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Bingo! THE Kingston Seniors Festival is 30 years old. Established in 1982, the festival celebrates the accomplishments and value of older people within the community. The festival, which runs throughout October, includes about 200 free or low-cost events and activities to encourage community involvement by seniors. The festival is a partnership between council and a range of community groups and businesses. Pictured from left are Parkdale Mordialloc Combined Pensioners members Norma Rundell, Pat Thorne and Julie Martin at a bingo afternoon at Walter Galt Reserve in Parkdale. Contact Mordialloc Combined Pensioners president Julie Martin on 0428 561 6940 for details of future bingo afternoons. Kingston Seniors Festival Program booklets are available at Kingston Customer Service Centres and libraries and online at au/seniors Picture: Yanni

Election ‘bully’ ruckus By Jo Winterbottom A LIBERAL state upper house MP again faces accusations of attempting to interfere in local government after using parliamentary privilege to air allegations of bullying at Kingston Council. South Eastern Metropolitan MP Inga Peulich named three Kingston councillors currently the subject of a confidential investigation into allegations of bullying made by a senior officer at

the council. Her comments have been used in election material distributed by council candidates including Justin Scott, a Liberal Party member who is running in South Ward, in the lead up to council elections later this month. Retiring Kingston councillor Arthur Athanasopoulos, said Mrs Peulich’s comments were the latest salvo in the “the schemes of the Peulich family” to disrupt the council. “This is the most cynical attack on


council I have ever seen,” he said. “I have served four terms as both a councillor and mayor and not until this term have I ever seen such blatant attacks on individuals. “The timing of this attack in parliament could not have been more malicious or cunning. “It’s obvious to Blind Freddy that they are behind all the innuendo, schemes and disruptions to council getting on with the business of govern-

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Police search for body of evidence By Jo Winterbottom POLICE divers returned to Mordialloc Creek on Tuesday 9 October to search for evidence in the murder of 30-yearold Camberwell man Adam Troy Williams. Homicide squad detectives are still looking for the wheelie bin in which they believe Mr Williams’ body was disposed after he was allegedly murdered in St Kilda last December. They believe it could provide evi-

dence for the trial of three men charged with his murder and a further two men and a women charged with accessory to murder. It was not found during the search on Tuesday 9 October. The City of Port Phillip bin with Mr Williams’ remains was allegedly left beside Mordialloc Creek about 2 January and police believe it was moved during the Clean Up Australia campaign between Sunday 4 and Tuesday 6 March.

Clean up volunteers placed the bin in a carpark off Governor Rd on the northern side of the creek and it was emptied into a Kingston Council rubbish truck a few weeks later. Adam Williams’ remains are believed to be in the Clayton South Regional Landfill, but police said there would be no search of the tip. A police spokeswoman said: “Due to the size of the landfill site, the length of time since the disposal and the lim-

Council ‘bullying’ claims aired Continued from page 1 Paul Peulich is seeking re-election to Kingston Council in North Ward, where he is up against Cr Steve Staikos, an Australian Labor Party member, one of the people named by Mrs Peulich. The other two councillors named were Rosemary West (Central Ward) and Trevor Shewan (South Ward). All three are known for their support of protecting the green wedge from further development, a stance which often finds them on the opposite side of the debate to Cr Peulich. “It is no accident that these false accusations and Mr Scott’s flier are aimed at the three councillors who most strongly support protecting Kingston’s green wedge,” Cr Shewan said. Mrs Peulich’s speech in parliament

on Wednesday 10 October was made in the section of debate reserved for “statements on reports and papers”. She began by referring to the annual report of the Department of Planning of Community Development and had mentioned the bullying allegations at Kingston by the end of the first paragraph of her speech. Later the same day she again spoke on the matter, claiming it could cost the council $1.2 million in costs if the allegations were proven. Legislative Council president Bruce Atkinson drew members’ attention to what he described as two “matters of concern” regarding Mrs Peulich’s speeches. “I accept that there has been a complaint, but it is a complaint by way of allegation, the result of which is yet to

be determined,” he said. He also questioned Mrs Peulich’s claims on costs. “I’m not sure that that can be speculated upon at this point,” he said. Mrs Peulich faced accusations of interfering in local government in July 2010 when Mr Lenders, then treasurer in the Brumby Government, said her office had provided Cr Peulich with the wording of motions he put to council. Cr Peulich was employed as an electorate officer in his mother’s office before entering local government. The Local Government Act was amended in 2009 to prohibit councillors from holding employment with a member of parliament. Cr Peulich did not return calls from The News.

ited information available as to where the actual disposal site was, police do not believe a search would uncover the body of Mr Williams.” Search and rescue squad divers searched the creek last month and set up an information caravan in Attenborough Park in an effort to gather further information about the bin. “Detectives would like to advise that any information received in relation to the bin will remain confidential

and would like to stress that anyone who may have removed the bin from the area has nothing to fear from contacting the police,” the spokeswoman said. The six people charged in relation to Mr Williams murder will appear in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 20 December. Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or

Going postal for council election BALLOT packs have been mailed out to households for the City of Kingston council election. A large field of 52 candidates are competing for nine seats on Kingston Council. The city’s three wards - Central Ward, South Ward and North Ward are represented by three councillors each. All sitting councillors, apart from North Ward councillor Arthur Athanasopoulos who is retiring after 12 years’ service, have put themselves forward for a further four-year term on council.

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Novel idea leads to PhD for writer By Jo Winterbottom A CHANCE meeting in outback western Queensland became the inspiration for Glenice Whitting to complete a PhD at the age of 71. It is the culmination of a learning journey which began 21 years ago for Dr Whitting, a long-time resident of Patterson Lakes. “My son graduated from university and I thought, ‘Gee, I left school at 14, there’s a big difference here’,” she remembered. Though she was happy working as a hairdresser, she enrolled at a TAFE college to study the VCE and has never stopped studying since. TAFE studies in professional and creative writing came next, then an arts degree, followed by a Master of Arts and now a PhD. “Two women, two countries, one dream,” is how she described the novel she has written for her PhD thesis, which also explores how women record and share their stories through oral stories, personal letters, emails and journals. Hens Lay, People Lie is a fictional story based around Dr Whitting’s penfriendship with Mickey, a poet from the United States whom she met while on an outback camping trip 35 years ago. The letters of that relationship formed the basis of the book and led Dr Whitting to explore how “imaginative writing with factual material” has traditionally been a “safe space” for women to tell their stories and share knowledge. “In this space, women find their own creative voice, write their stories and

understand themselves,” she said. “I look at the letters that I wrote to Mickey as my apprenticeship as a writer. She was very well educated and had travelled the world and it inspired me to start experimenting.” Dr Whitting’s first novel, Pickle to Pie, is about a grandson of German immigrants growing up in Footscray during the 1900s. It was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards. Based on her father’s life and the experiences of her German-Australian relatives during and after World War II, the ideas for the story grew from family secrets and silences that she became aware of as an adult. “Writing was a terrific way for me to work through my German ancestry,” Dr Whitting said. “Dad didn’t tell us his story, so I was writing his story for my kids. Writing is fabulous way to work through issues; I felt an incredible freedom after I had written that story.” Having told her father’s story, she turned to her own in Hens Lay, People Lie, a working title for the book, which is yet to be published. Based on fact and extensive research in Australia and the US, it is a fictionalised account. “Life’s stories can be boring for those not involved in them,” Dr Whitting admitted. “You take the nucleus of the facts of your life and then you have fun and play with it.‘What if this happened’ is the question I often ask. I killed myself off in my first book; that was fun.” Glenice Whitting’s output includes scripts, blogging, short stories and an ebook called Inspiring Women, written under the pen name Penny White.

She is a member of three writing groups, including the Mordialloc Writers, and has worn the keys off several computers given to her by her son Paul, an IT engineer who assisted her with IT requirements and buckets of encouragement. He is planning a graduation party for his mum. “From VCE to PhD is a like marathon run - it’s your support team that gets you through,” Dr Whitting said. “When you leave school at 14, you doubt whether you have the ability to do this. It’s just one step at a time and then another opportunity presents and it scares you, but you give it a go. Whenever I have thought, ‘I can’t do this’, something has always happened to help me do it.” Little encouragements along the way help; such as being invited to join the Golden Key International Honour Society, an elite group for top ranking students to which Dr Whitting was admitted at the completion of her undergraduate studies. “That’s one of the things that gave me the confidence to continue,” she said. It also helped her win a scholarship to pay for the expenses of her PhD studies. “It gave me some financial freedom; for once in my life my writing was not a drain on the family finances,” she said. After four years of full-time study, including regular 3am starts to fit in writing work around other commitments, Dr Whitting has declined offers to teach at university and is looking forward to reading for pleasure and perhaps teaching at a community house.

She is excited by new media – emails are “brilliant” and text messages are “like little postcards”. Her advice for aspiring writers is to keep a journal. “Just grab an ordinary exercise book

and when you get an idea or memory, just right it down, don’t worry what it sounds like,” she said. “I never intended to do this [complete a PhD], it was always just one step at a time.”

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Sun’s activity makes for awesome auroras By Mike Hast LONG, cold nights perched behind a camera on a Flinders beach have paid off spectacularly for Seaford photo­ grapher Steven Kuiter. Mr Kuiter, 31, captured images of the Southern Aurora, also known as Aurora Australis, on the evening of Monday 8 October and the results are causing a stir on the internet, where he and his photography mates try to outdo each other with their experimental photos. The former Patterson River secon­ dary student, who says he failed photo­graphy because he was “no good at the written side”, may have bragging rights for a few weeks. Mr Kuiter has spent many nights at Flinders this year seeking to capture the elusive aurora in a year where the Sun has been producing powerful coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Auroras are created when energetic charged particles from the Sun collide with the Earth’s the high altitude at­ mos­phere. Next year will be even more spec­ tacular when the Sun reaches the peak output of an 11-year cycle. People are surprised when shown photos of the Southern Aurora, Mr Kuiter says. “I didn’t know you could capture auroras from Australia; I thought you had to go to Antarctica,” is a common reaction. Most associate images of auroras

Starry, starry night: The Southern Aurora photographed with the camera shutter open for a longer period shows a trail of stars and planets. Picture: Steven Kuiter

with the northern hemisphere, where far more people live closer to the North Pole in countries like Finland, Sweden, Norway, Russia and Canada. Mr Kuiter receives text alerts about expected CMEs and heads down to Flinders, the best location in the region for night sky photography. It’s dark because of few street and house lights, and the beach beside the golf

course faces due south to Bass Strait. On the Monday night he arrived at a spot near West Head at about 9pm and the picture on this page was taken about 10pm. The skywatchers stayed till 3am. Mr Kuiter said he and his friends have thought about jumping on a plane to Tasmania “but there’s no guarantee of the aurora making an appearance”.

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“You could spend many weeks in a place like Finland and not see the Northern Aurora,” he said, although going to northern Europe is an am­ bition. Mr Kuiter also photographs wildlife and it’s not hard to understand why – his father Rudi Kuiter is a renowned underwater photographer and his mother Alison Kuiter is well known for her images of terrestrial nature. Her work has featured in newspapers, magazines and calendars. Mother and son had photos of ducks published on promotional material for an Australia Post series of bird stamps earlier this year. Mr Kuiter took photos of Lead­ beater’s possum in disputed logging areas in central Victoria this year, sometimes standing or sitting for hours to catch the rare and elusive animal, the state’s threatened faunal emblem. The same patience, determination and technical skill is needed to capture a possum as the Southern Aurora. n  For the technically-minded, Mr Kuiter used small format Nikon cameras – a D300s and D7000 – 35mm and 11-16mm lenses, and 30 second exposures. He shoots long exposures on cloudless nights to get the star trail effect.

The International Youth Silent Film Festival is coming to Kingston. The festival, first held in the US, is a chance for filmmakers aged under 20 to create a modern version of a silent film and see it on the big screen with live organ accompaniment. Submissions will open soon and the deadline is 9 September 2013. Screenings and the award night will take place at Kingston City Hall in Moorabbin on 19 October 2013. Finalists from the Victoria regionals will compete with global finalists for the International Prize to be awarded during the International Awards Ceremony and Screening held at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon in the US in June 2014. Festival president Jon ‘JP’ Palanuk said the Kingston City Hall was a perfect fit for the festival’s global expansion. “The City of Kingston competition marks the continued growth of the festival in Australia, and I look forward to travelling to the region to see firsthand what the Aussies will create.” Kingston City Council CEO John Nevins said the event would be a wonderful opportunity for the city. “With renowned organist Nathan Avakian set to play the film scores live, Kingston has an exciting opportunity to put the Mighty Wurlitzer organ at the Arts Centre on the map,” he said. Visit or or contact the organisers at for further information.

