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Glasshouse Country News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 - 2012. VOLUME 27-28

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or high school students, the long awaited goal of finishing school is seen as something pretty exciting and there is much anticipation surrounding all details of the formals / graduations. And while having the right dress, shoes, hair and handbag are pretty important, it seems that how you arrive at the event also really makes a statement about who you are. In my day the ultimate thing was to get a group and each kick in some cash and go in a limo (very boring by today’s standards). Setting the standard quite high are our front page cover boys. Not bad arriving on a Fire Truck with the sirens going and lights flashing – now that’s definitely making a statement.

How about on the back of a Harley Davidson motorbike – not bad for a girl in a long dress, or in a hot rod, a sports car, a vintage car, a hotted up Kingswood, a semi trailer (truck) or my personal favourite, sitting on a lounge in the back of a ute. What I think is really great is that this is one element of the big event that isn’t about who paid out the most money, but it was all about coming up with something quirky and a little bit different. Congratulations on finishing high school, I wonder how long it will be until this year’s graduands realise just how good their school days were? Regards,

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7 Local news............................. 3-7 Community news.................. 8-10 School news....................... 14-15 Gems of the Hinterland........ 16-17 Doing business........................ 18 You said it............................... 20

Layby local for Christmas.......... 21 Health beauty & wellbeing........ 22 Living..................................... 23 Happenings........................ 24-25 Elected Reps........................... 26 Home and Living..................... 27

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Mooloolah Markets will be held at the Mooloolah Hall from 8.00am to 1.00pm. Tables are available for $12.00, if you would like to book a stall phone 5494 9536.

An outdoor group fitness event in aid of Movember is being hosted by Fitness Matters Beerwah at Turner Park from 8.00am sharp. All community members and fitness levels welcome to attend for a gold coin donation. Activities will include outdoor fitness, boxing and tabata.

Peachester Markets – hosted by the CWA, bring the family out enjoy the Great Country Atmosphere at the Peachester Hall from 12.00noon to 5.00pm. There will be potted plants, clothing, bric-a-brac, soft toys, and hot food.

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Logan Beitz, Mark Jakeman, Regan White, David Graves and Cameron Sneesby arrived at graduation in a Landsborough Rural Fire Brigade Truck - sirens blazing. See pages 24 and 25


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Hola Latin America, talk will be held at the Beerwah Library meeting room from 2.00pm – 3.30pm which will feature recollection of travelling experiences in a variety of Latin American countries. This is a picturesque portrayal of the beauty, architecture, history and cultural aspects of places like Machu Picchu, Buenos Aires and Mexico City. Book your spot by phoning 1300LIBRARY.

Christmas Gift Market the Beerwah CWA are hosting at their rooms on Simpson Street, at Beerwah from 3.00pm to 8.00pm. Beerburrum Community Christmas event from 2.00pm to 5.00pm. Santa and his two elves to arrive with gifts. If you would like your child / children to receive a gift, wrap and label a gift (maximum $5.00) and leave at the Beerburrum State School office during business hours.

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Annual Xmas Multidraw held for the Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club will be on from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club, Steve Irwin Way. Come along and have one of the meal specials on the night and see if you can win yourself some great Christmas treats as well as meat trays, wine and much more.

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Khaki action Australia Zoo was a sea of khaki on Steve Irwin Day last Thursday, November 15. Actor John Waters, Olympic swimming goldmedalist Melanie Schlanger and singing sensation Darren Percival joined Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin in officially launching the sixth annual celebration. Steve Irwin Day is a celebration of the life and legacy of the original Wildlife Warrior, Steve Irwin. The day aims to celebrate the things Steve loved most – family, wildlife conservation and fun – while teaching others how they can ‘Khaki It’. “Steve had such a passion for doing his best to protect the planet, and he lived his life fighting to save wildlife and wild places,” Terri said. “It is my hope that people will be inspired by Steve to do their best to make a positive difference.” Special guests John Waters, Melanie Schlanger and Darren Percival added their handprints to the


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involving a barbeque, nocturnal animal walk, star gazing, damper on a stick and singing around the campfire. In the morning, dressed in Khaki the students set up a donation billy at the campfire. As students and teachers arrived, they threw their donations of coins into the billy to the loud encouragement of the student leaders who thanked them for helping the Wildlife Warriors program. In all the125 students, families and teachers raised a total of $261.00. The school student leadership team had a great time camping out and thank everyone for supporting the Wildlife Warriors at Australia Zoo. Australia Zoo representative Peter Dwan talking with students

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What’s planned for Beerwah Council’s draft planning strategy – out now for public comment – includes the following predictions for some of the key growth indicators for Beerwah and surrounds. • Population: 2011 – 4446; 2031 – 8280 • Local jobs: 2011 – 2496; 2031 – 4993 • Land zoned as urban: 374 hectares • Number of single dwelling: 2011 – 1158; 2031 – 1830 • Number of multiple dwellings: 2011 – 276; 2031 – 1127 The figures show that Council expects the population of Beerwah to almost double over the next 20 years. Most of that growth will come from multiple dwellings (units and townhouses) – with a 308 per cent increase in their numbers, whereas the single dwellings (houses) will only increase by 58 per cent. This form of development is generally called ‘infill’ – which is the redevelopment of existing low density housing into higher density living, rather than expansion of low density estates into new areas. In fact, comparing the planning map for the township in the draft strategy to the one in the 2004 Caloundra City Plan, shows that the land area available for low density housing has been reduced. The comparison also shows that a large area of previously zoned low density housing is now available for redevelopment as medium density.

There is also an area around Arcadia Drive which has been rezoned to allow for dual occupancy (i.e. duplex development) on the existing residential housing blocks. Beerwah has been identified as a Major Regional Centre – giving it the same status as the other similarly identified centres of Noosaville, Nambour, Sippy Downs, Kawana, Caloundra and the yet-to-be constructed Caloundra South. The Beerwah Local Plan Code (Section 7.2.2) establishes that the vision for Beerwah is for it to be ‘progressively developed as the Major Regional Centre for the southern Sunshine Coast hinterland providing a broad range of higher order uses and activities capable of servicing the local community as well as surrounding towns, villages, rural residential and rural areas.’ It’s nice to know that Beerwah will be given the same considerations as these other areas when Council is sharing around community facilities (such as large playgrounds, pathways and cycleways), public transport services, maintenance of public parks, and supporting community groups, festivals and events. The document also identifies Beerwah as a main industrial area and an Identified Growth Area (IGA) which, subject to further investigation, may accommodate long-term employment growth. It is unclear what this ‘long-term employment growth’ may relate to. The figures show that the jobs in the town will double over the next 20 years (from 2496 to 4993), but comparing the planning maps from 2004 and from the draft plan, shows that there is no increase in the commercial business centre area.

Wild weekend One exception is the rezoning of a large area of land along Steve Irwin Way, from the Beerwah bypass fly-over road down to Coochin Creek and across to the railway line. The land was zoned as low density housing, but since the State Government purchased it as part of the bypass project, it’s now been changed to a ‘specialised centre zone’ category. This allows for large floor space retail businesses, such as hardware stores, shopping centres, adult stores, parking stations, and also crematoriums. The Priority Infrastructure Planning section (Section 4) shows there are no new road projects, no new cycleway projects and one new pathway project planned from now until 2031. The pathway project identified for the betterment of the area is the one connecting the pathway on Old Landsborough Road to Australia Zoo. Unfortunately, the large residential area directly across Steve Irwin Way (Sidney Drive area) won’t be able to utilise the pathway for them to walk /

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Just in time for Christmas, the Mooloolah After School Care are hosting Advanced Life Photographers at their building, King Road, at the Mooloolah State School on Sunday, December 2 from 9.00am. The cost is only $25.00, and you will receive a framed 10 X 13 inch colour print of your family, an A3 sketch of the family Portrait, and a key ring including a photo. All five items are included in the $25.00 fee, making it such great value for

cycle to Skippy Park, Beerwah or Landsborough, as there will be no linkage from the pathway to their estate. Similarly, there are no plans before 2031 to connect the Kello Road / Twin Peaks Drive / Coochin Hills Drive community with Beerwah via a pathway. The Beerwah Local Plan Code section specifically mentions that ‘development provides for increased accessibility and permeability for pedestrians and cyclists to and from key destinations within the local plan area, and in particular for the provision of an improved connection between the eastern and western sides of the local plan area currently separated by the rail line in the vicinity of Mawhinney Street and Peachester Road.’ To view the local plan code for Beerwah, the associated map, as well as the planning map from the 2004 Caloundra City Plan, head to the ‘Hot Off The Press’ section of our website (www.

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Local business National recycling week By Lea Parkes gone one better - one of their creative volunteers week was National Recycling week and so enters 'Hall of Fame' Last has made upcycled handbags. I took a look around at the interesting recycling Hahn Environmental Services based at Landsborough and Narangba took out a Hall of Fame Award at the Sunshine Coast Business Awards on Saturday night. After receiving previous awards in past years such as the Innovation, Environmental Industries Large Business and Enterprise of the Year Winner, this locally based business is set to grow and hopefully employ more staff in the future. Director Allan Lear thanked his staff, the sponsors and the Sunshine Coast Council for recognising the hard work all Sunshine Coast businesses are doing in trying to help the local economy which in turn drives local employment. He said “It is important for businesses to support each other in locally based projects so that more people can stay living where they work."

Allan Lear CEO (centre) accepting the award with long term staff Lauren Lamont and Alice Burgess

that businesses do locally. There are plenty of businesses that embraced opportunities for recycling, including Specsavers at Beerwah, who collect reading glasses for the Lions Club to send overseas, and at a number of places including the post office at Glass House Mountains they have a collection point for printer cartridges. More recently Aldi at Beerwah have introduced their battery recycling and once a month the Beerwah Lions Club do their aluminium can collection morning. However what has got me really intrigued at the moment is the concept of upcycling – when an item is used to create something better. The Endeavour Foundation promote their stores as ‘recycled fashions’ but the Beerwah store has

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These casual handbags are created from good fabric from a donated garment that isn’t suitable for sale. At Total Microsystems in Beerwah the business owner Daniel Moodie and Tara Smithyman are using upcycled paper bags when they sell computer accessories to their clients. The bags are made overseas from Indian newspaper . At Beerwah Recycle Market where their total focus is on recycling, recreating, and reusing, it is hard to just pick out one project to focus on – but as we are just heading into the festive season I thought we should focus on Christmas. In the workshop the fellas are working on a Santa who will be in a sleigh made from an old bed head and a rocking horse – now that’s clever.

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Former Peachester local and well known local bus driver Ken Chamberlain passed away Sunday night after a short battle with Cancer. Ken and his wife Syliva lived in Julian Street Peachester for nearly 17 years up until 2010 when they decided to downsize their property and move to Little Mountain.


While they might have moved out of Glasshouse Country their hearts remained loyally local with Ken continuing to work with Glasshouse Country Coaches as he had done since 1999. Sylvia said when there was talk of starting up a bus service for Maleny to Nambour about four years ago, he did all he possibly could to make sure that it would be a success and maintain this service for the commuters who used it. “He had a fantastic relationship with his passengers and became good friends with so many of them they would even come to hospital to visit him,” she said. “Even when he was a local school bus driver for so many local children around Beerwah, Peachester, and Glass House etc, he had a good relationship with them and still to this day when they see him out and about in the area they always came up and chat with him.” Sylvia said over the years they have had lots and lots of parents who just couldn't thank Ken enough for the way he looked after their children on the bus.


Ken Chamberlain with the Hinterland Connect Bus

Ken thought and treated these children as if they were his own and said they were his ‘precious cargo of the future generation’ and they would be kept safe whilst under his care. Both Ken and Sylvia were bowlers and committee members at Glasshouse Country Bowls Club for several years too and they used to run the Wednesday night bowls for many years with plenty of fun and laughter. A service was held for Ken at Gregson and Weight on Saturday, November 17. Ken leaves behind his wife of 41 years Sylvia (who worked at Frohloffs Fruit Barn on Peachester Road for several years) and daughter Sheryl, son Shane, daughter-in-law Peta, and grandchildren, Jett, Khye, and Hunter.

