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8 hours ago
Eumundi Voice

The Australian Body Art Festival returns to Eumundi for the first time in nine years on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April with the theme 'Time Travel'. The festival is run by Eumundi and District Historical Assn and supported by the Queensland Government, Sunshine Coast Council and local businesses and organisations. Eumundi Voice has sponsored one of the art prizes in their latest round of community grants.
The festival showcases unique art forms. There are competitions in full-body painting, special effects, face painting and wearable art. Specific paints are needed for the safety of models and some skill is required when using a live person as a canvas! The wearable art competition is limited only by imagination – this is creativity off the leash.
Organisers are looking for volunteers to help with all facets of the festival, from selling raffle tickets to working at the bar and helping decorate the Eumundi Amphitheatre site at 76 Memorial Dr, Eumundi. If you would like to be part of the festival register and find more information at: australianbodyart.com.au.
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The Australian Body Art Festival returns to Eumundi for the first time in nine years on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April with the theme Time Travel. The festival is run by Eumundi and District Historical Assn and supported by the Queensland Government, Sunshine Coast Council and local businesses and organisations. Eumundi Voice has sponsored one of the art prizes in their latest round of community grants.
The festival showcases unique art forms. There are competitions in full-body painting, special effects, face painting and wearable art. Specific paints are needed for the safety of models and some skill is required when using a live person as a canvas! The wearable art competition is limited only by imagination – this is creativity off the leash. 
Organisers are looking for volunteers to help with all facets of the festival, from selling raffle tickets to working at the bar and helping decorate the Eumundi Amphitheatre site at 76 Memorial Dr, Eumundi. If you would like to be part of the festival register and find more information at: australianbodyart.com.au.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
1 day 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

Eumundi Chamber of Commerce Inc Experience Eumundi Visit Sunshine Coast Visit Noosa Visit Yandina Eumundi Rotary Club Rotary Club of Cooroy Queensland
2 days 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 !

Has anyone tasted the food at the Imperial lately. I feel it has gone from bistro standard to ordinary pub grub. Well done to Sum Yung Guys and Bask.

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