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Can you believe it? It’s almost December which means everyone’s favourite holiday is just around the corner.

Contentsttss 6-7 Events and Christmas lights


Christmas is a time of giving, spreading joy and spending time with precious friends and family, and luckily for us here on the Sunshine Coast, it’s also a season of summer!

Christmas ham and seafood tips and recipes

Give us beach barbeques, surfing trips and sunset bike rides over fireplaces and ugly sweaters any day!

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This 40-page guide will show you exactly how to make the most of this glorious holiday in true Sunny Coast style.


Inside you will find the best events including carols, light shows and festive markets, Ingenious gift ideas, a guide to summer dining and much more. Embrace your inner chef or become the bartender you’ve always wanted to be, with our Christmas themed naughty and nice recipes. Or if Christmas for you is all about helping others, then learn how you can harness the true spirit of giving by getting involved with Sunshine Coast charities that need it the most. So, for everything Christmas from the tree trunk, to the finishing star and all the tinsel in between, the Ultimate Guide to Christmas on the Sunshine Coast is your one-stop shop.

10-11 Naughty and Nice festive recipes

18 Great experiences for Christmas

22-25 Gifts galore for kids, home, him and her

26-27 Summer dining

29 Christmas movies




30-31 Christmas Day styling by Danni Morrison

33 Markets guide

35 Christmas jokes

FEATUREs sALEs MAnAGER: Jess Watson jessica.watson@scnews.com.au wRITERs: Annie Caughey, Karina Eastway, Danni Morrison cOvER phOTO: Brigitte, George and Josh Cox with 'Santa on the Beach' at Peregian Beach DEsIGn & LAYOUT: Pete Coram The Ultimate Guide to Christmas on the Coast is published by News Corp Australia. Those who make advertising placement and/or supply copy material or editorial submissions to the magazine undertake to ensure that all such material does not infringe the Trade Practices Act or other laws, regulations or statutes. Further to the above-mentioned, these persons agree to indemnify the publisher and/or its agents against any investigations, claims or judgements.


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December 8 Carols at Cotton Tree, 4.30pm – 8pm Cotton Tree Park, The Esplanade come and enjoy a wonderful christmas celebration with entertainment, food and fun. Bring a blanket or chair and join the local community for a night of great talent singing much-loved christmas carols with a special visit from santa.

December 11 54th Peregian Beach Christmas Carols 5pm – 10pm Peregian Beach Park hosted by peregian Originals the masters of live music, you can be sure it’s going to be a great show. There will be local bands lighting up the dance floor, performances from suncoast calisthenics and a celebrity visit from santa claus at 6pm, followed by fireworks at 9pm.

Buderim Community Carols 6pm, for 6.30pm start on the Buderim Village Park stage Bring your chairs or rugs, enjoy the sausage sizzle, other treats, and sing along! with a special visit from santa.

December 14-23 USC Solar Nights 6.30pm – 9.30pm solar nights is an ethereal, interactive light trail on the University of the sunshine coast campus for the whole community to enjoy. It is a celebration of environmental sustainability after the university partnered with energy experts veolia to solar power its entire campus.

December 14-january 25 Caloundra Twilight Markets 5pm – 9pm Bulcock Beach You know its summer when the caloundra Twilight Markets start up again! wander along Bulcock Beach and browse numerous stalls selling everything from clothing and jewellery to handmade soaps and artisan products. while you’re there, take in the captivating view of the sun setting over the iconic Glass house Mountains.

December 15 Nambour Community Carols, 3pm – 8.15pm Nambour Showgrounds From 3pm onwards you’ll be spoiled for choice as you browse through the twilight christmas market with over 40 stalls on display. Enjoy a fun-filled concert featuring local artists and a special visit from santa. Be sure to bring along a picnic rug so you can enjoy the closing fireworks at 8pm.

December 21 Eumundi Christmas night market 5pm – 9pm 80 Memorial Dr, Eumundi One of the region’s most famous markets puts on its santa hat for the annual Eumundi christmas markets. Find the perfect gift for your family member, friend, colleague or pet as hundreds of stallholders set up for the twilight event. But don’t get there too late because santa will be arriving by firetruck at 5.30pm sharp.