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Are Recurring Headaches Controlling Your Life? Are headaches robbing you of the life you deserve? Day after day of missing out on things you deserve, or just being miserable, irritable and looking much older than you really are? Recurring headaches are not normal! While headaches are terribly common, they are NOT normal. The normal condition of the human body is vibrant and healthy...not tired and painful! Pain is our body’s alarm system that something is wrong. So – if you often say “It feels like my head is in a vice”, or “I’ve had migraines since puberty,” or “My neck and shoulders are always tight and tense,” and you just want to go and lie down - then pay close attention now. Four major causes of headaches are dehydration, stress, food intolerance, and neck subluxations. And each of these causes has a path to relief. The most little known is neck subluxation. Can This Help Your Headaches? Subluxation is the term chiropractors use to describe ‘dysfunctional’ vertebrae in the spine. Upper neck subluxations very commonly cause ‘Cervicogenic Headaches’. This type of headache presents with neck stiffness and pain at the base of your skull, which can sometimes radiate through to your eyeballs. Drugs can reduce the symptoms (turn off the body’s alarm) for a while, but they do not correct the cause – and the symptoms return. Many studies have shown the benefits of treating the neck subluxations of headache sufferers, including the Boline and Duke Studies. If you are having headaches – something is wrong. Call Adjust to Life Chiropractic today to find out if your headaches are a good fit for our very successful Headache Relief Program, or to book in for our FREE Headache Relief Workshop in Beerwah on Wednesday, November 28 at 6pm. Beerwah – 5494 0499 or Maroochydore – 5443 4545. Business feature

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Healthy computer postures

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The physios at LPC are concerned about 100◦-130◦ the number of parents and children seeking physiotherapy treatment for back, neck and shoulder pain caused by poor computer posture, lack of exercise and not taking regular breaks from sustained postures. Here are some healthy tips to help prevent this problem. • Adjust your workstation. Position your screen at arm’s length, slightly below eye level and directly in front of you. • Adjust your chair, making sure that your back rest supports the curve in your lower back. • Keep your feet flat on the floor. Be aware your knees, hips and elbows need to be at a comfortable angle, preferably 90°. • Take regular breaks. Limit the continuous computer use to half an hour and try to take breaks every 15 minutes. Unwind with a few stretches to your body. • Learn how to touch type to limit the strain of your neck. • Maintain general fitness and wellbeing. This will enable you to cope better with the inevitable stress of work or study. For advice on postural correction and other spinal pain, contact Landsborough Physiotherapy Centre on 54941 977. Business feature

Giving and receiving with reflexology at Morris House is working wonders for people around Landsborough.

Jack Unwin-Price working wonders with reflexology

Reflexology therapist, Jack Unwin-Price, has been volunteering his services at Morris House for the past 15 years and generously gives all the proceeds from to local emergency relief. Jack has continued his long dedication of offering his services to the local community because he knows the many benefits it brings to people. “Some of the benefits from reflexology are the relief of stress and tension; improvement to nerve and blood supply; and it brings about homeostasis (stability),” he said. Reflexology sessions are only $40.00 for an hour and are offered between 9.00am – 1.00pm on Fridays at Morris House, 478 Old Landsborough Road, Landsborough. To book an appointment phone 5494 0818.

Performing Our Arts Off Mooloolah well and truly performed its arts off on Saturday, November 3 with a full line up of performers showcasing a diverse range of local talent from people of all ages. The night offered a broad variety of musical talent from piano accordion, some dancing, and established and emerging solo artists. ‘Miss Marie’ sang like an angel and ‘Sulco’ rocked the house. The vibe was fun and funky as people got creative with the funky hat and shoes theme. The creativity didn’t stop there as the audience showed their artistic talents with crayons and pencils at the butcher paper covered tables. Some created amazing artworks whilst enjoying the night, others wrote poetry, doodled or played board games.

Creativity flowed on in the kitchen with nacho’s being new to the menu, which proved very popular. So if you haven’t already experienced the phenomenon that is ‘Mooloolah Performing Our Arts Off’, come along, bring your friends and family and be part of the creative vibe next time. The next event is happening on Saturday, February 16. The event kicks off from 5.30pm and runs to 9.00pm at the Mooloolah Public Hall, Bray Road. For more information contact Jean 0418 720 515 or find us on Facebook.



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It started as a twinkle in the eye of three Grannies, Shirley Moore, Betty Grahm Higgs and Kate Wright. This time last year, at the Beerwah Writers Group’s Christmas party, they decided that the group should collaborate and put together a book of short stores for children. And 12 months later, through the combined efforts of 12 local authors who each wrote stories, one talented artist Davon Isackson who created the gorgeous cover, and three local youngsters Jesse, Eli and Zoey Budd who provided illustrations, the final product is just spectacular. The group is just about to pick up their second print run of 100 books from the Maleny Green Printing and is really pleased with the result of their efforts as well as the interest and enthusiasm they have received from the community. The book is also a fundraising project, with funds raised going to Zambian Outreach to assist with building a new clinic to serve 35,000 slum dwellers in Chibolya, in the Zambian capital, where there is currently no medical facility. The book contains 25 delightful stories that will capture the imagination of children of all ages and take them on a magical journey, making it a lovely Christmas gift. The books are for sale for $9.95 and are available at Beerwah Newsagency, Landsborough Post Office and at Eclectic Dreams at Landsborough or by phoning Joan Fleming on 5494 8996.

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In last week’s GCNews an incorrect advertisement was published for Forty Winks at Morayfield. Glasshouse Country News apologises for any inconvenience this may have caused Forty Winks or any Forty Winks customers.

Thursday, November 22 The Sunshine Coast Avicultural Club meet at the CWA Hall in Beerwah at 7.30pm. We are a friendly bunch of enthusiasts who enjoy raising and breeding all types of birds. You are most welcome to visit and gather information on the best way to raise your birds. For more information phone Graham Kelly 5494 6553 or Tony Drapes 5442 7064. Glasshouse Country Toastmasters welcomes visitors to come along to our meeting 9.00am for 9.15am start, at Church on the Rise, Peachester Road. Phone 5496 9855 or www.

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Winners of the Beerwah Peachester RSL Sub Branch Women’s Auxiliary Raffle were Mr and Mrs N Baker, of Beerwah. The women’s auxiliary would like to thank everyone who supported them by buying tickets and the ladies who donated all items for the raffle, you all made it a wonderful success. A big thank you to Rose Moana from IGA for drawing the winning ticket. We wish everyone a Merry Xmas and a safe and happy 2013.

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Beerwah RSL Sub–Branch will be holding their monthly general meeting at 0930 hours, all members are welcome to attend.

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Early and late appointments available


Sunday, November 25

Menshed gather each Wednesday 8.30am 12.30pm. If you have a bit of time you’d like to share, meet some great blokes, learn new skills or just have a cuppa and a chat, come along to the Market Shed at the Beerwah Resource Recovery Centre, Roberts Road, Beerwah. For more information give Bob a call 0427 606 240. If you would like to have your regular meeting dates included in this listing please email them through to


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ALL STOCK MUST GO. ENDS SUNDAY Morayfield 250 Morayfield Road Ph: 5498 7777 Email: Savings off normal ticketed prices. While stocks last. Offer valid until 25.11.2012. Conditions apply. Details in store.




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1300 4 SOLAR

If you have been thinking of installing solar panels to reduce your electricity bill, now’s the time to act - FAST. After December 31, the Small-scale Technology Certificate scheme changes (previously Renewable Energy Certificates) where the twofor-one deal will come to an end, slashing the government subsidy by about $1,000 or more. 1300 4 SOLAR is a locally owned and operated business based on Jeffreys Road at Glass House Mountains, and has been established since 1989. Their office and showroom, opposite the turn into the Township of Glass House Mountains, is hard to miss with the large solar panel out the front. Although their name may have changed over the years, the one thing that hasn’t is their focus and dedication to ensuring customer satisfaction. Landsborough locals, Ian and Judy Hall, with their son Ty, want to make sure Glasshouse Country locals and businesses get the best quality products and exceptional customer service.

The entire time you deal with them – from making the first call, to having the system installed and operating – you will be dealing with local people. The BYD solar panels used by 1300 4 SOLAR are of excellent quality and reliability, and have been measured time and time again by customers and electricians to actually produce more electricity than they are rated at. In fact, the increased output can be up to 24 per cent meaning you get more FREE electricity. For testimonials from some of the many satisfied customers, take a look at their website Ian, Judy and Ty Hall So don’t delay, call 1300 4 SOLAR now to ensure that you beat the December 31 deadline.

Business feature

Solar rebate slashed by $1,000 after December 31 *

Located on Steve Irwin Way Glass House Mountains

• We are a LOCALLY owned and operated business, established in 1989. • We have a LOCAL office … we use LOCAL electricians … we provide LOCAL satisfaction. • Our prices are as competitive as out-of-towners … but our customer service and quality products cannot be outdone. • The Federal Government recently announced that the Solar Credits multiplier will now be phased out on December 31 - so ACT NOW. ARE YOU REGISTERED WITH ENERGEX FOR THE 44C/kW SCHEME?

Do you know that the installation doesn’t have to be done by the company who did the registration. You are allowed to change. We can do your installation by December 31 to beat the deadline.


Come in and see us as you still need to have the installation done by the December 31 deadline to receive the double solar credit scheme bonus.


Get an INSTANT TAX WRITE-OFF this financial year – up to $6,500 with your installation. Contact us to find out how. * Actual reduction dependent on situation

Don’t buy just ANY solar system if you want 37 years FREE ELECTRICITY Phone 1300 4 76527 Cnr Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mountains Intersection 12



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A flying start for Preps

School News Landsborough students remember Senior students recently conducted the 2012 Remembrance Day Service at Landsborough State School. The entire school community gathered to remember those men and women who have died or suffered in all wars, conflicts and peace operations. A major focus of Landsborough’s ceremony this year was Operation Slipper, Australia’s military contribution to efforts against international terrorism in Afghanistan. The Australian Defence Force has so far suffered 39 operational deaths in Afghanistan. During the ceremony, 39 students stood silently, each proudly holding up a photo of one of the Australian soldiers killed in

action during deployment to Afghanistan. At the same time, names and images of each of these casualties were projected onto a big screen in a memorable slideshow tribute to our troops. Seeing the 39 students standing, each one representing a life lost, was a very moving part of the service. Following this, everyone paused for a minute’s silence to respect and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Other highlights from the ceremony included a recital of the First World War poem, ‘In Flanders Fields’ and the school hall being decorated in handmade poppies which were arranged to spell out a very symbolic message – ‘Lest We Forget’.

By Jennifer Horton The Prep / Year 1 class at Beerwah State School have started fourth term with a new building! During the end of third term children excitedly watched as the new building arrived on the back of four trucks. It was assembled onsite with the use of a crane to lift it over the existing hall. Boasting a full kitchen, store room and office, the classroom gives the Prep / Year 1 class all the space it could need. The new interactive white board and colourful furniture finish off this wonderful learning area. The new classroom is a fantastic environment to learn in, it allows us the space to engage in hands-on learning both inside and outdoors. If you wish to enrol your child for 2013 in Prep please call the school office 5436 5555.

The ‘flying Prep building’

Landsborough's Senior students conducting the Remembrance Day Service

The completed Prep building


Inspiring today Imagining tomorrow

We have watched them grow alongside the College. Each of our Senior students have achieved their potential through excellent OP pathways, the completion of certificate courses and the securing of ongoing traineeships.

Congratulations Graduates of 2012

Enrol now for Prep 2013 Glasshouse Country Christian College 58 Roberts Road, Beerwah Qld 4519 Tel 07 5439 0033 contact: 14 |

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47 Lomond Cres, Bellvista Estate Caloundra West

07 5490 5777

2012 Premier’s reading challenge


Year 12 students at Beerwah High celebrated their graduation and last day of school at a ceremony last Friday. There were plenty of tears and not just from the students, although it was hard to tell if they were tears of joy or sorrow. Congratulations and Good Luck in the future.