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ments in 2011-12, all required an urgent response or assistance. “If you require urgent assistance, you should call triple zero (000) immediately,” Mr Corcoran emphasised. If going boating: n have a well-maintained and safe vessel n carry a life jacket for each person on board and know when they will need to wear one n have the right safety equipment and that it is in good working order n  check the weather conditions at n have enough fuel for your trip n tell someone where you will launch from, where you are going and when you expect to return. The Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic) took effect on 1 July 2012 and under the Act recreational boaters have a greater responsibility for safety. The Victorian Recreational Boating Handbook can be downloaded from the TSV website at or pick up a copy from a VicRoads office.

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IN an Australian radio first, the peninsula’s community station RPP-FM will recreate the legendary War of the Worlds radio broadcast on Halloween, Wednesday 31 October. One of the stars of the 1953 movie, Ann Robinson, is helping promote the RPP broadcast and will be interviewed on RPP’s Friday on My Mind program, hosted by Chelsea resident Phil Wall and John Wells. The crew will also talk with a resident of Grovers Mill, the town in New Jersey in which the radio play was set, who runs a War of the Worlds theme café. On Sunday 30 October 1938, millions of American radio listeners were shocked when radio news alerts announced the arrival of Martians. They panicked when they heard about the Martians’ ferocious and seem­ ingly unstoppable attack on Earth. Many ran from their homes screaming and others packed up their cars and fled. What listeners heard was a portion of Orson Welles’s adaptation of the book War of the Worlds by H G Wells. This was before television – radio was the main form of entertainment with millions of people sitting around their radios listening to drama, comedy and music shows. Seventy-four years after the Halloween blockbuster sent shock waves across America and the world, RPP-FM will faithfully recreate the historic radio drama. The show will be a special event from the Friday on My Mind team, who earlier this year presented a Cop Shop reunion show. “The Halloween broadcast will be amazing,” Phil Wall said. “It will be in front of a live audience in the station’s BlueScope performance studio and we have a great director in Colin Budds as

well as John Orcsik and his team from The Australian Film and Television Academy. “We’ll be joined live from Hollywood by Ann Robinson, the female lead in the original 1953 Paramount Pictures movie version of the story. “It will be incredible having Ann on the show. She was a member of one of the most iconic War of the Worlds episodes,” John Wells said. Ann Robinson was a stunt horse rider and then actor whose first leading role was as Sylvia Van Buren in the War of the Worlds. Other films followed and she also starred opposite Jack Webb in the radio and television series Dragnet, between 1947 and 1970. n Friday on My Mind is on 9-11am Fridays on RPP-FM 98.7 and 98.3.

Shocked a nation: Left, Ann Robinson, the female lead in the original 1953 Paramount Pictures movie of War of the Worlds. Above, Gene Barry and Ann Robinson in a scene from the movie. Below, Phil Wall and John Wells rehearsing for the War of the Worlds radio broadcast. Image by Yanni.

Protest over water HQ By Jo Winterbottom THE manager of Frankston’s Landmark building, tenants and environment groups have joined forces to protest the proposed 10-storey South East Water headquarters beside Kananook Creek. The meeting was organised and chaired by David Minty of CBRE, the company that manages Landmark, Frankston’s premier office building, which looks set to be dwarfed by the water authority’s HQ to be built on a car park between Playne and Wells streets. Tenants of the five-storey Landmark will lose Port Phillip views and access to car parking, but Mr Minty played down suggestions the property could be significantly devalued. “My clients’ concerns are the impact it will have on the foreshore, the gross overdevelopment of the site and the reduction in public carparking,” he said after the meeting. He would not disclose the estimated value of the Landmark build-

ing or its owner. Along with about 20 people at the meeting, he accused Frankston Council of “secrecy” in its dealings to woo South East Water and its 700 employees to the city. “The whole process has been done behind closed doors,” he said. It was decided to canvas candidates in the upcoming council elections to determine their views on the controversial development. There was a warning for the state government – expect a backlash against Liberal MP Geoff Shaw, who was described as a “local member on the brink”. He holds the seat of Frankston by a margin of just 2.1 per cent and is being investigated by the Ombudsman over alleged misuse of his parliamentary car. Frankston accountant Tom Pender, who has offices in Playne St, told the meeting the council and SEW could bypass many standard procedures and regulations as they were government entities negotiating directly.

“There is definitely a loophole that allows these two bodies to undertake the transaction without going through some of the usual channels,” he said. SEW was made a statutory authority on 1 July; the deal with City of Frankston was announced on 2 July. Mr Pender said that after discussions with the council he had concluded the council would have little say on the final shape of the development. “Control rests with South East Water and [Planning] Minister [Matthew] Guy has ultimate control,” he said. There was general agreement the size, position and building owner would see the planning minister “call in” the project or the council would ask him to do so. The minister would oversee the project and it would not be subject to local planning laws. The meeting was told architects were working to “secret design principals” and planning laws

would be waived, including the 20metre height limit. There was concern the building with a large atrium would be too large and the design too “industrial” for the creek-front site and that it would set a precedent for other landowners who wanted to develop creek-front land. Gould St resident and community activist Hillary Poad said the SEW building could be “two or three times the size of the Peninsula Centre”, which has 10 storeys. Frankston Council sold the car park to SEW for $4 million in September, claimed by many at the meeting to be below market value. Frankston Council said it was a coup to lure SEW from the City of Kingston and two smaller offices in Lynbrook and Dandenong South. Acting Frankston CEO Jane Homewood said the deal had been brokered over 18 months against stiff opposition from other municipalities, including Dandenong, and would “contribute $115 million a year to the economy”.

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The Victorian Government has committed to installing pedestrian traffic lights on Edithvale Road, outside of Edithvale Primary School. I have welcomed the $204,000 investment, as there have been serious traffic incidents on Edithvale Road and many of my constituents have voiced their concerns to me. The crossing will ensure the safety of the students and the wider school community whilst crossing Edithvale Road, a road that has 15,500 traffic movements a day during the working week. The new crossing will be installed and operational by May 2013. The community has welcomed news that the Launching Way facility at Patterson River is now operational and manned. The Victorian Government has given a new 5 year lease to the former tenant and long-time operators, Trevor and Lynette Hogan to manage the Launching Way facility. The lease honours the Victorian Government’s commitment to maintaining a staffed presence at Victoria’s busiest and highest capacity boat ramp. This ensures there is boating and safety advice on hand with staff able to provide advice on the weather, fishing and boating regulations, where the fish are biting, food and supplies, as well as providing a heightened level of security. Last week I was thrilled to host the ‘Century Club’ afternoon tea alongside Premier Ted Baillieu MLA and the Minister for Health and Ageing the Hon David Davis MLC, in honour of those Victorians who have lived for 100 years or more. The event was held in Queen’s Hall at Parliament House and was attended by a total of 51 centenarians and over 60 carers and family members. The centenarians, with more than 5,100 years between them, travelled great distances to attend the afternoon tea. Some guests even travelled as far as Horsham, Ballarat and Benalla. It was a pleasure to host four very special ladies from Patterson Lakes, Chelsea, Seaford and Aspendale Gardens - Florence Close, Winifred Curry, Isabelle Murtagh and Coraline Uren. I’ve recently sent out a mailout to all of my constituents who are over the age of 60, along with some ‘do not knock’ stickers. The feedback I’ve had has been wonderful, with lots of suggestions as to ways we can make our community an even better place to live and work. If you would like to receive a ‘do not knock’ sticker please contact my office. I’m interested in hearing your ideas and views. Please email me at donna.bauer@parliament. or call my office on 9772 4544. You can also follow me on Twitter at, like me on Facebook, or visit my website at

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Frankston SES attended the Edithvale incident to help police clear the train and direct people to buses. Train services were disrupted for almost 6 hours, with buses running between stations from Caulfield to Frankston. Many commuters faced long queues and even longer travel times as buses struggled to cope with the peak hour rush.

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Building centre opens A NEW centre for building and renovation services and ideas was officially opened in Braeside. Minister for Planning Matthew Guy and Mordialloc MP Lorraine Wreford joined building industry types at the opening of the $3 million Home Concept Centre in Boundary Rd. With more than 20 builders and about 100 building suppliers, design, and service companies involved in the venture, it is being touted as

a “one stop shop for anyone building or renovating their home”. Ms Wreford said the opening was “a sure sign that the building industry and economy is in good shape in Victoria”. Centre director David Fehily said the centre would allow small to medium builders to engage directly with the public. The Designer Homes Concepts Centre is at 112 Boundary Rd, Braeside.






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Port Phillip five-year clean-up plan By Jo Winterbottom THE state government has released a five-year plan to clean up Port Phillip and the Yarra River. The plan gives Port Phillip a tick for good health, but says “we still have work to do”. Port Phillip “baykeeper” Neil Blake of Port Phillip Ecocentre welcomed the plan, saying it was pleasing to see various government bodies and organisations working together. He singled out one of the plan’s four key priorities – support for community action – as a way of involving more people in care of Port Phillip. “It’s pleasing to see there is going to be encouragement for people to get involved and be active in community groups,” he said. “The bay is still there and it will continue to serve us well as long as we give it some TLC.” The plan includes $20 million for Communities for Nature grants to “encourage environmental citizenship”. The other “key priorities” include clearer and more responsive management, preventing pollution and reducing litter, and providing accessible information about water health. Management responsibilities have been streamlined so that the Department of Sustainability and Environment will ultimately have responsibility for Port Phillip, with Melbourne Water the peak body for the Yarra. The Environment Protection Authority will manage assessment and reporting of water quality problems. Flinders federal MP and Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt

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applauded plans for better and more open water quality monitoring. “This will make it easier for communities to access water quality data, become better informed and therefore better motivated to protect the bay,” he said. He would like to see Port Phillip and its catchment area the “cleanest urban waterway in the southern hemisphere”. The report predicts increasing pressure on waterways from extreme weather events, which are forecast to increase as a result of climate change.

“Recent heavy rain highlights how extreme weather events can degrade water quality and affect the amenity of the Yarra and bay,” it says. It cited a large algal bloom that formed in Port Phillip in January caused by hot weather followed by heavy rain. “The bloom was associated with poor water quality and fish deaths. “Large bloom events can stress aquatic animals by reducing the available oxygen in the water, clogging gills or producing toxins.

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“In January, the dead algae washed up on several beach [on] the Mornington Peninsula, affecting the use of beaches for swimming and other recreational pursuits.” The plan will target “pollution hotspots” throughout the catchment area and offers tips for simple actions to reduce contaminants ending up in Port Phillip. The report states that marine pollution, habitat destruction and international aquarium trade are the biggest threats to the weedy seadragon, Victo-

Area: 1950 square km. Coastline: 264 km. Name: Named after the first Governor of New South Wales, Arthur Phillip. Ports: Port of Melbourne is Australia’s busiest port, supporting 15,000 jobs and $82 billion annual imports and exports. Home to: More than 1000 species of marine plants and animals including dolphins, penguins and the weedy seadragon. Industries: Commercial fishing and aquaculture industries totalling $10 million a year are dependent on the bay’s clean water. Recreation: Coastal parks and beaches, boating, swimming, fishing and diving.

