Trip to the Caloundra Air Museum

Caloundra Air Museum

  Off to the Queensland Air Museum at Caloundra today as the guys enjoyed taking their time wandering around looking at all the restored planes and helicopters on display. Everything from navy helicopters to tiny one-person choppers, vintage war and passenger planes.   If you know someone who would enjoy living on rural acreage at […]

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Girl’s trip to Woodford’s Braisen Hussy coffee house

Tea and Cake – Woodford

We had a girl’s trip to Woodford’s Braisen Hussy coffee house. We enjoyed milkshakes, coffee, tea, scones with jam and cream, others had pancakes with syrup and ice cream.   We then wandered down to the library to look through the wide book selection, go on the internet and watched some babies at Rhyme Time. […]

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The Easter Bunny surprised residents at Peninsula

Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny surprised residents at Peninsula with hugs and Easter eggs, and put a smile on all faces happy to have a chocolate surprise and a cuddle, totally enjoyed by all. Story by Shona Murray, Diversional Therapist – Beaumont Care Peninsula

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On The Road Again - Wamuran Residents

On The Road Again – Wamuran Residents

Today we drove to the lovely little town of Elimbah and the scenery was beautiful.   There’s a general shop, a petrol station and a few shops. We moved on to have morning tea at Beerburrum.   We found a nice park and as the weather was so beautiful we drove up the Glasshouse Mountains […]

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Bee Gee Way

Bee Gee Way

  First we drove to Scarborough Park for morning tea and watched the cargo ship sail by. Then it was back on the Beaumont coach to Bee Gee Way in Redcliffe.   Everyone enjoyed the stories and pictures of the Bee Gees and how they started in Redcliffe and became famous worldwide. On the big […]

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Commonwealth Games Baton Relay Mt Tamborine

Commonwealth Games Baton Relay Mt Tamborine

Sensational day on the mountain on Sunday 1 April, and a perfect opportunity for Roslyn Lodge residents, staff, families and volunteers to get a bird’s eye view of the Commonwealth Baton as it exchanged hands outside Roslyn Lodge. A terrific community atmosphere, with participation by the SES and Qld Police serving our well-wishers to enjoy […]

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St Patricks Day celebrations at Beaumont Care

3 Irishmen Walked Into a Bar…

St Patricks day celebrations have been a highlight of the month across all Beaumont Care services. Residents have been doing crafts sessions creating four leaf clovers and Irish hats. We had an Irish high tea with delicious cakes and slices and conversation about the interesting facts and trivia of Ireland. To top off a great […]

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Redcliffe Leagues Club Day Out

Redcliffe Leagues Club Day Out

Peninsula residents enjoyed a trip to the Redcliffe Leagues Club for dancing and lunch. Plenty of friendships have formed at the local club with dancing partners on offer for a great time. The music and antics all make for a truly fantastic day out. Shona Murray – Diversional Therapist, Beaumont Care Peninsula

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Rothwell Newsletter March 2018

Rothwell Newsletter March 2018

We are pleased to announce our first Rothwell Newsletter! You can click the Download -button below to view and print online, or right-click the button and choose ‘Save linked content as…” to download it to your computer. Story by Danielle Marsh, Service Manager, Beaumont Care – Rothwell  

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Classic Chocolate Crackles

Classic Chocolate Crackles

Chocolate crackles were a sure favourite when it came to the cooking sessions this month, Margaret Haworth, Daphne Kajewski and Eileen Price all contributing to the cooking session and doing an amazing job. Our classic recipe has been enjoyed for generations, and we’re happy to say it’s as popular as ever with residents (and staff). […]

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