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A hinterland treasure trove for all things beautiful

Escape to the country to My Country Escape.

My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)
My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)

We’re going to let you in on a little secret that Canungra residents don’t want you to know. Ok, that’s not entirely true as these folks are good eggs with salt of the earth vibes, but if we were them and someone told the rest of the GC about our fave local haunt, we’d be mildly miffed. Sorry hinterland friends but prepare for an onslaught of shoppers who may or may not strip the shelves dry and we’re sitting confidently on Team Former. May we introduce you all to My Country Escape, an enchanting retail haven filled with fashion, accessories, homewares, and all things beautiful.

Set away from the hustle and bustle – but not so far you’ll blow your shopping budget on fuel – My Country Escape certainly lives up to its idyllic name. A beautiful boutique with a range of products and brands you won’t find everywhere else, it’s certainly no accident it was named 2021 Retail Store of the Year of the Scenic Rim.

My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)
My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)

With more charm than George Clooney and Carrie Bickmore’s lovechild, we dare you to simply pop in for a brisk browse. The motto here is ‘relax, browse, stay a while’ and okay if you insist #RudeNotTo. You’ll lose yourself in the stunning fit out, welcoming feels, and irresistible array of treasures at every turn. Anything but vanilla or run-of-the-mill, everything is unique, the highest quality, and ever changing.

Think clothing and accessories with an easy-going, timeless, trans-seasonal feel and brands like Humidity, Oliveetjulie, Namaste, Brave & True, The Shanty Corporation, LJC Designs, Stitch & Hide, Rare Rabbit, Pink Woods and Emma Bridgewater to name a few. There’s also fresh florals and a selection of gorgeous homewares and trinkets, suited to the country cottage, coastal abode, or anything in between.

My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)
My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)

Gift options are in abundance, perfect for that friend or relative who loves anything a little bit different. We’re talking everything from beautiful cards, candles and kitchen utensils to baby gifts, luxurious skincare and beauty products. Plus, there’s a strong Australian brand presence with a sprinkling of gorgeous additions from overseas, giving us the best of both worlds. We’re not done yet though, coz they also gift wrap for a coin donation to Bravehearts and if this doesn’t give you the warm and fuzzies….

Proud owner Michelle Roper-Dennis took over the shop eight years ago, going the whole shebang five years later and buying it outright #bossbabe. This enabled her to fully renovate the space to suit her vision, whilst keeping its rustic charm intact. The gorgeous country blue weatherboard exterior with white accents is straight outta Compton Home Beautiful magazine, proving that first impressions are very telling. Inside is a wonderland of white, rustic timber and rattan lighting, vertical VJ panels and srsly, high ceilings with exposed beams just speak to us. In this case, they’re saying “you need everything you see” and yeah, we got that memo already.

My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)
My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)

Another standout is the old-fashioned service which we mean in the best possible way. The team are warm, friendly, sunny, and have a beautiful rapport with customers. They know their stock inside-out and will always go the extra mile, which is increasingly hard to find and lord help us, we’re sounding more and more like our parents every day. Oh and if you can’t make it to the bricks and mortar store for some reason, fear not because you can still immerse yourself in My Country Escape goodness via their online store.

So the word is officially out. My Country Escape is not just the darling of the hinterland and its army of loyal clientele, but a true (country) blue hued Gold Coast treasure.

Where: 29 Christie Street, Canungra
When: 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday & 9am – 3pm Saturday & Sunday

Words by Bianca Trathen


My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)
My Country Escape, Canungra (image supplied)

Put your best foot forward

The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

If there’s one item, two technically, that will cause even the most sensible saver to blow their loot, it’s shoes. Our footwear fetish is forever fierce, whether it’s that perfect pair of timeless boots, or dazzling summer slides that will you go perfectly, with…umm.…well nothing yet, but we’ll totally find something coz buying threads to match our treads is how we shop.

