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September 25, 2019
Join the Pink Precinct Fun Trail
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Cooroy’s Pink Precinct Fun Trail is one of those typically unique Cooroy events. On Saturday 19th October, Cooroy’s streets will be awash with walkers decked out in weird and wacky pink outfits all participating in a pink treasure hunt. While this event is an outright fun fest it also has an important cause - raising funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and awareness about the most commonly diagnosed disease in Australia that sees 1 in 8 Australian women and 1 in 700 Australian men expected to be diagnosed in their lifetime. Getting involved is simple and sure to be fun. Dress in pink, turn up at the Cooroy Memorial Hall at 8.30am on
Saturday 19 October, purchase a passport for a gold coin donation and then embarked on a fun trail around Cooroy. There are loads of prizes up for grabs for best costumes, raffles and lucky door prizes. All ages and fitness levels can participate in the fun, with previous years seeing everything from prams to canines joining in. Fitbits from Cooroy Chamber of Commerce and Cooroy Future Group Inc and a Childs Bike from Hinternoosa Real Estate are the major prizes. If you can’t participate but would like to donate, there is a fundraising page too: https://fundraise.nbcf.org.au/ fundraiser/carolchrisensen
With many thanks to the generous sponsors Cooroy Chamber of Commerce Inc, Belvedere Newsagency, Cooroy RSL, Cooroy Future Group Inc, Noosa Council, Cooroora Woodworkers Club, Cooroy Camphor Laurel, Cooroy Drapery, Cooroy Harvest Fresh, Countryside Realty Noosa, Wright Cut Meats, Katie Rose Cottage Hospice, Lakeridge Health & Beauty Cooroy, Hinteractive Physio, Hinternoosa Real Estate, Cooroy Country Menswear and Jeanery, Blue Brown Bag, LiveLife Pharmacy, Cooroy Shoes and Accessories, E Fitness, The Shed at Cooroy, SPV Accounting, Lou Lou’s Look, Cooroy Legal Centre, Noosa Springs, Cooroy Golf Club and Nova Star Productions.
COOROY RAG Stylish home + gorgeous pool + 1095sqm of land 4 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Car Offers Over $549,000 This is a fantastic opportunity for those seeking a brilliant location, solid home on a huge 1095sqm block with a gorgeous pool! The location is second to none being right in the heart of Cooroy within the very last stage of the Greenwood Grove Estate, an easy 500m stroll to Cooroy’s CBD. The home has been externally renewed leaving the extremely tidy inside of the home for the new owners to add their own touch. There are four good sized bedrooms in total all with excellent wardrobes and two separate studies. The master bedroom features a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. There are high ceilings through out and an enormous living area which is light and bright with a northerly outlook across the masses of lawned yard area. The kitchen has a lovely outlook to the entertainment area and pool and features gas cooking and a walk in pantry. Hot summer days will be an absolute delight with the large in-ground, concrete pool, you will enjoy swimming in the pool or relaxing under the tiled and covered entertainment area. There is also a lovely north facing deck which overlooks the huge yard. This property represents exceptional value and will not last long, be quick to inspect. Features at a glance • Spacious 4 bed, 2 study, 2 bath home • Within 500m to Cooroy CBD • Set on a quiet cul-de-sac • 20 acres of parkland within the estate • Footpaths straight into town, no need for a car • Gorgeous pool and large covered entertainment area • Huge 1,095sqm of land, loads of lawned area • Massive living area, fire place and high ceilings through out • Kitchen with gas cooking and walk in pantry • Lovely north facing deck Contact Wythes Real Estate 5472 0033.
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Stylish Family Home 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 2 Car $639,000 There is no need to build as all the hard work has been done. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, low set home set on a 653ms block of land set in the lovely town of Cooroy in the Noosa Hinterland on the Sunshine Coast Queensland. Enter the home by formal large door which features beautiful modern decor, high ceilings and open plan living areas including a media room. The well appointed stylish kitchen comes with stone benches stainless steel cooking appliances and dishwasher with the bonus of the butlers pantry with servery to the large under cover outdoor entertainment area. The main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite is positioned at one end of the home and 3 good size bedrooms with built-in wardrobes at the other end, close to the main bathroom and laundry. The double lockup garage with internal access and higher ceiling is ideal for a 4WD. The home is surrounded by beautiful landscape gardens and is high and dry looking out to the Cooroy hinterland. Positioned within walking distance to schools, shops, clubs and sporting grounds and only minutes’s away from Noosa lifestyle at its best or catch the train from Cooroy to Brisbane only 1.5 hours away. All the hard work is done you just need to move in and enjoy. Contact Wythes Real Estate 5472 0033.
Noosa Country Show draws big crowds Under gorgeous blue skies the 110th annual Noosa Country Show attracted thousands of locals last weekend, and they went home happy. Organisers of this year’s show said there was something for everyone and the ticket sales proved it. Few country shows have stood the test of time as well and the Pomona showground is still the hub of the community in the town where Noosa Shire was originally formed so many years ago. For two full days, the main arena was full of horses and activity with people of all ages showing off what they have. Riders from all over regional Queensland came to enter with some as young as five years old. As with all good shows there was sideshow alley, rides of all kinds face painting, great family entertainment and food as far as the eye could see. A massive selection of different goodies meant that show goers were spoiled for choice. Show goers were happy and right into the spirit of the two-day celebration. Our show remains one of Queensland’s premier traditional country shows and thus there was plenty of artwork, baked goods, vegetables and fruit, flowers, jams, photographs, plants and more. Some 18 sections submitting for judging including horses, flowers and fruit and vegetables in categories for kids and adults and a massive variety throughout the pavilion. Show president, Peter Travis said he was delighted how thing all came together over the two days. “It’s been a labour of love again this year, but we’re very happy with the way it all went,” he said. “We’re a passionate show committee and thrilled with the program we assembled for 2019. I really want to thank them for their incredible efforts, al-
(l-r) Bendigo Bank's Jo Winter, Deb Podolczak, Mayor Tony Wellington and Peter Travis were all smiles with QRFB volunteers at the show lowing us to showcase the very best of Noosa Country to so many. We have to thank our many sponsors too. Noosa Council has been a great support along with Simone Flavelle, Jo Winter and the team at the Pomona and Cooroy Community Bank branches of Bendigo
Bank”, Peter added. This year, a great mix of our local school bands and more experienced local acts filled the two stages providing great music and entertainment for fans of all ages. Andrea Kirwin, Robin and the Hoods, Zurich and Brown, Jivers, Better Together and
Uncle Bob’s Jug Band and Smoke ‘n’ Mirrors all packed a punch. Kids enjoyed The Kangagang and the fireworks as the evening entertainment kicked into gear. The Honky-Tonk Rodeo wowed the crowd on Saturday night and horse events took place right
across the two days. Perhaps it was the affordable ticket price is what attracted so many for the two days? A family pass for one day was $35 with kids under 5 years free. If you missed the 110th instalment of this great community get-together, then plan to get along in 2020.
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Christmas in Cooroy is in it’s 15th Year this year and the amazing volunteer committee have come up with some exciting plans to make it bigger and better and best of all it’s still all free! If you haven’t been to Christmas in Cooroy, you’re missing out so make sure you put Saturday 7th December in your diary. It is an afternoon when the community comes together and celebrates. Of course, the amazing Cooroy community spirit makes it such a great afternoon and the program is packed full of fun and entertaining activities! One thing that continues to be a core part of the event is that everything is free, even the rides! This year to celebrate
the 15th birthday of the event, there are more rides than ever before thanks to the very generous businesses in Cooroy! Cooroy Rag have once again sponsored the giant slide, giant castle and giant spinning tea cup ride which have been popular favourites for years. New this year is Laser Tag sponsored by Sunny Coast Accountants which should be loads of fun for all ages. There are giant games like Jenga, Connect Four and checkers thanks to Eden Private Hospital. There is also a Photo Booth thanks to Fiducian Financial Services which means you can take home a photographic memory of all the fun you had
with friends and family. The Cooroy Fish n Chips Santa Sack Races are back and everyone that participates in this old fashioned fun gets a lucky dip prize. Cooroy Legal Centre sponsor a foam party with a foam cannon that fires into a foam pit! It’s a great way to cool down and while you do get wet, you dry off quickly. The mini 4WDs thanks to Madill Motor Group and the Animal Farm with all the cute and cuddly farm babies thanks to Cooroy Menswear & Jeanery are always popular too. There is even free face painting thanks to SPV Accounting and even free popcorn thanks to The Leather Doctor.
