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I feel like we've had as many appointments and events this month as the Bachelorette has had kisses. Between the school events (a P&C fundraiser, brekky club, tri, fun run and running club), community events, keeping up with pilates and gym for me, swim squad for the kids, then the Nippers Carnival, newspaper awards night... and that's only the things I could fit in! Heatley was away working in New Zealand for a week, and kindly brought some presents home… Unfortunately, one of them was the cold he picked on the plane. The poor boy's throat was hoarse from all the spruiking he did of our beautiful region - it is hard to believe he had around 150 face-to-face meetings with the tourist industry movers and shakers in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The feedback was extremely positive. In this edition we seem to be celebrating a lot of anniversaries – 25 years for Maleny Film Society, 30 years for a gallery, and Maleny Commerce 1986 was a productive year! For our first story, it would have been Thomas Moodie's 100th birthday, then a whopping 110 years for Dulong School of Arts. But I have some disturbing news yes, I must include it.
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Inside this month Thomas Moodie's medals now rest at Queensland Air Museum
Adrian Butler: an advocate for safe smoke alarms
A quarter of a century for Maleny Film Society
Dulong Cormac McDonald has a destiny with dance
Palmwoods Chloe Dyce works for the CWA
The newest gallery in town
St Mary's Hall is a Hinterland Gem
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A war hero and civil engineer who tunnelled through the Snowy Mountains for the famous Snowy Mountain Hydro Scheme. Thomas Boyd Moodie was also a designer of airstrips and a friend of the "Mounties". A busy life full of adventure, his is a story films are made of ...
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CTOBER 31 MARKED the 100th birthday of Thomas Boyd Moodie (31 October 1916 – 14 February 2012). In celebration of his life, wife Betty a resident of Erowal, Maleny donated Tom’s war medals to the Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra. Tom Moodie’s life was one filled with adventure, intrigue and heroism. His escapades are the kind that create movies. In fact, research indicates that this is indeed the case as in the movie Heroes of Telemark.
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Tom joined the RAF in 1933. Six years later, at the end of his term of enlistment, he returned to Scotland and his profession as a civil engineer. The outbreak of World War II saw Tom re-enlisting in the RAF where he was posted to a unit in Burnaston, Derbyshire. It was there he learnt to fly various aircraft, then at Prestwick, qualified as a navigator and bombardier. I met with Tom’s long-time friends Maleny locals, Des Aston and Lloyd Larney, who shared their stories. One of particular interest was Tom’s time with the Pathfinder Force during World War II. Des explains, “One of Tom’s missions was marking for a raid on the heavy water facility at the Norsk Hydroelectric Plant in Telemark, southern Norway. Flying the Mosquito, as a high-speed reconnaissance aircraft, they marked targets with flares. Red paint stained the snow so that the others could see where to bomb.
“The raid was from the air but if I remember rightly, Tom and a few other guys physically went back into that water facility and blew up what was left of it and got captured again.” To which Lloyd adds, “At some stage during that raid Tom’s aircraft crashed. He was captured and ended up in a German hospital. It was winter and the snow came up above the windows. “About four Norwegian army blokes came on a rescue mission, so Tom slid out of the window. That’s when he went to Norway and joined the resistance.” A sequence of sabotage missions between 1940 and 1944 ensured the destruction of the heavy water (deuterium oxide) facility. This effectively stopped Germany’s efforts to develop nuclear weapons. While memories and memorabilia lay claim to Thomas Moodie’s role in these historic events, being a recipient of ‘The War Cross’ speaks for itself. This medal carries the highest rank of all Norwegian decorations. Des Aston, who is the custodian of Tom’s medals showed me the framed honours. Sealed in the back of the frame is a letter dated 7 July 1942 from the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Tom’s former school. It reads in part:
“Tom had a bottle of bourbon for the Yankee guy and he had a bottle of scotch for Tom. Quite a feat as there were no computers back then…it was all done by calculations.” Tom and Betty moved to Maleny in 1979. It was then that Lloyd Larney first met the couple. Des’s association began ten years earlier in Buderim. “Tom was a down-to-earth fellow, easy to talk to. He was in for anything. I helped him out on several building projects and in his eulogy referred to him as ‘Tom the builder’. “He helped out with the buildings at the Maleny showgrounds, the drain down the back in Willow Lane and the bridge across the creek at the showgrounds. He designed and organised the concreting of it,” said Lloyd. Des added, “He was retired, all this was voluntary. He was mates with the engineer at the council so they worked together.” There seems to be no end to the stories that create Tom Moodie’s life: a posting to the north-west frontier India in 1935 and later the seaport of Mersa Matruth, Egypt. After the war, he sourced Caribou transport planes for the RAAF and for reasons that are unbeknown to Des and Lloyd, was awarded a medal from the Canadian Mounted Police. Another story springs to mind as Des recalls, “After the war, Tom designed quite a few air strips in Persia and other Arab countries. Before the Vietnam war broke out, the US Congress sub-contracted him to identify where some those air strips were in Indo-China. “He and Betty would arrive by private plane with about six body guards and three or four American big-wigs, to identify some of these air strips.” It seems that the adventures of Tom Moodie will certainly live on through the storytellers. However, the presentation of his medals to the Queensland Air Museum where he was a founding member and held office as president, will preserve his memory. It will serve as a reminder of Thomas Boyd Moodie, the war hero, Tom the builder and a man who was friend to many.
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Everyone understands they should install a smoke alarm, but ask the question, “do you know there are two different types of smoke alarms?” and most will answer “yes, battery and hard-wired”. It is this ignorance that Adrian Butler has been campaigning against for 16 years, as writer Dale Jacobsen found out.
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HERE ARE TWO different types of smoke alarms: ionisation and photoelectric alarms,” Adrian explains. “They are for two very different purposes. The ionisation model, that constantly goes off when you are cooking, detects sub-micron particles, not visible smoke. “But most fatal house fires begin as a slow smouldering fire that generates toxic smoke, not flames. People assume that, because these alarms are so sensitive to cooking, they will protect them in the event of a fire, but they often don’t.
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“Photoelectric alarms, on the other hand, detect visible smoke. These are the only alarms the fire brigades now recommend.” Adrian knows his stuff. Originally a full-time professional firefighter from New Zealand, he began selling smoke alarms in 1997. At that time, he didn’t question the commonly held claim that any smoke alarm was a good smoke detector. It was the cheaper ionisation option and people felt safe with them. Then customers found their alarms failed when they were most needed. Adrian began investigating. “The penny dropped when I read reports dating back to the 70s from US fire protection engineer, Richard Patton. It was suddenly so obvious.” According to Patton, a campaigner since the mid-70s, there is a worldwide cover-up purely for economic purposes. As Adrian explains: “Ionisation alarms are cheap to produce, around $1, and they sell for around $10. Much cheaper than a photoelectric alarm.
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“Millions have been sold around the world. Do the maths. The manufacturers fear litigation if the real situation is known.” In 2000, Adrian saw the awardwinning Canadian documentary Silent Alarms, but it was soon silenced by the manufacturers and has not been screened since. “It showed clearly that, despite ionisation alarms being widely installed in homes, deaths—particularly child deaths—have not decreased. We were shocked by this. “It is a story that needs to be told, so we decided to make our own documentary, Stop the Children Burning. It can’t be silenced.” Adrian immediately ceased selling alarms and formed the non-trading not-for-profit organisation, World Fire Safety Foundation, with Karl Westwell. They began a tireless campaign that, to date, has run for 16 years, conducting their own tests which are well documented on the Foundation’s website. Their aim is to not only educate the public, but have legislation changed to ensure the correct smoke alarms are installed in every home. But what to many people seems like a no-brainer has been met with tremendous opposition from authorities. “People don’t like change,” explains Adrian.“They have been told that the cheaper option is safe, so they go along with that. People also don’t like to admit they’re wrong.” In 2006, Adrian and Karl almost closed down the campaign.“We had lost our homes, and were totally disillusioned.” But they were reawakened when they received an email
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“We began as an art and craft shop with just a few paintings on the walls. When I think back, I am amazed at the high quality of work we sourced in those early days. Our selections included the work of noted porcelain potter Gwyn Hanssen Pigott. “One of our first finds was artist Greg Postle who has been recognised as Australia’s greatest wildlife painter. We saw his work in the local art show and asked if he’d like to exhibit with us. “I was Greg’s sole representative for 22 years. We had sell out exhibitions every time.” The original gallery was housed in one room. Kaye recalls its rustic nature before renovations expanded the space. “It was very rough, not lined. The second gallery room was originally the kiln room from the shop’s pottery days. Then later, a third gallery room was added.” Kaye speaks of the value of living in Kenilworth in particular, how the community rallied to her aid on 21 June 2007 when fire broke out. “It was during the day when I saw flames pouring out from the house. By the time the local voluntary fire brigade arrived the building was well alight. “We were most worried about the gallery because I had an exhibition planned. It was to open in two weeks and all the exhibition paintings were in the gallery. This was a positive, as I would normally have stored the artworks in the house.
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“I am planning to continue being involved with art in some way. It will be a matter of watch this space. My clients and artists are like family and I wish to maintain that connection. “A few years ago I was looking through some old photographs from the early days at the gallery and realised the quality of artists that I’ve had here over the years. Artists that have gone on to be incredibly well known, nationally and internationally.” Like a well-chosen pebble cast on the waters of Australian art, Kaye Cathro’s ‘Lasting Impressions’ vision has had a ripple effect on art and artists alike – a lasting legacy. www.lastingimpressionsgallery.net
“People came from everywhere, they were wonderful. Everything had to be moved out because the old timber buildings were only about a metre apart and the fire was raging. Everyone just grabbed paintings and we took them across the road to the real estate agents. “Fortunately, the fire brigade stopped the blaze reaching the gallery building. Most of the photographs were in the shed which was metal, and they survived. “That night I kept coming back to make sure that the fire was out. We opened for business the next day. Then, we got all the paintings back in and held the exhibition two weeks later.” Even though Kaye’s precious gallery and its irreplaceable contents had been saved, she was left with only the clothes she wore. Again, the community came to her aid with the necessary day-to-day items and accommodation. “A couple of weeks later I found a rental where I lived for 18 months while I designed a new house with the help of an architect friend. When the house was ready to be constructed, I moved into the shed. I became an ownerbuilder while still carrying out five successful shows in that year.” I admired Kay’s resilient attitude as she shared, “I couldn’t help thinking how lucky I was. No one was hurt and my gallery still existed. And then, I ended up with a beautiful new house. It was all positive.” Kaye Cathro’s focus is still very much on gallery business and the current exhibition Horizon featuring Gympie based artist Ken Gailer. She adds that the building’s new owners would be happy to see it resume as a gallery. Kaye smiled knowingly when I mentioned that the word retirement didn’t seem to figure in her future.
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25 years on Our HT writers love hearing how ideas are born; so Dale Jacobsen enjoyed meeting with the women behind the Maleny Film Society; finding out how it all began and who came on board along the way.
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WENTY-SIX YEARS AGO, two friends were chatting over a coffee in the lounge room of Maleny Lodge. Jill Morris, with a background of production and screenwriting for the ABC, lamented the fact that she didn’t have easy access to quality film viewing. Lorraine Duffy, at the time owner of Maleny Lodge, suggested they might be able to show them in the lounge room. They continued their daydream over their cuppa, unaware that a similar dream filled the mind of Joan Rodger. The Maleny Film Society kicked off in 1991. Twenty-five years later, the two friends were to play an integral part of the new society—Jill as a committee member and filmmaker and Lorraine as the current president. “To test the water,” explained Jill, “they showed films for three months as part of the Maleny Arts Council who had a ready audience. If it worked, then Joan would consider screening on a permanent basis. “The group was pretty sure it would succeed, as the arts were burgeoning in Maleny, with art shows taking off, and the opening of places like the Upfront Club and Peace of Green Gallery.”
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Current secretary, Jess Begun, explained that, right from the start, they were keen to show contemporary 35mm films, not 16mm films from the archives. “We wanted to show films that you wouldn’t see in the large cinemas; to focus on arthouse films. But, we didn’t have a 35mm projector. We had to rely on Kevin Baglow who travelled from Yeppoon for each screening.” In those early days, patrons would arrive early to share a meal catered by the committee, select a cushion from a huge canvas bag (children would snuggle down on beanbags), waiting to see the film that arrived earlier that afternoon in Landsborough by McCafferty’s coach. Things didn’t always go according to plan, however. One night (I was there), a full house had turned up for a screening of The Full Monty. The coach arrived without the film canisters. Disgruntled murmurs filled the hall, but the committee came up with a solution: making frantic phone calls, they found a copy at a Caboolture theatre that wasn’t being used that night. Someone jumped into their car and headed off down the highway while we watched a comedy. The film ended and we lined up for a cup of coffee just as the hero ran in the front door waving the film canisters. We all cheered. That is the spirit that is so warming with the Maleny Film Society. Jess says there have always been big humps to climb
over, particularly keeping up with new technology. “We were relieved when Ross Goulter, a professional projectionist from Sydney, moved to Maleny. He was walking past the community centre one day when Rotary were showing a film. It was all jerky and the sound was appalling. He couldn’t help himself. He walked in and said: ‘Can I have a look?’ Just then, Joan walked in and asked: ‘Does anyone know about the fellow who’s just moved to the area and knows about operating projectors?’ Wow. What timing.” MFS took out a loan to purchase their own projector and Ross took over, concocting a pickup for continuous screening, and training others in the art of using a projector. Then came another hump: converting to D-format. Now in the digital age, the committee no longer has to drive to Landsborough to collect the film. It all comes “down the line”. The society has branched out over the years, and a lot of the credit must go to Susanne Haydon’s innovative ideas. “She thought Maleny should have the ability to make its own local films,” said Jill. They applied for a grant to bring Sydney screenwriter, Scott Roberts, to Maleny to run a course on filmmaking; then Jill, Jess and another local writer attended the Sydney-based course Young at Heart Film Festival. With a Gambling Fund grant, they started the Maleny Film Commission in 2007 and purchased their own equipment. This morphed into the Maleny Film Cooperative (a more inclusive concept) where individual members make their own films. Jess Begun has created a very special film to screen at the 25th anniversary celebrations.
“I’ve been right back through the archives and the end result is a 16-minute film, Remembering When: 25 years of the Maleny Film Society,” said Jess, who has also prepared a display of memorabilia and history for the celebration and the Maleny Library. The Maleny Community Centre will be abuzz from 2pm on Sunday, November 13. As a nice touch, the main feature will be the Swedish film, My Life as a Dog—an encore screening of the first film shown by the society. There will be finger food by Spaghetti Junction, entertainment by the Maleny Players, and an amazing cake (featuring films screened) by local cake maker “cakesbyzoe”. In the true spirit of MFS, this will be a free event.
