Piccabeen Bookshop - Art Galleries / Antiques & Gifts on Tamborine Mountain

Tamborine Mountain & the Scenic Rim area are renowned for the diversity and quality of their artists and artisans. Take the opportunity whilst visiting Tamborine Mountain to call into one of the special Art Galleries that display the wonderful works of these talented and often unique creative people.

As well shopping for antiques and collectables can be a passion for some. On Tamborine Mountain there is a variety of opportunities to find just the piece you have been looking for. Nothing is further than ten minutes away so there is time to visit all the shops and galleries and browse at your leisure. On the last Sunday of the month, the School Markets held on Long Road, opposite the State School, have many and varied stalls with old wares, bric-a-brac and collectables. Good luck and have fun while enjoying the wonderful surroundings of Tamborine Mountain!

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Piccabeen Bookshop

Piccabeen Bookshop 13 Main Street Tamborine Mountain QLD 4272 AustraliaPhone: +61 7 5545 1847Website: http://tamborinemtnlandcare.org.au
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Piccabeen Bookshop Tamborine Mountain

Located down the walkway beside health food shop (Main Street). Second-hand books of quality and variety to interest readers of all ages and interests.

All books and magazines are in great condition and very reasonably priced. Our significant magazine collection is just as varied and just as reasonably priced – 3 magazines for $2!

Your favorite fiction books are easy to find as our collection is sorted a-z by author. The Picabeen’s extensive non-fiction collection is classified and varies from cookbooks through travel, history, health, politics, autobiographies, arts, crafts and much more.

All purchases help fund ranforest regeneration projects on the mountain. Donations of unwanted books and CD’s / DVD’s welcome.

Pop in and purchase a book or 6 – it’s win – win for you and for our wonderful local environment 🙂