Loving Nundah 58 August September 2022

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news bites Toombul Skin & Beauty Moving to Nundah After the catastrophic flooding at Toombul Shopping Centre in February, Toombul Skin & Beauty is excited to re-open in a new location in Nundah.

Your Local Team

Giuliana and the team will open at 1231 Sandgate Road, with the entry via Aspinal Street (next to Goodlife Nundah).

Publisher - Ben Tibben ben@lovingnundah.com.au

The build is currently underway and the team is excited to welcome current and new clients into their new salon.

Account Manager - Larni Tibben larni@lovingnundah.com.au

For the latest announcements, visit

Marketing Coordinator - Megan Bock megan@lovingnundah.com.au


Toombul Skin & Beauty | 1231 Sandgate Road, Nundah toombulskinandbeauty.com.au

Photography - Tony Gwynn-Jones gwynn-jonesphoto@aapt.net.au

Nundah Author Launches Children’s Series

In Partnership With

Local Nundah resident, Rebecca Evens, has launched her first book in a new series of children’s books.

NUNDAH www.mozmo.com.au

Real World Kids shares the real-life story of a six-year-old boy, Thomas, who lives in country New South Wales, Australia.


The idea for the Real World Kids series came to Rebecca when she was on a whirlwind trip around the world, visiting 47 countries and 350 cities in two-and-a-half-years.

#59 October/November 2022 Booking deadline: 2 September Content deadline: 9 September Distributed: 26 September Phone: 07 3162 0802 Email: megan@lovingnundah.com.au

The Real World Kids books aims to inspire kids - and adults - to learn more about each other and expand their knowledge and understanding outside of their own country and culture. Order your copy and enjoy the adventures of Thomas today at realworldkidsbooks.com Real World Kids | realworldkidsbooks.com |

New GP in Nundah Dr Kylie Bown Dr Brown is accepting new patients with appointments available now.

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Cadogan Medical 1382 Sandgate Road, Nundah Ph: 3266 7444 cadoganmedical.com.au




Learn about the Good Men of Padua College. Tuesday 30 August 2022 9.15am 3.30pm Registration is essential via our website www.padua.qld.edu.au padua.qld.edu.au/enrolment-information/book-a-campus-tour/



The Nundah Festival is back for 2022! Are you ready for Nundah’s biggest weekend of the year? The Nundah Festival weekend will celebrate everything we love about our local area – our amazing local businesses, our gorgeous outdoor spaces, our creative artists and our local residents. The weekend will kick off on Friday, 9 September with a screening of Megamind and fireworks in Boyd Park, thanks to Councillor Adam Allan, Northgate Ward. Bring your picnic blanket and enjoy the jumping castle from 4pm, with the sausage sizzle starting at 5pm. A dazzling fireworks display will start at 6pm, with the movie starting shortly after. On Saturday and Sunday, head to the Nundah Art Show from 10am to 2pm. Entrants have come from across Brisbane,

with Portraiture, Landscape, Contemporary, Sculpture/Carvings and Still Life art on display. Attend the Art Show Soiree on Saturday, 10 September at 6pm and be there when the Grand Prize winner is announced. On Sunday, 11 September, the Nundah Festival will officially open at 9am. This is your chance to celebrate everything we love about Nundah! Enjoy free entry, live entertainment, food trucks, roving performers, stalls, rides, live music and much more. We can’t wait to celebrate with you again!

For the latest information and updates on Nundah Festival, make sure to follow nundahfestival

A special thanks to the Major Sponsors of the Nundah Festival & Art Show:


The Nundah Festival Weekend Fri, 9 Sept:

Megamind Movie and Fireworks in Boyd Park (from 4pm)

Sat, 10 Sept:

Art Show, Nundah Mitsubishi-Isuzu-Suzuki Showroom, Eton St, Nundah (10am to 2pm) and Prize Presentation and Soiree (from 6pm)

Sun, 11 Sept:

Nundah Festival (9am to 3pm) and Art Show (10am to 2pm)

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expert advice

LEGAL MATTERS with Aaron Ball from Shorestone Legal

Property division upon separation – do I have to go to court? Separating from your partner doesn’t mean expensive court proceedings. As family lawyers, our job is to find you the cheapest and most appropriate pathway, make sure the proper processes are followed, and help you to avoid expensive mistakes.

convince a court that your agreement is appropriate, and the details of your assets and personal circumstances are kept private. A binding financial agreement can also be done relatively quickly; you’ll avoid the delays of court applications.

