Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Produced by not-for-profit Eumundi Rotary Initiatives Ltd (ERIL)

Eumundi Voice Issue 91
Thursday 18 April 2024

Eumundi Voice Issue 90

Thursday 4 April 2024

Eumundi Voice is a free fortnightly 32-36 page colour magazine with 5,000 copies published and delivered to letterboxes and community distribution points across Eumundi and surrounds.

After production costs, 100% of funds raised from advertising in Eumundi Voice are given back as donations to individuals and not-for-profit groups within our community to support worthwhile projects and activities.

The magazine acts as “the voice of Eumundi and surrounds” and is a true community publication offering local news, what’s on, recent events, new in town, Councillors and Police reports, Eumundi Rotary Club updates, environment, youth, sport, heritage, travel and the list goes on.

There is something for every reader and we thank our contributors and advertisers for their continuing support.

A dedicated team of volunteers deliver the magazine every second Thursday in Eumundi, Kenilworth, Belli Park, Eerwah Vale, North Arm, Cooroy, Yandina, Verrierdale, Doonan, Pomona, Kin Kin and Noosa.

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The new owners of The Imperial Hotel, the Comiskey Group, have announced their plans for the proposed internal renovations of the hotel.
In October 2023, The Imperial Hotel and its on-site accommodation, previously named HOLA, were purchased by the Comiskey Group. Since then, HOLA has been rebranded as The Imperial Hotel Boutique Accommodation.

Design plans and stage one of the renovation is already underway. During the initial stage, the front bar, gaming room and TAB will undergo a transformation, with an estimated duration of four months from start to finish.

Director David Comiskey said, “We believe its going to breathe vitality and vibrance into the space, while honouring the hotel’s storied past.”

Once complete, stage two will commence with a major refurbishment of the beer garden, bar, toilets, restaurant, kitchen area and kids’ games room. The Comiskey Group state that the new kids’ room will be “one of the largest on the Sunshine Coast” and have some unexpected features, guaranteed to excite.

The Comiskey Group believe the Imperial Hotel will be a place locals and visitors of all ages can enjoy. True to the group’s usual approach, providing a family-oriented environment remains a key priority in both their strategic planning and daily operations.

The hotel was first established in 1911 and has become a long-standing and cherished community landmark.

“From the very start, the brief remained the same; we wanted to celebrate the history of the pub. The Imperial Hotel is over 100 years old; it has changed owners throughout the years, it burnt down in 1926 and has been reimagined numerous times. But one thing has remained the same – it’s been a local favourite watering hole. As the new custodians of this incredible property, we want to keep it that way” says Director, Rob Comiskey.

The Comiskey Group will pay homage to the hotel’s rich history through nostalgic design elements reminiscent of an ‘old school’ pub; with plans to memorialise the hotel’s colourful history, decorating walls with framed pictures of it’s past.
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The new owners of The Imperial Hotel, the Comiskey Group, have announced their plans for the proposed internal renovations of the hotel.
In October 2023, The Imperial Hotel and its on-site accommodation, previously named HOLA, were purchased by the Comiskey Group. Since then, HOLA has been rebranded as The Imperial Hotel Boutique Accommodation.

Design plans and stage one of the renovation is already underway. During the initial stage, the front bar, gaming room and TAB will undergo a transformation, with an estimated duration of four months from start to finish.

Director David Comiskey said, “We believe its going to breathe vitality and vibrance into the space, while honouring the hotel’s storied past.”

Once complete, stage two will commence with a major refurbishment of the beer garden, bar, toilets, restaurant, kitchen area and kids’ games room. The Comiskey Group state that the new kids’ room will be “one of the largest on the Sunshine Coast” and have some unexpected features, guaranteed to excite.

The Comiskey Group believe the Imperial Hotel will be a place locals and visitors of all ages can enjoy. True to the group’s usual approach, providing a family-oriented environment remains a key priority in both their strategic planning and daily operations.

The hotel was first established in 1911 and has become a long-standing and cherished community landmark.

