Yandina Street Fair 19 August 2018

Yandina Street Fair 2018

Yandina Street Fair – fun for the whole family.  Free entry 🙂

‘Harmonious Communities’

41st YANDINA STREET FAIR
Sunday 19th August 2018, 11am – 7pm

Program

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 1

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 1. Click image to view Program page 1.

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 2

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 2. Click image to view Program page 2.

Site Plan

Yandina Street Fair 2018 site map

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Main Stage free entertainment

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Community Stage free entertainment

Sunshine Coast Plein Air Paint Out

The ‘Sunshine Coast Plein Air Paint Out’ Exhibition will be open on Sunday 19th August during the Yandina Street Fair, at YB Connections corner of Low & Farrell Streets.

All day entertainment, Main Stage, Community Stage, Market Stalls, Food, Street Performers, Carnival Amusements, Rides, Gubbi Gubbi Story Telling, Petting Zoo, No Sound Playground, Community Gardens, Art Exhibition, Local Talent, Bearded Betty, Lippia, Ironstone, The Claptomaniacs, All Stars Show Band, Good Will Remedy,  Belly Dance SC, Remembering Phil Emmanuel with the Phil Emmanuel Band, Coruno Laser Show with Dancing and Entertainers.

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Major Sponsors and Supporters

Proudly Supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program.

 

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Yandina town meeting July 2017

Yandina Town Meeting to discus future improvements in Yandina

YANDINA PUBLIC FORUM

Date: Wednesday 26th July 2017.
At: Yandina Baptist Church, Corner Low and Railway Streets, Yandina.
Time: 7pm sharp!

Cr Rogerson would like to invite interested residents and Yandina business owners and operators to attend a Public Community Forum to discuss traffic calming, pedestrian safety and street beautification for the Yandina CBD.

Council has draft plans and designs, including the ‘one waging’ of Stevens Street, for Community discussion and debate.


 

From the Yandina Chamber of Commerce:

We have money allocated to Yandina to do some major improvements. We have the opportunity to discuss what we would like to see brought about in our town. As yet there are no decisions made and none will be made on the night.

Please think and chat about what would be good for our town. How could we make a great town greater?

The plans below have been drawn up by council for our input and discussion.

Yandina town meeting July 2017

Gatehouse Cottage, on Wharf St at Yandina, dates back to about 1891.

Renovation or relocation for Gatehouse Cottage?

A cottage believed to be the Coast’s second oldest building will stand at least a little longer after councillors agreed to investigate renovation and relocation options.

Gatehouse Cottage, on Wharf St at Yandina, dates back to about 1891.

Its future on that site is limited, due to property owner Melinda Jones’ desire to build a duplex where the cottage currently stands.

She has gifted the cottage to Sunshine Coast Council if they can organise for its removal.

The cottage could be demolished with the approval of a private certifier because it is not on any heritage registers.

Options to retain the cottage were investigated by council officers during the past month.

They came back with the possibility of leaving the building where it stood and exploring other development options with Ms Jones, moving it to a neighbouring road reserve or taking it to Tea Tree Park in Yandina to stand near Yandina Historic House.

A council officer confirmed the building was of historical significance and it was likely a submission would be made to have it added to the council’s heritage register.

It will require some structural work such as door widening before it can be opened for public use.

Cr Greg Rogerson said during Thursday’s council meeting that the Yandina and District Historical Association and the Sunshine Coast Beekeepers groups were interested in using the building if it was moved to Tea Tree Park.

He said about $50,000 was a realistic cost of moving the building, re-stumping it and doing the plumbing and electrical work required for it to be ready for use.

Cr Ted Hungerford didn’t support the motion for more investigation, based on the condition of the building.

“I believe the cost of this, I just cannot justify,” Cr Hungerford said.

Cr Jenny McKay asked what price could be put on history.

She said a dollar value could not be put on it and urged other councillors to give the cottage a second chance.

Councillors did not define a time limit for when they expected the more-detailed report to be completed but noted Ms Jones was keen to get her building works under way and sought a decision urgently.

 

[Reprinted from Sunshine Coast Daily ‘Historic cottage defies demolition, for now’
https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/historic-cottage-defies-demolition-for-now/3190490/]