Mosquito Management – 2016/2017 Season
Aerial Treatment # 2
Please be advised that due to the tidal inundations experienced this week, Sunshine Coast Council will be conducting its second aerial mosquito treatment for the season, commencing 8am Thursday 17th of November from the Caloundra Airport....
The following mosquito breeding sites within the Pumicestone Passage Catchment will be targeted:
• Bribie Island North
• Halls Bay
• Coochin Creek
• Hussey Creek
• Glasshouse Mountain Creek
• Goat Island
• Bells Creek
• Westaway Creek
• Long Island
The contractor, McDermott Aviation, will be applying Methoprene, Prosand @ 4.0kg per hectare.
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Buyers take to Pelican Waters... Read more
Pelican Waters' Qualia named Queensland's best...
Pelican Waters continues to build... Read more...
Pumping up services with Puma Service Station Opening.
NOW OPEN!!! Pelican Waters residents can now fill up with fuel and great coffee following the official opening of the estate’s first petrol station. Read more...
Henzells Agency reaches 80-Year milestone.
Pelican Waters proudly continues one of the longest running club sponsorship arrangements in Queensland swimming.
A cheque for $10,000 was handed over to the Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club (PWC) on Friday, continuing one of the longest running club sponsorship arrangements in Queensland swimming. Read more...
Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation donating 2015 proceeds to STEPS.
Well done again to the Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation for its ongoing support of the local community. Read more...
Pelican Waters Swim Club News
The Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club has had a fantastic season, with some national records being broken. Read the full article from the Sunshine Coast Daily.
Waterside New Precinct - Opening Update
Whilst the weather has been against us this week in undertaking the final works for the new residential precinct at Waterside, we have managed to open up the park and a number of roads to the public.
By Thursday afternoon (today), the construction fencing that has surrounded the site for the last 7 months will have been relocated to open most of the new roads and the park. The roads open include:
- Bledisloe Boulevard extension down to Bells Esplanade
- Comet Street
- Severn Place
- Burdekin Place
- Barcoo Lane
The only road that will not be open will be the section of Bells Esplanade road east of the roundabout as indicated on the accompanying plan.
The much anticipated park is open however please note that there is still unfinished elements. The BBQ is not yet in as the manufacturer has not yet completed the work. We will aim to have this done before the end of the school holidays. However, the playground is ready for kids, the shelters are up and furniture installed. There are still some further activities for kids to be put around the kick and throw area as well, and of course still loads of plants to be installed. The water may also not be on as we are still waiting for the local authority signoff so please be aware of this. Hopefully the rain will clear so that you can use the park over the Easter weekend.
We will also be sending out our Pelican View newsletter soon with more information about the park and surrounding precinct and other happenings in Pelican Waters.
From all of us at Pelican Waters, have a Happy and Safe Easter and most importantly enjoy the new park.
Town Centre Construction
Recently, a letter has been sent to residents in the Glasshouse Bay Precinct of Pelican Waters, informing them of the latest construction phase to the East and South of this precinct.
For more information, please read the letter below.
For the latest on what's happening around Pelican Waters, go to our construction updates page http://www.pelicanwaters.com/construction-updates.php
Fishing Update for Pelican Waters
For all our residents and interested fishing folk....local resident and Fishing Australia's Rob Paxevanous has reflected on his fishing experiences, whilst living in Pelican Waters for the past 12 months.
Rob has some great information and tips for fishing in our local area! Click on the picture to read Rob's article.
Isobel Dalton in the Spotlight Again!
Isobel Dalton, daughter of our sales consultant Jackie Dalton, is in the spotlight again! With a chance to shine, Isobel had the opportunity to join the Brisbane Roar in a game recently which saw the Roar win 3-0. To read more about Isobel's success and aspirations check out the article from the Sunshine Coast Daily. You can also view the article from 7 local news below.
You may have noticed works have commenced on the roundabout at the Southern end of Bledisloe Boulevard where it meets Sovereign Circuit.
An upgrade to the roundabout is required as part of the construction of our next residential land release, due early next year.
The upgrade will take place in two stages. The first stage will require all traffic to go around the southern side of the roundabout. The second stage will require all traffic to stay on the northern side of the roundabout.
Over the coming months, traffic diversions will be in place as the roundabout is upgraded. During this period of road works and traffic diversions, we ask that you take care and follow the signs as displayed.
We apologise for any short term inconvenience this may cause. If you have any queries regarding this construction work or any work associated with it, please do not hesitate to contact our office on 5492 4888. http://www.pelicanwaters.com/construction-updates.php
NBN goes live on The Passage!
NBN is now live on The Passage at Pelican Waters! NBN are in the process of notifying service providers, so residents already living on The Passage and those nearing completion of construction and moving in soon, can now enjoy the benefits of NBN. Contact your service provider for the next step.
