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    On a day like today...

    'You couldn't imagine a more relaxing holiday.'

    -- Gold Coast Bulletin GO


Sometimes people need a break from it all – time to be surrounded by the forest; become immersed in beauty, indulge in fine food, relax and revive mind, body and soul.

At Songbirds Rainforest Retreat we take things slowly so guests have time to focus on the really important things – like getting ready for a massage; listening to the birds or choosing the wine to have with dinner.

Songbirds Rainforest Retreat has acres of rainforest walking tracks so guests can enjoy the abundant flora and fauna at their leisure. The Tamborine village shops, services, galleries and cafes are a five-minute drive or a half hour stroll from Songbirds. There are a number of boutique wineries and other attractions waiting to be discovered in the surrounding mountain villages.

Songbirds Rainforest Retreat at Mt Tamborine includes the multi-award winning Songbirds Restaurant; six luxurious two person villas, including an executive villa, sleeping four adults, and more than 50 acres of pristine rainforest.

Guests can soothe the senses and invigorate the body with an exquisite therapeutic massage, take an individual yoga class, relax and revive or explore a multitude of activities and experiences at Mount Tamborine including rainforest walks and wine tours.

***Try our Moet Sunday Special A great way to spend a relaxing Sunday!***

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