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hey say the hardest job you’ll ever do is that of being a parent. I don’t know who ‘they’ are, but I have to agree with them. Yeah sure, some parents make it look so easy, and no doubt there are people who are naturals, who breeze through the role with minimum fuss and no stress, but most of us have moments, days, weeks, when we wonder if we are up to the task. The good stuff, for me, far outweighs the bad – the younger Pearson is one of the funniest people I have met, he is affectionate and clever, and is an absolute joy most of the time (especially when he’s asleep). But the challenge is when he doesn’t do as he’s told, when he questions my authority, won’t eat his dinner, loses my keys… Anyway, I think most parents know what I mean, so this week Leigh Robshaw, herself

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DILEMMA PREVIEW Authoritarian old-school discipline is being replaced by a gentler approach. So does the new way work, or is it creating a generation who has no respect for authority? WORDS Leigh Robshaw

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n days gone by, when children misbehaved, they were smacked. There was no debating how it would affect their self-esteem and no one looked at parents disapprovingly if they slapped their kids in the supermarket aisle. But somewhere between gen X and gen Y, we decided it was not acceptable to smack kids anymore, leaving many parents at a loss as to how to effectively discipline their children. Sweden banned smacking in 1979, New Zealand banned it in 2007, along with 33 other nations. Smacking is not illegal in Australia, as long as it is considered ‘reasonable chastisement’ or ‘reasonable correction’. Corporal punishment is still legal in Queensland schools, though it’s no longer part of school policy, so don’t worry about your kids copping six of the best if they muck up at school. In Australia today, the subject of how to best discipline children – particularly when it comes to smacking – is a guaranteed barbecue stopper. When time out, conf scating toys and counting backwards from 10 fail to produce results, it’s easy to take our frustrations out on our kids and give them a good whack. But the big question is, does it cause long-term psychological or emotional damage? According to a new study published in the journal Parenting: Science

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and Practice, not necessarily. The study was conducted among a group of Mexican-American adolescents by Dr Miguelina Germán of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She found that the painful effects of harsh discipline were mitigated if the child had a loving mother, or if the perception of maternal warmth was present. When a child felt loved by his or her mother, harsh discipline was found to have no correlation with antisocial behaviour. The theory is that the underlying belief that their parents love them, protect children from feeling rejected, even when harshly disciplined. Germán noted that strict discipline was common in Latino culture and that the study showed it was not likely to lead children to become antisocial teenagers if they believed their parents’ behaviour came from “a good place”. Sunshine Coast mother Karen* has two children aged six and two. She was smacked as a child and smacks her own children, though she’s learning new ways to deal with conf ict. Recently separated, one of the conf icts in her relationship with her children’s father was discipline. “We hadn’t talked about it when we had kids and then it was like, OK, we’ve both been smacked so maybe that’s the best way of doing it,” she says. “Then I started reading different websites and books and M Y W EEK LY PREVIEW.C OM .A U

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opening my eyes up to different ways of disciplining kids, rather than physically. But if we tried time out and it didn’t work the f rst or second time, then we’d just go back to smacking. “I don’t think the kids have been affected by the smacking,” she says. “They’re not aggressive and they’re pretty good kids. I would never say at any stage we’ve belted them. It has been a slap on the bottom and that’s it.” Karen’s parents look after her kids one or two days a week and she has asked that they don’t smack her children, preferring if they reason with them or try distraction. “Dad was def nitely a disciplinarian and mum’s favourite line was, ‘wait until your father gets home’,” Karen says. “Mum and Dad disciplined us how they’d been disciplined. They didn’t have books and websites. They were just told you smack your child and that’s the end of it. They look back on it now and mum often says she regrets she did use smacking. When she’s looking after her grandchildren, she says ‘I can’t believe I smacked you when you were young’. They didn’t know any other way.” Sunshine Coast clinical psychologist Dr Bob Jacobs runs The Parenting Centre in Maroochydore and Maleny, and is author of the book Perfect Parents, Perfect Children. After 30 years of working with children and parents, he believes punishment is not an inevitable part of parenting and that smacking can indeed create long-term problems for children.

“Children learn from what their parents do, and if we use smacking, what we are teaching our children is that a way to solve problems is by physically hurting someone who’s smaller than you,” he says. “To me, as a children’s advocate, I think there’s a children’s rights issue. This has been recognised by the (UNICEF) Convention on the Rights of the Child, to which Australia is a signatory.

Dr Bob Jacobs “If you watch children being smacked, their teeth or f sts will be clenched, or their body will tense up, which is what happens when an older person is inf icting pain on you and you can’t do anything about it,” say Jacobs. “It leads to feelings of helplessness, which can lead to anxiety and depression. “If children are loved, they believe they deserve to be loved; if they’re ignored, they believe they deserve to be ignored; if they’re hit and hurt, they believe they deserve to be hit and hurt. To me the self-esteem ramif cations are huge.”

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Jacobs stresses that most parents today were raised traditionally and are generally doing the best they can. He says they shouldn’t feel bad or guilty, but should endeavour to f nd more effective ways of achieving parenting success, which involves changing their attitude towards their children. “Children are separate human beings,” he says. “We don’t own them; their journey is separate from

parenting is aimed at developing children who are joyful, secure and have strong, healthy self-esteem and who feel happy with the world just the way it is. They don’t always feel that sense of anxiety that things need to be different. “Children who are parented differently might be a little more out there, more likely to question authority, a little more messy, a little louder, a little bit more wild, and I think that’s a beautiful thing because it’s part of the essence of who we are as Children are separate human human beings and I think it gets stif ed. beings. We don’t own them; We look at children they’re not our property. Our and see their spontaneity and joy job is first of all to love and – we don’t see that in secondly to provide support adults. Why? We get it conditioned out of and guidance. There’s no us by traditional place for punishment in that parenting.” Jacobs says parents today feel easily disrespected by their children us. They’re not our property. Our because they were brought up in a job is f rst of all to love and secondly way where they weren’t respected as to provide support and guidance. children, and subsequently grow up There’s no place for punishment with huge ego needs. in that. The idea is to be a loving, “We try to make our children supportive resource who your behave in a way that makes us feel children can talk to. If your child respected and powerful,” says makes a mistake, you want them to Jacobs. “If we love our children, know you’re the person who is there they will love and respect us. If our to help them. children are afraid of us, they’re “We feel pressure in our society afraid of us. If we have ego needs, where we rate parents based on if we don’t feel respected or loved how well their children behave, enough, we need to get that from how quiet and obedient their other adults, we can’t try to get that children are, and we equate that from our children.” continued over > with good parenting. Alternative

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<from previous page Mutual respect between parents and children is something local mum Cecilie Shiotz knows well. Raised by Danish parents who never used punishment, she is now raising her sons, aged four and 11, as a single mother without ever having punished them, saying smacking is unheard of in Denmark. “I just use talking and honestly, discipline is not something that’s even come up,” she says. “My four year-old does have tantrums and I talk about what’s going on, and he expresses what’s going on for him, and we just talk it through. “I think that maybe some parents use smacking or punishment out of fear. For example, if a child is having a tantrum, although it can be uncomfortable for me during the tantrum, it doesn’t freak me out, so I don’t react in fear. I’m aware that the child is expressing something so I listen to that. People comment that they’re easy kids, but I do think it’s a result of me always talking to them. I don’t think they’ve come from an easy situation, particularly being on

I think that maybe some parents use smacking out of fear. If a child is having a tantrum, it doesn’t freak ut me out Cecilie Shiotz my own, but the communication has always been consistent.” Having lived between Australia and Denmark, Shiotz says the Danish have evolved past the kinds of parenting struggles and schooling issues we have here. “I do observe the difference, more in young people over there – their conf dence is amazingly different, especially with young people leaving school and entering the workforce. I think that comes from the difference of upbringing and schooling. Discipline is not really a concept over there. It’s just

about mutual respect. It was hard for me going through school here, knowing it didn’t have to be like that and it’s hard for me sending my kids to school knowing it doesn’t have to be like that.” Shiotz was allowed to eat whatever she wanted as a child, and affords her own children the same privilege. She says if they want to eat chocolate for breakfast they can, but because they have that freedom, they naturally choose healthy foods. Many parents would no doubt feel incredulous reading about children who are not disciplined

and can eat whatever they want. Doesn’t it create spoilt brats who lack respect for authority? Not according to Jacobs. “I think the myth of the spoilt brat is one of those things that perpetuates traditional parenting no matter how dysfunctional it is,” he says. “We have a myth that if children aren’t controlled and whipped into shape, something bad is going to happen. They’re heading in a bad direction and it’s our job not to let that happen. My belief is contrary to that; I believe children are perfect. “I think our society really believes if you give someone an inch they’ll take a mile. I believe if you give someone an inch, they’ll give you back an inch; or they might give you f ve inches. If we believe in the goodness and perfection of our children, they’ll believe it too. Parenting is the way we change the world. We get a whole lot of people who believe in themselves and their goodness and we see a whole lot of things change.” *name changed to protect privacy

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Red roses for his lady Ninety-two-year-old Coast war veteran Wally Gibbons has given the love of his life red roses for their anniversary every year since their marriage. The romantic, who celebrated his 70th anniversary with his wife Freda last week, cheekily says pansies would have been cheaper. The couple met at a barn dance in Brisbane one week before he departed for active service in the Middle East in World War II. “Another digger and I knew we wouldn’t have the chance to do anything like that for a while so we decided to go to a dance and that’s where I met Freda,” he says. “I was with a group and saw this pretty girl across the circle and asked her to dance.” Freda wrote to him while he was overseas and much to his surprise he received the letters. During a week of leave in May 1942 he looked Freda up and asked her to marry him. It was a year later when he returned for another week of

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News Previews BOOT CAMP HELPS YOUTH AT RISK Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has called for expressions of interest from organisations to deliver a pilot youth boot camp trial between the Fraser and Sunshine coasts. The early intervention boot camp will help deter young people from choosing a life of crime and will target those at high risk of long-term involvement in the criminal justice system. A highly structured program involving mentoring and physical training will teach discipline, respect and responsibility. Applications close on June 21. For more information, email youthbootcamps@justice.qld.gov.au. PROJECT SEEKS RECOGNITION FOR INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS University of the Sunshine Coast student Laina McCoy is raising awareness about the need for indigenous inclusion in the national constitution. McCoy is the founder of RECOGNISE, a collaborative community project, which will hold its f rst of three bipartisan information public forums on Wednesday May 29. The forum will be held at USC’s Innovation Centre auditorium from 6pm to 8pm, providing insight into the debate for the inclusion of indigenous and Torres Strait Islander Australians into the constitution. Other forums will be held at the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre on Friday May 31 from 6pm to 8pm and Mimburri, Belli Park, at 11am on June 1. COUNCIL LIFT FOR LIFE PROGRAM ENCOURAGES FITNESS The Sunshine Coast Council’s Lift for Life program has started in Caloundra. The program is a health and wellbeing initiative funded by the Federal Government in partnership with local and national organisations. Lift for Life is an individually designed resistance training program conducted in small groups with accredited exercise professionals. Call 0409 344 896 to register for the Caloundra Lift for Life program.

