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TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN 1354, 4 JUNE 2013

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‘Goat Track’ could re-open by August

The Tamborine Mountain-Canungra Road – known as the Goat Track – could be re-opened as early as August. Work began last week on reconstructing the section that was severely damaged during ex-cyclone Oswald in January, resulting in the road’s closure for the past four months. Following an inspection of the road, State Member for Beaudesert, Jon Krause, said the anticipated completion date was subject to weather conditions and any issues arising during construction work. Full report Page 4.

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Notorious bend the scene of second fatal accident P OLICE have renewed their call for drivers to take care, particularly during wet weather, following a car accident last week which claimed the life of a 19-year-old Tamborine university student. Amy Abrahams was killed around 8am on Wednesday when she lost control of her car on a bend of the Tamborine Mountain Road and slid sideways, slamming into a tree. The sole occupant of the vehicle, Amy died at the scene and it took 40 minutes before the crew from the Tamborine Mountain Fire and Rescue service could recover her body from the mangled wreckage. The accident occurred at the same spot where a truck driver was killed in October 2005. The police Forensic Crash Unit is investigating the accident, but light rain which contributed to a slippery road surface is believed to have been a factor

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in the accident. On the day before Amy’s death, another vehicle had left the road and finished up just a short distance from the tree which has now been involved in two fatalities. The driver was not injured in this accident. Nearby residents describe the bend, which carries just a single warning arrow, as a “deceptive piece of road” which over the years has been the site of numerous accidents. Amy Abrahams was a former Tamborine Mountain College prefect, and her death has rocked the close-knit school community, as well as colleagues at the Tamborine Mountain Pharmacy where she worked part-time while studying pharmacy at Griffith University. College principal, June Melbourne, has paid tribute to a student who was “an excellent role model and an inspiration to all” (see page 3).

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‘She was an inspiration to all’ VALE AMY ABRAHAMS 8.06.93 ~ 29.05.13

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MY Abrahams joined Tamborine Mountain College in Year 9, 2008. She moved from Cairns to pursue her love and passion in equestrian. It was this interest that helped develop the college’s equestrian team that won many events and actually took out the State Championships – Eventing in 2011. It was the recognition of this equestrian skill that resulted in the Pierre de Coubertin Award and the Professor Jack Walton Sportsperson of the Year Award. Amy was a prefect and sports captain in her final year. She was an excellent role model and an inspiration to all – always hard-working, dedicated, polite and helpful. She was recognised academically with guaranteed admission to Griffith University and was following a career into pharmacy. At the college Year 12 formal, held at the Palazzo Versace, Amy was absolutely stunning. She was beautiful inside and out. To lose a young person with so much to live for is tragic. Life gone in an instant, due to a car accident in wet conditions on a lonely country road. Our deepest sympathy goes out to her family and friends. Amy will be missed and never forgotten. Her

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ORK began last week on reconstructing the section of road that was severely damaged during excyclone Oswald in January, resulting in its closure for the past four months. State Member for Beaudesert, Mr Jon Krause, said the anticipated completion date was subject to weather conditions and any issues arising during construction work. The road is a vital link between Tamborine Mountain and Canungra and its closure has caused considerable disruption and inconvenience for businesses, workers, Army personnel and school students. “I understand the importance of the road to the residents of Canungra and Tamborine Mountain and immediately following its closure I ensured Main

Roads got on with the job of fixing it as quickly as possible,” said Mr Krause. “I was on site with Main Roads South Coast Region Director, Paul Noonan, and contractor CMC last week. After completion of geological testing and investigation over the past months, design work for the road reconstruction has been completed, and it was fantastic to see work under way. “The re-constructed road will have the same configuration as before, but will be built on rock base. Previously the road was built on black soil. The design aims to minimize the risk of the road slipping in the future. An enormous amount of soil and rock will be moved as part of the reconstruction,” said Mr Krause who thanked Main Roads for their work and local residents for their patience.

GET READY TO SHOW YOUR STUFF! HE 2013 TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN SHOW may be four Tthosemonths away, but now is the time to start planning entries and get planting, painting, photographing or crafting. This year’s show will be held for one day only on Saturday, September 21, and while last year’s star turn, celebrity gardener Don Burke may be a hard act to follow, show organisers are keeping secret the identity of this year’s celebrity guest. The addition of a People’s Choice Award, with a

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prizewinner in each section, means showgoers can nominate their favourite entries. The winning Tamborine Mountain local landscape in the photography section will not only win a prize but also be featured on the front cover of the 2014 pavilion schedule. If you would like to volunteer to help at the Tamborine Mountain Show this year or have sponsorship enquiries, contact Amanda Thorley on email tamborineshow@hotmail.com.


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HE largest structures ever created by any species of animal, are not huge human building projects. They are the coral reefs built by generations of millions of tiny coral polyps, and the largest of these reefs is the Great Barrier Reef off the Queensland coast. Corals are animals, which belong to the class Anthozoa. The individual coral polyps are radially symmetrical invertebrates, with soft tubular bodies, which range in size from 3mm to 56mm. They have a central mouth, which both ingests food into the stomach, and expels waste after digestion. The mouth is surrounded by tentacles, which are used to catch prey and for defence. The tentacles contain nematocysts (stinging cells); each nematocyst cell consists of a coiled thread under pressure, with a barbed end and a sac of toxin. A touch will trigger the ejection of the barbed coil, and toxin will be injected to kill or paralyse prey, or to discourage predators. Reef building: Coral polyps extract calcium carbonate from sea water to build a calciferous case around themselves. As they grow they build upon this base, and when they die their case forms the foundation for the next polyp. Communication: Although polyps are individuals they live in a co-ordinated colony, which utilises hormones, electrochemical discharges and light to form a sophisticated web of communication. Reproduction: About 25 per cent of corals are male or female and may live in single sex colonies, but the majority of corals are hermaphrodite (both male and female) Coral can reproduce asexually, in which case a polyp divides buds or fragments to

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The Chief Executive Officer Scenic Rim Regional Council PO Box 25 BEAUDESERT QLD 4285 Attn: RE:

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DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION BY TELSTRA CORPORATION LTD FOR A DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR A TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITY AT 16–24 WITCHES CHASE, NORTH TAMBORINE SCENIC RIM REGIONAL COUNCIL FILE REFERENCE: MC.Bd213/00005

I wish to make a submission against the above development application based on the following grounds and supporting facts and circumstances: The proposed telecommunications tower is of a scale, form and intensity that conflicts with the provisions of the Tamborine Mountain Zone, Rural Character Precinct and the Desired Environmental Outcomes of the Beaudesert Shire Planning Scheme 2007, which specifically seek to protect the landscape character and scenic amenity of Witches Chase and Tamborine Mountain more generally

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Tamborine Mtn Police News by Senior Constable Scott Guerin, North Tamborine Police

ECENTLY Police, Fire-Rescue and Ambulance crews attended the scene of a fatal single vehicle traffic crash on Tamborine Mountain Road at Tamborine, where a young lady well known on the Mountain unfortunately lost her life. The staff at this Police station (the majority of whom attended the scene) would like to offer their sincere condolences to her many friends, family and loved ones. At this time the cause of this tragic incident is still under investigation by the Forensic Crash Unit and further information in relation to this crash is not available. I know I go on about road safety almost at every opportunity, but I ask again for motorists please to drive safely, drive to the conditions at the time, at the speed limit, and to do everything you can to limit the risks whilst on the roads. Sadly I concede that even if we do everything possible and correctly, sometimes the outcome can still be not as we had wished. NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER Gwenda has asked me to inform readers that the Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter will no longer be hand delivered to individual home letterboxes in the future. If you still want a copy, these can now be picked up at Taste Buddies in Siganto Street, Australia Post and the Council Library, both in Main Street, Tamborine Mountain Medical Practice in North Tamborine and in Eagle Heights, and at the Tamborine Mountain Community Centre in Eagle Heights. Or log on at http://nt2nhw.blogspot.com.au ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE On June 1 our Police Division was absorbed into the Logan Police Super District. Really, nothing will change for us at North Tamborine – it’s more an administrative change at district police level. We will now be administered and supervised by District Duty Officers from Logan and we can now hear (on our radio channel) the Logan Police crews going

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SNAKEY BUSINESS In the last day or so Senior Constable Edwards and I were called out by a concerned lady in relation to a large carpet snake on her property. Being from New Zealand, she said she didn’t like snakes (off course NZ has no snakes) and she was concerned about her young child, playing outside. I totally understand her dislike of serpents. I don’t like snakes either but Brendan does, that’s why he is the snake handler. We captured the snake and were thanked ever so much by the new home owner and the snake has subsequently been released into the State forest. We get all types of calls for assistance in relation to animal related jobs - from dogs on the loose to horses and cattle, and sadly from time to time kangaroos, wallabies, birdlife and koalas having been hit by vehicles. I remember even removing ducklings from the roadway and on one occasion taking a longneck tortoise off the very busy Mundoolun Connection Road at Canungra and placing him back in a nearby creek. I suspect it must sound quite amusing to other police crews working in Nerang, Coomera and on the M1 Freeway that we are dealing with such jobs and on occasion we will hear the occasional “moooo” over the radio net when we inform the communications room we are proceeding to a very important, “Remove cattle from road” job.

