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HAVE JUST hung out the washing and it is chilly this morning! Not as cold as it was at Kingaroy yesterday for our youngest's athletics meet. It caught us by surprise - I was glad of my flannies and Ugg boots last night! In our busy family life, spring signifies the demise of soccer and rowing for another year, and nippers and swimming coming back to the fore. Our school routines continue, with as many school events pencilled into our calendar as there are events for HT - and September is a big one, across the Hinterland. There's something for Dad on Father's Day; concerts, exhibitions, a reunion and author talks... then a whole gamut of more to do and see at Council's Horizon Festival. Apex even have an event to occupy your dog.
Our feature stories this month include a jeweller, photographer, teacher, nurse and soldiers. We announce a huge win for Maleny State School overpage - rocket champs for Australia!
Inside this month Sally Kohler and Palmwood's 21st century Cinderella musical
Capturing the moment with Maleny's Steve Swayne
Ishkhan Kojayan shows us the future of jewellery design in Montville
Maleny Annette Richardson nurses in Nepal
Father's day fun across the Hinterland
Quilters haven in September
Maleny Apex Paws of Thunder is back
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Noel was able to link up using facetime and share in the excitement. He told the students “Next year, I’d like to think a first primary team from Maleny State School will win the open challenge and compete with the secondary schools, and I’ll be there to help you do it.” However, the three Year 6 students who are moving up to Maleny High School next year know the competition will be tough from their old team members! Eli, one of the Rocketeers stated “We tried as hard as we could to achieve what we did, and we could not have done this without Noel and Mrs Walsh. We can’t wait for next year’s challenge.” There are students lining up already. They have had exceptional role models in the Maleny Rocketeers, as they have witnessed this great determination and victory, and are eager to experience this themselves next year.
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HREE MONTHS AGO, Maleny State School was fortunate to be offered an opportunity to work with Mr Noel Meyers, Professor of Education, Outdoor and Environmental Studies, at La Trobe University in Victoria. He had once lived in Maleny and was good friends with a family who had two children attending the school. Noel had a love for rockets and wanted to share his experience and ignite a passion in others. Six students were selected from grades 2, 4 and 6. They were to work together with Noel and their supervising teacher Lou Walsh to design a rocket using computer software that could be launched 240 metres in the air. Through weekly web conferencing the students were guided through the necessary steps to create their own rocket with specified criteria for the competition. Each of the student’s rockets were very different and all could successfully complete the challenge, but after great collaboration the team decided to combine two of the rocket designs to create their prototype. Once the design was complete and simulation was successful, the students spent the next week constructing their rocket, where physics, maths and the arts were all being implemented to create their masterpiece ‘The Flaming Cow.’ The rest of the school had shared in the Maleny Rocketeers journey with weekly updates and photos shown on parade.
There was great excitement as the school assembled for the test flights on the oval and applauded the great achievement of these remarkable six students, wishing them well for the competition the next day. Maleny was the first team to arrive at Jimboomba on the day of the Australian Rocketry Challenge. While many of the competing teams had participated and placed previously in this event it was Maleny’s first time competing. The Maleny Rocketeers, their families, the Principal and teachers involved held their breath in anticipation as the detonation button was pushed sending the ‘Flaming Cow’ soaring into the blue sky. It was a perfect flight reaching heights of 250 metres with parachute deployment right on apogee. The hard work had paid off and the crowd applauded as the Maleny Rocketeers were awarded first prize for the Primary Challenge, a gold medal and a trophy. Teacher Lou Walsh said, “As it floated over the trees we assumed we'd find it easily, however it took me three hours to locate it across the creek hidden in the bushes, what a miracle!”
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Palmwoods State School is very lucky indeed. The reason? Sally Kohler, their music teacher, who also happens to write and create a huge musical for the entire school every two years. With original scripts, dance numbers galore and plenty of songs, this has become the ‘must see’ event of spring. Victoria McGuin went to meet the woman behind the scenes and find out just what is involved…
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ALLY HAS A WARM SMILE and shining eyes and immediately makes people feel at ease. Perhaps this is just one of the reasons why her musicals are so popular with everyone, from students to teachers to parents. She is also passionate that every child should have a fair go. “This is a huge process,” she explains, “We have 50 children as main characters, the auditions themselves usually take two weeks!” Every class is involved in a dance number as part of the musical. Each time Sally writes a musical, she bases it around a traditional fairy tale, but adds modern-day twists or
relevance. This year’s show is entitled, I’m Cinderella, Get Me Out Of Here! - so we can guess the general theme here! “There are six princesses working as servants in a large house,” Sally says, “and the winner will end up with the prince. “The real Cinderella is there too, and all sorts of funny things happen. The prince is obnoxious; Cinderella falls for someone else; we have a Guru instead of a Fairy Godmother… “There are also adverts thrown in, just like the television show, and two hosts narrating, called Gossip and Smiley.” The script sits on the table in front of us, and it is certainly a fair size. I ask Sally how long it takes her to write these. “Well, I usually start writing over Christmas and it takes me until Easter to put it together roughly. I have to adjust things
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constantly depending on the children involved. “My main aim is to have the whole school in the play. I want all children to Leilu Logan (Cinderella) experience it; get a buzz for getting up there, for being proud of themselves.” Every class does an item to ensure this happens. “We have Talented music teacher, Sally Kohler is a choir, a disco scene for the Year 2s, doctors’ dance for the behind the creation of huge musical for Year 3s, a mouse dance for the PEP dance program, the entire population of Palmwoods Bollywood dancers…oh, and the Year 5 boys do a Bodyguard State School dance, which is great!” Sally arranges the music in the June/July holidays. “I find music I like, cut it and alter the lyrics.” The dedication across the school is a big support for Sally. She also has a valuable team on board to keep things “The teachers are heavily involved,” she says. “They film kids moving, from teacher aides to her own daughter. rehearsing on iPads, then watch it back in class and give “Chris Davis is my costumes mistress, and she is amazing. feedback on how to improve performances. She has to organise the creation of 400 costumes! Some of “The staff do a dance too, along with the Principal, Peter them we reuse and alter from other years, but it is still a huge Wilson. These dances always get laugh from the students. task. Last year we were ballerinas, this year…wait and see!” “My daughter, who is in Year 11 at Suncoast, has videoed all Sally’s other scripts have amusing titles like, Aladdin and the kids in the Green Room for the show ‘interviews’. She the Possibly Useless Lamp, and Sinbad and the Seven Cs (which does Film and Television at school and now wants to do this stand for traits like courage and commitment). for her career.” “I’ve written four now, so I can rotate them every two years, As for the dancing, “Work starts in May, with the auditions, which will help with my time,” Sally smiles. “It’s all-consuming and then every music lesson this term we teach dance.” doing this. I love it, but my family doesn’t see me from Sally herself trained in ballet, tap and jazz growing up, and February to September every two years!” completed her Teachers in Dance at 18. “I then went into The biggest reward for Sally is the joy the kids’ experience, primary school teaching music, as I had always played piano the atmosphere it creates in the school and the response of and sung a lot. the parents. “I also ran the Rock Eisteddfods in the High School in Miles, “Some of my actors feel like mini celebrities in term four. the small Queensland town where I was posted. It’s funny and they don’t expect it. And the parents often get “Every year our small school made the finals in Brisbane, a bit of a shock when they see how professional and brilliant and once we came third in the State. It was very satisfying.” the children are. In 2002 Sally joined Palmwoods State School, creating “I love hearing them rave about the kids. Everyone gets plays on a lower scale until about 2006, after she had her such a buzz – that’s why we do it.” second child (who incidentally plays the obnoxious prince this year). “We used to put the plays on at the school, but one year we I’m Cinderella, Get Me Out Of Here performances were rained out, it was awful; so we moved to Suncoast are on September 10, at 1.30pm and 6pm, at the Auditorium in 2010. It has a huge stage, which is perfect, and Suncoast Auditorium. Tickets are $15 per adult and the hall seats about one thousand people.” $8 for kids, available from Palmwoods State School Having said that, the tickets go fast, so Sally advises office, ph: 5453 2444. coming into the school office soon, as they won’t be available on the door.
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From travels to textiles via the camera lens A love of photography, art and fashion may seem worlds apart from a 20 year naval career for Maleny’s Steve Swayne. But underpinning his life is a sense of adventure and travel that intrinsically links it all together.
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Y FATHER WAS in the army and we moved around every couple of years,” Steve begins. “We went overseas to Malaya in the early ‘60s. I suppose it was there that I got a taste for the exotic. “I began school in Malaya and then we moved to rural South Australia. An army base in a little town called Woodside…very similar to Maleny.” Steve’s childhood seems to fit with the era. Parents who slotted into their roles accompanied by Sunday drives, beach, beer and backyard barbeques. When Steve was 15 his parents separated. “There was no family here for my mother so she decided to pack up with the kids and go back to her parents in England. And so, I did my high school years in the UK. It was a culture shock, a much more insulated, blinkered society.” After a couple of years of bleak English winters Steve dreamt of sun-drenched Australia. He made it his goal to work and save for an airfare home. “I could have jumped on a plane and flown direct back to Australia but I decided to do it differently. “I travelled by bus through Paris to Greece then got on a plane in Athens and flew across to Cairo as I wanted to see the pyramids.” I found myself trying to imagine a naive 18-year-old landing in Egypt in 1978. It seems that his experiences taught him the difference between being a tourist and being a traveller.
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“I went out to the pyramids, hired a horse and went for ride into the desert with a guide. We rode out beyond the pyramids to the vantage point where you can see all the pyramids in one arrangement.” Eventually Steve arrived in Brisbane. Following his father’s advice he applied for government jobs, but a newspaper advertisement enticed him to ‘join the navy and see the world’. “It was an interesting life. At one stage I was fortunate to get a posting onto a survey ship doing marine science work
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on the Great Barrier Reef. This led me to become a Marine Science Officer on a ship that went to the Solomon Islands.” Lieutenant Commander Steve Swayne retired from the navy in 1999. Soon after, he moved to Maleny after rejecting lucrative job offers in favour of a lifestyle motivated by a social conscience. However, the lure of travel was still very much at the forefront. For Steve, travel and photography go hand in hand. The appeal of capturing images with the camera began early in life. “I always had an interest in photography but it blossomed with the digital age. More photographs for less money. And, you can see the shots instantly on the computer. “In 2002 I took three months off from life in Maleny and went to Scandinavia and up through Western Europe. I went to places with the specific purpose of taking photographs. I took 7000 photos. “A cruise line bought some of my photographs of Scandinavia for their brochures. That kicked off my selling the images. And then I signed up with an agency. “I was into the travel and journeying rather than touristing. I’d go to the offbeat places where not many people would venture. I guess ’78 in Cairo gave me a bug for that. “Along the way I developed an interest in art and culture. I love beautiful art galleries with fabulous collections. “I also like nature and beautiful scenery. My photographic speciality and the wow factor photos are all about being in a certain place, that’s hard to get to, in the right conditions. That’s not easy, especially if you’re on a time budget.” Steve’s preferred way of marketing his photos online is via agencies such as Getty Images. He also shares many of his photos via Flickr, a social media website where the user hosts
their own photographs. There have been over six million views of his pictures. “In 2009 I bought a motorhome and travelled around Australia for four months. I went to Central Australia just to take photographs - to get a stock of remote images. “Last year I went to America, deliberately to visit all the National Parks in the south west. It was part of a four-month round-the-world trip. Steve admits to having many competing interests. Digital art is high on the list. “I work with a program called ‘Painter’ using a graphics tablet and digital paintbrush. It takes a lot of practise but the results are stunning. I want to move away from photography and more into digital painting.” It was only recently that I saw a link to Steve Swayne’s fashion. I had known about his photographic talents for some time but this was something else. What I saw was impressive. Steve gives some background to this new endeavour. “Another interest is fractal mathematics - producing geometric patterns that are computer generated. It lends itself to being reproduced on fabric better than painting or photographs. A lot of my photographic aesthetics, like composition, style and colour, come into play. “My fashion art is sold through a company in San Francisco. I chose them because they’re ethical. They work with organic materials and the fabric is made in factories and workshops that honour the workers. It’s similar to the Fair Trade system. “The garments are printed and made to order. They print your design onto the fabric. Garments are made in such a way that the shapes on the fabric match the cut.” It seems the creative spirit knows no bounds. Steve’s vision includes incorporating the Australian landscape onto fabric and to publish books of his spectacular photographs. A cruise down the Danube and trip to Antarctica are also on the wish list. To view Steve Swayne’s work, follow these links: Photo Gallery on Flickr: https://goo.gl/a08nnT Clothing Range at VIDA San Francisco: http://shopvida.com/collections/voices/steve-swayne
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Latitude and Laurisha have designs for the future When you step inside Latitude Gallery in Montville, you will see a collection of exquisite and unique jewellery, but there is something more… Through the vision and technological know-how of Laurisha Jewellery’s, Ishkhan Kojayan, who works with Latitude, you can now fashion a 3D creation of your final design. This is a jeweller who blends art and innovation, but still remains true to his classic training. Above: Ishkhan at home in Latitude Gallery Below: A selection of Ishkhan's designs for Laurisha Jewellery
SHKHAN LOOKS CONTENT. He has a job he loves and has just celebrated his son Raffi’s first birthday alongside his wife, Laura. “We moved here from WA last year,” Ishkhan tells me. “I saw an advert in the paper, it was Pia Boschetti, who had her Bold and Gold shop at the time, and I sent her samples of my work, which she really liked. “I started designing for her two years ago, but we decided to move here when Pia created Latitude Gallery in Montville, and Laura wanted to be closer to her family for Raffi.” Ishkhan’s own business, Laurisha Jewellery, is run from Latitude Gallery, which benefits both him and Pia, as he can design for Laurisha and Latitude clients from the same space. Armenian-born and bred, Ishkhan moved to Australia in 2009. He was single at the time,
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“The flowers in the vase could come away and become a simple pendant, or the whole thing could be put back together as a necklace. It was a massive piece, full of diamonds. “Here, things are beautiful, but not so lavish!” Ishkhan found himself wondering where all these extravagant designs would be seen, since the traditional dress of many women did not allow for jewellery on display. “I found out that the wives have women-only parties every month, where they all show off their new pieces. It was constant. Every four weeks they had to have a new item of jewellery to top the last one.” When Ishkhan came to Australia he was working at Moffat Beach, and Laura was helping her dad run the local post office. “Yes, very romantic, we met in the Post Office!” The couple have spent many years moving since they first met. “I’ve dragged her with me for work, poor thing,” Ishkhan shares. “We moved to four different places and now she’s fearing we’ll move again, so she’s putting strategies in place to keep us here!” Laura has no need to worry though, as Ishkhan seems very happy right now. “Business is growing more and more here,” he tells me. “Wedding and engagement rings are always very popular, but I also do a lot of remodelling work. “People love to create their own fashionable, personal pieces from old jewellery they no longer wear.” There are a few different jewellers who display their collections at Latitude Gallery, alongside designs from Latitude’s workshop in Geraldtown, which accentuate the striking pearls owner Pia still farms from the Abrolhos Islands. Ishkhan describes his own designs as “earthy”. Some of the rings looks like molten gold and are absolutely stunning; there is also a delicate pendant with a curving wave and precious stone set off-centre. The pieces are elegant and allude to the striking beauty of nature. “I love it when people come in with creative ideas,” Ishkhan says. “What’s most satisfying is when you achieve in reality what they were imagining. Seeing the customer wearing it and loving it.” Although Ishkhan designs for clients independently through Laurisha, he certainly enjoys working with Pia. “I rarely see the customer collecting the items as it’s usually at the weekend, but Pia always messages me with their comments and appreciation. I’m really grateful that she does that.” The most exciting thing for Ishkhan now is his 3D printing machine and software, which enables him to design a prototype of the customer’s piece. I handle some of these, and even try a 3D ring on. “This really helps the customer visualise the end result,” he explains. “The workmanship and stone setting is still done by craftsmen, but customers can physically see and try on the 3D version of their design.” Ishkhan has been using this technology for some time, since he had a workshop next to his previous home in WA. “It was a 6x6 shed, which I insulated and turned into a beautiful studio. I did an event there, showcasing my work. “We plan to do this at Latitude Gallery soon, so people can see the 3D technology in action. I want to ‘show and tell’ the design and manufacturing process as it’s fascinating, and people love to come and watch you while you’re working.”
