The Movember Foundation aims to change this way of thinking by putting a fun twist on this serious issue. Using the moustache as a catalyst, the idea is to bring about change and give men the opportunity and confidence to learn and talk about their health and take action when needed.

Starting from the 1st of November, we encourage all male students and staff to shave their beards and moustache and only grow their moustache throughout November. There will be a charity box on reception to donate at any time and we will also hold a fundraising event at the end of November to pay tribute to all the individuals who grew a Moe and announce the ‘Best Moe of Movember’

Looking to get involved this Movember?

Join my team at;


The Amazing Race

Amazing race

The Amazing race was a roaring success. Great fun and mega-lols were had by all involved. The students were given a clue directing them to different locations. At these locations they were given ‘tasks’ to complete before making their way to the next destination. They ventured around the school and Noosa in anticipation of being the first team to arrive at the Pit Stop. Well done to the girls who were the first team to arrive, winning some refreshing beers!

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Selfie Photo Competetion

Selfie photos

Starting Monday 3rd of November, we encourage you to take a selfie photo and post them on the Lexis English | Noosa  Facebook page with the hashtag ‪#‎lexisselfie
Photo with the most likes on the page will win an awesome prize wins awesome prize then will enter in the final against the winners from each of the Lexis schools. Competition ends on the 25th of November!


Healthy Cooking Class: Foods from South America

Traditionally, Latin Americans consume a diet filled with whole grain corn, vegetables, fruits, beans, rice, herbs and spices and combine this with a strong emphasis on family life, to support good health.

Today’s class we looked at a healthy Peruvian dish called ‘Palta Rellena’.


What’s so good about it?

Avocados are nutrient dense, low in carbohydrates, high in fibre, antioxidants and healthy mono-unsaturated fats that are anti-inflammatory to the body. A number of age-related diseases have been linked to inflammation, including obesity, cancer, type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis, arthritis, osteoporosis, depression and dementia. Eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, reducing saturated fats from animal sources, and choosing good oils coming from omega-3 and oleic sources — such as fish, linseeds, avocado, olives and almonds — are steps in the right direction.

For this chicken salad I included currants, toasted almonds and a sprinkling of shallots for colour, but I have also made this dish with a south western twist using black beans, corn, roasted pepper and cilantro. Another fantastic class with a delicious outcome!

Peruvian delights

Melbourne Cup Races Day at Lexis Noosa

‘The race that stops a nation™’

Emirates Melbourne Cup Day sits at the pinnacle of the Australian racing calendar and is the focal point of the Melbourne Cup Carnival. It’s an exhilarating day that puts Australia firmly in the international sporting spotlight.  With such significant international standing, the anticipation of history in the making creates the electric atmosphere that is simply ‘the race that stops a nation’.

Next Tuesday 4th of November at 2pm (Queensland time), the race will be shown at Lexis Noosa at 2pm. We will have sweep stakes taking place in each classroom on Tuesday Morning. It is also the day to make your strongest fashion statement with an exotic or outrageous ensemble. Best hat on the day will win a lovely bottle of wine! images (7) melbourne cup

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BBQ and Beach Swim

It was the start of the study week, so what better way to get over the Monday blues then a lovely afternoon Aussie BBQ and corona’s! The students gathered down at Sunshine Beach and with the scorching summer temperatures of over 34 degrees, the students cooled down in the beautiful crystal clean ocean. After a dip they returned the the beach BBQ area and indulged on some sausages and beers. After the BBQ the students either chilled in the park or grabbed their surfboard and caught a few waves out the front!


Welcome New Students

A big welcome to the new students who arrived today from; Switzerland, New Caledonia, Italy and Taiwan. 


Good luck with your studies and enjoy your time here in Noosa. 

