This Hoyts-inspired cinema at 19 Hardwood Court, Buderim is one of many attractions that make this home a perfect school holiday fun house.FROM quad bikes to quoits, when it comes to entertaining the kids these long summer holidays, a well set up family home could save your sanity.Even without children, these homes are so packed with entertainment options, you’d be hard pressed to find a reason to go out. A hidden cave, slide and waterfall are awaiting your attention these holidays at 19 Hardwood Court, Buderim.There’s quad bikes and a Hoyts -inspired cinema on offer in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, while 5km from the Brisbane CBD, you can hone your basketball and volleyball skills with your own outdoor hardcourt. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK New sales record as temperatures test auctioneers MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES On a 6454sq m block tucked in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, 19 Hardwood Court has been designed to mirror a seven-star Bali resort with seven bedrooms and entertainment options for all ages. The Buderim property from the air.Get active with a half-sized tennis court and basketball arena, or take a splash in one of two inground swimming pools with a 15m water slide, jumping rock and an outdoor TV entertaining area. One of two pools at 19 Hardwood Court, Buderim. This one has a waterfall, slide, and cave.Plan a movie marathon in the Hoyts-inspired cinema, or explore the running stream through tropical gardens. It’s not all about the kids, check out this master suite at 19 Hardwood Court, Buderim.Craig Porter of LJ Hooker Mooloolaba is selling Villa Asmara and is welcoming private viewings. Here’s the second pool at 19 Hardwood Court, and the far gazebo is an outdoor cinema.Only 5km from Brisbane’s CBD, active outdoor play is the theme at 130 Victoria St, Fairfield, where a large portion of the 802sq m block is devoted to an outdoor hardcourt. Plenty of room to keep those ball skills going over the school holidays at 130 Victoria St, FairfieldMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoWhether it’s basketball, netball, volleyball, soccer, cricket or badminton, the artificially-turfed and marked-out area is fenced off and ready to go, with double gate access to the road.Jane Elvin, of LJ Hooker Annerley/Yeronga, is selling the six-bedroom property which also has an inground pool and a triple garage.Back on the Sunshine Coast is 7 Acres at 36 Preston Rd, Diddillibah, which has enough manicured lawn space for a camp out beside the resort-style pool with a Bali hut. 7 Acres at 36 Preston Rd, Diddillibah.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has a bocce court, a dam and comes with a quad bike to explore the grounds. Anyone for bocce? Check out this bocce court at 36 Preston Rd, Diddillibah.Athena Law of Define Property Mooloolaba is selling the 2.71ha property for $1.35 million. Take a boat ride on your very own dam at Diddillibah. Cottage goes from blah to brilliant
Elsewhere Clonmel RFC take on Kinsale in the final of the Dave Dineen Cup in Midleton. Kick-off is at one o’clock. Thurles travel to Fermoy to take on Skibbereen in the final of the Munster Junior Plate.The Tipp club last won title back in 2009. Kick-off is at four o’clock.
Las Ali Shobande won in the veteran category with a score of 72-net while another former captain at Ikeja Golf club, General Olayinka Sule ducked in the second position.The prize staked in the guest men category went to Ayo Fagbemi while Tope Melodi was runner-up.In the Ladies event, Chichi Alamu emerge winner after a net score of 65, leaving Lola Mamud in the second position.Other winners in the keenly contested event include, Ruth Oluwatosin, Magdalene Quaye, Queen Adam and Maria Asuni.Others are Toyin Akinola, Uche Dimgba, Omini Ofem, Yomi Egbe, Uche Nwokocha and Tolani Ilesanmi.Impressed with the turnout at the occasion, the Captain Ajomale thanks every member of Ikeja Golf Club for the opportunity to serve them.While saying his vision for the club had been largely achieved, Ajomale promise to continue to contribute to the development of the club.Newly installed Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi was the special guest at the event closing ceremony.Ooni Ogunwusi led a team of other Yoruba Obas and prominent Yoruba sons and daughter to the closing ceremony.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The 2016 edition of the annual Ikeja Captains Day tournament; a week-long competition put in place to mark the end of tenure of Cdre Tokunbo Ajomale (rtd), came to a thrilling end on Saturday with Femi Oyefule emerging the winner of the competition.To emerge victorious, Oyefule shot a score of 67-net, leaving Henry Okpe with a net score of 71 in the second position. Former club captain, Kunle Ogunleye placed third in the competition while Ebiyemi Pinnick, also a former golf captain at golf section of Ikoyi club came fourth.
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