The Buderim Foundation’s Community Street By Street Challenge continues to go from strength to strength, with residents eager to help the Foundation get closer to its $500,000 target.
Buderim couple Genevieve and Paul Loxley have put a new spin on an old favourite with their gourmet range of fairy floss.
Buderim Ginger in Yandina today paid homage to two of its former long-standing employees.
The suspense will soon be over for applicants of the 2012 Grants Program, as the Buderim Foundation prepares to announce the successful candidates at their Good News Night on Friday, 7 September.
As bushland dries out during the winter months it creates a lot of potential fuel for bushfires so its important that council undertakes these controlled burns in areas most at risk to reduce the volume of forest fuels.
Hundreds of Sunshine Coast residents are expected to gather together this Sunday, 5 August to raise funds for cancer support on the Coast at the annual Bloomhill Cancer Help Support Walk.
Sunshine Coast Council invites the community to take a colourful walk through history when WALK Buderim is unveiled this Friday 3 August 2012.
Now in its 31st year, Fruehlingsfest Spring Festival offers fun for all the family with rides, sideshow alley, market stalls, a fashion parade, auction and international food festival. A highlight for 2012 is this year’s entertainment line-up which features Immanuel Old Scholar Kelsie Rimmer (Class of 2009), fresh from her success on Channel 9’s The Voice.
The mission to bring back the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly to the coast has begun! With the help of Maroochy Waterwatch with support from the Buderim Foundation, you can be part of this important program.
Set your day off to a great start at the Buderim Foundation’s breakfast fundraiser on Tuesday, 31 July with celebrity speaker and special guest, Kurek Ashley.