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READY, STEADY..RENOVATE! Renovators, take your marks! Ripe and ready for a cheerful modern makeover, this exceptionally well-priced 3BR home in perenially popular leafy Lakewood will have investors, first home buyers and serial property developers champing at the bit. Stripped out and ready for a new lease on life or, roll up your sleeves and capitalise on a great position moments from schools, shops and transport or start from the ground up with a good-sized 738sqm (approx.) building site offering potential for dual occupany (STCA). Private and secure, features include lounge with gas heating, open-plan kitchen/meals, three good-sized bedrooms, separate bathroom and laundry. AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

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Saturday 27th October at 11am 10% Deposit / Balance 60 days $275,000-$300,000 Saturday 11-11.30am John Young 0412 766 804 James Crowder 0407 813 377

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The jewel in the crown NESTLED on the shores of Lake Carramar and built to incorporate the lake views into every facet of your day, this stunning home brings lakeside living to another level. The home has a modern and contemporary look and is overflowing with quality design finishes that instantly establish it as house of distinction. From the formal entry you can get a glimpse of the lake beyond, but it is the feeling of spaciousness that impresses. For some homes, the separate living area found upon entry would be a fine sitting room or formal lounge, but this home has an emphasis on enjoyment and the area has been made into a home theatre with space for a row of comfy chairs and speakers. Further on is a full-length, open-plan area that offers an array of dining and entertaining options. The kitchen has a long island bench, perfect for breakfasts and there is a comfortable, more formal dining area. The kitchen has a dishwasher and underbench oven. The whole area looks across to the lake and is flooded with natural light. Increasing the space even more is a fabulous undercover patio that seamlessly blends itself with the pool area, that is discreetly secured behind glass balustrades. Featuring a complete outdoor kitchen with rotisserie, pizza oven, barbeque, a sink with running hot and cold water plus fridge this incredible “outdoor room” even has tiered, landscaped gardens and pavers that take you right to the water’s edge. This splendid entertaining area is in addition to the upstairs rumpus room that has access onto the balcony from where you can look down on all the activities below. There are a total of five bedrooms; four have built-in robes and the master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe.

Address: 12 Kalang Court, PATTERSON LAKES Price: $966,000 Agency: Patterson Lakes Real Estate, Shop 1 Harbour Plaza, 11 Thompson Road, Patterson Lakes, 9773 3888 Agent: Gary Wheeldon, 0411 106 894

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Permission to come aboard COMPLETE with its own floating boat pontoon, this architect-designed home has been extensively renovated and for new owners there is just the simple matter of turning the key and moving straight in. The nautical lifestyle on offer is complemented by the expansive water views and your own little patch of beach. There are four spacious bedrooms, including the upstairs main bedroom that has an ensuite with spa bath, walkin robes and private balcony. From the main living area, trendy bi-fold doors open onto a covered alfresco entertaining area featuring a cedar-lined cabana with free-standing spa. The exquisite kitchen has glass splashbacks and to the left is a step-down formal lounge and games room. The timber floors throughout the hallways and living areas add further appeal. Modern conveniences found throughout the home include split-system air-conditioning, ducted vacuum and alarm systems and on the street side of the home is a double garage. Address: 7 Cocos Court, PATTERSON LAKES Price: $1,275,000 Agency: Eview Chelsea, 436 Nepean Highway, Chelsea, 8773 1888 Agent: George Begala, 0412 133 906

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chelsea office 436 Nepean Highway Chelsea


Andrew Melas 0409 920 917

8773 1888

Harcourts SINCE 1888

Chelsea 463 Nepean Highway 03 9772 7077




Chelsea Heights 1 Immerset Drive



Chelsea 23 Glenbrook Avenue




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Exceptional Low-Maintenance Home

A most elegant combination of classical & contemporary architecture with careful consideration paid to the finer details which is evident in the finishing and decor touches throughout. Set on 1100-square metres (approx.) the indoor living makes a smooth transition to the outdoors, with the interior space extending to the deck & pool area. A gentle stroll leads you to the ‘full size, NS mod grass tennis court. The living spaces have a timber finish and open to the fresh air & natural light. The kitchen is a delight to behold, with stone benches throughout and the very best appliances & fittings have been selected as signatures of the design vision. Comprising of four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two powder rooms, living & dining, through to the roaring log fire - your home is complete.

This low maintenance home tells a story. A tale of getting your weekends back, told by a fabulous list of highlights for a guaranteed fairy-tale ending. A list including 3 bedrooms, single garage and a bathroom, a fully-fenced block and outdoor entertaining area. And let’s not forget the open-plan design and refreshingly realistic price. Plus you’ll particularly like the ultra-modern bedrooms, much-loved residential area, great floor plan and quiet location. It boasts a dreamlike position too just moments to Bicentennial Park and a 15 minute walk from Chelsea Train Station. All positioned in a well regarded block of units. With a reserve price of just $395,000 and with such an array of features, this unit will go very quickly. Don’t miss out.

Auction Saturday 27th October at 12.00pm View / vcs6833 Open Wednesday 6.30-7.00pm & Saturday 11.30-11.50am

Auction Price View Open

Robyn Courtney M 0416 755 523 Stavros Ambatzidis M 0409 708 000


Saturday 27th October at 11.00am Reserve price $395,000 / vcs 6858 Saturday 10.30-10.50am

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Edithvale 275 & 276 Nepean Highway



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Pole position with bargain price tag - Two Freehold Opportunities

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These 2 retail shops situated near one of Edithvale’s best corners are to be auctioned. Position yourself for success in the entrance growth corridor of the Edithvale shopping strip, meters from the beach and opposite the Train Station a prime opportunity exists to purchase not one but 2 commercial freeholds side by side with a total land size of 345sqm. Offering vacant possession and opportunity to develop upstairs apartments (STCA). Theses 2 properties will be auctioned one at a time. Don’t let this opportunity go by.

On the lookout for a first home which is fully renovated? How about cathedral ceilings in living areas? Floorboards throughout and outdoor area? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, then you’ll kick yourself if you miss this home. And the highlights continue, with 3 bedrooms, double carport and 1 bathroom. Add to that sunny aspect, garden shed and low maintenance yard. Plus you’ll especially like the easy-clean kitchen and private layout. And it boasts a location to match; just a 10 minute drive from the Peninsula Campus of Monash University, a 15 minute cycle from Leawarra Station and a 10 minute walk from Heatherhill Road Shops. All set on a good sized 322sqm approx. block of land.

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276 Nepean Hwy, Edithvale

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Size: 92sqm Rent: $17,000p/a


Combined Land Size: 345sqm All measurements and potential rentals are approximates. All prospective purchasers should endeavour to make their own investigations.

Auction Saturday 27th October at 1.00pm View / vcs5387 Open Saturday 12.30-12.50pm Stavros Ambatzidis M 0409 708 000


Auction Saturday 20th October at 2.00pm Price Range $330,000 - $360,000 View / vcs 6838 Open Saturday 1.30-2.00pm Stavros Ambatzidis M 0409 708 000 E

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Chelsea 463 Nepean Highway 03 9772 7077



4 Adelong Court, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: $460,000 - $490,000

56 Hughes Avenue, EDITHvALE




For Sale: $590,000 plus buyers

23 Glenbrook Avenue, CHELSEA




Auction: Sat 27th October at 11am

4/38 Woodbine Grove, CHELSEA




Auction: Sat 10th November at 11am

102 Elsie Grove CHELSEA




For Sale: $590,000 - $630,000

5/44 Queen Street, MORNINGTON




For Sale: $570,000 - $620,000

41 Elms Road, BANGHOLME




For Sale: $895,000 plus buyers

38 Sherwood Avenue, CHELSEA




For Sale: $545,000 plus buyers

627e Nepean Highway, CARRUM




For Sale: By Negotiation

3 & 12 / 148 Nepean Highway, ASPENDALE




For Sale: By Negotiation

131b Embankment Grove, CHELSEA




For Sale: $499,950 plus buyers

1 Immerset Drive, CHELSEA HEIGHTS




Auction: Sat 27th October at 12pm





For Sale: $430,000 - $460,000

5 / 715 Nepean Highway, CARRUM




For Sale: $1.4 million plus buyers

110 Lindrum Road, FRANkSTON




For Sale: $360,000 plus buyers

11 Acacia Court, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: By Negotiation

1 / 624 Nepean Highway,CARRUM




For Sale: $545,000 - $555,000

1 / 2 Williams Grove, BONBEACH




For Sale: $649,000

12 Morton Grove, CHELSEA




For Sale: $775,000 - $850,000





For Sale: $530,000 - $5850,000

8 Wimborne Avenue, CHELSEA




For Sale: $75,000 - $800,000

275 & 276 Nepean Hwy, EDITHvALE




Auction: Sat 27th October at 1pm

76 Northshore Drive, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: By Negotiation

2 Bethune Court, SEAFORD




For Sale: $340,000 - $360,000

17 Curlew Point Drive, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: $795,000 - $895,000

14a Clipper Island, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: $950,000 - $1,045,000

4/180 Old Wells Road, SEAFORD




For Sale: $350,000 - $385,000

12 Wills Court, SANDHURST




For Sale: $745,000 - $820,000

2 Limerwick Court, FRANkSTON




Auction: Sat 20th October at 2pm

1 Tasman Court, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: $550,000 - $595,000

3 Rhode Island, PATTERSON LAkES




For Sale: $690,000 - $750,000




For Sale By Negotiation




No time to rest for successful Chelsea agents with seven sales in seven days. Nicola Rakon and Mike Joy of Harcourts Real Estate in Chelsea have achieved, in real estate terms, the perfect week with seven property sales in seven days. The sales were recorded across several different suburbs with the highest sale price achieved for a property in Golden Avenue, Chelsea. By working as a team, Mike and Nicola can provide their clients with the best in personal service. They can be contacted at the Harcourts Chelsea office on 9772 7077. ADVERTORIAL






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Everyone’s a winner SITUATED just a ten-minute walk to Chelsea Heights Primary, this home is the one that every parent wants. There are plenty of options here with five huge bedrooms or, opt for just the four and have a great study room for the kids. There are also two bathrooms and three separate toilets, so the morning congestion should also be eased. The double storey home measures about 242-square metres ( 26 square) and is set on a manageable 567-square metre block. The floor-plan allows for both formal and in-formal living zones; a central timber kitchen has an adjoining dining area and through the kitchen is the formal lounge and dining room. A second family room leads you out to the covered entertaining area and upstairs is a teenagers retreat ideal for console games. There are plenty of timesaving conveniences including a ducted vacuum system. Address: 9 Snipe Close, CHELSEA HEIGHTS Price: $530,000 - $580,000 Agency: Harcourts, 463 Nepean Highway, Chelsea,9770 7077 Agent: Stavros Ambatzidis, 0409 708 000



Apartment living COME and enjoy this sleek and stylish townhouse that showcases not only the best in modern designs but also the spectacular views of Aspendale Beach and Port Phillip Bay from the decked terrace. Comprising of a master bedroom suite featuring built-in robe and ensuite there are two more bedrooms also with built-in robes that share a second bathroom. There is a European laundry and storage in the hallway cupboards. A wellappointed kitchen has smart wall-mounted appliances with built in joinery for a refrigerator, pantry and a dishwasher. Completing the modern look are stone bench tops, splashbacks and a large island bench. An adjoining open-plan living and dining area is highlighted by the full-length windows that frame the sensational terrace and the views beyond. The townhouse has two car spaces allocated and there is a video intercom.

Address: 3/148 Nepean Highway, ASPENDALE Price: $540,000 - $600,000 Agency: Harcourts, 463 Nepean Highway, Chelsea,9770 7077 Agent: Stavros Ambatzidis, 0409 708 000

Harcourts SINCE 1888

Chelsea 463 Nepean Highway 03 9772 7077


Chelsea 5/49 Golden Avenue



Luxurious Designer Villa This brand new home is situated close to primary schools, kindergartens, shops, parklands and walking distance to the beach with buses on your doorstop and train station just a short walk away. Designed by Altech Homes, the property consists of bathroom with separate shower & bath, modern open-plan kitchen and lounge room, and all bedrooms have BIR’s. Other features include Tassie Oak timber floors, Tecknika appliances inc. dishwasher & merbau timber deck. For Sale By Negotiation over $485,000 View / vcs6794 Open By Appointment Mike Joy M 0421 063 771

Patterson Lakes 76 Northshore Drive





Harbour Front Living At Its Best Enjoy one of the best waterside locations in Patterson Lakes with this superb tri-level residence that has truly breathtaking views over the Marina complex and Patterson River. Complete with its own boat mooring right at your front door. Three bedrooms have a walk-in robe, there is a bathroom and separate toilet on the ground level. The second level has the main living areas featuring glass, bi-fold concertina doors opening out onto the spectacular balcony. Also located on this level is the stunning, solid timber kitchen with granite bench-tops, s/steel appliances, cupboard space and intergrated refrigerator. The theatre room is equipped with automatic screen and surround sound and has a gas heater. The entire third level is occupied by the king size master bedroom that has a huge ensuite with double shower and separate toilet, walk through wardrobe that aslo opens onto a wrap around balcony offering un interrupted views of the Marina and the river. You’ll love this blissfully exclusive location with water sports, river walking, boating and walking distance to all amenities.

