Coolum Central side street.
Looking towards Point Perry From Coolum Beach. The lifesavers’ rubber dinghy ready for action.
Cyclones are brewing out in the Coral Sea. The result is rough seas and Coolum Beach is closed for swimming. The red warning flag is onimously flying on the beach.
Scoping for a wave near Stumers Creek on Coolum Beach.
All kids love swings. They give a sense of freedom, of flying… Childhood bliss. The oft used swings in Tickle Park on a warm evening.
Australia Day! Dad having fun with kids on the slippery slide in Tickle Park. Who do think was having the most fun?
Coolum on a balmy evening. The sun setting in the distance….day is now a distant memory. Bring on the night.
Teens chillin’ on their skateboards enjoying an ice cream on a balmy evening at Coolum Central shops. Life is good.
Outdoor cinema in Tickle Park. Bring your seat, blanket, drinks and nibbles. An enjoyable night for everyone. The movie was an old Elvis classic.
Local man attempts to remove some debris from the floods from the water near Stumers Creek on Coolum Beach. It was a chunk of pontoon and much too heavy for one person to drag ashore.
The moon still shines against the azure sky early in the morning.
The water reflected in the windows of Coolum Caprice Apartments which overlook the ocean in ‘downtown’ Coolum.