G’day, my name’s Cap’n McRummy, the host of The Mahi Mahi Room and since you’ve clicked on the “About Me” link I guess you’d like to know a little bit…about me…

I live a few minutes outside a small country town in south-east Queensland. I’ve lived here my whole life except for a twelve month experiment when I was younger in which I moved to the Sunshine Coast, eager for a different perspective on life.

I’m just your average Aussie bloke that enjoys the usual things blokes tend to hold dear, especially the footy and having a few quiet drinks with mates. I love music but don’t have much (if any) musical talent which limits my enjoyment to listening rather than playing. Even so that doesn’t stop me picking up the guitar and plucking the strings occasionally, much to the chagrin of the neighborhood dogs…

The fact that none of my regulars seem to remember to pay for their drinks here at The Mahi Mahi Room means I have to work a day job to make ends meet. Thankfully my immediate family all live locally which means I’ve somehow landed in the family business. The upside to that is we get to spend a lot of time together. As great as that is there are days when I’m not entirely sure if it’s actually a good thing or not. Also, being in a small town means you can’t walk too far without seeing someone you know and in that regard I’m thankful for the friendships I’ve made over the years.

I’m reasonably fit and healthy (knees and ankles excluded) due to the many years I played rugby league as well as several other sports. I’m long since retired from the more active sports and my involvement is now largely limited to watching the NRL on TV and working on my “six pack” one glass at a time.

I’m no Brad Pitt in the looks department but I’ve had my share of female admirers over the years so I mustn’t be too shabby either. In my favour, I have my own bar and can lay claim to being a budding cocktail making bartender extraordinaire, which is always a hit with the ladies (so I’m told) especially where free booze is involved. Apparently I also look pretty good to the opposite sex when viewed through very thick “beer goggles”…

So, with the formalities out of the way, pull up a stool at the bar, grab a drink and enjoy your visit