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Edition 32, September 2012

The 2012 Great Pyramid Race A crowd of over 4000 people watched 150 runners challenge themselves in the 2012 Great Pyramid Race. This year was the 53rd anniversary of the running of the race. The 12 kilometre race was run in warm conditions with the eventual winner Neil Labinsky clocking a time of 1 hour 23 minutes and 32 seconds, almost 2 minutes ahead of David Wood in a time of 1 hour 25 minutes and 19 seconds and then Steven Francis almost 4 minutes after that. Neil Labinsky has won the Pyramid race on three other occasions in the past including, 2007, 2008 and 2010. First female across the line in a time of 1.45.58 seconds was Kate Johnston a clear winner from second place getter Rosannah Blackwood followed by Shannon Lenehan. 9 competitors competed in the 50-59 year bracket which was eventually won by Steve Cunningham in a time of just over 1 hour 36 minutes. The 60 years and over race was run and won by Graham Barralet in an incredible time of 1 hour 36 minutes and 37 seconds. An incredible total of 6 runners competed in this division and considering this has been compared to a marathon in intensity it is a great effort. The juniors 16-18 year male was won by Clinton Bowden in his second attempt on the

Photo by Colin Creek.

mountain and junior girls was won by Emma Rooke who has been waiting years to challenge herself on the mountain. The last runner came in at just over the 3 hour mark. The day also incorporated other events including a 5 kilomtre race and a 100 metre dash down the main street of Gordonvale. Entertainment continued throughout the day including markets, dancing, tae kwon do demonstrations and bands. Many of the hotels also reported a busy time with entertainment going late into the evening. The Parkview Tavern presented a great burnout competition in the back car park.

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A large contingent of some of the best looking vehicles in Cairns were put on display and proved popular amongst the crowd. Plans are already underway for next year’s event. Once again thanks go out to all sponsors: Mulgrave Mill, Cairns Regional Council, Marino Moller Solicitors, Channel 7, National Australia Bank, Geckos Screenprint and Design, Walters IGA, Impress Art, Zinc FM, NQ Civil, Parkview Tavern, Great Northern Hotel, Cairns Crocs Gordonvale RSL and of course the Mulgrave News.

Workers recognised Local Business Guide At the official opening of the 2012 Great Pyramid Race, Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt acknowledged the tireless community service work performed by three members of the Gordonvale community who have consistently given of their time so generously to benefit the local community. Mr Pitt paid tribute to Mr Frank Steene who is involved with many local community groups. "As a Member of Parliament I get to attend many local meetings and it's odds-on that Frank will be there too," Mr Pitt said. "Frank is a member of the Local Ambulance Committee, spent 37½ years as an auxiliary firefighter, is a member of the Quingilli and Behana Gorge Rural Fire Brigades and is Fire Warden for Quingilli and Behana Gorge. "He has been a JP (qualified) for 43 years and is actively involved in the 'JP in the Community' service at Mount Sheridan Plaza, Stockland, Raintrees and Cairns Central. "Additionally he is on the St Michaels School SafeST committee, part of the Gordonvale Eliminate Dengue team, past member of the Gordonvale Lions Club and set up the Meerawa Community Centre.” Mr Pitt also honoured husband and wife team Jim and Marie Floyd. "Jim has been with the Gordonvale Tennis Club for about 20 years and has coached over 2,000 kids. He is the tennis and ALF school liaison officer for the local area including Yarrabah," Mr Pitt said. "Pyramid Power Junior AFL Club is a passion for Jim because he not only trains the kids but he also drives the bus to make sure they get to training and matches. "He’s happy to do anything including mowing, whipper-snipping, painting and is always hassling people so the club can get something for nothing.” Mr Pitt said at Pyramid Power, Jim and Marie Floyd are a formidable team. "There would be no club without Marie - she is everything to the club. Marie does all the administration work, she manages a young team and is the club's tribunal advocate. "Basically she organises everyone - and if someone is sick she can do the job for them. She can even operate the line-marker to mark the field and knows that it takes 10 litres of paint because she orders the supplies," Mr Pitt said. Mr Steene and Mr and Mrs Floyd were presented with commemorative plaques by Mr Pitt. Mr Pitt said the weekend was not only about the Pyramid Race, but it was also an opportunity for the Gordonvale community to show why it’s still the envy of many others in Far North Queensland. “This great race shines the spotlight on what is truly a magnificent part of Australia,” Mr Pitt said. “The reason there is still such a strong sense of community in Gordonvale is because of the efforts of people like Frank Steene, and Jim and Marie Floyd. "I hope our younger generation will continue the tradition of putting their time into the community to make it a better place."

