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from Suburban This week still looks Surf pretty sad in the overdue swell. hope for a long From inconsistent E/SE Tuesday to Thursday there is an ground swell with around the one to two-foot mark. waves only Winds through Friday will be tending to the morning. Spots northerly with lighter NW in to check would beaches for more be the open swell corners in the arvos. early, then the northerly Saturday has a with SW winds southerly change early, followed by a SE change. However, waves will the half to one-foot be even smaller Saturday around southerly ground mark. Hopefully there is a small swell predicted to build for Sunday arvo. So hit the open beaches. However, winds from the E/NE, will be making it a bit messy. High tide between mid-mor is ning and the water temp and lunchtime all this week is still sitting around 20-degree mark. the A spring suit for the early morning a good call. Good is surfing and he e’s least some rideable hoping for at waves.
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ands up who has no idea where most of their super is? Can you, off to the top of your head, even name your super fund? Or are you like me and have had so many over the years that you’ve lost track of what super is where? If you’re someone who conscientiously rolls over your super balance every time you change funds or jobs, who can quickly lay your hands on the latest statement and can even declare how much you’ve got in it, well, I applaud you. After researching this week’s cover story, I have realised that I really need to become just like you. It didn’t shock me (which is a worry really), to find out that most baby boomers not only feel completely unprepared financially to retire, but are pretty down about it. And as a member of generation X,
] I am getting a little concerned. We aren’t far behind the baby boomers. In 10 years or so it will be our turn to worry. But worry never helped, so if you’re not prepared for retirement but would like to be, head to page 6, book in to see your financial advisor and get set to take control of your finances. If part of that taking control is buying up an investment property or two, head to page 40 for advice on investing in real estate. I’ve got some tips on doing it right. If you’re still feeling down about retiring head to agenda on page 22 – we have a story about happiness, and how to get it. It is probably a lot easier than you think. If happiness to you is curling up in front of the box after work, you’re going to love us. This is the first issue we are featuring our much-anticipated prime-time TV guide. Turn over to page 70 for that one.
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ave you noticed that your baby boomer parents or friends seem a little grumpy lately? If you have, you’re not alone. RaboDirect’s recent 2012 National Savings and Debt Barometer survey has revealed that BBs are the most pessimistic of all generations, and it’s all got to do with money. According to the survey, almost a third of them expect to still have a mortgage when they retire. They’re feeling the financial pinch and it is making them cranky. So why the long faces? This is the generation of people who until recently have had it pretty easy – they grew up in a time of cheaper housing, easy jobs, free universities and relatively good economic times. But now the sharemarket has sunk, the housing market has left them nervous and there’s not as much cash in the bank as they would have liked. Some other findings from RaboDirect are that 47 per cent believe they have less money to live on each week and 39 per cent expect to be financially worse off in a year’s time. Where did it all go wrong? While it’s easy to blame the GFC and economic conditions (62 per cent of BBs surveyed expect the economy to worsen in
12 months), their attitudes might not be helping. RaboDirect also reports that members of this generation are more likely to download a weather app than a banking app onto their smartphones – while they might see their financial situations as gloomy, there are many who aren’t rushing out to rectify it. Still, while attitude and poor planning might explain the situation, not all BBs are at fault. Mark Davidson is the Buderim branch manager of financial planning firm Ord Minnett. He reckons low interest rates are an issue. “If you invested $100,000 in term deposits back in the 1980s and spent the earnings each year, back then you might have had $14,000 per annum to spend,” Davidson says. “Now you would have $5000 and falling. If you invested in a portfolio of blue-chip Australian shares you would have well over $40,000 per annum, because as the economy grows, companies make more money and distribute that as dividends. The same can be said of property rents – they increase over time although to a lesser extent than dividends.” So does that mean those nearing retirement should ditch the bank account and go in for shares and property?
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Fear is paralysing and doing nothing is the only way to guarantee an outcome. We must act if we want to improve our circumstances Mal Cayley, director, Investor Property
Davidson says, “If retirees want to invest only in term deposits, they are setting themselves up for a life of austerity. If you retire at 65, you might be retired for 20 to 30 years. The only way forward is to invest in assets that pay an increasing dividend stream.” He advises investors to look into subordinated notes issued by some of the big Australian companies. “While these won’t grow in value, they do offer a better interest rate than term deposits.” He adds,
“These are safe, low-volatility investments that are expected to mature in around five years.” But before considering investing for retirement, it’s a good idea to know what you are investing for. So how much do you actually need to retire? “It all comes down to anticipated lifestyle spending requirements,” says Davidson. “Some people can exist comfortably on $30,000 per annum and others can’t survive on $150,000. We generally work on the desired
CASE STUDY MWP asked Ord Minnett’s Mark Davidson to offer advice to these typical Sunshine Coast readers who face retirement:
THE CLIENTS: John and Jenny are in their early 50s and living on the Sunshine Coast. John earns about $80,000 a year from his own business and has about $50,000 in his current super fund. He knows he has some super that has been invested in other funds over the years but has lost track of what and where. Jenny earns a casual wage and brings home about $40,000 a year. John and Jenny no longer have dependants at home and they owe about $70,000 on their mortgage. They also have about $20,000 owing on car loans and a $5000 credit card debt. They have no other assets and are getting a little concerned about retiring.
THE ADVICE: “The good news for them is, it’s not too late, even though they have left their run very late. The bad news is, there’s no fast track to wealth. It will involve a lot of hard work and will probably involve working until at least 65 and probably until 67 when they would qualify for the age pension. 1) They need to focus on
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reducing spending and using excess cash flow to retire debt. As they have minimal savings they will have to focus on spending less, saving, reducing debt and accumulating assets. 2) They may consider maximising their super contributions to reduce tax and drawing a lump sum out on retirement to extinguish any residual debt. 3) John should search for his lost super – he can visit findmysuper.com.au to assist in this process. 4) They may also consider a modest level of investment debt to fund either a share or property purchase. These assets would need to be purchased wisely and they would not want to pay over the top – so a judicious purchase is important. 5)They need to consult a reputable financial adviser to assist in this process. Over the years, if they follow this process with discipline, their eventual retirement would be partially funded by the age pension and partially by their investment portfolio, which would hopefully be all in super.”
level of expenditure divided by an income rate of five per cent. So if a client requires $50,000 to spend, they need to have $1 million of investable assets. More sophisticated calculations are required once you bring in age pension entitlements, but to be fully self-funded this is the answer. Assuming you invest in a balanced portfolio that will show some growth over time, the growth will counter the effects of inflation and the income stream should grow over time. If you invest in cash and term deposits only, you would need much, much more.” Davidson understands that investors might be wary of shares but says they shouldn’t be avoided altogether. An investment strategy, sound professional advice and good planning are the way to go. Sounds like a no-brainer really, but too few people spend much time planning retirement. “From an early age, you should always have the end game in mind,” Davidson says. “Purchasing a house. Paying off debt, accumulating assets. Those who think about it and plan can usually do so successfully. Others are left to struggle later in life.” Property has long been a favourite investment for BBs. Investor Property’s Mal Cayley advises those investing in real estate every day, and he concedes that changes in the global, national economies have affected the property market. But Cayley believes it’s not all bad, saying the changes are “driving significant opportunity not seen before, but we have to be smarter, better informed, more flexible and better structured than we were in the past to make the most of it. I have never been more excited about property as an asset, but never worked harder to be so specific in what, where, when, why and how long.” So is the economy making us pessimistic, or is our pessimism paralysing us from taking the steps necessary to ensure financial security? Cayley says the world has changed but recent economic woes have brought attention to the need for better economic planning. The strategy of “buy and hope never creates wealth”, he says. “Actioning a specific plan does. This includes sourcing the right assets to achieve that plan. Fear is paralysing, and doing nothing is the only way to guarantee an outcome. We must act if we want to improve our circumstances. To have continued over> M Y W EEK LY PREVIEW \ S EPT EM B ER 7 , 2 0 1 2 [ 7 ]
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< from previous page the confidence to act we need specific, proven advice and support.” He disagrees with the pessimistic baby boomers. “The Queensland economy and property market are in the upswing phase,” Cayley says. “We have to be cautious, but there are options to change the rest of their lives that need only five to 10 years. The opportunity to invest in property through self-managed super funds makes property a much more attractive option for those with the opportunity.”
WHAT ABOUT THE PENSION? On July 1, 1992, the Federal Government introduced compulsory superannuation. Baby boomers and subsequent generations, who are used to a higher standard of living than generations before, are perhaps not as keen as their parents and grandparents to rely on the pension alone to see them through. Unfortunately, many of them still will. So how much is the pension? If you qualify for Age Pension, you may also be eligible to receive other support such as Rent Assistance or the Pension Supplement. The base rate for a single person is $695.30 a fortnight. For couples the base rate is $524.10 each.
How many of us worry about money? Sunshine Coast-based Greg Tindall is a senior financial planner with Macquarie Private Wealth. He has revealed some interesting stats to MWP:
of workers expect to be totally or partially dependant on the age pension (61 per cent of retirees actually are).
of seniors are very concerned about the value of their savings and investments not keeping up with inf ation.
of people about to retire are either behind or not sure if they’re going to meet their goals.
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He later joined Matthew Levy and fellow USC-based High Performance Paralympic Squad members Matthew Cowdrey and Andrew Pasterfield to win the men’s 4x100-metre relay in three minutes 50.17 seconds. His success and that of other members of the High-Performance Paralympic Squad from USC has added significantly to Australia’s medal haul in London. Among its members are Cowdrey, who now has two gold and two silver medals in London, Ellie Cole who won gold in the 100-metre backstroke S9 on Friday, and Rick Pendleton who claimed bronze in the 200-metre individual medley SM10 on Thursday. USC’s Professor of Sport Science Brendan Burkett, a four-time Paralympic swimmer himself, is the Australian Paralympic swim team sport science co-ordinator. Professor Burkett says he was thrilled by the success of the USC High-Performance squad members so far and, with a week of competition remaining, is expecting to see some more exciting results.
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Former Sunshine Coast soldier Eric Kerr is heading to TimorLeste on a second tour of duty, but this time he will be wearing Lycra and pedalling for peace, as well as raising money for children and adults in desperate need of wheelchairs. A veteran of East Timor and Iraq, from September 10 to 15 Eric will lead a three-person team representing Caloundra-based not-for-profit organisation the Encouragement Foundation in the competitive mountain bike race the Tour de Timor. Around 380 riders take part in the gruelling race, traversing the coastal and hinterland communities of Timor-Leste. Eric’s goal reaches beyond simply raising money and completing the race. He wants to promote the rebuilding of TimorLeste through sport and education, rather than through war and unrest. “Even when presented with hardship, the Timorese people remain positive and value their
family as the most important element in their life. Every day you spend with the Timorese, the more infectious their enthusiasm and willingness to move forward as a nation shines through,” he says. For the first time in 2012, the Tour de Timor, a 100 per cent non-profit official event of the Office of the President and Government of Timor-Leste, will cross the Indonesian border to unify the island of Timor. This historic event occurs as Timor-Leste’s celebrates its 10th Anniversary of Independence and hosts the third national Presidential and Government elections. Team Encouragement Foundation has a fundraising target to raise $25,000 for the Tour’s primary charity Motivation Australia and local organisation ASSERT, to provide 125 wheelchairs for children and adults living in Timor-Leste. ASSERT estimate that at least 10,000 people in Timor-Leste are in need of a wheelchair.
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n just five years, the Caloundra Music Festival has gone off the Richter. The first festival in 2007 had 6000 punters; this year’s festival, on September 28 to 30, is estimated to attract around 100,000, according to festival director Richie Eyles. So how did Caloundra Music Festival get so huge, so quickly? “I think we’ve just struck a niche,” says Eyles. “People say we’re family friendly – we’re not just targeting the 18 to 25 demographic. There’s
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or Galactic from New Orleans.” The festival has had strong council support from the outset. Former mayor Don Aldous felt Caloundra needed a major event that would attract tourists from outside the region. Eyles was a community events manager with the former Caloundra Council and had a music background, so he was appointed to drive the festival, which was initially difficult to get off the ground. “There were many challenges,” says Eyles. “You have to attract funding and artists who’ve never heard of the event. The bigger the name, the less they are likely to want to play on a festival line-up that’s unknown and unproven. You also have to get local residents and local businesses on board.” Eyles says the federal, state and local governments support the festival because it brings people to Caloundra, creates jobs, and builds a sense of place and community. While there are only three full-time core team members, an armada of 400 volunteers that extends to interstate and international visitors makes the event possible.
One of the biggest challenges the festival has faced is the weather. Anyone at the 2010 event will never forget Australian music legend Paul Kelly singing to the drenched lines of people queueing to get inside Kings Beach Tavern, or the kids buried up to their necks in mud. “It was just an uncomfortable, wet and windy, miserable three days,” says Eyles. “All but one band played despite cyclonic conditions. People stood in the rain for three days just to make it work, and 95 per cent of the crowd were appreciative of that fact that we did our best.” The festival survived that annus horribilis and this year expands to include a 10-day fringe festival. Eyles says the festival costs in the vicinity of $2 million, with most of the money coming from ticket sales. “The goal is for it to become self-sustainable so it doesn’t cost ratepayers anything,” says Eyles. Taking a festival this size from zero to 100 in five years has been demanding, but Eyles isn’t complaining. “I love it – if you’ve got to have a job you may as well be doing this.”