If you'd like to experience the speed of NBN, call in and see our staff at the Pelican Waters Land Sales Office on the corner of Marmont Street and Bond Street. We have a computer set up for public access to sample the benefits of NBN!
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is also live in some newer areas of Pelican Waters. The attached information gives residents a brief overview about NBN and what to expect from the Network in the future.
WIN TV's Fishing Australia - Pelican Waters/Caloundra show
This Saturday at 4:30pm in Queensland, NSW and the ACT the program Fishing Australia will be featuring Pelican Waters and its surrounds on WIN TV. It looks like it will be the best show yet and a nice reminder of how beautiful Pelican Waters and Caloundra truly is. Enjoy the show.
Here's a link to the promo as a reminder http://youtu.be/lV7g_bh3qMM
For VIC, TAS, SA and WA the show goes to air at 5:30pm.
Coffee van comes to Pelican Waters!
Exciting news for coffee (and hot chocolate) lovers....the "Shot of Coffee" van will be in Pelican Waters each weekday morning from 5.30am at the beachfront park on Pelican Waters Boulevard.
Drop in on your way to work or taking the to kids to school, and grab a coffee from Cindy. Or, relax in the park and enjoy the view while the kids play.
Cindy will also be at the Land Sales and Display Village office on Marmont Street mid morning on Sunday. Enjoy your coffee, then a stroll through our stunning display homes.
Let us know if you would like to see Cindy and her "Shot of Coffee" van at other times and we will pass on the feedback.
Local Swimming Club Star off to the Commonwealth Games
Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club star, Tessa Wallace, is all set for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Tessa's heat will be on Saturday 26th July, in Glasgow.
Read Tessa's story from the Sunshine Coast Daily.
Charity Golf Day a Success
The Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation recently held its annual Charity Golf and Dinner Classic. With a record number of players this year, the golfing event at Pelican Waters Golf Club raised funds for the Cittamani Hospice Service.
Henzells and Pelican Waters director Garry Waters said “A big thanks must go to major sponsors ANZ who was the naming rights partner for the golf classic and Caloundra City Autos who backed the evening casino night and charity dinner at Pelican Waters Golf Resort and Spa’’. Mr Waters also thanked all the participants and additional sponsors who helped to make the event possible.
For more information about the Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation, please contact 07 5492 4888.
Cittamani Hospice Service is a community based Not for Profit organisation that provides compassionate and professional palliative care in the Sunshine Coast area. For information about the Cittmani Hospice Service go to http://www.cittamanihospice.com.au.
Read the full article from the Sunshine Coast Daily here.
Annual Charity Golf Day sold out
The local community once again gets behind The Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation 2014 Charity Golf and Dinner Classic, with a record field to contest the July 4 event.
Henzells and Pelican Waters director Garry Waters said the annual charity classic at Pelican Waters Golf Club was now officially sold out with about 150 players representing
36 teams expected to tee off on the big day. This year funds raised will be donated to the Cittamani Hospice Service.
Please read the attached article from the Sunshine Coast Daily. For information about the Foundation or event, please contact 07 5492 4888.
Pelican Waters Display Village a hit!
The Pelican Waters Display Village on Bond Street has had near record visitor numbers in the past few weeks! With all display homes now open for inspection, visitors have the opportunity to view a range of quality builders with contemporary and award winning designs. The Display Village and Land Sales Office is open daily from 8.30am to 5pm.
Read the attached article from the Sunshine Coast Daily.
New Flood Mapping Model
Sunshine Coast Council has just released new flood mapping for the Sunshine Coast region. This mapping replaces the previous inaccurate mapping that was released a few years ago. The new mapping is available through the Council website using the following link:
The maps reflect the two different flood scenarios, specifically:
- Flood extent for current climate with a 1% chance of exceedance probability in any year. This is the 100 year probability flood event represented by the dark blue shading on the maps.
- Flood extent for the same 100 year flood event (1% annual exceedance probability) but with full climate change provision to the year 2100. This is represented by the light blue shading.
We are pleased to see that Council has released the new mapping, as the previous maps were misleading because they were based on old aerial survey data. The old survey didn’t reflect construction of our northern lake system.
It’s also pleasing to see all residential lots in Pelican Waters above the 100 year flood level in the year 2100, particularly as the 2100 modelling includes full allowance for climate change. Obviously we design Pelican Waters to offer very high level of flood immunity but it’s nice to see it reflected in the latest modelling.
We have extracted an image from the Council mapping over the northern part of Pelican Waters to give you an idea of how it looks.
Please contact our office if you have any queries in regard to the mapping.
Only 133 Years In The Making!
What would William Landsborough think of what’s been made of his land....