There is loads more free activities including the Bendigo Bank Street Parade with a theme of “A Moment in Time” and the Bentleys Great Santa Stroll where you get to dress up in a Santa Suit or
Christmas Costume and raise funds for Leukaemia Foundation. And there is so much more! So jump on the www.christmasin cooroy.com.au website to find out all the details.
Christmas in Cooroy is run by the Cooroy Chamber of Commerce with the support of the Rotary Club of Cooroy and funding from fantastic local business sponsors including Noosa Council, Cooroy Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank, Studio Steel, Mower & ATV Solutions, MTD Australia, Supa IGA Cooroy, Cooroy Rag, Cooroy RSL, NoosaCare Inc, Fiducian Financial Services, The Shed Company, Bentleys Sunshine Coast, Madill Motor Group, Sunny Coast Accountants, Palm Lake Resort, Cooroy Family Practice, Wythes Real Estate, Cooroy Fish & Chips, Cooroy Legal Centre, Gelignite Jacks, Leather Doctor Noosa/Gympie, Live Life Pharmacy, SPV Accounting, Eden Private Hospital, Cooroy Menswear and Jeanery, Sunshine Mitre 10, Hinternoosa, Cooroy Pest Control, SPM Law, Belvedere News, Cooroy Computers and Blue Brown Bag.
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Time to top-up your tanks? Unitywater is encouraging residents who are not connected to the town water supply to check their tanks and book in a water delivery. Unitywater Executive Manager Customer and Community Katherine Gee said that with recent dry weather and no rain forecast, it was a good time to consider topping up tanks. “It’s getting warmer and generally water consumption increases for activities such as watering gardens,” Ms Gee said. “We’re seeing our fill stations for water carriers being used more frequently and some residents may be very close to running out or have run out of water already so it’s really important to check tank levels regularly.
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“We empathise with residents on tank water during this prolonged dry weather and encourage them to think about topping up and contacting their water carrier before they run dry.” Ms Gee said that with the lack of rainfall across South-East Queensland, it was important for everyone to be water wise. “You can limit your showers to four minutes, water the garden in the early morning or late afternoon and make sure appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines are only used when they are full,” she said. See some tips on how you can save water at www.unitywater.com/water-tips.
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Where’s the rolled up Rag? IN each edition of the Cooroy Rag we are placing the photo of the Rolled up Rag (smaller version) in one of the advertisements for you to try and find. All you have to do is email us: editorial @cooroyrag. com.au or post your entry to: ‘Where’s the rolled up rag competition’, PO Box 898, Cooroy, 4563, and let us know which ad you found it in and the page number along with your name, address and phone number so we can send you the Voucher.Win a $25 fruit tray from Cooroy Supa IGA. (We will post it out to you). Last issue’s winner was Judy Harris of Ridgewood who found the Rolled Up Rag in the Caramar ad on Page 18. Entries close October 3.
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Insurance. It remains one of the hottest topics at workplaces and around coast dinner tables after the craziness of the past few weeks. Whatever your current situation, it’s time to take stock. As summer approaches, potential fire, storm and flood events will have a lot of Queenslanders checking insurance policies to ensure that we’re covered for the unthinkable. The danger in all this is to become complacent about insurance and ignore the signs of protecting yourself, your business, your car and home. This continues to leave many coast residents jaded and wary of what their insurance covers them for and perhaps apprehensive about taking out policies for themselves of their business. Now, more than ever, it’s time to remember there is more to an insurance policy than just having a cheap premium. If you have a current policy, make sure you do take those extra few minutes to check what you’re covered for, and if in any way it’s unclear to you, call and ask for clarification on anything you’re unsure of. It would seem there has never been a better time for us all to think about how we can better protect our own assets. It’s also important to make sure we have a quality product and the sum insured is sufficient to replace any loss. If new items have been purchased for the home or business such as furniture or electrical items, remember to increase the contents amount.
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This Friday Sept 27th come along to Cooroy Shoes and Accessories from 10am to 1pm and meet Zoe from NAOT Australia. Maree Millar, owner of Cooroy Shoes says everyone loves NAOT. “It’s the styles and colours that draw your eye but it’s the comfort when you slip your feet into a pair that bring people back for their second, third and fourth pair,” says Maree. The key to NAOT’s success is their footbed, which combines a blend of natural latex and a layer of cork designed to mould to the shape of the foot, absorb shock and remove moisture. This is then coated in a high quality, pampering
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Davies Furniture Court is local family run business and owners, Linda and Mark, are very proud of their service to Gympie, Cooloola, Cooroy and the Sunshine Coast areas over the past 31 years. Not only do they stock a huge range of beautiful furniture at competitive prices, but they’ve also become well known as THE place to go for Lift Chairs and Powered Recliners. “We have always had a good working relationship with local disability service providers in the area and this has grown and developed strongly with the rollout of NDIS,” says Linda. “We value our relationships with Thrive Integrated Health, Suncare and the many other Occupational Therapists and healthcare service providers working in the NDIS sphere. Lift chairs
can be partially subsidised under the NDIS as home care aids.” If you’re considering a new lift chair or even a powered recliner, Davies Furniture has a great range of lift chairs on display so you can be assured to find the chair with the comfort and features to suit your needs. Brands include Lazboy, Australian Made Lanfranco, Furniture Court and many more to suit every taste, budget and need. “Once you’ve made your selection, our dedicated delivery team will have your new lift chair professionally installed in your residence without delay.” Visit Davies Furniture Court today at 3-5 Horseshoe Bend, Gympie, to try our great range and get started on making your life easier.”
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Lions Corner Well the King of the Mountain Festival is over for another year, many thanks to all our volunteers, sponsors and of course the competitors who always amaze us with their athletic abilities. Planning is already underway for next years event. The first part of the festival was our Poker run which was well attended by approximately 150 riders. All riders and passengers enjoyed a run up to Gunalda, had a scrumptious home made morning tea and then back to Pomona Bowls club for the presentation of trophies and prizes. Next event was the Prince and Princess Race which is run on the Saturday before the big race. This is to give our younger runners a taste of the mountain track. Lots of activities take place on the Sunday including the Skate Jam, Bowls tournament, car show, Antiques and Collectables fair, Mountain Bike ride through the forest, 3 km family fun run and crowd favourite the primary school relays. The day culminates in the International Mountain Challenge which is a test of mental and physical ability of all the competitors. You can find the list of all sponsors on our KOM website. We held another Bookfest last weekend with lots of great bargains to be had. Fill a bag for $10 was the catch cry. Keep an eye out for our next one in November. October 12 will be our Trivia night which will be held at the Lions Den Cnr School and Mountain St Pomona. $20 entry includes nibbles, hot supper, tea and coffee and a lucky door prize. Doors open at 6pm ,1st question at 6.30. To book a table phone- 0401597080 Hope to see you there.