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“Driving is the riskiest activity this age group engages in. With work, study and social commitments, especially on weekends, it is easy to miss out on the extra hours of sleep,” she says. The researchers say weekend sleep deprivation puts young drivers at greater risk of having a car crash. There is also an increased risk of single-vehicle accidents in which the vehicle runs off the road. “There is an urgent need for education campaigns targeting young drivers, especially newly licensed drivers,” Martiniuk says. Senior author Professor Rebecca Ivers, of The George Institute and the University of Sydney, says proactively managing sleeping habits is crucial. “We hope the f ndings of this study will raise awareness in the community and among policy makers about the specif c risks for young drivers,” says Prof Ivers, a member of the NSW Road Safety Advisory Council. Access to public transport, rest strategies, road design and avoiding night driving are all important considerations. Australian data shows that 60 per cent of young driver deaths happen at night. AAP

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programs from the App Store at an average rate of 800 per second. Apple opened the virtual doors of its online App Store in July of 2008 with 500 apps for the company’s coveted mobile gadgets. The online store is now stocked with more than 850,000 apps for iPhones, iPads, or iPod touch devices. “The App Store has been integral in getting us into the hands of millions of iOS users and has transformed our business,” said Elizabeth Francis, chief marketing off cer at designer fashion f ash-sale website Gilt. AFP

US report denounces anti-Muslim sentiment The United States has denounced what it calls a rising tide of both anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish sentiment around the world. It has urged all nations to ensure freedom of religion. In a wide-ranging annual report on religious freedom, the State Department voiced alarm at growing attacks against minority groups and painted a bleak picture of nations such as China, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea and Saudi Arabia. Secretary of State John Kerry, while acknowledging that the US record was not perfect, called religious freedom a “universal value” as he presented the report. “The freedom to profess and practice one’s faith, to believe or not to believe or to change one’s beliefs, that is a birthright of every human being,” Kerry says. “I urge all countries, especially those identif ed in this report, to take action now to safeguard this fundamental freedom.” Kerry announced the appointment

of Ira Foreman, who served as President Barack Obama’s campaign outreach director to Jewish voters, to f ll the State Department position of special envoy to combat anti-Semitism. The report said anti-Semitism was rising in the media of Egypt and Venezuela, where failed presidential candidate Henrique Capriles has Jewish ancestry. It also pointed to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s remarks questioning the extent of the Holocaust. “Anti-Muslim rhetoric and actions were clearly on the rise, particularly in Europe and Asia,” the State Department report, which covered 2012, says. Muslims faced new restrictions in 2012 in countries which banned face-covering religious attire. AFP

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help fund DisabilityCare Australia. There are numerous changes to the superannuation system – unfortunately governments can’t seem to leave this alone. One positive for some saving for retirement is an increase in the concessional contribution cap to $35,000 per annum from July 1, 2013 for people aged 60 and over, and from July 1, 2014 for those aged 50 and over. For those already retired the minimum pension drawdown requirements will increase from July 1. For example, a person aged 65 will be required to draw a pension of f ve per cent per annum (up from 3.75 per cent). In addition, all earnings on assets supporting superannuation income streams from July 1, 2014 will be tax free only up to $100,000 per annum per member. Earnings above this amount will generally be taxed at 15 per cent with some special rules in relation to capital gains. There were also a couple of announcements made in relation to Centrelink payments. From January 1, 2015 the normal deeming rules will apply to new superannuation income streams commenced after January 1, 2015. All pensions commenced before this date will be grandfathered and the existing rules will continue to apply. Also, the government is proposing to offer a means test exemption to age pensioners who want to downsize their family home. To qualify, the home must have been owned for at least 25 years and at least 80 per cent of the excess proceeds (up to $200,000) must be deposited into a special account. The funds and interest will be exempt from the pension means test for up to 10 years provided there are no withdrawals during the life of the account. All measures announced in the budget are proposals only and may or may not be made into law. Darryl Watt is a representative of Ord Minnett Limited, AFS Licence 237121 and Ord Minnett Financial Planning Pty Ltd, AFS Licence 237122. This article contains general f nancial advice only and does not consider your personal circumstances. Before acquiring a product you should determine its suitability to you by reading the relevant product disclosure statement. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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aleed Hammad dressed conservatively for his secret mission into the world of sexual harassment and abuse on the streets of Cairo, donning a long tan skirt and sleeved shirt, and at times covering his head like many Egyptian women. The 24-year-old actor walked the footpaths, hidden cameras in tow, for an investigative TV report, hoping the broadcast would enlighten national debate about how to combat deeprooted day-to-day sexual harassment

and abuse in this patriarchal society. Initiatives to counter the problem have mushroomed in recent months. Vigilante groups have started protecting women at gatherings, particularly at large protests or during national holidays when groping and harassment in crowds is at an all-time high. Activists have offered selfdefence classes for women. Social network sites have been started where women can ‘name and shame’ their harassers. On the other side of the debate are conservative religious clerics and

some government off cials who blame women, saying they invite harassment and sexual abuse by mixing with men. Their comments have inf amed the discourse, particularly at a time when Egypt’s volatile and polarised politics blur social and political issues following the 2011 uprising that ousted long-time autocrat Hosni Mubarak. As he strolled, Hammad, who wore light make-up to conceal hints of facial hair and accentuate his eyes, was hissed at and verbally abused. In one instance – when he was wearing a head veil – he

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was taken for a prostitute and offered up to 4000 Egyptian pounds (about $585) for one night. “I can go wherever I want, do whatever I want very simply, very easily, very casually,” Hammad says. “For a woman, it boils down to her having to focus on how she breathes while she is walking. It is not just the walk. It is not just the clothes. It is not what she says or how she looks.” As a woman walking down the street, “you have to be in a constant state of alertness”. What Hammad experienced is something Egyptian women endure every day. While not new to Egypt’s conservative society, sexual harassment has grown increasingly violent and visible in the nation, which has an embattled police force and an absence of legislation to address it. Egyptian law def nes and criminalises assault, but not sexual harassment. “What I learned is that this def nitely is not a problem with men only,” Hammad says. “It is a problem, a def ciency in the entire society.” A report last month carried out by a UN Women’s agency, Egypt’s Demographic Centre, and the National Planning Institute found that more than 99 per cent of hundreds of women surveyed in seven of the country’s 27 provinces reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment ranging from minor harassment to rape. Mozn Hassan, a women’s rights

activist who works with the victims of sexual abuse, says the problem will fester as long as there are no laws to punish harassers, no investigations into violent abuse and the government fails to admit there is a problem. Last week, at a public meeting to make recommendations to Egyptian President Morsi Mohammed on how to address the problem, Omaima Kamel, presidential adviser on women’s affairs, said she was seeking realistic statistics on violence against women because she sensed real exaggeration of the numbers reported by some research centres, comments she repeated in media interviews. Kamel is a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, which emerged as the most powerful political faction in Egypt since the uprising. The group recently criticised a UN document being drafted on violence against women. The Brotherhood said it was “deceitful”, clashed with Islamic principles and undermined family values. The Brotherhood said it advocated sexual freedoms for women and the right to abortion

“under the guise of sexual and reproductive rights”. Besides the daily experience of harassment on the streets of Egypt, sexual assaults at anti-government protests, where women have been groped, stripped and even raped, have risen both in number and intensity during the past year of continued unrest in Egypt. The United Nations says it had reports of 25 sexual assaults on

emboldened activists who seek change, but the television program that Waleed Hammad was involved in wanted to show how all Egyptian women live daily with the fear of being sexually harassed or abused. The program was an online hit, shared by thousands of viewers and lauded as brave, creative, and sparked a comparison between Egypt and other Arab countries. Lena el-Ghadban, the senior reporter on the program, Awel el Kheit or The Thread, which aired earlier this month on the private TV station ONTV, says the program sought to offer a fresh glimpse into the problem through the eyes of men. “We want them to try to feel how women feel about sexual harassment,” el-Ghadban says. “If the man sees himself as the victim of sexual harassment maybe this could get him to think, ‘What am I doing?’” Men interviewed for the program commonly blamed women for dressing or looking in ways that invited sexual harassment. At the same time, they disclosed how men bribed a coffee shop owner to spray water on the pavement so women would be prompted to lift their long conservative dresses. They wanted to get a peek at their legs. AAP

For a woman, it boils down to her having to focus on how she breathes while she is walking. It is not just the walk. It is not just the clothes. It is not what she says or how she looks women at political rallies at Tahrir Square, the centre of the uprising, in one week early this year. Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment/Assault, which patrolled the square, reported 19 incidents alone on January 25 – the second anniversary of the start of the uprising – including a case of a teenager raped with a bladed instrument. Abuse at political events has

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THE MOST IMPORTANT MYTHS ABOUT HEARING AIDS Myth: One type of hearing aid is right for all. There are many types and brands of hearing aids. Each person has a unique hearing loss, hearing needs, and brain processing; which hearing aid will work best is a very individual thing. Working with your hearing professional is essential to determine the best device and brand for you. Close follow-up after hearing aids are f tted will help to ensure that the hearing aids truly do meeting the person’s hearing needs. Myth: A milder hearing loss is not bad enough for a hearing aid. Everyone’s hearing loss and listening needs are different. By working with your audiologist, you can determine if a hearing aid is needed and how much it will improve your hearing. In this respect, trialling a hearing aid is essential. Myth: Wearing two hearing aids is not necessary. We normally hear with two ears. Binaural (two-eared) hearing helps us localize sounds, assists us in noisy settings, and provides natural sound quality. Most people with hearing loss in both ears can understand better with two aids than with one. Myth: The smallest hearing aids are more sophisticated. For cosmetic reasons, most people like the idea of a smaller hearing aid but there are no added electronics in those hearing aids that would make them electronically better. In fact, due to the size, in some cases, there is not enough room in the smallest hearing aids for circuits that may be better for the patient. Your hearing professional will help sort through the advantages

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If you missed out on being part of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea yesterday, you can still join in the fun and help raise funds. You can host a morning tea any time throughout May or June, and this year you can save time by hosting a ‘virtual’ morning tea. The virtual morning tea is ideal for those who are too busy to host an actual event and is a simple and effective way to show your support for Cancer Council from your computer, tablet or mobile phone. When you host a virtual morning tea you can share a little about how cancer has impacted you or those around you, invite your online friends to join in or donate, then tell the Cancer Council where you’ll be having a quiet cuppa and your virtual morning tea will pop up on an interactive map.

The aim of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is to raise awareness and funds for the Cancer Council. Last year it raised $12.3 million and this year it has set a target of $13 million. The Cancer Council is giving away a prize each day throughout May including chef ambassador cookbooks, tea packs from Bushells and Phillips kitchen appliances. Visit the Biggest Morning Tea Facebook page to register or call 1300 65 65 85 for more information.

New hair trend: reverse ombre hair While ombre hair is still big, in 2013 the ombre obsession will go into reverse, with light roots blending into darker ends, rather than the dark to light transition that has inspired fashionable locks for the past couple of years. Celebrities like Jessica Simpson are embracing the reverse ombre trend, which is an edgy way to upgrade your style. Reverse ombre hair looks best with natural tones that transition through each shade gradually, rather than a stark contrast between light and dark. If your roots are a chestnut brown, you can graduate to an espresso or deep amber. For

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ance fans will be pleased to learn The Events Centre, Caloundra is hosting two high-quality performances over the coming weeks. On Saturday June 1, Queensland Ballet will perform Giselle, a graceful masterpiece of romantic ballet which requires exceptional technical and dramatic skills. Then on Tuesday June 4, the Coast will be treated to

Natalie Weir’s R&J, performed by Expressions Dance Company. Awarded for outstanding achievement in choreography at the 2012 Australian Dance Awards, the show is set across three different eras and tells three different versions of events to turn our understanding of Shakespeare’s classic Romeo and Juliet on its head. For bookings go to theeventscentre.com.au.

WHERE: The Events Centre, Minchinton Street, Caloundra DATE: Saturday June 1 and Tuesday June 4, both 7.30pm TICKETS: Giselle $62 (concession $57, child under 16 $30); R&J $50 (concession $46, youth $22)

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The Maroochydore State Primary School P&C Association is holding a children’s clothing swap in the school hall on Saturday June 1, from 2pm to 4pm. Items for swapping should be brought to the school hall on Friday May 31 between 6pm and 7.30pm. Phone 5475 1555.

The Mummy Tree Markets are on again this Sunday, showcasing f ne handmade clothes and accessories for babies and children as well as great decor ideas, organic skincare and more. There will be entertainment for children, free parking and yummy treats and coffee.

SHORT AND SWEET WHERE: Lind Lane Theatre, 16 Mitchell Street, Nambour DATES: May 24, 25, 31 and June 1 at 8pm, May 26 and June 1 at 2pm TICKETS: $20 (concessions apply) Lind Lane Theatre is presenting two one-act plays this weekend. Written by renowned playwright Jill Shearer, The Boat is a compelling and whimsical drama about family relationships and managing personal change; while Big Rig Casanova is an Australian mystery by local playwright David Haviland, which will premiere at The Lind. To book phone 5441 1814 or visit trybooking.com/CRVM.

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MAKE/MODEL NISSAN PULSAR Ti DETAILS Four-door, f ve-seat small sedan with four-cylinder engine and six-speed Constantly Variable Transmission. TECH STUFF 1.8-litre, four-cylinder engine with twin constantly variable valve timing produces 96kW@6000rpm and 174Nm@4800rpm; Xtronic CVT transmission with six-speed manual-shift function. FEATURES Front, side and curtain airbags, dynamic stability control with traction control, ABS with brakeforce distribution and brake assist; Bluetooth and iPod connectivity; satellite navigation with colour display screen and reversing camera; leather trim, electric windows and mirrors; dual-zone climate control; Xenon headlights.

