The Vino Bus

New Farm, Brisbane Area

Try something different for the day and jump on board The Vino Bus for a wine tasting experience you will not forget. Absorb the spectacular scenery whilst making your way through Tamborine Mountain's unique wine trail - home to over 10 wineries, a Distillery, Craft Brewery and Cheese Factory.

The Vino Bus runs Full Day and Half Day tours from either Brisbane or the Gold Coast that pick up from your front door or holiday accommodation. If you're staying on Tamborine Mountain, they will pick you up along the way!

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45 Merthyr Road
Unit 1
New Farm, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our tours

Full Day Tour

On a Full Day Tour you will visit four of the Scenic Rims best wineries and the famous Tamborine Mountain Distillery*. At each cellar door you will be able to taste between five to 10 wines - with all of your tasting fees included. This tour also includes a delicious two course lunch at one of the mountains top wineries.

*Sunday tours visit five wineries as the Distillery is closed.

Indicative rates

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$150 $150
Half Day Tour

The Half Day Tour includes a visit to three of Tamborine's best wineries with all of your tasting fees included. This tour also includes a delicious two course lunch at one of the mountains' top wineries.

Indicative rates

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$130 $130

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