“From the very start, the brief remained the same; we wanted to celebrate the history of the pub. The Imperial Hotel is over 100 years old; it has changed owners throughout the years, it burnt down in 1926 and has been reimagined numerous times. But one thing has remained the same – it’s been a local favourite watering hole. As the new custodians of this incredible property, we want to keep it that way” says Director, Rob Comiskey.

The Comiskey Group will pay homage to the hotel’s rich history through nostalgic design elements reminiscent of an ‘old school’ pub; with plans to memorialise the hotel’s colourful history, decorating walls with framed pictures of it’s past.

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For more detail on the proposed renovations. View the following video.

Same Matso owners??

What are they thinking that looks terrible

14 hours ago

Anzac Day services
◼️ Eumundi’s Anzac Day commemoration service will be held in the Amphitheatre from 8-9.30am. Those wishing to march and follow the pipe band are invited to gather at the assembly point at 7.30am under the Original Eumundi Markets welcome sign, cnr Napier Rd and Lonergan Lne. The Rotary Club of Eumundi will offer a BBQ breakfast from 8-10.30am.
◼️ In Cooroy a dawn service begins at the Cooroy Cenotaph from 4.45am with a Gunfire Breakfast served at the RSL Club from 6am for $5pp. The main march and parade will be in the main street with participants forming-up at 10am, stepping-off at 10.30am and ending with a short memorial service outside Memorial Hall. Two-up games begin at 1.30pm in the Cooroy Memorial Hall.
◼️ A dawn service at the Tewantin Cenotaph begins at 5.30am followed by a cemetery service at 6.30am. The main parade and commemoration service will be held at 9.30am with a Gunfire Breakfast at Tewantin-Noosa RSL from 6.15am. Enjoy two-up at Tewantin-Noosa RSL from 10.30am and the Royal Mail Hotel in Tewantin from 11am- 3pm. Veterans and their families are invited to a commemorative lunch at the Royal Mail Hotel from 11.30am-2.30pm.
◼️ The Verrierdale Community Group will host an Anzac Day dawn service commencing at 5.30am at Verrierdale Hall, 460 Verrierdale Rd followed by a Gunfire Breakfast. Yandina will hold its service at the Yandina Cenotaph, cnr Stevens St and Farrell St at 11am with the march forming-up at 10.45am. At North Arm, Terella Brewing is holding an afternoon of two-up and lawn games with food trucks and live music.
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Anzac Day services
◼️  Eumundi’s Anzac Day commemoration service will be held in the Amphitheatre from 8-9.30am. Those wishing to march and follow the pipe band are invited to gather at the assembly point at 7.30am under the Original Eumundi Markets welcome sign, cnr Napier Rd and Lonergan Lne. The Rotary Club of Eumundi will offer a BBQ breakfast from 8-10.30am.
◼️  In Cooroy a dawn service begins at the Cooroy Cenotaph from 4.45am with a Gunfire Breakfast served at the RSL Club from 6am for $5pp. The main march and parade will be in the main street with participants forming-up at 10am, stepping-off at 10.30am and ending with a short memorial service outside Memorial Hall. Two-up games begin at 1.30pm in the Cooroy Memorial Hall. 
◼️  A dawn service at the Tewantin Cenotaph begins at 5.30am followed by a cemetery service at 6.30am. The main parade and commemoration service will be held at 9.30am with a Gunfire Breakfast at Tewantin-Noosa RSL from 6.15am. Enjoy two-up at Tewantin-Noosa RSL from 10.30am and the Royal Mail Hotel in Tewantin from 11am- 3pm. Veterans and their families are invited to a commemorative lunch at the Royal Mail Hotel from 11.30am-2.30pm.
◼️  The Verrierdale Community Group will host an Anzac Day dawn service commencing at 5.30am at Verrierdale Hall, 460 Verrierdale Rd followed by a Gunfire Breakfast. Yandina will hold its service at the Yandina Cenotaph, cnr Stevens St and Farrell St at 11am with the march forming-up at 10.45am. At North Arm, Terella Brewing is holding an afternoon of two-up and lawn games with food trucks and live music.

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