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ustralia’s Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe lost his way kayaking in the waters off New York’s Long Island on September 3 and had to be rescued by a US Coast Guard boat. The 48-year-old actor who lives on the edge of Sydney Harbour, was kayaking with a friend and launched from Cold Spring Harbor on Saturday afternoon on the Long Island Sound, according to US Coast Guard Petty Officer Robert Swieciki. As it got dark, the two got lost, eventually beaching their kayaks in Huntington Bay, nearly 17 kilometres east from where they had set out. The US Coast Guard was patrolling the area, and heard Crowe call out to them from the shore at about 10pm, Swieciki says. Crowe and his friend, who Swieciki didn’t recognise, paddled over to the boat. The Coast Guard officers pulled them up and, along with their kayaks, gave them a ride to Huntington Harbor. “He just needed a little bit of help,
he just got a little lost,” Swieciki says. “It wasn’t really a rescue, really, more of just giving someone a lift.” Swieciki says no one was injured, and the two men were wearing life vests. He says the actor, who was grateful and friendly, seemed like he was a fairly experienced kayaker. Crowe sent a Twitter message about 1:30am on Sunday thanking the officers, and saying he was out on the water for four-and-a-half hours. Crowe is on Long Island filming a new movie called Noah in Oyster Bay. AP
UK: New era of quantum computing hailed Silicon chips that exploit some weird properties of quantum physics could be common components in laptops and smartphones within a few years, say scientists. British-led technology is set to revolutionise computing using circuits that operate with light instead of electricity, it is claimed. For the first time, they will offer a practical way of harnessing subatomic interactions so strange they spooked Albert Einstein. The result could be blindingly fast search engines, encryption systems that cannot be cracked, and computers vastly more powerful than anything in use today. Super-secure communication devices expected to appear in the next three years could effectively end hacking and identity theft. In another decade, quantum computers could be outperforming their conventional counterparts. And further into the future, quantum circuits might be everywhere – in laptops and phones, helping to design
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elcome to the burgeoning happiness craze. Countries including the US and UK are looking to measure happiness levels among its citizens. Even the United Nations has boarded the happy train, having issued its own 150-page World Happiness Report this year. Amid the wave of interest and research on the subject, the question remains: What is it that makes us happy? Jim Harter, chief scientist of workplace management and wellbeing at research
organisation Gallup, has made a career of investigating the answer to that question. And his extensive worldwide research into happiness and wellbeing points to specific areas that give us a boost. Friends and a strong support network are crucial to happiness. “Are our relationships strong and supportive?” Harter asks. “Do we have love in our lives?” Those things, he says, strongly affect our feelings of wellbeing, adding that anything that strengthens social bonds, whether it be spending time together, sharing experiences or giving of time, are all equally beneficial. “At a basic level, humans are social. And when we build a bond with somebody through those activities, it regenerates us.” Religious faith also seems to lift the spirit. Individuals who possess religious faith report better social lives and more satisfaction with careers, and enjoy better health, financial and community wellbeing – all important areas that lead to a happy life, according to Harter. One of the most debated issues in happiness research has to do with how much of our happiness and joy is actually under our control. Jennifer Garza, author of 365 Days to Happiness, believes everyone has the ability to bring about change. “We have great power to create
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TIPS FROM EXPERTS FOR GETTING HAPPY â€˘ Get moving. Exercise doesnâ€™t have to mean pushing yourself to extremes in the gym. Do something that increases your heart rate and sounds fun to you: walking your dog, gardening, tennis, sex â€“ all of these things release endorphins and make us feel good. â€˘ Savour the simple things in life. Take note and embrace those everyday simple pleasures in life: the sounds of chirping birds, fresh air, beautiful sunsets. â€˘ Stop procrastinating. Spend 15 minutes every day tackling a project or task youâ€™ve been putting off. Feelings of accomplishment will encourage you to complete other projects lurking on your to-do list. â€˘ Surround yourself with happy people. Have you noticed happy people seem to make those around them happy? Indeed, happiness begets happiness. And if youâ€™re not feeling happy, act happy. Put a smile on your face. The feelings will follow. â€˘ Start a gratitude journal. Count your blessings and write about them. Studies show people who focus on what they are thankful for are far happier than those who donâ€™t. â€˘ Donâ€™t expect to be happy at all times. Itâ€™s normal to experience the natural ebb and f ow of feelings of happiness. Itâ€™s OK to feel sad or overwhelmed. Those feelings are part of life. â€˘ Set goals. In all important areas of your life (physical, f nancial, professional, home, relationships and fun), set goals and develop plans for reaching those goals. Seek advice from trusted friends and mentors for guidance, and then get started. â€˘ Pamper yourself. Carve out time to relax and unwind. Take a bubble bath. Recline in a hammock and read a book. Buy yourself f owers. You deserve it! AAP
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he Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens recently delivered a statement to Federal Parliament’s House Economics committee and answered questions from MPs. To summarise, Stevens is content with the current policy stance, given that growth here is likely to be “close to trend” and inflation “consistent with target”. But he is very wary of lingering risk factors. So, let’s look at this statement through the prism of interest rates, the global economy, the Australian dollar and a mining investment boom. On interest rates, Stevens indicated that the bank is prepared to “respond to
significant deviations from the central outlook, to the extent that it was prudent and possible to do so”, within the inflation targeting framework. In summary, the RBA is unlikely to lower interest rates in the near term and would consider such action if a material change in circumstances compelled them to do so. In relation to global economies, Stevens covered familiar territory on conditions in China (growth now more sustainable), Europe (the problems will take a long time to resolve), and the US (moderate pace of growth). On the domestic economy, he reinforced the point that the official inflation forecast was unchanged. The governor described himself as “cautiously optimistic”, but also that he was wary of lingering risks, particularly in Europe. In regard to the Australian dollar, Stevens described the level of AUD as “a bit on the high side” relative to past relationships. He does not see RBA intervention as a solution to reducing it, and is unconvinced by the
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Global recognition for local business owner Sunshine Coast business owner Traci Castle has been recognised at the Ninth Annual International Business Awards (IBA). Castle, who owns boutique photographic studio Studio Republic, was the winner of a Bronze Stevie Award in the Creative Executive Of The Year category, beating more than 3200 nominees from businesses, corporations and organisations from around the world. Any individual or organisation, public or private, for-prof t or non-prof t, is eligible to submit a nomination for the IBAs, which this year received entries from more than 50 nations and territories. Castle says, “It is such an honour to win an international award. I was stunned when I found out I had been chosen as a winner. To be recognised and commended by my peers on an international scale for my innovations within the creative industries blows me away.” Castle was a top three f nalist in the Project 200 ‘What Women Want’ Gala Awards earlier this year in Brisbane, as well a f nalist for the Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards. Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 300 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process this year. For more about the IBA visit StevieAwards.com/IBA.
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1) Wash, peel and dice carrot, onion and potato into 2cm cubes. 2) Season shanks with salt and pepper. 3) Heat oil in a frypan and then caramelise vegetables. 4) Add ginger, garlic and spices to the pan. 5) Stir for two minutes and deglaze with red wine. 6) Add the rest of the ingredients and bring to the boil. 7) Place the shanks in a tagine or similar oven-safe dish and pour vegetable and sauce mixture over. 8) Cover and place in pre-heated oven at 160 degrees for two hours or until meat is falling off the bone. 9) Serve in tagine. This recipe is thanks to Nambour RSL Club’s executive chef Matthew Smyth. Image: Ben Vos
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Zoe Barclay, a social media specialist from The Creative Collective; Pettina Stanghon, a specialist in behavioural change at The Integrated Life Centre; and Senior Constable Greg Newman from the Queensland Police Service, who is the in-school police officer at Maroochydore State High. Barclay explained the practicalities of different social media sites and the importance of teaching young people to protect their personal information (including
ocial media use is increasing rapidly among young people, and many parents are struggling to keep up with advances in technology. Local parents wanting to help their children navigate the online world last week attended the first Tweens and Technology Family Forum, hosted by Kids on the Coast magazine at St Andrews College in Peregian Springs. The forum’s panellists included
their date of birth and the school they attend, for example), and also gave advice on how parents can enforce this and protect their own data online. Newman spoke about some of the safety concerns involved with kids being online and gave examples of policing and management strategies to help families cope with technology. Stanghon encouraged parents to assess their family’s relationship with technology, and to look at the behavioural aspects of their children’s use, which she says “comes down to how that child is interacting online, how much time they’re spending there, and then the exposure that comes with that.” Technology has advanced so rapidly that many families haven’t consciously thought about how they feel about their kids being online, “or how they’re going to set boundaries around this technology”. Stanghon also said constant use of the internet was “rewiring” our brains, and excessive use can cause atrophy in the areas of the brain responsible for speech, memory and
Senior Constable Greg Newman, Zoe Barclay and Pettina Stanghon emotion (which explains why we feel like zombies when we’ve spent too long online). “I realise this is a little bit confronting, but in brain scans the brains of addicts, heroin addicts or gambling addicts, it is the same part of the brain that is getting fired up when kids are on the internet for excessive amounts of time,” she said. “It’s not to be taken lightly, it really is to be understood – the impact that it’s having not just on their physiology, but also their psychology and behaviour.”
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All three panellists emphasised the importance of parental monitoring and support, even if this goes against a child’s wishes. “Trust presupposes that we’re all working on the same priority and with the same amount of information, and we’re not [when it comes to social media],” Stanghon said. “It’s about understanding that a lot of the time they don’t know what they’re getting into, so if you’re saying ‘I trust you’ that’s
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very naively misunderstanding that they could be very innocently exploring something – and if you’re not monitoring with an accountability report, and getting that feedback, then I think that’s a very naive approach.” More forums will be held at Sunshine Coast Grammar School on September 13 and Immanuel Lutheran College on September 19. Call 1300 430 320 or visit kotc familyforum.eventbrite.com to book.
Suicide Prevention Day gathering September 10 marks World Suicide Prevention Day, and Sunshine Coast residents whose lives have been impacted by suicide are invited to attend the Sunshine Coast/ Caboolture Community Suicide Bereavement Remembrance Day this Sunday September 8 at Picnic Park, Maroochydore. Running from 10am to 12pm, the event will feature presentations by the Caloundra Living Beyond Suicide Support Group and other guest speakers, and a brief Remembrance Ceremony followed by the release of doves and an opportunity for individuals to place Flowers of Remembrance into the river. Children’s activities with parental supervision will also be available, and attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and folding chairs. For more information phone 5442 4277.
After taking antidepressants for 20 years, she was shocked to f nd there was a cause for her depression that was never found. Within weeks she was excited, happy, motivated and amazed to get her life back.
When she f rst began antidepressants, she felt a lack of interest in life, low mood, irritability, anger, anxiety and insomnia. Exhaustion then caused more anger and irritability. With a young family, the strain was too much, so she went to her GP and began antidepressants, which worked well, but needed to be maintained for a normal life. When I f rst saw her, she had responded to an ad about depression and was curious about coming off her antidepressants. After asking a few questions, and scanning her brain and body for inf ammation, infection, hormone and brain chemical levels, it was clear what the causes were. Nothing traumatic had happened during the time the depression began, she was relaxed and happy as she had returned from an overseas holiday. This always rings alarm bells, as there are bacteria in water overseas that can cause depression, so we organised a bowel test. We also found that when she was moody, it f uctuated, with bouts of sleepiness, and fogginess throughout the day. This usually indicates a relationship with food, as the symptoms start between meals, f rst irritability
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t has conquered one of the world’s great motorsport events and its closest relative is a Porsche, but it’s not a sports car. It’s a luxury machine made in Germany by one of the world’s biggest car makers, but it’s not a
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has raised the bar substantially over the car it replaces. Not that the previous Touareg was short of credentials. It won the famous Dakar Rally in the hands of Spanish rally legend Carlos Sainz – and also took home the silverware from the famous Pikes Peak and Baja 500 events in the US. Continued over >
DETAILS Five-door, f ve-seat mid-sized luxury 4WD with V6 petrol engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. TECH STUFF 3.6-litre V6 produces 206kW@6200rpm, 360Nm@2600-4000rpm, 4Motion constant AWD system with eight-speed automatic transmission with tiptronic and sports mode; 3500kg braked towing capacity. FEATURES Nine airbags; ESP, ABS with brake assist, autohold and hill descent, anti-slip regulation, active rollover protection; multi-function display, leather trim, electric seats, windows and mirrors; stop-start engine technology and regenerative braking; auto wipers and headlights. THIRST 10.1L/100 kilometres (combined f gure). VERDICT It’s no Porsche, but it’s not that far away. BOTTOM LINE From $62,990; as tested $77,990.
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< from previous page It seems VW’s ambitions have changed for the model since then – the V8 engine is gone as has (for the moment, at least) the gargantuan power of the V10 turbo-diesel variant. Rather, there’s a choice of V6 turbo-diesel or petrol engines – with two differently-tuned versions of the oil-burner. It’s been repositioned in the market slightly, too – where once it topped out at beyond the $100,000-mark, the new model now starts at $62,990 for the entry-level 150TDI – up to $82,900 for the flagship V6 TDI. In-between sits the V6 FSI – the only petrol-powered model in the fleet – which was our test vehicle, costing $77,990. Not cheap, by any means, but it represents pretty keen buying against its European class rivals. We enjoyed the smooth power of the tweaked V6 – delivered in all-but-seamless fashion by the new eight-speed auto which, as well as providing silky acceleration, affords the Touareg very long legs for open-road touring. Ride and quietness are impressive, too. Using lightweight materials, VW has managed to make the new Touareg bigger than the model it replaces, yet lighter and more fuel efficient. There’s a real premium feel to this machine, from the refinement of the drivetrain to the classy finishes of the cabin and impressive level of appointments. The instrument panel offers a format that’s a cut above other VW models on sale Down Under – even the top-spec versions of the classy Passat
sedan. The Touareg uses some attractive LED graphics to allow you to scroll through vehicle settings, satellite navigation, trip computer and even lets the driver highlight certain information while fading the rest back. It’s the best-looking cockpit we’ve seen from VW. While all models from the German maker are the epitome of taste and functionality, the Touareg feels even more classy and luxurious with chrome, wood and aluminium highlights. VW has even reinvented the key, with a snappy oval-shaped fob-style key which slots into the side of the steering column. The range of electronics is impressive and includes the likes of Lane Assist and Side Assist programs, as well as the usual barrage of handling and braking aids including electronic stability program, ABS brakes with EBD, brake assist and hill-hold functions.
Off the beaten track, the VW offers an Off Road Driving Program, selected via a centre-mounted dial, which alters sensitivity of ABS and anti-slip programs – which VW boasts gives the Touareg excellent off-road capability – a feature we weren’t able to test in our drive. There’s also Hill Descent Assist and rollover protection. And, of course, being a German car it comes with a long (and pricey) list of options, including optional air suspension ($5900) and an Area View option which uses four cameras in the tailgate, grille and side mirrors to look at any part of the car while you’re parking in a tight space. Perfect for avoiding those minor dings and scrapes of your pretty alloy wheels. It costs $2500. Tick a few more of the options boxes and you can quickly find yourself behind the wheel of a $100,000-plus VW. But it would be a pretty good one at that.
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RUSSIAâ€™S CAR REVOLUTION â€œThe situation is very different from Europe and the US, because you have a lot of people that have very old cars â€“ or no car â€“ [who] are entering the market for new cars,â€? Renaultâ€™s regional head Bruno Ancelin told Reuters. â€œIt is a tank of potential customers that is still full and we have years and years in front of us to address this kind of customer.â€? International Automobile Salon featured 24 world premieres of new models. A top drawcard was the Maserati GranCabrio Sport, with a local ticketed price of 210,000 euros (almost $260,000).
Before this yearâ€™s Moscow International Automobile Salon, which finishes this weekend, organisers were expecting more than a million people through the gates. Itâ€™s an exciting time for carmakers to be selling into the nation â€“ in terms of volume, car sales in Russia grew by 40 per cent last year, according to Reuters. Volkswagen is forecasting a 30 per cent growth in sales in Russia this year and General Motors is planning to spend about $1 billion in the next five years to increase output in Russia.