Above: Joan Rodger began MFS in 1991
Right: Local filmmakers: Jill Morris, Jess Begun, Katie Lindsay, Leanne Farmiloe, Jackie Megaw
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dancing with destiny There are inspiring people of all ages, and HT writer Victoria McGuin recently met with 14-year-old Dulong resident Cormac McDonald, who definitely fits this description. After successfully throwing himself into music and gymnastics for five years, he realised that all he really wanted to do was dance. other kids in the class had been doing for five years! But everyone was really accepting. â€œI had a trial first, where I was told about the five feet positions, and then straight into a class by Victoria McGuin where I was learning the upcoming concert dance. I was thrown in the deep end, but having to learn it yourself and having to adapt quickly is a good way HEN I FIRST MET CORMAC he was nine years to learn something.â€? old, and busy with playing the flute and I ask how he felt after that first class. â€œI felt piano, singing, gymnastics and various overwhelmed, vibrant, excited. This was a new sportsâ€Śin short, he applied himself with environment away from gym and competing. dedication and enthusiasm to everything. On top of that, Competition in ballet is more relaxed.â€? he came across as a thoroughly down-to-earth, friendly Two months later, Cormac performed in his first and kind young man. dance concert and from there the momentum grew. The second of four children for Katherine and Russell â€œIn that first year I was training for about an hour and McDonald (who own Range of Motion Physiotherapy), half a week; now itâ€™s 25 hours a week.â€? he had been excelling in gymnastics, reaching State Itâ€™s a busy schedule for a 14-year-old who still level, but he felt he was burning out and decided heâ€™d attends high school. â€œSuncoast Christian College have had enough of the gruelling training schedule. been very understanding, I get a lot of support â€œAfter school one day, Dad came home and found me there.â€? practising the female gymnastic floor routine in my After the first year at Anne Fraser, Cormac asked if room,â€? Cormac shares. â€œHe asked me why I was doing he could audition for the Queensland Balletâ€™s Junior that, and I just said, â€˜Because itâ€™s to musicâ€™, thinking that Program. â€œShe said yes, but not to be disappointed was obvious.â€? if I didnâ€™t make it that year, as Iâ€™d not been dancing Russell and Katherine realised their son had a natural long.â€? dance ability, and it wasnâ€™t long before a client of He was accepted into the program, and now Russellâ€™s suggested taking Cormac to the Anne Fraser travels to Brisbane each week to train at their School of Dance in Buderim. studios. Cormac was ten years old when he walked through â€œI had friends at Queensland Ballet who the doors to a life-changing opportunity. â€œIn my first were also in the Ballet Theatre of Queensland ballet class I was so nervous. This was something the (BTQ), so I auditioned for that too and got
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through. They are long days and it’s hard work, but I love it.” The dedication is paying off - in 2015 he performed in Queensland Ballet’s La Sylphide at QPAC. That same year, he travelled to China with his older brother Tom, to play flute with Chinese music students as a member of a music exchange program. The downside to all this is that family and friendships often take second place. “I barely see my younger sister and brother, Tilly and Edan, but you get used to it and try to catch up when you can.” Cormac’s schedule sees him dancing six days a week. “I travel to Buderim four days a week, and Brisbane twice - all day Sunday.” Needless to say there is a lot of driving, and Cormac envisages living in Brisbane when he’s older to make things
“I’d literally be nowhere without Mum and Dad’s support,” he acknowledges. “They supply so much and do so much: financially, emotionally and logistically. And my friends and family have given me loads of support too. “There are times when I work so hard, it’s a career of perfection and trying to beat yourself. You need a good teacher, like Anne Fraser, someone constant to tell you you’re improving when you have doubts. Doubts don’t get you anywhere.” Cormac, I note, is a wise soul in a young body. He also strongly believes in the importance of finishing school. “I could trip out of the car one day and break my femur. No more dance. You need a good education as a back-up in your life, so you can always do something else.” For now, though, ballet is clearly in Cormac’s future with a busy year ahead. In addition to all his training he will be dancing in Anne Fraser’s end of year concert The Water Nymph. “I’m the lead – I’m the only guy!” he laughs. Next comes performances in BTQ’s Cinderella at QPAC in January, and over Easter he will be taking the stage in New Zealand at the Biennial Alana Haynes Australasian Awards. Family, friends and inspirational teachers have certainly helped Cormac this far, but his genuine love of dance, natural talent and determination will keep him, deservedly, dancing his way to his dreams.
Above: The McDonald clan Below: Cormac with Anne Fraser Below left: At Queensland Ballet Summer School
easier. “I love city life, but I really value the upbringing I’ve had here,” he tells me. “The Sunshine Coast is special, and the friendships here are broader – you know so many people.” Recently, Cormac received some very exciting news, which he didn’t believe when his mum first told him. “I’ve been accepted into the Australian Ballet School’s Interstate Program for 2017, which means I travel to Melbourne throughout the year for personal visits, classes and a Boys Intensive Week in July!” Cormac’s excitement is palpable. I wonder if he sometime pinches himself to check he’s not dreaming, and ask where he’d like to be ten years from now. “I’d like to dance with the Queensland Ballet. The way they teach, hold themselves, the feel they create. Ideally I’d like to be a principal dancer!” And the ideal role? “Romeo, in Romeo and Juliet, I’d love to dance that,” he grins. All this opportunity has come about due to many factors, in addition to Cormac’s natural gift and passion.
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Pottery and Clay Workers Group create the raffle prize for MACG Christmas Fair
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like Christmas! Music, lights, Christmas trees and shopping! That's right, the festive season has already started. It's not too late to tell us about your Christmas and New Year events, send them to us by November 16! (Note: the next edition of HT is out from December 7.)
Maleny Arts and Crafts Group Christmas Fair The Maleny Arts and Crafts Group will hold their annual Christmas Fair from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 November at the Community Centre, Maple Street, Maleny. Entry is free and the fair will be open between 9am – 4pm on Friday and Saturday, and 9am – 3pm Sunday. This year’s fair will showcase fine art, pottery, sculpture, homewares, woodcraft, fashion, glassware and fabric creations made by local artisans. This is your opportunity to purchase unique, locally made gifts for friends and family.
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The Christmas Raffle prize this year is a beautiful modern female form birdbath and pots created by the group’s clay workers. The Pottery and Clay Workers is a large group, and working on the raffle prize gave new members the opportunity to learn techniques in clay hand building. Raffle tickets will be available from the MACG Gallery in Maple Street and at the fair. The winning ticket will be drawn Sunday afternoon at the fair. For more information please visit the website: malenyartsandcrafts.blogspot.com.au or find us on Facebook.
The group have had a jolly time rehearsing for the carols Image Wendy Ward
Mapleton Light the Lights Light the Lights is an annual Christmas event that the Mapleton and District Community Assoc Inc organises at the Mapleton Lilyponds Park. The Mapleton Choir will perform a programme of Christmas music, and Santa will arrive towards the end of the evening with small gifts for the local children. A sausage sizzle and drink sale will be run by a local community group, with the Christmas lights turned on as darkness approaches. This year the event will be held on Wednesday, December 7, between 6 and 7pm . We anticipate an attendance of about 400 people; most will bring their own chairs and picnic rugs.
Carols by Twilight Carols by Twilight this year will be a concert of wellknown Christmas Carols and songs performed as usual by the very competent and professional Maleny Singers. The previous format of Lessons and Carols has been forgone to embrace the new concept. The concert promises to be a night to remember bringing a joyous start to the Christmas festival season in Maleny. Entry is free but there will be a request for donations during the evening. The concert will be held at Maleny RSL on Friday, December 2 from 6.30pm. Maleny Singers, Rotary Club of Maleny and Maleny RSL look forward to sharing an evening of beautiful music and Christmas cheer. Yes, it will be children friendly. Please mark in your diary to come along!
To market, to market Visit the Christmas Twilight Markets held on the Beerwah Tower Green, December 5, 3pm - 8pm . Come along and join in the festive spirit, and shop handmade this Christmas. There will be free photos with Santa, carol singers, and plenty of Christmas cheer! Check out our market guide on page 40, there's a wonderful choice of markets on the Hinterland, with a festive atmosphere and plenty of stalls to find unique presents for your loved ones.
Christmas Around the World Maleny Christmas Tree Festival is a display of creative and inspiring trees. The theme is Christmas Around the World. The display features trees decorated to this theme; they have been contributed by community groups from across the Hinterland region. The festival is now in its fifth year, and continues to inspire visitors, young and old alike. Entry is by gold coin donation and all funds go this year to the Maleny Hospital Auxiliary. Mark your calendars now for December 17 - 24 at the Uniting Church, 1290 Landsborough/Maleny Road, Maleny. Find out more: 0409 268 665.
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Cappriccio’s Italian Restaurant
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Open: Wed to Sun.Lunch: from 11:30am Dinner: from 5:00pm Closed: Mon/Tue
Open 7 days . “A high altitude food served with great attitude” come and try our momo, crispy duck and tantalizing lamb shank in curry sauce and many more. Variteis of vegetarian and gluten free option available.
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202 Main Street, Montville Q 4560
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Gourmet Pizza, Pasta & Salads. Open for lunch and dinner, 7 days. Dine in or takeaway. Licensed and BYO.
Drop into Mapleton for delicious Fish and Chips. Freshly prepared to order, we offer fish & chips and burgers, in a relaxed café setting overlooking the Lilyponds park. Lunch and Dinner, BYO, dine in or take away.
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38 Kondalilla Rd, Montville Q 4560
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Quality handmade Chocolates and Patisseries, great Coffee and one of the best views around. Celebration cakes made to order.
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Fabulous teahouse, interiors & gift store overlooking the Kondalilla falls. Delish breakfast. Light lunches. Home baked goodies. Limited seating. Small functions welcome. Bridal and Baby Showers a must.
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Open: Tue to Sun: 9.00am – 4.00pm Every 1st & 3rd Mon Night - Steak & Ribs Night Experience excellence in food at prices that won’t send you broke. Whether you choose a relaxed breakfast, al fresco lunch on the terrace, a High Tea on the veranda or dine within our restaurant we can ensure you quality throughout, freshly prepared by our team of experienced chefs.
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249 Western Ave, Montville Q 4560
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French Dinning at its best. A la carte lunch and dinner, french wine and beer on tap. Ask about our House Special – 3 course set menu for $35.
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16/18 Queen St, Nambour Q 4560
1 Koorawatha Lane, Palmwoods Q
07 5441 3510
07 5445 9882
Mon to Fri: 8.00am – 3.30pm Sat: 8.00am – 2.00pm
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Beerwah Hotel Bar & Bistro is an iconic, family owned hotel with an enviable reputation for its great food, magnificent atmosphere & quality entertainment. Home of Country music, featuring Country bands on the second Saturday of every month. Dining areas inside or outside, kids play area.
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S WELL AS OUR vibrant Food Drink Dine pages you see each month in your edition of the Hinterland Times, you can also read it online. Your Eating Out Guide for the Sunshine Coast Hinterland includes 17 different cafes, restaurants and providers of delicious local produce. Whether you are after an Indian curry, German schnitzel, seafood platter, scrumptious breakfasts or a counter dinner you’ll find it here. It even includes a vineyard, fromagerie and handmade chocolates! There’s more to discover in the online booklet where you will find out about each establishment, and see more beautiful images. The Sunshine Coast Hinterland Gallery Trail is also online as well! So no matter where you are you can plan your culinary and artistic adventure in the Hinterland. Also available on any device - from tablet to iphone! You can easily choose your favourite restaurant and pair with a nearby gallery, whilst you are touring. You will find maps in each booklet and you can click through to each business website. Advertising Sales Rep, Karen Muir, said, “Our new look booklets are part of our packaged advertising offered to food and/ or gallery advertisers.”
The booklets are available for viewing all month on the popular HT website, as well as shared regularly through a link on FB. “We are spoilt for choice here on the Hinterland, and the HT works hard to promote to locals and show tourists what amazing options we have,” said Karen. Karen is happy to discuss how your business can be a part of these booklets just call her on 0414 432 423. To see the booklets, click on the icons on our website!
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Music in the Forest, Chicks in the Sticks & Maleny Rangers Trivia
Above: The fundraising trivia night will benefit Maleny Rangers FC members, from mini roos to competitive teams
Above: With a variety of live instrumental and vocal performances in an open forest setting, everyone enjoyed drinks and savouries at interval
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Above left: Long time local Bellthorpians Andrew and Debbie Suttman made their way to Music in the Forest at Bellthorpe Left: Locals Jill and Laurelin Below: Barry Wilson, Merryn Draper from Brisbane and Elizabeth Khalu from Bellthorpe, meet up to watch the show together
Above: Organiser Mary Sullivan, host Ian Dicko Dickson, Club President Mark Ramke and Question Master from Beegees FC, Trevor Pringle were delighted with the huge amount raised - $4000! Image Karen Muir
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Right: Team "We are the Bestest" looked like they had fun at the Maleny Rangers FC Trivia Night 2016 Image Karen Muir Getting dressed up in your high tea finery, nibbling on delicious treats, sipping tea, being delighted by the latest fashions and taking part in auctions and multidraws are part of a wonderful afternoon raising funds for breast cancer research at Chicks in Sticks, Yabbaloumba Retreat, Kenilworth
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Nourishing our next generation Chloe Dyce grew up on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland on a small property with horses, and attended Woombye Primary School. These days she is a nutritionist with QCWA Country Kitchens, working on food education, improving peopleâ€™s health and even creating cookbooks!
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How did it all begin? I completed an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences at the University of Queensland, followed by a Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics Studies in 2012. Did you ever think you would be working with the QCWA? I have been working as an APD (accredited practising dietician) for three years across a number of different areas both within Queensland and internationally. Although, I never expected to be working with QCWA (Queensland Country Womenâ€™s Association) it has been a wonderful opportunity to work with an organisation that provide such critical services to communities across the state. How did your career progress to working with the community? I began by working as research officer before I moved to Cape York and was the dietitian at the Cooktown Multi-Purpose Health Service. It was this experience that cemented my passion for public health nutrition and working with communities. I then seized an opportunity to work in Papua New Guinea. What were your other roles after uni? Working and living in PNG for 18 months was my most challenging and rewarding role to date and inspired me to return to Australia to complete an Executive Masters of Business Administration. I aim to graduate at the end of 2017 and I hope to forge a meaningful career within health care reform and service development. How do your days vary? In my current role I am very lucky - no day is the same! We, the QCWA Country Kitchens team, can be found in the office developing nutrition education resources, planning for the cookbooks, building marketing tools, updating our social media platforms or we are out on the road engaging with the QCWA branches and their local communities. What is your catchment area? The programâ€™s catchment area extends across the state of Queensland where there are active QCWA branches. What do you love about this project? What I love most is the shared learning experience and community service skills, which help improve the health of Queenslanders.
I have learnt so much and we are very proud to see the public engaging with the local branches, expanding their cooking skills and understanding the important role of nutrition in health. Why do you choose to commute from Palmwoods to work? After living away from the Coast for many years, when my husband and I returned from PNG, we knew we wanted to be based at â€˜homeâ€™. I choose to take the train into the city each day for work and I almost always use this time productively, and catch up on reading and assignments for my degree. You canâ€™t beat the lifestyle that the Sunshine Coast offers. What are your memories of growing up in the Hinterland? Some of my fondest memories are growing up in Palmwoods; something that stands out is riding an hour to and from Pony Club every Sunday with my sisters. Our family could not afford a horse float at the time and we would ride through peopleâ€™s properties and local streets to reach the Pony Club. I guess this experience has instilled in me that with commitment and drive you can overcome many hurdles. I am driven by a passion for community development and preventative health, so taking the opportunity to work with the QCWA was a perfect fit.
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Above: The winner scooped some of the $9,000 in prizes Spicers Tamarind first prize was awarded to 'Love Birds' by Miles Allen - visitors Inidca and Braydie from Canberra send a message of love onto the blue
Above: Grace and Grahame from Nerangba contemplate the highly commended Future Imperative 1 by Jane Nicol
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Right: The organiser noted attendance is growing every year, and five artworks were sold, here's Brian and Rita Emmerton of Maleny appreciating A balancing act by Mary Bulloch
Sculpture on the Edge a success
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DEFAMATION - BEWARE Defamation concerns the public communication of words, gestures, images or acts that are likely to lower the esteem of the person to whom such communication is targeted. The Queensland Defamation Act of 2005 applies to defamatory information published on or after 1 January 2006. For a message to be defamatory it must be communicated in some way and the Act has defined such methods of communicating as: •
an article, report, advertisement etc. communicated by a newspaper, magazine or other periodical;
a program, report, advertisement etc. communicated by television, radio, internet or other forms of electronic communication;
a letter, note or other writing;
a picture, gesture or verbal utterance; and
any other material or means by which something may be communicated to a person.