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Chelsea 3/54 Sherwood Avenue Something Blue





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For Sale Price by Negotiation View / vcs6834 Open Saturday 1.00-1.20pm

This extremely secure and private home is only 6 years old and situated close to the schools and shops, parklands and walking distance to the beach with buses on your doorstep and train station just a short walk away. FES & WIR to main bedroom, modern bathroom, separate open-plan kitchen and dining room, North-facing paved alfresco area at rear and low maintenance gardens. This picture perfect peaceful home is in the best location just waiting for the astute buyer. For Sale By Negotiation $475,000 - $505,000 View / vcs6839

Vanda Kaye 0409 132 165

Mike Joy M 0421 063 771



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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Chelsea 463 Nepean Highway 03 9772 7077



Chelsea 4/38 Woodbine Grove





Chelsea 102 Elsie Grove



Gated Community And Two Bedrooms

Large Block - Renovated Home

This is it. A genuine stylish unit boasting two bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Just a 10 minute walk from Chelsea Train Station and primary schools, and a brief commute to Freeway entrances. Furthermore, it’s located in a sought-after block of units. And the more you look, the more you see... It boasts single carport, gated community, private courtyard, and brilliant natural lighting. And let’s not overlook the handy intercom system, big open-plan feel with a modern kitchen. Plus you’ll especially appreciate the built in robes, fully fenced yard, fully renovated interior and the quiet location. With such a wide range of features, this unit won’t be available for long.

This beautifully renovated, character-filled weatherboard home is situated on a 774m2 approx block of land. Close to the primary schools and kindergartens, shops, parklands and walking distance to the beach with buses on your doorstop and train station just a short walk away. Consisting of 3 large bedrooms ( master with ensuite ), updated bathroom, huge open-plan modern kitchen to suit the enthusiastic chef, large living and dining positoned to overlook the huge back yard. This is a picture perfect family home in the best location just waiting for the astute buyer. Let until February 2013 with a rental return of approx $1,740pcm. Other features include timber floors throughout, GDH & cooling unit, garage, extra parking spaces and work shed plus room for your boat or caravan. Viewing is a must to appreciate your next family home or future investment.

Auction Price Range View Open

Price View Open

Saturday 10th November at 11.00am $295,000 - $330,000 Saturday 10.30-10.50am

Stavros Ambatzidis M 0409 708 000


$590,000 - $630,000 Saturday 10.30-10.50am

Mike Joy M 0421 063 771




Sandhurst 12 Wills Court




Edithvale 56 Hughes Avenue



Entertaining Family Dream Home

Come and secure the good life

Be very impressed. This stunning. 36sq family entertainer has a contemporary design with a relaxed lifestyle feel. With stunning views overlooking the 4th hole of the Champions Course, the brilliant design allows for four bedrooms, main with WIR and spa and three with BIR’s, fabulous formal lounge, open plan rumpus and dining leading out to the timber decked alfresco area. Two more separate living areas and an impressive modern kitchen includes a butler’s pantry and stone benches. Other features include solid timber floors throughout, GDH, evaporative cooling and double glazed windows, double garage with internal access and two balconies overlooking the golf course. Still in near-new condition this home was built by Metricon Homes and has a 25-year builder structural guarantee. Residents facilities and services include a state-ofthe-art health club & pool, access to the members clubhouse with dining and bar facilities, recycled water, high speed intranet & walking tracks. Viewing is a must to appreciate this beautiful new family home.

Beautifully presented four-bedroom family home in a great location that is a must to inspect for any family, professional couple or investor. Boasting an open-plan living and family area with a separate home theatre room this home is designed to be loved and enjoyed all year around. All bedrooms include BIRs & ducted heating, there are air-conditioned living areas and much more; including a modern kitchen, and as added extra, the property is close to primary schools, Saint Joseph’s, childcare and kindergarten. Entertain your friends on a large paved area at the back, perfect for summer bbq’s or have a kick of the footy with your kids at the park around the corner. Golf courses are not far away either. With easy freeway access and close to white sandy beaches, come and create your best memories in this family home.

Price View Open

Price View Open

By Negotiation $745,000 - $820,000 Saturday 1.30-1.50pm

Mike Joy M 0421 063 771

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By Negotiation Over $590,000 Saturday 10.00-10.20am

Margaret Bircsak M 0435 147 853



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‘Over 50’s lifestyle in the heart of Bangholme on the Frankston-Dandenong Road, just 8km from Dandenong Plaza Shopping Centre’

SPECIAL HOME OWNERS BOOST For Sale $195,000 •Well Presented •2 Bedrooms •Built In Robes •Large Master Bedroom •Double Mirrored BIR’s To Main •Bright Open Plan Kitchen •Beautiful Benchtops & Ample Cupboard Space •Dishwasher •Electric Oven •Gas Hot Plates •High Ceilings •Rinnai Gas Heater •Split System Air Conditioning

For Sale $150,000 •2 Bedrooms •Built In Robes •Open Plan Kitchen & Lounge •Gas Cooking •Plenty Of Cupboard Space •Split System Air Conditioning •Double Shower •Separate Toilet •Laundry •Single Car Garage •Outside Awnings •Rear Covered Patio •Garden Shed •Easy Care Gardens

For Sale $219,000 •Brand New •3 Bedrooms •Built in Robes •Open Plan Living •Caesar Stone Benchtops •Electric Oven •Gas Hotplates •Quality Drapes & Fixtures •Carpet through-out •Double Shower in Bathroom •Caesar Stone Vanity •Front & Rear Patios •Landscape Gardens •Water Tank •Lock up Garage

For Sale $139,000 •Quiet Court Location •1 Bedroom + Study •BIR •Open Plan Living •Split Level •Brand New Gas Cooking •Split System Air-Conditioning •Ceiling Fan •Walk-Through Bathroom •Sep Toilet & Laundry •Sliding Doors To Patio From Main Bedroom •Rear Covered Patio •Carport •Garden Shed •Exterior Awnings •Low Maintenance Gardens

Prices slashed on our range of brand new homes


For Sale $190,000 •2 Bedrooms •BIR •Large Corner Block •Open Plan Living •Beautiful Kitchen •Gas Stovetop / Electric Oven •2 X Toilets •Good Size Bathroom •Double Shower •Ceiling Fans •Quality Drapes & Fittings •Carpet Throughout •Split System Air Conditioning •Separate Gas Heating

For Sale $195,000 • Beautifully Presented Home • 2 Bedrooms • BIRs • Large Open Plan Kitchen • Dining Area • Gas Cooking • Gas Heating • Large Bathroom With Bath, Shower & Vanity • Sep Laundry With Ample Storage • Sep Toilet • Air Cond • Ceiling Fan • Quality Carpet & Drapes • Bullnose Verandah• Large Remote Lock-Up Garage With Power • Paved Rear Yard With Pergola


For Sale $189,000 •Brand new •2 bedroom •2 toilets •Gas cook top •Electric oven •Quality drapes, fittings & carpet •Water tank & pump to toilet •Remote control garage

For Sale $125,000 •Well Presented Home •1 BR + Study •Large BIRs •Ensuite •New Gas Stove •S/S Air Cond •Carpet Th/out •Quality Drapes • Laundry •Broom Cupboard •Security Door •External Power Points •Garden Shed •Secure LUG •Covered Pergola/ Entertaining Area • External Awnings • Rear Covered Verandah

For Sale $195,000 •Great Court Location •2 Bedrooms •Built-In Robes •Gas Oven • Air Conditioning •Rinnai Gas Heater •Dining Area With Bay Window •Lounge •Carpet Throughout •Vertical Blinds •Large Bathroom • Sep Laundry •Sep Study or Storage Area •Carport with Ample Car Space •Security Doors •External Awnings •Garden Shed •Good Size Block

For Sale $90,000 neg •1 Bedroom •BIR •Freshly Painted Inside and Out •Good Size Corner Block •Good Layout •Beautiful Kitchen •Gas Oven •Additional Toilet •Ensuite/ Bathroom •Vertical Blinds •Quality Fittings •Carpet Throughout •Air Conditioning •Separate Gas Heating •Outdoot Blinds •Lockable Garden Shed •Beautifully Presented Home

For Sale $160,000 •Open Plan •2 Bedrooms •Built In Robe to Main •Split System Air Condition •Carpet Through-Out •Vertical Drapes •Ceiling Fans •Dishwasher •Gas Hotplates •Electric Oven •Laundry & Bathroom •Separate Toilet •Laundry & Bathroom •Outside Awnings •Covered Front Patio •Garden Shed •Carport

For Sale $125,000 •Fully Furnished 1 Bedroom Home •Court Position •Built In Robes •Open Plan Living •Light & Bright Sun Room •Gas Cooking •Large Lounge Area •Dining Area •Ceiling Fan •Air Conditioning •Quality Fittings •Rinnai Gas Heating •Carpet Throughout •Security Door •Lock Up Garage •Garden Shed •Good Size Block

MAtuRE AGE LiviNG At itS vERy BESt!

• Medical Centre • Tennis • Bowls • On Site Hairdresser • Swimming Pool • On Site Pathology & Podiatry • Pet Friendly • Cafe & Takeaway • Library • Bingo & Activities • Dance & Live Shows plus much, much more

For all enquiries phone

418-440 FrankstonDandenong Road, BANGHOLME Phone: 9706 5011 > CHELSEA – MORDIALLOC realestate 16 October 2012

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Cafe with perks

A cut above

TRADING for only three years, this popular cafe still presents in as-new condition with a faultless fit-out. Takings are about $8000 per week - with average coffee sales of 13-kilograms per week - resulting in declared net profit of $100,000 per annum. Enjoying a busy shopping centre location, the cafe is adjacent to a bus stop and taxi rank. This is an exciting opportunity to buy an already established business in a great location.

THIS hair salon has a superb fit-out with a modern, trendy decor incorporating 11 cutting stations and three beauty rooms. The rent is $2500 per calendar month which is offset by two sub-leases. The business shows good turnover in an exclusive retail location at the busy intersection of Frankston–Flinders Road and Moorooduc Highway. All systems are in place to maintain the growth of the business and the owner is willing to stay on if required.

Cafe, ROSEBUD Price: $159,000 negotiable Agency: Abel Real Estate, Suite 3 / 395 Nepean Highway,Frankston. 9770 1033 Agent: Rob Serroni, 0404 890 012

Hair salon, FRANKSTON SOUTH Price: $119,000 Agency: Kevin Wright Real Estate, 72 Main Street, Mornington, 5977 2255 Agent: Tanya Scagliarini, 0438 289 859

Major investment freehold PENINSULA Link Freeway is slated to open in early 2013 so the time is right to act on this substantial freehold site at arguably the busiest intersection in the Western Port area. The 1474-square metre corner block has dual access from Sages Road and is zoned Business 1, which allows for a two- or three-storey development (STCA). The tenant is on a 10-year lease, with a further 10-year option, returning $80,000 a year plus GST and outgoings with CPI and market review provisions in the lease. Triple interceptor tanks to reduce pollution and effluent discharge from the car wash have been installed and other buildings on the site include a 63-square metre brick workshop with roller doors and three-phase power. Baxter has undergone major development in recent years with the new freeway coming through. There is a Woolworths supermarket and shopping centre in the area as well as a train station and several sporting clubs in the immediate vicinity. Freehold, BAXTER Price: $1,350,000 Agency: Tallon First National Real Estate, 35 High Street, Hastings, 5979 3000 Agent: Dominic Tallon, 0408 528 857

FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Closing date: Friday 26th October (unless sold prior)


Captive location in Frankston’s Central Activities Centre uBuilding size 508-square metres (5468-square feet approx.) uSecure basement parking for 21 cars uClose to railway station, buses and taxi ranks uCurrent nett rental: $135,286 per annum


Part of Frankston legal precinct - Neighbouring buildings include: uDistrict Court uFrankston Police Station uBayside Shopping Centre

For marketing information contact the exclusive agents: Commercial Property Services P/L. Rogan Ward 0418 343 939 - Brett Ward 0419 504 272 - Diana Ward 0418 329 438 -


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Suite 1, Level 3 54 - 58 Wells Street, Frankston, VIC, 3199

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real estate

Agapitos 0404 054 255 COMMERCIAL Andrew FRANKSTON SHOP - FOR LEASE


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BEACH STREET, FRANKSTON Handy location Walk to station and beach Suit office or retail Available immediately

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Measures approx. 150sqm Available now Suit office or retail Keys St, close to Wells St. Negotiable lease terms

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2 ground floor suites Measures 150m2 & 97m2 Basement car parking Reception areas Heating & air-conditioning

$629 inc. GST per week + OGS

$490pw + GST + outgoings

$551pw + OGS & $530pw + OGS





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Mornington-Tyabb Rd. area Measures 298m2 approx. Four car spaces Electric container height roller shutter doors

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PROFESSIONAL OFFICES Business 4 zoning Measures approx. 115m2 On-site parking Ideal for sports medicine Adjacent to major gym

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FACTORY Brick construction Approx. 236-square metres 2 car parking spaces Available approx. 3/11/12

$660pw + GST + Outgoings

$635pw inc. GST + OGS

$264pw includes GST + Ogs





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FACTORY Lock-up yard approx. 328sqm 624sqm factory & office 200sqm mezzanine Two roller doors Available now

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PROFESSIONAL OFFICES Measures approx. 133m2 Available mid-Feb 2013 On-site parking Business 5 Zoning

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$634pw + GST + Ogs

$410pw + GST & Outgoings



CENTRAL LOCATION Nepean Highway position Measures 114m2 Available now Long lease available $808pw + GST & Outgoings

WANTED Small factories for sale metres In Seaford, Frankston,

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$380pw + GST + OGS or $325,000





Vibrant, successful store in busy location. Turnover averages over $6000 per week with high net profit. Currently under management as owner is inter-state. Scope to grow by adding music lessons. Unique opportunity for the musically minded.