Carols on Kings, 4.30pm – 8pm Kings Beach Amphitheatre, Caloundra come and enjoy a festive christmas celebration with entertainment, food and fun. Bring the entire family and bask in a blissful summer evening filled with local talent, popular carols and a special visit from santa. Glasshouse Country Community Carols, 4pm – 8.30pm Beerwah Sportsgrounds, Beerwah celebrate christmas in true “Aussie style’ at the community carols in Beerwah. There will be a little bit of everything, including guest artists, dancers, choirs performing sing-a-long christmas carols, activities for children, food stalls and pre-show entertainment. closing with a fireworks display! Coolum Christmas in the Park, 7pm – 9pm Tickle Park, Coolum Beach Family friendly carols under the twinkling stars. Bring your blanket and your best singing voice!

December 22 Christmas Boat Parade 6.30pm – 8.30pm Sunshine Coast Afloat, public boat ramp, 51 Parkyn Parade Mooloolaba come and watch residents from all over the region ‘deck the sails’. The annual parade attracts locals and tourists alike for a fun evening celebrating the christmas spirit in true sunshine coast style.

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how to have a PerfeCt evening Christmas light looking You don’t have to wait until dark for the fun to begin. start by packing a picnic basket with a christmas' style dinner. we’re talking deli roast beef, ham, pasta salad, potato salad and bread rolls. why not even bring along some bonbons to really get the kids into the christmas spirit? Once dinner is all packed, head to your nearest beach and set the whole family up for a sunset dinner. As the sun disappears and the stars come out to play it’s almost time to start the trip, but first, hOT chOcOLATE. Take the family to a favourite coffee shop and order everyone’s favourite drink whether that be coffee, a chai latte or a christmas themed mint hot chocolate, it will be the perfect treat to bring along to your evening adventure. Before the trip, ensure you’ve looked up the sunshine coast Daily’s christmas light registry that lists all the participating houses in the region. This will be available in both the paper and online from December 8. however, as a starting point, in previous years Rainsford place in Buderim, Bainbridge circuit in sippy Downs and chevallum Road in chevallum have been popular crowd favourites. when you have hit all the spots on your list, it’s time for the closing ceremony. This year from December 14 to 23 the University of the sunshine coast is hosting an incredible event solar nights. The campus will transform into a lit-up wonderland for residents to explore. completely powered by renewable sources the inaugural event showcases the efficiency of sustainable energies and the prospects of their future. All in the christmas spirit of course! If you want to include your property in this year’s register visit: sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/2018christmaslights

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Who doesn’t love old-style Christmas ham? Seriously, they are delicious - perfect on your plate next to some potato salad, roast lamb and pretty much any side dish in existence. But every year the Christmas ham seems to be the gift that keeps on giving, with leftovers well outlasting their due by date.

Fresh meats bourbon maple mustarD GlazeD ham Ingredients:

✩ 10-12 kg Fresh Meats Double Smoked Christmas ham

✩ ½ cup maple syrup

✩ 4 tbsp Whole grain mustard

✩ 1 tbsp bourbon

✩ 1 tbsp Whole cloves

✩ ½ cup brown sugar

✩ 2 sprigs fresh rosemary


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1. Preheat oven to 170°

If you hate seeing delicious food go to waste then why not try giving this ancient trick a go.

2. Cut rind below the hock and peel off. With knife tip, lightly score fat in crosshatch pattern roughly 2cm by 2cm

First and foremost, be sure your fridge temperature is below 4°C. If your fridge has cool patches wedge the ham in these areas. The colder the temperature the longer your ham will last.

3. Stud each square with cloves 4. Place ham in large roasting pan and bake loosely covered with foil 5. Combine brown sugar, maple syrup, bourbon and mustard in bowl. Whisk until smooth 6. Check ham after 2 to 2½ hours. When thermometer inserted in centre of thickest part (not touching the bone) registers 60,° generously glaze on all sides 7. Bake for 30 minutes, reglaze and return to oven for another 30 minutes 8. Ready to cool, carve and serve

To ensure your ham doesn’t dry out in these ‘chilly conditions’, wrap the leftover meat in a clean moist tea towel. When dampening the tea towel add a splash of vinegar. This is where many people go wrong. Wrapping a dry tea towel around the ham won’t protect it from the temperature – the moistness combined with the vinegar will seal in the freshness. After you have wrapped your ham place the entire bundle in a re-usable seal bag or alternatively a clean pillow case. Be sure to change the tea towel and bag or pillow case every couple of days! Follow these simple steps and your ham has no chance of outlasting your stomach. It’ll stay fresh for weeks to come –ensuring you get to eat every last bit.

