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was 19 when my palate was first introduced to one of the world’s most popular beverages. I was working in my first media job and somehow I had been roped into making the senior journalist his daily cup of coffee. It was during one of my visits to the office kitchen that I decided it was time to make myself a cup too. My first coffee experience was a lukewarm cup of Nescafe Blend 43. I can feel the wrath of a thousand coffee lovers. But truthfully, I loved it. And so became my daily ritual: a coffee for my colleague and one for myself. Those were the days when coffee was simple – an instant, a cappuccino or a mocha if you were a bit fancy. Of course, as the years passed and I matured, so too did my coffee preferences. Sitting in a local cafe, sipping a hot blend of aromatic beans was a Sunday morning joy. And then a strange thing happened – I stopped drinking coffee and I haven’t had one in about eight years. While tea (green please!) is my weakness, ‘going for coffee’ is still an integral part of my social and family life. Supporting local businesses, particularly those who support local roasters, is something my family truly enjoys. And, given that the Coast’s coffee culture continues to rise, I’d say we aren’t alone. This edition, we take a look at the region’s coffee scene and share a few hotspots that coffee lovers will want to visit. The story is on page 12. Of course, we also have local news, travel, property and entertainment. Enjoy!
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Queensland Ballet is forming a part of this year’s Noosa Alive calendar and to celebrate, we have one double pass for the matinee show on July 27 to give away. The performance will include a breathtaking line-up of new contemporary work and divertissements from classical repertoire that will delight audiences. Performed by Queensland Ballet’s Jette Parker Young Artists and company artists, each program will conclude with a Q&A with some of the creatives involved in bringing the production to life. For more information visit noosaalive.com.au
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CHRISTMAS IN JULY The Eumundi & District Historical Association and the Original Eumundi Markets are hosting Christmas in July to raise funds for Rural Aid, which provides much-needed support to Queensland farmers. There will be entertainment and a threecourse meal by chef Peter Wolfe. Tickets are $70.
NOOSA ALIVE! This 10-day festival of fun takes over Noosa venues and spaces in a fabulous showcase of music, theatre, dance, art, film, literature and culinary experiences. This year’s highlights include the Queensland Ballet, The Umbilical Brothers, Tim Freedman (pictured) and journalist Kerry O’Brien.
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“Way too much coffee. But if it weren’t for the coffee, I’d have no identifiable personality whatsoever.” – David Letterman, comedian
ON THIS DAY uly 5 IN HISTORY J 1865 – William Booth sets up the Christian Revival Association, later to become the Salvation Army, in London.
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It was said that coffee was discovered by a goat herder in Ethiopia in the 1500s. He saw his goats eating coffee cherries and later observed that they gained a high amountt of energy and didn’t sleep at night.
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1945 – Prime Minister John Curtin, who has led Australia for most of World War II, dies at The Lodge in Canberra, six weeks before the Japanese surrender. 1954 – Elvis Presley’s first commercial recording session takes place in Tennessee where he records That’s All Right (Mama).
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1987 – Australian Pat Cash wins the men’s singles at Wimbledon. 2011 – The UK’s News of the World paper faces claims it hacked into a missing 13-year-old’s phone messages. 2012 – Lochie Hinds, a 16-year-old from Sydney, swims the English Channel, becoming the youngest Australian to compete in the open-water swim. 2016 – Tennis star Nick Kyrgios admits he doesn’t “love” the game after being bundled out of Wimbledon in straight sets by Andy Murray. – AAP
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He may have been vanquished from the north of Westeros, but the Night King has turned up in the west of Australia. The CSIRO has named a one centimetrelong bee fly after the Game of Thrones supernatural supervillain, one of 230 new species named by the organisation in the past year. Bryan Lessard, entomologist at CSIRO’s National Research Collections Australia, says the Paramonovius night king was so-called because it only appears in winter in a small area of Western Australia, and has a crown of spine-like hairs. “Xuankun Li, who named the bee fly Paramonovius night king, is a PhD student at CSIRO and a huge fan of Game of Thrones, proving that inspiration for new species names can come from anywhere,” Dr Lessard says. “It has a serious side, but naming new species is the most fun a taxonomist can have.” Dr Lessard says scientists across Australia name about 1000 new species each year, and there is value in Australia’s biodiversity. – AAP
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he Sunshine Coast may have arrived a little late to the coffee game, but we’ve made good time in not only catching up, but also surpassing the coffee culture of major cities around the country. Coast coffee enthusiasts celebrate the coffee bean and the talented roasters and baristas who create unique spaces for people to experience the art of coffee. After all, coffee plays a large role in our economy. The 2019 IBISWorld Cafes and Coffee Shops – Australia Market Research Report shows the nation’s 20,781 cafes and coffee shops are thriving, injecting a staggering $9.9 billion into the economy. Interestingly, 95 per cent of the industry is made up of small, independent cafes. Our coffee culture is so refined that large chains like Starbucks quickly learn that Australians won’t compromise on quality. The American juggernaut opened 84 stores across the country in 2000 and within eight years had shut down 61 as consumers went
TILLY SPROULE Tim Adams Specialty Coffee head barista trainer (PHOTO BY BLISS PHOTOGRAPHY BY LEAH)
Tilly Sproule of Tim Adams Specialty Coffee is a talent to watch. The Sunshine Coast barista has won the 8th Fushan Cup International Barista Championship in China, beating 22 baristas from around the world at the exclusive invitation-only event. Her competition routine focused on terroir, which is the combination of variables that influence a coffee’s character and complexity. This can be anything from the growing conditions such as climate, soil and altitude of the farm or region, to the variety of coffee and processing techniques. Ms Sproule worked with Jamison Savage, a producer from Morgan Estate in Panama, to showcase a geisha (a superior
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back to frequenting smaller cafes. However, national coffee consumption has grown rapidly. We now sit in 42nd place for coffee consumption worldwide. McCrindle Research shows three in four Australians enjoy at least one cup of coffee each day. We can thank the arrival of Italian and Greek immigrants after WWII for introducing coffee to the country. The quality espresso coffee culture took root in Australia in the 1950s and expanded significantly in the late 1980s until we found the gold standard we have embraced on the Coast today.
variety of coffee) that was processed using a new and innovative technique known as whole cherry carbonic maceration. This is where whole coffee cherries are fermented in a closed oxygen-free chamber, in Ms Sproule’s case, for 36 hours. The routine was an extension of what she presented at the 2019 Australian Specialty Coffee Association National Barista Championship in February, where she came in fifth place. Ms Sproule combined this process with a unique blend of milk from grass-fed Guernsey and grain-fed Friesian cows that she had spent six months perfecting, and her signature drink was a show-stopper, combining all of these techniques along with freeze distillation of her milk to achieve a melted ice-cream quality. “Knowing I was travelling to China, I wanted to work with a local fruit to bring connection between terroir of where we were and flavour,” she says. “I decided on papaya and reduced it down into a syrup with my cascara [coffee cherry skins] fermentation to create a syrup which had flavour qualities like peach and cacao.”
DID YOU KNOW? There are 20,781 cafes and coffee shops around Australia that inject $9.9 billion a year into the national economy.
MICHAEL DATTA Founder of Bare Coffee Company Before launching Bare Coffee in 2013, Michael Datta was a consultant to cafe owners who were starting up their businesses on the Sunshine Coast and he saw most cafes were buying roasted beans from Melbourne, Sydney or Italy. “I felt very strongly about showing local cafes and coffee lovers we could easily match and surpass the perceived quality that the above-mentioned cities/countries could deliver,” he says. “We too could source the highest-rated beans from the world’s most awarded green bean farmers, therefore create and craft outstanding roasted coffee. So we did.” Through Bare Coffee, Mr Datta and his team work with roasters in New South Wales, Victoria, New Zealand, the US and soon China, sharing their knowledge and
skill of creating and crafting coffee flavours. “Gone are the days of just pouring a flat white (which is still very good),” he says. “People now travel across Australia and the globe to see and taste new styles of coffee drinks every day. “Coffee lovers know what they like and don’t like. They want to know where the green beans that are roasted to make their cup of coffee comes from. It’s a wonderful industry in which knowledge can be shared with those who love their coffee. People care and really want to know.” Mr Datta says coffee creates a sense of community, belonging and place. “It’s an enabler, bringing people together and giving locals and visitors to the Sunshine Coast a place to meet. The start-up and small business community rely on coffee shops every day, as do the owners of these coffee shops,” he says. “The local coffee industry is a fantastic employer of all ages,” he adds. “Over the past few years, the Coast has become recognised as a quality coffee location on the Australian cafe and roaster scene.” Mr Datta says the local coffee movement has been growing consistently during the past 10 years. “I see the industry growing as is for the next 10 or more years. “Here in Australia, the next generation of cafe owners, baristas, suppliers, roasters will keep innovating and growing. The future is outstanding.” myweeklypreview.com.au
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CRAIG DAVIS Managing director of Vincenza Coffee Former pastry chef Craig Davis first launched himself into the coffee game in 2005, when he bought Sunshine Coffee in Maroochydore to distribute coffee for other brands. He purchased Vincenza Coffee from the Parkin family a decade later. Mr Davis created Maroochydore’s The Concept in order to establish a new Vincenza Coffee HQ and strengthen knowledge of the Coast origins of the nationally renowned brand. The Concept houses the Vincenza roastery, the Sunshine Coast Barista Training School and the Riba Kai cafe, which serves Vincenza coffee with paired meal options. This thriving venue celebrated its first anniversary last week. With a strong customer base across the Eastern seaboard of Australia, the Vincenza roastery prepares up to 1.2 tonnes of beans for distribution each week to more than 60 cafes throughout Queensland and New South Wales. Mr Davis says his passion lies in educating baristas because while he has “never had a bad-tasting coffee, I’ve definitely had a badly made coffee”. “We train at least 15 to 20 people each week in our onsite education hub and baristas learn everything from which farmers we source green beans from through to our roasting process and then different brewing methods to get the best results from their beans,” he says. With customers becoming more curious about where their coffee comes from, Mr Davis says cafe owners and baristas who know their stuff become fast favourites with coffee aficionados. “When I got into coffee 15 years ago, it
was a matter of just dropping the coffee off to cafes, but now it’s important to know every step the beans go through to reach the coffee drinker at the end of the chain,” he says. “There is a social aspect to drinking coffee and going to a cafe is about the full experience. Baristas know that. It’s their theatre and they can showcase their skills.” Baristas are highly trained and their ability to create latte art is not only a mark of flair, but is also an indication of their technique level because it is impossible if the milk isn’t exactly the right consistency and the correct temperature. Mr Davis travels the country extensively, experiencing cafe culture wherever he goes, and while he admits he “might be biased”, he believes the Coast has “by far the best hit and miss rate” when it comes to coffee. “If I walk down a street in Melbourne or Sydney and get a coffee at the first place I walk into, I can guarantee you it’s going to be bloody ordinary. You have to research where the best places to go are. But on the Coast, you get a very good product every time,” he says.
QUIRKY coffee FACTS • Coffee is the world’s second largest traded commodity, behind crude oil.
Follow the coffee trail The Coffee Roaster’s Guild was the first of its kind in Australia. Launched in 2015 at the Maleny Real Food Festival, it showcased the outstanding quality of locally roasted coffee. Last year the guild released an interactive coffee trail map, which lists the 60 venues across the region that make coffee with beans from their roasteries. Check it out at thecoffeetrail.com.au.
TIM ADAMS SPECIALTY COFFEE Textile Avenue, Warana Innovation is the key for award-winning barista Tim Adams. His Nurse blend tastes like hokey pokey ice-cream and macadamia when brewed with milk. If served black, it takes on a peach taste with sparkling acidity and cocoa notes.
THE COLOMBIAN COFFEE CO Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba The Colombian Coffee Co is a modern independent coffee shop and artisanal roasting house and its iced long black (pictured) is one of the ways it steps outside the square to offer coffee enthusiasts new taste sensations.
