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ast Friday night we headed to Peachester after work for the state school’s first Art Show. The Friday evening was the opening of the show and the exhibition continued on the Saturday and Sunday. The team of people who created the event did a spectacular job; with some subtle lighting and style they turned the outdoor area of Peachester Hall into a pretty, glamorous venue. There were also plenty of stylish mums who dressed up for the occasion providing us with heaps of talent for our ‘Out and About’ pics this week on page 21.

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Cr Jenny McKay will be hosting her monthly Mooloolah Breakfast Meeting from 7.30am at Kenny’s @Mooloolah, 1 Jones Street, Mooloolah. Free to attend.

The Mooloolah and District Community Barbecue enjoys a great local turn out. Come down and join us at the Mooloolah Community Centre for the next barbecue from 5.00pm – 8.00pm. Everyone is welcome. Gold coin donation. Meet new local people and catch up with friends and neighbours. The Community Op Shop will also be open. Enquiries contact 5494 7822. 43 Bray Road, Mooloolah. Proudly supported by White’s IGA.

Come along to the ‘Make a Difference’ free community event where you can experience Kenyan food, dancing and culture and learn more about how to make a real difference and sponsor a child at a Kenyan orphanage. 4.00pm to 6.00pm. Mooloolah School Hall, King Street Mooloolah.

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Beerwah Splash Swim Club’s last meet for this season. Race nominations are from 5.00pm to 5.30pm, with presentations to swimmers on the night. Held at Beerwah and District Pool.

Queensland CWA are hosting a Cancer Morning Tea at the Peachester Hall from Sunday, April 6 9.30am Marae Gardens Chapel, Garage Sales until 11.30am. Multi draw raffle, at 404 Steve Irwin Way, Beerburrum. guest speaker, crockery display, the from 6.30am until early afternoon. Singing Belles Choir and a delightful Bric a Brac, craft stalls, tea and morning tea. Admission is $10.00 coffee, all proceeds for stuggling and includes a lucky door prize. familities or those in need.

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Inside the hall, with the use of some temporary fencing as display boards, they created a great exhibition space which featured a real mix of local talent. Cr Baberowski was there on the night and was clearly impressed with the quality of the work on display, he spoke as part of the official opening. The exhibition was a fundraiser for the school to replace the Senior Playground and to air condition the class rooms. It was also an opportunity for local artists to show their work off and sell it to people who would not normally see their art. The organisers did a great job and already there is talk about whether it will become an annual event. Regards,

Celebrate Youth Week at Beerwah & District Youth & Community Centre (BADYACC) at a Fun Day from 10.00am until 2.00pm. This event will be held at the skate park and BADYACC grounds and is for school age or/and parents that would like to come along and enjoy the festivities. Food, beverages, DJ’s (requests or mix your own!) games and activities. 13 Roberts Road, Beerwah. For more information contact 5494 0505.

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When the Gossow family of Glass House Mountains received the news that their Foxy Chihuahua cross dog Benny had been taken into a veterinary hospital in Melbourne last week as a stray, they just couldn’t believe it. Anna who had been given Benny as a gift from her daughters Holly and Kylie in January 2009 said when Benny went missing from their property over two years ago he was wearing a collar and registration tag and had been micro chipped. “After extensive search efforts we had resigned ourselves to the fact that we would probably never see Benny again,” Anna said. And while they have no idea how Benny could have made the 1700km journey, or who has been looking after him for all this time, they are just so relieved that they have him back home with them. Benny doesn’t seem too phased by the media attention after flying into Maroochy airport on Monday night he was greeted by television cameras filming the moment he was reunited with Anna and the girls. One thing that may have come as a bit of a surprise to Benny is he now has to share his home with a bulldog puppy named Rhani.


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Bright future ahead for Clem By Lea Parkes When you listen to Craig Stevens, the boss at Hanson Construction Materials in Glass House Mountains, talk about local Clem O’Mara, who recently celebrated his 21st birthday, you pretty quickly realise that he expects great things for Clem in the future. Craig reckons that Clem, who completed his Diesel Mechanic apprenticeship with Hanson last year and recently took out the prestigious Acclaim Apprentice of the Year, could one day be running the company. Readers may also recognise Clem’s name from when he appeared on the front cover of Glasshouse Country News in September last year, after taking out the Queensland Closed State Titles in Go-Karting for the second time after only taking up the sport three years ago. Clem’s dad, Paul O’Mara of Glasshouse Country Auto Body Repairs describes Clem as having plenty of drive and determination. He said Clem is very humble about his achievements, taking them in his stride and knowing that it is through hard work that you make things happen. “When he was a kid Clem wanted to work on ‘big things’ and you can’t get much bigger than mining equipment. Some days he will work on dump trucks that can be worth up to 1 million dollars – getting this kind of job five minutes from home was a great opportunity,” explained Paul. If the old adage is true about starting at the bottom and working your way up gives you the best understanding of the company, then Clem has certainly done that. When he was a high school student Clem got talking to a mate’s dad who worked at the quarry and mentioned that he was interested in becoming a diesel mechanic, and the wheels were set in motion with Clem doing a week’s work experience to find out what the job was like. The following year he started a school based traineeship and a week after finishing Year 12 he started his apprenticeship with the company. Craig explained that with Hanson Construction Materials centralising their in-house maintenance

Do you suffer from Sciatica, Pins and Needles, or Burning Pain? Do you experience pain or tingling running down your leg? Or pins and needles in your hands or feet? Do your arms or legs ‘fall asleep’ or feel numb? If so, you may be suffering from Spinal Subluxation - the term chiropractors use to describe misaligned vertebra irritating your nerves. So how is your spine responsible for pain and tingling in your arm or leg? It’s really quite simple. (See Image) Your nervous system is made up of your brain, spinal cord, and nerves. This extensive network allows your brain to communicate with every organ, cell and tissue in your body. But once your spinal health deteriorates to the point of irritating your nervous system, you lose your potential for normal feeling and function – and a symptom develops. Sciatica is a symptom...not a cause of leg pain. 4


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It’s just a fancy word to describe nerve pain down your leg. The more important question is what is causing the sciatica? There are several causes of radiating nerve pain. Some of the most common are intervertebral disc injuries, tight muscles, and spinal subluxation. Finding the cause of your symptom will then lead you to the appropriate therapy. If stretching and massage haven’t worked, the cause is not likely to be muscular. For ruptured discs, surgery is often the best option. And you guessed it, chiropractic is the best option when

facility for 12 of their quarries across Queensland at their Glass House Mountains facility, this means that Clem gets the kind of experience most diesel mechanics only get from working in much more remote locations. “For someone Clem’s age, he is very well prepared and organised in his approach to his work, and he has made a valuable contribution to reducing costs for the company through our inhouse maintenance compared to outsourcing these arrangements,” Craig said. Each year since Clem has been an apprentice through Acclaim his work has been recognised, initially for outstanding achievement in 2011, and in 2012 and 2013 he received an award at the Apprentice / Trainee of the Quarter awards. This year he finally cracked the big one and received the 2013 Acclaim Apprentice / Trainee of the Year. Since completing his trade in September 2013, he has already taken on the role of apprentice supervision and has become the site health and safety officer. And while he hasn’t mapped out his next 20 or so years at work, he is keen to look at what other opportunities come his way. Clem is keen to acknowledge the support he has received from Hanson – both in his work and with his competing in Go - Karting where they are one of his sponsors. Clem clearly enjoys his job and reckons that school based traineeships are a great way to go, with one of the benefits being that it reduced the amount of time his apprenticeship took to complete by about eight months.

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the cause is spinal subluxation. Two separate studies have shown that as little as 10 to 45 millimetres of mercury pressure (the weight of a coin on your hand) placed on the nerve was enough to change the nerve impulses by 40-60%. So even ‘minor’ subluxations can have a dramatic effect on the way you feel and function. The purpose of the chiropractic adjustment is to restore normal function to the spine, and reduce any nerve irritation caused by the misalignment. Chiropractors are the only health professionals whose sole focus is on detecting and correcting vertebral subluxation. If you would like to find out if Spinal Subluxation is the cause of your symptoms, call Adjust to Life Chiropractic on 5494 0499. 6/21 Peachester Road, Beerwah.

Council planning placed on-hold by States demands By Greg Brown

The long-awaited Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme approval has been postponed by council to give them more time to address the State Government’s condition that council is to amend the plan to include another 1400 hectares of land for urban development. After extensive community consultation, council had excluded an area – known as Halls Creek – from being designated as an ‘Investigation Area’ for future urban development. Halls Creek is an area adjoining and to the south of the soon-to-be-developed Caloundra South master planned community; roughly north of Roys Road on the eastern side of the highway. Both areas are owned by Stockland, a major land developer of large areas across the Sunshine Coast, such as Bellvista at Little Mountain. Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson said the State attached a condition to its approval of the planning scheme that would see Halls Creek considered for urban development. “Council wants to sit down with the Minister for Planning to further discuss the implications of this condition,” Mayor Jamieson said. “Council undertook the most comprehensive community consultation ever seen in this region to develop the scheme. “During those discussions the Sunshine Coast community made it clear it doesn’t want any urban development at Halls Creek. “There is a very strong need to protect the Sunshine Coast-Moreton Bay regional inter-urban

break as an important feature for South East Queensland,” he said. The move has come as a major surprise – not just to council – but to most of the coast community. When Mayor of Brisbane and chairman of the SEQ Council of Mayors, Premier Campbell Newman was opposed to the idea, saying at the time … “Protecting inter-urban breaks, such as those between Sunshine Coast and Caboolture is crucial. No one wants to see a 400km long continuous urban area in south-east Queensland.” It is also a position held by all the sitting Liberal National Party State Members – including Mark McArdle and Andrew Powell. In their published policy ‘A liveable Sunshine Coast for a better Queensland’ the local politicians committed to … ‘preserving interurban breaks to safeguard the Sunshine Coast’s distinct character. We are also committed to retaining the character of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.’ MP for Caloundra, Mark McArdle clarified his position, saying that the State Government was not asking for the Halls Creek area to be developed. “We are simply providing the means by which an assessment can be made. A region needs lungs to breathe and an economy to grow, so let’s see all the work and assessment completed before any decisions are made." The apparent back-flip has been condemned by the Sunshine Coast Environment Council (SCEC), who have been working with council and

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Recently Member for Caloundra Mark McArdle hosted the second annual Caloundra Electorate Community Awards, an event that’s designed to recognise the unsung heroes of our local community. Mr McArdle said to say that he was impressed with the calibre of nominees was an understatement. “We were inundated with nominations for outstanding individuals and groups,” he said. “There was representation from the hinterland and I would like to congratulate the Glasshouse Country locals who made it as a finalist in many categories, Beerwah State School’s Support-A-Reader program, Motor-cross champion Hunter Lawrence, tireless fundraiser Shirley Ruhle, Winter Angels founder June Luton, Glasshouse Country Christian College’s Sandra Brahim and student Jesse Woods. “Special mention must also go to Alan O’Callaghan, aka the Mayor of Mooloolah, who won Volunteer of the Year, James Cran who was awarded Young Achiever of the Year, Sue Joseph of Daisy’s Place for winning Business Achiever of the Year and Dan Moodie and Tara Smithyman from Total Microsystems in Beerwah for winning Young Business Achievers of the Year. “The achievement of each and every person who was nominated was very inspirational and made me incredibly proud to be the Member for Caloundra,” he said.

State Government to protect the integrity of the Pumicestone Passage environment. SCEC President, Keryn Jones said that it was one of the worst examples of hypocrisy witnessed in the 30 years of SCEC's existence. “Prior to winning government, all currently sitting local State MPs committed to protecting the inter-urban break and the Pumicestone Passage, safeguarding the Sunshine Coast's distinct character and recognised the importance of the local community having a say in its future,” she said. “It seems now they are in government our local members are prepared to ignore their commitments along with the fragile health of the Pumicestone Passage and the strong community and council resolve that this area should not be developed. To override a clear and consistent position, particularly given the amount of land already approved for development, smacks of looking after developer interest rather than public interest,” Ms Jones concluded. The Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme sets the direction for the growth of our local communities, and is vital to establishing the priorities for years to come. Mayor Jamieson is exceptionally mindful of this. “Council is very conscious of the importance of getting the new planning scheme approved as it will provide certainty for investment, and add further momentum to our economy,” he said. “This is why council will work with the State Government to progress this issue as quickly as possible.”


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Mytho Poetic exhibition opens 11 April Enjoy an evening of enchanting music and artistic contemplation at the opening of Mytho Poetic: Print and Assemblage Works by artist and printmaker Glen Skien at Caloundra Regional Gallery, next Friday 11 April. The exhibition features artist books, collages, installation and printmaking. Bookings via council's gallery website are essential.

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Adult Literacy Program If you would like to improve your language, literacy or numeracy skills register to attend the free accredited Adult Literacy Program held at Maleny Library on Wednesdays from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Learn in a friendly and supportive environment. Visit council’s library website or call 1300 LIBRARY (542 727).

Enter the SCAP New Media art prize Entries for the New Media category in the 2014 Sunshine Coast Art Prize (SCAP), with prizes valued at $8,000, are now open for emerging artists working in photography, video, animation and projection with an emphasis on innovative digital technologies. Entries close 9 June. Visit council’s gallery website for entry details.

Fauna monitoring project The environment levy is funding a large-scale fauna monitoring project in council-managed reserves across the Coast. During April, specialist monitoring crews will undertake the second round of seasonal surveys to track and record the wildlife that lives in these conservation areas. Information will help improve management practices to ensure they are maintaining the reserve's ecological values.