BARGAIN Excellent presentation, only 3y.o and taking $3,000pw with huge scope to increase. Work includes waxing and body piercing. No opposition in this prime shopping centre. Next to Coles and Medical clinic. Good rent & lease

$125,000 plus stock

ONLY $36,000

TAKEAWAY CHICKEN & PIZZA FRANKSTON. Good opportunity to purchase a well-established business in busy location. Well-equipped and with an annual turnover of approximately $235,000. Long lease available, business trades seven days.

BEAUTY SALON ADVANCED BEAUTY THERAPY Established 25 years. Modern salon with excellent equipment including Microderm abrasion, oxygen infusion, IPL laser etc. Current owner retiring, working only part time. All assistance provided. Walk in Walk out.

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Outstanding villa in a small, select group BV, 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom Deluxe kitchen Carpet/tiled & ducted heating throughout Double lock-up garage with remote Landscaped gardens Close to transport, schools and major shopping centre.




CAFE & KIOSK Situated within caravan park consisting of 420 permanent residents. Taking over $7000 per week average with rental of $600 per month including all OGS. High cash profit business trading 6 days per week. Includes seating for 40 in outside pergola.

TAKEAWAY / KEBAB Industrial area. 5 days only. Large on-site car park. Servesmainly kebabs, burgers & chips. Large scope for improvement by adding other lines.

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$99,000 inc. stock




10Ac property offering income & lifestyle opportunity. 6.5Ac of irrigated vines producing 17 tonnes of fruit p.a. Licensed cafe opens for breakfast & lunch daily. Property also includes 3BR residence with separate entrance. Develop into much bigger busines with structures in place. PIZZA & PASTA Long established & well-known business in prime main street location. Very simple menu. Takings approximately $5000 per week, trades 6 days only. Very profitable. Conveyor oven, cool room all recently servicedGood lease. Price Negotiable.

PODIATRIST LICENSED CAFE / TAKEAWAY MORNINGTON PENINSULA Only 4Y, this business has main Declared net profit $100,000 p.a. Established business, large road frontage and a superb fit-out Magnificent fitout. Only 3 years client base. Income from podiatry including full commercial kitchen, old. Taking approx.$8,000pw. fees approx.$225,000pa with walk-in coolroom & juice bar. (13kg coffee p/w). Shopping cennet profit approx.$124,000pa. Seats 50 customers in & out and tre location opposite bus stops Includes reception area, kitchen serves mainly breakfasts and and taxi rank. Seats approx 50 + 3 treatment rooms. Suit lunches with 8kg of coffee per inside and out. Exciting week. Potential for dinner trade opportunity to buy an established qualified person wanting to own & operate their own clinic. business in this superb location

$159,000 negotiable


NOW ONLY $99,000




Fully equipped and Trading five days only - closed Sale & laundering of plastic well-established business in Sunday & Monday - this business drums & containers. Well has a superb presentation in established with strong customer prime location. Turnover $20,000 per month. Rare opportunity to as-new condition. Takings are base. Growing business currently be involved in a growth industry. $9000 per week with 15kg of occupying 2 factories. Includes A long lease is available. coffee sales and low rent. Ideal recently installed plastic granulaTrading 51/2 days per week husband and wife business in tor. Fully EPA licensed. Nett Profit this desirable village location approx $130,000 per annum.



Price On Application


RESTAURANT & TAKEAWAY LICENSED PIZZA & PASTA Outstanding business taking $20,000pw with very high profit. Seating 50 in & 20 in alfresco area. Fit-out features quality commercial kitchen and P & E. Top location facing shopping centre car-park. Suit family or partnership.

Milk bar in prime corner position on busy main road. Takings ave. $7000pw. This is a well-established business with no food preparation involved. Scope to increase takings with introduction of takeaway lines. Sale includes 3BR residence.

ROASTS,CARVERY & CATERING This long established (18 years) and well known business, located on busy main road, has all quality equipment in as new condition. Attractive rent and long lease available BUSINESS: $349,000 + stock FREEHOLD: Also for sale, 152sqm. $495,000

$349,000 plus stock


$127,000 plus stock






$900,000 Neg.




L 10 OT 5 22 sq m









Asking $120,000 plus stock





9770 1033


CARPET OVERLOCKING AND RUG MAKING Highly profitable business Est. for 11 years. Ideal for husband & wife, trades 5 days pw. Supplies 17 local carpet retailers plus public. Generating income of approx. $120,000pa. Easy to operate, all training & equipment provided. Includes Toyota Van.





Rob Serroni 0404 890 012

Andrew Agapitos 0404 054 255

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Carrum Downs areas. Phone for obligation free




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OFFICE SPACE Easy access ground floor Measures 88m2 Suit office / consulting rooms Central location



or lease up to 200-square

SHOWROOM / WAREHOUSE Set in new industrial estate Access to surrounding roads Approx 354sqm Street frontage, car parking Roller door, toilet & kitchen

9770 1033


Suit small - medium developer/builder 3-unit site, land area 1022sqm Includes stamped plans & permits All other steps have been taken to commence building. IE: reports, surveys, certification, working drawings Walking distance to Patterson Lakes Shopping Centre, Carrum Station & beach

APPROX. 1700sqm






129 Kars Street - Inspect Sat 2-2.30pm

1st TIME ADVERTISED - ORIGINAL OWNERS n Sought after Frankston High School Zone n Land size approx. 700sqm n 3BR, B/V family home with original floorboards throughout. n Living room w/gas heater & separate dining. Kitchen/meals area w/gas cooking & wall oven n Separate bathroom w/ separate shower n Lock up shed in rear yard CALL NOW FOR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION!


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Total land area 3250-sqm approx. Res 1 zoning for 10 units (STCA) Existing 4BR, 2-bathroom home on site Located close to public amenties and Carrum Downs Regional Shopping Centre Easy access to arterial roads Close to major road networks

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Future’s so bright

Enjoy your stay THIS four-star, resort-style holiday accommodation on Phillip Island is on one hectare with Residential 1 zoning. There is a double-storey residence for on-site managers and a free-standing office and reception building. A central driveway provides access to all the resort’s facilities, which include eight holiday units, barbecue areas, laundry, swimming pool, tennis court and children’s playground. The freehold on the property is $2.7 million.

ESTABLISHED for 20 years, this window tinting franchise is well positioned on a busy main road. The business trades six days a week from 8.30am to 5.30pm and does window tinting for three car yards, averaging 54 cars a month. Jobs include private vehicles, as well as window tinting for houses and offices. Franchise fees are $2000 a month.

Car and window tinting, OAKLEIGH Price: $150,000 + stock Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Holiday accommodation, PHILLIP ISLAND Price: $420,000 + SAV (business only) Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists

50 Playne Street Frankston

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 CAFE TAKEAWAY Prime location opposite Frankston rail station. This is a cheap business in need of an owner operator and keen marketer. Selling at equipment value only.


URGENT SALE $29,950 + sav




Family shoe shop, impressive presentation, main street, no competition. Long lease options, easy to run with 1 staff + casual over Christmas period. Vendor happy to assist with changeover.

Large modern shop in Somerville with good equipment inc coolroom, large preparation area. Bright and well presented. Trades 6 ½ days, long lease, good potential to further increase takings.

Large modern shop opens 5

$55,000 + sav

NOW $69,950 + sav

$70,000 + sav

$70,000 + sav


TAKEAWAY Well presented kiosk in busy Frankston Power Centre. Trades daily from 9am to 5pm. Has near new equipment, easily operated by one person. Cheap rent, can be fully managed.

8 stations & 3 basins, in the heart of Frankston. Trades Tues to Sat, Mon by appt. Well presented, long lease, ideal for first business owner.

$45,000 + sav

days 6am to 3pm. Seats 15 inside plus more outside in undercover courtyard. Long lease. Must sell!







10 stations, 2 basins. Great first business, big and bright in busy M’ton. Excellent equipment, RPR stock. Keen vendor is willing to stay on part-time. New lease offered. Trades 6 days.

Pleasure to run this fully managed, lovely shop in a busy retail & commercial location. Only 5 days a week with short hours. Full assistance will be given with changeover.

Selling a huge variety of items from stationery, toys, hardware, party supplies etc. Trades 5 ½ days in shopping strip. Cheap rent.

Large shop with double storey, three-bedroom premises attached. High density residential area provides captured market. Small amount of takeaways. Est 20+ years.

Long established in the heart of Frankston’s retail & commercial district. Trades Mon-Fri 7am to 3pm. Ideal if you are looking for a short working week.

Great location opposite station, selling chicken & pizza with deliveries. Opens daily from 11.30am. Well presented shop with good equipment. Established for 8 years.

$75,000 + sav

$75,000 + sav

$110,000 + sav

NOW $110,000 + sav



$75,000 + sav

$79,000 + sav



Currently managed, kiosk style in busy Bayside Shopping Centre. All new equipment when set up less than 2 years ago. Seats 34. Vendor will trial on $5,000 pw. Trades centre hours

Chickens, burgers, fish & chips etc. Located in busy food court of large S/C with planty of seating available. Recently refitted. Vendor willing to stay on for a while if wanted.

Good exposure on Nepean H’way

NOW $120,000 + sav

$120,000 + sav








All manner of photography requirements, custom framing, restoration. Prime Main St location, well known, good equipment. Training will be given, vendor wishes to retire. Good profits.

Long established in prime area.

Large shop, neat and tidy, fully computerised system. Has 25,000 DVDs. Excellent takings, easy to have managed, huge scope! Trades daily from 10am.

Large shop in great location with

Adjacent shops, bakery/kitchen and café/retail sales, internal access between. Very well presented with high quality equipment & spacious work area. Café seats 18 in/8 out. Fine European cakes, pastries etc.


$110,000 + sav

Brick shop on main street and 3 bedroom, brick-veneer home on waterway. Est 1970.

Near new equipment, new lease available, some alterations done. Pick ups and deliveries. Confidentiality applies.


$167,500 + sav

Ultra modern, fabulous presentation, Well equipped shop with commercial kitchen, seats 4 in & 8 out. Est 30 15 cutting stations, 3 basins. Frankston. Large commercial kitchen, years in industrial estate, trades Great location in Frankston CBD. seats 120, On premises licence. Profitable business, vendor advises Mon-Fri 6.30am to 3pm. Large base Opens 6 days from 5.30pm. Currently ave weekly T/O $8,000-$10,000. of regular cash customers. Easy to Can be managed. Indian cuisine, can be changed. run with 2 staff.

$120,000 + sav


Business $150,000 + sav Freehold $800,000




6 cutting stations, 2 basins, spray tan room, waxing room, kitchen & laundry. Trades Tues to Sat. Computerised system, can be easily managed if desired. Bright,airy presentation.

$120,000 + sav

huge amount of stock. Selling at wholesale stock cost plus fittings only due to needing an urgent sale. This is a great buy!!!

$180,000 + sav

$149,000 + sav

$185,000 inc. stock

$189,000 + sav






Selling takeaways, snacks etc and Myki. Simple to run, cheap rent, captured commuter market & little expenses. Early start, early finish. T/O ave $10,000+ pw.

