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Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio was recently voted the No.1 Business in the Sunshine Coast Daily’s Facebook Town Proud Competition for the Beerwah and Glasshouse region . In Kellys’ own words she said “When I was mentioned by a few clients , I thought it was a bit of fun to be nominated.  Through […]

Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

Scotts’ ability to diagnose and repair almost anything mechanical, has won him a loyal following of regular customers, from Beerwah and the surrounding region. It’s both a tribute to Scott, and also common knowledge amongst the trade, that if you have a ‘tricky and complex‘ mechanical or air conditioning problem, then Scott’s probably the man mostly […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kaz Thomas from Soulqi Acupuncture and Massage

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kaz Thomas from Soulqi Acupuncture and Massage

Kaz Thomas has devoted the past 5 years of training in a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture(Chinese) whilst concurrently training under a Japanese Acupuncturist (3 year mentorship) & attending Matsumoto training ,which is a very different style of acupuncture, and she is also trained in Dorn therapy.  Kaz is very passionate about healing and helping […]

Meet the Local: Damian Collins living an Adventure Unearthed

Meet the Local: Damian Collins living an Adventure Unearthed

Occasionally opportunity comes along which when it does you know that you simply can’t afford to let it pass without giving it a fair go. Damian Collins is one of those people to whom fantastic opportunities come more often than others. Having recently returned from Kona, Hawaii from the Ironman World Championships where he placed […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Ruth from Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy

Meet the Shopkeeper: Ruth from Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy

Ruth and her team at Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy are passionate about helping people in the Mooloolah community and offer a range of individual services, she is friendly and her team are fantastic. Mooloolah Vally Pharmacy moved into their new building 12months ago, conveniently located between the bakery and the hardware store, alongside IGA in Mooloolah. Ruth […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Craig Denson from Eureka Bakehouse in Mooloolah Valley

Meet the Shopkeeper: Craig Denson from Eureka Bakehouse in Mooloolah Valley

Graig is often complemented by shoppers about the quality of his bread which is handmade, “the old fashion way like I was taught many years ago”. Eureka Bakehouse has been based in Mooloolah for the past 14 years and is managed by Graig Denson who has been a baker and pastry cook for the past […]

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Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio was recently voted the No.1 Business in the Sunshine Coast Daily’s Facebook Town Proud Competition for the Beerwah and Glasshouse region . In Kellys’ own words she said “When I was mentioned by a few clients , I thought it was a bit of fun to be nominated.  Through […]

Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

Scotts’ ability to diagnose and repair almost anything mechanical, has won him a loyal following of regular customers, from Beerwah and the surrounding region. It’s both a tribute to Scott, and also common knowledge amongst the trade, that if you have a ‘tricky and complex‘ mechanical or air conditioning problem, then Scott’s probably the man mostly […]

Maximise Health and Fitness: The Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle

Maximise Health and Fitness: The Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle

Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle We are always told “It is important to live a healthy lifestyle”. But for some of us, it’s difficult to understand what a “healthy lifestyle” is.  Is it exercise? Is it eating properly? Is it getting enough sleep? Is it a positive attitude? Is it surrounding yourself with people and […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Ruth from Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy

Meet the Shopkeeper: Ruth from Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy

Ruth and her team at Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy are passionate about helping people in the Mooloolah community and offer a range of individual services, she is friendly and her team are fantastic. Mooloolah Vally Pharmacy moved into their new building 12months ago, conveniently located between the bakery and the hardware store, alongside IGA in Mooloolah. Ruth […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Craig Denson from Eureka Bakehouse in Mooloolah Valley

Meet the Shopkeeper: Craig Denson from Eureka Bakehouse in Mooloolah Valley

Graig is often complemented by shoppers about the quality of his bread which is handmade, “the old fashion way like I was taught many years ago”. Eureka Bakehouse has been based in Mooloolah for the past 14 years and is managed by Graig Denson who has been a baker and pastry cook for the past […]

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014 A Portrait of Simpson Street on a early overcast Saturday morning in November 2014,  –  We’ve had a little time after the completion of the Street Upgrade and I felt it might be nice to capture this moment in time.  I have called […]

News

If Disaster Strikes: www.disaster.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

It’s now easier for Sunshine Coast residents and visitors to prepare for severe weather events and other disasters – and stay up-to-date with important information when events occur. Sunshine Coast Council today launched its new Disaster Hub which has weather warnings, road closures and evacuation centres on one easy-to-use site. It also links to airport […]

Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast  11 and 12 December 2014

Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast 11 and 12 December 2014

Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast: The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for South East Queensland with damaging winds and heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding. Large hailstones are also very likely. Sunshine Coast Local Disaster Management Coordinator Andrew Ryan said the bureau had warned severe thunderstorms had been […]

Caloundra Regional Gallery: December 2014 and January 2015

What is happening at the Caloundra Regional Gallery during December 2014 and January 2015 Festival of Small Halls Concert Wednesday, December 17, doors open 7pm for a 7.20pm start The Festival of Small Halls tour returns to the Gallery with Australian folk act the Mae Trio and Canadian artist Del Barber for an exquisite musical […]

Caring for your Pets during the Summer Storms

Caring for your Pets during the Summer Storms

If you have a pet that is fearful of loud noises consider making them a safe place, upstairs with you or a safe dark space outside. In their panic, pets can often somehow manage to escape properties you think impenetrable. If they experience true distress, consider consulting your vet for options to help keep them […]

Come join the crew who helped plan and organise the Beerwah Celebration

Come join the crew who helped plan and organise the Beerwah Celebration

You are invited to join the crew who helped plan and organise the Beerwah Celebration. Almost everyone consulted agrees that was an awesome event  which ought be repeated next year, so if you would like to be a part of the celebration come and join us and help make the event  better and bigger. Come […]

Meet the Local: Damian Collins living an Adventure Unearthed

Meet the Local: Damian Collins living an Adventure Unearthed

Occasionally opportunity comes along which when it does you know that you simply can’t afford to let it pass without giving it a fair go. Damian Collins is one of those people to whom fantastic opportunities come more often than others. Having recently returned from Kona, Hawaii from the Ironman World Championships where he placed […]

Articles

Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

Celebrating the lovely people who give us pleasure by decorating their homes and gardens with Christmas lights. Each year for as long as I have lived in Beerwah many of the homes in the Glasshouse Country get lit up with a stunning display  of Christmas lights and outdoor decorations.  This year I thought we might celebrate with them […]

Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

Sadly Smileys Jewellers is Closing Down,  we can help them by supporting their 40% off sale. Here is the message from Tanya:  It’s been well over a decade, in Beerwah Market Place. With heavy hearts we announce the closure of Smiley’s Jewellers in late January 2015. It has been a WONDERFUL part of my life, […]

A Peachester Tradition: Peachester History Committee Christmas Barbecue

A Peachester Tradition: Peachester History Committee Christmas Barbecue

A Peachester tradition: Christmas barbecue at the hall. Come along and help celebrate the festive season with us. Peachester Community Christmas Barbecue Peachester Hall Sunday 21st Dec 2014 – from 6:30pm Tickets Adult $12, Children $6 An annual get-together to share the Christmas spirit   Related posts: Christmas carols at Kings Beach on Sunday 22nd December […]

SHOUT OUT THURSDAY: 18th December 2014

SHOUT OUT THURSDAY: This is where you get to plug in your business, or tell us all about an outstanding local Person or Business or Club! How it Works is that we collect all the “shout out” links, and write ups and then publish them here on http://www.glasshousecountry.com where they keep accumulating visits and positive […]

Mistys First Possum Encounter

Mistys First Possum Encounter

My wildlife journey on the Sunshine Coast began in June 2013, when I joined Wildlife Volunteers Assoc Inc (WILVOS) along with my husband and two children. My driving force was my undeniable passion for marsupials, which in my opinion far outweighs my husbands obsession with snakes & reptiles… However our partnership continually shows in our […]

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio was recently voted the No.1 Business in the Sunshine Coast Daily’s Facebook Town Proud Competition for the Beerwah and Glasshouse region . In Kellys’ own words she said “When I was mentioned by a few clients , I thought it was a bit of fun to be nominated.  Through […]

Photos and Video

Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

Celebrating the lovely people who give us pleasure by decorating their homes and gardens with Christmas lights. Each year for as long as I have lived in Beerwah many of the homes in the Glasshouse Country get lit up with a stunning display  of Christmas lights and outdoor decorations.  This year I thought we might celebrate with them […]

Photos of Frohloff Fruit Barn in October 2012

Photos of Frohloff Fruit Barn in October 2012

These are Photos are of  Frohloff Fruit Barn aka ‘Frohloffs’ taken in October 2012. For those who don’t know Frohloff Fruit Barn have been offering good value fruit and vegetables to local residents for many years. Much of the Fruit and Veg is grown right here in Beerwah on the farm alongside and behind Frohloff’s Fruit Barn. […]

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014

A Portrait of Simpson Street in Beerwah on Saturday 8th November 2014 A Portrait of Simpson Street on a early overcast Saturday morning in November 2014,  –  We’ve had a little time after the completion of the Street Upgrade and I felt it might be nice to capture this moment in time.  I have called […]

