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All reviews fudge interesting shops cuckoo clock shop both sides cafes and restaurants mt tamborine few hours worth a visit the gold coast local produce checking out boutique shops great place to visit chilli wine tasting lovely walk arts and crafts
Lovely way to spend an afternoon wandering the street and looking at everything on offer. Only thing I noticed was that there more shops selling similar things, and not many galleries. But still worth a visit.
I'm glad I arrived before 9.30, even though most business don't open until after 10, because at least this way I was able to get parking easily enough. By 10.30, parking was at a premium.
Bit underwhelmed by my visit, which was disappointing, as one...More
Just didn’t do it for us, we felt a lot of the shops were rather dated and tired looking. Also many items were very expensive, the day before I had purchased a cast iron teapot at TKMax on Hope Island on Gallery Walk the same...More
Had two stops in the Main Street of gallery walk recently for coffee on my bush walk adventures, the parking is free on street but limited. There is parking inside cafe bravo a Greek themed cafe but you must be a customer. Had a latte...More
when on tamborine Mountain, a stroll along Gallery walk is paramount. Full of excellent and eclectic cafe's, shops, antiques and gifts for all members of the extended family. Especialy at Bygone days situated in the Gallery Cafe.
The Gallery Walk is a cute, long street running through the Tamborine Mountain village with over 70 brightly painted shops offering everything from arts and crafts to gifts to clothing to food and wine. A mecca for the keen shopper. There are so many cafes...More
A very average, mixed quality of tourist style shops, and cafes that we found to be very disappointing. Parking was difficult and we had to walk some way to get to the tourist strip. We found nothing to spark our interest and would recommend if...More