Distillery Tours (from 5th November)
Go behind the scenes of our working distillery and learn about our production processes. Distillery tours last approximately 1 hour and include a welcome Gin & Tonic on arrival (or any Spirit & Mixer of your choice), a guided tour of our museum, an exclusive walk through our working distillery before finishing with a tasting flight.
All Distillery tours will have a maximum of 10 guests per tour. Please contact us if you like to organise private Distillery Tours for a group.
We ask that you arrive 10 minutes prior to your tour time to check-in. Please note, if you wish to stay after the tour you will need to book a table also.
By making a booking with Tamborine Mountain Distillery, you acknowledge that you have read and understood our terms and conditions.
Terms and Conditions
1. Cancellations or changes to your bookings must be made 24 hours in advance by contacting us on 07 5545 3452 or emailing info@TamborineMountainDistillery.com. No shows or late cancellation fees will occur.
2. It is the guest’s responsibility to be on time for their reservation, we cannot extend a booking if you are running late.
3. Closed in shoes are mandatory for tours
4. All guests are required to sign in electronically to enter the venue.
5. Guests who are intoxicated or behaving in an inappropriate or irresponsible manner will be asked to vacate the premises.
6. Guests under the age of 18 cannot attend this event. Please ensure that you bring a proof of age identification as any guests who cannot supply this will not be allowed to consume alcohol.
7. We are a smoke-free venue, and we will not allow smoking inside or outside.
8. New Queensland Covid-19 Regulations – As of the 17th December 2021, Tamborine Mountain Distillery is required to ensure any people over 16 years of age, who are not fully vaccinated, do not enter any of our premises. Furthermore, people will be asked to produce double vaccination evidence before entering the premise. We encourage you to comply with this new Queensland State-wide Hospitality Regulation.
Vaccination evidence includes one or more of the following:
- An online immunisation history statement.
- A COVID-19 digital certificate from the Australian Immunisation Register;
- Vaccination information displayed on the Service QLD App;
- An email or other document (printed or electronic) from the Department of Home Affairs that confirms you have completed an Australia Travel Declaration and you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 overseas;
- A medical exemption, which includes either:
- -a medical contraindication certificate, or
- a medical clearance form.
Children under 16 who are not fully vaccinated and are accompanied by a fully vaccinated member of their household, must:
- Carry evidence of their name and address
- Produce the evidence to authorised officer if requested to do so.
Click and collect online orders will remain an option that can be offered to customers who are not fully vaccinated.