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Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast 

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  2

Schapelle Corby was pictured spending some quality time with her friends on the Gold Coast, Queensland, on Thursday.

The convicted drug smuggler, 44, appeared in good spirits as the group visited a waterfall after grabbing lunch at the Currumbin Beach Vikings Surf Life Saving Club.

For the outing, Schapelle cut a casual figure in a vibrant blue kaftan which showed off her slender pins to perfection.

Casual chic: Schapelle Corby spent some quality time with her friends on Thursday, as she enjoyed a pub lunch and a visit to a waterfall in the Gold Coast

Casual chic: Schapelle Corby spent some quality time with her friends on Thursday, as she enjoyed a pub lunch and a visit to a waterfall in the Gold Coast

She teamed her look with a pair of thongs and a beige hat.

Schapelle wore minimal makeup for the outing, and styled her hair poker straight.

She appeared happy as she spoke to her pals on the rocks close to the water, raising a smile as the trio enjoyed their natural surroundings.

Happy: The convicted drug smuggler, 44, appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed a scenic stroll after grabbing a bite at the Currumbin Beach Vikings Surf Life Saving Club

Happy: The convicted drug smuggler, 44, appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed a scenic stroll after grabbing a bite at the Currumbin Beach Vikings Surf Life Saving Club

Taking a peek: Schapelle was seen peeping over the edge of the rocks as she conversed with her pals

Taking a peek: Schapelle was seen peeping over the edge of the rocks as she conversed with her pals

Style: For the outing, Schapelle cut a casual figure in a vibrant blue kaftan which showed off her slender pins to perfection

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  3

Style: For the outing, Schapelle cut a casual figure in a vibrant blue kaftan which showed off her slender pins to perfection

The group were then spotted enjoying a meal in the restaurant, which serves up a range of reasonably priced dishes including salads, burgers and seafood.

The sighting comes after Schapelle revealed her surprising career change following stints on SAS Australia and Dancing With The Stars.

She told The Daily Telegraph in December that she’s now a clock maker, selling handmade epoxy resin pieces for $199 each.

Chic: Schapelle wore minimal makeup for the outing, and styled her hair poker straight

Chic: Schapelle wore minimal makeup for the outing, and styled her hair poker straight

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  5

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  7

Happy: Schapelle appeared content as she sauntered around the car park in her floaty ensemble 

Yum: The pals were then seen enjoying a meal in the restaurant, which serves up a range of reasonably priced dishes including salads, burgers and seafood

Yum: The pals were then seen enjoying a meal in the restaurant, which serves up a range of reasonably priced dishes including salads, burgers and seafood

Schapelle revealed that she’s so passionate about her new project she even dreams up ideas for clock designs in her sleep.

‘Epoxy resin has become more than just a hobby for me; it really occupies most of my thoughts,’ she said.

‘This creative art form has given me so much purpose to my days; I absolutely love this passion of mine.’

Career change: The sighting comes after Schapelle revealed her surprising career change following stints on SAS Australia and Dancing With The Stars

Career change: The sighting comes after Schapelle revealed her surprising career change following stints on SAS Australia and Dancing With The Stars

How good! She told The Daily Telegraph in December that she's now a clock maker, selling handmade epoxy resin pieces for $199 each

How good! She told The Daily Telegraph in December that she’s now a clock maker, selling handmade epoxy resin pieces for $199 each

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  9

Schapelle Corby flashes her legs in a kaftan as she visits a waterfall with pals in the Gold Coast  11

Accomplished: Schapelle revealed that she’s so passionate about her new project she even dreams up ideas for clock designs in her sleep 

'Epoxy resin has become more than just a hobby for me; it really occupies most of my thoughts,' she said

‘Epoxy resin has become more than just a hobby for me; it really occupies most of my thoughts,’ she said

'This creative art form has given me so much purpose to my days; I absolutely love this passion of mine' she added

‘This creative art form has given me so much purpose to my days; I absolutely love this passion of mine’ she added

Schapelle said she sells her pieces through Instagram and does ‘all the work’ herself, including drilling and sanding.

She added that each piece, typically with a beach design, is made with love.

Schapelle made her debut as a reality star in November 2020, appearing on Seven’s SAS Australia.

Proud: Schapelle is pictured with one of her clocks, which she often shows off on Instagram

Proud: Schapelle is pictured with one of her clocks, which she often shows off on Instagram 

Hitting headlines: In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag

Hitting headlines: In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag

However, she quit just two days into the military-style show, after Firass Dirani’s antics forced the recruits to run a series of laps as a punishment.

In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag.

The world watched in May 2005 as she broke down in the Denpasar courtroom after being sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment in Kerobokan Prison.

Following a series of sentence reductions, Schapelle was released on parole in February 2014, having served nine years behind bars.

Freedom: Following a series of sentence reductions, Schapelle was released on parole in February 2014, having served nine years behind bars

Freedom: Following a series of sentence reductions, Schapelle was released on parole in February 2014, having served nine years behind bars

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