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Broadway’s best party is turning up the volume to 10, when Mad About Theatre returns to The J this September. Nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Rock of Ages captures the iconic era that was the big bad 1980s Hollywood. Know What Love Is, Feel the Noise and Take Your Best Shot – all of the greatest hits take over one of the Sunset Strip’s last epic venues. And, you can experience the magic. We have one double pass to give away to the September 20 show at Noosa’s The J.
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et me ask you this: if you were to break a leg, would you seek medical help? The answer of course, is yes. This is the same theory you should apply to your mental health. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it should be ignored. After all, the state of your mental health impacts all aspects of your life. The World Health Organisation says mental health is “a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.” It is when one or more of these factors breaks down that mental health conditions can take hold. Genetic factors can also play a part. These conditions can’t be ignored – one in seven Australians will experience depression in their lifetime, while a staggering 4.96 million Australians aged 16 to 85, are currently living with anxiety. Society talks openly about and accepts the reality of physical illness. Why then do we shut down when it comes to mental health conditions? Talking about these illnesses does not show weakness. Asking for help shows strength. These are the points that AFL stalwart Wayne Schwass wants people to understand, and he is breaking down barriers via his PukaUp organisation. We are proud to share Wayne’s message ahead of his appearance at Sunshine Coast event In Conversation. These are the conversations we should be having everyday. Take care.
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The annual event features a world-class course that takes in the highlights of the region. Competitors start with an ocean swim, followed by a fast bike course and a two-lap run course along Mooloolaba Esplanade. Cheer on the athletes from the sidelines, or from one of the area’s cafes.
EUMUNDI MARKETS – A FAIR DAY OUT Now in its seventh year, this event celebrates inclusive communities and is a wonderful creative expression for people with disabilities. The day is organised with support from Sunshine Coast not-for-profit disability support organisations Equity Works, Parent to Parent, Spiral & Sunshine Coast Independent Living Service. There will be stalls providing information services for people with disability, stalls run by people with disability, free art and craft activities for children, face painting and a petting zoo. There will also be entertainment from 9.30am to 2pm.
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BEHIND THE SMILE Former AFL player and PukaUp founder Wayne Schwass talks to My Weekly Preview about his battle with depression and his work to improve the mental health of all Australians. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.
ayne Schwass knows what it feels like to wear a mask. A mask that shows the world you’re happy, you’re successful and you’re at the top of your game when you’re not. Not on the inside. On the inside, you’re suffering, you’re in pain and you want to end it all. You fear if the world finds out, you’ll be judged a loser, criticised as weak. So you keep wearing that mask until one day, your world comes crashing down. That day came for the former AFL player on July 26, 1993. He was driving home from training, stopped at a set of traffic lights and broke down. It was a nervous breakdown and he completely lost control of his emotions. When he arrived home, he sat in his car for an hour-and-a-half, riddled with fear, shame and embarrassment, afraid to go inside and face his fiancee. The then 23-year-old believed it wasn’t how men should feel or behave, but at the insistence of his now wife, he saw a doctor and was diagnosed with depression. It was the start of a long road to wellness, one where he says he contemplated suicide “hundreds of thousands of times in a four-year period from 1993 to 1997”. It took until 2006 for Mr Schwass to publicly announce he had suffered from
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depression throughout his AFL career. There’s a famous photo of him on AFL Grand Final day in 1996. He’s standing triumphant in front of 94,000 spectators in his blue-and-white North Melbourne shirt, medal around his neck, arms thrown into the air in victory, a huge grin plastered on his face. He Tweeted the photo on December 13, 2017 with a caption: “This is what suicidal looks like.” The smile was nothing more than a mask. In 2017 he founded PukaUp, a social enterprise aimed at encouraging people to have authentic and genuine conversations about mental health and wellbeing. In the Hindi language, pukka means ‘authentic’ and ‘genuine’, two words that describe Mr Schwass perfectly. Sunshine Coast locals will have a chance to hear him talk at a lunch event being held at Venue 114 on September 12, which coincides with R U OK? Day and is being run in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Mind & Neuroscience – Thompson Institute. “R U OK? Day has done a fantastic job with building a platform and focusing on a particular day, but they would acknowledge – and have done to me – it’s a challenge to expand that across 365 days,” Mr Schwass says. “Since we founded in 2017, we’ve invested a great deal of effort on a daily
Wayne Schwass on the podium at the 1996 AFL Grand Final. Image: Twitter / @wayneschwass
basis, creating a great deal of content, including a suicide prevention documentary which was aired on Channel 9, and two series of podcasts talking to high-profile people who have normalised the issue, as well as creating tools and strategies that help people manage their emotional health and wellbeing. “I deliver somewhere between 50 and 60 presentations annually across the country and we are focused on the preventative, proactive space. With all due respect to the wonderful organisations out there that are working in the crisis area – and they need to be – the system is overwhelmed, underfunded and under-resourced. We’ve been reacting historically for decades and it’s not working. We have more people in crisis, more people unwell and more people attempting to take their own life, and tragically, more people that are.” Mr Schwass doesn’t beat around the bush when he suspects someone might be suicidal and has regularly had to broach the subject with people around him. “I’m willing to have a challenging conversation,” he says. “I ask them if they have a plan, if they’ve picked an area. I ask them if they’ve thought about a method. I need to understand very quickly, is it something they’re just thinking about, or
have they gone to the effort of deciding on the date, place and method. If they have, then I ring Triple Zero and I stay there until the professionals get there.” Mr Schwass has been a mental health advocate for 13 years and in that time, he’s
The overall suicide rate in 2015 was 12.6 per 100,000 in Australia.
The most recent Australian data (ABS, Causes of Death, 2015) shows deaths due to suicide in 2015 was 3027. Deaths by suicide in Australia occur among males at a rate three times greater than that for females. However, during the past decade, there has been an increase in suicide deaths by females. The suicide rate amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is more than double the non-indigenous rate. For every death by suicide, it is estimated that as many as 30 people attempt to end their lives. That is approximately 65,300 suicide attempts each year. (Source: Lifeline.com.au)
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COVER STORY learnt that destigmatising suicide is all about opening up a conversation, and allowing people to be vulnerable without fear of judgement and criticism. “There are words I don’t use,” he says. “I don’t use the word ‘illness’, because ‘mental illness’ has a negative connotation. I refuse to use the word ‘suffer’, because that keeps me anchored in the negative experience. I talk about ‘managing mental health’, because that means I’m in control of the decisions I make.” Mr Schwass says being male and a footballer were two contributing factors that led to his breakdown, and stands before audiences to show them it’s okay to be a man and talk about emotions; that there’s nothing to be afraid of. “I was conditioned to disconnect emotionally because I’m a man,” he says. “We need to rewrite the narrative. It’s causing so much destruction across our country.” Mr Schwass feels uncomfortable when he watches kids’ sport and sees the way some coaches and parents talk to the children, even in this more enlightened day and age. “If there’s a coach who is yelling, screaming or abusing their players, they are sending toxic messages. If we don’t change the messaging we send our children, we’re narrowing our child’s ability to remain emotionally engaged. Don’t cry, don’t be a girl, be a man. All that stereotypical language is disempowering the individuals. It’s conditioning them based on how we’ve been conditioned. “What makes it more personal for me is I lived in that world through AFL football. It’s really destructive and unfortunately, the people sending these messages are not aware of the messages they’re sending. They’re behaving how they were treated when they were younger. I believe we need to empower, support and encourage kids in particular to be emotionally connected,
instead of embarrassing or scolding them. “Sit down and question your own messaging. Is it constructive, supportive and empowering, or is it toxic, destructive and disempowering? What impact do you want to have on the children you’re coaching? We have a responsibility to be aware of what sort of message we’re imparting to younger generations.” Mr Schwass says Australia places a lot of importance on getting kids physically active, but not enough attention on their mental and emotional wellbeing – and the same goes for adults. He wants Australians to treat their mental health as seriously as their physical health and through PukaUp, gives them the tools to do so. “In my case, medication played a role, lifestyle played a role. There are a number of different avenues to look at, but one thing we try to do is to give people information so they can start to make different decisions. “Why would you wait to get sick before you do anything to help yourself? By investing in a healthy diet, sleep, exercise, eliminating alcohol because it’s a depressant, these things will have a profoundly positive impact on your health and wellbeing. “We want to make our programs available to everyone, to give people the tools, capacity and confidence to allow them to start to manage and maintain their wellbeing, and do it proactively. I’m crazy enough to think PukaUp can change the world.” For more information, visit pukaup.com.
Wayne Schwass will speak at In Conversation: Normalising Mental Health on Thursday September 12 at Venue 114, Bokarina. Also appearing are Cara Koenen and Leon Stensholm with Jillian Whiting as emcee. The event is proudly sponsored by My Weekly Preview. Visit venue114.com.au/events.
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For support, call the following helplines: Lifeline 131 114, Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467, BeyondBlue 1300 224 636, Kids Helpline 1800 551 800, and Headspace (12 to 25 years) 1800 650 890.
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What is the key message this year for R U OK? Day? Trust the signs and trust your gut. More and more people are becoming aware of R U OK? Day and people are now saying, okay, I know the question but when is the right time to ask and how? We give simple tips and steps. Is it common for someone who is suicidal to try to hide it, especially if they don’t want to be stopped? People put their mask on; they may not be ready to be able to reach out and say ‘I’m struggling’. They might feel there’s no one they can turn to. Perhaps they feel like a burden. We talk to friends, family, neighbours and colleagues about how can they have their radar up and look for changes in everyday behaviour. Is it our responsibility to look out for someone who isn’t okay, or is it their responsibility to tell us they’re not okay? It’s very individual and there are no steadfast rules because we are talking about very complex behaviour and complex conversations. But it’s everyone’s responsibility to look out for someone who’s not travelling okay. It’s the community’s responsibility to be
the eyes and ears for those around us. If we love and care about people, it’s something we can do. What’s really important to note is people need to be ready to say they’re not okay. They need to be ready to get help. It’s about making people feel comfortable so there is no shame and let them know they’re not a burden and there are people who love and trust them. But sometimes there are no signs and it’s tragic and devastating. What do you do if you ask someone are you okay and they say no? Listen to the answer, really listen, and give them space. You need to work out whether they are coming to their own conclusion or whether you need to encourage them to seek professional support. You may need to say, ‘I’m really worried, let’s call Triple Zero or go to emergency’. What impact has R U OK? Day made since it was founded in 2009? It’s making an incredible impact, not only in the suicide prevention landscape, but also in life’s ups and downs. We all go through grief, relationship breakdowns, tough times at school and work. People now know there is a time and place to ask, ‘Are you okay?’