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By Anne Snell

Local Landsborough windsurfing legend Peter Nitschke, is celebrating his 40th year in the business and his customers are getting the presents. We caught up with Peter to reflect on a lifetime of involvement in a sport that he still loves. Peter has always been a water baby and while still in his teens he opened the first surf shop in his hometown of Launceston. Here he built surfboards but later sold the business and went travelling. While he was in Germany in the early 70’s he met Manfred Charchulla and saw his first windsurfer. Here was something completely different to board riding and the craze was spreading. They first appeared in California in 1967 and through Europe in 1970. Peter, along with his brother Michael and Manfred brought the first windsurfers to Australia and the sport took off. They started in Tassie in 1974 and then travelled the country doing windsurfer displays and giving lessons to anyone who was interested - and many people were. In fact, it became one of the fastest growing sports in the country. The idea of being able to surf even when there were no waves was catchy, and when the surf was running the combination of sail and board made for some exciting new challenges. The windsurfing craze swept the country in the 80’s and Peter became a Master Sailboard Instructor. The sport became competitive and Peter was a state champion and also competed in the preselection trials for the Australian Olympic team. He ran sailing schools in Eimeo, near Mackay and on Bribie Island, as well as a shop and school in Caloundra. These days Peter runs his business from his home in Landsborough, but is still busy with teaching. He has recently returned from a month’s tour of Tassie promoting the sport he still loves and enjoying the lifestyle it has given him. But the story doesn’t end there. As well as being a sailor, Peter still builds and designs boards for his clients, something he has done from the beginning.

While he does import some standard boards for resale, his specialist boards are handmade using timber veneers and lightweight carbon epoxy composites over foam cores, resulting in boards that are strong and light. Over the years shapes have changed as designs developed. As well as being a one stop shop for all windsurfing equipment, Peter also has a range of surfboards, including retro longboards and standup paddle boards. He can provide you with all your kitesurfing needs and more importantly give you the instruction you need to master your chosen equipment. Peter has seen a new wave of interest in windsurfing in recent years, with many folks rediscovering the fun of standup sailing with new boards and rigs that are smaller and easier to handle than the old ones. Visit his website at www.caloundrawindandsurf. to take advantage of those birthday bargains, or maybe book yourself a lesson with one of the most experienced teachers in the business.

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Mountain climbers and rubbish dumpers … take note By Greg Brown

There are generally two types of people who use our local national parks and forests. Those who do the right thing … and those who don’t. Those in the former category are very welcome to visit, enjoy the landscape, use the facilities as much as they like, and come back again and again. Those in the latter category aren’t given such a warm reception. According to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS), 20 people have been caught out and fined climbing the closed Glass House Mountains tracks since last June. Not only are they degrading the very environment they’ve come to look at, but they are putting themselves – and potentially others such as local SES rescuers – at mortal risk because of their foolishness. And they are risking a $440.00 fine. QPWS surveillance of the tracks – both open and covert – has increased in response to walkers still using the closed tracks, even after walking past signs warning them of the dangers posed and the penalties applied if they continue. A QPWS spokesperson would like to remind people that, for safety reasons, the tracks on Mt Tibrogargan and Mt Beerwah are closed, but that Mt Ngungun and Mt Beerburrum remain open for hikers and climbers as well as the Trachyte Circuit and Tibrogargan Circuit.

“The public is urged to check park alerts at www. to ensure which Glass House Mountains tracks are open, particularly after wet weather which can seriously increase instability in the area,” said the spokesperson. Local MP, Andrew Powell encourages locals and visitors alike to get outdoors and enjoy our spectacular environment. “Just do it in a safe and responsible manner,” he suggests. “The tracks that are closed have been done so for legitimate safety reasons. “Those that do the right thing will have a fantastic experience,” Andrew said. Meanwhile, within the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, the Litter and Illegal Dumping Unit have been chasing down scoundrels who think our parks and forests are just free dumping grounds for them to use. The Litter and Illegal Dumping Unit has been working with HQ Plantations, Moreton Bay Regional Council, and Sunshine Coast Council to address the number of illegal dumping incidents. And, according to Andrew Powell, they’ve been having some serious impacts in reducing illegal dumping. “As both the Member for Glass House and the Minister for Environment I welcome the ongoing partnership between my department and HQ Plantations to crack down on illegal dumping,” Mr Powell said.

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Cyril Davis was born in Jandowae, the sixth child in a family of eight. Leaving school at 14 his last school report stated that he would make a good farmer. This proved to be correct as loved the challenges of farming and spent many years farming in Jandowae, Biloela and Greycliffe farming as well as completing National Service Training before he and wife Del moved to Glass House Mountains in 1986. Their move saw them purchase a meat chicken farm, and develop a macadamia orchard at Glass House Mountains. Cyril enjoyed the new challenges and grew with the changing chicken industry. They moved off the farm in 1996 relocating to

Hempstock Street, Glass House Mountains which was when Cyril took up a hobby, making furniture with most of the wood coming from their farm. In February 2012, Cyril and Del relocated to Embracia Village at Beerwah, and in doing so made more friends. Cyril played outdoor bowls at Glass House Mountains and in recent years Cyril endeavoured to support the Glasshouse RSL Sub-branch and Senior Citizens’ Club at Beerwah as well as being actively involved in the Glasshouse Country Lutheran Church. Over the years, Cyril made many friends who will miss him and his friendly smile. Cyril leaves behind his beloved wife Del, Geoff and Louise, Cliff and Tic, Ken and Tracey, Janelle and Tony, Leon Ramphueng and his much loved grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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Contributed by Jenny Morris Our local councillor, Rick Baberowski was out and about on March 14 informing the Glasshouse Country View members of what is happening on the Sunshine Coast Council. We had a few guests attend our luncheon at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club to listen to what Rick had to say about council plans for our area. We now have our own special View Club Banner. A big ‘Thank you’ to Kym, Joy (who kindly allowed us to use one of her paintings), and Meg from Laura May Patchwork & Craft in Maleny who did the appliqué. Meg has asked that we send a donation to the LFL Program for her work. On behalf of the Club, I would also like to thank Charmaine and two other ladies from Embroidery Gems in Beerwah who donated their time and embroidered the names and attached the picture to the banner. Pauline and husband

David helped Kym with the logo transfer and Kym finished it off with embroidery and piping. As a valued part of The Smith Family, View members contribute significant fundraising and volunteering support to help Australian children in need to reach their potential through education. Membership of View is suited to all women interested in meeting regularly, establishing lasting friendships and contributing to the community. Please contact Margaret on 5435 2172 if you wish to join our club or visit the View website for more information.

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Glass House Mountains Visitor Information Centre Volunteer Maree Chappell was among volunteers that attended a recent trade show where 50 tourism operators shared their products. A highlight of the day was a performance from Kim Kirkman who runs the new Holistic Centre, LIFT (formerly the Treefrog Gallery) at Maleny. Kim performing a spine tingling rendition of O sole mio for Maree Chappell

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Electricity charges – things you should know Coal is considered by the power stations as currently being cheap; meaning the cost of producing electricity in Australia is cheap. So cheap that the actual cost of purchasing electricity (by the resellers – Origin, AGL etc) is the LOWEST it has been in 15 years. But Australians pay MORE than any other country for network costs, with electricity retailers operating at a hefty margin. Also, $100 to $150 of your money annually (about $36 per account each quarter) goes into a kitty so that discounts can be offered to ‘special customers’.

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There’s an incredible range in annual electricity and gas consumption between different households in Australia. Some households with three or four people have quarterly bills of only a few hundred dollars, while others the same size have bills of over $2,000. Households with large bills are the ones who really need to take a second look at how to save energy in the home. The more you use, the more ways 1300 4 SOLAR can find to save you money. Your energy use is the result of many decisions made over the years on things like the house design, its orientation, lighting, hot water systems installed, the appliances you’ve bought and how you live your life. Being energy efficient is all about making the most of the energy you pay for. Being efficient does not mean sitting in the dark, shivering in winter. It’s all about being smarter with the way you use energy.

Here’s a typical breakdown of electricity use from one house we audited that had air conditioning, gas hot water, and about 80 low voltage down lights.

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We looked at what was installed for hot water, heating and cooling, and suggested some simple behaviour changes. With each, we listed the cost and annual energy savings so it was simply explained what percentage savings we could find, as well as how much it would cost to deliver savings, and how long it would be before that investment can pay for itself. Insulation can save $$! Up to 35% of heat escapes from a house through an uninsulated ceiling. Uninsulated walls count for a further 15 to 25% of losses and uninsulated floors account for 10 to 20%. Improving the insulation throughout the house is

an effective way to reduce heat loss and save money. You’ll be cooler in summer and cosier in winter. And insulation is surprisingly inexpensive.

Electrical appliances

Do you really need that second fridge? If not turn it off, it is probably very old and uses an excessive amount of power. Ask yourself do you really need your second fridge? If so consider buying one of the new energy saving fridges that use around only 500 kW per year. The following items use this amount of power:- 3% laundry – 13% computers and TVs – 4% standby power – 14% kitchen appliances – 21% heating and cooling – 45% lighting. Their individual use all add up to quite a bit of energy! Many appliances have standby losses, so where you can, turn them off at the power point, save power and money. So switch off standby power wherever possible.

The worst offenders include computers, DVD players, microwaves and electric toothbrushes. Most microwaves use more energy to power their digital clock than to heat food. That’s because they are on standby mode 99% of the time. So, it makes sense to switch them off at the wall. Wash in cold water as often as possible. The detergent will kill germs and remove odours by itself. Only use the machine when it’s full because washing just a few items or washing a full load uses just about the same amount of energy. Dry your clothes outside on sunny days and avoid using the electric dryer. The dryer is a big user of power, so only use it sparingly. The sun is, after all the cheapest source of energy. If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from our years in energy efficiency consulting, it’s that every home is unique and that the way everyone uses energy at home is also unique.

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What is Probus?

Contributed by Val Machin Come along and see! We are the Glasshouse Mountains Probians. We no longer work full time, but provide opportunities to keep minds active, expand interests, build new relationships and enjoy the fellowship of new friends. We participate in monthly meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Usually our Probus members at the City Botanical Gardens meetings are held at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club but for this month only we are at the Beerwah Community Hall. Starting time is 10.00am. Our speaker for April is Mr Tony Moorhead who will speak about ‘Haemochromatosis’, which is an inherited iron overload disorder. We provide a free morning tea and our members bring along a small plate of food to share for lunch. We have Matilda Fruit Barn donate a fruit and veggie basket as a lucky door prize. Our monthly outings to various and interesting places are always popular. Last month we caught the train and visited the City Botanical Gardens, we then caught the ferry to South Bank for lunch and then went on to the Art Gallery for the latest exhibition called ‘Falling down to Earth’. Visitors and new members are most welcome. Call Val, our membership officer for more information on 5494 1406 or just come along next Wednesday, April 9, at 10.00am at the Beerwah Community Hall.

Glasshouse Country Senior Citizens

Submitted by Ian McCarron Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, April 8 - Monthly meeting. Guest speaker will be Trish Cashin to speak on recycling. On Tuesday, April 22 we will host a free morning tea. All over 50’s and district Senior Club members are invited to the free morning tea with entertainment starting at 9.00am and finishing around 11.30am. Lucky door, numerous raffles and stall will be available. Local seniors are asked to bring a plate. It will be held at the hall next to library in Beerwah. For bookings and enquiries ring President Patricia Williamson 5493 0345 or Jim McCarron 5496 9836. Reminders - Tuesday, May 13 - Annual General Meeting and a pie lunch, Wednesday, May 21 - Bus trip to Brisbane City Hall. More details at AGM meeting, Tuesday, May 27 - Games day, Tuesday, June 10 - Monthly Meeting, Tuesday, June 24 - Games day, Thursday June 26 - Sandgate Seniors are to visit us.

Orchestra to hit the sweet notes

The new musical director of the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra, well known Beerwah Violinist Donna McMahon, will be using her baton to bring together a group of over 50 musicians including Landsborough string teacher, Anne John as they perform some of the best known works written for orchestra on Saturday, April 5. Anne will be leading the cello section of the orchestra in the program ‘How Suite is That’ at the Lake Kawana Community Centre, Bokarina on Sunday, from 4.00pm which is a collection of sections of musical suites of the late romantic / early modern era. All the musicians have given up their time to rehearse weekly for this concert, with all of the proceeds, thanks to the Bendigo Bank’s sponsorship, going to CCSA Hall, Caloundra. This community hall is operated by a volunteer committee which organises daily programs for the locals. Tickets priced $15.00 for pre-sold and $20.00 at the door, are available on 0411 141 580. Anne and Donna looking forward to Sunday’s concert

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McCloy Dental can help solve your sleep issues. Sleep apnoea is a serious medical condition that can increase your risk of heart failure, diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure and decrease your life expectancy by eight to 10 years. Sufferers have a high incidence of headaches, reflux, and may grind their teeth and feel tired and ‘cranky’ during the day. Those with sleep apnoea, can spend 10 hours in bed, but get only one to two hours of ‘real sleep’. No-one can feel rested, or recover from any medical or health problem after that. The most common cause of sleep apnoea is a blockage of the airway during breathing while asleep. This blockage may be due to excess weight, the epiglottis or the lower jaw. Sometimes dental treatment, which changes the position of the lower jaw, or a night guard, can stop you from suffering from sleep apnoea. Health Check The ideal treatment from sleep apnoea will always be a CPAP machine. But not everyone wants to use one. Some lucky people will be in the group for whom repositioning the lower jaw willlogo work.& new photo of them both Include The difficulty is to determine who is in that group without wasting money and risking your health by investing in an appliance, which will not work for you. Plus contact details, address, facebook,

The Healthy Guru is excited to be joined by a great Foodie, Liz Gilbert Grant. Leanda the business owner of The Healthy Guru Beerwah met Liz at one of her workshops on the Gold Coast and found the workshop so informative and the food so yummy that after a quick talk both ladies agreed to host a Raw Food workshop at Beerwah. (Sunday, April 13, Beerwah Community Hall). Identifying the need for us to be more informed about the nutrition in our foods today, Leanda is very passionate about what our foods can give us and the ways they can impact on our bodies and mind. So the chance to work with Liz is most welcomed. We hope to bring a new insight in what creating a good diet can achieve for your own personal wellness. In our clinics we are asked a lot about meal planning and preparations and in our workshop we will show just how quick, easy and inexpensive great meals can be, served quickly and full of nutrition for the whole family. For more information on Liz go to and to book for the Beerwah workshop please contact Craig or Leanda at the Healthy Guru 5439 0097.