Residents warned not to be complacent, with hot, dry weather set to continue Noosa residents need to be on high fire alert, with hot, dry conditions set to continue across the region for at least the next month. Noosa Council’s Local Disaster Coordinator Carl Billingham said the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) was predicting prolonged hot and dry weather into next month. “In the wake of the recent bushfire events we
have had extensive discussions with BOM about the short-term forecast for the region and unfortunately it’s not good,” he said. “Unprecedented hot and dry conditions are forecast for the next month with nil rainfall, making for extremely hazardous conditions. “We’re asking residents not to be complacent as the risk of bushfire is very
real. Take extra care over the coming weeks – uphold fire bans and never throw cigarette butts from car windows. Not only is this dangerous, it’s illegal, and carries fines in excess of $5,222. “The likelihood of bushfires remains high so we all need be vigilant and make sure we are all bushfire-ready,” Mr Billingham said. Developing a bushfire
Noosa District Orchid & Foliage Society Springtime is the most important time in the growing phase of orchids. Most of the plants have flowered and are now producing new growths and new roots; this is the ideal time to repot your collection. Most of the orchids I grow are ephytes (grow on trees) and hate been grown in pots. The potting media which is normally bark should be replaced every 2 years as it breaks down and causes the mix to hold too much moisture, which leads to the roots rotting. I feel the most important part of successfully cultivating Orchids in pots is the fresh media. I try to use the best potting media I can get as I feel my plants deserve that. Thank you to all the people who supported the show in Cooroy and made it a resounding success. The Noosa club meets at the Tinbeerwah Hall each month beginning at 1pm. The objective of the club is to share growing ideas and promote friendship with likeminded people. The next meeting will be on the 5th October. All visitors are welcome. Happy growing. For more information visit the club web site and like us on Facebook.
survival plan and organising go-bags with essential items such as identification documents, prescription medication and clothes is highly recommended. Residents are advised to ensure gutters are cleaned and overgrown vegetation cleared and placed in green waste bins provided by Council. For information on how to be fire-ready, please
visit www.ruralfire. qld.gov.au/ BushFire_Safety/ Pages/default.aspx During bushfire events, keep up to date by listening to your local ABC radio station, visiting the Noosa Council Disaster Dashboard at disaster.noosa.qld.gov.au, or following QLD Fire and Emergency on Twitter @QldFES or Facebook @QldFireandRescueService
Cooroy-Noosa family history group Scottish Family History: At the Heritage Centre, 17 Emerald St Cooroy on Wednesday 25th September starting at 9am, our special guest speaker will be Moira Lowson. For many years Moira has researched her Scottish family history and in this workshop, she provides information that will inform and guide those researchers exploring their Scottish family history. Bookings are essential on phone 3129 0356 or more information from the website, www.genealogy-noosa.org.au
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dining & entertainment Scrumptious scone time
Sconetime host, Martin Duncan, with helper Kerry Martin from Cooroy Country Menswear & Jeanery and MP Marty Hunt Sconetime a wonderful opportunity for older people, along with their carers, companions and family to establish a regular monthly social event. Sconetime Cooroy is held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month! Buy tickets for you, mum, dad, aunty, uncle, pop,
nan or senior neighbour. Our next Cooroy Scone Time with Noosa Black Coffee is on Tuesday 8th Oct at 10am in Cooroy Memorial Hall. Reserve your spot Call Martin on 0473902261 or Book in a senior now https://www.trybooking.com/BFGDP
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SCONE TIME Tuesday 8th October 10am Join local seniors in the Cooroy Memorial Hall to enjoy a scrumptious morning tea of fresh baked scones! Open to all, Scone Time is designed to reignite life into the wonderful old halls of the Sunshine Coast, the event is also a wonderful opportunity for older people, along with their carers, companions and family to establish a regular monthly social event.
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Fiona O’Loughlin set to get Cooroy laughing! The Queen of Australian comedy, Fiona O’Loughlin is set to get Cooroy laughing for one night only at Cooroy RSL on Wednesday 9 October from 8pm. Fiona O’Loughlin is a veteran of the Australian entertainment industry and is one of the most in demand comedians in the country. With a string of awards to her name she has taken her unique story-based comedy around the world and has appeared on numerous television shows such as “Hughesy We Have a Problem”, “Sunrise”, “Spicks and Specks” and even won the title of Queen of the Jungle in the 2018 series of “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here”. O’Loughlin will be supported by one of Australia’s hardest working comedians, Anthony Lamond. Over the last 8 years Anthony has successfully produced over 170 comedy shows and regularly tours with Australia’s best comedians and entertainers. Book now at Cooroy RSL or online at w w w. t r y b o o k i n g . c o m / 547862 as it’s sure to be a sell out! Tickets are $39 per person but don’t delay as a show of this calibre is going to be popular.
dining & entertainment Galah Home raises $450 for Smartpups
Chester Thanks to Bekki Woodcock of Galah Home in Cooroy for holding a fundraiser for Smartpups instore recently. Customers enjoyed wine tastings courtesy of Magic Box wines and a fun right was had by all. Thanks to everyone who attended and bought raffle tickets. A total of $450 was raised for this very worthy charity.
Social ballroom dancing at Pomona Every Tuesday evening from 7 pm to 9.30 pm Pat and Norm Young organise a Social evening at the Pomona Memorial School of Arts Hall - the cost is $ 4-00, which includes supper. It is a very enjoyable evening as Pat and Norm provide New Vogue as well as Old Time Dancing. Come and be a Spectator, and see if you will enjoy it. Everyone is welcome. Phone 0407 456 939 for more information, or come and visit.
dining & entertainment The Journey - A night of songs, stories and musical influences
COOROY RAG Experience The Journey with Barry Charles at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday, September 28. A night of songs, stories and music influences, Barry will be travelling back in time to when he first arrived here on the Sunshine Coast “My life changed to-
tally - the freedom of spirit that I discovered here in the mid 1970’s was establishing itself through the surfing culture as well as the creative and artistic people that I met compared to the city lifestyle that I left in Melbourne. It was the start of a voyage of
discovery,” says Barry. The Journey for him was just beginning . . . “I was fortunate to have contacts here on the coast through musician friends’ families and I’d heard stories that the Sunshine Coast was becoming a creative hub like none other. After
settling in I was offered work playing at different venues around the Coast and in Hastings Street such as the Green Cherry, Dooleys, Coco’s, Belmondo’s, also at the Royal Mail Tewantin and the Country Life Hotel in Kin Kin, and at parties where I met the locals
An Art Exhibition not to be missed
Don’t miss The Art Hub Cooroy’s latest exhibition of works by Chrissy Forbes and Ron and Cathie Twaddle running from September 27 to October 25. Chrissy Forbes is perpetually inspired by her natural surroundings close to the sun drenched Noosa waterways , framed by the iconic Noosa National Park. She continually draws and captivates the colours and textures that surround her. Chrissy’s favourite subject at school was her Art Class and after a career in Hairdressing and cruising the Pacific she embarked on a serious artistic
which led to my learning to surf and leading to my writing my own songs such as ‘Tea Tree Bay Blues’. “Love, Peace and the Surfing Culture. A sort of counter culture was establishing itself on the Sunshine Coast with visitors from South Africa, New Zealand, California, and France among others. “The climate and the environment was influenc-
ing my mindset, perfect for my headspace at that time and the challenges of living with a disability, the result of having been afflicted by polio at fifteen months of age. “I also formed a band ‘“Barry & The Rockets”, performing at local halls, like Tinbeerwah, Belli, pubs and Surf Clubs such as Alexandra Headland & Noosa Surf Club, gaining popularity with many locals as well
as visitors due to our original music capturing the ambiance and the lifestyle of the coast at that time.” On the night of ‘The Journey’ at the Pomona Majestic Theatre, Barry will be performing some of the songs that influenced him greatly along his musical journey including stories of his life experiences. Visit www.themajestic theatre.com.au
creativity development in the early 80’s to become the inspired impressionist Artist. Chrissy has exhibited in Vic and Qld. Ron & Cathie Twaddle are Wicker Artists. They create outstanding wicker work. They moved north after selling their business in Brisbane and settled in Tanawha bushland. Ron creates amazing cane baskets and Cathie specializes in cane jewellery. Together Ron and Cathie take pleasure in using traditional materials and methods to make contemporary baskets, experimenting with colour, texture and form.
