The heart of Pethers Rainforest Retreat is its Main Lodge which features a massive open sided and elevated fireplace, a towering seven metre curved roof and glass windows and doors which open to a large deck area and a pristine rainforest. The Main Lodge also houses Pethers Rainforest Restaurant and is the perfect venue for boutique functions.
Pethers Rainforest Restaurant is open for dinner from Thursday-Saturday evenings and for Sunday lunch on the last Sunday of the month. It is one of the most popular dining venues on Mount Tamborine and is renowned for creating an array of exquisite tastes and outstanding cuisine. The restaurant provides an intimate and romantic setting with rainforest views. The menu is updated each month, and can be found under the Dining page.
Rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit, with a Pethers relaxing body treatment. All treatments are performed by experienced and qualified therapists, in the comfort and privacy of your own Tree House – either inside, or on your balcony overlooking the magical rainforest. Pethers offer a selection of massage treatments.
There is no more spectacular wedding venue than Pethers. The property offers a truly magical rainforest setting and is the perfect venue for small intimate weddings of up to 60 people banquet style or up to 80 people cocktail style. Our newly created Wedding Garden area features a manicured lawn and wedding gazebo, all enveloped by a majestical rainforest...the perfect place for your wedding ceremony.
Located atop Mount Tamborine, there is an abundance of activites and places of interest to visit. Local wineries, cafes, restaurants,craft & produce markets, galleries, mountain walks, trekking are all within close proximity to Pethers.
Set on 5 acres of private rainforest, Pethers Rainforest Retreat offers an idyllic combination of natural fauna and flora. Tamborine Mountain is a world of sub tropical rainforests, waterfalls and associated wilderness, mountain villages, and other hidden treasures. This lush mountain plateau offers breathtaking views of the Hinterland ranges and the Gold Coast.