Q & A with Molly, Syrah & Cooper admin
(Resident St Bernards)
Local favourites, sharing their insider tips on places and things to do on and around Tamborine Mountain – Your gold coast hinterland!
1. Where do you take visitors?
There is so much that Tamborine Mountain has to offer but you can’t go pass Gallery walk. With so many shops and cafés it’s hard to choose a favourite.
2. Favourite time of year?
We absolutely love it in the spring here at the Hotel. The garden comes to life with its display of florals and the sound of the animals that reside there. It is also our human’s favourite time of the year.
3. Best fun in the region without spending a cent?
You can’t come to the mountain and not check out the many National Park bushwalks. Our favourite track would have to be the walk to Curtis Falls.
4. Your personal beverage recommendation on the Mountain?
You are spoilt for choice but my humans love coffee, you should definitely visit the Tamborine Mountain Coffee Plantation.
5. Top local food experiences?
Firstly, we would suggest, at St Bernards Hotel. But you can’t go past a great feed with an awesome vibe at the Three Little Pigs on Main Street.
6. Your favourite spot for a treat?
When you come up with the kids you can’t go past Granny Mac’s Confectionary Store on Gallery walk, without popping in for fudge.
7. Best venue for a wedding?
St Bernards Hotel of course! Rebecca our Award-winning co-ordinator has helped many couples guide their way through their wedding planning journey and created such a magical day!
8. You can’t leave the Tamborine Mountain without doing what…?
You can’t go home without visiting all the local knickknack stores where you are sure to find something.
9. Brief history of the business
St Bernards Hotel was built in the late 1800’s and still holds its old-world charm today especially with us the local residents, Molly, Syrah & Cooper, can be found at the front of the Hotel where you can also enjoy a cold beer & a great feed out on the back deck that overlooks the Guanaba Gorge and Gold Coast Hinterland.