It can recognise 19 different languages, but one of the biggest challenges Ford Motor Company had with SYNC was getting it to understand Australian English. SYNC is a voice-activated connectivity system, allowing drivers to make hands-free calls via Bluetooth, and control in-car entertainment options, such as music, through voice control, so drivers can keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road. SYNC has been available in North America since 2007 and showcased Ford as a pioneer in vehicle connectivity. It is already equipped in more than four million vehicles globally. As SYNC rolls out across Asia and Australia, engineers involved in the project have been working to ensure the system can accommodate many different dialects and accents. They have even managed to make SYNC Australia-friendly. The system is smart enough to have a version of voice recognition specific to understand the nuances of the Australian English accent. The system
also includes an Australian accent for the voice prompts it delivers as feedback to vehicle occupants. â€œAustralian English pronunciation is determined less by region than by social, cultural and educational influences,â€? says Mark Porter, Ford Motor Company supervisor, SYNC product development/core voice technology. â€œIt is sometimes claimed that there are variations in accent and pronunciation among people of different states and territories. â€œMost linguists consider there to be three main varieties of Australian English: (a) broad Australian English, (b) general Australian English and (c) cultivated Australian English. They are part of a continuum, reflecting variations in accent.â€? AAP
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REAL ESTATE AGENT INDEX 52 Belle Property 67 Day & Grimes 63 Elders Palmwoods 51 First National 42 Just Real Estate 54 Kennedy Property 45 Michael Knights 68 Montville Real Estate 64 Mooloolaba Real Estate 55 Next Property Group 50 Platinum Properties 66 Professionals Kawana 53 RealWay 46 RE/MAX 67 Riddell Real Estate 44 Seaside Real Estate 41 Team Godwin 39 Vic Murphy
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SCHINDLER’S LISTINGS Mountain Creek – 120 Bundilla Blvde. Modern and affordable 9-year-old brick and tile 4 bedroom ensuited home. 2 huge separated living areas, double lock-up garage, fully fenced with wide side access and located within the Mtn Creek School Zone. Not a cent to be spent. Low to mid $400,000 Buyers Inspect Sat 12.00 - 12.30 Mooloolaba – 2/26 Kalinda Ave. Affordable B/Corps, small well-maintained complex of 4. Renovated kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, lock-up garage, open plan living plus private exclusive courtyard. $278,000 Inspect Sat 11.00 - 11.30 Maroochydore Beachside – Oogar St. “Just Listed” Walk to Alex Heads or Maroochy beach. Extended, fully renovated 3 or 4 bedroom home. Room for pool or caravan in rear yard. East facing front yard. Tightly held precinct. Mid to high $600,000 Buyers Inspect by Appt. Maroochydore Beachside – 87 Wrigley St. “Must be Sold” Renovate or Detonate. 3 bedroom home on 607sqm block easy walk to beach. Sellers want Offers. Only $359,000 Inspect by Appt. Maroochydore – 31 Hazeltine Crt. Quality and size best describes this 4 bedroom, entertainers’ home offering 3 living areas, ducted a/c, i/g pool, quiet cul-de-sac overlooking parkland/lake. Close to new CBD precinct and beach. Room for caravan/boat. Reduced to Sell – $635,000 neg Inspect by Appt. Maroochydore – 4/6 Philipp St. Cheap, Cheap. 2 bedroom unit, single lock-up, close to river and CBD. Small complex, affordable Body Corps. Incredible – $249,500 Inspect by Appt. Cotton Tree – U3/71 Memorial Ave. Large 2 bedroom, ens, townhouse 2 private courtyard/gardens, 1 street from river, walk to shops & beach. Long single garage for extra storage. $349,500 Inspect by Appt.
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INVEST PREVIEW The tide has turned for property investment and previously gun shy investors are warily moving back into the market. Do it right and you can make a buck, but there are some major pitfalls you need to be aware of. WORDS Jemma Pearson
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roperty investing to add wealth is a valid and established investment strategy, but investors have been cautious in the past few years. However, a perfect storm of low interest rates, subdued prices and low rental vacancy rates around the nation are creating great conditions for investors to re-enter the market. Recently the Sydney Morning Herald reported that investors were back spending their cash in the NSW capital. Australian Property Monitors senior economist Dr Andrew Wilson told the paper that Sydney is showing positive investor activity. “There’s a lot of investor interest in property right now,” he said, “with the feeling that there are prospects of good growth now we’ve hit bottom.” Despite an increase in activity, most property prices on the Coast are still incredibly affordable. And local agents are reporting that stock levels (which are houses for sale) are dropping, meaning there are fewer properties out there to buy. It’s a good time for investors to get into the market. But if you’ve never invested in property before, there are a few tips to ensure you get it right.
GOOD ADVICE Do not go it alone. Thoroughly researching the market involves checking out lots of open homes and going to auctions, and this is the way to go, but if you are serious about investing in quality property, talk to people who have done it before. Talk to your solicitor and financial adviser, but also bend the ear of friends or family who are seasoned property investors. And don’t forget there are professionals out there whose job it is to advise property investors. Get help from those in the know.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK On the subject of research, you can never do too much of it, and that means finding out what tenants want. Don’t buy that little unit close to home because it’s cute and has a nice kitchen, or that oversized rendered brick home on the water because it’s your dream property. Use your head and not your heart – a sound investment appeals to the broadest range of renters. Look at properties close to schools, public transports, shops and amenities.
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Don’t wait until your own home is paid off before investing in property. A sensible investment strategy can include having more than one home loan
TRUST YOUR HEAD Hoping for the best and going with your gut may work in other decisions you make in your life, but it’s not the way to go when investing in property. Have a big picture. Devise an investment strategy and ensure that any property you look at fits in with that strategy. When you are buying a home you want to live in you have to love it, but an investment property is there to add wealth and help you achieve your financial goals.
selling costs such as solicitor’s fees, marketing costs and stamp duty will quickly eat into any profit you make. Any renovations done on your investment property should be done to appeal to more tenants or increase the possible rent without blowing the budget.
TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE
Don’t expect instant gratification. Buying investment properties is a long-term strategy. If you expect to become an overnight millionaire by buying a few properties, holding on to them for a few months and on-selling for big profits, forget it.
Don’t wait until your own home is paid off before investing in property. While overcapitalising and investing in too many properties has been the downfall of many an investor, a sensible investment strategy can include having more than one home loan. And don’t just head off to your current bank for your investment loan. Shop around for the right product – it may not be with your current lender.
BUY AND HOLD
I’ll just renovate and make a killing! Sure, there are plenty of people out there who have bought a rundown property, tarted it up and made good money, but they are the exception rather than the rule. Many investors try buying, renovating and selling for a decent profit and fail. Those who do make a go of it are usually experienced tradespeople who do the hard work themselves and know what they are doing. In a subdued market such as the one we are in, it’s very hard to make money out of real estate by buying and selling in a short amount of time. Buying and
Don’t sell too soon. Many property investors enthusiastically buy a property, sit on it for a couple of years then sell, only to realise that not only has it not fulfilled their investment dreams but it has actually cost them money. They therefore sigh and declare that property investing doesn’t work. Property is a mediumto long-term investment and while the lucky few might achieve some fantastic returns relatively quickly, most successful investors hold on to their investments for many years. So be prepared to buy and hold.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in the latest Census the Sunshine Coast had 34,348 private dwellings that are being rented. The median rent across the region is $320 per week.
The latest f gures from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland on residential vacancy rates are from the end of June. A rate of three per cent is considered hitting the supply/demand equilibrium. Across the Sunshine Coast the vacancy rates were 3.3 per cent on average. The Caloundra Coast region was the best place for investors, with just 2.4 per cent vacancy. Maroochy Coast hovered around 3.1 per cent, while the hinterland was 3.5 per cent. Investors in the Noosa Coast region experienced the highest vacancy rate, of four per cent.
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94 TWEDDELL DRIVE, PELICAN WATERS On site Saturday September 8 @ 1pm Seaside Real Estate 5492 2555, Rob Hurman 0408 712 632, Di Hurman 0418 794 607 55 PRINGLE ROAD, ROSEMOUNT On site Wednesday September 12 @ 5.30pm RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000, Steve G Pery 0448 884 093 51 SPINNAKER BOULEVARD, WURTULLA On site Saturday September 8 @ 4.30pm Mooloolaba Real Estate 5444 1066, Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917
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2/26 MAROOCHY WATERS DRIVE, MAROOCHYDORE On site Saturday September 8 @ 2.30pm Mooloolaba Real Estate 5444 1066, Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917
4 GIDGEE COURT, CALOUNDRA WEST Passed in. Now listed at $660,000. / 4 bed, 2 bath, 4 car RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5224, Rob Whiting 0428 855 141
44 PARKER STREET, MAROOCHYDORE On site Saturday September 8 @ 10am Next Property Group 1300 400 777, David Hedley-Ward 0406 011 123, Jodie Hedley-Ward 0424 842 837
11 ABBEY COURT, PELICAN WATERS Passed in. Currently negotiating. / 4 bed, 4 bath, 2 car Seaside Real Estate 5492 2555, Rhonda Matthews 0409 762 895
73 MOOLOOLAH DRIVE, MINYAMA On site Saturday September 8 @ 3pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Chris Jones 0405 469 736, Jasmine Chambers 0434 121 493
6 WILLIAM STREET, SHELLEY BEACH Passed in. Negotiating with two parties. / 5 bed, 3 bath, 2 car Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Karen Jones 0405 122 526 11 RAINBOW COURT, WOOMBYE Sold prior to auction. / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Kylie Tredrea 0402 240 687
1 NIMBIN PLACE, MAROOCHY RIVER $339,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 4 car Riddell Real Estate, Sarah White 69 KARAWATHA DRIVE, MOUNTAIN CREEK $640,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Next Property Group, Tracey McAllansmith 25 DAVID STREET, NAMBOUR $250,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Carolans First National, Stephen Colasimone 4 FLINDERS AVENUE, NAMBOUR $350,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 2 car Riddell Real Estate, John Pyne 10 KAREN PLACE, NAMBOUR $277,500 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 2 car Riddell Real Estate, John Pyne 10 MIZZEN CLOSE, WURTULLA $720,000 / 5 bed, 3 bath Go Gecko Caloundra, Shane Strong *As supplied by contributing real estate agencies
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Beachside in Bokarina This lovelyy beach house is in a sought-after sougght-afterr location just steps from the surf, and with access to local schools, sporting facilities, walking tracks and shops. There is side access which would allow for some expansion of the home, or provide space for a motorhome or boat. The home is currently tenanted with the tenant having expressed a desire to stay on.
• Spacious air-conditioned open plan kitchen and living areas • Lift, security intercom and inground pool
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$498,000 RealWay Caloundra 5436 0700 James Reynolds 0413 413 720
2/56 Landsborough Parade, GOLDEN BEACH
O T R O I R P D L SO N O I T C AU With a little T.L.C. a blank canvas awaits for the new owner of this first time oﬀered apartment. Featuring spectacular ocean, shipping lane and hinterland views this 5th level apartment oﬀers:-
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224 Oceanic Drive, Bokarina
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2 bed | 2 bath | 1 car | Pool Inspect: By Appointment Address: Unit 21 “KIG Heights”, 14 Queen St, Kings Beach
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• Resembles a display home in tropical north! • Top quality well equipped spacious kitchen
Web ID: 111270659 659
Agents: Denise Ruhle 0413 956 153, Julie Shirvington 0418 710 018
Why put yourself through the stress of building when you can purchase this beautifully presented and well established home at Pelican Waters. • Bright - light – plus ducted air throughout • Media room – double garage + side access
4 bed | 2 bath | 2 car | Pool Inspect: Open from 12.30pm Address: 94 Tweddell Drive, Pelican Waters
AUCTION Web ID: 111253203 203
Agents: Rob Hurman 0408 712 632, Di Hurman 0418 794 607
AUCTION ON SITE SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER AT 1PM
A NEW ADVENTURE AWAITS 80 metres from Pumicestone Passage where boating, fishing, swimming are all on your doorstep. This delightful extra large “Little Touch of Tuscany” apartment has the perfect N/E facing aspect. • BBQ area and swimming pool in the complex • Easy accessible ground floor apartment
• LARGE open plan living • Close to local shops, restaurants, beach Entry from Taylor Avenue
3 bed | 2 bath | 2 car Inspect: Sat & Sun 2-2.30pm Address: U6 “Atrium Apts”, 40 Esplanade, Golden Beach
AUCTION Web ID: 111360671 671
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NORTH MALENY – You Know This is the One Tranquillity, lavish country style living and a master built character home are just a few of the qualities that make this home in sought-after North Maleny the one. Minutes from the main street of Maleny and situated on almost 1 acre of private rural land, this home will take you back with its striking federation design and please you with its warmth and quality finishes throughout. Rest easy knowing that this home will be an outstanding investment for your future, as a home with this character, will only get better with age.
4 • Tranquil, lavish country style living • Master-built character home • Sought-after North Maleny location • Minutes from Maleny’s bustling main street • Set on nearly 1 acre with pleasing privacy • Realistic, motivated sellers will meet the market
Address 51 Murer Drive Inspect Saturday 12-12:45pm Price Enquiry Range $850,000-$925,000 www.remax.com.au ID:R71266 Mark Clayton 0409 181 095 & Michael Reck 0447 589 491 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5218
MALENY – Acres Upon Acres of Opportunity You will feel like you have hit the jackpot when you set foot on this glorious 30-acre property in Maleny. Elevated rolling hills and a permanent creek meander through this picturesque property that is only 2km from the main street of Maleny. There is a choice of north facing building sites that offer magnificent rural views. Opportunities to acquire this amount of land on prestigious Mountain View Road are scarce. The owner’s circumstances have drastically changed, which will mean this glorious land holding will now go under the hammer to the highest bidder.
Acreage • Prestigious Mountain View Road address • 30 Acres of lush rolling pasture • Permanent creek with water licence • Only 2km from Maleny’s main street • Choice of various North facing building sites • Make no mistake, vendors will SELL!
Address 412-440 Mountain View Road Inspect Call for Times Auction Onsite Saturday Sept 22nd at 1pm www.remax.com.au ID:R71267 Mark Clayton 0409 181 095 & Michael Reck 0447 589 491 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5218
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MOUNT MELLUM – Eagle Eye for a Smart Buy
An eagle-eyed buyer will see the unbelievable opportunity here! The overseas owner has ceased all future speculation on this property. It must be sold! Private acreage (11.5 acres) affording privacy, panoramic views of the coast, Glass House Mountains, hinterland and only 20 minutes from Caloundra. An outstanding opportunity for you to build your very own architecturally designed home on top of your own mountain. There are several building sites facing north and a large pad ready for a huge shed. Photos do not do this justice – Come and take a look for yourself!