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Annette Richardson has been nursing for over 40 years, the past 17 at Maleny Hospital. She is also a volunteer with Maleny’s Shed the Light, an NGO (Non Government Organisation) that works with communities in Nepal. HT’s Gay Liddington recently saw a photo of Annette riding a motorcycle somewhere in the Himalayas, which led her to investigate...
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NNETTE RECALLED THE history behind the motorcycle image, “I was invited to go on ‘a nice ride and a short walk’. That photo was taken on the way to Gatlang which is right up in the Himalayas. “It took us about seven hours to get there on the world’s worst highway. I didn’t think my bum would ever recover. “The next day the boys said that we were going for a walk up to the cheese factory. I asked, how far, and was told, about half an hour. And there I was four and a half hours later climbing up a 45 degree slope.” Annette’s protests were treated light heartedly. The group hadn’t told her how arduous the trek would be because they didn’t want to go without her. “We kept on going up and I was nearly crying. The younger
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Above: Dr Rabindra Nath and Sister Mary Joseph at the health camp for indigenous Chepang people Opposite page: Annette heading to Gatlang in the Himal Ganesh Range of the Himalayas
“The Divyanetra Community School is in the village of Thankot. There was only one school remaining after the earthquake and it fell down. “The headmaster and his sister rented a house. They teach 40 children in two rooms and the rest is for the children, orphans from the earthquake, to live in. They don’t have any running water. “They have now secured a 99 year lease on a block of land just up the road where the school is being built.” To finance this project Annette imports bags made by villagers in a remote area of Sindhulpalchowk, Nepal.
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The fabrics are woven on hand looms creating traditional designs. The leather is naturally cured and tanned by methods handed down by generations. “I sell the bags through Shed the Light, Maleny. They receive a percentage, so the sales actually help two charities.” Shed the Light stores in Maleny and Kenilworth primarily raises money for their children’s home which is now supporting a second generation of children. “They have a sense of wanting to do something for somebody else because that’s the way they were bought up by us. “Shed the Light has evolved from the children’s home to other self-sustaining arms. One is the Women’s Empowerment Group. It takes women from poor areas and teaches them sewing so they have a trade. “We also teach them management, finance and basic computer skills. And our motto is, Educate the women and you educate the village. “Another arm is Shed the Light PeaceMakers. They go to various devastations or core villages and work in conjunction with the village committee. We don’t go in and say, we are going to do this for you. We ask, ‘What do you need?’ We’re not there to change them. We’re there to enhance what they do.” I asked Annette about her most recent self-funded trip which was earlier this year. “The main intent was to do a health camp. I told my friend who is a doctor that I was bringing 30 kilos of medical equipment with the purpose of doing health camps in the Chepang community. “We went down to the foothills onto the Terai Plains. The Chepang tribe live in the jungle. They have their own language and culture. Since the earthquake we’ve built them a little village. We found they were malnourished, living only on rice and vegetables. “Once a month the PeaceMakers hold a nutrition camp. So then we know the school children have one decent meal a day for the time that we are there. “They do an amazing job. Hard work, sleeping rough, another night on the cement or if you’re lucky you’ll have a blow-up mattress. But, it’s four days out of your life and that’s nothing.” To sponsor a Shed the Light child and read the latest news, please check their website. Enquiries about sponsorship of children or donations for Annette’s Divyanetra Community School can be made via email. For the cost of three cups of coffee per week or $40 per month you can provide a child with food, shelter, clothing and schooling. As my time with Annette Richardson came to a close she mentioned going to silver-smithing classes, then showed me
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jewellery made for fundraising. Then, as an afterthought, added that when she gets time she’ll get back into sewing children’s clothes. Annette said she lives by a philosophy shared by her mother. We are one world and we should always help each other. And is already musing about her next trip to Nepal. “I’m going to go paragliding with the golden eagles. When I sit on top of Sarangkot they come right down. So I figure that paragliding is the closest I will get to being an eagle.”
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Enid Cox is the proud custodian to a wealth of items of great value, both historical and sentimental. She shares with us rare photographs and documents, that give a deeply personal insight into the lives of past Teutoberg/Witta locals.
N THE EARLY DAYS of Teutoburg when the community was asking the State to open a school, there was a requirement to demonstrate at least 12 school-aged children before the school would be opened. Frederick and Charlotte Warne, perhaps because of the many children they had lost, offered a home to many ‘wards of the State’. They took in children and brought them up as their own. In this way the Warnes supported the school with pupils for many years. When they grew up the wards moved away, but Enid Cox remembers that they would always come back to visit Charlotte. One of the wards who never came back was Thomas Martin. He enlisted in the Great War as part of the AIF alongside Harry. Tom served as a Private in the 12th Machine Gun Company, AIF. He paid the ultimate sacrifice in the battle for Messines Ridge in June 1917 and sadly his remains were never recovered. Tom’s war medals were sent by post to Charlotte in 1921. Messines was one of the most destructive engagements of the trench war, where Australian engineers, many ex-miners, were involved in digging into enemy
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Above: Harry Warne and Tom Martin Below: Tom brought up by Warnes died in Messines Ridge action in WWI near Ypres, Belgium
territory and placing huge explosive charges below the German positions on a low strategic ridge. It was so remarkable that the engagement is known as ‘the Witch’s Caldron’ and the massive explosions, ‘the Pillars of Fire’. There was a film made in 2010 about this WWI engagement called Beneath Hill 60. In the trenches Harry was injured and inhaled poisonous gas, he was taken back to England to convalesce. Fortunately he overcame his injuries, and in England he met and fell in love with his future wife Susannah. They returned to Australia and brought their family up at Hollybush. Local personality Hilda Penney is one of their daughters. The extreme diversity of outcomes for two brothers demonstrates how each person’s war was different. They are both remembered here at home, in the Witta Cemetery. Enid Cox married Frederick and Charlotte’s daughter Daisy’s son Alf Cox, and still lives on ‘The Wattles’ property – she is a mine of information about the early days. Enid has committed herself to looking after photographs and other documents once owned by her husband’s grandmother, Charlotte Warne. This is rare information about the history of the area and we are very grateful to her for preserving these gems from the past.
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On Saturday, September 17, 10am to 6pm, visit a community event of good food, beer, traditional games, tours and live music with a focus on the era 1900 to 1929. As a Wittafest visitor, you will take part in an experience to remember all year long. Wittafest is quite different to other festivals in that it is fiercely local, authentic and real. It is free, family-friendly and fun; an opportunity for the community to see itself by gathering and retelling Witta stories. Artistes performing include internationally acclaimed Trevor Hart and the Futurists, Kim Kirkman of Ten Tenors fame and the Maleny Singers. Wittafest is a project of the Witta Recreation Club, a not-for-profit community organisation. www.facebook.com/wittafest
Above: Pte Tom Martin 12 MG Coy AIF Right: Harry and Susannah married in Aylsham, England on June 4, 1919
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F YOU ATTENDED the Maleny Schools (including the Witta School) and started at the Maleny High School from 1961 to 1966, you’re invited to the annual Classes Reunion, Sunday September 18 at the Maleny Pioneer Village. Join us if you enjoyed the occasion last year and want to catch up with school friends outside these years. You’ll be welcome as there will be past students you’ll remember. Please bring your classmates. The more the merrier!
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The Open Day will showcase family history displays, Maleny’s heritage-listed places; with a welcome and presentations at noon, including an update on Glenferna, morning tea and lunch available. Visit 7 Bryce Lane, Maleny and bring your gold coin donation. Contact Desley - email@example.com or phone: 0428 942 288. Find out more: www.historicalsocietymaleny.com or check out the school photos on Facebook.
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Morning teas are in... Make new friends at Flaxton Barn Come along to a relaxing, friendly morning tea and meet others that have recently moved to this area. Hosted by Debbie Martin, a newish local herself, who says, "Don’t be stuck at home not knowing anyone, join our morning tea group, chat over coffee and get to know someone new." The "make new friends" morning tea will be held at 10.30am on the first Friday of each month. Come along to the next one at Flaxton Barn on Friday, September 2. It’s a relaxing and non-intimidating way to have a coffee and meet some fresh faces! Flaxton Barn is known for its home-cooked delights, quirky and beautiful gift shop, and lovely space where you can relax on the deck overlooking the magnificent Blackall Range. You are welcome to bring along a friend or a neighbour to 445 Flaxton Drive, Flaxton. Cost is $10. To find out more phone 5445 7321 or 0409 746 446.
And throw in a fashion parade too… Book in for a fashion parade and delicious morning tea presented by the Maleny Catholic Ladies. The charity event supports Sister Christine Henry, Coordinator of QLD Downs and West Community Support (DWCS) Mission, who says, "Sometimes just a visit or a chat over a cuppa is all these families need to feel supported." See the fashions by Simply Stylish and shoes by Imelda’s on Maple. Held 9.30am on Friday, September 16, at the Pat Daley Function Centre, Maleny Catholic Church, 45 Cedar Street. Entry is only $10 and there's a multi-draw raffle and lucky door prize. Bookings essential, phone Pam: 5494 2487.
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NDREW FROM Purple Palate has lots of events coming up including:
Instore Tasting-Morambro Creek & Jip Jip Rocks When: Friday 2nd September 4.00 - 7.00pm Where: Purple Palate Maleny Store Cost: Complimentry Brew Crew & Trivia Quiz Come along, and drink the specialty selected beers, from Australia's Best Brewers. As well a Trivia Quiz to blitz your brain, with Jens Woodfired Pizza and hosted by Graham Reeks-Beer officianado and Quiz
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Master. Get in quick to book as it will be a limited number event. When: Saturday 10 September at 2pm Where: Finbars of Maleny 12 Bicentenary Lane Maleny Cost: $30/person, limited numbers RSVP: Instore, phone 5494 2499 or email email@example.com
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Spring vibes Celebrate Father’s Day at the Maroochy Bushland Botanic Gardens in Tanawha. Arrive at the Maroochy Arts and Ecology Centre between 11am and 3pm for day of free entertainment, on Sunday 4 September.. Bring a picnic and enjoy live music, performances, storytelling, nest box building, solitary bee presentations, bush games, kite making, cat’s claw weaving and cooking demonstrations. You can also view the finalists of the 2016 Sunshine Coast Environment Photography Awards exhibition in a stunning bushland setting. Coffee, chai and sweet treats available for purchase. On Father's Day, enjoy a day in our great outdoors like Diego and his dad Juan Perez
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Not only that, but Dad will be joining some other fab fathers, like Daniel Merrett, Mitch Robinson and Trent West from the Brisbane Lions. Add to this a barbeque (naturally), with a free sausage brekky (first come, first served), the annual Koala Throwing Competition (toys, of course!), pony trails and a major draw prize.
Two garden-themed art workshops are also held in Kenilworth Town Hall: Botanical Art on Saturday 3 September and Garden Sculpture from Junk on Sunday 4 September.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Entrants need to be at the Zoo from 10am-2pm to enter.
Add to this the perfectly placed Cheese Factory opposite one of the best playgrounds in the Hinterland, and the whole family can have food and fun.
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September 3 and 4 sees the Kenilworth Arty Garden Party, where you can visit four open country gardens, with walks and talks on subjects such as bush regeneration, bee-keeping and bushfoods. Sculpture, food and music will also feature.
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Australia Zoo is welcoming dads who think they’re fast enough to the Father’s Day Challenge on a giant inflatable obstacle course - with an Oztent RV5 for the winner!
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NLY MINUTES AWAY from Woodford town centre awaits a charming train ride experience at the heritage Woodford Railway. Enthusiasts and members of the Australian Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Society greet those who wish to nestle in the open carriages that are pulled along by a diesel locomotive. I was welcomed by Brian Webber, the group’s publicity officer, who talked about the station’s history. “In 1970 we acquired the land and started building. There was nothing here back then. Everything you see came by road. The station building is authentic Queensland Rail. “The carriages were originally used for carrying bagged sugar from Mossman Mill to Port Douglas. And the locomotive bearing the name Netherdale is from a sugar mill in the Mackay district.” The station and train is run by a group of dedicated and experienced volunteers: Ian sold tickets while drivers Terry and Neil prepared the engine. Davo made sure the passengers boarded safely while Greg, the esteemed guard, clipped tickets and offered a joke or two before taking up his position in the rear engine. As the locomotive worked its way along the track, sun streamed into open carriages and passengers chatted whilst enjoying views of bushland and Shetland ponies. Excitement on the faces of children told its own story. Five minutes down the line some alighted at ‘Champagne and Roses Bed and Breakfast’. They enjoyed morning tea while others relaxed in the bush setting then stayed on for lunch. Jack the male peacock strutted his stuff, delighting young and old.