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We are fast approaching December which can only mean one thing, seafood! Living in our beautiful coastal region prawns, fish and crab have become a delicious Christmas staple! So, take advantage of our blessing living next to the ocean with these easy Christmas seafood ‘how to's.’

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❄ When buying whole fish pay close attention to the eyes and scales. Freshly caught fish will have shiny eyes, so if you notice they are dull or cloudy there’s a strong chance the fish has been sitting there for a while. The same goes for the skin, the fresher the fish the shiner the skin and scales will be. ❄ It can be overwhelming, especially in a fish market but seafood should always smell fresh. The unfavourable ‘off’ smell is not a sign of good seafood, like any other meat product it is an indication the product is old.

❄ Similar to steak, fish meat should be dense and springy. If a fish feels soft, gooey or mushy, trust us, it will not bring you Christmas glee.



When thawing your frozen prawns soak them in salty water. This will help lock in the flavour as they defrost.

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✩ 1 cup mayonnaise ✩ 3 tbsp tomato sauce ✩ 1 tsbp lemon juice ✩ 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce ✩ 1 tsp hot sauce (optional) ✩ 1 tsp horse radish (optional) Method: 1. In a medium bowl combine all ingredients with whisk with salt and pepper to taste. 2. Dip peeled prawns and enjoy! Source: Fresh Meats Wises Road

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Prawns are the Christmas favourite for a lot of Australians and the clever seafood industry is well aware of this. In the month of December often we see the prices of prawns rise significantly, especially in larger grades like the popular King Prawn. This year to bank a buck try buying your prawns early. If done correctly, frozen prawns can be just as fresh and tasty as unfrozen varieties. So, clear out some space in the freezer and stock up everybody!

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Christmas is all about giving but for many Sunshine Coast residents, it’s not about presents and toys, it’s about giving back to the local community. It’s a busy season that seems to overload everyone’s schedules but finding time to lend a helping hand is what makes the holiday so special. Here are just a few examples of how you can help spread Christmas joy.

a Festive Feast While volunteers from Oz Harvest dedicate their entire year to feeding our region’s homeless and disadvantaged, during Christmas time that work becomes all the more special. Many homeless individuals often feel isolated from their family or the surrounding community and during the holidays that disconnection can intensify. That’s why throughout the Christmas period Oz Harvest ramp up the campaign asking the Sunshine Coast community to donate non-perishable food items. The more items they can get, the more meals the organisation can provide to help those who may not get to enjoy that Christmas Day feast feel loved and included. In the four years since its beginning, the charity has re-distributed more than 200,000 kilograms of food in the local region, which is equivalent to around 600,000 meals – that means a whole lot less hungry residents and a whole lot less wasted food. This Christmas get involved with the Oz Harvest’s annual food drive. Drop off locations are situated at the Noosa Civic Shopping Centre’s Little Community Pantry, as well as the organisation's headquarters at 1/39 Dacmar Road, Coolum Beach. For large donations, Oz Harvest volunteers can potentially organise pick up. Visit the Facebook page for more information. facebook.com/pg/OzHarvestSunshineCoast

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a little can Do a lot Not only is St Vincent de Paul a great place to find unique and costeffective gifts for loved ones, but the organisation also supports struggling Australians all year round. But at Christmas time, when everyone seems to be on holiday with enough spare time to clear out their homes and wardrobes, the donations flood through the doors of shopfronts all around the country. And like everyone else, Vinnies volunteers treasure the festive season and take the opportunity to spend extra time with their families. This creates a new opening for the not-for-profit to welcome new volunteers on board. By volunteering over the Christmas period, individuals can meet other like-minded friends and enjoy the festive spirit along with the fun and frivolity that the season brings to many. Sunshine Coast residents can get involved by popping into their nearest store or visit www.vinnies.org.au

