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Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer Ben Connolly

Maleny Wedding Festival Trail 2022 - Winter

Sunday 31st July, 2022

Hinterland Tourism Sunshine Coast is bringing the 2022 Maleny Wedding Festival Trail to life on Sunday 31 July 2022 from 10am to 3pm. We have some amazing and unique Wedding Venues ready to welcome you and showcase their stunning venues along with a variety of fabulous Hinterland Wedding Suppliers.  We welcome couples, friends and families…

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Maleny Wedding Festival Trail 2023 - Summer

14-15 January 2023

Unlike any other Wedding Expo, the Hinterland Wedding Summer Showcase opens the doors to some of the best wedding venues the Sunshine Coast Hinterland region has to offer. Here you will also find celebrants, wedding planners, entertainers, makeup artists, photographers, cake decorators, venue decorators and all the suppliers of the exquisite extras that create cherished…

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Tracey Beard Photography

Natures Wedding Chapel - Open for Inspection

Are you a nature lover looking for the perfect wedding venue? Are majestic ancient mountains, lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, crisp fresh air, bountiful local produce, and breathtaking scenery on your wedding wish list? Held on two weekends at different Hinterland Wedding venues on January 14th-15th and 31st July, start 2022 with a vow to attend…

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Behind the concept of ‘From Paddock to Plate’

In putting pen to paper on the subject of “from Paddock to Plate” I have to confess that like Me Too, crowd funding, toxic masculinity, search engine optimisation, butler’s pantries and pelvic floors, I had only the vaguest idea of the concept behind the name of what “from Paddock to Plate” really means. We live…

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Strangler Cairn Kenilworth

Kenilworth’s ever-changing Strangler Cairn

Strangler Cairn The first word to come out of my mouth when I first laid eyes on the Strangler Cairn in Conondale National Park, quite honestly, was “wow”. I had trudged for around one hour, along rainforest tracks that were somewhat poorly maintained and lacking in signage – even getting lost at one stage -…

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Mary Cairncross xylophone creates summer frog symphony

An ingenious new xylophone that utilises the sounds of the various frogs found at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, allowing visitors to play their own “summer frog symphony” has been opened at the reserve’s Discovery Centre. When played like an everyday xylophone – or Gaya-Phone in honour of the traditional local Jinibara word for frog –…

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Maleny Golf Club

Maleny’s Golf Course follows low impact Scottish lead

AFTER 20 years of planning, consultation and construction employing volunteer labour and nous, Maleny’s 18-hole golf course is now open, offering a unique links-style playing experience inspired by a much lauded Scottish design. President Jeff Kruse said Maleny Golf Club’s Par 68 layout had, for both economic and ecological reasons, drawn inspiration from the award-winning…

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Markets in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Have you wondered where and when markets in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland are happening. Here is all you need to know. Blackall Range Growers Markets The Blackall Range Growers markets features a whole range of locally grown produce, including fruit and vegetables, honey, and more. The markets are held in the grounds of the Old…

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