Be part of sharing the dream and sending a message of peace and support from Scenic Rim and Tamborine Mountain to all the countries and athletes competing in the Games. Watch the cavalcade of over 50 vehicles escorting the Queens Baton as 10 community champions relay the Queens Baton across Tamborine Mountain from the Rotary Lookout  on Main Western Road along the newly opened Main Street Village Greens in North Tamborine.

The Queen’s Baton Relay will commence at 12 noon with a welcome ceremony at Rotary Park Lookout before baton bearers proceed down Main Western Road onto Main Street concluding at 1pm with an official ‘Community Stop’ - Scenic Rim Welcomes the World on Main Street across from the Tamborine Police Station

At Rotary Lookout Aunty Ruby Sims a Wangeriburra elder will be on hand to give a  welcome to country to community champions, Tamborine Mountain residents and visitors alike. The  Mayor Greg Christensen and other dignitaries will be joined by Master of Ceremonies Andrew Wright to entertain the crowds, greet the cavalcade and send the baton bearers on their way.  There will be parking stations around the mountain from where you can hop on a free shuttle bus to take you to vantage spots along the route and to the Shared Fire Celebrations at Geissman oval. These buses will run on a loop from 8.30am till 8.30pm and will only cease running during the actual running of the relay from 12 noon- 1pm.

Parking zones and bus pick up and drop off points will be managed by local community organisations  at Tamborine Mountain State School, Tamborine Mountain State High School, Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds and Tamborine Mountain Sports Complex. There will be extra portaloos at these locations as well as in Main Street, The Rotary Lookout and Geissman oval. There will  be some road closures in place during the relay but you can download a detailed parking and road closure map