The message is deemed to be defamatory if it:
Above left: Elvis by Noel Carroll won third prize - sponsored by Illume Creations and Montville Chamber of Commerce, and the popular bird also scored Maleny Commerce People's Choice Award Image Yanni van Zijl
lowers the concerned person’s reputation;
leads others to think less of that person;
makes others shun or avoid that person; and
cause others to ridicule, hate or despise them.
There are several distinct defences to an action for defamation which are all noted in the Act and some of these are: •
JUSTIFICATION – the truth alone is the defence here;
ABSOLUTE PRIVILEGE – this defence is available when one can prove that the document was published on an occasion of absolute privilege such as parliamentary matters and publications;
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS – this defence is available if the publication is from a public document and the information was published honestly for the advancement of education or for informing the public ;
QUALIFIED PRIVILEGE – if the recipient of the defamatory matter has an interest in the information contained in the publication such as a scenario where the information was published in the course of giving that information to that person;
HONEST OPINION – if the publication expresses an opinion that is honestly held by the author as opposed to a statement of fact and the opinion was based on proper material that is substantially true;
TRIVIALITY – where the aggrieved person is unlikely to suffer any harm.
Above right: Yanni van Zijl won Bassett Barks Second Prize for her creation entitled The Point Is….
Right: Future Imperative 2 by Jane Nicol was highly commended, also Highly Commended was Copperhead by Rod Hammond, Two in a groove by Sonya Moran, The Secret by Mela Cooke, The Remembering by Tina Cooper, The Food Chain – a delicate balance by Sophy Blake and Wedgies Mobile Home by Richard Eggleston Image FYRE Photography
It is also worth noting that an apology made to an aggrieved person will not constitute an admission of fault or liability.
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New lawyer in town likes to reduce stress
Maleny Commerce give thousands to the community - now the group turn 30!
A birthday party for Maleny Commerce
ALENY CHAMBER of Commerce celebrates an amazing milestone this year. For 30 years the organisation has been supporting the local business community. Formed in 1986, the vision for Maleny Commerce has been to promote and assist the business sector of Maleny and district, and in particular our members, by providing an effective support mechanism in all aspects of business activity. Spencer Shaw, current President of Maleny Commerce, explained â€œMaleny Commerce is an integral part of the local community, providing a reference point to those who are currently involved in business or are looking to establish or relocate their business to Maleny and district. â€œIt is a valuable conduit to professional
development, networking opportunities and other avenues of assistance, as well as providing a strong voice to all levels of Government regarding the views of the local business community.â€? The 30th Birthday celebration will take place on Thursday, November 24 at Pomodoras on Obi. All current and past members, committee members, previous Presidents and guests are invited to enjoy this opportunity to come together, celebrate and recount some of Commerceâ€™s history and Maleny achievements. â€œThis exciting birthday party will be like our breakfast meetings â€“ full of laughter, community connections and celebrations of this amazing place we live and do business in,â€? said Spencer.
Bookings essential, $35/person for a delicious three-course meal. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at http://www.malenycommerce.org.au/events/30th-anniversary-dinner-2/
Introducing the new owners of Baker Robinson Lawyers â€“ Steve and Stacey Robinson with children from left, Nick, Ben, Tim and Amelia
TEVE ROBINSON is the new owner of Baker Robinson Lawyers at Maleny (previously Bakers Lawyers). Solicitor Mary McIver, and paralegal Leanne Swan, will be staying with the firm and showing Steve and his wife Stacey the ropes! Steve has been practicing as a lawyer for over 15 years. "I love the areas of law I practice in and especially enjoy problem-solving clients' issues and concerns," says Steve. In 2000 Steve married Stacey and they relocated to the Sunshine Coast. "We honeymooned 16 years ago in Montville, so we are excited to work together in our new business here in the Hinterland," Steve smiles. The couple are kept very busy with their four children, ranging from 6 to 13 years old, and enjoy all spending time together, be it at the beach or trekking through the many beautiful parts of the region. Steve and Stacey are now looking forward to getting to know people on the range. "People can be put off by lawyers. But I am really keen to get to know everyone and their various situations so I can offer help when it's needed,â€? Steve shares. â€œFor example, when someone sells a house, it can be stressful, so I like to remove that worry, take it on and make it a pleasant experience for them.â€? Music to any seller or buyerâ€™s ears!
LUCKY SHOPPER Fill in an entry form for a chance to win a share of the 1,000s of dollars worth of vouchers when you spend $25 or more in a single transaction at participating businesses in Montville, Mapleton & Flaxton. Valid 2 November â€“ 21 December, 2016
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Injuries stump charity cricket A
FTER A SPATE OF injuries at Maleny’s Annual Charity Cricket Match last month, Celebrity Eleven captain, Andrew Powell MP admits it was far from ideal. "There was a hamstring, a groin, and a lot of old men feeling sore and sorry for themselves the next day," Captain Powell said. And for what? The Golden Thong Trophy is back in the hands of Captain Simon Denver’s Maleny Maulers, after only one year in the ownership of the Celebrity Eleven. "The writing was on the wall early, we lacked the batting quality we sought in our previous team. "Too many wickets, not enough runs, and when the first six from the Maleny Maulers went sailing over the top of the boundary to crash into the Lung Foundation Chris Emery's car, we knew it was all over," sighed the captain. At least the day raised over $1500 for Lung Foundation Australia (lungfoundation.com.au) in memory and support of Maleny's Dr Peter Oliver and his wife Ann, who both died of lung cancer. Neither smoked a cigarette. The charity match is the longest running LFA campaign, not only raising money for fighting the disease, but also removing the stigma attached to one of Australia’s biggest killers. Unfortunately over the years, the mostly older cricketers have succumbed to a variety of damaged bodily parts, some even requiring time off work! "As a joke I mentioned to my opposing captain, who might I add didn't set foot on the field this year, 'maybe we should try charity golf next year?' " said Andrew.
The suggestion was met with 'exuberance' from Captain Denver, however Andrew cautioned, "My team are still seeking revenge, so the jury is out on what format the sporting endeavour will take next year.” If you have a suggestion on which sport it should be for 2017, send an email to: email@example.com
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ALENY ARTS COUNCIL will launch their 2017 program at 2pm on Sunday, December 4 at the Maleny Community Centre and everyone is invited. President Jennifer Radbourne said the Christmas launch party is their way of thanking members and friends who have enjoyed the shows in 2016. “The bar will be open and we will have finger food for a truly festive occasion. We are excited to present the new
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program for 2017 that has been carefully chosen by our program director, Peter Lavery, and artistic advisor, Christopher Ross-Smith,” said Professor Radbourne. In reviewing the 2016 program, Professor Lavery said he was especially heartened by the success of the play Motherland. “We like to introduce some live theatre to our programs as we do not often get the chance to see professional theatre on the Range. For people who find it difficult to drive down to Brisbane this is important to us, and the success of this new and somewhat controversial play was a tribute to that.” The group have also presented the John Coulton Brass Quintet, the Queensland Chamber Orchestra, Camerata of St John, internationally acclaimed and hilarious Groucho and the ever popular Melissa Western. “We have another year of five excellent professional presentations for our audiences, starting on March 23. We are keeping the details under wraps, but can promise a dramatic theatre piece and music from opera to rock. So come along on and celebrate with us,” Peter Lavery said.
MAC artistic consultant Chris Ross-Smith at the traditional ‘meet the artist’ drinks on the deck with Frank Ferrante as Groucho
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AVE YOU EVER wondered what brought the first European settlers to this part of the coast? Did you know the Landsborough Pub was left behind when the town moved to follow the railway line? Can you guess how was it moved to chase the town? Did you know Beerburrum was the largest Soldier Settlement Scheme in Australia after World War I? Do you know who the first known European was to explore the Glasshouse Mountains? Do you know the story behind the newly-constructed chapel in Montville? All these questions and more can be answered in a new book that celebrates the Sunshine Coast. August 2017 will be the official 50th anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast, so what better time to share the warmth and brightness of this special part of Australia.
Wedding Venues Pomodoras on Obi A complete package of “real” food, boutique beverages, unspoilt water and treetop views, award winning local bridal services & luxury onsite cabin accommodation. “Escape to the mountains and discover the magic.” One stop wedding destination in the heart of Maleny. phone: (07) 5429 6543 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.pomodoras.com.au
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Anne Moorhouse says her new book My Sunshine Coast includes communities of Maleny and Landsborough
My Sunshine Coast provides a personal look at a unique area of South East Queensland. Author Anne Moorhouse explores a diversity of locations, and introduces some of the people who contribute to the coast’s appeal. This book journeys through the history of the Sunshine Coast: the early years, when Aborigines were the traditional owners of the land; the early days of white settlement, when the wealth of precious timber was found; and finally, the modern day growth and developments. Today, the coast’s lifestyle continues to be popular with those who long for a sea-change from life in the cities. Anne shares stories from residents, regular visitors, and community members, whose dedication to the coast has contributed greatly to a way of life that is the envy of many. Wherever you are on the Sunshine Coast, be it at one of the numerous beaches, in the cooler air of the Hinterland, or walking through one of the various national parks, you are never far from the peace and tranquillity of nature. The many colourful photographs complement the stories that are told and replicate the vibrant colours of the coast— the sapphire sea, the golden beaches, and the azure sky. This book is not meant to be simply a tourist guide, but rather a book that visitors to the Sunshine Coast can take home to remind them of their captivating visit; a book to give to friends as an introduction to the coast. My Sunshine Coast will take the reader on a journey through a place of scenic beauty and introduce them to some of the people who have made the Sunshine Coast the exceptional place it is today. Find it at Rosetta Books, Maple Street, Maleny.
The Birdman’s Wife
The Hidden Life of Trees
by Peter Wohlleben
by Torben Kuhlmann
Inspired by a letter found tucked inside her famous husband’s papers, The Birdman’s Wife imagines the fascinating inner life of Elizabeth Gould, who was so much more than just the woman behind the man. Elizabeth was a woman ahead of her time, juggling the demands of her artistic life with her roles as wife, lover and helper to a passionate and demanding genius, and as a devoted mother who gave birth to eight children. In a society obsessed with natural history and the discovery of new species, the birdman’s wife was at its glittering epicentre. Her artistry breathed life into hundreds of exotic finds, from her husband’s celebrated collections to Charles Darwin’s famous Galapagos finches. From a naïve and unsure young girl to a bold adventurer determined to find her own voice and place in the world, The Birdman’s Wife paints an indelible portrait of an extraordinary woman overlooked by history, until now.
In The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben shares his deep love of woods and forests and explains the amazing processes of life, death, and regeneration he has observed in the woodland and the amazing scientific processes behind the wonders of which we are blissfully unaware. Like the fact that, when it comes to deciduous trees “the timing of the leaf drop, it seems, really is question of character.” Drawing on ground-breaking new discoveries, Wohlleben presents the science behind the secret and previously unknown life of trees and their communication abilities; he describes how these discoveries have informed his own practices in the forest around him. As he says, a happy forest is a healthy forest, and he believes that eco-friendly practices not only are economically sustainable but also benefit the health of our planet and the mental and physical health of all who live on Earth.
On the heels of Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse comes Armstrong: A Mouse on the Moon where dreams are determined only by the size of your imagination and the biggest innovators are the smallest of all. Armstrong is a little mouse who wanted to show the rest of the mice that the moon wasn't a ball of cheese. He works untiringly to understand the concepts involved in space travel, and how to create a safe rocket ship to help him arrive at his destination. Despite the obstacles, Armstrong never gives up, until his dream comes true. Full of detailed and expressive illustrations form the incredibly talented Torben Kuhlmann, Armstrong is sure to delight both young and old alike.
HE ECONOMIC THEORY known as supply side is better known as trickle down, because it goes something like this. You give large sums of money to those who already have it, because they know the best way to handle it – they will invest it rather than simply trouser the loot. As a result, the benefits trickle down to the rest of the community in the form of more jobs, better productivity and higher wages and conditions. And there may even be a few drops left for those at the very bottom: everyone benefits. The problem is that even if this happy formula works (and history has shown that it seldom does) it is manifestly unfair: the bulk of the cash splash is retained at the top and the rest of the hierarchy scramble to soak up as much of the rest as possible. As a result there is very little left at the bottom, so inequality increases. But the good news is that the economy gets an immediate sugar hit, which delights the bean counters and the politicians who need as many favourable headlines as possible before the next election. For this reason, perhaps, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison embraced the idea of trickle down at the last budget: they offered mammoth, progressive tax cuts to the corporate sector and very little for anyone else. In theory, this would boost jobs and growth, and although the initial cost to revenue would be considerable, in the end the dividends would drive down the deficit and we would all live happily ever after. Of course some of us would live more happily than others, but that’s the way it goes. Unfortunately the voters did not buy it: understandably, they were deeply suspicious of the idea that the moguls would behave in such a far-sighted and even altruistic manner as the theory suggested. Their belief was that most would simply spend the funds on themselves and their lucky shareholders and would tell their customers to suck it up, as, unfortunately, has all too often been their wont. And importantly, the punters wanted their slice of the money now, not in some dim and improbable future. So many of them locked in a more convincing trickle
IN BRIEF: Do you experience facial pain? You are not alone; the Sunshine Coast Trigeminal Neuralgia Support group may be able to help you. Our next meeting is on Saturday November 19, from 1pm at the Kawana Library meeting room, Nanyima Street, Buddina (entrance at rear). Keep up to date with information to help you manage your wellbeing. Please join us for coffee and meet new friends.
down theory of their own: the trickling down of Malcolm Turnbull’s approval rating. Interestingly, political trickle down has a lot in common with economic trickle down: the big hit starts right at the top. The Prime Minister has suffered an immediate and potentially catastrophic fall in the polls, collapsing even below the level maintained by Tony Abbott before the leadership coup of last year. According to Newspoll, Turnbull’s disapproval is considerably worse than that of Bill Shorten, and although he is still leading Shorten as preferred Prime Minister, the gap is rapidly closing. But so far, to the relief of his colleagues, his government is still clinging on. It is behind the opposition by four points in the two party preferred vote, and its primary vote is now under 40 per cent, but the public disillusionment with Turnbull himself has not yet filtered through to the party – well, not yet. And that, Turnbull might well feel, is clearly unjust. After all, not all the stuff-ups have been his fault; there should be plenty of his dysfunctional crew to share the blame. Morrison, Christopher Pyne, Michael Keenan, Peter Dutton, Kelly O’Dwyer, George Brandis, George Christensen, the gone but not forgotten Eric Abetz and of course and always Tony Abbott – there are any number of potential punching bags. The buck might stop with him, but surely if the something is hitting the fan, some of it should land on his colleagues. The problem is that he can’t afford to say so; if he did, they might turn on him and make things even more difficult. So he will just have to wear it and accept the melancholy fact that, just as was the case with Abbott, he is the one risking dragging down his government to the point where the slide becomes irredeemable: the point where someone – anyone – is desperate enough to provoke a crisis. Fortunately, this is still a fair distance away, if only because there is no real alternative. The appetite for a return to Abbott is confined to the lunar right and no other contenders are even in the picture. So Turnbull will continue to stumble on, flinging bandaids, nostrums and placebos in the hope that one of them will strike a chord with a seriously disengaged electorate.
As this will be the last meeting for 2016 we will be having an afternoon tea so please bring a plate to share. Call Nora for further information: 0418 495 776.
Beerwah women consider your breast health Beerwah women, keep abreast of your health! Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service is urging Beerwah women to think about their breast health each and every month, and make a breast screen appointment. The BreastScreen Queensland mobile van will be next to the Beerwah Community Hall on Peachester Road until November 17.