In some cases, you can resolve your property matters with a formal private agreement (called a binding financial agreement). Some of the advantages of a binding financial agreement are that you and your ex-partner have ultimate control of the outcome - you do not need to

Such agreements are not always the best approach, and there can be some disadvantages. If you would like more information about binding financial agreements, and whether it is the right pathway for you, call Shorestone Legal for a free, confidential discussion.

Aaron Ball, Principal Solicitor | Shorestone Legal shorestonelegal.com.au | Ph: 3266 4657

HEALTH & FITNESS with Davina Donovan and Rob Lloyd from Fitstop Nundah

Exercising in the cooler months – you deserve it As winter rolls in, it is easy (and tempting!) to turn off the alarm, roll back over, and stay warm under the covers. This translates into cancelling out of the class, avoiding the PT or paying money to a gym or trainer you stop seeing! You deserve better than this! Typically, we work hard in the warmer months only to find ourselves almost hibernating in the cooler months, effectively undoing what we did in the months before. You owe it to yourself to escape this pattern and make a commitment to your future self.

Ask yourself the following if you feel the urge to hibernate: • Will it be hard to undo what I’ve done in the cooler months? • Am I paying for something I’m not using? • Will I be starting from scratch if I don’t keep this up now? • What am I missing out on by not going? • What is my WHY? Why am I exercising in the first place?

Fitstop Nundah | 5/1220 Sandgate Road, Nundah | Ph: 0413 106 643 fitstop.com/nundah | fitstopnundah | fitstop__nundah



with Hannah Olsson from DFK Hirn Newey

with Karl Garufi from Belle Property Ascot

New Financial Year Resolutions A new financial year is upon us, and for business owners, this is a great chance to set some ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ for your business. When setting goals for the 12-months ahead, it’s important to keep these SMART: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. From customer satisfaction, to employee retention, to all areas of financial wellbeing, it’s important that your new financial year goals cover a range of areas that are crucial to your business. To help reach these goals it may be time to:  S witch your accounting software to get the most timely and accurate financial information you can  I mplement monthly management reports that give you the valuable insights you are after  C ommit to regular strategic meetings to reflect and monitor your businesses performance No matter your business goals, it’s vital you have the tools and software to help track your goals and to seek assistance from a trusted accountant or advisor.

DFK Hirn Newey | 1143 Sandgate Road, Nundah Ph: 3266 1488 | dfkhirnnewey.com.au | dfkhirnnewey

Why Buyers are Drawn to Nundah It is clear that properties located in the inner-ring suburbs, particularly in gentrifying locations with good transport and schools such as Nundah, will outperform cheaper properties in the outer suburbs. Nundah has been and will continue to be a strong and stable suburb that has shown consistent historical growth, but it also has the right demographics to suggest future long term growth. The reason is because of the infrastructure that’s already here – you’ve got tunnels, trains, and

easy access to the airport, which is like a mini-city so there are a lot of people who work in Nundah. Nearly half the population in Nundah is single, according to census data — that’s significantly higher than the national and Queensland averages — and it’s easy to see why the unattached are so drawn to the area. Nundah’s vibrant village vibe with bars, cafes and shops makes it the perfect place to socialise, live and work, and the big clincher: it’s also still mainly affordable.

Belle Property Ascot | 127 Racecourse Road, Ascot | Ph: 0421 703 387 belleproperty.com/ascot | karlgarufi_belleproperty

Disclaimer: Information contained in this article is not advice and you should seek formal advice before acting in any of the areas mentioned.



expert advice

HEALTH with Kurt Crebbin from The Joint

When should I return to exercise after COVID-19? The Return of the Nundah Festival With COVID-19 still prevalent in our community, we’ve noticed some uncertainty when it comes to returning to exercise. Thankfully, we now have some best practice recommendations. See your GP prior to recommencing exercise if you have: 1. Symptoms or fatigue lasting for more than seven days 2. Prolonged shortness of breath or chest pain, either at rest or while performing activities of daily living 3. Required hospitalisation You are safe to begin a graduated return to exercise if the above does not apply.

