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Daily Telegraph Down Under

We were fortunate to have Olver Smith from the Daily Telegraph stay with us the other week. Folk in the U.K. dream of being able to get to Australia, enjoy our sunshine, lifestyle and clean fresh air. Oliver came here to soak up the atmosphere, ambience and charm that Mt Tamborine pro
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Scenic Rim Business Awards

The Escarpment Retreat & Day Spa was selected as a finalist for the Scenic Rim Marketing Award. Even though we didnt win, we were honoured to be chosen as a finalist.   The deserved winning business was selected because it not only has created a successful 
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Scenic Rim Recognises Our Achievement

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Community announcement by the local council advising that Tripadvisor has voted us in the top 10% of hotels world wide
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Cooking Schools For Visitors

The Scenic Rim is rich in it’s epicurean flavour (excuse the pun) providing various cooking schools sprinkled (excuse the pun) throughout our region. Here is a link on what  is on offer …..Learning To Cook
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Take A Ride On The Wild Side

Ever wanted to do something really out of character, something really different and exciting? To the best of my knowledge this is the only life we have….here is a chance to do something fun and quite unique    ”Wildfire”
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Feature Article Writer Appointed National Wildlife Chairperson

Ronda Green is a regular contributor  on the Escarpment Retreat’s Feature Article  page, posting many interesting nature and wildlife stories for our readers about the wonderful and diverse range of animals that we have on the mountain. One of Ronda’s gifts is that she exp
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Locals Give At Qld’s First Flood Relief Concert

  The first concert to help the Queensland flood victims, was held in our Scenic Rim backyard on Saturday 15th January at the Woodhill Community Hall near Jimboomba. As well as  raising money for those desperate families who lost everything, it was also an opportunity for the peo
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Scenic Rim Wildlife Meeting at Tamborine

It is fitting that the first meeting of the year for Scenic Rim Wildlife is at the foot of Tamborine Mountain, to discuss some exciting plans for 2011. The wildlife of Tamborine Mountain harbours world-famous species such as lyrebirds and bowerbirds as well as lesser-known creatures s
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