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Tambo is sheep country!

Tambo is sheep country! The district was discovered by Sir Thomas Mitchell in 1846 and first settled in the early 1860s, the town itself was gazetted in 1863. By 1864 there were 64,000 sheep grazing across the vast Mitchell grass downs country. By 1893, the sheep population was over 570,000 and the people population

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Shopping for Teddy Bears at Tambo Teddies

We Love Our Customers

Our customers love Tambo teddy bears and at Tambo Teddies we love our customers. We love our customers so much we have developed a loyalty program. The program began in April 2019. We have wanted to get it going for a while, but it took a bit to get it set up and working

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Tambo teddy bear

DNA Tambo

We were excited to be a part of the Australian Wool Networks’ launch of their DNA Tambo program at the Tambo Stock Show last Saturday (April 27th). Featuring wool grown locally at Lansdowne Station, AWN presented their DNA program whereby consumers can trace the origins of their garments and learn the back story of

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Ten Things We Love about Tambo

Tambo is the home of our beautiful Tambo Teddies and is quite well known as the Outback Teddy Bear Capital. Even though its a small town, only having a population of around 400 people, there is plenty to love about Tambo. Here are the top ten things we love about our town: 1. Tambo

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Tambo Teddy Aussie Koala Bears

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, OI, OI, OI

Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk has been heard to say, ‘There is nothing more Queensland than a Tambo Teddy’ and we couldn’t agree more and would like to take the statement a wee bit further……’There is nothing more Australian than a Tambo Teddy!’ Or is there? What about our Tambo Teddy Aussie Animals? They are

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