• Coffee beans grow on a bush and they are actually the pit of a berry, which makes them a fruit. • Kopi luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world. It comes from Indonesia and is made from beans digested from the Asian palm civet. In other words, it comes from cat poop. • Brazil produces about a third of the world’s supply, according to the International Coffee Organisation. This is about twice as much as the second-place holder, Vietnam.
MONTVILLE COFFEE Balmoral Road, Montville for wholesale roastery or visit the café at The Big Pineapple. Award-winning coffee is small-batch roasted for flavour and aroma using only certified fair-trade organic coffee beans. The Monty organic cold brew (pictured) is created by immersing coarsely ground coffee in cold water over 15 to 24 hours.
My Weekly Preview has created a Sunshine Coast Coffee Roaster’s Guild trail, so coffee enthusiasts can check out the HQs of these innovative businesses.
SUNSHINE COAST COFFEE ROASTERY Page Street, Kunda Park Try the Colombian supremo Pennsylvania specialty single origin, which hails from the coffee triangle region that produces some of the world’s best coffee. This bean provides tones of sweet citrus through to a silky vanilla and toffee finish.
PIONEER COFFEE ROASTERY Pioneer Road, Yandina Pioneer Coffee Roastery believes in quality, sustainability and building strong relationships, which ensures it sources as many of its products as possible from local producers.
FLYING WEST COFFEE ROASTERS Fellowship Drive, Doonan With the help of a passionate team, owner and operator Ben West has spent the past 15 years planning the best coffee experience possible and the combined roastery and cafe in Doonan gets you close to the action.
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Jane Caro will visit the Coast in July to discuss her new book, Accidental Feminists. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.
“When a woman says to me, ‘I’m not a feminist’, I say ‘what’s wrong with you?’ Young women who don’t identify as feminists haven’t thought it through. When I was teaching at university, a student said she wasn’t a feminist. I said you’d better pack your bags and leave. I said if you’re not a feminist, you obviously don’t approve of women going to university. Feminists fought for your right to be here, they made sacrifices, they were mocked, some were jailed. I think it’s a cowardly position.” Ms Caro says while we still have a long way to go to achieve things like pay parity, men aren’t entirely to blame for where women find themselves today. “Women are just as affected by sexism as men are. Sexism and misogyny isn’t just something men do to women; women do it to other women and to themselves. Our grandmothers and mothers fully absorbed the idea they weren’t as clever and able as men. They passed that lack of confidence on as a poisoned chalice.” Ms Caro believes there’s a backlash against feminism because it’s become more effective as a movement but that disagreements within the movement itself are only natural. “I think feminism is a broad church and the fact that feminists disagree with each other is not evidence of failure, it’s evidence of a vigorous, dynamic movement. “My view of feminism is very simple. Feminism is the centuries-old fight by one half of the population to be taken seriously by the other half.”
“Young women who don’t identify as feminists haven’t thought it through”
Advocating for older women ocial commentator, writer and Walkley Award-winning journalist Jane Caro is not a woman to be messed with. She’s a straight-talking dynamo with a razor-sharp mind and a no-BS attitude. She’s also really funny. Speaking with My Weekly Preview in the lead-up to her visit to the Coast for literary festival Voices on the Coast, she gets straight to the point when asked why she wrote her latest book, Accidental Feminists. “I hope to open a conversation because we don’t talk about old women,” she says “We don’t see old women and to be honest with
young women get on board with that because if we don’t start to do something drastic about the way women’s working lives traditionally go, with part-time work and time out to care for children and elderly parents, we will have yet another generation of poor old women.” Ms Caro says she’d like her book to be read as widely as possible. “What I’m sick and tired of is women can read books written by men for men, but as soon as women write books about women, ooh girl’s germs. This generation of women didn’t set out to change the world; they thought they’d live the lives that women millennia before them lived. They’d find a spunk, settle down and have children and live happily ever after and, of course, that’s not how it turned out. “The thing I’m finding as I go around promoting the book, and talking to audiences of older women, is a lot of them tell me they didn’t used to identify as feminists, but they sure as hell do now. Now that feminism has come roaring back onto the agenda via social media, men and women can hear women’s voices directly rather than through male-dominated media, which tended to exaggerate stereotypes.” While generations of women fought for basic rights, there appears to be a backlash against feminism today, with leaders like Julie Bishop famously declining to call herself a feminist, along with younger generations of women who don’t see the point. “I think in the end it’s a self-defeating position. They think they can please the blokes if they say they’re not a feminist, although I understand the idea to align yourself with the powerful rather than the powerless. Usually people like Julie Bishop don’t identify as feminists because they will be absolutely out of a job if they do.
you, we don’t care about old women. We just want them to go away and die. They’re past their use-by date and they’re saggy and baggy. I want to change that focus.” The book looks at the history of women of Ms Caro’s generation, women who benefited from liberating breakthroughs like the pill and the tampon, who had free university education and yet today, represent a growing number of Australia’s homeless and destitute. “It has turned out well for some and very badly for others,” she says. “I examine why it has gone wrong for many women facing distress and homelessness. It’s really good if
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The road to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for local athletes is being paved at a fundraising lunch on July 12 at the Maroochydore RSL. Presented by the Sunshine Coast Sports Federation, the lunch aims to raise funds for local athletes who aim to compete at Tokyo 2020, while also presenting the latest progress reports on the Southeast Queensland 2032 Olympic Games bid. Sunshine Coast Sports Federation president Dr Brendan Burkett says Mayor Mark Jamieson and Queensland Olympic Taskforce chair Mark Stockwell will attend the lunch to outline details on the planned bid. The 2019 junior and senior Sports Star of the Year Awards will also be presented at the event. “We have a lot of talented local athletes here on the Sunshine Coast, the region is blessed with outstanding international, national and state-based athletes and teams and highly developed pathway programs across most junior sports. It’s little wonder why the Sunshine Coast is held in such high regard for its ability to produce elite athletes across a multitude of sports,” Dr Burkett says. The lunch will be held on July 12 at the Maroochydore RSL Events Centre from midday. Tickets are $125 per person or $1100 for a table of 10 and includes a two-course meal and beverages. To book, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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HOLD YOUR HORSES, THIS IS ONE TOUGH RIDE At midnight on July 12, more than 300 horses and their riders will take to the dark tracks of the Imbil State Forest to tackle Australia’s most prestigious endurance ride, the Tom Quilty Gold Cup. Steeped in history and internationally recognised, the Tom Quilty Gold Cup will see riders from as young as 12 and right up to 78 years of age take on the challenge of completing a 160-kilometre course with just a headlight and their four-legged friend for company. Matthew Sample, owner of Stirling’s Crossing Equestrian Complex, which will host the Tom Quilty Gold Cup for the first time, says this will be the biggest event in its 54-year history, with the local population expected to triple during the event.
After buying and renovating nine Maroochydore units for the homeless last year, Vinnies Community Sleepout 2019, to be held on August 8, is aiming to create new accommodation in Nambour. The annual fundraising event to tackle the Sunshine Coast’s homelessness crisis head on has been launched, with an aim to raise $150,000. Around 1600 people are sleeping rough every night in the region and the event will see community leaders sleep on the beach or on the floor of the Maroochy Surf Club for a night. Participants will include Noosa Mayor Tony Wellington and Mix FM radio announcer Todd Widdicombe. Visit communitysleepout.org.au/sunshine-coast to sponsor a participant.
FUNDRAISER TO FIGHT PROSTATE CANCER Planning is underway for the second annual Prostate Cancer Awareness lunch with organisers from the Noosa Prostate Association aiming to exceed the $100,000 raised at last year’s event. Chair of the Noosa Prostate Association Mitch Miller says the disease currently affects more than 200,000 Australian men. The lunch will be held on August 13 at the Noosa Tigers AFL club on Weyba Road. Media personality Steve Haddan will be the Master of Ceremonies and former AFL great and ‘Lambassador’ Sam Kekovich (pictured) is the guest speaker. Tickets are $200 per person with $170 from each ticket price donated to the Prostate Cancer Foundation. For more information, visit noosapa.com.
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OCEAN STREET IS SET TO BECOME SAFER A night out on Ocean Street, Maroochydore is set to become safer with the installation of ‘pop up’ bollards to restrict vehicle traffic on Friday and Saturday evenings. This new community safety infrastructure has been fast-tracked by Sunshine Coast Council in response to concerns raised by Queensland Police Service, local traders and stakeholders of the Safe Night Sunshine Coast Precinct Association. Sunshine Coast District Officer, Superintendent Darryl Johnson says the ability for QPS to make temporary closures to the road provides an additional layer of comfort and security in that vehicles are removed from the area to allow pedestrians to move around freely.
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Mark Darin and Caroline Hutchinson with Brooke Seignior (centre) that it happened. We had Immanuel Lutheran College, Roz White, Kenilworth Dairies and Kook pull it all together in two days and we made $10,000. “This was only possible because the community jumped on board and said ‘we can do it’ and these types of events are always highlights for me.” Ms Hutchinson says there were tears
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aving former Nutri-Grain Ironman Series champion Ashley Massie as a father and with Brianna and Tiarnee Massie (who are making their mark on the open women’s kayaking circuit and Ironwoman competitions respectively) as cousins, it’s not surprising Jenaya Massie is drawn to the water. “It’s in my genes,” the 17-year-old champion kayaker says.
Miss Massie was the sole Australian representative at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games canoeing competition in Barcelona and recently won gold in the K1 and K2 500 metres at the 2019 Asia Pacific Sprint Cup at Lake Karapiro in New Zealand in May. These are just the latest medals to be added to the growing number of accolades Miss Massie has achieved on the water since leaving her roots in surf lifesaving to pursue kayaking as a 14-year-old. Miss Massie says she initially tried kayaking as a means of improving her surf ski skills, but soon developed a passion for the sport. She made the switch and it quickly paid off – in her first Australian titles, Miss Massie won gold in the 2.5-kilometre K1 and backed that up the following year with six gold, three silvers and a bronze across a range of singles, doubles and team distances. The Year 12 Nambour Christian College (NCC) student was presented with an Olympic flag by swimming Olympian Tessa Wallace, who graduated from NCC in 2012, in a special outdoor ceremony before the Secondary School Athletics Carnival on June 21. Miss Wallace has represented Australia at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Juggling exams with ongoing training,
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THERMAL COAL BHP may close its thermal coal arm in the early 2020s once tax losses are used up. These losses are around $US600 million for the Hunter Valley Mt Arthur mine, an amount seen as material when considering the after-tax value for shareholders. An exit will be easier once these tax losses are used in the early 2020s – a spin-off has been considered in the past but is complex, and a trade sale would be simpler.
COPPER BHP is not planning another large-scale expansion of the Escondida project in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile until the end of the 2020s, when grades of the red metal at the world’s largest copper mine are expected to decline to 0.6 per cent from 0.9 to one per cent currently. This issue – in other words as grades decline more ore needs to be processed to produce the same amount of metal – is also a factor at the Spence operation, also located in the Atacama Desert.
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he iron ore price has excited investors on the local Australian share market in recent months, trading at prices over $US110 per tonne. This has benefited stocks like Fortescue Metals (FMG), Rio Tinto (RIO) and BHP Billiton (BHP), which have been trending up to levels not seen since the height of the market before the infamous GFC meltdown. We recently received an update on BHP, the world’s largest resources company by market capitalisation. The highlights of its key divisions are shown below.
METALLURGICAL COAL The BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance in Queensland is planning a 12- to 16-milliontonne expansion. BHP is confident the market can take the additional tonnes, and sees low-capital-intensity expansions at Blackwater and Caval Ridge projects. Metallurgical coal, also known as coking coal, isn’t just a China story – there is growth in steel output in India, which produces no
WA IRON ORE BHP has no desire to expand its Western Australian iron ore operations in the Pilbara
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BHP sees the oil outlook as very attractive into the 2020s, with demand peaking in the 2030s, and a four-percentage-point gap between demand growth and supply – in other words one per cent demand growth with a three per cent decline in supply. This leaves demand in a state of inducement economics – with an oil price that provides incentive for new supply – continuously over that period.
