Tamborine Rainforest Discovery Walk

Tamborine Rainforest Discovery Walk is a great place to visit if you want to experience the beautiful nature of Australia. This property is 30 acres surrounded with panoramic views and wide selection of Australia’s fauna and flora.

Rainforest Sky Walk

Sky Walk

Sky Walk by Jiggs

The nature adventure starts from the Rainforest Eco Gallery. From the gallery, visitors begin to trek the elevated 300 meter walkway in the middle of the magnificent rainforest. The bridge is designed with heavy duty steel to ensure the safety of guests wandering the rainforest. It is designed to cater even to guests on wheelchair. The walkway starts with elevated area and progressively descends throughout the journey. Some interesting spots along the trek includes rock pools, waterfalls, and butterfly observation.

The highlight of the Rainforest Walk is the area called Cantilever. It is situated 30 meters over a valley which offer breathtaking views of Australia’s rainforest and creek on a bird’s eye view. This is a 40 meter walk and ends once the guests reach The Centre. It takes approximately one hour to complete the trail.

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The Center

The Center is the pit stop for guests who completed the skywalk. This is a modern structure with café to offer guests with refreshments after a long walk. Guests can buy a token from souvenir shops and other merchandise shops inside The Centre.

Visit the Rainforest Eco Gallery which feature pictures of the different flora and fauna which guests have seen during the canopy walk. Photos and descriptions of rainforest wildlife are displayed. There is an aquarium with Australian fresh water fish variety.

Park Information

Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk is open every day, except for Christmas, from 9:30 am until 5:00 pm. However, the cut-off for canopy walk entry is until 4:00 pm only. The address is: 33 Geismann Drive, North Tamborine, Queensland.

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