Things To Do
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Scenic Rim's Waterfalls and Rainforests
Top things to do in the Scenic Rim
Follow the changing landscape south and you’ll find yourself in the Scenic Rim, Brisbane’s World Heritage-listed backyard, home to lush rainforests, spectacular mountain ranges and ancient landforms. Food and wine, romantic escapes, camping, bushwalking, country pubs, art, history and adventures are all here, tied together by the landscape and the beautiful towns and villages. This natural wonderland can be experienced from the air, on the water or across the land with hot air ballooning, fishing, waterskiing and wine tasting waiting for you.
From rustic farming areas to charming mountaintop towns, the Scenic Rim community will welcome you in and ensure you feel right at home.
No matter which quaint town or grassy knoll you choose for resting your head in the Scenic Rim, you’re never too far from a nourishing food or wine experience.
A sprawling landscape lush with opportunities to embrace nature at its finest, the Scenic Rim is home to a number of places for you to call home.
An exhibition curated by the Queensland Museum in collaboration with Yugambeh Museum, and a survey of local stories collected from community and from Scenic Rim Museums. Features recent artworks by The Mununjali Art Group.
5 June - 15 July
Darlington Markets with country family fun including Bush Buddies and their crocs, snakes, cute and cuddly!
Eat Local Week's Signature Event, Winter Harvest Festival, is an authentic food festival that serves up the Scenic Rim on a platter.
Experience the food and wine of the Scenic Rim. Eat Local Week is an exciting, engaging and educational nine-day program of events that provides visitors and locals with an opportunity to enjoy the outstanding array of fresh, local products that the region offers.
27 June - 5 July
Support local farmers and head along to this fantastic weekly market.
Come enjoy the Boonah Country Markets that is full of variety!
Check out the Tamborine Mountain Country Markets for delicious produce, arts and crafts, quirky collectables and live entertainment.
The classes usually start at 10am with two hours of preparation, then lunch is served to you at a beautifully laid table overlooking the Scenic Rim.
Taste food and wine from the Scenic Rim at this festival of farm tours, cooking classes, producer dinners, pop-up cafes and other free or low-cost activities. This is a chance for the consumer to connect with the farmer and learn more about where it comes from and how it is produced.
The Tooloona Creek circuit combines the very best that Lamington National Park has to offer - scenic waterfalls, boulder-strewn creeks, tall rainforests, gnarled Antarctic beech trees.
Happy cows and goats give us award-winning cheeses!
A unique experience celebrating the local arts community.
Hidden away in the Gold Coast hinterland lies Australia's most awarded distillery and liquor brand in the new millennium, Tamborine Mountain Distillery.