From the rugged cliffs of the Great Dividing Range explorer Major Thomas Mitchell once crossed, to the open downs country that caught his eye, it is no wonder that Tambo is being discovered by travellers. Tambo is a living museum of cultural history and a place for the visitor to gain an insight into the lifestyle of Australia’s forebears. The area boasts rich landscapes that attracted pastoralists in the 1860s to flock to Tambo region to take up land for grazing. The pastoral industry still remains the basis of Tambo’s economy today.

Gazetted in 1863, Tambo is the oldest town in the west, wander back in time along the Heritage Walk visiting old buildings and historically significant places. The Coolibah Walk follows the banks of the Barcoo where the native trees reach out across the river and provide a cool haven for the birdlife. While in town, make sure you pop into a local business for a roll of Totally Tambo toilet paper, freely given away as a gift from the community.

Pull-up at the Tambo Dam, a recreational area offering barbecue and picnic facilities, nature walks, bird-watching, native tree forest and water sports (in the warmer weather!). Visit the Tambo Teddies Workshop and see the sheep skin teddy bears being created, each bear is named after a property in the Tambo district, giving them claim to some of the oldest settled country in Queensland.

From Tambo you can head east and experience the Wilderness Way Self Drive Tour traversing three major river systems, taking you to the top of Queensland’s Great Dividing Range and looping back into town. Along the way you can visit many places of interest including sites of early European settlement and Aboriginal rock engravings, passing an array of sandstone formations and vast cliff lines. Nature lovers will enjoy the sights of native flora, fauna and brilliant wildflowers from August to September. Camp overnight in the beautiful Salvator Rosa National Park. Enjoy the 260 kilometre round-trip at your own pace and discover why this area is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets.

Tambo, Blackall-Tambo Area
Queensland
Australia

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Limerick at the Imperial Hotel Eumundi

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$10 - 10
24 February 2018
You'll be hard pressed to stop yourself stomping your feet, up dancing and singing along when Limerick perform at The Bunker at The Imperial Hotel on Saturday 24 February. Formed in 2016, Limerick is a four piece Brisbane-based Celtic Band featuring vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, fiddle and drums.

Soul Movers at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$10 - 15
2 March 2018
The Soul Movers are a Sydney-based soul, rock, pop and folk band - and they'll be taking to the stage in The Bunker at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi on Friday 2 March. Reported in the media as ‘a super-group of sorts’, around the release of their new album Testify!

Sunny Coast Rude Boys

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$10 - 10
3 March 2018
Put Saturday 3 March in your diaries as the 'Rudies' (The Sunny Coast Rude Boys) are heading to The Imperial Hotel Eumundi to raise the roof! The Sunny Coast Rude Boys are an eight piece soundwave playing uplifting ska and reggae and drawing on musical influences that have shaped this genre from the Jamaican movement through to UK Two Tone.

Russell Morris at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$25 - 30
9 March 2018
ARIA Hall of Fame inductee, number one selling Platinum artist, King of Pop, Australian icon Russell Morris is returning to The Brewery at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi. Shooting to fame in the middle 60s with Somebody’s Image, Russell had a string of hits including Hush and the Bob Dylan classic Baby Blue.

Pawsome Paws Parade

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
Free Entry
17 March 2018
Join them at Eumundi Markets for their Pawsome Paws Parade on March 17 - a showcase of the beautiful and best dressed pooches from across the community. All dogs and their owners are welcome to be involved.

Eumundi Country Music Festival

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$65 - 110
5 October 2018
Anderson Productions puts this extraordinary all ages event together. It is filled with lots of country music (International and Local), food, and merchandise vendors. The festival attracts a wide range of people from all over Australia, from young to elderly who love country music and live entertainment.
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