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From left to right; Fabian (Switzerland), Gauthier (New Caledonia), Cimzia (Italy), Guilia (Italy), Julia  (Switzerland), Jasmin (Switzerland) , Linn  (Switzerland), I-Chia (Taiwan)

Cambridge Advanced students visit Eumundi Market

Eumundi 2Eumundi 1Here is what they have to say:

Eumundi Markets – ‘Compliments and Critiques’

The Biggest Market in the Southern Hemisphere

Are you looking for something special or handmade? If the answer is yes you should definitely visit the original Eumundi Markets. At the market you can try exotic food and freshly made smoothies. Nadja

Eumundi Market … Stalls with uniqueness

At the Eumundi Market we could discover many stalls with a wide variety of authentic produce and gifts. Elena

The Eumundi Market … A must for everyone

What I enjoyed most about the Eumundi Market was the vast variety of food from all over the world. Lisanne

Colourful Eumundi Market

I was impressed by the culinary variety of international specialities. The different coloured bars of soap with their intense smells were very picturesque. Janine

The Whole World in One Place

If you would like to try absolutely fantastic tastes from all over the world you need to visit the Eumundi Markets. Mish

Eumundi Market – Uniqueness since 1979, due to the variety of genuine and authentic products with origins from all over the world. Sabrina

The Eumundi Market  – a slice of heaven for everyone who loves delicious food, trashy gifts, local art and alternative therapy. Raphael

The Eumundi Market

where you can eat the best beetroot-pumpkin salad ever. Simona

the people at the Eumundi Market are so nice that spending money is even easier…Geraldine

a great mixture of cultures and people which you will love… Daniela

a pretty nice and very cultural experience… Nicole

besides a lot of plastic things and trash made in China the Eumundi Market offers a few interesting things…???

is the best place to meet people from all over the world … Arisa

Cambridge Mock Speaking Tests

Our seven Cambridge Exam Preparation classes have been busy with mock exams over the last week.

Cambridge Manager Nina, and Senior teacher Annette have spent many hours assisting the class teachers with preparing, marking and conducting the speaking exams. The teachers were so thankful that they surprised Nina and Annette with a bottle of wine each today. A lovey and welcome gesture. Cheers everyone!

Annette, Phil, Anne, Eileen, Michelle, Suzie and Nina

Annette, Phil, Anne, Eileen, Michelle, Suzie and Nina

Whats happening in Noosa this week?

See what’s planned in Noosa in the upcoming week below. 


Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival

October 25 @ 10:00 am  October 26 @ 5:00 pm

Palmer Coolum Resort, 

1 Warran Rd, Yaroomba, Coolum Beach, QLD 4573 Australia

The Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival is the premier fashion event on the Sunshine Coast. Since its inception in 2008 it has become widely recognized on both the national and international circuits for showcasing a seamless expression of taste in fashion. This annual event has built an association between this tropical millionaires playground and a visual feast of irrestible collections. It’s the perfect runway for emerging designers to showcase their collections in the company of established designers. The International Fashion Show Catwalks will be held at Palmer Coolum Resort with satellite events held at various other locations. For the latest information: W:

Outdoor Movie – Coolum Beach

October 25 @ 6:00 pm  8:30 pm

Tickle Park, 

Coolum Beach, QLD 4573 Australia

Hotel Transylvania is screening at Tickle Park Coolum Beach on Saturday 25th October. Entrance from 6pm, grab yourself a spot and set up your blankets and picnics, in preparation for the screening to start around 6.30pmish. Entry to the movies is by donation.

