The Real McCaul
"The Real McCaul" Paul, Oosaar and their daughter Melody McCaul make quality leather apparel at home or their Eumundi shop.

The Real McCaul

Forty seven years ago in the peaceful coastal hinterland of Northern NSW, Paul McCaul started creating apparel out of spent calico flour bags, making for himself anything that he needed.…

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Top of the crop
Eggplant was among the produce offered for sale at the Eumundi Market on Saturday by David Smith, 18, of Cooroy (Sunshine Coast Daily, Monday, July 7, 1980.)

Top of the crop

On this day July 7, 1980 in the first edition of the Sunshine Coast Daily, the Eumundi Markets were making news.   Markets under threat (Sunshine Coast Daily, Monday, July…

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EUMUNDI says thank you

Sunday (today) in EUMUNDI where businesses say thank you for your support. Eumundi's small businesses with big heart welcome you to a special day to celebrate many reopening and say…

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Wednesday Markets

There are FIVE markets in our town run by different groups or individuals which is sometimes not obvious to the general tourist or visitor. The Original Eumundi Markets, Pavilion Markets,…

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