However, there are some other considerations: 1. You must not have a previous heart or lung condition 2. You must be able to complete activities of daily living and walk 500m on flat ground without excessive fatigue or breathlessness 3. You should have had at least 10 days’ rest and be 7 days symptom free before starting Experience suggests that some athletes may take over three weeks to recover, so don’t rush it!

For general guidance, check out The British Journal of Sports Medicine’s graduated return-to-play guidance following COVID-19 infection infographic or view the post at instagram.com/the_joint_nundah.

The Joint | 9/1220 Sandgate Rd, Nundah | Ph: 3191 4455 thejointnundah | thejointnundah.com | the_joint_nundah

After a two year pandemic hiatus, I’m so excited for the return of the Nundah Village Festival – a wonderful celebration of all things Nundah!

I am pleased to be a major sponsor for the festival this year, but all credit must go to Nundah Now who work so hard to put together this high-quality event.

Since being elected in 2015, I have never missed the opportunity to spend the day at Nundah Fest. It’s a fun-filled day for the whole family, with showcased products by local artisans and small businesses, performances by local school students and professional musicians, and games and rides to enjoy.

As always, I will be hosting a Mobile Office at Nundah Fest. This is an opportunity for me to listen to any issues of concern, hear your ideas for our local suburbs, and to provide you with updates on local projects. Come and find me at my stall under the red marquee. I look forward to seeing you there!

Cnr Station & Aspinall St, Nundah Ph: 07 3638 7100 Email: nudgee@parliament.qld.gov.au leannelinard.com.au leannelinardnudgee leannelinardmp

Visit Leanne’s Mobile Office at the Nundah Festival on Sunday, 11 September!

HomeCare Group fitness classes Physio

HomeCare delivered the way you choose. Individual exercises tailored to your health and functional status. Group exercise and one-on-one sessions led by Accredited Exercise Physiologists.

Inspiring healthy and happy living



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The Advantages of Digital Dentistry Divine Smiles in Nundah has undergone fresh, new changes for 2022, with a new name and a great new team. Dr Nick Cliff is heading the new team at Divine Digital Dentistry, with a focus on real, valuable dental care. Dr Cliff has over 42 years’ experience as a dentist, and brings to Nundah techniques learnt in Australia and the UK, with a keen interest in the latest digital advancements. “We have technology onsite that allows us to scan a tooth, design a dental crown and, in the same day, build a custom-designed permanent crown,” says Dr Cliff. “No traditional impressions are required, and all of the treatment can happen in a single day.” Using digital technologies also makes treatments more efficient and precise. “We have found digital dentistry to be quicker, cheaper and much more convenient for our clients,” says Dr Cliff. “It is also safer, with our digital x-rays producing ten times less radiation exposure than traditional x-rays.” The Divine Digital Dentistry team works with patients to give them an accurate


picture of their current dental position, and discuss a variety of options to give them the best outcome. “We work with our patients to provide real, valuable care, and not just a quick patch-up of a problem.” The team also understands the importance of having a smile you are confident to show.

“We have launched our Boutique Teeth Whitening system, which is very effective and easy to use. Clients come in to get custom-made trays made, and then they can use the treatment in the comfort of their own home. This is a more cost-effective treatment than our in-chair treatments and is very gentle on teeth.”

Divine Digital Dentistry welcomes new patients and is open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5.30pm. Divine Digital Dentistry 1386 Sandgate Road, Nundah Ph: 3256 9566 divinedigitaldentistry.com.au divinedigitaldentistry


Rebuild and Recover

WasteSMART Brisbane Awards

The February Flood was one of Brisbane’s worst ever rain events as homes, businesses, community groups and shopping centres were devastatingly inundated during record rainfalls. The 2022-23 budget delivers on our promise of enhancing our suburbs and outlines our continued support for flood recovery. During this period, I had the opportunity to work alongside our local community as the flood event saw us all come together, ready to roll-up our sleeves for what was ahead. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge Northgate Ward’s incredible community spirit.

Cr Adam

ALLAN Councillor for Northgate Ward

3403 2210 northgate.ward@bcc.qld.gov.au www.adamallan.com.au Councillor.Allan Brisbane City Council (24hr Contact Centre) 3403 8888

There are nine categories and 12 awards, and they are open for individuals, groups, schools and businesses in Brisbane.

