Family Pass 2 Adults 2 Children
- Terms & Conditions
This Gift Card entitles you to a family admission to Glow Worm Tours for 2 adults and 2 children (children must be between ages 4-12, children under 4 are free of charge)
Come with us on a journey through our spectacular purpose-built cave at Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Tours! Experience the results of our ground-breaking conservation project, as we guide you through the magical Glow Worm Alley, filled with thousands of glowing Glow Worms! Here at Cedar Creek we offer the opportunity to see Glow Worms during the day, and over the course of 30 minutes, you’ll meet a glow worm up close and learn all about their life cycle and behaviour.
Our cave features a colony of native Mt. Tamborine Glow Worms, and is part of a long-term breeding program, so your admission helps support and ensure the survival of the species in South East Queensland for future generations!
This Family Pass offer is only available online. Gift Card PDF must be printed out and presented to GW office to be redeemed. This gift card does not constitute a time-specific reservation.
Gift Card PDF must be printed out and presented to GW office to be redeemed. This gift card does not constitute a time-specific reservation. For smaller groups, present your voucher to our office staff on the day of your visit, and we will book you on the next available tour. For groups over 10 people, contact us in advance at email@example.com to book a specific tour time. Senior/Student card must be presented (if applicable) when redeeming this gift card. Tours are booked on a first come, first serve basis, and run every 30 minutes from 10 am to 4 pm Sunday through Thursday, and from 10 am to 7 pm Friday and Saturday. By using this gift card you agree to the full gift card Terms and Conditions. This gift card and any unspent value expire when the expiry date, if listed above, is met. You are responsible for the keeping the gift card in safe possession and for any gift card transactions, you as the owner remain liable, unless extenuating circumstances show negligence by the provider.