The principal church for the Parish is St George’s, situated on 4021m2 (1 acre) of land on the corner of Eagle Heights Road and Dapsang Drive, Tamborine Mountain. The property also contains the church hall, meeting room, toilet block and the Rectory. There are also two small storage sheds on the site.
St George’s Church is a modern brick construction and seats about 200 people. It has a pipe organ built by Simon Pierce, installed and dedicated to the parish in 1993, and given by the Fulcher family in memory of their son Christopher. The church was repainted inside and out and maintenance work carried out in 2012. The Porte-cochere, which was a part of the original church design, was completed in 2011 by a generous donation from Mrs Laurel Youngman in memory of her late husband, Dr Norman Vincent Youngman.
The church hall (Georgian Room) was the main church until 1992 when it was renovated to include a kitchen. It is linked to the church with a covered way. The meeting room (deVoil Room) is connected to the Georgian Room and is of similar vintage. It can seat around 16 and has tea making facilities. All the older buildings on the site including the toilet block were repainted externally and maintenance work carried out in 2011.
The site relies on tank water and has septic tank installations for its waste water. The waste water disposal systems were upgraded in 2012.
St Luke’s Church is situated at 15-21 Kidston Street, Canungra on 1318m2 of land. St Luke’s seats about 40 people and is constructed from local timber in a gothic style with rosewood walls and ceilings, rose gum floor and red cedar pews.
Also on this site is a storage facility, toilet and a small pavilion with tea making facilities.