FeelinG the Festive spirit? The Sunshine Coast hosts an abundance of not-for-profit organisations that contribute to the local community and what better time to get involved than Christmas? Volunteer cooking meals for the homeless, care for the disabled or get involved in environmental conservation– whatever it is that you feel a connection with, there is a group awaiting your help. Volunteers can find the best organisations to suit their interests through Volunteering Sunshine Coast. Volunteering Sunshine Coast operations manager Mark Hancock said the organisation ensures that other not-for-profit charities comply with legislation related to volunteering, so its members are always safe and covered while donating their time. To find how you can get involved helping the community this Christmas, call Volunteering Sunshine Coast at 5443 8256.

all wrappeD up In Nambour, during the Christmas season members from the local Lions Club inhabit every shopper’s worst nightmare – the mall. From December 10-24, volunteers donate their time to wrap the presents of gift-buyers in return for a small donation. This saves Christmas in two ways. One, shoppers are relieved from the harrowing task of making an oddly-shaped, bumpy, awkward present look tree worthy, and two, they raise funds for local charities at a time when they need it most. Last year volunteers from the Nambour Lions Club raised nearly $3,000 for the Sunshine Coast Leukaemia Foundation that supports local patients who need to travel to Brisbane regularly for treatment. Aside from the satisfaction of helping others, Nambour Lions president Dawn Hebblewhite said many of the members get involved with the initiative simply because they have a great time. “It makes it feel like Christmas doesn’t it?” Dawn said. “The people we meet are very interesting and we all end up having such a fun time, by the end, we’re a little family. “I'd like to thank the Nambour Plaza who donate all our supplies to us.” Shopping centre visitors can also stock up on Christmas goodies when visiting the wrapping stall, as members sell their own Christmas cakes with the funds goingg directlyy into communityy projects run by the club. Anyone, Lions member or not, can volunteer this year to help with the gift wrapping. If interested in participating email Dawn at pwlionsclub@gmail.com Dawn Hebblewhite/ Nambour Lions president

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✩ 2 large egg yolks

✩ ⅛ tsp clove powder

✩ 1 whole large egg

✩ ⅛ tsp nutmeg powder

✩ 1¼ cup milk

✩ ½ tsp cinnamon powder

✩ 6 tbsp sugar ✩ ½ tsp vanilla

✩ ¾ cup milk or heavy cream to add later ✩ Chai mix

✩ ¼ tsp ginger powder

Method: 1. In a saucepan, add the milk and spices and let the mix come to a simmer while on medium-low heat. Do not let it boil. 2. In a bowl, add the egg yolks and the whole egg, beat for one minute. Add the sugar and vanilla and beat until fluffy. 3. Tamper the egg mixture by adding the milk mix slowly while whisking. Pour the whole milk mix and continue whisking. 4. Return the egg and milk mixture to the saucepan and keep whisking while on medium heat for 3 minutes. The mixture is going to get thick. 5. Remove from heat and strain through a strainer. Add ¾ cup of milk or heavy cream and mix well. Let it cool completely and then refrigerate. 6. Top with a sprinkle of chai mix. Source: www.munatycooking.com



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healthy chocolate anD peanut butter biscuits Serves 6 Ingredients:

✩ ¾ cup rolled oats

✩ ¼ cup apple sauce

Peanut Butter Glaze

✩ ¾ cup wholemeal spelt flour

✩ ¼ cup rice bran oil

✩ 1 tbsp rice malt

✩ 1 tsp vanilla extract

✩ ¼ cup natural smooth peanut butter

✩ ¾ cup almond meal ✩ ⅓ cup cocoa powder ✩ ½ tsp salt

✩ ¼ cup rice malt syrup ✩ 1 tbsp stevia powder

✩ Pinch of salt

✩ 1 egg lightly beaten

✩ 1 tsp baking powder ✩ 1 tsp baking soda ✩ ½ cup almond milk Method: 1. Preheat an oven to 180C (fan-forced), line a large cookie tray with baking paper. 2. In a food processor place the oats and grind until a fine flour is formed. Tip the oat flour into a large bowl along with the spelt flour, almond flour, cocoa, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Give a quick stir to incorporate the ingredients together. 3. Gently heat the rice malt syrup in the microwave for 20-30 seconds until it is runny. Add to the dry ingredients along with the apple sauce, oil, vanilla, egg and almond milk. Mix the ingredients together until a stiff dough is formed. Let the mixture sit for 5 minutes to firm up. 4. Place the mixture into a piping bag with a large end. 5. Pipe donut size circles onto the lined cookie tray. Smooth any edges or bumps on the top with a spatula. Place into the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. Let the cookies completely cool before icing. PEANUT BUTTER GLAzE 1. In a microwave safe bowl add the peanut butter, salt and rice malt syrup. Heat in the microwave for 30 - 40 seconds or until runny enough to drizzle. 2. Stir together and drizzle over the cooled cookies. Source: www.healthymummy.com

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✩ 400 ml can of coconut cream

✩ 1 tsp cinnamon

✩ 5 tbsp good quality cocoa or cacao

✩ 4 tbsp chia seeds

✩ 4 tbsp honey or rice malt syrup

✩ Raspberries and chocolate shavings to serve

✩ 1 tsp vanilla bean paste or vanilla essence Method: 1. Place all of the ingredients into a large mixing bowl. 2. Whisk until well combined. 3. Pour into 6 small bowls or glasses and chill in the fridge until firm (around 3 hrs). 4. Add raspberries and chocolate shavings to serve. 5. To get more of a ‘Christmas’ look sprinkle a bit of icing sugar through a thin sifter on the finished dessert. This will produce a winter snow effect. Source: www.healthymummy.com

DreaminG oF a white christmas crackle Ingredients:

✩ 2 cups of organic brown rice puffs

✩ 1 cup coconut flakes

✩ 1 cup organic dried cranberries

✩ 200g of raw organic white chocolate

✩ 1 cup organic, raw, unsalted pistachios

✩ 200g virgin coconut oil

Method: 1. Melt the white chocolate and coconut oil in a saucepan until smooth. 2. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until well combined. 3. Pour the mixture into a lined baking tray and place in the freezer until firm. 4. Once ready don’t let your delicious crackle melt away! Keep in the fridge between servings.

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mmer inin Here are just a few picks that will have you looking like a professional foodie.

the Dock Make the most of the luscious summer weather by sitting on the outdoor deck of the popular drinking hole, The Dock. situated smack-bang in the middle of the Mooloolaba wharf, customers can dine in high-class style without the high-price cheque. The establishment offers an array of locally produced and brewed wines and beers accompanied by a totally tantalising menu specialising in smoked meats and charcoal grilled delights, whilst still catering for vegetarian. 123 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba

cptn when enjoying a summer’s day exploring the southern end of our region, there is no better place to rejuvenate then cptn on Kings Beach. Love the beach but hate the crowds and sticky sand? Then this is the place for you. shaded by beautiful pandanus trees and stylish umbrellas, you can enjoy an undisturbed meal while soaking in panoramic views of the ocean (sand free). 1/8 Levuka Ave, Kings Beach

So, the rellies are in town and you’ve already done the big ‘at home’ lunch thing. You’re sick of cooking and done with scrubbing dishes and there’s only so many times you can have roast chicken and salad rolls. So now it’s time to hit the town and show your visitors the best the Sunshine Coast has to offer.

noosa waterFront This is a restaurant that will leave your holidayers with a sweet taste in their mouth, so we suggest you save it for the final night. Experience an evening of fine dining while you and your family watch the sunshine fade into twilight. satisfy your palate with ravioli carbonara, a classic Tuscan seafood medley or warming roast duck leg. Mwah Bellissimo! 142 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

pier 33 newly renovated this year, pier 33 has become a beautiful ‘must do’ venue when hosting out-of-towners. The authentic nautical theme and harbourside views will even have you feeling like you’re away on holiday. why not treat yourself to some freshly caught seafood paired with an ice cold glass of sauvignon blanc. pier 33 has it all, calamari, Mooloolaba king prawns, scallops and locally sourced fish. can’t decide? Order a couple of share platters and indulge in everything from lamb shoulder, beef cut with caramelised pear jus or spiced fish tortillas. 33-45 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba