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

The Public Servants’ Prayer

Although we assist all things here below Grant that Thy servants may go slow That they may study to comply With regulations till they die. Teach us oh Lord to reverence Committees more than common sense And train our minds to make no plan And pass the baby when we can. And when the Tempter seeks to give Us values of initiative Or when alone we go too far Chastise us with a circular. Mid war and tumult fire and storms Give us strength to deal out forms And may Thy servants ever be A flock of barren sheep for Thee. O Lord grant that this day we come to no decisions, nor run we into any responsibility but that all our thoughts may be directed towards establishing new departments forever and ever Amen. When I saw the stupidity of narrowing Simpson Street in Beerwah to make it a parking traffic hazard it reminded me of the above poem. Gordon Wright, Glass House Mountains

Where is the evidence?

No proponents of the proposed motor cross bike facility have presented any evidence supporting the contention that illegal or nuisance riding or 4WD use will be reduced. Where are the statistics from other facilities around the country to support this? You cannot use it as an argument unless you provide such facts. And what of illegal 4WD’s in parks? It will have no effect on them and they are an equal menace. There needs to be substantial charges to support the facility, which is meant to be a paying commercial proposition. Most current riders in National Parks and on private land are looking for a free ride without restraint. Is Minister Powell currently measuring current off-road vehicle usage in parks etc so that he can make a before and after comparison? If there is no difference after the facility is built, will he then dismantle the facility? I suggest the real problem is that no Queensland government has put serious resources into policing off-road vehicles in parks and nuisance areas. There needs to be an off-road licensing and training system along with serious policing and fines. It is my view that illegal off road use by bikes will increase because these areas will be used as cheap training venues for users of the new facility. Then what of erosion? How many proponents of this idea have inspected the area and seen the current damage being done to the forest on existing 4WD tracks? The soil is the typical friable loamy sand of Wallum, subject to immediate stripping once vegetation is damaged. That silt washes into the creeks, changing the ecosystem and eventually will clog Bells Creek and Mooloolah River. Tracks on even gentle slopes strip to rock within a short time, and the less intrepid riders then seek new tracks. Thus there is continual widening and erosion, with undermining of tree roots and eventual death of adjacent vegetation. Incidentally, BMX is out of the question – it would be impossible to ride in that loose sand. Five different types of tracks are proposed for the area, each with its own facilities, which would entail clearing large tracts of forest. 12 |

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And has anyone given thought to the poor residents in the northern part of the area? The noise of only two bikes is ear splitting, what of several hundred? Fitting all off road bikes with silencers would solve many problems and avoid the need for sound barriers. The noise of even two bikes at full throttle is well above Queensland Health Standards. Roger Callen Beerwah

Off-road motor cycle facility

Contrary to the Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare Management Committee’s claims (You Said It, Glasshouse Country News, March 19) the Queensland Government is committed to protecting, preserving and managing our protected areas. I can assure readers the proposed Sunshine Coast off-road motorcycling facility will be built with due consideration to any environmental impacts, and will in fact have an immediate environmental benefit in helping to reduce illegal riding in nearby National Parks and state forests, including plantation forests. The precinct cannot be located in ‘neighbouring pine plantations’ as suggested, as they are privately managed and operated ‘working forests’, with heavy forest harvesting and planting machinery. Drivers and riders are currently putting themselves in great danger by accessing prohibited areas in these plantations - our proposed facility will actually improve safety for participants by providing them a safe area to ride. The proposed location is in a formerly logged native forest area and conditions on the development and operation of the facility will ensure possible impacts on the site and surrounding area are mitigated. These conditions will enable the Queensland Government to ensure that the facility balances the sporting and recreational interests of riders with environmental and social responsibility. The public will have a chance to comment on those conditions in June this year. Steve Dickson, Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing

Re: GCNews ‘Ultimatum on Rail Duplication’ article

This story raises many issues. Firstly, it would appear that this government is fast becoming a ‘won’t-do government’. Like their federal counterparts, they seem to be hell bent on blaming previous governments for all the world’s troubles, but they can’t seem to offer any solutions. While the effectiveness of the previous governments could be questioned, to continuously blame them does not appear to offer a vision for the future. It would be good if negative politics could be forgotten for awhile and replaced with solid and honest administration. Secondly, the treasurer keeps reminding us that we have been saddled with a massive debt. This maybe so but there seems to be no statements on our ability to repay. I have debt. It’s called a mortgage. I can sell my house and get rid of the debt but I choose not to because I have the ability to repay. Surely our state government has the ability to repay its debt whilst making sound economic investments for the future? This country has managed massive debt before. At the end of World War 2 the ratio of debt to GDP was 104%. At present it is well below the OECD average. As for the railway itself, it has been reported as one of the busiest sections of single track in Australia. Lack of duplication has seen it

become an economic bottleneck. It should be remembered that the track does not stop at Nambour. It is part of a state wide network that is used for hauling freight and long-distance passenger trains. Duplication of the track would allow for more passenger services to Brisbane, faster freight services and the elimination of lengthy delays at level crossings. It would also be required for the construction of a railway to Caloundra and Maroochydore, which appears to have been forgotten by the government. It is my understanding that the previous state government had acquired a corridor of land sufficient enough to have the track quadruplicated to Nambour with an anticipated completion date of 2026. Some of us would see that as a sound economic investment for the future. Others would see that as contributing to state debt and, therefore, a reason to do nothing. Brad Boustead Glenview

Community spirit at work

Since March 5 when our Mayor helped the Twinnies unveil the wishing wells at 13 Parkside Drive, Beerwah, $274.00 has been paid into the wishing wells and a further $250.00 donated in prizes for future fundraising events. It's great to see such community spirit and we hope everyone can take a walk from the Beerwah Marketplace via the public walkway and give the Twinnies a wish for their future needs of a permanent home for their Pelican and Seabird Rescue and Rehabilitation centre. Yvonne Taylor Beerwah

Sharing the road

Michelle of Peachester (GCNews January 15) should be pleased to know that from April 7 motorists will be able to cross centre lines (including double unbroken centre lines) provided they have a clear view of any approaching traffic and it is safe to do so. Fines for cyclists breaking the road rules will also be increased to the same amounts faced by motorists. Rather than feeling annoyed at cyclists, perhaps Michelle should be grateful that there are people engaging in an activity that has huge physical and mental health benefits and has no impact on the environment like motorbikes and cars. Mary Garden Beerwah


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Wednesday, April 9 1.00pm - 3.00pm - Manga Bombing Cover bookends and equipment from the library with manga comics using decoupage and layering techniques. For children aged 12 - 17 years only. Where: Beerwah Library Cost: Free Bookings essential, phone 1300 542 727 Thursday, April 10 10.00am - 12.30pm - Tie Dye Workshop Bring to life your own colourful tie dye piece in this kid friendly workshop with all materials supplied. Where: Beerwah CWA Hall Cost: $15.00 includes a t-shirt, $10.00 includes a pillowcase or $8.00 for your own white cotton garment / piece. Bookings essential, phone 0400 027 591 Tuesday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 16 10.00am - 11.00am - Easter Craft Make a clever craft for Easter. Suitable for children aged nine - 12 years only. Where: Beerwah Library. Cost: Free. Bookings essential, phone 1300 542 727 Tuesday, April 15 10.00am - 12.00noon - Kid's origami workshop Learn the basic skills of the traditional Japanese paper craft. All materials will be supplied, with a light morning tea served. Where: Beerwah CWA Hall Cost is $5.00 Bookings essential, phone 0400 027 591

Hop on in to the Sippy Creek Animal Rescue Centre these Easter holidays and adopt an Easter Dog Buddy. Only for the school holidays they are offering all large breed and staffies for $199.00. You can head out and meet the dogs at their rescue centre at 28 Sippy Creek Road, Tanawha and get them settled in to their new homes while the kids are at home on school holidays. Or jump online to have a look (


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At Landsborough Kindergarten the children simply love to get together for a ‘jam session’ or to play a solo performance with the many instruments they have in their ‘music centre’. The children have two electric organs – placed back to back, a real drum kit, a real guitar and assorted percussion instruments. We would like to ask our local community if there might be someone who has some musical talent who would like to visit once a month for half an hour to play the organ with / for the children. You would need to hold a Blue Card or be prepared to apply for one (no cost for volunteers). If you would like more information please contact Ali on 5494 1248 Tuesday to Thursday. Charlotte is showing her musical talents as she plays the drum


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School News from Felicity Tasker Glasshouse Country Christian College correspondent I’m a Year 11 student at Glasshouse Country Christian College and this year I am going to be writing a regular student column for Glasshouse Country News. This month’s topic is about our GCCC Year 11 adventure camp. Last week we went to Emu Gully campsite, just outside Toowoomba, where we all worked together on our teamwork, leadership and many more different skills. The group I was in was a great group, but at the start of the week we didn’t work well together. We had many dominant people and some who didn’t want to participate. We had lots of challenging tasks and at the end of the week we were involved in the activity, appropriately titled, the ‘Kokoda trail’. This activity really revealed how much we’d grown as a group. It was incredible to see us work hard as a team and show support for each other through the thick, sloppy mud. We helped each other up a steep hill and kept our injured comrade safely stretchered to the end.

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Contributed by Kylie Merola Landsborough State School recently held an Art Show featuring the work of its' students. Artwork created by all classes from Prep to Year 7 was on display. Parents, carers and community members were invited along to view the exhibition. Principal Kristy Walton said the Art Show was a perfect opportunity for people to come and see what kids can do and see their point of view on things in life. The artworks were created in a broad range of

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Beerburrum Soldier Settlement During World War 1 it became apparent that servicemen returning after active service would need some help to re-establish themselves in civilian life. By 1918 the nation had a major problem as many of these ex-servicemen and women were also suffering from the after-effects of wounds, disease and what was termed ‘shell shock’. In several districts around Australia, land was acquired or allocated from Crown Land, and farm blocks were made available under various Soldier Settlement Schemes. A large tract of land centred on the township of Beerburrum was one of these designated areas, and the first blocks were allocated by ballot in November 1916. This is an example of a government policy made with the best intentions, but lacking in some practical aspects. In later years reviews of the scheme showed that the farming blocks were too small, the soil not suitable for the recommended crops, few of the men had farming experience, few had any capital to tide them over the early stages, and many were suffering the after-effects of physical and mental trauma.

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Returned soldiers ploughing, Beerburrum July 1917. QSA image 2611. However at the time, government effort and money helped to set up facilities for a greatly enlarged population, including a state training farm, state store, larger railway station, hospital, schools, guest house and recreation hall. Many of the farms failed and families left, but some settlers managed to survive and make a success of the farming venture, and their descendants still live in the district. Guest speaker at the next PHC meeting on Sunday, April 6 will be Paul Sutton, a member of the Adopt-a-Digger project which involves researching and commemorating the service of WW1 diggers from the Sunshine Coast region. Paul has focused his research on the Beerburrum Soldier Settlement, aiming to identify and document the 600+ families involved in the scheme. Anyone with an interest in Beerburrum’s history is welcome to attend. Meetings start at 11.00am and include a shared lunch. If you have information or photos related to the Soldier Settlement, or any questions about Paul's research, he would be happy to see you at the meeting.

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It’s always nice to eat out and it’s even better when you can get a two for one meal deal. On Wednesday nights, Landsborough Hotel is offering this great special on selected meals at the bistro that will appeal to families, friends and couples. If you want to add some extra entertainment to the night or as the hotel says ‘Double Trouble’, then on the first and third Wednesday of each month grab some mates and get a team of four together for a fun filled night of trivia with Nicki. Dining on the deck is a pleasant option and there are specials on offer most nights of the week with dinner from 6.00pm - 8.00pm (Sunday to Thursday), and 6.00pm - 8.30pm (Friday and Saturday.) Otherwise their lunchtime pub menu is sure to keep hungry patrons happy with pub meals such as toasted sandwiches, burgers and nachos. Free wifi is also available. For more menu options check out their website or like them on Facebook.

Ph 5494 1001

All our cakes, jams and relish made in house



Chook+1.25ltr coke + box of chips $19.95

Serving Breakfast, Lunch,Coffee & Cake 7 days a week from 8am to 4pm

?? TRIVIA ?? 2nd & 16th April

Offering customers a one stop shop that’s open 24 /7, Matilda at Glass House Mountains is open whenever you need it. The cafe has some great weekly specials such as cheap Tuesdays Coffee and Cake $5.00 deal, Bacon and Egg rolls for $3.50 (weekdays) and All Day Breakfast (including tea or coffee) for $7.95 (which is pretty good value as a coffee itself would be $4.00). It also has a big comprehensive grocery section including a dairy and frozen section for all those last minute needs. Last minute gifts are easy too as they also stock a huge variety of items from cd’s to gift lines, cards and wraps. Matilda have just started selling a new range of Vili’s gourmet pies. With a slogan of ‘taste the difference’, the pies feature a light flaky puff pastry that will have pie lovers appreciating the real Australian meat and fresh ingredients. Distributed by a family owned bakery, the range includes yummy beef, chicken, and steak and mushroom pies, and sausage rolls.