So imagine a gorgeous store in the heart of Canungra boasting the highest quality ladies’ and gents’ shoes and continually refreshed with the latest styles. We’re talking the finest brands from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey, and Brazil and besides reading like our dream vacay itinerary, it’s also a lusty line-up of on-fleek footwear origins.

We’re of course referring to The Shoe Vault, a slice of heaven for shoe enthusiasts seeking unique and eclectic styles, and those who’d rather ditch the shopping centre rat race and head to the stunning hinterland.

The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Owners Nora Jones and Matthew Jones have a bustling business on their hands (or feet…) and genuinely get their ‘kicks’ out of helping customers find the perfect shoe.

Opening eight years ago, they pride themselves not only on the quality of their stock, but also the consistently friendly customer service and wide range of shoewear.

Think both vibrant and neutral hued sandals, slides, espadrilles, casual heels, wedges, ankle boots, long boots, UGGs, everyday walking shoes, and even orthotic comfort shoes.

Fella’s, you’re not forgotten here with a stylish range of men’s shoes to keep hoofs looking and feeling good and PS, many-a-woman has cited good footwear choices as a dealbreaker #SoleMates.

The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

A warm and inviting rustic space, The Shoe Vault is rich in historic charm and set amongst pretty-as-a-picture gardens and greenery. Well known for providing the Scenic Rim with the most comfortable and fashionable shoes, it’s not just the locals who source their treads here.

Loyal regulars travel from far and wide for their extensive range of beautiful Euro designs. Day-trippers also can’t help but pop in for a squiz and we dare you to leave without a boot full of amazing purchases. After all, if the shoe fits….

It’s not just all about the shoes though, and this might be the most ridiculous thing we’ve ever said because it’s always about the shoes #truth. What we mean is that there’s more to The Shoe Vault than fabulous footwear, including our other Achilles heels; leather handbags and gorgeous Adorne jewellery #HeartEyesEmoji. In other words, it’s a one-stop-shop for accessories, AKA actual utopia.

The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

There’s a beautiful market space out back which has a new lick of paint and opens Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, rounding out the trifecta of what women want.

The only thing that could make this place even better is a coffee shop and a homewares store and boom, there’s both!

Joining The Shoe Vault family is Cosy Café for that mandatory coffee hit. Plus, you’ll also find Retrohub, your go-to for cool memorabilia, a giftware store (Secret Santa sorted), and the newly opened thong shop coz us Coasties can never have enough flip flops.

So whether you’re channelling that ‘well-heeled’ vibe or just want an excuse to get out of town and unwind, The Shoe Vault and its picturesque setting are the perfect ‘pair’.

The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Where: 35 Christie Street, Canungra
When: 9am – 4pm Monday – Friday & 8.30am – 3pm Saturday & Sunday

Words by Bianca Trathen.
Pictures by Carly King.


The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
The Shoe Vault, Canungra (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Five Sunday drive destinations

Sunflowers (image Courtney Cook via Unsplash)
Sunflowers (image Courtney Cook via Unsplash)

Sundays are reserved for one of three purposes; chilling with the fam and getting prepped for the week ahead, sneaking in a little Sunday sesh to delay Monday as long as humanly possible, and our fave, a spot of road trippin!

We’re lucky on the GC as we’re inundated with scenic drive options, and only need to travel an hour or two to find lots of beautiful, unique sights and activities.

We’ve broken it down to five destinations and provided a small snapshot of what you can find at each.

Toot toot!

Cauldron Distillery (Image: 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
Cauldron Distillery (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Mt Tamborine

Gallery Walk
A trip up the mountain isn’t complete without a stroll along Gallery Walk. It’s a melting pot of eclectic finds, with over 70 shops in the one block. You’ll find everything from fashion, jewellery, arts and crafts, cellar door outlets, chocolate, fudge, food outlets, cafes…and even a cuckoo clock shop. If you’re looking for something unique or need to buy that friend who has everything a gift, chances are you’ll find something here.
Where: Long Road, Tamborine Mountain

Curtis Falls
Enjoy a beautiful walk through the rain-drenched Eucalyptus forest to the magical Curtis Falls. Wander past towering trees and through a canopy of ferns, down to this miniature and photogenic waterfall. The 1.1km walk should only talk half an hour or less to get down to the falls, but you will likely want to stay awhile and soak up the peacefulness. Top it off with a spot of morning tea at the Curtis Falls Cafe. Lovely!
Where: 16 Eagle Heights Road, North Tamborine – Get there via Eagle Heights Road and park right at the entrance to the walk.