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through quite a few reinventions in the last 35 years. So has John Travolta, for that matter. The Pulsar has even been killed off and replaced once or twice – most notably in 2007 by a car called the Tiida, whose strange name was shaded only by the even stranger advertising campaign featuring a nymphomaniac character from Sex and the City. In all there were six generations of

the Pulsar before the Tiida, and an all-new seventh-generation Pulsar was launched by Nissan in January, initially in sedan form and, from this month, with a hatchback version including the return of the SSS model. This time around, it’s powered by a 1.8-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine, mated to a fuel-saving Constantly Variable Transmission (CVT) that offers continued page 32>

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better fuel economy than the six-speed manual. Clearly Nissan is aiming for the higher end of the market with this new Pulsar. Its design is upmarket and the interior appointments are high quality. We tested the top-of-the-range Ti model, complete with leather trim, satellite navigation and keyless entry. That was a particularly nice way to reacquaint ourselves with a tried-and-trusted model, albeit with a $28,990 price tag. Entry-level models start at a far more affordable $19,990 for the ST manual. There’s even a bit of nostalgia around that price. Nissan says it’s the same you would have paid for a Pulsar way back in 1996. The price might be old school, but the car has made some signif cant progress in those 17 years. Even for its base model, Nissan is claiming the high ground with soft-touch interior f nishes “not usually found in this segment”. The new Pulsar certainly presents well. Outside it’s crisply styled and elegant to look at; inside it’s impressively spacious for a small car with a classy feel to the cabin presentation. The instrument panel, for instance, features so-called Fine Vision electroluminescent gauges that are backlit even in daylight operation. Our Ti test machine came complete with luxury touches including leather trim, dual-zone climatecontrol air-conditioning, satellite navigation with colour display, including a wide-view reversing

camera; keyless start, electric mirrors with auto-fold function; self-levelling Xenon headlights with dusk sensor and cruise control. The Pulsar is well-specif ed even at the entry level, including 16-inch (40-centimetre) alloys, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, front side and curtain airbags, air-con, cruise control, keyless entry, power windows and trip computer. It is a signif cant change of direction from some of those earlier model Pulsars, which always seemed to live on the sportier side of the equation. That’s certainly not the case with this 2013 model. The combination of a frugal, but modestly powered normally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, with just 96 kilowatts and 174 Newton metres, and the performance-blunting CVT transmission means this is a conservative thing to drive. It’s smooth and ref ned, no doubt, and a 6.7-litre

per 100 kilometre thirst is ample compensation for that modest performance. The CVT transmission performs perfectly well when driven with a light touch but when accelerating hard it tends to become a bit revvy and buzzy, before settling back into its stride as the vehicle gains pace. On the positive side, it cruises brilliantly, with the engine ticking over at a barely-idling 1700 revs per minute on the 100 kilometre per hour speed limit. That helps deliver its impressive fueleff ciency, which is half a litre per 100 kilometres better than its six-speed manual counterpart. Cabin quietness is generally impressive, and the Pulsar’s ride, while skewed towards comfort rather than handling, soaks up road imperfections with ease. Its airy, spacious interior is impressive for a car of this size and price. The boot, too, offers an impressive 510 litres of storage space, more akin to a medium- or large-sized car. Nissan hasn’t specif ed who its main sales targets will be with this new Pulsar, but it seems aimed at a slightly older, more conservative market than many of its price competitors. Its restrained styling, modest performance but great practicality and ref nement might ultimately entice older families, perhaps even empty-nesters looking to downsize their family machine. Precisely the people who will no doubt remember the Pulsar from its heyday.

The new Golf has just arrived. Why drive anything else? Take the new Volkswagen Golf for a test drive and you’ll discover it’s in a class of its own. Redesigned from bonnet to boot, the Golf comes with a new range of powerful and fuel-efficient TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines, eco-friendly BlueMotion Technology, advanced safety systems including 7 airbags and Driver Fatigue Detection plus Bluetooth® Connectivity as standard. It’s even been awarded World Car of the Year 2013.

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Sold on six continents and registering production numbers exceeding 520,000 for both local and global markets during its lifecycle, the VE Commodore and its variants have cemented a place in Australia’s motoring hall of fame. Holden executive director, manufacturing, Richard Phillips, says the VE Commodore was a landmark achievement for Holden. “The company’s f rst ‘clean-sheet’ design allowed our team to show the world what Holden was capable of and the result was, and remains, a stunning car,” Phillips says. “It’s a bittersweet moment to be marking the end of VE production. “It’s been such a great product for us and there’s so much pride around the VE here in the plant, but at the same time we’re excited about the future and the entire Holden team is energised by the imminent launch of the fantastic new VF Commodore.” The Commodore is Holden’s longest-standing and most

successful nameplate and the VE stands tall as a landmark in Holden’s, and Australia’s, motoring history. The VE was sold around the world, predominantly under the Chevrolet nameplate, from utes in South Africa and sedans in the Middle East and Brazil to longwheelbase PPV police vehicles in America. The VE earned a cult following in America as the Pontiac G8 and in the United Kingdom, where Holden Special Vehicles iterations of the VE were sold as the Vauxhall VXR8. The VE Commodore also stands as the most successful race car model in Australian motorsport history. Almost three million Commodores have been produced since 1978 when the f rst VB series sedans rolled off the Holden production line and the Commodore name will have graced 15 model series when the VF goes on sale in June.

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An Aston Martin car has set a new world-record price for the brand, which is celebrating its centenary year. The 1960 DB4GT Jet Coupe sold for $5.09 million including buyer’s premium at the Bonhams auction at the Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. The 14th annual sale of Aston Martin and Lagonda motor cars was also a landmark success for the auction house which raised its highest ever total of $15.5 million. A Bonhams’ spokeswoman says: “The car was the last off the production line and is a complete ‘one-off’ with coachwork by Italian design house Bertone. “The f nished design, with its strikingly angular line, was penned by a young Giorgetto Giugiaro, who would go on to become one of the most celebrated automotive designers of our time. PA

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The million-dollar Toyota Honda to return to F1 Honda Motor Company has off cially announced its return to Formula 1 racing in 2015. The Japanese manufacturer will once again work with British team McLaren, with plans to return to the glory days of their winning partnership. Honda pulled out of Formula 1 racing after the 2008 season to cut costs during the economic downturn.

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Queensland’s triple-f gure road toll has prompted the state’s peak motoring body to remind drivers to take extra care on the roads. RACQ executive manager Technical and Safety Policy Steve Spalding says the Queensland road toll is already higher than the same time last year. “The cost of road fatalities to the Australian community is $27 billion every year, and that’s just the economic impact,” Spalding says. “Add to that the immeasurable cost of the pain and suffering that each death causes to friends, families and entire communities.” Queensland’s road toll reached 109 in mid-May and the RACQ used the second anniversary of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety to encourage motorists to take care. “Road safety requires safe drivers in safe cars in safe roads,” Spalding says. The Decade of Action for Road Safety aims to stabilise and reduce the global toll of death and injury on the roads. He says every year 1.3 million people died and 50 million people are injured on the roads globally. “That’s 3400 road deaths every day around the world. While these numbers are overwhelming, change starts in your local community and every motorist can make a difference.

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UPGRADE PREVIEW Anyone with the impression that Caloundra lacks class should take a fresh look at the Coast’s most diverse oceanside property market.

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aloundra locals are familiar with the stigma they carry with them when they head north of Buddina. The lower end of the Coast has often been seen as well, lower class, but for Sunshine Coast residents who don’t get down to Bulcock Beach, Currimundi Lake or Moffat headland much, it might be time to change your view of that part of the Coast. Loretta Morgan’s Jam Property off ce is on Bulcock Street, but don’t try to tell her she works in a sleepy town. She loves the diversity and vibrancy of the area. “You’ve got calm water areas, surf beaches, the younger generation and grey nomads,” she says, adding that the area offers a “mixed bag” of people and dwelling types. And you’d be wrong to think of Caloundra as the quiet southern cousin to Maroochydore and Mooloolaba. “Bulcock Street is slowly getting redeveloped,” Morgan says. “We have had all that renovation on the front [on the Bulcock Beach Esplanade]. There are so many job opportunities with the hospital development and Caloundra West. The markets are really starting to gain momentum.”

She adds, “The younger generation are looking at Caloundra as great place to buy.” Why? Prices haven’t risen since the recent pick-up in the market, and “interest rates are at a 53-year low. Add that to the affordability [of Caloundra]. People are looking to move here.” Morgan is seeing a lot of deceased estates coming onto the market, and many older home owners are going into retirement villages or downsizing to live with family. But their homes don’t stay on the market for long. She says, “Younger people are coming in because they see the affordability and so much potential. Caloundra is close to Brisbane and there is a lot of infrastructure development happening. So it is younger people and younger families buying, or savvy investors. Investors are now buying again, as they’ve got their conf dence back.” Morgan says she “desperately” needs listings in the lower end of the market. “We have got buyers, we have the enquiry, we have a database of tenants and buyers. There is not enough rental accommodation in the area,” she says. “Good-value homes are getting snapped up. Investors need to come invest here and rent them out. We are a growing population.” M Y W EEK LY PREVIEW.C OM .A U

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FAST FACTS Pelican Waters has the highest rate of home ownership in the

Younger people are coming in because they see the affordability and so much potential

46.7%, while 15.2% of homes are locality, at

Picturesque Pumicestone Pumicestone Passage is a long, tidal waterway that separates Bribie Island from the mainland. Most of the passage is less than two metres deep but it is a busy recreational waterway that is also home to turtles, dugongs and migratory birds. Caloundra residents love this waterway, which is a drawcard for locals and tourists to the region, though it is actually part of the Moreton Bay Marine Park. SOURCE: SUNSHINE COAST COUNCIL Caloundra isn’t just Bulcock Street. The Caloundra postcode of 4551 also includes Golden Beach and Pelican Waters to the South, and Kings, Shelly, Moffat and Dicky beaches north to Currimundi. To the west it takes in Caloundra West, Little Mountain and Aroona. Meridan Plains, Battery Hill and Bells Creek are also included.

Loretta Morgan

rented.

Caloundra, and the

beaches

of Moffat, Shelly and Kings have the lowest rate of ownership in the locality, at

29.7%.

46.3% of homes are rented.

24.5 per cent of Golden Beach residents are

aged 70 and over. SOURCE: SUNSHINE COAST COUNCIL

Caloundra’s heritage • Moffat beach is named after James Moffat, who was an early resident. • European settlement of the Caloundra West and Meridan Plains area dates from the late 1800s. Residential development was minimal until the 1970s and the population more than quadrupled between 1991 and 2006. • From the First World War to the 1950s, an artillery practice base in Battery Hill rained shells on the coastline from Currimundi to Minyama. • Pelican Waters began life in the early 1990s when the large canal estate was developed. The population of the suburb increased seven-fold between 1996 and 2006. SOURCE: SUNSHINE COAST COUNCIL

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37 Christensens Road Open Sat & Sun from 3.00 - 3.45pm | Auction on site Sunday 26th May 2013 @ 4pm

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Country Living Extended Family Retreat Set back from the road is this modern four year old home with the focus on living and entertaining. Great open plan making the most of the Northerly aspect with forest outlook. Separate outlaws digs plus another teenage retreat offering huge options. Bikes, horses, three generation living. The best bar/entertaining I have ever seen completes the package. 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 6 park garage/port, 2 boat/motor home parking, permanent creek, dam all on 10 acres. Owners have purchased their next dream so put this on your MUST SEE list!