All 200 Beerwah Street Party and Celebration Photos 2014

All 200 Beerwah Street Party and Celebration Photos 2014

This is a very large and complete collection of about 200 photos of the Beerwah Street Party and Celebrations which was a resounding success with an estimated 5000 – 7000 visitors on the night. The Street Celebrations and ‘Street Party’ on Friday 17th October launched the opening for the Glasshouse Country Festival. These Photos were taken […]

Celebrating the Opening of the Hinterland Boxing Club in Beerwah on the 6th October 2012

Celebrating the Opening of the Hinterland Boxing Club in Beerwah on the 6th October 2012

Hinterland Boxing Club was established by Stephen & Deanne Pitt in June 2012 and club numbers and clients have grown steadily ever since the Hinterland Boxing Club celebrated the opening of their new premises in Beerwah on the 6th October 2012. These are some of the Opening Celebration photographs which I took on the day. […]

Beerwah Street Party Photos

Beerwah Street Party Photos

Photos of  “The Beerwah Street Party” which was an acclaimed success, with many locals and shopkeepers suggesting that we make this a more regular event. If you would like to share photos of your own with us on this website please email them to roland@glasshousecountry.com and I will add them to this  collection.  Please comment below […]

Events

Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

Sadly Smileys Jewellers is Closing Down,  we can help them by supporting their 40% off sale. Here is the message from Tanya:  It’s been well over a decade, in Beerwah Market Place. With heavy hearts we announce the closure of Smiley’s Jewellers in late January 2015. It has been a WONDERFUL part of my life, […]

Fatherhood Success Seminar: Seven Secrets to Success – 25 November 6pm – 9pm

Fatherhood Success Seminar: Seven Secrets to Success – 25 November 6pm – 9pm

Hey Man,In case you have not seen the ads or heard elsewhere, we are holding our 7 secrets to success dad’s night tonight at the Glasshouse RSL sub-branch from 6 PM. You get dinner, a book and a great teaching from Warwick Marsh from Sydney flying up today to be with us. Cost $25. hope […]

Meet a Local: Janelle Hooper – Artist and Athlete and Entrepreneur

Meet a Local: Janelle Hooper – Artist and Athlete and Entrepreneur

Meet Janelle a local from Beerwah who thrives not only on life but on a wide range of outdoor activities including triathlons, duathlons, trail bike riding and running. Janelle is also actively engaged in a range of other entrepreneurial activities including photography and face painting. As mother to 5 grown children, her secret seems to be ‘experiencing life‘, […]

Music on the Sunshine Coast

Music on the Sunshine Coast

Music on the Sunshine Coast This article is about Music on the Sunshine Coast so if you’re a MUSO or if you are interested in promoting Music on the Sunshine Coast then you should definitely read and share this article with other MUSO’s and Artist on the Coast.  Please add to the Comments at the […]

Free Pet Microchipping in Buderim on Sunday 2nd November 2014

Free Pet Microchipping in Buderim on Sunday 2nd November 2014

Free Pet Microchipping in Buderim on Sunday 2nd November 2014 –  A fun-filled pet and people friendly event with free microchipping and Don’t forget to bring your four-legged friends along to the community launch of Sunshine Coast Council’s Domestic Animal Strategy 2014–2020 this Sunday, from 7.30 – 11.30am, at Elizabeth Daniels Park on Syd Lingard Dr, […]

Starting a Beerwah Residents and Ratepayers Association

Starting a Beerwah Residents and Ratepayers Association

Residents and Ratepayers Association Starting a Ratepayers Association: It’s unfortunate that residents and local business operators in Beerwah, Landsborough and Glasshouse who want to have a say about issues affecting their local area, such as traffic and transport, parks, facilities, services and other local developments, do not have a wide range of community groups available to join. […]

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Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

Glasshouse Country Christmas Lights 2014

| December 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Celebrating the lovely people who give us pleasure by decorating their homes and gardens with Christmas lights. Each year for as long as I have lived in Beerwah many of the homes in the Glasshouse Country get lit up with a stunning display  of Christmas lights and outdoor decorations.  This year I thought we might celebrate with them […]

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Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

Smileys Jewellers Closing Down Sale

| December 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sadly Smileys Jewellers is Closing Down,  we can help them by supporting their 40% off sale. Here is the message from Tanya:  It’s been well over a decade, in Beerwah Market Place. With heavy hearts we announce the closure of Smiley’s Jewellers in late January 2015. It has been a WONDERFUL part of my life, […]