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Councillor’s Comment Nigel Waistell – DivisioN 1

OPERATING HOURS WASTE TRANSFER STATION The operation of our waste transfer stations across the shire is conducted at a loss. In order to reign in the costs, a review of the operating hours has been conducted. Operating hours at Tamborine Mountain are currently 7am to 5pm, seven days a week. From July 1, 2013 the operating hours will be 9am to 5pm, six days a week, with the site being closed on a Tuesday. Similar changes are occurring across the shire and the potential savings are in the order of $300,000. CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT At the next Australian election, you will be asked to decide on the next Government and, in addition, there will be a referendum on the constitutional recognition of Local Government. Despite some commentary, this is not about the Federal Government taking over local government. The only decision you are being asked to make is to approve the formal recognition of local government in the Constitution so as to confirm the funding relationship between the federal and local governments, allowing the flow of Commonwealth funds to local projects. This will provide councils with financial certainty by protecting direct federal funding for community services and infrastructure. REVIEW OF THE PLANNING SCHEME If you have an interest in being involved in the consultation phases of this review, please contact me. LOCAL HERITAGE REGISTER There is a statutory requirement for Council to establish a register of places of cultural heritage significance in its area. A strategy has now been developed to achieve this. If you have an interest in this area, please call Council on 07 5540 5435. FOOD LICENSEES INVITED TO COMMENT Council is reviewing the current food licence system and is considering the adoption of a risk-based approach to food licensing. It wishes to hear from food licence holders in the Scenic Rim. A link to the online food licensing survey can be found on the Council’s web site at “Have Your Say” DIGITAL TV COMING TO THE MOUNTAIN On May 28, Tamborine Mountain was switched to digital TV. If you are experiencing problems or require information on financial assistance, you can call the Digital Ready Information Line on 1800 20 10 13 or visit the website at www.australia.gov.au/digitalready. I have been advised that everyone has to re-tune on 27 June to receive SBS. I will provide more information on this closer to the date. TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN ROAD Work on the Tamborine Mountain Road between Eagle Heights Road and The Sentinel will commence on Monday 3 June and will take between three and four months. EAT LOCAL WEEK Scenic Rim Eat Local Week is planned for June 23 to30. On June 29, there is a Winter Harvest Festival at the Aratula Community Sports Complex from 12pm to 5pm. Invitations are being sought from businesses to promote local and regional products. Applications close on Monday June 10. Interested businesses should visit the Council’s web site or call Council and ask to speak to the event co-ordinator, Kelli Rabbitt. CONSULTATION The next consultation in the library will be on Monday 10 June, 4pm to 5.30pm. I am also available for one on one meetings at your convenience. My contact details are: Home: 07 5545 0223; Mobile: 0423 931 075; Email: npw1@sctelco.net.au; and nigel.w@scenicrim.qld.gov.au


Councillor’s Comment NaDia o’CaRRoll – DivisioN 2

STATE PLANNING POLICY (SPP) On April 15 the Queensland Government released for consultation an incomplete draft SPP which did not and still does not include a multitude of supporting guidance material which forms part of the SPP. Such an omission would not be acceptable in a commercial or professional context and yet this is the process for public consultation on an instrument which will have significant indirect and direct impacts on planning in Queensland. Public comment closes on June 12. (These are my personal views). KRAs (KEY RESOURCE AREAS) As part of the SPP the State Government has nominated a number of KRAs which are sites of extractive industry across the Scenic Rim. The draft SPP requires that local planning instruments be amended to “identify and protect’ KRAs and components. When considering an application for an extractive industry Council should consider that the Community Plan and community members have made it clear that they want industries that are compatible with tourism, natural values and lifestyle, as well as considering the impact on infrastructure, the environment and other businesses, and whether there is a demonstrated need which is not already being met by other facilities. Since new applications will be decided under a local planning scheme that has State mandated KRA protection imposed upon it, it remains to be seen how much true autonomy and discretion local governments will actually have, to decide KRA applications and impose conditions. Another area of concern is the method used to mandate separation areas around the KRAs. While I totally agree with buffer zones, the method of establishing them is that the surrounding properties in the mandated separation zone are immediately restricted in use. The KRAs are not public facilities. They are commercial operations run to profit the owners. Under this proposal the quarry owners have their processing areas and therefore their profit maximised by using other people’s property as buffer zones. (These are my personal views). NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Your local Neighbourhood Watch has launched its website http://nt2nhw.blogspot.com.au. Please log on, check out the site and subscribe for free updates, information and broadcasts. Copies of printed newsletters will be delivered to strategic locations around Tamborine Mountain and are available for collection. Your Neighbourhood Watch has engraving tools available which you can use to protect your property by engraving ID upon valuables and other suitable items. There is no charge to borrow the tools. If you are interested, please phone 5545 2737. Council website: www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au My contact details: Email: nadia.o@scenicrim.qld.gov.au Tel: 5540 5402; Mobile: 0418 221 453

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COMMISSIONING and HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE for our new Priest-in-Charge,

The Reverend Valerie Hoare to be held at St George’s Anglican Church, 2 Dapsang Drive, Eagle Heights

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on Friday 7 June at 7pm. The Service will be celebrated by our newly ordained Bishop for the Southern Region,

The Right Reverend Alison Taylor.

➤ A light supper will follow the service.

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Give tennis a shot this weekend

AMBORINE Mountain Tennis Club is hoping to net some new members, particularly over 35s, by opening its courts to the community to give tennis a shot this weekend. It is one of 25 Tennis Queenslandaffiliated clubs which, on Sunday June 9, will be showcasing the sport as a social and healthy activity for people of all ages and levels of skill. Club volunteers and members will be on hand to meet prospective members who can have a hit and see how much fun they can have while getting some exercise. The free event includes a sausage sizzle and prizes and will run from 9am to noon at the club, 88 Beacon Road, North Tamborine. For further information, phone the club on (07) 5545 1358.

A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MARY O’LOGHLIN A memorial service for the late Mary O’Loghlin will be held on Friday morning, June 14 at the Zamia Theatre, 22 Main Street, North Tamborine. Time: 10.30am for 11am start. All of Mary’s many friends on the Mountain are welcome. Light refreshments will be served following the service.

Students Emily-Jane Sarroff and Monty Leng with (from left) Cr Waistell, Cr O’Carroll and Mayor John Brent.

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Youth leaders’ induction at SRRC HE 2013 Scenic Rim Youth Leadership Development Program was officially launched recently with the participants sharing morning tea with councillors. There are 17 participants in the 2013 program including three from Boonah State High, three from Tamborine Mountain College and 11 from Beaudesert State High. Tamborine Mountain College participants are Emily-Jane Sarroff, Monty Leng and

Jordana Curran. The interactive program focuses on developing participants’ skills in leadership, self awareness, group facilitation, public presentations, networking and contributing to decision-making processes. It also seeks to increase young people's understanding of government processes and encourage them to provide input into Council programs and activities.

Who Knows Me?

Dear Geoff, You might answer, ‘so what, what do I care, who knows me?’ In fact I wish people would leave me alone! But when you think a bit about it you realise how important it is to be known by someone else...someone you care about. You might well wish your enemies did not know you, then they might not be able to do you wrong so easily. But to have someone who cares about you and who you care about wanting to know who you really are, what makes you tick, what you are thinking...what we might call knowing your soul, this is a basic human need that we all have. Language goes a long way to helping us get to know each other. Actions are also an important part of building the trust needed to be open with another person, to reveal yourself to them. The well known modern atheist Bertrand Russell sought to be known this way by those he loved deeply. Yet when these relationships changed for the worse he felt a deep loneliness that seemed impossible to quench. He also felt that his knowledge of himself was inadequate. He writes ‘selfknowledge is proverbially rare and difficult. Most men, for example, have in their nature meannesses, vanities and envies of which they are quite unconscious..’ No, Russell could not be deeply and fully known by others close to him nor could he be truly known by his own self. His atheism eclipsed the possibility of being known by a personal God.....so no doubt he

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dreaded the loneliness that he felt deeply. He felt isolated in the universe. It is an indication of God’s understanding and provision for individual people that he has made us in such a way that we can be known by him and that we can ‘know he knows us’. He conveys the knowledge that he has of us to us by his word and his Spirit. Listen to these incredible words... O LORD, you have searched me and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down; you are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue you know it completely, O LORD. (Psalm 139:1-4) Not only are we known by God personally, we are known by him completely....’before a word is on my tongue’. He knows my thoughts. Distance doesn’t bother him. Time does not hinder him. He knows me when I am young and when I am old...losing my own self-knowledge as my memory weakens. When we come to know the Father through the Son we need no longer dread the solitude that is otherwise inevitable. Your Brother, Kim Advertisement.

Kim Dale, Minister, TM Presbyterian Church: kdale7@bigpond.com or PO Box 5, North Tamborine 4272.


Come along to Tamborine Mountain Tennis Club to have a hit and a chat! Whether you currently play, haven’t played in years, are interested in giving it a go for the first time, or just want to collect some information – this day is for you! Meet the coach, members and others from your local community.

PRIZES • FREE COURT HIRE • SPEED GUN For more information contact the Club on 5545 1358 or email TMTC_Secretary@hotmail.com

A WINTER SOIREE Join us for an evening of Jazz and Light Classics while enjoying delicious coffee and dessert ... ‘bellissimo’

Chopin to Gershwin plus some favourite Jazz Standards Friday June 14th commencing 7.30pm Adults $15, Concession $10 (Group/table bookings available) Tamborine Mountain Presbyterian Church Hall 34 Main St. North Tamborine Tickets: Chris Wilson 5545 3508 or call in to the Church Office.

