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Thursday, 26th March 2015
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NO BACKING DOWN: Development Watch refuses to surrender in the face of Sekisui’s claims of community support.
COMMUNITY group Development Watch
has come out swinging, challenging Sekisui’s
claims of community support for their highrise development proposals at Yaroomba.
President of Development Watch, Lynnette
Saxton, has called into question both the
methodology and findings of Sekisui’s recent
phone poll, which claim “majority support” for
the project.
“If Sekisui really claim majority support for
a high-rise, high-density development at
Yaroomba, they need to come clean on their
survey findings,” Ms Saxton said.
“Nothing in Sekisui’s survey results indicate
community support for high-rise development
at Yaroomba.
“Nothing in Sekisui’s survey results appear
to support high-density development on the
Yaroomba foreshore.
“It is one thing to ask telephone respondents
about their awareness and sentiment towards a
proposal for a development that delivers a
hotel, creates jobs, and encourages tourism,”
she said.
“And it is quite another thing to avoid asking
respondents whether they support high-rise, highdensity development on this coastal strip.
“None of the questions referred to
development at Yaroomba.”
Ms Saxon described the survey’s
methodology as being highly questionable and
misleading.
“It has all the hallmarks of push polling, and
is so biased, it would even make Sir
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embarrassment,” she said.
“This is a classic example of an organisation
using a highly selective series of questions to
obtain a desired result.
“It does not accurately capture community
views in an unbiased manner.”
Ms Saxon suggested that, should Sekisui
stand by its survey findings, the company
should reveal to the public the specific
questions asked in the phone survey, to allow
the community to judge for itself the veracity
of the polling.
“Otherwise the survey results will be judged
for what they really are: a biased and highly
selective attempt at fudging real community
perceptions about the proposal,” she said.
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UNIQUE EVENT: Suncoast Jewellery & Art Expo
organiser, Eckart Schillings, discusses one of
his jewellery pieces with customers at a
previous expo.
IF you’ve a penchant for
ra re and b e auti ful
jewellery, then be sure to
drop by the fourth
Suncoast Jewellery & Art
Expo, especially with it
being held right here in
Coolum Beach for the
first time after outgrowing
previous locations.
Designed to connect the
interested public directly
with local jewellerymakers and artists, the
Expo will be held at the
Coolum Civic Centre on
the weekend of March 28
and 29.
Organiser of the
Suncoast Jewellery & Art
Expo, Eckart Schillings,
believes Coolum has great
potential to become the
permanent home of the biannual event, which has
attracted a variety of
people in the past.
“There is a lot of
creative potential on the
Sunshine Coast,” Eckart
said. “However, there are
only few opportunities to
meet artists, especially
jewellery artists, in an
Expo environment.”
As various jewellerymakers and other artists
showcase their work for
sale, Expo-goers will be
able to view a myriad of
paintings, wrought-iron
art, felting and jewellery
in copper and silver, as
well as fine jewellery
designs with precious
gemstones
and
diamonds.
Better still, the
p a rt i cip at in g a rt i st s
support a children’s
project in Nepal by
donating part of their
profits.
“With Easter just
around the corner, the
timing is perfect to get a
special gift for your loved
ones,” Eckart said. “Plus
visitors will get in the
draw to win great prizes.”
The Suncoast Jewellery
& Art Expo runs from
10am to 5pm on both
Saturday and Sunday at
the Civic Centre, located
in Park Street, Coolum
Beach.
Entry is $5 per person,
available at the door on
the day.
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Yaroomba’s new
pedestrian refuge
WORK has started this
week for a new pedestrian
refuge on David Low
Way at Yaroomba to help
pedestrians cross the busy
coastal road and improve
safety and convenience
for pedestrians.
The
$420,000
pedestrian refuge will be
installed on David Low
Way between Yerranya
Row and Goongilla Street
at Yaroomba.
It will be a welcome
boost to safety for locals,
with 9,000 vehicles using
the busy section of road
every day.
The site was chosen
because it provided good
site distance and there
was strong desire for
pedestrians to cross at the
location.
Two raised concrete
medians with handrails
will be installed to enable
pedestrians to cross the
Coolum Advertiser, 26th March 2015, Page 2
road in two stages,
concentrating on traffic
from one direction at a
time.
New signage will be
installed on approach to
the refuge to warn
motorists of pedestrians
crossing the road, and a
new concrete footpath
will be provided to
connect the refuge to a
nearby bus stop.
Work would be finished
in about one month,
weather permitting, and
generally be carried out
between 6am and 5pm,
Monday to Friday.
The department thanks
nearby residents and
motorists for their
patience during works to
deliver this important
project to improve safety
for pedestrians.
For more information,
call 5451 7055 or email
[email protected]
Shaving for a cure
Linda leads the way at Coolum State School
STUDENTS and teachers at Coolum
Beach State School dug deep last
Friday, March 20, for the World’s
Greatest Shave.
And perhaps it was the Deputy
Principal herself, Linda Morse, who
made all the difference.
Students and teachers watched as
Linda traded her long blonde locks
for a short crop in the name of
cancer sufferers everywhere,
especially the very young.
“Working at a school, you get to
share the joys of childhood and
sometimes the adversity,” Linda
said.
“There is no greater adversity than
a child being in peril.
“No parent, brother, sister or
friend should have to endure the
difficult journey of cancer.
“It is only through research that a
cure will be found. This particular
research foundation (the Leukaemia
Foundation) has a very public
persona that allows us to get behind
it and donate.”
Linda commented that, because
the foundation becomes self-funded,
it thereby allows other government
money to flow into other research
projects.
And it is only through the research
of the disease that a cure will be
found - a cure that will benefit every
single one of us.
Linda’s locks are now on their
way to the UK to be made into a wig
for a little girl who has lost her hair
due to chemotherapy.
Through The Little Princesses
Organisation, a wig-maker will
receive donations of hair to be
created into special wigs.
“Working with children, I know
how important it is to blend in, and
the idea that my hair can be used in
this way is fabulous,” Linda said.
“Thanks to all the school families
and our fabulous staff who so
generously donated.
“The school office counted
donations in excess of $1,400 made
on the day of the shave.
“Add that to the online donations
of $2,761 and we are truly on our
way to making a difference.”
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ALL GONE: Linda, after the crop, is glad to have helped make a
difference, with her hair now on its way to the UK.
difference - if you would like to
donate to this worthy cause, you can
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Lindamorse.
Alternatively, donations can still
be made at the school up until
Friday.
Marcoola athlete awarded for TreX performance
ANOTHER exceptional young local
athlete has been rewarded by the
Member for Fairfax, Clive Palmer
MP, for outstanding performance in
the sporting arena.
28-year-old Marcoola cyclist
Brodie Gardner has been recognised
with a Sport Achievement Award
for his recent success in the TreX
Queensland Back2Back Cross
Triathlon.
“Brodie is a hard-working athlete
who has made a transition within his
chosen sport and is now reaping the
rewards of his persistence and
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PROPOSED LAYOUT: Image depicts the planned Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project which includes:
a new 2,450m-long x 45m-wide runway aligned to the northwest/southeast (Runway 13/31); two runway
end taxiway loops and navigation aids; expansion of the apron at the existing terminal; staged expansion
of the existing terminal; and a combined new Air Traffic Control tower and Aviation Rescue and Fire
Fighting station, access road and utilities.
SUNSHINE Coast residents have this international airport is financially and accommodate these aeroplanes
week vowed to fight Sunshine Coast environmentally toxic,’’ Mr Toms cannot be justified on a safety case.”
Council’s (SCC) unnecessary plan to said.
He said the SCA should remain a
spend up to 347 million ratepayer
“As Virgin Airlines have stated, regional airport that serviced most of
dollars on an international airport.
there is absolutely no demand for Australia at no cost to rate or
R es i d en t s f o r R e s p o n s i b le increased flights on the Sunshine taxpayers.
Develop men t Sunshin e C oast Coast, and building it will not make
The scale of SCC’s planned airport
(ResDev) spokesman Charles Toms them come.
expansion has triggered the need for
said the Sunshine Coast community
“If approved, this project could an Environmental Impact Statement
would campaign against Mayor Mark cost Sunshine Coast ratepayers $347 (EIS) and is currently under
Jamieson’s financially unsound and million and see 1.1 million cubic assessment by the Queensland Coenvironmentally hazardous expansion metres of sand dredged out of ordinator-General (CG) Mr Barry
of the existing Sunshine Coast Moreton Bay and pumped as infill Broe.
Airport (SCA).
onto environmentally significant land
As SCC’s EIS states, the project
Mr Toms said there was no need near the Mt Coolum National Park.
could impact more than 25 marine
for a second international facility just
“This expansion would involve the and other species listed as Matters of
100km north of the Brisbane construction of a seafloor and beach National Environmental Interest
Airport’s International Terminal.
pipeline at Marcoola that would ( M N E I ) u n d e r t h e f e d e r a l
He said commercial jet utilisation impact more than 25 species, Environmental Protection and
of the existing runway was around including endangered blue whales, Biodiversity Conservation Act
just 10 per cent - and the facility had critically endangered grey nurse (EPBC Act).
more than adequate capacity to sharks, endangered leatherback
As such, ResDev has requested
handle forecast traffic well past 2040. turtles and migratory dugongs and Commonwealth Minister for the
It’s feared investing ratepayer dolphins among others.
Environment Greg Hunt review
funds in a failed project of this
“There is no demand for increased SCC’s failure to properly address or
magnitude could result in drastically flights to the Sunshine Coast and we mitigate project impacts on these
increased rates and taxes for locals.
fear a failed project of this size could species.
Mr Toms said ResDev was not lead to drastically increased rates and
ResDev has also requested review
against the airport, but against the taxes for locals.
of serious noise and social impacts
unwarranted extension and believed
“We are seriously concerned about associated with new flight paths
there were far greater needs on the the validity of council’s plan and the linked to the proposal.
Sunshine Coast than an over- potential misuse of almost half-aIn addition, ResDev have also
capitalised and under-performing, billion ratepayer dollars.’’
called on Deputy Premier, Minister
high-risk business unit.