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A Peachester Tradition: Peachester History Committee Christmas Barbecue

A Peachester Tradition: Peachester History Committee Christmas Barbecue

| December 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Peachester tradition: Christmas barbecue at the hall. Come along and help celebrate the festive season with us. Peachester Community Christmas Barbecue Peachester Hall Sunday 21st Dec 2014 – from 6:30pm Tickets Adult $12, Children $6 An annual get-together to share the Christmas spirit   Related posts: Christmas carols at Kings Beach on Sunday 22nd December […]

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SHOUT OUT THURSDAY: 18th December 2014

| December 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

SHOUT OUT THURSDAY: This is where you get to plug in your business, or tell us all about an outstanding local Person or Business or Club! How it Works is that we collect all the “shout out” links, and write ups and then publish them here on http://www.glasshousecountry.com where they keep accumulating visits and positive […]

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Mistys First Possum Encounter

Mistys First Possum Encounter

| December 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

My wildlife journey on the Sunshine Coast began in June 2013, when I joined Wildlife Volunteers Assoc Inc (WILVOS) along with my husband and two children. My driving force was my undeniable passion for marsupials, which in my opinion far outweighs my husbands obsession with snakes & reptiles… However our partnership continually shows in our […]

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Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

Meet the Shopkeeper: Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio

| December 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kelly Wall from Jessbow Beauty Studio was recently voted the No.1 Business in the Sunshine Coast Daily’s Facebook Town Proud Competition for the Beerwah and Glasshouse region . In Kellys’ own words she said “When I was mentioned by a few clients , I thought it was a bit of fun to be nominated.  Through […]

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If Disaster Strikes: www.disaster.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

| December 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s now easier for Sunshine Coast residents and visitors to prepare for severe weather events and other disasters – and stay up-to-date with important information when events occur. Sunshine Coast Council today launched its new Disaster Hub which has weather warnings, road closures and evacuation centres on one easy-to-use site. It also links to airport […]

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Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast  11 and 12 December 2014

Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast 11 and 12 December 2014

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Severe thunderstorm warning for Sunshine Coast: The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for South East Queensland with damaging winds and heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding. Large hailstones are also very likely. Sunshine Coast Local Disaster Management Coordinator Andrew Ryan said the bureau had warned severe thunderstorms had been […]

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This Holiday: Encourage your Kids to Learn and Play Music

This Holiday: Encourage your Kids to Learn and Play Music

| December 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Music is the ‘lingo franco’ of the world, and like prayer they are a part of our mental and physical anatomy which we can’t easily explain or even understand how they work. Thankfully we can all just get on with these activities regardless of what other people think or feel about them. Here is a […]

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Caloundra Regional Gallery: December 2014 and January 2015

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

What is happening at the Caloundra Regional Gallery during December 2014 and January 2015 Festival of Small Halls Concert Wednesday, December 17, doors open 7pm for a 7.20pm start The Festival of Small Halls tour returns to the Gallery with Australian folk act the Mae Trio and Canadian artist Del Barber for an exquisite musical […]

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Festival of Small Halls Concert in Beerwah

Festival of Small Halls Concert in Beerwah

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Glasshouse Musos is presenting a concert which will feature the folk sensation – Melbourne-based Mae Trio, and Canadian singer-songwriter Del Barber, along with a mystery third act. And as a special offer for Glasshousecountry.com readers: One free ticket will be offered to the first two people who contact Glasshouse Musos with the name of the […]

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Twilight Markets return to Bulcock Beach Broadwalk

Twilight Markets return to Bulcock Beach Broadwalk

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Friday nights are about to take off in a big way with the Twilight Markets in Caloundra kicking off on the 5 December from 4pm to 9pm when for eight consecutive Friday nights (finishing on 23 January) more than 100 stallholders will present a fantastic and fun range of street food, gourmet sweets, fashion and […]

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Caring for your Pets during the Summer Storms

Caring for your Pets during the Summer Storms

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you have a pet that is fearful of loud noises consider making them a safe place, upstairs with you or a safe dark space outside. In their panic, pets can often somehow manage to escape properties you think impenetrable. If they experience true distress, consider consulting your vet for options to help keep them […]

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Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

Meet the Trade: Scott Mountain from Mountain Auto Electrics in Beerwah

| November 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Scotts’ ability to diagnose and repair almost anything mechanical, has won him a loyal following of regular customers, from Beerwah and the surrounding region. It’s both a tribute to Scott, and also common knowledge amongst the trade, that if you have a ‘tricky and complex‘ mechanical or air conditioning problem, then Scott’s probably the man mostly […]

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