“It’s like a big nest.”

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Eleven year old Opia Hamilton-Delmas talks to her mother, Anne Delmas, about why she loves living in the hinterland town of Maleny.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“How do you tax people for Bunyas?”

Justine and Richard

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Justine and Richard Newport reminisce about what it was like living in and around Maleny in the 1980s.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“It was silent and I just wept.”

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Gillian Pechey and Amanda Wilson from Frog Hollows talk about trying to stop the building of Baroon Pocket Dam and how one day their beloved river stopped running.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

 

“We seem to work best in the heartfelt realms of the soul.”

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The Sweet Chilli choir is a group of women who have been singing together in Maleny for years. Choir ‘leader’ Stephanie Arlidge talks with friend and long standing Sweet Chilli member Rhonda Scahill about why it’s such a special choir.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“I just loved her company.”

Dom and Alan

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Alan Franks tells his daughter Dominique the story of how he and Dom’s mother got together. And Dom reveals a gorgeous secret….

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“He opened the door and he took the baby out to show them.”

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Hilda Penney shares stories with her daughter, Lyn Burgess, about her granddad’s time in early Witta, including an important meeting with local Aboriginal people.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

Seeking Eumundi Seniors! Recording in Eumundi 25 & 26 August

The Story Project is recording stories of Eumundi and it’s people during Seniors Week, 25 and 26 August. Open to Eumundi seniors and your family and friends. Call us for more info or to book. Ph 5641 4693.