Mount Tamborine

Located 62 kilometres from Brisbane and sitting on the edge of the escarpment behind the city of the Gold Coast, Tamborine Mountain is both an actual geological phenomenon (the result of an outpouring of lava from Mount Warning) and also a collective term for a number of small villages stretching along the eight kilometre ridge of the mountain range.

The attractions of the district are the beautiful views which exist on both sides of the ranges, the number of rainforest areas with quiet streams and attractive waterfalls and the many craft and antique shops, galleries, wineries, tearooms and restaurants of the area's villages which attract an artistically/craft-oriented community and a tourism focus. The rich volcanic soils also support a diversity of horticulture. Commercial crops include avocado, kiwifruit, avocado and macadamia nuts.

Temperatures for Mount Tamborine

Mount Tamborine has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Mount Tamborine is approximately 28 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 25 °c.

Mount Tamborine has warm winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Mount Tamborine is approximately 22 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 12 °c.

January1928
February1928
March1727
April1424
May1223
June1120
July718
August919
September1121
October1424
November1626
December1828

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