In October last year, the Sunshine f o r T r an sp o rt , Mi n i s t er f or
He said ResDev’s campaign had Coast Daily reported that Virgin Infrastructure, Local Government and
the support of Independent Member CEO, John Borghetti, said there was Planning and Minister for Trade Ms
for Nicklin Peter Wellington, who no demand for increased flights to the Jackie Trad to review SCC’s decision
also believed council funds would be region.
to approve the project’s Development
better invested in local infrastructure
The Sunshine Coast Daily went on Application (DA) during the
such as rail. Mr Wellington will be to report that Mr Borghetti Campbell Newman administration.
sworn in as Speaker of the House questioned council’s decision to
ResDev has requested Ms Trad
today.
spend ratepayer funds in this manner. expand a State Government review of
In addition, council’s airport
Mr Toms said the suggestion the Brisbane residential development
expansion project would see 1.1 existing 30m-wide runway required Cedar Woods, approved by Brisbane
million cubic metres of sand pumped immediate upgrade for safety City Council (BCC) under the former
from Moreton Bay to infill purposes was incorrect.
state government, to include SCC’s
environmentally sensitive land near
On 12 November 2014, the Civil approval process.
the Mt Coolum National Park.
Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
A decision is expected from Mr
According to council’s project found: “Airplanes that have current Broe in coming months.
materials, the construction of a narrow runway supplements (i.e. the
To view council’s EIS and a full
seafloor and beach pipeline to pump B737) have been operating safely for list of associated environmental risks
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visit
http://
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www.dip.qld.gov.au/assessmentswhales, turtles and sharks.
“The cost of widening 30m and-approvals/sca-expansion-project“Mayor Jamieson’s proposed runways to 45m in order to eis-documents.html
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WITH Easter fast approaching, so also feature quality hand-produced the vibrant, friendly group that it is
too is Coolum Art Group’s annual craft by local artisans, which will today.
East Art Show, where some truly also be for sale.
“Working in oils, watercolours,
talented artists present their work in
“There is always a relaxed, happy acrylic, pastel, charcoal and pen and
the beautiful precinct that is Coolum atmosphere,” Lynn said, “and ink, we gather monthly to plan our
Beach.
everyone is welcome.”
exhibitions and to visit local scenic
The exhibition, to be held at
The best paintings in the Theme areas to paint,” Lynn said.
Coolum Civic Centre (next to the Section will be rewarded with a first,
“Each show, the proceeds of a
library) over the Easter weekend of second and third prize donated by raffle are donated to local charities.
April 3, 4 and 5, will see over 200 Gone Bonkers discount store, while
“We also display regularly at the
original works available for the prize for the People’s Choice Beach Gallery, an open-air kiosk
purchas e, including s mal ler painting has been donated by adjacent to the Coolum Information
unframed work offered at very CoolArt framing studio.
Centre.”
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The major sponsor for the
The 2015 Easter Art Show will be
Throughout the weekend, painting exhibition is Anthony from Coolum open on the Friday, Saturday and
demonstrations will take place, Copy and Print, who has been Sunday from 9am until 5pm daily.
conducted by artists belonging to the generously looking after all the Admission is free.
diverse local group which is limited group’s printing needs.
Contact either Lynn on 5471 1148
to just 21 members.
As the oldest active club in the o
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Letters To The Editor
Let’s reiterate
Sekisui’s last-ditch marketing campaign has
begun, which is not surprising with just five
weeks to go until Council’s Special Meeting
at Caloundra on April 27, with the planning
Scheme amendment on the agenda.
The Sunshine Coast last week was flooded
with Sekisui’s promotional paraphernalia by
way
of
letterbox
drops,
full-page
advertisements, media releases, and a survey.
Don’t be fooled by their spin. Sekisui would
be engaging highly qualified marketing
advisors who are experts in writing
promotional material which glorifies the truth,
rubbishes the opposition and puts the fear
factor into the economy.
Here are some facts:
Development Watch and most of the
community we have spoken to, are not against
a development at Yaroomba but endorse the
current approval which allows for a very
generous 350 dwellings, 175 of which can be
apartments up to 8.5m high. We endorse this
approval, not only because it is acceptable
from an environmental and visual point of
view, but because we want our local
tradespersons employed.
If our local tradespersons have any chance of
being hired in the construction phase, the
buildings must be low-rise because they are
not experienced in high-rise construction. A
good example of this is the new Sunshine
Coast Hospital, where more than 70% of the
tradesmen are from out of town.
Sekisui does not have a resort in its proposal
but wishes to construct 17 high-rise towers up
to 39m high, housing 1,470 apartments and
one hotel, squashed into the 20-hectare site.
Hardly a medium density development!
Sekisui states that 51% of the 648 people who
visited their Community Consultation
Sessions were against their proposal. DW
members were at most of their Community
Consultation Sessions and managed to
monitor 472 of the 648 people. 100% of the
472 we monitored were totally opposed to
Sekisui’s proposal and to Council amending
our Planning Scheme to accommodate it. We
have the signed feedback forms to verify this.
Sekisui have stated that there have been 17
amendments made to the SC Planning
Scheme over 10 years. Amendments come in
the form of administrative, minor and major major being the calibre Sekisui are seeking.
Council staff have confirmed that this type of
amendment is unprecedented. Never before
has a major amendment been made in a
similar situation at the proposal stage.
Be aware in these final days, of course Sekisui
are going to do and say whatever they can to
coerce the public and Councillors into
thinking the Sunshine Coast’s economy will
go to rack and ruin if they don’t build this
monster development at Yaroomba.
We don’t need to spend the big bucks to
market the truth; we just need everybody to
write, email and/or text the Mayor and local
Councillors again and reiterate that we do not
want our Planning Scheme amended to
increase height limits.
JULIE FAILOR
Development Watch
Sekisui spin
Evan Aldridge, the spin doctor, is at it again
trying to defend Sekisui’s over-the-top
Yaroomba high-rise development to
which there is massive local and Sunshine
Coast objection.
BBS, their PR firm, rallied support from the
fringes of the shire who have no knowledge or
interest of what’s happening on the Coast. The
phone survey of the development that was
done is misleading in as much as they
didn’t tell people that it was a 17-tower, 10storey development. Of course people are
happy with the development if they are told of
potential benefits, which are exaggerated.
A five-star resort can still be built according
to the present town plan and the four-storey
limit, without destroying the visual amenity of
the area, and everyone will be a lot happier,
now and in the future.
DARRYL McGOWAN
Coolum Beach
Newspaper litter
Firstly, let me say how much we enjoy The
Advertiser each week. Well done!!
Now for my gripe, which is about the amount
of Coolum local residents who do not pick up
the Advertiser from their nature strip or
driveway and leave it there for day/weeks on
end.
At some addresses, they simply leave your
publication, and also The Coolum News,
lying there until the weather breaks them up
and they wash away … or until I walk past
and throw them in their front yard or, if it’s
bin day, put it in their bin!
Perhaps your distributors could take a bit
more time and throw the papers further onto
properties so they don’t litter our beautiful
Coolum streetscapes? There are some
absolute slobs out there who care little or
nothing about our environment and our
streetscapes, and I don’t know what else can
be done to get these morons to simply pick up
their paper delivery!
NAME WITHHELD
Support of 666
I write this in support of Lynette Saxton
(Letters 19/3) regarding Sekisui House’s
proposed development.
Why on earth would Evan Aldridge
commission a private company to conduct a
survey of residents all over the Sunshine
Coast when other areas would not be affected
by the contrary-to-planning-scheme proposal?
To suggest that there is a two-thirds majority
support for the proposal, from a sample of
1,000, only proves that 666 people, yes, 666
people polled, support the proposal!
From which areas did these people come, Mr
Aldridge?
Sekisui House needs to be told by Council
that there is a 12-metre height restriction for
the area and a sacred Indigenous site is at risk,
and that they either comply with the Planning
Scheme or have their application refused!
P. WYNN
Coolum Beach
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Coast residents to inspect their
properties and make themselves
familiar with information about
declared pest plants on council’s
website including advice on what
they can do to manage any issues,”
Cr McKay said.
“A number of resources including
booklets, fact sheets and public
notices will also be provided to
rural and peri-urban landholders
via mail-outs, public notices and
surveys.
“Any landowner who still has
concerns can contact council and we
will arrange for an officer to speak
with you or visit your property.”
Council is also auditing and
treating local road reserves for
declared pest plants to meet its
responsibilities under the
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while also monitoring compliance
with the Act.
“Failure to efficiently deliver the
pest survey program will put at risk
the control of declared pest plants
throughout the region, causing
environmental damage, loss of
biodiversity, threat to stock and
domestic animals, loss of
agricultural productivity and loss of
community amenity.”
Running from April 1 until June
30, 2015, this is the last of four
three-month programs this financial
year.
Emphasis will be placed on
inspecting properties over 4,000
square metres in the localities of
Kenilworth, Obi Obi, Gheerulla,
Cooloolabin, Belli Park, Kureelpa
and Beerburrum.
Cr McKay said a variety of
different communication vehicles
would be available to help inform
and assist property owners.
“Council encourages all Sunshine
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with the Land Protection (Pest and
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- to help prevent damage to the
environment, domestic animals and
community amenity.
Community Programs Portfolio
Councillor Jenny McKay said the
purpose of the program was to
monitor the distribution and spread
of declared pest plants and raise
community awareness about them.
“Council’s Vector and Pest Plant
Officers will be carrying out the
survey in rural and peri-urban
properties throughout the Sunshine
Coast Council region,” Cr McKay
said.
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Violence, concentrating on peerb u ll yin g, fac e to fa c e o r
through technology, has
not addressed the bullying and
violence both adults and children
may endure in the family home. It is
high ly detrimental to both
perpetrators and victims engaged in
bullying, with long-range
consequences and a high cost to
society.
Relationship violence, often
referred to as “domestic
violence” (as if it is somehow less
harmful, because it is contained
within the confines of the family),
impacts to a great extent on the
mental and psychological
development of children and
their “significant other” being
bullied, directly or indirectly. The
imbalance of power in our social
transactions, whether on a corporate
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Speaking with Councillor Robinson
at the library last week, I brought up
the deceptiveness of Sekisui’s 64%
approval figure for their proposed
high-rise development immediately
behind the dunes at Yaroomba. He
saw my point that, by asking totally
unaffected people in Maleny,
Caloundra, Kawana and Nambour,
they created a larger group of
respondents in which to hide the
numbers of locals who are against it
- in other words, those who will be
affected by it.
Councillor Robinson has promised
that he will ask for the figures of
Coolum and North Shore residents
in favour and against this proposal,
also what are the main concerns
identified
in
the
public
consultation. Even more suspect is
Sekisui’s phone poll of 400
Sunshine Coast residents which
brought the approval figure up to
74%. Hmm, now what exactly were
the questions they responded to?