Paella Sunday

October 26 @ 12:00 pm  9:00 pm


2/257 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville, QLD 4566 Australia

Sirocco is known as one of Noosa’s favourite places for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between, renowned for their delicious flavours, laid back friendly service and magnificent uninterrupted views of the Noosa River So why not join them for one of their Paella Sundays on 14th September, enjoy Paella and a glass of Sangria for $64.50 per couple. Featuring Cone Bay Barramundi, Hervey Bay Scallops, Cuttlefish, Mooloolaba Prawns, Green Lip Mussels, Chicken and Chorizo. Situated on Gympie Terrace at Noosaville, Sirocco is a stunning location to soak up the spectacular views and enjoy the very best Noosa has to offer. Paella Sunday: Lunch 12.00pm – 2.30pm Dinner 5.30pm – late

Cooroy Originals

October 26 @ 1:00 pm  5:00 pm

Apex Park Cooroy, 

Mary River Road, Cooroy, QLD 4563 Australia

Cooroy now has it’s very own live music Concerts starting at 1pm on the fourth Sunday of every second Month, in Apex Park. The free live original music event will be based on the highly successful Peregian Originals format. It will be held on the fourth Sunday of every second month from 1pm-5pm. The community event is powered by donations and will be a family friendly concert. We encourage everyone to get behind it as if the first one is successful it is likely we will see them held every two months,” said Danielle Taylor, President of the Cooroy Chamber of Commerce. For more information follow the Facebook Page by clicking on the icon below.

Noosa Breakfast Fun Run

October 31 @ 7:00 am  9:00 am

Noosa Woods, 

Hastings St, Noosa Heads, QLD 4567 Australia

Whether you are a runner or a walker, come and enjoy the beautiful Noosa area for a great cause! Come dressed in pink and join some of Australia’s premier runner’s to raise awareness and funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Help National Breast Cancer Foundation achieve their aspirational goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030. The event is also supported by Zonta Club of Noosa Inc. Entry includes Breakfast in Noosa Woods following the run and lots of great random draw prizes!

Noosa Triathlon

October 31 @ 8:00 am  November 2 @ 4:00 pm

Noosa Lions Park, 

Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads, QLD 4567 Australia

Every year national and international competitors and spectators flock to Queensland’s shores to witness and take part in Australia’s largest triathlon event and the largest Multi Sport Festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere. The first ever Noosa Triathlon was held in 1983 and attracted only 180 competitors, helmets were optional, wetsuits were banned and cyclists got lost on the course! However, in its 31 years of operation, Noosa Triathlon has grown into a first class international multi sport and entertainment event. Today, the SUBARU Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival is an annual five-day hallmark event, celebrating sports participation, healthy lifestyles, fitness and fun. With an irresistible mix of sport and entertainment coupled with sun, sea and surf in one of Australia’s most popular destinations, Noosa, the event consists of various family, social and sporting activities for all ages and abilities. The pinnacle event on the final day of the festival is the Noosa Triathlon. 31st October – 2nd November

Healthy Cooking Class: Foods from Asia

The traditional Asian Diet revolves around rice, noodles, breads, millet, corn, and other whole grains, along with fruits, veggies, legumes, seeds, nuts, vegetable oils and fish.  Red meat is not regularly eaten, usually only once a week.

People in Asian countries tend to have lower rates of cancer, heart disease, and obesity than Australians, and they typically live longer, too. Researcher’s suspect that owes largely to their diet: a low-fat, healthy eating style that emphasizes rice, vegetables, fresh fruit, and fish, with very little red meat.

In today’s class we made the traditional Indonesian dish, Gado Gado.


What’s so good about it?

Gado-Gado is rich in essential nutrients like carbohydrate, protein, fats, vitamins and also fibre. Carbohydrate mainly comes from rice. The protein in Gado-Gado mainly comes from the egg, tofu and tempeh (a sesame-based food). This dish has important nutrients needed by the body to build up, repair, and replace the tissues in our bodies. The protein source is considered to be healthier as it comes from plant and not from animal.

Gado-Gado contains very little fats and almost no cholesterol at all. The very little amount of fats comes mostly from the peanut sauce. The rest of the ingredients to make Gado-Gado are vegetables, which are rich sources of vitamin and fibres. Fibre helps the body with bowel function, and helps prevent heart disease. Most vegetables in Gado-Gado are green in colour and are a rich source of folate, and B vitamins, which are important in producing healthy red-blood cells and preventing a certain type of anaemia, and is also needed to reduce risks for spina bifida, a serious birth defect.