The Noosa Museum is a not for profit organisation and welcomes and values the contribution of volunteers and recognises the wide range of skills and knowledge they bring with them. Volunteers are always needed for a wide range of jobs and are very welcome. If you have some time you could spare and would like to help preserve and maintain your local area history, please come in and see us.
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Remnants Contained - The Keeping of Memories Remnants Contained The Keeping of Memories is an exhibition by local artist Penny McIntyre and opens on Friday 27 September at Wan’din’in arts space, 73 Memorial Drive, Eumundi from 6 to 8 pm. Penny spent the majority of her life in Brisbane, growing up within a large family. Her father was a Melbourne artist involved with the early “Social Realist” movement, and his influence and strong views on social justice had a lasting effect on her young mind. Her journey with storytelling through creative mediums commenced with ceramics in 1986 at South Brisbane Tafe shortly after the birth of her second child. “Many years later when timing was right, finances almost there I had the luxury of full time study at Queensland College of Art,” says Penny. This opened the door
for a new practice in metalsmithing, jewellery and small s c u l p t u r e . P e n n y ’s skills in manipulating metal, combined with her strong affinity with found objects, ceramics and creating a narrative have resulted in a fabulous collection of objects, jewellery and sculpture. This exhibition will be her first solo show and was conceived two years ago during the overwhelming task of collating and sifting through collections of “stuff” in her studio. These “very necessary bits and pieces” Penny says, “only an artist would understand why we keep so much”. Many are very precious to her and contain mixed memories which form a narrative on past lives, travels, family and old friendships with the importance lying in “our relationship with our memory – what we do with it is important –to learn from mistakes
and improve things for others and ourselves in the future” says Penny. This is an exhibition for everyone, if you wish to be challenged, amused or tempted by the vast variety of jewellery, critters in cages and remnants contained… “The keeping of memories, the collection of remnants and the need to contain our possessions using a myriad of objects, boxes and jewellery becomes an obsession with many. We keep mementos and create collections, we compartmentalize our collections and build on their number. Sorting and labeling, containing and storing, this obsession with order and containment and particularly the need to own “stuff” was connected historically to times of hardship, however in contemporary times it is connected to our fear of lost identity and purpose and the need for
some control over our environment – the over regulated lives we inhabit stifling our creative and impulsive natures”. Light refreshments, live music and a cash bar will be available at the opening. Remnants Contained -
The Keeping of Memories runs until Saturday 19 October. Wan’din’in arts space is behind Discover Eumundi Heritage and Visitor Centre – 73 Memorial Drive Eumundi. More info at www.discovereumundi/ arts-space
Cycling for charity
The Cooroy Rag caught up with Lulu, Wormie & Wilso last week as they hit Cooroy on the 12th day of their 24 day Charity Bicycle Ride for Brain Cancer Research. The trio have ridden from Townsville on their way to Newcastle with a mission to raise as much money as they can on their Everyday hero account for the Mark Hughes Foundation to help with the study of brain cancer and the medicines that can be made to help those who are suffering from this devastating disease. If you would like to donate to this worthwhile cause visit: https://www.facebook.com/ TheLuluWormieWilsoCharityBicyeRide/
Grand opening of church building
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Graham & Michelle Young Senior Pastors
Children’s Play Maze
After 20 plus years serving the local community, Hope Central Church is opening their new auditorium on Saturday October 5th. Pastors Graham and Michelle Young took the role of Senior Pastors four years ago and immediately decided to finish what had been approved by council back in 2002, which included a new 250 seat auditorium. This with new offices, a playmaze for children, a cafe and total modernising of the building has now been accomplished. Pastor Graham compliments the amazing church for enabling this accomplishment. Hundreds of hours volunteered and a great group of generous people have enabled this to be completed. The church has a congregation of over 100 people and are looking forward to growing larger and helping more people in the years ahead. As well as opening the new building on Satur-
day October 5th, they are also changing their name to Impact Church Sunshine Coast. Impact Church has seven congregations around Australia and are a part of the Australian Christian Churches movement. “By joining with Impact Churches there will be greater opportunity for this local church to have leadership development and support in all areas of growth,” said Pastor Graham. The big opening day is for the whole community. It is a free event and there will be free fairy floss, popcorn, a sausage sizzle, tours of the new premises, a big jumping castle and more. The playmaze will also be open on the Saturday, free for all children aged 1-11 years (don’t forget your socks). “We invite you to join us from 3-6pm on Saturday October 5th for a fun filled afternoon at our church, 113 Marara Street, Cooroy.”
Calling all young ex-service people
Cooroy RSL sends $600 to Rural Aid
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HORSE GEAR L-R: Michelle Picton, Russ Geelan, Scott Pritchard, Scott Thureson, Jamie Whiteway, Trish Geelan, James Picton IF you have served at least six months in the Australian Defence Force then it’s worth your while to join your local RSL SubBranch. Young members of the Cooroy-Pomona RSL Sub-Branch are calling on other young ex-service personnel, to join the SubBranch to ensure the tradition is kept alive. When you join the RSL, you haven’t joined a club, you’ve become part of an organisation that has been there to support those who have served our country and their dependants for 100 years. “We understand that most young ex-service people are probably working and have families and your free time will be limited. Your support by being a member is all that is needed and you will be under no obligation to assist with sub-branch duties,” said Cooroy-Pomona sub-branch Presi-
dent, Trish Geelan. The Sub-Branch offers vital support and care to all ex-service personal and families including qualified and experienced members who can assist you with enquiries and applications to the DVA, emergency financial assistance, home and hospital visits, short-term emergency accommodation, low cost housing, bereavement assistance, comradeship and mateship, connections to counselling and support services, connections to other ex-service organisations. “Many leave it too long to act,” said Trish. You do not need to have left Australia to be eligible to join. Please help support this very worthwhile organisation and become a member. For more information phone Greg, Kerry, Helen or Shenae at the Cooroy RSL on 5447 6131.
Fundraising for our drought affected farmers continues to be an urgent issue, with farmers facing record hardships across Queensland and New South Wales. Last month the Cooroy RSL raised $600 for drought affected farmers with Rural Aid’s Parma for a Farmer Campaign. For every parmigiana sold during August at Cooroy RSL, $2 was donated to Rural Aid’s Buy a Bale initiative! These funds go towards providing fodder, financial assistance, water, and more to those in need! Thanks Cooroy for once again getting behind the Cooroy RSL’s fundraising push and make a difference to a farmer’s life.
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Eagerly awaiting “Capturing the Australian Image” at Cinema Works
Joyce explaining the operation and history of the Kenilworth Cheese Factory Probus Cooroy mem- Franzi presented some cured them. This was bers and friends had a “Time Machines” from followed by film which very interesting morning at the past with great expla- dated back to the first Cinema Works, nations on how they moving picture made in Kenilworth. Mr Kev worked and how he pro- Australia - the 1896
Melbourne Cup.Then he showed us a journey of Australian history in film. A visit to the Kenilworth Cheese factory followed where we had lunch which was made from mostly local produce, followed by a talk on the making of
some of their products and the history and ambitions of the factory. November 12 is one to put in your diary; a sunset cruise on the Noosa River. For information phone 0413 947 320. Visitors welcome.