10 toes brewery 10 Toes is as coasty as it gets, located right in the heart of our region at Alexandra heads. The family-owned brewery prides itself on creating beers that are made for locals and embraces the surrounding surf-culture. It’s a place to sit back and relax where you and your guests can mingle and relish in each other’s company. hit up the brewery on Friday’s for weekly pizza specials or hook into some calamari on saturdays. 4/127A Sugar Rd, Alexandra Headland

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The Dock, Mooloolaba


Pier 33, Mooloolaba

This is a great destination, especially if your guests are southerners who are perhaps feeling the heat a tad too much. The hinterland is a great escape in the summer months offering a cooler salvage for over-heated residents. And there is no better place for a family or large group to eat out then the


Maleny hotel. The classic menu offers pub favourites that will satisfy everyone (and we mean everyone). sit outside on the old-style Queenslander deck, enjoy the breeze but be sure to explore the exquisite town of Maleny afterwards! honestly, it’s a must do. 6 Bunya St, Maleny

whale one sunset cruises

head off on a glorious summer cruise and watch the sunshine coast horizon fade away. Your entire group can sit back and relax on the open waters while the wonderful whale One crew organise your dinner. choose between a decadent meat or vegetarian antipasto platter or meander on over to the fully licenced bar. with an open upper deck, it is the sunshine coast’s number one spot to experience a wonderful tropical sunset. The company also offers a christmas lights river cruise that travels down the Mooloolaba river showcasing the best of the waterfront home light displays. 123 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba

social 313 This trendy bar is a killer spot to hang out under the summer stars. The atmosphere is an infusion of urban culture mixed with

Brouhaha, Maleny

The venue has been fast attracting the attention of coast residents for not only its unique ales, lagers, stouts and sours, but for its substantial effort to look after the surrounding environment. Brouhaha promotes a brewery-to-farm-to-plate "circle of life". Using produce strictly from local farmers which reduces the carbon mileage of their products whilst also giving you a fresher meal that is 100 per cent sunny coast grown. so why not pack the crew up in a car, venture out into the lavish landscapes of Maleny and learn a thing or two about beer. island vibes. Decorated from top to bottom in graffiti art and styled with Astroturf and bamboo – it is as much a treat for the eyes as it is for the taste buds. with cheap deals on pizza, beer and cocktails, social 313 is a great place to kick things off on a Friday or saturday for those in search of a good time. On Tuesdays, come along for an outdoor movie, on wednesdays enjoy a pizza and a pitcher or try your luck at the barstool sports on a Thursday. 13 Brisbane Rd, Mooloolaba

brouhaha brewery Brouhaha Brewery is an up and coming local business nestled away in the beautiful hinterland region of the sunshine coast.

6/39 Coral St, Maleny

Flame hill winery A visit to the Flame hill winery is the perfect getaway. This unique winery produces 100 per cent estate-grown wines, hand harvested and sourced from plantings up to 80 years old. The restaurant promotes a paddock to plate experience with much of the meat and fresh produce sourced directly from the property. Guests can enjoy a perfectly paired wine with their meal or participate in a tasting session. It’s something different and it perfectly showcases the hinterland region here on the sunshine coast – it’s sure to impress. 249 Western Ave, Montville

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Nothing says Christmas more than a cheerful (and sometimes corny) Chrissy family flick! Cuddle on the couch at home with some microwave popcorn and a packet of Maltesers. Or better yet, escape the sizzling heat at an air-conditioned cinema. Why not make it an opulent occasion by trying out the brand-new Gold Class Cinemas in Kawana.* Whichever option tickles your fancy, be sure to give these three Christmas releases a red-hot crack.

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The feel-good holiday movie tells the story of a struggling photographer (Kat Graham) who inherits a magical christmas gift that appears to predict the future. will it lead her to love? Or maybe she’ll discover the key to achieving her dreams.

An old christmas favourite is hitting the big screens once again! The 2018 adaption of the Dr suess classic is giving a new life to the grumpy old green Grinch who plots to steal christmas. But an unlikely friendship with someone he deemed ‘the enemy’ warms his heart and changes his mind. The visually stunning representation of the age-old story will be a season favourite for all generations.

From the people who brought you home Alone and harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone.

