Leave the hassles of city life behind you and escape to Songbirds Rainforest Retreat in Mt Tamborine.
Located on 50 acres of rainforest the Retreat features 6 two-person villas and the award winning Songbirds in the Rainforest Restaurant.
Guests can take advantage of the therapeutic massage as well as yoga classes.
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Songbirds is a large, tranquil space with low walls opening out to the rainforest and gardens that surround the dining area. The overall effect is a sense of being in a ecofriendly building promoting a feeling of peace and an appreciation of the natural beauty. Chef de cuisine Trent Dawson prepares a menu loaded with local produce including entrees such as spiced organic beetroot terrine or pan roasted sea scallops. The assiette of lamb for main is a standout dish and the buttered popcorn soufflé for dessert adds to the sense of being in paradise. Lush accommodation onsite at Songbirds Rainforest Retreat provides the perfect excuse to relax, unwind and stay ...read more
Listen the to the whip birds while experiencing the joys of the Rainforest in Luxury while sleeping in a king size 4 poster bed or soaking in a massive spa bath. Where? Songbirds, Mt Tamborine is your answer !!
Enjoying a rainy day at Songbirds is easy. Relax in the comfortable lounge or bed and watch the raindrops through the trees outside your door while sleeping in or veging out on the comfortable lounge. Watch the sun appear through the trees before another outpour.
This was my unexpected additional joy while at Sunbirds.
The Villas and your own balcony are all fitted for your comfort an luxury.
Dining is a magical experience. Imagine dining in a hatted restaurant with the feeling of being in the rainforest while listening to the birds at lunch and the crocking of frogs of an evening. All this and more for your pleasure at Songbirds.
Thank you Bonnie and Staff for making my short stay so enjoyable.
great location. pleasant service. food well presented , and very tasty, but miniscule serves. prices at upper end , and wine prices exorbitant.
have been there often and accept their prices for the ambience.
but today, my wife and i, had 'white pyrenees lamb shanks'
they looked like lamb sausages,no bone, tasted like lamb sausages, but very dry. tasty enough, but unlike any lamb shanks i have ever eaten. very disappointed.
expect tasty food in minute serves at extraordinary prices, bearing little resemblance to the menu description.