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A NIGHT OF TRUE CRIME WITH MATTHEW CONDON Author and journalist Matthew Condon will visit the Sunshine Coast on September 19 to discuss his latest book, The Night Dragon. The true crime story looks at the conviction of Vincent O’Dempsey for the murders of Barbara McCulkin and her two young daughters. O’Dempsey was feared by criminals and police alike and it took over 40 years to bring him to justice. As an award-winning investigative journalist, Mr Condon interviewed dozens of ex-cons, police and witnesses to put together a compelling picture of the calculating killer. Mr Condon is the author of 10 novels and the non-fiction book, Three Crooked Kings, Jacks and Jokers, All Fall Down and Little Fish are Sweet. Mr Condon will be joined by special guest, ABC Sunshine Coast journalist, Owen Jacques, with live music by talented local artist Lee Hardisty. A Night of True Crime with Matthew Condon is on at Beerwah Library on September 19. Tickets are $25 per person and bookings are essential from the Sunshine Coast Libraries website, library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.
CHAMPS HIT THE WAVES More than 150 of the fittest athletes will battle it out this weekend as all eyes turn to Coolum Beach break for the qualifying rounds of the 2019/20 Nutri-Grain elite series. The Surf Life Saving Australia event will see the athletes vie for the 12 remaining spots in the upcoming men’s and women’s elite Iron Series, which kicks off in October. Alexandra Headland surf lifesaver Tiarrn Raymond has received and accepted automatic qualification into the series, while six fellow club members and 11 Maroochydore club members will be competing in Coolum for a position in the upcoming rounds. For event information visit sls.com.au/ ironseries.
CALOUNDRA COUPLE KEEP MOVING FORWARD Caloundra couple Chris and Kristy Paterson are conducting a solo run around Australia totalling around 16,000 kilometres. Dubbed the Keep Moving Forward Project, the epic run is a fundraiser for the couple’s charity, Bamboo Projects. This Sunshine Coastbased charity was founded in 2015 and assists people with mental health issues and disabilities through providing access to outdoor activities. As the charity is a non-clinical service, the couple has had difficulty finding grants and funding options that fit what they offer. They set off from the Sunshine Coast on August 1 and are aiming to run around 50 kilometres per day, travelling into farming and Indigenous communities to hold events along the way for approximately 12 to 14 months. Visit facebook.com/bambooprojects.
ABSTRACT ARTWORK WINS $25,000 ART PRIZE Celebrated Australian contemporary artist Diena Georgetti has won the prestigious 2019 Sunshine Coast Art Prize (SCAP) for her striking homage to modernism and abstract art, entitled TALISKA. From 410 entries including 40 finalists, Ms Georgetti was announced as the $25,000 major prize winner at the official opening of the prize exhibition at Caloundra Regional Gallery on August 29. The TALISKA piece will now be acquired and 2019 Sunshine Coast Art Prize judge Alison included in the Sunshine Kubler with the winning work by Diena Coast Art Collection. Georgetti, TALISKA Western Australian artist Mark Tweedie was named the De Deyne Family Highly Commended winner for his work entitled A Dream Like This Is hard to Wake From #2, while Victorian Genevieve Felix Reynolds was awarded SCAP residency at Montville Country Cabins for her entry Adobe. Meanwhile, the People’s Choice Award was awarded to the Sunshine Coast’s own Jandamarra Cadd for his work Cleverman, a captivating portrait of Uncle Jack Charles. The exhibition will be on display at Caloundra Regional Gallery until September 15.
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More than $80,000 will be distributed to community groups next week as the Buderim Foundation hosts its biggest ever grants celebration. The philanthropy group will announce the 2019 winners, all which are community-based organisations providing services and support for residents in the 4556 postcode, on September 14. More than $82,000 will be shared by 19 organisations. Buderim Foundation Grant committee chair, Rebecca Ramsay says the program continues to grow each year. For more information, visit buderimfoundation.rg.au.
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BETTER BEACH ACCESS Three more Sunshine Coast beaches are now easier to access. Sunshine Coast Council has rolled out accessible matting and beach wheelchairs at Kings, Coolum and Mooloolaba beaches to make it easier for people with disabilities, parents with prams and seniors to navigate the sand. The matting and wheelchairs will be available during patrolled hours on weekends from September until May and will be managed by volunteer lifeguards. “Everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy our world-class beaches and with an estimated 20 per cent of Australian adults experiencing a disability or long-term health condition, initiatives like this are essential to ensure more people of all abilities experience the joy of visiting the beach,’’ Mayor Mark Jamieson says.
Did you know more than 200,000 Australian kids each year experience harm or neglect or are at risk? These are the statistics that have come to light during Child Protection Week, held from September 2 to 6. Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service Child Protection Liaison Unit clinical nurse consultant Laura Easterbrook says the community has to work together to better protect children. “We can all work together and play our part to keep children safe. We can teach children that we all have the right to feel safe all the time. We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small.
MOOLOOLABA FORESHORE UPGRADE Revitalisation of the popular Mooloolaba foreshore is set to start in May with Sunshine Coast Council last week releasing detailed design plans. The project will be delivered in multiple stages over coming years, with the $2-million first stage including a new coastal-link boardwalk to Alexandra Headland and a viewing platform with seating. The Placemaking Mooloolaba Master Plan was formally adopted by the council in December 2015. Councillor John Connolly says the evolved design and long-term vision of the project includes a new and improved Loo with a View, kiosk, outdoor gym, modern playgrounds, including a water play area, updated amenities and barbecue areas. Visit sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au. myweeklypreview.com.au
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A Buderim student plans to scale one of the world’s toughest mountains to raise money for cancer research. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.
en O’Connor is no stranger to the challenge of a good mountain trek, having tackled Everest base camp with his father Andrew by his side. Now, the 13-year-old Sunshine Coast student is preparing to take on the third highest mountain in Nepal to raise money for osteosarcoma. Inspired by his friend’s battle with the
rare form of cancer, Ben created the Summit for Sacroma challenge in a bid to raise funds for research. In October, he will take on the 6476-metre high Mera Peak in the Himalayas. Andrew O’Connor says his son is close to his fundraising target of $64,760 – $10 for every metre he will climb – but needs the community’s help to raise the final $8000. “What makes this a little bit different,
is that we are specifically targeting osteosarcoma research because it is a rarer form of cancer,” Mr O’Connor says. “There is a real lack of funding as it doesn’t get all the attention other forms of cancer do, yet there is a higher rate of diagnosis in young adults, particularly males. “Because of this, the treatment options for osteosarcoma patients are limited and the odds are stacked against you once you have been diagnosed.” Less than one per cent of cancer research funding is allocated to sarcoma and yet this rare group of cancers makes up 20 per cent of diagnosed childhood cancers.
The O’Connors will personally fund the summit challenge so all money raised will benefit QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute to help Dr Mark Smyth continue his vital research into finding a cure for sarcoma. The duo has committed to a tough training schedule that involves daily hikes on Mount Coolum’s 1.6-kilometre return track in preparation for the climb in the Himalayas. Training also includes regular gym sessions as Matthew Flinders Anglican College, where Ben is a student, has helped out with a gym membership and exercise physiology support. Ben says in preparing for the challenge, he has found the process of setting a goal to achieve very fulfilling. “I’ve learnt that I have much more potential than I thought. I’ve also realised that people are so generous with their donations and care a lot about finding a cure for sarcoma,” he says. “Being in the mountains makes me feel alive. I am really looking forward to reaching the summit.”
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ollowing a successful inaugural release, Sunshine Coast photographer Anthony Michael Webb is once again seeking tradies to appear in the 2020 Breaking the Stigma calendar. Mr Webb was inspired to create the calendar, which raises awareness of men’s mental health and is a fundraiser for Beyond
Blue, after hearing more about his mate Matty Ancrum’s struggle with mental health. “We exchanged stories where Matty opened up to me about his personal experience and I spoke to him about the mental health struggles I went through after losing my dad five years ago,” Mr Webb says. “It became clear that we could help so many men on the Coast and beyond by creating
something that empowered men to speak up and seek help. “When we put it out there, we had dozens of men apply to be photographed in just a week. There were so many tradies who had their own stories to share, or who had lost friends or family members through mental health issues. “They are real, everyday men who were prepared to put their face to this incredible cause.” According to Beyond Blue, one in eight men will experience depression and one in five will experience anxiety at some stage of their lives. Australian men make up an average six out of the eight suicides every day. The number of men who die by suicide in Australia every year is nearly double the national road toll. The call is out for Sunshine Coast tradesmen who want to be photographed to appear in the 2020 Breaking the Stigma calendar, which will be released in early October. Anyone wanting to put their names forward have until September 16 to do so. Mr Webb says he is looking forward to getting to know the next 12 inspiring men and shooting them in the same black-and-white style that made the first calendar so striking. “I wanted to create something tasteful
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Best laid plans promise a bright future The future of business looks bright on the Sunshine Coast, as government and industry come together to build a strong economy.
t was only some seven years ago that the Global Financial Crisis (the GFC) caused chaos across the world. This downturn and volatility in global financial markets may have started in 2007-08 but it continued for up to four years
across the globe, and the Sunshine Coast was far from immune from its impacts. In 2012, to combat the GFC and futureproof our economy, Sunshine Coast Council, the business sector and community came together to shape the regionâ€™s first ever
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Sandra and John Reardon reflect on their pioneering approach to cancer treatment for Sunshine Coast patients. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.
