Our Events page will give you an insight into some of the upcoming events on Mt. Tamborine. Try the JBT quick quiz but more importantly get ready for a great time as you experience the joys and beauty of this magnificent region.
Our Weekly Quick Quiz courtesy of our friend the effervescent JBT.
1/ You are in a cold house in the winter. It is dark. You have one match. There is a candle and there is a wood burning stove. Which do you light first?
2/ I know a word of letters three. Add two, and fewer there will be?
3/ A cowboy rode to an inn on Friday. Stayed two nights, and left on Friday. How could that be?
4/ Who makes it, has no need for it. Who buys it, has no use for it. Who uses it can neither see nor feel it. What is it?
5/ A word I know, 6 letters it contains. Subtract just one, and twelve is what remains?
6/ You will always find me in the past. I can be created in the present, but the future can never taint me. What am I?
7/ What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?
8/ What flies without wings?
9/ What vehicle is spelled the same forwards and backwards?
10/ Mr. Smith has 4 daughters. Each of his daughters has a brother. How many children does Mr Smith have?
If you want to check youranswers with those of JBT then they follow after the Property Information Images on our reservation page. Just clickHERE and scroll just below the images for JBT’s answers. GOOD LUCK.
The “Green Shed”, located at The Showground, 386-398 Main Western Rd, Mount Tamborine, Queensland, is the local market for fresh fruit & vegetables, and is open EVERY Sunday from 7.00am to noon. Flowers, honey, nuts, herbs and plants are also in bountiful supply. A wide variety of high quality, freshly picked produce, is always available. The range available, depends on the season. Prices are set at a level which provide farmers a return sufficient to encourage them to continue their farming activities and provide exceptional value to their customers. We also feature the Green Shed on ourHarvest Trail Map.
You will usually find specialty stalls with varieties of stuffed olives, german sausage, fresh ground coffee flavours, sweet stalls, wood carvings, woven crafts, dog treats and gift items. Plant stalls include rainforest natives, fruit trees, English garden plants, and roses. Food stalls offer breakfast, morning tea, lunch, and tasty treats. For the children, a jumping castle and other activities are available. Live entertainment is offered in the central bandstand.
Held on the last Sunday of each month, the ‘Markets on the Mountain’ is sponsored by the local State School on land at the corner of Curtis and Long Road. Renowned for some of the best burgers in town, here you can enjoy a walking breakfast with pancakes….
Escape to the country and discover the Scenic Rim Markets located in the quaint villages, hamlets and settlements in your backyard. If it’s diverse scenery, fresh mountain air, antiques, country markets, old wares, great food and outstanding country hospitality that you are after, you are in the right place. Local villages and hamlets have it all in generous quantities and in a unique environment bursting with personality. Stay for a day or maybe 2 or 3 days. There is heaps to do, to see and to experience. Stay at Amore B&B Mt.Tamborine – you will not be disappointed…..[..]
The Museums Australia Constitution (2002) defines a ‘museum’ as an institution with the following characteristic:
A museum helps people understand the world by using objects and ideas to interpret the past and present and explore the future. A museum preserves and researches collections, and makes objects and information accessible in actual and virtual environments. Museums are established in the public interest as permanent, not-for-profit organisations that contribute long-term value to communities.
The Scenic Rim Museums and Historical Centers that we list below fall into the category of entities that facilitate the preservation, continuation and management of tangible or intangible heritage resources (living heritage and digital creative activity)….[..]
Whales in Paradise – Gold Coast Whale Watching
Gold Coast Whale Watching with Whales in Paradise. Whales in Paradise are the original Gold Coast Whale Watching company and the only whale watch operation whose cruises depart from the heart of the Gold Coast in central Surfers Paradise.
The crew have a combined whale watch experience of over 15 years and are dedicated to providing their guests the closest Gold Coast Whale Watching encounter possible. The vessels are purpose built and specifically selected for whale watching. They are modern, large and spacious with Whale and Dolphin friendly design features. This provides guests with the ultimate uncrowded Gold Coast Whale Watching experience.
Whales in Paradise boats a 100 per cent Daily Sightings Record (Guaranteed Whale Sightings or Free Return Cruise). Enjoy the small groups and personalised services that they have to offer. Included is a scenic route through the Gold Coast Waterways, valued at AUD45.00, where you can see the homes of the rich and the famous with commentary.
The water level viewing deck provides the closest whale watching experience. Walk around the decks, where there is a guaranteed railside position – perfect for photos.