Queen Victoria’s deed of grant to William Landsborough in recognition of his services to exploration on the 17th October, 1881 has morphed into something entirely different from the sheep farm he envisioned.He named the property Loch Lamerough and was buried here in 1886. He was reinterred at Toowong Cemetery in 1913. In his search for Burke & Wills he became the first explorer to cross the continent from north to south.
Loch Lamerough was purchased by Roy Henzell on 10th January 1946 and has remained in the family since.
The photos are of our latest release.
Fishing Australia TV Presenter calls Pelican Waters home!
Fishing journalist and host of WIN TV’s Fishing Australia has decided to call Pelican Water home! Rob Paxevanos has been lured to the lifestyle of the Sunshine Coast and specifically Pelican Waters, where he is able to enjoy the outdoors with his family, instead of reporting about it.
In a recent article from the Sunshine Coast Daily, Rob says “Part of the plan for living up here was for my kids to get the opportunities to experience the outdoor activities that I do in my travels.”
We welcome Rob and his family and all other new residents to Pelican Waters, where it truly is a Magic Place to Live!
Visit the Fishing Australia website at http://www.fishingaustralia.tv/
Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation supports the local community
The Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation is once again a proud major sponsor of the Pa & Ma Bendall Memorial Surfing Contest. A cheque for $5,000 was presented by Hamish Pressland of the Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation to event organiser Terry Landsberg and competitor Reef Heazlewood, in the lead up to the annual Easter weekend competition.
Well done to the Foundation for its ongoing support of the local community. Please read some of the local media articles below.
Toowoomba Grammar School - Field Visit to Pelican Waters
Once again, Year 10 Geography students from Toowoomba Grammar School made their, now annual, visit to Pelican Waters this week. Phil Tyrer, Pelican Waters Project Manager, was the centre of attention for the students who eagerly listened to Phil talk about the planning processes involved in designing the Pelican Waters master planned community with a focus on social and environmental issues.
After some great questions from the students, they were all treated to a sausage sizzle, prepared with gusto from the Pelican Waters Land and Development team!
Students presented Phil with a token of their appreciation to the Pelican Waters team for giving them a hands on insight into developing a Master Planned Community, before heading back to Toowoomba.
The visit was again a success and we look forward to your visit again next year!
Pelican Waters gives back to the community!
Pelican Waters has proudly supported a range of local community causes this month. Read the full article from the Caloundra Weekly.
Caloundra Crime Stoppers Bowls Day
Pelican Waters are proud sponsors of this event to support your local Crime Stoppers Committee. If you are keen for a roll up, please see details below and contact Jeff.
Huge Barramundi caught under the Bevan Henzell Bridge!
This monster was caught under the Bevan Henzell Bridge, at the entrance to the Pelican Waters waterways. Happy fishing to future anglers hoping to catch the big one!
Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation supports Finn Smith
The Henzells Pelican Waters Foundation is proud to support Sunshine Coast local, Finn Smith.
$5,000 was donated by the Foundation to Finn. Please read the full article from Thursday's Sunshine Coast Daily.
Henzells Caloundra RSL Foundation - Charity Golf and Dinner Success
A great day and night was enjoyed by all, and funds were raised to support a great charity, once again. Many thanks to the sponsors and individuals who got behind the event to raise money for a great cause.
Articles published in the Caloundra and Kawana Weekly and the Sunshine Coast Daily are attached.
School Cross Country through Nature Reserve
Students of all ages from the Caloundra City Private School (CCPS) recently competed in their schools' cross country. After leaving the school and running up Tweddell Drive, students headed through walkways of the Nature Reserve west of the current land releases at The Headlands, at the Northern end of Pelican Waters.
After battling rain, mud and steamy conditions, students perservered for an overall day of fun and achievement. Congratulations to all students!
Read the school's attached article about the day, with thanks given to Hamish Pressland and the team here at Pelican Waters for allowing the school to use the area of land. This parcel of land is currently under development and is planned as a 32 hectare parkland to be handed over to council in the future.
Pelican Waters has splashed out $8000 to help a group of talented Caloundra swimmers chase their dreams.
The latest donation is part of Pelican Waters commitment to Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club dating back to 1986.
Pelican Waters Caloundra Swimming Club is the home of respected Olympic coach John Wallace and his star Olympian daughter Tessa Wallace.
View the full article from the Caloundra Weekly.
Toowoomba Grammar School - Field Visit to Pelican Waters
Over two days in March, the team at Pelican Waters enjoyed hosting Year 10 Geography Students from Toowoomba Grammar. Phil Tyrer, Pelican Waters Project Manager, spoke to students about the planning processes involved in designing the Pelican Waters master planned community with a focus on social and environmental issues.