andra and John Reardon are quiet achievers who have made a lasting mark on the health of many locals. The pioneering couple is best known for establishing Cotton Tree’s Sunshine Coast Haematology and Oncology Clinic in 1998. It’s a model that has been recognised for its foresight in the way it approached cancer care. At the time, it was the first freestanding clinic for the treatment of cancer and blood disorders in Queensland and it broke new ground, taking cancer treatment out of clinical hospital environments and moving it to a more homely environment. “The main reason John and I did it was to have specialist nursing care under one roof,”
says Mrs Reardon. “John was on the road all the time. At that time, no one could cannulate so he’d put the line in and if it stopped for some reason, he’d have to go all the way back to the hospital to reset the drip. It was really inefficient and when we started the clinic at Cotton Tree, he was only six paces away. “That was the real reason we did it, but then it became not only specialist nursing staff but specialist admin staff under one roof and it was really successful because you had like-minded people working together and the patients picked up on that.” Mrs Reardon ensured the clinic was centred on the person with cancer. “People were very positive in their
GensisCare Radiation was unveiled. It’s the first centre of its kind on the Sunshine Coast, with the ability to deliver more than 15,000 treatments in the first year alone and 10 specialists on site, including allied health professionals and a gym. Montserrat is now opening clinics in other locations. “They’ve realised this model has been highly successful, with great patient satisfaction, and consequently, they’re implementing it in their new hospitals across Australia,” Mrs Reardon says. Dr Reardon still works full-time in the business, while Mrs Reardon manages his practice. She is also health ambassador for two other Montserrat hospitals, representing the company at events such as Samuel Johnson’s Love Your Sister tour to the Coast. As we chat in Dr Reardon’s new office, I
and accreditations in place. I just kept my nose out of it.” Dr Reardon says the many patients he’s seen over the years who didn’t have to drive to Brisbane thanks to his and his wife’s clinic is something he’s proud of, because it contributed to each patient’s quality of life. Mrs Reardon echoes his sentiments and says both the former clinic and the new one make undergoing treatment as easy as possible. “This is probably the most beautiful place to have cancer treatment in Australia,” she says. “They can drive in, have their treatment, drive out and go to lunch afterwards. “We’re really proud of what we achieved. We loved what we did, personalising their care, and we had a lot of fun along the way.” The new centre is located in the Buderim health precinct at 10 Kings Street.
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ugh Jackman is a truly stellar human being on every level. A gifted human being who has reached the stars, yet remained grounded. I am completely one-sided when it comes to Hugh, but I think he is one of our greatest Aussies. The man can sing and dance, play superhero characters, tap dance and crack really funny jokes and is still humble, despite being one of the most bankable and famous stars in the world. He is an Aussie boy done good. I recently paid way too much for a meet-and-greet with him when he came to Brisbane for his The Man. The Music. The Show. tour. He dazzled us for two hours with songs from Broadway and of course from his hit movie The Greatest Showman. I told my husband I won the tickets, but I in fact spent months secretly paying them off. But if you ever have the chance to do the same, please do it! I have a group of school mums who are very naughty. That’s why I love them. If you go to dinner they order entrée AND main meals. Sometimes they order dessert and then a cheese platter. They do not go out often, but when they do, they have a motto of Enjoy Life. We Are All Going To Die. They are bad for my credit card, but so good for my soul and spirit. Thanks to these beautiful mums, we found ourselves in the same room as Hugh. In the flesh, Hugh is handsome (and tall) and all muscle and moves like a black
cat. I hugged him three times. I just kept going back for more sugar because he is a world-class hugger. And he laughed and his eyes twinkled in almost a circus master way. He knew it was such a big deal to our little group and he was so gracious with our bunch of giggling school mums. I managed to blurt out to him as I literally pinched his arm: “You are real! You are the real Hugh Jackman!” He thanked us for paying for a babysitter. He thanked us for paying for the ticket to support him. He even thanked us for paying for the parking at The Entertainment Centre. And in return we thanked him. For being super hot but super nice. For singing Tenterfield Saddler and making us all melancholy. For playing Wolverine so well for over a decade so now our kids all love him as well. For paying tribute to the Aboriginal culture and place in our society in all his concerts. For spreading the message to follow your dreams. When they were kids, Hugh’s brother told him only sissies dance. Hugh told the crowd to follow your dreams no matter what. We also thanked Hugh for wearing RM William boots custom made to be tap shoes and wowing us with the coolest dance version of ACDC you ever did see! Thanks for being all class and for keeping Peter Allen’s legacy alive. Sorry I pinched you Hugh, but you made me one very happy lady and I will die happier knowing I pinched you.
Sami Muirhead is a radio announcer, blogger and commentator. For more from Sami tune into Mix FM.
don’t know the reason. I can’t explain the timing. But I can feel an old man shouting at the clouds column coming. I try and restrict myself to only one rant a year, and I think I’m just about due. Can anyone tell me, dear readers, why no-one speaks in lifts? I work in Brisbane nowadays and spend a lot of time going up and down in these confined spaces which are just made for conversation. It’s not that I haven’t tried to get the party started. Being the contrarian I am, I have attempted small talk but my fellow cohabitants in these flying capsules can’t handle it and usually disembark at the next stop whether it’s their floor or not. To my great shame, I have succumbed to the pack and now say nothing. Instead I watch with some satisfaction at how uncomfortable people get when crammed into a confined space with others. My careful observation has revealed an unwritten but universal rule. If there are 10 people in the lift, everyone must be equidistant to the others – there can be no large gaps or getting too close to the person next to you. If half the people in the lift get out, everyone who is left must move to just the extent that space between the others is restored to being exactly the same. If you filmed it from above, it would be like one of those kaleidoscopes you used as a kid, the pattern changing uniformly with
every twist. Which leaves me to ponder what you are supposed to do if you are alone in the lift – must you stand in the middle? What’s the go with lining up half-a-block for a coffee? It feels like there are about 600,000 coffee shops in Brisbane’s CBD – so why oh why would you join a queue for a dark brew? I’m sure the coffee is great, but really, it’s that good? I just want the caffeine hit. And anyone who argues it’s for the taste, I ask you this: would you line up just as long for a
“If there are 10 people in a lift, everyone must be equidistant…” decaffeinated coffee? This feels so good getting this stuff off my chest. Okay, my last pet peeve. Please note anyone who works in a shop – can you please stop saying: “That will just be…” followed by a price that is much higher than I expected. This occurs regularly at places like the abovementioned coffee shop or an organic fruit shop. “That’ll just be $22.50”, after I’ve handed over two avos and a small tub of cherry tomatoes. I think I might just go and shout at some clouds.
Richard O’Leary is a journalist, a political adviser and a father who knows there’s a deeper meaning to life, but struggles to find it.
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THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF LOW RATES
e focus this week on the increasing number of bonds that are trading with negative yields. Around 30 per cent of tradeable bonds globally now have a negative yield. Low yields are generally positive to other asset classes, like property and equities, but a deepening and prolonged period of negative rates can have unintended consequences. While negative rates have not yet arrived in the US or Australia, interest rates are heading lower, with predictions that the Reserve Bank of Australia’s policy rate could fall to as low as 0.5 per cent next year, and the Australian 10-year government bond yield now below
one per cent. Quantitative easing in Australia has not been ruled out either. So it’s worth considering what negative yields might mean. Some potential consequences are as follows: Lower bank profitability as net interest income declines – This is due to lower interest earned on reserves held at the central bank, as well as a fall in mortgage interest revenues. Banks may not be able to offset this with lower funding costs, as certain deposits are not rate-sensitive, nor is equity. Increased risk-taking, widening ‘investment deficits’ – Pension funds (in other words, super funds), insurance companies (for example, life insurers) and other investors may be forced to change their asset allocation, and increase weightings to higher risk investments, like sub-investment grade corporate credit or equities, to ensure the income/earnings generated can support their obligations. Impaired functioning of interest rate markets – Bond market liquidity could fall, as real money investors exit the market, discouraged by negative rates. With a lack of participants in the market, bid-ask spreads could increase, raising transaction costs, and exacerbating the volatility in bond markets. Inefficient allocation of capital – Negative yields allow companies that
would otherwise fail to take on more debt, and survive for longer. Furthermore, investors may also move into areas with higher risk, in a search for income, seeing a shift of capital from lower- to higher-risk investments. This could make economies less efficient or productive over time. Increased risk of a policy error – Artificially suppressing yields causes bonds to trade outside fair value, creating bond bubbles. This is exacerbated as bond yields move deeper into negative territory, and makes it harder for central banks to perform an orderly exit from unconventional monetary policy (in other words, when market forces are more prominent again).
This makes broader financial markets increasingly prone to shocks. Exacerbating income and wealth inequalities as some households see no benefit from lower interest rates – Small savers and those with limited borrowings or assets will feel the pinch from lower rates, without benefitting from lower borrowing costs. Meanwhile, asset rich households can benefit from rising asset prices. Justin Scattini is an authorised representative (no 427053) of Ord Minnett Ltd, AFS licence 237121. He can be contacted on 5430 4444. This article contains general financial advice only and does not consider your personal circumstances; you should determine its suitability to you. Before acquiring a financial product you should consider the relevant product disclosure statement. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
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IF YOU GO STAYING THERE: Located on the Brisbane River, Mantra South Bank boasts water and city views, plus all the mod-cons you would expect including a bar, heated lap pool and spa, gym and secure parking. The hotel offers stylish hotel rooms, studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments. We opted for the one-bedroom cityview apartment, which sleeps three people and offers stunning views from the private balcony. South Bank’s alfresco cafes and bars are also located a short one-minute walk from the hotel. The stay and save package, valid until March 31, 2020, is a great way to experience all that the hotel and Brisbane has on offer – stay five nights or more and save up to 20 per cent. Visit matrahotels.com/mantra-south-bank-brisbane.
