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Tamborine National Park
Map of Tamborine National Park
Tamborine Mountain Road
Queensland 4270 Australia

Tamborine National Park
Tamborine, Logan City Area

Free Entry



Towering 560 metres high, this park is a green oasis, offering glimpses of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline to the east and national parks of the Scenic Rim to the west. The park includes Witches Falls (which in 1908 became Queensland's first national park) and Cedar Grove, The Knoll and Palm Grove sections. The mountain features basalt columns, cliffs, rocky outcrops, numerous waterfalls and lush rainforest. It is also home to the rare Albert's lyrebird and shining burrawang.

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Explore some of the park's nine walking tracks that lead to scenic views, beautiful waterfalls, forests of large red cedars and groves of tall piccabeen palms. At Curtis Falls, sit quietly in the early morning or late afternoon for a chance to spot a platypus. Enjoy a picnic at The Knoll or Witches Falls. Catch a glimpse of the near threatened Albert's lyrebird or hear it mimicking calls of other birds, particularly during the winter months.

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Property Details


  • BBQ Facilities
    BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
    Car park
  • Picnic Area
    Picnic Area
  • Public toilet
    Public toilet
  • Shaded Area
    Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
    Sheltered Area
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
    Disabled toilet
  • Viewing Platform
    Viewing Platform
  • Walking Tracks
    Walking Tracks


  • Animal Watching
    Animal Watching
  • Birdwatching
  • Walking

Open Times

Cedar Creek section is closed at night.
Public Holidays: Between 1 October and 31 March Cedar Creek section is open from 0600 to 2000. Between 1 April and 30 September it is open from 0600 to 1800.

Other Information

Children are welcome.

There is access for guests with a disability. The Cedar Creek walking track as far as the lookout is suitable for assisted wheelchair access. The toilets and picnic areas at Cedar Creek, The Knoll and Witches Falls are wheelchair-accessible.

How To Get There

Tamborine National Park is about 80 kilometres south of Brisbane and about 36 kilometres north-west of the Gold Coast. From the Pacific Highway, turn off at Beenleigh or take the Oxenford-Tamborine Road or the Nerang-Tamborine Road. There are four sealed roads that lead to the plateau. The steep, narrow roads from Nerang and Canungra are unsuitable for buses, trailers, caravans and trucks.

Free Entry

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