Tambo Teddy Bears Picnic

Head to the home of the famous Tambo Teddies for their annual teddy bears picnic; a fun filled family day.
Bears and their owners are invited to visit Tambo to join in the fun of country games, music and mayhem of the teddy bear parade and teddy bear challenges. And for adventurous teddy bears, a flight from the teddy bear catapult. There will be rides, market stalls and plenty of entertainment for young and old.

Tambo Outback Rodeo

Fast paced, exciting sports event involving horses and other livestock, designed to test the skill and speed of the cowboys and cowgirls.

Features of the event will be the Open Bull and Bronc Rides, with a  Mini Bull event for the kids.

Food and music, and the bar will be operating until late.

Larry & the Dame

Larry & the Dame

Larry and the Dame is a light-hearted cabaret/comedy for audiences who love music and laughter, and attending a show that has a few underlying witty jokes.

 

Meet the Artists

Art Gallery Artists

Come and meet local artists from Blackall and Tambo and enjoy their current exhibition of work, ‘Whispers from the Grasslands’.

Enjoy a free morning tea of scones, coffee, great company and wonderful local art.

Tour de Tambo – Bike Ride

Join members of Tambo’s Isolated Parents and Children’s Association to take on the Ward Road Bike ride.

There is a ride to suit everyone.

80km Mountain Bike Ride $50
80km All bitumen Bike Ride $50
40km All bitumen Bike Ride $50
25km Bike Ride – $30adult/$15kids
10km Bike Ride – $30 adult/$15kids

Whispers from the Grasslands – Local artists exhibition

Join the communities of Blackall and Tambo to celebrate the opening of an exhibition of works by seventeen local artists at the Grassland Art Gallery, Tambo.

Official opening Saturday June 8th at 12.00pm.

$20 per person, lunch included.

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!

Business Goal Setting Workshop

Queensland small business week

Business Goalsetting Workshop
To turn your business challenges… into ACHIEVEMENTS
Your business goals… into REALITY
Your thinking… into RESULTS

Learn how to set and achieve goals that promote quantum leaps. Also teaches the process of setting and achieving family and team goals. You will set goals that inspire you, which helps to move you forward and keep you motivated to achieve great results.

All Participants of the Group Workshop Receive
1.   Presentation on how to set and achieve goals and what are the three type   of goals
2. Work booklet, goal card and handouts.
3. The International Best Seller Book: You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor
4. A coach to guide you through the art of setting your goals for best results
5. A Zoom meeting link up one week later to answer any questions for best results

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.

Belles of the Barcoo Unite – Mother’s Day

Mother's Day Blackall Tambo

Blackall & Tambo QCWA are collaborating to bring together a Mother’s Day high tea, markets with an array of inspirational guest speakers on Sunday 12th of May, 2019.

Held on the banks of the Barcoo River at the Karlgoonah Bridge half way between Blackall and Tambo.