On our return to Woodford Station I spoke with youngster, Connor Smith from Ningi, who had previously not been on a train ride. When asked what he thought of the experience, he nailed it in one word, “Fantastic!” The train operates on the first and third Sunday of each month and runs every half hour between 10am and 3.30pm. Fares range between $3 and $6 with family tickets available. Toilets, picnic and barbeque facilities with power are available on site and include amenities for the disabled. Trains can also be chartered for special events or groups such as school excursions, family gatherings or specific interest groups. The railway is also available for weddings. Next year, a steam-powered train could transport you and your guests with the wedding service and catering at nearby ‘Champagne and Roses’. One cannot help but be refreshed and enthralled by the history and sheer friendliness of the whole experience. Just turn at water tower in Woodford to find the Woodford Railway in Margaret Street. For more information regarding events or volunteering phone Brian Webber on (07) 3354 2140 or check out the website: www.angrms.org.au
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HE MALENY ARTS and Crafts Group Quilters will hold their biennial Quilt Show at the Main Pavilion, Maleny Showgrounds on September 24 and 25. It will be open from 9am-4pm Saturday and 9am -3pm Sunday. The two years since the last quilt show have gone by quickly, but the members have been busy and there will be a great range on display, including traditional, modern and art quilts. Also on display are our challenge quilts. Visitors will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite quilt. The raffle first prize is a brightly coloured quilt made by the members, featuring Kaffe Fassett fabric and using the Shimmering Triangles pattern by Jenny Bowker. It has been beautifully quilted by Swandale Quilting.
The second prize is a beautiful array of Japanese fabric donated by Fabrics with Panache. Third prize is a quilt kit, including fabric and pattern donated by members of the Quilting Group. A â€˜Tradersâ€™ Alleyâ€™ will give visitors the opportunity to purchase fabric and other quilting notions. There will be spot prizes given out during the two days of the show, and the chance to win the bag, cushion or table runner of your choice with our bag pod. Entry is $5 for adults which complimentary cup of tea or coffee.
For more information please visit malenyartsandcrafts.blogspot.com.au or visit them on Facebook.
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a chemical cocktail slips through your veins.
Seconds tease, minutes taunt, ravaged hours fall to the floor. tick, tock, tick, tock, Gloating clock why don’t you stop! White coats flap in quiet despair Your head lies wrapped in cotton bright, Tired beauty, courage raw, stark reality on white sheets. Forty years of life your gift to those of us who crossed your path, we pray for life or release whichever is your journey’s choice. Seconds mock, the needle drips a wan smile flutters on your lips, Lisa and Gay during happier times, on a cruise together
“Remember when,” your words begin, “our cruise…Pacific Islands green,” Memories quicken, breathing life,
Every now and then you might want to return a particular purchase to the store for a refund or exchange but you might be confused about your legal rights. Your confusion is undoubtedly increased when you see stores displaying signage stating that the store will not give a refund for certain items. Items where I have sometimes seen ‘no refund’ signs are on products such as sale items, swimwear, sunglasses, or opened products. These signs are misleading. Although retailers do not have to exchange or refund perfect goods, they cannot contract out of their obligation to provide you with a refund if the goods or services that you purchased: •
Have a fault that you could not have known about at the time of purchase;
Are not the same as the description provided by the salesperson or advertisement;
Do not match the sample you were shown at the time of purchase; and/or
Do not do the job as you were led to believe.
transporting us to places lost, T'S GAY LIDDINGTON been writing for nearly forty years and so many pieces have never seen the light of day.
Recently four of Gay's poems were published in an anthology entitled "Driftwood - An exciting collection of stories and poems by Mackay Writers Group". Following is one piece that she hasn't aired prior to it being published. Gay said, "Lisa was my friend and Sydney work colleague. She used to challenge me to write and would say, "If not now, when?" Cancer claimed her 10 years ago. She died three weeks before her 40th birthday. Missing Lisa."
and for a time we beat the clock with its voracious appetite. We sip on cocktails, sail first-class, eat fine food and dance ‘till dawn. Holding hands across white sheets stories waltz on memory’s floor. Seconds tease, minutes taunt, ravaged hours fall to the floor, tick, tock, tick, tock,
You are not entitled to a refund if you: •
Simply change your mind or no longer want the goods;
Realise you can’t afford the goods;
Found the same item at a cheaper price elsewhere;
Chose the wrong size or colour;
Knew about the particular fault prior to purchase; and/or
Were responsible for causing the fault.
Greedy clock, why don’t you stop?
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Landsborough Art Group Are You Ready? comes to Montville L
The knitting is completed The cooking is done. Blooms are arranged Photos are hung. Lego creations positioned Wood chop blocks collected. Jumps are in place. Banners are hung Stock in the yards. Pigs ready to race. Side shows are erected. Chip cookers are ready to go All we need now is ... YOU
Kenilworth Show and Rodeo Saturday September 17, 2016
ANDSBOROUGH ART GROUP has been a ‘painting and drawing for pleasure’ group, since it began in 1995. More recently, however, many of the group have memberships and experience with organisations and major painting groups, including the Pastel Society of Australia, so their quality artwork is exhibited more widely. No actual classes are run, but help is freely given, with members meeting on Monday mornings. Over the years, painters from a wide area have generously shared their knowledge and skills; many coming from Caloundra, Glass House Mountains, Eudlo, Mooloolah Valley and Beerburrum. The Montville Hall Art Exhibition, which runs to the end of September, is exhibiting 25 artworks by seven Landsborough Art Group members. Jacky Gibson is a relatively new artist in the group, whose painting hobby she says, “became an obsession”. You can see her colourful and detailed oil paintings. Anne McArthur learnt her art skills through workshops when living in Western Queensland and continues to learn from the Pastel Society of Australia demonstrations and enters occasional competitions. Anne paints in oils and pastels, frequently featuring scenes in the warm outback ochre colours. Wendy Kirkwood’s art often features beautiful detailed birds painted in acrylic, as she is an experienced bird watcher. Wendy also paints in other mediums, and generously volunteered to repaint some restored mannequins for the
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Jacky Gibson and six other artists from Landsborough Art Group will have work displayed at Montville Hall this month
Landsborough Historical Museum. Marguerite Colledge acquired her watercolour and oils skills through many different qualified sources, with her artwork on display in Queensland and in several different countries. Her fine watercolour cards and pictures are a real delight, and she has also assisted charity through her art. All exhibited artworks are very reasonably priced and are available for purchase through the Montville Hall Coordinator. Other exhibiting artists are: Una Robinson, Linda Moore and Helen Wyn.
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Book in with three authors Ross Watkins
One Photo is a picture book about love, loss and legacy – with a heartwarming ending. Told from the perspective of a boy whose father is suddenly acting strangely, the story explores the impact early onset Alzheimer’s can have on family, as well as creating a legacy through photography. One Photo, written by Ross Watkins and illustrated by Liz Anelli, aims to create a way for children and parents to talk about the confusion often surrounding Alzheimer’s, but also to celebrate the tenderness and small surprises of such difficult times. Ross will share his influences in writing One Photo at Rosetta Books on September 21, at 5.30pm for 6pm start. $10 entry, includes wine and nibbles.
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On October 13, Errol Bishops will be talking about his novel, Ghost Galleon, from 1-2.30pm. This adventure about the 15th century shipwreck will have you on the edge of your seat. Join Errol as he talks about bringing to life the Stradbroke Galleon legend. Take a journey back to the Age of Discovery. Venture with the Portuguese as they travel to our foreign land and interact with Aboriginal people. Learn about the fascinating facts behind this Stradbroke Island legend. Although this event is free, bookings essential, so contact Maleny Library on 5475 8989.
Whatever you are celebrating – welcoming a precious new baby into the world, committing to your life partner, renewing your marriage vows or farewelling a loved one – creating a ceremony that befits your personality is something that you should approach with your head as well as your heart. phone: 0429 997 771 www.montvilleweddingcelebrant.com.au
Kate Knapp The Woombye Community Library is hosting a special event which would be great for grandparents, their young grandchildren and families to attend. Local artist and author of the Ruby Red Shoes series, Kate Knapp, will give a presentation about her work on Friday Sep 23, 10-11am at the Lower Hall, Woombye School of Arts. RSVP by September 19. There will be books, RRR toys, cards, stationery and tableware for sale from Kate’s company twigseeds.com The target audience is young children ages 3-8 but Julie RoacheDoherty from Berkelouw Books says that the older ladies love these books. Kate’s new book, Ruby Red Shoes goes to London is due for release in December. Woombye Community Branch of the Bendigo Bank will be providing Ruby Red ice creams for the kids.
Book Bites with Anne Brown of
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Phone 5435 2134
Les Parisiennes by Anne Sebba What did it feel like to be a woman living in Paris from 1939 to 1949? These were years of fear, power, aggression, courage, deprivation and secrets until, finally, renewal and retribution. Even in the darkest moments of Occupation, glamour was ever present. French women wore lipstick. Why? Sabba’s fascinating cast includes both native Parisian women and those living in Paris temporarily: American women and Nazi wives, spies, mothers, mistresses, and fashion and jewellery designers. Some, like the heiress Béatrice Camondo or novelist Irène Némirovsky, converted to Catholicism; others like lesbian racing driver Violette Morris embraced the Nazi philosophy; only a handful, like Coco Chanel, retreated to the Ritz with a German lover. In enthralling detail Sebba explores the aftershock of the Second World War. Although politics lies at its heart, Les Parisiennes is the first in-depth account of the everyday lives of women and young girls in this most feminine of cities.
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
To the Bright Edge of the World
Here Comes the Postman
by Ewoyn Ivey
by Marianne Dubuc
Part intrepid adventure, part deeply affecting romance, this firstclass novel is, at its heart, a love letter to the 'vast and cold beauty' of the last frontier, Alaska. In the winter of 1885, Lieutenant Colonel Allen Forrester sets out with his men on an expedition into the newly acquired territory of Alaska. Their objective: to travel up the ferocious Wolverine River, mapping the interior and gathering information on the region’s potentially dangerous native tribes. With a young and newly pregnant wife at home, Forrester is anxious to complete the journey with all possible speed and return to her. But once the crew passes beyond the edge of the known world, there’s no telling what awaits them. A stunning and intriguing novel combining the epic adventurous sweep of Alaska with minutely beautifully observed details - the reader finishes it wiser and richer.
“Here Comes the Postman” is latest work from awardwinning author and illustrator, Marianne Dubuc. Have you ever taken a peek inside a rabbit’s toilet or entered the house of a crocodile? Join Mr Postmouse on his daily rounds and visit the extraordinary homes of Mr Bear, Senor Snake, Madam Dung Fly, The Penguins and many other animals. The colourful, whimsical illustrations offer so many exhilarating details that this book invites and provides endless browsing.
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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 Mon - Tues CLOSED
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. Our ethically chosen products are hard to find & becoming rarer - even now they are collector items.
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Arts Connect Inc. Open Studios: various locations September 24-25 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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The Garden Haus Gallery Unchartered, the space between by Annie McIntosh & Amica Whincop September 12 – October 6
Art on Cairncross Sublime Beauty by Johanna De Maine September 3-25
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Montville Art Gallery Artist of the Month: Lucette Da Lozzo Until September 30
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The Garden Haus Gallery Exhibition by Deann Cumner Until September 12
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Obi Valley Woodworks 430 Hunsley Road, COOLABINE (Obi Valley) Ph: 5472 3996 cedarcreations.com.au
OPEN Sat & Sun: 10:00-4:00
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.
Rick Everingham Studio/Gallery 26 Thynne Court MALENY Ph: 07 5435 2323 Mob: 0488 594 616 email@example.com 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.
Art and Wellbeing Traditional & Contemporary Maori Art, Workshops & Retreats Ph: 0450 521 136 artandwellbeing.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Spittle is a New Zealand Maori Contemporary Artist based in Maleny, who finds it hard to define herself as a painter, weaver or mixed media artist. Go ONLINE to view her work or find out about her upcoming weaving workshops and retreats. Works now showing at MAD and Forest Art Collective, Maleny.
Art on Cairncross 3 Panorama Place Cairncross Corner MALENY
Ph: 5429 6404 artoncairncross.com.au
OPEN Tues - Sun: 10:00 - 5:00
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.
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Wander down the garden path through The Gardens nursery to discover ‘The Garden Haus Gallery’ exhibiting local artists 34 Mountain View Rd changing regularly.
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PH: 5499 9928 Ask us about our
upcoming art workshops.
OPEN Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 4:30 Sat & Sun: 8:00 - 4:30
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Shop 2/30 Maple Street MALENY Ph: 0413 885 220 email@example.com malenyartdirect.com.au OPEN Daily
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, Barbara Nye, Heather Jones, Janna Pameijer, David Bongiorno and Elizabeth Sek. Special Guest Artists: Jen Banks, David Miller and Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts Group.
Forest Art Collective 20 Coral Street, MALENY
Ph: 0427 607 628 firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN Tue to Sun: 10:00-2:00
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.