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PLAYING THERE: Located in the Queensland Museum, SparkLab is an interactive science, technology, engineering and maths space that the kids will love. With more than 40 exhibits, it will bring out the inner scientist in just about anyone. Admission is $15.50 for adults and $12.50 for children aged five to 15. Tip: SparkLab has timed entry and it’s best to prepurchase your tickets online. Visit sparklab.qm.gov.au.
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he smell of incense and scented candles gently tickles my nose. Lemongrass, lavender and lime – a heady mixture conjuring thoughts of exotic locations and serene moments. High above, the sun is shining, the sky blue. Chirping birds perched in the rich-green canopy of trees, and the steady hum of shoppers enjoying the first day of spring, create a blissful soundtrack. I’m strolling through the Young Designers Market (YDM), which takes over South Bank’s popular foodie hub, Little Stanley Street, on the first Sunday of each month to showcase some of Brisbane’s best up-and-coming designers. A wall of quirky and colourful prints captures my attention. They are the works of Fox and Doll Baby’s De Shan – just one of the talented artists on show. The YDM is a visual feast of interesting characters, handcrafted jewellery and original art, and its vibe spills into the adjacent Stanley Street where the white tent stalls of the Collective Markets span the plaza. These stallholders are South Bank regulars and take over the thriving centre each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. From shopping to dining, there is so much to uncover at the popular parklands precinct and spring is the ideal time to make the drive south from the Sunshine Coast. We base ourselves at the Mantra South Bank due to its
central location and stylish rooms, many which offer views across to the river and city beyond. There is nothing quite like sitting on a balcony, champagne in hand, and taking in the bright city lights after a busy day of exploring. And this is exactly what we plan to do on this weekend getaway – immerse ourselves in the many experiences on offer. Mere metres from the glass doors of the Mantra building, we discover dozens of alfresco-style eateries and bars to enjoy long, relaxed lunches. The hotel also provides a gateway to Brisbane’s Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum, Maritime Museum and the green expanse of the parklands complete with beach-style lagoon. It is the museum’s SparkLab that takes our fancy on this Sunday afternoon and we meander along the bougainvillealined walkway, taking in the beautiful sights and sunshine, towards our destination. We easily spend a couple of hours in the interactive science centre, my husband and I enjoying the experience as much as our five-year-old son. It is the ideal combination of learning and fun, and an affordable outing. Exiting into the sunshine, we consider our options for the remainder of the day – swimming, a river cruise, picnic in the park or settling into one of the waterfront restaurants. With so much to do, a visit to South Bank will not disappoint.
The Queensland Maritime Museum is staffed by a group of volunteers who live and breathe maritime history. Boat lovers will enjoy exploring the collection of vessels, marine engines and nautical equipment. Entry is $16 for adults and $7 for children. Visit maritimemuseum.com.au. Streets Beach is a must during the warmer months. As Australia’s only inner-city man-made beach, it features a lagoon surrounded by white sand. The kids will also love the interactive water-play park, Aquativity. EATING THERE: With dozens of stylish eateries scattered through South Bank, it can be difficult to narrow the choices down. Here are some of our favourites. Italian foodie favourite Salt Meats Cheese is located at Mantra South Bank and offers alfresco dining. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and dishes up authentic Italian fare in beautiful, modern surrounds. There is also a stylish bar. Tip: try the crab tagliolini – delish! Sunshine Coast Asian street-food fave Junk has established itself along the popular Little Stanley Street and serves up a blend of Thai, Japanese and Korean flavours in a casual indoor/ outdoor setting. Stokehouse Q boasts unparalleled river views and contemporary fare. It’s located on Sidon Street. For more visit visitsouthbank.com.au.
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Conditions apply: Prices are per person twin share ex AUS in AUD unless otherwise speciﬁed, in lead cabin categories where applicable. Prices are correct as at 15 Aug 19 & are subject to change without notice & availability at time of booking. Seasonal surcharges & single supplements may apply, & prices may vary due to currency ﬂuctuations & changes to taxes & surcharges. Advertised price is inclusive of all discounts & savings. Offers valid until 30 Sep 19, unless sold out prior. Valid for new bookings only & not combinable with any other offers unless otherwise speciﬁed. Flight offers are subject to availability ex BNE/SYD/MEL & based on an airline of Scenic’s choice. Airfares must be booked through Scenic. Any requests outside of the tour dates may incur seasonal surcharges as enforced by the airline. Airline/ Airport taxes up to $270pp included. ^PARTNER FLIGHTS INCLUDED INCLUDING TAXES: Book & deposit on selected journeys for two people travelling together & receive one return airfare including taxes. Offer is based on SYD/MEL/BNE departures. Surcharge will apply for ADL/PER & other ports. +EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: Price includes Early Payment Discount of $300pp where full payment is due by 31 Oct 2019, & Travellers Choice exclusive bonus discount of $125pp. EASTERN CANADA & USA EXPLORER: Prices & offers based on TTUN210520. ICONS OF WESTERN CANADA & ALASKA CRUISE: Prices & offers based on RPCL250420. A non-refundable deposit of $1,000pp is due within 7 days of booking. Further conditions may apply. Booking, credit card & cancellation fees may apply. ATAS No. A10430.
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TAHINI ONE-POT PASTA
HEALTHY EATING TIPS
This dairy- and sugar-free recipe from the team at Mayverâ€™s is a great one for the family to cook together. All Mayverâ€™s products, which include tahini, peanut butters and almond spreads, are made from 100 per cent Australian ingredients. Leading dietitian Susie Burrell says itâ€™s important to include the kids in the kitchen to encourage healthy eating choices at a young age. Here are her three mum hacks on how to get picky eaters to eat more fruit and veg. Tip 1: Involve them in cooking and baking healthy treats. Tip 2: Have a fun activity looking at all the different types of fruit and vegies and holding your own taste test. Tip 3: Pack delicious and healthy on-the-go snacks. I recommend making your own sandwich and toast bars with a range of toppings and spreads.
INGREDIENTS â€˘ 200g pasta â€˘ 1 cup cherry tomatoes â€˘ Â˝ cup passata â€˘ 10 basil leaves â€˘ 5 sundried tomatoes â€˘ 5 olives â€˘ 1 tbsp fired oregano â€˘ 2 tbsp nutritional yeast â€˘ 2 tbsp Mayverâ€™s tahini â€˘ Â˝ red onion chopped â€˘ 1 tsp miso paste â€˘ 1 tsp coconut sugar â€˘ 1 tsp tamari â€˘ 1 â€“ 2 cups water â€˘ 2 tbsp almond feta (for topping) METHOD Place all ingredients in a pot and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly to ensure the pasta doesnâ€™t stick to the bottom of the pan. Cook until the pasta has absorbed all the liquid. If more water is required, add more until cooked. Mayverâ€™s creates the tastiest, healthiest 100 per cent natural nut spreads that kids canâ€™t get enough of. Available at Coles, Woolworths and health food stores. For more recipe inspiration visit mayvers.com.au/recipe-book.
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MY TIME FOOD FEATURE
LUNCH ON THE RUN Always on the go and never have time to make a healthy lunch? Purchase any soup, salad or sandwich for your lunch and receive a 300ml soft drink for only $1. Open 365 days, 6am – midnight! Caloundra Night Owl 5491 8624 nightowl.com.au
COFFEE, CRAFT BEER AND COCKTAILS Relax and take in the views and enjoy breakfast and lunch seven days. This funky cafe and bar has something for everyone with its huge menu, coffee, fresh juices, smoothies, cheeky cocktails and local craft beer on tap. Pop in for dinner Friday and Saturday nights. The Bunker Coffee and Bar 5491 3007 facebook.com/Thebunkercoffeeandbar
SUCCULENT GREEK LAMB A new menu and a new look, The Waves has something for everyone. Try the Greek lamb salad with marinated lamb loin served on charred pita bread with salad, hummus, cucumber, feta, sundried tomato, roasted capsicum, and tzatziki for $24.50. The Waves Club 5491 1961 thewavescaloundra.com
A CHINWAG WITH CHEESE Having lunch out with your bestie is always a treat. Share the house cheese platter, baked Camembert platter or cheese fondue bowl. Mention this ad for 15 per cent off. Bookings encouraged. Red Hot Chilli Pepper 5491 8870 redhotchillipepper.com.au p pp
Whether you are in a hurry and need a quick bite to eat or feel like hitting the town for a stylish night out, Caloundra has dining options for all. With spectacular ocean views or cosy twilight street settings, sharing a meal with friends and family in Caloundra will become one of your favourite things to do.
bag! GOOD FOOD, NO RUBBISH Source Bulk Foods is full of delicious pantry staples as well as yummy chocolates and snacks galore. This week’s special offer: spend $30 dollars in store and receive a jute bag for FREE – you must mention the code word: MWP. Source Bulk Foods 5491 1579 facebook.com/ thesourcebulkfoodscaloundra
IN THE MARKET FOR SOME FUN? Every Sunday from 8am to 1pm, Caloundra main street hosts the lively markets. Featuring 100 unique stalls, enjoy fresh local food and produce, fresh juices, breakfast, lunch and delicious treats. Caloundra Street Fair 5492 5977 caloundrastreetfair.com.au
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LUNCH, WINE AND WATER VIEWS Enjoy a two-course lunch for $39, or a three-course lunch for $50 with one of the best views on the Sunshine Coast. Add a glass of wine or beer for $5. Available every day. Tides Waterfront 5438 2304 tideswaterfront.com.au
AS FRESH AS IT GETS Home cooking at its best! Enjoy beautiful breakfasts, hearty burgers, roast rolls, gourmet sandwiches and more. Indulge in a sweet treat with a First Batch Coffee. Ask them to cater for your next luncheon or breakfast. Little Red Hen Cafe Co. 5325 1470 facebook.com/littleredhencafeco
GREAT VALUE AND VIEWS FOR DAYS Visit Monday to Wednesday and treat yourself to a $20 lunch including a glass of wine, beer or soft drink. Delicious fish, chips and salad, beef burgers and chips or an avocado and haloumi salad. Sandbar Caloundra 5491 0800 sandbarcaloundra.com.au My Weekly Preview | September 6, 2019 39
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VIRGO (AUG 24-SEP 23)
LIBRA (SEP 24-OCT 23)
SCORPIO (OCT 24-NOV 22)
Under the influence of the full moon, it’s a wonderful week to resolve a relationship issue. Plus, with the sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars all visiting your sign, it’s a fortuitous time to formulate a new plan involving a personal matter or work project.
