Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens

Eagle Heights

Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens is a hidden treasure atop Mount Tamborine, developed in 1983 by volunteers and maintained by members of the Tamborine Mountain Garden Club.

Tucked away behind the busy tourist strip, Gallery Walk, the gardens provide peace and tranquillity. Open daily during daylight hours all year round, entry is free.

Mt Tamborine Botanic Gardens, Eagle Heights

Set on 11 hectares, the gardens boast both native and exotic flora which can be viewed from walkways looping around the central lake. Cross the little stone bridge, wander through Wisteria Way and into the Japanese Garden.

Mt Tamborine Botanic Gardens, Eagle Heights

Then stroll through the camelia, magnolia and maple gardens, or take a walk along Sooty Owl's Creekside Trail especially created for kids. This delightful garden grotto includes a working water wheel, swinging bridge and Sooty Owl B&B.

Mt Tamborine Botanic Gardens, Eagle Heights

Nice to know - Plants propagated by the Potty Potters are available for sale every Wednesday and Thursday between 8.30 and 11.30am.

By Deb Lidster

Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens

Forsythia Dr

(off Long Rd)

Eagle Heights

Daily 7-5

Free

Map

Forsythia Dr Eagle Heights

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