Everyone has a story! Unearth the story behind the lives of those that call Noosa, Queensland home. Conversations In Noosa will inform, indulge and inspire!
Adrian Reed "An acquisition tomorrow will cost you more than an acquisition today"
Ok, so we've had a global lock-down because of COVID-19, and now we're in a recession. What's next for the Noosa Real Estate market?
Lance and Craig Masterton - From Beer to Eternity
The rise of craft breweries and independent brewers has been phenomenal over the last five years.
Brothers Lance and Craig Masterton from Heads of Noosa Taproom, have always had a passion for beer, brewing and diarising their results, sometimes as many as three to four hundred times, making sure that the flavour profiles are palatable and to their liking.
Why did the brothers decide to go big when building the large brewing facility in Rene Street, Noosa? What are the goals for the brand in the next five years?
And who's responsible for that, outstanding Japanese Lager that they have on tap?
Zoe Phillips-Price - A World of Pop
Imagine a life, where you spend your childhood between Switzerland and Spain and celebrities like Andy Warhol and Allen Jones are regular party guests at your parents' home.
This was Zoe's life growing up with renowned British pop artist Peter Phillips as her father.
These days, Zoe, along with her father Peter, husband Read and their young daughter, all call Noosa home.
What brought them here? Why did Zoe send herself off to boarding school in the United States? And is it true that her dad would trade his art for parcels of land all over the world?
Tara Bell - "I wanted to be a lawyer, however, I met a few that weren't particularly happy."
Giving kids an opportunity and a chance to excel with their education, growing confidence and ambition for children who have experienced a challenging upbringing is a rewarding experience for my next guest, Tara Bell, CEO of Noosa Chances
Carol Raye - "There is such a thing as a beautiful death"
Providing care and support for a loved one with a terminal illness is not something that most of us think about often. The 'circle of life' means we'll all have to consider the options at some stage and if the cold, clinical, institutional operation of a nursing home leaves you despondent, it's comforting to know that there's a place like Katie Rose Cottage.
There's a line in the podcast you're about to hear, with Katie Rose Cottage chair Carol Raye, that really struck me, 'There is such a thing as a beautiful death'.
Dui Cameron - I've got no management skills whatsoever
Have you ever wondered how the great fashion designers and labels got started?
What if I told you that from humble beginnings at the Eumundi Markets, in the Noosa hinterland in Queensland, Dui Cameron has seen her colourful Boom Shankar fashion label grow into a super successful global business?
In this podcast we'll examine the Boom Shankar business model and explore why it's critical to surround yourself with the right people for your business and brand.
I hope you enjoy the pod. Dui and I recorded it just outside the Boom Shankar office, in the Peregian Village square.
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