Better Suburbs Our green spaces will continue to benefit from the 2022-23 budget, with projects including progression of the Mercer Park BMX Pump Track in Kedron, fitness equipment and shade in A.R.C Hill Park in Virginia, a BBQ at Ross Park in Nundah, shade and safety lighting in Main Avenue Park in Wavell Heights, and the progression of the Nudgee Recreation Reserve. I look forward to our community coming together at upcoming events, including the Nundah Village Street Festival + Movie and Fireworks in Boyd Park, Nudgee Neighbour Day Movie, St Pius Spring Fair in Banyo, Banyo Community Christmas and Markets and Nundah State School’s 2023 Winter Fair.

These awards recognise the work that so many are doing to help make Brisbane a clean, green and sustainable city. Nominations are open until 3 September. Whether it be recycling, repurposing, composting or resource recovery initiatives, please share your stories with us. Tag me on @Councillor.Allan so we can acknowledge the work being done in our local suburbs to inspire others to do the same. Head to wastesmartawards.com.au and nominate a waste-smart hero now!

Street Tree Lighting in the Nundah Village shopping area will be delivered, which will contribute to the atmosphere of this shopping strip and support local business.

Movie and Fireworks in Boyd Park, Nundah Save the date! Megamind will be screening at Boyd Park, Nundah on Friday, 9 September. Come down from 4pm to enjoy a jumping castle, sausage sizzle, fireworks and movie screening. Follow my Councillor.Allan for updates.


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Nundah Village Dental’s Top Tips Love your teeth It’s Dental Health Week and the theme is ‘love your teeth’ - and the team at Nundah Village Dental is here to help you do that.

Nundah Village Dental has been part of the Nundah community since 1981, and recently moved to a brand-new, custom-built clinic in Nundah Street.

Dental Health Week is held in August and focuses on the steps you can take to care for your teeth and gums, so you can keep your smile for life.

“Our new clinic, with seven surgeries, has allowed us to grow our team and increase appointments for our clients,” says Owner and Principal Dentist Dr Marc Miller.

A regular visit to the dentist will also help you catch any issues early and maintain a healthy smile.

“We look forward to welcoming current and new patients to our new clinic, and helping them ‘love their

State-of-the-Art Facility Opens in Nundah The Joint Nundah has gotten bigger and better, with a brandnew, dedicated facility now open in Nundah. The Joint originally opened in the heart of Nundah in 2016, with a custom-built physiotherapy and allied health clinic.

teeth’ for Dental Health Week and beyond.”

Brush your teeth twice a day

Nundah Village Dental is open from 7.30am Monday to Friday, with evening and Saturday appointments available.

Floss between your teeth daily

Nundah Village Dental 47 Nundah Street, Nundah Ph: 3260 6200 nundahdental.com.au nundahvillagedental nundah_village_dental

Have regular checkups at the dentist

Eat a healthy diet, and limit added sugar

The new facility, which is located just down the hall from their current location, also has the capacity for performance testing, body composition analysis, and functional capacity evaluation, all on-site. Owners Bianca Elliott and Peter Ivers are excited about the expansion, and the possibilities of the enhanced space.

The team is excited to further expand their Nundah clinic, with a dedicated strength and conditioning and injury rehabilitation facility.

“The new clinic space allows our team of physiotherapists, exercise physiologist, remedial massage therapists, and our visiting allied health service team to work cohesively in a central hub,” says Bianca.

consistently positive experiences for our clients, which ultimately results in the best possible health outcomes.”

The space will feature state-of-the-art Pilates and gym equipment for oneon-one and group exercise classes.

“This helps us to continue to provide the highest level of collaborative and holistic health care, and to deliver

Bookings are available now in the new space - call the team for further information.

The Joint 9/1220 Sandgate Rd, Nundah Ph: 3191 4455 thejointnundah.com thejointnundah the_joint_nundah




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A guide to childfriendly shopping at Skygate

Whether you’re just here for groceries, need to pick up a present for the umpteenth birthday party this month, or on the hunt for new clothes, follow this guide to shopping with kids at Skygate. 1. Check to see if there are any kids’ programs on Most school holidays you’ll find an action-packed agenda, with the likes of Bluey coming for a meet and greet or a scavenger hunt across the precinct. In addition to this, keep an eye out to see if there are any Kids Eat FREE deals on offer. 2. Keep hunger at bay with plenty of child-friendly cafés Enter Skygate Dining, whose retailers know what parents want – affordable prices, quick turnaround, plenty of

space for prams, and enough room for the bigger kids to run around and play. 3. Take an intermission and swap shopping with golfing A 17-hectare, golf entertainment complex might be the last thing you’d expect to find in the Skygate precinct, but you’ll find it here at Golf Central BNE. With features like (but not limited to) an expansive 18-hole mini-golf course, 50-bay driving range, and grass tee hitting zone – Golf Central BNE is the perfect sweetener for any shopping trip with little ones.