Ducted vacuum & security systems for new & existing homes. DIY kits or fully installed. Est 25yrs, supplier database, established clients inc builders. 3 vehicles included. FREEHOLD $270,000

Traditional Thai massage in 3 locations – Berwick (4 rooms) Cranbourne (3 rooms) & Pakenham (5 rooms). Clean rooms, each venue has 3 foot massage chairs. Can be bought separately.

Supplies local families, farms & holidaymakers with pet supplies and animal feed. Large showroom/ factory with aquarium & hydrobath. All stock delivered, long lease, website. Confidentiality applies.

Est 12 years, T/O increasing yearly. Bookings in advance for 1 ½ weeks, mainly M’ton Peninsula. Operates from home 4 days a week, willing to train. Purpose built arborist truck included.


$230,000 + sav ( for all 3)

$259,000 + sav


$320,000 + sav



Well known to industry, construction & councils. Operates & maintains own machinery, also others. Well equipped workshop, all P & E included.

$190,000 + sav

Business: $190,000 + sav







Area covers SE suburbs, 15

Easy to manage.

Set daily run from Dandenong to northern suburbs, food industry. Work 5 days, hours to suit. 2009 Hino refrigerated truck in excellent condition, serviced regularly. Excellent WB profits.

Custom made switchboards, general sheetmetal fabricating. Two weeks training to operate machinery. New lease offered for large showroom and 1st floor offices. Confidentiality applies.

Art & design, up to date software and equipment, imported raw stock, in-house printing & kiln. Huge variety of products with thousands of dollars worth of forward orders. Confidentiality applies.

Freehold & leasehold. 6 Y.O, fully indoor complex with cooling & heating. 3500sqm exercise areas, fully automated irrigation. Home with IG pool, entertainment area, shed. Comprehensive management software & database.


Located in busy commercial/retail area with further development planned. Has large commercial kitchen and in/out seating for up to 40 diners. Trades Mon-Fri and Sat until 2pm. 18-20kgs coffee pw.


$395,000 + sav

$600,000 + sav

$750,000 + sav

NOW $2.2 million + sav

sub-contractors. Clients include medical centres, childcare centres, body corporates etc.

Tony Latessa: 0412 525 151

No. 1 REIV Accredited Business Agent in Victoria 27 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability REIV Business Brokers Committee Member

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Last bridge beam brings MPs’ praise By Mike Hast THE freeway that will change life on the Mornington Peninsula is a step closer to completion with the lifting into place of final bridge beams. The concrete beams were placed by a 600-tonne crane to form a 320-metre long bridge connecting Peninsula Link, EastLink tollway and Mornington Peninsula Freeway. Inspecting the work were Coalition government MPs Edward O’Dono­hue, who is Parliamentary Secre­tary for Trans­port, and Minister for Education Martin Dixon, whose electorate is the southern Mornington Peninsula. Mr Dixon said Abigroup had made remarkable progress over the past few weeks, particularly at the EastLink in­ter­change. “People can now see the ramps that will take them on and off Peninsula Link,” he said. Landscaping and feature lighting on the bridge over EastLink would “look really spectacular and provide a new gateway to Frankston and the greater peninsula”. Mr O’Donohue said “one of Vic­ to­ria’s biggest bridge building programs is nearing completion” and “Peninsula Link is on track for an early 2013 opening”. The Southern Way consortium and its construction contractor Abigroup have been aiming to finish the freeway by 8 December, but have faced a number of challenges including unexpected wet weather. The freeway was started in February 2010 during the drought, which

broke in autumn of that year. The region has since received average or above-average rainfall, forcing Abigroup to use local roads instead of the freeway alignment as well as other logistical challenges. The project has been dogged by delays including industrial action by the CFMEU, trucks being impounded by WorkSafe after one carrying a huge beam crashed on the Monash Freeway last December, and vandalism at several depots. The most recent blow was Abi­ group’s parent company Lend Lease announcing it was conducting an investigation after discovering alleged under-reporting of an anticipated loss on the freeway. Lend Lease suspended two of its senior executives and two Abigroup executives, and sent a field team to scrutinise the project. A report is due later this month. The 27-kilometre freeway between Carrum Downs and Mt Martha has nine interchanges and 35 bridges. The cost of construction was originally $759 million, but has risen to $849 million, according to a report by the state auditor-general. Built under a public-private partner­ship deed, the freeway will cost the government $2.3 billion over 25 years. n Time lapse footage of the crane lifting bridge beams into place is available to view at www.mpnews. in the ‘video’ section

Beam me up: David Clements of Southern Way, left, Education Minister Martin Dixon, Geoff Rayner of Linking Melbourne Authority and upper house MP Edward O’Donohue at the Peninsula Link–EastLink–Mornington Peninsula Freeway interchange.



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For stall holder enquires, please call Brendon at Carvosso Cakes 9776 0098 To celebrate our market in the comunity, we are having a raffle. Raffle tickets will be given by stall holders until raffle is drawn on saturday 27-10-2012. Be there at noon on the drawn date to recieve your prize. PAGE 26

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SOME say rock icons Dragon grew up with the Australian music scene and others affirm it was Dragon that helped the scene grow up. Whatever the case, with hits flowing before Cold Chisel left the rehearsal room, before Icehouse band members had studied for their algebra finals, and before Australian Crawl had learnt to swim, Dragon had the nation captivated with songs such as April Sun in Cuba, Are You Old Enough?, Get That Jive, Still in Love With You, Sunshine and more. The kings of the pub scene and emperors of excess, the band’s live show was unsurpassed, and their rock ’n’ roll lifestyle will go down in music industry folklore. During the ’70s, Dragon was among the biggest rock bands in New Zealand, gaining even greater success on the Australian circuit. Dragon’s history begins with brothers Todd and Marc Hunter, natives of the North Island town of Taumarunui; from childhood on, the siblings performed professionally in their parents’ jazz band, with Todd learning guitar and Marc picking up the drums. The brothers played in a variety of NZ bands, together and independently; Dragon emerged in 1973 from the remnants of Staff – Todd on bass, singer-pianist Graeme Collins, guitarist Ray Goodwin and drummer Neil Reynolds. Conflicts emerged and clean-living Collins was sacked in favour of keyboardist Ivan Thompson. This left Dragon without a singer, but the problem was solved when Marc Hunter signed on. Seemingly overnight, Dragon fell out of commercial favour; their next single, Love is Not Enough, failed to chart, and their first NZ tour since 1975 was a washout. When the album bombed, Dragon disbanded, but in 1982 reformed to pay off their debts. The line-up – the Hunters, Taylor, Hewson and Jacobsen – fared so well during the reunion tour that they soon released a new single, Joanne. Its follow-up, Rain (1984), was a big hit and many fans agreed that its accompanying LP Body & the Beat was among their best ever. When the old conflicts arose, only the Hunters were left. (Tragically, just hours after quitting the band, Hewson was found dead.) The next LP, 1986’s Dreams of Ordinary Men, was produced by Todd Rundgren. Shortly after, the band once again called it a day. Liberation Music has released a two CD set The Dragon Years Fortieth Anniversary Collection 40 Years, 40 Tracks with many of the hits.


By Gary Turner *** CELEBRATING 54 years in the music business, Cliff Richard is Britain’s all-time greatest hit-maker with global sales beyond 250 million and a ceaseless performance schedule. No other UK band or solo artist is even close to equalling his 123 single hits. As the ’60 got underway, he was dominating the airwaves with hits such as Living Doll, Please Don’t Tease, Bachelor Boy, Lucky Lips, When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart, Don’t Talk To Him, Do You Want To Dance, On The Beach, I Could Easily Fall, The Day I Met Marie, The Minute You’re Gone, All My Love and Congratulations, his presence in our lives bolstered by smash box office films The Young Ones, Summer Holiday and Wonderful Life. In the ’70 he had hits such as Devil Woman, We Don’t Talk Anymore and Carrie then into the ’80 with Dreamin’, Wired For Sound, Daddy’s Home, Living Doll (with the Young Ones TV cast) and Some People. Sir Cliff will appear at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre, on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 February and Monday 18 February. Tickets 136 100 or the Arts Centre 1300 182 183. www. *** EAGLES’ founding member Glenn Frey will head to the Palais Theatre with a set list of iconic West Coast hits and his sixth solo album, After Hours, for one night only with the Melbourne Pops Orchestra on Friday 22 February. A gifted songwriter and multi-talented artist with six number one albums, six Grammy

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BETHEL rang in deep despair. Seems she and her “ex” were prolific users of social networking sites, and constantly updated all their friends and contacts, in fact the whole world, about important stuff – like when they were going to cut their toenails, what fast food outlet they were getting the night’s meal from, and what TV show they intended to watch. The problem was that when she “threw him out” she told all her friends in cyberspace and in the “cloud” that he was short in all areas of assessment, had halitosis, wore smelly socks to bed and was as useless as an ashtray on a motor bike. This made her feel good, but she forgot to stop his access to her networking sites. She told me his name was “That Funny Pig”; it was a bad phone line, but I think that is what she called him, anyway I digress. Her ex, TFP, replied to all Bethel’s contacts with a full number on her. He told them, and the whole world, that she suffered from flatulence, had body odour, was a poor bed companion, and had the names of 11 men tattooed on her very large, dimpled backside, and that there was plenty of room for more tatts. Poppy’s solution Years ago, before everyone knew everything, Bethel would have been told to “have a nice cup of tea, a Bex and a good lie down”. I don’t think Bex exists now. The damage would have been restricted to a small number of friends sworn to secrecy (that’s a joke) and tattoos were in limit use. Also there used to exist things called discretion and decency, and people were told to never “air their dirty linen in public”. I told Bethel to contact everyone on her social media sites and tell them she was closing down all contact as she had taken a new, secret job with a government agency starting with “A” and had to become invisible and move. I told her to go to the newsagent and buy a “Mebook”, also known as a diary, a fountain pen and a bottle of ink. Instead of updating things on the internet, write the important stuff she was doing (like toenails and nasal hair removal) in the Mebook every day. Anything she wanted to update in the Mebook after some months had expired could be dome without detection using the same fountain pen and ink. (Try doing that when you find the ballpoint pen you originally used is worn out and you can’t find a colour match.) I told her to lock the Mebook away and if things went poorly, she could always burn it (council regulations permitting) unlike the social media sites where evidence lives forever. I suggested some good products for the bodily issues, to consider tattoo and cellulite removal, and follow the advice “keep your ears open and your mouth closed”. n Poppy will solve problems every fortnight.

For those about to Rocktober By Stuart McCullough WE made it. Despite everything, we have managed to endure 11 long, tedious months. I’ll be honest and say, at times, I wondered whether we’d ever finally get here. But we have. Thank goodness. I have long believed there are 11 months of the year that do little more than take up space on the calendar. When all is said and done, there’s only one month that truly matters. You can keep February. I care little for May and July and can take or leave March and June. They are trivial, meaningless months. The only month truly indispensible is Rocktober. Not everybody appreciates Rocktober. In fact, there are some folks who still insist on calling it by its former Gregorian calendar name of October. These resisters probably still use imperial currency and ride a horse to work. Such backward-looking zipper dodgers might be able to raise a barn in a day, but they know precious little about rock ’n’ roll. It’s their loss. For the rest of us, Rocktober heralds 31 glorious days in which ordinary folk are entitled to live out their rock star fantasies in all their glory. For starters, I intend to wear leather trousers pretty much continuously. This may raise a few eyebrows at work and will likely result in some serious chafing issues when I go jog-

ging, but that’s the kind of sacrifice the rock lifestyle demands. I will wear them even though pants made of leather best suit a person of a certain physical type. It’s a cold, hard reality that leather trousers should only be worn by someone who is either very slender or who is a cow. But if you’re not a bovine, then you definitely need to be quite thin. Rock stars who wear leather are often described as “snake-hipped”. Sadly, I could only claim to be snake hipped if the snake in question was a python that had just swallowed a heifer. But I won’t let that hold me back. This month, the ordinary rules can be thrown out the window. But there’s more to Rocktober than wearing leather. This month, I will

not answer the telephone with a mere “hello”, but with a hearty “check one, two – testing, testing”. More than that, every time I have a meeting, I’ll begin by trying to get the participants to clap in unison. Once the meeting is adjourned, I will return after a minute or two for an encore. Even if everybody else has left the room, I’ll still come back, talk for another 10 minutes before standing up, tipping over a chair, raising my fist and leaving again. For this month and this month alone, I do not have shopping lists. Instead, I have riders. Granted, my needs are modest. My rider will consist of milk, bread and orange juice as well as more traditional demands such as the removal of all the brown M&Ms and a