Where do all these people in favour
of this project actually live? Let’s
find that out and send Sekisui to
build their 17 high-rise, wall-to-wall
buildings in their area, instead of
To keep ‘Team Australia’ afloat, the
Captain has turned his attention to
some landlubbers, ordering they
must heave-to and be cut adrift from
their homes. The Captain, chomping
on an onion, turned a blind eye to
their plight and appeared to be three
sheets to the wind. The crew did not
like the cut of his jib or his bilge so
they took action. As the ship was
not on an even keel, the crew
deemed it necessary to careen it
until May, when ‘Team Australia’
will drift into port and prepare to
dock alongside ‘The Budget’.
MARGARET WILKIE
Peregian Beach
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Sekisui’s figures
Knowing their
onions?
level or down to street level, and the
uneven distribution of authority
wielding power in relationships,
contribute to bullying. It is a manyfaceted evil. The family is a
microcosm of our society.
Bullying on a massive scale leads to
war. Many children live in a
warzone daily, at home or at
school. One in three women suffer
the same fate. It is an epidemic, not
only in the west but, to a greater
extent, in nations with
patriarchal governments, or those
with no concern for the human
rights of women and children.
When women and children are
treated as second-class citizens,
their protection is in jeopardy.
This Middle Ages attitude that they
are somehow less worth than men,
is endemic still in our culture to a
degree, and more so in the
developing world. Humiliation and
intimidation is as great a weapon to
destroy victims as physical
confrontations. Words have power.
The court systems are not geared to
adequately determine motives and
actions represented by the written
word only, in official documents. It
is biased towards the rights of both
men and women to access children
in relationships breakdown, but with
dire consequences in some cases,
as with Rosie and Luke Batty.
Orders preventing contact or bail
conditions are weakly upheld, with
really no power to stop
those determined to retaliate, to get
their own way, such as the infamous
Man Monis in the Lindt Café
tragedy. Bullying is a scourge of
greater threat to our national
freedom and peace, than any
other strategy of attack, evident
at multiple levels in our society and
culture, undermining the very
tenants of our democracy.
“Love thy neighbour as you love
yourself” is merely an outdated cliché to many who lack
a moral compass and with seared
consciences, when it comes to their
narcissistic means of making sense
of their own lives, in relationships.
It is prevalent because so many hate
their own lives and want to punish
the innocent.
E. ROWE
Marcoola
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Lies, damn lies and statistics ...
Th e fo u r - p a g e “ r e s u l t s o f
community consultation” brochure
dropped in my letterbox by Sekisui
House last week reminded me of
that old saying: “There’s lies, damn
lies, and then there’s statistics.”
According to the brochure, 680
face-to-face interviews, that is
people seeing the proposal, resulted
in 18% for, 51% opposed and 31%
neutral. It would be just as valid for
the opponents to include the
‘neutral’ vote with the negative
(giving 82% against), as it was for
Sekisui House to include the neutral
with the positive (49% for). I would
have thought 18% for and 51%
against was a clearer indication of
the community’s views, with the
neutral respondents more likely to
reinforce that split as they became
more knowledgeable about the
issue.
It also appears that the opinions of
400 people, who merely responded
to a telephone survey of general
questions about a “hypothetical”
proposal, are given greater weight
than those of 680 people (1.7 times
the number), many of whom will be
directly impacted by the proposal,
and who presumably have seen and
discussed the proposal with the
proponents. Sounds like the reverse
of that other old saying, “believe
half of what you see but only a
quarter of what you hear”.
The truth is that the Yaroomba
high-rise proposal is illegal. Accept
the Town Plan’s rules, Sekisui
House, and move on.
E. BLAIR
Yaroomba
immediately behind our pristine
dunes. Anyone for 17 high-rise
buildings in Maleny?
Sekisui quote 17 amendments made
to the Sunshine Coast Planning
Scheme in the last 10 years. But
how many of those were as
inappropriate as raising a fourstorey limit to a 10-storey limit on
the beachfront? They say: “We need
to ensure the Sunshine Coast
Planning Scheme manages the
growth of the area …” so people
can make the same decision we
have, to live or visit the Sunshine
Coast.
What they don’t get is why people
come here in the first place. It is
because this area is an attractive
alternative to Gold Coast high
rise. If Sekisui and other developers
are given the right to build
“medium-density” (their term) highrise here, our attraction will be gone
and we will become a second-rate
Gold Coast.
Can’t you see that, Mayor
Jamieson?
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Community Notices
Celebrating Easter Concert
The Sunshine Coast Choral Society will be presenting the first concert
for 2015 at Caloundra Uniting Church on Sunday, March 29, at
2.30pm.
Music Director Adrian King has put together a program titled
“Celebrating Easter Choral Music”, including John Stainer’s “The
Crucifixion” and other choruses from Mozart’s “Requiem”, Faure’s
“Requiem” and Handel’s “Messiah”.
There will be opportunities for the audience to join in singing some of
the better-known pieces such as the “Hallelujah” chorus.
The Society is delighted to have James Petterson as a soloist for the
concert. James will be joining the choir to sing John Stainer’s “The
Crucifixion”. As a vocalist within the armed forces, he has performed in
representational duties including the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in
Sydney, Basel Tattoo in Switzerland, in Japan and on numerous tours of
duty.
This will be his first performance with the Society.
Accompanist for the concert is Janet Brewer, who is well-known for her
chamber music recitals with the Pacific Chamber Players.
Door sales will be available an hour before the concert, with online
sales available from Trybooking.com .
For any enquiries, phone 5456 2667 or 5444 3899.
April Country Music Concert
The Maroochy River Country Music Club will hold their next concert on
Sunday, April 12, commencing at 12noon.
The venue is the Bli Bli Hall on Willis Road, Bli Bli. Cost is $7, including
afternoon tea. All are welcome. For enquiries, phone 5493 2340.
Coolum Art Group
We are holding our annual Easter Show from Friday, April 3, through to
Sunday, April 5, at the Coolum Civic Centre, Park Street (next to the
library). The show is open from 9am until 5pm every day.
There will be hundreds of paintings by 20 different artists and lots of
good-quality, homemade crafts. There will be painting demonstrations
happening every day, as well as a “Meet the Artist” afternoon tea on
the Saturday at 4pm, where you can have nibbles and a glass of wine
and chat to our artists.
Entry is free. This exhibition is kindly sponsored by Coolum Copy and
Print, Gone Bonkers and Cool Art.
Fun With June
Sunshine 60 and Better Group Inc is a healthy ageing program
providing a variety of fun activities to keep the mind and body active for
older people. It is funded by the Department of Communities, Child
Safety and Disabilities Services.
Coolum 60 & Better Inc will be holding a fun morning with June on
Monday, March 30, from 9.30am to 11.30am at the Uniting Church
Hall, Elizabeth Street, Coolum Beach. Come along and join in the
activities.
For more information, phone 5443 7281, email [email protected]
or visit our website www.sunshine60.org.au.
Twin Waters View Club
The Twin Waters VIEW Club (Voice, Interest and Education of Women) is
a friendship club for women of all ages.
We will hold our next monthly luncheon-meeting at The Loose Goose
Restaurant, Twin Waters at 11am, on Thursday, April 9. New members
and guests are always welcome. Come along and have some fun and
make new friends.
Our guest-speaker will be Edgar Winter, astrologer. Cost is $27. Please
book by Monday, March 9, by emailing [email protected]
or calling 0487 182 644 and leave a message including your contact
details.
The next Social Function is on Thursday, April 23 -“Fun Olympics” at
Mudjimba Park, starting at 10am. Cost is $2 plus bring a plate. Coffee
and tea can be purchased from the cafes over the road. /There will be
raffles on the day, and we will make up teams of four on the day to play
Boules, Croquet and Quoits.
Bookings are essential. Please advise whether you will be bringing
something savoury or sweet. RSVP by calling 0487 182 644 (leave a
message) or email [email protected]
Twin Waters View Club supports the Learning for Life program which
assists disadvantaged children of Australia so they can have an
education, as well as The Smith Family.
Maroochy North Shore Lions
Maroochy North Shore Lions have had a very busy week, firstly with a
BBQ in the heat at Bunnings last Friday, March 20. Some of the
proceeds of this BBQ will go to the “Brighter Future for Kids”
foundation to assist their “Shoes 4 Kids” program, which provides free,
quality, brand-new leather school shoes and three pairs of socks to
kids in need in our local area.
As well, Maroochy North Shore Lions are still busily preparing for our
Cent Auction, to be held on Easter Saturday, April 4, at the North Shore
Community Centre, David Low Way, Mudjimba from 6pm to 9pm. Local
businesses have been very generous, with some of our major prizes to
bid on including a fabulous GoPro camera as well as accommodation
and dinner vouchers. If you would like to purchase tickets beforehand,
ring Lion Connie on 5450 6010.
Coolum Beach Quilters
We meet every Thursday morning at the Coolum Baptist Church
Hall. Why not call in for a cuppa and a chat?
Be sure to mark in your diary the last weekend of August, and drop by
the Coolum Civic Centre for a couple of hours to check out the 10th
Anniversary Quilt Show - and see for yourself the beautiful quilts, all
made by these talented Coolum ladies.
Also at the Quilt Show will be trade stands, and the locals will have
tables of handmade goods for sale. Why not think about your
Christmas shopping?
Proceeds from the Quilt Show will go to the charity “Beautiful You”.
Coolum Beach Quota
With our Annual General Meeting coming up, our enthusiastic
members have volunteered to fill all positions (a rarity in most clubs!).
The craft group continue to crochet the red poppies that will be
donated to the Coolum-Peregisan RSL for Anzac Day and for
Remembrance Day later in the year.
Our General Business Meetings continue to be on the 2nd Tuesday of
the month in the evening at 7pm at Meals on Wheels in Coolum. The
next meeting will be on April 14 in conjunction with the AGM. Within
our club membership, a group meets regularly on Friday mornings for
craft and coffee, and on the third Tuesday afternoon of the month to
exchange books, for more coffee and company.
To know more about Quota, contact President Lindy on 5446 1639 or
Secretary Cindy on 5448 8373.
Lioness Cent Auction
The Coolum Lioness Club will hold their annual Cent Auction on Friday,
April 17, at the St Peter’s Church Hall, Elizabeth Street, Coolum. Entry
is $3 and includes morning tea. Doors open at 8.30am, and the
Coolum Advertiser, 26th March 2015, Page 8
PLENTY OF PRIZES: Maroochy North Shore Lions’ Cent Auction Co-ordinator, Muriel Holden, with some of the myriad of
prizes available at the Easter Saturday Cent Auction.
auction will start at 10am. There are plenty of prizes to be won.
Meals On Wheels Roster
Monday, March 30: Kitchen: S Kirk, T Royle, L Ellis and M Hannan. Run
1: M and R Fraser. Run 2: R Rigby and M Collins. Run 3: C Chamberlain
and R Reeves. Run 4: L Jones and T Moore. Run 5: P and J Bailey.