• Overseas owner wants this sold NOW • Private 11.5 acre mountain top • Choice of great homesites • Hinterland, Glass House and coastal views • Levelled pad ready for a huge shed • Photos don’t do this justice – This is simply a MUST SEE
Address 35a Agnew Road Inspect Call for Times Auction Onsite Saturday Sept 22nd at 3pm www.remax.com.au ID:R71265 Mark Clayton 0409 181 095 & Michael Reck 0447 589 491 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5218
D L SO CALOUNDRA – Unique Townhouse Must Go If you have been eyeing off bargain buys, this one should be at the top of your list! The decision has been made and this unique townhouse in Caloundra West must be sold. The owner has decided on a green change, is packed and has committed to another property. A meeting with the market is set for auction day on September 22nd 2012. It will not be one to miss out on.
Address 3/2 Rosewood Drive Inspect Saturday 10-10:30am Auction Onsite Saturday Sept 22nd at 11am www.remax.com.au ID:R71259 Mark Clayton 0409 181 095 & Michael Reck 0447 589 491 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5218
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BATTERY HILL – Divorced Estate – Tradies Alert • We have been instructed to say it as it is! • Firstly, its half way renovated and needs completing • Secondly, the owners cannot get in the way of the sale • Beachside position, well elevated with an outlook to Buderim • Dual living possibility and well fitted open plan kitchen • This will be a bargain for the astute buyers willing to bid! • These tradies alert Auctions SELL UNDER THE HAMMER, as is!
Address 25 Culla Culla Street Inspect Saturday 1-1:30pm Auction Onsite Saturday September 29th at 2pm sharp! www.remax.com.au ID:R71549 Rob Whiting 0428 855 141 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5224
AROONA – Step On Deck and Tell Me I’m Wrong! One of the main things you will get from this home is it presents beautifully, with a deck made for relaxing. Sit back, and take a glimpse of the ocean whilst overlooking immaculately landscaped gardens that have been tended with love and care. Nestled on 892m² in a quiet cul-de-sac, this home offers side access and more! Move fast to inspect this rare location!
Address 15 Sandpiper Place Inspect Saturday 2-2:30pm Price $399,000 www.remax.com.au ID: R70849 Rob Whiting 0428 855 141 RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5224
ROSEMOUNT – Lowset Home on 1 Acre of Land This neat and tidy acreage property will impress. Just a short distance to the heart of Nambour this sought-after location along with the vendor motivation makes this value buying indeed. The cedar clad home features 3 large bedrooms, a spacious air-conditioned lounge and dining area with a modern kitchen. The shady gardens around the home are peaceful and inviting with room for a horse or pony.
Address 55 Pringle Road Inspect Saturday 12-12:45pm Auction Onsite Wed Sept 12th at 5:30pm www.outstandingagents.com.au ID:500 Steve G Pery 0448 884 093 RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7021
VIEWPOINT AROONA TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
FOR CALOUNDRA’S BEST LAND BUYING • Only 3km to new hospital precinct and only minutes to CBD and beaches • Elevated position (no flooding) with block sizes from 540m² to 1663m² • Choice of ocean views, bushland views or nature reserve backdrop
HOUSE AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE 3 BEDROOMS from
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Find out why so many people are choosing Viewpoint Aroona Cnr Alexander and Maree Streets, Aroona Call now for more information: Eric Werne 0407 145 504 or 5438 5221
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BUDERIM – Tranquil Family Buderim This large family home ticks all the boxes .. • Wonderful leafy position, end of a cul de sac • Tranquil environment backs onto bushland • Fully fenced yard with DLUG & work room • Two separate & spacious living areas • Kitchen/dining opens onto rear deck & garden • Formal lounge opens up to huge outdoor entertaining deck with views
Address 5 Rimu Court Inspect Saturday 1-1:30pm Auction Onsite Saturday 6th October at 1:30pm www.outstandingagents.com.au ID:701 Lee Sutherland 0417 077 847 RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000
YANDINA – Selling this Weekend! Handyman’s special on over 1/2 an acre - SELLING THIS WEEKEND! Huge deck, polished floors, 3 good size bedrooms, high ceilings and a great kitchen. Fully redecorated upstairs; downstairs needs mainly cosmetic work and has an office, laundry, toilet and two huge empty rooms. Double carport plus 6x8m shed. SELLER IS SERIOUS AND WANTS THIS SOLD ON SATURDAY!
Address 117 Andersons Road Inspect Saturday from 1:00pm Auction Onsite this Saturday at 2:00pm www.outstandingagents.com.au ID:709 Barbara Banks 0419 760 492 RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000
NAMBOUR – “Classic on George” - Dual Living Built with all the worldly charm that a 1950 Queenslander possesses, “Classic on George” will warm your heart. Be romantically serenaded by the beauty of the VJ walls, plate rails, ornate ceilings and cornaces, frosted windows, 10ft ceilings and 6 inch timber floors that carelessly meander their way from room to room, while exposing the timeless views from the huge timber deck.
Address 12 George Street Inspect Sunday 2-2:30pm Auction Onsite Sunday 16th September at 2:00pm www.outstandingagents.com.au Jason Stock 0411 123 888 RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000
ROSEMOUNT – “SHANGRI LA” A Family Bush Retreat If it’s peace & quiet that you’re looking for then look no further. The only sounds you’ll hear are that of the native birds yet this peaceful family home is only five mins to shops & schools. This low maintenance 1.5 acre bush retreat includes a saltwater pool, 6x6m powered workshop & a full sized tennis court. Town water, seasonal creek, partly fenced. This is what Sunshine Coast family living is all about!
Address 59 Pringle Road Inspect Saturday 11-11:45am Price $535,000 www.outstandingagents.com.au ID:627 Steve Perry “Acreage Specialist” 0418 711 955 RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000
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Beachside - Do Not Miss Your Chance Cnr Pacific Boulevard and Mungala Street, BUDDINA It’s one of those few spots along Pacific Boulevard where there are expansive ocean views north and south from both floors as well as hinterland views to the west – it doesn’t get any better. Think of it this way: • A location you cannot duplicate, views you will never tire of, surf you can always play in, beach you can always walk on, cooling sea breezes on those warm summer days and nights and river access for your boat close by – turn this dream into reality • Sitting on a 536m2 corner block with dual street access is an original family home being offered to the market for the very first time
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• This is an opportunity to secure a prized piece of real estate and make it into your very own retro beach house or renovate and turn it into your dream beachside home • 4 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus multiple living areas over both floors • Dual living potential with 2 kitchens • 4 car accommodation with side access to a lock-up boat shed
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Inspect Saturday 8th September from 2.30pm Auction On site Saturday 8th September at 3pm Internet ID 2124461 Steve Kealey 0437 935 369
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MAROOCHYDORE APARTMENT 1 ‘CITY MANOR’, 234B MAIN ROAD
Great Value – 3 Bedroom Townhouse
WOOMBYE 62 MCKENZIE ROAD
This townhouse provides the new owner a fantastic stepping stone into the market. Immaculately presented and situated in the heart of central Maroochydore, this townhouse features: • Three large bedrooms, master with ensuite • Open plan tiled living/dining area • Fantastic, low maintenance courtyard • Small complex of 8 with very affordable body corporate fees • Single lock-up garage with internal access PLUS a separate exclusive car space
AUCTION Saturday 6th October on site at 1pm INSPECT Saturday 3-3.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 WEB www.carolans.net
INSPECT Saturday 11.30am-12 noon MAROOCHYDORE 5479 6600 KIM BOURGOIS 0416 237 484 WEB www.mfnre.com.au
NAMBOUR 15 MAGNOLIA STREET
The Great Entertainer – Under the Hammer!
NAMBOUR 10/9A DESLYNN LANE
Talk of the Town – Under the Hammer!
Take a very close look at this superb 4 bedroom superb home located in the leafy “Rolling Meadows Estate”. This property has been designed for outdoor entertainment and offers a fully fenced private yard, spacious undercover outdoor entertainment area and inground swimming pool. Your family deserves a beautiful home in a great neighbourhood so make sure you book this one in for Saturday! Circumstances have forced an immediate sale of this superb property. All offers prior to Auction are welcome!
When a townhouse comes on the market in “Deslynn Lane” everyone is talking about it! Properties have always been tightly held in this complex because of its highly desirable location. This immaculate 3 bedroom townhouse is located in central Nambour is only minutes to Shopping centres and Primary and High Schools. Complete with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (ensuite), lock-up garage and fully fenced private courtyard. Standard Auction conditions are 10% deposit with a 30 day settlement. Nambour’s best value!
AUCTION Saturday 15th September on site at 1pm INSPECT Saturday 1-1.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
AUCTION Saturday 15th September on site at 11am INSPECT Saturday 12-12.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 EMAIL email@example.com
An Australian Story – Under the Hammer!
NAMBOUR 64 PERWILLOWEN ROAD
AUCTION Saturday 22nd September on site at 1pm INSPECT Saturday 2-2.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 ANDY SHARMA 0410 989 177 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Life in the Country…
A Generation Gap – Namour’s Best Value! This classic 60’s Nambour home was built in an era when an entire generation of Australian families expected a huge backyard for kids to play. Offering 3 bedrooms, hardwood timber f oors, large downstairs storage area, outdoor entertainment area, stand alone pavillion/games room all on a HUGE 809m2 block. With plenty of room to value add this property is an absolute “must see” and is the best value home for sale in Nambour! Blink and you will miss it.
This charming Queenslander would have some stories to tell with local icons like Mayor Murray calling it home for many years. Times change and so has the design of this classic home. It has now been reconf gured into 3 registered f ats with an expected rental return of $600 + per week. If you are looking for a solid long term rental investment this property is an absolute must see! The owner has given clear instructions to sell this property. All offers prior to Auction will be considered.
PALMWOODS 429 UPPER LANDERSHUTE ROAD
The Simple Life – Under the Hammer! This charming rustic cottage is an absolute “must see”! Offering 2 bedrooms + sleepout, 1 bath, 1 car, seclusion and that country lifestyle without having to sacrif ce any of the modern conveniences that we all enjoy. Located minutes from the centre of Woombye and with schools, shopping centres and sporting facilities all close by, this is a great start into the property market for f rst home buyers and an equally good rental investment. Make the time to inspect this property – all offers are welcome!
Be quick to appreciate the potential.
NAMBOUR 3 BONNYDOON COURT
INSPECT Saturday 10-10.30am CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 EMAIL email@example.com
YANDINA 8 WAPPA OUTLOOK DRIVE
• 3 acres suitable for horses or dirtbikes with springfed dam • Large powered 12m x 6m Colorbond shed with easy access from the road • Fully renovated 5 bedroom home with ensuite to main bedroom • Quality new kitchen with stone benchtops, Smeg appliances and plenty of soft closing drawers for storage • Splash about all summer, night or day in the saltwater pool with feature lighting • Life in the country and yet 5 minutes’ drive to Palmwoods School, shops and railway station
Run to Paradise – Under the Hammer! Take the time to inspect this modern home located in the little paradise township of Yandina. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths (en-suite), double garage. This property offers everything a growing family needs and more. Close to schools, shopping centres, public transport and local sporting facilities. Yandina is highly regarded as one of the most desirable locations to live on the Sunshine Coast. This is your opportunity to secure your own slice of this little paradise. Offers prior to Auction are very welcome!
AUCTION Saturday 15th September on site at 2pm INSPECT Saturday 1-2pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 VANESSA BRUNTON 0467 448 850 WEB www.carolans.net
AUCTION Saturday 22nd September on site at 12pm INSPECT Saturday 2-2.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Beerwah - 5494 6444
Caloundra - 5438 2166
Mooloolaba - 5444 0800
Pacific Paradise - 5448 8088
Bribie Island - 3408 7000
Maroochydore - 5479 6600
Nambour - 5441 1344
Palmwoods - 5445 9666
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palmwoods 53 macdonald road lifestyle sprawl out on this fantastic 10 acres. easily maintained year round or bring in the horses. no compromise on quality throughout. exceptional size to all rooms and outdoor living options that will be the envy of all your friends. • • • •
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sat & sun 2.30 - 3.00pm sat 15 sept at 2.30pm 5445 6722 tim burrough 0418 666 356
large self contained living space in shed huge dam with irrigation pump quality pool, decking and bali hut genuine seller has realistic expectations
Pelican Waters living
94 Tweddell Drive, Pelican Waters
Th This his well-loved well ll-lloved d home home me h has as pl plenty lenty of offering glass and d a wraparound raparound d design design off ffering ing a pleasant outlook to the pool and adjoining entertainment area. The kitchen is equipped with top-quality appliances and adjoins a spacious living area that opens outdoors. Additional features include ducted air-conditioning, a double garage and ample side access for a boat or van.
4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Auction on site Sat September 8 @ 1pm Seaside Real Estate 5492 2555 Rob Hurman 0408 712 632 Di Hurman 0418 794 607
buderim 25 martins creek road lifestyle contemporary split level home, offering spacious easy care living set in a quiet north facing position with magnificent views over the green hinterland. fluid open plan interiors with exceptional cross ventilation and natural light create a distinctively generous sense of space. excellent indoor/ outdoor integration with a peaceful bush backdrop and natural landscaping on a large 1,267m2 allotment ensure you peace and quiet.
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sat 11.00 -11.30am or by appointment sat 29 sept at 11.30am 5445 6722 peter hill 0418 879 885
buderim 8a loatta court lifestyle embracing an exquisitely tranquil culde-sac setting,this spacious almost new home on a large 1,394m2 boasts elegantly styled interiors that flow to a leafy covered outdoor entertaining area.light filled open plan living and dining area, immaculate kitchen with the very best of appliances and stone bench-tops, separate home theatre or games room, plus study.
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SL PRI AS CE HE D BUDERIM 21 Wilguy Crescent
BUDERIM 5 Shandon Court
BUDERIM ON TOP – SPACIOUS AND PRIVATE
PRICE, POSITION, PRESTIGE AND VIEWS
Enjoy the location of this beautifully presented one level home positioned on an elevated expansive 1148m2 block just walking distance from Buderim. • Entertain and relax in multiple zones • Spacious parents’ retreat including private lounge • Large 2 Pac kitchen, granite benchtop, quality appliances • Huge lounge/games room opening onto private inground pool • Huge entertainment deck surrounded by low maintenance gardens
A must sell as the owners have purchased elsewhere. Massive price reduction. This unique executive home is situated on 1485m² in a quiet leafy cul-de-sac, close to Buderim village. Light, bright and spacious, the two-storey architecture designed home has many features. • Upstairs – open plan living, high ceilings, blackbutt floors opening onto wide adjoining decks and breathtaking views • Downstairs – 3 spacious bedrooms, bathroom, large casual living area opening onto deck and private inground pool.