Mike Burns 0418 991 702 Elders Palmwoods Web Id 5205727

AUCTION

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AUC T I O N S & MA R K E T TRACKER

Upcoming Auctions

55 CASSIA AVENUE, COOLUM BEACH Currently negotiating. / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RE/MAX Realty Excellence 5476 7654 Dave Hawkins 0408 290 084, Darren Rix 0419 188 259

Here’s a preview of the hot auctions taking place on the Sunshine Coast in the next seven days:

349 MALENY-STANLEY RIVER ROAD, MALENY Sold for $380,000. / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Maleny & Hinterland Real Estate 5494 3022 Julie Reimers 0417 465 536

41 BARLEYCORN AVENUE, BUDERIM On site Saturday May 24 @ 10am Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Craig Porter 0411 554 880 74 VISE ROAD, BUDERIM On site Saturday May 25 @ 4pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Chris Pace 0417 196 600, Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188

Market Tracker

A list of what’s recently sold on the Coast:

285 DIDDILLIBAH ROAD, DIDDILLIBAH On site Saturday May 25 @ 4pm RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000 Steve Perry 0418 711 955

26 ROWELL STREET, BATTERY HILL $355,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car RealWay Caloundra, James Reynolds 7 ALKIRA STREET, BUDDINA $587,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 3 car Next Property Group, Robyne Williams

13 WARUNG AVENUE, MAROOCHYDORE On site Saturday May 25 @ 11am Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Damien Michael 0413 024 124

14 GLENVIEW CLOSE, BUDERIM $465,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RealWay Buderim, Richard Tucker

37 BRENTWOOD AVENUE, MOOLOOLABA On site Saturday May 25 @ 2.30pm Mooloolaba Real Estate 5444 1066 Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917 11 TOMBARRA STREET, MOOLOOLABA On site Saturday May 25 @ 3.30pm Mooloolaba Real Estate 5444 1066 Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917 37 CHRISTENSENS ROAD, PALMWOODS On site Sunday May 26 @ 4pm Elders Palmwoods 5478 9122 Mike Burns 0418 991 702, Ollie Gebert 0430 030 372 29 LEMON GROVE PLACE, ROSEMOUNT On site Saturday May 25 @ 12pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Chris Pace 0417 196 600 99 BAANYA STREET, WURTULLA On site Saturday May 25 @ 3pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777, Karen Jones 0405 122 526 620 NICKLIN WAY, WURTULLA On site Thursday May 30 @ 5.30pm RE/MAX Property Services 5438 5224 Rob Whiting 0428 855 141

Auction Results

The easiest way to check out the latest auction results Email: auctions@myweeklypreview.com.au 7/4 JUAN STREET, ALEXANDRA HEADLAND Passed in. Currently negotiating. / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car First National Mooloolaba 5444 0800, Jean Hamer 0419 034 500 44 LAVARACK CRESCENT, BUDERIM Passed in. / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Belle Property Buderim 5445 6722, Peter Hill 0418 879 885

2/58 WRIGLEY STREET, MAROOCHYDORE $500,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 3 car Next Property Group, Karen Jones & Bree Charles 20 KAMALA PLACE, MERIDAN PLAINS $382,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Next Property Group, David & Jodie Hedley-Ward UNIT 405 ‘BLUEWATER’, 13 NICKLIN WAY, MINYAMA $647,500 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Platinum Properties, Steve Turner, Geoff Ohmsen 149 MONS ROAD, MONS $520,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RealWay Buderim, Jarrad McCarthy 126 GOONAWARRA DRIVE, MOOLOOLABA $870,000 / 5 bed, 2 bath, 4 car Mooloolaba Real Estate, Trudy Hickey 9 MEISNER COURT, MOUNTAIN CREEK $412,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Next Property Group, Craig Porter

24 KERENJON AVENUE, BUDERIM $445,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 3 car RealWay Buderim, Jarrad McCarthy

42 BADE STREET, NAMBOUR $300,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 2 car First National Carolans, Vanessa Brunton

1/11 CHURCHILL STREET, GOLDEN BEACH $280,000 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Seaside Real Estate, Anna Morgan-Varlow

5 MAGNOLIA STREET, NAMBOUR $322,500 / 5 bed, 2 bath, 2 car First National Carolans, Andy Sharma

2/11 CHURCHILL STREET, GOLDEN BEACH $277,850 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Seaside Real Estate, Anna Morgan-Varlow

2/22 SOLANDRA STREET, NAMBOUR $140,000 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car First National Carolans, Andy Sharma

UNIT 1 ‘GIORDANO’, 93 LANDSBOROUGH PARADE, GOLDEN BEACH $440,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Seaside Real Estate, Anna Morgan-Varlow

47 WILLIAM STREET, NAMBOUR $245,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car First National Carolans, Andy Sharma

41 WAVELL AVENUE, GOLDEN BEACH $445,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Seaside Real Estate, Julie Shirvington

101 WINSTON ROAD, PALMWOODS $830,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car First National Carolans, Vanessa Brunton

12 GRENADA WAY, KAWANA ISLAND $520,000 / 4 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car Platinum Properties, Steve Kealey

9 GRACE COURT, PELICAN WATERS $1,235,000 / 4 bed, 3 bath, 3 car Seaside Real Estate, Peter Crowe

22 RAINTREE BOULEVARD, LITTLE MOUNTAIN $680,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 6 car RealWay Caloundra, Darren Ide

4 TRINITY PLACE, PELICAN WATERS $626,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Seaside Real Estate, Rob and Di Hurman

5/8 HINLEY AVENUE, MAROOCHYDORE $293,000 / 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Next Property Group, Jodie McDonell 1/5 HOOP COURT, MAROOCHYDORE $370,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Next Property Group, Richard Scrivener

UNIT 243 ‘THE PALMS’ MELODY COURT, WARANA $290,000 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Team Godwin Real Estate, Luke Godwin

*As supplied by contributing real estate agencies

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ne of the Sunshine Coast’s most iconic properties is for sale, and it’s more fun than your average commercial property. The development site with holding income comprises a total of 7934 square metres on a single title (all zoned mixed housing) at 2 Allora Drive, Maroochydore, with plenty of exposure along Maroochydore Road. As well as 4440 square metres of vacant development land, the site is also home to Top Shots Fun

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Park, which has been trading since 2000 and comprises an open-plan entertainment venue, cafe, commercial kitchen, function seating area, amusement machine parlour, internal rock climbing wall and a variety of off ces. Outside are an activity pool, two 18-hole mini golf courses and a carpark. The property is for sale by expression of interest closing Thursday May 30. For more information contact Keith Grisman from Property Only. M Y W EEK LY PREVIEW.C OM .A U

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“saltwater is only 700m to the

largest hospital building project in Australia... a property hot spot” NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION Y! R R U H han

t More sold 50%

...a fresh new place to live, work & relax WATERFRONT APARTMENTS FROM

$340K

now selling off the plan a savvy investment high rental demand sound capital growth north and east facing

BIRTINYA in the middle of KAWANA HEALTH HUB is set to explode with Australia’s largest health & hospital precinct under construction, The Sunshine Coast University Hospital. Exciting new town centre and other major infrastructure.:–

$2.03 billion hospital project, the largest in Australia 32,000 jobs to be created within a 1km radius 4,500 hospital staff with $.6 billion annual operating cost New Town Centre, Parklands and 5,000 student TAFE campus 10,000 residents – limited number of waterfront sites! $3.5 billion in infrastructure Apartment ment Sales Cnr Birtinya Blvrd & Regatta Blvrd Birtinya Island Ph 5437 9933

property group sustainable development & construction

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Diddillibah acreage escape

Featuring a contemporary design and spacious living areas, this beautiful property is on 5357 square metres and has a generously sized central kitchen with plenty of bench space and a double-width entry and hallway. There are four large bedrooms, including the main bedroom with walk-in robe and large ensuite, and a study. Living areas include a formal dining area, bar or hobby room, rumpus room and north-facing entertaining deck. There are ducted air-conditioning, 15-panel solar system and a large workshop with three-phase power.

285 Diddillibah Road, Diddillibah 4 bed, 2 bath, 4 car Auction on site Saturday May 25 @ 4pm RE/MAX Property Sales 5470 7000 Steve Perry 0418 711 955

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buderim 13a cogill road lifestyle setting the benchmark in style & elegance, this home is breathtaking. the open plan design opens onto a wide covered entertaining area. bright & airy with generous space & tall ceilings. the kitchen is a beautiful fusion of stone, steel & mirrored glass. excellent cross ventilation makes it easy to enjoy your days throughout each season. secure electric gates & a fully fenced yard. garage is double sized with room added for a large workshop.

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buderim

229 mooloolaba road

lifestyle remarkable opportunity to obtain a master built, unique home on buderim that must be sold at auction. within easy reach of the coasts best beaches and offering expansive coastal and ocean views. the free flowing plan offers wide, private and protected courtyards off the bedrooms and living areas with an extensive, secluded roof top terrace offering exceptional views and the perfect entertainment area.

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5445 6722 di swan 0418 194 439 russell dell 0400 409 000

accommodation the multi level home has elevator access, two wide open plan lounge areas, two service kitchens boasting miele appliances, granite bench tops, timber paneled doors and asco s/steel dishwashers. centrally positioned, indoor-outdoor 15m swimming pool and wide terrace, 2 large ensuites and two bathrooms, luxury finishes, reverse cycle air conditioning. office with private access from the foyer position.wine cellar, large storage rooms on the bottom level and the roof terrace.

belleproperty.com/38p4818

2/4 barnes drive, buderim lifestyle merely a short stroll from buderim village, this beautifully maintained townhouse is perfect for those wanting to leave the car in the garage and enjoy all the benefits that buderim has to offer. • spacious, private and peaceful • main bedroom with ensuite and balcony • large kitchen overlooking living/dining area and main deck with ocean views • enormous tropical garden courtyard • huge double garage and workshop area • one of only three in pet friendly complex

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view auction contact

sat 12.30 - 1.00pm sat 8 june at 1.00pm 5456 0219 bevan horsnell 0412 512 257

lifestyle bright and breezy, privately positioned and nicely elevated with a northerly coastal outlook, this beautiful dual living home has a wonderful atmosphere of character and warmth. centrally located within a few minutes’ drive of both buderim village and the beaches, a stress free laidback lifestyle is now available to all members of your family.

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P RO P E RT Y P R E V I E W S

Maroochydore abode This Craigg Cleary home home is in a q quiet uiet street close to the beach and shops. Three-metre ceilings provide natural light in the open-plan kitchen, which features Smeg appliances and stone benchtops, and there are an informal living area, purpose-built media room and large stacker doors to a north-east facing entertainment zone. The landscaped yard has a large grassed area and room for a pool.

BLI BLI 7 INSPIRATION COURT

Magnif cent Bli Bli Home - Quiet and Peaceful with Fantastic Views

37 Brentwood Avenue, Mooloolaba 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Auction on site Saturday May 25 @ 2.30pm Mooloolaba Real Estate 5444 1066 Grant Cheatham 0411 467 917

INSPECT Saturday 25th May 1-2pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 KATHY MULHERON 0481 313 336 WEB www.carolans.net

$349,000

Home Central Maroochydore

NAMBOUR 100 PANORAMA DRIVE

• Sitting on the high side of the street, close to 3 schools • Brick and tile, lowset home • 2 separate living areas + formal dining, galley style kitchen • 3 double bedrooms, 2 way bathroom • Undercover entertaining area • Large fenced backyard • Double lock-up garage

Large Family Home with Dual Living on Buderim

NAMBOUR 6 TAMPER STREET

The home offers space and comfort located short walk to restaurants, entertainment and stores available on top of Buderim. The property has two entrances ideal for dual living or work from home situation. • Landscaped gardens • Privacy wall with electric gate • Water tank • Carport for boat or trailer • Walking distance to school

INSPECT Saturday 11-11.30am MAROOCHYDORE 5409 9910 SHANE PURSSELL 0402 012 142 WEB www.mfnre.com.au

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Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Damien Michael 0413 024 124

Centrally located d within walking distance of Mooloolaba beach, restaurants and shops, this property is an ideal starter or investment. Boasting solid original construction, it features four bedrooms, two bathrooms and secure double garaging. Access to public transport is only 100 metres down the road.

AUCTION

Take a Wider View – Under the hammer!

AUCTION Saturday 8th June at 1pm INSPECT Saturday 10-10.30am CAROLANS 5441 1344 STEPHEN COLASIMONE 0413 416 952 WEB stephen@carolans.net

$659,000

• High ceilings, timber f oors • Front & rear entertaining decks • Multiple living zone • Heated saltwater pool • Spacious fenced back yard

Auction on site Saturday May 25 @ 11am

Take a very close look at this superb home located right on the border of Nambour and Rosemount! This ideal family home is set on a 649m2 block and offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with separate toilet, lockup garage and additional parking. Polished timber f oors throughout, a large rear verandah with stunning ocean views combined with a natural forested outlook. This really is the perfect start into the property market for f rst home buyers and an equally good rental property for investors!

INSPECT Saturday 1-1.30pm MAROOCHYDORE 5409 9910 SHANE PURSSELL 0402 012 142 WEB www.mfnre.com.au

BUDERIM 38 LINDSAY ROAD

3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car

In Mooloolaba

$825,000

In an elevated position on top of Bli Bli, is this double storey family home which showcases magnif cent ocean & rural views from the various decks. Immaculately presented and tastefully appointed, this is a truly special home with more than a touch of class. • Elevated 5085m² block with ocean and rural views • 4 bedroom plus huge off ce • 3 bathrooms and 3 separate living areas • Dual living or guest accommodation possibilities • 3 lock up garages • Massive 14x16 metre fully powered shed or workshop

MAROOCHYDORE 25 PINDARI STREET

13 Warung Avenue, Maroochydore

Caloundra - 5438 2166 Maroochydore - 5479 6600

AUCTION

THE WHOLE PACKAGE Commercial + Residential Do you work from home? This property is perfect for you! With loads of car parking this 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom, air conditioned property has both up and downstairs living. Situated in the heart of Nambour this property is walking distance to Schools and on the doorstep to the brand new Coles Shopping complex. This property would be perfectly suited for a home business or commercial outlet. Book an inspection today.

