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 29 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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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...

Beaudesert Camera Club Workshop

The Beaudesert Camera Club will be holding a camera workshop on Saturday 17th April at 11.00 am at the Beaudesert Information Centre. We will be showing people how they can use simple props found in their own home to get effective and interesting images without having...


The strength of women forged in the fire of their children's uncertain start to life and of female artists working in a man’s world is at the heart of Scenic Rim Regional Council's new exhibition opening at The Centre Beaudesert this month. Women's Work, which runs...

2020 Mountain Open Tennis Championships Finals

Men's Champion - Scott Wilbow On a very hot Sunday at the end of 2020, play in the Tamborine Mountain Open Tennis Championships finals got underway at seven in the morning with the ladies’ singles final.  Julia Cossins won the first set 7-5 and was just two...

Public art and stories at the centrepiece in the revitalisation of Boonah’s town centre

Boonah’s streetscape comes to life with new public artworks and storyboards as part of the Boonah Town Centre Revitalisation Project capturing the unique stories, history and character of the region. Scenic Rim Mayor Greg Christensen said it was a vision of the Boonah...


Scenic Rim Regional Council is getting into the spirit of the festive season with two cracking Christmas events early next month. Christmas will come early at Boonah Cultural Centre with a singalong led by acclaimed cabaret artist and theatre actress, Nadia Sunde and...

Join in the celebration of BADCAP’s First Anniversary at their Open House weekend in December

It’s a year since BADCAP (Beaudesert and District Community Arts Projects) became the new co-lessee of the Stationmaster House at 100 Brisbane Street, Beaudesert. Members would like to invite everyone to join them in celebrating the occasion on Saturday &...

Botanic Gardens Hosts School Group

The volunteers at Tamborine Mountain Regional Botanic Gardens recently hosted a group of Year Five students from the Silkwood School at Nerang. The students were split into three groups for a tour of the Gardens and quickly demonstrated a love for the natural...