Page 1

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN 1364, 22 OCT 2013

ESTABLISHED 1958 COVERING TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN, CANUNGRA, TAMBORINE AND UPPER COOMERA

OUR BEST SCARECROW FESTIVAL YET

In what everyone agrees was the best Scarecrow Festival yet, nothing captured the creative and innovative spirit of the event more than this Thomas the Tank Engine entry from Marks and Gardner Gallery which won Best Celebrity category. ‘Engine driver’ Pip Collins had Thomas all fired up, and awaiting orders from the Fat Controller. Story page 3; photos pages 16 and 17. Christopher Carter casts his first vote

MOUNTAIN HAVEN

CT RA NT O RC DE N U

$445,000 – 1,626m

2

• Views of beautiful

3

1

2

bushland & Gold Coast • Light filled open plan living • Polished timber floors & hardwood deck • Solar panels connected to grid for rebate • Large shed under house for storage & workshop

14 BORNEO COURT Elizabeth Stirling 0400 449 978

W NE

ANYONE FOR GOLF?

ICE PR

$410,000 – 830m2 • Open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining

• 4 bedrooms, 3 with built-in cupboards.

• Office with sep. entry & ceiling fans

• Woollen insulation bats in ceiling

• Spacious timber deck 3

2

1

with umbrella & heater

57 PACIFIC PARADE Elizabeth Stirling 0400 449 978

‘Capo di Monte’,10-12 Main St, Nth Tamborine • Tel: 5545 5000 • Fax: 5545 5050 • www.professionalstamborinemountain.com.au TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 1


TRADITIONAL ACUPUNCTURIST Peter Crook B.Ac.

Patricia’s classes have French connection

Reg’d Acupuncturist AHPRA/AACMA Member

– 30 years clinical experience – 49 Main St, North Tamborine

TUES, WED & THURS

Ph: 5545 3361 Mob: 0414 451 844 www.petercrookacupuncture.com.au Priate health fund rebates/HICAPS

Arora (above) grew up in EAGLE PATRICIA Mumbai and now calls Tamborine Mountain home, but she is a Francophile

HEIGHTS BAKERY

7 DAYS A WEEK 6AM TO 5PM PHONE 5545 4011

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN PHYSIOTHERAPY & SPORTS INJURY CLINIC 16-18 Main Western Road North Tamborine Gary Brooks BPhty BHMS Physio./Exercise Scientist Steve Schamburg BPhty Physiotherapist

HOURS: MON-FRI 9AM-5PM SATURDAY BY APPOINTMENT

Ph: 5545 0500

at heart and is passing on her love of all things French through language classes for primary and high school students. Patricia’s passion for French was ignited when she was 12 years old and her family hosted two exchange students from Paris. When they returned to France, they left Patricia with the prettiest doll she had ever seen and a few words of French. “Anything French, from postal stamps to music, became my collection as a teenager right until I graduated from university with a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in French language and literature,” she said. “Then Paris, France, became my home for four years.” There, Patricia completed a two-year diploma in bilingual French translation – French to English – and was employed by a French software company which was part of an international team tasked with

CAN YOU DESIGN A LOGO?

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS PO Box 118 North Tamborine Qld 4272 Phone 5545 3170 or 0431 722 177 editor@tamborinemountainnews.com Managing Editor: Gary Stubbs News Editor: Lisa Stubbs Printed in the Scenic Rim by Beaudesert Times Our masthead features the Great Barred Frog (Mixophyes fasciolatus), a ground-dwelling amphibian native to the rainforests of the Tamborine Mountain area. 2 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

developing computer software for what we know today as the internet. “Teams of Indian software engineers would arrive in Paris to develop software modules for this international project and I would translate Hindi to English to French as some of them were technologically highly qualified but could not speak French and had only a few English words to use,” she said. “On the other hand, the French engineers could not speak Hindi and did not much care to communicate in English. Voila, that’s where I fit in!” Patricia has tutored many high school level students in French and now living on the Mountain would like to combine her skills and her love of French culture and conversation to provide private tuition, based on the curriculum, to primary and high school students, in onehour sessions at $25 per child. She is also hoping to introduce primary school students from age six onwards to French through creative activities in 45 to 50-minute session at $20 per child. Another service offered by Patricia is French custom-made, intensive and fun workshops. These can be organised on an hourly basis for visitors planning to travel to France. Ideally, a workshop would be a group of four or six people taking part in a workshop of four to six hours. Patricia said she could even tailor-make a workshop for a couple. “I want to use my skills in this area doing what I love so much – conversing in French, sharing its culture and the intricacies of the French mannerisms,” said Patricia. For further information, phone 0405 617 074.

North Tamborine Shopping Square is inviting members of the local community to take part in a competition to design an attractive and appropriate logo for the complex.

The competition closes at the end of November. Details of the competition can be obtained by emailing John@villagesm.com.au or phoning 5545 0900.

ERRORS & OMISSIONS – While every care is taken with the copy and advertisements, Tamborine Mountain News cannot be held responsible for errors or their effect. Positioning of classified and display advertisements cannot be guaranteed. Tamborine Mountain News reserves the right to alter, abbreviate, omit or re-classify advertisements for any reason. The Editors at all times reserve the right to edit or omit news copy or letters submitted for publication. Readers are reminded that letters to the editor must bear a full name, address and signature and should preferably be typed. The views expressed in Letters to the Editor and non editorial copy carrying the author’s name, are not necessarily those of Tamborine Mountain News nor is responsibility accepted for accuracy of information therein. Inclusion of an advertisement for a product or service should not be seen as an endorsement by Tamborine Mountain News.


Festival just gets better and better

T

AMBORINE Mountain Chamber of Commerce President, Chris Kite, has hailed the 2013 Scarecrow Festival an outstanding success and has promised that it will continue to grow and enjoy the chamber’s ongoing support. “It just gets better and better each year and the enthusiasm and support from the community and business has taken it to a new level,” said Chris. While a record 120 entries were registered to take part in the festival’s judging competition, there were also many unregistered scarecrows dotted about the Mountain, some of a very high quality. Chris thanked the many volunteers for their months of planning and hard work to make the festival a success and in particular singled out festival coordinator, Kerry Sanders, for the dedication, time and effort she had put into organising the festival over the past two years. Kerry plans to take a wellearned break. Chris also acknowledged the work of the festival’s team of judges who included Scenic Rim Mayor John Brent and Kerry who said the standard of the entries was getting so high that choosing the winners was becoming an increasingly difficult task. As well as being a fun time for the

Free Trees at Beaudesert Free trees will be available to ratepayers on Saturday 2 November as part of Council’s Free Tree program. Residents must present their Free Tree Voucher (delivered with the August 2013 rates notice) in order to collect their free trees. Plants will be distributed at Council’s Nursery, 73-81 Birnam St Beaudesert, between the hours of 8am and 12pm. Free Safe Work Australia Week presentation As part of Safe Work Australia Week, presenter Rodney Vagg will share his personal story of a workplace accident that left him quadriplegic, highlighting the importance of safe work practices. Join Rodney at The Centre Beaudesert from 5.30pm on Tuesday 29 October to find out why workplace safety is vital to both you and your family. Light refreshments provided. Register your attendance by Monday 28 October, phone Cherie Fletcher on 5540 5314 or email cherie.f@scenicrim.qld.gov.au. Free Tendering for Government Contracts Workshop Council is holding a free Tendering for Government Contracts Workshop, designed to show you how to apply for and maximise your chances of securing government contract work for your business. Come along to The Centre Beaudesert from 5pm on Wednesday

local community, the festival had drawn many visitors over the weekend and this had given a significant boost to the local economy. At a presentation ceremony held at the Mount Tamborine Brewery, the winners of the various scarecrow categories received their prizes, along with the winners of the poetry and colouring competitions. The Best in Show award, valued at $500 and sponsored by Fudge Heaven, went to Cindy Wood and Nick Lambart’s Green Man, an entry made almost entirely of living grass and flowers. Scarecrow competition winners were: Best Family Category: Cullen and Criss Families; Best Primary School or Kindy: Tamborine Mountain State School; Best Creative: Heaton Family; Best Association/Services Club: Tamborine Mountain Community Care; Best Business: Joseph the Greengrocer; Best Celebrity: Marks and Gardner Gallery; Best Traditional: Angels on the Walk; Best in Show: Cindy Wood and Nick Lambart. Highly Commended: Laureen Holmes, Gerrard Family, Kavanagh, Hacce and Hatezic Families, Flights of Fancy, Eagle Heights Bakery, Smith Family, Turkey Point Trading Post, Tamborine Mountain Netball Club, Bargains R Us.

Council Notices

13 November. Light refreshments provided. Register your attendance by Friday 8 November, phone Kelli Rabbitt on 5540 5263 or email kelli.r@scenicrim.qld.gov.au. 2014 Australia Day Awards Nominations are now open for the 2014 Australia Day Awards, held to recognise the significant contributions made by individuals or groups to the Scenic Rim or wider community. Nominations close 4.30pm, Friday 15 November 2013. Nomination forms and further information is available at Council’s website, Customer Service Centres and Libraries or by contacting Events Officer Christy Schloss on 5540 5399.