AUCTION On site Saturday 15th June at 11am INSPECT Saturday 12-12.30pm CAROLANS 5441 1344 KATHY MULHERON 0481 313 336 WEB www.carolans.net

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AUCTION RESORT LIVING AT ITS BEST… SACRIFICED TO SELL… 41 Barleycorn Avenue, Buderim

6 Bed | 4 Bath | 4 Car

This is true Buderim living at its best. A grand residence oozing charm and warmth, yet very practical family living in the heart of Buderim’s premier small acreage precinct. The main home consists of 6 large bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and ample living zones with a fantastic separate area downstairs just perfect for the older kids or granny flat. Wide decks off the main living zones and master bedroom allow all year round living/entertaining whilst you could easily be confused that you are on holidays when you take in the 25m lagoon style pool. A walk bridge over the stunning pool sees you arrive at the separate fully self contained home office/guest suite, built to the same standard and quality of the main home.

× Over 3 acres of prime, all useable Buderim land × Walk to Matthew Flinders Anglican College × 6 bed, 4 bath, 4 car × Separate home office/guest studio × Stunning 25m resort quality pool

Auction: On Site Saturday May 25th at 10am Inspect: Saturday from 9.30am Craig Porter 0411 554 880 Web Code: BUD2744

WHO SAID ‘POSITION PRICE POSITION’ WE DID 38 Balyarta Crescent, Mooloolaba Situated on a beautiful north facing waterfront block this home oozes appeal. With its sleek design it allows you to integrate outside in and vice versa. The kitchen is fabulous looking out over your wetedged pool and beyond to the water, you know you are onto something special here. With Spanish influences both in the garden and in design you really do feel transported to somewhere very different, as we see it, really cool, but guess what? You are sitting 5 minutes from one of the best beaches in the world....Mooloolaba. With water access and a boat ramp, plenty of fenced yards for the kids and pets this is playground for both young and old. Your new home has plenty of natural light indoor outdoor living.

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 3 Car

× Waterfront × Wet edge pool × Open plan kitchen × North facing aspect × 1 house from the park × Great neighbourhood × Functional layout

Price: Forthcoming Auction Inspect: Saturday 11-11.45am Minka Jenkins 0488 550 063 Kate Jewry 0404 817 916 Web Code: MIN2674

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SANCTUARY OF STYLE AND SOPHISTICATION 9 Kakadu Lane, Buderim

5+ Bed | 3 Bath | 2 Car

Brilliant and versatile floor plan with an almost seamless in/ out flow for effortless entertaining. Contemporary design, multiple living spaces, study or 6th bedroom, 2 master suites and a dream stone kitchen. Step out & into a tropical alfresco garden paradise with salt pool and vehicle side access. Secure gated 818m2 block and just minutes to elite schools.

Price: Mid $700,000’s Inspect: Saturday 10-10.45am Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Web Code: BUD2749

STOP HERE - THE SEARCH IS OVER! 22 Barrier Close, Buderim

3 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car

Perfect as is but bring your own style and put your stamp on this inviting family home in a quiet cul-de-sac. Newly carpeted formal lounge with A/C plus a large tiled family zone and modern gas kitchen. Great covered entertainment patio and easy care gardens on a high set 605m2 block. The ideal investment property with rent appraisal of $460+ pw.

Price: Mid $400,000’s Inspect: Saturday 2-2.45pm Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Web Code: BUD2758

AUCTION SELLING SATURDAY – CALLING ALL $600K PLUS BUYERS! 29 Lemon Grove Place, Rosemount Big and versatile home on 6033m2, masses of personality, dual living potential and the option to work from home. Vast entertainment decks with resort styled pool and spa, purpose built salon, huge living areas, 9x6m shed and 1.5Kw solar. Just 15 minutes to Maroochydore and beach this is an absolute must see. Our owners instructions are clear - we’re selling!

5+ Bed | 3 Bath | 4 Car Auction: On Site Saturday May 25th at 12pm Inspect: Saturday from 11.30am Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Web Code: BUD2715

AUCTION MODERN, OPEN DESIGN, NORTH-EAST FACING - WALK TO BEACH 13 Warung Avenue, Maroochydore This Craig Cleary home typifies coast living in this quiet elevated neighbourhood which is central to the beach and shops. The large stacker doors reveal a generous north-east facing entertainment zone. The 3m high ceilings provide natural light over the open plan kitchen and informal living area. A fourth bedroom is an easy option.

3 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car Auction: On Site Saturday May 25th at 11am Inspect: Saturday from 10.30am Damien Michael 0413 024 124 Web Code: BUD2739

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AUCTION

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car

OWNER’S MOVED INTERSTATE – ULTIMATE ACREAGE PACKAGE – MUST BE SOLD SATURDAY! 74 Vise Road, Buderim

5+ Bed | 3.5 Bath | 5 Car

If privacy and security are paramount then this spacious two level family residence on a desirable small acreage with three bay high clearance shed and separate granny flat is definitely for you. Just minutes to Sunshine Coast Grammar and with four distinct living zones including a media room it offers great separation for the largest of families with beautiful high ceilings and classic lines throughout. The central kitchen offers a gorgeous outlook across rolling lawns to the inground pool, the entertainment gazebo and beyond. Many extras and inclusions and perfect for a home based business.

× Fully fenced 6,306m × Separate granny flat + shed × Large home office × Ducted air, video intercom × 12m inground pool × Town and tank water × Minutes to Sunshine Coast Grammar 2

Auction: On Site Saturday May 25th at 4pm Inspect: Saturday from 3.30pm Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188 Web Code: BUD2729

AUCTION

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car

BUDERIM DUAL LIVING AT ITS FINEST - 6 BEDROOMS + STUDY! 54 Topview Drive, Buderim This beautifully presented home is situated in one of Buderim’s most sought after pockets. Nestled in amongst some of the finest homes on Buderim, it presents with style and charm. The upstairs area consists of formal lounge, 4 generous bedrooms plus study all with built-in-robes and excellent storage. Downstairs offers another living area, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and laundry. The magic of this home is not only in its setting or the finish but also in the opportunities it affords its new owners. Close to private schools, university and Buderim Village, the possibilities are endless.

6 Bed | 3 Bath | 3 Car

× 6 bedroom + study × Dual living × In-ground pool × Fireplace × Air conditioning × Large shed × Ducted vacuum

Auction: On Site Saturday June 16th at 11am Inspect: Saturday 1-1.45pm David Holmes 0403 110 070 Damien Michael 0413 024 124 Web Code: MIN2755

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IDEALISTIC FAMILY HOME LAKESIDE 19 Oak Grove Way, Sippy Downs

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car

The lakeside districts of Chancellor Park have always been a much sought after area to live. This is a great opportunity to buy now as this family friendly sized home is been offered for sale for the very first time. Perfectly positioned on a large 800m2 block and overlooking expansive views of the reserve adjoining the picturesque lakeside.

Price: Low to Mid $500,000â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Inspect: Saturday 11-11.45am Karen Cleeton 0438 930 183 Web Code: MIN2768

AUCTION EXCEPTIONAL WATERFRONT VALUE AUCTION SAT 3PM 99 Baanya Street, Wurtulla This larger than average waterfront home is VACANT and ready for a new owner or tenant. Offering great proportions and features including open plan living with high raked ceilings, master bedroom with an ensuite, inground pool with timber decking down to the waters edge, pontoon, jetty and maximum potential. The owners are ready to let this one go!!!

4 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 2 Car Auction: On Site Saturday May 25th at 3pm Inspect: Saturday from 2.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Web Code: MIN2748

ANOTHER SATISFIED CLIENT Karen Jones has years of experience applying proven strategies for selling waterfront and beachside properties. Karen continues to deliver fantastic results...

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;We decided to appoint Karen Jones from Next Property Group as the agent to sell our Kawana Island home after we heard of her successful outcome with her auction of 15 St Lucia Crescent, Kawana Island. From the beginning we were so happy with Karen. She was professional and knowledgeable and at all times we felt like she was acting in our best interest as a seller. What impressed us the most with Karen was the constant communication. She kept us XSWRGDWHWKHZKROHZD\WKURXJKRXUZHHNDXFWLRQSURJUDP.DUHQFDOOHGDQGĂŠOOHGXVLQUHJXODUO\ZLWKKRZZH ZHUHSURJUHVVLQJZKRZDVLQWHUHVWHGDQGZLWKDOOWKHEX\HUIHHGEDFN:HQHYHUKDGWRFDOOKHUWRĂŠQGRXWZKDWZDV going on. On auction day, we had 4 registered bidders and sold our home under the hammer for $1.7 million. I would recommend that if you are thinking of selling, you need to call Karen Jones.â&#x20AC;? Karen Bull - Seller of 31 Barbuda Circuit, Kawana Island

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AUCTION EASY LIVING BY THE BEACH 2 Spindrift Court, Bokarina

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car

The Bokarina Beach Courts have always been a desirable location for those who of course love the beach but also value the outdoor lifestyle and community spirit. A very popular Sunshine Coast lifestyle and home are on offer. Beautifully presented and well maintained, this stylish home features high ceilings with generous proportions throughout the living zones. The open plan design caters for a spacious lounge and dining area, with a second living/TV room flowing through to the generous kitchen and overlooking the sparkling inground pool. Delight in the outdoor undercover north facing entertainment area surrounded with lovingly landscaped grounds.

OPEN FOR INSPECTION THIS WEEKEND

ALEXANDRA HEADLAND

Sat 12-12.45PM - 40 Lauren Drive - BUD2710 Mid - High $500,000’s - Tanya Mungomery Sat 12-12.45PM - 2 / 25 George Street - MIN2722 Sat 1-1.45PM - 9 Tandara Street - BUD2556 Buyers Interest Early to Mid $1,000,000’s - Karen Buyers in the $700,000’s - Richard Scrivener Jones Sat 1-1.45PM - 21 Buderim Glen Drive - MCHY2759 Sat 12-12.45PM - 7 Atlantis Parade - MIN2735 Please Contact Agent - Kate Jewry Buyers Around $1,000,000 - Minka Jenkins Sat 1-1.45PM - 54 Topview Drive - MIN2755 Sat 2-2.45PM - 202 / 180 Alexandra Parade Auction On Site - David Holmes MCHY2738 Sat 2-2.45PM - 11 Carlyle Court - BUD2766 Buyers in the $200,000’s - Kate Jewry Auction Sat 15th June @ 1PM - Chris Pace BLI BLI Sat 2-2.45PM - 22 Barrier Close - BUD2758 Sat 11-11.45AM - 3 Clearwater Circuit - BUD2720 Mid $400,000’s - Chris Pace Offers in the High $500,000’s - Richard Scrivener Sat 2-2.45PM - 18 Crestmont Drive - BUD2742 Sat 1-1.45PM - 49 Kathleen Drive - MCHY2756 Listed at $425,000 - Richard Scrivener Mid to High $400,000 Buyers - Jason Burns Sat 2-2.45PM - 4 Native Bird Place - BUD2780 BOKARINA Auction Sat 22nd June @ 2PM - Tanya Mungomery Sat 1-1.45PM & Wed 5-5.45PM - 2 Spindrift Court - Sat 3.30-4PM - 74 Vise Road - BUD2729 MIN2752 Auction Sat 25th @ 4PM - Chris Pace Auction Sat 1st June @ 2PM - Karen Jones

BUDDINA

CURRIMUNDI

Sat 1.15-2PM - 21 / 47 Sycamore Drive - BUD2762 Sat 10-10.45AM - Unit 5/1 Boorook Street-MIN2786 Mid to High $300,000’s - David & Jodie Hedley-Ward $600,000 Plus Buyers - Karen Cleeton Sat 2-2.45PM - Unit 2/4 Minya Street - MCHY2718 LANDSBOROUGH Wed - Sat 12-5PM & Sun 9-1PM - Pathways Estate Buyers in the Mid $300,000’s - Damien Michael Please Contact Agent - John Skerlak Sat 4-4.45PM - 9 Adelong Crescent - MIN2657 MAROOCHYDORE Buyers from high $800,000’s - Minka Jenkins Sat 11-11.45AM - 11 / 4 Kirsten Court -MCHY2779 BUDERIM Auction Sat 15th June @ 12PM - Jason Burns Sat 9.30-10AM - 41 Barleycorn Avenue - BUD2744 Sat 12-12.45PM - 4 / 14 Primary School Court Auction Sat 25th May @ 10AM - Craig Porter MCHY2760 Sat 10-10.45AM - 36 Horseshoe Bend - BUD2650 Listed at $299,000 - Jason Burns $700,000 + - David & Jodie Hedley-Ward Sat 1-1.45PM - 5 / 12 Picnic Point Esplanade Sat 10-10.45AM - 35 Deloraine Drive - BUD2515 MCHY2704 Mid $400,000’s - Chris Pace Early $400,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 10-10.45AM - 9 Kakadu Lane - BUD2749 Sat 2-2.45PM - 14 / 20 Picnic Point Esplanade Mid $700,000’s - Chris Pace MCHY2606 Sat 11-11.30AM - 84 William Street - MCHY2200 Buyer Interest High $500,000’s - Jodie McDonell Mid $500,000’s - Trevor Jones Sat 11-11.45AM - 17 Mackenzie Green -MCHY2706 MINYAMA Sat 10-10.45AM - 113 Mooloolah Drive - MIN2773 Buyers Interest From High $700,000’s - Jodie Forthcoming Auction - Karen Jones McDonell Sat 11-11.45AM - 56 Lauren Drive - BUD2763 MOOLOOLABA Low $400,000 Buyers - David & Jodie Hedley-Ward Sat 10-10.45AM - 7 / 13-15 Douglas Street Sat 12-12.45PM - 10 Thomsen Terrace-MCHY2694 MIN2751 $600,000 Plus Buyers - Kate Jewry Please Contact Agent - Minka Jenkins Sat 12-12.45PM - 4 Xanadu Grove - BUD2741 Sat 10-10.45AM - 902 / 19 First Ave - MCHY1081 Buyers in the $600,000’s - David & Jodie HedleyBuyers in the $800,000’s Should Enquire - Kate Jewry Ward