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Charles St, Kalbar Cherry Tree Ct, Boyland Chianina Ct, Tamborine Charlwood Rd, Charlwood Christmas Creek Rd, Christmas Creek Collins Pl, Kooralbyn Colvin Rd, Canungra Corsa St , Beaudesert Day Rd, Gleneagle Donald Ct, Tamborine Driscoll La, Tamborine Mtn Eagles Cl, Tamborine Mtn Eagles Retreat Pl, Tamborine Mtn Ecole St, Beaudesert Elizabeth Tce, Boonah Elliot Rd, Boonah Farwell Cl, Kooralbyn Fassifern St, Peak Crossing Fields Rd, Veresdale Francis Cl, Kooralbyn George St, Boonah Gwingana Ct, Beechmont Hawthorne St, Beaudesert Haygarth Dr, Kooralbyn Helen St, Beaudesert Hereford St, Beaudesert Highbury St, Boonah Hoya Rd , Hoya Huyber La, Tamborine Mtn Ibis Ct, Wonglepong James St, Beaudesert Jane St, Beaudesert John St, Boonah Kaiser Rd, Tamborine Mtn Kentia Dr, Tamborine Mtn Kerry Rd , Beaudesert Laheys Lookout, Tamborine Mtn Lakeside Ct, Beaudesert Lillian St, Beaudesert Long Rd, Tamborine Mtn Macdonnell Rd Service Rd, Tamborine Mtn Mallory Cl, Beaudesert McCarthy La, Tamborine Mtn Melbourne St, Boonah Mill St, Beaudesert Millie Ct, Witheren Monza St, Beaudesert Mulholland St, Mt Alford Munbilla Rd, Munbilla Nindooinbah Estate Rd, Nindooinbah Noonara Dr, Wonglepong Old Rifle Range Rd, Allandale Park St, Boonah Pitt St, Beaudesert Railway St, Boonah Routley Dr, Kooralbyn Rowe Rd, Ferny Glen Sandy Ck Rd, Josephville Sarabah Rd, Sarabah Schlieff Rd, Milford Shamrock Dr, Gleneagle Spa Ct, Beaudesert Stibbe Rd, Kalbar Stirling St, Beaudesert The Grange Rd, Gleneagle Thermal Rd, Gleneagle Timbarra Dr, Beechmont Tina St, Beaudesert Tucker La, Ferny Glen Turbot St, Beaudesert Upper Coomera Rd, Ferny Glen Valleyview Dr, Kalbar Verbena Rd, Tamborine Walter St, Boonah

180m 585m 380m 1870m 700m 560m 196m 437m 555m 480m 306m 325m 282m 200m 45m 90m 710m 50m 890m 970m 20m 300m 95m 2040m 250m 168m 138m 170m 460m 258m 176m 213m 18m 860m 55m 795m 62m 95m 256m 2007m 105m 55m 70m 4m 150m 130m 115m 270m 2100m 250m 985m 745m 155m 384m 65m 750m 123m 535m 56m 260m 303m 100m 70m 353m 1475m 370m 940m 148m 675m 81m 1200m 174m 832m 300m

Complete Complete Complete In progress Commencing June Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Commencing June Complete Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Complete Commencing June Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Delayed due to damage Deferred Complete Complete Partially complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Partially complete Commencing June Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Delayed due to damage Delayed 2013/14 Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Partially complete Commencing June Complete Delayed due to damage Commencing June Delayed due to damage Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Complete

BUILDING A BETTER REGION FOR EVERYONE Phone 5540 5111 Email mail@scenicrim.qld.gov.au Web www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au

Frazerview Rd, Frazerview Freiberg Rd, Dugandan Frenches Creek Rd, Frenches Creek Ganthorpe Rd, Mt Alford Geiger Rd, Canungra George La, Christmas Creek Goetsch Rd, Kents Lagoon Greys Plains Rd, Rosevale Hansen Rd, Milbong Hartley Rd, Tamborine Mtn Head Rd, Carneys Creek Helen St, Beaudesert Illinbah Rd, Illinbah Innisplain Rd, Innisplain Jersey Rd, Tamborine Jones St, Boonah Josephville Rd, Josephville Kailas Crt, Tamborine Mtn Kargorum Rd, Beaudesert Kelly Rd, Silverdale Kengoon Rd, Kents Lagoon Kents Lagoon Rd, Kents Lagoon Kents Pocket Rd, Templin Kerry Creek Rd, Kerry Kerry Rd, Kerry Kerwitz Rd, Rosevale Kidston St, Canungra Kilmore Dr, Tamborine Koch Rd, Frazerview Kooralbyn Dr, Kooralbyn Kooralbyn Rd, Kooralbyn Lambert Rd, Nindooinbah Larch Rd, Tamborine Lawton La, Canungra Ley St, Boonah Long Rd, Tamborine Mtn Macquarie St, Boonah Markwell Dr, Kooralbyn Matilda St, Aratula Maurita Crt, Canungra McKee St, Beaudesert Milbong Rd, Milbong Milford Rd, Milford Millie Crt, Witheren Mocker Rd, Roadvale Morwincha Rd, Morwincha Mt Forbes School Rd, Mt Forbes Mt French Rd, Boonah Mt Lindesay Hwy Service Rd 3, Gleneagle Mt Lindesay Hwy Service Rd 6, Beaudesert Muller Park Rd, Moogerah Munbilla Rd, Munbilla Newlove Rd, Maroon Nindooinbah Estate Rd, Nindooinbah Oaky Creek Rd, Oaky Creek Obum Obum Rd, Obum Obum Ogilvie Pl, Kooralbyn Old Beaudesert Rd, Coulson Old Kalbar Rd, Kalbar Old Mt Alford Rd, Dugandan Old Rifle Range Rd, Boonah Palomino Rd, Tamborine Peak Crossing-Churchbank Weir Rd, Peak Crossing Penola Rd, Allenview Phillip St, Aratula R Christensen Rd, Rosevale Radford Rd, Radford Roadvale-Harrisville Rd, Anthony Roadvale Rd, Roadvale Roadvale-Teviotville Rd, Kulgan Rosevale Rd, Rosevale Rudd La, Christmas Creek Saleyard Rd, Dugandan Sandy Creek Rd, Bromelton

ROAD WORKS GLOSSARY

Central Landfill, Bromelton Central Landfill, Bromelton Central Landfill, Bromelton Knoll Rd Transfer Station, Tamborine Mtn Public Place Recycling Regionwide Waste Collection Turning Areas R’wide Weighbridge Sites

Location

Scope of Works

Upgrade buildings including amentities Install 9 gas wells and commence trial Design of new landfill cell Facility upgrade Replace street litter bins & new recycling bins Construct new garbage truck turning areas Check & overhaul of 10-year-old weighbridges

Scope of works

Status

Delayed 2013/14 In progress In progress Complete Ongoing Delayed 2013/14 Deferred

Status

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Location

In progress Complete Complete

Samuel St, Dugandan Sandy Creek Rd, Bromelton Sarabah Rd, Sarabah Snake Gully Rd, Palen Creek Spicers Gap Rd, Clumber Sugarloaf Rd, Mutdapilly Tamrookum Church Rd, Tamrookum Tamrookum Creek Rd, Tamrookum Tarome Rd, Tarome Teviotville Rd, Teviotville Tunstall Rd, Bunjurgen Upper Coomera Rd, Ferny Glen Upper Logan Rd, Barney View Veresdale Scrub Rd, Veresdale Scrub Webers Rd, Peak Crossing Yore Rd, Kerry

Animal Management Complex, B’desert Acceptance pens for lost cats/dogs Scenic Rim Libraries Regionwide Books and resources The Centre, Beaudesert Table and chair replacement

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Complete but redamaged In progress Complete Complete but redamaged Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete Complete Commencing June 2013 Complete Complete but redamaged Complete Complete but redamaged Complete but redamaged Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Complete Complete but redamaged Complete but redamaged Complete but redamaged Complete Complete Complete Complete but redamaged Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete but redamaged Complete Complete Complete Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete Partially complete Commencing June 2013 Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete In progress Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Complete Complete In progress Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete but redamaged Commencing June 2013 Partially complete Complete Commencing Aug 2013

In progress: Key project planning or physical works currently being undertaken. Partially complete: Works undertaken but not yet finalised due to factors such as weather. Complete but redamaged: Restoration from 2011 & 2012 disasters complete, but works redamaged in 2013 disaster (subject to future claim under NDRRA). Delayed due to damage: Flood or water damage has prevented works and will likely be subject of future NDRRA claim. Delayed 2013/14: Projects to be carried over into next year’s capital works program. Deferred: Project on hold pending review. Ongoing: General regionwide projects which are recurrent.

Denman Rd, Mount Forbes Drager East Rd, Coleyville Dwyer Ridges Rd, Mt Alford Eder Brothers Rd, Coleyville Elliot Rd, Boonah Evans Rd, Dugandan FM Bell Rd, Mount Alford Frazerview Rd, Frazerview Ganthorpe Rd, Mount Alford Gap Creek Rd, Lamington George Lane, Christmas Creek Head Rd, Carneys Creek Helen St, Beaudesert Hoya Rd, Hoya Illinbah Rd, Illinbah Innisplain Rd, Innisplain

2025m (8042sqm) 20m (240sqm) 450m (1885sqm) 1005m (4518sqm) 88m (264sqm) 1535m (6688sqm) 210m (1261sqm) 340m (1360sqm) 23m (92sqm) 17m (170sqm) 1125m (5695sqm) 873m (5150sqm) 485m (1737sqm) 713m (2477sqm) 18m (126sqm) 23m (184sqm) 64m (384sqm) 26m (125sqm) 510m (2042sqm) 870m (3148sqm) 1475m (8850sqm) 6968m (37,250sqm) 80m (480sqm) 10m (45sqm) 4874m (17,263sqm) 35m (133sqm) 135m (434sqm) 55m (174sqm) 642m (2376sqm) 103m (206sqm) 698m (1762sqm) 99m (448sqm) 27m (121sqm) 44m (307sqm) 18m (103sqm) 390m (1315sqm) 150m (826sqm) 30m (180sqm) 235m (1156sqm) 18m (102sqm) 252m (2323sqm) 310m (638sqm) 1594m (3771sqm) 40m (200sqm) 27.5m (103sqm) 410m (1778sqm) 185m (468sqm) 495m (2490sqm) 80m (212sqm) 83m (596sqm) 667m (3400sqm) 8767m (24,600sqm) 20m (60sqm) 582m (1959sqm) 2195m (7690sqm) 85m (343sqm) 483m (2655sqm) 500m (3003sqm) 20m (98sqm) 842m (3477sqm) 141m (716sqm) 53m (146sqm) Complete Complete Complete Complete but redamaged Complete but redamaged Complete Commencing July 2013 Complete Complete but redamaged Commencing July 2013 In progress Partially complete

