It’s the Villager that makes the Village

Main Beach, Villagers and Vibes

Our Village Vibe is no accident, it has emerged from the grass roots level of our Main Beach Villagers and their Vibes that have risen up from our may layers of resources, and the people who make it what it is – let me explain, but firstly thank you and Main Beach Travel for supporting our Village building efforts –

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Swimming with the Vibe

Villagers building a Village one great experience at a time

The Main Beach Villagers and their Vibes close out on 2019.
As 2019 closes out, I reflect back, and could not help thinking that it was a little over 2 years ago when two women with vision, skills and passion to burn took a leap of faith and unleashed Villager vibe that not many saw coming. Kelly and Jenna have smashed it out with their Hot Shott experience. They have redefined the corner of Tedder and Woodroffe Avenues. Beau and his Blacksmith team have rallied to the rhythm and upstairs Fitness World has it’s edgy personal training studio, with more Vibrant Villagers – Priscila, Thiago and Jason who are ready to whip your mojo back to the awesome.

Flowers on Tedder continue to set a very high standard that is hard to top, and played a significant role in the Main Beach Spring Flower Festival success. Mia Armstrong has relocated her Bohemian Hair Artistry a couple of doors down next to Margarita’s K9 Organics – Mia has set another level of vibe in motion with her very stylish and artistic studio fit out, so great to see.

I know I am conveniently skipping through the list but at the other end of Tedder, Michael’s Main Beach Optical, Shona’s Barbers on Tedder and Annette’s new MBPS rental division all look stunning. Frank and Donna’s Hard Coffee has skyrocketed on the back of great service and villager culture, Sotheby’s Real Estate is stunning, and did you notice Main Wave Restaurant’s new attractive awning keeping you cool over this hot summer?

Get Wet in Seaworld Drive has a fantastic trendy little cafe called Get Coffee – with an easy as atmosphere. Kerrie and Neil’s Seaway Kiosk is going gangbusters.

2019 has been a fab year for Main Beach, setting the stage for an exciting 2020 – at least from a Villager point of view – devoid of political influences.

Boy that was a mouthful !

Ps take a look at this comment that came in on a Villagers experience with K9 Organics

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