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Chamber Community Forum Meeting: Tuesday 11 June 2019

Yandina Bowls Club (Steggalls Road, Yandina) from 6.15 pm for networking.
Meeting to follow at 7.00pm
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Guest speakers from SC Council presenting their UNESCO Biosphere nomination and an update and benefits of their new undersea broadband cable to Asia.

Leon Granzien
President, YCoC


 

Representatives of all businesses in Yandina are cordially invited to attend our Small Business Week Dinner on Tuesday 28th May 2019, 6PM at Yandina Hotel Restaurant.

Small business is key to the future economic development of Yandina, and relies on each of us supporting each other.

At this event, we want business representatives to celebrate their success, connect with other local businesses, and learn from our guest speakers and each other.

Guest Speakers

Chamber member guest speaker, John O’Leary, has successfully expanded his business, ALLCOAST Tyre Solutions …. And if the digital age is still a mystery, our second speaker, Bronte Cresswell, will provide valuable information to help take you forward.

Tickets

Ticket price: Chamber members $35; Non-members $40  (Ticket numbers are limited, with maximum of 2 per business)

Ticket includes: champagne/beer on arrival, canapes, 2 course meal, lucky door prizes, guest speakers and the great company of other local business owners.

Bookings essential: Simply click this link to book your ticket today…. https://www.trybooking.com/BCIHN

Please contact me with any queries.

Regards,

Leon Granzien

President, Yandina Chamber of Commerce

0439 895 207

Small Business Week Dinner


 
Did you know that Yandina is the oldest surveyed town in the Maroochy District? Early history tells how access by river made Yandina important for timber getting, dairying, fruit growing and cane growing. Changes in methods of transport and new industries continue to make Yandina vibrant.
 
Yandina Hotel
The Yandina Hotel is the oldest licensed Hotel in Queensland.  It was built in 1889 on the corner of Farrell Street and Old Gympie Rd.  In 1891 it was moved to its present site on Stevens Street. While the hotel was being moved they continued to serve beer and upstairs Mrs Sommer, the owner's wife, gave birth to a son. 
 
There are many historic sites in Yandina, originally know as "Native Dog Flat". In 1853 Daniel & Zacharis Skyring were granted leases on two Cattle Runs, “Canando” and “Yandina” which had frontage to the north banks of the South Maroochy and Maroochy Rivers.
 
The first “Yandina Post Office” was opened in 1868 on the north bank of the Maroochy River just upstream of Dunethin Rock.
 

Yandina Heritage Trail: take a walk through our history 

There are 26 historic buildings and/or location sites identified with plaques to guide your way on a walking map showing you the history of each site, available at the Yandina Historic House, 3 Pioneer Road, Yandina.
 
Stevens St 1919 
Stevens St 1920 
Stevens St 1924 
Stevens St today