Typical was last week’s speech by Morrison on housing affordability, in which the only remedy he could propose that was the states should release more residential land to developers. He had no ideas of his own: any suggestions that the Commonwealth should be involved through fixing the tax regime had already been discounted as part of the election jihad on Shorten and his package of negative gearing and capital gains reform. And even if the states were inclined to co-operate – and there is very little evidence of that – simply allowing more development is not the point. It is highly unlikely to appeal to first home buyers, who do not want more out of town properties with no amenities or transport that they actually need, even if they could afford them. Most of the time they can’t, because they would be outbid by investors who have absolutely no interest in actually living in the apartment blocks they own: they are far more concerned with moving into harbourside mansions in the manner of Malcolm Turnbull. And now our preposterous Attorney-General, George Brandis, has announced yet another inquiry into Aboriginal custody – a brainstorm that even Turnbull’s own Indigenous Council Chairman, Warren Mundine, denounces. Turnbull and his ministers are more interested in generating headlines, however ephemeral, than in outcomes: as long as they are busy, as long as they are seen to be doing something, this is sufficient – at least for the moment. And when, and if, they actually get legislation through the senate, it will be spun as a triumph, in spite of the fact that it will either be unpopular with some sections of the public (like cutting parental leave schemes) or irrelevant to the vast bulk of them (like reinstating the Building and Construction Commission). In the end they are concerned not with the quality of the government, but with the quantity of the media it can generate. Their only hope is not that they will make a major breakthrough, but that eventually, if they pile it on hard enough, something will trickle down. The views expressed in Mungo's column are his and not necessarily the views of the HT team.
So you think you can recycle? Sunshine Coast residents successfully diverted 101,296 tonnes from landfill in 2015/2016 with 39% of all waste generated recycled. While this is a great effort, together we can do even better. Planet Ark’s National Recycling Week (November 7–13) highlights the many opportunities for improvements in waste reduction and recycling for Sunshine Coast residents. Cr Jenny McKay said Sunshine Coast Council was helping educate residents by holding a free Recycle Right Open Day on November 12, 9.30-11.30am at the Waste2Resource Education Centre where everything there was to know about recycling would be revealed.
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Lasting Impressions Gallery 6 Elizabeth Street KENILWORTH
Ph: 5446 0422 lastingimpressionsgallery.net OPEN Tue - Sun: 10:00-4:30 CLOSED Mondays
Based in the tranquil Sunshine Coast hinterland town of Kenilworth, Lasting Impressions Gallery has, over a period of more than two decades, established a reputation as one of the region’s leading art galleries. In addition to quality paintings, the Gallery also features a number of renowned hot-glass artists.
Illume Creations Shop 4 Mayfield 127-133 Main Street MONTVILLE Ph: 5478 5440 illumecreations.com.au
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Come and escape to the lush hills and breathe in the fresh energy of Tina Cooper’s vibrant hand blown glass art! Illume Creations has the largest, most extensive range of this Montville hot glass artist’s work.
Shops 3 & 4 1 Post Office Road MAPLETON Ph: 0414 782 079 artantiquesantlers.com.au OPEN Wed - Sun: 10:00 - 2:00 By appointment 0414 782 079
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The Exquisite Decorator Boutique for “Her Exclusive Parlour & His Exotic Man Cave”. An exquisite array of Art, Antiques & Antlers sold ‘as is’ to retain their natural beauty. We support local artists & host regular exhibitions. Montville Showroom open during October, Friday and Sunday afternoon 4-6pm by Appointment.
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Montville Art Gallery A Passion Shared - Ron Cameron and Ken Wenzel Meet the artists of the month: 10am-3pm, Nov 13 Arts Connect Inc. Open Studios November 26-27 For more information about Galleries on the Hinterland go to www.hinterlandtimes.com.au and open the “Sunshine Coast Gallery Trail Booklet”
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Secrets on the Lake Art Gallery 207 Narrows Road MONTVILLE
Ph: 5478 5888 secretsonthelake.com.au
OPEN Tue - Sun: 9:00 - 4:00
Showcasing carved Red Cedar sculptures, furniture & doors by renowned timber artist, Jack Wilms. We are restocked and open to the public again after being closed for some time while Jack completed the beautiful Tree of Life doors, the pews, the alter & ceiling decoration at The Chapel in Montville. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Personally selected local artists and artisans exhibit in a unique art space which is a work of art in itself. Enjoy a cup of coffee or lunch in our café then browse the gallery, featuring Lindsay Muir, Siggi Cairns, Heather Jones, Peta Boyce, and more.
Forest Art Collective 20 Coral Street, MALENY
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Art on Cairncross 3 Panorama Place Cairncross Corner MALENY
Ph: 5429 6404 artoncairncross.com.au OPEN Tues - Sun: 10:00 - 5:00
Forest Art Collective is a network of creative nature lovers, educators & artists striving to engage community in the appreciation of our natural environment through innovative, collaborative, experimental & traditional art forms. This unique gallery offers an opportunity to chat to local artists as they work & become involved in regular community creative sharing.
Rick Everingham Studio/Gallery 26 Thynne Court MALENY Ph: 07 5435 2323 Mob: 0488 594 616 firstname.lastname@example.org rickeveringham.com.au OPEN By Appointment Please call beforehand to avoid disappointment
Set in the original stables of the old Thynne property, one of the original pioneering families of the Maleny region, this is the private art gallery of renowned Queensland artist Rick Everingham. The gallery presents a continually changing exhibition of Rick’s current paintings, limited edition prints, and sculptures.
The gallery displays an array of fine art by leading and emerging artists from the region and throughout Australia. Paintings and drawings are complemented by exquisite porcelain, hand-blown glass, bronze sculpture, ceramics and unique leather mask sculptures.
12 The Garden
Wander down the garden path through The Gardens nursery to discover ‘The Garden Haus Gallery’ LOCATED AT exhibiting local artists The Garden Maleny changing regularly.
38b Coral Street (Corner Coral & Myrtle Streets)
34 Mountain View Rd Ask us about our MALENY upcoming art workshops. PH: 5499 9928 www.thegardenmaleny. com.au
Ph: 5494 2100 holdensgallery.com.au OPEN Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 4:00 Sat: 10:00 - 1:00
OPEN Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 4:30 Sat & Sun: 8:00 - 4:30
You will love this iconic c. 1907 building stocked brim full of art supplies for the most discerning artists. Also, unusual handmade gifts, jewellery, art, prints and tasteful home decor items. And, an in-house picture framing service provided by experienced professionals.
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Shop 2/30 Maple Street MALENY Ph: 0413 885 220 email@example.com malenyartdirect.com.au
Showcasing fine artworks by Local Artists based in Maleny, in a welcoming, non threatening creative inspiring environment. Artists currently exhibiting, Lindsay Muir, Gary Myers, Jane Nicol, Janna Pameijar, David Bongiorno, Jen Banks, David Miller, Barbara Nye, Rachel Fentiman, Heather Jones and John Morrison.
Art and Forest Art Wellbeing Collective
Traditional & 20 Coral Street, Contemporary Maori Art, Workshops & MALENY Retreats
Ph: Ph: 0427 0450 607 521 628 136 firstname.lastname@example.org artandwellbeing.com.au email@example.com OPEN Tue to Sun: 10:00-2:00
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OPEN STUDIO TRAILS
the last weekend of every month (why not download the map from ACI web site and take a weekend drive through the Hinterland visiting artists in their studios and learn a little about their creative worlds)
2016 SCULPTURE ON THE EDGE
image by Judi Parkinson
7-23 October set in the gardens of Spicers Tamarind Retreat since 2011 (Spicers Sculpture Award)
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MAL E NY HA S A NEW
art gallery! Feature Artist Montville Art Gallery November 2016
A Passion Shared
Ron Cameron and Ken Wenzel
ON CAMeRON AND KeN WeNzeL are both talented, self-taught artists who are passionate about the Australian Landscape. Both began painting at a very young age and both have won numerous awards. “The first major boost to my confidence was winning the “People’s Choice Award” at the Moomba Arts Festival in Melbourne when I was still in my twenties”, Ron told us. “Then, the year I became a full time professional artist, I won the prize for the most popular painting in the Redcliff Art Show.” Ken was even younger than Ron when he experienced his first major accolades. “When I was fifteen, I won the Sunday Mail Art Competition. I also won first prize in the Royal National Art Show four years in succession.” Both artists agree that it gives them a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction painting the beautiful Australian Landscape. For their November show, Ron has produced paintings of the Flinders Ranges, Ormiston Gorge and Simpson Dessert whilst Ken has chosen to paint scenes from South east Queensland and northern New South Wales.
Montville Art Gallery
Meet and Greet If you would like to meet Ron and Ken they will both be at The Montville Art Gallery Sunday, November 13th from 10 to 3. If you are unable to visit the Gallery on that day, you can still see all of Ron and Ken’s paintings on the Gallery website www.montvilleartgallery.com.au The Montville Art Gallery is located at 138 Main St, Montville opposite the Village Green. It is open seven days a week from 10 to 5pm.
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OuSeD IN THe LITTLe red cottage, this is one with a difference. Known as Forest Art Collective, the gallery is an open community made up of local artists and craftspersons. Gallery Manager, Karen Shaw, said, “Our goal is to inspire community participation in arts by providing workshops, exhibitions and opportunity for the community to showcase their own works in the gallery, as well as offering a relaxing, creative and welcoming space where everyone can share, learn and be inspired”. Forest Art Collective operates as a working gallery – you can watch the artists and learn more about their media and techniques. Thursdays are Community Art Days where people are invited to drop in, have a cuppa and be nurtured in an artistic space. Artists provide informal exploration and tuition on a wide range of art experiences including paper making, drawing, printmaking and painting. Recently added to the gallery space is a Printmaking Studio. The group is very fortunate to have a large publicaccess printing press, available for use by local artists. Forest Art Collective holds monthly exhibitions in the Green Room – these are either solo exhibitions from members of the Collective or combined with other local artists or groups. Opening on Friday, November 4 is an exhibition called Heart Space by the gallery’s curator, Laura Vecmane. “This exhibition is all about my dreams, my hopes, my love. In Heart Space all is well. I like to be there. It is also deep and meaningful. It is very connected to nature,” explains Laura.
Artists Leeza Stratford, Laura Vecmane and Karen Shaw and seven other creatives are currently exhibiting at Forest Art Collective
Ron Cameron and
Ken Wenzel Artists of the Month for November 2016 138 Main Street, Montville Opposite the ‘Village Green’ Open daily: 10 - 5 Phone: 5442 9211 www.montvilleartgallery.com.au
Some of Belinda Stanton's work
The artists of the Collective showcase a wide range of work, including watercolour and oil painting, sculpture and ceramics, printmaking and illustration, jewellery and toy making. The seasonal Makers Markets is another way the Collective support other local art and crafts people. Find a unique handcrafted piece at the next Makers Market on Saturday, December 3. It will be the perfect place for Christmas gifts with a difference. “As part of our aim to foster artistic growth and collaboration in a creative and supportive space, we have a workshop schedule to encourage people to learn skills and techniques,” said Karen. “We have held workshops on watercolour painting, eco-dyeing, botanical illustration, weaving with natural materials, palm frond baskets and scraperboard. Next year we will have lots more for people to engage with.” Currently showcasing their work in the gallery is Laura Vecmane, Leeza Stratford, Karen Shaw, Kati Hidegh, Angel Goulter, Belinda Stanton, Kennedy Webb, Robyn Graham, Meighan Shaw and Leisa Gunton. Come and explore this exciting new gallery soon. Open Monday to Saturday 10am till 2pm. 20 Coral St, Maleny. Contact Karen on 0427 607 628 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find them on Instagram and Facebook!
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ake your home a Christmas treat for the senses with The Candle Shoppe Montville's large range of Christmas fragrant candles, diffusers and gift packs. This years range is inspired by Fresh pine needles, plum pudding, Cinnamon Spice and Festive Fruits to remind you of everything that's magical about Christmas. here are our Top 5 to have you all wrapped up for Christmas! 1. Glasshouse - night Before Christmas Scented Candle and Diffuser 2. Ecoya – Fresh pine needles Scented Candle (smells just like a real Christmas Tree!)
3. Montville Candle Co – Cinnamon Spice Scented Soy Candle 4. Glasshouse – White Christmas Scented Candle 5. WoodWick – holiday Baking Trilogy Candle (crackles just like a fire with a wooden wick)
Special “Glasshouse” Offer To celebrate the festive season, The Candle Shoppe Montville is offering 2 for $80.00 on the Glasshouse range (while stocks last). gift vouchers also available. please see in store for terms and conditions.
127 Main Street Montville
9 Unique Retail Shops & 2 Superb Restaurants • Open 7 Days
New breakfast menu at the Edge
pring haS Sprung and so has the new breakfast menu at The Edge restaurant Montville. Boasting fresh new dishes such as crepes with house made banana & coconut sorbet, with burnt pineapple, toasted pecan granola & ginger passion syrup.
group of family and friends to enjoy the new menu.
Or you may wish to try the stuffed mushrooms with pesto, layered with melted jarlsberg served on organic sourdough & rocket topped with chilli flakes. There is so much to choose from. This combined with the perfect coffee and perfect view overlooking the ocean & lush rolling hills of the Sunshine Coast ensures you are off to a great start for the day!
So why not treat yourself, that someone special or bring a
Breakfast is served from 8:30am – 10:30am, 7 days a week, except public holidays. View the full menu at www.theedgerestaurant.net.au/
The Edge restaurant caters for special occasion functions from 2 to 80 people! Vegetarian, gluten Free, Dairy Free meals are available. Book your Christmas function now to secure your date.
Mayfield Centre (top end of town) 127 Main Street Montville • Phone: 07 5442 9344 The Edge Restaurant is open 8:30am to 4pm and is fully Licensed
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The Edge Restaurant, Mayfield Galleries, The Candle Shoppe, Illume Creations, Girls Talk Fashion, Hill Top Toes, Goundrey Menswear, The A.N.T. Collection, Expressions Of Interest, Belle Beauty & Fragrance, Mayfield Patisserie & Chocolates
Community News Community News Community News Clubs - join the Aussie Day Expo
Celebrating 110 years!
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Are you a sporting or recreational club, service organisation or community group? If you are looking for new members or want to promote what you do, come to the information night for the fourth annual Hinterland Aussie Day expo. Get all the facts you need to showcase your club. Be treated to great tips on how to “sell yourself” to hinterland families. This evening would benefit club secretaries, presidents, social organisers, project committee members, interested community members… Find out what your club need to do to celebrate: ● What to bring - handouts, brochures, examples, displays ● When to set up, when to disperse ● Learn about who else is to be involved ● Meet with other clubs We look forward to sharing this information with you for a wonderful morning of celebration (including the Apex Big Breakfast, Flag Raising and New Citizenship ceremonies) on January 26, 2017. See you 5.30 for 6pm Thursday, November 4, Maleny Bowls Club. Any question call Rick Vickers, Chair Organising Committee: 5494 3555, 0408 663 842 or email: email@example.com
Rosa Mason Bruhn and William Dalzell were married in the DulongKureelpa School of Arts in 1907, one year after the official opening. The land was donated to the community in 1906. The opening took the form of a concert and dance celebrated on Friday, November 30 1906, attended by about 200 people from Montville, Mapleton, Nambour and Yandina. Gillian Hall from Dulong Futures said, “Sadly, the council sold this historic site about 16 years ago, now approved for residential development. My research indicates the School of Arts made a significant contribution to social life and was ahead of the times! “The School of Arts was built before Nambour had a hall. We hope to re-secure the site and remains for current and future generations of our communities.” To celebrate 110 years, you are invited to celebrate "On the Verge" at the School of Arts site and remains, Thrushs Road on Saturday, November 26, 10am to 12 noon. To find out more contact:firstname.lastname@example.org, community groups are very welcome to join in.