The cheerful flick stars Kat Graham, Quincy Brown and Ethan Peck. Directed by Bradley Walse and written by Amyn Kaderali. Available to stream on Netflix November 2

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Directed by Yarrow Cheney and Scott Mosier. The Grinch hits cinemas in Australia on November 29

The christmas chronicles stars Kurt Russell as a quirky representation st nick and tells the tale of two siblings who scheme to capture santa claus on christmas Eve. however, what they find isn’t what they expected. They end up joining santa on his deliveries for an epic adventure trying to save christmas before it’s too late. Starring Kurt Russell, Oliver Hudson, Kimberly Williams-Paisley Directed by Clay Katis and written by Matt Lieberman Available to stream on Netflix November 22

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Christmas a I love everything about Christmas – the heat, the carols, friends and family coming together and the sense of giving, but my absolute favourite part is styling my home for the festive season. Come November every year, it’s time for a “practice run.” I set up our formal dining table with Christmas love, festive cheer and everything fabulous preparing for Christmas Day. We’re now just


one month out from the big day, so if Christmas styling is hot on your agenda, here are some tips! Select a colour scheme. Choose a colour that is in keeping with the style of your home. This creates a beautiful consistency from your dining table, to your tree and throughout your home without feeling disjointed. Personally, I love to mix gold and silver with one or two feature colours and this year I’m using navy and turquoise to complement my Hamptons style home on the coast. Layer colours, patterns and textures. An example of this would be your tablecloth, placement, the plate itself and any décor sitting on top of your plate - make sure there are no two colours or patterns sitting together. This takes a little forward planning but I promise you’ll be satisfied with the result. If you’re looking to introduce a certain style or theme to your festive decorating, patterns, in particular, are a great way to add interest to your arrangement. “Keep it fair and make it square”. When you’re entertaining for the masses it’s important to ensure each individual setting is even. By keeping each place setting within a square or rectangle not only looks great but allows each guest their own small piece of real estate.

Create a beautiful centrepiece that will act as the focal point for your table setting. Place smaller décor items along the table to compliment the centrepiece and tie everything together by strategically placing quality garland and baubles. Replicate the colour scheme from your table to your tree, again separating the colours between tinsel, fairy lights and ornaments. Large bows, thick tinsel and feature ornaments are on trend this year so have fun and even match your gift wrapping to your tree for bonus styling points. Decorating your home for Christmas doesn’t need to be expensive. Fill empty coffee jars with chocolates, glass vases with candy canes or Christmas décor and recycle paper and boxes where you can. Once you’re satisfied with your beautiful styling, take a photo and give yourself a pat on the back. When the family arrives and trashes your home within seconds, just remember to enjoy your day and don’t worry about it. Well, at least until next year anyway… For more interior design inspiration, visit www.designbydanni.com

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Beat the crowds at exhausted shopping malls and stroll stress-free through one of the Sunshine Coast’s many summertime markets. Find the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy friend or family member or pick-up the freshest local produce to whip up the perfect holiday feast. You will find an endless amount of handmade, ethical and unique gifts. But if you’re that guy who really hates shopping, hit up one of the many food truck vendors and veg out and leave it to the professionals (the ladies.)

coolum twiliGht markets 4pm to 8pm, December 8 to January 19 Tickle Park, Coolum Beach A vibrant market on the beachfront with about 60 stalls held every Friday for nine weeks over the Christmas and New year period. Visit: coolum.com.au

biG pineapple markets

6.30am to 1pm, every Saturday The Big Pineapple, Nambour Connection Rd, Woombye Fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, chicken, seafood, delicatessen products and specialty goods. Everything you need for a tantalising Christmas spread! Visit: bigpineapple.com.au

calounDra street Fair

8am to 1pm, every Sunday Bulcock Beach, Caloundra

Immerse yourself in a street market featuring over 200 unique stalls. There is something for the whole family with activities for kids, handcrafted locally made products, art and live entertainment. Enjoy fresh local food and flowers, fresh juices, tasty breakfasts, coffee, lunch and delicious sweet treats. Visit: caloundrastreetfair.com.au

sunshine coast collective markets

8.30am to 12.30pm, December 9 and December 23 Coolum Primary School Sunshine Coast Collective Markets isn’t just your average market. It is a collective of over 90 local Sunshine Coast designers, musicians, artists, foodies, creators, vintage wares and lifestyle lovers. No mass produced or cheap imported products to be found! So, if you