The students were split into groups to focus on different elements of the dish. One group worked on making the peanut sauce from scratch, another on preparing and cooking the vegetables and the final group cooked the prawn crackers, tofu and egg to serve on the side. Great team work by all, the final result was delicious 🙂 🙂

TAFE Queensland East Coast Visit

Our thanks to Carolyn Jalal, Senior International Business Officer for the great presentation to our students today.

tafe picLexis TAFE pathways, offer students the opportunities to access certificate and diploma courses leading to work, further study at university and permanent residency in Australia.

For more information talk to Becky.


Yoga for Surfers @ Sunshine Beach

Another great morning for a beach yoga session. Yoga for surfers is a modern, dynamic and challenging style of yoga that targets certain parts of the body that could be operating more effectively while surfing. This session focused on yoga movements, postures and stretches to strengthen high stressed areas used in Surfing such as the neck, shoulders, back. In today’s session we included;

-Breath awareness (Sama Vritti- Equal breathing) to cleanse our nervous systems and increase lung capacity

– Strengthening our shoulders and core regions to assist with paddling and getting up on the surfboards.

– Improve joint flexibility, mobility and adaptability

– Balancing poses and balancing out left and right side imbalances.

A lovely way to start our Tuesday morning.


Next beach yoga session will take place on Tuesday 28th October @ 6:30am at Sunshine Beach 🙂


Summer is back! The sun was out blazing this afternoon, as the students headed to Noosa Tennis Club for some friendly doubles matches.


Hiromu was the star Tennis player of the day, and Oli took out the biggest Federer look-a-like! A great afternoon of tennis!

Welcome New Students

A big welcome to the new students who arrived today at Lexis Noosa. These students come from all around the world including; Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Japan, Spain and Switzerland. 


Good luck with your studies and enjoy your stay here in Noosa.


From left to right;

Back row: Marion (Spain), Andreas (Switzerland), John (Belgium), Tamara (Switzerland), Adrian (Spain), Jakub (Czech Republic), Janine (Germany), Anna (Czech Republic)

Front row: Barbara (Switzerland), Mei (Japan), Lea (Switzerland), Oriana (Switzerland), Marouchka (France), Carol (Brazil), Beatrix (Brazil)

Whoops I broke my English Only Contract!!!

MiriamAndrina and Miriam were caught speaking Swiss German.  They decided to share the ‘pain’ and produce a piece of writing together.  Below is their combined effort:

Piip Piip!

If we would get the chance to be an animal we’d like to be two mice. Our daily routine would be breaking into Coles or Sogo and having a party there.  There we could eat and drink as much as we’d like.  Probably the next day we’d have a hangover and can’t attend the Lexis Mice School (School for Swiss-German speaking mice).  Maybe we would turn up at school after lunch and if it would be a really bad day Nina would catch us complaining about the CAE exam.  Maybe the two mice would find out that they should study more and make less party.  Then there would be a chance to pass the mice CAE.  But as you know mice are not that clever so they would probably carry on in the same way as before!

For luck we are not two mice and will try to study harder.

Thank you Andrina and Miriam – we LOVED your story!

Good bye – See you again!

ByeOur wonderful Swiss family is leaving us after studying three months at Lexis Noosa – we will miss you Corinna, Ludovic, Laetitia, Chloe and Lois! Leaving comments ” Amazing time! It’s really cool! Fun! Memorable!”

Violaine in Phil’s CAE class is leaving as well – travelling around Australia for a while. And Michelle from Josie’s class, will go explore Australia and New Zealand. Safe travels everyone! Enjoy your adventures and stay in touch!

