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Mt Tamborine Convention Centre

LOCATION

237 Beacon Road
MOUNT TAMBORINE QLD 4272

78km south of Brisbane by road in the Gold Coast hinterland

AT A GLANCE

Max accommodation:136
Min accommodation:10
Catering:Yes
Self Catering:Yes
Conference Capacity Max:800
Conference Capacity Min:0

Disabled Access

Wheelchair accessible toilet and shower

BOOKING ENQUIRIES

Booking & Enquiries Office
PO Box 38
Mt Tamborine QLD 4272

PH: 1300 732 879

FAX:


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ACCOMMODATION / CATERING

ACCOMMODATION:
Dormitory style rooms, some with wash basins, with group amenities. Full-featured commercial kitchen.

ADDITIONAL:
The Panorama Homestead is dormitory style accommodation with an 80+pax bed facility, situated on the scenic grounds of the iconic Mt Tamborine Convention Centre located in the heart of the Gold Coast Hinterland, with 35 acres of lush green outdoor spaces.

Where more than 80-90 people are required to be accommodated, we have spillover accommodation in similar additional Homesteads located on our grounds.

You will need to bring your own pillows, linen/blankets or sleeping bag (full linen/pillow/towels hire is available). There is a sand volleyball court, places for bonfires (subject to on-the-day fire safety ruling) and a significant amount of beautiful parkland for activities.

The Homestead has a dining/lounge/function area with combustion heater that can cater for up to 80 people seated for dining, or a lounge/dining arrangement if less dining space is required, which includes a TV/DVD.

Adjacent to the Homestead is a large indoor auditorium (seating 600+) with wi-fi hotspot access, and a hall which seats up to 80 people. Both facilities can be hired separately to cater for individual needs you may have. Also on the same site are two beautiful Swiss Chalets which each sleep 6 which can be booked for speakers etc., and a campground with powered and unpowered sites for conventions and church related groups.

Check in time is usually between 2.00pm and 6.00pm. The Homestead must be cleaned and vacated usually by 10.30am, though special arrangements can be accommodated. You are responsible to clean the homestead after use including the amenities and the kitchen.

PROVIDED:
Beds and mattresses

CATERING:
Catered meals or kitchen hire

FACILITIES

ONSITE INDOORS:
Auditorium seating for 600+ people and a smaller hall seating approx 80+ people.

ONSITE OUTDOORS:
Large open grass areas with place for outdoor activities. Multiple amenities blocks, bonfire areas, and sand volleyball court.

Spacious camping ground with powered and unpowered sites, ablution block and camp kitchen, picnic and barbecue facilities.
Stargazing in the spectacularly clear night sky.

PROGRAMMING:
Organised upon request

OFFSITE FACILITIES:
Bushwalking in the National Parks - rainforest and waterfalls
Community markets, golf club, swimming pool, Historical Museum, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, vineyards and Gold Coast theme parks.

ADDITIONAL FACILITIES:

SITE DETAILS

SITE ENVIRONMENT:
Located on a 14 hectare bushland site at the northern tip of the Tamborine plateau, famous for cool clean mountain air, rainforest, red-soil farmland and panoramic views toward Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. A quiet beautifully maintained cliff-top site only 30 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 60 minutes from Brisbane.

SITE PHONE: (07) 5545 1419

SITE FAX:

PUBLIC PHONE: Emergency phone available

MINIMUM NUMBER: weekdays: 10 persons; weekends: 30 for a minimum stay of 2 nights

AVAILABILITY:
Approved groups subject to condions of hire

FIRST AID:
Basic kit on site and trained staff - Medical Centre & Ambulance Station close by

DRIVING DIRECTIONS:
From Brisbane: take the Yatala exit off the highway, via Tamborine - also the best route for large motorhomes, caravans etc.
From Gold Coast: Oxenford exit, or from south take the Helensvale north exit - not good for large vehicles/caravans.
From the South: Nerang exit, take Nerang-Beaudesert road, turn right to Mt Tamborine - worst for large vehicles and caravans!