LIVE @ THE CENTRES BAMS presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Until Sat 26 October Check times and prices on website @ The Centre Beaudesert Classic Flick – In the Good Old Summertime (G) Starring Judy Garland & Van Johnson Thu 24 October 9.30am $5 includes morning tea @ The Centre Beaudesert The Icarus Chronicles Goat Track Theatre and youth of the

Scenic Rim. $20; Groups 10+ $15; Groups 50+ $10. Contains coarse language, sexual references, adult themes. Fri 1 November 7pm Sat 2 November 2pm & 7pm @ Boonah Cultural Centre Fri 8 November 7pm Sat 9 November 2pm & 7pm @ The Centre, Beaudesert Boonah Bookfest Sat 9 November 8.30am–3pm Free event. Thousands of books – nothing over $5. @ Boonah Cultural Centre Clothes Swap Sat 9 November 9am-1pm Free to swap or gold coin @ Boonah Cultural Centre Teasing the Domestic – High Tea Fundraiser Sat 16 November 2pm $15 Afternoon tea, sale of tea cosies, raffles + film “The Help” (M). Supporting Qld Cancer Council. @ The Centre Beaudesert

EXHIBITIONS (free admission) Echoes ASSI 150 Continues until 26 October A shared history of Beaudesert and the arrival of the first South Sea Islanders 150 years ago @ The Centre Beaudesert

Teasing the Domestic 1 November – 18 December A toast to both the hand-made and the home-made. Toured by Artslink. @ The Centre Beaudesert Animated Steel Continues until 3 November Works by Christopher Trotter @ Boonah Regional Art Gallery Arts Call Out 2014 Studios of the Scenic Rim Calling for applications for 2014 round of open studios. For enquiries and to receive your application pack, phone 5540 5050 or email your name and postal address to thecentre@scenicrim.qld.gov.au. Also calling for venues interested in hosting Artists-in-Residence during the 2014 Studios program. Closing date 25 October. For more information: www.liveatthecentre.com.au Boonah Cultural Centre 5463 1524 The Centre 5540 5050

POSITIONS VACANT Temporary Truck Driver – closes 12pm Friday 1 November 2013 For further information please call 5540 5126 or refer to www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au/employment

For more information on Council services and events, please visit www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au or phone 1300 360 555. Follow Council on social media www.facebook.com/ScenicRimRC or www.twitter/ScenicRimRC TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 3


Parlez-vous? If you have ever considered

Documentary puts focus on CSG

learning French, now’s the time to talk to Patricia Arora. A qualified French language teacher and lover of all things French, Patricia is offering courses in French language and culture here on Tamborine Mountain. Phone:

DENISE MURRAY & PENE EDWARDS Bronze sculptures by Denise Murray Paintings by Pene Edwards October 20 to November 21

Secret Garden Independent Bookshop

0405 617 074

Original three dimensional artwork by Sarah Davis for Christopher Cheng’s delightful children’s book, Sounds Spooky, is now on display. Sarah made sculptures of all the book’s characters, and built an entire haunted house and its furnishings, including ‘photos’, from cardboard and plaster. This is a wonderful experience for children and adults alike to view the latest cutting edge technologies in picture book production.

4 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

Paul Robert Burton

Fractured Country – a film documentary that explores the dramatic impact of coal and coal seam gas mining on the lives of Australian rural communities – will be screened at 6pm this Saturday at the Goat Track Theatre, Vonda Youngman Community Centre, North Tamborine. It will be shown within a concert by acclaimed singersong writer Paul Robert Burton who is widely acknowledged for his instrumental versatility. Fractured Country was produced by the Lock the Gate Alliance, a national coalition of community groups from across Australia who are uniting to fight reckless coal and coal seam gas (CSG) expansion. It features the stories of people whose lives have been changed forever by coal seam CSG mining on their land, as well as highlighting the groundswell of grassroots action to stop the industry from ruining lives and communities across Australia. Burton works closely with the Lock the Gate Alliance and the documentary’s film-maker David Lowe. He performs an eclectic repertoire of musical pieces that blend blues, Celtic, gypsy, Middle Eastern, gospel, bluegrass, swing, jazz and folk-rock influences “I work closely with the Lock the Gate Alliance and filmmaker David Lowe and have met and stood alongside many of the people and communities featured in the film,” said Burton. “My music and stories from these communities will inspire and support the people of the Scenic Rim to continue their vigilance to protect this amazing region from mining and industrialisation.” Entry is by donation of $10 (children are free). For further information or to book your seats, call Sally MacKinnon on 0412 682 008 or email: salmackinnon@bigpond.com The event is supported by the Ethos Foundation: www.ethosfoundation.org, Keep the Scenic Rim Scenic: http://www.keepthescenicrimscenic.com and Lock the Gate Alliance: http://www.lockthegate.org.au


CHANGING LIVES FOR GOOD

Sounds Spooky but exhibition adds new dimension to story book

A

N exhibition which literally showcases the children’s book, Sounds Spooky, explores a new dimension in picture book illustration. The free exhibition, at Marks & Gardner Gallery at the Secret Garden, allows adults and children to see the latest cuttingedge technologies in picture book production as they explore the haunted house depicted by Sounds Spooky illustrator, Sarah Davis. Those who dare can peer into the ghost’s bedroom, and look into the stairways, dining room and kitchen of the haunted house which have been captured in three-dimensional cardboard and plaster dioramas presented in glass showcases. While the gallery regularly gives book lovers the opportunity to view original illustrations in watercolours or pen and ink, this is a rare opportunity to see a book which has been created using 3D sculpture. The exhibition continues until Friday, November 15 at the gallery, 69 Main Western Road.

Available online: www.waitplate.com and at Heavenly Beauty, 4/18 Main St, North Tamborine

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 5


Tamborine Mtn Police News by Sgt. Mick Jones, North Tamborine Police

General and Children’s DENTISTRY & ORTHODONTICS

Ph 5545 2522 Dr Claudia Rodrigues and her friendly team Shop 4E Nth Tamborine Shopping Square 17-27 Main Western Road North Tamborine Mon, Tue, Thu 8am-5pm • Wed 9am-7pm Fri 9am-3pm • Sat 9am-2pm

DENTURE CLINIC Quality Full & Partial Dentures caringly sculpted by

TOOLS STOLEN FROM SHED Offender/s broke into a farm shed on a property in Young Street/Wilson Road overnight on 4 and 5 October and stole the following property: New Honda UMK435 brush cutter Serial 1551079; as new Husqvarna 435e chainsaw and case; older Stihl 010 chainsaw; distinctive brand Fairmont limb lopper pole saw hydraulic with missing clip on handle; Makita cordless drill, socket set; mini blow torch; new Marine Pro 600 Century truck battery; a block and tackle; two red 20 litre fuel drums Scepter brand; one black 20 litre fuel drum Rheem brand; one 10 litre Aust brand fuel drum; one10 litre fuel drum Rheem brand. Any information that may assist police with recovering the property and identifying the offender/s would be greatly appreciated. ARMCO RAIL BARRIER ENDS TARGETED BY THIEVES Believe it or not, but all those Armco guard rails on Tamborine Mountain Road, Tamborine-Oxenford Road and WaterfordTamborine Road that have the ends missing and sections pulled apart have been stolen. Main Roads have reported that over the past two weeks offenders have struck at night - in all probability dressed in road worker’s clothing - and with flashing light utilities are dismantling the ends of the Armco barriers and stealing the rail section. It is believed they have been selling the stolen material. The value presently is around $60,000 in stolen steel sections. Henri Robert Drive and the Goat Track are yet to be hit it seems and I ask you all to be on the look out for anyone after hours working on Armco rails. Main Roads advise that at no time are road works being conducted at night.

Mountain State High School and Tamborine Mountain College) graduating students will be taking part in the Queensland-based Driver Safety program designed to improve the skills of our new young road users. At a cost of around $120 per student and with about 130 students taking part, it is a considerable fund-raising effort that we are able to achieve through the assistance of community groups and events such as the Tour de Tamborine, School P&C, RSL, local businesses and coin drop money boxes at Subway, Westpac, Tamborine Takeaway and others. I would like to say a huge thank you to those who continue to support this program and I am delighted to report that we have a completely new training package being delivered this year which I believe is an improved value for money product for our kids. If you would like to see who we have engaged to deliver our students driver training package, visit: driversafety.com.au website which will introduce you to the company. We were a bit short of funds this year and when this became known Len and Elizabeth Jobson contacted me and asked how much we needed. Bless you dearly for the considerable donation provided to help us get through once again this year and continue to provide this invaluable training experience to our young new drivers.

Joe Russell Shop 10/17 Southport Ave Eagle Heights Shopping Village TUESDAY & FRIDAY

5545 3128 Has your smile lost its charm? Are your dentures loose, uncomfortable or worn down? Is it more than 5 years since your dentures were checked? Do your dentures make you unhappy?

Specialising in Precision Dentures Laminated Sports Mouthguards Eftpos Available • Health Fund via Hi Caps

Example of end treatment (the yellow section) being stolen from Armco guard rails in the Scenic Rim Shire around Tamborine Mountain. The large round ends are also being targeted and stolen. DEFENSIVE DRIVING INITIATIVE Once again we are happy to report that each of our high schools’ (Tamborine

6 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

Elizabeth Jobson from Jobson’s Traditional Realty presenting Sgt Mick Jones with a much needed boost to the Tamborine Mountain Defensive Driving Initiative bank balance. DONATIONS MOST WELCOME Anyone wishing to donate to our ongoing training program is urged to please do so at the North Tamborine Police Station during office hours Monday to Friday. We re most appreciative of all the support we can get.


