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After magazine 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.

EUMUNDI VOICE IS A FREE FORTNIGHTLY
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Delivered fortnightly on Thursday by dedicated volunteers to letterboxes and community distribution points across Eumundi, Kenilworth, Belli Park, Eerwah Vale, North Arm, Cooroy, Pomona, Kin Kin, Yandina, Verrierdale, Doonan and Noosa.

Behind those faces you may see at the mailbox are several other teams including volunteer news gatherers, writers and proofreaders, advertising promoters, accounts and administration who give their time to support Eumundi Voice.

Our Editor and Graphic designer are professional contractors with extensive experience in magazines who donate part of their time towards its successful fortnightly publication.

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 since our August 2020 launch.

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1 hour ago
Eumundi Voice

The latest issue of Eumundi Voice is out today, and we are excited to welcome back the Australian Body Art Festival to Eumundi for the first time in nine years. The theme for this year is 'Time Travel', and our front cover features a previous stunning entry.

Also, in this issue, we have the low down on the forthcoming council elections, meet the candidate events, where to vote, and how the voting system works.

As always, this issue is packed with great local events and personalities sprinkled with a mix of history, culture, and community.

To read your copy online, click here: issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_87
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The latest issue of Eumundi Voice is out today, and we are excited to welcome back the Australian Body Art Festival to Eumundi for the first time in nine years. The theme for this year is Time Travel, and our front cover features a previous stunning entry.

Also, in this issue, we have the low down on the forthcoming council elections, meet the candidate events, where to vote, and how the voting system works.

As always, this issue is packed with great local events and personalities sprinkled with a mix of history, culture, and community.

To read your copy online, click here: https://issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_87
1 day ago
Eumundi Voice

The Australian Good Food Guide recently awarded its 2024 Chef Hats for food. Several local favourites were recognised including: Sum Yung Guys in Noosaville, Bask Restaurant in Peregian, Locale Noosa in Noosa Heads, Alba Noosa in Noosa Springs, Lanai Noosa in Noosaville, Sails Restaurant Noosa in Noosa Heads, Lucio's Marina in Tewantin, Noosa Beach House in Noosa Heads, Embassy XO in Sunshine Beach, Sumi Open Kitchen in Noosa Junction, Rickys in Noosa Heads and Noosa Waterfront Restaurant & Bar in Noosaville. There is no shortage of quality choices! ... See MoreSee Less

The Australian Good Food Guide recently awarded its 2024 Chef Hats for food. Several local favourites were recognised including: Sum Yung Guys in Noosaville, Bask Restaurant in Peregian, Locale Noosa in Noosa Heads, Alba Noosa in Noosa Springs, Lanai Noosa in Noosaville, Sails Restaurant Noosa in Noosa Heads, Lucios Marina in Tewantin, Noosa Beach House in Noosa Heads, Embassy XO in Sunshine Beach, Sumi Open Kitchen in Noosa Junction, Rickys in Noosa Heads and Noosa Waterfront Restaurant & Bar in Noosaville. There is no shortage of quality choices!

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yeah go sum yung guys !

2 days ago
Eumundi Voice

Two teachers – Mr James Ellis and Mr Adam Reid – taught 100 children of railway workers at Mt Eerwah Temporary Provisional School from November 1890 until it closed in September 1891 when the railway opened and workers left.
The State Government agreed in 1893 to establish a Provisional School in Eumundi to cater for the increasing number of children in the area whose parents were mainly in farming or wood-cutting industries.
Mr Walter Pole-Hore, a qualified teacher from ... To continue reading, please click here: issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_86/22
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Two teachers – Mr James Ellis and Mr Adam Reid – taught 100 children of railway workers at Mt Eerwah Temporary Provisional School from November 1890 until it closed in September 1891 when the railway opened and workers left. 
The State Government agreed in 1893 to establish a Provisional School in Eumundi to cater for the increasing number of children in the area whose parents were mainly in farming or wood-cutting industries. 
Mr Walter Pole-Hore, a qualified teacher from ... To continue reading, please click here: https://issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_86/22
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