have a person to buy for that is a tad on the ‘fussy side’ this will be the perfect place to find a one-of-a-kind present. Visit: sunshinecoastcollectivemarkets.com.au/

kawana Farmers market

7am to noon, every Saturday Kawana Waters State College, Sportsmans Pde, Bokarina Some of the finest and freshest produce of the region, organic fruits and vegetables, and gourmet condiments. Perhaps an easier option for southside Coast residents looking for Christmas recipe ingredients. Visit: kawanawatersfarmersmarket.com.au

eumunDi niGht markets

5pm to 9pm, December 9, 16 and 23 Eumundi Village

Enjoy retail therapy under the stars with a fabulous selection of art and craft stalls at the Eumundi night markets. The village of Eumundi will sparkle, with village shops and trees in the market precinct lit up with Christmas lights. Caplick Park playground will be transformed into an enchanted forest with special animations and attractions including one of Santa's elves climbing an aerial silk circus rig, along with a sensational laser light show. Visit: eumundimarkets.com.au/whats-on/events/night-markets

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niGhts on ocean 5pm to 9pm, December 8 and December 22 Ocean Street, Maroochydore Immerse yourself amongst the bustle of people, the ever changing atmosphere of sounds, fragrances, local art, great food and music well after most places on the Coast have gone to bed. Visit: facebook.com/nightsonocean/

cotton tree markets 7am to 12pm, every Sunday Kings Street, Cotton Tree Enjoy a great day out exploring the market, shopping at the quality retailers, meeting friends for coffee and a bite to eat whilst shopping for the perfect Christmas gift. Visit: cottontreemarkets.com.au/home

5pm to 9pm, December 8 to January 26 (each Friday) Bulcock Beach Esplanade, Caloundra The Twilight Markets Caloundra are set to bring holiday spirit to Bulcock Beach. The markets will operate over the December/ January holiday period and provide over 100 stalls that will line the street of Bulcock Beach, there will also be street entertainment and a wide selection of food stalls, so there is something to amuse the whole family. Visit: caloundrastreetfair.com.au

Fishermans roaD market 6am to noon, every Sunday Fishermans Rd, Maroochydore Fruit and vegies, new and pre-loved clothing, pet treats, hand tools, books, fresh seafood, plants and seedlings, homemade toys and furniture. Tick all the Christmas gift items off the list in one hit! Visit: e-clubhouse.org/sites/mooloolabaau/page-7.php

We are more than just fruit... Fruits of Noosa located on the fringe of the Hinterland, gateway to the famous Eumindi Markets at 777 Eumundi Noosa Road, Doonan with plenty of parking. Fruits of Noosa hosts delicious and tempting products sourced from local suppliers from around Noosa and the surrounding hinterland. We generously cater to all our customers’ needs including, those with special dietary requirements (organic, gluten free, vegan, paleo, dairy free options). Fruits prides itself on personal customer service including, what’s for dinner tonight? School lunches and the husbands turn to cook. Also supplying and delivering wholesale fruit & veg to local restaurants around the Sunshine Coast

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Christmas o es Q: why are christmas trees so bad at knitting? a: Because they always drop their needles.

Q: what do you call a kid who doesn't believe in santa? a: A rebel without a claus.

Q: what do snowmen call their kids? a: chill-dren.

Q: what do you get if you eat christmas decorations? a: Tinselitis!

Q: what do you get if you cross a snowman and a shark? a: Frostbite!

Q: what do you call a cat on the beach at christmas time? a: sandy claws!

Q: what do santa’s elves learn at school? a: The elfabet!

Q: who doesn't eat on christmas? a: A turkey because it is always stuffed.

Q: what kind of motorbike does santa ride? a: A holly Davidson.

Q: what do you call santa's helpers? a: subordinate clauses.

Q: what does everyone sing at a snowman’s birthday party? a: “Freeze a jolly good fellow…”

Q: what do you call an obnoxious reindeer? a: RUDEolph.

Q: what do you get if you cross a christmas tree with an apple? a: A pineapple!

Q: what do you call a sheep who doesn't like christmas? a: Baaaaaaaa humbug.

Q: what do you get if you cross a bell with a skunk? a: Jingle smells!

Q: why can't the christmas tree stand up? a: It doesn't have legs.

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