Curtis Falls (image supplied by Tourism & Events Queensland)
Curtis Falls (image supplied by Tourism & Events Queensland)

Cauldron Distillery
This 18-acre working distillery is the darling of the Scenic Rim. A Prohibition-style space with an established vineyard, lush rolling meadows and of course, a generous gin and cocktail bar, there’s a lot to love. Settle in for a bev or a feed, or BYO picnic rug and chill amongst the vineyards. You can partake in complimentary lawn games if you so desire, and they’re pro pop here so Fido can come too!
Where: 89-123 Hartley Road, Tamborine Mountain

The Glow Worm Caves
Take a guided half-hour walk through lush rainforest to a purpose-built cave, filled with thousands of shimmery glow worms! Everyone can get up close and personal with a glow worm here without damaging delicate wild habitats #CueApplause. And the best part? It’s conveniently located in the Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard and Winery, you can enjoy a tipple pre or post tour…or pre and post tour!
Where: Cedar Creek Estate, 104-144 Hartley Road, North Tamborine

Mountview Alpaca Farm (image supplied)
Mountview Alpaca Farm (image supplied)


Mountview Alpaca Farm
Located in O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley Vineyard, you can meet alpacas and drink wine and srsly, life made. Choose between 15 and 60 minute alpaca experiences where you can walk and feed these cute creatures, or go all out with an alpaca picnic, alpaca devonshire tea, or a wine, cheese and alpaca package (#us). Set in a boutique vineyard and historic Queenslander homestead, it’s as picturesque as it is fun.
Where: 852 Lamington National Park Road, Canungra

Farm & Co Restaurant (image supplied)
Farm & Co Restaurant (image supplied)


Farm & Co.
No doubt Instagram has informed you there is a field of sunflowers just a short 25 minute drive away where you can frolic, take selfies, pick said sunflowers and generally pretend you don’t have a care in the world. There’s also a coffee shop where you can sink into an oversized lounge chair while gazing at the sunflowers and contemplating a new career in farming, live music of a weekend, a tasty array of brunch eats and fresh veggies you can take home too.
Where: 529 Cudgen Road, Cudgen 

The Chindy
Check out restful riverside town Chinderah, stopping in for a refreshment and snack at The Chindy. Also known as Chinderah Tavern, The Chindy boasts a big old deck overlooking the widest river in the world (not a fact) and supplies all the cold beer, wine and tasty eats you could wish for on a Sunday afternoon. There’s live music, sunsets if you time it right, and just general non-city good times. Right next door is Cubby Bakehouse you can get yourself some dessert for the drive home.
Where: 156 Chinderah Bay Drive, Chinderah

The Farm, Byron Bay (image supplied)
The Farm, Byron Bay (image supplied)

Byron Region

The Farm Byron Bay
A must visit for everyone (especially anyone with a little person in tow), The Farm is a destination in itself. See how the farm operates and say hi to the animals, and meet the infamous mascots Braveheart the Scottish Highland cow and Bobby the rooster. Collect macadamia nuts from the macadamia trees, have a meal at Three Blue Ducks restaurant, or grab a little something from The Bread Social to eat outside on a picnic rug. There’s a playground for the anklebiters and plenty of beautiful open space to explore.
Where: 11 Ewingsdale Road, Ewingsdale