One of the activities undertaken at Beerwah State School to encourage students to read has been the Premier's Reading Challenge. The challenge encourages all students to read at least 15 books and keep a checklist signed by a parent or guardian. The challenge begins in May of each year and is finalised at the beginning of September. Congratulations to all students who completed the challenge. Students completing the challenge with their certificates signed by the Premier Campbell Newman MP

Thinking of others this Christmas "I'm buying a piglet!" "Well, I'm going to get a chicken farm!" "Don't forget the rooster for only $5.00!" The conversations between children at St Paul's Lutheran Primary School were a little unusual this week, as students discussed Christmas gifts with their teachers. But these gifts weren't for the students themselves; instead they are part of the Australian Lutheran World Service's ‘Gifts of Grace’ Christmas appeal.

The ‘Gifts of Grace’ program helps people in poverty in places such as Cambodia, South Sudan and Burundi. From pigs and seed vouchers to stoves, bedding for orphans, fishing kits and Farmer field school, students at St Paul’s are choosing exactly how they can give life-changing gifts to others far away. Gifts start at just $5.00, with six gifts under $12.00, making it truly accessible for even the youngest child. For each gift they choose, they receive a Gift Card to give to a friend or family member, and the chosen help is delivered to a family in a poor community. “Giving a gift that also blesses those far away? What better thing could we do at this time of the year,” said Mr Gilbert Lohe, St Paul’s Deputy Principal. For more information on this program, visit www. St Paul’s students Jacob and Brooke Gledhill decide on Christmas gifts for poverty-stricken families overseas

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Aranisari at Beerburrum is back in the groove, with business owner Beth Cheney having a groovy new Locally Hand Made Items hairstyle to match! y Clothing – new stock every 2 weeks Now in stock they have a great range including locally handmade y Huge range of gifts candles, funky crocheted handmade y New Age Books – spiritual cards shoes (made to order) as well as y Natural therapies y Readings plenty of great gift ideas that are just y X’mas layby a little bit different. Shop opening hours are Tuesday to 3 Beerburrum Road, Beerburrum Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm and Saturday mornings 9.00am to 9-4 Tues to Fri, 9-1 Sat (closed Sun & Mon) 1.00pm. Phone 5496 0001.

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Landsborough IGA


Now Stocking

A larger range of Barry Family Butchers Meats Local Fruit & Vegetables New Product Lines in the improved Deli & Supermarket Open 7 Days 6am - 7pm

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To be spoilt with choice for this Christmas, make your way to the Landsborough IGA where you will be amazed not only with the renovations but by their range of delicious cheeses and deli gourmets, festive treats and their expanding range of meat by the Barry Family Butchers at Beerwah. Please come in-store today to pre-order your Christmas ham or give their friendly staff a call on 5494 8449. Landsborough IGA where the locals like to shop. Jayne at Janti Hair Studio in Landsborough has once again created some fantastic Gift Packages, to help make your Christmas Shopping easy. Just pop in to pick up your vouchers, from the Superior Package which is the ultimate gift for your wife, your mum or your daughter, or yourself, down to the Silky Hands and Feet Package which is a very affordable $40.00. All of the packages are excellent value, with generous savings. Janti prides itself on professional and friendly service, so you can’t go wrong.

Forty Winks Morayfield has been selling beds for 20 years and are the oldest established bedding specialist in the area. They carry a large range of products from all the leading brands such as Sealy, King Koil and Sleepmaker. They won't sell you a bed but help you choose the one which is best for you. Add to this an extensive range of bedroom furniture and manchester Morayfield Morayfield making it a 'One Shopping 250Stop Morayfield Road 250 Morayfield Road Ph: 5498 7777 Ph: 5498 7777 Email: Experience' in a relaxed Email: environment.

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of the Hinterland Flair Jewellery

Flair has a range of unique hand crafted jewellery and offers free design, consultation and quotation to design the perfect piece to add to your collection. The friendly staff at Flair will help you select that perfect gift for your friends and loved ones. There is a huge range of jewellery and watches, including Guess, as well as lovely giftware and ceramic ornaments.

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Cedar House Homewares

Stuck for Christmas ideas? Why not choose the healthier option and buy locally at Cedar House Homewares? Being a stockist for Neoflam they understand the complete range, and can assist with styles and colours to suit everyone. While readers may instantly recognise the usually bright and vivid colour of Neoflam, Cecily is also currently stocking the softer pastel range for a different look. Why not pop in and see what Colin and Cecily have in store today, and take advantage of the huge Neoflam 50 per cent off Christmas gift sale.

Paws Luv Walks


If you want to get away for a relaxing holiday or weekend, but can’t leave your furry friend then Paws Luvs Walks is the answer. They offer daily visits to your home to feed, walk, enjoy playtime and lots of cuddles with your pets. They also offer a house sitting service, collecting your mail and putting your bins in and out. Give yourself peace of mind before heading away from home.

Gowinta Caravan Park is definitely open for business – with sites available for all types of caravans including 5th wheelers. Prices for permanent weekly sites are only $150.00 per week. The 52 sites have fully concreted driveways and site pads and are pet friendly. There are separate men’s and ladies showers and toilets and a communal kitchen with stoves, sinks, microwaves and fridge as well as 2 x coin operated washing machines and dryers.

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Doing Business

Top Gun Caravan Repairs As any caravan owner knows, the process of having your caravan repaired can be a daunting, time consuming and at times, a traumatic experience. You may need to make an insurance claim, you need to haul the caravan around to the nearest caravan repairer to get a quote, there’s usually a lengthy waiting period for repairs and once the caravan is in the repair shop it can take weeks to have the repairs completed. But not anymore! After a hugely successful trial period, Top Gun Panel and Paint is pleased to announce their expansion into caravan repairs and as with motor vehicles, we are able to repair for all insurance companies. Our aim is to make your caravan repair experience simple and stress free. We do this by offering our insurance customers a claims assistance service, an off-site quoting service and where required, we’ll even pick up and redeliver your caravan to your home. Our caravan repair division has a caravan repair technician on staff with more than 20 years caravan repair industry experience - allowing us to provide local caravan owners with the same high quality repair work and excellence in customer service that they’ve come to expect from our smash repair business - with the added bonus of faster repair times and decreased booking delays. Our Beerwah workshop is fully equipped and our premises are securely fenced to protect your valuable asset. Top Gun Panel and Paint; providing you with local convenience and a professional repair service. Contact us on 5494 0444 or email

Business feature

Prize Draw - over $2,000 of prizes

Contributed by Trevor Taylor, The Rotary Club of the Glasshouse Mountains Get your free tickets when you buy locally at selected shops in this promotion being organised the Rotary Club of Glasshouse Mountains. Over 50 businesses will be giving out free tickets in the monster raffle. These businesses will be in all five Hinterland Towns, Mooloolah, Landsborough, Beerwah, Glass House and Beerburrum. We believe if we don't buy locally there will be no shops left in our area, there will be little or no employment in our area, and the convenience of shopping locally will be gone forever! Do we want that? Please think about it, when you are looking to buy something, please give our local shops the chance to help you, everyone will enjoy the experience! For the next month, as well as feeling good about shopping locally, you will also have the pleasure of being in the draw for a Free raffle, with prizes being donated by Australia Zoo, family passes, and a Cheetah Experience, and a beautiful painting donated by Brian Allison! Look for the flyer in the window of the shop, and please ask the person serving you if they are participating in the promotion. It will be in full swing by the end of this week! Gary Stewart (Accounting & Tax), Trevor Taylor (Rotary), Stacey Bentley (Pocketbooks), Jonas Howard (Soul Pattinson Chemist) and Garth Stone (Beerwah Electronics) who will be participating in the promotion 18



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Business Buzz with Vanessa Rumble Smiley's Jewellers is offering you the opportunity to win a beautiful cushion cut Gilson pink sapphire and brilliant cut diamonds 9ct dress ring which has been independently valued at $1,750 for Christmas. To be eligible, just drop into the store anytime before 5.00pm on Friday, December 14 with a non-perishable food item or a gold coin donation and you'll get a ticket into the draw. Tania from Smiley's Jewellers is hoping that with the generous support of the local community the donations will be an enormous benefit to The Salvation Army welfare appeal - which helps to feed needy and homeless people in Beerwah. Commonwealth Bank Beerwah Branch has just had an ATM upgrade as part of the Bank’s national ATM replacement and refresh program that is currently underway. The new ATM offers local customers a more seamless and personalised ATM experience, enabling more control over how and when they access and manage their money. You deposit your cash or a cheque into an ATM that's smart enough to count the cash, read the cheque and credit that immediately to your account. In the spirit of giving at Christmas, local business operator Britta Kuttner from Natural Spray Tan at Landsborough is currently giving $1.00 for each spray tan treatment she does to the Queensland Centre for Gynecological Cancer Research. Britta is encouraging locals who love the look of tanned skin to go with the healthy spray tan option instead of spending harmful time in the sun. Her products are all natural they contain no alcohols, preservatives, oils, perfumes, parabans, odours and definitely no orange. Treatments are $25.00 however if you bring three friends, the price comes down to $20.00 per treatment. If you would like to find out more or to make an appointment phone Britta on 0426 151 506. At the recent Sunshine Coast Business awards, local Mount Mellum Business - Purity Body Wraps were a finalist in the category Lifestyle. Unfortunately they didn’t win an award, but after running into one of the judges on the night they were told it was extremely close and they had just missed out. What a great confidence booster for a business that has only been running for two years! The business has expanded with consultants on the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Brisbane, two consultants in Sydney and a consultant starting in Melbourne shortly. Purity Body Wraps provides a mobile Day Spa that comes to your home to give you a luxurious treatment which works by applying clay soaked contour wraps to the entire body starting from your heels all the way to your neck. The pressure of the contour body wraps and the warmth of the clay solution provide optimal slimming results. If you would like to know more or to make an appointment phone 1300 721 181 or check out their website

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You Said It Send your letter to email: fax: 5438 7446 post: PO Box, 99, Beerwah, 4519

Some clarification

To clear any ambiguity that some people may have regarding my horses when I did the article in GCNews, I had three horses. I do not like the word ‘rescue’ however I purchased two that were aged horses that when sold would end up in pet food. One was crippled and it took many months of treatment to enable me to ride her, the other was poor due to the fact the young fellow who had them had too many and was unable to feed them. The other horse, Rocky, had been kicked out of the stable due to his behaviour and the girl who had him was leaving the country. Her associate had said that as soon as she left, the horse was going to the knackery. A friend of mine who was also the farrier took the horse and knew I would look alter it, so gave it to me. Since the article was printed two other horses have arrived. One, a grey mare, had been saved from the pet food industry by the same farrier and was left on a free lease with other horse people in Glass House on the understanding that when they were finished with her she was given back to him. This occurred when they sold their two other horses and went travelling. The farrier asked me if I wanted the horse for one of the girls who ride with me on the same arrangement, that being a free lease hut, when she no longer wanted her, she was given back and that she be kept in my paddock where he knew she would be looked after. The other horse had been taken in by my daughter in Canberra when his racing career ended abruptly and he was about to make the trip to the pet food industry. She has had the horse for a number of years and is now intending to move to this area so sent her horse up to me. So I don’t think I have said I have saved all the horses, that is not correct, however they have

Celebrate Photo: Raoul Slater

Festive Season

Celebrate this summer with over 50 family-friendly activities happening throughout December and January! To find out about the Christmas Tree Trail, local festive community events and workshops, and exciting New Year’s Eve and Australia Day celebrations, head to council’s website or look out for a copy of the Sunshine Coast Festive Season Guide 2012/13 available from your local library, visitor information centres and council’s customer contact centres, venues and facilities.