Oktoberfest @ Lexis Noosa

Once again, we kick off our weekend with an exciting activity at Noosa. Today, we celebrated Oktoberfest, giving the students an opportunity to taste some German beer, participate in a quiz, and understand the different type of beers through tasting notes. While the polka music was playing, Helga had returned to the college, to give the students first hand experience in the Oktoberfest celebrations. In her lovely dirndl dress and German accent, Helga poured some samples of some great German beers.


With the beer flowing, and the music playing, the students gave ‘Prost’ to each other while enjoying this traditional German festival.

Happy Oktoberfest!

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Birthdays! Birthdays! Birthdays!

BirthdaysToday there were birthday cakes everywhere!Fabienne and Sandro in Eileen’s CAE class are celebrating  their birthdays on the same day.

So is our teacher Charmaine. She spent her last birthday teaching English in Guadalajara/Mexico and is teaching one of  our Elementary classes at the moment. Happy Birthday everyone!

Black Jack Tournament

In today’s activity we turned the school into a Lexis Casino, as the students gathered in the kitchen for a friendly game of BlackJack. The students snacked on some soy crisps as they bet on each hand with the aim of collecting the most amount of chips to win the BlackJack tournament! Well done to our winners;Ramon and Stephan. Next month will be Texas Holdem.


Job Vacancies

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Cleaner Job- Hotel Laguna

Sub contract cleaning positions available in our busy resort.

Applicants must have their own ABN.

Own transport necessary however public transport is available nearby. (bus and taxi)

Duties include general resort cleaning and bed making.

No equipment or chemicals needed, all supplied.

Hours and days vary depending on the work load but usually start time 9am and finish by school pick up time most days.

Some weekend and public holiday work is involved.

Uniform supplied.

Payment is based as per ‘room rate’, own tax and superannuation as these are sub-contract positions.

Apply at

Evening Babysitting ~ Sunshine Beach QLD
Find A Babysitter – Sunshine Beach QLD

Evening Babysitting ~ Sunshine Beach QLD We are looking for a casual babysitter for our three children (most likely once a fortnight)2,5 and 7. There may also be the occasional day work but that would be rare. We are located in Sunshine Beach. They are very good children and like to have stories read and play UNO! No housework, just caring for the kids (maybe some dinners but will be prepared by me). Thanks

Contact: Louise
Start Date: 16-Oct-2014
Applications Close: 17-Oct-2014
Pay per hour : $20 evening


Relief cleaner required  Gumtree AU – Noosa Heads QLD Part-time

Releif cleaner required for the noosa, tewantin, coolum beach must have reliable car and police clearance only people with these essentials apply pleas

Please contact:



Gumtree AU – Sunshine Beach QLD

Looking for a professional to join our team in Sunshine Beach.
Restaurant experience is essential.
Wine knowledge is an advantage.

Please contact: 0422112521

Healthy Cooking Class: Healthy Breakfasts

DAA (Dietetics Association of Australia) encourages all Australians to start the day with a healthy breakfast. Eating breakfast contributes in many ways to good health and nutrition.

Here’s why you should enjoy a nutritious brekkie every day.


Helps you maintain a healthy weight

Breakfast is often coined as the ‘most important meal of the day’ as it an opportunity to break the fast from the night before. Research shows that consuming breakfast regularly is associated with lower levels of overweight and obesity. Breakfast fills you up, meaning you are less likely to experience hunger pangs throughout day and resort to snacking on high energy, high fat foods.

Provides energy and leads to higher intakes of essential nutrients such as carbohydrate, dietary fibre and certain vitamins and minerals.

It is important to eat something nutritious each morning to replenish your carbohydrate stores and re-fuel for the day ahead. Breakfast is an ideal opportunity to consume foods which are great sources of B vitamins, folate, iron and fibre. Research has found that those who consume breakfast are more likely to meet their recommended dietary intakes for vitamins and minerals compared to when breakfast was not eaten.

