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” … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
Sooty Owl Creekside Trail
Walkways & Prominent Plantings
Botanic Gardens prepares massive plant sale to celebrate Springtime
September 27, 2023
Botanic Gardens team celebrates 40th anniversary Open Day
June 5, 2023
REMINDER – giant plant sale and art raffle this SUNDAY
May 24, 2023
Lovingly built by VAUXPhotography and History - Chris Davison
Scenic Rim Regional Council
Gambling Community Benefit Scheme
Tamborine Mountain Landcare