Tuesday, March 31: Kitchen: J Ivankovic, TBA and H McKinley. Run 2:
House With No Steps. Run 3: C Cullen and K Eyre.
Wednesday, April 1: Kitchen: H McKinley, J Ivankovic, R Shields and J
Murphy. Run 1: B Drylie and R Dawson. Run 2: E Hammet and P Bailey.
Run 3: J Galbraith and S Howard. Run 4: J Winters and B Jelfs.
Thursday, April 2: Kitchen: R Vaughan, J Ivankovic, O Ball, S Marshall.
Run 2: J Billing and Y Frerk. Run 3: T Burns and S Giddings.
Friday, April 3: Kitchen: S Kirk, B White, R Reid, and M Hannan. Run 1:
J and P Brown. Run 2: P Cooper and M Lim. Run 3: J Galbraith and S
Silke. Run 4: D Goodwillie and L Lovell. Run 5: J and P Bailey.
If you are unavailable on your rostered day, please phone MOW kitchen
on 5446 1000 or Anne on 5473 9562 or 0408 183 517.
Blue Care Coolum Beach
Community & Respite Care
We help older people in the community maintain independence and
manage day-to-day activities at home.
Services at Blue Care include centre-based day respite, transport, inhome respite and social support.
Anyone seeking assistance with daily living tasks or wanting to get
involved in the community can contact Community Services
Coordinator
Leigh
Bredhauer
on
5446
3877
or
[email protected]
Blue Care Coolum Beach is located at 10 Fourwinds Avenue, Coolum.
Coolum-Peregian
RSL Sub-Branch
On Thursday, April 2, at 10.30am, the RSL State President, Terry
Meehan, and Coolum-Peregian RSL Sub-Branch President, Bill Powell,
will plant a Lone Pine tree at the RSL Sub-Branch. All are welcome to
be there for this event.
The Membership Officer will be at the Sub-Branch from 9am to 11am
on Mondays.
On Fridays the bar opens at 4pm, and meals are available from
5.30pm to 8pm. All are welcome.
We have an email newsletter - if you would like to receive it, please
email Glenn Brown at [email protected] and ask to have your
name added to the mail-out list.
Donations and sponsors for ANZAC Day are needed. All donations can
be sent to Coolum-Peregian RSL, PO Box 104, Coolum, 4573.
ANZAC Day at Coolum-Peregian RSL is a community event, and we
need community support to hold the Dawn Service.
If you wish to hold a function, the Coolum-Peregian RSL venue is for
hire (conditions apply). Phone Bill on 0429 184 066.
Snippets from the past: March 27, 1942 - raid by commandos on St
Nazaire. March 28, 1918 - Sgt SR Mc Dougall, VC at Demancourt.
March 29, 1885 - NSW Contingent arrived in Sudan.
Coolum Senior Citizens Club
We will be closed on Easter Monday, April 6.
On Monday, March 30, we will hold the normal card games and
Rummikub, which begin promptly at 12noon, and Bingo at 12.15pm.
Scrabble or an active game of Indoor Bowls both start at 12.30pm.
We meet in the Coolum Civic Centre every Monday from 11.30am to
3.30pm. Locals and visitors are always welcome. Phone Allan on 5446
1040 or Pat on 5446 4165, or just call in on Mondays.
Marcoola Progress Association
We will hold a Special General Meeting on Thursday, April 2, at 7pm at
Marcoola Surf Club to address proposed constitutional changes,
including Association name. All are very welcome.
New Library Number
Need to contact your local library? Then take down this number: 5475
8989, the new Sunshine Coast Library Service contact reservations, to
renew your items, make a booking or any other library inquiry.
If you haven’t been to your library lately, make sure you drop by to talk
to your friendly librarian to see what has changed since you last visited.
With everything from technology tutorials, free information sessions on
a range of topics, children’s activities and more, there is something for
everyone.
Visit council’s library website for more details.
Your Say For Noosa
JOIN the discussion on Council’s YourSay Noosa forum to help shape
the Shire’s next social plan.
Council is currently drafting The Noosa Social Plan 2016-2023. As part
of developing the Plan, Council needs to hear from residents about
their aspirations, our strengths as a community, and any gaps in social
services and infrastructure across the Shire.
From there, Council will develop priorities to shape its activities for the
next seven years.
Social Plan Reference Group spokesman Cr Frank Pardon encouraged
residents to visit http://yoursay.noosa.qld.gov.au and join the
discussion.
“We’re asking Noosa’s residents to tell us what they love about the
Noosa community; what they think the social challenges are; and what
should we do about it,” Cr Pardon said.
We know Noosa people are passionate about the environment but we
also want them to tell us how we can improve our social capital. Our
aim is to look after people and enhance their lifestyle.”
Cr Pardon said community feedback would help shape the plan.
The YourSay Noosa Social Plan forum is open at http://
yoursay.noosa.qld.gov.au.
The Noosa Social Plan 2016-2023 will replace the plan drawn up in
2006.
“Like the plan it replaces, the new plan will incorporate demographic
profiling, research and census data,” Cr Pardon said.
The online forum closes this Friday.
North Shore Community Centre
Line Dancing with Barbara is on Wednesdays from 9.30am to
11.30am.
Zumba with Trudi is on Mondays from 11am to 11.30am (Gold) and
Tuesdays from 9.30am to 10.30am.
Ilshim Tae Kwon Do with Trent is on Mondays from 5pm to 6.45pm.
Nia Dance with Wendy is on Tuesdays from 6.15pm to 7.15pm, and
Fridays from 9.15am to 10.15am.
Sport Fencing with Aaron is on Thursdays from 7.30pm to 9pm.
Japanese Karate with Heidi Jka is on Saturdays from 9am to 12noon.
Glee Club with SCCC is on Thursdays from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Italian Class with U3A is on Wednesdays from 11.30am to 1.30pm.
German Class with U3A is on Fridays from 2pm to 4pm.
SMT (Some Mum Time) is on Fridays from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Christian Community Church is on Sundays from 8.30am.
Narcotic Anonymous is on Wednesdays from 7.45pm to 9pm.
Freestyle Karate with Anderson Bushi Kai is on Tuesdays from 6.30pm
to 8pm.
Dance Along for 2 to 5 years with Mandy is on Tuesdays from 10.30am
to 11am.
Just Acrobatics with Darren and Dianna is on Mondays and Tuesdays
from 3.15pm to 6.15pm.
Physio Yoga with Sarah is on Tuesdays from 1pm to 2pm; Wednesdays
from 4.30pm to 5.30pm; and Thursdays from 1pm to 2pm.
Yoga Palette for Mums & Bubs with Stacey is on Mondays from 9.15am
to 10.15pm, and Wednesdays from 10.30am to 11.30am.
Yoga for Kids is on Thursdays from 3.30pm to 4pm.
Yoga for Teens is on Thursdays from 4.30pm to 5.30pm.
Yoga Chi Gung with Tony is on Mondays from 9.30am to 10.30am, and
Wednesdays from 3pm to 4pm and 7pm to 8pm.
Pilates Bt Physio is on Tuesdays from 5pm to 6pm. Phone Uwe on 5448
8755.
German Class with Erika from U3A is on Fridays at 2.30pm.
New Class Alert: The Dance Movement with Ngaire is on Mondays from
7pm to 8.30pm, and Tuesdays from 11am to 12.30pm. Phone 0407
418 627.
Tiny Tutus is on Fridays from 9.30am to 11am.
All enquiries can be directed to Christie from NSCC on 5450 9700.
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SUNDAY
Notes
5 EASTER SUNDAY
MONDAY
Public Holidays
TUESDAY
School Holidays
6 EASTER MONDAY
COOLUM ART GROUP annual
Easter Show at the Coolum
Civic Centre, Park Street (next
to the library). The show is
open from 9am until 5pm
every day.
1
THURSDAY
2
7
8
9
COOLUM COMBINED PROBUS
CLUB at the Coolum Bowls Club
at 9.15am. Visitors welcome.
COOLUM TOASTMASTERS
meets tonight from 7pm to 9pm
in the Coolum Peregian RSL,
David Low Way. All welcome.
Enq Linda 0403 175 534
COOLUM BEACH QUILTERS
meet every Thursday 9am to
12noon at the Coolum Baptist
Church Hall David Low Way.
Join us and be involved in our
community Eng 5450 5265
15
16
PEREGIAN KNITTING GROUP
Knit/crochet for those in need,
9.30am to 11.30am. Free bring
8ply or wool, 4mm needles.
Enq Maureen 0419 399 932
PEREGIAN BEACH MARKETS
7am-12:30pm. Huge variety
of stalls. All proceeds to
Peregian SLSC. 1st & 3rd
Sunday of every month.
Ph Annie 0428 190 055
WEDNESDAY
12
13
14
THE MAROOCHY RIVER
COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB will
be hold a concert starting at
12noon. The venue is the Bli
Bli Hall on Willis Road, Bli Bli.
Cost is $7
COOLUM SENIOR CITIZENS
meet on Mondays in the
Coolum Civic Centre, open from
11.30am to 3.30pm,
COOLUM BEACH QUOTA
A.G.M. and General Business
meeting at 7.00pm at the
Coolum Beach Meals on
Wheels.
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
3 GOOD FRIDAY
4 EASTER SATURDAY
COOLUM ART GROUP annual
Easter Show from Friday, April
3, through to Sunday, April 5, at
the Coolum Civic Centre, Park
Street (next to the library). The
show is open from 9am until
5pm every day.
MOVIES IN THE PARK there will
be a double Feature on tonight
in Tickle Park starts around
dusk.
10
11
17
18
COOLUM LIONESS CENT
AUCTION at St Peters Catholic
Church Elizabeth St Coolum
starting at 8,30am
COOLUM CUTTING EDGE are
celebrating 21 years in
Business and are putting on a
show, you will need to rsvp by
Monday 13th of April
24
25 ANZAC DAY
MAROOCHY NORTH SHORE
LIONS CENT AUCTION, to be
held at the North Shore
Community Centre, David Low
Way, Mudjimba from 6pm to
9pm
HELD IN-ROOMS
AT RAMADA
923 DAVID LOW WAY
MARCOOLA
TONIGHT AT 6:00PM
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20
21
22
23
.PEREGIAN BEACH MARKETS
7am-12:30pm. Huge variety
of stalls. All proceeds to
Peregian SLSC. 1st & 3rd
Sunday of every month.