a home with me to the end of their days and will he put to sleep when their time comes. As you would know I teach a number of children to ride and also any person who can ride and wishes to do, we will allow them to do so at no cost. Some of the children wished to show their appreciation and started a Facebook page to raise funds to erect a shelter for the horses, due to the generosity of a local business woman the shed is forthcoming and the Facebook page removed. Not without a number of threats to the children and parents by another local. I face this same abuse most days when I go down to feed or ride. I said before when I did this I asked for nothing nor did I expect anything in return. I do this because I wish to give a little joy to those who are like me and love horses. Max Chapman Glass House Mountains

Special thanks

Early Saturday morning the dog I was looking after for friends was run over at the top of Peachester hill. I would like to thank Maleny vet, Tom Duggan, for driving down so promptly to give help; also to the Peachester couple, Mary and Andrew Hogberg, who called him and stayed with the dog, which sadly died. My heart-felt gratitude to you all. David Christmas, Peachester

Glasshouse Country on hold for Caloundra South

Last Monday evening at Beerwah RSL the Sunshine Coast Council presented the next stage of the Place + project for Beerwah. The presentation was on the ‘Proposed Focus Area’ of Simpson and Mawhinney Streets, Beerwah, the perception being to draw the east and west of Beerwah back together. The more people I talk to on this issue, the comments are similar. The town requires a simpler way of getting from Simpson Street to Beerwah Parade and the railway over bridge is not convenient or reliable. Beerwah east has the two licensed entertainment venues, when you visit the Draft Planning Scheme (DPS) the retention of high and medium density residential close to these venues rather than changing to commercial or light industrial to minimise the impact of noise continues to make life difficult for entertainment venues. At the presentation Cr Rick reaffirmed that Glasshouse Country is in the Caloundra South commercial catchment and the shopping centre developers will rely on our community to support and make their venture successful. The existing retail and service businesses relying on shop front trade will need to be smarter to retain the trade they have, forget about growth. In his column in last week’s GCNews I thought he was talking about a different DPS to the one our Chamber of Commerce team has been working on. The low density residential allocations are not stacking up because of fees and charges so don’t bank on anything soon. I can’t find too much Rural Residential available either. Beerwah is identified as a Major Regional Activity Centre, I am just not sure when. I hope all residents have taken the opportunity to view the DPS when in your community. You will still have another chance at the VIC in Glass House Mountains on November 28 and Mooloolah Thunderbird Café on November 29 from 2.00pm to 6.00pm in each of the locations. The Glass House Country Chamber of Commerce will be preparing submissions to council on the DPS which need to be submitted by December 14. The chamber will be happy to take on board your submission or concerns regarding DPS, your comments will assist in preparing a balanced view of your community’s desires. Please send your comments to GHCCC, PO Box 79, GHM 4518, or email: Bob McLean, President, Glass House Country Chamber of Commerce Inc.

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Christmas Challenge Supports Local Businesses Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP is challenging residents to shop locally and purchase 100 per cent of their Christmas needs from small businesses to help bolster sales and support local jobs in the lead up to the festive season. “The countdown to Christmas has well and truly begun and local businesses, particularly small businesses need our support,” Mr Powell said. “Many of the Newman Government members have a background in small business and we understand the importance of shopping locally to support business and industry. “When you shop local, your money stays local. Our small businesses in turn support the community through a multiplier effect, with one dollar spent at a local business returning five times that amount through employee wages, rates and the purchase of materials and supplies. “Small businesses also turn dollars received back into the community through school funding, social services and contributions to local non-profit agencies. “Small business is the backbone of Queensland’s four pillar economy, underpinning the vital sectors of tourism, agriculture, mining and construction.” The ‘100% Local Christmas Challenge’ encourages residents to do all of their Christmas shopping locally – a challenge that Mr Powell has also committed to. “The benefits of supporting local businesses and shopping locally cannot be underestimated,” Mr Powell said. “My family and I always try to shop locally and are doing our small part to bring more jobs into our region.” “This challenge is about strengthening and supporting our community.” Mr Powell said there are almost 412,000 small businesses in Queensland, accounting for 96 percent of all businesses in the state.

Christmas is almost here! Beautiful and Unique Gifts Lay by now and relax, knowing you have the perfect gift hiding in a safe place Delicately Carved ‘Falling Hearts’ ring $189 Pendant was $199 SALE $149

A trio of lucky elephants 9ct Gold $399

Beautiful 9ct Gold Octagonal Cubic Zirconia Collection

Marquise Cut Ruby was $319 SALE $289

Earrings was $229 SALE $159 Ring was $259 SALE $239

Sourcing the beautiful and unusual Woolworths Market Place

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Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Christmas has arrived


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Colour Queens at Beerah are fully stocked with lots of great ideas for Christmas gifts and stocking fillers – definitely something for everyone. There are gorgeous fashion handbags and beach bags for the ladies as well as a huge range of fashion and hair accessories for the little ones. Brand new is the Shaun the Sheep Tangle Teezer brushes (there’s not a knot they don’t get out) and the brand new Chrome Tangle Teezer variety in a special black gift box. The latest hot fashion accessory is hair chalk – it’s great fun with six great colours, simple to apply and washes out easily. Drop in for a free demonstration at any time – pick a colour and we'll pop it in for free! While you are there you can also pick up Play products at 30 per cent off. Now you can also ‘Like’ them on Facebook, just go to Colour Queens Hair Styles Beerwah and keep up-to-date with what’s new. Colour Queens are opened right up to Christmas Eve so just give them a ring on 5439 0420 for your appointment or pop in and see them at shop.

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Senior Tourism Consultant Glass House Mountains Visitor Information Centre

We have honey!

Back by popular demand we are now selling local jam and honey. Honey 1kg - $7.50, ½ kg $6.00 and jam $4.00. Call into the centre between 9.00am and 5.00pm seven days to pick up your supply. Recently we had the Year 3 class from Dakabin State School visit the centre, the children learned all there is to know about the Glasshouse Mountains and ended their tour at the Glasshouse Mountains Lookout. It was lovely to have them in the centre. They were very well mannered bunch of students. Visitors calling in, or looking for something to do on the weekend? Why not call into the visitor centre, speak with the staff and volunteers who can help out with tours and walks? Book your tickets while you’re here to avoid lengthy queues and also take advantage of the bonus discount coupons. The centre is open seven days a week from 9.00am to 5.00pm excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day. Opening hours over the Christmas break Monday, December 24 - 9.00am to 5.00pm, Christmas Day - closed, Boxing Day, December 26 - Open 9.00am to 4.00pm.

Image receives Recognition This image of a young lady on the beach at Mooloolaba, taken by Margaret Thompson, was recognised by Geoff Powell, Sunshine Coast Photographer and event organiser, as the best photo of the day at the local event of the fifth World Wide Photo Walk. Attended by approximately 50 amateur and professional camera enthusiasts, the two hour walk began at 4.00pm on Saturday, October 13 ending at sunset. For the winning images worldwide, check out www., and even follow the links to the Mooloolaba images. Check out the details and put next year’s Worldwide Photo Walk on your calendar.

Melbourne Cup Day festivities were held at the Glasshouse VIC on Tuesday, November 6, we watched the race on the TV and enjoyed some nibbles. No one lost and no one won – no bets where placed!

' Jayne Wilson, Yvonne Fullerton, Lydia Ockhuisen and Lyn Griffiths We are seeking volunteers with local knowledge and a friendly outlook to assist in our Visitor Information staff. There is a variety of shifts to be filled. To volunteer your time, share your skills and make new friends or simply to find out more email:

This image was taken with a Canon EOS 1000D, 800 ISO, 1/4000, f6.3.

The Glass House Mountains Visitor Information centre is located at Settler's Rotary Park, Reed Street, Glass House Mountains and is open 9.00am – 5.00pm seven days a week.

Grafx Group meets at the Beerwah Library each Thursday afternoon, from 3.00pm. New members are always welcome to find out more contact Alistair Davis on 5496 9006 or email

If you love lighting up your home and sharing the joy with others, why don’t you let us know your address, either for the competition or just for public viewing? Entries close Friday, November 30 at 4.00pm Judging will take place Monday, December 3 to Tuesday, December 11 A list of all the Christmas light displays will be published in the last two editions of Glasshouse Country News on December 12 and 18 The competition winners will be announced Monday, December 17 Fill in the entry form below and drop it into the GCNews office at 16 Coonowrin Rd, Glass House or phone 5438 7445 or email your details to: Name: Address: Phone: Email:

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Happenings Out and About

Glasshouse Country

Beerwah State High Graduation


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Christian College Graduation

End of year concert

Teghan's Dance Club end of year concert will be held on Saturday, December 1 at the Beerwah State High School (BSHS). The Dance Club has been running at the Peachester Hall for a little over a year now, and recently the Boys Club, Girls Club and Performance Team performed at the BSHS's 2012 Dance Concert 'Kaleidoscope'. The performances received great applause. If you would like to see just how talented they are, you won’t want to miss their upcoming dance event at the BSHS Performing Arts Hall. Adult $10.00, Student / child $2.00, four years and under free. Bookings / enquiries 5494 9192. Enquiries are also welcome for Teghan’s Dance Club classes for 2013 commencing in February.


Glasshouse RSL gets festive

Nathan Siggs and Jasmine Warshawsky

Chloe Eldridge and Kylie Burrows

If you have discovered what a great night Glasshouse RSL Club offer each Friday night then you won’t want to miss out on their last evening function for the year on Friday, December 14. The evening will have a Christmas theme with salads, sweets and nibbles served with the barbecued cooked meats for this special occasion. If you want to come along you will want to book early, with payment of $20.00 per adult, children up to 10 years half price. To add to the fun of the evening, please bring along a $5.00 gift wrapped present in pink for the girls or blue for boys. Be assured that you will not get your parcel back and you will enjoy the surprise from another person. Bookings are to be made with Kaz phone 5496 9774. Last year a number of people were disappointed when they missed out, the venue was packed to capacity. The volunteers who organise the Friday night meals will then be taking a well earned break until next year.

Skyfall 007 Movie Night

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Gabrielle Cotter and Anthony Gawthorn

The Maleny and Blackall Range Lions Club in conjunction with the Club’s Personality Entrant Felicity Grigor will be hosting a movie night previewing the new ‘Skyfall’ 007 film at the Caloundra Cinema on Friday, November 30. Tickets are being sold prior to the event and will be assisting in Felicity’s pursuit to raise the much-needed funds for medical research. The event will commence at 5.30pm with guests being served drinks and nibbles before a 6.30pm start with the ticket price of $20.00 being an all-inclusive cost. So come along and support a good-cause while being entertained by the action-packed James Bond movie 'Skyfall'. Tickets are available for purchase at the Maleny Newsagency, Maleny Video Network, and the Landsborough IGA. There is a bus service leaving from Maleny and Landsborough for those who prefer not to drive and this service will be an additional $5.00 with tickets being sold at the above locations. For more information please don’t hesitate to contact Felicity Grigor on 0437 966 589.

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You might have noticed the new toilets at Mill Park in Beerwah aren’t open for use as yet. There have been a few delays because of the sewer connection and council has recently appointed a contractor to finalise this connection. In the meantime Council has made improvements to the original design of the toilets by introducing artistic elements into the front panels that depict the local Beerwah mallee tree. The toilets are expected to be fully functional by Friday, November 30.

Draft Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme It has been invaluable talking to people about their impression of the Draft Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme. A lot of locals have been coming to the displays just to seek reassurance about their own property, while others have talked through concerns about land supply issues with council’s planning staff. It seems that people on the whole are pleased to see that townships are not changing radically and that the region remains as a lifestyle destination through carefully preserving our regional character and containing urbanisation. Remember, submissions can make a difference and should be made by December 14.

Road rehabilitation in Glenview As part of a larger scope of works along Glenview Road, the existing road pavement gravel and bitumen surface between Clinton Court to Evergreen Drive is about to be rehabilitated to its original condition and width. Rehabilitation is scheduled to counter the effects of many years of wear and some minor drainage works will also be undertaken. Work is expected to be finished in early December.