× Just 5 houses from the beach × 2 living zones indoors × Cathedral ceiling in main living × Generous master retreat × Nth facing covered outdoor entertaining × Large inground pool × Quiet cul-de-sac location

Auction: On Site Saturday June 1st at 2pm Inspect: Saturday 1-1.45pm & Wednesday 5-5.45pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Karen Cleeton 0438 930 183 Web Code: MIN2752

Sat 11-11.45AM - 133 Amarina Avenue - BUD2730 Buyers in the $600,000’s - Tanya Mungomery Sat 11-11.45AM - 38 Balyarta Crescent - MIN2674 Forthcoming Auction - Minka Jenkins Sat 3-3.45PM - 2/81 Buderim Avenue - MCHY2392U2 Buyers in the Mid $700,000’s range should inspect - Kate Jewry

MOUNTAIN CREEK

Sat 12-12.30PM - 1 / 5 Karri Court - MCHY2195 Listed at $359,000 - Trevor Jones Sat 12-12.45PM - 122 Karawatha DriveMCHY2778 Buyers Interest Early $600,000’s - Jodie McDonell Sat 1-1.45PM - 83 Karawatha Drive - MIN2668 Buyers Over $600,000 - Minka Jenkins Sat 1-1.45PM - 5 Carbeen Court - BUD2781 $500,000 Plus Buyers - Craig Porter

PALMVIEW

Sat 1-1.45PM - 1 Greenhaven Drive - MCHY2689 $600,000 plus buyers should inspect - Trevor Jones

PARREARRA

Sat 12-12.30PM - 7 Bimini Street - BUD2764 Mid $400,000 Buyers - Craig Porter

ROSEMOUNT

Sat 11.30-12PM - 29 Lemon Grove Place BUD2715 Auction Sat 25th May @ 12pm - Chris Pace

SIPPY DOWNS

Sat 11-11.45AM - 19 Oak Grove Way - MIN2768 Low to Mid $500,000 - Karen Cleeton

TWIN WATERS

Sat 3-3.45PM - 12 Tralee Place - MCHY2767 Buyers Interest High $500,000’s - Jodie McDonell

WARANA

Sat 2-2.45PM - 19 Minkara Street - MIN2732 Buyers in the High $400,000’s - Minka Jenkins Sat 3-3.45PM - 10 Palkana Drive - MIN2754 Forthcoming Auction - Minka Jenkins

WURTULLA

Sat 11-11.30AM - 4 Swallow Street - MIN2651 Buyers in the $600,000’s - Karen Jones Sat 2.30-3PM - 99 Baanya Street - MIN2748 Auction Sat 25th May @ 3PM- Karen Jones

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PALMWOODS

11 Tangerine Place

IT’S SIMPLE …… “STUNNING FAMILY HOME” Simple, yet the best way to describe 11 Tangerine Place. Located in much loved and sought after ‘Old Orchard Estate’. Positioned surprisingly high, with all year round breezes and elegant views over the estate. 5 large bedrooms including an Enormous Parents Retreat, with large walk in robe, spa bath and private lounge. Galley style kitchen overlooks the pool and takes in the view while 1 outdoor and 3 indoor living areas make it an entertainers delight or just a perfect large family home. Come to our Open Home Saturday, then head to the Country Fair……

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PRICE $515,000 • Elevated with views across Old Orchard Estate • 5 large bedrooms, sparkling inground pool • 3 separate living areas plus outdoor patio • Huge parents retreat with spa bath & lounge • Wonderful year round breezes • Ceiling fans & security screens all round • Great location, 100m to school, walk to parks

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CONTACT INSPECT

RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000

31 Bamboo Road

PRICE $879,000

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MODERN SUSTAINABLE HOME ON 9 ACRES CONTACT Jason Stock 0411 123 888 • Family sized 4 bed+study, 3 bath home + 2 bed shed INSPECT 12.00-1.00pm, Saturday • Luscious 9 acres, veggies, fruit trees, rainforest • Freshwater pool, yoga hut, bush kitchen pizza oven outstandingagents.com.au/7872133 • 5Kw solar power, solar hws, nth facing deck • Abundant water - 2 dams, tanks, drinkable bore • Private & secure, minutes to town & schools RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000

PALMWOODS

“Merinda Farm”

26 ACRES - 1KM TO TOWN, BLANK CANVAS • 10.79Ha - 1000+ income producing trees • 851 Limes, 167 Mandarin & 61 Avocado • Original 3 bed + study home, wide verandah • 2nd home site - views Buderim to Blackall Range • Abundant water, computerised irrigation • Owners purchased interstate, WIWO (plant inc)

PRICE $895,000 CONTACT INSPECT

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RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000

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PELICAN WATERS

19 Sovereign Circuit

DIVORCE ESTATE – ORDERED TO SELL! Urgent action is required as the owner has been ordered to market this property to sale. This stunning home was built in the Golf Precinct of Pelican Waters in 2004 and is located amongst many stylish homes. It is beautifully built and designed by Terry Beavis, which in fact later became an Endeavour prize home. We can’t stress strong enough that these owners are serious sellers. Ask for flexible bidding conditions to give you every Auction day success.

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• 308sqm open plan living with vaulted ceilings • Very spacious rooms with plenty of storage • Central in-ground pool, 2 entertaining areas • 2pac cabinetry throughout the entire home • Large master ensuite with spa and dual basins • Air-con, security & water system, Vacuum/Iron Maid • Secure remote gate, side access and more

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CONTACT Rob Whiting 0428 855 141 INSPECT 12.00-12.30pm, Saturday AUCTION 5.30pm, Thursday 13 June, in rooms ONLINE propertyservicescaloundra.com.au/8205523 RE/MAX PROPERTY SERVICES 5438 5224

TIME IS RUNNING OUT... to secure the best value land buying in Caloundra

from only $170,000

22 SOLD...ONLY 19 lots remaining HOUSE AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE 4 BEDROOMS

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• Elevated position means no flooding, with block sizes from 540m² to 1663m² • Only 3km to new hospital precinct and only minutes to CBD and beaches

MERIDAN PLAINS 9 Stavewood St SELLING IS OUR NO. 1 OPTION • Open tiled living, dining and kitchen • Ducted air-conditioning • Double lock-up garage • In-ground pool • Close to school, park & new hospital • Ask for flexible bidding conditions!

AUCTION CONTACT

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11-11.30am Sat & 5-5.30pm Wed 29th

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5.30pm, Thursday 13th June, in rooms

ONLINE propertyservicescaloundra.com.au/8139913 RE/MAX PROPERTY SERVICES 5438 5233

• Choice of ocean views, bushland views or nature reserve backdrop

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 www.propertyservicescaloundra.com.au/6808063

Property Services Caloundra

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WURTULLA

620 Nicklin Way

TRADIES ALERT - FAST INVESTMENT This will be a great buy if you are a practical investor or tradesman who can see what needs doing & straight to the point. It needs to be sold urgently - cash is required! This home is a solid brick home with a colourbond roof, in-ground pool, air-con, fans, sec-screens, needs carpets, repairs & tidy up.

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11.00-11.30am, Saturday

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5.30pm, Thursday 30 May, on site

ONLINE propertyservicescaloundra.com.au/8046103 RE/MAX PROPERTY SERVICES 5438 5222

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AUCTION 6 Impression Drive IMPRESSIVE FIRST IMPRESSIONS! CONTACT Lee Sutherland 0417 077 847 • Custom design, high ceilings, ducted aircon INSPECT 12.15-12.45pm, Saturday • Alfresco entertainment area, sun patio, privacy • Vegie garden, gas hot water, side access for boat AUCTION 12.45pm, Saturday 15 June, On Site • Outdoor sound system, 5000ltr rain water tank ONLINE outstandingagents.com.au/8215843 • Close to hospital, schools, shops and beaches • Filled with quality extras for comfortable living RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000 • Chef’s kitchen, open plan living

YANDINA

110 Creightons Road

5.5 ACRES OF PRIVACY & TRANQUILITY Here is an opportunity to raise your family on peaceful, private, useable acreage. So close to the coast, Maroochy airport, Highway access and the popular Yandina village & country markets. Ideal for horses, go karts or just room to spread out. 4 bed family home, shed, dam, electric fencing. Close to North Arm school.

DIDDILLIBAH

285 Diddillibah Rd

OWNERS READY TO MOVE THIS SATURDAY! Amazing value family home - Sellers want a result at auction so don’t miss out! Modern spacious design with North facing entertaining area, separate rumpus, bar, formal dining and study. 5357m2, town & tank water, 9x6m workshop with 3-phase power.

AUCTION CONTACT

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From 3.00pm, Saturday

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4.00pm, this Saturday, on site

ONLINE www.outstandingagents.com.au/7666933 RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000

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341 Image Flat Road

ACREAGE LIFESTYLE AT A BARGAIN PRICE Under growing financial pressure the sellers must now let this property go. Their sacrifice means this fantastic family home will be to the buyers gain. A short marketing campaign means you must act fast. Set on 2000m2 of land where rural views abound the home is large and will suit families with teens.

PRICE Reduced to $550,000 CONTACT INSPECT ONLINE

Steve Perry “Lifestyle Acreage Specialist” 0418 711 955 2.00-2.45pm, Saturday www.outstandingagents.com.au/788

RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES 5470 7000

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27 Kumbada Court, Minyama Waters

NORTHEAST ASPECT ON MAIN CANAL “Mortgagee Exercising Power of sale”. Incredible opportunity to secure without a doubt one of the more sought a er waterfront addresses in Minyama Waters. Being on the main canal this lowset home with a large pontoon and boardwalk has to be on your list if you are considering deep waterfront. The home although of age was renovated quite some me ago and has room for improvement. This is an entry level home that presents well and offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas and a double lock up garage. The land is 728sqm with 40m frontage. The main a rac on as men oned is the main canal posi on with Northeast aspect, sandy beach and wide expansive water views.

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AUCTION On-site Saturday 15th June 2013 at 12.00noon VIEW Saturday 25th May 11.00am - 11.45am OFFICE 11/21 Nicklin Way, Minyama CONTACT Mark Unkel M 0412 738 675 P 5444 0111 E markunkel@elitelp.com.au Rob Keam M 0418 708 137 P 5444 0111 E robkeam@elitelp.com.au

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P RO P E RT Y P R E V I E W S

By the beach in Bokarina

In a quiet cul-de-sac only steps from the beach, this home offers a coastal lifestyle for the family or a solid investment. The home’s size and design provide plenty of space and great separation for relaxed family living. There are f ve spacious bedrooms, a large contemporary kitchen and a covered outdoor entertaining area, as well as air-conditioning throughout to guarantee year-round comfort. The property is positioned on a 703-square metre block with side access and a pool.

9 Beachcomber Court, Bokarina 5 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Auction on site Saturday June 8 @ 3pm Platinum Properties 5437 8806 Steve Kealey 0437 935 369

In Maroochydore kawana waters

1/8 Arwen Street, Maroochydore 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car $334,000 RE/MAX Realty Excellence 5476 7654 Amber Fox 0405 357 735

VIC MURPHY

This bright, airy townhouse townh house has three spacious bedrooms, including two with their own balconies, a sun-f lled living area and a separate tiled dining area off the kitchen. The unit is at the front of the complex near the barbecue facilities and guest parking, and also has a private courtyard and secure garage. Parks, transport and local schools are close by.