Vintage Calendar Girls are seeking models to pose for a Limited edition 2018, 1950s, Audrey Hepburninspired calendar. Have you been diagnosed with cancer, or an illness or have faced a health challenge? Do you live in the Hinterland or Sunshine Coast? Would you like to dress up? Have your hair and makeup done? Feel glamorous and sensational, while helping a great cause...? Then they want you! You must: 1. Be happy and cheerful! 2. Be available for weekday or weekend shoots. 3. Be willing to sell at least 10 calendars after the launch. 4. Be able to volunteer at least 15 hours to the charity during the year. 5. Have the commitment to attend at least two committee meetings during the year. AND FOR THe BIG ONe 6. Size and age don't matter - we want YOu. After a successful launch of the second edition 2017 calendar, the organisers plan to become a registered charity to support local families going through cancer treatment or offer them a weekend away while having treatment. Apply by Dec 16: email@example.com
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Beersheba Living Museum is keeping hisTory alive
by Gay Liddington
He OFFICIAL OPeNING of the Beersheba Living Museum, Maleny was held on Saturday, 29 October. The date chosen closely aligns with the 99-year anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba. The charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade etched itself in history when, at dusk on 31 October 1917, the brigade fought and broke through Turkish lines to secure the town of Beersheba. It is known as one of the last great cavalry charges. Gail Denver, Vice President of Maleny District Sport and Recreation Club (MDSRC) tells of their involvement in bringing the museum to fruition. “The MDSRC has been working on this since 2010. It has been a wonderful collaborative community effort involving RSL and service clubs, Light Horse troops and local community groups. It is wholly backed by Sunshine Coast Council. “The Beersheba Living Museum will keep alive the memory and sacrifice of the Light Horsemen that went to war. It will serve to Beersheba Living Museum opened last month
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Julie Lee, Jim Boyle, Helen Ainsworth of the 5th Light Horse Regiment, Gympie Troop
educate visitors, in particular school children, and preserve history. “Thousands of horses from Australia went to war and only one came back. It’s an extremely emotional story. “Also, the museum is an integral part of the Maleny Community Precinct and its future. It’s very visible, being on the walking trail. And so, when people are out walking they will be able to see the 5th Light Horse Regiment – Maleny Troop, when they are training and going through their exercises.” In speaking with Gail, I gleaned many layers that make up the Beersheba Living Museum. There’s a vandalised rock that was rescued from Howells Knob by Maleny Rotary Club and delivered onsite by council. It now takes pride of
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Above: Combined Light Horse Regiments Troops from Maleny, Woombye, Gympie and Brisbane
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place in front of the museum and displays a brass plaque. Gail adds, “Maleny Men’s Shed designed and crafted a hand-engraved plaque which is fixed above the door.” The Queensland Mounted Infantry Historical Troop Band preceded the entrance of Light Horse Regiments - Troops from Maleny, Woombye, Gympie and Brisbane. They combined to pay respect to our heroes. Those in attendance included representatives from Sunshine Coast Council and Caloundra, Maroochydore and Gympie RSL Clubs. Those whose ancestors fought in World War I and were Light Horsemen also witnessed this emotive and historic event. Beersheba Living Museum is on Parklands Drive (off Porters Lane) in North Maleny. http://www.lighthorse.org.au/resources/re-enactmentunits/the-5th-light-horse-regement-maleny-troop
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Beth Whan (daughter of WWI soldier), Avril Stewart (grandfather was a 5th Light Horseman), Shirley Larney (daughter of WWI soldier – 2nd Light Horse Regiment and Gallipoli veteran)
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Beersheba Living Museum records the history of the Light Horsemen
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C R E AT I V E C U T S Annie J & Fusion
Goodwills House Concert
The 7 Sopranos
Annie J & Fusion are a group of awesomely diverse musicians collaborating with an equally awesome chick, who writes some amazingly diverse original songs, mixing up funk, blues, rock and reggae into a unique dance groove we like to call FuSION . They are quickly becoming one of the ‘go to’ bands on the coast and were selected to play at Mitchell Creek Rock'n'Blues Festival in 2015 to an appreciative audience . This band creates a sound that is new, funky, danceable, singable and fun, to make you feel happy inside. enjoy their act at Finbars, from 8pm, Saturday 5.
Maleny goes to Neverland In early December Maleny's own bDifferent Dance Academy will present a fun and quirky makeover of J.M.Barrie's classic story, Peter Pan. bDifferent's principal, Lisa Gregor, and her team have just returned from a dance and culture tour through central europe, offering dance workshops and learning some traditional dance styles. This year's annual bDifferent show, titled Adventures in Neverland draws inspiration from this recent rich cultural experience. Performances are Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 December, 2pm at Maleny Community Centre. Tickets for sale online only via Trybooking www.trybooking.com/238123. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Credit Elouise van Riet-Gray
Granite Belt folk musicians and recording artists Penny Davies and Roger Ilott are guest performers at the Goodwills’ house concert in Maleny on Sunday, November 20. Penny and Roger’s long association with folklorist Bill Scott produced classic Australian folk songs such as Hey Rain! and Where the Cane Fires Burn. They developed a loyal following through airplay on ABC radio programme Australia all Over. The Goodwills (Bob and Laurel Wilson) will perform an opening set. The concert starts at 3pm, email Laurel email@example.com for bookings and directions. Tickets are $15/$12.
Australia’s most exciting operatic voices, The 7 Sopranos®, are set to wow regional Queensland with a tour this November. The 7 Sopranos will seduce listeners, using their versatile voices to tempt and intoxicate the senses with beautiful blended harmonies, incredible musicianship, and spinetingling arrangements from acclaimed composers such as Rodgers and Hammerstein, Gershwin, and Bernstein. Highlights for this concert will include arias from La Traviata, Carmen, La Boheme, Phantom of the Opera and of course the Toreador Song and Nessun Dorma – soprano style. November 18 – Montville Village Hall, tickets at www.the7sopranos.com or call 1300 762 545.
20 Hinterland artists in 'Connected' exhibition Twenty local artists have attempted to depict how inextricably we are connected to everything in the universe in a new exhibition, Connected, at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre running from October 28 - November 30. All artists have painted, drawn, moulded, printed, digitally designed and photographed their world in all its intricate and amazing connections. Meet the artists on a guided tour on Saturday, November 5 at 11am or join artists’ workshops. For further information contact the centre: 11A Maple Street, Cooroy. BFAC 5442 6665. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or artsconnectinc.com.au 36
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Music-lovers in the Hinterland region are in for a rare treat at the Martyn Wyndham-Read concert in the old Witta School Hall, near Maleny on November 12. Martyn’s amazingly beautiful voice and gentle, Milliganesque British humour will captivate the lucky audience. Don’t miss out - he toured the world for about 40 years. The wonderful harmonies of Jenny Fitzgibbon and Tommy Leonard will be the bonus support act. There will be a charity bar, tea and coffee. The concert begins at 6.30pm. Tickets $20/15, under 21s get $10 off bookings: 0457 968 863 or 07 5446 0309. Pay at the door.
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Balkan Dance Party
Craig Nankervis at Finbars Working as a solo vocalist/guitarist and songwriter since he was 15 years old, Craig Nankervis has performed around Australia. Craig plays a variety of classic hit from the 50s to present day. He also played double bass for Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, so he has a huge scope of music to draw from. He has worked with artists such as John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Kate Cebrano to mention a few. Craig continues to teach, conduct, compose, record and perform music. His original albums and singles are also available on itunes. See him at Finbars, from 7pm on Friday, November 25.
Jared Porter visits Beerwah Beerwah's got Country, so make the most of their November Triple Header: Route 33 on Friday 11, Simply Bushed on Saturday 12, with support act Mason Hope, and finish off the weekend with Jared Porter on Sunday 13. Porter first played in punk and alternative rock bands until he realised that it was country that was in his soul. Jared has toured with Australia’s biggest names in Country, recorded his debut album, played at all of the major festivals in Australia and even Nashville, and is recognized as one of Australia’s leading and most prominent songwriters. See Jared Porter and the great line up at Beerwah Hotel!
Join a special community event to launch the music documentary Ajde Da Igrame - Let's Dance!”. This film follows the tour of three vibrant Macedonian Romani bands who came to Maleny and Woodford Folk Festival during the summer of 2015/16. It takes place on Friday November 4, from 6 – 10pm at the Maleny Community Centre. Tickets: $20 / $15 (conc) or including DVD: $30 / $25 (conc) to book a ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ajdeda-igrame-film-launch-balkan-danceparty-tickets28176151628?aff=eivtefrnd Catering by the awesome local Spaghetti Junction crew, bar open from 6pm. The Balkanics - 7pm, films 7.30pm, The unusual Suspects - 8.30pm.
Adam Hole Band at Palmwoods
“Palmwoods and Beyond”
Australia’s hottest slide guitarist, Adam Hole, is one of the country’s most exciting live acts on the circuit today. experience his new three-piece band as they travel from the Gold Coast to Cairns. With Adam giving a real and raw gutsy sound with foot stomping grooves, the audience are captured straight away. His foot stomping, awesome slide guitar, driving and experimental rhythms have been wowing audiences all over Australia. He delivers songs with a powerful edge and an engaging stage chemistry that is captivating crowds from everywhere. On November 12 for "Palmwoods has got the blues" from 9pm-late.
In November, Flaxton Gardens’ Vineyard Restaurant will be exhibiting artwork by acclaimed artist, Meloney Steyl. This body of artwork was inspired by the environmental detail of the Palmwoods landscape, and carries broader scale metaphor – both natural and spiritual. Meloney is passionate about nature conservation and the family property in Palmwoods is registered with Land for Wildlife. She also served as a wildlife carer with Wildlife Volunteers Incorporated (Wilvo’s).
How about a Christmas Dance? Belli Hall's Christmas Dance is on Saturday, November 19, from 7.30pm. Join them for a fun night of old-time dancing, with live music by local Sunshine Swing band. Old-Time dances suit all ages and experience, with beginners welcome. They are alcohol free events, suitable for family groups. entry includes supper $14 adults, $5 students, children free. Raffle tickets at the door. Belli Hall is an alcoholfree venue located at 1170 Kenilworth Road, Belli Park. For information contact Margaret on 5447 0175 or visit www.bellihall.com. HINTeRLAND TIMeS – NOVeMBeR 2016
In the Wild Aussie Cuisine
What's in the Spotlight
T NeVeR FAILS to amaze me the generosity of the indigenous peoples of this land, who willingly shared and continue to share their knowledge and traditional resources with the strangers who came for dinner and decided stay... The first european arrivals however were often so hostile in their attitude to this new land that anything it offered would never be as good as what was brought from the old country or anywhere else for that matter. Which is a strange attitude, because indigenous people have lived on this continent, harvested and shared the wealth of the land for at least 60,000 years! It took horticulturalists in Hawaii to bring the first Australian native plant to the world stage and launch the Macadamia. Believe it or not, until relatively recently, most macadamia varieties grown here - where varieties bred in Hawaii! The bounty of this land is considerable, and often while on bush walks I will find numerous fruits and leaves to munch on. Familiar favourites include Native Raspberries, Native Ginger, the new shoots of Scrambling Lily, Midyim and Rainforest Spinach. If you are keen for a bit of protein perhaps, then termites can be a good snack and satisfyingly vengeful if you have a house that has suffered at the jaws of these little guys?
International Volunteers Day To say a big thank you to the Sunshine Coast’s invaluable volunteers Council is hosting a special brunch on International Volunteers Day. So if you volunteer to monitor manta rays, help the homeless and everything in between, come to Lake Kawana Community Centre from 10am to noon on Monday 5 December for a Christmas brunch and entertainment with friends. Visit Council’s website to RSVP.
So you think you can recycle? Many Sunshine Coast residents believe they’re recycling right, but mistakes are easy to make. This National Recycling Week, come along to Council’s Recycle Right Open Day at the Waste 2 Resource Education Centre, Nambour from 9.30 to 11.30am on November 12 for all you need to know to recycle right. Bookings via Council's website.
Kids in Action Conference 2017 Start your school’s journey towards the 2017 Sunshine Coast Kids in Action Conference — a fun program that gets young people thinking how to create a more sustainable future for our region. Visit Council’s website, tell us your school and your teacher's name and we’ll do the rest. Visit Council's Facebook page to see the fun at this year’s event.
Doggy do’s and doggy don’t Taking your dog for a walk, a run around the park or to the beach is a great way to keep your furry friend happy and healthy, but don’t forget that your dog must always be kept on a lead when in public. If you visit one of the 29 dog off leash areas across the Coast, be mindful that your dog must still be under effective control. And please, always pick up their poop and dispose of it responsibly.
Stand up, speak out and act Pledge to ‘stand up, speak out and act to prevent men's violence against women’ at a special White Ribbon Day event at 9.30am on Friday 25 November in the Nambour Chamber's forecourt. White Ribbon Day is part of the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to create a society where women and girls can live safely, without violence or abuse.
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Forest Heart Local Native Plant Nursery 20 Coral St, Maleny Phone: 5435 2193
Bush food must haves that you should plant in your yard include: Midyim (Austromyrtus dulcis) is a great low growing shrub/groundcover with attractive weeping foliage and tasty white berries, fresh from the bush – kids love them; Lillypilly’s (Syzygium spp.) are edible all edible, if you are hungry enough, but from our local ones the Riberry S. Luehmannii, is not only bountiful, but tastes good raw and even glaced in a sugar syrup; Davidson Plums (Davidsonia spp.) although not strictly local, are spectacular foliage specimens with their large leaves and large beautiful looking plum like fruit. However they are a tad sour, but nothing that a few spoons of sugar can’t fix to make a great jam or syrup; Plum Pine (Podocarpus elatus) also produce a juicy succulent, plum like fruit with a pleasant pine taste and again, fantastic for jams and syrups. Bunya (Araucaria bidwillii) is last but not least to be discussed. These are serious food producing trees. They have enabled great gatherings of indigenous peoples, from time immemorial - and we are only just beginning to get a ‘taste’ for what great adaptive tucker they can be. Bunya season is almost upon us so keep your eyes out for cones that get blown out of trees before Christmas as these are tender and succulent. In late January when the mature crop falls boil, bake, mash or grind - so many great ways to cook and prepare!
N GeNeRAL, RAINFALL registration is less for this time of year than has been recorded in the past, and it does appear to be increasingly difficult to base expectations on past history. There have been many minor rainfall events that have kept plants looking green, but few that have really replenished the soil moisture. The result of this has been very little run-off into the creeks and not much moisture that is readily available longer term to the vegetation. This scenario is often referred to as a green drought. Those heavily into revegetation have probably lost some trees. The common practice of aiming for moderately dense planting in the interest of early canopy closure is a good one, but there will be losses over time as trees grow, spread their roots more widely and compete for available soil moisture. Don’t be dis-heartened; this is natural thinning. It’s particularly disappointing to lose an old tree but, as in a natural forest,
other plants will fill the gap over time. Different soil types hold and release water at different rates but if it doesn’t rain, then it may be necessary to think even more carefully about plant choices and management.
Mulch is doubly important for retaining moisture around the root zone of young trees but the down side is likely to be a ‘bandicoot attack’. That moist soil is perfect for digging. They are one of our natural cultivators, even though we might often wish they would dig somewhere else. When it comes to plant choice, it’s always valuable to look at patches of bush in your own area and see how the local rainforest, eucalypt forest or other vegetation type is faring. How is the understory coping in dry times, is the foliage increasingly sparse on established trees? Trees will drop leaves to reduce moisture loss via transpiration. The vegetation itself can tell the observer quite a lot about what may be happening in the root zone. Ask Barung about plants suited to slightly drier areas as we adapt to changing conditions.
Barung native Plant nursery Phone 5494 3151
Porters Lane Nursery opening times: Wednesday - Friday - 9am -3pm, Saturday 9am - 12pm
Be a Healthy Sunshine Coast senior If you’re over 50, keen to improve your mental health and well-being, and connect socially then check out the special well-being program for seniors run by Council and the Queensland Mental Health Commission during November. Visit Council’s website for details and to register.
