Queensland Men’s Sand Greens Championships – Tambo

Golf in Tambo

Tambo Golf Club plays host to the 2019 Men’s Sand Greens Championship from the 7th to 9th of June 2019.
The Four-Ball Championship (Separate Registration) will be played on Friday and the 36 hole Championship on Saturday and Sunday.
Meal Package includes Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on Saturday and Sunday.

Entries close on Wednesday 22nd May at 5.00pm

Tambo Campdraft

The Tambo Campdraft will be held on the first weekend of June.

A fantastic, family weekend that brings the community together. Competitors and onlookers enjoy admiring the skill and horsemanship involved in this great sport.

3 days wheeling Wagyu steers, a kids Gymkhana,  great facilities with food and drinks available all weekend. Local entertainment on Saturday night.

Looking for a Camping Adventure?


Head to Salvator Rosa National Park via Tambo’s Wilderness Way

Get away from it all in the Salvator Rosa National Park. Crystal clear springs add more than ten million litres of water a day to the peaceful Louisa Creek and Nogoa River as they meander beneath a backdrop of rocky sandstone crags and spires. Named by explorer Sir Thomas Mitchell in 1846, Salvator Rosa is at the western edge of the Central Queensland Sandstone Belt. The course-grained sandstones of Salvator Rosa are very crumbly. Erosion of the sandstone has left behind many interesting features that dominate the skyline, including Spyglass Peak and the Sentinel.


Wildflowers add colour to the landscape in spring. Large white flannel flowers and cream sprays of narrow-leaved logania contrasts with the pink flowers hanging from the shrubby Homoranthus. There are more than 300 plant species recorded in the park and at least ten are considered rare or threatened.
To get to the park from Tambo there are two routes you can take via the ‘Wilderness Way‘ loop road. To take route one, head 42km north on the Dawson Developmental Road then turn east towards Springsure and drive 102km to the Salvator Rosa turnoff. At the turnoff, drive south for 50km via ‘Cungelella’ to the park boundary and a further 4km to the camping area.
Route two is for high clearance 4WD vehicles only. Drive 8 km south of Tambo, on the Landsborough Highway, turn east onto Mount Playfair Road (‘Wilderness Way‘). After approximately 90km this road intersects the Cungelella Road. Turn south and travel 30km via ‘Cungelella’, to the park boundary.
A bush camping area is situated on the broad sand bank of the Nogoa River, 2.4km from the park entrance. Camping permits are required and fees apply.
You can find out more about camping in Salvator Rosa here.

Once set up there is plenty to do in the Park. A self-guided drive directs you to the park’s most outstanding features, including flowing springs and towering sandstone formations. There are plenty of opportunities for birdwatching, photography and bushwalks.
Salvator Rosa also offers three short walks to explore the fascinating natural wonders of the area. If considering off-track bushwalking on the park please ensure you have good navigational skills, plan your walk carefully and take a topographic map, compass and GPS.


Salvator Rosa presents self –sufficient travellers with the opportunity to really get away from it all in this beautiful remote part of Outback Queensland. 

Come and visit!

Tambo Polocrosse

Tambo Polocrosse

2019 annual Tambo Annual multi-horse Polocrosse Carnival.

6-person side in a mixed competition.

1 game Saturday and 1 game Sunday.

State Players can also participate in the club carnival.

Take on Tambo Tonite

“Take on Tambo, Tonite” is being put together by the Tambo Tourism and Business Association, and will showcase the very best that Tambo has to offer!

With local stall holders, food vendors and entertainment at our markets and late night shopping at local participating businesses, make Tambo your number 1 stop on your way to Winton’s Way Out West Fest!

It will be a fun, food, music and market filled night held on the 23rd of April.