Improves alertness, concentration, mental performance, mood and memory

Skipping breakfast can often leave you feeling ‘fuzzy’ or unable to concentrate; this is because your brain is starving for energy. Your brain requires energy in the form of glucose from nutritious foods such as grainy bread, breakfast cereals, fruit and milk at breakfast in order to function at its best throughout the day. In fact, eating breakfast has been linked with an improvement in literacy and numeracy skills in school children.

For the best start to the day, choose a healthy breakfast which is high in fibre, low in saturated fat and provides plenty of vitamins and minerals.

In today’s workshop, the students learnt how to include all the right ingredients into their breakfast meal and prepared Acai Bowls.

acai bowls

You too can make these delicious, healthy Acai bowls at home for breakfast. Here is the recipe and the reason why these bowls are so good for us.

Acai Bowl


What’s good about it:
Berries contain antioxidants called polyphenols, which are anti-inflammatory to the body and can promote optimum health and vitality. Bananas are a great source of potassium that helps to regulate muscle contraction and fluid balance. Leafy greens and super foods are anti-inflammatory and help support immune function.

Super foods added;

Chia Seeds

Helps to pump up the omega 3 fatty acid profile. Benefits of omega 3 include helping to lower cholesterol levels, reduce high blood pressure, improving symptoms of arthritis and improved mental health.

Goji Berries

They are high in antioxidants, specifically the carotenoids (like beta-carotene) and zeaxanthin (compound that absorbs blue light and helps protect the eyes). Goji Berries have about 20 different vitamins and minerals, making it one of the most nutritionally beneficial foods available and 18 different amino acids (the building blocks to protein).

Acai Powder

A remarkable concentration of antioxidants that help remove free radicals that can cause premature aging, cancer and other degenerative disease. It has 10 times more antioxidants than red grapes and 10 to 30 times the anthocyanins of red wine. A synergy of monounsaturated (healthy) fats, dietary fiber and phytosterols to help promote cardiovascular and digestive health. An almost perfect essential amino acid complex in conjunction with valuable trace minerals, vital to proper muscle contraction and regeneration.


2 cups (250 g) frozen blueberries
1 banana (frozen ) will give a thicker consistency.

Strawberries are also great- use 1 cup.
handful baby spinach leaves (optional)

1 tablespoon protein powder
1 tablespoon acai powder.
1 tablespoon goji berries
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 cup nut or seed milk, water or pure coconut water – depending on the consistency and taste you want


2 handfuls fresh blueberries and strawberries for the top – Use other fresh fruits if you prefer.
1 banana, sliced
Sprinkle of seeds and nuts

Combine the frozen blueberries, banana, spinach, superfood , protein powder, goji berries, chia and nut milk into a high performance blender like a Vitamix.
Blend until smooth and creamy – adding a little more milk depending on the consistency you like.
Garnish the tops with fresh berries, banana, coconut, nuts and seeds.

It is Official! Noosa is one of the safest places to live in Australia.

NewsLatest statistics prove that the crime rates in Noosa are among the lowest in Australia.

Pick up your free Noosa News.  A good way to improve your vocabulary and find out what is happening around town.



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Our FCE students are putting to the test what they have learnt in the past 6 weeks.

In the meantime, our CAE students have started their Mock Speaking exams and will be doing the Written papers 1


Beach Yoga


What a perfect way to start the morning with a beach yoga session. We gathered bright and early this morning down at Sunshine Beach for a lovely yoga flow session. Such a beautiful environment to do yoga, with a the warm sun shinning down, a light wind blowing and the sound of the waves, birds and nature around us. After the session we were able to cool off in the ocean. How lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place!



Sunset Cruise- Cambridge Students

With ever intake of new Cambridge students, we welcome them to Noosa with a beautiful Sunset Cruise. The students arrived at 5pm on the dock at the Sheraton, ready to board the boat that takes them around the Noosa Canals while the sun is setting. The boat was packed full of Cambridge students wanting to catch a glimpse of the lovely Noosa river surroundings and mingle with one another over a beverage or two. 