The full moon highlights physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, plus your humanitarian side, so it’s time to nurture yourself and help others. Find a cause you believe in and contribute your talents and lend your support in creative and compassionate ways.
You’ve got the power this week as Mercury and the sun boost your magnetism and motivation. Concentration and determination are strong as you dive into a problem or cause and use your persuasive personality to bring others onside.
SAGITTARIUS (NOV 23-DEC 21)
CAPRICORN (DEC 22-JAN 20)
AQUARIUS (JAN 21-FEB 19)
PISCES (FEB 20-MAR 20)
Relations with colleagues and/or family members will be lively – and rather unpredictable. When it comes to an exciting project at home or work, do your best to strike a happy medium between being spontaneous and being slapdash.
Capricorns are usually incredibly careful and considered. Not this week, as mighty Mars revs up your latent impulsive streak (especially when it comes to travel and adventure). It’s a wonderful week to go on a grand adventure.
Avoid jumping to conclusions, Aquarius. There’s more to a situation than meets the eye. Look for the facts beneath the surface, be patient and do all the research that is required before you approach people or proceed with projects.
Resist the tendency to avoid issues, Pisces! It’s a good week to take a look at your goals and get cracking on projects that point you in a new direction. Friday’s full moon highlights balancing independent endeavours and committed relationships.
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7. Which country is the second-largest producer of uranium? 8.The Hass (or Haas) is the most popular cultivar of which fruit? 9. What is the capital city of Haiti? 10. What is the highest mountain in Japan?
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LEO (JUL 24-AUG 23) Tuesday looks rather tricky, when nebulous Neptune scrambles signals and confuses communication. Don’t accept information at face value or believe everything you hear. Take the time to do some solid fact-checking before you respond.
CROSSWORD: Across: 1 Saintpaulia 9 Approve 10 Brash 11 Idle 12 Freakish 14 Apathy 16 Reveal 18 Coolness 19 Fall 22 Thigh 23 Ovation 24 Christopher Down: 2 Appal 3 Nook 4 Poetry 5 Unbiased 6 Imagine 7 Vatican City 8 The Holy Land 13 Shanghai 15 Abolish 17 Escort 20 Abide 21 Carp
When it comes to your aspirations for the future, you’re full of dreams and schemes, but avoid letting optimism lead you up the primrose path to trouble. There is the possibility of being deceived, so if something looks too good to be true, walk away.
QUIZ: 1. Donald Duck 2. Marvel Comics 3. Adam and Eve 4. Thomas Edison 5. Guy Ritchie 6. Muhammad Ali and George Foreman 7. Canada 8. Avocado 9. Port-au-Prince 10. Mount Fuji
CANCER (JUN 22-JUL 23)
It’s a great week to do some research, work out a puzzle, solve a problem or find something that’s been lost. Home life is highlighted as you get creative around the house, tackle a DIY project or catch up with family members.
WORD STEP: TRICK TRUCK TRUCE TRACE GRACE GLACE
GEMINI (MAY 22-JUN 21)
The focus is on friends – how to find them, nurture them and keep them. Your motto for the moment is from birthday great Roald Dahl: “Good friends are like stars. You can’t always see them twinkle but you know they are always there.”
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With the full moon highlighting your humanitarian side, it’s time to re-connect with others, roll up your sleeves and help those around you. Issues from the past could arise as unresolved matters surface and demand to be addressed.
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We put you first ALEXANDRA HEADLAND ’AQUARIUS RESORT’ 35/140 ALEXANDRA PARADE
OFFERS OVER $685,000
Very Spacious Beach Front Apartment Positioned perfectly opposite the beach and short walk to parks, cafes, restaurants & transport. • Wide ocean views • Apartment is 141m2 (including balconies) • Master bedroom has very large ensuite with spa bath • Open plan kitchen, with plenty of cupboard & bench space • 3 balconies off both bedrooms and living area • Ducted air conditioning • Fully furnished • Positioned in the north east corner of the building • Double car space in basement with roller door Complex facilities include pool & spa, BBQ, on-site managers & Intercom for security. INSPECT Saturday 7th September 1 - 1.30 pm FIRST NATIONAL COASTAL 07 5443 3377 SHANE PURSSELL 0402 012 142 WEB www.firstnationalcoastal.com.au
Beerwah - 5494 6444 Caloundra - 5438 2166
Kuluin - 5446 6186
NAMBOUR/ BURNSIDE 32 TRAMLINE RISE
WAS $440,000 NOW $429,500 EACH
House Size Duplex, Buy One Buy Both This is a stand out property with amazing hinterland views. 12 month old Duplex as brand new. Two different floor plans, with Linea board, skillion roof giving a coastal feel. Each side has 3 Bed, 2 Bath DLUG, open plan, stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances, ensuite, timber look floors and out door alfresco areas-one with a deck. This is perfect for an owner occupier to enter the market or an investor to secure a great investment with two rents. Currently rented for $430 and $410pw with the second unit increasing up to $440pw once renewed. INSPECT Friday 6th September 4 - 4.45pm FIRST NATIONAL LIFESTYLE SIPPY DOWNS 5450 1515 CHRIS PULLEN 0434 449 455 WEB www.fnlifestyle.com.au
Maroochydore - 5443 3377 Mooloolaba - 5444 0800 Nambour - 5441 1344 Sippy Downs - 5450 1515
3/72 Burnett Street, Buderim www.primepropertysunshinecoast.com.au
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LANDSBOROUGH, 19 Calderwood Road If you’re after genuine dual living at its best, look no further than this stunning acreage property bordering Dularcha National Park in historic Landsborough. Situated on over two acres of lush grounds it features two separate and beautifully renovated homes, large garage, artist studio and tranquil eco-pond. 42 My Weekly Preview | September 6, 2019
• Main house comprises of four bedrooms including master with a brand new ensuite • 2 bedroom cottage with gorgeous kitchen and brand new bathroom, perfect for guests • Dedicated artist’s/recording studio containing a kitchenette, toilet and undercover patio
OPEN Saturday 9.30-10am AUCTION Saturday 14th September 3pm
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22 Mackenzie Drive. North facing waterfront lifestyle. Downstairs an innovative, free ﬂowing ﬂoor plan combines the kitchen, dining and living areas with two exterior, entertaining areas. The large combined, dining and living space will accommodate the largest of families and lounges, is beautifully illuminated and offers stunning views to the outdoor areas, pool and lake. • The large, kitchen has been ﬁnished with quality joinery and stone bench tops. High-spec Bosch appliances include dishwasher, gas cooktop and wall oven. There’s plenty of bench and cupboard space plus every entertainers lifesaver, a walk-in butler’s pantry. • The upstairs master bedroom wows with its stunning lake vistas, large walk in robe, and airy and stylish ensuite featuring his and her vanity, separate shower and, separate toilet. • The upstairs living area is spacious enough to use as a media room or kids breakout area. A balcony with stunning views over the lake, perfect for a chill out on a daybed and a good book.
Open House Saturday 11 - 11.30
Open House Saturday 12.00 - 12.30 & 2.30 - 3.00
Contact Agent Today!
6 Bedarra Cct. Recently completed & ready for inspection!
46 Sunrise Drive. Stunning, north facing water views!
This home’s insightful design promotes space and natural light ﬂow throughout. Accommodation extends to three bedrooms, two living areas plus a study, space for the whole family to enjoy. • Upstairs the master bedroom is light and airy making. Finished with a generous walk in robe and ensuite that features plenty of storage space, stylish double vanity, large shower and separate toilet. • With ducted air-conditioning throughout the home you will enjoy year round comfort. • The kitchen offers a great work space and is sure to impress those who enjoy cooking. A double storey void ampliﬁes this spaciousness, encouraging even more natural light to ﬂow in. • The outdoor entertaining area is a canvas to turn into whatever you desire. Like entertaining? BBQ with ease. If you like gardening there is scope for a herb garden or even a landscaped oasis.
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.
392m2 Lakefront Homesite
Call Dallas Butt on 0418 953 753 or Penny on 0434 006 144 S U N S H I N EC OV E R E A LT Y.C O M * Images & Illustrations are presented for display purposes only.
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PURPOSE BUILT FOR DUAL LIVING
5 CAR 6,292m2
19 BURTONS ROAD, BRIDGES/YANDINA 4561 Originally built in 1990, the brick house boasts a complete renovation and has been purpose built to allow two families to live under the same roof in complete harmony. The most substantial end features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, open plan living & separete family room. With muliple outdoor entertaining areas complete with built-in brand new BBQ. The second part of the house is separated by the remote garage and has two built-in bedrooms, bathroom with separete shower & toilet, open-plan living area & it’s own outdoor fenced area. Great for an Air BNB, Elder relative or young family.