BUTCHER Hindquarter Quality Meats Marty & Renee Hind - 35 Norman St, Gordonvale 4865, Ph 4056 1132

CLOTHING REPAIRS & ALTERATIONS Supplier of St Michael’s School Uniforms, Corporate Wear, Hospitality Wear, Sportswear, Polo’s and Headwear. Minimum quantities apply. Contact Helen b/h: 4056 5632 M: 0407 711 501 E:

LANDSCAPING Garden Art Landscapes New Homes - Makeovers - Design - Consultation - Turf Irrigation Maintenance - Residential - Small Commercial Marie Jenkins Ph: 4045 5920 M: 0434 082 420

PAINTING CONTRACTOR Brendon Pearce Painting Contractor Domestic, commercial, repaints & decorative finishes. Ph: 0408 405 620

PLUMBER Graham Johnston Plumbing Excavating, Gutter Cover and Biocycle P.O. Box 478 Gordonvale 4865 Ph: 0418 772 535

UPHOLSTERY Paulie’s Upholstery For all Your Repairs and Full Recovers, Home and Office Furniture, Motorbike & Car Seats, Boat Covers and Furniture, Machinery Covers Ph: 0413 005 833 Fax: 4056 1052

YOGA WITH MARILYN Classes at the CWA Hall or Aloomba State School Enquiries for class times: Marilyn Pratt, IYTA Ph: 4054 2485 M: 0423 045 145 E:


Community Benefit Tokens For every $20 spent at Walters SUPA IGA (excluding Cigarettes and cig products) customers receive a token to deposit in the Community Token Box of their choice. Spend $100 and receive 5 tokens, etc. The value of the tokens is paid to the Community Organisation twice a year.

Shopping locally puts money back into our local community through the token program.

Phone: 07 4056 6077 Address: Cnr George and Gordon Street Gordonvale Email: 2

The Mulgrave Rambler In 1935 The Mulgrave Central Sugar Mill purchased a steam cane loco. It was built in 1934 by John Fowler, Leeds.

from the Rambler Station in Gordonvale up through Orchid Valley to the Waterfall Nursery run by David and Susan Collier.

When it arrived at the mill it was called Nelson after the previously gazetted name given to the small sugar town that became Gordonvale.

The driver on that first trip out of the Rambler Station was George Hesp who was the locos last driver before it was decommissioned. George also acted as a relief driver.

The Nelson was used to haul cane to the mill. Between 1951 and 1955 the driver was George Hesp. Apparently the fireman’s job was considered, by the younger fellows, to be the pick of the jobs on the loco. It was hard work as the fireman had to shovel anything up to 6 tons of coal each shift. The Nelson was decommissioned in 1955 as steam made way for more efficient locos. In June of that year George made his last run out to Aloomba. Many a Gordonvale resident remembered the sound of Nelson’s whistle long after it stopped running. On its retirement the Nelson was set up in Norman Park as a reminder of part of the history of the sugar industry in North Queensland. Directors of the Mulgrave Mill decided to diversify their milling interests and came up with the idea of a tourist train ride venture. The Nelson was resurrected from Norman Park and renamed The Rambler. Specially designed old style carriages were built to allow passengers the scenic view. The trip took them through some spectacular sugar cane country

The full time driver was Richard Salisbury. Also assisting with the train was Michael Kent. Tony Hunter drove the Rambler bus and Jacqui Ireland, Diane Ross and Janice Sherratt looked after the kiosk at the station. Ian Elkington gave a talk before the tour began and also guided the tourists through the mill. According to the brochure the tourist’s venture was a ride on the historic train The Mulgrave Rambler. Tourists were lured with a Devonshire Tea, a steam train ride, rainforest tour, sugar mill tour, museum admission and an explanation of the sugar industry plus coach transfers with full commentary (where applicable). The Mulgrave Settlers Museum in Gordonvale is interested to find out anymore information and stories from passengers who travelled on the Mulgrave Rambler and from anyone who experienced the last train trip and how the tourist venture came to an end. Please contact Travis on 4056 1761 or Julie on 4056 5739.

