Meet the characters who make up the fabric of our little town.
Having emigrated from Germany in the 1970s, Dieter Luske has worn many hats – electrical engineer, naturopath, website designer, adventurer, photographer and writer. He recently wrote a memoir, It Happened in the Seventies and his latest […]
Many young people who grow up in small towns are keen to move to the bright lights of the city, but Emily Livingston has a great love for the township of Canungra and the country atmosphere of the […]
Camryn Simpson has a heart of gold and is a dedicated volunteer and fundraiser for a number of organisations. Her kindness was recognised when she received the Fred Hollows Foundation Junior Ambassador Award for showing […]
Since arriving in Canungra only 18 months ago, Julia Schafer has certainly made her mark. The passionate public speaker started Scenic Rim Toastmasters and has also continued sharing her love for sustainable living. You and […]
Paige Templeman spent her early years in Hong Kong and then faced her initial post-school years in the midst of a pandemic. Confident, funny and very honest, even without a plan you get the feeling […]
Paul Kraayvanger is one half of the team behind Canungra Hub Cafe. He and his wife, Shona, also previously owned Canungra Newsagent. Shona, said she was happy I was interviewing Paul because they were starting […]