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I’m so pleased to be part of a council that is doing all it can to make a real difference to protect our natural environment. Council recently dedicated 15 reserves over 500 hectares of land with known koala habitat. The reserves are located from Glass House Mountains to Pomona and the majority have been purchased through the Environment Levy Program for their environmental values. Policeman Spur Nature Refuge is 10km south-west of Maleny on 40ha and is one of the 15 reserves that’s home to numerous endangered, vulnerable or near threatened plants and animals.

Counter disaster management

We had a very successful community disaster management planning meeting at the Mooloolah rural fire brigade shed, thank you to all who attended. I’d also like to acknowledge the dedicated and tireless work of the rural fire brigades – your work is appreciated.

RADF Grants

Arts grants are available now for Sunshine Coast artists seeking opportunities for professional development for up to $2,000 in funding in the current round of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). It’s a valuable opportunity for artists and wonderful support for local arts and culture in general. In previous rounds, successful applicants have used these grants to attend arts and cultural conferences, master classes and workshops and to develop some amazing projects and art pieces. RADF applicants can speak to a Grants Officer for further information or assistance – phone 5441 8385 or email The last Mooloolah community breakfast meeting for the year is on Thursday, November 22 from 7.30am. The meetings are a great way to meet local people and talk about what’s happening in our community. At this meeting Bob McLean from Glass House Country Chamber of Commerce and Hamish Bolderston will be updating the community about plans for the Glasshouse Country Festival for October 2013.

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Is your home a work-in-progress? Many Australians buy property with a vision of what it will eventually turn into - not necessarily what it looks like upon purchase. However, ambitions of pulling down a wall here and renovating a room there often fall to the wayside as the years go by. This is most likely because unexpected expenses creep up that you did not budget for and on top of making your home loan repayments, there is simply nothing left in the kitty. It is possible however, to bring your renovation dreams to a reality with a

slight change in strategy. 1) Change your view of the cost from a ‘want’ to a ‘need’ It is easy to say that there is no room in the bank account for remodelling your bathroom, but what happens when your plumbing suddenly kicks out on you? Somehow that money is found and the world continues to turn. Of course this does not mean throwing all caution to the wind and spending helter skelter, this means giving yourself a timeline and a strict budgeting plan to get the job done! And don’t forget that upgrading outdated appliances to more modern

and environmentally friendly ones can help to save you money on your monthly bills over the long run. 2) Explore your home equity Sometimes the answer to the question - how much can I borrow - is related to how much of your mortgage you have already paid off. Years of making repayments give you a certain degree of lender leverage and could provide just what you need to finally carry out your home renovation objectives. 3) Plan wisely Now that you have decided to finish the job and have found a way to

finance your project, plan well and adhere to your budget so that you don’t get carried away and make a mess of all of the hard work you put towards making your renovation project happen. Teresa Harrison Phone 5422 9458 or 0410 648 098

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Real Estate focus 13 townhouses for sale in Beerwah On offer are 13 townhouses consisting of five distinct property types, split over two complexes, located in the heart of Beerwah at 82 Simpson Street and 31 Swan Street. The properties are being offered for sale individually, in one line or any combination thereof by Expression of Interest closing Tuesday, December 11, 2012. 82 Simpson Street consists of three bedroom townhouses which are located on the high street of Beerwah. Close to shops, schools and transport; you can leave the car at home and walk to the local amenities.

Perfect for investors, retirees and first home buyers; the complex consists of seven units and is approximately five years young. Inspect 82 Simpson Street Today. 31 Swan Street boasts 17 modern townhouses in a private location and comes with the bonus of on-site managers for added security. All seven townhouses for sale offer individual courtyards at the rear and single lockup garages. Approximately six years old the complex will suit retirees, first home buyers, small families and investors; inspect 31 Swan Street today.


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Six Townhouses for Sale Units 5 and 6 – 119m²* Single Level, Three Bedroom, Two Bathroom Units 1, 2, 4 and 7 – 132 - 135m²* Two Level, Three Bedroom, Two Bathroom *Approximately




Seven Townhouses for Sale Units 1, 3, 4 and 13 – 125 - 127m²* Two Level, Three Bedroom, One Bathroom Units 6 and 7 – 99m²* Single Level, Three Bedroom, One Bathroom Unit 12 – 95m²* Single Level, Two Bedroom, One Bathroom *Approximately

Beer wah Ray White Beerwah – 70 Simpson Street, Beerwah Contact: Ray White Beerwah: 07 5439 0300 Paul O’Brien 0427 859 399 Andrew Dobbie 0429 690 182 Sharon Brown 0427 838 826 For further information on all properties visit:


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Real Estate focus The sign that sells Ray White Real Estate has recently upgraded their signboard branding and you may have noticed the prominent yellow signboards appearing in the area. With the biggest and most recognised name in real estate behind you, a professional award winning team with a positive approach and an active market is it any wonder Ray White Beerwah is achieving record results.

If you are thinking about selling your home or you are currently trying to sell without success, please call the team at Ray White Beerwah for a no obligation market report on your home. Phone 5439 0300 or drop in to the office for an informal chat at 5/70 Simpson Street, Beerwah. List your home with Ray White Beerwah today and start packing!



Don't Let This One Get Away Been searching for a while for that unique property? Well don't let this one get away. This Western Red Cedar home is filled with classic timber finishes including polished timber floors, raked ceilings, wide timber kitchen bench tops and a huge covered timber deck area with views to a bush setting outlook. Offering four bedrooms, all air conditioned, with two bedrooms in the middle of the home and an extra large bedroom at each end of the home. One of the large bedrooms has a parents retreat and en suite, the other with private deck. The user friendly kitchen with gas cooktop and dishwasher adjoins the main lounge room which has double sliding doors to the massive covered deck, ideal for bar-b-ques, entertaining, or to just relax and take in the peacefulness this 2077sqm block offers. Storage is available under the entertainment area and the property has side access to the back yard. Nestled under the famous Glass House Mountains on a no through road, this property is quality country living and is one not to let get away.

Auction - 8th December, 2012. Open Sat 11-11:30 Andrew Dobbie 0429 690 182 Property ID 859349

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Bromeliad Beauty

Contributed by The Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society Inc

13 Cottonwood Court, Landsborough  Brick & colourbond home  3 Bedrooms  Ensuite off the main bedroom  2 Separate living areas  Converted garage or 4th bedroom  Covered entertainment area  Large colourbond shed  Double carport  748m2 of land  Close to school, shops & rail

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The dry spring has not affected the more hardy bromeliads. I have been expecting Aechmea nudicaulis to flower anytime now. This plant is perfect as a Christmas decoration with its red, green, and yellow tip of brilliance among the deep green foliage with the sharp spines that trim the leaves. We have so much colour at present with reds, yellows, burgundy and the green leaves trimmed with cream or pink, they may also be banded or speckled. The Aechmea nudicaulis should be in flower for several weeks and in full bloom for Christmas. Two years ago I built the form of a tree from 100mm PVC pipe and fittings, to form a trunk and several limbs, each limb was the holder for a plant. Last summer we only were gifted with two flowers, but this year we have many flowers to decorate our Bromeliad Christmas tree. This Aechmea species is one of the most widespread bromeliads in the Americas, found in almost every region, usually as an epiphyte, which made it perfect for our Christmas tree. This tough tubular plant with prominent spines bordering mottled green leaves, produces a cylindrical upright, fire-engine red and yellow flower spike present in mid-to late summer. The yellow spikes turn from yellow to a pale shade of greenish yellow, while the red envelope retains its striking red.

This plant can take relatively harsh conditions, and doesn’t have much root system when grown in soil, so is best grown as an epiphyte or over rocks, and looks spectacular when fashioned into Christmas trees. This species grows happily in a tree, a stump or a post and when the plants are placed strategically it gives the appearance of a decorated Christmas tree, with the red flowers and the yellow spikes to resemble Christmas lights. The sharp red and yellow inflorescence of the more widely grown forms never fails to attract attention from late spring to midsummer. You will enjoy the year round contribution this species will provide in your garden. The Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society contributes to the Bromeliad Society of Australia web site, Here you can visit the Club News tab to view the regular newsletters from around the country. You can also visit the Photo Index, where you can view plant photos. You can now do your own research while enjoying the beauty of these plants. The Society will be holding it's Christmas meeting at Glasshouse Mountains Lookout on Sunday, December 2 at 12.00noon. For more information contact president Pat Pennell 5438 7375.

The Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society Inc meets on the first Sunday of the month at the Mary MacKillop Centre, Peachester Road, Beerwah. Please bring your own cup for afternoon tea. To find out more contact Bob McLean on 0427 606 240

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4 Coonowrin Street, Landsborough Looking for a private place to relax with the family, somewhere you can entertain friends or a house that has room for a home business, well this house has it all….. 3 Bedroom home, freshly painted with new carpet throughout Eat-in kitchen with gas cooking and corner pantry  Woodfire heater to keep you warm on those cold winter nights  Covered outdoor entertainment area  Inground swimming pool complete with rock feature & palm trees  6x8m enclosed carport, dble carport & a 6x6m colourbond shed  Plus a converted shed with 2 rooms, a toilet and shower 

Set against a peaceful rainforest backdrop this lovely residence sits on close to half an acre (2023m2) of gently undulating land. Don't miss this one….inspect today!!!

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 Ticks all the boxes for the acreage wish list.  Privacy, a character home with 3 bedrooms, ensuite plus restful rural views from an inviting timber verandah.  Good sheds plus a self contained cute and detached granny flat or guest accommodation.  All fully established and well presented.  Just 10 mins from Beerwah and electric rail, 30 mins from Sunshine Coast beaches and just over an hour commuting to Brisbane City. Auction: On site, Saturday 15th December at 2pm Address: 70 Reserve Lane, Peachester Contact: John King 0409 570 284 WEB ID 2213970 Email:

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Peachester Garden Club

Contributed by Pam Innes Last Thursday, Peachester Garden Club met at the home of Trish and Gary Bradford. Following the meeting, devoted mostly to the forthcoming Christmas party, we toured the garden, with Trish's flowers vying for attention beside Gary's huge vegetable garden. Then Gary heated up the 'barbie' and Trish presented us with a great array of home grown vegetables to go with the meat and Nessie's home baked bread. President John Innes thanked the hosts and also complimented members on the fine array of flowers on the competition table, considering the heat and lack of rain. That was the final meeting of the year. For enquiries phone Trish on 5496 9169. John Innes with hosts Gary and Trish Bradford, Joan Kropp in background

Backyard visitors

Peachester local Ted Prickett sent these images in to share what has made his garden home recently. Some weeks ago 20 Chestnut breasted Manikins came to stay and happily joined the 80 or so Fire Tail Finches. The finches have been resident in varying numbers for many years, but this is the first time the Manikins have blessed them with their presence.

Chestnut Breasted Manikins

Go Green Rainforest Nursery Plant of the Week Daintree Pine

Gymnostoma australianum With Christmas just around the corner how would you like to have a rare living fossil in your lounge room, patio or backyard? A plant whose ancestors would have seen the passing of the dinosaurs and the formation of our Great Southern land. Fossil records show the Daintree Pine has been around approximately 50 million years since the time of Gondwana. Today it is found in only a handful of small sites in the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park of FNQ. The Daintree Pine is not actually a pine at all but a primitive member of the Casuarina family. The female flowers are red to pink and they are followed by fruits resembling Casuarina cones. It is a very attractive bushy plant which maintains a lovely conical shape that provides great habitat for small nesting birds. This is Australia’s answer to a Christmas tree and it grows beautifully here in SE QLD. It grows approximately 3 to 6m high x 2m wide and prefers full sun to semi shade in a well drained situation. It makes a wonderful pot specimen for many years. If you would like to see a living fossil or find out more about some of Australia’s most amazing flora then drop in and see Simon and Mel at Go Green Rainforest Nursery, 2620 Steve Irwin Way, Glenview. Phone 5494 5980 or 0448 509 139. Also check out our New Website at

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Noticeboard Raffle results

Glass House Country RSL Sub Branch Inc Friday, November 9. Lucky door - James 25D, Red diamond. Meat voucher - Mick 70C, Red heart. Fruit and veg voucher Mick 69C, Red heart. Calvary Lutheran Ladies Fellowship The pre-Christmas raffle drawn on Saturday, November 10. 1st prize a garden trolley of goodies, ticket red D95, Jennifer Kelly, 2nd prize a baby basket, ticket orange A34, Joan Harvey. Congratulations to the winners and many thanks to all who supported our raffle.