Office Space to Share House in residential area used for business, located in Gordonvale. One room available. For more info contact 4056 5670 Gordonvale Lions Club The following equipment & facilities are available for hire: Tables (seats 8) $ 7 Chairs $ 1 Large Barbeques $ 25 + gas Merry-go-round $100 Contact Norm Fitzpatrick 4056 3081

Air-conditioned club room with: • tables & seating for 60 • self-contained kitchen • data projector, laptop and screen Hire cost is $60/day or $10/day to non-profit organizations. Contact Glenn Pope 0417 707 447. A large food van with all accessories for cooking chips, hamburgers etc. Catering services to large functions available. Contact Hec Stampa 4056 1032. The Mulgrave News is an independently owned newsletter printed and delivered free to the residents of Gordonvale every month. Any articles of interest can be included in the paper by emailing to Deadline for articles and advertising is the 15th of the month to allow time for set up and printing. The paper relies on advertising by local businesses to succeed. If you cannot advertise in the paper, please support the businesses that do advertise. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce any material published in the Mulgrave News for which they do not hold copyright.


Tickle Your Tastebuds


sponsored by Julie’s Tasty Treats 76 Gordon Street. Phone: 4056 3343 Email: We have a new competition ‘Tickle your Tastebuds’ sponsored by Julie’s Tasty Treats. There will be a new theme each month. Recipes to be emailed to or visit our Facebook page and post your recipe on the Wall. Entries close 20th September. The winning recipe printed each month receives a $5.00 gift voucher from Julie’s Tasty Treats. For our October edition we would like to see all your favourite SLICE recipes. Users of our Mulgrave News Facebook page were lucky enough to hear about this competition early and able to enter for our September edition. Congratulations Carlie Snoad and thanks for sending in this recipe.



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Ingredients 1 packet short crust or puff pastry 3 shallots, sliced 2 bacon rashes, chopped 125g grated cheese 3 eggs 300ml thickened cream 1 tsp Dijon mustard Method 1. Using a 7cm scone cutter, cut circles of pastry and press into greased patty tins. 2. Fill each shell evenly with shallots, cheese and bacon. 3. Combine cream, eggs and dijon mustard and fill each shell until almost full. 4. Bake at 200 degrees in an electric oven for 15-20 minutes. Makes approximately 24.

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Markets Cairns Festival Father’s Day School Holidays Commence Senior Exercise Guide Hall 1.15pm to 2.15pm Diverse Dance 3.30pm Gordonvale Hub Playgroup Gordonvale Hub 9.30am Active Games in the Park 3.15pm Splash Dance at Gordonvale Aquatic Centre Mahjong Gordonvale Hub Gloria is having lunch Play and Grow at The Hub 9.30 to 11.30 Hip Hop Dance Gordonvale Hub

6th 6th 7th 1st - 31st

Queens Birthday Public Holiday Markets Gordonvale Turf Club Race Day School Holidays Finish Girls Night In National Breast Care Awareness

November 3rd 6th 11th 14th 1st - 30th

Markets Melbourne Cup Day Rememberance Day Eclipse Movember

December 1st 15th

Markets School Holidays Commence

If you would like to see your small or large event eg. fetes, cent sales, trivia nights, markets etc. published in the Caltex Community Calender please email your details to or give us a call on 4056 5825

Bowen and Emmett treatments for kids


Treatments at Robyn's clinic are for all ages from babies to the elderly. The techniques used are through clothing, very gentle and can be very effective.

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Children with a range of movement issue, aching muscles, sporting injuries, headaches, knee or back pain, growing pains, stress, sinus and many more pain and discomfort issues can be addressed. Some problems that babies may be assisted with include restlessness, colic and breastfeeding issues. If a baby cannot feed properly on one side it may be because of a stiff neck or restriction that gives them pain when turning their head to that side.

Welcome to this month's industry update. The fantastic weather has brought with it a lot of buyer activity at Open Homes and also for private inspections. Like most Agencies, at Cairns Property Office we are finding that Property Listings are becoming scarce and many buyers are becoming quite anxious about finding a suitable home. Many of these buyers have sold in the last 6 months and have rented whilst looking for their new home.

Treatments may also be beneficial after surgery to help relax the muscles around the area and to aid in healing.

