Cedar Creek Lodges at Thunderbird ParkThe Family Destination
Adventure joins nature at Cedar Creek Lodges at Thunderbird Park on Tamborine Mountain. This 112-hectares rainforest property is ideal for day trips and longer holidays. Enjoy an affordable mountain adventure, a romantic escape, or a family holiday. Discover ancient rainforest, a range of accommodation styles and a raft of activities.
Things to do at Thunderbird Park
Thunderbird Park has the world’s largest deposit of gemstone-filled thundereggs. Find treasure and meet Rockodile, the local rock expert. Take the challenge of the Treetop Challenge, Australia’s longest and highest adventure ropes course. Climb cable ladders, balance on rope bridges, catch a flying fox, crawl through tunnels, manoeuvre on suspended trunks or jump from great heights. You can also go on an awesome canopy zipline tour on the Canyon Flyer!
Go horse trail riding, bush walking or play laser skirmish. Guests can explore the natural bushland along the walking tracks, swim in the resort pool or natural rock pools, play mini golf, volleyball or tennis. Yoga, tai chi and body treatments can be arranged.
Have a barbecue breakfast with the birds; enjoy lunch on the new Thunderbird Terrace or dine in style in the recently renovated Rainforest Restaurant and Lounge Bar. The restaurant features a state of the art Nightlife virtual DJ with great video clips on a huge wall mounted screen, a delightful ambience, stylish furnishings and gourmet food.
Book a value packed package and explore one of this country’s most delightful regions. Accommodation styles range from shaded camping sites to contemporary rooms, family holiday homes and luxurious lodges. School holidays need never be boring. Thunderbird Park offers half day and full day activity programs plus three day group holiday camps for children aged seven to 14 years.
The Rainforest Bistro will serve lunch and snacks from 10am until 4pm.
Corner Cedar Creek Falls Rd
Tamborine Mountain, 4272
Phone: 07 5545 1468
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