Mountain Bike Australia are pleased to present the 2017 MTBA National Championships incorporating Cross-Country Olympic, Downhill and Observed Trials. The 2017 MTBA National Championships will be hel …
Artists of The Scenic Rim open their Studios throughout the months of May and June, allowing visitors to see them working in their studios. Studios are open from 9am to 5pm or by appointment.
Scenic Rim Clydesdale Spectacular
17 Jun 2017 to 18 Jun 2017
The Scenic Rim Clydesdale Spectacular featuring the Fassifern Highland Gathering is a event showcasing the iconic Clydesdale Horse, celebrating the traditions and heritage of ‘the breed that built the …
The Winter Harvest Festival is a fabulous, relaxed day out for families and food lovers. Taste the food, meet the producers, watch the cooking demonstrations and feast from the Scenic Rim’s smorgasbor …
Festivals and Celebrations, Food and Wine, Event Markets
The Waterfall known as Curtis Falls a short stroll from Amore B&B.
Tamborine Mountain Rainforest
Six designated bush walking tracks are located within the Mt. Tamborine National Park.
The bush walking tracks take you through rainforests with large strangler figs, piccabeen palm groves and tall trees festooned with vines, ferns and orchids.
Yes you can walk to a Waterfall from Amore B&B as Curtis Falls Waterfall is but a short stroll away.
The National Parks are also a bird watcher’s paradise. Three of the bush walking tracks are a short stroll from Amore B&B.
All bush walks are easy to moderate and vary in distance from 1.4 kilometres (30 minutes) to 3.1 kilometres (1 hour).
The Margaret Olley Art Centre (MOAC) is the third and final stage of the Tweed Regional Gallery.
MOAC celebrates the career, life and legacy of its namesake, Margaret Olley – Australia’s most celebrated painter of still life and interiors.
MOAC combines exhibitions of paintings and objects, an interactive multi-media drawing activity, research library and education workshop, and is complemented by the Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio. Central to the MOAC is the recreation of areas of Olley’s famous home studio, principally the Hat Factory and the Yellow Room.
The recreation features original architectural elements such as windows and doors, relocated from Olley’s home studio at 48 Duxford Street, Paddington, Sydney. The interiors are filled with over 20,000 items Olley collected over many years as subject matter for her paintings.
These combined elements offer a rich and dynamic context for Olley’s extensive artistic career.
The home studio recreation is on permanent display while exhibitions of artworks in MOAC will change twice a year.
View into the Hat Factory at the Margaret Olley Art Centre
Interior View of the Hat Factory re-creation at the Margaret Olley Art Centre
Museum of Brisbane events
Museum of Brisbane is a purpose-built gallery sitting on Level 3 of Brisbane City Hall (Adelaide and Ann Street, Brisbane). The museum is part of the living history of the city, examining how Brisbane and its people continue to change over time and revealing how each of our individual and collective stories are the milestones of the city’s evolution.
Museum of Brisbane is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm (except for the listed public holidays). It is closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day and is open from 1pm to 5pm on Anzac Day. To get to the museum, enter City Hall via the King George Square foyer and take the lifts outside of Shingle Inn to Level 3.
Visit Museum of Brisbane to find out more about Museum of Brisbane, its facilities and what’s on at this venue
The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)
It is a single institution located across two adjacent river-side buildings in the Cultural Precinct at Brisbane’s South Bank. The vision is to be the leading institution for the contemporary art of Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
QAGOMA holds a Collection of over 17,000 works of historical, modern and contemporary art, and stages a dynamic program of Australian and internatioal exhibitions. It is the home to the Children’s Art Centre which collaborates on interactive artworks with leading artists from around the world, and the Australian Cinémathèque, the only dedicated cinema facility in an Australian art museum.
16 JUL 2016 – 12 FEB 2017
QAG | FREE
THE GABORI SISTERS
GATHERING BY THE SEA
25 JUN 2016 – 12 FEB 2017
GOMA | CHILDREN’S ART CENTRE | FREE
A WORLD VIEW
THE TIM FAIRFAX GIFT
11 JUN 2016 – 17 APR 2017
GOMA | FREE
14 MAY 2016 – 14 MAY 2017
GOMA | FREE
TOWARDS A REHANG OF AUSTRALIAN ART
28 MAY 2016 – 6 AUG 2017
QAG | FREE
INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN COLLECTION
QAG | FREE
INTERNATIONAL AND ASIAN COLLECTION
QAG | FREE
THE WORLD TURNS
Just Do It – This Place is truly fantastic!
If you would like to speak to a real person about Tamborine accommodation give Kay or John a call, your hosts here at Amore B&B in Tamborine Mountain formerly referred to as Amore B&B in Eagle Heights on Tamborine Mountain.