Welcome to MBGC online magazine Winter edition
With the colder months setting in, MBGC is turning up the heat and getting behind the wheel of the slick AMG CLA35 with drone-tech innovator Jackie Dujmovic of Hover UAV to discuss her work and the future of drone air space.
For Label, we chat with inspirational Indigenous businesswoman Emma Rolls about her gorgeous soft furnishings featuring aboriginal-designed artworks, and her mission to bring traditional culture to Aussie classrooms; for Space, we discover the lasting legacy of The Doyles Art award, the Gold Coast’s longest running art prize; we enjoy fine French cuisine inside a century’s old mansion at Murwillumbah’s Tweed River House; and order some quality ethically-sourced coffee from Burleigh’s Joy Beans in Enterprise.
Heading south, MBGC puts the coastal nooks of Palm Beach and Tallebudgera under the microscope, revealing the understated charm of these two vibrant, yet laid-back suburbs; and we have all our wishes granted with the Mercedes-Benz ad for the new AMG A 45 in Propaganda.
Share the link with your friends, and if you’d like to view the range of Mercedes-Benz autos, please view the Pre-Owned Catalogue in the top menu or call into our Robina showroom.
Mercedes-Benz Gold Coast
Soaring for solutions
Against the picturesque backdrop of Tumbulgum, trailblazing drone expert Jackie discusses laying the foundations for a successful drone program.
The lasting legacy of the d’Arcy Doyle Art Award
The perennial and much-loved Gold Coast art award is back, offering up $20,000 in prizes and continuing its mission to pass the baton to the next crop of Australian artists.
Rolling out the carpet for Indigenous culture in early learning
An inspirational Aboriginal businesswoman is paving the way for generations of Indigenous entrepreneurs and bringing her traditional culture into Aussie classrooms.
Grounded in Burleigh
A love of coffee, a life-changing adventure and a dream to support remote communities inspired Gold Coast couple, Ben and Patty, to tap into Burleigh’s booming coffee culture.
The mansion serving nouvelle cuisine and joie de vivre in the hinterland
Perched gracefully over the Tweed River and nestled amongst the lush greenery and cane fields of the Murwillumbah hinterland lies a century’s old colonial mansion, home to the sumptuous Tweed River House Bar & Bistro.
Three steps aside, please?
Who wouldn’t want to be granted three wishes from their own personal good fairy? Money, fame, world peace – the possibilities are endless.
Palm Beach & Tallebudgera
Venture along a winding track through lush rainforest, past multitudes of bush turkeys and water dragons to the other side of Burleigh Hill, and discover the scenic delights of Tallebudgera and its equally charming neighbour Palm Beach.