The Crystal Castle in Mullumbimby
Instagood alert! Sit in an ancient amethyst cave, pose with rare and amazing giant crystals, and wander five hectares of subtropical, crystal-filled Shambhala Gardens and rainforest. You can even touch the World Peace Stupa, a project blessed by the Dalai Lama and join in Crystal Sound Healings at 12pm and 3pm! Grab a bite with a stunning hinterland view at Lotus Café and let the kids run amok in the playground.
Where: 81 Monet Drive, Montecollum

Shambhala Gardens, Crystal Castle (image supplied)
Shambhala Gardens, Crystal Castle (image supplied)

Hotel Brunswick
The heart of beautiful Brunswick Heads, swing in for a drink or a feed at this classic Aussie pub. Somewhat of an institution and a fave far and wide, relax under the beautiful Poinciana trees in the beer garden and soak up the ambience. Always busy on Sundays, if you can push the friendship and stay on till the early evening, you’ll generally be rewarded with live music and an even more awesome vibe. Pub grub at its best.
Where: Mullumbimbi Street, Brunswick Heads

Newrybar Merchants
A collective of creative local artisans and curators of fine goods who are passionate about what they do, this is our jam! Honouring the space and the essence of the Byron Bay Hinterland, Newrybar Merchants enables customers to experience rustic charm effortlessly blended with sophistication within a beautiful and unique retail space. Shop everything from faaarshion, to homewares, to wellness products and everything in between, it’s a must.
Where: 16 Old Pacific Highway, Newrybar

Ivory Waterside (image supplied)
Ivory Waterside (image supplied)

The Tweed

The Ivory Waterside
Barely over the border but for the northern GC folk, it’s a Sunday drive to Tweed Heads so we’ll let this one fly. Recently undergoing a bit of a nip and tuck and overlooking the adjoining marina and picturesque Terra Creek, it’s the ultimate in casual waterside dining. The food is consistently delish and guys, you can even get your rad on with tons of vintage arcade games in Benny’s Arcade. Talk about a one-stop-good-times-shop! Add it to the list.
Where: 156 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads

Wollumbin National Park
This World Heritage-listed national treasure is well worth a look. Previously known as Mt Warning National Park, lose yourself in some of the largest and oldest tracts of sub-tropical rainforest on Earth. Wollumbin, which rises from the park to a height of 1,157 metres above sea level, is a remnant central vent of an ancient volcano and yep, that’s a drawcard right there. Note the Wollumbin (Mount Warning) summit track and the Aboriginal Place remains closed.
Where: About 12km south-west of Murwillumbah off Kyogle Road, Mount Warning

River Terrace, Tweed River House (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
River Terrace, Tweed River House (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Tweed River House
This one is special! From the vantage point of the verdant riverbanks, settled at the tropical foothills of the Tweed Caldera in Murwillumbah, this century-old riverside plantation house has been lovingly restored to maintain its original character and charm. The elegant yet relaxed renovation creates a unique space that reflects the gentle pace of the Northern Rivers, oozing 1930s style with a French twist. They’ve even been nominated for a Chef Hat Award by the Australian Good Food Guide so if the aesthetics aren’t enough to get you there, the nosh will be!
Where: 131 River Street, South Murwillumbah

Baked at Ancora
Another one that’s close by when you’re a bit strapped for time is Baked at Ancora. Believers that sweet treats and waterside picnics go hand in hand, we concur and we can’t get enough of this Parisian style café bakery. From their signature croissants and traditional classics like pain-au-chocolat, to the more unique and inventive flavour combos, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in actual Paris. Well worth the waistline damage.
Where: 118 Wharf St, Tweed Heads 

Interior Wine Wall, Rob Roy Deli & Drinks (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior Wine Wall, Rob Roy Deli & Drinks (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre
There’s always something new to discover at the Tweed Regional Gallery, housed in a large, modern, architecturally award-winning building with views to Wollumbin/Mount Warning. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Claude Monet’s painting Meules, milieu du jour [Haystacks, midday] 1890, currently on loan from the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). While you’re there, a meal at the new in-house eats haunt Apex is an absolute non-negotiable. With a stunning outlook and design to reflect the vista, indulge in a unique combo of rustic French patisserie goodies and modern cafe plates with a very ‘now’ pan-Asian twist. Add a cocktail and instant happy place.
Where: 2 Mistral Road, South Murwillumbah