Ph Annie 0428 190 055
COOLUM SENIOR CITIZENS
meet on Mondays in the
Coolum Civic Centre, open from
11.30am to 3.30pm,
PEREGIAN KNITTING GROUP
Knit/crochet for those in need,
9.30am to 11.30am. Free bring
8ply or wool, 4mm needles.
Enq Maureen 0419 399 932
COOLUM TOASTMASTERS
meets tonight from 7pm to 9pm
in the Coolum Peregian RSL,
David Low Way. All welcome.
Enq Linda 0403 175 534
COOLUM BEACH QUILTERS
meet every Thursday 9am to
12noon at the Coolum Baptist
Church Hall David Low Way.
Join us and be involved in our
community Eng 5450 5265
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CHEW & CHAT at Uniting Church
Hall from 10am to 11.30am.
Morning Tea and Entertaiment,
cost $3.
27
28
COOLUM SENIOR CITIZENS
meet on Mondays in the
Coolum Civic Centre, open from
11.30am to 3.30pm,
COOLUM BEACH QUOTA
Changeover at the Coolum
Peregian RSL, David Low Way at
2.30pm
29
30
COOLUM BEACH QUILTERS
meet every Thursday 9am to
12noon at the Coolum Baptist
Church Hall David Low Way.
Join us and be involved in our
community Eng 5450 5265
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May Deadline: 12 noon Tuesday, 28/04/15.
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QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE
Emergency - Call Triple Zero (000)
Non-emergency - Policelink 131 444
QUEENSLAND AMBULANCE SERVICE
Emergency - Call Triple Zero (000)
Non-emergency - 13 12 33
QUEENSLAND FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE
Emergency - Call Triple Zero (000)
Latest fire threat information - 1300 369 003
Fire bans & permits - 1800 020 440
CRIME STOPPERS (24 HOURS, 7 DAYS)
1800 333 000 (Toll Free)
STATE EMERGENCY SERVICES
Flood Storm Emergency - 132 500
NATIONAL SECURITY HOTLINE
1800 123 400
POISONS INFORMATION CENTRE (24 HOURS 7 DAYS)
131 126
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Council call to bridge
safety gap at Bli Bli
SUNSHINE Coast Council has
urged the State Government to
address cyclist safety concerns on a
narrow bridge at Bli Bli.
Division 9 Councillor Steven
Robinson said the state-controlled
carriageway across the Maroochy
River wasn’t wide enough to safely
cater for cyclists and high volumes
of traffic.
“The capacity of this bridge in Bli
Bli as a multi-use transport link is a
serious concern to council given the
increase in people riding bikes on
the Sunshine Coast, and the
community has raised these
concerns with us,” he said.
“This 300m bridge has a 6-metrewide carriageway, so it’s a
dangerously tight squeeze for SAFETY CONCERN: The carriageway across the Maroochy River at Bli
c yc l i s t s and mot or is t s a nd Bli doesn’t allow safe travel for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
particularly concerning, given the
high traffic volume on the bridge of on both sides of the bridge.”
Council has a goal to shift to
approximately 10,000 vehicles per
Sunshine Coast Bicycle Touring public and active transport modes
day.
Club President Helen Gavigan said through the Sunshine Coast
“The adjacent 1.2-metre-wide many cyclists opted to avoid Sustainable Transport Strategy
pedestrian bridge isn’t wide enough travelling across the Bli Bli bridge 2011-2031 and the Sunshine Coast
to allow safe travel for both bike due to the potential safety risks.
Active Transport Plan 2011-2031.
riders and pedestrians.
“We have around 240 riders
Both council and TMR have
“Council has previously appealed within our club and tend to avoid provided infrastructure for cyclists
to the State Government to have this that bridge wherever possible in our in and around Bli Bli over recent
bridge upgraded for both vehicles planned weekend rides because it is years to encourage an increase in
and bicycles,” he said.
too narrow,” she said.
active transport.
“ We again wrot e to th e
“Certainly the less experienced
Research shows that more than
Department of Transport and Main riders within our club aren’t 70,000 people (and growing) are
Roads (DTMR) in late December confident riding on the bridge, and riding bikes on the Sunshine Coast
with concerns about bike rider most will dismount and walk their each week, and there has been an
safety.
bikes across, rather than run the increase of over 60% in bike-rider
“Council would welcome an g a u n t l e t o n t h e n a r r o w numbers in urban areas over the past
opportunity to discuss the potential carriageway.
two years.
for providing a fully accessible off“We would certainly support
Providing safer routes for cyclists
road bridge to cater for both anything that would make the bridge will help to encourage more cyclist
pedestrians and cyclists with safe safer for bike-riders because, in its activity on the Coast and assist with
connections to the pathway network current state, it is pretty scary.”
reducing traffic congestion.
Oz Fitness Coolum "It’s your time"
Now Open at Oz Ski Resort Quanda Park
Our new gym is a relaxed and
friendly centre, with state of the art
Technogym and
USA FORCE
equipment to suit all levels of
fitness. Set at Coolum’s Quanda
Park between Oz Ski Resort’s world
class waterski lakes, we offer you a
unique gym experience that allows
you to reach your fitness goals. The
elevated
and
architecturally
designed building brings nature to
the forefront giving you maximum
views overlooking the water.
Take a stand up paddleboard fitness
class or bootcamp around the lake
as a part of your all inclusive gym
membership.
Our foundation member rates are
available
online
at
www.ozfitnesscoolum.com.au. We
now offer 5 different class types on
the deck including four pilates
sessions per week.
The exercise hydropool offers two
hydraulic treadmill systems for low
impact water exercise that can be
used
independently
or
in
consultation with our on-site
physiotherapist
and
exercise
physiologist. Find prices for Oz Pool
use on our website.
Parent’s can enjoy the freedom of
bringing their children and taking
advantage of our indoor/outdoor
crèche on offer 9-11am Monday,
Tuesday and Friday.
An exciting new addition being
added to the centre is a licensed
cafe where you can relax on the
deck and enjoy our specialty
roasted coffee. There will also be a
fully stocked pro shop.
At Oz Fitness Coolum, we are
determined to create something
Coolum Advertiser, 26th March 2015, Page 10
special that allows people to escape
and enjoy the free moments they
get during the week to look after
themselves.
Check out our facebook page for
updates on the happenings around
the gym. We welcome everyone to
a free trial of the gym or a class, we
are sure you will be happy with your
experience.
The gym is located at 60 Junction
Dv, Coolum, Beach 4573. Email:
[email protected]
You can also find us on facebook Oz
Fitness Coolum Phone: 0473153178
Open hours: Monday to Friday
5am to 7:30pm, Saturday and
Sunday 6am to 12pm
Quality Dance and Art Studio
Penelope Edler’s Chez Danse,
situated at Marcoola (near
Sunshine Coast Airport), offers a
unique and state-of-the-art
facility including a fairy garden.
Not only is this an enchanting
dance studio, but it also offers
visual art and craft classes for
children and adults.
Chez Danse can essentially draw
from over 50 state and private
schools within a 30-minute
radius.
The studio is in a
fabulous location with easy
access
via
the
Sunshine
Motorway and lots of parking.
Penelope Edler and her coteacher Rebecca Tame are part
of an elite group of teachers
who are fully registered with the
Royal Academy of Dance – the
world’s leading dance education
organisation. Mrs Edler also
holds a BA Communication and
a Visual Arts Diploma (Fine Art).
Chez Danse is the only Sunshine
Coast dance studio registered to
offer the prestigious Les Griffith
Tap Dance Academy Syllabus the syllabus Dein Perry and the
original Tap Dogs trained in.
We offer the very best in tap
dance training and we have the
most wonderful class for adults.
Mrs Edler said, “It’s never been
more important to chose a
dance
studio
based
on
professionalism, qualifications,
reputation and experience. I
} Fully Qualified RAD teachers.
} Owner is a National Adjudicator.
} Available spots in Baby Dance, Ballet for Preps,
Junior Jazz and Adult Tap.
} Classes for senior ballet students available on request.
} Performance Coaching.
Call now to enrol.
Penelope Edler's Chez Danse
4/3 Cessna Street, Marcoola 4564.
Mobile: 0431 774 190
have always loved teaching and I
have
taught
several
of
Australia’s
best
current
dancers.”
Mrs Edler taught professional
dancers, Charles Bartley (SYTCD,
Fame, King Kong and currently
performing in Dirty Dancing) and
Kyle Page (Australian Dance
Theatre and Dance North) to
name a few. With thirty years of
teaching experience, Mrs Edler
believes Chez Danse offers
everything for a child’s dance
and art education.
Keeping abreast of dance trends
nationally, Mrs Edler has
adjudicated most of the major
dance eisteddfods in South East
Queensland and some of the
largest eisteddfods in Australia.
She is also a prolific artist –
creating mixed media art,
wearable art and paintings.
Mrs Edler (known as Miss Penny
to her students) enjoys sharing
her love of dance and art with all
the children and adults she
teaches and adjudicates.
A
broad knowledge in both
performing and visual art makes
her
creative
contributions
versatile, interesting and fun.
Contact Penelope Edler on 0431
774 190 or view Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/
penelopeedlerschezdanse
for
further information.
Bringing Sexy Back
My wife Helen started coming to
Penny’s Personal Training over a
year ago. She then convinced me
to start, we were both
overweight and needed a life
change.
With Penny’s support, nutritional
advice and eating a lean diet
whilst also training I was able to
drop 17kgs and Helen 27kgs. It’s
great being able to have the
shared interest and support of
your life partner whilst on this
journey. Our lives are so much
better now and yours can be too
if you take that first step and
make the call.
Penny’s Personal Training is
located at Shop 3/44 Petrie Ave
Marcoola Beach – If you want to
bring your sexy back call Penny
on 0417 074 703.
