The Tamarind

Address: Obi Lane South, Maleny, Queensland, 4552, Australia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Obi Lane South, Maleny, is near Kondalilla Falls and Tree Frog Gallery.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Tamarind Maleny

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Maleny

Quick visit to Brisbane

A travel blog entry by karen.yardley.3 on Nov 08, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

Headed back to the airport to pick up a hire car, which we had just booked online. Nissan Qashqai, several of you will know this is what I wanted to buy.
We had been recommended at our hotel that if there is only one thing you do in Brisbane, then do the City cruise. Its the ferry but goes round Brisbane. I too would recommend anyone to do it. The catamaran sailed from Brett Wharf, under the Story bridge, down to the business area of Riverside onto Southbank, which ...

Sighing over fire

A travel blog entry by harrismab on Jun 15, 2014

... to take the chance, like the locals but no, can't be done. The recommendation was Kona side of the island (surf and sand again). The Volcano village area was booked out and so I settled on Hilo, where we fly in. This was hit by tsunami's twice (last one in 1960s) and as a consequence most of the waterfront area was turned into parkland. So excitement of lava just down the road at Puna and tsunamis on the waterfront, wow! I said things could ...

A lush day in The Hinterland

A travel blog entry by hansku on Apr 07, 2014

8 photos


Our TAFE field trip day started with the drive up the Blackall Range to Mary Cairnscross Scenic Reserve. My old faithful Larry the Laser is not like a lightning anymore, but we did manage the long ascent slowly yet gracefully.

Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve
Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve comprises of 55 hectares of rainforest; a remnant of a rainforest that used to cover all of the Blackall Range. While rest of the rainforest was lost to logging, The ...

A Day in Maleny

A travel blog entry by localtravels on Apr 01, 2014

14 photos

... the Red Legged Pademelon, Red Bellied Black Snake and many birds. 14 canopy trees had fallen over during the cyclone Oswald and left a gaping hole in the canopy above, that is when the fungi do their job, fungi covers the dying or dead trees to help them eventually decompose and turn into soil. The Rose Gum trees were something that I definitely remembered, they are white on the outside and red on the inside, a tree that is usually 300 to 500 years old and worth a lot of money. ...

The Beginning of a Tough 4 Weeks

A travel blog entry by georgechat on Mar 13, 2014

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... tell her that Clare was really ill and was throwing up in the toilet (we made sure to mention before that Clare did not drink the night before so they thought it was not self inflicted!) Sue suggested I drive her home and then come back to work! But it was a half an hour drive so instead we spent an hour at McDonalds eating our large breakfasts.. And headed back to the farm, leaving Clare in the car "resting" as she was too ill to work. Lindsey, Tabs and I still had to ...