• 4 Bedrooms in the main house • 2 Built-in bedrooms in the flat • Completely refurbished throughout • Genuine dual living under the same roof • Choice of living areas inside & out • Brand new built-in BBQ, bore and fruit trees • 15 x 10m Shed, Green house, 8kW Solar
5446 7699 www.yandinarealty.com.au
Inspect September 7th & 21st 10-10.30am Price Expressions of interest over 1.2 million
JAN KIRBY 0418 791 004 firstname.lastname@example.org KATE HENDERSON 0458 060 757 email@example.com
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YOUR LAND SPECIALISTS BLI BLI 59A Willis Road
Glenfinnan Estate, 137 Glenfinnan Court
SOLD SOLD SOLD
9 - 11 Dunbar Court
Lot 1/ 157 Burnett Street
Lot 4/ 157 Burnett Street
23 Caroline Crescent
12 Barralong Court
41a Coolum View Terrace
58 Martins Creek Road
SOLD SOLD SOLD
BAUPLE Lot 94 Deephouse Rd 5043 sqm
CHEVALLUM 247 Dales Road 4 Ha
COOLUM Coolum Crest, 63 Yungar Street Lot 1
Lot 8 Lot 9
617 sqm 617 sqm
Contact Agent Contact Agent
GLENVIEW Lot 4 Leeding Road 14.41 Ha
PALMVIEW 27 Potts Street
Kia Ora, 84 Taylors Road
Rainforest Retreat, Meads Road Lot 1
MOOLOOLAH VALLEY 12 Songbird Place 8894 sqm $499,000 MOUNTAIN CREEK 7 Petrel Crescent 600 sqm
PALMWOODS 17 Citron Place
8 Banksia Place
14 Banksia Place
COOLUM BEACH 15 Fauna Terrace 827 sqm Over $750,000
18 Banksia Place
SOLD SOLD SOLD
VALDORA 46-52 Karnu Drive
Lot 10 15 Fauna Terrace
600 sqm 827sqm
Contact Agent Over $750,000
Stage One, Diddillibah Rise Stage Two, Diddillibah Rise Lot 4
SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD
47 Petrie Creek Lot 3
Everton Place, 15 Everton Place Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5
6,010 sqm 6,539 sqm 1.82 Ha 6,001 sqm 6,010 sqm
$530,000 $520,000 $515,000
WOOMBYE Plantation Rise, 39 Woombye Palmwoods Road Lot 1
Rosemount Crest, 175 Paynters Creek Rd Lot 1
* Indicates Duplex lot
* Indicates House and land
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10-55 River Esplanade, MOOLOOLABA
SUNRISES & SAILBOATS ENJOY THE PERFECT RIVERFRONT LIFESTYLE. This large unit is bright & sunny and attracts welcoming breezes. Ideal for a holiday home or your permanent address • Absolute river front in quiet area of River Esp • 2 mins walk to Beachfront Shopping & Surf Club • Rooftop with large enclosed area with wet bar • Capturing 180 degree harbour views • LOW BODY CORPORATE FEES.
PRICE Offers Over $1,150,000 VIEW Saturday 7th & Wednesday 11th 12-12.30pm CONTACT Jean Hamer 0419 034 500 Suzanne Annabel 0411 106 791
KINGS BEACH LUXURY LIVING The final residence in this complex is on the market and interested buyers will need to be quick to secure the last opportunity to live in this beachside enclave. The new, luxury townhouse totals over 330m2 of living space. It features stunning contemporary finishes and lift access to all levels. This home includes a designer kitchen with butler’s pantry, double oven and wine fridge. A lavish master suite with walk-in robe and ensuite with bathtub is a highlight of the main bedroom. Numerous living zones capture sea breezes and elevated views and at the end of the day, you can enjoy sunsets over the Glass House Mountains and Pumicestone Passage.
Take advantage of our $1,000 giftcard incentive for new managements
RESIDENCE 1/25 MALTMAN STREET SOUTH, KINGS BEACH 3 bed, 2 bath, 3 car $1,375,000 Ray White Caloundra 5491 5055 Jake Mackay 0430 283 293 Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
Shop 4 Dwyer House, 256 Nicklin Way, Warana. Tel: 07 5437 8806
An ‘all inclusive’ rate 7.7% (incl gst). (T’s and C’s apply)
Why Choose Platinum Properties? ✓ We ensure a smooth transition ✓ We achieve the maximum property returns ✓ Regular routine inspections with reports ✓ Maintenance constantly monitored. ✓ Arrears controlled daily www.platinumproperties.com.au Shop 4 Dwyer House, 256 Nicklin Way, Warana T: 07 5437 8806 M: 0403 225 480 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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11 Tareel Street, Wurtulla This is the final weekend of inspecঞons before the property is sold at Aucঞon on Thursday 12th September. Do not miss this final opportunity to view and consider this solid home on a 618m2 level lot of land on beachside Wurtulla. This 1980’s block and render home must be sold.
3 Aucঞon In Rooms, Rumba Resort, Caloundra Thursday, September 12 at 11am
Tom Garland 0412 161 123
View Friday & Saturday 1-1:30pm
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Unit 15/2 Merrima Avenue, Kings Beach Situated in Caloundra’s most sought a[er beachfront complex, this stunning top floor apartment is situated right on the water’s edge at ever popular Kings Beach. • Three generous bedrooms including large master suite with ensuite • Generous balcony with amazing beach and ocean views • High ceilings and ducted reverse cycle air condiঞoning • First class fixtures and fiমngs throughout • Beauঞful grounds with oceanfront pool and BBQ area • Secure parking and li[ access
3 Aucঞon In Rooms, Rumba Resort, Caloundra Thursday, September 12 at 11am
Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
View Saturday & Sunday 12-12:30pm
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• 20 Acres, 10 cleared • Pristine setting • Dual road entry • Permanent creek • Fruit bearing trees Open for Inspection: Sunday 1-1.30pm Craig Barnby 0427 533 731 firstname.lastname@example.org
331 Highlands Rd Eudlo – $670,000 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR
• Media room plus study • 12 x 5 Meter undercover deck • 810 Meter block • Pet friendly yard
Open for Inspection: Sunday 11-11.30am Craig Barnby 0427 533 731 email@example.com
2 Hamlin Cl, Woombye – OFFERS OVER $690,000
7 Margaret St re et Pa lmwo o ds Qld 4555
Here’s a preview of hot auctions taking place on the Sunshine Coast in the next seven days:
27 HASTINGS PLACE, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, September 7 @ 2pm Define Property 5478 2477 Arthena Law 0408 884 104 33 TANTULA ROAD EAST, ALEXANDRA HEADLAND Auction on site Saturday, September 7 @ 2.30pm McGrath 5450 8000 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Carlie Penn 0417 771 702 12 FULLVIEW CRESCENT, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, September 7 @ 1pm McGrath 5450 8000 Matt Diesel 0412 053 117 44 GARDAK STREET, MAROOCHYDORE Auction on site Saturday, September 7 @ 11am McGrath 5450 8000 Glennis Schindler 0412 737 324 Carlie Penn 0417 771 702 11 TAREEL STREET, WURTULLA Auction in rooms Rumba Resort Thursday, September 12 @11am Ray White Caloundra 5491 5055 Tom Garland 0412 161 123 15/2 MERRIMA AVENUE, KINGS BEACH Auction in rooms Rumba Resort Thursday, September 12 @11am Ray White Caloundra 5491 5055 Andrew Garland 0412 161 123
Residence 1/25 Maltman Street South, Kings Beach • Final residence remains, be quick to secure the last opportunity • Brand new, luxury townhouse totalling over 330sqm of living • Stunning contemporary finishes, li[ access to all levels • Numerous living zones capture sea breezes and elevated views • Designer kitchen with butler’s pantry, double oven and wine fridge • Sunsets over the Glass House Mountains to Pumicestone Passage • Lavish master suite with walk-in robe and ensuite with bathtub
AUCTION RESULTS The easiest way to check out the latest auction results. 20/2 BRISBANE ROAD, MOOLOOLABA SOLD UNDER THE HAMMER FOR $1,030,000 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car Define Property 5478 2477 Ross Cattle 0410 625 758 17 GHOST GUM AVENUE, KULUIN Currently negotiating / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Define Property 5478 2477 Jordan Barden 0422 990 824 3/16 ARAGORN STREET, MAROOCHYDORE Currently negotiating / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Define Property 5478 2477 Amanda Morton 0475 846 626 18 STRINGYBARK ROAD, BUDERM Passed in / 4 bed, 3 bath, 6 car McGrath 5450 8000 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Matt Diesel 0412 053 117 21 TAYLOR TERRACE, MARCOOLA Passed in, under contract post auction 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Brad Reed 0419 788 625 3-5 SAINT JAMES COURT, NAMBOUR SOLD UNDER THE HAMMER FOR $595,000 4 bed, 2 bath, 3 car Young Property Group 5445 1800 Greg Young 0488 238 988
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Jake Mackay 0430 283 293
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Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
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PALMWOODS, 6 Mary Street
Stunning Queenslander In The Heart Of Palmwoods! Located just walking distance to the famous Ricks Garage, local train station, cool cafe’s and local amenities this stunning Queenslander is located right in the heart of everything Palmwoods has to offer. This stunning Queenslander has been an icon for locals in the Palmwoods area since 1910 and is seeking a new family. • Polished hardwood ﬂoors throughout • Soaring 12 foot high ceilings provide great natural light and breezes • Original timber VJ’s throughout • 3 king sized bedrooms
OPEN HOME: By Appointment VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On Site Sat 14th September 12pm AGENT: Jordan Barden 0422 990 824
BUDERIM, 27 Hastings Place
Tremendous Family Living in Timberdale Nestled into lush natural surrounds, this welcoming residence sits on arguably the best block in the exclusive Timberdale Estate - elevated, with hinterland views and beautiful bush reserve on two sides • Generous family home in private cul-de-sac location • 5 bedrooms with study/6th bed, media, rumpus and lounge • Saltwater pool, 2 decks, fenced front yard with patio • Ideal home business or dual living opportunity
OPEN HOME: Sat 7th Sept 1.30pm VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: ON SITE Sat 7th September 2pm AGENT: Athena Law 0408 884 104
MOOLOOLAH VALLEY, 79 KING ROAD
Character filled, charming home on half an acre This three-bedroom, two-bathroom open planned home, offers extensive outdoor entertaining areas. Set on just over half an acre with rolling green lawns, the fenced backyard offers two sheds and several fruit trees. • Single-level home in a family-friendly community • Air-conditioned lounge and master bedroom • Two sheds 3.4 x 4.7 & 3x6 • Large covered outdoor living & dining areas • Situated on 2,150sqm parcel
OPEN HOME: Sat 7th Sept 2-2.30pm VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On Site Sat 21st Sept 12pm AGENT: Amanda Morton 0475 846 626
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
OPEN HOME: Sat 7th Sept 10-10.30am VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au PRICE: $800,0000 AGENT: Ross Cattle 0410 625 758
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PANORAMIC OCEAN VIEWS FROM YOUR PRIVATE OASIS 87b Glenmount Road, Mons Boasting a magniﬁcent picturesque setting, this private family residence showcasing panoramic views will leave you captivated. Surrounded by lush natural landscape, this stunning elevated home offers a magical acreage lifestyle yet minutes to all the Coast has to offer. A superb open plan layout and ﬂoorplan facilitates versatility and excellent separation of living. Designed for effortless, low maintenance living, this is your opportunity to make this enchanting home your own - call today!
