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Find a Winery - Australia
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Gold Coast Hinterland Wineries - South of Brisbane, Queensland
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climate The Gold Coast Hinterland is the green behind the Gold Coast with sub-tropical rainforest, waterfalls, magical flora and fauna and magnificent views to be enjoyed from the many national parks. Including the beautiful rainforest of Mt Tamborine and the roling green countryside of Canungra and Albert River, this is one of the best boutique wine regions in Queensland with many delightful cellar doors and restaurants. The Hinterland showcases an amazing array of about 30 nature reserves and national parks, incuding World Heritage-listed national parks, and some of Queensland`s largest subtropical rainforest parks, and the world's largest volcanic caldera (the core of which is Mt Warning).There are more than 300 kms of walking trails in the area. The Gold Coast Hinterland Wine District is a very fast growing region and it encompassing the cooler climate areas surrounding Mt Tamborine and Springbrook, and extends to the coooler climates of the Canungra Valley and Albert River. The region is suitable for wide range of grape varieties to be grown. These range from plantings of Verdelho, Chambourcin and Semillon, through to Cabernet Franc, Shiraz, Merlot and Chardonnay. Tourists and locals can enjoy the hospitality of wine tasting around the many Gold Coast wineries in the Gold Coast hinterland region. The new and popular wine trail in the Gold Coast Hinterland is ever increasing and collecting medals and awards on the way. The cellar doors and wineries operate from historic homesteads and incorporate tasting and restaurant facilities. All the wineries offer a relaxed setting for their wine tastings and vineyard tours. Tamborine Mountain is a plateau 8 kilometers long and 4 kilometers wide. It's origin dates back 22 million years when the nearby Mount Warning volcano flooded the surrounding area with lava. The Mount Tamborine plateau consists of some 2,800 hectares of very fertile red soil and the highest locations are at around 560 meters above sea level. It's the unique combination of volcanic soil, position, height above sea level and climate which provide for the growth of a lush subtropical rainforest and superb wines.
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