THIS has to be one of the most freakishly talented families on the Sunshine Coast.
Diamond Valley's Cheyne and Stacey Kilburn's four children don't care much for the XBox, television or smart phones.
They're too busy unicycling, climbing trees or, as in the case of the girls, honing their exceptional dance and gymnastics skills.
Cassidy, 11, won the Sunshine Coast 'Junior' regional championship of the Get the Beat International Dance Competition in April.
The trophy is just another to add to the already bulging trophy cabinet as Cassidy has won numerous awards since she started dance when she was four-years-old.
And Montanah, who started competitive gymnastics 18-months-ago, also has more ribbons and trophies than the family can count. "
She has already won overall in local gymnastics comps for her level," Stacey said.
Brothers, Jasper, nearly 13 and Finlay, 8, play soccer and have taken part in athletics, swimming and joined their sisters on the unicycles.
The spotlight is on Cassidy at the moment who is preparing to compete in the National Championships for the Get the Beat dance Competition in September.
Stacey has credited her daughter's talent to her "dedication, hard work and effort.
"She is an incredibly hard worker," she said.
"But her dance teachers know where her strengths lie and have choreographed dances to fit her strength."
Cassidy dances for the Sunshine Coast Conservatory of Dance and teacher, Karen Manley also praised her dedication.
"She's starting to really show her strength and it's her commitment, dedication and hard work which is why, in my opinion, she's starting to get results," she said.
It may have also helped that the children are encouraged to spend time outside instead of on electronics.
Stacey said her kids were "outside most days and screen time is only used as a privilege".
"Most days they are either on skateboards, bikes, scooters, the trampoline or up trees and making their own drama or dance performances," she said.
Sometimes Cassidy and Montanah combine their skills to come up with their own special routines.
But Stacey said this doesn't happen too often as the sisters would "end up squabbling over whose ideas were the best!"
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