Location

Reseal or seal cemetery roads New cemetery areas and construction Car park sealing Brick Toilet - new effluent disposal area Replace park shelter Design of new road/carpark southern side Replace handrails on footbridge Bollard fencing to prevent illegal parking Upgrade sections of the walking track Landscaping and retaining wall Redevelopment Planning Table & shelter replacements Improvement of amenities Upgrade effluent recycling system Improvements Replace electric BBQ New shade cloth & cables on 4 structures New concourse concrete/repair balance tank Upgrade back wash disposal area Seal carpark Replace roofing Replace floor covering

Parkland Acquisition Drainage New effluent disposal area Funding for the development of park Festive season lighting Various car park sealing projects

Scope of works

Complete In progress Complete Complete Partially complete Complete In progress Complete Partially complete Complete Complete Ongoing Ongoing Complete Complete Complete Complete In progress Complete Deferred Complete Complete

In progress In progress In progress Complete Complete Partially complete

Status

WASTE MANAGEMENT

OTHER PROJECTS

STATUS COMMENTARY

Resheeting: Resurfacing with gravel to improve condition of unsealed road. Restoration & Rehabilitation: Repair of road and/or bridge.

z Status of works as at 31 May, 2013

Beaudesert & Harrisville Bicentennial Park, Boonah Botanical Gardens, Tamborine Mtn Botanical Gardens, Tamborine Mtn Canungra Car Parks, Regionwide Cemeteries at Boonah, Beaudesert, Kalbar, Wonglepong, Tamborine Mtn Cemeteries regionwide Creative Arts Centre,Tamborine Mtn Darlington Park, Darlington DJ Smith Park, Canungra Jubilee Park, Beaudesert Jubilee Park, Beaudesert Lions Bi-Centennial Park, Beaudesert Lions Park, Canungra Little High St, Boonah Moogerah Dam Caravan Park Picnic Shelters regionwide Public Toilets regionwide Rosser Park, Tamborine Mtn Springleigh Park, Boonah Stinson Memorial Park, Lamington Swimming Pool, Beaudesert Swimming Pool, Canungra Swimming Pool, Tamborine Mtn Tamborine Memorial Hall, Tamborine Visitor Information Centre, Rathdowney Information Centre, Tamborine Mtn

PARKS & GARDENS

915m (5142sqm) 172m (716sqm) 31m (363sqm) 467m (1393sqm) 500m (2744sqm) 1530m (9180sqm) 1320m (8420sqm) 750m (3480sqm) 5340m (26,206sqm) 229m (899sqm) 331m (1887sqm) 646m (4199sqm)

Reconstruction: Total rebuild of a roadway to a higher standard than originally built. Reseal: Resurfacing with bitumen or asphalt to reinstate integrity of road surface.

Projects delivered under the National Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) are funded in partnership with the State and Federal Governments. All works subject to construction variations as dictated by site conditions

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CAPITAL WORKS UPDATE

2013

JUNE

In progress, completion June Delayed due to damage Complete but redamaged In progress, completion July In progress, completion July Complete Commencing June Partially complete Complete Complete Complete Partially complete Complete Complete Delayed 2013/14 Commencing July Delayed due to damage

Status

Location

Status

Status

Scope of works

Complete but redamaged Complete Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete In progress Complete Complete Partially complete Complete Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete Complete Commencing July 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete In progress Complete Complete Complete Complete but redamaged Complete Commencing July 2013 Complete but redamaged Complete In progress Complete Complete but redamaged Delayed due to damage Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Sept 2013 Partially complete Complete but redamaged Complete Complete Commencing Aug 2013 Partially complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete but redamaged Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete In progress Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Delayed due to damage Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete but redamaged In progress

Status

10m (135sqm) 170m (850sqm) 1737m (6960sqm) 230m (364sqm) 62m (373sqm) 1260m (7061sqm) 5m (25sqm) 400m (1402sqm) 85m (233sqm) 1380m (4961sqm) 434m (1505sqm) 1724m (4330sqm) 1100m (4320sqm) 150m (616sqm) 11m (61sqm) 119m (447sqm) 590m (2250sqm) 1150m (4110sqm) 480m (1965sqm) 8m (144sqm) 180m (1798sqm) 216m (864sqm) 90m (525sqm) 38m (178sqm) 215m (1290sqm) 16m (56sqm) 1740m (5670sqm) 400m (2400sqm) 375m (1646sqm)

Akoonah Dr, Beechmont Allan Creek Rd, Gleneagle Allandale Rd, Dugandan Back Creek Rd, Palen Creek Barney View Rd, Barney View Beechmont Rd, Beechmont Beetham St, Beaudesert Behrendorff Rd, Bunjurgen Boyland Rd, Boyland Brent Rd, Bunjurgen Brogla Rd, Beaudesert Brooklands Rd, Gleneagle Bruckner Hill Rd, Dugandan Bunburra Rd, Bunburra Bunjurgen Rd, Bunjurgen Burnett Creek Rd, Maroon Cannon Creek Rd, Cannon Creek Charles St, Dugandan Charlwood Rd, Charlwood Chinghee Creek Rd, Chinghee Christensens Rd, Mount Walker Christmas Creek Rd, Christmas Creek Coleyville Rd, Coleyville Collins St, Beaudesert Croftby Rd, Moogerah Cryna Rd, Cryna Darlington Connection Rd, Hillview Denman Rd, Mount Forbes Drager East Rd, Coleyville Dwyer Ridges Rd, Mt Alford

Location

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Status

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Deferred Complete but redamaged Complete Complete but redamaged Complete Complete Complete Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Complete In progress Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Commencing Aug/Sept 2013 Complete Delayed due to damage Complete Commencing July 2013 Commencing Oct 2013 Complete but redamaged Commencing June 2013

Kents Pocket Rd, Templin Kerry Rd, Kerry Kerry West Rd, Kerry Kooralbyn Rd, Kooralbyn Kruger Rd, Coleyville Lambert Rd, Nindooinbah Ley St, Boonah Matilda St, Aratula McKee St, Beaudesert Milford Rd, Milford Morwincha Rd, Morwincha Mt Forbes School Rd, Mt Forbes Mt French Rd, Dugandan Muller Park Rd, Moogerah Munbilla Rd, Munbilla Old Mount Lindesay Rd, Mount Lindesay Old Mt Alford Rd, Dugandan Old Rifle Range Rd, Boonah Old Rosevale Rd, Rosevale Parsons Gate Rd, Frazerview Penola Rd, Allenview R Christensen Rd, Rosevale Retschlag Rd, Milford Roadvale-Harrisville Rd, Anthony Rosevale Rd, Rosevale Round Mountain Rd, Josephville Saleyard Rd, Dugandan Samuel St, Dugandan Sandy Creek Rd, Bromelton Sarabah Rd, Sarabah

RESTORATION OF FLOODWAYS & CULVERTS

Short St, Beaudesert Slatter Park Rd, Maroon South West Rd, Beechmont Spicers Gap Rd, Clumber Spletter Rd, Milford Stegert Rd, Teviotville Sumatra Crt, Tamborine Mtn Summerville Rd, Beechmont Surawski Dr, Aratula Tamrookum Church Rd, Tamrookum Tamrookum Creek Rd, Tamrookum Creek Tarome Rd, Tarome Teviotville Rd, Teviotville Tierneys Bridge Rd, Rosevale Timbertop Ct, Wonglepong Tolima Dr, Tamborine Mtn Tunstall Rd, Bunjurgen Undullah Rd, Kagaru Upper Coomera Rd, Ferny Glen Verbena Rd, Tamborine Veresdale Scrub Rd, Gleneagle Vineyard Way, Tamborine Walter St, Boonah Washpool Rd, Washpool Webers Rd, Peak Crossing Wellington Bundock Dr, Kooralbyn Widgee Creek Rd, Hillview Wilsons Plains Rd, Wilsons Plains Wimmer Hill Rd, Milford

In 2012/13 Scenic Rim Regional Council made a record investment in the region’s infrastructure to ensure it continued to meet the needs of the region well into the future. Much of this spending was directed at delivering “bitumen and bridges” to improve the region’s road network. As part of Council’s commitment to engaging with the Scenic Rim community, last September we detailed the full scope and scale of our planned Capital Works Program. I am pleased to report that despite the heavy blow dealt to this region by ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald and subsequent weather events, Council has made great strides in delivering this unprecedented program of works and improvements. Unfortunately, the impact of a third natural disaster in as many years did take a toll, causing significant damage to local infrastructure and resulting in delays to some planned works. We also find ourselves in a position where infrastructure repaired following the 2011 and 2012 disasters has been redamaged or fresh damage caused. Council will repair this damage as part of its ongoing recovery and restoration program. On behalf of Council, I thank you for your patience as we once again repair and rebuild. Cr John Brent, Mayor Scope of works

Complete In progress Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Complete Complete

Scope of works

Commencing June Complete Delayed 2013/14 In progress Delayed 2013/14 Delayed 2013/14 Complete Complete Delayed 2013/14 In progress In progress Complete Complete Ongoing

Scope of works

Commencing June Complete Complete Complete Complete Delayed 2013/14 Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

