Australian Outback Opals

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area

Australian Outback Opals cut their opal on the premises at Tamborine Mountain. The staff are welcoming and very friendly and are always happy to share their knowledge. Their selection of opals and opal jewellery is impressive from small value items right up to the more expensive ones.

There is something for everyone who enjoys opals. They offer the largest diverse range of colour, pattern, variety and finest gem quality opals at True Market Value. Their selection of exquisite opal ranges from specimens to the investment gem opal that any discerning opal collector would wish to own.

Their stock includes all types of Australian Opal: the elusive Black and Crystal from Lightning Ridge; White and Crystal Opal from South Australia; the unique free form Boulder Opal from Queensland.

They can comfortably guarantee the quality of each opal from their decades of knowledge and experience. Opals are valued by colour, clarity, colour pattern, variety, shape and carat weight.

Colour is a matter of personal choice with red being the rarest and most valuable, followed by gold, purple, green and blue.

Opal is believed to bring Love, Luck and Happiness!

They even have a lovely coffee shop next door.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily9am - 4:30pm
25 dicembre 2017Closed

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
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Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

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