New Dance Studio
at Marcoola with
Fairy Garden
Includes Nutritional Advice,
Body Fat Measurements and constant
motivation to Achieve Maximum Results
Stop Feeling Tired and
Start Feeling Fantastic
Call Penny Now On
0417 074 703
PENNY’S PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIO
Shop 3/44 Petrie Ave, Marcoola Beach
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27 Hole Golf Course
Open from daylight to dark
Licensed bar facilities
Free BBQ use
Great for groups & social
golf days
Beautiful wildlife &
picturesque setting
Light lunches & snacks
best value golf on the coast
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Yellow Fever Vaccinations
Scuba Dive Medicals
Drivers License Medicals
Pre-Employment Medicals
Aviation Medicals
Coolum Village Shopping Centre
8-26 Birtwill Street, Coolum Beach
8am to 7pm - Monday to Friday
8am to 5pm - Saturday & Sunday
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COOLUM PEREGIAN
FISHING CLUB INC
TIDE TIMES 2015
Coolum and Maroochy River
For other areas visit
www.msq.qld.gov.au
DAVID LOW BRIDGE
FRI
27th March
Coolum
Maroochy River
1.61m
1.36am
4.03am
0.73m
8.31am
10.58am
1.18m
2.00pm
4.27pm
0.64m
7.51pm
10.18pm
SAT
28th March
Coolum
Maroochy River
1.56m
2.52am
5.19am
0.72m
9.48am
12.15pm
1.19m
3.28pm
5.55pm
0.67m
9.15pm
11.42pm
SUN
29th March
Coolum
Maroochy River
1.57m
3.59am
6.26am
0.67m
10.49am
1.16pm
1.26m
4.37pm
7.04pm
0.64m
10.28pm
—-
1.60m
4.54am
7.21am
0.60m
11.33am
2.00pm
1.35m
5.28pm
7.55pm
1.64m
5.39am
8.06am
0.53m
12.09pm
2.36pm
1.45m
6.10pm
8.37pm
———-
0.52m
12.08am
2.35am
1.67m
6.17am
8.44pm
0.46m
12.41pm
3.08pm
1.54m
6.47pm
9.14pm
0.46m
12.46am
3.13am
1.70m
6.52am
9.19am
0.41m
1.11pm
3.38pm
1.61m
7.20pm
9.47pm
MON
30th March
Coolum
Maroochy River
0.58m
11.24pm
—-
TUE
31st March
Coolum
Maroochy River
WED
1st April
Coolum
Maroochy River
THU
2nd April
Coolum
Maroochy River
Coolum Advertiser, 26th March 2015, Page 12
BIG WIN: Coolum FC’s Under 8 Stingrays enjoyed a great start to the season defeating local rivals, the Noosa Cougars. Left to right:
Max, Bodhi, Luca H, Luca M, Jude, Mitch, Kaden, Fionn and Jasper.
MT COOLUM GOLF CLUB
17/3: Men: A Girolami 40c/b; A Godfrey 40c/b.
Ladies: L Daniel 38; D Chard 35. NTP: 8 TJ King;
10 K Voltz; 12 J Jansen/L Smith; 16 P Mathews.
BRD: Men 35c/b; Ladies 31. Field: Men 95;
Ladies 14.
PEREGIAN SPRINGS LADIES’ GOLF RESULTS
17/3/15 - Irish 4BBB: 1st: P Ring, S Tregaskis, P
Martin, C Mc Lean 122pts. 2nd: M Carey, S
Barnes, M Osborne, M Waters 121pts. 3rd: M
Lewis, F Layton, J Mc Kay, J Young 117pts.
NTP: 3rd hole S Nyman; 8th hole S Joubert; 12th
hole S Probert; 14th hole S Ellis.
COOLUM BEACH BOWLS CLUB
Results to March 22
Tuesday Open Pairs/Triples: Winners: T Allsop, E
Tomsene. R/up: C Belsham, M Sorley. WoL: T
Nethercote, R Caldwell.
Thursday Ladies’ Triples/Pairs: Winners: B Bluett,
L Bartley, M Bosworth. R/up: M Cordell, J Wilson.
Friday Men’s Pairs/Triples: Winners: W Parnell, G
Brown. R/up: D Wright, P Page.
Despite a 5-0 win at Rainbow Beach on Saturday,
the Men’s Gold Division just failed to make their
playoffs, and the Sunday game at Wellington Point
was not played.
Men’s Bronze Division finished top of their ladder
and hosted their playoffs on Sunday. Algester
defeated Musgrave Hill in the morning but were
no match for Coolum in the final. The home side
won 4 rinks to 1, and will now go to Tweed Heads
on Saturday to contest the finals.
The Men’s Premier 7s Division 3 also finished top
of their section ladder after a 3-0 win over
Wynnum Manly. They will go to Bramble Bay on
Saturday to play in the finals.
The Mt Coolum Aged Care Prestige Open Pairs will
be held on the Saturday and Sunday of the Easter
weekend, with $5,000 prize money. There are still
some spots available.
Don’t forget the Ladies’ Fiesta on Wednesday, July
15 - $1,500 in cash and prizes and lots of
homemade goodies and craftwares.
MT COOLUM GOLF CLUB
Vets with visitors Horton Park: Div 1: D Cush 41; K
Horton 38c/b. Div 2: N Moody 42; W Porter 39.
NTP: 5/14 B Murton; 8 A Westacott; 10 P O’Neill;
12 V Bukmanis; 16 A O’Malley. BRD: 33.
PEREGIAN SPRINGS VETERAN GOLFERS
23/3/15 Peregian Springs host Gympie and Tin
Can Bay - Single Stableford, with G Ryansponsored NTP and 18th-hole winners: NTP: 3rd
Harvey Clarke; 8th Bill Wellington; 12th Geoff
Connelly; 14th Mark Lumby. 18th-hole 3rd-shot
Winner: Wayne Hastie. Nett Score Winners: Daz
Innes c/b. Winners for the Day: A-Grade (0-17):
1st Don Paul 39pts c/b; 2nd David Findlay 39pts
c/b; 3rd Steve Scott 39pts. B-Grade (18-23): 1st
Garry Elliott 45pts; 2nd Geoff Connelly 44pts c/b;
3rd Lionel Muir 44pts. C-Grade (24-36): 1st Blair
Robinson 40pts; 2nd Jack Green 38pts c/b; 3rd
Oakley Davidson 38pts. 98 players.
COOLUM TENNIS
The NDTA (Noosa District Tennis Association)
Australian Open junior tournament was held here
last Saturday, March 14, with 44 participants.
Of the Coolum players, Emma Willis was runnerup in Orange Division, Beau McWaters won Green
Division, Mitch Willis was runner-up in C-Grade,
and Kristy Drain won B-Grade. Congratulations to
all players.
NDTA fixture teams are being formulated for
winter fixture season so, if any players are keen,
please let Andrew Ash know as soon as
possible. Phone 0421 391 505.
Coolum Travellers have had a great season to
date, being second, with the top-three teams
having only one point different. On Friday, we
played the third team, Nambour, and were
defeated by 46-30. Congratulations to the new
Nambour team. They are improving with every
match and are a great asset to the competition.
Social tennis has proved popular in the last
couple of weeks with good attendance. We
welcomed back Noel Messer from his travels.
COOLUM FOOTBALL CLUB
Coolum FC Women’s Premier Reserves
Coolum FC started the season in the greatest
possible manner - a 1-0 win over Caboolture, with
good team performance. Player of the match went
to young Chloe, followed closely by Bree and
Laurne P. Goal-scorer was Bree. Well done to all
players and, also, we have a big game next week we are up against Maroochydore. All in all, a great
start to the season.
Player of the Match: Chloe Heidke
Final Score: Coolum FC 1 - 0 Caboolture SC
Coolum FC Under 15 Division 1
Coolum FC started their season with a bang,
beating Maroochydore 4-2 in front of a cheering,
supportive crowd seated in the Pam Daines
Stand. Maroochydore dominated possession in
the first half; however Riley Korbaleff and Dylan
McKenzie struck low finishes across the face of
goal to give the home side the advantage at the
break. Within the first twenty minutes of the
second half, Coolum played the most beautiful
passing, positioning and ball-retention football I
have seen from these players in over three years.
Callum Regan soon made it 3-0 with a left-foot,
low finish, before Maroochydore hit back quickly
to make it 3-1, and then 3-2. Coolum were not
going to let the hard work they had put in go
astray and, after winning a penalty with 5 minutes
to go, Dylan McKenzie stepped up to make no
mistake. A great win and some fantastic football
played by this team.
Man of the Match: Riley Korbaleff
Final Score: Coolum FC 4 - 2 Maroochydore FC
Coolum FC Under 15 Division 2
A great start to the season with the newly formed
team, made up of mostly under-age players,
playing against the Maroochydore team at Coolum
on a beautiful Saturday morning. Both teams were
understandably rusty in their first hit out at a fulllength match, but quickly settled down to play a
tight end-for-end game. Maroochydore took the
lead early, but a stunning long-range goal from
Max O’Dell gave the Coolum team plenty of
confidence, and a second from Deklan Naylor had
the home team going into the break one goal up.
Coolum produced a much better possession game
in the second half and, after numerous chances,
finally slotted in their third and sealed the match.
While all players played very well, Eamon Kriz
showed how much he has improved over the off
season and played a fine defensive role.
Man of the Match: Eamon Kriz
Final Score: Coolum FC 3 - 1 Maroochydore FC
Coolum FC Under 14 Division 1 Girls
What a team we have here. With our numbers
down and the heat in the middle of the day taking
its toll, the girls put in a courageous display
against Buderim. We were very unlucky to be
down 3-0 at the break, as our teamwork and
positional play was outstanding. Harmony and
Chelsea were standouts in the midfield, along
with Ash and Maeve chasing everything down in
defence. Summer scored a great individual goal
and, despite a tenacious performance from
everyone in the second half, we ended up going
down 3-1.
Final Score: Buderim Wanderers FC 3 - 1 Coolum
FC
Coolum FC Under 11 Wallabies Blue
A great start to the season with a promising
performance from all the boys. The team is
starting to blend well, with outstanding games
from new boys Ned and Riley. Max and Tui were
solid in defence, and Kit and James were
constantly at the North Shore midfielders. Freddy
made several first-class saves and was deserved
best on ground. Despite losing 3-2 against North
Shore, this was a great game.
Man of the Match: Freddy Edmonds
Final Score: North Shore FC 3 - 2 Coolum FC
Coolum FC Under 10 Wallabies Blue
Coolum FC played a really nail-bitting game,
losing 3-2 and nearly snatching a draw after
touching the post twice and the crossbar once.
For players who never played together before, I
reckon they do a great job. Wallabies Green are a
great team who I’m sure will do really well this
season.
Coolum FC Under 9 Manta Rays
A great game by the U9 Manta Rays, with all team
members present for the first game of the season.
Izaak Wollin scored the first goal of the season in
his very first game, so he was very happy. Cooper
Spencer was the other goal-scorer in the game,
which ended up as a 2-all draw. The players all
performed well as a team and had heaps of fun,
especially eating the frozen oranges at half time.
Quinn Atkinson played a great game in defence,
as well as saving a great shot whilst in goal as the
keeper.
Coolum FC Under 8 Stingrays
The U8 Stingrays kicked off the season with an
emphatic team performance away at Noosa
Cougars. Despite the sticky conditions, the boys
were full of running. Mitch, Kaden, Jasper and
Bohdi defended in numbers, with Max and Jude
commanding the midfield and moving the ball
well, resulting in goals from Luca H (5), Luca M (2)
and Fionn (1). A super effort from all the boys.