5494 8180

Monday to Friday BACON & EGG ROLLS $3.50

Mexican Fri & Sat nights from 6pm

8 Caloundra Street, Landsborough (near Police Station)

Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mountains Phone orders 5496 9371

Ope 24/7n

Ask us catering about our 2 or 200 platters for accommhappy to odate

..................................... Your Seafood Specialist – fresh and cooked We pride ourselves in supplying good quality Australian and New Zealand seafood, Closed both fresh or snap frozen Mon & Tues Phone Orders Welcome

Cnr Peachester Rd and Turner St Beerwah facebook/cmseafoods

Closed over Easter

Fri 18th - Mon 21st April Tues - Sun 7am-4pm. Closed Mondays and Public Holidays 19 Caloundra Street, Landborough

5439 9555

Book our Courtesy Bus (limited area applies)

Golf Course Rd, Woodford Ph: 5496 1004

6 Days a Week from 11am to 8pm (closed Monday)

P 5494 0577

Turner Park Complex, Peachester Road. Beerwah

A la Carte Menu at good old country prices

WOODFORD GOLF CLUB GOURMET PIES Assorted Baked fresh daily Only $5.00 Try one today



Bucks Bakery Bread, Pastries & Cakes instore now Home Delivery Available - surcharge applies Phone orders welcome

8.30am - 8.30pm Tuesday - Sunday

Thursday & Friday night Specials Chicken Parmigiana with Chips only $10.00 300gm Rump Steak with Salad & Chips or Veges only $12.90 Children 12yo and under eat free - one child per paying adult (excluding specials)

Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mountains

5438 7799

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5493 0055

Courtesy Bus available Thurs & Fri from 5pm - Now going to Landsborough.

Glenview Sandale Country Saddlery Bistro

OPEN Accommodation I Functions I Meals WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY 8.30am - 9.00pm 1. Self contained studio rooms for long or short accommodation 2. Group bookings and functions with a menu to meet your individual budget 3. Functions for corporate and social of any size 4. Children’s play area

Open any time for group bookings of 10 or more

5494 5411

Palmview Pizza and Pasta The best on the Sunshine Coast - plenty of flavour and toppings Dine-in, Take-away, Deliveries

Take exit 190 off the highway

17 Glenview Road Glenview/Palmview

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Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Healing Heart and Soul

Beauty Special for April.

1 hour Microdermabrasion/Sonophoresis A minimum series of 4 recommended 4 treatments $89. ea - booked. 1 treatment $99.

5/5 Turner St, Beerwah 5494 0546

EXCLUSIVE Nail & Beauty Therapy In Beerwah Call

Erika 5494 0092



Natural therapies





Angel is passionate about helping people to change their lives. She believes in treating the client as a whole, looking at physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. Many ailments — especially conditions like stress and anxiety — can be partially or totally treated with life-style changes, counselling, meditation, exercise, and alternative treatments. A treatment can help to release stress and tension, relieve pain, reduce anxiety, clear emotional blockages, aid better sleep and help to increase your energy. In 2010 Angel opened her business ‘Healing Heart & Soul’ and runs certified Louise Hay ‘Heal Your Life’ workshops and Doreen Virtue ‘Angel Therapy’ workshops. Other modalities she offers are Sound Healings, Crystal Healings, Reiki and Holistic Counselling.




5494 0455

Natural therapies

Tracy Colenso

Bowen Therapy

Glasshouse Mountains

& Remedial Massage

12/21 Peachester Road, Beerwah Pain Relief Headaches Stress Relief Sports Injuries


Dip Bowen Therapy & Accredited Member BAA (Bowtech)


For all your Hair & Beauty needs

47 Plantation Rd, Glasshouse 4518

07 5496 9686 0413 779 193 54 Simpson Street, Beerwah

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Arthritic symptoms Back pain Headaches/migraines Joint Injuries Neck Pain Sprains/strains Stress/tension Tendonitis

Lesa Medhurst

Life Coaching C l a r i t y | J oy | Love | Fu l fi l l m e nt | S u cce s s


A n g e r | A n x i e t y | G u i l t | Co n f u s i o n | D o u b t

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Leisa Rocker

Dream Analysis Homeopathy: Treating the Cause & Healing Reiki & Orion healing Holistically with Natural Medicine Dream Analysis: BookStress a Party Specialises in Post Traumatic Enquiries & Appointments Reiki: Gentle & Relaxing Ph/Fax is a medicine that treats Hands on Healing all diseases for all age groups ho

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Combining massage techniques from flowing, soothing to deep tissue

Monday - Saturday Daytime & Evenings ph


Reiki Therapy & Training

0408 827 116

Dip. Rem. Mem AAMT, QSMI, NFH Health Rebates Available

Ph: 5494 1244




0419 969 387


13/21 Peachester Rd, Beerwah

5439 0420


Eftpos & Health Fund Rebates

Beerwah Bowen Therapy Treatment available in your home or at Beerwah Health Foods

(Next to Curves Turner Park)

“I am currently studying Massage Therapy and looking forward to offering this modality later in the year,” she says. “I also offer a weekly Healing Group on Wednesday Mornings and a Meditation Class on Tuesday evenings. Gift vouchers are available.” Angel is located in a relaxed, peaceful environment on acreage in Landsborough. Hours are Tuesday to Saturday 8.00am 5.00pm. Phone 0431 673 161 or email to make an appointment or for further info. www.

Mooloolah Valley


Healing Heart & Soul Are you feeling tired and drained all the time? Are you stressed or not sleeping well? Or do you just want to balance your energy? Book today for a Reiki Healing or Crystal Singing Bowl Healing so we can help you to Cleanse, Balance & Release Blockages.

Contact Angel 0431 673 161

The answer is simple: if you want something very badly, you can achieve it Margo Jones

Anne@ Eclectic Dreams, Landsborough

Stella Polaris Therapies Karen Harris

Health Fund Rebates Available

Mem. In ATMS Diploma of Remedial Massage & Reflexology

Does your business offer services or advice on beauty, �itness, hairdressing, nails, natural therapies or weight management? Our Health, Beauty and Wellbeing pages are where locals look when they want to be beautified from top to toe, get healthy or lose weight.

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Local Music Scene Roses for the Damned

By Sonia Clark Up and coming local lads ‘Roses for the Damned’ have just released their first self titled E.P. Based on the Sunshine Coast, this four piece hard rock band of teenagers are fast developing a dedicated fan base. Forming in 2011 while still at high school, the boys met through putting up an ad at a Coast music store and via their local network of friends. Lead singer Angus Caffrey met up with Beerwah High drummer Lucas Whittaker, Linc Morse - another Beerwah High student joined as the bass player and Lewis Toms joined as lead guitarist after the original guitarist left. The band picked their name as a reference they felt best encapsulated the 80’s hard rock genre. They have a deep appreciation of this style, having all grown up with parents that heavily influenced their love of bands like Guns and Roses, Iron Maiden and Motley Crue. While they all enjoy a diversity of musical influences that are reflected in their shows - everything from Black Sabbath to Twisted Sister, the boys are quick to reassure us that their shows feature more rock and no spandex! Starting predominately as a covers band, the lads have played over 40 gigs to date, with highlights including playing shows at the Hi Fi Bar in Brisbane that enjoyed a great crowd turnout as well as numerous Coast events and gigs at local halls and hotels. They still play a mix of covers but are moving towards playing more of their original compositions as featured on their current EP. Slowing down for Uni commitments, the band are currently concentrating on selling their E.P, looking at radio play and seeking to play at more local venues. Their E.P. can be purchased directly or streamed online. For more information and links check out their Facebook page Roses for the Damned and be sure to support our local talent. Roses for the Damned, Angus Caffrey, Lewis Toms, Lucas Whittaker and Linc Morse

Music Today

Live & Local in April

What’s on at the … Beerwah Hotel, Beerwah RSL, Glasshouse Coffee and Tea Merchants, Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club, Woodford Golf Club, Kennys @ Mooloolah and Eudlo Hall Friday, April 4 Friday, April 4

Beerwah RSL, from 6.30pm Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm

Friday, April 4

Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club from 7.00pm Woodford Golf Club from 6.00pm

Saturday, April 5

Woodford Blues Connection (bookings essential) Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm Aussie Boogaloo Eudlo Hall, 1.00pm - 4.00pm Eudlo / Glasshouse Muso’s Club Glasshouse Mountains Sports Glasshouse Muso’s Club 7.00pm - 10.00pm Club Beerwah RSL, from 6.30pm Nite Shift (Duo) Glasshouse Mountains Sports Live DJ Club from 7.00pm Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm DJ Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm Beerwah’s Got Country – Christie Lamb Woodford Golf Club from Live Music 6.00pm featuring Just Jack Kenny’s @ Mooloolah Kenny’s Sunday 2.00pm - 6.00pm Sessions – Open Mic Woodford Golf Club from Live Music 12.00noon – 4.00pm Glasshouse Coffee and Tea Glasshouse Muso’s Merchants, 1.00pm – 4.00pm Club Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm Noizy Neighbors Full Moon Party Fly Lines Woodford Golf Club Live Music featuring Sharryn Bell Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm No Standing (covers Rock Show) Beerwah RSL, from 6.30pm Mariah (Solo) Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm Live Entertainment Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm Cover Drive (band) Woodford Golf Club Live Music featuring Just Jack Glasshouse Mountains Sports Live entertainment Club - Tapas on the Deck from featuring Sister C (bookings 12.00noon essential) Woodford Golf Club from Live Music 12.00noon – 4.00pm Glasshouse Coffee and Tea Glasshouse Muso’s Merchants, 1.00pm – 4.00pm Club

Saturday, April 5 Sunday, April 6 Thursday, April 10 Friday, April 11 Friday, April 11 Friday, April 11 Saturday, April 12 Saturday, April 12 Sunday April 13 Sunday, April 13

with Dr Micheal Whiticker

Micheal lives at Peachester and is a professional musician, composer and recording studio owner

Awe inspiring musical experiences

Last night I shot bolt upright in bed, crying. I had dreamt an extraordinary piece of music in the style of the composer JS Bach – towering contrapuntal music, and around me at the concert in this beautiful church others were crying. Is the imagination so powerful that it can do that to you? It got me to thinking about my most awe inspiring musical experiences? I began a list that quickly grew so I whittled it down to a few major composers and works: I stand in wonder before the late string quartets of Beethoven, marvel at Stravinsky’s creative genius in the Rite of Spring, am enchanted with the magical colours that Debussy conjures, and swept away by the emotion in a Mahler, Wagner or Richard Strauss work. At the top of my list then, all so called classical composers and music. That makes sense - having dedicated more than 20 of my most formative years to this music, my appreciation comes from learnt experience. It is something that I have gained through my musical training. But I wonder too how much of it might be intuitive. I had the impression I was brought up in a family without music in its blood and without any musical opportunity being presented to me (being a boy at a time when only girls had music lessons). Then one day in my twenties my father asked me if he could have a go at one of my harmonicas. Now, normally you don’t lend your harmonicas to anyone, but this was my father, and it was an unusual request - I had never heard him whistle, or sing. I had never even seen him listen to music, and I knew what he thought of my music. My father took this harmonica and he started playing tunes on it - simple old blues and folk tunes, and after a few blows he put it down and went back to his sports page. I stood there mouth agape - I couldn’t say anything. What could I have said? I leave you with these anecdotes to encourage you to ponder some of those awe inspiring musical experiences in your life. Are they, on the one hand as ordinary as your father playing the harmonica, or have you awoken having composed your own Bach? Whatever they might be, indulge in them and have a great musical month. Michael -

Sunday, April 13 Thursday, April 17 Saturday, April 19 Saturday, April 19 Friday, April 25 Friday, April 25 Saturday, April 26 Saturday, April 26 Sunday, April 27

Sunday, April 27 Sunday, April 27

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Michael teaches music students from his home studio and runs the Glasshouse Muso’s Club. If you would like to find out more contact him on M: 0419 026 895 or E:

Quinella (Duo) Fluro Party with DJad3 Live DJ

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E FLORIST AUSSLID WOR & TROPICAL PLANTS Open for Mother’s Day Sunday 11th May

5% discount for pre-Mother’s Day orders

Aussie World Florist



with tropical plants, perfect for our warm climate We have a range of Heliconia, Ginger & Exotic Plants. BEAUTIFUL FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS FOR ANY OCCASION CREATED BY OUR DESIGNER FLORIST Bruce Highway, Palmview (Ettamogah Pub Complex)

5439 6396


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NOW SERVING WOOD FIRED PIZZAS Every Thursday night - Dine in or Take away


5494 5192

2859 Steve Irwin Way, Glenview - Just off the highway onto Steve Irwin Way

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Did you know that Aussie World Florist (handily situated just as you drive into the Aussie World complex at Palmview), not only has one of the best selections of fresh flowers around, but now they have a great selection of colourful tropical plants? As well as importing Singapore orchids and anthuriums, Aussie World Florist has all your gardening favourites such as bromeliads, crab claws and cordylines. Styled by professional hands, Mal, Chris and the team can fashion you a made to order one-of-a-kind bunch – big or small, while still keeping prices reasonable, and offering free local delivery. They often take phone and email orders from husbands working away, and usually recognise a number or voice and know exactly what will suit any occasion. Or if you are not sure what sort of flowers to choose, you can call into Aussie World Florist and select a premade arrangement or mixed bunch.

Daisy’s Place

Daisy’s Place provides an elegant and sophisticated dining experience within an interior of luxury and style. Explore a delicious menu of traditional and modern cuisine while relaxing surrounded by a tranquil lush rainforest and water landscaped gardens. Only the absolute freshest of local and home-grown produce is carefully selected each and every day. The finest of local and international wines are chosen to perfectly complement our menu before they make it to our cellar. And each and every one of our staff from front of house to back has been hand-picked by our fastidious owner Sue Joseph (recent 2014 Business Achiever of the Year winner). The latest updates include a new beverage list, public Wi-Fi and now offering a private dining room on request. So why delay - with a stunning new menu and outstanding coffee, please call in, indulge and relax at Daisy’s Place.

Opals Down Under

Redefining Style lidays! this school ho Fossicking fun

Glenview /

5494 5400

Looking for things to do locally during the school holidays? Opals Down Under at Glenview offers excitement for the kids in their ‘Scratch Patch’ fossicking area – where they can get hands-on and find their own gems to take home. For the adults, you'll see one of the finest selections of opals anywhere in Australia, which can help with gift ideas or why not treat yourself? They have a fantastic new range of jewellery which has just arrived in store. Learn more about this fascinating and beautiful gemstone by watching an opal cutting demonstration (weekdays only - please book ahead) or by taking part in one of the many fun and educational activities all the family can enjoy. And with the added benefit of being able to relax and enjoy a coffee in their stylish garden area, a trip to Opals Down Under has something to keep everyone happy - there's so much to discover!

