The parties never stopped
Gold Coast party house 1994, looking back as I often do, I can’t believe the fun we had at my beautiful Gold Coast home all through the 90s and beyond.
The fabulous photo shows two beautiful Argentinian girls and my late great friend AndreBuzek who lost his life in a Cuban car accident in the late 90s.
Please note, this is not part of my Travel Blog. It’s part of my personal history, check it out if you wish, also note this post contains nudity, so if you are bothered by naked humans please leave now.
Gold Coast party house
Suzie and Kandice are the two blondes but I can’t recall the name of the gorgeous Kiwi brunette.
The lovely Kiwi and Suzie Q.
Mid 90s and the action never stopped.
Suzie Q and the Kiwi
As you can imagine these two hated a good time. 🙂
View from behind
Both sides look great to me. 🙂
A classic photo at Marina Mirage
I’m with the Doc, John Hunjadi and Jim Bell.
Home sweet home
This was just before I had my jetty built, which gave me another place to hold a party. 🙂
A boat, a bird and some Stollies.
Boat drinks are the best drinks.
Alan aka “Boy of Sand”, keeping up my supply of lemons. At the time he was “Boy of Sand” and I was “Man of Steel”. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Gold Coast party house
Donna is the blonde on the left, Andre is squeezed between the sisters while Barry Kemp looks on.
Here is my great friend Harley Bradstreet.
Harley loved being the centre of attention at the Gold Coast party house.
What time can I start having fun?
Yes I admit we were feeling no pain here.
Ray Brown, Tony Murphy and David Herd
Ray Brown was a rock and roll artist from the 60s, sadly he passed away in 2007 at the age of 51.
Greenwood Hotel North Sydney
I had a nice weekend in Sydney staying at Steve Carter’s (aka Hoggie) house in Cammeray.
Naturally I took some company
Sonia was a meter maid on the Gold Coast, unfortunately after a few drinks she would lose the plot, so after 2 days I sent her back home.
Cammeray sports bar
Sonia, Rob Leslie, Steve Carter aka Hoggie at the local bar.
Sonia strikes a pose
Sonia certainly was not shy, crazy yes, but not shy.
Yum Cha in Chinatown in Sydney
Check out the old mobile phone, what a brick. 🙂
Back at the Gold Coast party house and another crazy Sonia.
What is it with dark skin girls named Sonia, are they all crazy? 🙂 I was having dinner at a restaurant in a Gold Coast apartment building, after a few drinks Sonya stripped down to her underwear, walked through the restaurant and dived in the pool. It certainly stopped traffic and caused a ripple of whispered conversation throughout the restaurant. 🙂
Out of focus Sonia
Out of focus is fine with me.
In focus Sonia
Lisa from Melbourne and Dennis “the hyena” Freeman. My thanks to John Sinclair for the perfect nickname.
Helen Burke and Martin from Melbourne.
Helen and I were an item way back in 1982, we had a lot of fun together. We caught up again last year in October 2014 at her winery in Dromana in Victoria.
Here we are in Hawaii in 1982 on the way home from America. Helen’s other boyfriend was a high roller from Melbourne, an Austrian called Willie. In the 2 months we were away we constantly played backgammon for money. When Helen lost she would settle the bet by paying for hotels and restaurants using Willie’s credit card.This was her revenge for Willie playing around with lots of other girls, I never found out what Willie’s revenge was. 🙂
Meet my new girlfriend Carolyn
Towards the end of 1994 Carolyn Clarke and I started going out together. She was and still is a terrific girl, we had a lot of fun in the following 12 months.
Carolyn and her gilfriends
That’s tricky Vicky on the left and Amanda Hassel on the right. My caption for this shot has always been “guess which girl has a boyfriend”. 🙂
Coffs Harbour with Murphy.
Tony was the local weather man on channel 10, I remember an unkind viewer writing to the station and calling Tony a “prancing Pillock”, for those who are not sure what that means, check it out here. Tony was originally a Sydney disc jockey in the 60s, even after all these years he still has a great radio voice.
New Years Eve at Coffs Harbour
Great memories from the 90s.
Thanks for visiting my 90s nostalgia kick at my Gold Coast party house.
I finish the way I started with a stunning shot of this beautiful Argentinian Princess. Have a listen to my song that tells you how I felt in 1994, exactly how I feel today.
RIP Andre Buzek and Ray Brown.
That’s all folks
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