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the Hinterland

EXPERIENCE THE CHARACTER With all its country character and charm, Kenilworth Hotel offers a friendly relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a drink, a meal and a stayover in a traditional Australian country pub. The Hotel is easily located in the main street of Kenilworth. Kenilworth Hotel in the heart of town is a welcome meeting place for locals and visitors alike. They can cater for anything from intimate dinners for two, to small functions, weddings and tour groups.

The township of Kenilworth lies in the picturesque upper Mary Valley, just a 90-minute drive north of Brisbane and a short drive west of Noosa - Eumundi. "Route 22" is the most scenic drive on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland and Kenilworth Hotel is the perfect place to unwind for lunch, dinner or just a cup of coffee. With ample parking and Secure Bike Storage, it's the perfect place for a stayover.

Kenilworth has long been famous for its cheese and yoghurt and these days has a fine reputation as host to a range of annual festivals, rallies, rides and treks. A courtesy bus is available on Friday and Saturday nights with a booking 07 5446 0206. For more information and to stay up to date with the current events at the Kenilworth Hotel visit http:// www.kenilworthhotel.com.au/. ●

The Kenilworth Hotel is the perfect place to unwind with a meal.

COORAN’S ART EXTRAVAGANZA THIS WEEKEND

backdrop to the art works. The exhibition will take place at 19 venues in King Street, Cooran and be a real collaboration between local businesses, artists and the community.

6-7 July

Visitors can take their time meandering along the street to discover art works down alleyways, hung against colourful walls and in gardens, shops, houses and community spaces and stop off to enjoy the good food and local fare. Organiser Mia Hacker said the exhibition was all about local businesses supporting artists and artists supporting local business. Artists involved this year include Jim Martin, Jandamarra Cadd, Lew Brennan and Michelle Kurth.

The event will this year kick off with the Bendigo Bank Meet the Artists Opening Night being held at 6pm at Hinterland Restaurant and the Cooran Hall providing an opportunity to 'meet and greet' with artists before the weekend long exhibition which concludes on 5pm on Sunday 7 July. To become a member of Tall Trees Inc or for more information on this year's exhibition, contact Mia Hacker on 0437 721 966 or check out www.talltreesart.com ●

For a unique country pub experience close to the coast located in the beautiful mary valley only 30 minute drive from the Coast along the scenic route 22 *New signature smoke pack bbq menu home made traditional american bbq hand made rubs and sauces

OPENING NIGHT: HINTERLAND RESTAURANT 16 King St, Cooran

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Cooran's annual Art extravaganza - the Tall Trees Art Exhibition is on again this weekend from 5-7 July showcasing the diverse talents of Cooran and surrounding hinterland artists. Now in its tenth year the Tall Trees Art Exhibition continues to bring new interest to the exhibition due to generous donations and a talented team of curators and art connoisseurs and a backdrop of quirky and interesting buildings which add flavour to act as a

Phone: (07) 5446 0206 18 Elizabeth Street, Kenilworth, Queensland, 4574 General Enquiries: kenilworthhotel@bigpond.com www.kenilworthhotel.com.au

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