3 BED | 3 BATH | 2 CAR
5 BED | 2.5 BATH | 2 CAR
Inspect: Saturday 11:00-11:45am Price: $890,000 Web: Ref No. 110983711 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514
Inspect: Saturday 11:00-11:45am Price: $888,000 Web: Ref No. 111204419 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514
BUDERIM 20 Bunyarra Court
CHARACTER HOME WITH NE VIEWS Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this delightful and beautifully presented home is designed for a couple seeking a quiet tranquil lifestyle. • Open plan design with a quality stone kitchen in the heart of the home • Dining and family living zones spill seamlessly out to great outdoor living area • 3 generous bedrooms, main with ensuite • Separate office overlooking the north east views • Minutes Buderim Village and 10 minutes to the beach
3 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR Inspect: Saturday 12:00-12:45pm Price: $625,000 Web: Ref No. 110705137 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514
BUDERIM 22 Vista Park Drive
SPECTACULAR HOME FILLED WITH CREATIVE ENERGY
119 Maroochy Waters Dr, M’dore Inspect: Sat 10-10:45am Easy lifestyle home next to parkland. Immaculate, colourful and quirky with 3 large bedrooms, office, art deco kitchen, resort style pool and outside entertaining area. Price: $459,000 3 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR
Adjacent to a nature reserve and minutes to Buderim, step into your own private resort on 1243m2 of level professional landscaped gardens into something very special and unique in design and construction. • Highest quality and workmanship – 430m2 in size • Expansive open plan design, vaulted ceilings, integrated indoor outdoor living • Large 2 pac kitchen with stone benchtops, quality appliances, gas cooking, walk-in pantry • Wide entertainment deck, covered pavilions overlooking private inground pool • Room for a large caravan or boat
BUDERIM 1-9 Nunkeri Court
4 BED | 3 BATH | 2 CAR
3 BED | 2 BATH | 4 CAR
Inspect: Saturday 1:00-1:45pm Price: $1,175,000 Web: Ref No. 109144636 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514
Inspect: Saturday 2:30-3:30pm Price: $799,000 Web: Ref No. 109851771 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514
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• Plantation style resort on a private 1.5 acres • Spacious open plan living, high vaulted ceilings • Modern 2 pac kitchen with stone benchtops • 3 large bedrooms, master with ensuite, study • Tranquil resort style pool, spa, pavilion and 9m x 6m shed
13-15 Settlers Ridge, Buderim Inspect: Sat 10-10:45am 1.5 acres, private and close to Buderim village. N/E aspect. Upstairs timber floors, 3 bdms, 2 bathrms & living. Downstairs 4th bdms and bathrm + rumpus room. Large storage area. Price: $629,000 4 BED | 3 BATH | 2 CARR
I have had a good run of SALES. I am now ready and enthusiastic for new LISTINGS. Please call me on 0411 399 514 for a free appraisal
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YAROOMBA BEACHFRONT 1 Whitehaven Parade, Yaroomba
4 Bed | 4 Bath | 2 Car | Pool
A stunning example of building technology and design, with high ceilings, grand entrance, and a seamless f ow of clean lines, from living to outdoor terraces. The architecture brings the outdoors in creating that beach house feel while being surrounded by contemporary style, high end design and smart lighting. This is a prime absolute beachfront location on beautiful Yaroomba Beach. There is a deep water lap pool which surrounds and f nishes with a layered f at stone water feature. Entertain while taking in the marvellous views of Mount Coolum. In all there are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms and two studies. The property also has fully ducted air conditioning throughout, as well as lots of other features. Put yourself in the picture and make an appointment to view this property.
Auction: On site Saturday 8th September at 12 noon Inspect: Saturday from 11am Lyn Kennedy 0413 225 728 Web ID: 111094415
WHITEHAVEN â€“ YAROOMBA BEACH 1 Yaroomba Drive, Yaroomba Beach This property is situated on a 894m block which is the biggest block in this gated community at Beachside Estate on the beach at Yaroomba. This property is offered for sale unf nished, as is. The exterior of this property is completed and the interior of the property has framing only. There is a lap pool which surrounds the timber outdoor entertaining area and runs out through to the entrance, creating a pond affect through the house. It is just a short stroll to Yaroomba Beach and the estate has lovely parks, tennis courts and barbeque areas with a refresher pool for all residents to enjoy. This is an opportunity to put the f nishing touches to the property yourself. Please make an appointment to view.
4 Bed | 4 Bath | 2 Car
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AUGUST SALES = $20 MILLION DAMIEN MICHAEL GENERAL MANAGER
BREE CHARLES 0416 435 391
CHRISTOPHER JONES 0405 469 736
CHRIS PACE 0417 196 600
LOREN WIMHURST OWNER & FOUNDER
CRAIG PORTER 0411 554 880
DAVID HEDLEY-WARD 0406 011 123
JASMINE CHAMBERS 0434 121 493
JASON BURNS 0417 762 001
JODIE HEDLEY-WARD 0424 842 837
JODIE MCDONELL 0419 762 309
JOHN SKERLAK 0413 441 834
KAREN JONES 0405 122 526
KATE JEWRY 0404 817 916
KYLIE TREDREA 0402 240 687
MINKA JENKINS 0488 550 063
RICHARD SCRIVENER 0416 799 188
ROBYNE WILLIAMS 0488 999 536
SCOTT HEANEY 0408 711 027
1300 400 777 TANYA MUNGOMERY 0414 260 711
TRACEY McALLANSMITH 0418 722 374
TREVOR JONES 0488 999 156
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AUCTION MINYAMA’S DEEP WATER BARGAIN- ON 840M2- MUST BE SOLD 29 Cypress Court, Minyama Located in one of the Sunshine Coast’s most prestigious suburbs this home has great street appeal on a large allotment on the widest and deepest canal in Minyama. This large double brick residence offers water views from almost every room, high vaulted ceilings, a huge 63m2 over water entertainment area with in-ground pool. The property also offers expansive over water views in excess of 100 meters across wide broad water with a 15m x 3.5m commercial quality pontoon. This pontoon also comes with approvals to berth a 17 x 9 metre vessel. Unquestionably affordable and desirable, this will be the year’s best deepwater buy!
4 Bed | 3 Bath | 6 Car
á Private & secure (2m fence with electric gate) á 840m2 allotment á Widest & deepest canal á Expansive water views á Approval to berth 17 x 9 metre vessel á Great potential for capital gain
Auction: On Site Saturday 15th of September at 3pm Inspect: Saturday 1-1.45pm Chris Jones 0405 469 736 Jasmine Chambers 0434 121 493 Web Code: MIN884
AUCTION STYLISH WATERFRONT HOME ON 972M2 - AUCTION AT 3PM - MUST BE SOLD! 73 Mooloolah Drive, Minyama Located on one of Mooloolah Drive’s largest allotments this Mediterranean style waterfront home must be sold, owners are packed & require an urgent sale. Don’t miss out on securing this beautiful & functional home, complemented by; a large entertainment deck over the water, jetty & pontoon to moor a 11.5m boat, a marine store room, a large tiled inground pool & lawn space secluded amongst lush gardens, parking for up to 5 vehicles, solid concrete and steel construction, high ceilings & internal atrium, multiple living zones, back to base security, electric front gate all delivered with an unwavering sense of excellence. This stylish waterfront home must be sold on or before auction.
4 Bed | 3 Bath | 2 Car
á Jetty & pontoon to moor a 11.5m boat á Unique, timeless design á High quality á Secure, easy living and private á South East facing á Parking for up to 5 vehicles.
Auction: On Site Saturday 8th of September at 3pm Inspect: Saturday 11-11.30am and from 2.30pm, Auction at 3pm Chris Jones 0405 469 736 Jasmine Chambers 0434 121 493 Web Code: MIN2297
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EXCEPTIONAL VALUE...BUYERS FROM THE MID $1 MILLIONS 6 William Street, Shelly Beach If its only VALUE you are looking for, this property represents EXCEPTIONAL value at this pricepoint, look around you will not find better. If you want location, views and quality as well, again look around to find better than this at this price. Prime beachside in a tightly held precinct of Shelly Beach, a stunning quality home with outstanding OCEAN views. What more could you be waiting for? Experts are touting a positive change underway in house prices on the Sunshine Coast so I wouldn’t be waiting any longer or you could miss out. Owners are genuine and need to move on and want this house SOLD.
5 Bed | 3 Bath | 2 Car
á Outstanding ocean views á Tightly held beachside precinct á Exceptional quality home á 50 mtrs to Shelly Beach á Sparkling in ground pool á Cost saving solar power
Price: Offers from the Mid $1 Millions Inspect: Contact Agent Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Web Code: MIN2433
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AUCTION BUDERIM’S MOST AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME MUST SELL AT AUCTION THIS WEEKEND!!! 85 William Street, Buderim
4+ Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car
This solid and spacious family home is perfectly located in sought after Buderim. The home features four large bedrooms as well as an office. There is also an open plan kitchen living and dining and a separate second living zone. With a stunning leafy outlook to the mountains, this home would also be a great investment with its brilliant location. The large family kitchen comes complete with gourmet stone bench-tops. The home is fantastic for entertaining, with a pool and room for the kids to kick a ball. Capturing the stunning outlook and with gorgeous polished timber floors, this home is ideal for those wanting to be close to schools, shops and beaches.
á Auction this weekend - must sell! á Large family home with great views á Only two minutes to the top of Buderim á Stunning polished timber floors á Open plan kitchen, living & dining overlooking the pool & garden
Auction: On Site this Sunday 9th of September at 11am Inspect: Saturday 1-1.45pm and Sunday from 10.30am Tracey McAllansmith 0418 722 374 Web Code: BUD2441
UNIT ONE SOLD – DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY!!! 2 / 9 Palmyra Crescent, Buderim Beautifully designed with all the modern features you could ask for, this stunning brand new home is perfectly located. With a fresh, contemporary design and plenty of natural light, this is finished to the highest quality. The spacious kitchen is complete with gas cook-top, stone bench-tops and European appliances, including dishwasher. The large master bedroom is complete with ensuite and walkin-robe, while the other bedrooms easily accommodate queen size beds. There is also a separate dedicated study nook and plenty of outdoor entertaining overlooking the rainforest. With one already gone, do not miss the opportunity to secure this lifestyle!
3 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car
á Brand new Buderim duplex á Separate theatre / lounge room á Five minutes to the plaza & beaches á Adjacent to picturesque reserve á Private, fully fenced yard á Room for a pool á Superior finishes
Price: $539,000 Inspect: Saturday 11-11.45am Tracey McAllansmith 0418 722 374 Web Code: BUD2390
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200 ACRES IN THE URBAN FOOTPRINT - MOOLOOLAH TOWNSHIP FRINGE - WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY! 170 King Road, Mooloolah Valley This is a rare opportunity to purchase a prime land holding of 200 acres in tranquil Mooloolah Valley. A stunning residence set amongst mystical rainforests, rocky freshwater streams and rolling lush land makes this hidden oasis perfect for the recluse in search of privacy and tranquillity, or a savvy investor with development in mind. Currently comprising of five titles, this property package is being offered to the market for the first time in 34 years. The township includes medical facilities, supermarket, public transport and schools. The site features a gorgeous, 976.8sqm residence which takes in sweeping views of the valley and beyond to the township of Mooloolah.
6 Bed | 3 Bath | 4 Car
á 976.8sqm solid brick home á 5 separate titles in the Urban footprint á Inground pool á Internal granny flat á Natural rock pools á Solid timber floors á 1.7km to township
Formal Tender: Expires Thursday 27th of September at 5pm Inspect: By Appointment Damien Michael 0413 024 124 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188 Web Code: BUD2415
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AUCTION BIG PERSONALITY BY THE SEASIDE 12 Kulanda Street, Wurtulla
4 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 2 Car
A near new grand home with spacious areas which can use for what ever you need. The kitchen is the focal point where you can cook, entertain and view all areas, inside and out. The lounge leads to the outdoor entertaining zone and then to the lovely big media room, which again can be utilised inside or out. A beautiful north facing sitting room and home office leads upstairs to a lounge, huge private balcony overlooking the park, 3 bedrooms + master suite with large ensuite and spa. There are not many opportunities beachside, 2 blocks from the beach, and close to future development (hospital, rail and Kawana ) to acquire a near new home at the size of this scene stealer.
áLarge rear balcony á1km to the Sunshine Coast Private Hospital & Sunshine Coast health hub á1 block from the future beachfront development áClose to future Kawana Rail & Central District
Auction: On Site Saturday 29th of September at 1pm Inspect: Saturday 12-12.45pm Minka Jenkins 0488 550 063 Web Code: MIN
AUCTION CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP - SUBMIT ANY OFFER!! 8/137 Mooloolaba Esplanade, Mooloolaba Interstate owners have instructed that this 2 bedroom, 2 level unit MUST SELL! It will be the best buy on the strip, with its own roof top deck, this unit is a one of a kind. Opposite one of the iconic beaches in the world and right near the Mooloolaba action, this property WILL BE SOLD at auction to the highest bidder.
2 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 Car Auction: On Site Saturday 15th of September at 1pm Inspect: Saturday 10-10.45am Minka Jenkins 0488 550 063 Web Code: MIN2070
AUCTION BLOCK OF 3 UNITS RETURNING $820/PW YOUR SUPER TAKEN CARE OF! 44 Parker Street, Maroochydore
6 Bed | 3 Bath | 3 Car
The opportunity exists to run your own self managed fund with 3 units all on one block. Zoned “Town Frame”, it opens up commercial possibilities and the potential for excellent long term growth. Just 2 minutes to the beach with a solid rental history and fully tenanted… this is a rare investment opportunity – act now!
Auction: On Site Saturday 8th of September at 10am Inspect: Saturday from 9.30am, Auction at 10am David Hedley-Ward 0406 011 123 Jodie Hedley-Ward 0424 842 837 Web Code: BUD2438
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AUCTION SUPREME 10 ACRE LIFESTYLE PROPERTY - CENTRAL LOCATION - WILL BE SOLD! 45 Glenn Vista Place, Chevallum This could well be the best 10 acre offering on the Sunshine Coast this year! You’ll feel right at home the moment you hit the sealed driveway flanked by post and rail fencing for that perfect acreage finish. The home itself is super spacious with high ceilings, a stunning granite kitchen and hardwood timber floors. There’s a 4 acre paddock for horses split by lush rainforest with a dam and flat section for dressage work. You will never want for water with a 90,000 litre storage tank plus an enormous main dam with pump and large jetty. Just minutes to Sunshine Coast Grammar School, the University and all that Buderim has to offer. Reluctant, but serious sellers - inspect now!
