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Google Maps location for Tamborine Mountain Vet Surgery

Tamborine Mountain Vet Surgery
24 Main Street
North Tamborine
QLD 4272

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07 5545 2422
07 5545 2627

Canungra Veterinary Surgery
Pine Rd & Franklin St
QLD 4275

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07 5543 5622
07 5543 4037

Yarrabilba Veterinary Hospital
Adler Cct
QLD 4207

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07 3180 3096
  • Sherree Gordon
    Head Nurse

    I've been a Veterinary Nurse for over 20 yrs. I enjoy the surgery aspect of nursing and caring for sick patients, making sure they are as comfortable and pain free as possible. I also find it very rewarding to rescue and rehome abandoned and unwanted animals. I have a particular soft spot for Greyhounds!

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  • Lynn Bower

    Lynn is the Receptionist at the Tamborine Mountain Branch, she has been a vet nurse for 18yrs and also runs the puppy pre-schools at Tamborine and Yarrabilba clinics, which she loves. She has lived on the mountain for five and a half years, previously working in Brisbane and spent six years as a nurse in the UK. She has three rescue animals, Toots the English Pointer X (with small horse I think) lol, also Tiger and Crackers the cats. She loves to travel and spending time with family, friends and especially her grandchildren.

  • Jenny Randall

    Hello I'm Jenny and this is my Dalmatian Harley. My other 4 legged family members include a cat and 2 horses. I have been part of the Tamborine Mountain team since 2014 and am currently studying for my cert 4 in veterinary nursing. 

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  • Melissa Hyde

    Melissa completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in June 2017. She enjoys working in surgery and caring for hospitalised patients.

    In her spare time she loves to work and train her Border Collie - Cooper who is in the trialling stages of competitive agility; she has an interest in animal behaviour and plans to continue her studies and expand her knowledge about animals.

  • Annette

    I started at TMVS in Sept 1995, in a two vet clinic, as one of two nurses. I was the main surgery nurse for some time before moving into reception to be a familiar face as the business grew and new staff came on board. My position now is more behind the scenes looking after the IT systems for the 3 practices.

    After taking on a stray puppy, I became very interested in training and behaviour and started the first Puppy Pre School Classes at TMVS. I have had a variety of pets and as a teenager my passion was equestrian events, especially show jumping. I currently have two cats that came into TMVS as strays.

    annette tamborine mountain vet