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Stephen Holmes, owner, and Trudi Stephens, wedding manager,
at Eves on the River, Teneriffe, toast the construction of
the near-by CityCat terminal. Picture: Peter
Cronin Source: Quest Newspapers
TENERIFFE businesses are toasting their good fortune as the
area received its first CityCat service.
Eve’s on the River owner Stephen “Chooky” Holmes said it’s
something they’ve wanted for years.
“Teneriffe has got a great historical aspect; plenty of tourists
use the CityCat so it will be great for them,” Mr Holmes said.
“Ten years ago there was myself, the blue poles bar and the fish
and chip shop, that was really it.
“Now there are dozens of coffee shops and little cafes, delis,
bottle shop, bars, everything.”
Teneriffe Progress Association interim secretary Roger Armfield
said he expected the area to follow a similar path to
Bulimba, with the CityCat adding to the local economy.
The Teneriffe terminal’s opening was not affected by the oil spill
further down the river at Hamilton.