Eumundi markets

On Wednesday afternoon our Pre-Intermediate classes went to the Eumundi markets to do an English activity and to see the world famous food and craft markets.

Our students needed to complete the sentence and write about their experiences that they shared with each other that day.

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“Yesterday we went to Eumundi markets with the class…..”

“Yesterday we went with the school to the Eumundi markets. That weather was good and we enjoyed it. After Kana walked around the markets she decided to buy a Pitaya bowl. She enjoyed the food a lot because it was very good.  Jenny decided to buy a sugar cane juice. But she didn’t enjoy it because she thought it would be a sweet flavour but it smelt like ginger. Nerea didn’t buy anything because she has been to the markets 4 times before.

We enjoyed the live music. The boy played a Didgeridoo and it was the first time we listened to traditional aboriginal music.

The experience in Eumundi market was amazing!!”

Written by Jenny, Nerea and Kana

“Yesterday we went to Eumundi Market.

We ate hot dogs, ice-cream and slinky potatoes.

But we bought nothing more.

We saw worm juice, fake ear pods and a Macaw.

We listened to Aboriginal music.

We watched caricature, finger painting , face painting and leather work.

Eumundi Market had Brazilian Tapioca food and Japanease Okonomiyaki.

There were bargains and we saw paisley print clothes.

So we spent a good time together.”

Written by Mauricio, Zoe and Erika

 

1. The slogan of the market is make it, bake it, sew it, grow it!

2. Yesterday we saw a macaw which is a big bird at Eumundi markets.

3. Yesterday we ate potatoes and sausages at Eumundi market.

4. Yesterday we listened to Aboriginal music.

5. Yesterday we saw Jodi the face painter.

6. Yesterday we saw Alex doing finger painting.

7. Yesterday we bought ice-cream and  kebab.

8. There were koala and kangaroo products at Eumundi markets.

9. There was Okonomiyaki from Japan.

10. But we didn’t see any Thai food.

Written by: Miyuki, Nopparat and Sophie

 

 

 

What to do on the Weekend?

Let’s have a look at what activities can be done on the weekend from Lexis Noosa.

  1. Collective Markets – Coolum Beach

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Sunshine Coast Collective Markets isn’t just your average market….. it is a collective of over 100 local Sunshine Coast designers, musicians, artists, foodies, creators, vintage wares and lifestyle lovers. No mass produced or cheap imported products to be found!

We are now every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at Coolum State Primary School from 8.30am – 12.30pm

Come join us in celebrating and supporting our amazing local artisans here on the Sunshine Coast! Make sure you RSVP so you don’t forget!!!

If you would like to apply for a stall check out our website at…
www.sunshinecoastcollectivemarkets.com.au
or email us at…
hello@sunshinecoastcollectivemarkets.com.au

2.Rave Radio + Indilee // Rolling Rock

Rollin Rock

✖️SATURDAY 23RD MARCH✖️
RAVE RADIO (Dj Set) + INDEELEE
⚡️DOORS OPEN 10PM -2.30AM
⚡️FREE ENTRY BEFORE MIDNIGHT
⚡️$10 AFTER $5 VIP GUEST LIST
(limited spots available)
FREE LIFTS FROM KB’S NOOSA 12AM ONWARDS🔥

THINK YOU KNOW RAVE RADIO?👇
Production duo Rave Radio had an absolutely epic 2017, to say the least. Known for taking the ‘DJ Set’ stereotype and absolutely blowing it out of the water, these guys combine live drums, live sampling and live vocals with their energetic mix of some sweet bass heavy genres.
https://soundcloud.com/rave-radio

 

3.Noosa Marina Markets

Noosa Marina Markets

The Noosa Marina art, craft and local produce markets are on every Sunday from 8am to 2pm.
With an idyllic setting on the boardwalk overlooking the Noosa River, the markets are just a short drive or ferry ride from Hastings Street.
For more information see www.noosamarina.com.au

 

4. Eumundi markets

Eumundi Markets

Come enjoy the enchanting experience of the world-famous Original Eumundi Markets – renowned for locally made artisan treasures. You’ll find handcrafted furniture, homewares, artworks, ceramics, and cutting-edge fashion and jewelry by local designers, along with a wealth of fresh produce and gourmet delights. When you need a break from shopping, indulge in a massage, have your palm read, or just be entertained by a stellar line-up of musicians and street performers. Step into a world of original design at the best art and craft market in Australia – and meet the artisans face-to-face every Saturday and Wednesday, rain, hail or shine.

5. Noosa National Park

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Beautiful walks can be found through the Noosa National Park! Why not spend the day exploring the beaches and wildlife.