OLYMPIC DAM The brownfield expansion concept designed to take production at the giant copper-goldsilver-uranium miner in South Australia to 330,000 tonnes per annum has been reduced in scope to 240 to 300,000 tonnes, as the ore
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saw the film Yesterday recently and the premise, while completely absurd, was an interesting one. The entire globe experiences a blackout and when the power comes back on, certain icons of pop culture have been erased from the world’s memory, including The Beatles. It poses the question: what would a world without The Beatles be like? The film doesn’t really answer that question, but rather uses it as a springboard for a struggling musician to rip off all their music and become famous while navigating a fairly predictable romantic storyline. But hearing songs like Yesterday and The Long and Winding Road through the ears of the characters in the film who have never heard of The Beatles was a real thrill. It was a
“What would a world without The Beatles be like?” moving reminder of just how good these songs were and still are – timeless tunes that elevated pop music into an art form. So – what would a world without the Beatles look like? Well, let’s look at just a few of the musicians they influenced. Bruce Springsteen said he wouldn’t be where he was without The Beatles. Billy Joel said the single biggest moment that inspired him to
want to be a musician for life was seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Gene Simmons of Kiss said he was blown away by how four skinny boys from the middle of nowhere could make music like that. Dave Grohl of Nirvana and the Foo Fighters taught himself to play guitar with a Beatles songbook and said he wouldn’t be a musician without them. Even the king of grunge himself, Kurt Cobain, was a fan. Queen, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, The Beach Boys, The Mamas and the Papas, The Byrds, Black Sabbath, The Pixies, Oasis, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Coldplay, the Bee Gees, U2, R.E.M, The Cure, Lady Gaga, Tom Petty, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, The Police… and that’s just scratching the surface. Without The Fab Four, just think of all the kids who would never have thought to themselves, that song makes me feel like I’ve just seen God. Sounds simple enough, I’m going to give this music thing a crack. But then, nature hates a vacuum, so had The Beatles never existed, another band may have materialised to fill the space. The Dung Beetles perhaps, with their hits I Want to Roll Your Dung, All You Need is Dung and Here Comes the Dung. They would have sounded like a cross between Oasis and Nickelback after their guitars were savaged by a pack of wild chihuahuas. No one wants to live in a world like that, so I think we can all agree: the world owes a lot to those skinny lads from Liverpool.
Leigh Robshaw is My Weekly Preview’s deputy editor and a freelance writer. Visit leighrobshaw.net for information on her upcoming book.
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Bring your picnic rug along to Eumundi’s Dick Caplick Park to enjoy an afternoon of free live music at Park Sounds. The July 7 event from 1pm to 4pm will feature Gympieborn jazz and pop fusion artist Alisha Todd, indie/folk starlet Majelen and Newcastlebased funk and R&B trio Smoke and Rain (pictured). This alcohol-free event is the perfect place to chill out with friends and family and enjoy a host of great tunes.
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pportunities to immerse yourself in the arts will abound in late August as the Horizon Festival returns to the region. From the beach to the hinterland, Horizon is a 10-day celebration of visual art, music, words and ideas, art, tech, film and much more. This year the festival will take over the emerging Maroochydore City Centre, transforming the space from construction site into Festival Central, the thriving creative hub with performances, workshops, live music, pop-up galleries and delicious food. A highlight of the program is the Australian premiere of The Cold Record by Rude Mechs. It tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who tries to break the record for the most days leaving school sick, and in the process falls in love with the school nurse and learns to appreciate punk rock.
Meanwhile, Blak Social celebrates our First Nations artists with a varied line-up including Alice Skye, Kee’ahn, Chocolatte Boxx, Katina Olsen and Gubbi Gubbi Dance. Other well-known artists and performers appearing at the festival are Jack Charles, Jody Haines, Lincoln Austin, Michaela Gleave and Louise King. Arts portfolio councillor Rick Baberowski says this year’s program showcases a remarkable mix of art forms and performances. “This year there are a number of more interactive events, that really engage the community and remind us just how diverse our region is becoming and how heritage provides some perspective on change,” Cr Baberowski says. View the full program and book your tickets at horizonfestival.com.au.
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SATURDAY, JULY 6 Dan Horne, Eumundi Markets, 9am Andrea Kirwin, Eumundi Markets, 9am Tribal Groove, Eumundi Markets, 9am Brown Trouts, Imperial Hotel Eumundi Beer Garden, 12pm Ollie Murk, Alex Surf Club, 4.30pm Benny O, Imperial Hotel Eumundi Beer Garden, 6pm Back 2 Back, Caloundra Boat Club, 6.30pm Roy Morris, Club Kawana, 6.30pm Old Skool, Maroochy Surf Club, 7pm Benji & The Saltwater Sound System, Solbar, 7pm The Febs, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm Dan England Band, Maroochy RSL, 8pm Nirvana + ALT ’90s Show, Beerwah Hotel, 8.30pm A Girl Called Goose, Palmwoods Hotel, 8.30pm Bowery Boys, Coolum Surf Club, 9pm
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In celebration of NAIDOC Week, 18 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists who are experiencing or caring for someone who is living with a disability or who is frail aged will have their artwork showcased at a dedicated art exhibition opening at the Beulah Gallery in Buderim. The Nandjimadji and Murri Connections art groups â€“ an initiative of not-for-profit organisation Suncare Community Services â€“ were founded to address issues such as social isolation and the lack of culturally safe environments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to come together and connect. Suncare chief executive Russell Mason says the groupâ€™s exhibition aims to raise awareness of the barriers faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the community who are living with or
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caring for their elders or someone with a disability or mental illness. â€œWe often find people with disabilities and their carers can feel socially isolated, so itâ€™s inspiring to see these local and Brisbane-based residents â€“ who until recently found it difficult to participate in the community â€“ now fully engaging with others and telling the story of their art to collectors and art enthusiasts,â€? he says. â€œThe Sunshine Coast community group took its name â€˜Nandjimadjiâ€™ from the local Gubbi Gubbi language, which means to lighten the load, and we can certainly see this in practise as these incredible artists build friendships and express themselves through art.â€? The Nandjimadji and Murri Art Exhibition will be held between July 8 and 12 and art works are available to purchase.
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TRY THE DELICIOUS NEW CAFE MENU Executive chef Gareth Collins has put together a mouthwatering new menu for the Maroochy RSL Cafe, with internationally inspired flavours such as soy and sake braised pork belly (pictured), kabocha Japanese pumpkin curry, chipotle barbecue chicken wings and pesto and penne rigate. Taste the flavours of the world at Maroochy RSL Cafe, 105 Memorial Ave, Maroochydore, 5443 2211, maroochyrsl.com.au.
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With sparkling blue water, soft white sand and colourful marine life, Daydream Island tempts you to indulge in a winter escape. WORDS: Candice Holznagel.
Daydream Island is only one of the fabulous places to visit while holidaying in the Whitsundays.
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Marine life isn’t the only wild experience on offer at Daydream, as we discovered on a morning stroll to Lover’s Cove. The small pebble and shell-covered beach is a haven for snorkellers, and also for the island’s resident wallaby and kangaroo population. The curious creatures will happily watch as their human visitors frolic and take in the wonders of this tropical, relaxing paradise.
y eyes are closed and I can feel the cool wind sweep across my body, my unruly hair whipping my face. I smell the ocean – fresh, slightly salty and clean. I breathe the air deeply into my lungs and allow my senses to centre and focus. I need this moment of clarity and I can feel my mind thanking me for this brief minute. An uncontrollable giggle breaks my reverie and my eyes open to focus on my five-year-old son, who is holding his hat tightly on his head and enjoying the sense of freedom this boat ride offers. The turquoise-blue ocean stretches before us and jade-green islands majestically rise from its water. Soon our destination appears – a small island of white sand, a blend of tropical and natural plants and home to one of the Whitsundays’ newest and most stylish resorts. Daydream Island Resort may have old bones – its history dates back to the 1930s – but it has recently undergone a $100-million redevelopment after it was battered during Australia’s second-most costly tropical storm, Cyclone Debbie, in 2017. The result is a contemporary vision
encompassing 277 refurbished rooms and suites, stylish foyer, lounge and the ecofriendly Living Reef. The free-form coral lagoon, which wraps 200 metres around the central building, is home to more than 100 species of local marine life including fish, small sharks and rays. And, it creates quite a stunning centrepiece for this pretty resort. It was this reef that kept our son entertained each breakfast and dinner during our four-night getaway. As he mused: it isn’t every day you can watch sharks swim by as you enjoy your pancake stack. Marine education and preservation is a key value of the team at Daydream Island, and this is evident in the activities and experiences on offer. There is the chance to join the marine biologists in the Reef Rangers program, snorkel in the ocean, swim with the stingrays or learn more about coral and mangrove systems at the Education Centre. For those who prefer to stay dry, the Underwater Observatory is a highlight not to be missed. As you descend the four metres down to the dimly-lit room beneath, you will come face to face with a stunning array of marine creatures viewed through the sevenby three-metre window
IF YOU GO GETTING THERE: Jetstar and Virgin Australia offer flights from Brisbane direct to Proserpine and Hamilton Island. From here you can transfer via Cruise Whitsundays to Daydream Island. Timetables and pricing are available online. Visit cruisewhitsundays.com. STAYING THERE: Daydream offers a range of accommodation options from the standard room to the serenity suite, which boasts views over the stunning Lover’s Cove. We opted for the superior room with pool and ocean views. All rooms have been renovated, are light-filled and some have a small balcony. You can currently book a four-night package for a family of four for $1299 excluding airfares. Conditions apply. PLAYING THERE: If you are after an action-packed holiday, this is not the place for you. That said, there is still plenty to keep both children and adults entertained, from kayaking, snorkelling and fish feeding, to jet ski tours and swimming with baby stingrays. For more visit daydreamisland.com.
Whitehaven Island is the destination that dreams are made of. The purest white sand (so pure that 98 per cent of it consists of quartz) crystal blue water, native bushland and cloudless skies. Cruise Whitsundays offers various day trips that include a visit to this Queensland paradise. For the adventurous, the Ultimate Whitehaven Beach Hike, Hill Inlet & Lookout tour, from $299 per person, is a full day of exploring the natural beauty of the island. For young families, we recommend the Whitehaven Beach and Hamilton Island tour, priced from $185 per person.
2. AIRLIE BEACH No visit to the Whitsundays is complete without a night or two at the beachside village of Airlie. The sleepy township is nestled on the blue coastline and is the gateway to the tropical islands. If you are there on a Saturday, be sure to start your day at the bustling markets. Situated along the esplanade, there is a wide range of fresh produce, art and craft and even camel rides. Continue your day by lunching at one of the many cafes adjacent to the market grounds. We love Italian restaurant La Tabella for its fresh, delicious fare, solid wine list and views. Families may prefer to dine at the recently renovated The Pub at Airlie Beach Hotel. The large and modern alfresco area is the perfect place to sit back and take in the beautiful weather. The meals are tasty and hearty in size.
3. HIT THE ROAD If you choose to spend some time in Airlie Beach, a visit to Northerlies Beach Bar and Grill is a must. Perched beachfront on the outskirts of the town, it is also home to the new Nakamal Pavilion and Moon Bar – both which offer views for days and the perfect place to unwind. Northerlies offers a shuttle service. Visit northerlies.com.au for more information.
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LIBRA (SEP 24-OCT 23)
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Relations with a child, teenager or friend will be strained; the more you try to organise them, the worse things will be. Avoid getting drawn into pointless power plays. The best way you can help loved ones is to support them in practical ways.
Expect some dramas as Saturn and Pluto stir up old grievances with a family member or a colleague. By all means, use your natural diplomatic talents to help smooth troubled waters but, if you let others make decisions, you’ll just feel powerless.
This week’s stars boost your personal magnetism – and your manipulative side. Pluto gives you an energy surge that increases your desire to be in charge but, if you want to avoid unnecessary power struggles, stop trying to control others.
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With Mercury now retrograde, take special care when travelling and double-check your itinerary. There could also be some stress involving money or intimacy. Be patient with your partner; be careful with cash and credit; and think things through.