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COOROY RAG Church Notices
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COOROY RAG Sally Morley is a Holistic practitioner who has recently joined the team at the Life Enhancing Centre. Her beliefs, specialised techniques and qualifications in various modalities heightens the core values of the Life Enhancing Centre “Family, Community, Unity”. The various modalities Sally uses to assist clients in achieving their wellbeing physically, mentally and spiritually include Professional Counsellor, Reiki Practitioner, Seated Acupressure Massage Therapist, NLP Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Spiritual Healer, Gestalt Therapy, Sand Play and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Some of these specialised techniques are explained below. Reiki treats the whole
person including body, emotions, mind, and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and wellbeing. Sally will be having a special on Reiki treatments. Normally $80 an hour, she will be charging $60 an hour for the month of October. The Seated Acupressure “Stress 2 Go massage” was designed for the busy workplace. It is 20 minute, fully clothed seated massage where no oil is used, the arms, hands, back & neck are all massaged using an exclusive sequence which leaves you feeling both relaxed and stimulated at the same time. Sandplay is a holistic approach to counselling by using miniature objects that represent all
Sally Morley shows Adam Roache ‘Sandplay Therapy’ aspects of life. This allows the client to display their inner world, identifying unspoken issues and bringing solutions. Sally explains “Children love it and adults marvel at it as it allows a movement within the client that is profound”. Equine Assisted
Psychotherapy involves client interaction with horses performing activities such as grooming, feeding and ground exercises. This technique has become popular in assisting clients who wish to work on their social, emotional, cognitive, or behavioural ways. Sally is an NDIS
registered provider. Sally is also happy to see you without a referral if you wish to fund your sessions personally. For further information contact Sally at www.sallymorley.com or phone the friendly reception at the Life Enhancing Centre for further information 07 5472 0808.
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Stay away from bats! Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service’s (SCHHS) public health unit is urging locals and visitors not to touch bats, even if they seem sick, injured or dead. Public health physician Dr Rosie Muller said drought conditions and recent bushfires across the state had impacted the habitats and food sources of bats, meaning it would be more common to find injured, sick or dead bats. “Bats can be affected by hot weather, fires and smoke, and people
may want to help them, however, we urge members of the public to avoid touching bats,” Dr Muller said. “Bats can infect people with Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABLV). ABLV is like the rabies virus, and infection can be fatal. All bats are potential carriers of Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABLV) which is why only trained and vaccinated professionals should handle them. “ABLV can be spread from bats to people through a bat bite, scratch or by getting bat saliva in the eyes, nose or mouth.
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Weight Loss and the Set Point Obesity and excess weight are occurring in epidemic proportions. Nearly two-thirds of Australian adults and over a quarter of children and adolescents were classified as overweight or obese in 2014-2015. Apart from the detriment to cardiovascular health, carrying extra weight often comes with selfesteem issues which affect quality of life. Despite all this doom and gloom, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Dietitian and Naturopath, Jodie Persovic, explains more. “All individuals have a unique metabolic ‘set-point’, a weight range that your body fights to maintain. To stay in its ‘happy place’, your body will resist weight loss attempts and cause you to regain weight after successful weight loss. The set-point is
raised by a number of factors - sedentary lifestyle; lack of exercise; frequent consumption of sugar combined with saturated fats; inadequate protein; poor sleep; stress or anxiety; poor gut health; and high toxin exposure. Lowering your set-point is key to losing weight and keeping it off. Read on to learn more about how to prevent the rebound weight gain that often occurs with diets that aren’t designed for safe and sustainable weight loss. “Highly processed foods can be a roadblock on your weight loss journey. They are specifically designed with ingredients such as fat and sugar to hijack your brain, making it harder to stop eating them. Described by obesity researchers as ‘hyperpalatable’,
these often highly processed foods confuse your brain’s fullness threshold so you continually want more. In contrast, wholefoods have minimal fat and sugar, and contain fibre which naturally allows your appetite to normalise. Whole-foods are a cornerstone of sustainable eating for weight loss, making it easier for you to eat fewer calories yet feel more satisfied. “A review of over 400 scientific papers on excess weight and obesity uncovered three important findings: Low fat diets can be just as effective at reducing weight as low carbohydrate diets - getting it right for the individual is the key; Controlled diet breaks prevent your body from adapting to your new diet and slowing your metabolism; also
providing a mental break. So when you are feeling tired of dieting, having a sensible break can help your body adjust to a new, lower set point, and Sufficient protein decreases hunger. Excessive protein intake increases acidity though, so aim for the right amount for your body size and activity levels. “In the battle with excess weight, you don’t need to go it alone. With the right advice specific for your body and situation, you can achieve lasting success and put the weight loss battle behind you.” Jodie Persovic is the Principal Dietitian and founder of Nutrition Means. She is also a Naturopath and specialises in a wide range of health conditions. For more information call 0419 668 803, or visit nutritionmeans.com.au
Only one thought away from peace and well-being
ZUMBA WITH KARA Tuesday 6:45pm@Unit2/6 Jarrah st , COOROY Thursday 9:15am @COOROY Memorial Hall
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ZUMBA GOLD WITH CATHY Thursday 10:15@COOROY Memorial Hall
If you have ever suffered from anxiety, stress or panic attacks then come and join Sylvia Bellamy, a certified Clarity Coach and mentor for A Little Peace of Mind anxiety program, as she introduces and explores a different understanding of mental health and well-being in ‘One Thought Away from Peace and Wellbeing’. Pomona & District Community House is hosting this unique information morning on Wednesday 9th October at the Lawson Shed in Pomona. During the morning, Sylvia will work with you to discover: How our minds work in relation to anxiety; How we create our own reality and experience of life; The depth of your own resilience and wisdom; How we
can live life with more peace, joy and ease; How one though can make a world of difference. Sylvia is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD-UK) and the Australian HR Institute (AHRI). She holds a Master’s degree in Adult Guidance from Strathclyde University UK and is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation, holding certifications in Co-Active, Clarity and Systems, Relationships and Team Coaching. Wednesday 9th October, 9.30am – 11.00am at Lawson Shed, 1 Memorial Avenue, Pomona. Cost $3.00 donation for morning tea. Please book in at the Pomona Community House on 5485 2427.
Basket Buddies need your help
Sunshine Coast Basket Brigade have launched our 2019 Basket Buddies program for 2019 but we need your help to reach our 2019 goal of 350 baskets. Thank you for all that have signed up so far, we are grateful for your support but we are currently about 100 hampers short of delivering our 2019 target.
Our Basket buddies program is currently in its 11th week with 14 more to go, but we would love to be able to reach our target this year. Last year, the Basket Brigade were once again overwhelmed by the generosity of Sunshine Coast families, workplaces, schools and other groups who
collected food items each week, for the baskets. It’s easy to be a Basket Buddy and anyone can join. For just a few dollars a week, you can really make a difference this Christmas to a Sunshine Coast family in need. If you’re able to add one extra food item to your weekly shopping basket online at http://eepurl.com/ grFC_H You’ll then receive a food list - so you’ll know what to buy each week. Then you just keep collecting your food items right up to the drop off/collection week in late November. The Basket Brigade team will then tally all the food collected by the Basket Buddies, and work out what they need to buy, if anything, to top up the 350 baskets. All the food donated will be packed into baskets for all nominated families/individuals, along with a gift for every family member. All baskets will be delivered by Basket Brigade volunteers right across the Sunshine Coast on Saturday, 14 December.
