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Beerwah Locksmith goes mobile

Your Backyard Why not shop at your local resource recovery centre for your garden supplies – including bulkier items such as bbq’s and pots, located outdoors at the back of the market.

Market operating hours are 9am - 2pm Thursday and Saturday at Beerwah

Free mulch available – please contact the centre for information on loading times and delivery (fees may be applicable). Beerwah Resource Recovery Centre is run by Community Recycling Inc., which is a not for profit organisation supporting the local community.

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Adrian Korst from Beerwah Locksmiths has over 22 years experience in the security industry. Adrian has managed Beerwah Locksmiths for a number of years before buying the business off his parents late last year. Some readers will remember Adrian from the locksmith shop near the Beerwah Post Office, before moving the business to a family owned property in Landsborough, a couple of years ago. With the change of ownership, Adrian has decided to close the workshop and to buy a large all-purpose van that will allow him to provide a more convenient and accessible service for customers that previously was only available through the workshop. The bulk of work for Beerwah Locksmiths has traditionally been locksmith services; however the business has expanded over the last four years, to also offer electronic security such as alarms and CCTV surveillance. Adrian currently services local businesses, homes and larger commercial premises, and he is happy to offer free quotes for security upgrades and improvements. Adrian is also pleased to advise customers that he has just purchased a brand new ‘Renault Trafic’ van which will provide an even better mobile service. In the near future, Adrian will be looking to expand his service capacity with the purchase of a new state of the art machine that will easily fit the new van and offers the capability of three current machines. This machine will allow Adrian to provide customers with a hightech mobile automotive locksmith service that will be particularly useful for modern car owners. For more details contact Beerwah Locksmiths on 0488 669 810.

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Backyard Jobs for the yard in May • Raise your mower blades at least 25mm off the ground. The shorter days means the grass needs more leaf area to absorb enough sunlight. • Test the soil pH around your azaleas. It should be acid (pH5.5-6.5). Correcting the pH now will mean that the plant can absorb as much nutrients as it needs in spring. • Make cabbage butterfly deterrents by hanging empty egg shells above cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli plants. • Plant iceland poppies, pansies or snapdragons to fill in the gaps left in your flower garden if anything else has died off. • The lawn could do with a final fertilise before the winter months to strengthen the grass roots. Use half the recommended rate of a lawn fertiliser and apply it just before showers are predicted. • Keep the nutrients up to broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage seedlings as they grow. Use a high nitrogen product such as sulfate of ammonia. • Plant new citrus trees. Take off any fruits which have already formed – as these will sap anergy away from the tree and not allow it to grow a strong root system. • Fertilise your strawberry plants. Also regularly spray them with a fish and seaweed solution to keep them in good health.

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What’s on for gardeners in May

M.R.W.L. Inc Plant of the Month We care about our environment

Rose Myrtle

Archirhodomyrtus beckleri This small to medium sized bushy shrub is a great addition to any garden. Like many myrtles Rose Myrtle’s leaves are aromatic when crushed. The leaves are a glossy dark green, almost lime coloured in the new growth, with the new stems being dark purple in colour. The flowers are also a feature which are rosy pink and white in colour, and they’re quite striking, five petalled, and up to 10mm in diameter. The fruit follows which is yellow to red, it’s edible but not really palatable. Archirhodomyrtus beckleri is an adaptable garden plant which can tolerate full sun to light dappled shade, tolerates light frost and can be used as an informal screen. Rose Myrtle can be used in a garden that has a tropical feel, cottage atmosphere or bush setting, and makes an excellent container specimen. Come and view our plant selection at Mooloolah Native Nursery, you will be pleasantly surprised at the variety of plants that we have available.