Your perfectionist side is likely to go into overdrive as this week’s stars amp up your obsession with perfection. But other people may find your standards too demanding and, if you push too hard, you’ll just end up pushing them away.
Avoid being disruptive and getting drawn into disputes with family, friends or colleagues. This week will work best if you keep your nose out of other people’s business and concentrate on pursuing personal projects.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the sun/Neptune trine is terrific for creative projects and spiritual pursuits. But Mercury retrograde and Uranus will also disrupt your daily routine and a romance or friendship could experience difficulties.
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6. What is the approximate length of the Paciﬁc Highway in Australia? 7. Which band released the albums The Soft Bulletin and Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots? 8. What is the name of the basketball team that represents Chicago in the NBA? 9. During which century was Catherine the Great Empress of Russia? 10. What is the name of the pigment that makes leaves green?
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LEO (JUL 24-AUG 23) With Mars and retrograde Mercury both visiting your sign, you’re in the mood to mix and mingle, but will others be happy to hear what you’ve got to say? This week’s tempestuous stars also highlight your inclination to jealous or overbearing behaviour.
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With Mercury reversing through your self-esteem zone, are you still punishing yourself for a mistake you made or holding a grudge against someone? It’s time to forgive others – and yourself – for transgressions from the past.
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Keep in mind that Mercury (your patron planet) is in retrograde motion until July 31, so make sure you back-up all your computer files. Plus, allow plenty of time to get to appointments and double-check everything as you revise.
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Mercury is now reversing through your home zone, so be careful how you communicate with family members. When it comes to other matters, Uranus (in your sign) urges you to jump out of your comfort zone and shake off bad habits.
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PROPERTY months, Mr Cattle says this is an indication the Coast market is stable. “It is the most consistent market I can remember in the last 20 years in real estate. We haven’t had the massive price hikes and reductions seen in the southern states, and this is possibly the first time the Coast has stood on its own in terms of how it has reacted to market conditions,” he says. Mr Cattle says sellers get into the ‘danger zone’ at around five weeks if they still haven’t sold their property and will have to prepare themselves for lower offers to come in. “The way to avoid this is to invest in the
“How long has this property been on the market?” Ross Cattle says print ads rather than online ads drive the most inquiries from homebuyers. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane
he above question is one of the first out of the mouth of any potential buyer and Define Property principal Ross Cattle says he hears it from the very first day he lists a property. Why? Because buyers are weighing up whether they can come in with an offer lower than the listed asking price and the longer a property spends on the market, the more likely they are to think the seller is open to negotiation. In the industry, this is known as price creep and shows a direct correlation between how long a property is on the market for and its final sale price. The REIQ Queensland Market Monitor March Quarter 2019 report shows Sunshine Coast properties are spending less time on the market than the state median and are also attracting a lower vendor discount as a result. In this report, the REIQ has changed the method of calculating the days on market and vendor discount from average calculation to a median calculation. CoreLogic RP Data Market Trends quoted in the QMM report show Sunshine Coast houses are spending a median 39
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days on the market, compared to 47 days for Queensland and Coast vendors are discounting a median of 3.9 per cent compared to 4.8 per cent statewide. This discount was the smallest in the state. Coast units are spending a median of 50 days on the market, 10 days less that the state median, with a 3.1 per cent vendor discount. The report states that even though it appears the Coast’s market is moderating, days on market continue to trend down over the past year, with the region reducing its days on market for homes by three days in the past 12 months. Mr Cattle says the QMM report’s figures are consistent with what he has seen in the first quarter of the year, but March was “one of the biggest months [for sales] I’ve done in the last 14 months.” “When you look at April and May, things were taking a little bit longer and the election always creates uncertainty among buyers, but in the 10 to 12 days after the election, we secured $10 million worth of sales and June was consistent with what we’d expect at this time of year.” With the median vendor discount increasing by just 0.2 per cent in the past 12
“The more people that look at a property, the more potential buyers you attract, the faster it will sell and at a higher price.” Having invested in a number of marketing avenues from brochures to online videos and re-targeted marketing, Mr Cattle says they continue to see greater inquiries for properties generated from print advertisements than through portals like realestate.com.au and Domain. “When you’ve got people interstate looking to buy on the Sunshine Coast, they search for Maroochydore or Mooloolaba online, they don’t realise there are all these ‘hidden’ gems like Wurtulla, Bokarina and Parrearra and this is where print boosts the success of holistic marketing campaigns,” he says. “Sellers should also never underestimate the presentation of their property to get them a quicker sale. Sometimes it’s just a matter of a little elbow-grease.”
HOW WE STACK UP “The more people that look at a property, the more potential buyers you attract” Ross Cattle, agent
marketing process to ideally sell your home in the strongest timeframe, which is typically two to three weeks,” he says. “To do that, you have to reach every single buyer that could possibly want to buy your home. People seem to be so concerned about saving on marketing, but lots of people, some agents as well, don’t realise how detrimental this it to the sale price you can achieve.
The Sunshine Coast market is looking much stronger than the state averages. With Coast houses spending 39 days on the market with a median 3.9 per cent vendor discount. By contrast, the state median days on market is 47 with a median vendor discount of 4.8 per cent. When it comes to units, the Coast median is 50 days on market with a 3.1 per cent discount and the Queensland median is 60 days on market and 4.8 per cent vendor discount.
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RE/MAX PROPERTY SALES NAMBOUR NEW OFFICE LAUNCH A mix of local business people and clients past and present joined Steve and Nicola Perry and their team to celebrate the launch of the new offices at 50 Lowe Street, Nambour last Thursday evening. Live music, food, beer and champagne flowed as well-wishers celebrated the occasion.
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Allora Gardens, Maroochydore
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To book your private viewing call 1800 550 550 or visit retiresunshinecoast.com.au * Exit Fee refers to the Deferred Management Fee (DMF). Other fees may still apply â€“ see residence contract for full details. If you exercise the 6 month change of mind guarantee, you will only pay fair market rent and service fees. Full terms and conditions of these offers are available from our dedicated sales team. Pricing and availability correct at time of printing but subject to change without notice. April 2019. Published by Lendlease RL Realty (QLD) Pty Ltd. ABN 25 138 535 814.
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27 Fraser Ave, Light and airy... Such a cleverly designed home.
Brand new home with great layout at 1 Orchid Lane.
A very contemporary and open plan design makes great use of the home’s corner position ﬂooding both levels with natural light with room for two low maintenance, outdoor leisure areas. • The large master suite is a masterpiece! A true parent’s retreat, plenty of space ﬂooded with natural light enjoying ‘his and her’ walk in robes and a dual vanity ensuite. Plus a double shower! • Also upstairs a roomy second lounge area with adjacent study nook separates the master from three more spacious bedrooms, each with robes, fans and loads of ventilation and natural light. • Both outdoor areas are easily accessible, one to enjoy family time after dinner amidst the privacy of the well established Lilly Pillys. The second offering dining on the deck with a retractable awning! • Ducted and zoned air conditioning throughout the property means you can have any room in the house set to the perfect temperature! And a 3kw / 5kw inverter solar system to keep the cost down.
Recently ﬁnished and built by Paciﬁc Blue Developments in our Bedarra Precinct, this home has been designed with comfort, space and functionality in mind. • Downstairs the kitchen oversees its open plan dining and living areas that open onto an outdoor entertaining area, accentuating a seamless indoor, outdoor lifestyle. • The kitchen has been ﬁnished with quality joinery and stone bench top, soft close drawers and cupboards, quality bosch appliances including dishwasher, electric cooktop and under bench oven. Finished off with a walk-in pantry. • Upstairs in the master bedroom there’s plenty of space. It is light and airy, providing a great retreat and topped off with a generous walk in robe and beautiful ensuite bathroom. • Windows and doors maximise natural breezes, plus split system air conditioning to both levels.
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Rare vacant land opportunity at 75 St Quentin Ave.
46 Sunrise Drive. Stunning, north facing water views!
Surrounded by the largest park in the Claremont Precinct, St Quentin Avenue is situated within one of the newest and most highly sought after precincts in Sunshine Cove. Overlooking the park! • This block is registered, ready and waiting for you to build your dream lifestyle on NOW! • A prime site with a north/west aspect, just listed for resale due to family circumstances. • With 292m2 of land to work with, you have the size, aspect and opportunity to plan and design the park view home you’ve always wanted and all within walking distance of Maroochydore’s exciting, new SunCentral CBD and the rejuvenated Sunshine Plaza. • Live here and you and your family will be within a short walk of our beautiful parkland cycle and walkways. The lakefront boardwalks and nature reserves. Take the kids for a game of footy in Claremont’s central park! It’s right at your doorstep! What are you waiting for?
Having 392m2 of waterfront land to work with, you have a fabulous opportunity to plan and design the home of your dreams with the builder of your choice. • One look at the beautiful homes already built along Brighton’s foreshore will tell you that this is a very special precinct indeed and this is your last opportunity to be part of it! • With 180 degree, north facing views across the lake to a tree lined foreshore, this perfectly located parcel of land is what makes Sunshine Cove’s waterfront lifestyles so special. • Just imagine your life living here. Adjacent to lush parkland, close to our wonderful beaches, a stones throw from the Sunshine Plaza and all within walking distance of Maroochydore’s evolving SunCentral CBD. • Best make sure you’re the lucky one to secure your Sunshine Cove lifestyle today.
