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Organic fruit, vegetables and groceries are now being delivered to Kin Kin

Freshbox.com.au is now delivering locally grown, organic fruit, vegetables, breads. Deilvery to Kin Kin State School 3pm Friday afternoons at school pick up.  Just order online by 9pm on Monday for a Friday delivery.  Payment is via their website (credit card or Paypal) and delivery is $8.

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Hire of School of Arts Hall
If you would like to hire the School of Arts Hall please contact Jo on 5485 4200.


 

Artists & Artisans

With its natural beauty and stunning landscape it is little wonder that many artists choose to settle in Kin Kin to pursue their artistic talent and passion. Various artists have established their businesses here and all reflect different artistic styles.

You'll find the contact details of  Kin Kin artists & artisans in the Business Directory.

Resident Spotlights

Steve Weis - Steve lives in Kin Kin East and has transformed his property into a magical paradise of art works. His specialty is in creative blacksmithing and what he can do with what others consider only good for the scrap yard is a very special skill indeed.

Simone Eisler - Simone has recently completed her sculpture "GROWING UP / REACHING DOWN" which is now a welcome addition to the Main Street of Kin Kin.

Keith Gall - Keith Gall has recently moved into the Cooran area. He is a well known wood artist from the mary valley. He does private sculpture commissions and public demonstrations at shows and festivals. He is a national chainsaw carving champion. Most famous for his 'Silky' statue wich features 21 Australian animals carved out of a huge silky-oak stump. He has plans to make a bronze copy of this amazing statue. A talented musician also, he plays a 12 string guitar and sings Australiana ballads and popular music from the Beatles to Led Zeppelin. Look out for keith in the area as he swaps his noisy chainsaw for a more pleasant tool of the trade.

Karen Grady - Karen lives at Black Ant Alpaca Farm in the beautiful Noosa Hinterland, Queensland, Australia. With her husband Gordon, She farms alpacas, raises silk worms and blends these wonderful fibres to create hand spun, hand woven, one-of-a-kind garments.