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Elimbah-Caboolture Herb Club – May 1, 10.00am meeting at the Caboolture PCYC in Toovey Road, Caboolture. Learn all about the world of herbs. Call Ruth on 5496 7649 to find out more. Gympie Garden Expo – May 2 and 3. Fantastic indoor garden expo, open 8.00am to 4.00pm. Entry only $5.00. Gympie Showgrounds. Open Gardens Australia – May 16 and 17, ‘Lindmar’, 130 Blewers Road, Morayfield, 10.00am to 4.30pm. $8.00 entry. Open Gardens Australia – May 16 and 17, ‘Cacophony Lodge’, 41 Hatfield Road, Eumundi, 10.00am to 4.30pm. $8.00 entry. Native Plants Queensland (was called Society for Growing Australian Plants) – A walk in the Triunia National Park, led by a local plant expert. Triunia is a very species rich area and a plant list will be provided for the walk. Details of when and where to meet from sgapsuncoast@gmail.com or 5494 9187. Hibiscus Society, Sunshine Coast Branch – May 9, 9.00am to 1.30pm – Hibiscus Spectacular show. Be amazed at the outstanding colours and natural beauty of these magnificent specimens. Woombye School of Arts Hall, Woombye. Free entry. For more information call 5476 2771. Peachester Garden Club – May 21, 9.30am Gillian’s garden. Bring along a chair and mug. For directions phone Trish on 5496 9169. Carpark Plant Sale – May 16 from 8.00am until 2.00pm at 20 Coral Street, Maleny (the old Vet Surgery). On sale will be a range of tube stock in two pot sizes – including garden plants, shrubs and groundcovers, butterfly and bird attracting plants, and a line of bushfoods. Glasshouse Country Orchid Society – May 14, 7.30pm at the Glasshouse RSL, Reed Street Glass House Mountains. Guest Speaker will be Robert Reitano on ‘Sarcochilus ceciliae and its culture’. For further information please contact Jan on 5494 2301. Maleny Garden Club – May 26, 9.30am at The Old Witta School, Witta Road, Witta. Interesting guest speakers, please bring your own chair and cup or mug. Contact Jan on 5499 9010.

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Solutions for your home and property Brian Elliott has recently established a brand new local business ‘Diverse Mobile Services’ that brings a comprehensive range of services directly to his customers. Based in Beerwah but offering a service radius of 30 kilometres, the business draws upon Brian’s extensive professional experience. Brian brings over 40 years of business ownership and operation expertise in the manufacturing and service industries, as well as owner-building, to his new business venture. Brian has been located on the Sunshine Coast for over 30 years and offers a wide range of services to assist business owners, property managers and home owners. He can provide a one-stop service for most aspects of property compliance and maintenance. Some of the services on offer include pool safety certification, high and low pressure cleaning, installation of blinds and awnings, all types of lawn and garden maintenance, general maintenance and handyman services and even assembly of flat pack furniture items. When asked about what drew him to setting up his business, Brian replied, “I tried early retirement and lasted for several years, but I’m just too active for the quiet life. I already had all the tools, equipment and experience and have a lot to offer in this field. I also enjoy a challenge, meeting new people and like being home based, so it was a natural choice.” Brian is a certified pool safety inspector and motorcycle mechanic. He has owned and operated motorcycle service and repair businesses as well as a variety of manufacturing and service enterprises. A complete perfectionist, Brian brings a wealth of common sense and solid practical experience to all of his work. One area of specialisation that Brian is particularly passionate about is pool safety certification. As a licensed pool safety inspector, Brian enjoys the opportunity to assist with making the backyard pool a much safer place for young children and ensuring your pool complies with these new standards. Diverse Mobile Services also offer Eftpos / visa / mastercard facilities. Diverse Mobile Services operate Monday to Friday from 7.30am until 5.00pm however Brian is always happy to cater for differing customers needs and offer flexibility in times. For more information see www.diverseservices.com.au or find him on Facebook. Alternatively, contact Brian on 5439 0231 or 0468 316 389 or email info@diverseservices.com.au

New Pool Safety Laws: What they mean to you… From November 30, 2015, all Queensland swimming pools must be registered on the Queensland pool safety register and comply with The Australian Standards and the Queensland Development Code. All pools must comply with these new regulations regardless of when they were built. Even though, as a pool owner you do not require a pool safety certificate unless you are selling or leasing your property, your pool must still comply with the new regulations by this date. The above regulations and standards are available for you to read and download from the QBCC web site under pool safety. However, to ensure your pool fully complies, it is advisable to engage the services of a licenced pool safety inspector to conduct a complete audit and report on issues of non compliance, including any necessary corrective actions. Upon compliance the pool safety inspector can issue a certificate if required. Diverse Mobile Services is your local licensed Pool Safety Inspector. Mobile: 0468 316 389 Office: 07 5439 0231 Business Feature