Common Koel

I

N spring, Tamborine Mountain residents may notice an extra bird voice added to the usual chorus. A monotonous koo-el, koo-el, koo-el is the call of a Common Koel (Eudynamys scolopacea) also known as the Stormbird or Rainbird. The call is used to demonstrate territory and attract a mate. The name of the bird itself, Koel, is derived from a Hindi word based on the sound of the bird’s call. In Brisbane the name of a suburb was derived from the Aboriginal word for Koel – Tuwong or Toowong, which was also an imitation of the call of the Koel. Although the Koel is a diurnal bird it can sometimes call at night. With a length of 39–46 centimetres, the Koel is quite a large bird, but it can also be shy and difficult to see so it is more often heard than seen. The male and female have quite different plumage. The male is glossy black while the female has a black head and neck, its back and wings are brown with fine white spots and its chest is buff with fine black bars. The Common Koel feeds on fruit such as figs and may also take caterpillars and insects. It feeds in the canopy of forests, parks and gardens and will occasionally join flocks of other species such as pigeons. The Common Koel is a long distance migrant, which divides its time between New Guinea and northern and eastern

Australia (south to Eastern Victoria). In SeptemberOctober it arrives in Australia from New Guinea for its breeding season. The Common Koel is a cuckoo and is a brood parasite. The male and female only appear to have a short-term pair bonding. The female lays one egg in the nest of the host bird, often Wattlebirds, Friarbirds or Magpie Larks. Sometimes she returns to feed the nestling. The Koel nestling does not always eject other hatchlings, but it is the largest, noisiest and most demanding nestling in the nest, and its much smaller ‘parents’ must work hard to satisfy its appetite. In March the Koels leave Australia to return to New Guinea, They travel long distances. A Koel ringed in New South Wales was located in New Guinea 2950km away. The young Koels usually leave for New Guinea shortly after the adult birds. This is a remarkable journey since the young birds do not have any parental guidance or escort to make this first long journey to New Guinea. The Common Koel’s distinctive calls are a reminder that summer is not too far away. Bush Walk: Saturday 26 October, Coochiemudlo Island Mountain Nature Walk: Saturday 26 October Nadia O’Carroll

With something for everyone...

TRAVELLING PLACES with Gina UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF EUROPE Europe has a wild heart of rugged mountains, but this is also a continent that excels at gentle pleasures - be it a cycle between Provencal villages, a walk along clifftop trails to the villages of the Amalfi Coast or sampling Spain's many gastronomic highlights. Peregrine journeys take time to get under the skin of Europe. Seeing the famous sites is a must, but it’s often the memory of wandering through a small village or sharing dinner with a local family that will leave a lasting impact. Peregrine groups sizes in Europe are capped at 16 people. This means you’ll visit places the big groups can’t, stay in more interesting accommodation (try getting a coach-load of people into a Bedouin camp) and take all sorts of transport (Turkish gulet, anyone?). You'll also stay in a clean, charming and locally owned B&B, restored 15th century residence or former British Embassy building in Greece and not an utterly forgettable hotel chain. It's just another benefit of small group travel with Peregrine.

travelling places Est. 1993

24 Main St, Nth Tamborine P: 5545 1600 F: 5545 2532 E: travellingplaces@bigpond.com

EUROPE IS NOW 10% CLOSER. • Book and deposit any 2014 Peregrine Europe journey before 31st October and you'll save 10% • Combine this with the Europe Earlybird airfares from $1525 per person return with Singapore Airlines including all fuel surcharges taxes and fees.

Domestic Travel International Travel Visa Processing Foreign Exchange Coach & Rail

• Call Travelling Places for details.

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 7


The Mountaintop Hair Shoppe

Phone: 5545 1491 Main St., North Tamborine Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9am–4pm Tues & Sat 9am–12 noon Some of the Art Collective’s members at the first airing of the new gazebos.

New gazebos up for Springtime celebration

D PUPPY SCHOOL • BASIC POSITIVE REWARD TRAINING • SOCIALISATION • TOILET TRAINING • PROBLEM SOLVING • PUPPY HEALTH TM VET SURGERY/CANUNGRA VET SURGERY PH: 5545 2422/ PH: 5543 5622

URING this year’s Springtime on the Mountain celebration, TM Arts Collective members were thrilled to unpack their new gazebos and display tables purchased through a Scenic Rim Council grant. Lindsay Orr and Sean O’Kelly earned the thanks of members for their invaluable help with the erection and dismantling of the gazebos on all three days of the festival. Because of the generous invitation from the Garden Club and its offer of the Botanic Gardens as a setting for the collective’s participation, members were able to enjoy the busy weekend on a lakeside setting

enhanced by perfect sunny weather. The weekend was also an excellent opportunity to launch the collective’s major fund-raising venture for the year: a calendar for 2014. Shannon Hunter, as coordinator for this fundraising event, worked tirelessly to have it produced and ready for sale for Springtime. At $20 and featuring some of the members’ works, it is a great idea for a Christmas gift. If you would like to purchase a calendar, check the collective’s Facebook page: Tmartscollective Tmac or contact it by email: tmtnarts@gmail.com

Put off, put on

Dear Geoff, No, I am not talking about weight loss. I have been writing to you about Biblical transformation. And although our culture may be consumed with changing our external appearance, the Bible is more concerned about what is going on in the ‘heart’. It uses the word ‘cardia’, (cardiac, cardiology, etc.) when speaking about the heart, but the word means more than the muscle that pumps our blood. It is out of the heart that the issues of life come. Jesus says in Matthew, ‘For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander.’(Matthew 15:19) Jesus was making the point that our problems originate inside us where we think and feel and desire. And that our relationship with God is not something that can be put right by external ceremonial washing. Although we have come to associate the heart with feelings and sentiments as in, ‘that warms my heart’, the Bible gives it more weight in our lives. The heart is spoken of as the centre out of which we think and act. It is here that we set ourselves to do good or evil. When we receive by faith the work of Christ on our behalf, it is as if God gives us a new heart, that is, new desires, new commitments, new motivations and affections. It is not a new muscle, but a new orientation of our innermost life. Paul encourages us, ‘Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right

hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things’. (Col.3:1-2) There emerges a ‘put off, put on’ dynamic in the New Testament that encourages us to actively engage in the process of change as we work out that fundamental change that God has worked in us. Paul speaks of putting off the ‘old self’ and putting on the ‘new self’. ‘You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires; to be made new in the attitude of your minds; and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness. Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to his neighbor, for we are all members of one body’. (Ephesians 4:22-25). As we ‘work out our salvation with fear and trembling’, that is, with humility and purposefulness, dependence and courage, we must keep in view that we are not working for our salvation. We are working out in our hearts and lives that which God has so marvelously accomplished in us. ‘Continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose’. (Philippians 2:1213).

8 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

Your Brother, Kim

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


TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 9


Tamborine Mountain College Yr 7 Welcome Day – TMC Leadership Day Monday 4th November 8.45am–3pm YEAR 7 STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO EXPERIENCE COLLEGE LIFE: • Wear Primary School uniform • Bring your pencil case with equipment – pencil, eraser, scissors, glue stick, coloured pencils. • Meet students in the Year 8 Class of 2014 • Meet the teachers • Meet the rest of our College students • Enjoy a morning of class activities as an “ice breaker” • Enjoy morning tea with fellow classmates (must bring own morning tea) • Enjoy a complimentary sausage sizzle and fruit popper (vegetarian also catered for) • Vote for next year’s student leaders (Year 11s nominated will be speaking at the College assembly on the day), involving your child in who will be TMC captains and prefects next year.

Expressions of Interest invited to Enrol Tamborine Mountain College Prep-Grade 6 – 2015 Enrolling now for Year 7 and Year 8 2015 – secure your place!

80 Beacon Road North Tamborine 4272 5545 3644 ~ admin@tmc.qld.edu.au ~ www.tmc.qld.edu.au 10 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN COLLEGE INVITES

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST from suitably qualified contractors for the Proposed Stage 3 of construction works at their school in North Tamborine, Qld. The new building works include: A two-storey classroom building with covered walkway and student amenities Tenders will be invited in November 2013 for construction commencing in January 2014.

Sue Snowdon (left) and daughter Holly

Holly helped by Village Lions

T

AMBORINE Village Lions Club has presented 15-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer, Holly Snowdon, with a special sleep alarm valued at $1683. Having the alarm permanently in the Snowdon home allows Holly and her family the security of knowing it is there ready to use at any time. One of the challenges Holly has to deal with is sleep patterns. Her mother Sue Snowdon approached the Lions Club with a request for help because so few sleep alarms were available for hire, they were costly, and could be hired for periods of only three weeks at a time. “It was then a case of putting your name back on the bottom of the list and waiting for your turn again,” said Sue. “It will make a dramatic difference to Holly, giving her more independence as she gets older.” A Lions Club spokesperson said club was delighted that it had been able to make such a difference in Holly’s life. If you or anyone you know in the community requires assistance and could benefit from help provided by Tamborine Village Lions, please contact Richard Wright on 0414 554 268 or email tamborinevillagelions@live.com

BE SAFE NOT SORRY

Please provide a concise summary of previous relevant experience, work in progress, value of projects. Submit EOIs 12pm on Friday 25 October 2013 to: brisbane@fultontrotter.com.au

Tamborine Community Church Vonda Youngman Community Centre, Main Street, North Tamborine.