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Collaborate, connect and celebrate Be part of the free launch of Social Inclusion Week at Caloundra Community Centre on Wednesday 16 November from noon to 2pm. Social Inclusion Week, November 19 to 27, encourages communities to reconnect and be inclusive of all cultures, age groups, nationalities and the disadvantaged.
Council meetings Ordinary Meeting 9am 10 November, Caloundra 07 5475 7272 email@example.com
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The use of the appropriate fertiliser at the right time and correct rate of application is most important for optimal results. All fertilisers have analysis numbers on their packaging. example being, 15%N (nitrogen) 10%P (phosphorus), 12%K (potassium) and some may also contain a range of trace elements such as zinc, boron and manganese. In very simple terms, nitrogen promotes vegetative growth or top growth. Phosphorus aids in flower buds, fruit and root development and potassium builds
strong healthy plants. Plants that grow fast and vigorous such lawns in summer require a fertiliser with more nitrogen than the other two elements. During the slower growing periods of the year, plants use less nitrogen but are still working slow and steady at laying the foundation for the following years buds, flower and fruit production. A fertiliser with an analysis such as 7-25-7 which is high in phosphorus will therefore aid in abundant bud and flower production. Fertiliser could be also applied as a liquid foliar spray where the nutrients are absorbed by the leaves.
It is better to under fertilise than over fertilise. Be sure to read your product information and use the appropriate fertiliser for the particular plant! Happy gardening!
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From single use plastic to re-user revolution by Morag Gamble
O YOu ALSO FIND it absurd that half the world's plastics are used only once before ending up in landfill? Plastic never goes away - it just degrades into ever smaller particles. Did you know that apart from the small amount of plastic which has been incinerated, every piece of plastic which was ever produced still exists on earth somewhere, and in the first 10 years of this century MORe plastic was produced than the entire last century! The top four single use plastics of concern are plastic bags, plastic bottles, takeaway coffee cups and straws. Think about ways you can reduce the single use plastic in your life. Here are a few ideas: 1. PLASTIC BAGS: Carry cloth shopping bags. One million plastic bags are used every minute and can take 1000 years to disintegrate. Also, let your fruit and veg be free. You do not need to put them in the plastic bags provided on rolls. Take them loose to the checkout or use a paper bag if available. Why not make your own lightweight reusable fresh produce bags? Try also to avoid buying pre-wrapped fruits and vegetables.
2. PLASTIC BOTTLES: Carry your own water bottle with you and use tap water. Did you know that 100 million plastic water bottles are used every day. each year in Australia we spend over half a billion dollars on bottled water and recycle less than 40% of the bottles - an activity that creates 60,000 litres of greenhouse gas emissions. 3. COFFEE CUPS: Carry your own reusable coffee cup. Can you believe that globally we throw away 500 billion coffee cups a year after just one use? That's a million a minute - an estimated 1 billion in Australia alone. Coffee cups are estimated to be the second largest contributor to litter after plastic bottles. Most paper ones have a plastic lining and are therefore not recyclable. A better idea still is to slow down and have your coffee in a ceramic mug at a cafe … with a friend. 4. STRAWS: Be straw free. Over 500,000,000 plastic straws are made everyday. They are in the top 10 of plastic pollutants in our oceans. If you really like using straws, then try stainless steel straws, which are widely available. Let's abandon this throw-away culture and become part of the re-user revolution.
Harvest to table Morag Gamble is a passionate permaculture educator and designer. For over 20 years she has travelled the world teaching about and researching permaculture systems in 20 countries. Gain the confidence to create nourishing meals for family and friends with your abundant garden harvest. The workshop will also explore the different storing, preserving and drying techniques so you can maximise the benefits of your seasonal produce. The day will be a hands-on experience starting in the garden, learning about how and when to harvest, before moving into the kitchen to get creative and cook a meal with the collected produce. Held at Crystal Waters Eco-village 10am-3pm, November 12, the cost is $85 per person, and includes a delicious lunch prepared with local organic produce. Booking essential: ethosfoundation.org, Eventbrite or call 07 5494 4833.
Hinterland Annual Events January: Australia Day celebrations; Hinterland Wedding Summer Showcase; Maleny Film Festival; Yandina Ginger Flower and Food Festival February: Montville: Flame Hill Grape Stomp March: Kenilworth Cheese, Wine & Food Fest April: Anzac Day Services May: Maleny Wood expo; Cross Country: Maleny Community Precinct; Maleny Agricultural Show; Maleny Quota Quilt Show June: Gardening on the edge; Kenilworth Quilt & Craft Show; Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show; Village Wedding expo Montville July: Maleny's Celebration of Books; Muscle on the Mountain Day; QLD MX Nationals Motorcross: Conondale; Queensland Garden expo August: Maleny Music Weekend September: Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Fest; Kenilworth ArtFest; Kenilworth Show and Rodeo; Lions Welcome Dinner: Maleny October: Mountain View Challenge; Heart of Gold Film Fest: Gympie; Blackall 100, Mapleton November: Mary River Festival; Heritage Day Celebration Palmwoods; River School Spring Fest
ONTINuING THe THeMe of tree weeds from last edition, when we identified the Chinese elm, Celtis sinensis, as public enemy number one, I’ll give you a couple more of the top bad guys on my personal hit list. First is the Himalayan or Mountain or Evergreen Ash, Fraxinus grifithii. I can’t believe it is still available for sale in nurseries. Common names can once again prove to be confusing, with eucalyptus regnans, the world’s tallest flowering tree, native to Victoria and Tasmania, also called Mountain Ash.
The Mountain Ash I’m talking about spreads so prolifically it is frightening. I can see it becoming the next Privet. It should be flowering any time now with creamy white panicles covering the tree. Shoot on sight. Next is the Tabebuia from Central
America. There are two types on the Range, a yellow flowering and a pink flowering variety. every year they produce a stunning display on their deciduous branches which has just finished, and every year, even though I love endemic species so much, I’m tempted to plant one of these at home. Then I’ll visit a garden and see an infestation of their oﬀspring, years after the parent tree has been removed, and the sobering reality of this species’ weed potential shocks me back to my senses. Don’t be tempted by this vegetative Medusa.
December: Mary Valley Tomato Festival; Christmas celebrations; Woodford Folk Festival
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We love Witta Market! A
FTeR NINe YeARS, the Blackall Range Growers Market, otherwise known to locals as the Witta Market, has had a change of management. The new kids on the block are looking to increase the market’s profile for the benefit of both stallholders and market-goers. Farmers and local producers are supportive of moves to encourage more people to come and enjoy the ambience of the Old Witta School grounds, while purchasing organic and chemical free wholefoods, along with meeting friends and enjoying great local takeaway fare and coffee. The unique and picturesque environment is extraordinarily family and dog friendly, having tons of space for kids and pets to run around safely. Many markets can no longer accommodate fur kids and we are glad to provide a space for well-behaved paws. Shoppers can choose from a range of organic goods including meat; fresh fruit and vegetables; nuts, seeds and dried fruit. There are seedlings; exquisite cakes and treats;
beautifully made, chemical free preserves and butters, plants, mulch hay and fine massage (thanks Helena). There are cheeses and seafood, smoothies and honey, sweet pineapples and so much more. For breakfast choose from Jamie’s tasty pastries, Owen’s Indian experience and pulled pork or the market BBQ, which provides quality meals, cooked to order - all for reasonable prices. Our regular band plays well-known tunes in their own unique style and entertain young and old alike. The market is held on the third Saturday of every month 7.30am – midday. Next market is on Saturday, November 19. See you there!
Elijah and Zahara, Janey Deg and Azza Jensen stock up on their fresh produce at the Witta Market
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Hinterland Harvest Market A feast of Fresh Flavours, every Saturday 6am - 11am. Connecting real food with real people. Suncoast Church carpark, Kiel Mtn Rd, Woombye. Contact Helen Langlois 0416 217 093 www.hinterlandharvestmarket.com.au
Crystal Waters Market community-run, recycled/upcycled items, jewelry, organic veges, cakes, plants, honey, seedlings, soaps, hearty meals, light snacks, wood-fired sourdough bakery, great coﬀee, live music and a warm welcome. 5494 4590
Maleny Art, Craft and Collectables Market 8am-2pm, Maleny RSL Hall, open rain, hail or shine - quality second hand books, vintage, antiques, art, handmade gifts and more. 0448 423 919
Beerwah Tower Green Market 8am- 1pm Sample our artisan's hand baked, handmade, hand sewn and hand grown delights. Hosted by QCWA Beerwah Branch at Simpson Street, on lawns of CWA, onto Beerwah Tower Green. Ph: 0400 027 591
SeCOND SATuRDAY OF THe MONTH Montville Growers and Makers Market 7.30am-noon, Piping hot pancakes, buskers, genuine locally grown food, handmade craft, barista made coﬀee, under historic fig trees, profits maintain our Village Hall. 0407 656 726
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Witta Growers Market 7.30 - 12.00. Fresh local vegetables; local cheese, meat & eggs; preserves; quality organic nuts & seeds; seafood; seedlings & plants; great take-away & more! New stall-holders & all visitors welcome. Ph: 5435 8154.
Hinterland Accommodation Directory Montville, Flaxton & Mapleton The Narrows Escape Rainforest Retreat • 5478 5000 National & international award-winning 4.5 star hosted accommodation. Narrows Road. Airport transfers. www.narrowsescape.com.au Montville Country Cabins • 5442 9484 396 Western Ave, Montville Perfect for a relaxed & romantic escape. www.montvillecabins.com.au Secrets on the Lake • 5478 5888 Luxurious treehouse accommodation with spectacular views of Lake Baroon. Fireplaces, relaxing double spas, spoil someone specialperfect for your romantic getaway. Narrows Road, Montville www.secretsonthelake.com.au
Kondalilla Eco Resort • 5445 7650 TThis unique eco resort is located on the property adjacent to the magnificent Kondalilla National Park. The Resort boasts 23 fully self-contained Bush Cottages, Treehouses and Villas all nestled within the rainforest. Catering for couples, families, and groups. A resort where you can truly relax, recharge and experience nature. www.kondalillaecoresort.com Luxury English Manor In Flaxton – Flaxton Gardens • 5445 7450 A magnificent three storey manor with english style gardens, swimming pool, pool table and gazebo. Sleeps 16 and is ideal for family getaways. Fully equipped for selfcatering. Minimum 3 days stays.
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Artisan Spa Views • 5494 4222 Bed & Breakfast suites & self-contained penthouse. 475 Maleny-Kenilworth Road, Witta, Maleny. www.artisanspaviews.com.au
Pomodoras on Obi • 5429 6543 Offering Maleny’s first ever unique luxury cabin accommodation within walking distance to Maleny’s main Maple Street frontage. www.pomodoras.com.au
Hotel Maleny • 5494 2013 Overnight classic pub style accommodation in the heart of town. Offering several types of rooms to suit your needs. Fully self contained luxurious 4 bedroom house which sleeps up to 12 people also available. www.malenyhotel.com.au
Watson House • 5494 2984 Luxury accommodation for wedding parties and short term stays. A 100 yr old renovated Colonial, Watson House sleeps 8 guests and is pet friendly. Country views, close to Maleny township. email: email@example.com
Maleny Tropical Retreat B&B • 5435 2113 540 Maleny-Montville Road. Offers something different from the traditional Bed & Breakfast accommodation. www.malenytropicalretreat.com
For further information about accommodation options on the Sunshine Coast hinterland visit www.hinterlandtourism.com.au
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St Mary’s Hall in Montville
ROuND THe VILLAGe GReeN in Montville, you can soak yourself in history - six memorial trees to honour six Montville men who did not return from World War I, St Mary's Anglican Church (1914), the Memorial Gates (1921) and the Village Hall (1903). Then there is St Mary's Hall, a fraction of the size of the other buildings but a local treasure. The Montville Heritage Walk outlines its early history, the former Soldiers' Memorial Hall" was built by returned servicemen in 1941 from timber milled at the Flaxton Sawmill, with later additions using timber from the old Kanaka Barracks on JC Dixon’s property in Flaxton. The hall was opened in 1942 and functioned as the Montville sub branch of the RSL until 1978. It is a small gable-roofed, weatherboard hall with the long axis facing Main Street, a kitchen and verandah were added. Plaques fastened to the front wall commemorate the Salvation Army arrival to Montville in 1897, the verandah addition in August 1995, hall construction during World War II and the donation of the hall to St Mary's Church in 1978, when it was renamed ‘Montville Memorial Hall, St Mary's Church Hall and Community Centre’. A 2002 plaque acknowledges World War II soldiers and the ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' who supported them in the Milne Bay and Kokoda
campaigns, 1942.* Now the hall regularly houses exhibitions by the BRVA - Blackall Range Visual Artists, and looks over the monthly markets in Montville, held on the second Saturday of the month. It will also be the backdrop for Montville's Christmas events. Since 2015, much has been done to improve the hall, which hosts many community groups in the Montville area. Floors have been repaired, walls painted, kitchen upgraded, plumbing improved...and more is planned. Heather Wade, from Team St Mary's said, "There is always more to be done... the hall's roof needs replacing and the church's roof also needs attention." The St Mary's community recently held a lovely ‘Welcome Spring’ function of delicious food, wine, prizes, raffles and more in aid of their ongoing fundraising to refurbish "The Hall on the Green" and St Mary's Church. "The money raised at the ‘Welcome Spring’ event....which we hope will become an annual event... will make this restoration work possible," said Heather. "Our work will enhance the Heritage Precinct for the enjoyment of all the people on the range." The Heritage Precinct is located at the intersection of Main Street (MontvilleMapleton Road) and Razorback Road. *Find out more: https://environment.ehp.qld.gov.au
Above: St Mary's Hall provides an iconic backdrop for Montville's Village Green Below: Team St Mary's: the Committee enjoyed the ‘Welcome Spring’ event: Heather Wade, Paula Randall, Colleen Brady, Kay Wilkinson, Christine Britton, Anne Bower, Jocelyn Bannister and Em Trotman
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21 Centenary Drive, Maleny
Cha r a c t e r a nd p ri v a c y i n t h e h e a rt o f M a l eny! - MU S T BE S O LD! Situated on a private tree lined driveway in the heart of Maleny, this spectacular Queenslander sits proudly on the 2 acre allotment, overlooking farmland and beautiful gardens. Privacy and quiet are enjoyed from all corners of this property and knowing that the main street of Maleny is only a 600m walk away, you will be delighted with this unbelievable location!
Original Queenslander with wrap around verandahs and farmland views High ceilings, spacious living areas, gourmet country kitchen & period features throughout 4 large built-in bedrooms (3 with access to verandahs), 2 traditional bathrooms 1 bedroom separate and self contained cottage with private yard,
garage and laundry 2 acres of parkland surrounds, adjoining Maleny Showgrounds and farmland Additional liveable Shed in a private setting, chook pens, orchard, and so much more...... Current rental of the property is $1305 per week until Jan 17
4 Measberg Road, Maleny
bright ambience throughout Spacious open plan kitchen with modern touches and servery through the dining Expansive master bedroom on lower level with beautifully finished ensuite 2 Guest bedrooms upstairs, plus study nook and second living 1.5kw solar system, drinkable bore plus 10,000L tank, circular
67 Tallowwood Street, Maleny
acces In a separate wing are two queen sized bedrooms and the main bathroom Private north facing deck with aluminium shutters for all weather use Easy care landscaped gardens, veggie beds, composting enclosure and garden shed Ducted air conditioning, central vacuum system, double garage
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Inspect: By Appointment Price: Offers over $549,000 Land Size: 3029m2 Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 16806835
with internal access, workshop bench and extra storage space. Inspect: By Appointment Price: Offers over $570,000 Land Size: 1720m2 Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 16072435
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driveway and beautifully landscaped grounds.
