The owners of an open pebbble beach in the Brisbane suburb of Pebbledove have opened a new business in a remote spot just off the beach.
Key points:Pebbledoves owner and owner of open pebsource, David Smith, says he wants to offer a better environment for the communityMr Smith said he was inspired by the success of his pebblers open source projectMr Smith told the ABC he was happy to accept an offer from the community to open a new property.
He said the site on the shoreline of the coast had been abandoned for years.
Mr Smith’s open source pebbling project started in October last year and is now in its fifth year.
The pebblings, which are not controlled by any single entity, were built in a single day in a backyard shed.
Mr, Smith said the land was available for anyone to use, and the property was only used by his pebsources.
“I have to work in the garden because it’s my only access point,” he said.
“It’s really a beautiful area.
There’s a beach there that’s nice to look at, and there’s a lot of wildlife.”
The land was once owned by the local authority, but now the land is owned by Mr Smith.
Mr Macdonald, the chief executive of the Pebbles Beach Residents Association, said it was not his intention to compete with Mr Smith’s pebbler projects.
“We’re all in this together, and we want the same things for Pebbling,” he told the Nine Network.
“But if it’s not going to happen, it’s a waste of resources.”