SUNDAYS 10am ALL WELCOME Pastor Greg Hunt – 0402 662 998

FR FREE REE Safety Safe ety in the Workplace Wo orkplace presentation prre re esentatiion

Pr esenter Rodney V agg shar es his personal story y of a workplace accident th hat left him Presenter Vagg shares that quadriplegic, highlighti ng the importance of safe work w practices. Join Rodney for this highlighting Safe W ork Australia W e pr eek esentation to find out why workplace safety is nott only Work Week presentation vital to you personally y, but also to your family y. personally, family. Date: T Tuesday uesday 29 Octo October ber Time: 5.00pm for 5.30p pm 5.30pm Duration: appr ox 1.5hr rs approx 1.5hrs Location: The Centr e, 82 8 Brisbane Str eet, Beaudes sert Centre, Street, Beaudesert RSVP: Monday 28 Octo ober to Cherie Fletcher October cherie.f@scenicrim.qld.g gov.au T el e 5540 5314 cherie.f@scenicrim.qld.gov.au Tel This presentation prre esen ntation is an initiative of Scenic Rim Regional Council Co ouncil Light rrefreshments e efrre eshments prov vided provided

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 11


12 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


VARRO CLARKE & CO LAWYERS Est. Brisbane 1974 Est. North Tamborine 1985

Plenty of country charm at Rustica

W

HOEVER purchases Rustica will not only be buying a piece of prime real estate but also a piece of Mountain history. Hidden in the middle of the North Tamborine business district on an acre of land, Rustica is in need of a new owner who can appreciate her period architecture and the character elements which give the home a timeless quality. There are high ceilings, tongue-andgroove timber walls, exposed timber floorboards, decorative room dividers and enclosed verandas which could be opened up again or left as weather-safe areas. This solid timber 1930s era high-set house has plenty of room underneath for more development or could be left as is, with a workshop area, second bathroom and a laundry as well as parking for two or more cars. A large walk-in pantry, galley kitchen and

HOUSE OF THE WEEK sunny breakfast nook are the heart of this family home which has three bedrooms with built-ins and two bathrooms. Such is the charm of Rustica that despite its age, the property has had only a handful of owners during its lifetime. Perhaps it is the sense of peace and sanctuary that Rustica radiates, as the back of the level 4047m2 block on Kidd Street has been left to nature, with large rainforest trees and piccabeen palms. For sale at $545,000 Rustica is being marketed by Mountain House Real Estate. To arrange a meeting with Rustica, telephone 5545 1800.

Cnr Main Street & Capo Lane NORTH TAMBORINE 4272 clarke@varroclarke.com.au

Partners/Solicitors Varro Clarke Margaret Steen Solicitors Tegan Tenni

Consultant Stephen Train Special Counsel

OFFICE HOURS Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm Tel: 5545 1033 Fax: 5545 5545 1011 1011

BRISBANE OFFICE Level One, 293 Queen Street BRISBANE

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 13


Councillor’s Comment

MT. TAMBORINE

PHARMACY Friendly Professional Service

The NEW Garnier Hair Colour OLiA in store NOW!

Introductory Price only $16.95 Powered by OIL, NOT Ammonia OPEN: MON-FRI 8.15am-6pm SAT 8.15am-12.30pm Tel: 5545 1450 • Fax: 5545 2277 2/12 Main Western Road, North Tamborine

‘‘Let Let us

difference

m make a in your

life’’ life

Women's Women's HHealth ealth PPaediatric aediatricc TTherapy herapy Shoulder Rehab Clinic Clinic NNeck eck and BBack ack PPain ain HHeadaches eadachess SSports ports Injur linic W ork Injurie es Injuryy CClinic Work Injuries DDVA, VA, A Work Wor ork CCover over e and EPC rregistered, eegistter ered ed, HHealth ealth FFund und u RRebates ebates e aavailable. vailable a .

NNeil eil BBell ell

BB.Phty; .Phty; B.App.Sci B.App.Sci (HMS) Physiotherapist Ph ysiotherapist

JJulie ulie Clark Clark

GGrad rad Dip Dip Phys Phys Physiotherapist Ph ysiotherapist

TTaryn aryn Jones

B. Ex. Sci, B. Sci, B. B. Phty Phty (Hons) (Hons) Physiotherapist Ph ysiotherapist

KKerrin errin BBlakeney lakeney D.PT; B.ExSc; D.PT; B.ExSc; B.PsychSc B.PsychS hc Physiotherapist Ph ysiotherapist

Rebecca Rebec ca Bell Bell

B.Phty(hons); GGrad B.Phty(hons); rad Dip Dip Clin. Clin. Rehab Physiotherapist Ph ysiotherapist

2/10 Main St St NNorth orth TTamborine am amborine 07 5545 1133 admin@physiquehealth.com.au admin@ph ysiquehealth.com.auu www.physiquehealth.com.au www.physiquehealth.com.au

NIGEL WAISTELL – DIVISION 1

BUDGET DELIBERATIONS In my budget response, I expressed a desire to have some pre-budget discussions to determine where we might find savings should Council decide on a rate rise which required a reduction in expenditure. I am now confident that some pre-Budget discussions will take place prior to Christmas. These discussions are important because the Councillor team needs to provide the CEO with clear strategic direction as far as the budget is concerned. Budgets are all about revenue and expenditure. I wish to acknowledge that, since amalgamation, Council has moved from being financially weak to financially strong. This has occurred, in my view, because of two factors: Sound management processes for which we must thank the CEO and his management team, and revenue for which we must thank the community. The decision we now need to make is ‘where to from here’? Sound management processes must remain. However, with revenue, we must decide what is ‘fair’ and what is ‘affordable’. If everyone were happy to accept a seven per cent rate rise every year, this Council would be very happy. We could do a lot. However, the reality is that people are hurting and we, like other governments, must respond. Our rates base is low, our revenue stream from State and Federal Governments is not likely to rise and other steams of revenue have been milked. So we need to look at expenditure. Expenditure can be broken up into the three streams: • Provision of services like roads, bridges, drainage, parks, cemeteries, libraries and waste • Provision of other activities like economic development, cultural, community and social, and • Provision of administrative support. In my view, the provision of services, which includes the maintenance of assets, is sacrosanct but should be reviewed for efficiencies. All other areas are open for review and this might include an organisational review. We, the Council team, must decide how much revenue we can fairly raise from the community and what is the best way to expend that revenue. INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGES The State Government has capped the infrastructure charges which Council can charge developers. At present it stands at $28,000 per three-bedroom residence and $20,000 for one and two-bedroom residences. This charge is shared between water/sewerage and other infrastructure. So Council could receive $14,000 and the water and sewerage entity like QUU $14,000 for the $28,000 cap. The State Government is currently reviewing these charges and it has been reported (The Courier-Mail, 10 October 2013,) that the Government might cap even further the amount that Council can charge developers for infrastructure. This could mean that Council will have to pick up the shortfall which in turn means that you, the ratepayer, will pay for the profits of the developers. This cannot be right. In my view, developers should pay for all infrastructure charges and recoup a fair proportion from the buyers of those properties. Have a word with your local State member, Jon Krause. CONSULTATION The next consultation in the library will be on Monday 4 November, 4pm -5pm. Please note the change of timings. 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 • Email: nigel.w@scenicrim.qld.gov.au

14 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


Councillor’s Comment NADIA O’CARROLL – DIVISION 2

SAFE WORK WEEK Workplace accidents can be devastating, but fortunately most can be prevented. As part of Safe Work Week, Council is holding a free safety workshop with Rodney Vagg. Rodney became a quadriplegic as a result of a workplace accident. No matter what your industry, this is an important presentation that you should not miss. The workshop will be held at The Centre, Beaudesert on Tuesday 29 October, 5pm for a 5.30pm start. RSVP 5540 5314. PREPARE FOR DISASTERS Residents are reminded that free waterproof document wallets are available from customer service centres to assist residents to protect their important personal papers. HEAT STRESS The last 10 months have been abnormally warm across Australia and climate research indicates that these conditions will worsen, creating greater risk of bushfires and another risk which is often overlooked – heat stress and heat stroke. It is important that people learn how to prevent, recognise and respond to heat stress and heat stroke in people and animals. For useful information, refer to www.deir.qld.gov.au/workplace/hazards/dangers/heat-stress and www.rspcansw.org.au/learn/pet-hazards/heat-stress-in-animals SCENIC RIM TRANSPORT Translink has announced an hourly bus service from Beaudesert to Browns Plains will begin in January 2014. For information about transport in the Scenic Rim, check www.scenicrimtransport.com or email info@scenicrimtransport EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST As part of SRRC’s Healthy and Active Community initiative, a program will be launched in 2014 to assist the community in accessing healthy lifestyle programs suitable for all ages and abilities across our region. If your club or provider is interested in participating in this exciting new program, please contact SRRC’s Sport and Recreation Officer. Expressions of interest close 19 November. Road information: To check on work on the road network, please refer to SRRC website www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au/roads-update Tamborine Village Lions Community Markets: Held on the first Sunday of the month from 7am to 12 noon in the grounds of Tamborine Memorial Hall. For further information refer to http://tamborinemarkets.webs.com Council website: www.scenicrim.qld.gov.au My contact details: Email: nadia.o@scenicrim.qld.gov.au Phone: 5540 5402 • Mobile: 0418 221 453

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN AUTO CLINIC Dave & Daniel Pearson • FULL MECHANICAL WORKSHOP • TYRES & AUTO ELECTRICAL • ROADWORTHY CERTIFICATES • 24 HOUR BREAKDOWN SERVICE

RACQ - wouldn’t be without them.

