Mount Tamborine Show – A Family Day Out
It’s a Medieval spectacular at the Mount Tamborine Show held on Saturday 18th March 2017.
In it’s 79th year, the Mount Tamborine Show has been putting on a fabulous family event since 1928. Make a day trip up the mountain to enjoy all that will unfold.
Get Medieval at the Mount Tamborine Show
This year’s theme has a truly medieval touch featuring a real 12th Centaury style encampment by The Companie of Knights Bachelor. There will be a medieval pet display at 10.30am and 1.30pm and an all day poultry display by the Beaudesert Poultry Club. There are lucky door prizes to be won and a best dress Chook or Duck award!
What’s on for the Kids at the Mount Tamborine Show
The kids will have the chance to get hands on with reptiles and baby animals. Let them watch in wonder at the sky high stilt walkers and enjoy free face painting all day.
For the older kids and adults there will be archery lessons to try your hand at. There will be a breathtaking demonstration of horseback archery and a real live jousting tournament by The Knights of Camelot. See the traditional art of blacksmithing and falconry on show throughout the day.
And of course, no Show Day is complete without an array of rides and fairy floss and popcorn to enjoy!
What’s on for the Parents at the Mount Tamborine Show
Parents wont miss out on the fun.
With Vintage Car display, and the popular pavilion tents featuring award winning baking, locally grown produce, photography and jam making.
Don’t forget; there will be plenty of stalls serving excellent coffee and food for hungry tummies!
Be sure to bring a cardigan or light jumper as the weather can be cool.
Jazz band, Galapagos Duck will be setting the tone for the wind down of the day. Bring along a picnic blanket to enjoy a cold brew and music right before a spectacular fireworks display to finish off the event.
This is not an event to miss
The Mount Tamborine 2017 Show is at the towns show grounds. Corner Main Western Rd and Bartle Road Mount Tamborine on 18th March 2017 – gates open from 10am.
Tickets: Adult: $12, Concession Card Holders and Children under 14: $5, Family Pass (which includes 2 adults and 4 kids under 14) for $30.
Looking for more family fun? Check out list of all the family friendly festivals around Brisbane here.