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The theme was Nautical. Some dress up as pirates, sailors while others were dressed as bogan fisherman. After the social cruise, the students made their way to Sogo’s where they feasted in pizza and chips before the DJ kicked of his beats and the students danced into the night.

Welcome New Students

A big welcome to the new students who arrived today fromJapan, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Switzerland, Germany , Brazil, Czech Republic and Korea!!


Wishing you all the best in your studies and I hope you enjoy your stay here in beautiful Noosa. 


From left to right;

Back Row: Osama (Saudi Arabia), Yu (Japan), Carmela (Spain), Tobias (Switzerland), Stephan (Switzerland), Petr (Czech Republic), Romina (Switzerland), Rahel (Switzerland), Christel (Switzerland), Adrian (Switzerland), Linda (Switzerland), Elena (Germany), Audrey (Switzerland)

Front Row: Emu (Japan), Rafael (Brazil), Satomi (Japan), Ayako (Japan), Sarah (Switzerland), Hyoseon (Korea), Brixner (Switzerland), Livia (Switzerland), Takami (Japan), Marina (Switzerland)

Swiss Cooking Class: Cheese Fondue

Friday afternoon activities usually involve something delicious and something to kick start the weekend. Today’s activity didn’t disappoint; with a cheese fondue cooking classes followed by a glass of sauvignon blanc or beer. We had Swiss Chef, Ben and assistant Taiwanese chef Chen conducting the cooking class making this traditional Swiss dish.

Cheese fondue

The students gathered around with their french bread stick and all had a chance to try this delicious creation. Thanks again Ben and Chen- next time Chen will be cooking a traditional Taiwanese dish, I cant wait!!

Happy Friday!!

Job Vacancies!


Job Vacancies

Weekend Job- Dishwasher

Cafe in sunshine beach requires a dishhand Saturday Mornings 9:00-12:00 and Sundays 8:00am to 3:00pm

$150 per week

Start this Saturday 11th October.

Call 0468 945 650

Evening Babysitting ~ Noosa Heads QLD
Visiting Noosa for a holiday with my family and seeking a Babysitter for New Years Eve. Not sure what a fair rate is for the night but happy to discuss with applicants. Posting this on behalf of my Dad who has 2 young babies (6 month old boy and 2 year old girl), both will be in bed around 8pm.

There is a high chance that Dad & his wife will be home before midnight as they are not not fussed on NYE but we would like to go out for dinner together. I can confirm the details closer to the date but for now seeing if anyone is actually available!

Apply at :

Supre Noosa Christmas Casuals

What’s in it for you?

  • Great team discount & offers across all of the Cotton On Group brands
  • Learn how to deliver a great retail experience to your customer
  • Join a fun and exciting working environment
  • Permanent opportunities for high achievers
  • Be a part of the Fantastic Cotton On Foundation and learn how WE give back

Must Haves!

*NB: Due to the high volume of applicants, only successful candidates will be notified.

*All applicants must be above minimum working age

Apply at:

Urgent Staff Wanted

Minimum experience required
Start immediately

Bakery Sales Staff

We are looking for a sale staff for our market store.
Only on Thursday and Sunday (Saturday) early morning start time.
You need a driver’s license.
Please call Sven.
Phone: 5474 4932 / 040 1176 332

Cleaner Needed

EXPERIENCED,energetic cleaner needed for holiday home and other cleaning.Not room rate and not resort cleaning. Must have ABN and a reliable car.

Call Roger on 0412 222 563 


Pot Washer Needed

We are looking for a dishie looking to step up and make a difference!
We are an insanely busy restaurant located on the idealiic Gympie Terrace in Noosa.
Our ideal candidate will be hard working, motivated and passionate about every aspect of ceramic and metal detailing and have at least 3 arms for when we get smashed!
Please respond with your name, age and why you feel that you are the one for us!
And remember. This job is hard, so you had better be hard too!