Dance at Glass House Mountains Community Hall Saturday, December 1, 7.30pm - 11.30pm. NV/ OT/M. Music by Commodore $8.00 includes supper, Monte Carlo raffle and lucky door prize. Great atmosphere, all welcome. Proceeds go to the community hall fund. Enquiries to Aileen 5496 9349.

Arts and Crafts Christmas Fair

The Maleny Arts and Crafts Christmas Fair will be held at the Maleny Arts and Crafts Building, the Show Grounds, Stanley River Road Maleny on November 30 and December 1 and 2. The Fair will be opened from 9.00am – 5.00pm on Friday and Saturday and 9.00am – 3.00pm on Sunday. Come along and purchase beautiful arts and


crafts goods, home wares and giftware. Entry is free. Morning and afternoon teas and lunch will be available. A raffle will be drawn on Sunday. Contact Helen on 5499 9000 for further information.

Buddies Refugee Support Group This is an independent community group that advocates for just and compassionate treatment of refugees and asylum seekers, consistent with human rights standards. Meetings are held in Buderim on the fourth Sunday of the month at 11.00am at 24 King Street Buderim. Next meeting is on Sunday, November 25. For further information phone 5445 3727 or 5438 2789.

Glasshouse Country Uniting Church Playgroup

The playgroup will be taking a respite for the Christmas holidays from November 28 until early 2013. After an exciting year of fun and laughter we will be holding our end of year celebration on November 28 with the graduation of some of our children to school and kindergarten next year. There will be a presentation for all the children. We are all looking forward to a wonderful new year when we resume again. Please keep your eyes open for our opening date for next year on our Church notice board and in this excellent publication. God bless you all and have a wonderful Christmas.

Br John Stevenson Glasshouse Anglican Community

It’s OK to question

I’m sure you’ve observed how new parents are always so eager and anxious for their babies to learn to talk. They cajole and coo and coax them to get out those first precious words, but inevitably, the next thing they know, they're being grilled by junior who’s discovered the allimportant ‘why?’ question. There are the science questions — ‘why is the sky blue?’ ‘Why does the wind blow?’ ‘Why is water wet?’ There are the personal questions — ‘why do I have to go to bed?’ ‘Why do I have to eat my vegetables?’ ‘Why do I have to wear a jumper?’ There are relational questions — ‘why are you crying?’ ‘Why did Grandpa or Grandma die?’ Even when a long litany of ‘why?’ questions get tedious, good parents know they need to keep answering. Children learn from asking questions. But it isn’t so much the answer to their inquiry that they’re learning. What children are really learning with these first ‘why?’ questions is to turn to the ones who love them the most, who care for them as family, for an expression of love. Questions keep parent and child engaged in an on-going, living, growing relationship. A truly worthy question generates a whole new batch of questions — and reveals some old answers. Of the 183 questions asked of Jesus in the gospels he only directly ‘answers’ three — the first about paying taxes, the second about the resurrection, and this third one about what is the greatest or ‘first’ commandment. Isn’t it liberating to know that Jesus didn’t feel the need to answer every question he was asked? Yet each one of his seemingly ‘straight forward’ answers hold the fodder for future questions. Asking questions is the only way to keep a



The next meeting will be on Wednesday, December 5 from 5.30pm for 6,00pm start at the Mary MacKillop Centre, 160 Peachester Road, Beerwah. The guest speaker is Annette Bezear a Physiotherapist speaking on continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Wives, partners, family and friends are most welcome to attend and learn what you need to know. We will have a shared meal during the gathering. This will provide time for information sharing. If attending please bring food for you and some to share. For more information contact Bob Phone 0427 606 240 or email

Healing Day

Glass House Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, opposite the post office, Ryan Street, Glass House Mountains. Held on the first Saturday of each month, the next meeting is December 1 from 1.30pm - 4.30pm. We are a group of alternative healers who will do the best to help you feel better. We have had successful experience in helping with depression, migraine, pain and other illnesses. A donation of $5.00 would be greatly appreciated to cover the costs. For more information call 5493 0102.

To ensure all community notices can be printed each month please keep your contributions to a maximum of 100 words.

Glasshouse Country Ministers Fellowship


The Glasshouse Country Prostate Support Group

NOVEMBER 21 2012

relationship alive and a question mark may just be Jesus’ biggest mark of discipleship. Having recently commemorated Remembrance Day I am sure many of us will have questions of Jesus. Why do we not have peace in our time? Why do you allow good and innocent young people to die? And that’s perfectly ok, it’s ok to question. Jesus was a master questioner. In the gospels while he directly answers only three of 183 questions posed to him, he asks 340 more questions of his inquirers. Jesus was not afraid of questions, yet Jesus was not overly concerned with answers either. Jesus knew HE was the answer, and that all the questions he asked, all the answers he gave, were part of the conversation that put him in relationship with all the people who came to him with inquiries. To be God’s child is to ask questions. The question mark may just be one of the greatest marks of Christian discipleship.

Glasshouse Country Uniting Church A Caring Christian Community

Twin Peaks Drive, Beerwah 8.30am - Sunday Worship & Youth Program 10.30am - Peachester UC 1st & 3rd Sun Phone: 5494 6187 All Welcome!

GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact Br. John 5439 9130


WE HAVE MOVED! Glass House Mountains State School Main Hall - Sun 4.30pm

A Wesleyan Methodist Church

Kids Church during service Phone: 0417 757 397 GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns

Sunday Worship and Sunday School 9.00am

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671

Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 9am Sunday, 58 Roberts Rd Beerwah All welcome! Enquiries: 5494 6354 Midweek craft, kids and youth programs – see


Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 5.30pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5494 7240

A to Z of Trades and Services A Appliance Repairs

workshop: (07) 5494 6799 mob/ah: 0409 266 807 25 Moroney Place Beerwah

LOCAL OPERATOR OVER 25 YEARS CONTRACTING Great prices on split & ducted Air conditioning systems

Lic. No. 6342

• Mechanical Repairs


AU01246 / L002423

BSA # 615 068

Ph: 0410 448 250 - Landsborough



PH: 5494 0466

21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email:

• Antenna Repairs • New Installations • Digital Upgrades • Additional Outlets

7 Days Government Endorsed Antenna Installer

• TV, DVD, VCR Tuning • Home Theatre Setups • Satellite Installations • Set Top Boxes

Quality TV Antennas Digital TV for Dummies TV Tuning, Wall mounting, Extra TV, Phone & Data outlets Satellite TV, VAST, Christian TV

5494 0747 We make your television viewing a pleasure

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Reliable & Professional Tradesman For all aspects of brick & block laying

Rendering, Paving & Concreting



trucks cars earthmoving trailers

Need a new antenna? There's a Jim's Antenna owner in Glasshouse. Call for a free quote today.


Rapid Brick & Block Laying

BSA 1182661

Full logbook servicing Roadworthy certificates Aircon repairs & servicing Brakes, clutches & all mechanical repairs 11 DYER STREET, LANDSBOROUGH


0422 580 178

Service Workshop

Mob: 0432 215 628 Ph: 5494 1222 Fax: 5494 1224

e & Juli Garth ne Sto


0434 090 197


5492 9321

SHOWERFIX offer a full range of waterproofing services for showers, vanities & bath surrounds QBSA 1086283 SUNSHINE COAST COMAPANY

Terry Vost


Antennas / TV

• Warranty Servicing, RWC, clutches & brakes • Electronic code scanning

Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

Tellum Refrigeration & Airconditioning Repairs, Installation & Maintenance to all Air conditioning systems, commercial & residential. Sales of energy efficient Daikin Airconditioners (ducted, wall hung & multi-head split systems)



Air Lic No: L050397


Jeff & Ann Ross 


• A Grade Mechanic

 Qld Company Lastest Technology Professional Technicians


Builders/ Carpenters


of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

ALL AREAS 0407 146 626

License No 71591

BSA # 1132000 / L004114

Mobile: 0429 960 300


rrum Service & Muffle u b r rs Bee

Ph: 5496 0300



0439 247 266

A Automotive


Gold Card No.: 24113

5494 6794 or 0412 060 184



0417 199 167 Joe & Cathie Roberts

Diesel Mechanic  Repairs & maintenance on all diesel 4WD’s, trucks & equipment  Mobile breakdown service available Locally owned with  Rebuilds & repairs on all components over 20 years  Air conditioning repairs & servicing experience  Electronic diagnosis on many makes & models Moby Vic’s Southbound, Bruce Highway, Glass House Mountains

0411 568 611 or 5493 0062


New Homes Extensions Renovations

Bathrooms Timber Decks Pergolas

Insurance Repairs Small Jobs Welcome BSA Lic # 1018329


M 0417 045 062


Dean Parry BSA Lic 1129044







Arctic au 22675


Pensioner Discounts

Call Damien Oxley – 0418 755 212 Glass House Mountains

Servicing the local area for over 20 years


Visit our website:


LIC. 1


Ph: 0422 864 744


INDUSTRIAL / COMMERCIAL / DOMESTIC  30 Years Experience in Trade  Tradesman not Salesman  First Class Workmanship  5 Year Warranty on Installation

ABN 40450476515

* Log Book Servicing * General Repairs and Maintenance * Automatic Transmission Specialist * Over 15 years experience



QBSA 1127008



A Airconditioning


Carpenter M 0417 045 062

T (07) 5494 7117 All carpentry work F (07) 5494 7543 RenovationsExtensions E Decks – Home Maintenance A 88 King Rd, Mooloolah QLD 4553

Ph: Saun 0424 550 057

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ABN 60 627 ACN 131 206 BSA Lic. #101

Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates

Ph 5439 0108 Fax 5439 0109

› Domestic › Commercial › Industrial


Over 35 years professional experience

C Carpet Cleaning

Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195 Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’

Family Owned and Operated

No Job Too Small

Darrell & Jocelyn Byrnes T0022

Plain - Exposed - Stencil Finishers Shed Slabs, Driveways, Pathways Patios, Under House, House Slab Bobcat hire

Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm



Retail suppliers of fencing materials, timber, logs, wire and steel. Also installers of quality fencing For a Free Measure and Quote phone

QBSA: 737533


Est locally since 1983

GREG GATTI All Concrete Work

Based in Elimbah

C Computers

Gold Card No 061792



0427 669 643


20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough

Phone 5494 8900


FIRST CALL FENCING Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew your local licensed contractor


Prompt, friendly service

Carpet cleaning – Lounge – Upholstery Phone 0412 666 557

Call Greg Small ph 5494 9199 mob 0404 903 801

PH: 5497 4097 Mob: 0419 797 448


Ceiling Fans Power points Renovations Switchboards Commercial fitouts Sheds Peachester, Qld 4519 ABN 94 093 314 882 Lic no 69975

Quick Concrete

• Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cars • Lounge Suites (Fabric and Leather) • Stain Removal, Tile & Grout Cleaning • Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Protection • Concrete Paths, Patios & Driveways

5499 9926

5413 2500

For all your electrical needs

Lighting New Homes Pumps

“All Aspects of Concreting”

Hale Carpet Cleaning


41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra

Give us a go! No Job is Too Small


5494 6500


0417 797 430 ACN 075 810 463 BSA 77142


Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals


Phone Les McDermott

PO Box 32, Landsborough, Qld 4550

• Kitchens • Vanities • Laundries •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades

EEs FQRuote

Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners

Free Advice - Quote Service


QBSA 24630

Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer

Pty Ltd


Joinery & Shopfitters


(AH) 5494 6302


2/28 Biondi Crescent Beerwah Qld 4519 Email:

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282


0412 234 240

Lic 69821



New Installations & Renovations

All Aspects of Electrical Contracting Beerwah & Surrounding areas Prompt Reliable Service No Job Too Big or Too Small

Phillip Short Concrete

Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199

Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083


Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural


ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425

C Concreting


C Cabinetmakers

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns

email: QBSA LIC1139536

Electrical Services Electrical Services ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD Installations Installations, Repairs Servicing and Air Conditioning Repairs, Servicing Installations, Servicing Domestic . Owner Builders . Repairs, Commercial . Rural . Industrial Domestic • Commercial • Rural • Industrial Domestic • Commercial •71536 Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 60278 Lic. No. 60278 PO BoxBSA 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519


Lic No 67745

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* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295


Neil Chambers Shop 2a/2 Mooloolah Connection Road Microsoft Systems Engineer Mooloolah Valley (opposite the BP) 0402 860 574

ABN 89 058 455 025


Your Local Computer Professional

Coastwide Computers Mooloolah

Office:0414 5493482 0054 Mobile: 037 Mobile: 0414 482 037

NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Lic. No. 70875

Phone 1300 721 117

Adam: Glasshouse Mtns Adam: Glasshouse Office: 5493 0054Mtns


Jim: Beerwah

Jim: Beerwah Office: 5439 9400 Office:0414 5439774 9400 Mobile: 046 Mobile: 0414 774 046



Argh! Stupid Computer! PC Solutions & Tuition will fix it! At your door, no callout fees, all areas. Local Technician. Competitve rates.