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Price: Interest from low to mid $1 million Inspect: Saturday 7th September 11-11.30am Karen Jones 0405 122 526
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AUCTION BEST VALUE – MOOLOOLABA RIVERFRONT – MUST BE SOLD! 53 Neerim Drive, Mooloolaba MOOLOOLABA’S BEST BUY OF 2019 - This stunning residence with breathtaking panoramic river views must be SOLD. Stylish, exceptionally spacious and contemporary in design, the home blends functionality with supreme luxury living. Offering multiple indoor/outdoor living and relaxation zones, it provides the idyllic setting for waterfront living. With the owners committed elsewhere this perfectly positioned abode on the Mooloolah River with deepwater ocean access won’t last long!
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Auction: Saturday 21st September at 12pm Inspect: Saturday 7th September 1-1.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222
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MAGNIFICENT MOOLOOLABA – WALK TO EVERYTHING Trinity Beach Home #4, 1/9 Marjorie Street, Mooloolaba WALK TO THE BEACH – Perfectly positioned and luxuriously appointed, this brand new architecturally designed townhouse under builders warranty deserves your inspection. Combining the scale and feel of a home with the convenience of low maintenance beachside living, this stylish, elegant and contemporary residence offering an unparalleled lifestyle is on the market to be sold! With no body corporate fees, extremely low outgoings - $1,600pa (approx.) and stunning beaches only minutes away. Call today!
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Price: Offers from $1,149,000 Inspect: Saturday 7th September 12-12.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222
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14 Sunhaven Court, Nambour
Enjoy fantastic rental yields! Rare opportunity to secure a non-strata titled block of 3 x 2 bedroom units. • 3 x single level, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom units • 786m2 block zoned medium density residential • Each unit currently achieving $310 per week • Current rental income $930 per week • Close to Nambour Hospital, train station & CBD
Auction: Saturday 28th September 5pm @ 50 Lowe Street Nambour Inspect: Saturday 10-10.30am View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au u /20278642 Richard Krausz 0422 997 810 RE/MAX Property Sales
19-21 James Whalley Dr, Burnside
On 1740m2 of land, framed by lush organic gardens, this home showcases glorious verdant countryside views. • Quality fixtures & tasteful décor throughout • Open plan living flowing out to covered timber deck • Eco-friendly features, 6.3kW solar power • Potential to enclose underhouse for extra living • Massive variety of established fruit, herbs & greens
Inspect: Saturday 10.45-11.15am View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ u/ 20287973 Richard Krausz 0422 997 810 RE/MAX Property Sales
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ACREAGE WITH INCOME 2 Prentis Road, BLI BLI Urgent sale required for what can only be described as the best land east of the Bruce Hwy. MUST be SOLD at AUCTION or before. • Liveable house with multiple large sheds on elevated ﬂat land • Fully fenced property with town water, dam and views to the coast • Renovate what’s there or build your dream home on ﬂat land with eastern views • Comes with one shed tenanted at $350pw or total vacant possession • Offers prior welcome as it won’t be available post auction. MUST SELL!!! myweeklypreview.com.au
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BUDERIM 11 Eckersley Avenue Los Angeles sophistication fused with exemplary state of the art ﬁnishes is the result of this executive Buderim residence. Redeﬁning the bench mark, setting a precedent in high end design and quality. With an emphasis on unparralleled entertaining, there is seamless integration between internal living zones, alfresco entertaining and poolside relaxation. • Split Level Suspended Slab Brand New Residence • Expansive Indoor Living Zones • Island Kitchen With Stone Waterfall & Butlers Pantry
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• Luxuriously Appointed Ensuites To Each Bedroom • Sunken Alfresco Living With Outdoor Kitchen • 878m² Remote Gated Allotment In Dress Circle Street
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A boutique development on the Coolum coast, Øceane merges sophisticated architectural design with contemporary coastal living. A rare selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, with one or two-levels, offer a diverse range of foundations for crafting your unique Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Designed by award winning architect Tim Ditchfield and nestled in one of the most sought-after areas of the Sunshine Coast, Øceane offers luxury beachside living at its finest.
To ﬁnd out more about Oceane and other exclusive projects visit: www.mbcprestige.com.au Proudly developed by
Every effort has been made to accurately describe the details of this development however this document is presented as a guide only. Artsit impressions are indicative only. Recipients are advised to undertake their own investigations to satisfy themselves as to all aspects of the development. All details were correct at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
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Lot 5, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 24/28 Egret Avenue, Woombye
LAST REMAINING LOTS Offering large parcels of land in the picturesque pocket of the ‘Montview Estate’ an incredible opportunity to purchase a variety of generously sized parcels of land that are ready to build on immediately. Lot sizes range from 800sm to 6,296sm and enjoy a quiet cul-de-sac road with an offer of delayed settlements in place which allows time for buyers to sell their own homes prior. Enjoy the ambience of rolling hills, flowering jacaranda or poinsettia trees, while being close to trendy Woombye Village, minutes to Nambour and a ten-minute drive to Maroochydore and beaches. At Montivew, children can walk to nearby schools, close to sporting ovals, netball or swimming. Catch the nearby train to Brisbane or the quick access to the Bruce Highway. Come and fall in love with what Montview Estate offers.
For Sale Low-mid $200,000’s View By Inspection Agent Craig Porter 0411 554 880 mooloolaba.ljhooker.com.au LJ Hooker Mooloolaba
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5/31 Buderim Avenue, Mooloolaba
THE ULTIMATE PENTHOUSE WITH EXCLUSIVE ROOF-TOP POOL&. 5 CAR GARAGING! Boasting over 500m2 with true 360-degree uninterrupted views reaching from Noosa around to the bay of Mooloolaba and onto the Glasshouse Mountains. A massive, private use rooftop dedicated to entertaining, including a built-in 2nd kitchen and your very own full-size in-ground swimming pool, spa, and sauna - this is truly unique and possibly unrivaled sky home in the heart of Mooloolaba and Alexandra Headland. Entertaining is made easy on the upper level due to the seamless indoor/outdoor flow onto a massive deck which faces north, capturing the winter sun and the summer breezes. These views are absolutely breathtaking and will never be built out.
Auction Saturday September 14th at 11am View Saturday September 7th at 10-10.45am Agent Craig Porter 0411 554 880 mooloolaba.ljhooker.com.au LJ Hooker Mooloolaba
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SEANNA RESIDENCES – A NEW ERA OF SOPHISTICATION
hen designing Seanna Residences, the new luxury apartment and retail development fronting Bokarina Beach, Sunshine Coast architect John Robertson, focused on creating prestigious, open-plan living with a clear remit for elegance, simplicity, functionality and making the most of ocean views. Mr Robertson, the owner of O.G.E Group, designed the residences and the retail space, which will comprise the bottom floor of the total $78-million mixed-use complex, for RGD Prestige, bringing local knowledge and more than a taste of luxury to the Coast’s newest signature property. “After living on the Coast for many years and attending Bokarina Beach primary school and Kawana High school, I was very familiar with the site,” Mr Robertson says. “I had always hoped that something visionary would be created at Bokarina Beach and that’s exactly what we’ve achieved with Seanna. RGD has gone with us on a journey to ensure a premium lifestyle product.” “This is going to be a beachfront destination. It will be a new village, new community and a new standard of architecture that is far removed from the typical boxy apartment with a narrow
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“It is about redefining the architecture on the Sunshine Coast and being a catalyst for change. The lucky residents of Seanna will bring the architecture to life. The design, light, ventilation and high standard of finishes will provide a tangible value to the quality of life for residents of Seanna.” A range of residences within Seanna will have a designated ‘beach room’ – a private courtyard-style space designed to allow residents to come home from the beach and kick off their sandy thongs and towels. The complex will be made up of three buildings connected by landscaped walkways, providing additional light and outstanding ventilation.
AT A GLANCE balcony tacked on. Seanna is unique, boutique and very special.” Upon completion, Seanna will be an eight-storey residential and retail hub with 14 premium three-bedroom residences with wide frontages and magnificent ocean views including some with balconies as large as 60m2. Another 35 three-bedroom and 14 two-bedroom apartments, each have home-scale rooms, views over the ocean,
water or parkland, and two car parks per apartment. There will be direct beach access from the complex. The boutique apartment development will also include upmarket retail, dining venues and a luxurious hotel style, six-metrehigh lobby. “Seanna is about quality over quantity and real homes for real people,” Mr Robertson says of his approach to design.
