Mount Tamborine Wine Tasting Tour

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Let Mount Tamborine Wine Tasting Tour take you exploring the Wine Trail and well-kept secrets of the spectacular vista that is Tamborine Mountain. Sample the very best of Queensland award winning wines. Not only will you be sipping reds and whites, your taste buds will be exploding with the delights of boutique crafted liquors, beers, cheeses and fudge.

All visits are pre-booked with the wineries to ensure the very best attention at each and every cellar door. They consider themselves the small tour specialists, making them the tour of choice for those wanting that personalised, pampered, experience. They also provide tours for groups up to 24 in number - birthdays, engagements, that special couple's weekend away, corporate events or rewards, or Hen's nights (ages 18 plus).

Seven days a week, they offer door to door service to most areas of the Gold Coast in air-conditioned luxury comfort. They cater to the local Gold Coast and Brisbane communities, interstate visitors and international tourists.

Their passion is wine and they live by the motto "Life is too short to drink bad wines."

Don't be disappointed, book in advance. They can't wait to see you on board soon.

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Mount Tamborine Wine Tasting Tour

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Mount Tamborine Wine Tasting Tours are the small group day tour specialists. You can select from full day tours or tailored options to suit the needs of your group.

Not to be left out, they also cater for the larger groups - Hen's parties, birthdays, corporate events, and family get togethers.

They cater for domestic, interstate and international guests. Call them to arrange your tour today.

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Kynuna

Kynuna, McKinlay Area
Kynuna was established in the 1860s and in its early days boasted three hotels. It was a staging post for Cobb and Co Coaches. Today Kynuna has just one hotel, the famous Blue Heeler Hotel. Kynuna is most famous for its links with Banjo Paterson and the 'Waltzing Matilda' poem. Folklore has it that Bob MacPherson (owner of Dagworth Station) told Banjo the story of the suicide of Samuel Hoffmeister beside the Combo Waterhole, 13 kilometres upstream of the Diamantina River, in September 1894. Hoffmeister had reportedly been one of the striking shearers involved in the burning down of the Dagworth Woolshed. This story, together with other stories which Paterson had heard, inspired him to write 'Waltzing Matilda', at Dagworth. Christina MacPherson, Paterson's then fiancee, adapted a popular Scottish tune 'Craiglea' to become the original music for 'Waltzing Matilda'. Combo Waterhole, situated a few kilometres south of Kynuna, is reportedly the site of the famous billabong in Australia's national folk song. A 2.5 kilometre round trip takes you on a walk along cobbled paths to this waterhole, situated on the Diamantina River. Here you can enjoy a bush picnic or walk through the dry channels of the Diamantina to the famous waterhole, crossing historic stone-pitched overshots built by Chinese labourers more than a century ago.
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