Tamborine Mountain, QLD 4272

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Computer Repairs Tamborine Mountain, QLD 4272

Tamborine Mountain is a 28km2 plateau within the Scenic Rim local government area of South East Queensland, Australia. The name is of Aboriginal origin and has nothing to do with the musical instrument. It is considered part of the Gold Coast hinterland and has a strong tourist industry. Tamborine Mountain was inhabited by Aborigines for tens of thousands of years and, at the time of early European settlement, lay in the territory of the Wangerriburras. The origin of the name Tamborine comes from the Anglicised version of the Aboriginal word 'Jambreen' from the Yugambeh language. The spelling also appears on early records as Tchambreem and even Goombireen, which means 'wild lime' and refers to the finger lime trees growing on the mountain. Until it was opened for selection in 1878, Tamborine Mountain was covered with a diverse range of forest types. Though efforts were made to protect the natural value of the area, with Witches Falls National Park (now part of the Tamborine National Park) being declared in 1908. A tourist road to the mountain was opened in 1924. Tamborine Mountain has a number of heritage-listed sites, including Tamborine Mountain Road, a Presbyterian Church and the former Mountain Crest Guesthouse.


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