470m (1617sqm) 1239m (4459sqm) 464m (1828sqm) 210m (735sqm) 70m (140sqm) 1250m (4646sqm) 53m (250sqm) 2664m (10185sqm) 430m (1071sqm) 35m (223sqm) 317m (1385sqm) 12m (42sqm) 20m (40sqm) 970m (4790sqm) 913m (3630sqm) 585m (2470sqm) 75m (342sqm) 24m (38sqm) 942m (5070sqm) 98m (421sqm) 160m (560sqm) 375m (4550sqm) 540m (4335sqm) 940m (6212sqm) 200m (800sqm) 541m (2705sqm) 736m (3251sqm) 540m (3024sqm) 760m (3410sqm) 1135m (4607sqm) 6m (72sqm) 160m (694sqm) 75m (521sqm) 309m (1238sqm) 8m (20sqm) 1740m (5670sqm) 4970m (24,075sqm) 60m (360sqm) 307m (1100sqm) 305m (2044sqm) 38m (310sqm) 6m (72sqm) 29m (44sqm) 12,605m (43,500sqm) 43m (304sqm) 1385m (3442sqm) 1130m (4105sqm) 22m (630sqm) 90m (755sqm) 1800m (10,800sqm) 355m (1400sqm) 10m (40sqm) 100m (350sqm) 33m (165sqm) 122m (777sqm) 464m (1212sqm) 60m (310sqm) 2025m (8042sqm) 20m (240sqm)

ROAD RESTORATION & REHABILITATION

Location Bus setdown area 2105m rehabilitation Drainage improvements New footpath construction 980m reconstruction Finalisation of reconstruction Drainage improvements Reconstruction and rehabilitation Finalisation of drainage improvements Off-street parking 430m rehabilitation 5628m rehabilitation Finalistation of reconstruction 1010m restoration Drainage improvements Footpath improvements 520m road and intersection reconstruction 480m reconstruction 1420m rehabilitation 120,000m+ regionwide 75,000m+ regionwide Signs and guard rails 2175m rehabilitation Parking lanes and kerbing

MAJOR ROADWORKS & PROJECTS Aratula State School, Aratula Barney View Rd, Barney View Beacon Rd, Tamborine Mtn Beaudesert State High School Christmas Creek Rd, Tabooba Church St, Boonah Cliff Way, Tamborine Mtn FM Bell Rd, Mt Alford Franklin St, Canungra Gallery Walk, Tamborine Mtn Helen St, Beaudesert Hoya Rd, Hoya Kerry Rd, Kerry Kerry West Rd, Kerry Magnetic Dr, Tamborine Mtn Main St, Tamborine Mtn Mt French Rd/Jones St/Charles St, Dugandan Munbilla Rd, Munbilla Old Rosevale Rd, Rosevale Resheeting Gravel Roads Resheeting Gravel Shoulders Road Furniture Regionwide Tarome Rd, Tarome William St, Beaudesert

Location Replacement Major rehabilitation Major rehabilitation Major rehabilitation Replacement Major rehabilitation Major rehabilitation Finalisation of replacement Replacement and approaches Replacement and approaches Major rehabilitation Replacement Major rehabilitation Minor rehabilitation works

Location

125m 635m 175m 202m 220m 4293m 92m 1170m 330m 410m 180m 585m

ROAD RESEAL PROGRAM

Bruxner Bridge, Tamrookum Coleman Bridge, Cainbable Deep Chinghee Bridge, Lamington Dennis Bridge, Lamington Edward O’Neill Bridge, Kagaru Hardgrave Bridge, Mt Barney Keaveny Bridge, Darlington Kooralbyn Bridge, Kooralbyn Kriederman Bridge, Beaudesert Pile Bridge, Lamington Prout Bridge, Knapp Creek Stokes Bridge, Silverdale Smith Bridge, Lamington Bridges Regionwide

BRIDGES

Akoonah Dr, Beechmont Allan Creek Rd, Gleneagle Allandale Rd, Dugandan Appel St, Canungra Arthur Tce, Boonah Back Creek Rd, Palen Creek Barry Rd, Tamborine Beckwith Rd, Milora Beechmont Rd, Beechmont Beetham St, Beaudesert Behrendorff Rd, Bunjurgen Biano Rd, Tamborine Mtn Bibaringa Cl, Beechmont Biddaddaba Creek Rd, Biddaddaba Biddaddaba Rd, Boyland Black Gully Rd, Palen Creek Bluegum Dr, Wonglepong Boomerang Rd, Tamborine Boyland Rd, Boyland Brabazon Rd, Gleneagle Brigalow Rd, Milford Brisbane St, Beaudesert Brolga Rd, Beaudesert Bromelton House Rd, Bromelton Brown Rd, Frazerview Bruckner Hill Rd, Dugandan Bunburra Rd, Bunburra C Zahnow Rd, Rosevale Cainbable Creek Rd, Cainbable Cannon Creek Rd, Cannon Creek Carter Rd, Aratula Chantelle Pl, Biddaddaba Charles St, Dugandan Charlwood Rd, Charlwood Chestnut Rd, Tamborine Chinghee Creek Rd, Chinghee Creek Christmas Creek Rd, Christmas Creek Coburg Rd, Canungra Darlington Connection Rd, Hillview Degan Rd, Dugandan Demavend Dr, Tamborine Mtn Dover St, Boonah Drumley St, Beaudesert Duck Creek Rd, Kerry Duncan St, Canungra Dwyer Ridges Rd, Mt Alford Edward St, Kalbar Elizabeth Tce, Boonah Elliot Rd, Boonah Ellis and Jackson Rd, Wilsons Plains Evans Rd, Dugandan Evelyn St, Aratula Fenwick Rd, Boyland Finch Rd, Canungra Flood Rd, Josephville Flying Fox Rd, Flying Fox Franklin St, Canungra Frazerview Rd, Frazerview Freiberg Rd, Dugandan Acacia St, Beaudesert Adam Dr, Aratula Alfred St, Boonah Audley St, Beaudesert Beauview Cr, Beaudesert Beechmont Rd, Beechmont Betts St, Boonah Brooks Dr, Kooralbyn Brown Rd, Frazerview Caryota Ct, Tamborine Mtn Charles St, Kalbar Cherry Tree Ct, Boyland

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HE Tamborine Mountain Orchestra was raised by a prodigious effort of the Mountain community, led by Raymond Curtis, almost 40 years ago. Over the years, like all community organisations, it has had its ups and downs – mainly ups. With the advent of quality music instruction in the schools, the orchestra transformed from a youth orchestra to a community orchestra for players of all ages. Malcolm Cunningham, as the Director of Music, led the orchestra from strength to strength for more than a decade, arranging more than 60 full orchestral pieces – almost the orchestra’s entire portfolio, weaving his special magic, and leading many performances with his virtuoso flute, clarinet and saxophone playing. Over the years, Malcolm’s concerts have been enjoyed by many loyal followers and his performances for the residents of Roslyn Lodge have always brought great pleasure. On Mal’s retirement earlier this year, Sean Butler took the baton as our new Director of Music, bringing with him an infectious dynamism, innovative ideas and a thoroughly entertaining and instructive conducting persona. John Cummings stepped up as Assistant Director and with these graduate music teachers at the helm, the orchestra (above) has taken off to the extent that we may need seat belts!

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This renaissance has brought with it entirely new music and seemingly boundless player enthusiasm. The next concert, at 2.30pm on Sunday June 16, will feature music such as: selections from Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables; Memory from the musical Cats; a Tribute to Louis Armstrong; Night Train; Broadway Tonight; Hey Jude; Don’t Cry for me Argentina from Evita; and a Tribute to Count Basie and others. The orchestra has secured, as guest performer for the program, Margy Rose, whose voice and style are stunningly evocative of a by-gone bohemian era of old Paris. As our guest star, Margy Rose will be singing from her Edith Piaf collection. The program will also include excerpts from Mozart’s Divertimento No.3, KV439b performed by two clarinets – Sanne Kreijkamp-Kaspers and Barry Post and cello – Pauline Keeley. The orchestra’s Dixieland jazz group (aka ‘The Soggy Bottom Six’), will be playing St. James Infirmary, Indiana and Bill Bailey. Please come with us on our journey of new musical adventures at 2.30pm in St. George’s Church, Dapsang Road. $8 adults, students free. Terry Holland President, TMO number and arrange payment with cash. As with many of our previous productions, How the Other Half Loves, an Alan Ayckbourn comedy, will offer a special opening night price for group bookings: a table of eight will cost $100, plus the booking fee of only 30 cents per ticket which is far less than most other companies. All other nights will be $120 per table of eight; adults $18 and concessions $15. If people have any queries, they are asked to contact the booking office number 5545 2084. Bookings commence on Monday, June 10. Production dates are Fridays and Saturdays July 19, 20, 26, 27; and August 2 and 3; with a Matinee on July 27. Barbara Lassiter

Tamborine Mountain Little Theatre’s on-line booking

AMBORINE Mountain Little Theatre is introducing a new on-line booking system that will begin on June 10. After many years of various shop-keepers kindly helping with taking bookings for our live theatre productions, and latterly, just one individual being responsible, the new system brings TMLT in line with many other amateur theatres and all professional theatres. It is very user friendly and allows ticket purchasers the opportunity of being able to book their tickets as and when they like, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Purchasers will be required to pay by credit card. If they don’t have a credit card, they can simply telephone the booking telephone

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A few busy weeks for the ladies. On Friday 10 May we had a very enjoyable luncheon for Jan Ide celebrating her BIG O. Congratulations Jan and we hope you enjoyed our making a fuss!! Tuesday 14: Another “Sport Coffee Morning” that of course means it’s raining AGAIN on Tuesday. Think we have had more coffee mornings this year than golf. All the same the company is great. Sunday the 19, eight of the ladies travelled to Coolum for the annual Country Week. We all had a wonderful week – even if it was social. Kay Hamilton and Claire Attree acquitted themselves very well – winners of the nett event Div 1 Foursomes. Helen Teys, a pin shot. The following 2 days, not a star amongst us. We played Mt. Coolum and Noosa Tewantin. The courses were great – pity they greased the greens. Monday 27 May, Sir Bruce Small Trophy played at Arundel Hills Golf Course. Won by Arundel. Tuesday 28 May – Open Day, and guess what! Raining.