As the end of their lease approaches they are keen to buy, especially since many landlords are putting rents up, some by as much as $30 per week, due to the low vacancy rates in the Cairns Region. Also, following a meeting with the head Town Planner at Cairns Regional Council, we have some excellent information regarding Land Record Searches from a Limited Certificate through to Full Planning and Development Certificates, parameters about Working from Home and whether it is classed as a Home Activity or a Home Based Business and some rules around Character Precincts - Gordonvale Township being one, of course.

Mulgrave News is now available on Facebook. If you are not a member of facebook you can find a link on a website sharing information about Gordonvale. Enjoy our online publication. Also remember any unwanted copies of Mulgrave News can be delivered to the Gordonvale Library for others to enjoy.

Please email or phone me for more information. Have a great month. Robyn Hawley-Whitton, Cairns Property Office 0488 071 007.






Councillor’s Corner WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND THE REGION A lot has happened in the last month from my perspective. On the 5th of August the Mulgrave and District Chamber of Commerce hosted a community working bee. It was not as well attended as we had hoped but it was fantastic to see volunteer members of the community get out on a Sunday morning, cleaning tables and park bench seats, as well as Norman Park play ground and Cane Toad World. I managed to get a Council worker in (thanks Jack) who cleaned the stage and around the toilet block, statue and shelter with a large industrial cleaner. Many shop tenants and landlords had out the gurneys and hoses and cleaned the footpaths from Ye Old round to the RSL. A few things came out of it for me. We has the toilets cleaned but will replace the benches in the kids room, get some towel dispensers installed, change the taps and bubblers in the park and got a lick of paint on the park benches/tables. A good morning overall. On the 11th of August Gordonvale hosted one of the best Pyramid Race and Country Fair's held for a long time. Well done to Lyndell Brownlee and all the committee - your hard word paid dividends and the day was enjoyed by all. The runners were the highlight of the day, courageously taking on the mountain. It was also great to see a lot of young ones tackling the 5 km race. I thought it was great of Lyndell to highlight to the Mayor that the Festival is not yet funded for next year, so publicly Cr Bob Manning announced CRC funding for another three years. Brilliant outcome and I didn't even have to promise to race to get the funds! Saturday the 18th we held the first meeting of the newly formed or reformed Gordonvale Focus Group. We had about 12 people attend who were active and concerned members of the community or were representing another community body within the area. As we laid down at the Community Forum in July, the Focus Group has decided on Norman Park as its first mission. Attending was the CRC new Branch Manager of Parks and Leisure, Brett Spencer. We had some great ideas put forward, such as some nee park tables and benches, a footpath all around, increased equipment for the playground and a tourist like street sign with directions to all interesting points in Gordonvale. The Water Tower sparked the most discussion mainly due to its historical significance to the region. Brett's crew are going to knock up a quick survey for people to be able to fill out concerning the water tower and its future. The next meeting will be held on Saturday the 6th of October at the Hub. Come along with a positive mind set. All citizens welcome. I have started a Cr Steve Brain Facebook site. My aim is to keep the followers routinely up-to-date with local events and happenings - friend me for a look. All community events that are logged can have details found on the Focus on Gordonvale website, hosted by the Hub. It is: Till next time, stay safe and have pride in your town. Cr Steve Brain.

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Pet of the Month

sponsored by The Feed Shop. 12-14 George Street, Ph: 4056 2510,

We have a new competition ‘Pet of the Month’ sponsored by The Feed Shop. There will be a new theme each month. Photo Entries to be emailed to or visit our Facebook page and post your photo on the Wall. Please ensure you have permission from the animal owner before submitting entry. Entries close 20th September. The winning photo printed each month receives a $5.00 gift voucher from The Feed Shop. For our October edition we would like to see all your favourite/funny DOG photos. Users of our Mulgrave News Facebook page were lucky enough to hear about this competition early and able to enter for our September edition. Congratulations Kayla Yates and thanks for sending in this wonderful photo of Harley and his blankie.

