Tamborine Times

Tamborine Mountain’s Independent Newspaper
Providing a Voice for the Mountain Community
Since 1992

Local Community

Free Community Newspaper
Published Fortnightly

Local News

Home & Business House Delivery to Mt Tamborine,
North Tamborine, Eagle Heights, and Surrounds

Marking 30 Years Of Publication

Tamborine Mountain’s Independent Newspaper Providing a Voice for the Mountain. Community since 1992.
Published on a Tuesday, we are a FREE fortnightly paper, updating news and events from local and surrounding areas.
We distribute to over 5,000 homes and businesses on Tamborine Mountain, Canungra, Tamborine, Oxenford and Coomera.

Our updated website features a flipbook, a more convenient format for easy reading, giving our advertisers the advantage of an extended readership for their businesses online. During these difficult economic times, there will be no additional cost for our advertisers for this online service.
Access to past editions can also be enjoyed as they become available.

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Mock operations help prepare Council and the community for extreme weather events

Council recently hosted two timely disaster preparedness operations, firstly with the Local Disaster Management Group to test preparedness for potential flooding, and secondly with Community Disaster Volunteers from across the Scenic Rim. Operation Downpour tested the...

Resilient Women

Who: Presented by Scenic Rim Regional Council and the Making Good Alliance supported by WOW (Women of the World) Australia What:  a two-day event on Tamborine Mountain celebrating and exploring the things that make and shape us as resilient women and...

Scenic Rim Business Breakfast

Thanks to everyone who joined us last Tuesday for another Scenic Rim Business Breakfast 🎉 We covered everything you need to know about the 2021 Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards, including top tips for prepare your nomination, and heard from keynote speaker,...

Planting Forests, One Tree at a Time

On the first Sunday in August, hundreds of thousands of ordinary people across Australia come together to celebrate our precious local ecosystems and to plant over a million new trees, shrubs and grasses. Begun in 1996, National Tree Day has now grown into Australia's...

Spotlight is on the Regional Arts Development Fund at the upcoming Arts Dinner

Creatives needing a leg up with funding for their creative pursuits can find out everything they need to know about the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) at the upcoming Arts Dinner Live and Online on 13 July. The dinner will be delivered onsite at Boonah Culture...

Two major drainage projects underway in Beaudesert

Critical drainage infrastructure will set the foundation for Phase 1 of the Beaudesert Town Centre Revitalisation. The 2021-2022 Budget provides $1.44 million for capital expenditure on drainage in Beaudesert, with support from the Australian Government's Local Roads...

Mystery, Murder & Mayhem

The Scenic Rim Writers of Beaudesert are launching their new anthology Mystery,Murder & Mayhem, covering stories of fires, disappearances, ghosts and mayhem ofthe Scenic Rim. It was a mystery, which could be murder, the morning young Mark McCabe spotted abody...

The “Do-It-Yourself” Road

The following notes were written by Edmund Curtis in 1966,concerning the construction of the Do-it-yourself Road.Oxenford - Tamborine. The following is a brief outline of an important and very necessarywork done by residents and others at great personal cost in...