The sports provision at TMC includes three levels of participation. 



Our inclusive internal sport program that allows students to choose from a variety of sports. The sporting groups in Secondary School are arranged with mixed genders and age groups and the focus is on fun, fitness, skill development and game play. 

In the Junior School the sporting provision is based in year groups and all students participate in a wide variety of sports. 


We have a vibrant House Competition and have three major carnivals annually: 

  • Swimming
  • Cross Country
  • Athletics


Hinterland Independent Alliance SPORT

Beyond internal sport TMC participates in the Hinterland Independent Alliance (HIA) and over the course of the year we participate in sporting events against the Hills International College and The Kooralbyn International School. 


District, Regional and State Sport

We are also a member of the Hinterland District Sports Association, the South Coast Regional Sports Association, the Queensland School Sport Association and students can qualify for the School Sport Australia National Championships through the provisions we have at TMC.

Internal School Sport - Level 1

We encourage all students to play sport at TMC and in the Secondary School have major sports and minor sports that are conducted on Wednesday afternoon. During term four students are given the opportunity to go off site and participate in recreational sport. We use facilities on site and in the local area. 

The sports choices change each term and students are able to select their preference.

House Sport Events

The School runs a variety of House Sports Carnivals each year. In term one students are able to participate in the Swimming Championships, in term two the Cross Country Championships and in term three the Athletics Championships. Ribbons are awarded at all carnivals for first, second and third place in each age group. At the conclusion of each carnival ‘Age Championships’ are awarded to the individuals that score the most points for their House. At the conclusion of each year the House Cup is awarded to the winning House. The ‘Melbourne Cup’ is contested by Kyle House, Nicholls House and Walton House.

- TMC 10-19 Years Swimming Championships – Runaway Bay 50m Swimming Pool

- TMC 5-9 Years Swimming Championships – Tamborine Mountain Pool

- TMC Prep to Year 12 Cross Country Championships – Long Road Sports Complex

- TMC 10-19 Years Athletics Championships – Jimboomba Athletics Centre

- TMC 5-9 Years Sports Day – Long Road Sports Complex

Hinterland Independent Alliance Sport - Level 2

The HIA was founded to provide a Schools Association in the Hinterland area of South-East Queensland to provide Sporting, Cultural and Social opportunities for the students of all three member Schools. 

In a sporting context the Association allows students to participate in six Inter-School Sporting competitions. 

The HIA runs a Swimming, Cross-Country and Athletics Carnival as well as three sporting exchanges throughout the year. These competitions are timed to complement the TMC Internal school sporting program and are aligned to the District, Regional, State and National representative sporting competitions. 

All HIA events and focused on participation, fun and activity and students from all three schools enjoy the opportunity to be involved.

Representative Sport - Level 3

TMC is a member of the Hinterland District Sports Association, The South Coast Regional Sports Association, The Queensland School Sport Association and our students can qualify for the School Sport Australia National Championships through our sporting provision. 

Students can nominate to trial in a wide variety of sports and we have numerous students selected for representative teams in the representative pathway. The sports that are offered include: Australian Football, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross Country, Diving, Football, Futsal, Golf, Hockey, Netball, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Softball, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis, Touch Football, Track and Field, Triathlon and Volleyball.

Recreation Sport

In term 4 with the competitive sports season finishing its district trials and with the HIA sports season over, students from TMC are given the opportunity to participate in a program of recreational activities. Students can choose between activities such as Surfing, Sailing, Wakeboarding, Golf Range and many others. 

The activities vary from year to year and the program is integrated into the fee structure of the school. This program occurs within the school day but lesson time are adjusted to allow for increased travel times to some venues.

Sports Uniform

The Sports Uniform at TMC is a dual purpose uniform that acts a whole School PE shirt for both HPE and Sport as well as providing House colours for House Competitions. 

The sports uniform should be clean and complete. The sports uniform is worn to school on Sports Day and sporting occasions. Students should appear presentable at all times. 

Sports shoes and laces must be of neutral colour and be appropriate cross-trainers. A sports hat is to be worn outside as part of the sports uniform.

Our Sports Facilities
On the Beacon Road site, the School has available:

• 2 x 5-a-side Football Pitches

• 1 x Basketball Half Court

• 1 x Early Years Football Pitch

• The Strength and Conditioning Centre

At the Long Road Sports Centre, the School has available:

• 1 x Floodlit Full Size Football Pitch

• 1 x Floodlit Full Size Rugby Pitch

• 2 x 7-a-side Football Pitches

• 2 x Astroturf Cricket Wickets

• 1 x Cricket/AFL Oval with Turf Square

• 4 x Netball Courts

• Park Run Course for Cross Country

• Amenities block and function room

Code of Conduct

School Sport Australia offer the sporting ideals of fairness, honesty and integrity which are central to the code of practice for students, officials and spectators.


• Be a good sport

• Play for enjoyment

• Strive for personal excellence

• Work hard for your team as well as yourself

• Treat all team mates and opponents as you enjoy being treated yourself

• Play by the rules

• Cooperate with team and game officials

• Control your Conduct on and off the field

• Learn to value honest effort, skilled performance and improvement

Inappropriate Conduct

• Having or consuming alcohol

• Having or using other illegal drugs or substances

• Smoking

• Sexual activities

• Sexual harassment

• Criminal offences

• Swearing or abusing others

• Physical violence

• Harassment or vilification including the use of Social Media

• Breaking team curfews

• Refusing to comply with instructions

• Poor sportsmanship or cheating