The kitchen has been redone. 44 Djerral Ave, Burleigh Heads is set to go to auction.THROUGHOUT its 50 years this home, known as Kiama, has undergone some tasteful renovations to retain its traditional features while keeping pace with the times. The name Kiama is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning “place where the sea makes a noise”.It’s a fitting moniker for this Koala Park haven, close to Tallebudgera Creek and fronting a national park. The doors are still originals.“The doors are possibly still originals, they are traditional in Queensland beach homes to allow for good airflow,” Mr Mathias said. “The other big plus is the garden area – a lot of work and time has gone into it.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours agoKiama has 50 years of history.Kiama, was built to last, but the 50-year-old classic has been freshened up with its last renovation in 2010.“The previous owners had done some renovations, and I did some work too,” said vendor John Mathias, who is selling after seven years to relocate to Springbrook. The kitchen, bathrooms, tiling and roof were redone but its original cypress pine frame remains.