All the bears came out to play at the 2019 Tambo Teddy Bears Picnic held on Saturday 21st September. Run by the Tambo Tourism and Business Association this year's picnic was a fun-filled family day celebrating Teddy bears, our local icon. There was rock painting, teddy bear craft, face-painting, teddy bear parades, circus workshops [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Are you heading to the Outback these school holidays? Well , Tambo is a must stop! We might be a tiny town, but we have plenty to see and do for all the family. There is FREE camping at Stubby Bend, you can set up camp on the banks of the mighty Barcoo, a [...]
The Teddy Bear Crossing signs in Tambo are one of a kind! Originally installed outside the old Tambo telegraph office which was the building where Tambo Teddies first began, it was necessary to have the signs shifted when the business out grew the little community premises and shifted into a larger building [...]
Shady Downs Charlotte is a very special Tambo Teddy Bear; a "Mrs Stockman" bear who was handcrafted especially as a gift for Princess Charlotte. Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were presented with a Stockman Basil bear called "Baneda Bob" on behalf of the people of Queensland. This year when the little [...]
Tambo Teddies are helping the Australian Koala Foundation by forming a partnership with the Australian Koala Foundation to help our native koalas in the wild.
Prince George was given a Mr Stockman, Baneda Bob, last year by the Queensland Government on behalf of the people of Queensland. And this month when Princess Charlotte came on to the scene we decided she needed her very own Tambo Teddy!