6. Australia Zoo

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There is no other zoo like Australia Zoo! We pack in stacks of wildlife action every day and there are always plenty of exciting wildlife shows to see.

Australia Zoo website: https://www.australiazoo.com.au/

Christmas Fun!

This afternoon our Lexis Noosa students spent time making their very own Christmas cards to give to there friends, family and hopefully their favourite receptionist 😉

Merry Christmas Everyone!!

It’s Friday!

Looking for something to do on the weekend? Here are a few suggestions to get you started!!

Junction Twilight Markets – 16th November 2018

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The Noosa Junction Twilight Markets are every third Friday of the month. Join the fun for a night of street food, artisan stalls and live music.  There’s also a pop up bar with happy hour prices all night.  The Noosa Junction Twilight Markets are held from 5pm to 9pm in Arcadia Street, Noosa Junction.

 

The Eumundi Markets

Eumundi Markets

Renowned for its locally made artisan treasures, there’s no other market quite like it. Mark it in your diary – open rain, hail or shine every Saturday and Wednesday. https://www.eumundimarkets.com.au/

Noosa National Park

Noosa National

Nestled on the doorstep of the famous tourist town of Noosa, this popular park features some of South East Queensland’s most picturesque scenery. Discover secluded beaches, rugged coastal features and views from the iconic headland at Noosa Heads. Spot dolphins frolicking in the ocean at Boiling Pot and Dolphin Point, and be thrilled as thunderous waves crash into the rocks below Hell’s Gates. Wind through lush rainforest, fragrant open woodlands and heathlands exploring 15 kilometres of walking tracks. Walk along clifftops boasting unforgettable coastal views before leaving your footprints on pristine sandy beaches.

Sunshine Plaza

Sunshine Plaza

The Sunshine Plaza is the biggest shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast. Why not spend the day exploring the shopping centre, watch a movie at Events Cinema or have lunch at any of the wonderful restaurants along the Maroochydore River.

 

The Noosa Farmers Market

Noosa Farmers Market

Nestled amongst the fragrant gum trees, every Sunday a hive of activity takes place. The Noosa Farmers Market is packed with locally-produced seasonal produce that will make your mouth water. Come along for the spectacular fresh food and produce and experience the Noosa Farmers Market for yourself.

 

Noosa Marina Markets

Noosa Marina

After your leisurely Sunday breakfast or before a long Sunday lunch at Noosa Marina, take a stroll through our Sunday markets. The Noosa Marina markets operate every Sunday from 8am to 2pm. Our art, craft and local produce market has an idyllic setting on the deck and overlooking the Noosa River, located just seven kilometres from Hastings Street. Take your time strolling around the many market stalls, where a variety of locally made craft items can be found along with the freshest of local produce. Click here to see the Sunday Markets map The atmosphere is alive with music and entertainment from local and interstate musicians. When it’s time to go home, let the Noosa Ferry take you on a relaxing ride from the markets to one of the stops along the river. New stallholders are welcome throughout the year, and most of our stalls are protected from the elements, providing the perfect year-round selling venue.

 

Noosa Main Beach

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We have one of the best beaches in the world right on our door step!!! If you are looking for something to do on the weekend why not spend the day at Noosa Main Beach! You can take a picnic, go for a swim, have lunch at one of the famous restaurant along Hastings Street or just sun bake! Don’f forget to take a towel, your sunscreen and your camera. If you take any photos hashtag #lexisnoosa so we can have a look!

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend 🙂

 

Booin Gari Festival

Looks like our Lexis Noosa students had a wonderful at the Booin Gari festival yesterday.

Through song and dance the local Gabi Gabi people, plus other Queensland tribes, told us about their history and culture. It was a wet day but it didn’t dampen the students spirits.

 

Bath Bombs

This afternoon the Lexis Noosa students were making bath bombs.

Make your own Bath Bombs using essential oils and household products so that you can relax and rejuvenate in your own bath tub.

We hope you all have a relaxing weekend and see you all on Monday!

Graduating Students

Today we had 16 students finish their English courses at Lexis Noosa.

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We have Mia from Michael’s private class, Kai, Cecile and Sawami from Pre-Intermediate class, Alicia, Ayumu and Reina from Elementary class, Marion, Leonardo, Lupo and Manon from Upper-Intermediate class, Maud and Melanie from Intermediate class, Tanja from FCE class and Svenja from CAE class.

  All the best in the future and always keep in touch!

Boomerang Painting

Lexis Noosa students spent the afternoon relaxing & listening to some music as they paint their awesome boomerangs.

The students thought of some great designs! They could be the real deal ;).

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Hope you all had a great afternoon. You now have a great souvenir to take home with you to remember your fantastic trip to Australia annnnd remember us here at Lexis English Noosa hehe.