Seanna luxury apartments Where: Corner of Longboard Parade and Bokarina Boulevard What: Seanna Residences offers exclusive two and three-bedroom residences and penthouses, with uninterrupted views of the ocean, surrounded by two hectares of picturesque parkland and naturally vegetated dunes. Contact: 1800 952 920 Website: seannaresidences.com.au
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Located in the heart of Nambour this Building can be used for a multiple of uses under the current town plan zoning of Town Centre Frame. -537m2 under roof which includes a large awning (18x12m approx.) with 6.6m clearance height adjoining a 300 m2 (approx) Workshop • Four roller doors • Three phase power supply • Dangerous goods storage • Two separate workshop areas • 32m2 Approx. office area comprising three rooms INSPECT By Appointment AUCTION Saturday 5th October 10am FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS 5441 1344 PETER WRIGLEY 0407 374 349 WEB www.carolans.net
Located on the main thoroughfare into the Nambour CBD, this business unit provides excellent street frontage with great signage potential. Nestled amongst numerous long-standing businesses, this business unit benefits from the established shops around them. With adequate parking spaces at the rear, ample access to other businesses is provided through the street side front doors, rear glass sliding doors and roller doors. This 118sqm unit is constructed of tilt up panels and has excellent lighting and electricity to run a mechanics business. Complimented by a toilet, small kitchenette and a 4.8 m roller door this space has easily accommodated 2 car hoists in the past. INSPECT By Appointment FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS 5441 1344 PETER WRIGLEY 0407 374 349 WEB www.carolans.net
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Q & A WITH DIRK LONG – DIRECTOR EVANS LONG Habitat Development Group’s Cleighton Clark
NEW PROJECT HITS THE MARK WITH SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESSES
abitat Development Group’s $83-million mixed-use development has been given the green light by Economic Development Queensland (EDQ), with work expected to start on the project in February 2020. The proposal is for two residential towers and six small office-home office (SOHO) townhouses to be built on a 4158-square metre parcel of land in the new CBD. Habitat Development Group managing director Cleighton Clark says the threestorey SOHOs introduce a new form of mixed commercial-residential property never seen before on the Sunshine Coast. Mr Clark says the SOHOs are designed to have the efficiency of an office with the comfort of a home. “Even before we received approval for the project, we had numerous inquiries
from potential buyers about the town homes,” he says. “The Sunshine Coast has been called the entrepreneurship capital of Australia because there are more than 35,000 small businesses across the region and these SOHOs are clearly hitting the mark for operators seeking a combination of work and home in one property.” Each SOHO will have non-residential space downstairs, with street frontage, which can be used for an office, shop, food and drink outlet or other kind of business. A mezzanine level can be used for administrative or other purposes while upstairs is residential. Habitat Development Group’s project is the first approved residential development in the new Maroochydore CBD and includes 152 units across two towers. SunCentral Maroochydore chief executive officer John Knaggs says the Habitat Development Group project showcases the type of product mix and
innovation the new CBD has the capacity to deliver. “Habitat Development Group recognised early on the Maroochydore City Centre will be a place where people will want to live and work,” he says. Mr Knaggs says work started last month on the first building in the 53-hectare city centre site, with Evans Long starting construction on its eight-storey Foundation Place office building. “The major streets within stage one are now open and people can now really start to see the new city centre taking shape,” he says.
FINAL WORD Maroochydore City Centre will be a place where people will want to live and work
Q: You are building the first commercial premises in the new Maroochydore City Centre. What sort of interest have you received? A: We are 42 per cent pre-committed and have a lot of other interest now with the likes of professional service firms locally and nationally. It’s great to get some crystalisation of the project. Q: Why is a new CBD needed on the Sunshine Coast? A: If you look at global studies, the advantages of having a city centre for employment are proven facts. You get job consolidation, businesses get to feed off each other, you generally get a higher level of employment and a higher level of salary. Sitting 100 kilometres off Brisbane, the third largest city in Australia, the Sunshine Coast has the ability to grow a service industry here to complement the greater tourism, retail, technology, construction, professional services, education and health sectors we already have. Q: What’s your message to other developers that may be eyeing off the CBD? A: Do your research. There’s definitely opportunity here. Visit foundationplace.com.au
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6pm Friends. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE The AristoCats. (1970) (G) 8.05 MOVIE Oddball. (2015) (G) Shane Jacobson. 10.00 MOVIE A Few Less Men. (2017) (MA15+) Xavier Samuel.
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 The Ashes: Pre-Match. 8.00 Cricket. The Ashes. Fourth Test. England v Australia. Day 3. Morning session. 10.00 The Ashes: Lunch.
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 11.30 NCIS: New Orleans. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 11.00 Brides Of Beverly Hills. (R)
7.05pm Charlie And Lola. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Live At The Apollo. 9.15 Comedy Next Gen. 10.15 Catﬁsh: The TV Show. 10.55 Alan Davies: Life Is Pain.
7.30pm Queen Of The World. (PG) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 11.30 The Yorkshire Vet In Spring. (PG)
6pm AFL Post-Game Show. 6.30 AFL. Second qualifying ﬁnal. Brisbane Lions v Richmond. 7.00 MOVIE Grease. (1978) (PG) 9.25 MOVIE Pitch Perfect. (2012) (M)
7pm MOVIE Angry Birds. (2016) (PG) Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride. 9.00 MOVIE Jurassic Park. (1993) (PG) Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum. 11.30 Jail: Big Texas. (M)
7.30pm The Ashes: Pre-Match. 8.00 Cricket. The Ashes. Fourth Test. England v Australia. Day 4. Morning session. 10.00 The Ashes: Lunch.
6pm Scorpion. (PG) 7.00 Rugby Union. International Test. Aust v Samoa. From BankWest Stadium, Sydney. 9.30 NCIS: New Orleans. (M) 10.30 SEAL Team. (M) 11.30 NCIS: LA. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. (PG) 7.30 Kojak. (M) 9.30 Shaka Zulu. (MA15+) 11.35 Robotech: Macross Saga. (M)
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 Misanthropology: Eddie Perfect. 10.25 QI.
6pm Escape To The Country. 7.00 Border Security. 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.30 Britain’s Busiest Airport: Heathrow. (PG) 10.00 World’s Deadliest Weather: Caught On Camera.
6.10pm MOVIE Remember The Titans. (2000) (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Hacksaw Ridge. (2016) (M) Andrew Garﬁeld. 11.15 Full Custom Garage. 12.15am American Restoration.
7pm MOVIE Ghostbusters II. (1989) (PG) Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd. 9.10 MOVIE Star Trek Into Darkness. (2013) (M) Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana. 11.45 Jail: Big Texas. (M)
6pm MOVIE Kansas Raiders. (1950) (PG) 7.30 The Ashes: Pre-Match. 8.00 Cricket. The Ashes. Fourth Test. England v Australia. Day 5. Morning session.
6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) 10.30 48 Hours: NCIS. (M) 11.30 CSI: Miami. (M)
6pm Frasier. (PG) 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 Gogglebox. 10.00 To Be Advised. 11.00 Buffy The Vampire Slayer. (M)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Blackadder Goes Forth. 8.30 The Ofﬁce. 9.05 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.50 The Inbetweeners. 10.15 Peep Show.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Doc Martin. (PG) 8.30 Foyle’s War. (M) 10.30 Robbie Coltrane’s Critical Evidence. (M) 11.30 Mighty Planes.
6.30pm Storage Wars. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 American Pickers. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Fast And The Furious. (2001) (M) Paul Walker, Vin Diesel. 10.45 MOVIE Shaft. (2000) (MA15+)
6pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE RoboCop. (2014) (M) Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman. 11.00 Big Bang. (PG) 11.30 Street Outlaws. (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 New Tricks. (M) 8.40 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.40 Unforgettable. (M) 11.35 Footy Classiﬁed. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) 10.30 Motor Racing. Formula 1. Race 14. Italian Grand Prix. 11.30 CSI: Miami. (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. (PG) 9.00 Frasier. (PG) 10.00 To Be Advised.
7.30pm Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 8.40 The IT Crowd. 9.05 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.50 Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Pie In The Sky. (PG) 8.30 Mrs Brown’s Boys. (M) 11.30 Autopsy. (MA15+)
6.30pm Storage Wars. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol Special. (PG) 8.30 Towies. (PG) 9.00 Heavy Lifting. (PG) 10.00 Counting Cars. (PG) 11.00 Graveyard Carz.
6pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. (1999) (M) Mike Myers, Heather Graham, Rob Lowe. 10.30 Big Bang. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Death In Paradise. (M) 8.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot. (M) 10.55 Buried In The Backyard. (M) 11.55 Killer Couples. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 CSI: Miami. (MA15+) 9.25 CSI: Miami. (M) 10.20 My Life Is Murder. (M) 11.15 The Mentalist. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. 9.00 Russell Coight’s All Aussie Adventures. (PG) 9.30 Man With A Plan. (PG)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Good Place. 8.45 Detectorists. 9.15 Community. 9.35 The Ofﬁce. 10.00 The Young Offenders. 10.30 Green Wing.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG) 8.30 Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 11.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG)
6.30pm Storage Wars. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.00 The Simpsons. (M) 8.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 9.00 Family Guy. (M) 10.00 American Dad! (M) 11.00 Futurama.
6pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 Science Of Stupid. (M) 8.30 MOVIE In Time. (2011) (M) Justin Timberlake. 10.40 Big Bang. (PG) 11.10 Street Outlaws. (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 David Attenborough’s Life. 9.50 Weather Gone Viral. (PG) 11.50 Buried In The Backyard. (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. 10.50 NCIS. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 MOVIE Wedding Crashers. (2005) (M) 11.00 Two And A Half Men.
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 QI. 8.30 Utopia. 9.00 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.45 Diary Of An Uber Driver. 10.15 Schitt’s Creek. 10.35 Schitt’s Creek.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Father Brown. (M) 8.30 A Touch Of Frost. (M) 10.45 Mighty Planes. 11.45 Medical Emergency. (PG)
6.30pm Storage Wars. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE 2 Fast 2 Furious. (2003) (M) Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Eva Mendes. 10.45 MOVIE New Jack City. (1991) (MA15+) Ice-T.
6pm The Middle. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 Big Bang. (M) 8.00 Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Rocky IV. (1985) (PG) Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire. 10.25 MOVIE Rocky V. (1990) (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 MOVIE Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves. (1991) (M) Kevin Costner, Alan Rickman. 10.25 MOVIE Trading Places. (1983) (M) Dan Aykroyd.
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. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 Will & Grace. (PG) 10.00 To Be Advised. 10.30 Funny Girls. 11.00 Will & Grace.
with MWP’s man in the water
Guest surf reporter here and having just got back from a trip across this wide brown land of ours, I’m happy to report there’s not a lot of surf in northern Australia, but I know what you’re thinking: tell us something we don’t know. Actually, I had a body surf at Cable Beach in Broome and had I had a mal – could have actually caught a couple of waves. As for around here this weekend, the forecast is saying a low could be forming off the northern New South Wales coast and if so, we will see plenty of wind and hopefully some swell to go along with it, but I’m not confident when it will arrive. Enjoy if it does eventuate.
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