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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HORIZON FESTIVAL on the Hinterland Feature Artist Montville Art Gallery
A festival of arts and culture organised by the Sunshine Coast Regional Council: talks, engaging sculpture, block party, art competitions, workshops, design technology, culinary delights, visual art and music will all be on the menu served up over ten days from September 2 to 11. Here are events on this side of the range…
“Ainsie Va La Vie” Lucette Da Lozzo
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uCETTE WAS boRn and educated in belgium. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Mons in 1967. A short time later, she married her Italian husband, Louis, now also a well respected artist. Together they embarked on a journey that changed their lives for ever. Their travels took them to many exotic places finally settling in noumea in new Caledonia where they spent several years painting volcanic landscapes. Their urge to travel soon returned and they headed for Australia. It was love at first sight. “We both knew immediately that we had found our paradise and would spend the rest of our days living and painting in Australia.” Lucette told us. “During the 1970s when our children were small we led a bohemian life travelling throughout Australia before settling in noosa and then later on moving to the Gold Coast.” Lucette exhibited her paintings throughout Australia and in French Polynesia, belgium and the united States throughout the 70’s and 80’s. She was well known for her delightful, romantic impressionistic paintings depicting young children frolicking in beautiful garden settings. Today, Lucette’s paintings reflect her subconscious mind. “My mind is now my studio and the canvas is my mirror,” Lucette explained. “I feast on what the world has to offer and then, I sleep and let my dreams cast their magic. on awakening, I use my hands as the vehicle of expression.” “My choice of medium has become more elaborate in recent years. I like to combine oils, acrylics and inks to create a symphony of multimedia. I lose myself in the hypnotic melodies of classic composers such as Chopin and Mozart and paint to the music.” “From dreams to music, Lucette manages to capture on canvas emotions and sensations which leaves collectors waiting in anticipation for what she will produce next,” Gallery owner, Tony Page, told us. “We are delighted to have Lucette as out feature artist for the month of September.” Open daily from 10 to 5, the Montville Art Gallery is located at 138 Main Street, Montville, opposite the Village Green. From September 1st, Lucette’s paintings will be featured under ‘Exhibitions’ on the gallery’s website: www.montvilleartgallery.com.au
Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2016 Finalists will be showcased in a Caloundra Regional Gallery exhibition that will include some of Australia’s leading contemporary artists. The 40 finalists selected from a record 625 entries encompass a diverse range of media including painting, photography, printmaking, textiles and watercolour. The exhibiting artists represent an exciting mix of established and emerging practitioners from across the country, including six Sunshine Coast based artists.
3 Children’s Eco-Arts Fest All morning from 9am - 12pm, a special mini-festival site will be set up next to Crystal Waters Market, Conondale. Entry is free and activities are also free - parents are welcome to participate.
Join in on eco arts activities by local artists, weaving with natural fibres to create a shared sculpture. Inspiration drawn by nature and take part in a series of family fun ecoarts pursuits all morning. Enter into the children’s nature photography exhibition. www.ethosfoundation.org
3 Artist Talk and Drawing Workshop Spend a day at Montville Country Cabins with 2015 Sunshine Coast Art Prize winner, Robert Fenton. Join Robert for a talk about developments and inspirations from his Montville residency and about his ongoing series 'The Happy Kleptomaniac'. Plus see demonstrations and participate in some fun drawing exercises, 10am – 2.30pm, $25 inc. morning tea and lunch, bookings essential, limited numbers. www.gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Children’s Eco-Arts Fest
Lucette DaLozzo our Artist of the Month for September 2016
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138 Main Street, Montville Opposite the ‘V Village illage Green’ Open daily: 10 - 5 Phone: 5442 9211 www www.montvilleartgallery.com.au .montvilleartgallery.com.au
3-4 Kenilworth Arty Garden Party A botanical trail of open gardens, workshops, talks, design, sculpture, music and food. A free self-guided tour of gardens includes sculpture and floral art. Two one-day workshops on botanical Art and Garden Sculpture from recycled materials will be held in Kenilworth Town Hall. For $10, visitors will see four gardens featuring a variety of walks and talks, sculpture, music and food. Visitors will be able to make their own garden sculptures from junk at one of the garden-themed workshops held in Kenilworth Hall over the weekend. Elli Schlunke will hold the sculpture workshop (all materials provided) on Sunday and a botanical drawing workshop will be held on Saturday. Tickets at St Luke's Church Hall in Philip St, Kenilworth. www.kenilwortharts.org.au
3-11 Karimarnbun Kunkorbarn – Pandanus Learn traditional natural fibre basket weaving from elders Christine nabobbob and Priscilla badari of the Kunwinjku language group from Gunbalanya community, West Arnhem Land. Keepers of the cultural knowledge that has been passed down their matriarchal line of weavers. Facilitated by local artist and weaver, Rene bahloo of Weavery. Coil basket workshop, 10am-12noon, $50, book at beerwah Library (September 6); Maleny Library (September 9). For more times and locations go to www.weavery.com.au
3-25 Sublime Beauty by Johanna De Maine Experience world-class arts practice without leaving the Hinterland. Johanna De Maine is widely acknowledged for her remarkable skills and creativity with porcelain. Her international standing has been gained over four decades and she has prepared a new exhibition, aptly titled Sublime Beauty for ‘Art on Cairncross’. Porcelain is a notoriously delicate medium, but add in the vagaries of multiple firings, lustres and gold and Johanna’s true expertise becomes apparent. Her dedication to her art cannot be understated, as there are hours of research and experimentation behind every piece. new works include some of her fine carving with the added texture and colour of raised enamel, but also a slightly different direction with neriage works.This technique originated in Japan and entails introducing colour directly into the clay before it is shaped. Johanna then throws her pots and the results are delightful swirls of subtle blues enhancing the form
of each vessel. In a further development, she has wood-fired some of these bringing yet more intriguing results. It is this level of commitment to her chosen art form which has found her works winning multiple awards and acquired into collections including HM The Queen and The national Gallery of Australia. www.artoncairncross.com.au
4 and 11 Louise King performs Music lovers can expand their horizons with not one, but two Sunday afternoon concerts. Celebrate the beauty, joy and genius of bach's music with cello and sparkling harpsichord at Bach Odyssey, 3pm September 4, at Montville Village Hall. Explore a virtuosic collection of art music, written for solo cello, inspired by landscape, horizon and place with Horizons, 3pm September 11, at Lift Gallery, Maleny. Hear internationally renowned English cellist Louise King on baroque and modern cello with guest artist Huguette brassine on harpsichord. These afternoon concerts feature exquisite music by J.S. bach, Peter Sculthorpe, Paul Stanhope, betty beath, Sarah Hopkins, Iain Grandage and Sally beamish, and promise virtuosity, elegance and lyricism. Tickets $20-$40 concession, children under 12 free, book: www.cellodreaming.com.au
10 Embrace of the Serpent With the kind co-operation of the Maleny Film Society, the Caloundra Film Festival will close its main programme for Horizon, apart from its Student Showcase, at this home of fine cinema on the range. Join us for this special night of food and film, from 6pm, Maleny Community Centre, 23 Maple Street. www.caloundrafilm festival.com
Louise King performs
11 Dangerous Song Dangerous Song is a free performance by Linsey Pollak and Lizzie o'Keefe, 3 – 4pm at the black box Theatre, old Ambulance Station, nambour. It combines the human voice with the sounds of endangered and extinct animals. This sonic world is mirrored by projections of the natural world onto a semi-transparent screen which surrounds the two performers. Linsey plays animal calls using a midi wind controller where breath, lip pressure and fingering, control real animal-call samples. He uses live looping technology to instantaneously record layers of music as he plays. Lizzie joins him weaving her voice in and out of the musical landscape of animal sounds that Linsey provides. www.dangeroussong.com. Find out more: www.horizonfestival.com.au
Sublime Beauty by Johanna De Maine
Art on Cairncross presents
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Johanna De Maine September 3rd to 25th, 2016 3 Panorama Place, Cairncross Corner, Maleny. P.07- 54296404 E. email@example.com Gallery open - Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm
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T IS REALLy HARDLy surprising that bill Shorten is proving reluctant to co-operate with the new government he so nearly toppled. After all, when the Liberals were in opposition from 2010 to 2013, they had a policy of remorselessly opposing anything and everything that the government suggested. Tony Abbott extravagantly sauced Julia Gillardâ€™s goose, and now Shorten is applying a touch of relish to Malcolm Turnbullâ€™s gander; what goes around comes around. but Turnbull and his colleagues, egged on (of course) by the Murdoch media marauders, are outraged: how dare they act against the national interest? Why, Shorten committed - well, agreed at least tacitly â€“ to $6.5 billion spending cuts, a key first step in the urgent task of budget repair. He must make good his pledge; do election promises count for nothing (donâ€™t mention 2010)? This is all good rhetoric, but it unfortunately avoids the facts. Sure, Shortenâ€™s platform was for spending cuts, but they were not for the purpose of budget repair; they were to pay for his other policies, most notable the promise to fully fund the Gonski education reforms. And for that matter, despite all the bluster, Turnbull is not all that interested in budget repair either: his $6.5 billion would only be a down payment for this national economic plan for $50 billion worth of cuts for the corporate sector. Shorten has said he is prepared to negotiate over the budget, but Turnbull is showing no signs of doing so; despite fulsome (the correct word) overtures to the crossbenchers he has so far offered to give the official opposition nothing. This is his right: his mandate (and it his only mandate) is to propose his own agenda. but in the circumstances it is hardly helpful, particularly after all his soft words about the need for consultation, consensus and so on and so forth. Admittedly, he has problems of his own. If he made any concessions at all his recalcitrant party room could cause major ructions; indeed, the hard-liners are already demanding that he and Scott Morrison water down the proposed changes to superannuation in the interests of their own greedy supporters.
our beleaguered Prime Minister will have a hard enough time holding he line to preserve his own $6.5 billion package before having to deal with the opposition. And it is clear that Tony Abbott is lurking more prominently by the day; his supposedly conciliatory speech last week, saying that his much-lauded (by his retinue) assaults might have been a little too toxic, has been seen as a signal that he is at least attempting a rapprochement with the Liberal moderates. Turnbull cannot risk giving the right wing any more elbow room. Which means that in the end he will have to be just as hard-line as Shorten, and the hell with the national interest. It is trendy to lament the lack of a bipartisan spirit in todayâ€™s parliament but as a long term observer of the process, I can tell you that it was ever thus. Probably the most bloody-minded opposition in living memory was not that of Abbott (although he gave it a shake) but the coalition that found itself in the wilderness in 1972 when Gough Whitlam took power. The Libs and the nats simply refused to accept it as reality; after all, they had sat firmly on the Treasury benches for 23 long years. This was the natural order of things; it was not so much that they were born to rule, but destiny itself had decreed it. The rich man at his castle, the poor man at his gate; God made them high and lowly, he ordered their estate. They sang along with it every Sunday â€“ at least some of them did. So it was not only their right but their bounden duty to say no to everything until the natural order was returned. Despite the many frustrations, Whitlam and his ministers managed to pass a raft of reform measures, but it was a tortuous process. They resorted, when they could, to regulation rather than legislation, thus by-passing parliament. And for the big ones â€“ especially Medibank, the forerunner of Medicare â€“ they went to a double dissolution and a joint sitting of parliament. This, perhaps, was the inspiration for Turnbullâ€™s crash through strategy, but unlike the example of 1974, it appears likely to crash.
And of course that will add another item in the growing list of Turnbullian failures, all gleefully noted by the Abbott camp. The man is trying; last week his spin doctors trumpeted a major oration, a powerful statement of economic policy and the need to do something about it. but the timing was terrible; not only was the country distracted by the olympics and Australiaâ€™s failure to win the expected tally of medals (which in some strange way will also be blamed on Turnbull â€“ just watch) but protestors drowned out not only the headlines but most of the message. not that there was all that much message; Turnbull waxed ominously about the morass in which we were sinking, but did not suggest a remedy except to demand the Shorten pass the afore-mentioned $6.5 billion spending cuts. Even if that happens, and all the signs are that it wonâ€™t, it will make bugger all difference. The only thing that might help is a radical, practical plan from Turnbull that unites not only his own party, or even the parliament, but the entire nation. There was a time that the optimists hoped that he would be the man to do it, but those days are long gone. And even when Labor announces that there will be no automatic pairing of absent government members, this is regarded as some sort of deceit and hypocrisy: barnaby Joyce at least admitted that once again the Abbott mob played hard ball when it was in opposition, but hey, two wrongs donâ€™t make a right. The trouble with that homily is that for some reason it is always Labor that is expected to back away; when the coalition does it, thatâ€™s just the rough and tumble of politics. It is as if they, and we, expect higher standards from Labor; bullying and thuggery (and, of course, broken promises) from the conservatives are just a given. And perhaps the only reason we are not getting it from Turnbull at the moment is that he just doesnâ€™t have the numbers. DISCLAIMER: This views expressed in Mungoâ€™s column are his, and not necessarily the views of the HT team.
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Do you have a couple of hours to spare every 4-6 weeks to volunteer at the Signing Centre at Maleny Library? Maleny Library is one of two local Justice of the Peace Signing Centres in Maleny. We work every Monday from 9am - 1pm and every Friday from 1pm - 4pm throughout the year. We urgently need to increase our numbers and the team (pictured) is asking for your support. A justice of the peace can be a very rewarding role, and a valuable way of connecting with the community. JPs, either ‘Qualified’ or ‘Commissioner for Declarations’, perform a beneficial service, witnessing documents, statutory declarations and affidavits. They also help by witnessing and administering oaths and affirmations. A JP Qualified can also certify a true copy of an original document and a person’s identity. And, it’s worth noting, a JP Commissioner of Declarations does not issue search or arrest warrants or grant bail. If you're interested please contact Ruth Kuss on 0429 997 771 or email Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Maleny Apex proudly presents the annual Paws of Thunder Dog Race which is on again this September 11 at Maleny Showgrounds. We have a 10-race program with a ute jump competition at the end. bring your dog down and let them test their speed against their friends. Family fun with loads of activities for kids, including a jumping castle and great food from the barbie. $5 entry per race - proceeds to local students through Roadcraft Driver Education. The event started as a way to celebrate the involvement of the “working dog” in the farming history of Maleny and the surrounding district. The first year was a huge success, and further years saw even more dogs and their humans attend. Registration is at 8.30am, races start at 9am at Maleny Showgrounds. Please, no dangerous breeds.
If you are a newcomer to the Maleny District, or a local, then come along to the annual Welcome Dinner and find out more about the area you live in. Guest speakers from local community organisations will be there to inform you of some of the many activities you could become involved in within the area you now call home. Hosted by the Maleny blackall Range Lions Club, the evening’s entertainment also includes a raffle, lucky door prize and auction, whilst enjoying a gourmet meal provided by Tranquil Park Restaurant. There will be time to mingle with other guests and peruse the community information stands. An information pack will also be given to all newcomers. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased in Maleny from either Maleny Art Direct, 2/30 Maple Street, or Maleny optical, Shop 8, Riverside Centre. Tickets are selling fast so be sure to secure your seat. We look forward to meeting you on the night. For further information please contact John blyth on 5435 2759 or online at www.malenyblackallrange.qld.lions.org.au.
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C R E AT I V E C U T S The dragon and the turtle
Vix and the Slick Chix
Enjoy a relaxed Sunday afternoon with live music. The Dragon and the Turtle are an Australian/Hungarian duo who started their journey on the streets in Europe with a guitar and a flute. now their unique chilled vibes combine finger picking acoustic guitar, male/female harmonising vocals, flute and a variety of percussive instruments. Together with a looping pedal they create an original melodious soundscape which stirs the imagination. be sure not to miss this journey. See the duo at The Garden Maleny, September 18, 3-6pm. bookings essential.
