Cart 0

Events at Books of Buderim

Classics Book club at Books of Buderim near mooloolaba


Held at Books of Buderim

@10.30am on Monday morning on the following dates:

5th June: “HardTimes” by Charles Dickens


New Release Book Club at Books of Buderim near palmwoods


AT BOOKS OF BUDERIM: Bringing communities together

Wednesday evenings at 6 pm on the following dates:

12th July…Exit West

Event details on facebook

Benefits of joining a Book Club: To expose yourself to some books that you may never have thought to try. I have read some books that I would never have picked off the shelf but loved and learned so much from. My reading interests expanded 100 fold after joining a

My reading interests expanded 100 fold after joining a book club and taking on new authors, styles and genres. I didn’t know there were so many interesting books and before the book clubs, The books you read will never be the same or limited after you’ve joined a book club.

We are having a baby girl! (2)

Words Alive
Acting Monologue Evening – Books On Buderim

Young actors and performers  (13-18-year-olds) of the Sunshine Coast are performing short poetry and extracts from plays before Eisteddfod events

After long practice sessions and teacher training, our young performers are getting ready to show off their skills at entertaining through verse. It will be a wonderful night of interesting presentations over fairy lights. Bring along the family to support our community performers and have a night of entertainment.

Cheese and nibbles and drinks provided (small donation appreciated).

Friday 21st July  at 5pm for 5:30pm start

Please contact Books of Buderim ( if you’d like to perform on the evening. I will respond after 6th July due to holidays.

Book voucher prizes of $30 for the top 3 performers on the night, proudly donated by CottonTree ENT.
Students supported fabulously by Buderim Youth Theatre of Excellence (BYTES)
Wal Walker at Books of Buderim close to maroochydore

Morning tea with Wal Walker, author of Jane and D’Arcy

Friday, August 4 at 10 AM – 1 PM

On the 200 anniversay of Jane Austen’s death(1775-1817) Australian author Wal Walker makes the groundbreaking claim that colonial surgeon D’Arcy Wentworth (1762-1827) was the love of her life.
Austen readers have long detected the complex emotional experience revealed in her writing is at odds with the portrait created by relatives of an unworldly, withdrawn, utterly respectable spinster aunt.

By juxtaposing extensive research into Wentworth’s life with the emotions, characters and events in Austen’s writing, Walker makes a very creditable case for the Irish-born Sydney colonial doctor as the object of her passionate love.

Come and meet Wal Walker before he heads of to Sydney and touring to discuss this complex love affair and other interesting facts from this time period.

Shona Innes discussing her new books at Books of Buderim, close to mountain creek

Shona Innes:

A nationally recognised forensic and clinical psychologist, consultant, peer supervisor, speaker and workshop presenter, author and media commentator for mental health issues, Author of Big Hug Books, a series of picture books designed to gently talk about topics that many find emotional.  Shona has 2 new books coming out in August. Be amongst the first to hear her talk about her new books.