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Maroochydore, Unit 8 “Langley Park” 12 Parker St. “Here the waves crashing” Refurbished two bed ensuited unit. Only 150 metres to beach and restaurants, yet set in a quiet position. 3rd f oor views. Must be sold, reduced to $269,000 View Sat 12:00-12:30

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The owner realises he will lose plenty and is prepared to consider any reasonable offer. This is your opportunity to pick up this beautiful property at a never to be repeated price. With a north east aspect overlooking Lake Kawana & sporting precinct & previously leased at $410/wk, it all makes sense to buy now, especially being so close to Kawana Hospital. Open: Saturday 11:00-11:30am Address: Unit 6 ‘Regatta’ 11 Innovation Parkway Auction: On site Saturday 1st June 2013 if not sold prior Contact: Serg Gubecka 0410 557 975, Edwin Limque 0419 713 388 Web ID: 113241727 www.professionalskawana.com.au enquiry@professionalskawana.com.au

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Shop 6A, 179 Nicklin Way, Warana

Maroochydore/Cotton Tree. The best available unit with a huge “wow” factor. 5th level unit with ocean and Mooloolaba harbour views. Very modern refurbishment and furniture. Must be sold - REDUCED to $449,000. Offers needed. Inspect by Appoint Maroochydore - River Glimpses. Immaculate two bedroom ensuited unit in beautifully maintained complex. Grassed courtyard and garden on title, secure car accom plus storage. Residential Living - No Onsite Managers. Well worth a look at $375,000. Inspect by Appoint Beachside Maroochydore - Lowset modern home on 607m2 North facing block. Four bedrooms, double garage, room for a pool, BIG open plan living, modern kitchen, walk to Beach, local shops and Plaza. Low $500,000s Inspect by Appoint Alexandra Headland - Entry level two bedroom unit, spacious living, fully tiled, small complex of three, single lock up garage, large North facing outdoor balcony, Very reasonable Body Corps. Great buy at $299,000. Inspect by Appoint The phones are running hot again. Looking to sell? Call me for a friendly appraisal.

Glennis Schindler 0412 737 324

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Your opportunity has arrived to acquire this large 3 bedroom ensuite furnished unit on the prestigious Mooloolaba “Spit”. This unit, perfectly positioned between the ocean and river has 2 living areas, a large exclusive use yard area ideal for the children to play in, or an outdoor meal in the sun with direct access to the park and river. Portsea North is a popular complex and has full security, lift and pool.

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If you are looking for an amazing price and position, look no further. Situated on the only 15 minute walk to Mooloolaba beach this property will offer exceptional value to the most fastidious buyer. The owners expectations means fantastic buying. • Hardwood frame, rendered, tile roof • Large undercover area, drive thru double garage • Security screens, quiet cul-de-sac • Double shed, large backyard with plenty of room • 2 Living areas, fireplace, large formal dining area for a pool, 4 car accommodation • New kitchen • Queen size brms with fans, built in wardrobes

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37 Brentwood Avenue, MOOLOOLABA

The owners will look at all offers prior to Auction, their expectations means this will be great buying. This property has all the key ingredients if you’re looking to buy or invest on the Sunshine Coast. It has the location with that exclusive Mooloolaba postcode. Just a short stroll to Mooloolaba Beach and its esplanade you’ll find everything you need with shopping centres, medical precinct, restaurants, cafés, schools and plenty more with a bus stop just 100m down the road. When buying a property like this, be assured you will be able to reap the rewards of the capital growth for 2013.

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11/14 Wirraway Street, MAROOCHYDORE

Don’t miss the opportunity at your chance to secure beach side living at its best. This generous 2 bedroom 1 bathroom unit is located in the hub of Maroochydore, only 150m to beach, cafes, restaurants and local grocer. North East facing in a complex of only 12 units it features pool and secure basement car park with plenty of storage. The open plan living design offers ample space for the astute buyer. Including airconditioning and ceiling fans throughout you will be comfortable all year round. Improvements include roof insulation, fresh paint, renovated bathroom, complete security.

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No Body Corporate - Just joint insurance $600 per annum First Home Buyer, Investor or bargain hunter, this property is entry level buying in Mooloolaba in a highly desirable location, Currently rented at $385 per week until 12/12/13. This house size duplex on 550m2 exclusive land in the heart of Mooloolaba has 3 good size bedrooms, living ara, dining room all carpeted plus a separate double lock-up garage with side access for that boat or caravan

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P RO P E RT Y P R E V I E W S

Family acreage in Buderim

This family residence is on small acreage only minutes from Sunshine Coast Grammar School. With four distinct living zones, it features classic lines, high ceilings and French doors which open to reveal formal lounge and dining areas, a rumpus or media room and home off ce. The kitchen has an adjoining casual sitting room and family dining area, all with a lovely outlook across rolling lawns to the pool and entertainment gazebo. Separate accommodation also features open plan living, bedroom, bathroom and verandah, and there is a three-bay shed.

5 bed, 3 bath, 5 car Auction on site Saturday May 25 @ 4pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188

Kawana Island residence

Maroochydore unit

Dual living in Buderim

Th This his spa spacious cious i ffamily amil ily h home ome is contemporary in style l and d has been designed for low- maintenance living. It features open-plan indoor living areas which f ow to a covered outdoor entertaining space, which faces north east facing and overlooks the inground pool. There are four large bedrooms, including the master with ensuite, spa and large walk-in robe. The open-plan kitchen features quality appliances and granite benchtops and there are spacious living areas and reverse-cycle air-conditioning.

Immaculately presented, this ground-f oor unit includes two bedrooms and a large grassed courtyard. With no steps, it has a gourmet kitchen which f ows to the main living area and out onto a north-facing outdoor area. In the air-conditioned main bedroom, a large ensuite boasts plantation shutters which separate it from the room, complete with river glimpses. The secure complex is only minutes walk from the river and a short walk from the Maroochydore CBD.

This charming timber Queenslander is set on 1012 square metres on top of Buderim, only f ve minutes from the village. Unique in style and character, it is large enough for extended family or suitable for a work from home situation. The open-plan main house has timber f oors throughout, three bedrooms, a modern kitchen, a separate formal lounge and a living area that opens onto wide timber deck. A separate granny f at has an open-plan living area with kitchen, bathroom, and large off ce.

13 Komodo Court, Kawana Island 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Low to mid $500,000s Howcroft & Associates 5413 9207 Bill Howcroft 0431 354 076

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2/87 Duporth Ave, Maroochydore 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 car $375,000 Vic Murphy Real Estate 5443 2433 Glennis Schindler 0412 737 324

69 Lindsay Road, Buderim 4 bed, 2 bath $590,000 RealWay Buderim 5445 2777 Marg Deighton 0411 399 514

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Stylish in Nambour On 649 squ square q are metres right rigght on the bo bord border rd of Nambour and Rosemount, this family home features three bedrooms, one bathroom with a separate toilet and timber f oors throughout. A large rear verandah boasts a natural forested outlook and lovely ocean views. Extra features include a lock-up garage and additional parking.

100 Panorama Drive, Nambour 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Auction on site Saturday June 8 @ 1pm First National Carolans 5441 1344 Stephen Colasimone 0413 416 952

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ARCHITECT DESIGNED SANDSTONE CONSTRUCTION Solar hot water and solar power (in addition to mains supply). The architect designed home features Sandstone external and internal, Ironbark poles, timber kitchen, high raked ceilings, lots of light from clerestory windows and French doors to open plan kitchen, dining/lounge, large main

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AUCTION – BALMORAL RIDGE • Peaceful Private Position • Add your personal touch to the house and gardens • 4 Bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • Large office • Separate lounge room • Spacious open plan living area opening to the wide northerly verandah • Other features include – ducted reverse cycle air conditioning – lots of rainwater storage (15,000 gallons) – leafy 3448m² block with views • Invest amongst quality homes • Quiet rural living and just a few minutes east-side of Maleny

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ONE OF THE BEST ON MARKET – YOU WON’T BUY BETTER! Highly desirable 7 acre property just 4 minutes from town, run cattle or horses or just have some space around you on this perfect parcel. Spacious near new home with views over rolling green hills. Some features include: • Light, open plan living/dining area and stylish, functional central kitchen

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HOUSES FOR SALE 2/18 Blackall St, WOOMBYE

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Buderim dual-living home Ni ely eelevated Nicely Nice levated le d wi with ith a nor northerly therly h ly ccoastal oast oa stall outlook, this breezy h home contains tll k th hi private, i t b t i f ve bedrooms, an off ce and multiple living areas. The main level has three bedrooms, including the master with ensuite and main bathroom. The kitchen, lounge and dining areas are roomy with raked ceilings bounded by two separate north facing decks. Downstairs has a secure external entry, two spacious bedrooms, a second kitchen, living area, off ce or utility room, bathroom and laundry.

4 Honeyeater Close, Buderim 5+ bed, 3 bath, 3 car Auction on site Saturday June 8 @ 1pm Belle Property Buderim 5445 6722 Bevan Horsnell 0412 512 257

3 3 5 KAWANA $1075PW North east aspect over broad water with direct deep water ocean access. Huge kitchen with stone benches, ducted air throughout, inground pool. 2 2 5 MINYAMA $900PW A home for entertaining, featuring two lounge rooms, two bars, large deck overlooking the canal, jetty and pontoon, a fantastic in ground pool, ducted air conditioning, solar hot water, 20 metre canal, deep water frontage. 2 4 2 MINYAMA $890PW Occupying an enviable water front location with direct access to the Mooloolah River this well presented home offers a private 22 metre pontoon which can easily accommodate a large yacht. Pets on application. 2 2 4 MINYAMA $875PW This two level waterfront property is located in one of the most prestigious streets of Minyama, featuring inground pool, pontoon and fantastic rear deck. Pets on application. 2 2 4 PELICAN WATERS $780PW Multi award winning designer home on the water with ocean access. Every room with cross ventilation and designed for privacy. Two living areas, natural stone, wool carpets, timber batons and seamless glass. 2 2 4 BUDDINA $780PW A stunning ocean view apartment, with balconies off three of the bedrooms. The apartment features polished timber floors, vacuum maid, and Wheelchair friendly. The stunning kitchen offers stone bench tops, dishwasher and gas cooking. A private lift to the apartment from the garage. 2 2 4 KAWANA ISLAND $765PW This stunning waterfront property is set of two levels, featuring timber floors, pontoon and inground pool, a modern kitchen and gas cooking. 2 3 5 PARREARA $655PW 5 bed, 3 bath, 2 car garage, air con, ceiling fans, water frontage, pontoon, pool, large outdoor entertaining area. 2 2 4 BUDDINA $625PW Located on the canal, with deep water access, this property is located close to the marina and Kawana shopping world, a really affordable waterfront property. 2 2 3 KAWANA ISLAND $620PW A beautifully presented family home, fully furn, 2 living areas, stone kitchen with gas cooking, ducted air, inground pool. 2 2 3 BOKARINA $485PW So close to the beach, this family home offers modern interior, secure back yard, inground pool, modern appliances. 2 2 4 AROONA $460PW A Modern family home, open plan living, media room, covered outdoor entertaining, within close proximity to schools, shops and only a short drive to beaches. 1 2 4 CURRIMUNDI $430PW Located beachside of Currimundi, this family home offers, air conditioning, dishwasher, security screens, low main. gardens. 1 1 3 WARANA $430PW Perfect home, relax, enjoy long walks along the beach, fully fenced, screens, close to everything, pets on applications. 2 1 3 BOKARINA $400PW Very neat and tidy beachside family home, walk to shops, beach and transport, good size backyard. Good size bedrooms, open plan living. Undercover outdoor living, pets on app. 2 3 4 BUDDINA $400PW Wow straight across the road from the beach, and metres to the surf club, enjoy every day with a spectacular view from your balcony. Spacious duplex living, with loads of space, and large back yard. Don’t miss it. 1 1 2 MOOLOOLABA $290PW Located in the heart of Mooloolaba, this unit is perfect for a couple of single person, walk to everything, minutes to the beach, transport close by.

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Character in Rosemount Th This his small ll acreage home offe offers ffers rs f eexible xibl ible li living ving i and d entertaining options, including l d oversized d living spaces and large entertainment decks overlooking a resort-style pool and rainforest surrounds. The entry level has a sunken formal lounge opening to a large tiled family area and timber kitchen taking centre stage. The spacious master suite has dual walk-in robes and private deck access. The lower level has a rumpus or games room, f fth bedroom, home off ce and air-conditioned purpose-built salon.