Enjoy the Good Life at Maleny at an even more affordable price! 4 Large 1,720m2 elevated corner allotment with sweeping rural views Open plan living and dining with plantation shutters, cathedral style ceilings and slow combustion fireplace Spacious kitchen with verandah access for easy entertaining Expansive master has walkin robe, ensuite, adjacent to study/4th bedroom and deck
The driveway to the home takes you alongside a glorious lake and makes for a grand entry to the homestead. Established grounds such as this, are impossible to re create in ones lifetime. Here, you can sit back and enjoy the very best of Maleny’s Inspect: By Appointment unique and celebrated Price: $1,150,000 Land Size: 8702m2 environment!
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Great Value Character - BE QUICK!
Situated on a quiet country lane with complete privacy and peaceful surrounds North facing, perfectly level ¾ acre corner block with level street access Several outdoor living options perfect for all seasons! Inviting living and dining with wood burning fireplace, high ceilings, floating floors and a
The best of both worlds never lasts long! This vacant ½ acre allotment set amongst established homes on a cul-de-sac offers the best of both worlds. A convenient east side location and great views! Design your dream home or move an old Queenslander onsite, to showcase this stunning position and take full advantage of the North Easterly aspect and views. Conveniently located a short walk from restaurants and cafes, this property is strategically located within 5 minutes of Maleny and less than 30 minutes to the Sunshine Coast beaches. North East facing 2036m2 vacant block End of the cul-de-sac with level street entry
Stunning north facing hinterland and coastal views Easy low maintenance building site Plenty of room for a shed, gardens and orchard 10 minutes to the quaint market town of Montville This is one of those rare finds in our busy market place. Do not delay! Inspect: By Appointment Price: Offers over $400,000 Land Size: 2036m2 Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 16340315
1188 Maleny Stanley River Road, Maleny
19 Macaranga Street, Maleny
Modern home on a quiet street in the heart of Maleny Heaps of space on this 1200m2 allotment that has side vehicle access, suited to a caravan or boat The open back yard provides a blank canvas and would be ideal for a large shed, an orchard and vege gardens
incl. patio) with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double lock up internal access garage
Be comfortable all year round on the large entertaining patio with North Easterly aspect. Quality homes surround this residence so you can be confident of solid capital growth in this area
Modern home with open plan living areas (300m2 under roof All town services - Town water
(+ 2 x water tanks), Town sewerage, Underground Electricity, Parkland areas Inspect: By Appointment Price: Offers over $525,000 Land Size: 1200m2 Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 16148965
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Maleny’s Architectural Icon - Redefining hinterland living! Architecturally designed masterpiece privately positioned atop 10 private acres Uninterrupted 180 degree views over surrounding farmland, the Mary Valley and as far as Mount Cooroy
and two spare bedrooms
The breezeway to the pool, connects the living with two guest suites each featuring a private balcony, ensuite and study nook perfect for extended family or B&B accommodation
over 1 hour to Brisbane.
Edgeless salt water pool provides a spectacular centrepiece to the outdoor living areas
Charming old style outhouse with shower, Open plan dining featuring magnificent toilet and change room for the pool and perfect timber bi-fold doors that connect the stunning for a night time shower under the stars! American oak kitchen to a configuration of Barn style double lock up garage with cosy several outdoor entertaining spaces loft bedroom upstairs plus lock up storage Central three sided fireplace (Cheminees room under house Philippe) and gorgeous timber cabinetry Conveniently located within 10 minutes of housing the entertainment system separating Maleny, 40 minutes of the Sunshine Coast the living areas and a little
The family wing is located on the Eastern side of the home with a master suite encompassing floor to ceiling views, main bathroom with Apaiser Lunar round bath tub
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57 Mountain View Road, Maleny
Inspect: Wed’s 2-3pm & Sat’s 12-1pm Price: Auction 1pm, 12 Nov on site Land Size: 10 acres Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 14678385
Quiet and leafy with dual living! You will not buy better!
Single carport plus open Quiet and peaceful 2002m2 built-ins and fans allotment with established Private self contained studio car spaces trees and gardens with separate bedroom, Solid brick home with two bathroom and open plan kitchen Inspect: By Appointment living areas and North facing / living plus outdoor patio area Price: Offers over $425,000 covered outdoor entertaining Additional storage room, garden Land Size: 2002m2 Freshly painted and all new shed and small greenhouse Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland carpets throughout 5,000 Gallon tank plus bore and Contact: 0447 737 737 Spacious bedrooms with large raised veggie gardens
‘Grange’ - The ultimate private acreage property!
45 Maleny Kenilworth Road, Maleny
Web ID: 16307025
Timeless main residence with spacious Executive office / library also separate from the main home and conveniently accessed via rooms, soaring raked ceilings and hardwood a covered walkway timber floorboards Extremely private and exclusive - totally Separate caretakers cottage currently rented, with separate driveway access, large shed protected views over the Glasshouse and completely private Mountains and surrounding scenery
Chefs kitchen with high quality Miele Two spring fed dams, substantial fruit orchard, millable cabinet timber plantation and an array appliances and plenty of storage and bench of stunning old world trees and flowering space - Views over the lake! gardens Multiple living rooms with fireplace, ducted air conditioning and room for the largest of Ideal for cattle or horses, there is room for stables and gatherings (solar power also) level areas Inspect: By Appointment Ample outdoor entertaining areas with for an arena Price: $2,295,000 sprawling views to the mountains and your own lake
Guest accommodation separate to the main residence and accessed via a covered walkway
Land Size: 35.76 acres Agency: RE/MAX Hinterland Contact: 0447 737 737 Web ID: 16403105
2/10 Maple St, Maleny - Ph: 07 5408 4220
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OUR HEALTH, Wellness and Beauty guide dispels a couple of myths this month. Marisa offers wisdom in her column and encourages us to question common 'truths'. Stroke is not a death sentence, and a medication review is simply good sense. Plus we hear from our local podiatrist
that thongs can be good for you. Who would have thought? With Santa soon to visit, many of us start to stress about that list, but your shopping can stop right here! Purchase a voucher for a consultation, therapy, massage, meditation or get physical with personal training, yoga or pilates.
Or is beauty more appealing for your loved ones? We have many practitioners listed who can help you with facials, make-overs, manicures or a hair 'do' even a day spa! Christmas sorted. To an active, healthy and stress-free month ahead!
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ILLIONS OF PeOPLe around the globe are losing their lives to stroke each year, despite most strokes being treatable, according to new figures from the World Stroke Organization. Alarmingly, more than 6.5 million deaths are caused by stroke each year making it the world’s second biggest killer and far deadlier than car crashes (1.3 million) and lung cancer (1.6 million) combined. Stroke Foundation Chief executive Officer and World Stroke Organization Board member Sharon McGowan said many lives could be saved with improved access to treatment.
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McGowan said. “Around the world there will be more than 17 million strokes this year and we know far too many people will be left with a significant disability – or worse lose their life – because they didn’t have access to best-practice treatment.
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“In Australia, around 20,000 stroke patients a year are denied access to the full benefits of stroke unit care and just seven percent of all ischaemic stroke patients receive clot busting treatment – resulting in death and unnecessary disability requiring a lifetime of care. “Recognising the signs of stroke early, treating it as a medical emergency with admission to a specialised stroke unit, and access to the best professional care can substantially improve outcomes. “Australia is championing significant advances in stroke treatment and care but the health system must now adapt to support health professionals in the delivery of these advancements. World Stroke Organization President Stephen Davis said more needed to be done to improve equity of access to critical stroke treatments, particularly for low income communities.
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For more information visitwww.worldstrokecampaign.org to register your World Stroke Day events or download campaign resources.
Six steps to improve stroke outcomes:
but sadly too many patients continue to miss out,” Ms
“The right stroke care can prevent stroke and save lives. We are calling on governments to take action to improve awareness that stroke can happen to anyone and increase equity of access to critical stroke treatments.”
“Improving health outcomes will reduce the costly impact of stroke on healthcare systems around the world – even with limited resources we can do something to improve stroke outcomes,” Professor Davis said.
1. Early recognition makes a big difference so we encourage the public to learn the signs of F.A.S.T. (Face drooping; Arm weakness; Speech slurred; Time to call an ambulance) and know to take immediate action. 2. Organised stroke care in specialised stroke units improves the chance of a good recovery outcome by 14 percent. 3. The use of clot busting treatment (thrombolysis) improves the chance of a good outcome by 30 percent in appropriate patients. 4. The exciting advance of clot retrieval means that a dramatic 50 percent of eligible patients can have a better recovery outcome. 5. Rehabilitation is a critical step in the treatment process. 6. Primary and secondary prevention treatments and lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of a stroke.
Embracia in Woodford Aged Care
MeDSCHeCK IS AN in-pharmacy medicine review with your pharmacist.
Natalie Lindner, from Montville Pharmacy said, “It is valuable to have a close look at your medicines to check that they are helping in the way that they should. It helps to prevent adverse events related to medication and improve the quality use of medicines. "I have seen patients who have thought there are no issues with their meds and then discovered they have been taking two different brands or not realised what a medicine is for and no longer needed as examples.”
Care that embraces what’s important to you The right aged care home shouldn’t just offer the necessities in life; it should actively promote a community that enriches your enjoyment of life and your values. It’s the genuine care, and personalised attention to our resident’s individual needs, that ensures a move to Embracia in Woodford is the right decision. 7EPROVIDEATEAMOFHIGHLYQUALI½EDNURSINGANDPERSONALCARE staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can be assured your will receive high quality care that meets your needs. ●
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It's a look at the big picture, which is not always possible with the average visit to the pharmacy. They take about 30 minutes to complete. A report is given which summarises any points for further consideration and can be given to your GP. “It is a chance to discuss medicines in detail, be provided with information, improve effective use of medicines, discuss storage, and identify any problems there may be with your medicines.” This program is government funded once every 12 months and patients are eligible if they have a Medicare or DVA card, live at home in the community and take five or more prescription medications or have had a recent significant medical event. There is also a Diabetes Medscheck service for consumers with Type 2 Diabetes. Speak to your pharmacist to see if you are eligible for one of these services.
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Food for thought
HAT We eAT DOeSN’T just effect our physical body it contributes to our thoughts and emotions. Wendy Rosenfeldt understanding the doshas gives us the knowledge of how to balance our mental state through diet. Most people accept that eating fresh, organic food will give them more clarity than living off junk food but the effects of food is far more complicated than just the quality. Foods that have predominantly the airy Vata qualities of being light, dry, rough, hard and cold will increase these characteristics in the eater. If you feel spaced out and anxious a warm cooked meal with sweet, salty and sour tastes will feel more satisfying than a salad or plate of raw vegies. People often crave heavier food with sweet or salty tastes when they are stressed or under pressure. Instead of turning to chips or chocolate to sooth your worried mind you can add more oil to your meals and include sweet, sour and salty tastes to your diet. Sweet doesn’t have to mean sugar, it can be found in rice, pasta, sweet potatoes and most summer fruits. Foods exhibiting the fiery Pitta qualities of being hot, sour, spicy and intense will bring passion and fire to the thoughts and actions of the consumer. The Italian diet is a good example of Pitta increasing cuisine. Pitta is increased by sour, pungent and salty tastes. Tomatoes and cheese have a slightly sour quality, while onions and garlic are heating to the body. Red meat, olives and most cheese is also salty. Tradition Italian dishes such as Pizza, pasta and salami are all Pitta in nature. This may help to explain the sterotype of the passionate Italian.
If you are feeling frustrated or angry, food with predominantly sweet, bitter and astringent tastes will sooth the internal fire. Sweet, cold gelato and fresh green salads are often part of the Italian meal and can provide cooling sweetness to balance hot tempers. While all constitutional types can be found in every nationality. The Kapha characteristics of unctuous, olive skin, thick hair and a solid or curvaceous figure is more common to Italians then to the english. The heaviness of Kapha is balanced by a bit of spice in the food and also by the bitter taste of leafy greens and coffee. Indians also have some Kapha in their make-up, giving thick, strong hair, unctuous skin and often a laid back nature. While it might seem strange to Anglo Saxons to eat hot food in such a warm climate, the predominance of laidback and sometimes sluggish Kapha is stimulated by the chilli and spices that is common in Indian food. If you experience dullness in the mind or a tendency towards depression, then pungent, bitter and astringent food can offset the feelings of heaviness. Leafy greens such as kale and spinach will bring mental freshness whereas ice cream, cheese and desserts will only contribute to lethargy and mental fatigue. For a balanced diet it is good to include a variety of tastes and textures and adjust to suit your nature, imbalances and the seasons.
Wendy Rosenfeldt is a Teacher of Transcendental Meditation and a Maharishi Ayurvedic health practitioner. Call 5499 9580/ 0438 507 188.
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Ray White Maleny One of the leading real estate agency's for the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Unit 1, 5 Maple Street, Maleny Ph: 5499 9966 http://raywhitemaleny.com.au/
VALUERS Hinterland Property Valuers – Sam Balch “Certified Practising Valuer (AAPI) with over 25 years of property experience. Independent property advice from a local specialising in both Rural and Sunshine Coast hinterland property” Ph: 0407 962 577, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
VETERINARY CARE District Vets Maleny Veterinarian Susan Portas and Nurse Deb Barratt combine to provide professional compassionate care for your pets. Hours: Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 8am-6pm. Wed and Sat by appointment. 7 Myrtle St Maleny Ph:5499 9077
Trades & Services AIR CONDITIONING Range Airconditioning Lic. No L016305 Supply and installation of high quality, energy efficient, ducted and wall mounted reverse cycle, split air conditioning systems for cooling, heating and de-humidification. Ph Yelma on 5494 3459 or 0421 488 048 E: email@example.com
CARPET & VINYL LAYERS Car Care Maroochydore, Nambour, Hinterland Premium mobile detailing from wash to major interior/exterior details. Own power and water. We come to you (home or work). Call Mark 0402 988 003 / 1300 227 227
Flash Floor Covering Service is your local, qualified carpet and vinyl and vinyl plank layer. All aspects of laying, repair work and restreching. Call Daniel on 0400 551 730 for a free measure and quote.
CHAINSAW & TREE WORK
Jim's Antennas Digital & problem reception specialists. Locally owned, servicing the hinterland. Call Craig Titheradge today for a free quote. Ph: 131 546 www.jimsantennas.com.au
Patios, decks, renovations, new work All aspects of carpentry from planning to the finished product. All work guaranteed Qld BSA No 103-1105 Ph: Steve 0402 167 355
All Trees to Chip Tree felling, pruning, lopping, mulching, stump grinding, landscaping & retaining walls, fences etc. Two chippers - 6 inch & 12 inch. Qualified and insured. Phone Rob Milner: 5445 7805
Merv Schulz Maleny TV Antennas Est business in Maleny and the hinterland for over 30 years. For all your digital TV reception / antenna needs, including satellite installations. Insurance quotes. Friendly reliable service. 0418 774 958, or in the evenings on 5494 2876.
Tim Clark Carpenter Trade qualified local and licensed. Stairs, carports, decks, renovations, extensions, home & building maintenance, creative work. Ask us about our unique pricing method. Phone Tim for a fair quote: 0412 854 222 QBCC 47098
Tony Wootton Tree Surgeon.Dip Hort(Arb) Operating locally since 1996. Tree assessments and advice. Trees and shrubs pruned and detailed. Hazardous trees removed. M: 0403 467 664 Ph: 54 944 917 www.twtreesurgeon.com
CABINETMAKER Paul Randall Cabinetmaker of Maleny New & renovated kitchens & vanities benchtops a speciality - stone, timber & laminated finishes. Home Offices, Wall Units, Wardrobes. Ph: 0432 953 186 Lic QBSA 1162819. Member Master Builders.