4. Sweeten the deal with something from their favourite store Choose your bargaining chip from one of the child-friendly stores at DFO. For stationery, Smiggle will have the

pencil case popping, while clothing essentials picked up at Bonds Outlet, Ollie’s Place or Cotton On Kids make the perfect reward for tantrum-free shopping. Kill two birds with one stone and do your weekly grocery shop Open day and night, Skygate Woolworths also happens to be the only 24/7 Woolworths in Queensland. Skygate 11 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport Ph: 3406 3000 skygate.com.au skygatebrisbane | skygate_bne

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Banyo Guide We are shining the spotlight on Banyo and there is a lot going on!

Have you found your Banyo coffee fix?  The Ole Dairy  Putia Pure Food Kitchen  Georgie’s Bar  Flatcap Espresso  Site Cafe

Grab a local drink  All Inn Brewery Neighbourhood brewery & bar  Clapham Junction Wine Bar Curated wine and cocktails

All In Brewing

 Banyo Bowls Club Relaxed, local vibe

Clapham Junction Wine Bar

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Banyo Bowls


Have you tried these local foodie spots?  Vietnamese Pho Ever

Always open fitness in Banyo Institute of Physical Culture

 Kokoro Bento  Budgie’s Pizza

The Institute of Physical Culture (IOPC) is Banyo’s only 24/7 gym. They are proud to offer a warm, welcoming and non-intimidating space where members can feel comfortable to come and train.

People-first Real Estate Harcourts Banyo Everyday at Harcourts Banyo, the team of property experts come together to serve their clients.

Their mission is to improve your quality of life and offer a refined understanding and appreciation for the cultivation of good health.

They are a community-focused group, and are proud sponsors of many local organisations and groups. They invite you to get in touch with their friendly team for your real estate needs. Ph: 3518 1888 “For me the Harcourt’s brand stands for the values we believe in, and Banyo is a great community to be a part of...” Jacqui Bartholomeusz, Owner

Holy Cross Laundry Supported and inclusive employment, and an essential service across South East Queensland Banyo is home to Holy Cross Services, a Ministry of Mercy Partners that fulfils its mission by providing meaningful employment to those who experience difficulty gaining employment due to disability and difference. Established in 1889, Holy Cross Services offers multiple pathways of employment through their large commercial laundry and cleaning and food services. Visit hcl.org.au Made with love in Nundah.

For the crafty... get knitting! The Yarn Bowl offers classes and social groups, perfect for those who enjoy craft and conversation. theyarnbowl

Reduce waste, live better Join the Facebook ‘Nudgee, Banyo and Surrounds Plant, Seed, Edibles, and Food Exchange’ group to connect with locals who exchange items to reduce waste and learn from each other. Search Facebook


Developer | Builder | Manager

We’re excited to be part of the Nundah Festival and Art Show for 2022! The Nundah Community is very important to us at Gardner Vaughan Group. We have enjoyed developing and building in Nundah Village for the past ten years and having our head office in Nundah inspires us to improve the landscape and retail offering for the benefit of the local residents!

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at our Nundah Festival booth and find out more about Nundah Common & Danby Lane Apartments


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Then: NorthgateVirginia School of Arts

The History of Northgate School of Arts

This is. Leanne. Leanne Linard MP is our state member for Nudgee and Minister for Children and Youth Justice and Minister for Multicultural Affairs. She is a third generation Nudgee resident, who went to school in Banyo, and worked part-time at the Toombul McDonalds. Growing up in a family that loved to serve the community, she too started her public life volunteering and was the school captain in high school. Leanne sees her role in public service as honourable service and she has her sleeves rolled up seven days a week, with the support of her family. When not at work, Leanne is a regular mother of two boys who, like

many of us, has to think about what is in the fridge to make dinner at the end of each day. The family spend their precious down time walking their dog, and keeping active. With a genuine love for people and helping them to make their lives better, Leanne has great advice for those seeking to enter public life, “Volunteer and get involved with the community.” We can all make an important contribution, and each have something unique to offer. This is. series focuses on Nundah locals, interviewed and photographed by local contributor Gaylia Lee. thisismephotography_gaylialee