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With the cooler weather approaching, it’s time to think about tackling some of those outside projects and garden ideas. From painting or redesigning your entertainment areas, to updating and tidying the garden, R & R Hire have everything to get you started. Of course as a fully comprehensive equipment hire store, R & R Hire have just about everything you would need to suit most projects, big or small. Their range of equipment is huge with everything from concrete floor grinders, to air compressors, and bobcats, available for hire. With over 23 years of successful business behind them, R & R Hire services have the equipment and expertise to provide the home renovator / handyman and tradesmen with the right tools for the job. Whether you are a builder, tradesman, home handyman or a DIY renovator, they always have just what you need, when you need it. The friendly and approachable staff have an amazing range of skills and knowledge and are always happy to offer advice and ably assist with all your hire needs. As well as their trade, tool and equipment hire, R & R Hire also have a convenient and easy to use app for both android and apple devices featuring every piece of equipment, with descriptions, dimensions and pricing. For a free quote, call R & R Hire on 5495 8683 – they are always happy to help you. Conveniently located at 66 - 68 Beerburrum Road at Caboolture. Their doors are open seven days a week. www.rrhire.com.au

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Even in a small garden, accessories, water features, ornaments and single plants can be used to reflect your personality in the garden. If it is quirky you are after, then you might want to consider something recycled or reused, or if traditional is more your thing, how about a feature plant?

Garden delights 1. Colour that ‘pops’ - there are so many brightly coloured pots that work well and you can match it with the plant. 2. Feature plants - this Magnolia will grow into a magnificent specimen, but think carefully of the best position to plant, so you can enjoy its gorgeous scent and flowers in years to come. 3. Garden ornaments and lighting - definitely add a bit of whimsy to a courtyard or entrance.

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Much more to the Maleny memorial garden than meets the eye As part of the Australian Government Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program, the Maleny Hospital Auxiliary received funds to create a ‘Walk of Remembrance’ through their grounds to commemorate the 90 locals who enlisted from the area in World War 1. Now completed – and recently officially opened – the garden, pathway, stonework and structures are a wonderful place for hospital patients, visitors and the general public to enjoy, contemplate and recuperate. Much careful thought went into the layout, design and construction of the gardens, so that they are not only pleasing to the eye, but are easy care, represent specific meaning, and are a touching memorial for a range of people and reasons. Tohm Hajncl from Amber Leaf Landscaping volunteered his time to coordinate the construction and installation of the gardens and structures. Tohm explained that many local groups and businesses had involvement in sections of the gardens, each having their own story. “Many plants were selected so that there will be something flowering all year round. Others were selected for their shade tolerance or their suitability for the function they will perform,” said Tohm. “The Maleny Garden Club propagated and grew hundreds of plants that went into the gardens, including around 60 clivias that are mass planted in a shady area just behind the timber log bench.” Some plants were also donated by the Tropical Foliage Society, and some from Tohm’s own collection. Tohm also chose plants that reflect local Maleny gardens, so that locals recovering in hospital would have a reminder of what their gardens may be like at home – which is an important part of a healthy recovery. Adding to this feel, the entrance-way is created using old local bridge timbers to form a post and rail fence, with the posts being made from Helidon sandstone, symbolising the farming heritage of the area. Planted each side are two local rainforest trees – Eumundi Quandong – which will grow to become grand sentinels, welcoming visitors to the gardens. “We also wanted to design the garden in a way

that much-loved local Colin Campbell would have liked,” said Tohm. Which is important considering that part of the garden is also a memorial to Colin, coming from other funds raised for this purpose. This section consists of Colin’s favourite camellia – Camellia ‘Jennifer Susan’, which is a beautiful pale pink double flower. Nearby, a row of standard white ‘Iceberg’ roses have been planted by another local family as a memorial to one of their family. These long flowering shrubs are back planted by another camellia ‘Setsugekka’, which is a sun-tolerant white flowered camellia. A beautiful part of the garden is the timber arbour set up on the higher ground, containing a couple of timber benches for people to sit and enjoy the garden ambience. Tohm designed the structures with his team constructing the framework. The benches were designed, constructed and donated by the Blackall Range Woodcrafters Guild (or the ‘Woodies’). The timber they used is Yellowwood gum, sourced locally, maintaining that connection with the local country. One important feature of the garden is the Aleppo Pine grown from the original ‘Lone Pine’ at Gallipoli.