292m2 Parkfront Homesite
392m2 Lakefront Homesite
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We put you first ALEXANDRA HEADLAND ‘GRAND PALAIS’ 70/188 ALEXANDRA PARADE
OFFERS OVER $459,000
MAROOCHYDORE ‘COCOS COURT’ 1/14 ELIZABETH FARM COURT
No Steps - No B/Corp - No Worries! Looking for a centrally located first home, retirement nest or investment property! This budget friendly property is fresh to the market after 15 years with the current owner! • Three bedroom low set brick and tile duplex • Fully tiled living areas + Covered outdoor area w garden shed • Less than 300m to park with BBQ and playground • Very handy to both State Primary and High Schools • No Body Corporate fees - Just shared insurance of $620/yr • Pet Friendly for owner occupier. INSPECT Saturday 6th July 10 - 10.30am FIRST NATIONAL COASTAL 07 5444 0800 PAUL & LISA ANGELL 0438 468 378 WEB www.firstnationalcoastal.com.au
Excellent Presented Apartment with Rooftop Top level apartment with great ocean views situated across the road from patrolled surfing beach and parks. Short walk to cafes and restaurants and transport. • 2 spacious bedrooms, master with ensuite and spa bath • End unit being light, bright and airy • Good size living area with open plan kitchen • Spacious balcony off living area • Full bathroom and combined laundry • Large rooftop with internal staircase for access • Ducted Airconditioning & ceiling fans • Complex has Pool, BBQ area and Onsite Management INSPECT Saturday 6th July 1-1.30pm FIRST NATIONAL COASTAL 07 5443 3377 SHANE PURSSELL 0402 012 142 WEB www.firstnationalcoastal.com.au
LITTLE MOUNTAIN 69 WILDERNESS CIRCUIT
Easy On The Eye! If you are looking for an easy care, near new modern home to call your own this property is ready for you to say - Yes Please! The open plan kitchen with stone tops offers plenty of storage. The kitchen overlooks the large air-conditioned, fully tiled living and dining area which flows out to the outdoor patio area. • Open plan living with covered outdoor patio. • Main bedroom inc walk-in wardrobe and ensuite A great location being close to local shopping centres and schools. Also handy to Kawana Health Precinct. INSPECT Saturday 6th July 11.30 - 12pm FIRST NATIONAL COASTAL 07 5444 0800 PAUL & LISA ANGELL 0438 468 378 WEB www.firstnationalcoastal.com.au
92/18 DOOLAN STREET
$180,000 Freshly renovated 2 Bedroom Unit Freshly painted inside this 2 bedroom low set brick Unit is certain to please. All on one level with single garage the 2 bedroom Unit has had a complete makeover and at the very low price of $180,000 it really is the most affordable home on the Sunshine Coast. Positioned at the entrance in Laurel Springs the over 55’s village is set on over 7 acres right in the heart of Nambour. Minutes to the Nambour Hospital, Rail, Schools and Shops the freehold unit has no entry fees only a low $125 per week to cover Body Corp, Building Insurance, Rates and water. Fans and split system heating/cooling make for comfortable living, new appliances in the Kitchen plus new carpet and vinyl. INSPECT Call to inspect anytime FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS NAMBOUR 07 5441 1344 VANESSA BRUNTON 0467 448 850 WEB www.carolans.com.au
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Maroochydore - 5443 3377 Mooloolaba - 5444 0800 Nambour - 5441 1344 Sippy Downs - 5450 1515 myweeklypreview.com.au
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We put you first WAVES – MAROOCHY RIVER – MAROOCHYDORE
APARTMENT 801, 36-38 DUPORTH AVENUE
Cloud Nine Living Enjoy a wine at days end and watch the Maroochy River Broadwater majestically transcend from day to glistening night from your 8th floor exclusive apartment. Once you experience sky home living you won’t want to leave. This generous apartment boasts: • Air-conditioned open plan living, dining and fully appointed modern designer kitchen - all with expansive Broadwater views. • BBQ viewing balcony with 180-degree panorama of Maroochy River Broadwater. • Air-conditioned master bedroom, includes a private balcony with expansive views, walk-in robe and ensuite spa bath also with expansive broadwater views. • Exclusive basement double carpark with private storage compartment. INSPECT Call to inspect anytime FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS NAMBOUR 5441 1344 WARREN NONMUS 0431 210 348 WEB www.carolans.com.au
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70 ALBANY STREET
Grand design... Opulent family home in a prized position with lake and parkland behind and all centrally located to all the conveniences of living in Sippy Downs. The entry is grand with floor to ceiling glass showcasing the sparkling inground pool and leading to a open plan Lounge, Dining and Chefs Kitchen plus a separate media room. The spacious main bedroom overlooking the pool has a huge walk in robe plus Ensuite complete with Spa. Two more bedrooms are located on the other side of the home with Bathroom, Laundry and Study which could be used as 4th Bedroom if needed. The triple garage will accommodate all your prized possessions and still plenty of parking in the driveway. INSPECT Call to inspect anytime FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS NAMBOUR 5441 1344 VANESSA BRUNTON 0467 448 850 WEB www.carolans.com.au
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We put you first AUCTION ON-SITE SATURDAY 20TH JULY
709/38 MAHOGANY DRIVE
Views, Golf, Resort-Style Living! This ultra-stylish apartment in The Sebel at Pelican Waters, offers sophisticated low-maintenance living with access to an extensive suite of premium onsite resort facilities, and showcases glorious views across the Greg Norman designed championship golf course, lake, and beyond to the iconic Glass House Mountains. With three double sized bedrooms – two with private balconies, two luxury bathrooms plus powder room, open plan living with custom-built cabinetry, elegant renovated kitchen, large covered balcony with a stunning vista, full sized laundry, and secure parking for two vehicles (side by side) plus storage; this is a downsizer’s dream! AUCTION On-site Saturday 20th July 1.30pm INSPECT Saturday 6th July 1-1:30pm FIRST NATIONAL CALOUNDRA 07 5438 2166 MICHAEL KETTLE 0419 728 807 WEB www.fncaloundra.com.au
Beerwah - 5494 6444 Caloundra - 5438 2166
Kuluin - 5446 6186
Maroochydore - 5443 3377 Mooloolaba - 5444 0800 Nambour - 5441 1344 Sippy Downs - 5450 1515
Unit 1/37 Landsborough Parade, Golden Beach Act quickly to acquire this stunning, 343m2 full floor waterfront apartment blessed with magical ocean and water views across the Pumicestone Passage, Bribie Island, the shipping lane and the Caloundra skyline. To be sold at auction. • 3 generous bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and ensuite • Open plan main living, wrap around North and East facing courtyard • Ground floor position with direct waterfront access • First class fixtures & fittings, intercom security, lift & swimming pool
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Residence 1 /25 Maltman Street South, Kings Beach - Final residence remains, be quick to secure the last opportunity - Brand new, luxury townhouse totaling over 330sqm of living - Stunning contemporary finishes, lift access to all levels - Numerous living zones capture sea breezes and elevated views - Designer kitchen with butlerâ€™s pantry, double oven and wine fridge - Stunning sunsets over the Glass House Mountains to Pumicestone Passage - Lavish master suite with walk-in robe and ensuite with bathtub - Triple car garage with storeroom, ducted air cond. throughout
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Jake Mackay 0430 283 293
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7 Inverleigh Court, Beerwah
Relaxing evenings spent on your large deck, watching the setting sun reflect off the Glasshouse Mountains – the best way to sum up this stunning home. Nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac, the 4,402m2 block offers your family plenty of space to roam. • Enjoy Glass House Mountains views from the sprawling deck, all living areas & Master Bedroom • Open plan living is ideal for entertaining, with vaulted ceilings and polished hardwood floors • A dedicated study or 5th bedroom ideal if you need to work from home, or kids with homework • The kitchen oversees the living space & is the budding chef’s dream with a 900mm cooktop • A beautiful fireplace will be a focal point on the cooler winter evenings + ducted air con for summer • Recent bank valuation at $725,000- MUST BE SOLD!
Inspect: Saturday 2-2.20pm View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ 20237075 Jason Stock 0411 123 888 RE/MAX Property Sales
12 Altitude Drive, Burnside
Mesmerising views, an abundance of natural light, style and sophistication - these are the phrases that come to mind. With gorgeous views to Blackall Range, this exquisite home has been designed for you to enjoy the high life. • From the moment you enter, you’ll be captivated by high ceilings, open plan living & quality finishes • The four bedrooms are a fantastic size + seprate study, media room & huge deck to enjoy the views • The kitchen is divine, with gas cooktop, built-in microwave, soft close drawers & stone benches • This home is the perfect entertainer, with the large sliding glass doors leading onto the large deck • Outside, the sparkling inground pool makes the perfect summer weekend spot • With multiple schools within a 5-min drive, TAFE, the hospital and Nambour CBD all in close range
Inspect: Saturday 12-12.20pm View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ 20249314 Jason Stock 0411 123 888 RE/MAX Property Sales
ADDRESS 50 Lowe Street, Nambour QLD 4560
Each office independently owned and operated
OFFICE 5470 7000
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36 Bahdilli Crescent, DIDDILLIBAH
Closest Acreage To The Beach. This highly sought after location will guarantee your future privacy. Quiet and peaceful yet so close to schools, shops and beaches. The home is immaculate, live in “as is” or renovate, it’s up to you. • Raked ceilings through the living areas • Covered outdoor entertaining area • Family bathroom with separate toilet • Sunken lounge with bar area • Kitchen feature gas and electric cooking • Huge Rumpus could be converted to a granny flat
Price: Offers Over $660,000 Inspect: Saturday 10-10.45am View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au \20190343 Steve Perry 0418 711 955 RE/MAX Property Sales
ADDRESS 50 Lowe Street Nambour QLD 4560
Each office independently owned and operated
OFFICE 5470 7000
www.platinumproperties.com.au Shop 4 Dwyer House, 256 Nicklin Way, Warana T: 5437 8806
Location Perfect – Beach, Lake and Hospital 6 Outrigger Street, WURTULLA 4
Perfectly located between the pristine beaches of Wurtulla and Lake Kawana and only
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a 10 minute walk to the University Hospital makes the decision of buying this as new 4
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four bedroom home with 3 living areas will make a fabulous family home or a very sound
• Split system air conditioning plus fans and gas hot water • 2 separate living areas and dining downstairs • Good size 2 car lock up garage
investment with rental returns and demand on the increase. New carpets, new lighting,
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freshly painted, quality tiles and landscaping has this home presenting exceptionally well.
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Situated in the heart of Wurtulla merely minutes from the beach and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital Precinct, this immaculate 5 year old home will be the perfect base for your growing family. • Clever design and an emphasis on centralised living is a feature • Stunning galley style kitchen boasting Caesar stone benches • High ceilings and air conditioning in the large family and dining area • Situated on a flat and fully fenced 708sqm block • Second driveway allows for extra off street parking • Easy side access is ideal for boats, trailers or tradies equipment
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CRISP, CLEAN AND PERFECT FOR YOUR FAMILY WURTULLA, 29 Piringa Street
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Offers over $595,000 BEVAN HORSNELL
0412 512 257 BRENDEN SOUTHEY
0417 633 035
Under Lawyers Instruction To Be SOLD By Way Of Public Auction!
North-east Facing Aspect With Pool Backing Onto Rainforest
Expansive Outdoor Entertainment Areas
On-site Saturday 13 th July At 10.00am • Three Separate Large Living Areas Including Wet Bar Billiard Room/ VIEW Potential Dual Living Extenuating circumstances have now dictated a sale must take place Saturday 6 th offering this outstanding family residence to market with strong 9.00 - 9.30am motivation!
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CONTEMPORARY MASTERPIECE IN NORTH BUDDINA 11 Yaringa Avenue, Buddina Modern and minimalis c, stunning design and ﬁnishes – you must see this! Oversize windows with super high ceilings create an abundance of light ﬁlled ambience. Chefs kitchen with every conceivable extra plus hidden Butler’s pantry. Main bedroom on the mezzanine level with amazing ensuite and massive walk in robe, connec ng to an open oﬃce zone. Media room with 3 addi onal bedrooms (one with ensuite) for ideal family living. Polished concrete ﬂoors, fabulous mber tread staircase and black polished concrete wall. Massive outdoor living areas with heated pool and spa and sunken ﬁre pit. Only 250m from the beach in a private quiet street. myweeklypreview.com.au
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A LUXURIOUS LIFESTYLE IS ON OFFER – NORTH FACING MOOLOOLABA WATERFRONT 15 Yallanga Place, Mooloolaba This stunning master built home stakes claim to a perfect northerly aspect with breathtaking views across the water up to the Mooloolaba skyline from a quiet cul-de-sac position. Luxuriously appointed and a testament to timeless design, this home exudes class and sophistication on a broad scale. The thoughtfully designed and functional plan focuses on family living and allows for 4 generously proportioned oversized bedrooms - 3 of which are ensuited, multiple living zones, a working size home office and a gorgeous pool complemented by a working bar. A pontoon and jetty service the property providing direct ocean access. Rarely do homes of this calibre become available and it is easy to see why in this sought after pocket of Mooloolaba. Being only a few minutes walk to countless cafes, shops, restaurants and beautiful Mooloolaba Beach, this property is sure to impress even the most discerning of buyers. The Sellers are reluctantly downsizing giving you the opportunity to make this wonderful property yours.
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Price: Buyers from the mid $2 Million should inspect Inspect: Saturday 6th July 11-11.30am Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188
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YOUR ULTIMATE 6 STAR PENTHOUSE - HOUSE IN THE HEART OF THE ‘G0LDEN TRIANGLE’ - A 11 Tantula Road East, Alexandra Headland Boasting magniﬁcent North East ocean views on a large 1,214m2 block, this home offers a lifestyle of pure indulgence in the ‘Golden Triangle’. A truly magniﬁcent residence that is unparalleled in every way. A stunning fusion of high-end commercial-grade engineering and building quality, coupled with the contemporary design of a 6-star international resort all just a short stroll to nearby shops, the patrolled beach & restaurant precinct. You need to experience this one in person. Call Craig Porter now to arrange a personal tour on 0411 554 880.
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ONE OF BUDERIM’S MOST UNIQUE HOLDINGS - NORTH EAST OCEAN VIEWS - ALL USABLE 2,766M2 19 Price Lane, Buderim One of the Sunshine Coast’s most unique properties, this prestigious pavilion style home is enveloped in the most secluded and private gardens, with a North Easterly aspect, overlooking a 100-year-old ﬁg tree and only accessible by your own private driveway. Timber boardwalks and rolling grassed lawns, accentuate the absolute privacy allowing you to escape into your own 2,766m2 oasis. You will have not experienced a home like this!