/ Palmview Photos by Daniel

Local Glenview professional photographer Daniel Farrugia has a passion for his work, shown through the modern, stylish quality of photos he creates. Servicing from the Gold Coast to Gympie, Daniel specialises in capturing personal reminders of those important times, including weddings, family portraits, maternity, new borns, pets and special occasions. Having years of experience, with added expertise in multimedia and graphic design, Daniel masters the difficult art of creating genuine looking photos that are special and timeless. Recognising that value for money is an important factor, Daniel is able to offer a complete professional photography service, but without the exorbitant price tag. He also offers photo booth sessions – why not have one as a fun addition to your next birthday party, anniversary function or wedding? Just for locals, Daniel is offering a fantastic 25% off deal when you mention this advertisement.

To celebrate our new business we are offering a local special

25% discount when mentioning this ad upon making a booking

Glenview - 0438 054 297

The Ole Lollie Shop

With the catchphrase ‘A little bit of yesterday... today’, take your tastebuds for a wander down memory lane with an extensive range of traditional and nostalgic lollies from all over the world – time to relive your childhood. With favourites such as Choo Choo Bars and Musk Sticks from Australia, Buzzbars and Fish from New Zealand, American Reese and Hershey Bars and an extensive range of English boiled lollies, this shop can cater for all your sentimental sweet affections. And with Easter fast approaching they have a great range of treats to choose from; something for the whole family. Spend $20.00 or more on lollies or chocolates to go into the draw for the Massive 6kg Easter egg. Homemade Nougat and Rocky Road are a speciality, as well as handmade freckle chocolate hearts. This is a local business that employs and supports locals, so include The Ole Lollie Shop on your list of ‘must visit’ this holiday.

gg Raffle 6kg Easter E 0 to enter Spend $20.0

Road, Honeycomb, + HAND MADE Rocky re Easter Eggs. Peanut Brittle = many mo

Open 7 days 9am - 4.30pm weekdays 9am - 5pm weekends

Aussie World Garage

Aussie World Garage at Palmview really does have it all! They stock all the basics like bread, milk and groceries, as well as hot and cold food for when you are on the run. Coming into summer it’s good to know they can help with Swap and Go Gas Refills, and they also have a selection of bait to keep the fish biting. Owner Steve would like to let our readers know they have a huge range of popular Biltong in stock – spicy! All the staff are friendly, helpful and pride themselves on their personalised service to both locals and travellers alike. Their opening hours are now 4.00am to 11.00pm, which is ideal for last minute items or unexpected guests. With regular specials in-store weekly they really are your local one stop shop - and yes, they also sell petrol and diesel too!


Hot & Cold Food Sandwiches, Pies, Drinks etc Biltong & Boerewors Milk, Bread, Groceries, Chocolate Newspapers & Magazines Gas Refills & Swap & Go, Bait Multiple Specials in-store Lots of lovely Lollies to tempt you

73 Frizzo World, Palmview


m– 11pm

5494 5477

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Andrew Powell State member for Glass House P: 5435 2013

Don’t forget to bring your jumper

Open 7 Days: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm. Sat 7am-4pm. Sun 7am-3pm OUR OWN DOUBLE WOOD SMOKED

Bacon Rashers $8.99KG 2

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Whole Black Angus Rumps $8.99KG

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Top Beef Mince

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Whole Legs of Lamb

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SELF SERVE PREMIUM SEAFOOD Sydney Rock Oysters 2 Dozen $20 Local Sand Crabs 3 for $12 Local Med Tiger Prawns $21.99kg Green Lip Mussels $4.99kg Seafood Basket $3.99kg each PLENTY OF WHOLE FISH


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Specials available Wednesday 2nd to Sunday 6th or until sold out ALDI


Safe Night Out strategy

The Sunshine Coast is one of 15 areas that has been named a ‘Safe Night Precinct’ under the new 12 month trial aimed at reducing drug and alcohol fuelled violence. Drunk or drug affected people in the Sunshine Coast’s party precinct who start fights or break the law will face firmer penalties under the new strategy. The strategy will include the establishment of 15 Safe Night Precincts across Queensland, compulsory alcohol and drug education in all Queensland schools from Years 7 to 12 and tougher penalties for people behaving badly or violently around licensed premises including increased on the spot fines for causing a public nuisance, refusing to leave licensed premises and obstructing police. ‘Coward punch’ deaths will be punishable through a new offence of unlawful striking causing death with a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and offenders required to serve 80% of their sentence before being able to apply for parole. Police will also be able to issue banning orders and there will be mandatory ID scanners in venues trading after midnight in ‘Safe Night Precincts’. The draft Safe Night Out Strategy was developed following months of consultation with Queenslanders including an online survey that attracted more than 12,000 responses. I also want to thank the Glass House residents who took the time to respond to my online survey calling for feedback on drug and alcohol related violence. A copy of the strategy is available at au/safenightout and will be open for public comment for four weeks, with the final plan subject to review in 12 months.

Glass House Volunteer Awards

I am pleased to announce that nominations have now opened for my annual Glass House Volunteer Awards. As in previous years, I will be hosting a ceremony in Glass House so we can publicly celebrate and extend thanks to our volunteers for their ongoing involvement and dedication to our community. Volunteers really do keep our community ticking and their support for community groups and the disadvantaged in our society truly is invaluable. If you know someone in your community that deserves recognition please let me know. Nominations close on April 11. Call my office to be sent a nomination form or download a copy from my website –

Mark McArdle

State member for Caloundra P: 5491 2780

Hinterland Groups get a boost from Energex Fund Well done to two local groups who were recently awarded funding from the Energex Community and Sustainability Fund. The Eudlo Hall and Recreation Groups Association received $7,500 for upgrades to an amenities block and Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare Inc was awarded $6,000 to plant native trees on Meridan Plains College Grounds to connect to nearby wetland rainforest. The initiative is now in its fourth year and injects important funds into local organisations for community-based and sustainable projects thanks to the sale of Energex’s scrap materials.

Safe Night Out Strategy – Have your say There has been a lot of talk lately about a rise in alcohol-fuelled violence and the serious and deadly impacts it, particularly one punch, can have on a person’s life and their families. Unfortunately it can happen anytime, anywhere, as we witnessed right here in Caloundra in 2007 when surf lifesaver Josh Mill tragically lost his life after receiving a fatal blow while waiting for a taxi after a night out. The State Government has released its Safe Night Out Strategy, an initiative aimed to stamp out alcohol and drugrelated violence in nightlife precincts across the State. Key strategies include compulsory alcohol and drug education introduced in Queensland schools from Years 7-12 and tougher penalties for people behaving badly or violently near licensed premises. People have until April 21 to have their say and I, like my colleagues, encourage you to do so. Visit

Happenings Things 2 Do

Out and About

Garden oasis open for viewing

Arty Farty Party Last weekend’s Peachester Art Show got off to a great start with the opening night function held on Friday night. The event brought out plenty of art lovers to enjoy the works on display as well as some great live music and a chance to catch up with friends and neighbours. As part of the event, Cr Rick Baberowski spoke about talented artists and the diverse work that had been contributed to the event.

Open Gardens Australia are presenting the award-winning garden oasis of Buderim’s Belle Rive. Open to the public from Saturday, April 19 through to Sunday, April 21 from 9.00am to 4.30pm, the garden reflects a lifetime love of gardening, and a passion for travel to tropical destinations. Owners Lindsay Gerchow and Yves Daniel have gathered a wealth of ideas and inspiration on their travels with a conservatory of orchids, an impressive collection of rare and unusual bromeliads, as well as cordylines, crotons and other interesting foliage plants. Also featured are dramatic and bright brugmansia cultivars, gordonia, quisqualis, dombeya, jade vine and colourful, sun-loving bromeliads. Plants will be for sale and admission is $7.00 (under 18 free). 7 Orme Road Buderim.

Model railway sale and display day Sharon Ward with Andrea Balcomber serving at the Arty Farty Party Bar

Heidi Lawrence with MC for the night, Emma Creed

Robyn Carrington, Debbie Vautier and Carrie Shaw

Artist Marty Walker with Marnie Lee and Chris Mullins

Musicians performing on the night, Jordan O’Farrell and Anna Armstrong

The Caloundra and District Model Railway Association is holding a sale and display day on Saturday, April 12 at the Caloundra Arts Centre, North Street (opposite the Oaks Oasis resort) from 9.15am to 2.00pm. The day will feature complete train layouts from recent model train shows, model locomotives and a Lego exhibit. An assortment of preloved railway books, rolling stock, engines, track, buildings and electrics will be on sale. This exhibition has been staged for many years and attracts a wide range of visitors from enthusiasts and beginners to families. Club members will be on hand to offer friendly advice and light refreshments will be available. Raffle prizes on the day and admission is free. For further information call 5445 1225, 5491 9213 or 5499 6572.

Beerwah’s got country

Rising star of Australian Country Music, Christie Lamb is coming to the Beerwah Hotel on Saturday, April 12. With hit singles to her name, and earning awards such as ‘Most Impressive New Talent’ on Country Music Radio Australia and Female Rising Star at the Australian Independent Country Music Awards 2013, it is sure to be night that showcases the very best in modern country rock. Featured at shows throughout Australia, she has also recently embarked on a songwriting trip to Nashville, Tennessee to collaborate with some of the most esteemed writers in country music for material for her debut album. Her broad appeal and musical prowess have given Christie the opportunity to shine on the nation’s biggest stages. See her live at Beerwah’s Got Country at the Beerwah Hotel. 8.00pm. Free entry.

Mandela Long Walk to Freedom

Michelle Poole, Kisha O’Callaghan, Gayle Bailey and Marie Stewart

The Maleny Film Society will screen ‘Mandela Long Walk to Freedom’ in the Maleny Community Centre Maple Street on Saturday, April 5 from 7.15pm. This film is based on Nelson Mandela’s 1994 autobiography, that Producer Anant Singh began working on during Mandela’s 27 year imprisonment. The film chronicles the amazing journey of this brave activist and statesman through the outstanding performances of both Idra Elba and Naomi Harris. The film commences at 7.15pm, Saturday, April 5 at the Maleny Community Centre, Maple Street. Pre-bookings (available to Maleny Film Society members only) via the Maleny Information Centre. Information: phone Tamara on 5429 6951 or check the website APRIL 2 2014 |

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Get up&Grow

Are you interested in the zip line concept for Kondalilla National Park?

The Queensland Government have offered Obi Obi Gorge in the Kondalilla National Park at Montville as a possible site for commercial adventure tourism, and a zip line is currently being considered. The National Parks Association of Queensland is hosting a public seminar at the Montville Hall (Memorial Close, off Main Street, Montville) on April 10 starting at 7.15pm, on what the idea will mean for the National Park and for the local community. Issues looked at will include the site suitability, will public access be affected, is commercial development appropriate in National Parks, and will the development add to the conservation of the Park? A panel of speakers will present a variety of perspectives with the opportunity for interested locals to find out more and to ask questions. Cost is $5.00 to cover the hall hire and tea / coffee. To RSVP, contact 3367 0878 or register on-line at www.npaq. (and click on Upcoming Events).

Glasshouse Mountains Advancement Network

Plant of the month

Coast Banksia

Banksia integrifolia

I have simply called this species Banksia integrifolia though there are three sub-species of this Banksia, integrifolia, compar and monticola. Coast Banksia can be found growing naturally from the sandy dunes close to the coast to the lowlands and hills from northern New South Wales to north Queensland. This tree may reach 20 metres though it is usually much less. Stiff, pale yellow flower spikes are produced from late summer through to late autumn. Flowers produce good quantities of nectar attractive to bats, bees and a range of bird species. The dark green leaves are stiff and leathery with wavy edges, and grow in whorls at the ends of branches. Juvenile leaves may be sharply toothed. All leaves are pale underneath with a soft hairy surface. All Banksias produce woody follicles which require extreme heat or fire to release seeds.

For more information on GMAN nursery sales please call Gwen: 5493 0029 or Yvonne: 5438 7118 or visit

with Jade King

Jade is a local wife and mum, soil scientist and teacher who is passionate about vegetable gardening

Planting for Bountiful Harvest The Mad March weather is over, hopefully leaving us with some beautiful gardening weather ahead. Now with Easter just around the corner, there is a load to do in the garden to ensure a bounty harvest over the coming months. Legume crop preparation and planting There are numerous varieties of peas and snow peas available. My personal favourite has to be the Sugar snap type where both the peas and the pod are delectable at any stage of growth. Gone is the wastage of a stringy pod or dated peas! It is best to get your legume bed ready for your peas and snow peas early, as it can take time to adjust your soil pH to 6.5-7.5. I scatter a good handful of dolomite per square metre to achieve this and a generous scattering of Dynamic Lifter before mixing it through the soil. Strawberry preparation and planting Now is the time to get in and plant strawberries! Strawberries are technically a perennial, so they should live for a few years producing fruit. However, around the third year the plants can become more susceptible to disease and should be removed. So to prepare your patch, all you need to do is dig lots of mushroom compost, dolomite and chook manure and/or blood and bone. Then mulch and leave the bed to settle until you have your runners or plants ready to plant. As for the maintenance, just sprinkle some dynamic lifter around at flowering time and keep the moisture up by watering around the plant without wetting the leaves and fruit. It is really the most wonderful time for the veggie patch and planting now will ensure a feast during winter. Until next time, happy growing! April plantings Vegetable Tomatoes



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Make a mound of compost / soil / manure and mulch well. Plant seedling or seed into a pocket filled with soil or seed raising mix. Plant cherry tomatoes around teepee and full sized tomatoes with stakes. Dig in some Dynamic Lifter and Dolomite along a trench aiming for a pH of 6.5 – 7.5. Plant seeds direct to a depth of 5 cm. Trellis tall varieties or you can try sowing them in hanging baskets. Adjust pH to 6.5 with dolomite lime and add Potash sparingly. Ensure you plant an early season variety e.g. California Red Plant corms pointy side down into soil adjusted with lime to pH 6.5. You can purchase corms from fruit shops, but ensure it is a local variety. I’ve found the larger varieties to work best. Finely tilth soil and scatter approximately ½ cup blood and bone per sq.m and lime to pH 6.5 – 7.5. Plant seeds direct. Dig in a good scattering of blood and bone and dynamic lifter, and adjust pH to 6.5 – 7.5 with lime. I also try to follow a nitrogen fixing crop (e.g. beans) to ensure adequate nutrients. Raise seed in punnets or in-situ. Dress soil with lime to pH 6.5-7.5 and apply a good handful of blood and bone/ sq.m. Seed can be soaked in warm water prior to direct planting to aid germination.