Kenilworth Poets’ Breakfast For well over a decade, the Kenilworth Poets’ breakfast has delighted audiences, and this year there’s a great lineup of poets. Hosted by popular local poet Ian Mackay, there’s always room for the unannounced visitor. Entry cost defies inflation and stays at just $5 and there’s a range of breakfast fare to purchase. Located in the woodchop arena alongside the Kenilworth Showgrounds Hall, from 8am till around 11, Saturday october 1. The breakfast is hosted by the Conondale Range Conservation Association as part of the Kenilworth Arts Festival. Pop upstairs in the hall afterwards and take in the spectacular art exhibition.
"Vix and the Slick Chix" is a three-piece all-girl band that rocks the house! Straight up and into it, your ears are blessed and your feet cannot be stilled. A mixture of blues, soul and somewhere in between. you will be reminded of all those wonderful songs you thought you would never stop playing, and discover new favourites. Typical of a group of people playing with the love of music and fun as their only agenda, the sum is greater than the parts. but the parts are so wonderful! See them at Finbars, Sat 24, 7.30pm.
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Calling on local business owners, residents and visitors to join us for St Mary’s “welcome to spring celebration” in St Mary’s Community Hall on the village green Montville, 5.30pm to 7.30pm, Friday September 30. This is the church’s major fundraiser for 2016 - an exhibition of paintings of “Scenes of the Range” by the blackall Range Visual Artists. Try your luck winning a raffle of a beautiful painting, or perhaps a lucky door prize. Let’s celebrate the coming of spring together. For further information and to purchase tickets at $20 per person please contact Paula Randall: 5478 6181.
Music Muster Maleny Maleny Music Muster 2016 is a seven day celebration, from Monday 19 to Sunday 24 of music at the Maleny Pioneer Village, bryce Lane, Maleny. This event is presented by the Maleny Historical Society, and includes old time dance on Wednesday; Walk ups and bash Monday to Thursday; uke Day on Friday with a sunset dinner, and the Champion of Champions Talent Quest on Saturday – the winner competes in brisbane! Come and experience Maleny musos, award-winning artists and food stalls, Wednesday – Sunday. bush camps are available, with powered sites at the Showgrounds. For more information contact Harvey: 07 5494 4220.
Amazing solo by Lee Hardisty Lee has been touring the world with music for the past 15 years. His music is honest and lovingly heartfelt, focussed around his great love of his wife, his daughters, his garden and his community. His main instruments include saxophones, guitars, ukuleles, flute, tin whistle, recorders, kalimba, and keys. He has also begun to discover the banjo... Come and see acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Lee Hardisty at Finbars on Friday September 2, 7pm.
Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Fest
Annie McIntosh and Amica Whincop present a combined exhibition entitled Unchartered, the space between at The Garden Maleny, September 12 – october 6. Annie lives on a farm outside Peachester,and is an emerging artist, fulfilling the dream of painting her surrounding landscape and environs. Contemporary Australian artist, Amica (pictured), is recognised for her undulating ‘stone’ like forms which float gently around the canvas. Predominantly influenced by the intricacies of nature, art has always been her vehicle from which to channel peace, quiet the mind, and inspire her soul. Her hope is that this calm energy transfers to the viewer. 34
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Experiences like the Mitchell Creek Rock n blues Fest are designed to get you out of town and take you on an adventure that connects you with friends, soul and roots music and like-minded people, in an intimate and inspirational setting. From September 16-19, Friday 8amMonday 12 noon, this all-weekender festival features cracking music and two stages alternating continually next to each other - so you won’t miss a band or artist!! Limited tickets, and exclusive private campgrounds and byo at this Mary Valley event. Go to the website for more information: www.mitchellcreekrocknbluesfest.com.au or phone 0434 998 567. Kids under 12 free.
visual arts entertainment performance Australian Ballet Orchestra members in Eudlo
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Daniel Lopez, a violinist from brisbane, enjoyed his concerts here so much with Louise King he has persuaded musicians from the Australian opera and ballet orchestra in Sydney to play in Eudlo Hall on Sunday, September 11 at 3pm. The Sydney based Caro String Quartet (pictured) are only performing one other concert in brisbane, so this is quite a coup for Eudlo. Join us for an afternoon of Russian music, with the string quartets of Tchaikovsky and borodin and a photography exhibition by internationally acclaimed David Lazar. Expect a legendary afternoon tea and a bar as a fundraiser for Eudlo Hall, tickets at: www.eudlohall.org.au
MooFest Lease at Finbars “My name is Lisa but everyone calls me Lease, so years ago I decided that would be my stage name, I figured that I already had billboards everywhere, FoR LEASE on shops and buildings, how could I go wrong!” Lease has always had a passion for music, singing, songwriting and performance; singing in her first band at only 11years-old. She has years of live performance experience, many hours of recording experience and has worked with some amazing artists, and sung on multiple movie soundtracks for people like Alby Mangle. See Lease performing at Finbar’s on Friday 16 at 7pm.
This community music festival is in its second year, and boasts a great line-up and plenty of activities. Special guests for the festival are Selahphonic, Caitlyn Shadbolt (pictured) and stunt bike riders JC Epidemic! Plus the Gubbi Gubbi Group, Louise King, Steve and Ainsley Apirana, Change of Heart and Lisa Couper will all perform. We will also have a Kids Zone, market stalls, jumping castle, buskers and more. So come along to Mooloolah Valley recreation grounds, September 10, 11am-5.30pm. Entry fee is a gold coin donation to Fusion’s work with Sunny Coast youth. This is a drug and alcohol free event!
Local circus and physical theatre performance artist, Cindy Schwenn, will be presenting her solo show She Melts with multi-instrumentalist Sue Moxon, 7pm Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September at the Maleny Indoor Activity Centre (Maleny High). Aimed at teen and adult audiences, Cindy weaves physical theatre, circus aerials, dance and spoken word to tell a dark fairytale based upon her personal story. Sue Moxon presents a magical live original score using a multitude of intriguing instruments. Ticket are $25/$20. Pre-book online: cindyschwenn.com/performance. She Melts is part of the Horizon Sunshine Coast Festival program.
Kenilworth’s annual art festival centrepiece is the Kenilworth Art Competition with nine categories and prize money over $9,000, from 30 September to 3 october. Competition entries close on 12 September with entries received on 26 September. The September painting workshop series welcomes Stephen Cassettari’s Chinese brush Painting (24, 25), Lyn Diefenbach’s Portraits in oils (26-28) and Jenni Kelly’s Funtastic Acrylics (29, 30). but wait, there’s more: A Musical Afternoon Tea, Makers’ and Growers’ Market with street entertainment and line dancing to join. So come and enjoy a relaxed and arty october long weekend in Kenilworth. www.kenilwortharts.org.au HInTERLAnD TIMES – SEPTEMbER 2016
In the Wild
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PRInG HAS SPRunG and it’s a great time to think about increasing the habitat on your land for our local flora and fauna. From the smallest of backyards in town to working farms there’s something we can all do improve our own quality of life and ensure the survival of the animals and plants that have called this land home for millennia. Planting local native plants is a great start and with over 3500 different native species to choose from in South East Queensland, you could say we’re spoilt for choice! What’s more there are so many ways we can utilise native plants to provide benefits to ourselves, our land use and to provide habitat for native fauna. Create a native garden, revegetate creek banks, plant bushfood orchards, establish wind breaks, plant trees for livestock shelters and fodder, put in a firewood lot, plant timber trees, stabilise a landslip and what’s more create a healthy, happy, healing environment in which you and nature can enjoy life! When it comes to re-establishing habitat for our native fauna from scratch it can take decades or even centuries for some habitat types to be created. but you can speed up the process in your backyard by landscaping habitat into your garden. besides planting local native plants which provide
Conondale Memorial Recreation Park Join the ‘Meet in the Park’ event 10am - 1pm, Saturday, September 17 at Conondale Memorial Recreation Park, 1156 Maleny-Kenilworth Road, Elaman to find out about the Draft Master Plan for the park. Your feedback on the master planning process is vital and will be received until 5pm September 23. Visit Council’s website for details.
Register for Bike Week & Ride to Work Day There is something for all ages and cycling abilities this Sunshine Coast Bike Week, September 24 to October 2. The program is packed with events to get you out riding and most are free. On Ride to Work Day, Wednesday October 12, Council is hosting guided rides and celebratory breakfasts. Register now on Council’s website for Bike Week events and Ride to Work Day to win prizes!
Environment photography exhibition To see the 25 finalist images in the hotly contested 2016 Sunshine Coast Environment Photography Awards, head to Maroochy Bushland Botanic Gardens from September 2–11 or stay tuned for future touring locations. For more on the awards visit Council’s website or the exhibition visit horizonfestival.com.au
Crushed concrete for sale Crushed concrete is available at the Buderim and Caloundra Resource Recovery Centres. It can be used as a road base, for driveways or drainage and is available in three sizes costing from $20 to $23 per m2. The aggregate is made from crushed concrete and masonry waste, so it’s an environmentally sustainable choice.
Apply for a Minor Community Grant Does your not-for-profit community group need extra funding for a special project? Applications for grants of up to $2000 in a range of categories from the Minor Community Grants program are open until October 17. Visit Council’s website or call Council and to speak with a grants officer to find out more.
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food and shelter you can incorporate structural elements that provide habitat for native animals. bird baths and ponds provide valuable habitat for all those animals that need water (all of them!) Rock or timber retaining walls or garden edges provide homes for a range of lizards including skinks and gecko’s. Deep mulch not only controls weeds but also provides habitat for all of those little critters that improve your soil and feed other animals. nest boxes are also crucial in creating habitat for local fauna. Many birds and the majority of our arboreal mammals and reptiles require hollows in trees to nest, rest and survive. nest boxes can be installed on walls or poles in open areas and even on young trees only 5-10 years old such as Eucalypts and Wattles. Forest Heart your Local native Plant nursery stocks a huge range of SE QLD local native plants which are crucial in providing habitat for native fauna with the added bonus of looking great in your garden. We also stock Hollow Log Homes nest boxes, a great range of Fruit Trees, Grevillea cultivars and revegetation materials such as Plant Pink Tree Guards and palm fibre mulch mats. Remember it doesn’t have to be either us or them when it comes to our local wildlife, there’s plenty to share.
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.
Porters Lane Nursery opening times: Wednesday - Friday - 9am -3pm, Saturday 9am - 12pm
Box your way to fitness, try yoga for mums and bubs or strengthen your core with a special post natal exercise class. These are just some of the free Healthy Sunshine Coast programs that begin in October at a location near you. These programs are popular, spaces are limited and registration, via Council's website from September 14, is essential.
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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.
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The Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2016 exhibition, featuring some of Australia’s leading contemporary and emerging artists is at Caloundra Regional Gallery until October 2. A great range of public programs is on offer during the exhibition period including a floor talk with Art Prize judge Jane Deeth and a workshop with 2015 winner Robert Fenton. Visit Council's gallery website for more details.
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Stormwater Run Off
EFoRE THE RAIny season arrives rainwater runoff is an important issue to address on your property. Swales are linear depressed channels that collect and transfer Stormwater. They can be grass lined or densely vegetated in larger areas. Rock or concrete lined swales are useful for steeper grades to prevent erosion and slow down water. Good designs can make them both attractive and functional. Factors to consider: Size of catchment area, does it include runoff from other adjoining properties? Are there any blocked drains, over grown ditches or debris that have hindered or changed the natural water course. How much water could need to be handled in extreme rainfall situations, gradient of surface, soil type, surrounding vegetation and shady or sunny site. Where can the water be channelled safely minimising erosion and
damage to yours or neighbouring properties. There may be a need for additional structures such as storm water pits, grates or culverts under driveways etc. Its important to give careful consideration to the many factors that can affect the design and management of Stormwater.
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What future for Conondale Memorial Recreation Park? The community is invited to have their say as Sunshine Coast Council develops the Conondale Memorial Recreation Park Draft Master Plan. “This will include a Meet us at the Park event on Saturday, September 17, 10am-1pm, at Conondale Memorial Recreation Park, plus feedback forms and a dedicated email address or phone number available to all community members,” Councillor Jenny McKay said. Share your views by contacting the consultants otium Planning on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 3040 6658. Submissions close 5pm Friday, September 23.
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Can you control genetics? on September 9, learn how your environment and choices can influence your genetic expression, with a free Epigenetics and Health talk by William Hughes, from 10.30am-12noon. Modern science suggests you can control parts of your genetic makeup with things like exercise, diet, stress control and lifestyle. Learn how to interact positively with your environment. bookings essential, call Kenilworth Library: 5475 8989.
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Messy Church meets first Sunday of each month, 4pm - 6pm at St George’s Anglican Church, 2 Walkers Dr Maleny. Includes all ages (children must be accompanied with an adult), storytelling, craft, fun and a meal to conclude. Donation to assist with craft and food resources. Ph: 5435 2941.
Hinterland Annual Events
School holiday fun at the libraries From Minecraft animation, Pirate days, ozobots, Pokemon stations, "Dahlicious" Roald Dahl sessions, engineering builds, and for Masters in Lego… there are sessions all over our Hinterland and Coast, every week day of the school holidays. bookings open on September 12 via: www.library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.
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
CycleFest takes in Montville The GIAnT Sunshine Coast CycleFest brings elite and amateur riders together for an action packed weekend of two-wheeled fun. Held September 24 and 25, the weekend includes a range of events, such as a timed King and Queen of the Mountain Challenge up Montville, Gran and Piccolo Fondos, Street Crit, and open Road Races.
Ironman time be a part of history when the Ironman 70.3 World Championship heads Down under for the very first time. Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast is one of the best races in the world in one of the best destinations in Australia. Qualify and have the race of your life, or be a spectator - excellent viewing!
oR REASonS I can’t completely fathom, one of the things that makes me happiest in life is looking out my window and seeing the same pair of Pale-headed Rosellas returning every year to nest in the hollow of a Coral Tree, Erythrina X sykesii, right next to my house. “A Coral tree right next to your house!?”, I hear the knowing ones amongst you gasp! yes, they can be dangerous, and regularly fall apart, but fortunately I know a highly skilled arborist who can keep it safe by trimming it every year or two. Incidentally, Erythrina is a very interesting genus, important in the Aztec culture. The seeds are supposed to be a female aphrodisiac and
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 December: Mary Valley Tomato Festival; Christmas celebrations; Woodford Folk Festival
sedative when ingested. unfortunately, they are also poisonous, and can be fatally toxic. The hollow faces north East, making it prime real estate for birds and animals, protected from the cold southerly wind and rain, and open to the warm winter sun and cooling summer breezes. This pair are always so excited every year when they return. They remind me of a young human couple who have just moved in to their first home in prestigious north Maleny. Seeing the happiness of these birds
in their home always reminds me of the importance of trying to keep and maintain habitat spaces for the birds and animals that we are sharing this planet with.
