Thunderbird Park

Author Elisa Elwin with her daughters Tori, and Sam
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Thunderbird Park is an amazing wildlife and geologically rich oasis, stretching over 112ha on Tamborine Mountain. Translucent rock pools, inspiring landscapes, towering rainforests, star-studded skies all add to the magic of Thunderbird Park.

Thunderbird Park

Address Tamborine Mountain Road, Tamborine Mountain, QLD 427
Telephone +61 (0) 7 5545 1468
Fax +61 (0) 7 5545 2707

Activities include fossicking for your own treasures in the world's largest mine of thundereggs, Australia's first 'Adventure Parc' incorporating the largest ropes and adventure games course in the country, horse-riding trails through ancient rainforests and gum-studded grounds, laser skirmish, mini golf and, for in-house guests, swimming in natural rock pools and the resort's salt water pool plus enjoyable bush walks.

Rainforest' Restaurant  Gallery  Bar is open daily and serves modern Australian cuisine including the very popular 'Breakfast with the Birds' BBQ on Sundays from 8am. Award-winning Cedar Creek Lodges is also at Thunderbird Park, which has a wide variety of accommodation from luxury to family options.

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