5 Bed | 3 Bath | 7 Car
á Private premier acreage location á Close to schools, Uni & Buderim á Approx. 600m2 home á 18m x 9m shed, 3 phase power á 2 large dams + 90,000 litre tank á Fenced paddock for horses á Less than 15 mins to Coast beaches
Auction: On Site Saturday 15th of September at 2pm Inspect: Saturday 3-3.45pm Craig Porter 0411 554 880 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Web Code: BUD2417
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MOVE IN, RELAX & ENJOY THE PRIVATE BUSH BACKDROP 7 Janelle Crescent, Buderim
4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car
Marvel at the practical floor plan of this 3 years young family home designed with carefree, low maintenance living in mind. All the extras including study and a fabulous rear entertaining patio with a quiet bush reserve backdrop. In the Mountain Creek school zone, side access & plenty of space to park the boat or caravan, this is not to be missed!
Price: Buyer’s in the $500,000’s Inspect: Saturday 12-12.45pm Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Web Code: BUD2447
AUCTION EXTREME VALUE LIFESTYLE ACREAGE 69-71 Parsons Road, Forest Glen Be surprised at the value in this wonderfully private, small acreage property just 300m to Sunshine Coast Grammar. The spacious 3 bedroom home with large living room & raked ceilings offers a modern flair with new flooring and paint plus there’s a separate granny flat, pool & shed. Our owners are realistic so don’t delay, take advantage today!
YOUR NEXT HOME IS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Sat 1-1.45PM - 100/102 Camp Flat Road - MCHY2456 Mid $300,000 - Trevor Jones
Sat 1-1.45PM - 42 William Street - BUD1519 Mid $700,000’s - Chris Pace Sat 1-1.45PM & Sun 10.30-11AM - 85 William Street BUD2441 Auction Sun 9th of September @ 11am - Tracey McAllansmith Sat 2-2.45PM - 71 Cogill Road - BUD2439 Listed at $379,000 - David Hedley-Ward Sat 2-2.45PM - 335 Tanawha Tourist Drive - BUD2440 Please Contact Agent - Tracey McAllansmith Sat 2.15-3PM - 6 Sherry Groom Court - MCHY2450 Listed at $435,000 - Trevor Jones Sat 3-3.45PM - 25 Horseshoe Bend - BUD2430 $700,000 Buyers - David Hedley-Ward
Sat 10-10.45AM - 14 Malkana Crescent - MIN2409 Mid to High $500,000’s - Christopher Jones
Sat 10.30-11AM - 133 Perwillowen Road - MCHY2319 Listed at $299,000 - Trevor Jones
Sat 10-10.30AM - 48 Gloucester Road - BUD1853 Offers from $700,000 - Richard Scrivener Sat 10-10.30AM - 17 Hillview Drive - MIN2359 Mid $500,000 - Jasmine Chambers Sat 10-10.45AM - 11 Dawson Parade - BUD2445 Please Contact Agent - Tracey McAllansmith Sat 10-10.45AM - 88 Alfriston Drive - BUD2372 Listed at $599,000 - Chris Pace Sat 11-11.45AM - 36 Troywood Crescent - MCHY1812 Buyers Around High $400,000’s - Kate Jewry Sat 11-11.45AM - 2/9 Palmyra Crescent - BUD2390-1 Listed at $539,000 - Tracey McAllansmith Sat 11-11.45AM - 4 Highland Place - BUD2424 Buyers in the $500,000’s - Craig Porter Sat 12-12.45PM - Lot 1 & 2 30 Attunga Crescent BUD2420 $649,000 negotiable - Tracey McAllansmith Sat 12-12.45PM - 7 Janelle Crescent - BUD2447 $500,000 Buyers - Chris Pace Sat 12-12.45PM - 98 Karawatha Street - BUD2422 $500,000 Buyers - David Hedley-Ward Sat 12.15-1PM - 10 Plantation Parade - BUD2455 Mid to High $400,000’s - Richard Scrivener Sat 12.30-1PM - 28 Barleycorn Avenue - MIN2259 Auction Sat 8th of September @ 1pm - Christopher Jones Sat 1-1.45PM - 8 Echo Court - BUD2400 $500,000 Buyers - David Hedley-Ward Sat 1-1.45PM - 29 Panorama Ridge Road - MIN1800 Please Contact Agent - Karen Jones
Sat 1-1.30PM - 76 Boundary Road - MIN2451 Please Contact Agent - Minka Jenkins
Sat 9-9.45PM - 2 Atlantis Parade - MIN2299 Please Contact Agent - Minka Jenkins Sat 11-11.45PM - 51 Tantula Road West - MCHY2478 Buyer Interest High $800,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 12-12.45PM - 4 Ocean Crest Place - MCHY615 Buyer Interest Mid to High $900,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 1-1.45PM - 1 Woonum Road - MCHY2132 Please Contact Agent - Kate Jewry Sat 2-4PM - 2/81 Buderim Avenue - MCHY2392U2 Listed at $885,000 - Kate Jewry
Sat 12-12.45PM - 114 Tallow Wood Drive - MCHY2387 Listed at $335,000 - Jason Burns
4 Bed | 3 Bath | 3 Car Auction: On Site Sunday 23rd of September at 11am Inspect: Saturday 2-2.45pm Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188 Web Code: BUD2444
YOUR NEXT AGENT
Sat 11-11.45AM - 20 Thompson Road - MIN2331 Offers above $790,000 - Karen Jones
Sat 3-3.45PM - 35 Moorings Circuit - MIN839 Buyers and Interest in the High $700,000’s - Minka Jenkins Sat 4-4.45PM - 22 Waterside Drive - MIN2453 Please Contact Agent - Minka Jenkins
Sat 2-2.45PM - 69 Parsons Road - BUD2444 Auction Sun 23rd of September @ 11am - Chris Pace
Sat 11-11.45AM - 5 Nagari Place - MIN2461 Auction Sat 6th of October @ 10am - Minka Jenkins
Sat 3-3.45PM - 441 Glenview Road - BUD2477 Please Contact Agent- Tracey McAllansmith
Sat 11-11.45AM - 92 Blackall Range Road - BUD2470 Forthcoming Auction - Richard Scrivener
Alex Veal 0402 808 569 Bree Charles 0416 435 391 Chris Jones 0405 469 736 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Craig Porter 0411 554 880 Damien Michael 0413 024 124 David Hedley-Ward 0406 011 123 Jason Burns 0417 762 001 Jasmine Chambers 0434 121 493 Jodie Hedley-Ward 0424 842 837 Jodie McDonell 0419 762 309 John Skerlak 0413 441 834 Kate Jewry 0404 817 916 Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Kylie Tredrea 0402 240 687 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Minka Jenkins 0488 550 063 Robyne Williams 0488 999 536 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188 Tanya Mungomery 0414 260 711 Trevor Jones 0488 999 156 Tracey McAllansmith 0418 722 374
Sat 11-11.45AM & 3-3.45PM- 10 Martins Drive MCHY2442 Listed at $349,000 - Jason Burns
Sat 12-12.45PM - 12 Kulanda Street - MIN2474 Auction Sat 29th of September @ 1pm - Minka Jenkins
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Sat 2-3PM - 412/420 Hamilton Road - BRIS0007-2 Listed at $439,000 - Alexander Veal Sat 2-3PM - 608/420 Hamilton Road - BRIS0007-3 Listed at $337,000 - Alexander Veal Sat 2-3PM - 206/420 Hamilton Road - BRIS0007-1 Listed at $438,000 - Alexander Veal Sat 2-3PM - 610/420 Hamilton Road - BRIS0007-4 Listed at $337,000 - Alexander Veal
Sat 3-3.45PM - 45 Glenn Vista Place - BUD2417 Auction Sat 15th of September @ 2pm - Chris Pace
Sat 10-10.45pm 308/45 The Esplanade - MCHY2463 Buyers in the $500,000-s -Kate Jewry
FOREST GLEN GLENVIEW KULUIN
Sat 9.30-10AM - 44 Parker Street - BUD2438 Auction Sat 8th of September @ 10am - David Hedley-Ward Sat 10-10.45AM - 302/50 Picnic Point Esplanade - MCHY1835 Buyer Interest $1 Mil+ - Jodie McDonell Sat 11-11.45AM - 16 Surf Road - MIN2382 Please Contact Agent - Minka Jenkins Sat 1-1.45PM - 9/47 Sixth Avenue - MCHY2446 Buyer Interest Mid $200,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 2-2.45PM - 2/84 Duporth Avenue - MCHY2460 Buyers Interest Mid $500,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 2-2.45PM - 72/19 Arwen Street - MIN2368 Listed at $252,500 - Minka Jenkins
Sat 11-11.30AM & 2.30-3PM - 73 Mooloolah Drive - MIN2297 Auction Sat 8th of September @ 3pm - Christopher Jones Sat 10-10.45AM - 14 Birubi Street - MIN2427 Buyers from $1,000,000 - Kylie Tredrea Sat 1-1.45PM - 29 Cypress Court - MIN884 Auction Sat 8th of September @ 3pm - Jasmine Chambers
Sat 10-10.45AM - 8/137 Mooloolaba Esplanade - MIN2070 Auction Sat 15th of September @ 1pm - Minka Jenkins Sat 12-12.45PM - 3/100 Amarina Avenue - MCHY2448 Low $300,000’s - Kate Jewry
Sat 11.15-12PM - 26 Hocking Street - MCHY2458 Listed at $349,000 - Trevor Jones
Sat 12-12.30PM - 18 Walgarri Drive - BUD2230 Million Plus Buyers - Craig Porter
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Palmwoods 95 Jubilee Drive Open Sat & Sun from 2.00pm to 2.45pm | Auction on site Sunday 16 September 2012 @ 3pm
The Country Life, Walk to Town • 32 useable acres, currently used as a renowned Alpaca stud
• Spacious country homestead with 4 bed, 2 bath, full length verandah, fireplace, air-con
• 14 fully fenced paddocks, 6 stables, wash bay, stock yard, loading ramp, tack room
• Large chook shed, bore water, water licence (irrigation and impoundment), fruit trees
• This could be offered as a going concern or with excellent infrastructure diversity
• Golden opportunity to secure large acreage just a short stroll from Palmwoods Village
• Who knows what opportunities will become available with the new town plan?
• With the owners relocating this is your chance to own something special
Mike Burns 0418 991 702 Natalie Massa 0402 807 260 Elders Palmwoods
Web Id 4456518
Palmwoods 11 Churchill Street
Open Saturday & Sunday from 1.00pm to 1.45pm 5 bedrooms on Half an Acre! • Enjoy the good life & country values of times goneby • Large eat in kitchen is a focal point to this home • Tank& town water, opportunity for self sufficiency • Backs onto reserve & creek, walk to town & rail
• Wonderful family home set on 1685m2 block • Timber floors, large deck overlooks gardens • Extensive vegie gardens, fruit trees & chook pen • Very realistic, priced to meet the current market
Mike Burns 0418 991 702, Erica Anderson 0417 810 806 Elders Palmwoods Web Id 4474091
Mooloolah Valley 2/5 Wildwood Place
Open Sat & Sun 12.00pm to 12.45pm | Auction on site Sunday 16 September 2012 @ 1pm Executive Rainforest Residence – Below Replacement
Burnside Windsor Rise – Patrick King Drive
• Newly built and barely lived in GJ Gardner design • Rainforest setting, privacy plus on 2675m2 • Gourmet kitchen inc. appliances, granite benches • Solar hot water system, 5000L rainwater tank • Surrounding rainforest can’t be built on
15 Lots Still Available
• 5 bed + office, media room, separate living • 12m fibreglass ingound pool with roll-on cover • Reverse cycle ducted and zoned air-conditioning • Spectacular views all directions, amazing wildlife • Immaculately presented, MUST be sold!
Natalie Massa 0402 807 260, John Magrath 0421 828 412 Elders Palmwoods Web Id 4454315
• Receivers’ Sale • Elevated blocks available • Full turn-key house/duplex and land packages from $359,000
John Magrath 0421 828 412 Elders Palmwoods Web Id 3838634
• Lots sized from 720m2 to 2400m2* • Underground services *Sizes are approximate and may vary
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Modern Buderim duplex
Beautifully designed with contemporary features, this brand-new duplex is close to the heart of Maroochydore. The property has been finished to the highest quality and boasts plenty of natural light. The spacious kitchen is complete with a gas cooktop, stone benchtops and European appliances, including a dishwasher. The large master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe, while the other bedrooms can accommodate queen-size beds. There are a dedicated study nook and an outdoor entertaining area overlooking the rainforest.
$539,000 Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Tracey McAllansmith 0418 722 374
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51 Spinnaker Bvd, WURTULLA
This low set brick home consists of 3 bedrooms, single bathroom, lock up garage on a 603mÂ˛ block plenty of room for renovations, pool, second garage etc and is only a short drive to local schools, Currimundi Lake and surf beaches of Wurtulla. The property is neat and tidy and is currently rented at $330/week with excellent tenants. Set right in the hub of the new hospital precinct buy today and reap the rewards of the future in this highly sought after area. The family has given clear instructions to sell with Auction onsite on the 8th of September being their preferred method of sale with flexible bidding conditions to give you every chance of Auction Day success.
Auction: Onsite 8/9/12 at 4.30pm
Ownerâ€™s Expectations Mean Great Buying 2/26 Maroochy Waters Dr, MAROOCHYDORE Overlooking the water ways this fabulous duplex offers peace and quiet with stunning water views. Features three bedrooms, master with ensuite, the other two bedrooms and bathroom are in a separate wing offering privacy. This property has been meticulously looked after by its owners and not a dollar to be spend. Spacious open plan living and kitchen all open to wide paved outdoor terrace right on the water. You can even fish from your yard or just enjoy the serenity, no Body Corporate fees, and two car accommodations. Short stroll to shops and to the walk ways on Bradman Avenue and only minutes in a car to your pick of beaches, Sunshine Plaza, restaurants, cafes, cinemas etc.
