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Events at Jimbour House

Every year Dalby Regional Arts Council is privileged to host a number of performances at heritage listed Jimbour. This year two events will take place inside the homestead with the rare opportunity to enter the home of the Russell family.  The history and ambience of the Drawing Room provides a unique and special setting for the intimate concerts.     

The gardens are open to the public for a small fee, with a recent addition being the interpretive ‘Living History Walk’. For more information on Jimbour go to


Community Events

Sunday 13 December 5pm
  Treasures featuring soprano Tarita Botsman and renowned pianist Glenn Amer
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Recent Events

Sunday 31 May 2015 2pm

Music on the Mountain, Bunya Mountains 2pm
Cool Nights Big Band

The Cool Nights Big Band is a contemporary 16 piece ensemble based in Toowoomba.
Come relax with friends at the beautiful Bunya Mountains and treat your senses to a selection of jazz incorporating Pop, Rock, Latin and Swing that will have your toes tapping for hours.

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Wednesday 11 March 2015
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Gallipoli @ Our Lady Southern Cross College, Multipurpose Centre 2

A play that every young Australian should see.


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September 19 2014 Regional Arts Council Dalby presents The Beggars Sing

The Beggars SING @ Dalby Bowls Club, Patrick Street, Dalby 6.30pm

The Beggars “The best Australian vocal band since the seekers” present SING!
A cabaret tribute to the great vocal groups.

Hits from Peter Paul and Mary, The Mamas and the Papas, The Seekers, The Weavers, The Bee Gees, The Chordettes, The Mariners, The Beggars and many more masterpieces of folk, pop and novelty songs.

August 23 2014 Antony Peebles presented by Regional Arts Council Dalby

Antony Peebles @ Jimbour House, 1pm

Join internationally renowned concert pianist Antony Peebles in an intimate concert in the drawing room of Jimbour House featuring pieces by Chopin, Liszt, Schubert and Brahms.

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