Domestic, Commercial, Phone & Data, Intercoms & Gates Solar-Grid - Connect, Design, Install

Q Specialising in: Dog, Cattle and Horse Fencing

Phone 0439 415 039 Not in excess of $27,500


Floor Sanding


For all your floor sanding needs Justin 0468 639 761 Jobs up to $3,300 only Phone 5438 7445

to advertise your business


H Handyman Services Rick’s

Mays Mowing Service Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126


For all your general handyman work Interior or Exterior Jobs up to $3,300


Aussie Mowing and Lawn Care

Quality work at a better price For all aspects of Home Maintenance and Repairs

Call Steve 0498 648 427

House Yards, Small Acreage Horticulture Advice

Mick 0418 935 162


Large or small. Experienced Local Operator

Phone Michael 0447 341 241


Garages / Sheds

No Job Too Small

• Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering

• All Exterior & Interior Work • Improvements • Decks & Timber Screens • Solar Panel Cleaning

With Every Shed Or Garage Purchased while stocks last, conditions apply

Free Quotes – Great Rates Call Mark 0416 305 327 Work up to $3,300 Only

Ph (07) 5497 2615



• Tiling • Painting • No Job too small

Professional Carpentry & Building Maintenance

FREE Roof Insulation


5493 0493

ABN 67 710 267 498

Phone George 0487 424 223


LP Gas Suppliers

Jobs Up To $3300

Maintenance Tradesman 40 Years Experience

2 William St Kilcoy


Call Mark 0428 328 103 Over 15 years experience

H Home Maintenance

BSA Licence no 60108


- any odd jobs -

 Free Quotes  Pensioner Discount  Fully Insured



A & K Glass and Aluminium




Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981



• Decks • House & Roof Washing PAINTING Do It Right Davie McIntyre Choose Brush Right Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains


 INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  SMALL & LARGE JOBS  FREE QUOTES  CLEAN & TIDY  LOCAL PAINTER Fully Licenced & Insured Call Charlie: 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223

Professional Painting Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience

All Aspects of Painting & Pressure Cleaning Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas

Painter & Decorator Commercial & Domestic

0404 621 541 No Obligation Free Quote – Quality Work Guaranteed Fully Qualified and Insured


QBSA Licence No: 1140842

Panel Beating

Quality Workmanship

• Design • Retaining walls / Drainage • Paving / Repairs • Gardens / Mulching • Lawns • Mini Bobcat Services

Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425

Watson’s Gardening & Landscaping

Offering you a variety of services:

• Panel Beating • Spray Painting • Smash Repairs • Rust Repairs

• Bull Bar & Tow Bars • Fuel Injection Repairs • LPG Repairs & Certificates

• Auto Electrics • Restoration • Windscreens

• All aspects of landscaping, garden makeovers & ongoing maintenance • Jobs up to $3,300


• New Work • House Repaints • Roof Repaints


a/h: 5494 0830

Servicing the Hinterland all areas

4 Railway Street, Landsborough


ANDREW 0423 107 716

Ph: 0418 204 159

Glass & Security

Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint

ABN 79 347 449 750



FIRST 0407 946 061


5496 9270

New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning


Call for a Free quote

ABN 87 020 422 605



Garden Clean Ups & Maintenance

0409 590 802



Phone Nick Atwell Mob: 0411 466 586 A/H: 5494 6713

Tina 0418 935 164


22+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations


Garden Clean ups Gutter Cleaning Whipper Snipping Pruning

BSA Lic: L 1117342

QBSA 1192667

Your local Jim services all areas call 131546


* Mowing * Rubbish removals * Pruning * Garden cleanups * Ride on work * Gutters cleaned

Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031


Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured

M Marine Services TO508


• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •

QBSA 1091741

G Garden Maintenance

Call Brett 0413 102 800

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Pest Control


Positrack, Excavator and Bobcat Hire - 8 tonne tipper - trencher - augers - 4 in 1 bucket - levelling bar - laser levelling - forks - 3 tonne excavator

HINTERLAND PEST CONTROL Cost Effective Local Business Est. Since 1996 Termites:

• Spiders • Pre-purchase • Rodents timber inspections • Fleas • Termite inspections • Ants • Chemical barriers/ reticulation

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BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572

Fully Licensed and Insured

We give you a warranty on our work.



ALL AREAS 0407 439 526

BSA NO. 1011255

07 5493 0440

SPECIALISING IN: ASPHALT & GRAVEL DRIVEWAYS • Bobcat 4 in 1 Tilting Bucket • Dingo & Excavator for Hire • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Fenceline Clearing • Fire Breaks • General Hire

TERRY 0427 948 997 KERRIE 0488 498 034


All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393

Plant & Machinery Shane Schultz

Local Knowledge 21 Years Experience


• Tilt Bucket • 3 ton Excavator • Laser Levelling • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Pallet Forks • Auger 250 • 350 • 450 • 600mm Plant Auger Lindeman Road • Rotary Flail/Grass Mulcher/Cutter • 8 ton Tipper Truck BEERWAH AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5494 0056 • Mobile: 0408 192 814





POSI-TRACK SLASHING & EARTHWORKS *4 in 1 Bucket & Level Bar *6ft Double Head Slasher *50hp


*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping *Firebreaks

0419 704 408

5494 8913

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B&A Earthmovers



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Installation of walls, ceilings, floors, doors, windows and built-in wardrobes. General maintenance / renovations to shops, offices, homes and sheds.

John Ross Servicing Glasshouse

BSA 720 400 Hinterland - No Job Too Small P.O. Box 302, Beerwah 4519 Email: 0402 779 275


Plumbing • Gas fitting • Drainage

Call or email Tim Warry 0430 440 834 Local Tradie looking after local residents PROFESSIONAL RELIABLE SERVICE



Phone Mobile: 0413 330 275 or 5439 0960 Lic’d Plumber and Drainer QBSA 1002354




0412 006 954









QBSA No. 1180171

Plumbing Supplies

• Yes – We Deliver All Areas • Comprehensive Range of Plumbing Supplies • Experienced Showroom Consultancy • Mon-Fri 6.00am-4.30pm & Sat 7.00am-11.00am 26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough


5439 9368





QBSA 1176615

Mark Forbes Plumbing

P Plasterers Plastering And

Commercial - Residential Industrial

0409 0401260 057020 126

Mobile: 0418 714 860 A/H – Fax: 5494 7007




E: 608 Glenview Road Glenview QLD 4553


bobcat, excavator & tipper hire

Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840


New Installations/Repairs/Renovations:  Potable  Water Waste Treatment Systems PotableWater Water Sewerage  Roof  Stormwater Roof&&Guttering Guttering Sewarage CE VI  Septic Septic&&Drainage Drainage Stormwater ER



• Pre- purchase Inspections • Annual Termite Inspections • Termite Management Systems • Termite Treatments • General Pest management Cockroaches • Ants • Spiders • Silverfish • Fleas • Bed Bugs


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8 Tonne Tipper All General Earthworks Site Prep – Top Soil – Turf Supply & Lay – Delivery

E. PO Box. 257 Beerwah 4519 FULLY BSA 1189580 INSURED

24/7 Emergency Service Available - No Call out Fee & Free Quotes

We aim to provide the best in service and price

0404 479 187 or 5494 9336

Lic No. PMT-0-11432

Blocked Drains, Hotwater System Replacement, Leaking Taps, Drain Camera, Burst Water Pipes


For reliable service call Vern ........

John Annakin

Phone John Baker on 0409 20 64 64

Maintenance Specialist


• Cockroaches • Carpet Beetle • Lawn Weeds • Silver Fish • Bed Bugs

QBSA: 1209575

Specialising in all types of domestic and small acreage water pump repairs, new installations & sales

Call 0408 347 054 or 5448 5404



* All major brands * Supply & Fit

PHONE JAREN 5439 0764



Glasshouse Country News For all your advertising needs please call Sarah on 5438 7445

or email

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Commercial & Domestic Supply & Install Maintenance Program Call Sean 0458 270 559 BSA# 76310/LO53622

POSI-TRACK SLASHING LL E A 50hp, Rubber tracks, V C A FIRE 6ft slasher, Free quotes BREAKS D

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0419 704 408



Patio Roofing One Stop Shop Specialising in D.I.Y Kits Metal Roofing, Gutters, Fascias etc Polycarbonate & Fibreglass Roofing Ventilators & Skylights Insulated Roofing


30% More Efficiency With Clean Panels


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ABN 23 084 520 507

Phone: 5493 7954 Mobile: 0414 819 111

Tiling Paul

$20 Million Insurance Free Quotes

BSA: 1052255

P: 5492 9248 M: 0407 759 060

expert tree maintenance and removal


The climbing specialists & vegetation management Experienced in all aspects of tiling

Free fast quote


Peter Hughes

> Septic tank / grease trap cleaning - EPA approved > Holding / grey water tanks and bio-cycle pump outs > Waste oil collections (free service) > General waste removal and skip bin hire


CREATIVE SHEET METAL 1/15 Free Street, Beerwah Ph 5439 0816 or 0413 050 578



* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks * Weed Spraying

For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484


Turf Supplies


FREE Delivery to Landsborough, Beerwah, Glass House & Beerburrum


• Tank Cleaning • Tank Repairs (Minimal water loss) • Tin & Concrete • All Work Guaranteed • Leaf Guard Protection


Ian Booth 0403 187 517 or 3204 4910

& also Stump Grinding Many years experience - Fully insured Phone 0412 026 545

David Lowden Tree Services

Tarzan the Tree Specialist

• Tree climbing • Rubbish removal • Mulching • Stump grinding • Free Quotes • Pensioner Discounts

Phone Brendan 0447 310 331

Certain work defined as 'building work' in the BSA legislation may only be undertaken by licensed contractors or, if undertaken by unlicensed contractors, only to the value of $3,300. However, work falling outside of that definition may be performed by unlicensed contractors and is not subject to any value limit. To check whether a contractor holds a BSA licence visit or call the BSA on 1300 272 272.