Auction: Onsite 8/9/12 at 2.30pm
Contact: Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917
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Licensed Agent and Auctioneer Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917 or 5457 6307
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Magnif cent Kawana Island Apartment This spacious 3 bedroom ground floor apartment is located in the popular St Kitts Double Bay Apartment Complex, a sought after gated community in a high security complex on the prestigious Kawana Island. • The only 5 star Apartment complex on Kawana Island. • Approximately 480m2 of area, including exclusive use courtyards • Open plan living area flowing onto a massive balcony, perfect for entertaining and enjoying the view overlooking your own exclusive use lawn and manicured gardens
66/7 Grand Parade, KAWANA ISLAND • Master suite opens onto private balcony with an over sized ensuite and spa bath • The other two king size bedrooms also have there own balconies • Western red cedar blinds on all the windows and doors • Security locks on all doors and windows and back to base alarm system • Large living and dinning room which overlooks the out door area • A very well appointed galley style kitchen with caesar stone bench tops, inducted hot plates, steam oven and self-cleaning oven
Contact: Grant Cheatham 0411 467 907
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Auction: On-site Saturday 6th October at 3pm
Mooloolaba Waterfront Living at its Finest - North Facing If you are looking for an amazing price, view and position, look no further. Situated on the only 400 metres to Mooloolaba beach this property will offer exceptional value to the most fastidious buyer. Comprising: • This house is only 9 years old with quality fixtures and fittings throughout
Auction: Onsite Saturday September 29th at 4.30pm MY W EEKLYPREVIE W. CO M . AU
18 Tarwarri Crescent, MOOLOOLABA
• 4 bedrooms one which is self contained on the ground level perfect for that guest accommodation • 3 bathrooms with spa bath to ensuite • Formal lounge, separate family room • URL open verandas with Bi-folds • High ceilings/ ducted air-conditioning • Triple lock up garage with drive through access out the back • Plenty of room for a pool or just watch the kids play
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Kawana Island home Immaculatelyy p presented, resented,, this home features five bedrooms and a study and is on a 634-square metre block with landscaped gardens and resort-style pool. An alfresco dining area merges with the expansive, open-plan living area. There is accommodation for three cars and the home is close to waterways, parks and shops.
10 Barbuda Circuit, Kawana Island 5 bed, 4 bath, 3 car Offers over $900,000 First National Maroochydore 5479 6600 Shane Purssell 0402 012 142
Iconic Cotton Tree Site H Offices / Restaurant / Allied Health Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast For Sale / Lease Lot 1 & 2, 80-82 Sixth Avenue
Offices / restaurant / retail or allied health* Previously 'Bullockies Restaurant' 160sqm refurbished (new a/c, wiring incl. 3 phase power, ceilings, sheeted walls etc) Four exclusive car parks at rear Excellent signage (illuminated pylon) Liquor licence available* *Subject to required approvals / application
For Sale by way of Offers to Purchase For Lease $907.69pw + Outgoings + GST
White Property Consultants Tim White 0418 729 225
Saviills Jaso on O’Meara 0408 8 087 868
07 5313 7500 savills.com.au
BEACHSIDE OPPORTUNITY WON’T LAST - $395,000
* Walk to beach, shops & park. Beachside properties like this go quickly at this price 2 * Kitchen has been updated only 2 years ago, new ceiling fans, 546m parcel * It is perfect for the astute investor, first home owner or renovator * This would have to be one of the best value Warana properties under $400,000 Open: Saturday 9:30-10:00am Address: 7 Palkana Drive Contact: Edwin Limque 0419 713 388, Serg Gubecka 0410 557 975
Web ID: 588701
CARIBBEAN COURTYARD UNIT HAS TO GO!
1 + Pool
* Resort style unit complex with pool, tennis court, manicured gardens + more * Walk across to Double Bay for fine dining, beach volleyball or BBQ with family and friends * Open plan, 2 bed with ensuite plus second bath, large tiled courtyard, modern kitchen * Owner will sacrifice this property well below replacement & wants it gone today. Call NOW! Open: Saturday 10:30 - 11:00am Address: Caribbean 7/4 Grand Parade Auction: Forthcoming Contact: Serg Gubecka 0410 557 975 Web ID: 589129
WATERFRONT HOME @ LAND VALUE
* Large east facing yard on ocean access canal * Well presented private home in great location * Nice kitchen, new with tiled floors, and walk-in pantry * Low maintenance home with open plan design and ducted air-conditioning Open: Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Address: 53 Buna Street Auction: Saturday 22nd September @ 12:00 noon On Site Contact: Serg Gubecka 0410 557 975
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* 325m of luxury living under roof, and set on 805m block * Comes with 4 large bedrooms, plus office, 3 spacious living areas, modern kitchen * Sound proof media room, complete with projector and screen, wired for surround sound * Tiled porcelain floors through all traffic areas, ducted air-con and much much more 2
Open: Saturday 2:15 - 2:45pm Address: 3 Bellerive Avenue Auction: Saturday 29th September @ 10:30am On Site Contact: Serg Gubecka 0410 557 975, Edwin Limque 0419 713 388
Web ID: 592963
Shop 6A, 179 Nicklin Way, Warana
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Stylish acreage living in Glenview
6 Abilene Place 4 Beds 2 Bath 2 Living 2 Alfresco 2 Car 1 Pool If you are after the perfect property that ticks all the boxes, then look no further…. Fully fenced 640sqm level block 4 Bedrooms with built-in robes Cathedral ceilings to living and dining Airy, insulated and climate suited design Chef’s kitchen, gas cooktop, new dishwasher Parking for 5 cars off street with auto DLUG Walk to Uni, schools, shops and transport Bi-fold doors open to private alfresco and pool Low maintenance tropical gardens Price: High $400,000’s Inspect: Sat 10:30-11:30am or by appointment Contact: Peter Burt 0435 037 059
“Properties For Your Lifestyle”
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KOOLAH RISE ESTATE “THE PALMS” 61 Eljays Road
KOOLAH RISE ESTATE ... THE PALMS • A sustainable lifestyle opportunity awaits your family at Koolah Rise Estate • 1.5 acres, north facing homesite with plenty of space for fruit trees and your own vege patch, room for the kids to run
This immaculate residence is on approximately 2.5 acres with a large, cleared lawn area, spring-fed dam and plenty of natural bush. The home features three bedrooms with built-in robes, a study, a contemporary kitchen, media room and ducted air-conditioning. The living areas flow seamlessly out to a covered entertaining area, and there is a courtyard with water feature. Outside are a large saltwater pool, shed with three-phase power and a 10,000-gallon water tank.
• Bordering King Conservation Park and mapped Koala Habitat, the wildlife corridors and reserves of natural vegetation surround the estate creating an Eco Living Lifestyle 504 Glenview Road, Glenview
• 8 minutes to south side CBD, shops, schools, clubs and pubs
3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car $745,000
• Queensland Govt. incentives for 1st home buyers (incentives for a limited time only to qualified applicants)
Mooloolah Property 5494 7664 Jenny Carpenter 0400 662 464
PRICE: $119,000 CONTACT: Sarah White 0418 981 718 Sarah White 0418 981 718 www.riddellrealestate.com.au
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Closing Friday 28th September, 2012 • Town Centre Frame/Unit Site • 1007m² Block on Two Titles • Includes rented cottage Gary Langford 0412 348 533
LAST CHANCE! 1 BLOCK LEFT
LOT 14 GRIFFIN PLACE, COES CREEK FLAT BLOCK APPROX 625M2 - READY TO BUILD ON • Cul-de-sac position • Adjoins creek • Walk to new shopping centre Priced to sell - Offers over $155,000 Gary Langford Lic A. - 0412 348 533
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THIS HOME HAS THE LOT!
Character homestead on easy car e small acr eage, north aspect to rear overlooking inground pool, 3 car garage & 4 bay shed. Spacious living, 3 bedr ooms, ensuite, plus 4th or off ce. Walk to park and Nambour General.
Ian Black 0407 587 503
41 Raylee Avenue, Nambour • Low set brick, 3 bed, 1 bath • New huge enclosed deck • New $10,000 2kW solar power & HWS • New kitchen and bathroom • New bamboo f oors, carpet and tiles • Ducted a/c, single lock-up garage
All this for…$365,000 neg Gary Langford 0412 348 533
A LOT ON OFFER! - $650,000
• 7.2 acres • 6 year old, 4 bed/2 bath • 16 solar panels • Inground saltwater pool • 4 bay powered shed and freestanding carport • Shed – caravan height • Part cleared, part bushland
Gary Blake 0416 155 634
FOR LEASE - COMMERCIAL Nambour Connection Road
• Double Storey Premises • Upstairs off ce, f ling room & staff room • Large workshop & 2nd off ce
• 6m x 6m storage shed & double carport • Customer parking for 8 cars • Immediate lease available @ $295/week
Gary Langford 0412 348 533
75 years at 70 Currie Street, Nambour | Phone 5441 3366 | www.dayandgrimes.com MY W EEKLYPREVIE W. CO M . AU
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LOOK ING FOR A HOUSE WITH CH AR ACTER?
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Houses for Sale 2/18 Blackall Street, WOOMBYE
27 ALICE DIXON DRIVE, FLAXTON
Inspect Saturday 1.30 to 2.30pm
Perfectly presented and ready for you to move in… ◆ 4 SPACIOUS BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS ◆ OPEN PLAN LIVING WITH WOOD FIRE ◆ GREAT KITCHEN, WRAP-AROUND VERANDAHS ◆ GARAGE PLUS CARPORTS AND WORKSHOP ◆ 8253M² WITH NORTH ASPECT, BORE & DAMS Don’t miss your chance to acquire this perfect property
Web Ref montvillerealestate.com.au 404174202
Agent Jenny Tatton 0404 858 335
200 Main Street, Montville, QLD, 4560 P: 07 5478 5478 F: 07 5442 9193
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29TH SEPTEMBER AT 11AM
1 1 2 MOOLOOLABA $310PW 2 bed, 1 bath, SLUG, modern ground floor unit, deck overlooking the water, close to shops & cafes, no pets. 2 2 3 BUDERIM $345PW 3 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, open plan lounge & dining, large yard. 2 1 3 PARREARRA $345PW Bright modern kitchen, separate laundry and toilet, lovely private rear garden, minutes to shops, beach and public transport. 1 4 BUDDINA $420PW 4 bed, 1 bath, air-con, partly renovated, dishwasher, huge fenced yard, short walk to the beach, close to La Balsa park, shops, cafes & restaurants. 2 2 4 SIPPY DOWNS $425PW Open plan living, outdoor under cover entertaining, great sized backyard, air-con & ceiling fans. Pets on app. 2 2 4 MERIDAN PLAINS $450PW Great sized family home with pool, close to schools and shops, 2 living areas, outdoor entertaining. 2 2 4 MOUNTAIN CREEK $455PW Two separate living areas, air-con, fully fenced with side access, sorry no pets. 2 2 4 LITTLE MOUNTAIN $480PW 4 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, brand new home, large covered patio, elevated position with views, pets on application. 2 2 4 KAWANA ISLAND $490PW In-ground pool, fully fenced, modern kitchen, great outdoor living, sorry no pets. 2 2 4 LITTLE MOUNTAIN $520PW Great home overlooking bushland, wrap around timber decks, pool, modern family home. 2 2 4 KAWANA ISLAND $530PW 4 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, air con, lap pool, walking distance to Double Bay, cafes & parks, sorry no pets. 2 2 4 BRIGHTWATER $530PW 4 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, brand new home, air con, media room, large covered patio, pets on application. 2 2 4 MOOLOOLABA $550PW 3 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, three level home, large balcony, ducted a/c, close to shops, cafes & schools. 2 2 5 BUDDINA $550PW 4 bed + study or another bedroom, beach house, walk to schools, shops, beach, cafes & restaurants. 2 2 4 PARREARRA $615PW 4 bed, 2 bath, DLUG, ensuite with spa, lap pool, large outdoor entertaining area, waterfront location, pets on application.
PH: 5437 8806
Rentals CALOUN DRA/IVADALE LAKES - 4 bedroom home, 2 living areas, ensuite, airconditioned, double garage, fenced yard $450pw COOLUM BEACH - 2 bedroom townhouse, carport, courtyard, pool, quiet complex, central location $300pw
LOT 11 TOWEN MOUNT ROAD, TOWEN MTN • 3 phase power • 27 acres (11 hectares) • Mature mango trees • Old cultivation fertile soil
• 2 street frontage • Irrigation and spring fed dams • Partially fenced
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MAROOCHYDORE - 2 bedroom furnished villa, aircon, carport, pool and bbq area in quiet complex $300pw MT COOLUM - 2 bedroom unit, carport, quiet complex, close shops $280pw N AMBOUR - Near new 2 bedroom townhouses in quiet complex, 2 living areas, ensuite, aircon, large deck, central location $320pw To inspect these properties please call Anita Humphreys on 0414 571 260 or 5445 5811
OPEN HOMES - Saturday KUREELPA: 2 Murray Grey Dr Sat 11-11.40 URGENT SALE REQ! Lowset brick home, gently sloping 4029sqm block. Formal lounge,high ceilings, sunroom/patio, off ce/ utility room .. ideal to work from home. Dble colour bond shed. $460,000 COES CREEK: 4 Carroo Crt Sat 11-11.40 7 brms, 2 bath, 2 kitchens, 2 lounge/dining. 2 off street parking spots. 2 storey, quiet cul de sac! 4 brms up & 3 down, int & ext stairs. A few Handy-man jobs to do. Great Dual Living Opportunity. $339,000 PALMWOODS: 15 Roberts St Sat 12-12.40 For the Renovator! 3brms,1bath,2car. Good home with potential plus. Situated in great position, daycare, shops & school close by. Back deck overlooks f at back yard 658m2. Double colour bond shed. $249,500 COES CREEK: 33 Kundart St Sat 12-12.40 Fully renovated, Private, 2 storey home set on 913m2. 4 brms, 2 bath, 2 decks, 6x9 powered shed, dual living potential. Easy walk to Shopping Centre.. a Tradies Haven. Priced to Sell $369,000 PALMWOODS: 343 Palmwoods Montville Rd 3 brms, 2 bath, 4 car accom ... 4yr old, open plan design entertainer on 10 private acres. High raked ceilings,timber deck. 1 acre cleared $539,000
BEST BUYS EUDLO: Fantastic buying! Private 10 acre block with 2 cleared acres, 2 huge sheds, a deluxe 3 brm, 2 bath, air con, 18m x 9m x 5 bay workshed. 3 phase power, 3rd bath, off ce + loft / storage and a pool. This is Great Buying at $529,000 COES CREEK: Privacy, views, set on 1.7 acres. Split level timber home. Separate studio / off ce / 3rd living area. 5 brms, 2 bath, 2 car. Flat yard for the kids. Entertaining deck & inground pool. A beautifully, “Hideaway”home. $539,000 Gary De Paoli 0408 731 412 John Pyne 0418 710 209 “Properties For Your Lifestyle”
Sarah White 0418 981 718 Kirk Patrick 0439 395 599 www.riddellrealestate.com.au
Houses for Sale
16 VALLEY VIEW STREET, NAMBOUR
Beautifully presented dual living home with 5 beds and 2 baths. Downstairs is a completely separate apartment with beds, bath, kitchen & living area. Plus a huge 12 x 6 x 2.7m shed. Walk to shops, parks and schools. View Saturday 11-11.45am $387,000 Call Craig Heppell 0400 180 575
Victor Realty 5476 0050
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T I M E
TAURUS Apr 21-May 21 Watch out for crossed wires with children, teenagers or friends. Take the trouble to explain things carefully and logically. It’s time to hone your communication skills – you’ll need them.