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Beerwah CWA members Cath Stuart and Sharyn Wild invite you to their next market, on September 3
HE bEERWAH ToWER Green Markets are run by the powerhouse ladies at the beerwah CWA. The combined efforts of all members has seen the steady growth of the markets, now into its third year. Situated in the hall and grounds of the CWA on Simpson Street, beerwah, and spilling out onto the Tower Green, the markets showcase the local talents of artists, handmade crafters and such. A highlight on market days is the CWA Stall. Jam packed with handmade items, and homemade pickles, relishes, jams and cakes, the stall is not to be missed. Sharyn Wild and Cath Stuart are a creative force to be reckoned with, producing beautiful and unique handmade items each market. Most recently Cath, an avid crocheter, won first prize in the Division Crochet and Knitting Competition. Her three-piece baby outfit now heads off to States for the next round of judging. you will find beautiful hand crocheted baby clothes, booties, hats, toys and accessories and so much more on the stall. The CWA ladies love all things handmade and the markets provide a perfect platform for other local talents to share their wares in the community. The CWA ladies get together once a month to chat, craft and enjoy great company. For further details about becoming a stall holder at the beerwah Tower Green Markets, or the CWA craft days, please contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIRST SATuRDAy oF THE MonTH 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
Hinterland Harvest Market A feast of Fresh Flavours, every Saturday 6am - 11am (starting Sept 17), connecting real food with real people. Suncoast Church carpark, Kiel Mtn Rd, Woombye. Contact Helen Langlois 0416 217 093 www.hinterlandharvestmarket.com.au
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 the CWA, onto beerwah Tower Green. 0400 027 591
SunDAyS 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
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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 Kondalilla Eco Resort formerly known as Treehouses of Montville This 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
Maleny Artisan Spa Views • 5494 4222 bed & breakfast suites & self-contained penthouse. 475 Maleny-Kenilworth Road, Witta, Maleny. www.artisanspaviews.com.au
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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
For further information about accommodation options on the Sunshine Coast hinterland visit www.hinterlandtourism.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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Maleny Tropical Retreat B&B • 5435 2113 540 Maleny-Montville Road. offers something different from the traditional bed & breakfast accommodation. www.malenytropicalretreat.com
Crystal Waters Camping Area • 5494 4550 A fully equipped camping ground with cabin and bunkhouse accommodation at Conondale. Enquires: www.crystalwaters.org.au and click on Camping Area.
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Sunshine Coast Environment Photography T
HIS FREE UNIQUE outdoor exhibition will showcase the 2016 finalist artworks of the 2016 Sunshine Coast Environment Photography Awards.
Featuring creative, inspiring and evocative images of the Sunshine Coast’s beautiful environment, the exhibition will explore both the Coast and the Hinterland's natural and built landscapes, as captured through the lens of a camera. Environment Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said the finalist images were chosen from the 665 images entered to showcase both the region’s unique environment and our relationship with it. Cr McKay said the community had a not-to-be-missed opportunity to view the entries in a unique outdoor exhibition from next month and appreciate both the beauty and environmental values of the Sunshine Coast that the talented artists have captured. “The awards exhibition will form part of the first Horizon Sunshine Coast festival of arts and culture and will be exhibited at the Maroochy bushland botanic Gardens from September 2–11 before it begins touring to various other locations across the region,” she said. The winner will be announced on Sunday, March 3 at 11am at the Maroochy bushland botanic Gardens. Spectacular: Glasshouse Mountains by Nathan McNeil
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Situated only minutes from Maleny on a no through road, this classic English Storybook Home takes pride of place on a picturesque 20+ acre site, celebrating glorious views of the Blackall Ranges and beyond. Nothing compares to the architecture, style and design of this timeless classic! The luxurious residence is the epitome of a perfectly balanced home, with spectacular indoor and outdoor dimensions that
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Spring is here
Wendy Rosenfeldt talks about unity achieved by transcendental meditation, you can HU with Eckankar, John Pirie takes a new path with his chiropractic service and we encourage exercise for Diabetes with physios, Tim and Mary Bagshaw. With the new season comes new opportunities for all ages to be active and increase fitness and wellbeing.
Start training now – schools too!
HE LIonS MounTAIn View Challenge is on again october 16, raising funds for Childhood Cancer Research.
The challenge offers a category to suit everyone from the keen athlete to the casual walker. The challenge has become a popular training event for the noosa Tri run leg. Enter the REMAX half marathon for a mega challenge, the Maleny optical 10km for a triathlon warm up, the your Insurance broker
5km run or run with the Lions in the 3km Primary School Challenge. Team categories include the MDSRC Trophy 10km team event, the yIb trophy High School category and the Maleny Realty Primary School Trophy up for grabs. For entry information http://malenyblackallrange.qld.lions.org.au/ projectsmvc
Enjoy your September!
Spring into shape
HE FRIEnDLy LoCALS at Maleny Community Gym ask members to “bring a friend”– your friend gets their first visit free and the member will get an extra free week when the newbie joins for a month or more! Plus visits are counted for September and the member with the most visits can win a brand new Swiss ball.
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Last year's 10km Lions Mountain View Challenge race begins!
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• Physiotherapy for all ages • Specific exercise prescription • Postural assessment and correction • Sporting injuries • Post operative rehabilitation • Workplace rehabilitation • Injury preventions strategies • More services available
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Why children and teenagers need chiropractic care
ALEny LoCAL, JoHn PIRIE, has been in private practice for over 30 years, and do you know he has been his writing column in HT since the paper started?
Family chiropractor, John Pirie, says it's all about balance something his daughter Luka displays with her circus moves
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From Caloundra to Noosa - sign-ons are happening now, and some start nippers during the holidays. Summer is just around the corner, come and sign up for a summer of fun, fitness and friendships.
Fighting cancer in men
LuE SEPTEMbER RAISES awareness about cancers that affect thousands of Australian men each year, some which may be preventable through lifestyle choices.
"As a family chiropractor I have learned a lot about how important it is to keep young bodies in balance." He says it's important as parents to help your children stay healthy, and spinal health is a big part of overall well being:
Funds raised will assist blue September (The big Health Foundation Ltd) in their continuing efforts to increase awareness of cancer in men, whilst supporting the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and Australian Prostate Cancer Research in funding vital cancer research.
• Postural imbalances in children carry on into the teenage and adult years. This can and does lead to osteoarthritis as we get older.
• Heavy school bags can affect posture and cause imbalance and pain in the spine and neck. • Falls - kids are always falling over or off things. Injuries caused by mishaps set up imbalances in the body, not just in the back but in the extremity joints. If not corrected, this leads to structural issues as the body grows.
John says, "Chiropractic care can correct or prevent these issues - it is a financial investment in your
Put down that iPad
The chiropractor and applied kinesiologist said, "During that time I have treated thousands of children and teenagers.
• Kids and sport - kids take a lot of knocks in school and club sports that can cause imbalance in a young body. This can affect performance and make the athlete more susceptible to injury.
Blackall Range Care Group: Maleny Meals On Wheels children, not an expense." As a father, he also understands financial pressures on parents, and so from this month on, he is providing services to children at half price. Call John on 5435 2155, and book your children and teens in today.
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Doctors Dr Jocelyn Eggins
Doctors Dr Edwin Kruys
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Dr Michael Simpson Dr Michelle Johnston Dr Stephen Booker Dr Jocelyn Eggins Dr Wanyi Yeong
Maleny’s Dr Stephen Lloyd-Evans is relocating out of the area due to family reasons as of 16th of September 2016. Dr Edwin Kruys (pictured), currently works in Montville, and will be starting sessions at Maleny on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from the 4th of October 2016. Edwin lives locally, and has been with us since January. He will soon move into Maleny in order to increase his sessions at the centre. He will be happy to take over Stephen’s patients as well as accepting new patients.
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Sincere thanks to those who have undertaken extra days in this most difficult month. We are still looking for volunteers to fill the first and second Thursdays, and now also the first Wednesday. Any takers can call Dell Somerville on 5499 9290 or Linda bell at 5445 7044. Thanks.
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Family Chiropractic in Maleny
Kids and Chiropractic at Half Price Here is a testimonial from the mother of a young athlete I treated a few years ago, and I quote… “Your treatment of my son Jesse has been a real contribution to his recent achievement in winning the Australian School Track and Field 10 year old boys 100m sprint championship in his first year of competition. His structural improvement in the last 2 years has been quite remarkable. He moved from a boy lacking in confidence and structural balance/coordination to a more centred, flowing outgoing, confident boy with a more balanced body. Your intuitive use of chiropractic, applied kinesiology, dietary advice, and homoeopathy have improved his energy levels 3 fold. This fine tuning has helped him as a young athlete and given him pride and belief in himself. The ongoing preventative chiropractic and maintenance care I regard as important for a future healthy adult spine. Mention an appointment to your clinic is due, and Jesse’s reaction is always an enthusiastic ‘cool’ - and that’s some recommendation.” I really appreciated Jesse’s mum’s comments. Here is a special offer that I hope you’ll take me up on.
Ayurvedic Health Advice to Suit You
Life in tune with natural law
HE MoRE WE LIVE in tune with nature or the universe the more we experience fulfilment of our desires. Wendy Rosenfeldt Living in tune with nature is so much more than just being at home with nature. The feeling of harmony and tranquillity that you get from camping in the bush, cooking over the fire and swimming in a stream is wonderful but it is not the full picture of life in accord with all the laws of nature. you can get bitten by a snake or your camp may get flooded and then life is not so idyllic. Life in tune with natural law is about living the experience of unity with everything in the universe. If we could experience everything as an aspect of our self, which is the experience of unity consciousness or enlightenment, then we wouldn’t put obstacles in our own way or create mistakes. We couldn’t harm others or anything in the environment because we would be experiencing it as just another part of our own self. The experience of enlightenment or being at one with natural law doesn’t mean we just morph into everything. We still have the experience of the small self with its separate body and personality while simultaneously being aware of the cosmic self. It is like having a meeting with your work colleagues before you start work. When everyone knows the plan they can perform their individual activities but in the context of the bigger picture. If we miss the meeting we may be at odds with what everyone else is doing even while working with the best of intentions. It is like trying to row a boat upstream or working in the dark.
It is hard work and we make mistakes. So how do we get to this cosmic meeting? When we transcend, the individual mind settles down to experience the level of the cosmic mind or in quantum mechanical terms, the unified Field of all the laws of nature. The unified field contains the blue print for all the laws. When you come out of this transcendental experience you do not carry the contents of all the separate laws of nature in your individual mind but you are connected to this source. Spontaneously you act in a way that is in tune with all the laws of nature, not just scientific laws but social laws, psychological laws. All manmade laws are trying to emulate the laws that best support life. The problem comes when they are made by people and societies that are not connecting back to the source. They can be made to serve one part of life but when not in the context of the whole can violate other laws. Politian’s spend hours advocating their particular preference; economic over environmental, short term gains over long term advantage. When all thoughts, words and actions spring from a mind aligned with the unified Field, success, happiness and good health are lived.
Wendy Rosenfeldt is a Teacher of Transcendental Meditation and a Maharishi Ayurvedic health practitioner. Call 5499 9580/ 0438 507 188.
Any preschool/school child – HALF PRICE Any parent booking their child in – 10% off Please call our centre for details. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Words as medicine
LMoST AnyTHInG CAn be used to strengthen or to diminish your health and well being. We all know that what we eat creates chemistry that either supports our body or adds to its early breakdown. We have all felt the impact on our well being when we are in unhappy circumstances, when we are stressed or experiencing relationship difficulties. one area of great influence to us is so habitual that we hardly notice how it directs and even carves out the potential for health, prosperity or for self harm, is the way we talk to ourselves. If we observe ourselves we will notice that there is often a running dialogue that is occurring just behind the level of our attention. This unconscious stream of words are the result of our judgments, our predictions, our self arguments, our thoughts about our finances, the people in our lives, how much that chocolate, or ice cream etc will affect our health, how this or that is bad for us and we shouldn’t be eating or doing that. These words are silently recorded in our subconscious to
rise up and affect us in ways that we don’t often recognize as being of our own creation. Just notice, listen to your self talk. Is it constructive, if you were speaking those things outloud, would you want anyone else to hear them? Is what you are saying to yourself, good life coaching, are you reminding your body that it is miraculous, that it has the power to heal itself and that you will make wiser choices next time, are your telling yourself that all that matters in your relationship is the big stuff, like loving each other and being a sanctuary for each other in the world. Are your words encouraging you, uplifting you, preparing your heart for joy, lovingly reminding you that you are amazing and you always reaching for the highest and the best in all ways. Words spoken or thought, influence outcomes powerfully, chose yours well. Marisa Kliese is a Clinical Member Aust. Counselling Assoc.; Fellow Holistic Life Coach; Reiki Master; Fellow Aust. Natural Therapists Assoc. Contact me on 5494 2627.
Do you have diabetes? I n PEoPLE WITH DIAbETES, blood glucose levels are higher than normal because the body either does not produce enough insulin or cannot use insulin properly. The body needs insulin to turn the food we eat into energy.
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Exercise helps For a person with diabetes, exercise helps insulin to work better, which will improve your diabetes management. other advantages are weight control, it lowers your blood pressure, reduces your risk of heart disease and stress. Ideally, aim for about 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise every day. If this is not possible, then this time can be divided in 3 x 10 minutes sessions. you should still be able to talk as you exercise without becoming breathless.
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● Drink extra fluid before, during (only if prolonged exercise) and after exercise to avoid dehydration. The fluid may be water or a sweetened drink if extra carbohydrate is required. 250 ml every 15 minutes or one litre of fluid per hour is recommended. ● Take care of your feet when exercising. ● Wear comfortable and well-fitting shoes. ● Always inspect your feet before and after exercise. ● ulcers or other lesions on the feet are a serious danger for people with diabetes. It is important to avoid foot damage especially for middle-aged and elderly people ● Take extra carbohydrate before and during exercise to prevent hypoglycaemia. Extra carbohydrate is often needed after exercise. Discuss adjusting carbohydrate intake with your doctor or dietitian.