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Price: Buyers from the Low-Mid $2 Millions Inspect: Saturday 6th July 1.15-2pm Craig Porter 0411 554 880
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EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY - EXECUTIVE DEEP WATERFRONT HOME - EXTREME VALUE 22 Oak Court, Minyama This stunning, timeless, architecturally designed beauty showcases the best of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Coupled with a wide, broad and deep water view makes 22 Oak Court a very sought after piece of real estate. As you walk beyond the water features and impressive entrance, it is hard not to notice the quality ﬁttings, surprising extras and high-tech features at every turn. The master-chef kitchen, living and dining overlook the spectacular waterside complete with a large pontoon and turning space for easy maneuverability.
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Price: $2,395,000 Inspect: Saturday 6th July 10-10.45am Craig Porter 0411 554 880
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AUCTION MOOLOOLABA’S PREMIER RIVERFRONT HOME – WILL BE SOLD ON OR BEFORE AUCTION! 4
31 Carwoola Crescent, Mooloolaba You don’t need to travel all the way to Noosa to experience the best of what the Sunshine Coast has to offer. Designed by Frank Macchia, this architectural statement is within easy walking distance to everything that Mooloolaba has to offer. Boasting four bedrooms, an office, studio, two kitchens, and an amazing steam-room, this home was built on over 150 piles ensuring it will stand the test of time. Whilst being striking from any angle, this house is still an amazing family home. Arrange your private inspection today.
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Auction: Saturday 14th July at 11am Inspect: Saturday 6th July 1-1.30pm by prior registration only Wednesday 10th July 5-5.30pm by prior registration only Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188
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AUCTION BOKARINA’S BEST BEACHSIDE BUY! 4
4 Camelia Street, Bokarina A rare beachside oasis – this beautiful and private contemporary family abode set on a sizeable 654m2 block will impress. Perfectly positioned, just a short stroll to the pristine waters of Bokarina beach, this modern abode offers relaxed coastal living. Designed for entertaining, the home blends functionality with sleek lines and quality ﬁnishes to create a warm and relaxed ambience. On the market to be SOLD, this incredible opportunity won’t last long!
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Minutes to Bokarina Beach 654m2 level block + room for the boat/trailer Expansive covered entertaining zone Two 3x3m garden sheds Walk to shops, schools & transport
Auction: Saturday 27th July at 12pm Inspect: Saturday 6th July 11-11.30am Karen Jones 0405 122 526
HUGE BLOCK - HUGE POTENTIAL - MOOLOOLABA 4
31 Candlewood Close, Mooloolaba
Price: Offers over $1.29M will be considered Set on an enviable 1,727m2 allotment (nearly ½ an acre) and positioned just 1.6km to Mooloolaba Beach this property will delight any family in need of a little extra room to grow and play. Investors and extended families will also ﬁnd this property of interest with the potential to subdivide or build a second dwelling (subject to council approval). You don’t want to miss this one. Call today!
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1,275m2 private retreat Potential for subdivision Tennis court Resort style pool & gazebo Room for caravan, boat & trailer
Inspect: Saturday 6th July 3-3.30pm & Sunday 7th July 11-11.30am Carmel La Macchia 0400 300 545 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222
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Shop 2, 18 Blackall Street, WOOMBYE
BURNSIDE: 3 BRIGHT CRT. Brick home offering 4brms, 2bath, fantastic floor plan, spacious kitchen, 2 living areas, covered deck + more. True Value!
SAT. 10 – 10.40 BUYER INT FROM $450,000
WOOMBYE: 17 BLACKALL RNGE RD. Stylishly refurbished, two sheds, great backyard SAT. 11 – 11.40 OFFERS FROM + more. Polished timber floors, light filled bedrooms, back verandah, ready to move in to. $439,000 Great for 1st home buyer, downsizing or retiree NAMBOUR: 44-48 FAIRMEADOW RD. Brand New, modern and stylish townhouses to choose from. 3 brms, 2 bath, 1 car, outdoor entertaining, SELLING FAST!
YANDINA: 25 EMERALD VISTA PDE. Brand New! Elevated position inviting sweeping valley views & breezes. 4 brms, 2 bath, 2 car + quality fixtures & fittings throughout. O/door entertaining, designed for family living. Builders Warranty
SAT. 11 – 11.40 SELLING FROM $377,900 SAT. 12 – 12.40 1ST HOME OWNERS $539,000 SAT. 12 – 12.40 BUYER INT FROM $550,000
NAMBOUR: 50 ELIZABETH ST. Delightful family home, 4 brms, 2 bath, 4 car – Open plan living, outdoor entertaining, pool, immaculate 2400m2 block + more
PALMWOODS: 195 OLD PALMWOODS RD. Private Utopia! 3 brms, 2 bath, 2 car, wet edge pool, fantastic entertaining, ultra stylish refurbishment. Impressive! WOOMBYE: 15 COLONIAL WAY. Immaculate family home, 4 brms, 2 bath, 4 car, inground pool, bushland backdrop, quiet location, potential dual living
WOOMBYE: 26 KIEL MNT RD. Excellent potential for dual living. Two storey brick home, refurbished, new kitchen & bathroom, great views, huge deck.
WOOMBYE: 24 RIDGEVIEW PL. Elevated 1220sqm block, heated pool, entertaining areas galore, 3 brms, 2 bath 2 car, option for 4th room, ducted air, solar 9’ ceilings, veggie gardens. Value Plus!
NAMBOUR: LOT 203 ELIZABETH ST. Land for sale! 601m2 block in central location… Build your dream home! Enquire today
FOR LEASE: WOOMBYE: 8 KERLIN LANE. HUGE 5 brms home, 3 bath, 2 car carport.. Fire place, 1.25 acres, air con, dishwasher, pet friendly!
SAT. 12 – 12.40 MID TO HIGH $600,000S SAT. 1 – 1.40 BUYER INT FROM $500,000’S SAT. 1 – 1.40 OFFERS FROM $535,000 SAT. 1 – 1.40 BUYER INT FROM $760,000 $235,000 $560 PER WEEK
Gary De Paoli 0408 731 412 | Kirk Patrick 0439 395 599 | John Pyne 0418 710 209 | Virginia Brown 0400 763 837 | David Gaskin 0405 258 765
Feel at home with...
Leanne King 0439 910 235
Darren Rix 0416 188 259
Margie Deighton 0411 399 514
Neil Bourke 0417 721 602
Barbara Banks 0419 760 492
FUNKY RESTORED QLDR, 6+% RENTAL RETURNS IF WANTED
DUAL OCCUPANCY - 1.79 ACRES - AMAZING VIEWS 10 Dajaman court, Bli Bli
Amber Fox 0405 357 735
Offers over $950,000
Set on 7280m in a quiet court this property features a immaculate 5 Bed 4 Bath 2 Car 7280M2 high set home, a separate second residence, 14 mtr pool. • Main house: Open plan living, high ceilings timber ﬂoors,nothern deck. Inspect: Sat 6th July • Master Bedroom with ensuite, plus two bedrooms upper level. 11-11.30am • 4th bedroom and 3rd bathroom downstairs. plus laundry Margie Deighton • Stunning cottage as new condition overlooking pool and deck 0411 399 514
12 Hocking Street, NAMBOUR
Offers over $350,000
Beautifully elevated and surrounded by green trees and blue skies, this lovingly restored vibrant home will brighten your day! • 2 living areas inc lounge and combined sunroom & meals area • Retro kitchen with dishwasher, tonnes of natural light • Water Tank and SLUG plus underhouse workshop or games room • Huge front verandah in the tree tops. Timber ﬂoors throughout
2 Bed 1 Bath 1 Car
Inspect: Contact Agent Amber Fox 0405 357 735
Feel at home with…
Barbara Banks 0419 760 492 Barbara is a true local having lived in the area her entire life. She has been involved in real estate as a salesperson and principal for over 30 years. She retired for 4 years and spent most of that time living aboard her boat - 4 years retirement was enough for Barbara and she is very happy and successful doing what she loves - that is working in the Real Estate Industry. She believes Experience doesn’t cost - it pays.
RESORT STYLE LIVING WITH A TOUCH OF CLASS 153 GLENVIEW ROAD, GLENVIEW This massive 300m2 home is set on 1 and a half acres of neat useable land in natual and very private and peaceful surroundings • All 4 bedrooms have their own ensuites and quality timber ﬂoors • Fully functional separate ofﬁce with built in desks and shelving • Massive high garage ﬁts 4 vehicles and another large shed as well • very large dining and lounge plus separate media and family room
Reduced to $969,000 4 Bed 5 Bath 6 Car 5994M2 Inspect: Sat 6th July 1-1.45pm Leanne King 0439 910 235
PRICED REDUCED - PEACEFUL PRIVATE OCEAN VIEWS. 30 St Martins Terrace, BUDERIM Positioned to enjoy the views in a quiet culdesac on the eastern slopes with the convenience of shops and transport close by. • Airconditioned open plan living area with raked ceilings • Modern kitchen, stone benchtops ,abundance of cupboards. • wrap around covered decks great for entertaining with views • Ideal for home business BNB self contained accomodation
Phone (07) 5476 3579
Putting the real back in real estate!
$849,000 5 Bed 4 Bath 2 Car 7280M2 Inspect: Sat 6th July 1-1.30Pm Margie Deighton 0411 399 514
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Earn a MASSIVE 7% - 15% Returns on a Variety of Property Options A life changing opportunity for Disabled People and Investors Australia Wide! Own real estate providing care to disbled people, returning 7% to 15% Nett ROI, without the complication of running the business. ess.
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Fully Participant Ready 2 rooms rented with Overnight Care - $1346 Per Week 3 rooms rented with Overnight Care - $1692 Per Week 4 rooms rented with Overnight Care - $1942 Per Week Government Pays the Rent 7% - 15% Expected NET Return, Based on Platinum, Fully Accessible NDIS Level Refer ndis.gov
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REACHING NEW GOALS Palmview’s Harmony community welcomes another happy customer as Sunshine Coast Lightning star Laura Scherian sets up home.
unshine Coast Lightning star, Laura Scherian has found her dream home in Palmview’s largest masterplanned community, Harmony by AVID Property Group. The dynamic player and first homebuyer moved into her new three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with her partner in April 2019 and has since enjoyed the relaxed lifestyle Harmony has to offer. “To be honest I feel so relaxed since moving to Harmony. I’m loving living here – the community has such a fantastic feel which is why we bought the block of land in the first place,” Ms Scherian says. “Just the other day a neighbour came over to ask for a couple of eggs, which just sums up the neighbourly vibe going on here. “The community at Harmony is so warm, friendly and welcoming. It has been nice moving into a new suburb with such an amazing community feel. “It’s that community feel that has made moving to Harmony worthwhile. “There is a diverse mix of age groups at Harmony, so whatever your stage in life, you will always fit in.” Harmony’s convenient location – close to the University of the Sunshine Coast,
“The community at Harmony is so warm, friendly and welcoming”
where Ms Scherian trains and plays for the Sunshine Coast Lightning –was one of the deciding factors for the athlete and her partner. “I work at the university just down the road, so it only takes me six minutes to drive to work. I’m also close to the beach and not far to Brisbane too,” Ms Scherian says.
“The location of our home is close to parks and the proposed shopping precinct, so we thought it was a central place to build.” AVID Queensland general manager Bruce Harper says the community is growing into a vibrant area that attracts an array of buyers.
“Buyers, both local and interstate, are seeing that the Sunshine Coast is such a great place to live, with employment opportunities created by the new university and Kawana hospitals, the future Maroochydore CBD and the five new schools set to open over the next 10 years,” Mr Harper says. “Harmony was strategically located in Palmview to meet this increased demand for stylish, affordable housing in the Sunshine Coast growth region. “There’s a lot to love, but the fact that our community has been designed to cater for people and families of all ages is hugely attractive to buyers.” “We want our new residents to feel part of the community and it is incredible to see residents already making lifelong friends with their new neighbours. Catering to a variety of lifestyles and budgets, blocks in Harmony’s latest release, Unity 9A, range in size from 250m2 to 450m2 and start from just $228,500 for a 250m2 lot.
