Nestled in the Gold Coast Hinterland on Talweg, a 20-acre property.

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Talweg is a German word that means water through rock, which is why the property is named Talweg.  A significant gully runs through the heart of the property channelling spring waters over the rocks and downhill into Tallebudgera Creek below. Talweg is connected to the volcanic system of Mt Warning and the Macpherson Ranges. The interconnected landscape offers further scenic opportunity to explore one of the most diverse natural areas in Australia. 


The property is surrounded by a significant sclerophyll environment on the traditional custodian homelands of the Kombumerri families in the Yugambeh Language Region. Through sensitive operation and appreciation of nature as a key curatorial element, Hand Bent Banana Arts and Health Centre aspires to conserve and share the ecologically and rural assets of Talweg and the surrounding Gold Coast Hinterland landscape.


Acknowledgement of Country

We proudly acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians of the Kombumerri families and the Yugambeh People. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing contemporary connections to the land, forests and water. We extend this respect to the indigenous communities throughout South East Queensland, Northern New South Wales, Australia and the world.