- 1 How do I get to Mt Tamborine public transport?
- 2 How do I get to Tamborine Mountain?
- 3 Can you take dogs to Mt Tamborine?
- 4 Can you catch a train from Gold Coast to Brisbane?
- 5 Can you swim at Tamborine Mountain?
- 6 Why is it called Mt Tamborine?
- 7 What is Mount Tamborine known for?
- 8 Are dogs allowed at Southbank?
- 9 Can dogs go to Cedar Creek Falls?
- 10 What time does Mt Tamborine close?
- 11 How much does an uber cost from Brisbane Airport to Gold Coast?
- 12 Is there a direct train from Brisbane to Gold Coast?
- 13 How much is train from Brisbane to Gold Coast?
How do I get to Mt Tamborine public transport?
Tamborine Mountain is located 35 kilometres west of the Gold Coast, but residents who rely on public transport and want to visit the city must catch a subsidised taxi 41km north to Beenleigh and then board a train for a 40km trip south.
How do I get to Tamborine Mountain?
Travelling north from the Gold Coast, Tamborine Mountain is 36km from Southport via the Pacific Highway (exit 57) and follow Oxenford–Tamborine Road or just 28km from Nerang (exit 71) via the Nerang–Beaudesert Road, turning off and following Henri Robert Drive. From Canungra, take the Tamborine Mountain Road for 8km.
Can you take dogs to Mt Tamborine?
Majestic scenery & dog friendly walks Take your dog for a walk on one of the tracks covering hundreds of kilometres. Visit beautiful country towns such as Boonah, Canungra or Tamborine Mountain.
Can you catch a train from Gold Coast to Brisbane?
No, there is no direct train from Gold Coast station to Brisbane station. However, there are services departing from Cypress Avenue station and arriving at Central station, platform 3 via Helensvale station, platform 2. The distance between Gold Coast and Brisbane is 71 km.
Can you swim at Tamborine Mountain?
Curtis Falls – Tamborine Mountain It’s a short and easy walk that is well worth a visit, especially after a big rainfall. You can’t swim here, but spend some time admiring the lush green palm trees hanging out over the falls and practice your photography skills with this handy post.
Why is it called Mt Tamborine?
The origin of the name Tamborine comes from the Anglicised version of the Aboriginal word Jambreen from the Yugambeh language. The spelling also appears on early records as Tchambreem and even Goombireen, which means ‘wild lime’ and refers to the finger lime trees growing on the mountain.
What is Mount Tamborine known for?
It may only be an hour’s drive, but Tamborine Mountain feels like you’re a world away. The beautiful and picturesque area in the Scenic Rim has a rich history, is home to some of the most fertile land in Queensland, with stunning national parks and rainforests, and has its fair share of food and wine experiences.
Are dogs allowed at Southbank?
Dogs lovers are welcome to bring their furry friends to South Bank for some fresh air and sunshine – we recommend taking a leisurely walk along the river’s edge or spending an afternoon relaxing under a shady tree. – You must clean up all dog waste.
Can dogs go to Cedar Creek Falls?
Cedar creek falls is actually dog friendly on leash only. The rest of the national park and walking tracks are not.
What time does Mt Tamborine close?
Between 1 April and 30 September— 6am to 6pm.
How much does an uber cost from Brisbane Airport to Gold Coast?
Uber can get you from: Brisbane Airport to Brisbane CBD, starting at $32. Brisbane Airport to South Bank, starting at $34. Brisbane Airport to Gold Coast, starting at $102.
Is there a direct train from Brisbane to Gold Coast?
No, there is no direct train from Brisbane station to Gold Coast station. However, there are services departing from South Brisbane station, platform 1 and arriving at Cypress Avenue station via Helensvale station, platform 4. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 34m.
How much is train from Brisbane to Gold Coast?
Fare and total travel time estimates: The trip time for the train from Brisbane city to Surfers Paradise/Broadbeach/Main Beach/Southport is approx 1 HR and 49 MIN. Est. cost $15.20 (cheaper with a go card)