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Proudly sponsored by Coochin Creek Co-op for all your gardening needs 39 Simpson St, Beerwah Ph: 5494 6219 Jade likes her family to be able to live as self sufficiently as possible from her garden and she loves to share her knowledge with others.

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Privacy Law Changes Welcome. Fantastic news, the rain has arrived! How great is it to see some rain. In this issue we will be advising of some of the changes to the recent legislation around the privacy laws. We have been working closely with Stacey Holt Real Estate Excellence Academy to bring this information to you. Please see some of it below which maybe of interest: Does the Privacy Act stop organisations from collecting personal information from a public telephone directory or the electoral roll? The Privacy Act will not generally stop organisations from collecting information from a public telephone directory or from the electoral roll. 68 Simpson Street, Beerwah

However, the Electoral Act does place restrictions on the use and disclosure of electoral roll information provided by the Electoral Office in tape or disk format. There are no restrictions on use and disclosure of electoral roll information provided in print form. If individuals ask, does an organisation that has Jody Nicole Rachael collected information from a public source have laws please contact First National Real Estate to tell them where it got personal information Beerwah. about them from? Yes, in general terms. These are just some snippets of the how the Act Until next fortnight, stay safe. has changed. If you would like further information and Beerwah brochures on the Act changes regarding privacy

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Noticeboard Women Meeting for Breakfast - The group will meet on Wednesday, April 9, at the Headland Bowls Club, Syd Lingard Drive, Buderim. Arrive 6.45am for a 7.00am a buffet breakfast $20.00 per person payable in cash on the day. This month we are celebrating Easter. New members are always welcome; we look forward to meeting you and enjoying your company. Bookings are essential to by Sunday, April 6. Healing Day Glass House Mountains - at Neighbourhood Centre, opposite the Post Office, Ryan Street. Held on the first Saturday of each month. The next meetings will be held on Saturday, April 5, May 3 and June 7 from 1.30pm - 4.30pm. Readings and healing available as well as extended healings. For more information call Josef on 5493 0102 or Bruna 0417 881 173. Volunteers for BADYACC - BADYACC is based at Beerwah, in Roberts Road next door to the skate park. They are looking for volunteers for to work with young people, also for grounds work and to help out with the community garden. You will need a Blue Card, Yellow Card and a resume. For any enquiries email BADYACC – or call on 5494 0505. Glasshouse Country RSL - Raffle Results, First prize: Breakfast tray – 94A Jill and second prize: Bottle of wine – 98A Elaine. We have an all new fresh produce menu and new hours, Fridays meals and bar from 4.00pm, Saturday - lunch and bar 11.00am – 1.00pm and Sunday - brunch from 9.30am - 11.30am - all welcome.


Need a break Playgroup - Another great year is well underway at the Glasshouse Country Uniting Church on Wednesday mornings. Our children and mums have been enjoying the two hours from 9.00am with fun activities for the children and time for mums to relax and share. Term one finishes on April 2, the carers look forward to seeing everyone again along with new mothers and children who would like to join on April 23 at 9.00am for term two. Handwriting Seminar - Caloundra Family History Research Inc will be conducting a Handwriting Seminar which includes a workshop on deciphering old handwriting on Thursday, April 10, at its research facility at Corbould Park Racecourse, Pierce Avenue, Little Mountain. The speakers, from the Queensland State Archives, are Saadia Thomson-Dwyer, Senior Reference Archivist, and Niles Elvery, Manager of Public Access. Visitors are welcome, and the attendance fee of $15.00 per person includes morning and afternoon teas, as well as a light lunch. The Seminar venue at the research facility, accessed through Gate 2 at the Corbould Park Racecourse, has plenty of parking right beside the facility, which has wheelchair access. A map to the facility is on the group’s website at www. Please register before April 3 by phoning Roz on 5493 1197 or emailing Meditation - Free classes are held on Tuesday evenings from 7.00pm - 8.30pm at the Beerwah Library. The class introduces method and technique to beginners, as well as encouraging and supporting practitioners. For more information phone Peter 0429 918 424.

Brendan Edwards Glasshouse Community Church

The Mission of Salt!

Whenever Jesus told a story, there was always more to His words than we see at a quick glance. He gave an interesting description of people that would choose to follow Him. He called us salt. ‘You are the salt of the earth: but if the salt loses its saltiness how can it be made salty again?’ (Matt 5:13) Why salt? Not sugar or iron or some other random element? Salt is an amazing substance. Here are some facts about salt and what it might mean for us. 1) It’s the only element that dissolves equally in hot or cold water - we are to serve both those who know Christ and those who are yet to believe. 2) It preserves - as we serve, the truth of the gospel will preserve the lives of others. 3) It heals - God’s love through us will heal the hurts of others, even if the truth might sting a bit at first. 4) It adds flavor - we are to enhance our environment and circumstances with the life giving love of Christ. 5) Salt is always in the shape of a cube - even when ground to a fine powder, it’s always cubeshaped. We are all equal at the foot of the cross. GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns

Sunday Worship and Sunday School 9.00am

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671



Diary Dates Monday, April 7 - Beerwah Neighbourhood Watch. The next meeting will be held at Beerwah library, from 7.30pm. Beerwah residents are welcome to attend the meeting. Wednesday, April 9 - Menshed meets 8.30am – 12.30pm at the Recycle Market Shed, Beerwah Resource Recovery Centre, Roberts Road, Beerwah. Phone Bob on 0427 606 240. Wednesday, April 9 - Women’s Social Group will have a picnic at Ewen Maddock Dam. Please bring a plate, walking shoes and water. Meet at the Glass House Mountains Neighbourhood Centre 12.00noon. Wednesday, April 9 - Prostate support group gathering at the Mary MacKillop Centre, Peachester Road, Beerwah from 5.30pm with a shared meal. For information call Bob on 0427 606 240. Thursday, April 10 - Toastmasters meet from 9.00am for 9.15am start at Church on the Rise, Peachester Road, Beerwah. Visitors welcome, phone 5496 9855.

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

Glasshouse Country Ministers Fellowship


Arthritis Queensland - Sunshine Coast Support Group, invites you to come along for a chat and cuppa and listen to guest speaker, Marjie Andrews, a qualified Fitness Leader. Her topic is ‘Exercise for the beginner to the advanced – standing or sitting.’ We meet on Thursday, April 3 at 12.45pm to 2.00pm at the Maroochydore RSL Sub-Branch, RSL House, 106 Memorial Avenue, Maroochydore. The cost is - $3.00. Contact – Mary 5441 2259, 0403 339 057 or Jeanette 5443 7446.

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Even when ground down by life’s trials, our identity in Jesus cannot be changed. 6) Sodium and Chloride (NaCl is salt) has a bond so strong it cannot be broken. The only way for salt to lose its saltiness is if it is contaminated by something else. Unless we are compromised by false teaching, God’s Word and relationship with us as His children can never change. 7) It makes people thirsty - as we relate to people as effective Christians, they will begin to thirst more for the truth and seek a relationship with Jesus. 8) It makes man-made things rust - we must realise that material things are of lesser value than eternal things. The closer you are to God, the less you will desire to have the latest and greatest possessions. Have a Salty day!

Glasshouse Country Uniting Church A Caring Christian Community

8:30am Sunday – Worship & Sunday School Wed. 9-11am – Playgroup Wed. 5-7pm – Kids Club & Young Teens Twin Peaks Drive, Beerwah Ph 5494 6187 1st & 3rd Sun 10:30am Worship at Peachester UC

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


Glass House Mountains State School Main Hall - Sun 4.30pm

Kids Church during service Phone: 0417 757 397


Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 5.30pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5494 7240 BEERWAH: Sun 9 am

GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Mary MacKillop Centre 9.00am Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866

Local contact Rev Tony Halstead 0419 751 298

A Wesleyan Methodist Church

68 Peachester Rd Ps Rod Jobe 0402 345 477

MALENY: Sun 10 am

Childrens & Youth Programs

12 Bicentenary Lane

Ps Barry Leask 0428 300 406

MOOLOOLAH: Sun 10 am

Public Hall, Bray Rd

WWW.CHURCHONTHERISE.ORG.AU Ps Mark Whysall 0437 941 607

A to Z of Trades and Services A Appliance Repairs Michael Kossen

Tellum Refrigeration & Airconditioning



ALL AREAS 0407 146 626






Pensioner Discounts


AU01246 / L002423

BSA # 615 068

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

Ph: 0410 448 250 - Landsborough

trucks cars earthmoving trailers

0439 247 266 BSA # 1132000 / L004114 / AU27232

A Antennas / TV

5494 1877


Lic 10710

A Automotive rrum Service Cent u b r re Bee Ph: 5496 0300

Mechanical All Repairs & Servicing No Callout Fees

4 Accessories Fitting 4A xlocal with 15 years experience 

Phone 0411 877 616

Damien Oxley

A Grade Mechanic

Jeff & Ann Ross

Mobile: 0429 960 300


Servicing Glass House Mountains and Surrounds General Repairs and Maintenance


• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342

Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

Terry Vost

Repairs to ALL Brands of:

WE SELL • TV • Plasma • LCD • LED • VCR • DVD • PVR • Home Theatre AND INSTALL • Microwave Oven • Computer Monitor ANTENNAS Turner Park Shopping Village 21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH


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

6 Days

We make your t elevision view ing a pleasure

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Mobile Diesel Mechanic

Matt Dragon 0402 727 755

Where we specialise in customers not just cars

Top Quality Servicing & Repairs on all cars & 4WD

• Brake & Clutch Repairs • Wheel alignments • Log Book Servicing • Front End Repairs • RWC Inspection Station


Shed 8/47, Beerwah Pde Beerwah

5494 0000


Your LOCAL hinterland white goods and electrical appliance suppliers 5499 9439 1/72 Maple Street, Maleny



SUNNY COAST BUILDERS Bathrooms / Kitchens / Renovations

Darrin 0497 788 534

Local Operator



5494 6658 - 0418 151 231

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


Free Quotes & Advice


Service Workshop

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


QBSA 1229301

5494 0747


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PH: 5494 0466


Mobile Auto Detailing Replacement of Broken/Damaged Parts Accessories Fitting Headlight Rejuvenation All Services Mobile Window Tinting

Call Mick on 0408 700 472


Garth & Julie Stone

0434 090 197




• Automatic Transmission Specialist • Log Book Servicing • Over 15 years experience

0418 755 212


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



• Mufflers

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

License No 71591

A Airconditioning

Phone 5438 7445 to advertise your business

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Builders/ Carpenters

• Kitchens • Vanities • Laundries •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades OFFICE AND SHOWROOM 1/28 BIONDI CRESCENT, BEERWAH

QBSA 24630

5494 6500

QBSA 1155593

E QBSA: 737533

0401 663 428 or 5476 8315

All carpentry work M 0417 045 062 T (07) 5494 7117 RenovationsExtensions F (07) 5494 7543 Decks – Home Maintenance E

Jobs up to $3,300 until QBSA licence arrives

ABN 60 627 360 193 ACN 131 206 089 BSA Lic. #1018329

A 88 King Rd,550 Mooloolah 057 QLD 4553 Ph: Saun 0424


Jim 0407 163 283

C Carpet Cleaning

Bathrooms Kitchens Pergolas Decks

Barry Hargreaves – Builder 0420 718 788

Darrin 0497 788 534

QBSA 1229301

Free Quotes & Advice

Electrical Services

Family Owned and Operated


Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals


5499 9926

Adam: 0414 482 037

Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm

Carpet Cleaning I Upholstery Cleaning Pest Management

C Computers

Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083 26 |

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Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners Electrical


ABN 83 143 913 259

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


Jobs up to $3,300

New Installations & Renovations BSA Lic No. 1253462 Ph 5439 0108 Email: Fax 5439 0109 Web:

NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Carpets & Critters Carpet Cleaning & Pest Management Mob 0467 554 548

NOW AT Unit 1/1 Roys Rd Beerwah

Installations, Repairs, Servicing, Airconditioning Domestic • Commercial • Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 71536 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 Office: 5493 0054 Fax: 5493 0027

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

ABN 85 973 607 053



Hale Carpet Cleaning


SUNNY COAST BUILDERS Renovations | Carports | Decks Landscaping | Bathroom/Kitchens House Inspections

M: 0458 637 469



QBSA No. 76420

New Builds Design Carpentry Renovations

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

Martin & Co CONSTRUCTIONS General Building BSA# 1158026

“All Aspects of Concreting”



BSA Lic 1129044

PH: 5497 4097 Mob: 0419 797 448

Shane Montague:


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

Kitchen & Bathroom Specialists


Dean Parry

Darrell & Jocelyn Byrnes


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

M 0417 045 062

Quick Concrete

No Job Too Small


C Concreting

Lic. No. 70875

5493 0552 or 0412 060 184

0437 625 269 (8.00am to 8.00pm)

41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra

5413 2500



Over 35 years professional experience Over 10 years in Beerwah using qualified tradespeople


of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations E:

15+ years experience – Beerwah based

Onsite repairs & servicing – custom-builds Internet & email – data recovery, etc.