Be sure your car is safe for all weathers. 41 Main Street, North Tamborine Ph 5545 1214 • A/H 131 111

24 Main St, Nth Tamborine (next to Vet)

Ph/Fax: 5545 2622 • Now with a range of Grocery Items

EAGLE THAI

• Peters Ice-creams

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

• Eggs $2/dozen

SPECIAL LUNCH MENU SINCE 2007 $11.90 Winner Best Thai Restaurant 2012 Gold Coast.

• Local Haas avocados

Lunch: Thur-Sun 11am-2.30pm Dinner: Thur-Tue till closed

• Fancy lettuce $2 each

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

4 for ¢1

FRESH MARKET PRODUCE AT COMPETITIVE PRICES

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 15


16 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 17


The only purely 100% Australian Funeral Company and Crematorium Winner Qld Seniors Excellence Award Enquiries Welcome

5593 4777

• Servicing made easy • Loan Cars Available • Top Quality Servicing • Pricing Always Guaranteed Marks & Gardner Gallery & Bookshop

Café & Contemporary Art Open Wed-Sun 9am-4pm

Book in for your log book service and we will send you and a friend to lunch at the ...

PH 5545 4992 69 Main Western Rd, North Tamborine

Enjoy a Club T-Bone, Chicken Parmy, Fish ’n’ Chips or Thai Salad while we have two qualified technicians expertly service your vehicle

18 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


Mission Corn Chips $1.49 Half Price

Golden Circle Drinks 1 litre 99c

Peters 4-6 Pk Varieties $3.74

Arnotts Plain Biscuits Half Price 99c

Golden Muffin Bites $2.99

T-Bone Steak $12.97kg

Seedless Watermelon $1.99kg

Triple Smoked Ham $9.97kg

Mon to Sat: 8am–7pm Sun: 8am–6pm PROMOTION STARTS WEDNESDAY 23 OCTOBER UNTIL TUESDAY 29 OCTOBER WHILE STOCKS LAST

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 19


20 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


Dear Legal Eagle... E’VE SAVED OUR DEPOSIT AND ARE READY TO W BUY OUR FIRST HOME! HELP! WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? Buying a home can be a long and complex process but there are certain steps you can follow to make it as smooth as possible. STEP ONE: Find out how much you can borrow based on your savings and earnings. Speak to your bank or mortgage broker for help with this. Remember to keep some savings aside to meet stamp duty and other fees. STEP TWO: Search – Scan the internet, local papers and speak to real estate agents for properties in your price range that meet your needs. STEP THREE: Make an offer – When you find somewhere you like, make an offer. Your real estate agent will help you with this step in coming to agreement on a price that you and the seller are happy with. The offer is normally made in writing by signing a contract. The contract is usually prepared by the agent. It is a good idea to seek legal advice before signing the contract. STEP FOUR: Acceptance – This is where your offer is accepted by the seller and they sign the contract. This becomes the ‘Date of Contract’. If you already have a solicitor, you can simply advise the real estate agent and they will forward the contract to your solicitor on your behalf. STEP FIVE: Choosing a Solicitor to Handle Your Conveyance – The legal transaction of buying or selling a property is called ‘Conveyancing’. The transfer of ownership of property is very important in the eyes of the Law and there is a process that must be followed. A standard conveyance takes 30 days to reach ‘settlement’ from the ‘date of contract’. This process is usually more involved for the buyer than the seller in Queensland. The buyer (or their solicitor) has to ensure that the title to the property is clear and this is an important task as it involves doing various searches of the property. Also, the buyer (or the solicitor they choose) is responsible for making sure funds are available at settlement, drafting the transfer documents and stamping them, attending settlement, organising bank cheques to hand over the balance of the purchase price and getting various documents you need to transfer the ownership of the property. STEP SIX: Arrange Your Finance – Speak to your bank or mortgage broker and liaise with your solicitor to ensure funds are approved by the ‘finance date’ and will be available by the settlement date. STEP SEVEN: Arrange a Pest and Building Inspection of your new property. Your real estate agent will assist with this step. STEP EIGHT: Contract goes ‘Unconditional’ – This means your finance has been approved and you are happy with the pest and building report or any issues have been sorted out. Now you are on the home run to settlement. STEP NINE: Settlement – Funds and documents have been successfully exchanged. The property is now legally yours. Time to pop the champagne and move in to your new home! Ian MacAllan NB: This information is intended as a guide only. If you have a question you’d like Legal Eagle to answer, please email it to legaleagle@macallanlawyers.com.au

BUYING AND SELLING PROPERTY Here at MacAllan Lawyers, we produce results for our clients and have been successfully managing Tamborine Mountain’s conveyances since 2003. We understand buying (or selling) property is a big step for most people and our friendly staff will assist you through every step of the process. ✓ Family and Divorce ✓ Wills and Estates ✓ Advanced Health Directives and Powers of Attorney ✓ General Business Law ✓ Leases Phone: 5545 2911 ~ Fax: 5545 4911 Email: admin@macallanlawyers.com.au 40 Southport Avenue, Eagle Heights 4271 www.macallanlawyers.com.au

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 21


For all your printing needs...

One small place on earth

BEAUDESERT TIMES Short Street, Beaudesert

High Class Commercial and Colour Printers

FAST & EFFICIENT • Business Cards • Letterheads • Docket Books • Leaflets • Tags • Envelopes • Dance Tickets • Magazines • Catalogues etc.

We specialise in all types of printing, design and layout.

Phone Rob Brown

5541 1388 Fax: 5541 3213

Semi-slug – Cucullarion parkini, Palm Grove National Park How remarkable and strange a creature is a Semi-slug - with a fleshy hump shaped like a snail’s hollow shell. One of our party immediately realised that this was a different species to the Blackspotted Semi-slug which we see quite often. I sent the frame and another filmed three months later, to mollusc expert John Stanisic at the end of September. Last week, he confirmed they were the same species and requested information about the location. It was only when he knew that I was referring to Palm Grove on Tamborine Mountain that he provided the identification. On googling the name, imagine my surprise and pleasure on reading that John had discovered the Semi-slug in The Knoll in 1998. Our sightings were the only others on record. I remembered seeing a photo by Louise Piper of a similar Semi-slug taken in daylight on her letterbox. I obtained a copy which I forwarded to John. He confirmed that it was Cucullarion parkini. Louise took her photo over 18 months before our first sighting in November 2011. Our record lasted two days. But the Mountain, with four sightings, is the only place on the planet where this mollusc is known to exist. Frames from video footage celebrating Tamborine Mountain’s biodiversity. Peter Kuttner

JON HAMMOND 0417 732 515 Shop 7, “Tamborine Plaza” North Tamborine

5545 2244

www.jonhammondrealestate.com.au

22 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


Top tips for the Mountain’s Melbourne Cup events

M

ELBOURNE Cup Day on the Mountain will be a three-horse race, with the leading events taking place at Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard and Winery, St Bernard’s Hotel and DeliVino on Tuesday, November 5. Cedar Creek Estate is offering a special price for Melbourne Cup, with lunch for two with vineyard views for just $59, instead of the usual $94. This includes a delicious garlic bread to share, the selection of any main course and a glass of house wine. Be sure to book early, by phoning 5545 1666, as there will be a race to secure placings for this big day on the social calendar. There will be fashions to rival Flemington at St Bernards Hotel’s Melbourne Cup celebration. Enjoy an elegant three-course meal for $50 with traditional antipasto and a glass of champagne on arrival, with a fashion parade presented by illahie boutique on Main Street. Bookings are essential, but those who book by October 28 can secure a seafood platter for two for $110 which includes two half lobster mornays, a half dozen oysters Kilpatrick, a half dozen oysters natural, fresh ocean king prawns, prawn twisters and smoked salmon, with cocktail and tartare sauce on the side. To book, phone 5545 1177. At DeliVino, cocktails and couture will be the race day theme, with a fashion parade and $10 cocktails to capture the Melbourne Cup spirit. A $69 per person three-course lunch from noon includes a glass of bubbles on arrival. Bookings are essential and must be confirmed with a $40 deposit per person. Phone 5545 0406.

