Tamborine National Park
In 1908 Queensland’s first National Park was proclaimed at Witches Falls on Mt Tamborine. In 1925 the Palm Grove section was added followed by the Joalah section in 1927.Today Tamborine National park combines 8 small parks and 2 Environmental parks with a combined area of around 1160 ha. The name Tamborine comes from the local Yugumbah language and means wild lime. This refers to the Finger lime trees that grow on the mountain and were eaten by the local clans to quench their thirst. Early records show a number of different spellings including Jambreen, Tchambreen and Goombireen.
These Walks can be booked via our Personal Tours Page
TAMBORINE NATIONAL PARK WALKS AND TOURS
Tamborine National Park has a number of short walks to offer between 1 and 2 hours long with none you would call difficult. We can choose walks to suit your interests and fitness taking in some of the following features; Palm Forests, Eucalypt forest, Cycads, Waterfalls and Basalt cliffs.
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