With a field of 50 we were looking forward to a great day to show of our Course – in wonderful condition. Not being able to see 100 yards in front and pouring rain the game was called off after 9 holes. The Pumpkin soup helped to heal all. A terrific lunch, cooked by a great chef. Sweets supplied by the ladies, as always received many praises. In spite of the rain, all the ladies enjoyed themselves and it was great to show off our Course. Many thanks to all who worked so hard in presenting the event (you know who you are). Winners for the 4BBB event – 9 holes Annie Hay and Mandy Brown Tamborine Mtn, count back from Eleanor Santer and Janny Jennings Arundel Hills. 2rd Runners up: Katherine Lim TM and Jill McGhie, Lakelands. BRD: Sandra Seaton TM and Anne Dalling Helensvale; Marie Hofmeier TM, Julia Cornford, Jindalee; Evelyn Rabinowe and Helen Fahey Sanctuary Cove; Claire Attree and Kay Hamilton Tamb. Mtn; Jan Venn and Karen Gilchrist Sanctuary Cove; Pat Harrold and Gloria Griffiths Arundel Hills, Di Tosh & Sandra Stead Boomerang Farm NTP No 5 – Jann Venn SC NTP No 14 – Mary Bentley BF Pro Pin No 7 – Di Syer Surfers Paradise App. No 8 – Di Syer SP Accurate Drive No 3 Denise Woolmore BF Accurate Drive No 12 Christine Youngman TM Bradman’s Lorna Edrich Brisbane GC Christine Youngman TM; Jennie Reed and Debbie Keir TM. (At least they won something) Looking forward to next week - Monthly Medal for June And a big hello to our ladies a tad under the weather – we are thinking of you often and wishing you well. Good Golfing till next week.

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he weather was kind for Landcare’s big celebration on the weekend of May 25 and 26. The monster bookshop sale was a great success, resulting in sales of $680 for the day. Thanks to the many volunteers who worked all day to achieve this wonderful result and the Mountain residents who snapped up the bargains. On Sunday the Tamborine Mountain Tours trolley bus transported a full bus load of members and visitors to several of Landcare’s diverse regeneration sites. Regeneration Coordinator, Judy Roland, led the group through the three newest sites at Contour Road and then through Ohia Court which was started in 2005 and is now an impressive forest of native palms and other natives, while Mike Russell, another long-term Landcare stalwart, led them through the Youngman Family Park site. Regeneration was first begun in 2003, and after surviving frost and difficult soil conditions, the plantings are now an impressive forest, a haven for birds and frogs. The last site was John Dickson

Conservation Park, first planted by John Dickson and the TM Field Naturalists’ Club in 1984 and extended and maintained from 2000 to the present by a TM Landcare team coordinated by Elizabeth Russell. The park is now a mature forest with good ground cover and lots of natural regeneration. The visitors walked through the park on the newly constructed track soon to be named “The John Aagaard Walking Track”. Back at Geissmann Oval the group was addressed by president Cornelia Meesters, who introduced first president Don Lynch, formerly Land Manager of the Land Warfare Centre, former Project Officer Doug White, National Parks ranger Wil Buch, and former councillor Vanessa Bull. Don said: “TM Landcare is an exceptional example of outstanding volunteers supported by local community and cooperative local government”. A delicious barbecue lunch was then enjoyed by all and accompanied by discussion of many past memorable experiences. Elizabeth Russell

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HREE things fix the filming of this snake firmly in my memory. The first was the date; as if on cue, the 3rd day of Spring. The second was its home; a brick barbecue in the middle of the lawn at the rear of the house. The third was that the barbecue had been lit not long before I filmed the snake. The footage includes ashes wafted by the breeze. I first saw the snake at the foot of the front steps, whence it made its way to the barbecue, as far as possible under cover of shrubbery. The species occurs in northern and eastern Australia and in PNG.

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KILLER BLUE RINGS Whilst walking this morning in the Forest Park area I came across this dead juvenile male Satin Bowerbird. As we all know, these birds love to collect blue objects in order to decorate their bowers, however as you can see these blue bands from the top of milk containers are a death trap. What happens is that as he tries to pick it up, it flips over his head, followed by what must be a long drawn out, painful and unnecessary death. Most people cut the bands and place them in the yellow bins, but I’m worried that well meaning people could put them out for the Bowerbirds without realizing the problems. This has been reported in the press before, so please, look at the close up, and cut your blue bands; it only takes a few seconds. Finally, if you know the location of a bower, inspect it for rings and any other items you consider could be hazardous. Patricia Stockwell DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FOR TELCO FACILITY WITCHES CHASE As many readers will know, Telstra is applying to Scenic Rim Regional Council (SRRC) for a development permit to build a 35m telecommunications tower at 16-24 Witches Chase, North Tamborine. Many local residents oppose the proposed development, as it is of a scale, form and intensity that conflicts with existing planning provisions, which were specifically designed to protect the landscape character and scenic amenity of this unique area. The applicant has not demonstrated an overwhelming community and economic need for the proposed tower, nor has it provided sufficient grounds to justify the significant conflicts with the planning

SILENCE ON KEY RESOURCE AREAS More than 4000 respondents had their say on the Scenic Rim Regional Council Community Plan, resulting in a strong message to Council to look after our natural environment and our rural lifestyle. The community gave its elected representatives clear direction and now have every right to expect them to do everything in their power to follow that direction. Indeed, the Local Government Act gives Councillors, including the Mayor, a primary responsibility to ensure the local government “achieves its corporate and community plans”. (s12(3)(a)(ii)) Local Government Act 2009. Why then has there been no notification, no meetings, no press releases from

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scheme. Furthermore, the applicant has not exhaustively explored alternative options for the location of the proposed tower. Anyone wishing to oppose the development application is invited to use the one page pro forma on page 8 of this edition of Tamborine Mountain News. Submissions must be received by SRRC by close of business on June 17. They can be posted, or submitted by hand at the SRRC Customer Service Desk in the Library building on Main Street, North Tamborine. Anyone wishing to support the proposed development is invited to encourage Telstra to find a more appropriate location for the proposed facility, i.e. a location that does not conflict with existing planning provisions. Rod Hearps

Council informing the community of the large area in the Scenic Rim that State Government has nominated for approval as a key resource area (KRA) for resource extraction. Quarrying is about as far removed from looking after our natural environment and rural lifestyle as you can get. The State Planning Policy containing the KRA was released for public comment on 14 April 2013 and I find it difficult to believe that their plans for the Scenic Rim were not discussed with someone in Council, staff or councillor, prior to the release of the document. Six quarries in total have been highlighted by the State for the region – five rock and one sand. Three of those are within 12 kilometres of Beaudesert, of next page


from previous page which two will make the newly expanded Cryna Quarry look like a baby. So why was it that the Quarry Action Group, in conjunction with local media, broke the news last week (22 May) and not Council or our State MP? Councillors who are saying this is a State matter are quite correct. But in the next breath to try to justify their inaction by

CLIMATE CHANGE, YES Ill-informed polemics regarding ‘climate change lie’ evidence ample closemindedness on the Mt, wrapped in rather diaphanous veneers of objectivity. Its both sad and a little odd, though perhaps intrinsic to human nature, that while we rationally seek expert advice, we irrationally deny it when uncomfortable or confronting, a cognitive dissonance. We respect our scientists, till they tell us something ‘inconvenient’. This fuels pontificating armchair experts, who berate experts and the evil IPCC for campaigns of ‘misinformation’ (motives somewhat blurry) that must be debunked, and critique our tentative steps towards positive action. The planet is warming, and this hasn't plateaued. Instrument data from meteorological and Antarctic stations, and NASA satellite measures collectively reveal warming since the late 1800s, which is accelerating. Proxy measures over longer periods, including tree ring and ice core analyses, further support warming (particularly recently). NASA and the National Climatic Data Centre showed 2005 and 2010 were equal as the planet's warmest years since instrumental measures commenced in the 19th century, with the 10 years from 2001-2010 among the 11 hottest recorded since NCDC measures in 1880. Limited data from the 1800s to now shows global glaciers progressively retreating, more rapidly in the last 2 decades. CO2, essential to Earth’s life, is a pollutant when in excess. Atmospheric CO2 reached 400ppm for the first time at the recording station at Mauna Loa in May this

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saying it has nothing to do with them is an abrogation of their responsibility to the community. Not challenging the proposed KRA on the grounds of the community’s stated wishes in the Community Plan may even be in breach of their legislative responsibilities. Astrid Kennedy Scenic Rim Rate Payers Assoc. scenicrimratepayersassoc.org.au

year. Human activity is agreed as a key contributor – currently around 30 billion tonnes CO2 per year. Putting volcanic emissions into perspective, volcanoes currently release only 0.1-0.3 billion tonnes of CO2 annually, less than 1% of human output! Atmospheric CO2 and global temperature estimates through the Phanerozoic era are not evidence against CO2 impact. Space is limited, so best check the scientific literature – try Royer in Nature (Vole 446, 29 March 2007) for actual analysis of these estimates, and assessment of what the findings mean regarding sensitivity of climate to CO2. These CO2 and temperature estimates SUPPORT close coupling between CO2 and climate. At the same time humans are also dimming the atmosphere, particularly in recent decades, which will negatively impact climate and water. Scientific papers worth perusal include several in Nature (Nature 439: 835, 2006; Nature 458: 1014, 2009; Nature Geoscience 1, 221, 2008) on the impacts of these changes to global climate and freshwater availability. Reasoned discussion, not knee-jerk scepticism is called for. As is a cautious yet forward-looking approach to an enormous problem – economic and social discomfort now is a small price for a healthier more habitable planet later. We will make errors in stumbling forward, but stumble forward we must. Or we can remain mired in unhealthy scepticism, mischievous questioning, and awkward discomfort, to the point of inaction when action is most needed. John P. Headrick

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St Bernard State School Eduquest success St Bernard State School was the winning school for the third time running in this year’s Eduquest held at Tamborine Mountain College, winning the trophy and a cheque for $1000. Each Team member received a medallion and bag full of educational prizes. Tamborine Mountain College scholarships were awarded to Harry Watts (SBSS) first, Nathan Jamieson (TMSS) second, and Isaac Bennett (SBSS) third. Canungra (Team 1) took out the Spirit Award which recognised that team’s efforts, cooperation and friendliness.

