We decided to go up to Mt Tamborine to go for a little hike, and to have lunch.
Lunch was at the Gallery Walk at a little Cafe called Le Chile. It sounded good but wasn’t as nice as I’d hoped for.
We checked out some of the shops along the Gallery Walk – they seem to be different every time we come up here! There’s some pretty flowers along the way that I had to photograph:
After that, we headed off to the nearby Sandy Creek Circuit, Knoll track. This is a 2.6km walk to a viewing platform for Cameron Waterfall. Unfortunately, the falls were only just visible and not even worth a photo. You could see Brisbane City in the distance though, which was worth a photo. There was also a view from right near the car park and nice picnic areas:
There were these interesting bright orange flowers in bloom, which I just had to photograph:
The trail is full of lush rainforest vegetation. The creek wasn’t running, but then it had been a bit dry recently:
This was the view at the platform. The zoomed in city you see there is actually Brisbane city:
After this we were on our way home but decided to have a look at the distillery which we’d seen signs for. It was a Tudor style building and very touristy. The drinks were not all that great. Very chemical flavours, I thought. It did look nice, though:
The road the distillery is on is one we hadn’t been on before, so we decided to check out where the road went. There was actually a lookout at the end of the road. I don’t know what it’s called because there was no sign, but it was at the end of Beacon Road and inside a National Park: