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How Do I Get To Mount Tamborine With Flooding Everywhere?

Good question!

We are getting calls quite regularly on this issue. Below the northern section of Tamborine Mountain are many low lying areas which are prone to flooding. We highly recommend avoiding coming up via Oxenford

The fastest and best way to get to Tamborine Mountain is via Henri Robert Drive. This is a very steep incline and does not have any rivers crossing it, and the water will always run away very quickly. In weather conditions such as what we are experiencing, it will have it’s fair share of trees blown over, etc but it is by far the best way to get up here to escape the flooding below

The other benefit is that it will allow you to travel unimpeded along the M1 without any suburban traffic. There are 3 Nerang exits. Turn off at the 1st exit. Dont worry if you miss it as you can turn off at the 2nd exit. Just follow the signs that point to Hinterland/Tamborine Mountain etc. We are literally the first accommodation property on the mountain so when you get to the top of Henri Robert Drive, turn right at the T intersection and we are straight ahead on the roundabout

Here is a government website showing road closures.http://highload.131940.qld.gov.au/ Although not always current to the hour, it is still a useful tool

Below is a map that may help. The A is Henri Roberts Drive and the E is the Escarpment Retreat. Just click the picture and it will expand

Looking forward to having you up here safe and sound

How do i get to Mount Tamborine with the flooding