Gold Card No.: 24113

Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

Computer Consultant and Technician



New Homes Extensions Renovations

John Walton BBus (InfSys)

Joinery & Shopfitters

BSA 1151520


For all your electrical needs

Barry Jones Computers We come to you! No call out fee! Computer sales, service, repairs, upgrades, virus removal, networking, custom builds & more

Call Barry Jones on 0481 322 006 or email

Give us a go! No Job is Too Small Lighting New Homes Pumps

Ceiling Fans Power points Renovations Switchboards Commercial fitouts Sheds

Call Greg Small ph 5494 9199 mob 0404 903 801

Prompt, friendly service Peachester, Qld 4519 ABN 94 093 314 882 Lic no 69975

LOCAL ELECTRICIAN Jim McMahon Electrical Domestic/Commercial/Industrial

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

Free Quotes, Friendly service & advice JIM 0400 117 803 SCOTT 0401 740 592

Your local Jim services all areas call 131546


AIRCONDITIONING All types of electrical work





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

Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed

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

KLM LP Gas Suppliers

5493 0493


G Glass & Security

Mays Mowing Service

JON JEPSON Lic 76085

Powerpoints & lighting Pools, spas & sheds

Friendly & reliable

G Gas

Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured

Lic # 74935

Ceiling Fans Switchboards Phone & Data Lighting Power Points Safety Switches New Houses & Renovations

G Garden Maintenance T0047

Electricians Cont.



Weed Problems? TO496


Lic.4551 and Insured

0407 575 667

4 Railway Street, Landsborough

Aussie Mowing and Lawn Care House Yards, Small Acreage Horticulture Advice


ABN 87 020 422 605


Engineering & Welding

STUART McLEOD MOBILE WELDING For all your on-site fabrication & welding needs.

Workshop facilities: 19 Tallawong Close, Beerwah

Ph/Fax: 5494 1606 Mob: 0409 491 938



Tina 0418 935 164

Mick 0418 935 162

5496 9270


Large or small. Experienced Local Operator

Phone Michael 0447 341 241

From general lawn mowing & yard maintenance to total garden transformations

Also... High pressure cleaning Tree lopping Retaining walls

• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days • Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance

MONTY’S GLASS 0439 875 031 5493 0374 QBCC Lic: L 1117342

H Handyman Services Rick’s


24+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations small acreage mowing

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126

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

Kerrie & Terry 0427 948 997

your local licensed contractor


Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns

email: QBSA LIC1139536


Floor Sanding


Enjoy the Beauty of Polished Timber • New & Old Floors • Sanding & Treatment of Old & New Timber Decks • Latest Equipment Including Dust Bags to Minimise Dust • Free Quotes • Over 25 Years Experience BSA Lic No 64786

5494 8959 / 0411 827 854


Home and Garden Services


*Hedge Trimming *Pressure Washing *Planting *Green Waste Disposal *Garden Maintenance *Property Clearing *Senior Discounts

0498 638 192


G Garages / Sheds

No Job Too Small

- any odd jobs -

 Free Quotes  Pensioner Discount  Fully Insured

Call Mark 0428 328 103 Over 15 years experience Jobs Up To $3300

ABN 67 710 267 498

H Hire

BSA Licence no 60108

Call 0409 341 261 Monday - Friday & Saturday by appointment

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Professional Carpentry & Building Maintenance • All Exterior & Interior Work • Improvements • Decks & Timber Screens • Solar Panel Cleaning

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


• Decks • House & Roof Washing PAINTING Do It Right Davie McIntyre Choose Brush Right Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains BSA 75839

Col’s Home & Garden Maintenance es Carpentry Servic

ABN 95 669 531 866


Specialising in Bond Repairs including: Gyprock Repairs Painting Cleans Rubbish Removal Small Moves




Painting & Decorating Pty. Ltd.


Plant & Machinery

Cam’s Truck & Bobcat Hire


•Track Machine

Call Bennet: 0437 739 237


•Augers •Trencher • 4 in 1 bucket •8 ton tipper •Level bar •Laser Leveller •Tilt Bucket




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

Cameron Lister Ph: 0419 665 002

Call Rudi or Erika

Ph: 0418 204 159 a/h: 5494 0830


5494 0092 0438 940 634


(07) 5493 0012

* Reliable * Professional * Affordable FREE QUOTES * QBCC 1155906

Quality Workmanship

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

Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425


Dan Flynn 0437687709

new homes repaints seamless flooring texture coats high pressure exterior cleaning pensioner


Burst water pipes Rainwater tanks Telstra Drains accredited Pools Fully Insured

Quality Commercial, Domestic & Rural Painting & Decorating




Call husband & wife team Peter or Kim 0498 099 193


Leak Detection in:

Optic Fibre Telstra Cables Underground power Sewer & Storm water Water mains & services



All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393

Pipe & Cable Location


 Free Quotes  Interior / Exterior  Domestic & Commercial  30 years experience


Servicing the local community

0412 140 164


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

All Underground Pipe & Cable Location

P: 0416 214 723 E:

25 Years Experience • Fully Insured • Seniors Discount

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


• New Homes • Repaints • Roofs & Roof Restoration

H RBeerwah IG S257 PO BOX 4519 FREE RU

Home Maintenance





Pest Control

Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665

M Marine Services TO508

Excavator and Positrack hire 5 TONNE EXCAVATOR

Tilting head, auger, rock grab, & hammer


4-in-one bucket (tilting), levelling bar, auger, trencher, forks & laser

Phone John Baker on 0409 20 64 64

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New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning


Lic No. PMT-0-11432

John Annakin 0407 439 526


Painters QBSA 1091741



07 5493 0440 FIRST 0407 946 061

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to advertise your business


0427 088 699


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

or email


Plant & Machinery Cont.

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Landscaping Posi - Track / Broom Excavator Hire 5 Tonne / Rock Grab Tipper Hire 8 Tonne All General Earthworks Site-prep  Topsoil

Various Grass Varieties Available Professional Laying Service Supply  Deliver  Pick-up

Leigh: 0418 714 860 E: Licensed and Insured

Mooloolah River Turf 540 Glenview Rd, Glenview Q 4553

All excavation work

• 3, 4.5 & 5 Tonne Excavator’s • Posi-Track , 2.5 & 8 Tonne Tipper • Rock Breaker, Auger & Grab Buckets

Maintenance Specialist

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

M 0437 888 181 P 5494 0043

ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS Small Honest Family Business Free Quotes - No Call-out Fee

0419 659 709

Owen Plumbing Ian



All Maintenance & Renovations

0418 986 538

Hi – I’m Back!

Licensed Operator

With all my usual services, plus • can supply 5-20 tonne excavators • trucks – large and small • turf delivered and laid (if needed) • vacuum excavations AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5494 0056 Lindeman Road Shane 0408 192 814 Leigh 0418 714 860 BEERWAH

l Cal ve 50 HP Posi-Track DaGeneral Earthworks - Driveway Specialist Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough

0419 732 364

Truck & Trailer Owner/Operator Hourly Rate OR Tonnage Rate

Nick – 0435 850 144




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






0412 006 954

QBSA 1086283 EST 2003

Restore & Paint Rather Than Replace  Tin, Tiled, Asbestos Specialists  Heat Reflective Paint - 10 Yr Warranty  Repairs, High Pressure Clean  Fully Licenced & Insured 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223

G & N Bale Roofing

Metal & Polycarbonate roofing specialists

Installation I Repair & replacement Skylights I Whirly birds I Fascia & gutter

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Certain work defined as 'building work' in the QBCC 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 QBCC licence visit or call the QBCC on 1300 272 272.




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Dylan Kerr and Amy Sawyer, District winners

Mooloolah Pony Club

The annual Mooloolah Pony Club Gymkhana was recently held at their grounds. With over 100 riders in attendance from all around the area, the event was a great success and lots of fun was had by riders from pre-schoolers to adults.

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Contributed by Kerry Roach Last Monday the Landsborough Tennis Club opened their courts to all the local primary schools for the annual District Competition. Seven schools from the district took part in the competition with students from as far as Delany Creek entering. This year Amy Sawyer from Glass House Mountains State School won the Girl’s championship, with Emily Roach (Glasshouse Country Christian College) as runner up. Dylan Kerr from Peachester State School took out the boy’s trophy with Jonty Corkin (Maleny State School) as runner up. Overall eight students were selected to now move on to represent the Glasshouse District in the Regional Competition to be held at Kawana on April 23 and 24. Good luck to all those students. Many thanks to Wendy Stott from Glasshouse Country Christian College for coordinating the District Competition this year. It has been fantastic to see so many young children playing tennis. The Landsborough Tennis Club strongly supports young children to participate in the sport. Courts are available for hire seven days per week for as little as $10.00 per hour. Becoming a member of the club also allows you to play free daytime tennis. Get the family together and come down for some fun. For more information on hiring the courts and membership please contact Dawn Wendt 5494 1085. The Landsborough Tennis Club held their Annual General Meeting last Tuesday. The new committee for the club are; Greg Daniel (president), Dawn Wendt (treasurer), Lou Gonano (vice president), Kathy Hill (promotion/publicity officer). Secretary and maintenance officer to be advised. Many thanks to all those who attended the meeting and supported the club.

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Landsborough host to District Tennis Competition

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Zoe and Ella Mooloolah Pony Club, Rhiley from Pomona Pony Club and Ella from Nambour Pony Club

Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club

Contributed by Judy Walker A few of us brave souls turned up on Tuesday only to go home again. On Friday we had half our game and the winners were Darren Black and John Esdaile and 2nd Tony Pignata and Peter Setch.

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

Caitlin rides the waves to success Contributed by Tara Cooper The demands on Year 12 students are huge and for Pacific Lutheran College student Caitlin Gilliman, it’s just one of many demands – and achievements – she successfully juggles on a daily basis. The high achiever represented Australia in kayaking last year, and placed sixth in the world. She recently scored second place in the U19 ski event at the state championships for Surf Life Saving – and is a regular hot contender at Surf Life Saving’s pinnacle event, the Aussies – and Caitlin has also competed at the state titles for surfing. As if that’s not enough on this teen’s busy schedule, Caitlin also manages to find time to study for a Bachelor of Education and Science (majoring in HPE) at the University of the Sunshine Coast, full

time – on an early entry uni pathway only offered to select school students who demonstrate outstanding academic, personal and community achievements. Caitlin was officially recognised for her high achievements at the weekend, as one of 200 students state-wide to receive the prestigious RSL Youth Development Program award. She scored a grant worth $2,500, which will help fund her trip to compete in Hungary in June.

Little Athletics head to state championships Contributed by Cassy Sutton Twenty five athletes from Glass House District Little Athletics Club and six athletes from Maleny Little Athletics club travelled to Cairns for the Queensland

State Championships on March 21. For many of the team members, this was their first trip away with the club. During the weekend competition, 15 athletes qualified for finals. Many athletes improved their entry times or distance over the weekend, despite the very wet and humid conditions. Ten athletes from the GDLA team gained medals - five gold, three silver and two bronze. One Glass House athlete broke the State record in long jump. All the athletes had a fantastic experience and are very grateful to all the parents and team leaders who came along, especially Rachael!


Landsborough Tennis Club

Contributed by Jill Kirchheiner Friday Night Tennis – Five weeks of tennis matches gone already and two of those were wet. Let’s hope that the rain stays away on a Friday afternoon for the rest of the season. Hope that all the players are learning how to score and also to ball-boy for their matches, particularly the older divisions, and not relying on parents or other adults to score for them. Please make sure you turn up for your match before the start time, as the time given is when you start playing on court. If you know that you are unable to play, please also make sure that you organise a fill-in player from the fill-in list and if that fails, ring Katya. Make sure that the fill-in player knows who they are playing, the time they are playing and the date this is going to happen. Only one more match before the school holidays and matches start again on May 2. Below are the scores up to March 28. Div 1 – Murray-115, Nadal-93, Federer-86, Ferrer-83, Tsonga-78, Djokovich-75. Div 2 – Sharapovas-103, Li Na-102, Williams-91, Azarenka-75. Peewee 1 – Shreks-77, Ice Age’s-71, Madagascar’s-66, Toy Story’s-59. Peewee 2 – Nintendo-89, Xbox-70, Playstation-64, DS-48. Continuous ‘A’ – Sausage Rolls-80, Meat Pies-78, Dagwood Dogs-71, Chiko Rolls-65, Hot Dogs-60, Hot Chips-47. Continuous ‘B’ – Jade-61, Addison-51, Robert-44, Lara-40. Following are the scores up to the March 14. Div 3 – Babolat-74, Wilson-58, Prince-48, Head-35. Remember if you would like to hire the courts, particularly over the holiday break, just call into the local IGA.

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Glasshouse Country Bowls Club

Contributed by Trevor Bertram Last Monday’s monthly ‘Open Two Bowl Triples’ was won by Brian Larkin, Marleen Bertram and Trevor Bertram with two wins and 36 points and the Runners-up were Carolyn Malcomson, Jim Tatum and John McSwain with two wins and 33 points. In third place, with the highest score of 29 off the card, was the Donnybrook team of Nev Franklin, Peter Gaskell and Don Wise. Congratulations to Di Hunt who defeated Marleen Bertram in the final of the Ladies ‘A’ Singles 2014 Championship played last Wednesday. In the social games, M Dawes and D Hume 19 def B Larkin and J McSwain 16; and V James, D Clarke and J Hobson 20 def M Beasley, M Porter and N Dean 18. Thursday’s play was called off due to wet weather. The Final of the 2014 Men’s Fours Club Championship was played on Saturday. Congratulations to Craig Jones, Brian Saunders, Bruce Malcomson and Rowan Bruce who defeated Mark Ellul, Jim Tatum, Graham Hoy and Bill Tumbridge 18 to 14, in a closely contested match. The Quarterly Meeting will be held at 9.00am on Saturday, April 5. Members are requested to support their Club by attending the meeting. There will be a social game of bowls in the afternoon commencing at 1.00pm. Coming Events:9.00am, Wednesday, April 9 – Jackpot Triples




ENROL NOW! Sign up is on Friday, 4th April 4.00 - 5.00pm

Starting FRIDAY 2nd May at 4:00pm For 9 weeks until 27th June Cost is $90 including 9 weeks training, a ball & end of season breakup with presentation Winners of the 2014 Men’s Fours Club Championship - Brian Saunders, Rowan Bruce, Bruce Malcomson and Craig Jones

Glasshouse Pony Club


Di Hunt, 2014 Ladies’ Singles Club Champion

Muster Saturday, April 5 To coincide with the muster Feed and Fodder, Beerwah will be having a horse weigh in and measure at 1.00pm. Each horse will be able to have a digital weigh in and accurate measurement courtesy of Feed and Fodder.