In April 1918, the Northgate-Virginia Progress Association appointed a committee which appealed to residents for financial assistance to build a School of Arts. By January 1919, the receipt of £70 [$140] was sufficient encouragement to appoint trustees to manage a fund. Chairman of the trustees was Mr H. W. Gibbon, and Mr Ham, the honorary secretary, was referred to in newspaper reports as the ‘grand old man of Northgate and Virginia’. The Northgate-Virginia School of Arts, an attractive hardwood structure in Ridge Street, Northgate, was built at a cost of £1,483 [$2,966] and opened by the Governor, Sir Matthew Nathan, in the presence of a large gathering on 20 January 1922. The building

Now: Northgate Community Centre

comprised a spacious hall, with library accommodation, and several useful anterooms. Over the years, the School of Arts was financially maintained by funds from library subscriptions, government assistance, social functions, and hall rentals. Locals remember the years when the hall was the home of the Ritz Picture Theatre, especially the Saturday afternoon matinees with its serials, where something catastrophic would happen at the end of each episode. This was encouragement to come the following Saturday to see the next episode. Taken “From Pioneering Days”, by Nundah & Districts Historical Society Inc.

Nundah & Districts Historical Society Inc. Ph: 3260 6703 | nundahhistoricalsoc@bigpond.com Nundah & Districts Historical Society Inc


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The Nundah Spirit W H AT ’ S H A P P E N I N G AT N O R T H S I D E C O N N E C T – A U G / S E P T Nundah Neighbourhood Centre | Brisbane North Community Legal Service | Domestic Violence and Family Support Program

Northside Connect | Phone: 3260 6820 | Fax: 3260 7127 Address: 14 Station Street, Nundah Postal: PO Box 386, Nundah 4012 Email: admin@northsideconnect.org.au Website: www.northsideconnect.org.au Northside Connect

Neighbourhood Centre Update As the community continues to recover and reopen during the COVID pandemic, Northside Connect are excited to reenergise our neighbourhood centre programs.

Nundah Festival Northside Connect is excited to be a part of the Nundah Festival with our centre open day! As in previous Nundah Festivals, the Station Road carpark will be filled with stalls, information and activities for children and families. The open day will give people the opportunity to come and explore our centre, and get to know the range of programs we have on offer for the local community.

We’ve engaged a Community Engagement worker to kickstart a series of programs and groups at our Neighbourhood Centre and we’re keen to spread the word of all the exciting goings-on here at Northside Connect. Our current programs such as ESL (English as a Second Language), sewing group, and food relief will continue, as we look to increase our centre’s offerings. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates on new groups and activities, or you can drop into the centre Monday to Thursday to find

out more about our centre offerings. Of course our program will be updated every month in the Loving Nundah magazine. If you have a community group or project idea, or want to get involved as a volunteer or participant, please contact the centre on 3260 6820 or email cew@northsideconnect.org.au.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for upcoming exciting announcements about our Nundah Festival event.

We are Seeking Pantry Donations Volunteer Solicitors Required Brisbane North Community Legal Service (a program of Northside Connect Inc) provides free legal advice to vulnerable and marginalised members of the community. A significant part of our service delivery is provided through our Wednesday Evening Legal Service, staffed by a team of dedicated volunteer solicitors. We are currently seeking additional Volunteer Solicitors in all areas of law, to staff our Wednesday evening service. The service starts from 6pm and it is usually a 2-to-3 hour commitment. You can nominate to do this as frequently as weekly, and as infrequently as every 6 weeks. If you are passionate to help our community, please contact our Legal Administrator Kamal Kaur on legaladmin@ northsideconnect.org.au or call 3260 6820.


Requests for food relief have increased significantly in the last three months and our pantry is almost bare again. We hate to turn people away, so once again we are asking our local community to help out. We are seeking donations of tinned food, rice, pasta, pasta sauces, cereals, long life milk, tinned fruit, biscuits and snacks. We appreciate these items being dropped to the Centre during office hours. All items must be in date and unopened or used. Thank you for your help!