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If you are reading this ad then so are the 20 000 other people who read GCNews each week Get your business into this prime promotional spot right across the bottom of a trades and services page Call today to secure your place 5438 7445 * readership figure based on 2 people per each copy in distribution

Wintergreen Couch

Tel: Dean 07 5496 9790 or 0414 648 130

Tree Services

• Pruning • Lopping • Removal Comprehensive Insurance on all jobs Phone 5494 2444 / 0407 710 993

Fully Insured Qualified Arborist





Tiler of Multi Award Winning Homes Builders References Available Member HIA BSA Lic 76808 Beerwah


0499 179 268

Specialist growers of:

TILER 0419 750 042

Call us now 0408 220 659

• General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches

After hours: (07) 5494 7548

A local working for locals

Brent Thomas 0438 236 934

0407 748 083


Brian Dudin 0438 623 523

BSA Licenced: 1101772

5494 1794

For all of your liquid and general waste needs

pty ltd

• Chipping • Pruning, shaping & removal • Licensed to perform high risk work


A “Proper Job” Guaranteed


FOR A FREE QUOTE CALL 0417 958 944


council approved

* Septic tank & Grease Trap Cleaning * Small Truck for Easy Access T0092


Septic Services

EPA Licensed


5438 7463 0405 404 112

Glasshouse Tiling

Servicing the Sunshine Coast Hinterland


• 23 Years Experience • Any size tree • Land Clearing • Full Insurance

Call Rochelle or Matt

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Reduces Heat and Noise

Solar Panel Cleaning


• • • • • •

5494 8913


Roofing & Guttering

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only $150 (less for permanent advertisers)

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Blood, Sweat & Cheers Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Dennis Hume After eight weeks of fun and frivolity, local tradies and business people completed the Spring Business Bowls Competition at Glass House Country Bowls Club. The winning team was the Ray White Real Estate team made up of Lyn Standring, Brett Standring and Andrew Dobbie. The Summer Business Bowls Competition commences on February the 6. Nominations are being accepted now and are filling fast. Such is the enjoyment of those who take part. Any tradies or businesses interested in nominating a team should apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Contact Club Glass House staff for a nomination form. Sunday, November 11 - Appropriate for Remembrance Day, Diggers vs. Civvies in the afternoon. The Diggers were the winners on the day. The trophy was presented by Cadet Corporal Nathan Weir. Nathan is the son of the original trophy presenter WO1 Paul Weir, who was on duty this day. Nathan did a great job standing in for his father. Grandmother Jan Lawson was also a little chuffed with his presence. Wednesday, November 14 - Ladies Jackpot Bowls Day. 36 players in games of Triples. The winners with the lowest winning score were Rae Farrell, Robbie Dean and Kerry Capern with 17 to 15. Runners up were Leisa Craven, Maurie Dawes and Joseph Albrecht with second lowest winning score of 20 to 16. Winners out of the hat were Bobbie Bloomer, Noelle Dean and Ronnie Rix. The Jackpot did not go off, so accumulates next Jackpot Day in January. Thursday, November 15 - Open Pairs Bowls. AM winners were Di Hunt and Rae Farrell with 2 + 37. Runners up were Robbie Dean and Rob Farrell on a count back. PM game winners were Clive Sinton and Kerry Capern with 2 + 35. Runners up were Ann White and Ken Duff on a count back. Two games of Mixed Triples Championship were also played. Terry Little, Liz Little and Robbie Dean def Stewart Wilson, Joan Wilson and Dennis Hume(subbing for Troy German) 21 to 18. Di Garland, Rob Scullion and Jim Tatum def Brendan Freshwater, Chris Freshwater and Graham Turton 25 to 18. The winners play in the Final on Saturday, November 17. Saturday, November 17 - Final of the Mixed Triples Championship. The 2012 Mixed Triples Champions are Terry Little, Liz Little and Robbie

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Dean by def Di Garland, Rob Scullion and Jim Tatum 21 to 19. After 21 ends both teams were on 19. A sudden death end had to be played with the winners being successful. A very good game to watch by all accounts. A social game of Pairs was also played. Margaret Lehmann and Gary Lehmann def Warren Blackbourne and Maurie Dawes 29 to 15.

2012 Mixed Triples Final winners Terry Little, Liz Little, Robbie Dean

2012 Spring Business Bowls winners trophies presented by Terry Littel to Lyn Standring, Andrew Dobbie and Brett Standring

Hinterland BMX

Contributed by Vicki Beutel In September members of our club attended the Queensland State BMX titles in Cairns from September 24 to 30. It was an awesome week and our members stepped up to the plate and advanced in the placing from last year. The track at Cairns was a very technical track, which made it difficult for most riders. There was a bit of carnage all round with some riders from other clubs taken off to hospital. Unfortunately Jenna Williams became one of these statistics and much to her dismay and ours was unable to compete, it was disappointing as Jenna had a good chance of bringing home a State Title Plate. Also Danny Yujnovich suffered injuries and joined Jenna on the sidelines, hence another opportunity lost for a plate. Ben Spratt and David Hume made it to the Semi finals but were involved in crashes on the track and missed out, but a great effort for them both as we know they had a good chance of getting into the finals and perhaps scoring one of the State plates. David Hume did go on to win a State plate in the Cruiser motos. Anyone in BMX knows you can be in the lead but it only takes another rider to make a mistake and sometimes you pay, that is the nature of the sport. The following is a list of our Hinterland riders and their placing at the State Titles. 8 Year Boys - Callum Wooler 9th, 17th Cruiser 12 Year Boys - Ben Spratt 11th 13 Year Girls - Kirrilly Spratt 7th (Qualified Qld State title Plate) 13 Year Girls - Jenna Williams injured !4 year Boys - Jesse Brown-Williams 13th 16 year Boys - Mitchell Beutel 13th David Hume 15th, 6th Cruiser (Qualified Qld State Title Plate) Cruiser) Junior Elite - Jackson Smaill 10th 45 - 49 year Women - Susie Hume 3rd Cruiser (Qualified Qld State Title Plate) 45 - 49 year Men - Paul Hume 6th, 7th Cruiser (Qualified State Title Plates) Jeffery Williams 3rd, 2nd Cruiser (Qualified State Title Plates) Elite Men - Christopher Fleming 16th Dirk Winter 4th (Qualified Qld State Title Plate)

2012 Diggers vs Civvies Trophy presented to Trevor Bertram by Cadet Cpl Nathan Weir

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Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club

Contributed by Judy Walker Tuesday winners were Gay Ricketts, Ede Clark and Eileen Pierce. Victory to the girls. Friday winners Ede Clark and Horst Jonscher, 2nd Netty Cook and Darren Black and 3rd Tony Pignata and Peter Setch. Saturday scrounger winner was Eileen Pierce and pairs won by Ray Bryant and Lloyd Walker.

Contributed by Jill Kirchheiner Friday Night Tennis – Times for the finals this Friday are Div 4, Peewee, Cont Tennis ‘A’ and Cont Tennis ‘B’ at 3.30pm and Hot Shots, Div 1, Div 2 and Div 3 are at 4.30pm. For the finals all players and their families are invited to come and watch the matches on finals night, followed by the presentation and breakup on November the 23. If you know you are coming please let Dawn know to help with catering purposes. There is a small fee for non-players and players are free. There are still a few players who need to pay their season fees which are due now and need to be paid by this Friday to Dawn at Landsborough courts. Following are the results of the semifinals on the November 16 and matches for the finals on November 23 Hot Shots – Finals – Dom vs. Troy @ 4.30pm Div 1 – @ 4.30pm Div 2 – Finals – Marios vs. Bowsers @ 4.30pm Div 3 – Semi-finals - Gaga def Rihanna and Adele def Madonna Finals – Gaga vs. Adele @ 4.30pm Div 4 – Finals – James vs. Van @ 3.30pm Peewee – Semi-finals – Ds def Nintendo and Xbox def Playstation Finals – Ds vs. Xbox @ 3.30pm Cont Tennis ‘A’ – Semi-finals – Smarties def Minties and Fantales def Jaffas Finals – Smarties vs. Fantales @ 3.30pm Cont Tennis ‘B’ – Semi-finals – Crunchie def Flake and Picnic def Snickers Finals – Crunchie vs. Picnic @ 3.30pm Club News – Congratulations to our Div 2 Friday Ladies Team, consisting of Sharon (Capt), Val, Eileen, Genevieve and Kelly, who are now through to the semi-finals. They have played very well throughout the season and we wish them the best of luck in the Semi-finals. If you have lost a set of house keys at the Landsborough Tennis courts please contact Dawn. Also a box of children’s toys were found at the Peace Park Playground recently so if you think they are yours please ring Dawn. Ladies social tennis is on Tuesday mornings from 8.00am to approximately 12.00noon. Wednesday night mixed social tennis starts at 7.00pm to approximately 9.00pm and now that the weather is warming up they are looking for some more players for the Wednesday night social tennis. They would welcome any new players, beginners or experienced, for either of the above. If you would like more information about the club or being a member of the club, or you would like to know more about any of the tennis competitions, the Ladies Tuesday tennis, or Wednesday night tennis or you are interested in receiving coaching, these details can be obtained by contacting Dawn on 54941085. Court hire during the daytime can be done through the Landsborough IGA and for night hire please contact Dawn.

Beerwah Ladies Golf

Contributed by Jenny Kelly We had a great day on Thursday with a field of 73 players competing for trophies donated by Lorraine MacCamley and Alison Behncken. Division 1 was well won by Val Turner who came in with a Nett score of 69. Runner up was Sue Williamson, also with a 69 Nett, who lost on the dreaded countback. Sue had her radar tuned in on the 18th where she took out the NTP with a chip in birdie. Janelle Balfe took out Division 2 with a score of 72 Nett, followed by our prize donor Lorraine, also on 72 Nett. Division 3 was won by Margaret Goodger who scored a 71 Nett with Fay Raven runner up on 73 Nett. That's all for this week, until next time, stay safe and good golfing.

Lorraine with Div 1 winner Val Turner

Lorraine with Div 2 Janelle Balfe

Lorraine with Div 3 winner Margaret Goodger

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Glenview Mooloolah Tennis Club

Contributed By Jenny Morris Juniors We have five teams in the current Summer fixtures. In the last season which finished before the school holidays we had three teams that made it to the finals but unfortunately they were beaten. All of our five teams had an enjoyable season and are now in full swing in the current season. The junior Christmas break-up is coming up on Sunday, November 25 from 3.00pm for a sausage sizzle, games and the kid’s most popular game of water bombing their coach. Please come along and bring a plate to help with the catering. Adults The Monday night competition finished on November 12, with the finals starting on November 19. We had three teams in the Spring competition and only one is going to contest the finals. Congratulations to the Mystics from Division 3 for coming third in their division. Good luck in the finals. Our AGM I wish to advise all members and interested parties to attend our AGM on Sunday, November 25 at the Glenview Mooloolah Tennis clubhouse from around 3.00pm. There will be a sausage sizzle and social tennis on offer after the meeting. Our main topic to discuss at this meeting is the importance of resurfacing all of our three courts before the commencement of competition in February next year. The Committee needs the support and input from its members to achieve this. Another project for the coming year is to upgrade our lighting. Over the past few years we have had trouble with the lights not working due to their age and the continued wet weather we have experienced. After our AGM will be the normal meeting to discuss matters before the end of the year. If anyone wants any more information please ring Jenny on 5496 9292.

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Ettamogah Pub open 7 days from 9am. Bluey’s Bar & Grill open from 11am for lunch and dinner.

Bottleshop open 7 days, Sunday to Thursday 10am-7pm, Friday 10am- 8.30pm, Saturday 10am-7.30pm Bottleshop specials available for 14 days or while stocks last.








Great Northern 24 x 330ml, Carlton Dry 24 x 330ml, Carlton Cold 24 x 330ml

$ 9999ea


Carlton Mid 30 Can Blocks 375ml



$ 99ea




Carlton Draught 375ml 10 Pack, VB 375ml 10 Pack

Blue Tongue 24 x 330ml, Miller Chill 24 x 330ml, Miller Draft 24 x 330ml

$ 99 ea


Carlton Mid 375ml 10 Pack

so many great summer deals - I’ll take the lot! This venue promotes the responsible service of gaming and alcohol.

Canadian Club, Jim Beam 5 Lt Kegs

Edition 21 November 2012  

Glasshouse Country News Edition - 21 November 2012