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Health, Beauty & Fitness

attention - ghm RSL members & guests Friday Night Trading - Bar opens 5pm. Meals from 6pm. Club kitchen is now CLOSED on SATURDAY & SUNDAY for MEALS. All Welcome

New stock just arrived Tie Shoulder Jumpsuits, many colours & prints, one size does pretty much fit all $34.95. Lace Trim Playsuits for the young & young at heart $29.95. Gypsy Skirts & Peasant Tops sized up to XXL. We do fun clothing for real women.

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mobile hairdresser Excellence in hair design. For friendly, easy, in your own home service call Carrie 0404 803 650

Courses & Tuition guitar, flute, piano accordion & Music theory lessons. Professional caring teachers. Ph: 5494 7568 or 0411 959 157 ART CLASSES Day, Evening and Weekend. FINE ART SUPPLIES Phone for opening hours 3 hour class $25. Phone Karen King 5494 8354 yoga Wed 6.30pm - 8.00pm. Fri 9.30am Peachester Hall. 0437 914 029

Opp Museum Landsborough - 5494 1244


bookkeeping Registered BAS Agent. Phone or Email Luisa on 0414 252 361

Konga & Zumba Elimbah & Glasshouse

Wed & Thur 7.30pm. Mum-Friendly Thur 9.30am Programs

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Freight & Deliveries FREIGHT & COmmercial GOODs deliveries to Brisbane and surrounds at bargain rates. Established, reliable, family run freight company. Contact Manais Transport on 0433 470 430 or 0433 470 245

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caretaker work on property preferably with accom included. Experienced with most machinery & maintenance. Ph Glenn 0413 265 377

Fax: 5494 6462

Woodlands in conjunction with Haycroft Workplace Solutions, are currently looking for staff in the following fields:• Diesel Mechanic – to work on wide range of vehicles – HC licence preferred but not essential. • Hatchery Labourer – 4 am start, HR or HC licence preferred but not essential. The successful person may be considered for advancement and training to a supervisory role. • Truck Driver – HC licence required If you are interested in these positions, please apply either in person to Woodlands office at 2814 Old Gympie Road, Beerwah, or send in your resume to the address above. Conditions do apply to these positions. If you have any avian species at home (ie chickens, ducks, budgies etc) you are not eligible for biosecurity reasons. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST – Required for physiotherapy practice. Must be Diploma qualified & registered with health funds. Initially Wednesdays & Fridays. E:

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coffee with james mobile coffee van Gtd work, earn $1,500 - $5,000 + pw. Exciting new opportunity in the rapid growing coffee industry, change your lifestyle, call James 1800 152 637

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Property Maintenance Handyman, lawns (large or small) & garden, rubbish removal, welding, pens. disc. Ph: Clay 0410 581 881

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COMPREHENSIVE CLEANING domestic and commercial. Reliable & experienced. Ph Lauren 0403 044 887 Home & Yard Maintenance Gardening, mowing etc. Insured. Pensioner discount, no job too small. Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm Ph: Craig 5494 0858

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Childcare Annette’s Family Day Care Glass House Mountains - Mon-Fri 8am-6pm Ages 6wks – 5yo. Vacancies Tues & Fri Safe, Loving, Happy & Learning Environment

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Hire Tennis Courts for hire Day/ Night contact Glasshouse Mtns Sports Club 5493 0055 for bookings

Books Beerwah Books & Bits & Vinyl Revival Large range of books, collectables & LP’s. Preloved books suitable for all ages babies to adults. We will be open for business during the Simpson Street landscaping process parking available at rear 5494 6315

Markets Landsborough Market Saturdays 8.00am1.00pm . Stalls available. $10.00 a site. Follow us on Facebook. Bookings phone 5494 6315 b.h.

Maleny Art, Craft & Collectables Market Over 30 undercover stalls

8am to 2pm every Sunday Maleny RSL Bunya Street, Maleny Stall enquiries welcome 0448 423 919

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TAKE the LEAD Ned Kelly Fire Drums $80.00 Ready to go for Easter Camping 0409 491 938 retro / vintage 1949 inlaid veneer double bed and dressing table $150. Timber dining suite 6 chairs $200. Other items. Mooloolah. Phone 0428 195 488 KIDS ITEMS Cot, playpen, walker, toys, puzzles, girls fancy dress Phone: 5494 6641 Removal cartons Ph: 5494 7401

Wanted 1978 STIHL FARMBOSS CHAINSAW Dead or Alive for parts. Suitable models - 030 or 031 and 032. Phone: 0427 627 241

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Wanted To Rent shed, granny flat, anything wanted. I have 1 cat, 1 dog, URGENT. Preferably in Glasshouse if possible. Ph: 5438 7069

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World Stray Animal Day

With Friday, April 4 being World Stray Animal Day, the team at Sippy Creek Animal Rescue Centre want you to show you care and come in and adopt a stray. If you do this between Friday, April 4 and Sunday, April 6 you will receive a care package to get you started with a soft bed, a toy and hound house jacket. Check out our animals by heading to our website at or pop out and visit us at 28 Sippy Creek Road, Tanawha.

Garage Sale BEERBURRUM 16 Cobb & Co Drive. Sat 7am-4pm. MOVING SALE. All must go. Good quality furniture, Caravan, household items & much more Glasshouse 8 Dana Close. Sat 7am-1pm. Baby items, toys, household goods, office items & more. Beerwah 24 Pine Camp Road. Sat 7am. Collectables, bric-a-brac, furn, outdoor setting, surf ski, spinning wheel, assorted shed stuff, books, timber, linen & lots more Beerwah 7 Georgina Place. Sat from 8am. Downsizing sale. Furniture, tools, household. Beerwah 24 Usher Boulevard. Sat from 8am-4pm. Moving, all must go. See gumtree for larger items. BEERWAH 13 Katherine Street. Sat & Sun 6am-2pm. Household goods, furniture, Linen, clothes & tools.

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ARIES March 21 – April 20 Someone you know could benefit from a lucky break! It’s a good week to go about quietly weighing your options, and making plans. There will be sudden bursts of brilliance, new views and new technology. Mercury and Uranus join in your sign and with Mars in your opposite sign of Libra, expect life changing events. TAURUS April 21 – May 21 Your inner self is charging up to be ready for major changes. Planets indicate that there are people in your environment with whom you could do without, so hidden forces burst into awareness. There may be covert power struggles, with school, religion or in-laws. Best to not let jealousy or possessiveness win out. GEMINI May 22 – June 21 Your association with a new group could open you up to bold new possibilities! This week is the start of a month not to allow yourself to succumb to high pressure tactics. By the weekend there is a chance to be decisive in a personal matter and enjoy a boost in vigor and vitality. See if you can spruce up your image. CANCER June 22 – July 22 This week may fire up a frantic eclipse triggered month ahead! You may find many around you are restless, impatient or going through upsets in their major life areas. This is very risky to try and dive in to help other people at this time. No doubt you will try, but that is when you will see explosive ego personalities.

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LEO July 23 – August 22 This week may see you enter into social commitments cautiously as the blind date that seems initially like a good idea, could turn out to be not much fun. Concentrate on making household decisions. The chatter of friends throughout the weekend can be stimulating and it is worth your while to encourage experiences. VIRGO August 23 – September 22 This is not the week to fall for a grandiose scheme that puts your money into a friend’s pocket or a group project. Everything over the next two or three weeks is just going to be quite unpredictable in shared funds. Just stick to a sound plan instead. You will enjoy the weekend as Venus enters Pisces bringing romance. LIBRA September 23 – October 22 Keep an open mind to ideas that others propose, however evaluate them before taking action. It will be hard to find stability on any financial plan under this month’s stressful planets. Just stick to reliable and proven commodities. Take advantage of a chance to smooth out relationship difficulties and get along with others. SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 Mars is retrograde as well as Saturn and this puts strict controls on your demeanor. Extreme stresses under these planets keep you over active during the day and frustrated at night. It’s time to listen to a partner who sees the bright side and can supply security to anchor your nervous nature. Don’t take rigid stands at work.

SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 With skill and finesse you can profit from changes that are foisted upon you. It is necessary to be generous with your time, where relatives are concerned, just to keep the peace. You could get valuable payback in terms of information you require. Mars with Saturn, retrograde, are pulling you into old romantic trysts. CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19 There may be angry hot headed people around you this week who don’t agree with you, nor can make their point peacefully. It is good to know that you may be the voice of reason against dragging conflicts. The best advice this week is not to try to manipulate the outcome of a relationship, lest you are caught meddling. AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19 Venus is in your sign for the first week and is a popularity magnet. Everybody wants to be your friend. When Venus enters Pisces you may win prizes or a raffle, however you won’t want to spend it all on yourself. You will feel generous and charitable, ready to put your earnings into something idealistic to help others now. PISCES February 20 – March 20 With Venus moving through Aquarius through the first week it’s a time to heal your body with reflexology, massages and swimming. It’s a good week to spend some quiet easy time with those close to you whose values are not based on ego or greed. Unexpected monies pitch in for a new start. Trust your own ideas.

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APRIL 2 2014


smarter shopping special buys™ on sale


wed 02 apr

special buys™ on sale

sat 05 apr

Includes program for gluten free ingredients







69 99



More info at

Bread Maker

29 99

Vegetable Garden Bed

More designs at Plants and soil sold separately

Only $4 per pair



99 2pk

Girls Leggings 2pk

3 49



Vanilla Extract 100ml

red hot SPECiALS 6


per kg

Turkey Leg Roast with Cranberry and Apple Stuffing per kg $6.99 per kg


Wooden Cupcakes and Stand

for more visit


$ 99


per kg

Pork Tenderloin Fillet per kg

garnish not included

$16.99 per kg



on sale 02 to 08 apr

per kg

serving suggestion



Garden Trigger Nozzle

$3.49 per 100ml

$ 99

7 99

Kangaroo Mince per kg



$ 69

$ 99

$ 99

$ 99


per kg

per kg

per kg

Australian White Seedless Grapes 1kg Australian Yellow Peaches per kg $1.69 per kg

$2.99 per kg

garnish not included

$6.99 per kg

Australian Broccoli per kg $1.99 per kg

Australian Granny Smith Apples per kg $1.99 per kg

OPenInG HOUrS: See your local store or for details. Meat and produce prices valid from 02/04/14 - 08/04/14 in our Queensland stores. Meat and produce prices are also available in Ballina, Byron Bay, Casino, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Lismore, toormina and tweed Heads stores. Some items are sold in pre-packed sizes. While stocks last – please note stocks are limited and will vary between stores. Despite our careful planning, we apologise if selected items may sell out on the first day due to unexpected high demand. In the event of unexpected high demand, aLDI Stores reserves the right to limit purchases to reasonable quantities. aLS1072_W14_C

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Cnr Mawhinney & Beerwah Pde, Beerwah FREE CourtesyStBus PH 0448 123 700 Thursday from 5pm, Friday from 4pm, Saturday from 12 noon



Mondays Cnr Mawhinney St & Beerwah Pde, Beerwah

Jampas Tibetan Food Night


Wednesday night from 7pm LEAGUE DARTS Every Thursday from 8pm KARAOKE & FREE POOL Every Friday 4 - 6pm FREE SAUSAGE SIZZLE, ‘PICK YOUR NOSE’ & BEAT THE BOSS GAMES WITH GREAT PRIZES TO BE WON Friday 4th from 8pm

Wednesday Night Steak & Schnitzel Night (10% off all Steaks and Schnitzels)

Thursday Night


Seafood Night

Saturday 5th from 8pm


Try one of Chef’s Seafood Specials


GET TO 40.99


Any r 2 fo $ 72

XXXX Gold 24 x 375ml Stubbies or Cans Single $39.99ea






r 2 fo $ 80

Tooheys Extra Dry 24 x 345ml Stubbies

Carlton Mid 30 x 375ml Cans Single $42.99ea






r 3 fo $ 30 ea


9 $11.9

Cruiser Mixed 4.6% 10 x 275ml Bottles

Johnnie Walker Red & Cola or Bundaberg UP & Cola 4.6% 10 x 375ml Cans

Beerwah Cellars - Beerwah Shop 11, Beerwah Marketplace Peachester Rd Tel 5494 0477

Canadian Club Whisky or Jim Beam White Label Bourbon 700ml

Beerwah Drive Thru - Beerwah Mawhinney Street Tel 5494 0555 Glass House Cellars - Glass House Mountain Shop 5, 9 Bruce Parade Tel 5493 0188

Yalumba Galway Shiraz, Yalumba Christobel’s Classic Dry White or Penfolds Koonunga Hill Wines 750ml

Mooloolah Cellars - Mooloolah Shop 3, 2 Jones Street Tel 5494 7320 Palmwoods Cellars - Palmwoods Shop 5, 18-20 Margaret Street Tel 5445 9266



9ea $15.9

Oyster Bay Wines Marlin Bay New Zealand 750ml Sauvignon Blanc Excludes Pinot Noir & Sparklings 750ml Palmwoods Drive Thru - Palmwoods 28 Main Street Tel 5445 9003

To find your closest Bottlemart Call 1300 364 441 or Visit All specials available from Wednesday 2nd April until Tuesday 8th April, 2014. Price includes GST. Images are for illustrative purposes only. *Different pack sizes may not be available at all stores.

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Edition 2 april 2014