MELBOURNE CUP $

69 per adult – Glass of bubbles on arrival

COCKTAILS & COUTURE • Fashion Parade & $10 Cocktails Tues November 5 from 12noon ~ Big Screen ~ Lucky Door & Best Dressed prizes ENTRÉE SAKE CURED OCEAN TROUT with confit ginger, avocado salsa, baby herbs & kewpie mayonnaise SPICED VENISON & KUMERA TART served with sticky jus & parsnip crisps CARAMELIZED EGGPLANT with a roasted pumpkin ratatouille drizzled with a tomato and star anise reduction MAIN PAN SEARED QUEENSLAND SCALLOPS on a smoked tomato, chive and preserved lemon risotto with green peas, asparagus and fried prosciutto with a parmesan and basil oil TWICE BAKED CONFIT DUCK LEG on sweet potato purée, braised red cabbage with broad beans and a cabernet reduction baby beets and thyme jus

SLOW COOKED STICKY PORK BELLY AND PRAWN SALAD coriander, peanuts and sprouts finished with a plum and ginger dressing and steamed fragrant rice VEGETABLE ROTOLO with red pepper purée, walnut praline and an apple and endive salad DESSERT BAKED CHOCOLATE GANACHE PUDDING with hot jaffa sauce & orange mascarpone SAMBUCCA ZABAGLIONE served with blueberries & fennel biscuit CORRELA PEAR TART TATIN with vanilla bean ice cream and cinnamon anglaise

sample • sip • savour

12 Main Western Rd, Nth Tamborine Ph 5545 0406 www.delivinotamborine.com

COMING UP: ST GEORGE’S CHURCH SPRING FAIR Dapsang Drive, Eagle heights November 2 TOUR DE TAMBORINE November 29 to December 1 TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN LITTLE THEATRE presents “FUNNY MONEY” – PERFORMANCE DATES: Fridays/Saturdays November 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16 at 8 pm; matinee on Sunday November 10 at 2pm. MARKETS Tamborine Mtn Markets, Showgrounds Second Sunday of each month Tamborine Mountain State School Last Sunday of each month BEARDED DRAGON Nutrition Over Coffee November 14, 9.30-11.30am

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 23


Letters to the Editor

Readers are reminded that letters to the editor must show full name of writer for publication.

Eight ways of scaring people with misapplied science

H Tamborine Mountain Dental

• DR DON HARVEY B.D.S. • DR DOUG GOLDSTON B.D.S. • SHARON HOPE (Hygienist)

FAMILY AND COSMETIC DENTISTRY ‘ZOOM’ WHITENING ALLAMANDA HOSPITAL • Wisdom Teeth • Conservative Dentistry • Childrens Dentistry

aving taught university chemistry for 40 years I think I should warn that Robyn Knight’s article is misleading about drinking water (TM News, 24.9.2013). Clearly against fluoridation, she writes “fluoride is a highly toxic poison”. She would have served readers much better by comparing fluoride with vitamin A, since both are health essentials at 2mg per day and toxic at higher doses. The article worries about impurities in the fluoridating chemical, yet the added fluoride never exceeds 1mg/litre, so the concentration of a 1% impurity could not be greater than 1 part in 100,000.000 parts of water, and even if the impurity was cyanide that would be just a fraction of what the WHO permits. Water that has passed over rocks and earth already contains the common elements (arsenic included!), and quantity arithmetic suggests that fluoridation will make no significant additions - apart from fluoride. There has been much scary writing lately in the Tamborine Mountain papers that gives an appearance of science but doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, and I have noticed several dodges used by the writers in their persuasive efforts. Readers of letters and articles about health might look out for these tactics. It could help in distinguishing the good from the bad. One tactic is to dwell on accidents, such as the fluoridation article’s North Pine one (What human activity is without accidents?). Another tactic is to pad out the writing

New Guide Dogs pedestrian safety campaign

G

SUITE 14 EAGLE HEIGHTS SHOPPING VILLAGE 17 SOUTHPORT AVE EAGLE HEIGHTS Q 4271 Phone 5545 2788 Mobile 0419 737 774

with trivial or irrelevant items, such as the article’s naming of countries that don’t fluoridate. This leads to the “selective facts” ploy, for if the intention was to inform, the article would also have named countries that do fluoridate. Then there’s the use of pejorative language. Adding fluoride to water is as nutritional as adding vitamins to margarine, but in Robyn’s article it becomes “mass medication”. The real cause of opposition to fluoridation is a gut feeling that the added fluoride is artificial. How else can one explain why natural water containing too much fluoride attracts no attention from activists? But it is a scientific certainty that fluoride in water is the same however it got there, so grumpy uses of “artificial” or “chemicals” in health screeds provide more good reasons to doubt what is written. Demonising industry and profit are further indicators of a persuader in unsuccessful search of a genuine argument. The cited You Tube focuses on a fertiliser factory to illustrate the claim of industry disgorging waste into drinking water. Stated less dramatically, the factory produces a by-product used for fluoridation. (The play on its toxicity is particularly deceitful, because this byproduct is hydrolysed to fluoride and innocuous silica long before anyone could drink it). Such propaganda could sweep fluoridation right out of Australia. People are punished for the sexual abuse of children, so why should anyone applaud this abuse of children’s teeth? John Leisten

uide Dogs Queensland has launched a new pedestrian safety campaign – Watch Out, Cane About – with the RACQ and Queensland University of Technology to raise driver awareness of pedestrian safety on our roads. In a recent survey of Queenslanders with a vision impairment, one in two reported having a near miss with a vehicle over the past five years, and one in 12 reported a collision with a vehicle. These are frightening statistics and something all drivers should be aware of. We’re using the Watch Out, Cane About campaign to let drivers know how to react to pedestrians with a vision impairment trying to cross the road. This includes keeping an eye out for visual cues such as canes and guide dogs so the driver can

exercise more caution, allowing extra time to cross the road, and keeping a vehicle stationary while a person crosses. We also want to deter motorists from flashing lights, yelling or honking at pedestrians or even stopping too far back, as this can just cause confusion. Please visit the Guide Dogs Queensland website or Facebook page for links to the new educational video and community service announcement. With the help of the community, we hope to reduce these statistics and provide a safer community for everyone. Chris Laine Chief Executive Officer Guide Dogs Queensland Letters continue next page

BADMINTON Social players, all levels. Mon 6.30pm-8.30pm at the Vonda Youngman Community Centre (except Public Holidays).

24 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


SPORT

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN

MEDICAL PRACTICE 14 Main Western Road North Tamborine and Shop 1/17 Southport Avenue Eagle Heights

Phone 07 5545 1222 www.tamborinemountainmedical.com.au

LADIES GOLF TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2013. FINAL ROUND OF TRI SERIES SHIELD ONGRATULATIONS to Canungra for successfully defending. (Apparently they had to win, as the trophy is packed away due to the building of the new clubhouse). The scores for all the players were very good and it was a most enjoyable and happy day. The winner of the day for Canungra was Liz Bobermien with 38 points on a count back from Kim Sami. Birthday girl Irene Mills had 36 points. Boomerang Farm winner was Sandra Stead with 38 points on a count back from Carlene Dever. Captain Di Tosh also received a ball in run down.

C

Winner for Tamborine Mtn was Claire Attree with a very fine 42 points. Chop – chop!! (3rd week in a row as a winner – do it again and it’s off to the drug lab!) BRD Sheila Irvine Brown and Lesley Brady. NTP No 7 Carlene Dever B/F NTP Liz Howard TM App No 8 Liz Bobermien Can. App No 15 Claire Attree TM. Thank you to the girls for the early morning tea, raffle prizes and slices for lunch. Final Scores Canungra after three rounds on each course 85.81 Tamborine Mtn 83.94 Boomerang Farm 78.98. Looking forward to next year. Special Happy Birthday to Irene Mills. 88, wonderful!

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BRIDGE CLUB RESULTS MONDAY 14 OCTOBER 2013 6.45 PM 8 TABLE MITCHELL North-South 1st D Anderson & M Smith 70.8% 2nd H Braithwaite & M Daines 54.7% 3rd B Bull & S Leahy 49.6% East-West 1st D Donaldson & H Edrich 60.6% 2nd M Gordon & P Morris 56.7% 3rd G Ilett & K Ilett 54.0%

THURSDAY 17 OCTOBER 2013 12.45 PM 9 TABLE MITCHELL North-South 1st C Burnes & W Natrop 61.3% 2nd R Wales & W Wales 56.0% 3rd M Gordon & P Morris 51.3% East-West 1st R Feige & S Feige 71.8% 2nd J Bligh & S Gregory 53.1% 3rd M McCreery & S Tomkins 51.8%

online booking service available at this website

40 years of continuous service to the Tamborine Mountain community Affiliated with three universities

COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICE Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 8.30am - 7pm Friday 8.30am - 5pm Saturday 8.30am - 12noon Sunday 8.30am - 10.30am

Dr Ann Bennett Dr Jan Zomerdijk Dr Leeann Carr-Brown Dr Sanne Kreijkamp-Kaspers Dr Henri Coombs Dr Carla Beugel Dr Abdel Moussa Dr Jolanta Tritt Dr Susie Radford

No need to steal my book any more

P

eople have been stealing my book The Ripples in My Pond from local cafes that have their copy available for people to read, so I decided to stop the crime wave by offering more books for sale. I am getting another 100 books printed very soon. The book is an A4 size and full of local information and stories. If anybody would

like a copy they can phone me on 5545 2107 between 9am and 5pm. The books will still be the same price of $40 each. I will also have them on sale at Curtis Falls Cafe. Gee it's hard to be humble when people are stealing a book I have written just so they can have their own copy. Louise Piper

