Mount Tamborine is a really idyllic place to spend some chill time. Besides the gorgeous views we had from our cottage, we frequently had "visitors". These birds are certainly not shy. I suspect they thought we had food for them.
We also visited their shopping street, Gallery Walk, full of quaint shops. The wife insisted on checking out the German Cuckoo Clock Nest store, filled with German-made cuckoo clocks. The elaborate ones were A$1000-A$2000, a little out of our reach. Haha!
There were also wineries galore here, like the Mount Tamborine Winery & Homestead. You cannot miss the giant bottle sculpture of theirs.
No visit to Mount Tamborine is complete without a walk through their national parks. We tried the Curtis Falls walk, that took us to a mini-waterfall.
We also tried the Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk, very similar to Singapore's Treetop Walk, except ours is free and this one was a whopping A$18.50 per person. A bit the expensive, methinks. The 40-minute walk was pleasant enough though. Just don't jump on the cantilever bridge.