fur-lined sink. I will wear sunglasses at all hours, even to the movies, and each time I sign my name – whether on a cheque or a passport application – I’ll include the words “Thanks for listening – keep on rocking” before my signature. But Rocktober isn’t just about personal indulgence. It’s also a chance to make the world a better place. Disputes and grievances will not be settled by way of an address to the United Nations or by acts of war. Instead, world leaders will be required to resolve their differences by way of duelling guitar solos. Who wouldn’t support our bid for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council if, instead of boring everyone rigid with some turgid speech, our representatives produced a Stratocaster, planted a foot on the foldback monitor and cut loose with an almighty solo? Luxembourg, as splendid as I’m sure it is, is not a rock ’n’ roll nation. Try naming one decent rock musician from Luxembourg. Exactly. (If you answered “Serge Tonnar and the Legotrip” I’d have to say, technically speaking, he’s more a folk artist. Sorry.) It is no accident that the third country vying for United Nations glory knows a thing or two about kicking out the jams. Finland is a very rock ’n’ roll nation. Without doubt, they’ve

planned their campaign with Rocktober firmly in mind. I’ll simply say that we ignore them at our peril. It would be a shame to lose out on such a prestigious gig simply because our competitors were willing to break out a double kick drum and we weren’t. Enjoy this month while it lasts. And even if I am well past my rock ’n’ roll prime – as anyone who has seen me try to board a tram in my leather trousers will surely attest – it’s not too late for me. This month I will start a band. It will be loud and it will be guitar driven. Perhaps I’ll use AC/DC as my template. Better still, maybe I’ll form my own AC/DC tribute band. The only problem is that some of their lyrics are a little smutty. It might be unbecoming. But, then again, this is a month where anything is possible. I could easily tidy up the words to make them more politically correct or, if you prefer, “PC”. In fact, I think I’ll call my band PC/DC. Whole Lotta Rosie will now be Real and Healthy Sized Rosie. Highway to Hell will be recast as an ode to physical fitness and rechristened Highway to Health. It will be fantastic. Now excuse me while I turn my amplifier to 11 and plug in the Les Paul. It’s time for some rocking. Happy Rocktober to you all.

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Witnesses add to wars’ death toll A PLAY on the words and images that daily provide insights into wars around the world brings home the often deadly job of the war correspondent. The play Bare Witness by Mari Lourey, directed by Nadja Kostich, deals with the real-life experiences of photojournalists as they grapple with complex moral and physical challenges of reporting from war frontlines. It will be performed at the Shirley Burke Theatre on Saturday 20 October at 8pm. Set in the Balkans, East Timor and Iraq, Bare Witness follows a team of complicated, flawed characters who share the unbreakable bond of war photojournalists and scrutinises the way we view our humanity through the fragmenting lens of the media. Bare Witness is a theatrical approach to a topic to which the public has become desensitised. “This is a play where audiences always leave talking about the world,” Lourey said. “More journalists have died in Iraq than Australian soldiers. “This play shines a light on the changing world of war correspondents where once they were protected and now they have become a part of the story.” The play takes audiences on a journey into the disintegrating mind of the main protagonist Dannie (played by AFI award-winner and former Mornington Peninsula resident Daniela Farinac-

ci) as she re-lives her experience as a war photographer. “Researching this play, I became intoxicated with the world of photojournalism. What makes someone become a foreign correspondent or photographer, mostly always with enormous personal consequences, is at the heart of my writing this play,” Lourey said. “I also wanted to pay tribute to their courage in telling the real story of people’s struggle and suffering.” Developed over several years, Bare Witness received the 2005 R E Ross Trust Script Development Award and was shortlisted for the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award in 2008. Director Nadja Kostich’s has been praised for her treatment of the play. “I worked on a score with the actors and creative team that is a meld of images, human and instrumental sounds and physical movement,” she said. “The chasm between this impressionistic interpretation and the narrative of the script makes for a sometimes uncomfortable tension that mirrors the extremes of the world the characters inhabit.” Bare Witness, Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale, 8pm Saturday 20 October. Bookings: 9556 4440 or

At the front: Daniela Farinacci plays a war photographer in the warts-and-all Bare Witness, a play about the role of war correspondents. Picture: Jeff Busby


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100 years of worship at Edithvale Uniting Church By Dorothy Evans THE Edithvale Uniting Church on the corner of Edithvale Road and Clydebank Road began as the Aspendale Methodist Church in 1912. The area at that time was known as Aspendale until the Edithvale railway station opened in 1919. Subsequently in approximately 1925, the name of the Church changed to the Edithvale Methodist Church. Another name change occurred on 26th June 1977 with the formation of the Uniting Church in Australia, and so today the Church is the “Edithvale Uniting Church”. On 28th July 1912, the first Aspendale Methodist Sunday School session commenced in the morning in a private house (Gloster House) on the southeast corner of Edithvale Road and Station Street with 27 scholars. The first worship service was held in the evening of the same day, and was attended by 24 adults. Mr Sam Upton was appointed as the first Home Missionary. His daughter, Mrs Marj Browning, attended the

church for most of her life until she died in 1990. Land was purchased in August and September 1912, and building of the original weatherboard church with a galvanised iron roof began. The church was built almost entirely by working bee volunteers under the direction of Mr J. Robinson and Mr E.A. Baker, and on 12th January 1913, the Aspendale Methodist Church was opened. On 18th July 1959 the cream brick church standing today was opened by Rev Norman Elliott, president of the Methodist Conference. The building project was supervised by Mr J. Robinson and Mr D. Armstrong (both trustees and builders), with architect Mr F. Clarrie Armstrong, and with members of the church involved in the construction. Many people remember Sunday School anniversaries in the 1960s. The old church was transformed with a stage of at least four tiers of planks stretching up nearly to the roof, under

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the sign “Glory to God in the Highest”. There were over 200 children in the Sunday School and they lifted the roof with their favourite songs under the direction of the conductor, Mr Les Payne, and pianist Mrs Booth. Over the years, there have been many active groups within the church. Sporting activities included badminton, cricket, table tennis and tennis clubs. Fellowship groups such as the Ladies’ Guild, Delta Guild, Men’s Clubs, Uniting Church Adult Fellowship, and youth groups, have given the congregation the opportunity to enjoy the company of other members in addition to worshipping together on a Sunday. Members led a very social life in the 1980s under the leadership of Joan Marshall (wife of Rev Norman Marshall, a dearly loved minister) who organised many Cafe Chantants (formal dinners in the church hall) and the informal Beef on the Spits. The Edithvale congregation shared their church with members of the

Samoan Christian Congregational Church of Western Samoan for 20 years until the Samoan people built their own church in Springvale Road. Although the congregation today is not as large as in the past due to changing lifestyles and changing demographics, the fellowship at the Edithvale Uniting Church is still warm and welcoming. The small but active Edithvale UCAF (Uniting Church Adult Fellowship) meets regularly for fellowship and organises fashion parades to raise funds for the church and Rason Orphanage in North Korea. The church choir sings every Sunday morning. “Countdown to Christmas” is held each November, and “Countdown to Easter” is held in March, to bring the Christmas and Easter message to primary school children. The church hall is used constantly by various community groups. A history has been compiled of church activities over the last 100 years and this history, together with

many photos of the past, will be on display at the anniversary luncheon. On Sunday 21 October 2012, Edithvale Uniting Church will celebrate 100 years of worship in Edithvale. The service at 10.30am will be led by Rev Neil Peters and Pastor Di Paterson, and the preacher will be the Moderator of the Uniting Church, Ms Isobel Thomas Dobson. There will be special singing by the Chelsea Uniting Parish Choir. The service will be followed at 12.30pm by luncheon in the church hall. Enquiries to the Church Office on 9772 6010 or email chelsea.parish@ Dorothy Evans is a Church Elder at Edithvale Uniting Church.

Now and then: Edithvale Uniting Church current congregration members, left, and, right, the original church built by volunteers in 1912.

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Somie rolls Carrum as Seaford and Parkers fight for supremacy DISTRICT

By IT Gully DESPITE rain affecting a lot of cricket on Saturday, there were five matches played in MPCA District grade. At the conclusion of day one of the second round match between Carrum and Somerville, the Lions have a lot of work to do to get the 12 points. Winning the toss and batting first, Carrum was dismissed for 152 in 74 overs. If not for 82 from Dean Polson, the Carrum scorecard would have looked a lot worse. Aaron Kaddatz has started the season in fine fashion for Somerville and claimed the dangerous Josh Dent early in the innings. Kaddatz struck eight runs later when he picked up the prized wicket of Shawn Foster, caught behind by Craig Black for just seven. Polson then took to the Eagles’ bowlers before being removed with the score on 121. The Lions then lost four wickets for three runs, giving the Eagles the upper hand. Cory Foster offered resistance

late in the Carrum innings with 23. Kaddatz finished with four wickets, and Sam Delaney and Russell Wilkes picked up a couple each. Seaford set Delacombe Park 200 for victory after scoring 199 in 74.1 overs on Saturday. Considering the match is being played at Delacombe, combined with the fact the Parkers are potent with the bat, 199 might not be enough. Teenager Damien Lawrence was once again the shining light with the bat for Seaford, scoring 51, while Chris Cleef at the top of the innings scored a valuable 45. Reeling a little at 6/135, skipper Nathan Volpe (35) worked with Andy McMannis (18) to push the total close to 200. Steve Anderson was the pick of the Parkers’ bowlers with 4/31 from 22 overs, and Varun Singh claimed 2/45 from 17. Pines has given Frankston YCW a mountain of work to do. In fact, the Piners will be looking for an outright win. Pines batted first and compiled 250 in 62 overs. Harley Peace-Stirling top-scored with 71, Brett Hudgson made 55 and Harley Parker opened with

41, while skipper Ricky Ramsdale scored 35. In reply, the Stonecats are in trouble at 3/19. Nick Wilcox took 2/3. Langwarrin appears to be on top in its match against Main Ridge at Lloyd Park. The Ridge won the toss and elected to bat, but was in some early trouble at 2/28. Gareth Wyatt was the star of the show with the bat for the visitors, scoring 90. Only two other players scored double figures. Main Ridge was bowled out in the 52nd over for 148. Dwayne Doig was the pick of the bowlers for the Kangas, claiming 5/56 from 22 overs, and Andy Johnson and Mal Coutts each claimed two wickets. In reply, the home side is 1/39, Simon McEvoy unbeaten on 22. Boneo will be hoping to build on its sensational day one against Baden Powell. Winning the toss and sending the visitors in to bat, the ploy paid off as the Braves were bowled out for 102 in the 40th over. In reply, Boneo is in command at 1/52 after 25 overs.

Hoppers face outright embarrassment SUB-DISTRICT

By IT Gully IT’S been a tough couple of years for Dromana Cricket Club and things didn’t improve on Saturday against Rosebud. The Hoppers have been subject to a number of outright defeats in recent seasons and they are staring down the barrel of another one in MPCA Sub-district cricket. At Rosebud’s Olympic Park, the visi­tors won the toss and chose to bat. Just 36 overs later, Dromana was all out for just 55. Not one Dromana player made it to double figures. The highest score was nine from Andrew Thomson. There were 41 runs made off the bat. Extras contributed 14 to the total, including eight byes. Jason Nagel mauled the opposition, snaring 7/17 from 18 overs, including eight maidens, while Scott Millar also bowled 18 overs and picked up 3/25. In reply, Rosebud was 1/34 before rain stopped play. Darren Kerr is not out on 24. Carrum Downs’ batsmen were thank­ing their bowlers for their efforts with the bat after a horror afternoon in the middle against Seaford Tigers. Strangely enough, the Cou­gars were celebrating at the end of the day. The Cougars were 4/9 and 7/32 before the tail began to offer some resistance. They finished on 59 after Chamara Perera made 15

and Tim Aydin 12. Cory Hand picked up four wickets for the Tigers. Seaford was then bowled out for 77, Perera snaring 5/20 off 17 overs. Starting 22 runs behind on day two, Carrum Downs will be hoping for a reverse outright this weekend on the second day of the clash. Tootgarook had a day out with the ball against the competition’s new­ comers French Island. The Islanders, who have been play­ing in A1, had the bye in round one and received a hostile reception at Truemans Rd in Rosebud West on Saturday. The home side won the toss and elected to bowl. Inside 25 overs, the Tooters were batting after bowling out French Island for 44 in 24 overs. Dale Stephens and Paul Stevenson picked up five wickets each. Tootgarook will be looking for an outright win. The team batted for 48 overs for a return of 2/156. Luke Thompson is not out 67 and you would reckon skipper Scott Didcock will allow him to go for triple figures before declaring and putting the Islanders back in. The matches between Balnarring and Tyabb and Red Hill and Skye were washed out and they will play one-day matches this Saturday.