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For more information on Harmony, visit harmonyliving.com.au or phone 1800 550 240.
Coolum 5446 2500 | Marcoola 5448 7444 www.northshorerealty.com.au
3504/923 David Low Way, Marcoola
A sought after postcode, at a sought after price From
OCEAN VIEW APARTMENT NEEDS A NEW OWNER • 5th floor apartment located right on the beachfront in Marcoola
View Saturday 6 July 2-2.30pm
• Capture the sea breezes in summer and morning sun in winter
View Saturday & Wednesday 11 - 11.30am
• Enjoy ocean views from lounge, main bedroom & spacious balcony
• Air conditioned, fully furnished and ready to take possession of now
Walter Johnson 0488 989 363 firstname.lastname@example.org
North Shore Realty
Ben Thomson 0447 057 651
Corey Payne 0407 044 338 email@example.com
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• Book your inspection or come to our open homes, this 2 bedroom apartment really is a must see!
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Coolum 5446 2500 | Marcoola 5448 7444 www.northshorerealty.com.au
AUCTION NEXT SATURDAY
6/47 Petrie Avenue, Marcoola
AUCTION: Saturday @ 1pm
4/1-3 Kiata Court, Mount Coolum
25 Paperbark Place, Mudjimba
View Friday 5 - 6.00pm Saturday 1 - 1.30pm For Sale Offers Invited Ben Thomson 0447 057 651 firstname.lastname@example.org
• Well maintained, low maintenance single level brick and tile home in small complex with low body corporate fees • Located in a very quiet cul de sac and only a very short walk to Mt Coolum Golf Clubhouse • Stone kitchen benchtops, renovated bathroom, tiled and air conditioned living room and separate screened sunroom • Spacious decks to two sides, ideal for outdoor living plus fenced private courtyard and single remote controlled garage • This is an exceptional opportunity to downsize without having to sacrifice lifestyle and pets are ok subject to approval
16 Waterline Close, Mount Coolum
View Saturday from 12.30pm Auction Saturday 6th July @ 1pm Jay Pashley 0407 119 355 email@example.com
BEACHSIDE LIVING AS IT SHOULD BE
RESERVE OUTLOOK – BEACHSIDE LOCATION • Peaceful, leafy reserve land at your doorstep and walking distance to the beach • Nestled in a quiet cul de sac this home is being offered to the market for the first time • 322sqm under roof, 40mm Caesarstone benchtops, spotted gum timber features throughout, 900mm gas stove, 4 metre raked ceilings, ducted air-con • Media/Multipurpose room, 600 x 600 Italian floor to ceiling en-suite tiles, additional carport, mixed hardwood flooring throughout, front and rear timber decking • Dual occupancy with separate en-suited studio
CONTRACT CRASHED. MUST BE SOLD!
POSITION IS THE KEY • When it comes to location it doesn’t get much better than this • Grab your morning cuppa and take a stroll along the beach before you start your day • Modern living, dining and kitchen feature timber floors and open onto a private balcony • Two spacious bedrooms and main bathroom all on one level • Third bedroom, second bathroom, laundry and exclusive terrace on the lower level • Single lock up garage with room for bikes and surf boards • Complex offers a refreshing inground pool and BBQ area
View Saturday & Sunday 11 - 11.30am Forthcoming Auction Ben Thomson 0447 057 651 firstname.lastname@example.org
• Appealing & captivating home in the prestigious ‘The Boardwalk’ estate • Low maintenance, easy care home in tip top condition & ready for new owner • Two separate air conditioned living areas & well-appointed kitchen • Ground level master bedroom with ensuite showcasing a corner shower & double vanity • North facing in-ground pool & alfresco area surrounded by lush Balinese style gardens • Positioned in a quiet cul de sac, fenced side access • Fabulous shaded park and playground across the road • Easy walk to the beach & Mount Coolum Shopping Village • Come & see this appealing beachside property, it could be your next home!
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COOCHIN CREEK, 1703 Roys Road
Secluded Waterfront Block with 4 Houses For those that follow their dreams, this is limitless to where the future could take you, 4 houses all on the Pumicestone Passage, the views forever never to be lost, a large public boat ramp meters down the road. Is this your next development that enriches your life forever. • Boating and ﬁshing lovers we have the perfect waterfront life for you • Live in one house, rent the other three or rent all 4 homes • Varied potential, with 4 individual income streams • Future development potential with the expansion of the Caloundra South project
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• House 1 features 3 Bed, 1 Bath, 1 car – 143m2 • House 2 features 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 1 Car – 87m2 • House 3 features 3 Bed, 1 Bath, 2 Car – 136m2 • House 4 features 1 Bed, 1 Bath – 63m2 • Block size 6238m2
OPEN HOME: Saturday 6th July 1.30pm VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On site Saturday 6th July 2pm AGENT: Ross Cattle 0410 625 758 or 5478 2477
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MOOLOOLABA, 58/13 Mooloolaba Esp
3 Bedroom Executive Beachfront Apartment This iconic Mooloolaba Resort has long been regarded as the best positioned Resort facility on Mooloolaba Beach. Absolutely Oceanfront opposite the steps to the beach and lifeguard patrolled area. Rarely does a 3-bedroom 2-bathroom apartment become available, particularly one that has been maintained to such a high standard over the years and that is of executive status. Consisting of a large open plan kitchen with stone benchtops, dining area and lounge that leads you out to the ocean-front balcony where the views of the beach and Point Cartwright are simply breathtaking!
OPEN HOME: Sunday 7th July 12-12.30pm VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au PRICE: $1,015,000 AGENT: Grant Whisker 0415 856 575
MOOLOOLABA, 905/29-37 First Avenue
Seamark On First - Resort Living At Its Best! Unsurpassed in quality, style and location is this lovely apartment positioned on the 9th ﬂoor of the ever-popular Seamark on First Resort. Apartment 905 features 2-Bedrooms and 2-bathrooms and is spread over 95m2. From the moment you walk through the door your eye is drawn across the generous living space to the amazing ocean view. Featuring an open plan living/dining area and well-appointed kitchen. The living area is light ﬁlled through the ﬂoor to ceiling windows and doors creating an inviting place to relax or entertain.
OPEN HOME: Saturday 6th July 12-12.30pm VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au PRICE: $575,000 AGENT: Grant Whisker 0415 856 575
ALEXANDRA HEADLAND, 50/174 Alexandra Parade
The Best Ocean Views In Alexandra Headland! This is the Alexandra Headland lifestyle you have been searching for! The morning routine - wake up and check the surf followed by a morning coffee at Milk & Beans cafe or relax on your huge balcony and take in the breathtaking views this stunning property provides! Located in sought after “Mandolin”, 50/174 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland is in the heart of it all and has the best ocean views in Alex!
OPEN HOME: By appointment VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au PRICE: $565,000 AGENT: Jordan Barden 0422 990 824
SIPPY DOWNS, 24 Trinity Crescent
Outstanding Opportunity For First Home Buyers & Investors! Providing prime, entry level buying, 24 Trinity Crescent Sippy Downs is located
OPEN HOME: Saturday 6th July 10-10.30am
just 2 minutes from The Sunshine Coast University, Siena Catholic College,
VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au
Chancelor State Primary & High Schools and the brand new Sippy Downs
Food & Fuel Complex. This property is perfect for buyers looking to down
AGENT: Jordan Barden 0422 990 824
size, investors due to the high rental demand & prices in the area or ﬁrst home buyers looking due to the unlimited amount of potential this property provides.
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TRANQUIL BEERWAH FAMILY HOME From page 38
ou could be enjoying relaxing evenings on the sprawling deck as you watch the setting sun reflect off the Glass House Mountains. Set in idyllic surrounds, this Beerwah home provides plenty of room for the whole family. Views of the mountains are offered from the master bedroom and living spaces. Nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac, the 4402m2 block offers a detached garage and carport combo, as well as another carport at the house. Inside, open-plan living is ideal for entertaining, with vaulted ceilings and polished hardwood floors. There is a fireplace and the kitchen overlooks the living areas.
7 INVERLEIGH COURT, BEERWAH 5 bed, 2 bath, 3 car $699,000 RE/MAX Property Sales Nambour 5470 7000 Jason Stock 0411 123 888
BUDDINA, 2 Tumut Street
Under Instructions To Sell By Public Auction Saturday
This is the perfect opportunity in so many ways, renovate the existing house and live in an incredible beachside central location, possibly build a new duplex or beachside houses/townhouses and reap the ﬁnancial rewards, buy, hold the investment, collect the rent and watch the investment grow. These types of opportunities are rare, this must be sold property, is your chance to get into a tightly held location, this property is going to auction and unequivocally must be sold • Close to beautiful soft sandy beach
• Large block so close to shopping and school
• Walking distance to Kawana Surf Club
• Instant income from current tenancy
• Prime redevelopment potential
• Rare location prime investment
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OPEN HOME: Saturday 6th July 11.30am VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On site Saturday 6th July 12pm AGENT: Ross Cattle 0410 625 758
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YOUR LAND SPECIALISTS BLI BLI 59A Willis Road BUDERIM
9 - 11 Dunbar Court Lot 1/ 157 Burnett Street Lot 4/ 157 Burnett Street 23 Caroline Crescent 12 Barralong Court 37 Price Lane
2962sqm 7,055 sqm 1,700 sqm 831 sqm 777 sqm 4.07 Ha
Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 15
SOLD Over $625,000 Over $695,000 Contact Agent Tender
BAUPLE Lot 94 Deephouse Rd CHEVALLUM 247 Dales Road COOLUM
Coolum Crest, 63 Yungar Street Lot 1 Lot 2
606 sqm 606 sqm
Contact Agent Contact Agent
Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10
600 sqm 616 sqm 622 sqm 608 sqm 617 sqm 617 sqm 617 sqm 600 sqm
Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent Contact Agent
DIDDILLIBAH Stage One, Diddillibah Rise Stage Two, Diddillibah Rise Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 25 Lot 26 Lot 34 Lot 35 Lot 36
SOLD OUT 1.542 Ha 6,078 sqm 6,169 sqm 6,013 sqm 6,013 sqm 6,049 sqm 6,266 sqm 6,628 sqm
* Indicates House and land
1.59 Ha 6,195 sqm 6,692 sqm 7,215 sqm 7,332 sqm 1.63 Ha 6,039 sqm 6,202 sqm 6,346 sqm 6,100 sqm 6,000 sqm 1.40 Ha
GLENVIEW Lot 4 Leeding Road
MOUNTAIN CREEK 7 Petrel Crescent
PALMVIEW 27 Potts Street PALMWOODS
17 Citron Pl 8 Banksia Place 14 Banksia Place 18 Banksia Place
740 sqm 632 sqm 608 sqm 608 sqm
$339,000 Under Contract
SOLD Under Contract
ROSEMOUNT Everton Place, 15 Everton Place Lot 1 6,010 sqm Lot 2 6,539 sqm Lot 3 1.82 Ha Lot 4 6,001 sqm Lot 5 6,010 sqm Rosemount Crest, 175 Paynters Creek Rd Lot 1 6,048 sqm Lot 2 6,656 sqm Lot 3 3.255 Ha Lot 4 6,251 sqm
$530,000 $520,000 $515,000
SOLD $495,000 $495,000 $465,000 $485,000
Under Contract Under Contract
Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 5 Lot 6
Kia Ora, 84 Taylors Road 6,656 sqm 7,720 sqm 6,662 sqm 1.297 Ha 3.54 Ha
4,008 sqm 6,026 sqm 6,001 sqm 6,141 sqm
Over $450,000 Contact Agent Under Contract
SOLD SOLD SOLD
FOREST GLEN Glenfinnan Estate, 137 Glenfinnan Court Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11 Lot 12
2.46 Ha 6,271 sqm 6,523 sqm
$675,000 $595,000 Under Contract $620,000
SOLD $620,000 $750,000*
SOLD* $550,000 $560,000 $595,000 $620,000
SOLD SOLD Over $550,000 Over $600,000
VALDORA 46-52 Karnu Drive Lot 1/326 Valdora Road Lot 2/326 Valdora Road Lot 3/326 Valdora Road
WOOMBYE Plantation Rise, 39 Woombye Palmwoods Road Lot 1 1,634 sqm Lot 2 1,036 sqm Lot 3 1,026 sqm Lot 4 1,016 sqm Lot 5 1,004 sqm Lot 6 977 sqm Lot 7 946 sqm Lot 8 1,015 sqm
$325,000* $295,000 $325,000* $295,000 $325,000* $295,000 $325,000* $295,000
* Indicates Duplex lot
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6pm Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 1. Highlights. 6.30 News. 7.30 Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier. 8.35 MOVIE Gurrumul. (2017) Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. The story of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.