Nationally Accredited

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 25


Strange goings-on at Zamia

I

’VE heard they’ve been talking about wife swapping … at the Zamia Theatre. Surely not! The police have been called in, and some strange behaviour has been occurring on the sofa. I’ve also heard someone has been behaving suspiciously in the ’loo at the Prince of Wales pub! And suspicions have been aroused by a mild-mannered man running about with £735,000 in his suitcase. For only $18 each ($15 concessions) you can find out what it is all about. If you can encourage seven more friends to sit at a table with you, you won't pay more than $12.50 on the first night, or $15 on subsequent performances. Yes, it’s Funny Money (or strange goings on at 42 Elgar Avenue, Fulham). Ray Cooney has written a very funny script which has made rehearsals a joy. Commencing on November 1 the play will be shown on Fridays and Saturdays for three weekends. PHONE 5545 2084 for cash purchases or go online to book: http://www.trybooking.com/Embed.aspx?eid=63847 VENUE: Zamia Theatre, Main Street, North Tamborine, Tamborine Mountain. COMPANY: Tamborine Mountain Little Theatre PERFORMANCE DATES: Fridays and Saturdays November 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16 at 8pm, with a matinee on Sunday November 10 at 2pm CABARET SEATING: Special Opening night price of $100 per table of 8, other nights $120. Adults $18, conc. $15. CASH BOOKINGS: phone 07 5545 2084 CREDIT CARD: http://www.trybooking.com/Embed.aspx?eid=63847 BYO refreshments, although tea, coffee and ice-cream will be available. Barbara Lassiter

Vibrant bird life

T

HE season of spring elicits an increase in bird metabolism, leading to alterations in social organisation TMNHA birders met recently and heard reports of unusual domination of Little Wattlebirds and a remarkable diminution of Noisy Miners and very vocal Olive-backed Orioles (Julie Lake). Pat Stockwell noted an increase in the voluble Figbirds (female above). Ros and Jim Inglis have been seeing seasonal visitors, Dollarbirds and Spangled Drongos (bottom). Little Shrike-thrush numbers have escalated, but unaccountably the Grey Shrikethrush (below) population has disappeared. Flights of 40 Topknot Pigeons illustrate the avian energy expended in the search for food in the Inglis fig trees. Three Japanese Snipe were reported from Riemore Downs by Pat Stockwell. Members welcomed Mike, and Kylie, and wish them a long and fruitful association in the fascinating hobby of bird observation and study. Ivor Filmer (Photography Marg Eller)

Bluesville Station returns

H

ARD-ROCKING group Bluesville Station returns to the Bearded Dragon Hotel, Tamborine, this Sunday, kicking off at 1pm. Rock, blues and boogie are the order of the day for the Gold Coast-based band which has produced five albums since it formed in 1999 and has a wide following at live venues throughout Australia. The group comprises Paul Holmberg on drums and backing vocals, Mick Buhmann on guitar, Scott Dymock on bass, and Brad Palmer belting out lead vocals as well as playing blues harp and guitar.

26 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013


CLASSIFIEDS 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 Thursday 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. AVON CALLING: If you live in the North Tamborine area and are interested in receiving an Avon brochure, ph. Lisa on 0434 474 565. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES FOR SALE – New/secondhand & local authors. Exc. selection $3–$5. Piccabeen Landcare Bookshop, below Joseph the Greengrocer, Main St. 5545 1847. 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 non-slip 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 ELECTRICIAN– Brendan Lee It's Me! All Electrical specialising in underground & overhead power lines, LED lighting, switchboard upgrades, surge protection, bores, hot water, ovens & cooktops. Local family business 10 yrs. Lic no 66839. Ph 0437 454 865 EMPLOYMENT for full-time labouring. Monday to Saturday. Formwork experience an advantage. Ph: 0414 214 928. FENG SHUI Consultant & Reiki Master-Teacher, Patricia Arora (local resident) offers Feng Shui Consultations for home/ workplace and Reiki treatments/ attunements for yourself. Balance your Chi (universal energy). Call: 0405 617 074 FOR SALE Large variety of herbal products, dried flowers, and oils etc. Ph: 5545 0625. GARAGE SALE – lots of CDs, DVDs, books, hardware, pottery, household items: everything must go! Saturday 26th October 8.30am to 2.30pm only at 16 Foraker Drive Eagle Heights (last street on right off Magnetic Drive) MULCH: Excellent quality. Aged, clean mulch. $30/m delivered. Clint 0419 646 046. 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. STUMP GRINDING. Best prices. Ph. 0419 646 046. TAI CHI & QIGONG Classes Beaudesert, Eagle Heights & Oxenford. Accredited Instructor 29 years experience. See www.ttcak.com or ph Gai 5545 2409. 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. Phone Volvo Dave on 0423 334 336.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS AA Help Line.....................................5591 2062 Alcoholics Anonymous: ....................5545 3331 ...................................................or 0416 155 456 Energex.................................................13 62 62 Fire (ask for Southport Control) ................000 Fire (T.M. Rural F.B.) ..................0407 747 999 Fire Permits..................................0408 199 271 Police..................................................5545 3473 Ambulance....................................................000 Ambulance (non-urgent).....................13 12 33 Domestic Violence (24 hrs) ...............1800 811 811 Child Protection (24 hrs)...................1800 177 135 Lifeline ...................................................13 1114 13 HEALTH.....................................13 43 25 84 S.E.S. .....................................................132 500 Emergency Physiotherapy Neil Bell...........................................5545 1133 TM Community Care: Home Care & Transport needs............................5545 4968 Blue Nursing Service ..................(07) 3287 2041 Roslyn Lodge......................................5545 7822 T.M. Medical Practice ........................5545 1222 Eagle Hts. Medical Centre.................5545 2416 QML Pathology Nth Tamb....................5545 3873 Pharmacies: Nth Tamborine ...............5545 1450 Eagle Hts .....................5545 1441 Tamborine Mtn Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic .....................5545 0500 Tamborine Mountain Optometrist Nicky Carr .......................................5545 0277 Dentists: Dr Don Harvey ...............................5545 2788 Dr Claudia Rodriguez .....................5545 2522 Podiatrist: ..................5545 3311 or 0418 963 969 Veterinary Surgery..............................5545 2422 Beenleigh Comm. Health............(07) 3827 9811 Beaudesert Hospital ............................5541 9111

T.M. RURAL FIRE BRIGADE For burnoff notifications, membership & general enquiries ...........................0407 747 999 For Fires and Emergencies................................000 Training Meetings are held 7pm Tuesdays at the Rural Fire Station, 126 Main Western Road

TMNEWS AD INQUIRIES Gary Stubbs

5545 3170 or 0431 722 177 editor@tamborinemountainnews.com

DISPLAY ADS

Full Colour Full page (A4).................................$280 Half page ........................................$150 Third page ......................................$120 Quarter page ....................................$90 Sixth page ........................................$70 Twelfth page.....................................$50 Front page ......................................$150 Back page.......................................$300 Black and White Full page.........................................$220 Half page ........................................$120 Third page .......................................$90 Quarter page ....................................$65 Sixth page ........................................$50 Twelfth page.....................................$30

BUSINESS DIRECTORY: 3cm B&W 3cm Colour 6cm B&W 6cm Colour 9cm B&W 9cm Colour

6 issues ........................$60 6 issues ........................$75 6 issues ........................$96 6 issues ......................$108 6 issues .......................$138 6 issues .......................$174

NEXT DEADLINE 10AM FRIDAY 1 NOVEMBER

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 27


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTING Stephen Hall & Associates Pty Ltd T/a

TAXATION/BAS RETURNS • BUSINESS ADVICE • STRUCTURE SET UPS SELF MANAGED SUPERANNUATION • TAX PLANNING • BOOKKEEPING

Shop 3/15 Main Western Road, Nth Tamborine Ph: 5545 2588 ~ www.accountingonthemountain.com.au

ANTENNAS

TAMBORINE TV & ANTENNA 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

ARBORIST

CLEANING & ORGANISING

BUILDERS

Dietzel Homes BUILDER Ph 5545 2557

Fax 5545 2555

Mobile: 0407 764 715 or 0409 764 725 www.dietzelhomes.com

Qld Bldg. Reg No. 24096

Harding-Smith Builders BSA 701147 ACN 057 427013

Pty Ltd

House & General Builders

CLEANING - PRESSURE

Mobile: 0408 772 250 A/h Mark 5545 2063 • David 5545 1620

BUILDING DESIGN TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN

BUILDING DESIGN

COMPUTERS

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

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS

AVON

AVON CALLING If you are interested in receiving an Avon brochure, call

LISA on 0434 474 565

Yes, you can.

COMPUTEX SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd

FOR ALL YOUR COMPUTER NEEDS

Hire your building equipment from MITRE 10 North Tamborine

In shop or at your home or business 5545 1097 • info@computex.com.au Shop 8 Tamborine Plaza Cnr Beacon and Main Western Rds, North Tamborine

Phone 5545 1170

DECK RESTORATION

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.

Phone 0437 436 552 all hours.

Tamborine Mountain

ORCHESTRA Rehearses

Mondays 7–8pm

St George’s Anglican Church, Dapsang Dr, North Tamborine.

