IN Noosa Magazine Autumn 2020

This season’s issue #23

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Imagine a life, where you spend your childhood between Switzerland and Spain and celebrities like Andy Warhol and Allen Jones are regular party guests at your parents’ home. This was Zoe’s life growing up with renowned British pop artist Peter Phillips as her father. These days, Zoe,

Giving kids an opportunity and a chance to excel with their education, growing confidence and ambition for children who have experienced a challenging upbringing is a rewarding experience for my next guest, Tara Bell, CEO of Noosa Chances.

With hundreds of plants, a shed full of donated equipment and countless hours of volunteer time, the gardens at Katie Rose Cottage are the gardens built by the community. They are a place for peace, reflection and a little Zen, as Jolene Ogle discovers. Like most

By looking at Noosa in all its glitz and glamour, you wouldn’t realise the tourism mecca is home to many families living in poverty. Jolene Ogle finds out how a group of volunteers are trying to change the future of our kids by giving them

Launching a business is scary, hoping it succeeds is terrifying and waiting to hear if you have won an award is down-right nerve-wracking. We did win, but so did a host of other local businesses who were once just an idea. Secure, stable work and a

John Caruso discovers the history behind our summer ’19 cover and the bold, colourful images often displayed as nose-art on many bombers in the second world war. It’s 1943 and the B-25 Mitchell bomber is flying sorties over the South Pacific against the Japanese. Cheekily displayed

They say a stitch in time saves nine, but for the Eumundi community, their stitches will help save the lives of local wildlife burned in the recent fires. For two weeks, sewers and volunteers from Eumundi have gathered at the PlayShed to sew and knit mittens

Providing care and support for a loved one with a terminal illness is not something that most of us think about often. The ‘circle of life’ means we’ll all have to consider the options at some stage and if the cold, clinical, institutional operation of

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