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OPEN HOMES - Saturday NAMBOUR: 2 Platypus Place Sat 10-10.40 Chalet style home, loads of character & individuality. 3 brms, 2 bath, 1 car + workshop. Wrap around verandah. A home with a difference. $349,000 KUREELPA: 96-100 Kureelpa Falls Road Open Sat 12-12.40 & Wed 29th 5-6pm Spectacular Queenslander will all the features. Set on 2871m2 of land offering a private, quality lifestyle. 4 brms, 2 bath & 4 car. Timber deck, rotunda, views, 3 bay $689,000 shed, the list goes on WEST WOOMBYE: 37 Simba Rd Sat 2-2.40 Sure to Impress! 3 brms, study, 3 bath, 5 car + Pool. Ideal family home. Timber f oors, modern country style kitchen,sep family area. 3 living zones, f replace, sandstone features. 2 bay w/shop with mezzanine f oor. Easy Care $895,000 BURNSIDE: 12 Grimes Terrace Sat 2-2.40 Quality, Convenience & Comfort .. this home has it all. 4 brms, 2 bathrooms, neutral décor located in a new estate. Fully fenced securing the yard for the kids. Elevated to catch the breezes. Close to $439,000 everything, great family living. KIEL MNT: 200 Kiel Mnt Rd Sat 2-2.40 Fantastic opportunity to add your personal style & character. Western red cedar pole home nestled amongst 1 acre of bushland. Cathedral ceilings, timber deck, fresh paint & carpet. Set in a great location. A Hot Buy! Now . $349,000 WOOMBYE: 32 Bunya Pine Pl Sat 1-1.45 Impeccable, Stylish, Absolute 100% class. 5brms,3bath,2car, tmb f oors, gourmet kitchen, outdoor entertaining, off ce nook, storage/wshop, landscaped, fenced, solar hws, air. Truly is a fantastic home. Reduced to sell $485,000 MAPLETON: 3 Amelia Place Sat 12-12.30 Quality built home, spacious, 3 brms, 2 bath, 4 car, 2 large living areas. 9mx6m powered shed. East facing patio & pergola. Beautifully landscaped. Set on 1616m2 level block. $525,000

VISIT www.riddellrealestate.com.au Gary De Paoli 0408 731 412 John Pyne 0418 710 209 Kirk Patrick 0439 395 599

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LEO Jul 24-Aug 23 The lunar eclipse lights up your entertainment zone so it’s a good weekend to party, see a movie, or entertain at home. But are you being somewhat elastic with the truth?

VIRGO Aug 24-Sep 23 The focus is on home and family this weekend, as you tackle chores and projects. If you combine logical thinking with creative ideas, then you’ll come up with something special.

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SAGITTARIUS Nov 23-Dec 21 The lunar eclipse is in your sign so your positive traits are magnified – and so are your negative ones. Aim to be generous and gregarious; rather than bossy and boisterous.

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AQUARIUS Jan 21-Feb 19 Your independent spirit is stimulated this weekend, as you turn around and do the exact opposite of what’s expected. Others may be shocked, but you need to do what’s right for you.

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6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Drivers’ School. (PG) 8.15 Good Game. 8.30 Head First. (M) 9.15 Mid-Morning Matters. (M) 9.30 Funny As. (M)

6.30pm Heartbeat. (PG) 8.40 Lewis. (M) 10.40 Nazi Hunters. (M) 11.40 MOVIE Threesome. (MA15+, 94) 1.40am MOVIE How To Murder Your Wife. (PG, 65)

6pm Building The Ultimate. (PG) 6.30 AFL Pre-Game Show. 7.30 AFL. Round 9. Brisbane Lions v Carlton. 10.30 MOVIE The Big Hit. (AV15+, 98) 12.30am 30 Rock.

6.30pm MOVIE Looney Tunes: Back In Action. (G, 03) 8.30 MOVIE Peter Pan. (PG, 03) 11.00 To Be Advised. 12am Conan. (M) 1.00 Take The Money And Run. (PG)

6.30pm Secret Dealers. (PG) 7.30 Antiques Roadshow. 8.30 CSI: NY. (M) 9.30 CSI: Miami. (M) 10.30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (M) 11.25 The Closer. (M)

6pm Get Smart. (PG) 6.30 Monster Jam. 7.30 Wedding Band. (PG) 8.30 Cops: Adults Only. (M) 9.30 Formula 1. Monaco Grand Prix. Qualifying. 11.30 Before The Game. (PG)

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Becker. (PG) 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 7.30 The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation. (PG) 11.30 Bump TV. (PG)

SUNDAY

6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks. (PG) 7.30 Love Translated. (PG) 8.30 Junior Doctors. 9.30 Transsexual Summer. (M) 10.20 Boy Who Was Born A Girl. (M)

6.30pm Vicar Of Dibley. (PG) 7.10 Fawlty Towers. (PG) 7.45 Martin Clunes. (PG) 8.45 Escape. 9.45 60 Minute Makeover. 10.45 Homes Under The Hammer.

6.30pm MOVIE The Fast And The Furious. (PG, 01) 8.45 MOVIE Gone In 60 Seconds. (M, 00) 11.15 Operation Repo. (M) 12.05am Deadliest Warrior. (M)

6pm To Be Advised. 7.30 The Middle. 8.00 2 Broke Girls. 8.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 9.00 Big Bang Theory. (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Rush Hour. (M, 98) 11.30 Two And A Half Men. (M)

6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 To The Manor Born. 8.40 MOVIE Seven Pounds. (M, 08) 11.10 True CSI: Cold Blood. (AV15+) 12.10am MOVIE Seven Women. (M, 66)

6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Megafactories. (PG) 7.30 Robson Green. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Ali: An American Hero. (PG, 00) 10.25 Fast Forward. (M) 11.25 Coal. (PG)

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. 7.30 The Simpsons. 8.00 Futurama. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Me, Myself & Irene. (M, 00) 11.00 The Office. (PG)

MONDAY

6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. 7.30 The Roast. (PG) 7.40 Scrapheap. 8.30 The Audience. 9.15 Would I Lie To You? 9.30 Breaking Bad. (M)

6.30pm Gardeners. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Mighty Ships. 8.30 Blue Murder. (M) 9.40 Waking The Dead. (M) 10.50 Criminal Minds. (M) 11.50 The Shield. (AV15+)

6pm Pimp My Ride. (PG) 6.30 Seinfeld. (PG) 7.30 Pawn Stars. (PG) 8.00 Treasure. (PG) 8.30 Pawn Stars. (PG) 9.30 American Restoration. (PG) 10.30 American Pickers. (PG)

6.30pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 8.00 Top Gear. (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Space Cowboys. (PG, 00) 12am Conan. (M)

6.30pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Hoarding. (PG) 8.30 Super Nanny. (PG) 9.30 Embarrassing Fat Bodies. (M) 10.30 My Strange Addiction. (MA15+) 11.30 Friends.

6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG) 7.30 Python Hunters. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Alive. (M, 93) 11.10 Formula 1. Race 6. Monaco Grand Prix. Replay.

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. 8.00 Raising Hope. (PG) 8.30 Torchwood. (M) 9.40 Dexter. (AV15+) 10.50 Nurse Jackie. (M)

TUESDAY

6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks. 7.30 The Roast. (PG) 7.40 Scrapheap. 8.30 Good Game. 9.00 Comedy Up Late. (M) 9.30 Me Facing Life. (M) 10.25 The Roast.

6.30pm Gardeners. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 Highway Patrol. (PG) 8.00 Motorway Patrol. (PG) 8.30 Air Crash Investigations. (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Mercury Rising. (M, 98)

6pm Pimp My Ride. (PG) 6.30 Seinfeld. (PG) 7.30 MythBusters. (PG) 8.30 Family Guy. (M) 10.00 American Dad! (M) 10.30 Family Guy. (M) 11.30 American Dad! (M)

6pm Two And A Half Men. (PG) 6.30 Middle. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 Auction Hunters. (PG) 8.30 2 Broke Girls. (M) 9.30 MOVIE Kill Bill: Vol. 1. (AV15+, 03)

6.30pm Friends. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Remarkable Vets. (PG) 8.30 Rizzoli & Isles. (M) 9.30 MOVIE A Perfect Murder. (M, 98) 11.45 Closer. (M) 12.45am Border Invasion. (PG)

6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG) 7.30 Construction. (PG) 8.30 Cops. (M) 9.30 Ross Kemp On Gangs. (MA15+) 10.30 Super Rugby. (PG)

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 7.30 Engagement. (PG) 8.00 New Normal. (PG) 8.30 Glee. (PG) 9.30 Snog, Marry, Avoid? (M)

WEDNESDAY

6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks. (PG) 7.30 Roast. (PG) 7.40 Scrapheap. 8.30 Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8.40 The Town That Caught Tourette’s. (M) 9.30 Head First. (M)

7pm Today Tonight. 7.30 Gardeners. 8.00 Dog Squad. (PG) 8.30 Escape. 9.30 Fantasy Homes By The Sea. 10.30 Homes Under The Hammer. 11.50 The Bill. (M)

6pm Pimp My Ride. (PG) 6.30 Seinfeld. (PG) 7.30 Factories. 8.30 Hardcore Pawn. (M) 9.30 American Pickers. (PG) 11.30 Rude Tube. (M) 12am Chappelle’s Show. (MA15+)

6.30pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang Theory. 7.30 Auction Hunters. (PG) 8.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 9.00 Jimeoin. (M) 10.40 MOVIE Clerks II. (MA15+, 06)

6.30pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Customs. (PG) 8.30 RPA. (PG) 9.30 Longmire. (M) 10.30 Cold Case. (PG) 11.30 Closer. (M) 12.30am How Clean? (PG)

6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG) 7.30 White Collar. (PG) 8.30 Burn Notice. (M) 9.30 Blue Bloods. (M) 10.30 The Killing. (M) 11.30 Persons Unknown. (M)

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 7.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.00 Futurama. (PG) 8.30 The Simpsons. 9.00 Futurama. (PG) 9.30 The Cleveland Show.

6pm Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks. (PG) 7.30 Roast. (PG) 7.40 Scrapheap. 8.30 Warehouse Comedy. (M) 8.55 Version. 9.05 Portlandia. (PG) 9.30 Dirty Laundry Live.

6pm Bargain Hunt. 7.00 Today Tonight. 7.30 MOVIE Babe: Pig In The City. (G, 98) 9.30 MOVIE The Women. (PG, 08) 12am Neighbours At War. (PG)

6pm Pimp My Ride. (PG) 6.30 Turtleman. (PG) 7.30 Alaska. (PG) 8.00 American Stuffers. (PG) 9.00 Hardcore Pawn. (PG) 9.30 Auction Kings. (PG) 10.30 Operation Repo. (M)

6.30pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 8.30 All The Right Moves. (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Dirty Dancing. (M, 87) 11.30 Two And A Half Men. (M) 12am Conan. (M)

6.30pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Human Body. (PG) 8.30 Embarrassing Bodies. (M) 9.30 Super Nanny. 10.30 The Mentalist. (M) 11.30 Dallas. (M)

6pm M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30 Get Smart. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG) 7.30 Game Plan. (PG) 8.30 Fast Forward. (M) 9.30 Brand X With Russell Brand. (MA15+) 10.30 The Sketch Show. (PG)

6pm Sabrina. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 7.30 Futurama. (PG) 8.30 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. (PG) 11.30 Craig Ferguson. (PG)

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Wow, what a weekend of fun small waves we had. Hope you managed to get a few! Looks like there will be a signif cant bump in the swell from Saturday onwards. However, there will be some ugly wind attached. So, with that in mind it will be Noosa, if the swell gets in, the Maroochydore stretch, Alex, Mooloolaba, Moffs and maybe Dickys and Ann Street depending on how south the wind is. The experts are predicting some rain on Sunday, which might help glass off some of the chop. A massive swell hit Teahupoo last week so stand by for the footage that should be hitting the net – 20-foot monsters were being ridden with Laird Hamilton towing a 20-year-old Hawaiian into the wave of the day. Holy crapola!

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ESTUARY: Flathead are taking plastics and live whiting along the northern banks of the Maroochy River and down to the bar area. There are plenty of whiting on the drift from Channel Island to Chambers Island using yabbies and cured worms. Tailor and trevally are at the Motorway Bridge pylons using lures and pillies. A few blubber-lip bream are taking prawns under the high-rise buildings along Duporth and Bradman avenues. SURF: Bream are on the top of the tide around the coffee rock at Mudjimba with fowl gut the best bait. Catch whiting around the Maroochy Bar area using worms. Pincushion is returning jew on big baits and tailor on pillies at night. OFFSHORE: Caloundra six to twelve mile is returning parrot, sweetlip and squire. Currimundi and Coolum have spotted mackeral, but are moving around with the bait schools. Better-quality reef f sh are out on the Barwon Banks using pillies and squid. Jigging plastics and metal jigs are also returning quality f sh. FRESHWATER: It is the best time of year for bass and golden perch at Somerset and Wivenhoe. Both Baroon Pocket and Lake McDonald are returning good bass along the weed line. Water levels in all local impoundments are high after rains, with bright f uro lures working best.

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