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UNPARALLELLED OPPORTUNITY WORKING FROM HOME ~ PART OR FULL TIME ~ ABSOLUTELY NO RISK ~ GENUINE OPPORTUNITY SELDOM KNOCKS TWICE! FREE TRAINING & SUPPORT. PH 0409 771 885. A NEW CHRISTIAN GROUP has started Wednesday nights from 7 pm at 12 Tabor Drive, Eagle Heights. The group caters for all types of Christians who are willing to dig into the scriptures and find Truth. Come and enjoy the Holy Ghost's presence as we endeavour to draw nearer to Christ. Come and tell us about your adventures in Him; your dreams and desires; and let's see what the Father will do. Your host: Richard 0412 346 733. Please feel free to phone or text. You may also email me at upperr@hotmail.com ATTENTION!! What’s on the bottom of your water tank? Dead rats, snakes, toads or worse. Minimum water loss extraction cleaning system now available by The Tank Doctor 0407 649 659 or 5545 3693. AUTO AIRCONDITIONING, for cars, trucks, & machinery. Re-gas for summer. Full service, leak test, diagnostics. We come to you. Phone Dave on 046 848 5545. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES FOR SALE – New/secondhand & local authors. Exc. selection $3–$5. Piccabeen Landcare Bookshop, below Joseph the Greengrocer, Main St. 5545 1847.

Food you can taste! Ph 5545 4445 eaglethai.com.au

SPECIAL LUNCH MENU SINCE 2007 $11.90 Winner Best Thai Restaurant 2012 Gold Coast. Lunch: Thur-Sun 11am-2.30pm Dinner: Thur-Tue till closed

Home Deliveries (Fees Apply) $30 min. order • Authentic Thai Chefs • Fully Lic’d & BYO 10 Macdonnell Road Eagle Heights

CLASSIFIEDS

CHIBALL – MOVE WITH THE SEASONS! The ChiBall Class is based on the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a beautiful fusion of modified Tai Chi/Qi Gong, Yoga and Pilates with ChiBall Dance, Muscle Release and Relaxation. The movements help to unblock meridian pathways and contribute to an improved sense of wellbeing. This “Exercise to music class” will leave you rejuvenated and still balanced and relaxed. Suitable for all ages! Class: Wednesdays 9–10am, at the Mt Tamborine Showground Hall. Fee: $10 per session. Just bring a nonslip Yoga Mat and a smile! Contact: Dagmar van der Lem. Ph: 0434 547 184; email: dagmar.vanderlem@gmail.com CHOOKMOBILE is a fully-equipped chook pen on 25cm wheels with a superb mobility system. It is fox and rat-proof. Models for up to 4 hens - $400; for 6 hens $450. Ph: 0418 758 295 or 5545 2206 DOMESTIC available. High standards, honest and reliable. $30 an hour. References available. Contact 0402 931 765 . FOR SALE Large variety of herbal products, dried flowers, and oils etc. Ph: 5545 0625. MULCH: Excellent quality. Aged, clean mulch. $30/metre delivered. Ph: 5545 0467.

MOUNTAIN-WIDE PAMPHLETS Distribution service. Advertise your business. Ph 0438 452 587. NATUROPATH, Nutrition advice, herbalist, 0417 630 615 www.ntpages.com.au/therapist/11495 PAINTER, PROFESSIONAL, licensed and local. Small to large. Decks, Roofs etc. Call Roy on 5545 2323 or 0404 486 579.

FOR SALE Photocopier – $1200 – Bizhub 750/600; A3/A4 Black & White copies; Staples, Sorts, Booklet Function; Fully functional and always maintained – User Guides provided. No delivery, pick-up only. Ph: Gwen on 5545 5333 – Mon-Fri 8am to 3pm

OPPORTUNITY for student to become involved in a local hospitality business. At this stage required for one hour per week on weekends. Please ring Gary at the Escarpment on 0422 502 020 TAI CHI & QIGONG New Beginners Classes, day & evening, commencing now, Beaudesert, Eagle Hts & Nerang. Accredited Instructor with 29 years experience. See www.ttcak.com or ph Gai 0409066501 TRADITIONAL REIKI CLASSES Reiki, massage, iridology by appointment. Change your life for the better. Phone Jan 0418 281 227. 20 years experience. VOLVO MECHANIC, Volvo service/ parts and genuine diagnostics. Ph Volvo Dave on 0423 334 336

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTING STEPHEN HALL & ASSOC. P/L Accounting on the Mountain • Taxation/BAS Returns • Business Advice • Bookkeeping

• Business Advice • Tax Planning • Payroll Services

Chartered & CPA Qualified Staff SHOP 3, 15 MAIN WESTERN RD NTH TAMBORINE

PHONE (07)

5545 2588

TAMBORINE TV & ANTENNA ANTENNAS

TV & VCR Tune-ins, Digital Decoders & Antennas, Extra TV Points Supplied & Installed Peter Newman (Reg’d T.E.S.A Member) FREE QUOTES

Ph

5543 3331 Mob 0409 729 107

Harding-Smith Builders

BUILDERS

CONT’.

BSA 701147 ACN 057 427013

Pty Ltd

House & General Builders

Mobile: 0408 772 250

A/h Mark 5545 2063 • David 5545 1620

BUILDING DESIGN TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN

Building Design & Energy Efficiency Reports BSA Lic 40718 Bers Accr BA 329 Paul Wootton Ph/Fx: 5545 2546 Mob: 0408 989 961

BUILDING EQUIPMENT HIRE

DENTAL PROSTHETIST Hire your building equipment from MITRE 10 North Tamborine

John Nicholsonʼs

• Washers • Dryers • Microwaves • Cooktops • Ovens Agent for: • Dishwashers Hoover - Dishlex • Washing Machines Kleenmaid - Fisher

5543 6858

& Paykel - Asko Asea

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS

Affairs JOE RUSSELL VeteransProvider

DENTURE CLINIC

Yes, you can.

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

DECK RESTORATION

BUILDING DESIGN

ARBORIST

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

COMPUTERS

Phone 5545 1170 OPEN 7 DAYS CABINETMAKING

PETER BERGMANS Lic 50168

MASTER CRAFTSMAN AND DESIGNER

KITCHENS, LAUNDRIES, ROBES, FURNITURE. Total service, from small improvements or changes to a complete overhaul. Creative budget solutions or more upmarket if you like.

Registered Dental Prosthetist

DENTURES - RELINES REPAIRS - MOUTHGUARDS

Shop 10 Eagle Heights Shopping Village

5545 3128

KLEANING K9s DOG GROOMING

1st Saturday of the month from Feb 2013.

Mobile dog grooming: hydrobath, brushouts, clipping & more.

Bookings: Ph Robyn on 0431 430 094

EARTHMOVING Excavators Bobcats Trucks

Phone 0437 436 552 all hours.

CLEANING & CARPETS Dave and Daniel Pearson

Eagle Heights Cleaning Services Affordable Rates Free Quotes

Mo b : 0 4 0 0 4 5 2 0 5 4 P h : 5 5 4 5 2 0 5 4 For all your Domestic & Commercial Cleaning Needs

BUILDERS

Dietzel Homes BUILDER Ph 5545 2557

CLEANING - PRESSURE

Mobile: 0407 764 715 or 0409 764 725

www.dietzelhomes.com

Fax 5545 2555 Qld Bldg. Reg No. 24096

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• postholes • pads • trenching • tank holes • clearing • burnoffs • landscaping

Specialising in: DRIVEWAYS

Ph: 5545 1979

POLICE

EMERGENCIES: 000 CRIMESTOPPERS: 1800 333 000 LOCAL POLICE: 5545 3473


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY EARTHMOVING

FENCING

HAIRDRESSING

Landscaping & Fencing

CLIPPERS NEST

TAMBORINE DAVE • Rubbish Removal • Chainsaw work

Ph: 5545 2183 or 0428 713 465

Ladies & Men’s Hairdressing Shop 4, Southport Ave, Eagle Heights

Ph Michelle 5545 1291 for appt

FIREWOOD

Aged Western Red Ironbark ELECTRICAL

G.J. Baldwin & Associates P/L

Tamborine Mtn Electrical ACN 010980695 Lic. 36447

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Domestic/Farm/Commercial Shop 4, Tamborine Plaza Ph: 5545 1207

FIVE STAR SECURITY & ELECTRICAL Lic. No. 59907

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

From $140m3 Phone Wayne 0419 768 959

FRAMING and

FINE ART and FRAMING

TOTAL PICTURE FRAMING SERVICE

Ph 5545 2402 – Opp. St Bernard’s Hotel Open Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm Saturday 9am – 12pm

GAS SUPPLIES

Coiffure HAIR

DESIGN

P: 5545 4783

M: 0413 233 530

For hair that looks good beyond the salon doors

REFRESH YOUR STYLE. Ladies & Mens Hairdressing For bookings call 5545 3915 Moroccan Oil

Shop 4 - The Town Centre Cnr Main & Griffith Sts North Tamborine (Next to NAB)

Domestic • Commercial • Farm Installation • Repairs

Phone: 5545 2166

Shop 4, 15 Main Western Rd, North Tamborine (opp. Pharmacy)

HEALTH

BANKCARD, VISA, MASTERCARD

PROFESSIONAL REFLEXOLOGIST (RAA, ATMS, ICR, FNTT)

Aching/burning feet, bunion pain, sore legs, sciatica, headaches, tension, general pain, women’s health HEALTH FUND REBATES • Helen, 0413 919 212

GUTTERS HOUSE RESTORATIONS

FASHION

HOUSE RESTORATION Specialising in

RE-ROOFING & RE-GUTTERING

STUNNING, ORIGINAL

GYM

ladies fashion from around the world • Estate Jewellery • Antiques • Shoes, accessories & much, much more. Fig Tree TOP Corner, Gallery Walk, Eagle Heights

5545 0859

Gym and Class Facility – Open to Everyone 8-9, 39 Main Street North Tamborine T: 07 5545 4774 • E: info@mainfitness.com.au W: www.mainfitness.com.au

As well as:

Decks ~ Re-stumping ~ Pergolas ~ Any timber repairs ~

Local tradesman 25 years’ experience Obligation free quotes

CALL GRAHAM

0448 634 180

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY PANEL BEATER

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

Quality (weed-free)

TAMBORINE TURF Est. 1966

“MONGREL MULCH” While ed is advert

$18/m3

Stan delivedrard or P.U.y $

with each 1m3 purchase of any other product, on any one day.