Andrew McKinnon of Toowoomba Grammar School accompanied the students to Pelican Waters. “Our visit to Pelican Waters has provided our boys with a real experience associated with the development of a master plan community. We would like to thank the staff at Pelican Waters and appreciate the opportunity to visit and interact with highly qualified professionals who have a genuine passion for their work”.
Congratulations to all students, teachers and the team at Pelican Waters who made the visit so enjoyable and a great success!
Charity Walk Raises Funds for Children in Foster Care
Congratulations to Kate Morris and her team, the Pyjama Foundation Sunshine Coast, for their Long Road Event which was held on Sunday March 24th.
The walk was a 14km walk along Golden Beach and Pelican Waters and helped raise awareness for those childeren in foster care and the positive life opportunities that these children may have missed out on.
The Henzells Caloundra RSL Foundation sponsors local surfing competition
The Henzells Caloundra RSL Foundation once again supports the local community!
As this years' major sponsor of the local PA & MA Bendall Memorial Surfing Contest, a donation for $5,000.00 was presented by foundation board member and Pelican Waters General Manager of Development, Hamish Pressland, last week.
Now in it's 39th year, the local surfing competition has been a springboard for many local talents. This year's competition will be held over the Easter weekend at Moffat Beach. The article below appeared in Saturday's edition of the Sunshine Coast Daily.
Good on the Foundation for it's ongoing support of the local community!
Recently, Pelican Waters played host to 250 university students studying environmental management, town planning and engineering at the University of Queensland. Phil Tyrer, Pelican Waters Project Manager, co-ordinated the field work and met with students on the site of the planned Pelican Waters Town Centre.
It was a great opportunity for students to gain a practical understanding of the complex processes involved with planning a large scale development.
The University and students were appreciative of the chance to conduct their field work on site and for the information that Phil was able to provide for their studies.
National Broadband Network (NBN) arrives in Pelican Waters!
Telecommunications contractors are presently running optic fibre cable along Pelican Waters Boulevard to provide "fibre to the premises" for residents in the Headlands 2 precinct. It is expected that the cabling work should be completed within the next two weeks with live connections to properties available from early May 2013.
A second cable will provide a NBN service to the next stage of the Boronia Grove precinct at the southern end of Pelican Waters.
The attached footage shows the installers pulling the cable through to the control pillar adjacent to The Headlands park.
For further information on NBN call in to our sales office on The Corso or phone 5492 4888. More information is also available at www.nbnco.com.au
Service Station Survey Results!
Recently, we conducted a survey with residents regarding a service station in Pelican Waters. This survey, and others to come in the near future, was conducted as part of determining the future services of the planned Pelican Waters Town Centre.
The overwhelming response to the survey was YES to a service station!
By participating in the survey, respondents had the chance of winning a dinner voucher for the Pelican Waters Tavern.
The lucky winner of the voucher was Shelagh!
Thanks to all those that participated and we look forward to your responses in future surveys.
Respected Principal joins school
Former Test Cricketer and highly respected educator Dirk Wellham has been appointed Principal of Caloundra City Prvate School starting this year.
The announcement of Dirk Wellham as Principal featured in Caloundra Weekly on the 24th January...... Please click on the article to read more.
Australia Day Celebrations!
Henzells Agency and Pelican Waters celebrates Australia Day early! With some staff wearing their Aussie green and gold and others in the red white and blue of the flag.
Whether you are relaxing on the Pumicestone Passage with family and friends, a Barbie in the backyard or eating out at one of the local taverns, clubs or restaurants, we hope you enjoy your Australia Day weekend in your own Aussie style!
Our offices in Pelican Waters will be open all weekend.
Don't forget our Stamp Duty offer on lots at Boronia Grove ends this weekend! Check out the details below.
Pelican Waters recognised for 20-year commitment to local development
Pelican Waters has been honored for its long term commitment to local development by the UDIA.
UDIA President Carl Nancarrow presented Roy Henzell with an award recognizing 20 years commitment to the industry at the UDIA’s Sunshine Coast AGM breakfast at Maroochydore Surf Club on November 22.
Pelican Waters director Garry Waters said it was a great honour to be acknowledged by Queensland’s peak professional organisation representing the interests of the property development industry.
Foundation kicks in for Caloundra Panthers
The Henzells Caloundra RSL Foundation has kicked in to help a local football club after its clubhouse was destroyed by fire.
The Foundation recently donated $5000 to launch the Caloundra Panthers fundraising appeal after the long serving AFL club’s North Street headquarters went up in flames on September 20. <<read more>>
Pelican Waters Launches its Brand New Advertising Campaign - 'A Magic Place to Live'
We've just launched our brand new advertising campaign "A Magic Place to Live" and we are excited! Keep your eyes peeled across your TV screens, newspapers and listen out on the radio. We are everwhere! Click the images below to take a look at our series of 3 television commercials, set to hit the screens this week.
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