Coolum FC Under 8 Starfish
What a great start to the year - the whole team
was so keen and excited to play that it showed
throughout the game. Our shooting and passing
game was excellent, especially Tane who was
everywhere and my pick for man of the match.
Rory, Taj and Xaniel ran their hearts out, and what
a start for our new guys Dean, Keelan, George
and Jaiah. Great teamwork, everyone.
Coolum FC Under 7 Killer Whales
The Killer Whales had a fantastic start to the new
season. All players showed great sportsmanship
in encouraging new team members. Jasmine had
a great first game of football ever. We were all
excited to see our teammate Sebastian cheering
from the sideline as he’s out injured. Charlie,
Phoenix and Thai were great at passing and
defending, while Cailan and Noah F ran well in the
heat, taking lots of big kicks.
Coolum FC Under 6 Seahorses
The first game of the season was a good start for
the Under 6 Seahorses who played NYU. All
players played extremely well for their first-ever
game of soccer. All the boys have been training
very well leading up to the game, and their efforts
on the weekend were outstanding. The boys were
excited to be playing and enjoyed scoring
goals. The Under 6 Seahorses displayed very good
teamwork, and they are all looking forward to their
next game.
COOLUM HOOKERS FISHING CLUB
Hi to all Hookers members. What a great weekend
for the fishing comp at Toorbul Caravan Park.
Everyone had a great time and the fish were on
the bite.
Congratulations goes to Johnny B for winning the
Fish of the Month, Heaviest Catch and Offshore.
Well done to Chris B for taking out the Women’s
Comp with her bream and whiting.
Apparently, Pete F caught some very nice
flathead.
Well done, everyone. Unfortunately, there were no
winners in the Juniors Comp.
Next month is the Borumba Dam camp and we’re
catching Redclaw.
Handyman
Hammer Time Handyman
Your Locally Run
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For all your Home maintenance
Pensioner discounts
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We will always turn up to quote
Call Matt 0421 333 3255
No Job too small
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Brake & Clutch Repairs
Electronic Fuel Injection
Suspension Repairs
Tune ups & Servicing
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Tyres, Wheel Alignments
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Computers
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5446 1533
Ph: 0413 338 964
All Areas
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Computers
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100 Link Cres, Coolum Beach
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[email protected]
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Surge Protections
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ABN: 59 194 237 177
0422 609 535
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No job is TOO BIG or TOO SMALL!
Contact me now for fast friendly service
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M. 0413 123 702
E. [email protected]
BSA Lic No. 15795
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Phone Adam
0410 043 761
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A/hrs: (07) 5446 3412
Lic No. 509194
Lawn Mowing
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and Replacement
ans
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THE HANDYMAN
• All Home Maintenance
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• Tree Trimming
Phone Wayne
Carpentry
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Hunter Stonework
& Landscapes
ALF
No Job Too Small
0409 511 453
Phone: 5446 4071
Landscaping
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Maintenance
ABN: 32884603220
Specialising In:
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Š Houses
Š Sidewalks
Š Fences
Š Domestic
Š Commercial
Š And More
Handyman
Coolum Concretor
QBSA 1034013 ABN 54699090390
[email protected]
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Ray Gallaher
House Washing
Electrical
Handyman
Free Quotes
KEV 0402 180 070
GUY 0406 084 974
Permanently servicing
our local area
Concreting
Lic No: 898614
Quality workmanship
All aspects of Carpentry and Joinery
5446 2906
Mob 0413 135 457
Ph
Concreting
Ron Moore
Carpentry
Lic# 10643
Email: [email protected]
High pressure water cleaning
Work to max $3300 (Gov regulations)
ABN 83211475073
Phone Troy 5446 2031 or
0414 241 852
Lawn Mowing
Beachside
Mowing
Rubbish Removal
Hedge Trimming
Palm Tree Removal
Vacant Blocks
Neil 0417 602 553
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Lawn Mowing
Pest Control
RESOLVE MOWING
• Landscape maintenance freshen ups
• Yes we do all sized lawns
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• Experienced tree climber
“Safe” For people (asthmatics
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Affordable and Guaranteed
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General pest/termite inspections
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WE RESOLVE YOUR GARDEN PROBLEMS
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Security & Flyscreens
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WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU NOW?
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Plumbers
PH: 5446 2765
John & Leanne Wells
Coolum Beach
Metal Fabrication
BSA Lic. 1184957
MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
Shay Little 0409 874 195
Email: [email protected]
Emergency Service
Commercial, Body Corp, Domestic
Licence #13965 QBSA #885860 ABN #89092193938
Pest Control
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NICOLASTILING
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COOLUM ENGINEERING
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All general welding & metal fabrication
• Structural steel
• Beams, columns, posts
• All sheet metal applications
4/55 Link Cres, Coolum Beach
Ph: 5351 1103
Fax: 5351 1104 Mob: 0419 706 659
BSA 1199144
Doug Montgomerie
TERMITE/BORER SPECIALIST
QBSA Lic No 4806 PMT Lic No 13779
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• Termite Insurance Policy Available.
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Environmentally Friendly
Phone: 5446 1258
Mobile: 0427 713 467
B.S.A. 887947
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REMEMBER, THE RIGHT WAY
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CHRIS 0418 337 808
Pest Control
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BSA 1143122
ALL FLOOR AND WALL TILING
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For a FREE QUOTE call
A/H 5473 9541
CLAYTON: 0407 429 422
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MAINTENANCE PAINTER
&
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Exp MPA Member Lic No 9988143
SPECIALISING IN:
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Jet Water blasting & rotary cleaning
Colour Consulting
Timber Restoration
Pool Resprays Pensioner Discounts
maintenance specialist
24 hour emergency service
prompt, reliable and affordable
water conservation
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Ph PAUL 5446 5128
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5471 7698
Established over 20 years in Coolum
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Painting
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LOCAL FOR 20 YEARS
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PH 5448 9765 FAX 5450 7079
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• No Job too Small
Mob: 0412 201 104
Email: [email protected]
● Tree Felling
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Call Colin:
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0424 794 626 Coolum
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Plumbing
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Mob: 0466 561 501 Ph: 5313 5597
Email: [email protected]
Fully Insured and Professional Advice
Plumbers
Plasterer
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Tony Becerra
Level 5 Diploma Arborist
BSA Lic No: 78690
We specialise in Ants, Cockroaches,
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Call Matt 0421 333 325
Tree Services
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No job too small
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BSA Lic:
1196521
0415 572 093
[email protected]
Plumbers
Coolum Plumbing
Peter McNamara Lic No. 8157
Servicing Coolum Since 1981
Phone 5446 2836
Maintenance Specialists
24 Hour Emergency Service
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Competitive Rates • Free Quotes
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• Broken Tiles
• Insurance Work
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• Seal & Repaint
• Valleys Cleaned & Sealed
• Resarking
• Re-Roofing
GRAEME PHILP
PH/FAX 5446 1997 MOBILE 0407 461 997
All Australian
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All aspects of Tree & Palm work.
Stump Grinding.
Qualified Arborist (25 years exp).
Fully Insured.
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Ph: Steve 0467 544 600
ABN 45 071 173 098
Tree Services
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Gardening
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/ Antenna
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Ph: 5446 4800
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general
Church Services
Coolum Christian Family Church
Sunday Services 9am & 5:30pm
Cnr. Coolum-Yandina Rd & Arcoona Rd, Coolum Beach
54 461295 An ACC church
Senior Pastors – Rod and Lynette Holt
UNITING CHURCH
Elizabeth St, Coolum
Ph 5448 1233
8:30am Sunday Worship
You are most welcome
COOLUM BEACH BAPTIST CHURCH 1912 David Low Way,
Coolum, adj RSL. Worship Services - every Sunday morning
9am, includes crèche & Sunday School, during school term.
Various missions, ministries, interest groups and friendly folk.
[email protected] 5446 1957.
SALVATION ARMY COOLUM BEACH Please contact Martin Herring
0401 628 144 or Kylie Herring 0401 053 058 for information on
service times and location..
Computers
COMPUTER REPAIRS & SERVICING
I come to you. Low rates. New & 2nd hand PC’s.
All work guaranteed. Email: [email protected]
Phone or Text Trevor 0417 800 037
Death Notice
Eric William Bruce
Passed away peacefully 18th March 2015
Loving Husband, Father, Brother,
Grandfather, Great Grandfather and Uncle
Loved by all
Driving Schools
NORTH COAST
DRIVING SCHOOL
$50/hr Ph: 5446 4995
For Sale
Automotive & Marine
2002 CAMRY
Very Good Condition,
new tyres, Air Cond,
reg , R.W.C, Gold
Colour $4,900
Ph: 0417 710 429
BOAT ALUMINIUM deep V 4.35m 2008 with extras, $6,500
Ph 0417 618 449
BUILDERS BOX TRAILER 7x4’ removable top, ladder racks,
jockey wheel, g/c $950 ono, Ph 5446 7384
CAMPER TRAILER tub fl gal, 4x4 large annex, queen bed plus,
2 vg/c $5000 Ph 0447 445 677
CAMPER TRAILER oztrail, marlin, queen bed plus 2 large
annexes, used once, ex cond, $3900 Ph 0432588622
COMMODORE VR Wagon, LPG gas, new windscreen, roof liner
& fuel pump, $1000 Ph 0467 074 472
HONDA CB 900 Hornet, 2006 July Rego, good cond, 45,000
klm, urgent sale, $3,800 ono, Ph 5446 3498
SUZUKI SWIFT 2006, rego 9mths, 138000k, RWC, manual,
history, g/c $6000 ono Ph 0418 433 517
General
ANTIQUE Silky Oak writing desk, 2 draw, pc, 65 years old
classic, $275 Ph 0438 009 433
AVIARY LARGE bird cage, 1000 cm x 1000 cm x 1450 cm h
$120 ph 0447 445 677
BABY COT Antique wrought iron const, very old collectors item,
suit restoration $35 Ph 0438 009 433
BABY SEAT BUMBO with belt, blue excellent cond, $25 Ph
0421255940
BASINETTE with stand, very g/c $30 Ph 5448 9264
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Tuning & Instruction
Satellite Kits & Installation
Best price installation guarantee!
