Relax and unwind where good food and drink and welcoming rural hospitality reside in a naturally beautiful environment.
Go wild and explore arts and heritage, local attractions, nature and wildlife, Aboriginal culture and adventure all year round.
Slow down and enjoy genuine country hospitality from camping to cabins and five-star retreats in stunning surrounds.
Have an eventful time in the Scenic Rim with our year-round calendar of festivals, shows, races and events.
Lifestyle & educational
Tamborine Mountain Garden Club Inc (TMGC) is proud to present its annual Open Gardens Event – “Springtime on the Mountain” 2022
Presented by the Tamborine Mountain Garden Club, “Springtime on the Mountain” allows mountain gardeners to showcase a wide array of delightful plantings and spring flowering favourites, at 5 beautiful and diverse private gardens. These gardens are open to public viewing over 2 days – Friday September 23rd – 10am to 4pm & Saturday September 24th – 10am to 4pm for pre-purchased ticket holders.
OPEN GARDEN LOCATIONS
The street in which garden is located is marked on our brochure. See below for a digital copy.
Printed brochures will also be available prior from
Open Garden street signs in surrounding streets as will also point the way.
Once in the street , look for our Springtime Flags outside each garden.
OTHER LOCATIONS OF INTEREST
Visitors may also choose to visit
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING POINTS :
Garden 1. Maison de Fleurs
Griffith Street, North Tamborine
Garden 2. Tamborine Mountain Flower Farm
Slingsby Road, Mount Tamborine
Garden 3. Arawee
Caryota Court, Tamborine Mountain
Garden 4. Hall-Roland Garden
Garden 5. Tregartha
Moreton Bay Avenue, Olde Eagle Heights
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We are proud of our diverse communities within the region. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the many lands within the Scenic Rim - the Mununjali in the Centre, the Wangerriburra to the East, the Ugurapul to the West, and all those of the Yugambeh and Jagera language groups. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
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