Mount Tamborin
Australia, Tamborine

Mount Tamborine is located in southeastern Queensland, Australia, just 30 km from Gold Coast and 70 km from Brisbane. The mountain plateau with an area of 28 square kilometers is part of the Tamborin National Park and is famous for its breathtaking landscapes, rich wildlife and clean mountain air.
Mount Tamborin has been populated by aborigines for tens of thousands of years, its name in the language of the indigenous people means "Wild Lime." Several rare bird species live in the local rainforests, such as Alberta Lyrebird, Pale Yellow Robin, Greenbird, Hut Regent and Australian Logrouper. Among animals there are platypuses and short-billed echidna.
These places attract tourists with many natural and man-made attractions, a variety of wine tours, as well as the opportunity to visit home-made cheese dairies, bakeries and breweries. In addition, for travelers there are galleries, souvenir shops and restaurants. Local craft workshops and country markets are also available.

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