Deb the Brochure Lady By Wendy Maddocks - PART 2 When Deb began delivering brochures, she had a big problem returning friendly waves because she would automatically raise her right hand which meant that she released the accelerator handle, causing the scooter to come to a sudden, (and sometimes embarrassing) stop. She also kept trying to put a seat belt on and it took her a while to synchronize everything. Deb loves the greetings from householders and her “pet mates” and laughingly tells of the morning that she was saying “G’day, Babies,” to her canine friends when the owner stood up from behind the bushes where he was gardening and said, “Were you talking to me then?” During a thunderstorm, Deb rescued a terrified little dog and put it inside the front of her raincoat. With its head poking out under her chin, Deb says she felt like a kangaroo with a joey in her pouch. Sometimes she recognizes the lost animal and is able to return it to its owner. Deb delivers The Cairns Sun, Mulgrave News and over two thousand brochures on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and has gone through three scooters and uses over two and a half tanks of fuel each week. The rapid development in this region requires up to 12 hours preparation time folding and packing, whilst loading the scooter can be repeated up to five times in the one day. And that doesn’t count delivery time! Bad weather means slippery gutters, wet footpaths and grass which Deb will not drive through if it is over a foot high because hidden rocks, rubbish and holes could cause serious injury. Fortunately, the only snake she has encountered was a dead one! Because her scooter is sometimes below the level of trucks and cars, Deb gives those drivers a wave to remind them that she is there. So, when you spot our Brochure Lady, give her a cheery wave and make her day.

Mulgrave Landcare General Meeting 4th Tuesday of the month at the Catchment Centre, 98a Norman Street, Gordonvale at 7pm. Check our website for details at or phone 0438 720 179. Meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

Mulgrave Landcare Are you school age & live in Gordonvale? Apply now - Hon. Warren Pitt Scholarship. Program Youth Community Service (Environment) Award. Info: Phone 0438 720 170

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Talented Tuckshop JP Centres The tuckshop at Gordonvale State School has maintained the momentum of outstanding environmental achievements of Gordonvale State School by implementing eco-friendly practices in their daily tuckshop routines. State winner of the 2011 “Most Environmentally Friendly Tuckshop of the Year” Award, Gordonvale State School, in conjunction with Holloways Beach Environmental Education Centre hosted an Eco-friendly Tuckshop workshop recently. Tuckshop convenors as far south as South Johnstone and from schools as large as Cairns State High School attended the session with presenters including past and present Excelsior students from Gordonvale State School. Jarrah Pearce, past School Captain, presented her 2011 project about the feasibility of using biodegradable packaging in the tuckshop. In 2011, after being convinced of the benefits of this initiative, Ms Morellini, the school tuckshop convenor took on board Jarrah’s recommendations. This initiative not only contributed to the school winning the ‘Most Environmentally Friendly Tuckshop’ Award in 2011 but also to Jarrah winning a Tropical Innovation Award for the Emerging Youth category. Excelsior students, Satria Curmi and Luke Azzopardi showed the convenors and P & C representatives through the school’s Permaculture Partnerships Garden, explaining

how the garden produce is used in the tuckshop. Marie Taylor, Water and Waste Education Officer from Cairns Regional Council spoke about the Council’s School Recycling Scheme and offered her services to assist in setting this up in schools. Margaret Leary, State President of the Queensland Council of Parents and Citizen Association attended the workshop and was impressed with the workshop outcomes summing up the day with the following comment “A great workshop on eco friendly tuckshops and being shown around the school’s permaculture garden and listening to kids that have such a passion for being involved. Inspirational!” For information about setting up an eco-friendly tuckshop, please contact Sandra Charlton

Today’s society has become more complex and thousands of documents require formal signing each day to comply with government legislation. Justices’ of the Peace are trained highly respected citizens who are appointed by the Qld Government to take on special responsibilities, such as witnessing signatures of wills and powers of attorney, processing affidavits and statutory declarations, and certifying copies of documents etc – all on a voluntary basis. To provide this voluntary service to the community south of Cairns city, the QJA Cairns South Branch announces the operation of JP signing centres at Gordonvale and Edmonton. Gordonvale centre operates on the second last Friday each month at Gordonvale Community Centre (the Hub), from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Edmonton centre operates on the last Friday each month at Hambledon House Community Centre from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Queensland registered JPs interested in volunteering their time are asked to contact the QJA Cairns South Branch on 0434 510 333 or

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Some Recent Sales - 9 Suhle St, Edmonton Sold in 10 days to Cash Buyer - 38 Queen St, Edmonton Sold to Cash Buyer - A321 Ramada Resort, Port Douglas Sold to Cash Buyer - 28 Fisher Road, Gordonvale - 10 Klarwein Close, Gordonvale For Results You Can Trust, Call Me for a Free Appraisal Robyn - 0488 071 007

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