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Piccabeen Lawn reopens

The Gardens volunteers are delighted to announce that the Piccabeen Lawn is fully restored and open to our visitors again. The Lawn was closed during May for a "special event" that destroyed the grass. The volunteers knew in advance of the effect that would be caused...

Plant sales

Plant sales

The Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens Potty Potters offer plants for sale to the public every week of the year. The plants are propagated and nurtured in a completely natural environment without artificial light. This ensures they are healthy and hardy, ready to...

Sooty Owl Creekside Trail

Sooty Owl Creekside Trail

A delight for the young and the young-at-heart No visit to the Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens is complete without exploring Sooty Owl's Creekside Trail. It begins with a sign and then a set of wonderful mosaics set into the pathway.   Greater sooty owls are...

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

What is a Japanese Garden ? At its heart the Japanese garden remains an attempt by humans to encapsulate the spirit of Nature, recognising the cycle of seasonal changes and the transience of life. The original conception of the garden was to create an idyllic...

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BOTANIC GARDENS REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Major works on the lakes are taking place under the direction of Scenic Rim Regional Council.  The gardens also require further work to restore them to a condition of safety and for the community to enjoy. Much of the infrastructure, including buildings and...

BOTANIC GARDENS PLANT SALE AIDS MASSIVE REBUILD

BOTANIC GARDENS PLANT SALE AIDS MASSIVE REBUILD

The volunteers at Tamborine Mountain Regional Botanic Gardens will hold a special plant sale on Saturday, March 9, to raise much-needed funds for the Gardens rebuild following the Christmas storm. The sale will be held in the Gardens car park from 8am until noon. The...

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