6pm The Drum. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Back Roads: Burketown, Queensland. 8.30 Four Corners. A look at stories of concern to Australians. 9.15 Media Watch. (PG) 9.35 Q&A.
6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 House Rules. (PG) Hosted by Johanna Griggs. 9.00 S.W.A.T. (M) The team searches for a drug trafﬁcker. 11.00 The Latest: Seven News. 11.30 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 7.
6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG) Australians tackle an obstacle course. 9.15 Killing Michael Jackson. (M) Explores Michael Jackson’s death. 10.15 100% Footy. (M) 11.15 Cold Case. (M)
6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.40 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 9.40 Kinne Tonight. (M) 10.10 To Be Advised. 11.10 WIN News.
6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 Great American Railroad Journeys: Manassas To Jamestown. (PG) 8.30 Medicine Or Myth? (PG) Hosted by Jan Fran. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 3. Binche to Épernay. 215 km hilly stage. From Belgium and France.
6pm The Drum. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Ask The Doctor. (PG) 8.30 Blue Water Empire. (M) Part 3 of 3. 9.25 Louis Theroux: Extreme Love: Dementia. (PG)
6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 House Rules. (PG) Hosted by Johanna Griggs. 9.00 Andrew Denton’s Interview. (M) Hosted by Andrew Denton. 10.00 To Be Advised. 11.00 The Latest: Seven News.
6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. 9.15 Cricket. ICC World Cup. Match 46. First semi-ﬁnal. First innings. 11.00 ICC World Cup Innings Break. 11.45 Cricket. ICC World Cup. Match 46. First semi-ﬁnal. Second innings.
6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.40 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack. (MA15+) Presented by Todd Sampson. 9.40 NCIS. (M) A US Navy captain is murdered. 11.30 WIN News.
6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 Every Family Has A Secret: Lance Innes And Michelle White. Hosted by Noni Hazlehurst. 8.30 Insight. Presented by Rachael Hocking. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 4. Reims to Nancy. 213.5 km ﬂat stage. From France.
6pm The Drum. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Anh’s Brush With Fame. (PG) 8.30 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL. (M) Hosted by Shaun Micallef. 9.00 Squinters. (M) 9.25 Insert Name Here. (M) 9.55 Adam Hills: The Last Leg.
6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG) 8.00 The Force: Behind The Line. (PG) 8.30 The Super Switch. (M) It is halfway through the “experiment”.
6pm Nine News. 7.00 Rugby League. State Of Origin. Game 3. New South Wales v Queensland. From ANZ Stadium, Sydney. 10.10 State Of Origin Post-Match. 11.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG) Australians tackle an obstacle course.
6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. A look at the day’s news. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. Contestants tackle a team challenge. 8.40 Bull. (M) Bull’s friend is put on trial for murder. 10.30 Sports Tonight. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News.
6.30pm News. 7.30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo. 8.00 Where Are You Really From? (PG) 8.35 24 Hours In Emergency: The Cards We’re Dealt. A 66-year-old is having trouble breathing. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 5.
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6pm The Drum. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Escape From The City: Port Douglas, Queensland – The Grays. 9.00 No Offence. (M) Beckett targets Manchester’s children. 9.45 Humans. (M) 10.35 ABC Late News.
6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent. (PG) Hosted by Ant and Dec. 10.30 The Latest: Seven News. 11.00 The Front Bar. (M)
6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 Australian Crime Stories: Justice For Lucille. (M) A look at the case of Lucille Butterworth. 9.30 City Of Evil. (MA15+) Part 3 of 4. 10.30 Lethal Weapon. (MA15+) 11.30 Cold Case. (M)
6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) Barba faces off against two hotshot lawyers. 10.30 Blue Bloods. (M) 11.30 WIN News.
6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 The Great House Revival. 8.30 The Handmaid’s Tale. (MA15+) Aunt Lydia reﬂects on her life. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 6. Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles. 160.5 km mountain stage. From France.
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7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Hard Quiz. 8.30 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL. 9.00 Community. 9.20 The Ofﬁce. 9.45 This Time With Alan Partridge.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Border Security: Int. (PG) 8.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 5. 11.10 Border Security: Int. (PG) 11.40 Mighty Ships.
6pm American Restoration. 7.00 Friday Night Countdown. 7.30 Football. AFL. Round 16. Hawthorn v Collingwood. 10.30 AFL Post-Game Show.
6pm Friends. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE Toy Story 3. (2010) (G) 8.30 MOVIE Spider-Man. (2002) (M) Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst. 11.00 Friends. (PG) 11.30 Jail: Big Texas. (MA15+)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 As Time Goes By. 8.40 MOVIE Escape From New York. (1981) (M) Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef. 10.30 Straight Forward. (MA15+) 11.30 The Closer. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 11.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 8.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 9.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Live At The Apollo. 9.15 Mock The Week. 9.50 The Stand Up Sketch Show. 10.15 Comedy Next Gen.
6pm The Yorkshire Vet. (PG) 7.00 Escape To The Country. 8.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 6. 11.00 The Yorkshire Vet. (PG)
6.30pm The Kick. 7.00 Football. AFL. Round 16. Western Bulldogs v Geelong. 10.00 AFL Post-Game Show. 11.00 World’s Most Amazing Videos. 12am Blokesworld. 12.30 Fishy Business.
7pm MOVIE Journey To The Centre Of The Earth. (2008) (PG) Brendan Fraser. 9.00 MOVIE Spider-Man 2. (2004) (M) Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst. 11.30 Jail: Big Texas. (M)
7.15pm MOVIE Clear And Present Danger. (1994) (PG) 10.00 ICC World Cup Pre-Match. 10.30 Cricket. ICC World Cup. Match 45. Australia v South Africa. Afternoon session.
6pm Cops. (PG) 6.30 Scorpion. (PG) 7.30 MacGyver. (M) 8.30 NCIS: New Orleans. (M) 10.30 Horse Racing. Coral-Eclipse Day.
6pm Magnum, P.I. (PG) 8.00 Kojak. (M) 9.05 Columbo. (M) 11.10 Robotech: Macross Saga. (M) 11.40 The Loop. (PG)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 9.10 Tom Gleeson At Enmore Theatre. 10.10 Black Comedy.
6pm Mighty Ships. (PG) 7.00 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG) 8.30 Mighty Trains. (PG) 9.30 Mighty Planes. 10.30 Border Security. (PG) 11.30 Cop Squad. (M)
7.30pm MOVIE Independence Day: Resurgence. (2016) (PG) Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum. 9.55 MOVIE Need For Speed. (2014) (M) Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper.
7pm MOVIE Spider-Man 3. (2007) (PG) Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco. 10.00 MOVIE Gamer. (2009) (MA15+) Gerard Butler, Amber Valletta, Michael C. Hall.
7.30pm Cricket. Women’s One-Day International Series. England v Australia. Game 3. Morning session. 11.10 ICC Women’s One-Day International Innings Break.
6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 9.30 Motorcycle Racing. MotoGP. Race 9. German Grand Prix. From Sachsenring, Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Germany. 11.00 Car Crash Global. (PG)
6pm Frasier. (PG) 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 8.30 Ross Noble: Brain Dump. (M) 9.30 Taboo. (M) 10.30 Buffy The Vampire Slayer. (M) 11.30 Frasier. (PG)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Blackadder II. 8.30 Extras. 9.00 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.45 The Inbetweeners. 10.15 Peep Show.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Dog Patrol. (PG) 8.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 7. 11.30 Mighty Ships. (PG)
6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 American Pickers. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Gone In Sixty Seconds. (2000) (M) Nicolas Cage. 10.55 MOVIE The Gumball Rally. (1976) (M)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Core. (2003) (M) Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank, Stanley Tucci. 11.10 Big Bang. (PG) 11.35 Police Ten 7. (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 New Tricks. (PG) 8.40 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.50 Unforgettable. (M) 11.50 Footy Classiﬁed. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) 10.30 48 Hours: NCIS. (M) 11.30 CSI: Miami. (MA15+)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Seinfeld. (PG) 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 8.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 9.00 Frasier. (PG) 11.00 The Flash. (M)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 8.40 The IT Crowd. 9.05 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.50 Back. 10.15 Black Comedy.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme. (PG) 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. (M) 9.30 Border Security. (PG) 10.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 8.
6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. (PG) 8.30 Outback Truckers. (PG) 9.30 Supertruckers. (PG) 10.30 Highway Thru Hell. 11.30 Graveyard Carz.
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 Young Sheldon. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. (2011) (M) Tom Cruise. 11.10 Big Bang. (PG) 11.35 Young Sheldon. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 ICC World Cup Pre-Match. 7.30 Cricket. ICC World Cup. Match 46. First semi-ﬁnal. First innings. 11.00 ICC World Cup Innings Break.
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 CSI: Miami. (M) 10.20 The Mentalist. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 Kitty Flanagan: Hello Kitty. (M) 10.50 The Cleveland Show. 11.20 James Corden.
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Good Place. 8.20 The Good Place. 8.45 Upper Middle Bogan. 9.15 Community. 9.35 The Ofﬁce. 10.00 Crashing.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 9.30 Border Security. (PG) 10.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 9. 11.00 Mighty Ships. (PG)
6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Futurama. (PG) 8.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.30 The Simpsons. (M) 9.00 Rostered On. (MA15+) 9.30 Family Guy. (M) 10.30 American Dad!
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 20 To One. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Circle. (2017) (M) Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, John Boyega. 10.40 Big Bang. (PG) 11.10 Friends. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 David Attenborough’s The Blue Planet II. (PG) 8.40 Extreme Planes. (M) 9.40 Aircrash Conﬁdential. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 10.20 To Be Advised. 11.15 NCIS. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 8.30 Two And A Half Men. 9.00 MOVIE Fat Pizza. (2003) (MA15+)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 QI. 8.30 Squinters. 8.55 Community. 9.15 The Ofﬁce. 9.40 Get Krack!n. 10.10 Black Comedy. 10.45 Kiki And Kitty.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Father Brown. (M) 9.30 Border Security. (PG) 10.00 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 10.
6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE X-Men: Apocalypse. (2016) (M) James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence. 11.20 MOVIE Insidious: Chapter 2. (2013) (M)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 Top Gear. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE Red Heat. (1988) (M) Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Belushi. 11.10 Big Bang. (PG) 11.35 Police Ten 7. (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 ICC World Cup Pre-Match. 7.30 Cricket. ICC World Cup. Match 47. Second semi-ﬁnal. First innings. 11.00 ICC World Cup Innings Break.
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 9.30 SEAL Team. (M) 10.30 NCIS. (M) 11.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 7.30 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. 9.00 The Graham Norton Show. (M) 10.00 Funny Girls. 10.30 New Girl.
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Okay, back to reality. But the good news is there’s heaps of big swell. Looking like heaps of wind too, which is a bit of a bummer. That said, if you have time, I would road trip straight to Agnes Water and walk into Springs Beach. Reckon that will be very worthwhile. Noosa will be on for sure, as will DI. Maybe Mooloolaba on the high tide! Pick your poison and get some bombs. WSL – looks like J-Bay starts next week, let’s hope John John is back from injury. Maybe Julian can get a win? Damn, he certainly needs one now. Or the old guy Mr Slater(47) is now ranked seventh and if it’s big, he will be the one to watch. Laters.
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