Tamborine Mountain Distillery

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The Tamborine Mountain Distillery is an internationally renowned distillery and one of the esteemed liquor brands of Australia. You will find many varieties of wine, liqueurs, schnapps and spirits sold here in a wonderfully hand-painted bottle; not only that, but also the distillery offers a tranquil environment for the guests with the adjacent gorgeous hinterland and showcases every nitty-gritty details of the distillation process for the guests to learn more.

This smallest operating Pot Still distillery of Australia is popular in various countries across Europe, America, and Canada and even in Asia.

Distillery at Mt Tamborine, Gold Coast

The Tamborine Mountain Distillery produces its own tropical wine making fruits because of its rich red volcanic soils, tropical weather with continuous rain and fresh spring water; then uses these fruits for fermenting for producing wine and other alcohols. This distillery still uses the traditional small pot wine maturating method to bring that authentic flavor and the essence in the wine and alcohol.

With the incredible range of fruits grown in the hinterland near Mt Tamborine, this distillery gets a wonderful resource for making some of the finest wine and alcohols. The distillery also receives a diverse range of fruit varieties from other growers in nearby areas including the Sunshine Coast, helping to produce the smooth and finest fruit brandy, gins and vodkas in Australia.

While keeping the authenticity in taste and flavor, this distillery also uses modern technologies to produce a variety of liqueurs and schnapps.

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87-91 Beacon Road, North Tamborine, QLD

Operating Hours:

Mon. – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(closed Sundays)

Phone: 07 5545 3452
Email: info@tamborinemountaindistillery.com

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