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● Monitor your blood glucose levels before, if possible during (at least initially), and after exercise to assess your requirements for extra food. ● It may be necessary to reduce your insulin dose prior to exercise. Insulin adjustment varies with each individual. Discuss appropriate adjustments to suit your exercise schedule with your doctor. ● Wear sun block when exercising outdoors. Call Tim and Mary barshaw at Maleny Physiotherapy to advise you on exercise to help with your diabetes.
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19 Coral Street, MALENY For a holistic approach to your general health and wellbeing, call today to make an appointment with one of our friendly Holistic Health Centre professionals. (Contacts above).
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Anthony Brown Acupuncture Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner. Member (fellow) AACMA. Anthony has 30 years clinical experience, 26 of them here on the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland. 26 Coral St, Maleny Ph: 5435 2555
BOWEN THERAPY – Bronwyn Huckle Specialising in Bowtech, the original Bowen Therapy technique. Treating health issues in babies, childen & adults. Montville therapy rooms. Monday to Friday by appointment. Ph: 5442 9371
Mapleton Natural Therapies Clinic Jackie Hansel: Bach H.S (Acu), Adv. Dip H.S (Hom), Dip Bowen Therapy Acupuncture. Holistic & Intergrated health care with Acupuncture, Bowen Therapy, Homeopathy, Lymphatic Drainage, Remedial & Relaxation Massage. Ph: 5445 7749
Kathy Blackburn Dip. Bowen Therapy (Bowtech).Gentle effective treatment of Back Pain; Migraine; RSI ; Tennis Elbow; Knee, Ankle & Foot Conditions; Menstrual/ Hormonal irregularities; Chronic Fatigue; Respiratory Conditions and MORE. Health fund rebates. Ph: 5429 6180
Maleny Acupuncture Dolina Somerville (BHSc) (Member AHPRA; AACMA) Hinterland Business Centre (Room 2) 38a Coral St Maleny (opposite Medical Ctr) Acupuncture, Chinese Remedial Massage, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Cupping, Herbal Formulas. Eftpos & Hicaps (HF rebates). Ph: 07 5435 2777 M: 0408 693 029
AKASHIC RECORDS Journey to the Heart Certified Monica Dangerfield Reader & Kahuna Massage Therapist. Uncover past lives, and explore the story of your soul’s evolution from its time of inception. Ph: 0407 375 871
ASTROLOGY Stargazer Astrology - Chirone Shakti Insight into your relationships, family issues, spiritual purpose, life transitions, and your year ahead. Counselling astrologer with spiritual focus. Astrology courses and workshops. ph: 0421 814459, www. chironeshakti.com.au
COUNSELLING & LIFE COACHING cont. Margarete Koenning Counselling BA Social Work, Gelstalt Therapist, Psychotherapist working with individuals, couples and, families. Training professionals in family constellation 20 yrs practicing in Maleny, Clinal member of Pacfa. Ph: 5494 2778, 0408 416 041
Ruth Donnelly - Holistic Counsellor Heart-centred approach to healing trauma, building emotional wellbeing. Integrating body psychotherapy, mindfulness, artistic therapies, Reiki, Acutonics, Bush Flower Essences, Dru yoga. Ph: 0409 564 276, email@example.com, www.heartmindconnections.org
Chirone Shakti – Relationships & Sexuality Counsellor and Holistic Therapist specialising in relationships, sexuality, grief and loss. Discover deeper and more satisfying levels of relating. Ph: 0421 814 459 email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: http://chironeshakti.com.au
Dr Ralph Stockmann Chiropractor- Palmer USA – SCENAR Therapy, Ayurveda – Effective Pain Relief – 32 years of spinal manipulation – DVA & Medicare Provider 0410 793 513 26 Coral Street, Maleny
Heartspace Artspace & Counselling-Liz Antcliff. B. Psych. MA. Coun. PG Art Therapy Somatic Experiencing Practitioner Sensorimotor Art Therapy/ Counselling Individuals; Couples & Groups.ACA; ACATA; ANZATA. Maleny/Brisbane Ph: 0438 1632 55 www.heartspaceartspace.com
Maple Chiropractic Maleny Dr Stephen Lowe & Dr Samuel Lowe 60 years combined experience. Concession rates & HICAPS. Relaxed & friendly atmosphere. 45 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph: 5494 3322 www.maplechiropractic.com.au
Hinterland Chiropractic Dr Josephine Sexton. Using gentle, safe and effective techniques to maintain spinal health and wellbeing. Concession rates, Family discounts and HICAPS available. 21 Bunya Street, Maleny. Ph: 5435 2987
Montville Day Spa In the Clouds at 166 Balmoral Road, Montville Our centre of excellence in Holistic Health Services employs ‘the best of the best’ Contact us for an unforgetable enriching experience. Ph: 0456 173 389 www.montvilledayspa.com.au
Dental Centre Maleny Affordable Family Dentistry. Open: Mon-Sat. Also, early mornings & late evenings for your convenience. 17 Bunya St, Maleny. Ph: 54 999 722 www.dentalcentremaleny.com.au email@example.com
BEAUTY THERAPISTS & HAIRDRESSERS A little Beauty, Body and Wellness Elements at Montville Customised beauty treatments. Pamper packages. Special occasion & bridal makeup. Massage. Manicures. Pedicures. Devine body treatments. Ph: 5478 6212 www.elementsmontville.com.au Michelle Jarden - Beauty Therapist Electrolysis, facials, massage, make-up, nails, sauna, spray tanning, tinting, waxing, ear-piercing. 66 Curramore Rd, Witta. Ph: 5494 4012 or Mob: 0402 531 500
Nellies Creative Hair Design Nellie, Annette and Jenny offer you the opportunity to have exceptional hair with great product at fantastic prices. Cut and Colour specialists. Phone 0438 785 443. 9 Bunya St Maleny. Ample parking/wheel chair friendly.
John Pirie Chiropractor & Applied Kinesiologist Gentle hands on chiropractic using applied kinesiology. Pre-school and school age children half price. 19 Coral Street Maleny, Ph: 5435 2155 www.siaholistichealth.com.au
COSMETIC TATTOO Cosmetic Tattoo Specialist - Rebecca Rea Dip.BT Advanced Cos T.Para Cert. Featherstroke Eyebrows, Eyeliner, Lips - Wake up beautiful everyday with permanent make up. 9/43 Maple St, 5494 3355 or 0429 874 439
COUNSELLING & LIFE COACHING
Honeycomb Hair Hive The Hive’s priority is you loving your look. We provide an unmatched depth of experience and diversity. Open Tue - Fri 9.00am - 4.00pm and Sat 9.00am –12.00pm 168 Main St, Montville. Phone 5442 9269
Counselling - Margaret Davoren B.Nurs.,Mas. Counselling. Think change, think balance & live a rich, full, life. Learn strategies to manage stress, depression, anxiety & relationships. Maleny Physiotherapy, 1/70 Maple St Maleny Ph: 0403 571 572 www.icpaustralia.com
Beauty By Gabrielle Mobile Beauty Therapist. Servicing the Hinterland. Friendly professional service Specialising in waxing, tinting, massage, facials, manicure, pedicure, Shallac, spray tan and wedding make-up. Ph: 5435 0172 or 0476 976 812
Leeann Horrill Counsellor M. Gest Therapy. A holistic and experiential approach to healing and personal growth. Specialising in parents, children and families. Member GANZ, PACFA. Ph: 5499 9990 or 0410 280 946 e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.leeannhorrillcounselling.com
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FENG SHUI Feng Shui and Astrology: Richard Giles, Qualified Feng Shui practitioner Feng Shui home/business assessments. EM radiation assessments. Astrologer of 27 years. Contact Richard on 5435 0158, Email: email@example.com. Web:www.richardgiles.info
HOMEOPATHY Pauline Ashford - B.H.Sc, Complementary Med & Homeopathy Classical homeopathy; Lymphatic drainage; Dorn spinal, joint and headache therapy; EFT - Emotional Freedom Techniques; Reiki 130 Ansell Rd Witta Ph: 5494 4101 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
HYPNOTHERAPY Suzi Lough at Mind Management For hypnotherapy, Acutonics Vibrational therapy, coaching and more. Ph: 0438 050 839 for appointments. "The door to change is always open" Richard Whitehurst DipCH, DipAH, CMAHA, NHRA Powerful change work for many issues using the most up-to-date approaches. You remain in control. Hypnotherapy with Heart since 1991. Call for a free phone consultation to discuss your needs. Montville clinic: 0439 596 208 email: email@example.com
MASSAGE THERAPISTS The Stillpoint - Katie White Remedial, Relaxation, Reiki Massage & now Emmett Technique. Reiki Treatments & Workshops. Appts Mon- Sat. HF Rebates. Gift Vouchers. Ph: 0400 722 786 www.thestillpoint.com.au Kathy Blackburn, Adv Dip Applied Science (Remedial Massage). Remedial/Sports Massage; Traditional Chinese Massage; Lymphatic Drainage; Emmett Technique, Trigger Point & Myofacial Release. “Integrated Bodywork” tailored to your special needs. HF rebates. Ph: 5429 6180 Beautiful Kahuna Massge with Linda Total blissful relaxation or combo deep tissue (good for tradies/sports/remedial). Practitioner of the healing art EMF Balancing technique. Relax, unwind & balance 7 days. Ph 0457 194 339 KA HUNA Massage Jessica Ainsworth Maleny. Relax your body, relax your mind. Massage with a profound and lasting effect. Certified Level 7 Ka Huna bodyworker and teacher. Ph: 5499 9372 www.jesskahunahut.com.au Facebook.com/jesskahunahut
Blue Zen Massage – Shayne Harris Dip.Remedial Massage and Dip.Reflexology Member of A.T.M.S. with all Health Fund Rebates! Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Cupping, Deep Tissue Massage, Hawaiian Massage, Indian Head Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology, Remedial Massage, Shiatsu, Sports Massage, Stone Therapy Massage, Trigger Point Therapy Ph: 0407 002 567. Maleny
WELLNESS - MIND BODY SPIRIT
NATUROPATHS Tanya Kurzbock Naturopath, ThyroFlex practitioner, RBTI analysis. Discover your imbalance and get in the “healingzone”! Free 15min. consult Ph: 5499 9476 e:firstname.lastname@example.org w: in2wellness.com
Praxis Therapy - Chloe Manier Certified professional Regression Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Reconnective® Healing and Reconnection™ Practitioner. Providing a safe space for client’s to resolve issues in a gentle, efficient way that promotes personal empowerment. Obi Holistic Centre, Maleny and The Montville Day Spa. Ph: 0417 754 242, www.praxistherapy.com.au
NUTRITIONIST Natalie Harms - Nutritionist
Metafisica Natural Therapies
Personalised, practical dietary and nutritional recommendations for optimum wellness, disease prevention and existing health conditions digestion issues, food allergies, intolerances, weight management, diabetes, stress, anxiety and women’s health. 1/70 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph: 0417 689 677 www.natalieharmsnutritionist.com.au
We offer Egyptian, Hawaiian, Brazilian massages. Transformation energy treatments to clear emotional/physical pain, blockages, karmic, genetic & cellular memories. Past, present, future, life path, divine purpose readings. Mediumship. Colour healing mist sauna. Dalila 0411 033 730 visit www.metafisica.com.au
Sanctuary Healing Therapy Restore your feeling of Wellbeing, Balance and Peace. Stress and tension dissolves into Harmony. Reconnective Healing, Acupoint and needle therapy, Photonic (light) torch, Cupping and Moxa. Gary Broadhurst – Ph: 0438 972 880 Cabin 2, 38 Maple St, Maleny.