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Tohm explained that this respected symbol of the ANZAC tradition was moved from elsewhere to its current location. “The tree had been damaged in a storm and wasn’t looking to crash-hot,” he said. “Local bobcat owner Andrew Fea from Andrew’s Mini Excavations donated his time and equipment free of charge to carefully excavate, move and transplant the tree, which was no mean feat, as it has a fragile root system. “Consequently, the Lone Pine is looking a bit rough around the edges, but I’m confident it will recover well over the coming months.” Over 350 plants have gone into the garden, more than 400 cubic metres of mulch, tonnes of sandstone in the paving stones and retaining walls, and much local timber has been used. These all superbly compliment the series of sandstone sculptures and the plaques honouring the local WW1 soldiers for which the walk of remembrance was created. Hundreds of human-hours, sweat and probably some blood too, have gone into its creation … which is a true mark of the respect and reverence the local community as a whole for the courage and sacrifice of those who served their country.

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Beerwah Bargain $399,000 Only 300 metres to shops rail etc. The market has moved and choices are thinning! This home with a huge rumpus room offers great value. Modern four bedroom, two bath room, plus rumpus room on a 590m2 block in an unbeatable position overlooking timbered parkland, and features an extra – large rumpus room and is equipped with a chef’s kitchen with island bench and breakfast bar. The home has a light and airy open living area with easy access via sliding doors to an inviting north easterly facing tranquil alfresco area to relax in. The double garage has been lined and converted to a great rumpus room or second living area with sliding doors at the front. Wide double gate access to the rear yard offers plenty of space for a shed or parking cars and toys. Security screens, multiple air conditioners, ceiling fans and a large garden shed are just some the extra features. The home is priced to sell and easy to add value to with a little paint and tender loving care. Inspect Saturday, May 2, from 11 -11.30am at 11 Parkside Drive, Beerwah. For more information please call John King 0409 570 284

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT This is not your every day residential home, this is somebody’s dream set in a beautiful tropical landscape; and IT CAN BE YOURS! • Main residence – 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom; Master bedroom upstairs with walk-in-robe and ensuite plus private north facing balcony • Separate Granny Flat – 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Council approved and located away from the main residence • Huge open plan living - lounge, family room, dining and kitchen • Wide verandah spanning entire length of the home, with pull down shade blinds • Solar HWS plus panels plus 2.4kW inverter • 2 single garages underneath plus open carspace with roller door • 4x6m shed, two roller doors used as workshop • Various aviaries set within the landscaped gardens, water pump in the creek for watering the gardens, sprinklers throughout the property • Total privacy and seclusion is almost guaranteed

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New Beerwah Residential Estate The Best Value Choice in the Hinterland • Close to Beerwah shopping and rail • Bordered by parks, National Parks and bushland • Wide streets for less parking issues • Walk or easy bike ride to schools • Big lots with spacious feel and room for a generous garden and shed • Underground power, town water and sewer Wanting a granny flat or shed with your new home?

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Home 21 Acres, multitude of uses – set up for horses - $930,000

On over eight hectares of land is an impressive nine-year-old four bedroom, two bathroom home with 9ft ceilings, open plan living,and dining area. Large central kitchen, air conditioning to bedrooms one and two plus ceiling fans throughout and 16 solar panels to assist with the rising cost of electricity. There is a large covered verandah to the side and rear of the home with a two way wood heater and a double lock up garage on the home.

There is a modern four box plus tack room drive through stable complex. Extensive shedding consisting of a 12x8m shed with power, water, shower and toilet and a 9x5m carport attached. A 14x10m machinery shed and a 9x3.5m demountable self-contained unit with air conditioning. There are eight fenced horse paddocks, a grassed arena and 1 x 9 acre paddock. Please call Kelvin on 0429 003 338 to arrange an inspection.

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