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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 32 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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Next stages of Beaudesert Town Centre Revitalisation under way

The next phase of Scenic Rim Regional Council’s multi-stage revitalisation of the Beaudesert Town Centre has begun with drainage works on Short Street and the Gateway Precinct parklands. Following extensive rain and flooding in Beaudesert in 2021 and 2022, Council’s...

THE Scenic Rim is OPEN FOR VISITORS! PLEASE, come and sit, sip, taste, hike, swim, picnic with an alpaca, kiss a camel and smell the flowers…..

PLEASE, come and sit, sip, taste, hike, swim, picnic with an alpaca, kiss a camel and smell the flowers because the Scenic Rim is OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Parts of the Scenic Rim have faced some wild weather over the Christmas period. We are thankful for the support and...

Men’s Shed Members Honoured With Annual Awards

At the Tamborine Mountain Men’s Shed end-of-year function, held at the historic St Bernard’s Hotel on Tuesday 5th December, several members were recognised for their contribution to the Shed throughout the year and honoured with awards, which in the main, were decided...

Official opening a red-letter day for Tamborine Mountain Library

Officially opening the Tamborine Mountain Library are (from left): Uncle Steve Watson who provided the Welcome to Country, National Emergency Management Agency Director George Hodgson, Cr Virginia West, Scenic Rim Mayor Greg Christensen, Queensland Reconstruction...

Keen competition seen in 2023 Business Excellence Awards

The spirit of entrepreneurship and the rising stars of the region's business community were celebrated at the 2023 Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards on Friday evening. Almost 200 guests gathered at The Centre Beaudesert where veterinary pharmaceuticals enterprise...

Exhibition has Christmas gift giving artfully Gift Wrapped

As the Christmas countdown begins, Scenic Rim Regional Council has solved the present problem with an exhibition that is Gift Wrapped. Officially opened by Scenic Rim Arts Reference Group Chair Cr Michael Enright at The Centre Beaudesert on Friday evening, the...

Sporting community’s the winner with new lighting at Selwyn Park

Beaudesert's sporting community is the winner from Scenic Rim Regional Council's installation of new lighting at Selwyn Park. The new LED lighting, which meets soccer competition standards, has been installed with an eye not only to players' needs  but also the...


A new footpath is set to bridge the gap between Beaudesert and Gleneagle with work stepped up on the much-anticipated project. The project will link Wesley Way to the existing town footpath network at Elysium Gardens and involves the construction of new sections of...

Scenic Rim welcomes its newest Australians ahead of Citizenship Day

Eighteen members of the Scenic Rim community became the region's newest Australians yesterday in an early celebration of Citizenship Day on Sunday 17 September. The ceremony at The Centre Beaudesert represented the final step in the journey towards citizenship for...

Sunlit Studios, Named Australian Wedding Photographer of the Year 2023

Alana Orth and the Photographer Of The Year Trophy Since 2010, couples have chosen Sunlit Studios for our breathtaking photography, museum-grade artwork, relentless professionalism, and personalised service. Winner of Australian Wedding Photographer of the Year 2023...