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The latest lifestyle news in Noosa

From the North to the South; East to West, Edwina Cattanach discovers treasures galore for a Noosa Country Drive. Nature, food, culture, walking trails, antiques, farm gates and village life the list is endless. Make it ‘your’ day, decide which direction you want to head, work

Wish you could talk to your furry friends and learn their languages? Helen Flanagan has a bow-wow with canine communicator Joanne Burton to find out how. Joanne cannot recall the number of creatures great and small that shared her childhood. She inherited a love of

Psychotherapist Katrina Steel explores the challenges and benefits of moving from having a full mind to being mindful. Most of us are consumed in the constant stream of thoughts. Swept up in a current of worry and wondering, planning and never-ending to-do lists; almost absorbed into

Name Sam and Rene Hardt Position Owners Business Serene Blinds and Awnings How would you describe your personal style and how it translates to your business? Sam: I would say relaxed but elegant. We try to combine the elegance of the fabrics and the products while ensuring they are also liveable

Pete Goodlet discovers the quiet achievers creating a peaceful and prolific garden sanctuary – for you and your neighbours. Gardens are our sanctuary, a patch of green that gives us a buffer from the toils and foibles of the outside world. A little time spent in

Noosa is leading the charge to be Australia’s first Plastic Free community and thanks to Plastic Free Noosa and friends, it’s even easier to make the change. Deb Caruso discovers how and why it has set its sights on eliminating single-use plastic water bottles. The numbers

Travel restrictions, closed borders and the uncertainty of booking a getaway so far in advance makes a traditional holiday more and more difficult. Edwina Cattanach helps you plan your ideal staycation. Let’s face it, we live in one of the most beautiful places in Australia. An

There‛s more to a beautiful bunch of flowers than petals and leaves, as Ingrid Nelson discovers. Happiness is to hold flowers in both hands. It‛s an old Japanese proverb that florist Lyndy Larsen uses to describe her love of creating beautiful arrangements using flowers, foliage, nuts,

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