Husk Farm Distillery
Just a hop, skip and a jump over the border, a sneaky visit to the lush Husk grounds is certainly one of the more low effort, high reward outings Gold Coasters have at our fingertips. Our recommendation? Take your tastebuds on a very smooth sip around the signature Husk offerings with a tasting paddle to start. Not only have they mastered treats of the thirst quenching variety, the Husk Farm kitchen offers up a selection of top notch eats to rival their signature spirits selection.
Where: Dulguigan Rd, North Tumbulgum

Words by Bianca Trathen.

Dining room at Apex Dining (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)
Dining room at Apex Dining (Image: © 2022 Inside Gold Coast)

9 breathtaking waterfalls around the Gold Coast

Curtis Falls waterfall in Tamborine Mountain, Hinterland (image suppled by Destination Gold Coast)
Curtis Falls waterfall in Tamborine Mountain, Hinterland (image suppled by Destination Gold Coast)

When it comes to impressing visiting family and friends, is there any better way than going on an adventure and chasing a waterfall — or two? Because beyond epic beaches, and one of the world’s most renowned surfing reserves, we also have world heritage listed rainforests and breathtaking surrounds literally right on our doorstep. And the best part about these fantastic places and mind-blowing natural spectacles is they are entirely free!

So we highly recommend you clear your schedule, pack your swimmers and embark on a fun-filled sojourn into the green behind the gold in search of large pieces of falling water. Set your phone to silent and let the serenity feed your soul.

Here are a few of our favourites, all within an hour or so from the Gold Coast.

Lip Falls
38.7km from Surfers Paradise
Just a 50-minute drive from Surfers Paradise and nestled amongst the Denham Scenic Reserve are the Beechmont rock pools — or Lip Falls as the locals call them. Once you park your car (on Doncaster Road), it’ll only take half an hour to make your way down to the falls. Be aware; these walking paths are steep and narrow and right next to deep gorges.
Where: 45-57 Doncaster Dr, Beechmont

Elabana Falls, Lamington National Park (image supplied)
Elabana Falls, Lamington National Park (image supplied)

Mt Tamborine
Cedar Creek Falls
44km from Surfers Paradise
Cedar Creek Falls are one of the better-known waterfalls on Mt Tamborine and a popular destination for locals and tourists alike (be warned – it can get quite busy). Your best bet is to explore the area via the Cedar Creek Circuit (3.2km), which will take you along all the cascades and rock pools.
Where: Cedar Creek Falls Rd, Tamborine Mountain – To get there, take Tamborine Mountain Road until you get to Cedar Creek Falls Road, just past the information map stopping bay on the left. From there, it’s only a short drive down a narrow road and across a small creek before coming to the Cedar Creek Falls section and the car park at its entrance.

Curtis Falls
39.2km from Surfers Paradise
It’s a short, beautiful walk through the rain-drenched Eucalyptus forest to the magical Curtis Falls. You’ll wander past towering trees and through a canopy of ferns, down to this miniature and photogenic waterfall. There are lots of cute creatures to spot along the way too, keep an eye for resident platypuses and wallabies. The walk should only talk half an hour or less to get down to the falls, but you will likely want to stay awhile and soak up the peacefulness. It’s just a 1.1km round trip, so you can knock it over in the early morning then stop for a spot of morning tea at the Curtis Falls Cafe.
Where: 16 Eagle Heights Rd, North Tamborine – Get there via Eagle Heights Road and park right at the entrance to the walk.

Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park (image supplied)
Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park (image supplied)

Lamington National Park
Elabana Falls
67.4 km from Surfers Paradise
Elabana Falls are certainly a hidden gem located amongst Lamington National Park close to O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat (a great spot to grab a bite to eat after your waterfall adventure). Park your car at O’Reilly’s and make your way through the rainforest, past Picnic Rock and further downhill for another 400 metres until you reach the cascading falls. Make sure you refresh yourself with a snack or sit down before embarking on your way back up; it gets pretty steep!
Where: Lamington National Park Rd, Canungra

Springbrook National Park
Natural Bridge
47 km from Surfers Paradise
As you probably know, Natural Bridge is a heavenly cave-like rock formation at Springbrook National Park that is home to glow worms and a colony of tiny bent-wing bats – it’s also one of the most photographed spots on the Gold Coast. Start the short one-kilometre rainforest walk clockwise to the Natural Bridge rock arch to get down to the action.
Where: Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd, Springbrook – It’s super easy to find; just follow Nerang-Murwillumbah Road until you get to the car park signage at Bakers Road.

Purling Brook Falls, Springbrook (image supplied by Destination Gold Coast)
Purling Brook Falls, Springbrook (image supplied by Destination Gold Coast)

Twin Falls
40.6km from Surfers Paradise
Start your 4km journey through the sub-tropical rainforest from the Tallabana picnic area or Canyon lookout in an anticlockwise direction. You’ll reach a small bridge, flowing water and immense rock formations after a couple of minutes (perfect for an Insta snap). Keep hiking down the track until you come across two rushing waterfalls. At the base of Twin Falls — after a worthy hike — you’ll find a large rock pool perfect for a rewarding swim!
Where: Canyon Pde, Springbrook

Purling Brook Falls (image supplied by Destination Gold Coast)
Purling Brook Falls (image supplied by Destination Gold Coast)

Purling Brook Falls
37km from Surfers Paradise
The Purling Brook Falls are immense, towering at over 100 meters in height and are naturally best visited after rainfall. Start your 2 hour hike clockwise along a scenic and elevated path into a subtropical gorge to view the amazing falls from below. Venture further down the track until you reach waterholes that are great for swimming. When you have had enough, prepare for a steady climb up through the rainforest, which will bring you back to the picnic area.
Where: 63 Gwongorella Parade, Springbrook

Minyon Falls lookout in Nightcap National Park. (Photo credit: Jimmy Malecki)
Minyon Falls lookout in Nightcap National Park. (Photo credit: Jimmy Malecki)

Northern NSW
Minyon Falls
113km from Surfers Paradise
Yes, we know the following two locations aren’t on the Gold Coast, they aren’t even in Queensland, but it will take you a short drive along what is probably the most breathtaking scenic drive, until you reach Nightcap National Park in Northern NSW. Make sure you come prepared because getting to Minyon Falls can be quite the journey (well worth it, though). We recommend you start with Minyon Falls Lookout, providing you with outstanding views before adventuring further downstream towards the base of the falls.
Where: Nightcap National Park, Newton Dr, Nightcap 

Killen Falls
108 km from Surfers Paradise
Killen Falls are undoubtedly one of the most epic waterfalls to dive into with its large swimming hole and rock pools. The rock has been eroded significantly behind the waterfall, forming an impressive cave. Ever wanted to take a waterfall shower? Well, at Killen Falls, that’s not a problem as you can swim across the pool and climb up the rocks just to sit right underneath the falling water.
Where: Killen Falls Dr, Tintenbar – Killen Falls are super easy to find, just minutes off the Pacific Highway near Byron Bay.

Twin Falls, Springbrook (Image from Destination Gold Coast)
Twin Falls, Springbrook (Image from Destination Gold Coast)

But it’s important to remember, whilst it’s tempting (and refreshing) to go for a swim in the rock pools and lagoons, it’s prohibited in some, so please adhere to any safety signs and be 100% sure it’s safe to swim before diving in. Also, be sure to pack closed-in shoes, plenty of water, mozzie repellent and sunscreen (the sun will still get you between the canopy).

Last but not least, take nothing but photographs and leave nothing but footprints behind!

Words by Alex Mitcheson.

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