This would have to be one of my favourite articles this year. Such humble beginnings for what promises to be a blossoming business, for all the right reasons.
Fancy yourself as a bit of a super sleuth? Then here’s a challenge for you! Just how many of Matty G’s clever sculptures can you find on campus?
Looking for a reason to put your toes across the border into NSW? Before State of Origin fever grips the two states, head down to Brunswick Heads to meet the makers and snap up some unique bargains!
This is a fabulous service, helping the homeless community in Brisbane and further afield. Today saw the boys in the bright orange van doing 140kg of washing in Yeppoon for Central Queensland residents affected by tropical cyclone Marcia. Good to see community spirit is alive and well!
Now that the whirlwind of Christmas and New Year’s Eve is over, how about taking some time to chill out and just breathe? A 45 minute drive could find you sitting under the shade of the weeping fig trees on the verandah of the historic Crown Hotel in Dayboro. These beautiful fig trees were planted in 1923 by the then publican’s wife, Mrs Herbert, to provide shade for horses tied to the hitching rails of the pub. What a bonus that 92 years later, we humans are enjoying the shade from these magnificent old trees!
Take a stroll along the waterfront at Teneriffe and say gidday to Gloria – dare you to leave without a smile on your dial!
What a great little shopping precinct! This event is a great excuse to check it out and you’d be crazy not to grab a bite to eat at one of the cafés or restaurants while you’re there.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas …..
Come along to this exhibit and appreciate the blend of artistic talent and nature’s bounty ….
The Jacaranda’s blooming, the scarecrows are keeping watch and there’s food in that there garden!