1 of 4 lots available in Rural Residential Estate
Phone enquiries - please quote property ID 13404 Tamborine Mountain Estate is situated in the south western part of Tamborine Mountain. It is located just 5k from Mt Tamborine Golf Course and all Mt Tamborine amenities. It is also just a short 3k to the township of Canungra. It is approximately 15 minute drive to the township of Nerang where you can find the Nerang Rail link to Brisbane or the M1 Motorway. Canungra which is located just 3-5 ks from Tamborine Mountain Estate is the gateway to Lamington National Park, also situated in the Gold Coast Hinterland in the Scenic Rim Regional Council. The stunning area is famous for O’Reilly’s and Binna Burra Resorts and the picturesque valleys of the Coomera River and Canungra Creek. Canungra’s relaxing country atmosphere and good old fashioned hospitality is a step back in time and adds to its charm. The wooded hills and mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for a picnic, hang-gliding, bushwalking and bird watching. The area has also become popular for its wineries and equestrian facilities. All lots at Tamborine Mountain Estate are large rural residential lots ranging from 2.1 – 16.7 hectares. Tamborine Mountain Estate is strategically located and in close proximity to all local amenities. The local authority is Scenic Rim Regional Council. Tamborine Mountain is part of Australia's famous Gold Coast, yet separate from it. The Gold Coast spreads out northwards along the coastal plain from the Queensland/NSW border for a distance of some 40 kilometres. Behind the coastal plain a series of hills and plateaus rise steeply to provide a green scenic rim framing the surf and sand to the east. Mount Tamborine is the most northerly plateau, positioned directly west from Surfers Paradise. The beaches, shopping and night life of the Gold Coast are a comfortable 40 minutes drive from the Mountain. Brisbane, the Capital city of Queensland, is about a 1 hour drive away. The nearest International airport is Brisbane, however National travellers tend to land at Coolangatta airport, about 45 minutes drive from the Mountain. Four bitumen roads wind their way up the Mountain. Tamborine Mountain Road is a typical sealed suburban street. The plateau is an irregular shape, about 8 kilometres long and about 5 kilometres across at its widest part. The highest point on Tamborine Mountain is about 600 metres above sea level. Tamborine Mountain plateau looks down on the surrounding lowlands, across the Nerang and Coomera River valleys to the Gold Coast and Pacific Ocean to the east and over the beautiful Albert River valley and right out to the Great Dividing Range to the west. The Gold Coast view is picturesque by day, but by night it becomes a shimmering fairyland of light. The soil on top of the plateau is deep, rich Red Murrum. It is an incredibly fertile soil full of natural humus - ideal for gardening enthusiasts. The Mountain is home to the first National Park declared in Queensland and now has a number of separate parks on the plateau and the shelves surrounding it. Six of these sections have walking paths in them of varying lengths and degree of difficulty. The M1 is a 20 minute drive from Tamborine Mountain with the Brisbane CBD being a 50 minute drive north. The Gold Coast and all its attractions is only 25 minutes drive east. The Nerang Railway Station is located in Boulton Road, Nerang and is a short 15 minute drive from Tamborine Mountain Estate. There are several local schools and kindergartens within 6k’s radius of the site including and not limited to St Bernard Primary, North Tamborine State School, Tamborine Mountain College, Tamborine Mountain State High School, Canungra Primary and Preschool. There are many more options for schools located in surrounding suburbs with buses available for transportation. The area has two suburban shopping centres providing daily needs. There is an IGA Supermarket at North Tamborine as well as the well stocked Cut Price Supermarket at Eagle Heights. A big Mitre 10 hardware store provides a large range of hardware. There’s a choice of butchers, two pharmacies, two specialist fruit shops, health food shop, and a choice of takeaways for when cooking becomes just too much trouble. Of course there's a great choice of places to dine out when you want to escape from home. Metropolitan style shopping is available about 20 minutes drive away at either Nerang or Helensvale. Gift shopping and spending money is a real delight on Tamborine Mountain. Many outstanding artisans sell their wares through local galleries. Local Markets are held each week. Canungra also has a local supermarket. Tamborine Mountain is certainly not a typical suburban community. The local population currently numbers over 6,000 people. The peace and beauty of the area has attracted many talented artisans and crafts. Keen gardeners consider it a perfect retirement spot where they can indulge their green thumbs to their heart's content and develop gardens straight out of Eden. Young families choose to live here because they consider it an ideal place to rear children away from the temptations of suburban life. Many professional and academic people also call Tamborine Mountain their home. They consider the daily trip to work is more than compensated for by the delights of coming home to the relaxed lifestyle and fresh clean air this Mountain plateau offers. More and more people are also telecommuting. Our relative newcomers mingle with the original farming community and enjoy buying direct from the local producers at the many roadside stalls. Farming is still a way of life. Where once this fertile area produced commercial citrus fruits, vegetables and milk, it now produces mainly avocados, kiwifruit and rhubarb. It is also an excellent producer of cut flowers, many exported directly to overseas markets. Bush walking and bird watching are probably our most popular leisure activities with gardening not far behind. However there are numerous sporting and recreational groups on the Mountain. We also have an excellent modern Council library for readers and researchers at North Tamborine. The younger and more active are catered for with football, cricket and soccer clubs as well as a swimming club. Golf is a particularly popular sport and Tamborine Mountain Golf Course is an incredibly beautiful and scenic course. Tennis and lawn bowls attract a wide range of age groups also.
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