Tatts the way: Crib Point cricketer Ricky Thompson takes a grab during the Crib Point versus Heatherhill match on the weekend. Picture: Andrew Hurst.

King of knocking over castles’ 8/37 PROVINCIAL

By IT Gully SORRENTO appears to be in the box seat heading into day two of Provincial cricket this Saturday against Long Island, thanks to a sizzling performance from opening bowler “AJ” King on day one. King bowled a blistering spell of 22 overs, which included nine maidens. He finished the afternoon with 8/37. Both finalists last season, the Sharks made light work of the Islanders’ bat­ting order, dismissing them for just 125 in 55 overs. There is little question Long Island’s batting line-up looks brittle without Michael Burke, who is enjoying some time off before resuming some time before Christmas. Paul Hartle was forced to open the batting on Saturday and while he top scored for the Islanders with 48, it left the middle order looking vulnerable. Justin Bridgeman (21) and Joel Ste­venson (26) had an impact but no other Long Island bat scored more than 10.

The afternoon belonged to the Sor­rento bowlers, led by King. Anthony Blackwell rolled the arm over for 13 overs and was rewarded with figures of 2/34. Keeper Rob Dunball snared four catches. In reply, the Sharks are crui­sing at 0/39, having faced the last 20 overs of the day. Jedd Flack remains at the crease, unbeaten on 14, while Nick Jewell is not out 22. A wonderful century from Morning­ton keeper Rob Hearn has given his side some chance of victory against the benchmark of the competition, Baxter. With just another three players scor­ing double figures, Hearn almost single-handedly helped the Doggies to 195 in 68.3 overs. Brodie Symons was the next best for Mornington with 16. Hearn hit 13 boundaries in his total of 124 when opening the innings for the Dogs. Skipper Luke Popov went for a duck. The star of the show for Baxter was youngster Sam Wolsgrove, who snared 6/52 from 19 overs. Mark Uccello claimed 2/46 from 14.3 and Adrian Mack was eco-

nomical as usual, bowling 19 overs for a return of 1/30. In reply, the reigning champions are 0/31 after six overs, Shane McComb unbeaten on 20. Heatherhill will need to be at its best with the ball, defending 171 this week against Crib Point. The Hills won the toss and elected to bat at Crib Point Rec Reserve, keeper-batsman Dean Shaw getting his side away to a flier with 59. A number of players in the middle order got starts, but were able to go on with it. Teenager Kristian Miller made 23, John Hille 20 and Christian Heath 21, and skipper Matty Meagher made 18. Member of the “Kelly Gang” Glenn Barclay was in a destructive mood, taking 8/37 from 23.2 overs. Brad Davidson was the other wicket-taker for the Pies, bowling 25 overs and snaring 2/67. All other matches in Provincial were washed out and the teams will play one-dayers this weekend.

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French aiming for more success By Peter Ellis ALL of a sudden French horses are dominating Melbourne’s feature staying races. Two years ago Americain won the Melbourne Cup and last year’s winner was Dunaden, with both coming from the Chantilly training venue about an hour’s drive from Paris. Then on Saturday Shahwardi, who like Americain is prepared by Alain de Royer-Depre, won the Herbert Power Handicap at Caulfield. Now Americain and Dunaden, who is in the stables of Mikel Delzangles, are shaping as the two horses to beat in the $2.5 million Caulfield Cup on Saturday. An imposing individual, Americain has had five starts in Victoria under de Royer-Dupre’s care for four wins and a luckless fourth in last year’s Melbourne Cup (3200m). He demonstrated shorter distance are not a problem by winning the Geelong Cup (2400m) and the Moonee Valley Cup (2500m), so is shaping as the horse to beat. This is not to underrate Dunaden, a stayer of the highest class. Six weeks after winning last year’s Melbourne Cup he won the prestigious Hong Kong Cup (2400m) at Sha Tin and his subsequent form in England has been outstanding. Shahwardi showed he is benefiting from de Royer-Dupre’s magic when he stormed home from last to first to win the Herbert Power Handicap on Saturday. Initially prepared by de Royer-Dupre, the seven-year-old was transferred to the stable of English-based Australian Jeremy Gask before returning to the Frenchman’s stable earlier this year.

French are coming: Left, Shahwardi with Kerrin McEvoy races away from Excluded ridden by Craig Williams in Herbert Power Handicap at Caulfield on Saturday. Above, Allison Bennett, trainer of New York. Pictures: Slickpix

Although Saturday was his first win in three years, Shahwardi showed he was on the way back by finishing a pleasing third in the Group 2 Prix Kergorlay (3000m) at Deauville in July. Another French cup aspirant, Brigantin, also has come through the Prix Kergorlay. Trained by the “little general” Andre Fabre at Chantilly, Brigantin finished second to the globetrotting Joshua Tree (who won the Canadian International on Monday morning Australian time) and a long neck ahead of Shahwardi. Interestingly both Americain and Dunaden contested the Prix Kergorlay on their way to Melbourne. Cranbourne trainer Michael Kent’s sights would have risen as a result Shahwardi’s triumphant performance

at Caulfield. Tac de Boistron, a newcomer to his stable, defeated Shahwardi in the Group 2 Maurice de Nieull over 2800 metres at Longchamp in July. A winner of five of his 26 starts, Tac de Boistron has progressed this year and Kent is confident he will be competitive in the Melbourne Cup. Former Test cricketer and television commentator Simon O’Donnell can expect to pick up prizemoney with imported Gatewood over the coming weeks. Sent out favourite in the Herbert Power, Gatewood was travelling like a winner before being shuffled to last approaching the home turn. He didn’t receive a clear passage after this and virtually cantered home in seventh place. Even though well beaten, he

indicated he would be a force in any race. Leading trainer Mark Kavanagh has won a Melbourne Cup and a Cox Plate, but Sunday’s victory in the $200,000 Cranbourne Cup gave him as much satisfaction as any of his other achievements. Kavanagh was chuffed because he had brought Midnight Martini back from injury “She was on her way to the Melbourne Cup when she suffered a serious back injury on Derby Day last year,” Kavanagh said. “There was a time I doubted she would race again but we put a lot of work into her and now she is right, we just have to keep her ticking along. “We’re pretty pleased with what we’ve done and the win is a credit to

everyone connected to the stable.” With Midnight Martini on the comeback trail, Kavanagh will aim her at the Group 2 Matriarch Stakes (2000m) at Flemington on 10 November. Although Boom ‘n’ Zoom failed in his attempt to win back-to-back Cranbourne Cups, local trainer Ken Keys was pleased with the performance. Keys said Boom ‘n’ Zoom, who finished seventh in the race, was excused by his jockey Glen Boss: “Glen told me they went too slowly for Boom ‘n’ Zoom to put himself in the finish,” Keys said. The gelding was still coming home when the race was virtually over. Keys said he is looking forward to Boom ‘n’ Zoom’s next race – the 2400m Bendigo Cup on 31 October. Moe trainer Allison Bennett is looking to bigger races following New York’s victory in a restricted handicap at Cranbourne. “He has been slow to develop and mature,” Bennett said of the five-yearold. “Because of this we have taken him along quietly but the way he won suggests to me he is ready to tackle the Country Cup at Flemington on Oaks Day.” n International form expert Peter Ellis provides weekly racing tips online at the Tatts website. Visit > News > Peter Ellis Racing Tips after 2pm each Friday. Listen to Peter’s race analysis and tips for Melbourne and Adelaide meets on Saturday mornings at 10.45am in Under The Microscope on RadioTAB. Visit www.tatts. com > Racing > RadioTAB.

Fishing as lumpy as spring weather ON THE LINE

By Paul “Tracker” Pingiaro YES, it’s spring and this means the weather is all over the place. One day it’s fine and 28 degrees and the next it’s windy, raining and 13 degrees. Welcome to southern Victoria! Weather forecasts should be checked regularly as they can change with little or no notice. All anglers should have Melbourne’s 128km radar and one of the many wind indicating and forecasting links bookmarked on their smart phones. At the first hint of bad weather, anglers should pack up and head back to the safety of the ramp. Both Port Phillip and Western Port are capable of going from perfectly calm to dangerously rough. It’s always better to wish you were on the water than wishing you weren’t. In the past week, fishing has been just like the weather. Great catches one day followed by not much the next. This is due to the weather and the water temperature. As the climate moves from winter to spring and then from spring to summer, all this will change. The only sure thing at the moment is you will only catch fish if your lines are in the water. Where they’re biting Snapper Matthew Hunt of Matthew Hunt Fishing Services (0419 760 510) reports the snapper are a little inconsistent, yet for those willing to put in the time and effort, good results are achievable. He recommends fishing 12-16 metres off Mt Eliza when its rough, 18-21 metres out from Carrum and Mornington


when it’s calm and off Williamstown after the rain. He said pilchards have outfished all other baits by about 10:1. He said as the water temperature rises, the snapper are only going to get better and will be going nuts by Melbourne Cup weekend. Snapper ranging from pinkies to 3kg have been caught from both Black Rock and Mornington’s mussel farm. At Schnapper Point Boat Hire we have seen a few fish to 5kg. Best results have been at the mussel farm and also in 19 metres in front of Mornington pier. In Western Port some good catches are getting boated at Lysaghts and in front of Watsons Inlet. Eagle and Crawfish rocks also are worth a try. For those fishing off piers, some great reds to 7kg have been caught at Mornington, Mordialloc and Stony Point; the best results are when it’s rough and windy. Squid The inkers continued to be consistent in southern Port Phillip with some up to 2.5kg being boated, while at times they have been hard to find. However, once anglers locate them, some very good results are being achieved. Many anglers fishing Portsea have travelled up as far as Rye to escape the crowds. Further up the bay, toward Morning­ ton and Frankston, the fishing contin­ ues to be very slow. In Western Port good squid to 3kg have been caught from Stony Point to Quail Bank. For both bays size 3.0 jigs have been doing the damage. For those fishing the piers, Sorrento, Portsea and

Chelsea – Mordialloc News 16 October 2012

Flathead Some large catches of flatties have been boated from Schnapper Point and Yaringa boat hires. They have been a good staple when the snapper have failed to bite, with most fishos at least going home with a feed. Best baits have been squid and blue bait, and best results are in 6-12 metres of water. Yaringa Harbour Jonny of Yaringa Boat Hire reports Tyabb Bank is producing leatherjacket, squid, grass whiting and King George whiting while the mouth of Watsons Inlet is seeing snapper and few gummy sharks. Best baits have been mussels on the banks, and pilchards and squid in the deeper water. Tip of the week Always fish with the lightest sinker the conditions will allow. This will give the bait a more natural presentation and hence help you catch more fish. Tight lines and calm seas. How’s that: Kosta Linardos caught this lovely snapper last week while on a fishing charter with Matthew Hunt.

Blairgowrie have been the best in Port Phillip while it’s Stony Point, Flinders and Warneet for the best results in Western Port. Whiting Southern Port Phillip from Rye to St Leonards has been seeing the best results, however some nice whiting are also getting caught off Sunnyside in Mt Eliza and Mills Beach in Mornington. Best results are on pippies, squid and mussels.

In Western Port the whiting are just like the water temperature and are starting to warm up. The best locations are Watsons Inlet and Quail Bank. Best baits have been pippies and mussels. Gummy sharks Some nice gummies are being caught on the change of tide off Rye in Port Phillip and from Eagle Rock in Western Port. Best baits have been fresh salmon and squid fished on a running sinker rig.

n Paul “Tracker” Pingiaro has been fishing since he could hold a rod and stay in the boat. He was introduced to the sport by his father. Tracker has boat hire businesses in Mornington and at Yaringa Boat Harbour in Somerville. He has been a fishing writer for several magazines and now brings his knowledge to MP News Group papers for season 2012-13. Mornington Boat Hire, Bait & Tackle Pty Ltd. Yaringa Boat Hire, Somerville, Western Port Bay. www.western Email spbh@big or call 5975 5479.

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