35 Years on the Coast
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PAID AD DEADLINE: 12 noon Wednesday
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Sales - Parts - Repairs
174 Brisbane Rd, Mooloolaba
7 Days - Ph: 5478 0700
BEDHEAD QUEEN with side drawers, solid timber, excellent
furniture, $250 Ph 5448 1725
BED SINGLE divan style, with 2 large drawers under, all timber
varnished, g/c $25 Ph 0407 359 111
BED SINGLE & mattress with no stains, iron & timber, $150
Ph 0402 032 660
BED DOUBLE Sealy, with a beautiful bed head, 2 side tables,
and a chair,$1,000 Ph 5448 2081
BEDSIDE TABLES 2 pale pink goldtrim,g/c$50 Ph0414 980 319
BLINDS VENETIAN wooden look x 3, 180 cm, 210cm and
240cm wide, working and g/c $10 each Ph 0408 775 506
BOOK love signs, by Linda Goodman $5 used 1175 pages Ph
5446 5521
BOOTS LEATHER Woufo, freedom for man, brown USA size 42
brand new, $50 Ph 0407 735 464
CAR FRIDGE 12v, used once $30 ono Ph 0432588622
CD PLAYER Pioneer, 5 disc works well, $50 Ph 0408 796 606
COFFEE MAKER Sunbeam, pump espresso machine with
extras, g/c $50 Ph 0408 796 606
COMPUTER DESK study, light grey, g/c no further use, $20
Ph 0418 660 129
DESKS beautiful aged oak, with inlays in Dublin green, with
drawers, very good condition, $500 Ph 5448 2081
DISABILITY SHOWERCHAIR adjust hgt, side handles, non
slip/doubles as a chair, vg/c $45 Ph 0407 359 111
DOG BED large, $10 Ph 5448 9264
DOONA KING size, 2 pillowcases, beautiful colours, 236cm x
422cm, $35 e/c neg Ph 0419 737 461
DVD PLAYER portable, dvp-fx720 $85 Ph 0466 405 504
FRAMED KELLY LANE beach design, white holds 14 photos
mirror in centre, 1mtr x 80 cm $30 Ph 0421255940
FREE 3 lengths of roof guttering, 6 metres long, green colour
bond, Ph 0437 827 324
FRIDGE FREEZER Panasonic, 18 months old, 421 litre $500
ono, Ph 5450 6361
FISHING ROD Wilson 6144, great surf pole, pc, used once,
$65 Ph 0438 009 433
FISH TANK with filter, light, heater and accessories, 600cm x
300cm x 480c h Ph 0447 445 677
GARDEN TABLE round, white with 4 chairs, very good
condition, $120 Ph 5448 2081
GOLF BALLS-Titleist, Callaway, Nike, Srixon, Precept plus
other quality brands, 20c-$2 Ph 5446 1332
GOLF SHOES Men’s new, size 8 $35 Ph5450 6361
LAPTOP ACER with carry case, g/c $250 Ph 0408 796 606
LAWN MOWER Briggs & Stratton, with catcher, vg/c $80 Ph
0412 235 231
LAWN MOWER Rover, late model with catcher, vg/c $160 Ph
0412 235 231
LEVIS 501 w29 l32 grey, 505 w28 l32 denim straight leg, as
new tags m/f each $40 neg Ph 0419 737 461
LOUNGE 3 seater and one recliner, Maroon Velour vg/c $200
Ph 0414 980 319
MASSAGE TABLE aluminum frame, 11kg 12mths old e/c
$150 neg Ph 0422 651 545
MOTOR Briggs & Stratton, 3.5 HP motor, horizontal shaft, vg/c
$80 Ph 0412 235 231
MOUSE CAGE acrylic, easy clean with accessories, as new
$40 Ph 0402 032 660
PLASTIC SCREENS approx 2100 x 3000, $25 Ph 0466 405 504
POOL TABLE 8 x 4 slate, with all accessories, great condition,
$1200 ono Ph 5473 5605
PUNCHBOWL with 12 matching glasses, grape pattern clear,
$20 Ph 0421255940
ROCKING HORSE wooden, near new e/c $50 Ph 0422 651 545
SIDE BOARD TV cabinet, 2100 x 1200h x 450w $75 Ph 0466
405 504
STOVE Westinghouse, gas top for granny flat, brown, good
cond, used $70 neg Ph 5446 5521
SURFBOARDS variety, in good cond, Ph 0403 465 083
TABLE large wooden, g/c $20 Ph 0400 448 131
TRAIL BIKE lift, g/c $40 Ph 5448 9264
TV CABINET wooden, g/c $20 Ph 0400 448 131
WAITERS CUMBERBUN black, $4 used Ph 5446 5521
WALL-HANGER, surfboards, available to decorate Beach
House or Unit, Variety available, Ph 0403 465 083
WEDGWOOD will discount if buying 3 or more pieces,
negotiable from $10 each Ph 0419 737 461
WHEELER WALKER bright red, soft seat, storage under, hand
brake, half price, new cond, v/g $55 Ph 0407 359 111
XXXX GOLD brand new 24 can cooler/dispenser. unwanted
competition prize $80 Ph 5471 3834
Your Local TV Technician
Digital TV Antenna Installs
In-home TV Repairs
Tune-Ins and Hook-ups
Pensioner Discounts
Call in the DOCTOR!
5446 3375
0438 140 362
For all your TV Needs
call Derek on 0402 246 076 or
E: [email protected]
Sunshine Antenna Service
Email: [email protected]
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Digital TV Antenna & TV point installs
TV/Home Theatre Tuning
Flat Panel TVs Wall Mounted
Fully Qualified
PAINTER SMALL JOBS. Fences, rooms, furniture good
rates Ph Chris 0467 636 181
Noosa River Cruises
WWW.NOOSAQUEEN.COM $10 Sunset Cruise Ph 5455 6661
Local funeral homes with modern
Chapels and Crematorium.
Australian owned, Drysdale Funerals is
there to support every family.
To embrace a lifetime, we give you time.
NAMBOUR 33 National Park Rd
TEWANTIN Noosa-Cooroy Rd
MAROOCHYDORE 86 Maude St
Pets
Ph: 5446 5440
Mob: 0429 916 700
Ph: 5441 1366
Ph: 5449 9383
Ph: 5479 1055
HEATED MOBILE HYDROBATH
Locally owned & operated
Positions Vacant
Garage Sales
CLEANER required for busy resort in Coolum, approx 2 days
per week, Experience preferred Ph 5446 3888.
COOLUM 43 Yungar St. Sat from 6.00am
MT COOLUM 66 Suncoast Beach Drv, Sat 8.00am to 1.00pm
Removalists
FURNITURE REMOVALISTS
MT COOLUM 12 Marakari Cres, Sat 7am to 1pm. Deceased
Estate Must clear, lots of plants, household goods, furniture,
fridge & bric-a-brac.
PACIFIC PARADISE 30 Kowonga St, Sat from 7.00am
SUNSHINE BEACH 44 Weyba St, Sat 7am to 12noon.
Household items, toys, books & massage table.
YANDINA CREEK 76 Whistler Ridge Drv, Sat & Sun from
6.00am. Deceased Estate household full of furniture & goods,
all must go!!
Nambour - Sunshine Coast Taxi Trucks
Local - Country - Interstate
Phone Bill 5442 2001
Sand Blasting
SAND BLASTING/HIGH PRESSURE cleaning, mobile service,
tinnies, trailers, machinery, paint stripping, driveways & pool
areas. Ph Chris 0467 636 181.
SUBMIT ‘FOR SALE’
ADS ONLINE
Gardening
MOWING, weeding, general garden cleanup Ph 5446 1997
Movies
WINNERS
● Carol Watson of Coolum Beach
● Lisa Vanska of Coolum Beach
● Julia Mills of Coolum Beach
Winners must show proof of
Identification at Noosa Cinemas
to pick up your Free Double Pass
DOUBLE MOVIE
PASS COMPETITION
For your chance to win one of three Double
Passes to Noosa 5 Cinemas simply complete
your details below and post to ‘Noosa 5 Cinemas
Double Movie Pass Comp, PO Box 140, Coolum
Beach Q 4573’ or drop your entry into the
competition box at our office, located at Shop 24
Pacific on Coolum, Heathfield Road, Coolum Beach.
Entries close 4pm Tuesday, 31st March 2015.
Limit of one entry per household.
Name: …………………………………..
Address:…………………………………
………………………………………….
Phone: .............................................
Coolum Advertiser, 26th March 2015, Page 15
COOLUM BEACH BOWLS CLUB
The Local’s Club for All Ages
DON’T FORGET TO BOOK YOUR NEXT FUNCTION
IN OUR OUTDOOR BBQ AREA
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
27 March from
7:30pm
28 March from
7:00pm
Information is provided for
members, guests and
bona fide visitors.
Catch all the NRL,
Rugby Union & AFL
on Fox Sports
MEMBERSHIP DRAW
WEDNESDAY 6:30pm,
7pm & 7:30pm
If the money isn’t won, there is
a bonus draw for half the pool.
$1440
To stay in the running for our membership draw & other great promo’s, please
check your membership card for expiry date. Amount correct at time of print
BOWLS
Merlin
Shades Trio
COMING UP
Friday 03/04 Good Friday Club is CLOSED
Saturday 04/04 @ 7.00pm Richard Waterson
TRIVIA NIGHT
7.15pm Wednesday
29 April
DARTS
6.30pm
Wednesday
9.30am Ladies Championship
THUR 1.00pm Pairs
Ladies Day
Mixed Triples
1pm Mitre 10 Men’s Jackpot
FRI 5pm Pairs/Triples
Barefoot Bowls
GREEN FEES
ONLY $6
Open Pairs
SUN 9.00am
9.30am Super Challenge
Bowl & Dine
MON 5pm Mixed
Triples
TUES 1pm Open Pairs/Triples
TABLE TENNIS TEXAS HOLD EM
9.00am Wednesday
All welcome
POKER
12pm to 3pm Thursday
Registrations from 11am
Phone 5351 1300
A la carte meals at club prices
$7
Lunch 12-2pm | Dinner Sun-Thur 6-8pm | Fri-Sat 6-8:30pm
No Surcharge on Public Holidays
$7 LUNCH MONDAY TO FRIDAY
LUNCH
MONDAY TO FRIDAY
THURSDAY
FRI & SAT
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
Roast Night from $13.95
Full Menu & Blackboard Specials
Roast Night $13.95. Full menu avail.
Schnitzel Night $13.95. Full menu available.
Curries of the World $13.95, all you can eat.
Full menu available.
WEDNESDAY Fish Night from $13.95. Full menu available.
COURTESY BUS EVERYDAY FROM 4:00PM ALSO ON SATURDAY 11AM TO 3PM PHONE 0404 029 474
ELIZABETH STREET, COOLUM BEACH (Behind McDonalds)
Club Phone: 5446 1153 | Rollups Restaurant: 5351 1300
www.coolumbeachbowls.com.au
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