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Escarpment Retreat and Day Spa

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$265 to AU$650

The Escarpment Retreat and Day Spa is an international award-winning mountain rainforest sanctuary perched on top of Mt Tamborine. Set on four acres of botanical gardens, complete with flowing stream, small waterfall and cliff views as far as the coast.

Their villas feature cedar floors, wood fireplace, private balcony, king size four poster bed, decadent deep spa bath. Be welcomed by glasses of bubbly and chocolates. Awake refreshed and enjoy a complimentary homemade fully cooked breakfast in their dining room overlooking the rainforest.

The Edge House perched on a cliff has stunning views and accommodates up to six people in three bedrooms. Designed for self-catering, it has a fully equipped kitchen, two viewing platforms, log fireplaces, a triple spa bath and two bathrooms.

They offer delicious two course dinners for two delivered direct to your front door in clay tagines.

Put your feet up in their private Gold Class Cinema or experience a rejuvenating massage in their award-winning Day Spa. They offer massage packages, facials, couples massages and the highest quality organic products. Bookings in advance are essential.

The Escarpment Retreat is owned by Oozz Holiday, providers of luxury accommodation on Mt Tamborine and Sanctuary Cove.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Day Spa
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
123 Alpine Terrace
Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

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14 October 2016
Tamborine Mountain Scarecrow Festival -- Prizes, live music, weekend family fun, arts, crafts and more; the Tamborine Mountain Scarecrow Festival is held the third week of October every year and celebrates the great lifestyle of the Mountain and is enjoyed by both residents and visitors alike. Everyone and anyone is encouraged to make a scarecrow and display it on the 'Spot the Scarecrow Discovery Trail' or in front of their homes or businesses. The Scarecrows on the Discovery Trail can compete in several categories, for great prize money and local fame. Young, old, clever and artistically-challenged all participate and the result is hundreds of scarecrows that have to be seen to be believed. There's colouring, poetry, entertainment and performance art, so there really is something for everyone. Exploring the Scarecrow Trail and spotting the scarecrows is best done at a leisurely pace!

Forest Weekend

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12 November 2016
Join their visiting experts for an insight into the complex world of the Rainforest. Learn about Lamington's part in the 'Gondwana Rainforests of Australia' World Heritage site and the fascinating features that warrant its inclusion. In the past Forest Weekend guests have joined the likes of Bill McDonald (Queensland Herbarium) to discover the different make-up of trees and leaves within the forest. This years guest speakers combined with legendary O'Reilly's such as Big Pete O'Reilly are sure to provide a insight into the unique flora of the Lamington National Park region. Often combined with the following weeks 'Bird Week' this weekend is suited to all those interested in the flora of the region from novice botanists, students or those that just enjoy being involved and learning about the natural environment.

Springtime on the Mountain

Multiple Locations
23 September 2016
A festival of gardens and gardening on Tamborine Mountain. Home owners open their private gardens over a three-day weekend in late September each year and welcome visitors from across Queensland and interstate. Families, individuals and bus groups are welcome. The festival offers a wide variety of experiences, from large gardens, sweeping views and towering trees to neat cottage gardens with their abundance of colour and plant variety. They also provide an activities hub where visitors can enjoy home-cooked meals, tea and coffee and listen to entertainers and guest speakers talk about gardening. They provide opportunities for visitors to purchase plants and seedlings. The event is organised by the Tamborine Mountain Garden Club to raise funds for the Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens.
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7 October 2016
The fair will showcase the hand made craft of 50 local and South East Queensland craft persons all of which will be available for purchase at reasonable prices. The Fair will have a Christmas Theme with lots of Christmas items on display such as Christmas decorations, Santas, St Nicholas, table runners, serviettes, place mats, snow men , Christmas cards, tea towels. Along with the Christmas items they will have a large selection of other craft such as rag dolls, country woodwork, wooden signs, hand bags, jewellery, pottery, shabby chic, stained glass ornaments, hand painted china, stitcheries and quilts. The venue has disabled facilities, ample free parking, eftpos and credit card facilities and the Crafty Café will be open for morning, afternoon teas, scones, sandwiches, coffee, tea and water. The Show raises funds for the Tamborine Mountain Rural Fire Brigade and other charities.

Scenic Rim Eat Local Week

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25 June 2016
Eat Local Week is a showcase of the people and produce of the Scenic Rim. Experience the food and wine of this fertile region, which produces a bounty of fruit and vegetables, wines, milk and gourmet products such as olives, cheeses, jams and relishes. Eat Local Week asks visitors and Scenic Rim locals to consider their food and wine choices and recognise the vast array of products available on their doorstep. This festival of food and farming runs during the first week of the Queensland June-July school holidays at various locations around the Scenic Rim region, which is just one hour's drive from Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
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