Each year ‘Open Day’ at the Heritage Centre is becoming bigger and better simply because of the enormous interest people have in the stories, the exhibits and the people who have played a part in our progress over the years.
The day will be a snapshot into yesteryear when the Tamborine Mountain Historical Society celebrates ‘Open Day’ at the Wongawallan Road Heritage Centre.
Take a walk back in time and experience the mountains unique heritage and get to understand our past and who we are.
The fabulous program offers residents and tourists of all ages and cultures a rich variety of activities to see, do and enjoy.
If you have any photos or documents pertaining to the mountain’s history it would be appreciated if you could bring them so we can scan them on the spot and store them for posterity in our archives. If you also bring a USB “stick” or CD we will make you a copy.
What’s happening on the day?
- Sausage sizzle
- Tea, damper and cold drinks
- Folks dressed in period costumes
- Help in tracing your family history
- Woodworking with original tools
- Blacksmith in action
- Butter churning
- Interactive displays for children
The Heritage Centre is wheelchair friendly and exhibits are under cover. Feel free to dress up in a period costume; it’s all part of the fun.
A great family day. Fun starts at 10am. Entry is free - a small donation would be appreciated.