Stephen Hammond Optometry and Maleny Optical 44 Lowe Street, Nambour Ph. 5476 2333 Shop 8 Riverside Centre, 8 Maple St, Maleny 4552. Ph: 5435 2733
Conscious Energy Past Life Regression - learn about your soul’s journey through time. Combined Energy Healing & Intuitive Reading -gain insight and positive change. Energetic Alignment -step into your true nature in a powerful way. Kirsten Rothe Ph: 0400 197 997 www.consciousenergy.com.au
PHYSIOTHERAPY/OSTEOPATHY Maleny Physiotherapist Tim & Mary Bagshaw. For all of your Physiotherapy requirements. 1/70 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph: 5494 3911 www.malenyphysiotherapy.com.au
Sabine's Astrology Reports & Magnesium Massages Eudlo Osteopathy – Thomas Whitton Gentle manipulative therapy for body dysfunction and pain in all ages. 13 Rosebed Street, Eudlo Ph: 5445 9555
Transdermal Magnesium (Ancient Minerals) to relax, promote sleep and ease cramps. Relationship & Vocational Astrology Reports and Consultations. Montville based – 0411 397 623 or email@example.com
Elizabeth Khalu – Living Therapies Offers Universal Medicine Therapies, an approach to health and well being from the understating that, we are out own best medicine. Esoteric Massage, Chakra Puncture, Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, Sacred Esoteric Healing, Energetic Facial Release. Mobile: 0428 815 211 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MEDICAL CENTRE Ochre Health Medical Centre Offering onsite Doctors, experienced nursing staff and Allied health services. Appointments available Mon- Fri 8.30am- 5 pm and in Maleny Sat 9am-12pm. Ph Maleny: 54942 388 ; Ph Montville: 5442 9144 Book online at www.ochrehealth.com.au
NATUROPATHS Sallyann Stewart - Naturopath, Herbalist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Live Blood Analysis Practitioner Naturopathic clinical
Range of Motion Physiotherapy Mapleton - Montville - Maleny - Imbil Russ, Barbs, Lauren and Kerrie. Providing the highest quality care to restore & maintain optimal physical function & mobility. Ph: 5478 6600 www.rangeofmotion.com.au
YOGA PILATES AND MEDITATION
PERSONAL TRAINER, FITNESS, DANCE Get Active!!! Group Fitness & Personal Training Join me for a fun affordable and social way to achieve a fit and healthy body. All fitness levels welcome, fully qualified trainer. ‘Your Goals Are My Goals’ Email: email@example.com Rachel Ph: 0423 618 945
PSYCHIC READINGS / TAROT
testings & assessment, Live Blood Analysis, stress mgmt, digestive issues, children’s health, remedial massage, lymphatic drainage. 19 Coral St, Maleny, 5435 2599/ 0421 410 558, firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychic Readings/Tarot Kerry Laizans: Readings that bring together insightful intuition and holistic counselling, Kerry is available for events such as weddings, by appointment in Maleny, by phone or online. Contact: 0411 488 291 or at throughthevortex.org
Marisa...Naturally Marisa T Kliese offers a complete Natural Therapy Clinic. Services include, Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Professional Counselling, Life Coaching, Spiritual Healing. Ph: 5494 2627
Tarot Channeller Mary-Lou is now Montville based. 1 hour - $80 plus a free vehicle reading, (showing your present challenge). Hens and group bookings available. Phone 5445 7418 or 0418 912 797
Melissa's Healing Space - Yoga/ Mindfulness Meditation classes @ Curramore Studio
Tues 6 -7.30pm (Gentle yoga), Fri 9.3011.15am (General yoga), Fri 11.30 - 12.30pm (Meditation Class), Fri 12.45-1.45pm (Chair/Gentle yoga) Ph: 0417 200 192 e: email@example.com www.melissashealingspace.com
Yoga with Lottie using WEIGHTS For sculpturing, raising metabolism, increased bone density and flexibility. Mon 10.30am and Thurs 9.30 am. No bookings required. Classes suit all levels of experience. Maleny Showgrounds Pavilion Ph: Lottie 5313 7756 Maleny Yoga Vrksa Shop 7 Rainforest Plaza, Maple St, Maleny, Fully equipped studio. Variety of teachers & classes, Workshops & private tuition, All ages & abilities welcome. Ph: 0448 518 734 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilates in Witta & Maleny Strength, weight-loss, pain management, flexibility, well-being. Qualified Instructor. Group mat classes using small props. Friday & Saturdays. All welcome. Kid friendly classes. Bec: 0421 983 321; email@example.com pilatesplatform.com.au
Laurel Hefferon Naturopath & Herbalist BHSc Colonic Hydrotherapist & RN. Specialising in detoxification & healthy weight-loss, gut & digestive restoration, stress reduction, fatigue and post-viral syndromes. Comprehensive, individual and in-depth approach to addressing the cause of illness and restoring optimal health, wellness & vitality. Ph: 0401 750 255 www.awakeningcentre.com.au
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Professional Services ACCOUNTING & TAXATION Peter Wilson – Profit by Design incorporating Range Business Accounting. Offering the highest standards of accounting and taxation advice for business & individual taxpayers. email@example.com. Ph: 5478 5429 or 0414 313 628
BUS TOURS, CHARTER & TRANSFERS Mystic Mountain Tours– Lynn & Andrew Fallon A range of bus sizes for any occasion. Local Food Tours that take you to growers and producers. Hear the stories, share the passion and taste Artisan delights, fresh seasonal produce and much more. Ph: 0400 086 877. www.mysticmountaintours.com.au
COMPUTER / WEB SERVICES/VIDEO Concept IT Systems - reliability & service New computers & repairs. Internet setup & websites. Printers, scanners, ink refills, cameras. Authorised Apple reseller. Onsite service. Drop in to discuss you computer needs. Shop 6 Riverside Centre Maleny 5429 6750 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGINEER Parteck Consulting - 33 years experience Civil-Structural Engineers & Environmental Planners. Property Development, Building Inspections & Reports, Structural & foundation Design, Soil, Stability & Wastewater. Locally owned. 5494 1368 or 0418 711 408 email@example.com www.parteckconsulting.com
FINANCE Bob Malcolm – CEO Maleny Credit Union We have the experience to provide financial solutions for your everyday life. All loan approvals and other key decisions are made locally by people you can talk to. Give us a try. 5499 8988 Jacques Fayolle – Local ANZ Mobile Lender My motto is “Customer for Life”. I will visit you, wherever, to secure the home loan best suited to you, and develop an on-going banker /customer relationship to care for your future needs. Ph: 0408 734 152 or 5437 7311 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Sam Archer - BOQ Maleny Remember when having a Bank Manager actually meant having a Bank Manager!!! Here’s my number 5499 9855 or 0407 407 070
FINANCE cont. Doug Tognolini – iQ Money Management “Growing & Protecting your Wealth” We provide a full range of financial services including; Superannuation (including SMSF’s), Retirement Planning, Wealth Creation & Life Insurance. Ph: 5442 2764 / 0409 594 044.
GOVERNMENT SERVICES QGAP Maleny - Maleny Police Station, 49 Maple Street Mon, Tue, Fri: 9am–2pm closed 12–12:30pm New Vehicle Registrations & Housing close 1pm. Services include – Dept of Transport & Main Roads (not Driver Licences), Births, Deaths & Marriages, Seniors Cards, CTP Insurance & more. EFTPOS & Credit Cards preferred. Manager: Judy Phipps - Ph: 5429 6293
INSURANCE BROKER Melissa Berglas – Comsure Sunshine Coast Insurance Brokers Specialising in all types of commercial insurance for your business. We take particular care matching your business to insurance policies, minimising exclusions that could cost your thousands. Based in the hinterland, we are your strong advocate in the event of a claim. Ph: 0477 200 091 / 5641 2545 Email: email@example.com www.sunshinecoastinsurancebrokers.com.au
LEGAL SERVICES Easton Lawyers Tove Easton Principal Lawyer Your Local Lawyers in Maleny 62 Maple St, Maleny Ph: 5494 3511 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Lember and Williams (the LAW team) Carolyn Williams City Expertise, small town service 6 Coral St, Maleny Ph: 5495 1499 Email: email@example.com www.landw.com.au Bakers Lawyers – Mary McIver Experienced Professional Resident Legal Team. 15A Bunya Street, Maleny Ph: 5443 5666 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bakerslawyers.com
PICTURE FRAMING Holden’s Gallery Custom framing by professionals. Items including art, needlecraft, memorabilia, etc. Monday – Saturday10am to 4pm Cnr. Coral & Myrtle St. Maleny Ph: 5494 2100; www.holdensgallery.com.au
TRAVEL AGENT Maleny Cruise and Travel Maleny Cruise & Travel is a bespoke travel company that has been taking the stress out of travel for over 20 years. 39 Maple Street, Maleny Ph: 5499 9111 E: email@example.com www.malenytravel.com.au Above & Beyond Travel We take pride in our attention to detail and providing you with a unique travel experience. Shop 2 Riverside Centre Maleny. Ph: 07 5499 9015 or firstname.lastname@example.org
REAL ESTATE Day and Grimes Locally owned, Day & Grimes Mapleton & Hinterland Realty have offered 80 years of integrity, service, friendly professional advice. Experienced, hands on approach. Roy Philpott M: 0438 888 488; Ph: 5445 7304 E: email@example.com; 34 Flaxton Dve, Mapleton. www.dayandgrimesmapleton.com.au Remax Hinterland Nobody in the world sells more Real Estate than RE/MAX. Office: 07 5408 4220 Sales: 0447 737 737, 2/10 Maple St, Maleny www.remaxhinterland.com.au Tim Burrough – RE/MAX International Hall of Fame Agent FREE APPRAISALS - 7 DAYS A WEEK. Comprehensive report for your property, market trends, recent sales results. Advice on what NOT to do prior to selling. Talk to me well before you list. M: 0418 666 356 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Humphries and Fisk Whether you are looking to buy or sell, Ian and Pat, with over 20 years experience on the range would love to share their expert local knowledge with you. Ph: 07 5494 3344, Fax: 07 5494 3488 20 Maple St, Maleny. www.malenypropertysales.com.au/
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
CARPET & VINYL LAYERS 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
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
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.
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
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
BUILDERS Total Building and Construction We are dedicated to providing an all round quality building service with a competitive price. We can customise your build from new home buyers to dream projects. Phone Rohan: 0402 776 003 E: firstname.lastname@example.org QBCC lic 15007178
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CARPET CLEANING Range Carpet Care Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning & Protection Ph: 5445 7611 or 0418 776 578
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 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
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 email@example.com
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL CLEANING 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
ELECTRICAL 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Trades & Services ELECTRICAL
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LANDSCAPING & DESIGN
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 email@example.com
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
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
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
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
FENCING & AUTOMATIC GATES
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
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 Cliff’s House & Yard Service Cliff Wanka 0411 020 388 Lawn & acreage mowing/maintenance. Handyman repairs, Gutter cleaning, Fence renewal and maintenance Will Consider Any Jobs On Inspection FREE QUOTES!
KITCHENS 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 Montville: 0409 275 378 or factory: 4162 3732
LANDSCAPING & DESIGN Loors Landscaping (est: 1987) From concept to creation all aspects of structural and soft landscaping. Ph: 5445 7615 Mob: 0412 680 801
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Poolwerx Sunshine Coast Hinterland Locally Owned Certified Pool Technicians, with an extensive range of services, equipment and chemicals we’ll keep your pool sparkling and healthy! Darren 0421 097 876 or 1800 009 000 email@example.com
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
Suncoast Liquid Waste Removal owner/operator specialising in commercial / Local 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
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
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
Lic: 25555 QBCC : 1172423 Plumbing Gas Lic No: L90406
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
DVP PLUMBING & GAS FITTING Prompt professional service, No call out fee, 10% discount for pensioners, General plumbing & maintenance, Gas fitting and installation, Leak Detection, Blocked Drains, 24/7 days. 0410 855 778 Phone Damian
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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
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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 – SEPTEMbER 2016
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Lions Welcome Dinner, Maleny Showgrounds
Eckankar HU Chant and discussion, 6-7.30pm,Tewantin CWA Hall, 123 Poinciana Ave. Ph: 5496 5054
Share your views on Conondale Memorial Recreation Park: email@example.com or 07 3040 6658
All day Maleny Library Dahlicious! Drop in for Roald Dahl wordgames, puzzle finds and colour-ins, all ages. Engineering Build, 2-3pm, beerwah Library. The challenge is on! What can you build using only paddlepop sticks and pegs? 6+
Storytime at Kenilworth State Community College, every Thursday, 10.15am-10.45am, free. no bookings required.
2-11 Horizon Festival 3
Collectorama Fair, nambour Showgrounds
Kenilworth Arty Garden Party workshops, open Garden walks and talks www.kenilwortharts.org.au 5472 3223
Spring Vibes free Fathers and Family Day Celebration
Messy Church meets first Sunday of each month, 4pm-6pm, St George’s Anglican Church, Maleny, all ages (children must be accompanied by adult), storytelling, craft, fun and a meal, by donation. Ph: 5435 2941
24 - 25 Maleny Arts and Crafts Group biennial Quilt Show, Main Pavilion, Maleny Showgrounds, raffle tickets available MACG Gallery
4 & 18 Woodford Railway, runs every half hour between 10am and 3.30pm 7
Montville Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast
Eckankar HU Chant and discussion with a spiritual theme, 6-7.30pm at Maleny neighbourhood Centre, every Wednesday, Ph: 5496 5054
Connor Smith of Ningi says his first train ride on the Woodford Railway was, “Fantastic!” Image Gay Liddington
Minecraft Animation 9.30-11am, beerwah Library and 1.30-3pm Maleny Library. Enter the world of Minecraft and create your own stop-go movie using Minecraft Lego. 7+
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Pokemon Station at beerwah Library 2-4pm. bring the game to life with Pokemon themed activities and crafts. 6+
Moofest, Mooloolah Valley recreation grounds, 11am-5.30pm
I’m Cinderella, Get Me Out Of Here 1.30pm and 6pm, Suncoast Auditorium. Tickets available Palmwoods State School office, ph: 5453 2444
Have your say on the Draft Master Plan Meet in the Park event, 10am-1pm, Conondale Memorial Recreation Park
30 - 3 Oct ArtsFest Kenilworth, Art Competition and exhibitions, poetry, music, market and more. www.kenilwortharts.org.au
30- 3 October Caloundra Music Festival
10 & 11 Caloundra Arts Centre Association Craft Exhibition "Fun with Threads", 5 north Street, Caloundra
The Swinging Sixties display is on at the nambour Museum, 18 Mitchell Street. 10am–3pm, adults $4; school children $1. Further information: 5441 2083
Paws of Thunder, Maleny Showgrounds from 8.30am
Kite Making at beerwah Library, 3.30pm-5pm (and october 4) Make a kite to help decorate the library for the Glasshouse Community Expo, ages 5+. Free. bookings essential: 5475 8989
Annual Classes Reunion, Maleny Pioneer Village
Eckankar HU Chant and discussion with a spiritual theme, 9.30-11.30am, Kawana Island Meeting Place, Parrearra (off Kawana Way). Ph: 5496 5054
Maleny Pirate Station, 9.30-11am. Argh! Shiver me timbers! Come celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day and make some fun pirate crafts. 3+ Maleny Library
12-18 National Stroke Week
Sunshine Coast Trigeminal Neuralgia Support group meet 1pm at the Kawana Library meeting room, buddina. Call nora: 0418 495 776
Maleny Chamber Network Breakfast, 7am, Hotel Maleny
Fashion Parade and Morning Tea, 9.30am Maleny Catholic Church
19-24 Maleny Music Muster, Harvey: 07 5494 4220
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Ozobots 9.30-10.30am. beerwah Library, 8+
Tuition and Workshops Paper Tole Classes – 3 Dimensional Decoupage Experienced Paper Tole teacher conducts workshops from her Maleny Studio on the techniques of Paper Tole from the beginner to the experienced. From the initial cut out through to framing, enrol in a class and create your very own 3 dimensional piece of art. Classes run each Tuesday and fortnightly on Saturdays. Contact 5499 9898 for information. 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
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Kenilworth Poets’ Breakfast
Open Gardens Springtime in Montville
1-31 Rush Festival Gympie 16
Lions Mountain View Challenge
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SEPTEMBER 2016 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
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
Kenilworth Arts Workshops Chinese brush Painting: 24, 25 Sept; Portrait in oils (Lyn Diefenbach): 26-28 Sept; Funtastic Acrylics (Jenni Kelly): 29, 30 Sept. Register at: www.kenilwortharts.org.au or phone 5472 3223 ArtsFest Kenilworth: 30 Sept - 3 Oct Art Competition (entries close 12 Sept); 2 art shows & demos; Poets' breakfast; Musical Afternoon Tea; Makers' Market; entertainment. Register at: www.kenilwortharts.org.au or phone 5472 3223
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