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CARPET CLEANING Range Carpet Care Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning & Protection Ph: 5445 7611 or 0418 776 578
CLOCK REPAIR Montville Clockshop Repairs for Cuckoo, Grandfather, Mantle, Wall Clocks. Antique clock restoration. We can supply quartz movement and parts, and repair quartz clocks. P: 07 5442 9409. www.clockshop.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kidds for Kitchens -Russell Kidd QBCC 478438 Now servicing the local area. Kitchens, Vanities, Robes. No matter your requirements we can help from laminated cabinets to stone bench tops with two-pac doors. Established over 35 yrs with CNC equipped factory. Call Russell: 0409 275 378 or factory: 4162 3732 www.kiddsforkitchens.net
Custom Curtains and Shade Specialising in custom made Blinds, Awnings, Shutters, Curtains and Security. Professional advice and installation. Servicing the hinterland since 1989. Call us for a free measure and quote. Ph: 5494 6898
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL CLEANING
Amber Leaf Landscaping Looking for a landscaper who can deliver? Tohm Hajncl heads the team that offers you guaranteed quality. Choose from landscaping consultations, designs, construction and planting, pre-sale makeovers and specialised maintenance services. Ph: 5445 9801 www.amberleaf.com.au Step n Stone Landscapes All aspects of stonework and landscape design and construction. Specialising in steps, fire-pits and outdoor areas. Phone John 5478 6754 or 0411 426 099 www.stepnstonelandscapes.com.au
Green Energy Electrical Lic No. 71210 Reliable prompt domestic electrician. Extensions, renovations, maintenance, new homes, safety switches, switchboard upgrades, test & tag, smoke alarms. Solar Grid Connect. Ph: Steven Pilcher for an obligation free quote: 0421 162 007 E: email@example.com Online Electrical And Airconditioning We are a small family owned business that has low overheads, this means we can pass the savings to the customer. Domestic and commercial electrical works and also air-conditioning. Call Matt 0450 572 334 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stone on the Range Stuck for ideas? Speak to Jim, he’s an effective communicator. All stonework including raised vegie gardens, creek beds, waterfalls, sculptural features, driveway entrances, walls, steps, fire pits, steep site specialist. Ph: 0401 308 824 E: email@example.com
O’Connors Electrical & Civil Contractors Servicing all areas of Sunshine Coast Covering all aspects of electrical work, from service calls to those larger jobs. We do it all and have the experience that’s needed. Call Leonard: 0437 131 637
Handbuilt Stone QBSA1235589 Licensed, range-based professional. Traditional rock walls, pillars, steps, paving, entrance walls and all garden features. Visit our website to see previous work for inspiration. Phone Chris on 0438 811 975 www.handbuiltstone.com
Mowing by Murray Lawn Mowing, Garden Maintenance, Garden Clean-Ups, Rubbish Removal, Pressure Cleaning, Odd Jobs. Efficient, reliable & insured with reasonable rates. M: 0450 926 737 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mowingbymurray.com
GUTTER CLEANING Gutter Sucker Gutter Sucker specialises in cleaning your guttering. a unique portable operation for the efficient and effective removal of leaves and rubbish from all types of gutters and roofs. Ph: 1800 558 745 or 0402 456 391 Roof & Gutter Maintenance Clean gutters, Blocked downpipes, New & repair downpipes, Roof repairs & leaks, Fix leaking gutters, New gutters & fascias, Install & service whirly birds, Skylights & Water Tanks Free quotes, local bloke, over 20 yrs experience Phone Brad 0419 712 081
HANDYMAN & HOME MAINTENANCE Montville Handy Man 20 years building experience. All concreting, carpentry, home maintenance and repairs. Prompt and reliable service. Garden clean-up. Competitive rates. Ph: Wayne 0434 724 030 Hatch's Home Maintenance Qualified Cabinet Maker, 35 years experience. Update * Renew * Repair * Plastering * Cabinets * Tiling * Call John Ph 0404 056 147 email@example.com QBA Lic. No 1242008
ROCK WALLS Phil Watts Quality Rock Walls Retaining, free standing design and construction. Hand crafted feature stonework specialist. Built by local qualified stonemason, 40 years experience with 23 years here on the range. Ph: 5445 7218 or mobile: 0401 535 476 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
RUBBISH REMOVAL A Load of Rubbish Friendly, reliable rubbish collection service. All green and general waste. Cheap rates. Servicing Cooroy to Caloundra, Kenilworth to the Coast. Call Andy: 0406 932 663 www.aloadofrubbish.com.au www.facebook.com/aloadofrubbishsunshinecoast
SKYLIGHTS Skylights - full range to suit most situations. Flue Installations and repairs. Leaks, Flue cleaning, Whirlybird ventilation Jobs to value of $3300 Greg Goozee. Ph: 0416 073 416
SMASH REPAIRS Palmwoods Smash Repairs Panel beating & spray painting by professional tradesmen. Insurance & private work. Direct link to insurance companies. Repair, paint, weld or makeover. All work guaranteed. Ph: 5478 8922
MECHANICAL Montville Auto All things Mechanical All your mechanical needs in one place from cars to farming machinery. If you can’t get it to us, we will come to you. 12 Balmoral Rd Montville Ph: 5442 9413 M: 0403 104 774
FIREWOOD Firewood Delivery in Maleny and surrounding areas. All seasoned hardwood $140 per cubic metre. Contact Craig on 0457 907 520 or email taylorsfarmenquiries@ gmail.com
BRUCE MORRIS PLUMBING QBSA lic 456322 24hr emergency service, all plumbing, building, maintenance installation domestic and commercial. Gas installations, septic/ drainage, hot water, solar, bathroom renovations, leaking roofs. Ph 0410 457 606
LAWN & GARDEN CARE
FENCING & AUTOMATIC GATES Honest Johns Fencing for Domestic fencing styles. Timber, Colorbond, Chainwire, Timber Retaining. Free quotes. Have confidence in knowing the man who does the quote, does the job. Smaller jobs, $3300.00 and under. email@example.com
Suncoast Liquid Waste Removal Local owner/operator specialising in commercial / domestic waste water pump outs- septics, treatment plants, grey water, holding tanks, pond/pool sludge, drains etc. Avoid costly blockages & system failure with prompt, reliable & expert service. Tank assessments available. EPA licensed and fully insured. Call 0439 646 707
Loors Landscaping (est: 1987) From concept to creation all aspects of structural and soft landscaping. Ph: 5445 7615 Mob: 0412 680 801
SOLAR Negawatts Electrical & Solar Power Call us last for a competitive quote. Over 500 local installations. Grid and Off-Grid, CEC licensed installer A5100260. Quality European panels and inverter. Gary Phillips Ph: 0407 760 838 Info@negawatts.com.au
PAINTING City to Surf Painting & Decorating Re-paints & new work, industrial coatings, decorative finishes, Anti mould coatings. Quality & value for money guaranteed. Servicing the Range & beyond. BSA 1117847 Ph: Richard Daveson: 0418 708 620 Rob Presnell Painting Flaxton Quality workmanship and professional service, 2 pak coatings, sprayed texture coatings for floors and driveways, commercial line marking and roof coatings. Local reliable painter servicing the hinterland for 10yrs. Ph: 0451 100 286
PLANT NURSERIES Forest Heart Your Local Native Plant Nursery. Specialising is the native plants of SE QLD for Revegetation, Gardens, Habitat 20 Coral Street, Maleny Ph: 07 5435 2193 www.forestheart.com.au Barung Landcare Native Plant Nursery Your local community nursery stocks an extensive range of species indigenous to the Blackall Range and surrounds. Open to the public Wed–Fri 9am–3pm, Sat 9am–12pm Ph: 0429 943 152 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLUMBING & WASTEWATER Anderson Plumbing & Roofing QBSA1066328 Plumbing, drainage & roofing. New work, renos, maintenance specialists. Septic systems, blocked drains, high pressure ‘sewer jett’ drain cleaner, drain camera, cable locations, tank installations, roof & guttering. Ph: 5494 3340 or 0409 541 475
Sky Plumbing & Gas Fitting BSA 1078655 Guttering, Water Tanks, Filters and Pump Installation. Septic Trenches, Holding Tanks, Blocked Drains. Heat Pumps & Gas Installation. Landlord water reports. Water Hammer solutions. Ph: 042 11 66 882
LANDSCAPING & DESIGN
External Cleaning - tile & Colorbond roofs, house washing ,mould removal & all surfaces. Obligation FREE quotes – fully insured. For a high quality professional service. Call Jay 0404 707 693 www.waterwisepressurecleaning.com.au
Jekco Mini Earthmovers ‘Small Machine – Big Capacity’ - Catering for all your excavation needs. Owner / operator with 35 years’ experience. Limited access machine (Kanga/Dingo) combined with a 3 tonne tip truck. Ph Kev: 0439 647 221 www.jekco.com.au
PLUMBING & WASTEWATER
All Energy HQ – Solar & Battery Storage Locals (since 1989) you can trust, providing only the highest quality products. Solar installations and upgrades - home and businesses Battery storage. 10 Jeffreys Rd, Glasshouse Mtns Ph: 5438 7200 E: email@example.com W: allenergyhq.com.au
TINTING Hinterland Tints Window Tinting for all flat glass with our 25 years experience. We ARE the problem solvers for Fading, too much Heat, not enough Privacy, too much Glare or Glass Security and strengthening. Excellent warranties. Call Tony for a Free quote: 0411 777 922
TANK CLEANING Pristine Water Systems Full water tanks cleaned, water testing and correction, filtration - Free appraisals Ph: Trevor 0404 302 723
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SERVICES Tom’s Wildlife Management Service 18 years’ experience in mgmt and removal of problem native wildlife. Brush turkeys, magpies, butcher birds, plovers, possums, and more. Qld Parks & Wildlife reg. permit holder. Ph: 5494 4590, Mob: 0437 279 505, E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.tomswildlife.com. HINTeRLAND TIMeS – NOVeMBeR 2016
What’s on in ... NOVEMBER 1-17 The BreastScreen Queensland mobile van will be next to the Beerwah Community Hall on Peachester Road 2
Lucky Shopper launched Montville, Mapleton and Flaxton
Cancer Council Queensland morning tea and welcome anyone who would like to meet others and hear about services available, 10am Kawana Library 131 120
Aussie Day Expo information evening for clubs, service organisation and community groups, 5.30 for 6pm Maleny Bowls Club, Rick: 5494 3555
Harpnotica plays at The Garden Maleny
Messy Church, 4pm – 6pm, St George’s Anglican Church, Maleny
Eckankar HU Chant and discussion with a spiritual theme, 6-7.30pm MNC, every Wednesday. Ph: 5496 5054
Aglow International meet 9.30am, Flame Tree Baptist Church Hall, 27 Coes Creek Road, Nambour, Melva: 5443 5752
Mary Valley Scarecrow Festival ends
Mary River Festival
Harvest to Table Workshop, Crystal Waters ecovillage 10am-3pm, includes a delicious lunch prepared with local organic produce, booking essential: ethosfoundation.org
Recycle Right Open Day, 9.30am-11.30am, Waste 2 Resource education Centre at Nambour Landfill and Resource Recovery Centre, Cooney Rd. Free community event includes interactive presentation, morning tea, truck demonstration and Landfill and Resource Recovery Centre tour. Bookings essential: 5475 7272
Australian Hibiscus Society meetings and blooms competition, 10.30am, Woombye School of Arts Hall, Blackall Street, bring a friend, visitors welcome, ph: 5476 2771
Maleny Film Society 25 year celebration, Maleny Community Centre from 2pm, main feature will be the Swedish film, My Life as a Dog, free event Book Sale, 9am-noon, Looking for something different to read? Come along and grab a bargain. Choose from a huge range of genres at a low price, Beerwah Library
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Eckankar HU Chant and discussion, 6-7.30pm, Tewantin CWA Hall, 123 Poinciana Ave. Ph: 5496 5054
International Volunteers Day, 10am Lake Kawana Christmas brunch and entertainment, RSVP: Council website
Caloundra Stamp Club Inc “38th Annual Stamp Fair”, Kawana Community Centre, Ninyima Street, Buddina
Christmas Twilight Markets, 3-8pm, Beerwah Tower Green
Do you experience facial pain? The Sunshine Coast Trigeminal Neuralgia Support group meet from 1pm at the Kawana Library meeting room, Nanyima Street, Buddina (entrance at rear), please bring a plate to share, Nora: 0418 495 776
Mapleton Light the Lights
Maleny Christmas Festival and Street Carnival
Eckankar HU Chant and discussion with a spiritual theme, 9.30-11.30am, Kawana Island Meeting Place, Parrearra. Ph: 5496 5054
Healthy Sunshine Coast Seniors program starts, 10am-12.30pm Mondays (lunch/transport rural residents included), ph: 5444 5833
White Ribbon Day
17-24 Maleny Christmas Tree Festival
25-27 Maleny Arts and Crafts Group Christmas Fair, Community Centre, Maple Street, 9am- 4pm Friday and Saturday, 9am – 3pm Sunday 24
Maple Street Co-Operative Limited AGM, 6pm for 6.30pm, Maleny Neighbourhood Centre
Maleny Chamber of Commerce 30th Birthday celebration, Pomodoras on Obi, bookings essential
Celebrate "On the Verge" at the Dulong-Kureelpa School of Arts site and remains, Thrushs Road, 10am to 12 noon
Messy Church is on November 6!
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Discover Smocking, 1pm-2.30pm Maleny Library, Join Robyn and Heather from Maleny Smocking Group for a hands-on craft experience. Take a look at the many different styles of smocking and fabrics, and learn about the history of smocking. Make your own gift pouch to take home. Free, bookings essential: 5475 8989
Carols by Twilight, 6.30pm Maleny RSL
Montville Festive Tree Lighting at the Village Green
Visit Santa’s Toyshop, open on the Village Green, Montville
Makers’ Market, Forest Art Collective
Maleny Arts Council Launch Party 2pm, Maleny Community Centre
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Tuition and Workshops Singing Lessons Spark the creative fire. Learn to play and sing a favourite tune at a party, perform in front of a crowd or just for yourself. Ph: Cardie 0400 101 797 firstname.lastname@example.org Foundations for individual, family and community wellbeing - A First Nations Approach Masterclass workshops with American Indian guest trainers will be held 12th, 13th & 14th October. The workshops are suitable for wellbeing practitioners, health professionals and community members alike. For information and bookings: www.7genfoundation.org or phone 0401 841 893
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Richard Knight furniture workshop One-day workshops making funky functional furniture. Identify suitable materials & create your own unique piece using simple woodworking tools. Materials & lunch included $175. Gift vouchers. Ph: Richard: 5422 9291 www.richardknightwoodworks.com.au
Learn the Joyful art of Needlefelting Create unique gifts, toys, artdolls whilst making new friends. Tuesdays 11.30am – 2.30pm. $20.00 The Market Place Cafe Maleny. Email: email@example.com
Learn to Weave with New zealand Flax with Maleny Maori artist Alice Spittle. Connect with nature and get creative using traditional Nz Maori techniques. Workshops run at the Kondalilla eco Resort in Montville and are only $85. For more information please visit www.artandwellbeing.com.au
Discover the techniques of Scraperboard with local artist, Robyn Graham This is an exciting medium creating beautiful results. Beginners welcome. Sat 22nd Oct 1 – 4pm at Forest Art Collective, 20 Coral St, Maleny. $40/person. Bookings essential: Karen 0427 607 628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
From as little as $33.00 an issue, list your workshop. Ph: 5499 9049 or email email@example.com
Fri 4th 7:30pm Sat 5th 8pm Fri 11th Sat 12th 8pm Thur 17th Fri 18th 7pm Sat 19th 8pm Fri 25th 7pm Sat 26th 8pm
Karaoke Hosted by Lazza Annie J & Fusion Shem Reggea Bob Marley Celebration Damien Barnes Drag Queen Bingo $20 entry fee 3 Bob Watch The Beatles Tribute Band Craig Nankeruis Kim Kellie Band
Acoustic music every Thursday from 5pm Irish Music session every Sunday from 5pm
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Selling? Talk with the team at RE/MAX Hinterland 2/10 Maple St, Maleny - Ph: 07 5408 4220
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