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A great year for Landcare
Book Sale 14 December
Bookshop holiday closure
SRRC Grant to Landcare
Bush Volunteers 25th anniversary
Twofold benefits from the Piccabeen Bookshop
Do you know that as well as offering a great array of quality second-hand books, our bookshop profits enable us to buy trees and extend our work of regenerating rainforests on the mountain?
Do drop in to chat with the volunteers, find information about our Landcare  work and browse the hundreds of donated books while you're there.

Gift vouchers are available too.
The Piccabeen Bookshop is maintained entirely by volunteers and all income is returned to TM Landcare's projects.
Shop 15 / 10 Main St Nth Tamborine (behind the shops and down the laneway)

News Flash 

Thursday 5th December 2013

Season's Greetings!
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... to all our Landcare members
from the Management Committee


See below for important information about our Piccabeen Bookshop Big Sale and holiday closure.

 It's been a great year!

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Our sturdy volunteer site teams and our very capable contractor, Damien Draper, have continued the work of removing invasive weeds and regenerating rainforests on Council reserves across the mountain. Special thanks go to our Regeneration Coordinator, Judy Roland, for her fine organisation and her active attention to all the sites.


We also thank the many volunteers who have contributed their time, energy and talents in many ways to making our organisation so successful. Among them are those who staff our very successful Piccabeen Bookshop. The profits from our shop go directly towards our regeneration projects.


In recognition of our strengths as a volunteer organisation, Tamborine Mountain Landcare was this year awarded the SE Queensland Healthy Waterways Community Award. A great achievement, and a credit to all who've contributed.

Giant book sale 14th December

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This is a great chance to get some bargain books for Christmas presents and holiday reading for the whole family - and in so doing support our rainforest regeneration work.  


All books will be on sale for 50% of their marked price for this one day only.


Tubestock native plants will also be available - why not put one or two under the Christmas tree for the keen gardener on your list?

 Bookshop holiday closure

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The shop will be closed from 22nd December and reopen on 13th January, to allow our busy volunteers to have a holiday break.


Make sure you stock up before then on some summer reading from the wide array of books to suit every taste. 

 SRRC 2014 Environment Grant

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Once again the Council have recognised the valuable work Landcare do removing weeds and restoring rainforests on Council Reserves by awarding us funds to continue that work in 2014. Part of this year's grant will be used to support the participation of Conservation Volunteers Australia at two of our sites.


Watch this space for further developments!

Tamborine Bush Volunteers: Twenty-fifth anniversary

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The TBVs have been working on the mountain since 1988, doing great work in our national parks - removing invasive weeds, revegetating areas and maintaining paths and bridges.


We congratulate the group on their work, which complements our own so well. A number of our sites adjoin the national parks which form a significant part of Landcare's Biodiversity Corridors Project.





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