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What beauty, massage and wellness spas are there at Mt Tamborine?

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Relaxation and pampering does not have to come at a financial or distance cost! Have you seen how many beauty, massage and wellness spas and facilities there are at Mt Tamborine?

Mt Tamborine – Queensland’s home of luxurious retreats

Why fork out for a flight to an island when we’ve got access to world-class beauty and wellness facilities right here in our own beautiful backyard? Mt Tamborine is quickly becoming a hot destination for those wanting to momentarily drop out of the rat race to relax and rejuvenate.

Day Spas

Spend the morning, afternoon or a whole delicious day being spoilt and pampered at one of these beautiful spots.

1. Getaway Day Spa

Singles, couples and groups can book in to “experience a day of total relaxation” in this gorgeous private day spa. Hydrotherapy spas, mineral baths, steam rooms and an infrared sauna are only a few of the things you’ll experience at this deluxe venue. Beauty and massage therapists are on hand to make your every relaxation wish a reality. There are many packages available including birthdays, Mother’s Days, wedding celebrations and anniversaries so make sure to investigate for your next special occasion.

2. Ripple Massage and Beauty

Ripple Massage and Beauty mt tamborine

Ripple Day Spa at Mt Tamborine is a day spa that comes to YOU anywhere on the mountain or in the Gold Coast Hinterland! They pride themselves on providing “massage and beauty packages that won’t cost the earth”. There is a package for everyone – couples, ‘blokes’, pregnancy and even a chocolate massage! Stay at one of our Families recommended accommodation spots in Mt Tamborine and book Ripple to come straight to your room!

3. Tamborine Mountain Relaxation Centre

Located in famous Gallery Walk, Tamborine Mountain Relaxation Centre is the place where the locals go. Here you’ll find a community of teachers, healers, lightworkers and therapists offering their own personal programmes for people interested in holistic wellness. If you’d like real know-how served at great prices, then this is the place for you. They also offer life coaching and pain relief massage.

Wellness Getaways and Retreats

Are you looking for a relaxation package that’s more spread out? Something you can take your time with? Check out these venues for the perfect getaway to help you unwind from the stresses of daily life.

4. Escarpment Retreat and Day Spa

Couples chalets, Edge House family accommodation, a private Gold Class Cinema and a common room in a TREE HOUSE give this award-winning Day Spa the edge. Stay in a tranquil rainforest sanctuary while the very best organic products, remedial and relaxation massage and deep tissue techniques are delivered in a professional setting. There are even ‘pamper tours’ where you’ll combine a love of massage with a love of good wine and food as you are shuttled around Escarpment, Jasmin Organics farm, Cedar Creek Winery and Tea & Niceties!

Note: During Covid there will be no servicing of the Villas

5. Mountain Edge Studios – PERMANENTLY CLOSED

At Mountain Edge Studios you and your loved one can stay for a weekend in one of several gorgeous private apartments. You’ll receive breakfast hampers, chocolates, flowers and two hour long full body massages in the privacy of your own room. You also have the option of aromatherapy or deep tissue massage – topped off with wine and cheese!

6. The Castle on Tamborine

The Castle on Tamborine

Considered “the jewel in the crown when it comes to Tamborine Mountain accommodation”, The Castle on Tamborine offers luxury stays with private access to the on-site day spa. There are many packages to choose from. You’ll have access to the latest treatments, a steam room, a sauna and a hydro-spa that’s custom built for couples. After your treatment, you can wander back to your own private wing of the Castle and take a bath, reflect on life on your observation deck or sleep in your four-poster bed.

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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