Pet owners urged to keep an eye out during parasite season Spring is the season when the weather finally starts warming up and the humidity starts making the population of Queensland sweat. However, Spring also ushers in the hordes of parasites which target our pets and cause potentially fatal illnesses, including tick paralysis and heartworm disease. Parasite prevention is a critical part of pet ownership and needs to be the responsibility of all pet parents. If left untreated, fleas, ticks, and worms can have serious impacts on pet’s health. While most parasites cause mild irritations for your pet, Richard Murrihy, owner of Pet Affair in Cooroy, is urging all pet owners to constantly check on their pet and take action if they notice any change in their behaviour or health. If your pet is living with a parasite, sooner or later you will see physical symptoms which can impact your pet’s health or comfort. Richard believes that there are many ways that you can ensure that your pet is being monitored and staying parasite-free. “Pets often get a parasite at some point in their life – in fact, it’s probably less common to for a pet to live their whole life without ever coming in contact with a parasite. Common parasites that your pet may include fleas or worms, while some other parasites are more common during the Spring season, such as ticks or ear mites. “Keep in mind that it can take several days before symptoms appear after a parasite has come in contact with your pet, so checking regularly can help treat parasites before the symptoms get too serious. “Some of the things that pet owners should be looking out for are significant changes in behaviour, such as “scooting”, weight loss, change in appetite or water consumption, or panting. “ Richard says pet owners should fully understand the danger of parasites in order to prevent them. “Parasites can cause life-threatening conditions to your pet if left untreated. If that isn’t enough cause for concern, some parasites can even infect and transmit diseases to humans,
Paralysis tick especially vulnerable people such as infants and the elderly. It’s important to know just how dangerous parasites can be for us and our pets so that we can take the right preventative measures.” There are a wide range of preventative products available from Pet Affair that will help ensure parasites stay away from your pets, including collars, chews, sprays, and tablets. Richard is encouraging local pet parents to stock up on flea, tick, and worming treatments this Spring season to keep their pets happy and healthy. He can help you find the right combination of parasite prevention products to help ensure your pet is safe from dangerous parasites. “Call in and talk to Richard at Pet Affair about the most appropriate prevention treatment for your furry friend so they can enjoy the warm weather this Spring and take advantage of the 5-day sale with 20% off all products from September 25th to 29th.
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Get back to better health - engage your core fitness Engage Your Core Fitness is a new business venture being undertaken by registered and qualified fitness instructor, Micheala Schulze. Micheala has over 16 years’ of experience working in the fitness industry and is extremely passionate about helping others improve the quality of their lives through exercise. Not only does Micheala want to help people get back to having better health and fitness in their lives, she wants people to learn how to maintain better health and fitness in their lives. “A lot of people lead sedentary lifestyles now, whether it’s from relying on the car to travel from A to B or working long hours at a
computer. More and more people are suffering from anxiety and depression. Because of this, putting time aside to specifically focus on looking after yourself is becoming more and more important,” she says. “You have to exercise until the day you die, it’s not a quick fix! Exercise can help keep the body and mind healthier.” Engage Your Core Fitness offers different exercise classes for all different levels of fitness. Although Micheala aims her classes at the over 50’s, anyone is welcome to come along and join in the fun. The classes are designed so that everyone can receive benefits from them.
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General fitness class - this consists of a mixture of cardiovascular (heart and lungs) training and strength (muscle) training. All can be done with low or high impact (your choice). Pilates - this is a slow controlled class strengthening the core muscles and stabilising muscles of the core, which can help to improve balance, posture and toning. Stretch - this is a relaxation class; gentle basic stretches that help you get into contact with your body, mind and improve flexibility. Light Weights Exercise - this is a muscle conditioning class working with weights of your choice, building muscle strength and toning. This class works on strengthening the whole body. The first class is free so come and try and let Micheala help you on your journey to a better you. $10 per class or 5 classes for $45. The Anglican Church Hall, Cnr Miva Street and Tewantin Rd, Cooroy: Mondays 7.30am General Fitness, 8.45am Intermediate Pilates; Wednesdays - 8.00am Stretch, 9.15 Light Weights Exercises; Fridays 7.30am Beginners Pilates, 8.30 Stretch. The Memorial School of Arts, King’s Street, Cooran: Tuesdays - 8am Stretch, 9.15am Gen-
eral Fitness; Thursday - 8.00am Light Weights Exercise, 9.15am Pilates. Contact Micheala on 0449 047 746 for more information.
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Congratulations to the Administration Team at Cooroy’s Eden Hospital. They were nominated out of 80 nominations for the category of “Patient Service Award” across 24 hospitals throughout Australia and New Zealand. The Eden team were one of 8 winners of this category which is a huge achievement recognised by HealtheCare, Luye. It recognises their commitment to exceptional customer provided to the patients at Eden Private Hospital. The recipients of the award are from left to right – Jane Roberts, Michelle Mochrie, Jackie Bourn, Jacqui Yewen, Karen Finzel.
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Zumba coming to Memorial Hall Are you gym shy? Can’t afford a personal trainer? Like the idea of bootcamps but don’t like to be shouted at? Find it hard to hear cues from other fitness classes? Like the socialisation of being with others? Want to exercise but not really think about it? Enjoy all styles of music? Used to dance and want to get that happy feeling back? Never danced at all and feel uncoordinated? You’re already an expert gym goer but looking for something to add on? Then Zumba is for you. On the 10th October at Cooroy Memorial Hall, Kara Irvine and Cathy Tapper will be causing a ‘bit of a do’ at the Cooroy Memorial Hall with a push to getting the community moving using the wonderful tool of Zumba. “We plan to have balloons outside of the hall to attract attention and along with the music itself we should have the place pumping,” says Kara.
Zumba is perfect for everybody and every body! Each Zumba class is designed to bring people together to sweat it on. Cathy and Kara have a joint background in other group fitness classes, Martial arts, Dance, body building and more ensuring you are in very good hands, but most importantly these ladies love to have fun and laugh. “Cathy and I are passionate about getting people moving from the very young to the very mature. With young mothers in Cooroy who have children at kindergarten and school this maybe a good chance for them to feel good about themselves and give them an hour of happiness during the week, or for those in their 40’s and 50’s who are relatively fit but are looking to reach out and socialise and have fun with like minded people and get back
to dancing or for the retired population 65+ who don’t want to lose their fitness and stay in independent living as long as possible, this is an amazing opportunity for them to feel connected to others, feel good about themselves and enjoy an hour of freedom,” says Kara. “We take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity to high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms (think Hip Hop, Pop, Country, African, Calypso, Belly Dance and more) take over, you’ll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. This class is super effective and super fun.” Both Zumba and Zumba Gold classes provide a total body workout, combining all ele-
ments of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class. The design of the class introduces easy-tofollow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. Don’t miss the launch happening on the 10th October at Cooroy Memorial Hall from 9am to 11am, you’ll not want to stop your feet from moving or your mouth from smiling. Registration 9am – class starts at 9.15am and runs for 45 minutes. Why not join the movement revolution and be a part of this AMAZING group fitness program for a one-off special price on the 10th October for only $5.
Tips for exercising when you have pain One of the most challenging aspects of living with an injury or chronic pain is how it can quickly impact your exercise routine. If you have been working towards a fitness or weight goal, this can be extremely demoralizing. Here are a few tips that can help to keep you on track while you recover. Staying as active as possible during this time can mean you’re in the best position to reach your goals again once your injury has healed. 1. Try a new activity: When injury strikes, it can be tempting to stop exercising altogether and rest while you recover. An injury can be frustrating, but it can also be an opportunity to try out a different sport. If you’re a runner with an ankle injury, you can keep up your fitness by swimming instead. Cycling can be an excellent option for people for dealing with knee pain, and if you’re a swimmer with shoulder pain, maybe switch to running for a while. Check with your physiotherapist for some ideas to keep you moving. 2. Exercise within your limits: If you’re getting pain at 5km, this doesn’t always mean you should give up running altogether. Your physiotherapist can help you monitor your symptoms carefully and plan an exercise routine that keeps your fitness up while reducing symptom flare-ups. Staying as active as
possible throughout your recovery can also mean that you a better placed to get back to your best performance once symptoms reside. 3. Take the opportunity to improve your footwear and equipment: Injury and pain can be a great prompt to look at your equipment and technique. For example, with hip and knee pain, the type of shoes you wear can have a significant difference. Often pain has more than once cause, with technique and equipment more often than not having a substantial impact on the stress placed on your body. Your physiotherapist is an excellent source of advice in this area, don’t hesitate to ask for an assessment. 4. Take to the water: Hydrotherapy has long been used to help patients with joint pain or muscle weakness exercise. The water helps reduce joint stress and provide extra sensory input that can reduce pain. Exercising in water can be especially helpful for sufferers of chronic pain or those who have pain with weight-bearing. Speak to your physio for a hydrotherapy program if you’re not sure how to approach exercise in water. You can make an appointment with one of the physiotherapists from Hinteractive Physio, by calling, 5442 5556.
