Tamborine Mountain Distillery
Tamborine Mountain Distillery

Tamborine Mountain Distillery

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10 Macdonnell Road, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, 4272

The basics

Located in the Tamborine Mountains inland from Brisbane and the Gold Coast, you can visit Tamborine Mountain Distillery independently or on a food-and-drink focused tour of the Tamborine Mountain area. As well as distillery tours and tastings in the tasting room, there’s an on-site Rainforest Bar, which serves cocktails. Some of the more unusual and uniquely Australian items produced here include Australian Herbal Liqueur, Eucalyptus Gum Leaf Vodka, and Wattle Toffee Liqueur.

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Things to know before you go

  • The legal drinking age in Australia is 18, so you must be at least 18 to buy alcoholic drinks at the distillery.

  • Groups of six or more are encouraged to book tastings and tours to avoid disappointment. Large groups (of 20 or more) can’t be accommodated on the weekends.

  • The distillery is wheelchair-accessible.

  • Tamborine Mountain Distillery’s products are available throughout Queensland and New South Wales, at select outlets in other Australian states, and through a couple of distributors in Singapore and China.

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How to get there

Tamborine Mountain Distillery is about an hour’s drive south of Brisbane, and an hour’s drive north-west of the Gold Coast. It’s in the Eagle Heights area of the town named Tamborine Mountain. Unless you’re on a tour, you’ll need your own wheels to get there, but it’s conveniently located beside Macdonnell Road, one of the main roads through the town.

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When to get there

The distillery is open seven days a week, from late morning until early evening. The Rainforest Bar is open during the day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If you’re traveling in a large group (20 or more people), visit mid-week and book in advance.

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Visit Bundaberg for rum–and ginger beer

Travelers on the lookout for more drinks-related activities in Queensland should stop at Bundaberg, a coastal city about 4.5 hours’ drive north of Brisbane. It’s famous for its Bundaberg Rum, and you can tour the distillery. If you’re looking for a refreshing non-alcoholic version, a range of soft drinks are also produced here, including a popular ginger beer.

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