PHONE 5545 1030

CLEANING & CARPETS Eagle Heights Cleaning Services Affordable Rates Free Quotes

Mob: 0400 452 054 Ph: 5545 2054 For all your Domestic & Commercial Cleaning Needs

28 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

DENTAL PROSTHETIST

DENTURE CLINIC Affairs JOE RUSSELL VeteransProvider Registered Dental Prosthetist

DENTURES - RELINES REPAIRS - MOUTHGUARDS Shop 10 Eagle Heights Shopping Village

5545 3128


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY DOG GROOMING

FENCING

KLEANING K9s

TAMBORINE DAVE

1st Saturday of the month from Feb 2013.

Mobile dog grooming: hydrobath, brushouts, clipping & more. Bookings: Ph Robyn on 0431 430 094

GYM

Landscaping & Fencing • Rubbish Removal • Chainsaw work Ph: 5545 2183 or 0428 713 465

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

FIREWOOD

HAIRDRESSING

Aged Western Red Ironbark

CLIPPERS NEST

DRIVING SCHOOL

EARTHMOVING Excavators Bobcats Trucks

From $140m3 Phone Wayne 0419 768 959

FRAMING

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

Specialising in: DRIVEWAYS

Ph: 5545 1979

ELECTRICAL

and

FINE ART and FRAMING

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

Ph Michelle 5545 1291 for appt

Coiffure HAIR

DESIGN

P: 5545 4783

M: 0413 233 530

For hair that looks good beyond the salon doors

TOTAL PICTURE FRAMING SERVICE

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

GAS SUPPLIES

FIVE STAR

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

SECURITY & ELECTRICAL Lic. No. 59907

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

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

Domestic • Commercial • Farm Installation • Repairs

Phone: 5545 2166

HOUSE OF HAIR

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

Tue-Fri 8:30–5 Saturday from 8:30

186 Hartley Rd • Ph: 5545 1646

GUTTERS 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

HEALTH

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

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 29


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY HORSE DENTIST HORSE DENTIST – MERV MANGAN Available by appointment Tamborine Mountain and surrounding areas • ALL HORSE BREEDS • DONKEYS • MULES Mobile: 0412 690 629

HOUSE RESTORATIONS

HOUSE RESTORATION

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES (CONT)

PANEL BEATER

Affinity Landscapes

ALLAN HAYES TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN PANEL & PAINT

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

Local horticulturalist & lic’d structural landscaper • Design • Water features • Stonework • Planting • Paving & retaining walls • Contemporary, native & formal gardens

PH: 5545 2319 Private and insurance work Total Car Care FREE QUOTES PICK UP DELIVERY

WINDSCREENS BRAKES RUST FOR R.W.C. 1 HAYES RD

MOB: 0411 805 589 – AH: 5545 3360

OFF TAMBORINE OXENFORD RD

TAMBORINE TURF Est. 1966

PLASTERER

GROWERS OF:

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

Specialising in

RE-ROOFING & RE-GUTTERING As well as:

Decks ~ Re-stumping ~ Pergolas ~ Any timber repairs ~ Local tradesman 25 years’ experience Obligation free quotes

Premium Blue Couch, Greenlees Park and Kikuya Turf.

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

Ph: All Hrs 5543

CALL GRAHAM

6133/5543 8441

5545 0115

MOWER REPAIRS

0448 634 180

PLUMBING

Tamborine Mower Repairs

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES NOW BIGGER, BETTER, CLOSER!

5545 3390

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 Now Available at Tamborine Mower Repairs

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

5545 1892 0428 451 892

PAINTERS & DECORATORS

eco painters bsa licence 1043639

domestic/commercial paint finishes • colour consulting

PLUS MUCH MORE

85

Phone Derek 0414 478 787

Hartley Road, Nth Tamborine

tel/fax: 5545 4726 Major Credit Cards Accepted

TUESDAY-SATURDAY 9AM-3PM

Ec on

ity al

om

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

30 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

y

Let us price your landscape plant needs. Buy direct from the producer. Quote comparison welcome. OPEN 7 DAYS. 176 Long Rd, Eagle Heights • 5545 4999

Roy The Painter Qu

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NURSERY

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 Lic No 047179

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

PUMPS


BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY REMOVALIST Local Country

Vic Palmer

TREE SERVICES

VET SURGEON (CONT) Canungra

Interstate Pre-packing

Cnr Pine Rd & Franklin St

REMOVALS

5543 5622

Incorporating Tamborine Mtn Removals

All Hours

Ph: 07 3287 4326 Mobile 0408 743 244

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

RETAINING WALLS

WASTE WATER TREATMENT

Rock and Timber Retaining Walls

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

GLEN HARVEY 0412 366 867 • 1300 302 676 glen@bioworx.com.au

WATER SUPPLIES • Expertly Built • All Earthworks • Engineer designed, when required • Certification • BSA Licenced 1111939 Office: 5543 8584 • Mob: 0432 281 075 Email: mark-pearson@bigpond.com

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

Here’s why you should call “Power Pumping” ✓ 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

VALUER 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

PONY EXPRESS MOUNTAIN WATER

Est 1985 - Maurice & Debbie Friendly, Reliable Delivery

$140 per load BSC Approved

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

YOGA

VET SURGEON

P: 5545 2692 M: 0408 633 260 Tamborine Mountain resident & business for over 20 years.

YOGA AT MAIN FITNESS SATURDAYS 8.30am with ADRIAN

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

T: 07 5545 4774 • W: www.mainfitness.com.au

VETERINARY SURGERY Established on the Mountain since 1990 Andrew Paxton-Hall BVSc. Chris Corcoran BVSc. (Hons)

• REJUVENTION • LONGEVITY

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.

For all ages and levels

2 Main St, Nth Tamborine

Lee Chang Tye – 0420 349 744 email: relaxedmindtaichi@gmail.com

5545 2422 all hours

OPEN: Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am – 12noon

A/H Emergency Service Always Available

Other times by appointment

Ph 0412 403 833 • 5543 1784

TAI CHI

Tai Chi

THE At rear of Presbyterian Church BARGAIN CENTRE $AVE

• RELAXATION • BETTER HEALTH

• Secondhand Furniture • Soft Furnishings • Kitchenware • Books • Toys • Accessories & Costume Jewellery • Ladies, Men’s & Children’s Clothing

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013 – 31


en Op

! m ED 0-2p C U 1.3 D RE Sat en Op

pm 30 . 2 t2 Sa

101 Guanaba Road

24 Tolima Drive

2

$395,000neg – 1041m

3

1

3

BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED • Huge private all-weather deck • Amazing modern kitchen • Polished timber floors • Open plan living • Large attractive back yard Jan Pickett 0404 957 263

at nS e Op

m -3p 0 3 2.

2

$485,000 – 1012m

3

1

1

CHARACTER, COMFORT & THE GREATEST GOLD COAST VIEWS • Views to ocean from 4-person hot spa • Large timber kitchen, original Crown wood stove • Open-plan kitchen/living/dining, fireplace • 2-way bathroom + 2 sep. toilets • 8x2.4m covered balcony + views Bruce Mackay-Payne 0408 725 544

RENTALS

12 King Parrot Court

$495,000 – 1.94ha

4

2

2

A BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN FAMILY HOME • Low-set brick & tile home, views • Spacious bedrooms with built-in cupboards • 2 generous living rooms • RC air-con. • Pool • 3 bay shed – room for 2 cars & a workshop Bruce Mackay-Payne 0408 725 544

HOMES 203 Guanaba Rd: 7 bed, 4 bath...................................$550 pw 27 Yuulong St: 3 bed, 1 bath.......................................$375 pw 6 Southport Avenue: 4 bed, 1 bath..............................$355 pw 11a Demavend Dr: cottage, 1 bed, 1 bath ...................$250 pw 38 Lahey Lookout Rd: 4 bed, 2 bath 5 acres ................$500 pw COMMERCIAL Shop 5, 21 Southport Ave:..................................................POA Shop 1, 136 Long Road:......................................$400 pw + gst 1 School Road, The old Kendall Office: ................Attractive rent Eliza Jones 0474 315 000 m 0p 2.3 1 12 at S en Op

pm .30 2 1 12 at S en Op

50 Long Road

8 Wildflower Court

$945,000 – 2.39ha

5

4

2

THIS ONE WILL TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY • The ultimate experience in private living • The most amazing views • Architecturally designed home • Luxury and grandeur • Huge parents’ retreat • Pool and pool house David Major 0412 726 507

OPEN HOMES FOR SATURDAY 26th OCTOBER

$395,000 – 1035m

2

3

1

1

BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL • Colourful split level, open plan home • Polished timber floors • Striking kitchen with marble benchtops • Stylish bathroom • Slow combustion heater • Spacious entertainment decks & cubby Elizabeth Stirling 0400 449 978

12–12.30pm .....8 Wildflower Ct, Tamborine Mt 12–12.30pm.................50 Long Road, Eagle Hts 12.30–1pm .......55 Macdonnell Road, Eagle Hts 1–1.30pm ......503 Cedar Creek Rd, Cedar Creek

1.30–2pm ........101 Guanaba Rd, Tamborine Mt 2–2.30pm..................24 Tolima Drive, Eagle Hts 2.30–3pm.......12 King Parrot Ct, Tamborine Mt

www.professionalstamborinemountain.com.au ‘Capo di Monte’, 10-12 Main Street, North Tamborine • Ph 5545 5000 32 – TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN NEWS VOL. 1364, 22 OCTOBER, 2013

Tmn1364  

Free local newspaper

Advertisement