GEMINI May 22-Jun 21 Expect mix-ups with family members this weekend, as Mercury stirs up mischief in your domestic zone. Make sure what you say is what you mean, otherwise it could backﬁre on you later.
CANCER Jun 22-Jul 23 What you think and how you feel are at odds this weekend, so avoid making important decisions. Think carefully before sending emails, texts or tweets.
LEO Jul 24-Aug 23 Be careful with your ﬁnances, as you’re inclined to purchase things for purely emotional reasons. And don’t let a friend talk you into buying something that you really can’t afford.
VIRGO Aug 24-Sep 23 Communication with loved ones will be tricky. You’re saying one thing and they’re hearing something else. Try to talk things through and straighten out misunderstandings.
LIBRA Sep 24-Oct 23 Librans are perfectionists but things won’t run smoothly this weekend. If you adapt to changing circumstances, though, you’ll manage ﬁne.
SCORPIO Oct 24-Nov 22 Your thoughts and feelings about a person may be way off the mark, so wait before you make a decision. A touch of tenacity and a pinch of patience will see you through.
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AQUARIUS Jan 21-Feb 19 When it comes to ﬁnancial arrangements with others, don’t make assumptions. Ensure everything is written down, otherwise there could be misunderstandings.
PISCES Feb 20-Mar 20 Pisceans are confusing at the best of times. And the moon and Mercury are likely to stir up problems, as you keep changing your mind – and a loved one misinterprets your mood.
ARIES Mar 21-Apr 20 Honesty – and saying the ﬁrst thing that comes into your mind – may not be the best policy. More discipline and discretion are needed if you want to stay out of the hot seat.
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LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION
Who (pictured) refused to play at the London Olympics closing ceremony because he was asked to mime? The spice cinnamon is native to which country? Port-of-Spain is the capital of which Caribbean country? How many millilitres are there in a pony glass? Which English author wrote Brave New World in 1931?
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6.30pm World News Australia. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? Larry Lamb. (PG) 8.30 Insight. 9.30 Dateline. 10.30 World News Australia. 11.05 MOVIE Sacred Heart. (M, al)
6pm The Restaurant. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 QI. (PG) 8.30 Gruen Planet. 9.05 Randling. 9.40 Would I Lie To You? (PG)
6pm Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 The X Factor. (PG) 8.30 Criminal Minds. (M, av) 9.30 Covert Affairs. (M, v) 10.30 Covert Affairs. (M, v)
6pm News. 6.30 WIN News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Big Brother. (PG) 8.30 The Farmer Wants A Wife: Love Bites. (PG) 9.30 Embarrassing Bodies.
6pm The Project. 7.00 Modern Family. (PG) 7.30 I Will Survive. (PG) 8.30 Puberty Blues. (M, sl) 9.30 Class Of. (PG) 10.30 Late News. 11.15 In Plain Sight. (M)
6.30pm World News Australia. 7.30 Bears Of The Last Frontier: The Road North. 8.30 Meet The Amish. (PG) 9.30 Cutting Edge: The Invisible War – Rape In The US Military. 10.30 World News Australia.
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6pm Rivers With Griff Rhys Jones. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Catalyst. (m) 8.30 Rake. (M, lsd) 9.30 Lowdown. (M, sl) 10.00 Summer Heights High. (M, l)
6pm Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Empire. 8.30 Criminal Minds. (M, va) 9.30 Criminal Minds. (M, av) 10.30 Law & Order: LA. (M)
6pm News. 6.30 WIN News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Big Brother. (PG) 8.30 Big Brother Conﬁdential. (PG) 9.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG, s) 9.30 The NRL Footy Show. (M)
6pm The Project. 7.00 Modern Family. (PG) 7.30 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals. 8.00 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals. 8.30 The Game Plan: NRL. 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M, a) 10.30 Late News.
6.30pm World News Australia. 7.30 Gourmet Farmer. (PG) 8.00 Destination Flavour. 8.30 Our Food: North Wales. 9.35 The School: Educating Essex. (M, l) 10.30 World News Australia.
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6pm Humf. 6.10 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.25 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Paralympic Games – London 2012. Day 9. 11.00 Pineapple Dance Studios. (PG)
6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Doc Martin. (PG, a) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 10.45 Homes Under The Hammer. 12am MOVIE Envy. (M, la, 04)
6.30pm How I Met Your Mother. (PG, s) 7.00 How I Met Your Mother. (PG, s) 7.30 Football. AFL. Finals Series. Week 1. 11.00 My Name Is Earl. (PG) 11.30 My Name Is Earl. (PG)
5.30pm MOVIE Short Circuit (PG, lv, 86) 7.30 MOVIE The Goonies. (PG, lh, 85) 10.00 MOVIE Orphan. (AV15+, lsv, 09) 12.30am Conan. (M) 1.30 TMZ.
6pm Friends. (PG) 6.30 Friends. (PG) 7.00 Hot In Cleveland. (PG) 7.30 The Farmer Wants A Wife: Love Bites. (PG, ls) 8.30 MOVIE The Last Samurai. (M, v, 03)
6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG, da) 7.30 Frontiers Of Construction. 8.30 MOVIE Me, Myself & Irene. (M, lvs, 00) 10.55 Gabriel Iglesias. (M, ls)
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.30 Glee. (PG, a) 8.30 Snog, Marry, Avoid? (PG, sl) 9.10 Excused. (PG, s) 9.40 America’s Next Top Model. (PG, la)
6pm Humf. 6.10 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.25 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Paralympics – London 2012. Day 10. 11.00 Ladies & Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones. (PG)
6.30pm Down To Earth. (PG) 7.45 Heartbeat. (PG, a) 8.45 Inspector Morse. (M, va, 88) 11.00 Black Sheep Squadron. (PG) 12am MOVIE White Line Fever. (PG, alvs, 75)
6pm My Name Is Earl. (PG) 6.30 Football. AFL. Finals Series. Week 1. 11.00 Unsolved Mysteries. (M) 12am Unsolved Mysteries. (M) 1.00 V.I.P. (PG, v)
6.30pm MOVIE Space Chimps. (PG, v, 08) 8.10 MOVIE Lost In Space. (PG, vl, 98) 10.50 The Beer Factor. 11.20 Glory Daze. (M, sd) 12.10am Conan. (M)
4.20pm MOVIE 55 Days At Peking (63) 7.30 Antiques Roadshow. 8.30 CSI: NY. (M) 9.30 CSI: Miami. (M) 10.30 Dallas. (M) 11.25 The Guardian. (M)
6pm Places We Go. 6.30 Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation. (PG) 7.30 M*A*S*H. (PG) 8.30 Cops: Adults Only. (M) 9.30 Motor Racing. Formula 1. Race 13. Italian GP. Qualifying.
6pm Sabrina, The Teenage Witch. (PG) 6.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. 7.00 I Will Survive. (PG) 9.00 Don’t Tell The Bride. (PG, l) 10.00 Don’t Tell The Bride. (PG, ls)
6pm Humf. 6.10 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.25 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Paralympic Games – London 2012. Day 11. Hosted by Stephanie Brantz.
6.30pm Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (PG) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 9.30 60 Min Makeover. 10.30 Homes Under The Hammer.
6pm MOVIE Meet The Robinsons. (G, 07) 8.00 MOVIE The Wild. (G, 06) 9.40 MOVIE The Chronicles Of Riddick. (M, lv, 04) 12am Gene Simmons Family Jewels. (PG)
6pm Big Brother. (PG) 6.30 Prehistoric Park. (PG) 7.30 16 And Pregnant. (PG, al) 8.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG, s) 9.30 MOVIE Hostage. (AV15+, lv, 05) 12am Chuck. (M, v)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Customs. (PG) 8.00 Customs. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE John Grisham’s The Gingerbread Man. (M, lnsv, 98) 10.50 Sensing Murder. (M)
6pm Fishing Expedition Amazonia. (PG, l) 6.30 Trick My Truck. (PG) 7.30 Extreme Fishing. (PG, ln) 8.30 MOVIE Shaft. (M, lv, 00) 10.40 48 Hours. (M, a)
6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 7.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.00 Futurama. 8.30 The Simpsons. 9.00 Futurama. 9.30 The Cleveland Show. (M, ds)
6pm Humf. 6.15 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.30 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Doctor Who. (PG) 8.15 Doctor Who: Conﬁdential. (PG)
6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Heartbeat. (PG, a) 8.30 Waking The Dead. (M, a) 9.40 Criminal Minds. (M, av) 10.40 Criminal Minds. (M, va)
6pm That ’70s Show. (PG, ls) 6.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG, sa) 8.30 Family Guy. (M) 9.00 American Dad! (M) 9.30 Family Guy. (PG, av)
6pm Top Gear USA. (PG, l) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG, s) 8.00 Top Gear. (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Mad Max. (AV15+, lv, 79) 11.30 Nikita. (AV15+, v)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Hot In Cleveland. (PG, l) 7.30 Sea Patrol UK. (PG) 8.30 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. (PG, a) 9.30 Embarrassing Bodies. (M, mn)
6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG, d) 7.30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 8.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 8.30 Carl Barron Live. (M, l)
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. 8.00 Raising Hope. (PG, s) 8.30 Dollhouse. (M, vs)
6pm Humf. 6.15 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.30 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Doctor Who. (PG) 8.25 The Roast. 8.30 Good Game.
6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Keeping Up Appearances. (PG) 8.10 Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em. (PG) 8.50 Billy Connolly’s Route 66. (PG, a)
6pm That ’70s Show. (PG, ls) 6.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.00 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.30 MythBusters. (PG) 8.30 Pawn Stars. (PG) 9.30 Cash Cowboys. (PG)
6pm Top Gear USA. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 The Block NZ. 8.30 Don’t Tell The Bride UK. (M, l) 9.30 MOVIE Clueless. (M, d, 95) 11.30 South Park. (MA15+, av)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Hot In Cleveland. (PG, s) 7.30 To The Manor Born. 8.30 The Closer. (M) 9.30 Rizzoli & Isles. (M, vm) 10.30 House Husbands. (PG) 11.30 Law & Order. (M)
6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. 7.30 Undercover Boss USA. (PG) 8.30 Cops: Adults Only. (M) 9.30 Ross Kemp: Return To Afghanistan. (M, l)
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG, a) 8.30 New Girl. (PG, s) 9.00 Friends With Beneﬁts.
6pm Humf. 6.15 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.30 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Doctor Who Christmas Special 2011. (PG)
6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Heartbeat. (PG, a) 8.30 Rosemary & Thyme. (PG, av) 9.40 Pie In The Sky. (PG) 10.40 Rising Damp. (PG) 11.10 The Bill. (M)
6pm Scrubs. (PG) 6.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.00 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.30 Swamp Men. (PG) 8.30 Hardcore Pawn. (M) 9.30 American Pickers. (PG)
6pm Top Gear USA. (PG, l) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG, ls) 8.30 MOVIE The Other Guys. (M, sv, 10) 10.40 Anger Management. (M, sd)
6pm Friends. 6.30 Friends. (PG) 7.00 Hot In Cleveland. (PG) 7.30 Border Force. (PG) 8.30 Garrow’s Law. (M, v) 9.45 Silent Witness. (AV15+, vads) 11.00 Law & Order. (M)
6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. 7.30 Megafactories. 8.30 Burn Notice. (M) 9.30 Sons Of Anarchy. (AV15+, v)
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. 7.30 The Simpsons. 8.00 Futurama. (PG) 8.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 9.00 Futurama. (PG)
4 DAY FORECAST
6pm Humf. 6.15 Guess How Much I Love You. 6.30 In The Night Garden. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. 7.30 The Marngrook Footy Show. (PG) 8.30 The Roast.
6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 The Royal. (PG, v) 8.30 Inspector Morse. (M) 10.40 Rising Damp. (PG) 11.10 The Bill. (M) 12.20am Kojak. (M)
6pm Scrubs. (PG) 6.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.30 Swamp People. (PG) 8.30 Turtleman. (PG) 9.30 Operation Repo. (M) 10.00 Operation Repo. (M)
6pm Top Gear USA. (PG, l) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG, s) 8.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG, s) 8.30 The Block NZ. 9.30 MOVIE Good Luck Chuck. (MA15+, sl, 07)
6pm Friends. (PG) 6.30 Friends. (PG) 7.00 Hot In Cleveland. (PG) 7.30 Animal Hoarding. (PG) 8.30 Embarrassing Teenage Bodies. (M, mns) 9.30 Super Nanny UK. (M, lv)
6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. 7.30 Extreme Fishing.(PG, l) 8.30 MOVIE Reno 911! Miami. (M, vsnld, 07) Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. 7.30 The Simpsons. 8.00 The Simpsons. 8.30 Star Trek: The Next Generation. (PG, v)
THE SOLAR MAN 44¢ IN D
Fine, mostly sunny Friday 7/09/12
Fine, partly cloudy Saturday 8/09/12
Fine, mostly sunny Sunday 9/09/12
Fine, mostly sunny Monday 10/09/12
with Steve Harris from Suburban Surf
This week still looks pretty sad in the hope of a long overdue swell. From Tuesday to Thursday there is an inconsistent E/SE ground swell with waves around only the one to two-foot mark. Winds through to Friday will be tending northerly with lighter NW in the morning. Spots to check would be the open beaches for more swell early, then the northerly corners in the arvos. Saturday has a southerly change with SW winds early, followed by a SE change. However, waves will be even smaller Saturday around the half to one-foot mark. Hopefully there will be a small southerly ground swell, which is predicted to build for Sunday arvo. So hit the open beaches. However, winds will be from the E/NE, making it a bit messy. High tide is between mid-morning and lunchtime all this week and the water temp is still sitting around the 20-degree mark. A spring suit for the early morning is a good call. Good surf ng and here’s hoping for at least some rideable waves.
FISHING REPORT with Wayne Nilsson from Maroochydore Fishing World
ESTUARY: Tailor is the surprise packet with a great run from the Maroochy Motorway Bridge channel down to the Maroochy Bar with frogmouth pillies and whitebait best. Dawn and dusk preferred. Whiting and bream on yabbies or prawns in most river systems. A few mud crabs about. Flathead about in numbers, and as the weather warms the larger female egg layers will increase in size and numbers. SURF: The good run of tailor is evident right along the Sunshine Coast beaches with shiny lures working early morn with pillies the best bait after dark. Hot spots are from Mudjimba to Twin Waters. A few quality bream are still available in the surf. OFFSHORE: Inshore reefs from Noosa to Caloundra are returning Maori cod, moses perch, sweetlip and parrot with squid and f sh f llet the best bait. Pearlies, snapper and parrot are on the Barwon Banks with better quality on the southern end, when conditions allow.
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