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

5545 3390

Affinity Landscapes Is your garden ready for spring & summer entertaining? Would you like to attract wildlife? Do you want envious friends & neighbours?

GROWERS OF: Premium Blue Couch, Greenlees Park and Kikuya Turf.

Ph: All Hrs 5543

L et us p r i ce yo ur l an dsc ap e pl an t n eed s. Bu y di rec t f ro m t he p rod uce r. Q u o t e c o m p a r is o n w e lc o m e . O PE N 7 DAYS . 17 6 L on g R d, Ea gl e He i gh t s • 5 54 5 4 99 9

MOWER REPAIRS

Tamborine Mower Repairs Suppliers of new & reconditioned • Mowers • Brush Cutters JOHN DEERE Spares & Service

Ph 5545 1892 or 0428 451 892

MOWING & SLASHING

Acreage Mowing Prompt Reliable Service

U-Drive Dingo Hire with Attachments Large blocks for retaining walls or heavy-duty control solutions

bagged fertiliser bagged mulches crusher dust drainage gravels P.U. roadbase OR decorative gravels r sandstones DELIVER soils Y t fo un ds mulches treated logs o c a Dis m3 lo concrete blend rocks 6 sleepers to 4.8m stepping stones sands, barks railway sleepers

PLUS MUCH MORE

85

Hartley Road, Nth Tamborine

TUESDAY-SATURDAY 9AM-3PM

5545 1892 0428 451 892

PAINTERS & DECORATORS

eco painters bsa licence 1043639

domestic/commercial paint finishes • colour consulting Phone Derek 0414 478 787

FREE QUOTES PICK UP DELIVERY

te l /f ax : 5 545 4 726 Ma jor C red it C ard s Acc ep ted

Ro y T he P aint e r

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ity al

H: 5545 2323 M: 0404 486 579 ALL OUTSIDE/INSIDE WORK INCLUDING ROOFS & DECKS

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE TM NEWS

5545 3170

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WINDSCREENS BRAKES RUST FOR R.W.C.

1 HAYES RD

OFF TAMBORINE OXENFORD RD

PLASTERER Gyprock, ornate & suspended ceilings, fancy cornices, ceiling roses. All Aspects of Trade Phone BRETT CLEARY

5545 0115 PLUMBING

Ian Lloyd • • • • •

Plumbing Drainage Roofing Guttering Pumps

Licensed Plumber QBS Lic No. 62248

LICENSED BACKFLOW PREVENTION Ph: (Mob) 0417 437 143 A/H 5543 6884

Specialising in:• Maintenance • Plumbing • Draining • Roofing • Gasfitting Ph: Dave Angel at Nth Tamborine Ph: 5545 2369 all hours Mobile No: 0419 677 008

Lic No 047179

y

5545 3390

NOW BIGGER, BETTER, CLOSER!

Private and insurance work Total Car Care

Now Available at Tamborine Mower Repairs

om

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

6133/5543 8441

Qu

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NURSERY

PH: 5545 2319

• Farm pick-up or delivered • Weekend pick-ups must be ordered by Friday • Inspection Invited.

Lo c a l h o r t i cu l t u r a l i s t & l i c ’ d s t r u ct u r a l l a n d s c a p e r • Design • Water features • Stonework • Planting • Paving & retaining walls • Contemporary, native & formal gardens

MOB: 0411 805 589 – AH: 5545 3360

ALLAN HAYES TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN PANEL & PAINT

PUMPS


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY REAL ESTATE

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

PU RIF ICAT ION SOL UT IONS

REAL ESTATE MOUNT

TA M B O R I N E

BUY SELL RENT tel: (07) 5545 5000 fax: (07) 5545 5050 Cnr School & Siganto Rds, Mount Tamborine web: Kendall-Realestate.com.au

Local Country

REMOVALIST Vic Palmer

REMOVALS

Interstate Pre-packing

Ph: 07 3287 4326 Mobile 0408 743 244

Incorporating Tamborine Mtn Removals

RETAINING WALLS

Rock and Timber Retaining Walls

WASTE WATER TREATMENT

• Water Treatment • Waste Water Treatment • Sewerage Plant Maintenance • Pump Sales/Repairs • Designs & Modifications

G LE N H A R V E Y 0 4 1 2 3 6 6 8 6 7 • 1 3 0 0 3 0 2 6 7 6

Ph 0412 403 833 • 5543 1784

Tai

Chi

g l en @b i o wo r x .c o m .a u

WATER SUPPLIES

TAI CHI

• RELAXATION • BETTER HEALTH • REJUVENTION • LONGEVITY For all ages an d levels Lee Chang Tye – 0420 349 744 email: relaxedmindtaichi@gmail.com

PONY EXPRESS

VALUER

MOUNTAIN WATER

VALUER – MALCOLM BISHOPP Independent Property Valuer, all purposes. Assessments market value, compensation, property settlement, stamp duty, GST. Registered Valuer Queensland No. 734. Member Australian Property Institute (Valuers)

PO Box 107, Eagle Heights 4271 Phone 5545 0022 Fax: 5545 0200

VETERINARY SURGEON Canungra Cnr Pine Rd & Franklin St

5543 5622 All Hours

Est 1985 - Maurice & Debbie Friendly, Reliable Delivery

$140 per load BSC Approved

7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5545 3935 or 0417 644 498

WINDOW CLEANING

FRED’S WINDOW CLEANING Free Quotes

Windows, Screens, Tracks Mob: 0427 808 341

Email: fredlutzke60@hotmail.com

YOGA

Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.30pm. Sat 8.30am-11.30am A.H. EMERGENCY SERVICES ALWAYS AVAILABLE

• E x p e rt l y B u i l t • A l l E a r t h w o r k s • En g i ne e r d e s i gn e d , w h en r e qu i r ed • C er t i f i ca t i o n • BS A Li c e n ce d 11 1 1 93 9 Office: 5543 8584 • Mob: 0432 281 075 Email: mark-pearson@bigpond.com

YOGA AT MAIN FITNESS SATURDAYS 8.30am with ADRIAN T: 07 5545 4774 • W: www.mainfitness.com.au

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

Here’s why you should call “Power Pumping”

Established on the Mountain since 1990

VETERINARY SURGERY Andre w Pa x ton-Ha ll BVSc. Chris Corc ora n BVSc. (Hons)

✓ You’ll enjoy our friendly staff ✓ You’ll like our fast response time ✓ You’ll enjoy our reliable service ✓ You can trust us, we’re LOCAL • Septic & Sullage Tanks • Grease Traps • Holding Tanks • Treatment Plants • Pumps • Baffles

Small & Large Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm Animal Practice Saturday 8am - 1pm A fully equipped veterinary hospital right here on the Mountain providing quality service including home visits, x-ray, ultrasound, in-house blood tests, surgery, pet grooming, hydrobath and a full range of pet food supplies.

Tamborine Mountain resident & business for over 20 years.

A/H Emergency Service Always Available

P: 5545 2692 M: 0408 633 260

5545 2422 all hours 2 Main St, Nth Tamborine

THE At rear of Presbyterian Church BARGAIN CENTRE $AVE • Secondhand Furniture • Soft Furnishings • Kitchenware • Books • Toys • Accessories & Costume Jewellery • Ladies, Men’s & Children’s Clothing OPEN: Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am – 12noon

Other times by appointment

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16 Beechmont Ave $559,000 on 1012m2 38-50 Lahey Lookout Rd Reduced to $765,000 •Fully renovated dual accom. •Slow combustion heater •4 bed, 2 bath & large rear deck •10ft ceilings, polished timber •2 kitchens & 2 living rooms floors

76 Wongawallan Road $795,000 · 4 bed/2 bath/study/mod. kit. · Indoor/outdoor deck

· Formal & family living areas · Block Size 1,012m2

•Wonderful 300° views of area •4 beds/2 baths/3 living/large near-new kitchen

•20,300m2 block; 20x10x5m shed with 3 phase power •Flood-lit tennis court

39 Cliff Way $795,000 on 979m2 · 4 Bed/2 bath/2 toilets · Two level home, views, bore

· Exc. family home for older kids · Gardens, fully fenced & gated

Lot 11 Hartley Rd $299,000 on ½ Acre Lot 15 Hartley Rd $299,000 on ½ Acre · Flat land with rich red soil · Private – forest buffer to street · Fabulous shade trees

OP E N S HOME

· Large building areas on quiet street · Walk to High School

· Flat land with rich red soil · Forest buffer from street · Ample room for a house

· Mature Macadamia tree · Walk to High and Primary Schools

17-21 Romana Court......11.00–11.30 ~ 11 Wasatch Court......12.00–12.30 16 Beechmont Avenue......1.30–2.00 ~ 38-50 Lahey Lookout Road......2.30–3.00 12 King Parrot Court......11.30–12.00

SAT 8 JUN E

Shop 2, 15 Main Street, North Tamborine, 4272, Queensland m: 0439 754 344 p: 5545 4000 www.professionalstamborinemountain.com.au

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