80th Anniversary Battle of Milne Bay The Nundah-Northgate RSL Sub Branch will hold a service to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Milne Bay. All in the community are invited to attend. When: 10am on Sunday, 28 August Where: Nundah Memorial Park, Corner Bage Street and Buckland Road, Nundah Please RSVP your attendance to secretary@nundah.rslqld.net.au or 3256 7887 by Sunday, 14 August for planning purposes.

Homelessness Week, 1 - 7 August 2022 On an average night, roughly 116,000 people are without homes Australia-wide. In Brisbane, approximately 5,813 people are homeless. Homelessness Week is an annual campaign run by Homelessness Australia, and the theme for this year is ‘to end homelessness, we need a plan’. This plan includes making housing affordable for all, providing the support that people need, and ending family and domestic violence. Homelessness and housing insecurity is an ever-present and increasing concern across Australia. To support your local community members, you can donate food, clothing or money to community or donation centres like Northside Connect, or participate in homelessness week events. lovingnundah.com.au

Northside Connect Program List Aug/Sep 2022* For more information on attending daily activities and to book, please phone on 3260 6820 or email admin@northsideconnect.org.au. *Due to COVID-19, planned programs and activities may change or be cancelled at short notice. Please contact the Centre for the latest information. MONDAY





FRUIT AND VEG HANDOUT 10.00am - 12.00pm

Gold coin donation.

VINNIES VISIT 12.30pm - 1.30pm Please phone Vinnies to make appt 1800 846 643.



Please phone Monday to book a time slot on 3260 6820.

Donations greatly appreciated.


VINNIES VISIT 12.30pm - 1.30pm







Please phone Vinnies to make appt 1800 846 643.

YOGA 12.30pm - 1.30pm Please phone 3260 6820 to book. Gold coin donation.

LEGAL SERVICE Over the telephone appts 6.00pm - 8.30pm Please phone 3260 6820 to book. Donations greatly appreciated.

Northside Connect is closed every second Tuesday of the month from 2.30pm for a staff meeting. FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGMENT: The Nundah Neighbourhood Centre Program receives funding from the Queensland Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy. The Brisbane North Community Legal Service is funded by Federal and State Government, distributed by the Attorney General of Qld under the National Partnership Agreement. The Domestic Violence and Family Support Program is funded through a combination of both Queensland Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy and Federal and State Government funding, distributed by the Attorney General of Qld. NCI also receives additional assistance through one off grants from Government and Philanthropic sources and generous donations from community members, local businesses and other organisations. DISCLAIMER: This publication contains general information only. Readers should not act on the basis of any material in this publication and obtain specific expert professional advice about their own particular situation. The NCI expressly disclaims any liability whatsoever caused to any persons with respect to any action taken in reliance on the contents of this publication.



JOIN US AT NUNDAH STATE SCHOOL on Saturday and Sunday BOOK NOW Mobile: 0450 439 393 Email: qld21.cricket@sportstarcademy.com

From us, to you – thank you We’d like to thank the people of Nundah for opening your hearts to our boutique retirement village, Alondra Residences.

Yoga and Mindfulness for Every Body ENQUIRIES/BOOKINGS AT

hello@yoganundah.com.au Mention Loving Nundah and get your first class free

To learn more visit alondra.com.au

Yoga Nundah | yoganundah.com.au St Francis of Assisi (lower ground level via Cameron St), 62 Cavendish St, Nundah

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Be our guest at Bernborough Ascot and experience a personalised tour of our vibrant retirement village. Make the most of the easy connection to the inner city, shops and entertainment precincts and come home to enjoy the expansive views over the city and the racecourse. You’re invited to join us for coffee in our Masters Club and explore the beautiful display apartments and resort-style facilities including concierge, theatre, library and wellness services. Visit today to discover why our residents love where they live.

Search Bernborough Ascot Retirement or call 1800 550 550 to book your tour. Photographs are for illustrative purposes only. Information about the services and facilities provided in the village is correct at the time of printing but may change as the needs of the residents change. Lendlease proudly operates under the Retirement Villages Act. Published by Lendlease RL Realty (QLD) Pty Ltd. ABN 25 138 535 814. Printed in July 2022.