Pink Ribbon Breakfast in Cooroy - it’s simpleit’s social - it saves lives Raine & Horne Noosa Hinterland and SPM Law are joining forces to raise money for breast cancer research by co-hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast Fundraiser on Friday 25 October. The breakfast will be held at Saw & Mill Restaurant in Opal Street, Cooroy from 8am 9.30am. Tickets are selling for $20 per person. Saw & Mill will be a sea of pink with Mr Jay Balloons kindly donating balloons for the room. With one in seven women diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime and more than 3000 Australians losing their life to breast cancer this year, it’s important to continue research into effective prevention, detection and treatments. The breakfast will be a fun morning to get to-
gether with friends and also raise money for this important cause. A special guest speaker from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research will talk about current research into breast cancer and a brave breast cancer survivor will talk of her journey. Bookings can be made at https:// www.trybooking.com/555157 Tickets are limited so make sure you get in fast. Wear something pink and bring your loose change for games and raffles. All money raised goes directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For more information or for anyone wishing to donate a raffle prize please contact Raine & Horne or SPM Law at 16 Maple Street.
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COOROY RAG Family home walking distance to everything Bed 4; Bath 1; Car 2 Price: $480 per week This 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom home situated in a prime location on 1012m2 with rear lane access, within the bustling Cooroy CBD features beautiful frosted glass timber framed French doors and a solid Tasmanian oak kitchen and hardwood timbers throughout. The configuration is versatile with enclosed sleepouts creating even more space than just the four bedrooms. Downstairs under the house is partly concreted and quite a usable area with an extra toilet. The rear timber deck is covered and enjoys a blue sky outlook to distant black mountain. Other features include a remote lockup garage with side carport, solar panels on the roof and a large mango tree. This property is located within an area that is zoned for Community Services, enabling a prospective tenant to run a business from home (Subject to council and owner approval). The immediate area is a mix of community serv-
ices, ie optometrist, doctors, the Eden rehabilitation hospital and existing residential homes. Note this property has been deemed water efficient and full water charging applies. Whilst all due diligence has been taken in the preparation/details of this document we can attach no guarantee to them & recommend intending lessees conduct their own enquiries. To arrange an inspection of this rental property, get in touch with our property management department on 07 5447 7000 or email us on email@example.com Viewed this home and wish to apply? Our office uses 1form as our preferred application method. Click the ‘apply online’ button and complete one online form for all your rental applications. Upon approval we require payment of 2 weeks rent to secure the property within 24 hours. Call Jessica Jensen 5447 7000, hinternoosa.com.au
Investor or business owners dream! Bed 4; Bath 1; Car 8 Price: Offers over $750,000 Located just minutes walk from Cooroy’s CBD this exceptionally unique property is full of potential, consisting of a large retail space and a livable residence. The properties lower level has 139sqm of class 6 retail, where a successful organic pet store is currently run, while the home’s upper level is a modest three bedroom one bathroom home with expansive open plan living and dining areas. The upstairs residence is
currently rented with a fantastic tenant but is also ripe for renovation should you choose to live and operate your business from home. With lush landscaping and a fully engineered carpark out the back, the property can easily cater to what ever business venture you chose ... the options are endless! Investors looking for a fantastic return should take advantage of this rare retail/residential setup. Please call Sheridan Hodgetts, 0419 491 448, hinternoosa.com.au to arrange an inspection today.
This home is the ultimate in dual occupancy This fabulous family home has so much to offer! Located in one of Lake Macdonald’s desirable leafy cul-de-sacs, an inspection will not disappoint. This is the ultimate in dual living for those looking for extra income, work from home or just have someone living totally independently. You will be looking around for a long time before you see anything as versatile as this. Dwelling 1: Is the main residence comprising of a Spacious 4 bedroom, rendered double brick home, approximately 8 years old Featuring high ceilings, multiple living areas, main living area with woodfire heater and air conditioning. Master bedroom with ensuite, modern kitchen with island
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and granite bench tops and stainless steel appliances. Living area flows effortlessly to the entertaining area which in turn overlooks the sizeable in ground pool. The setting is private natural bushland. • Landscaped low maintenance gardens with fire pit • Solar hot water • 5.5 m x 9m Powered Workshop • Solar panels generate 3.6kw of power • 3 x 5000 gal Rainwater tanks Dwelling 2: The second dwelling comprises of 4 bedrooms with study, colourbond and weatherboard with features of the Hampton’s style. Separate driveway access, functional, family-friendly, with the feeling of love and attention to detail. Separation to bedroom areas, Master with Ensuite also. Good size gorgeous open-planned kitchen/living area also including high ceilings, air conditioning and wood heater,
opening to a large timber deck. Positioned perfectly to allow peace and quiet and takes advantage of the lovely outlook on offer. - Solar Power 3.5 kw - Instantaneous gas hot water - 80 litre electric HWS - 5000 gal Rain water storage If you are in the market for a large dual dwelling acreage property close to town, then this is a fantastic opportunity to secure your investment. Only 5 minutes from the Noosa Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Lake Macdonald. This property is for sale by Tender closing on Saturday 5th October 2019. Contact our agent Michele Bell on 0419 090 049 from Raine & Horne Noosa Hinterland for more information or to arrange to view this property or drop in to see one of our friendly staff at 16a Maple Street, Cooroy or 8 Reserve Street, Pomona. www.cooroyrag.com.au
COOROY RAG Extra large individual designed and private oasis
This is seriously a beautiful property, situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking a private oasis. Only 5 minutes from the conveniences of Cooroy township, but with the feeling that you’re living a million miles away from the hustle & bustle. You’ll love the fact that there is an option for extra income, or room for the extended family with the two Separate living areas with balconies that could be an ideal teen retreat or granny flat scenario and still those stunning views out to the impressive property. Set amidst almost 10 usable acres with a
rain forest lined creek complete with large dam for irrigation, fully fenced and ideal for the horse enthusiast. Central spacious kitchen fit for a large family with stainless gas appliances and ample bench space also showcasing internal rain forest terrarium. The main living area is the heart of the home with its high ceilings and large floor to ceiling glass windows that make it feel spacious, allowing you to capture all that this amazing property has to offer. A Convection wood heater to keep you cosy on those chilly evenings and the north-east aspect keeps it comfortable all year round.
This homestead with its expansive entertainment and living areas and formal lounge is in a class of its own. 4 plus bedrooms with the master Suite enjoying delightful breezes through full length sliding doors, opening onto the deck overlooking the pool area. The ensuite boasts a deluxe double spa bath. - Fully fenced, a dam and creek - Fruit trees, established garden and water feature - 45,000 litre rainwater storage - Solar hot water - Inground pool - Wood heater - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Three living areas - 5 Bedrooms, two with their own balcony - Dual living potential - 5 Kw x 20 Solar panel power system This property offers all the pleasures of the peaceful and private country lifestyle, fill the house with flowers from your garden, the kitchen with eggs, fruit and veges from your own backyard, entertain friends in comfort and style summer or winter. It is difficult to do this home justice with mere words and hopefully our photos will help you get a better idea of this unique property, but ideally you need to book in a time to come and see and feel the magic of this property for yourself. Priced at $935,000. Contact our agent Michele Bell on 0419 090 049 from Raine & Horne Noosa Hinterland for more information or to arrange to view this property or drop in to see one of our friendly staff at 16a Maple Street, Cooroy or 8 Reserve Street, Pomona.
Noosa Biosphere gets the nod of approval Noosa Shire’s place among the world’s biosphere reserves is assured for another decade, with UNESCO giving Noosa Biosphere Reserve the 10-year tick of approval. Mayor Tony Wellington said the acknowledgement is another win for the region. “It is wonderful to receive confirmation that UNESCO has not only confirmed the ongoing status of the Noosa Biosphere Reserve, but that they have done so with accolades. “Noosa Shire was designated a Biosphere Reserve in 2007 by UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere program. In true pioneering Noosa fashion, it was the first biosphere designation in Queensland,” he said. The World Network of Biosphere Reserves, which recognises areas that demonstrate a balanced relationship between nature and people, now consists of 701 biosphere reserves in 124 countries. In its review, the Advisory Committee acknowledged the efforts to manage tourism and the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation’s initiatives across the restoration of fish in the river and work on koala populations. “All Biosphere Reserves are required to carry out periodic reviews and report back to UNESCO. This is Noosa’s first assessment, and it appears we passed with flying colours. “The Advisory Committee noted our Zero Emissions Noosa objective, and encouraged authorities to continue efforts t o reach this goal. They also commended Noosa on its efforts to deal with feral animals that present major threats to biodiversity conservation, entreating us to share our experiences with other biosphere reserves that also suffer from invasive species. “The Man and the Biosphere program seeks to encourage actions that improve the overall relationship between people and their environment. Enjoying a great living and working environment, whilst protecting and respecting the natural environment – that’s exactly what Noosa is all about.”
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Ray White Rural Lifestyle Property Run In today’s modern society with families look to escape the city and raise their children in a smaller community environment but still be close to the convenience of the beach and city and all that it has to offer, rural and rural lifestyle properties are becoming ever so more popular. With no two properties similar our run of open homes features similar properties all opening one after each other to make it easy for the buyers to inspect. A very exciting and different way to view real estate. The weekend was very successful as our rural and lifestyle property run attracted high numbers of buyers from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast and beyond. www.cooroyrag.com.au
Buyers came from Norman Park, Bray Park, Taigum, Arana Hills, Morningside, Nundah, Carindale, Bald Hills, Mango Hill, Scarborough, Mount Samson, Forest lake, Kurwongbah, Beerwah, Wamuran, Noosa Waters. In other words inner city, northern, bayside and outer western suburbs. But also as far away as Western Queensland. If you are considering selling and would like to know more information about marketing your property locally and to a larger market call us today and jump on board our next Rural Lifestyle property run. Contact Ray White Rural Eumundi on 5442 8080. Cooroy Rag, September 25, 2019 - Page 23
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The Cooroy Golf Club Management Committee recently suggested a new look promotions campaign, including a facelift, to acknowledge the 84 years the club has been in existence. The Committee invited enthusiastic artists from the Creative Artists Group at Noosa Arts and Crafts to paint a mural on the face of the club house. Designed by Gabi Dick with a theme to acknowledge wildlife on the course and the early platypus emblem of the Club, and drawn up by Annelise Howes, the mural consists of a caricature golf buggy painted by Dave Gilbert and Don Clelland, a great platypus painted by Jill Harris, a nearby startled possum painted by Tricia Bradford, a giant kookaburra painted by Annelise Howes, and a reminder to golfers to keep their tempers with a golf club wrapped around a tree by Tricia Brad-
ford. Several bunkers and water hazards complete the design. Managed by Club Secretary, Andrew Dick and his wife, Gabi, both of whom worked tirelessly, blocking in a background with the help of Don Clelland and reproducing projected outlines the evening prior to painting. The exercise took two fun filled days applying paint to walls, clothing, hands and faces in spite of a freezing wind that dried the paint on the brushes before it could be used, using paint donated by Resene from Paint Right Noosaville with the help of Kim who suggested and helped select the materials and scaffolding kindly lent by Ron ad Grant. Cooroy Golf Club Manager Wayne Paston, initially looked on apprehensively but was delighted with the final results.
Applications open for Women Leaders in Sport program Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien is encouraging female coaches, officials and administrators to develop their leadership skills with the Australian Government’s 2020 Women Leaders in Sport program. The Women Leaders in Sport program has provided professional development to more than 24,000 women since its inception in 2002 and applications for the 2020 program close 23 September 2019. “This important national program gives aspiring female leaders the skills to shape the future of sport in Australia, reach their leadership potential as coaches, officials or administrations and develop an even stronger sporting culture,” Mr O’Brien said. “I encourage women in Wide Bay to put their hands up and apply to participate in this program so they can lead the new generation of local sports stars.” The Women Leaders in Sport program is managed by Sport Australia in partnership with the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s
Office for Women. The Women Leaders in Sport program comprises Leadership Workshops for individuals and organisations, as well as development grants of up to $3,000 for individuals, and up to $20,000 for organisations. Minister for Youth and Sport Richard Colbeck said the program was part of the Australian Government’s commitment to supporting more girls and women in sport at all levels. “This program complements a range of Federal Government initiatives to support more girls and women in sport, such as our $150 million investment to build and upgrade female-friendly facilities around the country,” Minister Colbeck said. “A program like Women Leaders in Sport builds capability among women and is a fantastic avenue to attract, retain and nurture female talent in sport.” For more information on eligibility and how to apply for the Women Leaders in Sport program, go online to sportaus.gov.au/grants_and_funding/ women_leaders_in_sport
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Help Nathan compete in Global Games Help Nathan compete in the 2019 Global Games for Athletes with an Intellectual Disability. Nathan Glarvey resides in Cooroy and has been chosen to represent Australia in the upcoming 2019, INAS, Global Games, (International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments) which is to be held in Brisbane this October. The Global Games will be hosting around 1000 athletes from all over the world, 13 athletes are selected to be a part of the Australian Cycling Team, 12 of the team are from Victoria and only 1 has been selected from Queensland - Nathan Glarvey. Nathan is Autistic with an Intellectual Impairment. He lives independently with his best mate “Bill” his pet Jack Russell. He works part time in Noosa at the Noosa Peppers Resort but the cost of becoming a team member is $3500 which is beyond his reach. Nathan has previously represented Australia in Athletics in Tunisia, Hungary and Germany winning a gold medal in the German Nationals 10000
metres. Since 2004 Nathan has held the Australian Record for the Marathon for Athletes with an Intellectual Disability. Nathan was previously on the Australian Paralympics team and chosen to represent in the 2004 event in Beijing but because of the cheating scandal that involved the Spanish team in the 2000 Sydney Olympics all athletes with an Intellectual Disability were not allowed to compete. Since then he has endeavoured to compete in as many challenging events that he can compete in. One of these events is the Ironman event where Nathan Swims 5 Klm, Cycles 180 Klm and then runs a 42 Klm Marathon where he finished in 11 hrs 22 minutes with a position of 289th out of over 1100 competitors. A representative of Sports Inclusion for the INAS saw that the United States have made claims that they have the only athlete in the world with an Intellectual Impairment to compete
and represent them in an Ironman event. What they didn’t know was that Nathan has completed in six Full Ironman events recording times much faster than the United States claim.
Nathan’s present points status in the Ironman events ranks him 48th in the country and 507th in the world rankings. One of the organisers of the Global Games noticed Nathan’s
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Ironman times and asked him to try out for the cycling team. Nathan quickly entered some cycling road events and managed to obtain a good enough time to win himself a position in the Australian Team.
How you can help Nathan Nathan needs help to achieve his goal and he needs to raise over $8000 for the costs of Registration for the Global Games and further costs for the upgrading of his Racing Bike and equipment. The Cooroy community, RSL, Lions and Rotary have already got behind Nathan with some support but he still requires a considerable amount to achieve his goals to enable him to compete on an International level. Donate via: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-nathan-compete-in-the-brisbaneglobal-games or Westpac Bank – BSB: 733009. Account Number: 658210.
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