Domain Review Bayside & Port Phillip - July 27, 2022

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PEOPLE & PROPERTY OF MELBOURNE

JULY 27-AUGUST 2, 2022

SHAUN MICALLEF

CHILD’S PLAY

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THE OTHER PENINSULA

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BENITO MARTIN

There aren’t many Australians who haven’t seen, or at least heard of, Neighbours. The last episode of the show will air on Network 10 this week, after it was canned when Britain’s Channel 5 cut it from its line up earlier this year. Talking about its end in our office, I realised for many of us, it has been around our entire lives. It’s become part of our culture, and gave opportunities to so many in the film industry. We spoke to cast members past and present, including cover star Olympia Valance, about their time on Ramsay Street – where good neighbours truly became good friends. ●

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THE EDIT Things we love about Melbourne

OUR COVER \ Olympia Valance on “Ramsay Street”. Photographed by Kristoffer Paulsen

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TRAVEL \ PORTARLINGTON

Grand escape

Portarlington’s new hotel is putting the Bellarine on the map. Wo r d s

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Shades of green and blue align nicely with sleek timber furniture, art deco bedheads and plush velvet chairs in the king-size rooms, while bathrooms stocked with sustainable slippers and refillable toiletries are a winning point of difference. The pub dining room downstairs is where you can order the popular Portarlington mussels, while the bar staff can create any cocktail you like.

Melbourne businessman Paul Little, who bought the double-storey pub in 2019, has injected $10 million into reinvigorating the site. While he brings Melbourne chic to this seaside town, he hasn’t steered too far away from pub grub that locals love. Little also owns the Port Phillip Ferry service and is doing all he can to woo Melburnians and tourists to the magic of the “other” peninsula.

Taking a ferry makes our arrival smooth and stress-free – and shaves 40 minutes off the trip by car. A concierge at the hotel can help build your itinerary should you want to be pampered from the moment you get to the ferry terminal. This will no doubt be the hot ticket – we highly recommend booking a driver to take you to all the sites on the Bellarine. ●

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f you’re looking for a quiet winter getaway – snug by the fire while waves crash in the background, this quaint coastal town on the Bellarine Peninsula will do the trick. Portarlington is an under-hyped seaside gem a mere 20-minute drive from Geelong and little more than an hour on the ferry from Docklands. The Portarlington Grand Hotel, newly opened in a historic building, is the statement jewel that sits high on the hill, within view of the ferry and a five-minute upward stroll on foot. The boutique hotel’s 18 rooms are located over two levels, where modern luxury interiors feel at home in this heritage makeover. The street-facing rooms come with spacious balconies and larger-thanlife bathrooms. Techne Architecture and Interior Design – the team that gave us the Garden State Hotel in Flinders Lane and The Esplanade Hotel St Kilda – were behind the project.

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winning restaurant, the Jack Rabbit Vineyard is a

and sunrise from your balcony and be one of the

tasting room is run by owners Russell and Lorelle

must – the views don’t really get better. There’s

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Warren who welcome guests to hear stories about

a helicopter service, too, which is popular with

fuses old-world charm with 21st-century ambition.

the origins of each spirit they distil.

people who want to elevate the experience.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Comedy gold Shaun Micallef talks about his childhood, career and his most authentic role to date.

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rom Mad As Hell’s political satire to hosting documentaries on ABC TV, Shaun Micallef says it took creating Network 10’s Brain Eisteddfod to feel his most natural self in front of the camera. “I’m always used to being the performer, and this time I really get to be myself. I’m the most strippedback version of me you’ll get,” says Micallef, who returns to commercial television 10 years after he last hosted the game show Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation. “Brain Eisteddfod isn’t so much about me doing comedy; it’ll be funny in a natural way with the students on this game show, but it’s my job to not get in the way and annoy anyone,” Micallef says. Brain Eisteddfod features two schools – one private and one public – competing against each other, with some of the country’s brainiest kids pressing buzzers to outdo each other across the subjects of maths, science, history and literature. In a bid to bring families together on the couch, Micallef hopes the new game show will be just what families all sitting on different devices under the one roof need right now. A former insurance lawyer who turned to comedy in the early 1990s, Micallef moved to Melbourne to work as a writer for Full Frontal, which gave him a taste of what could be. Since then, he’s spent decades in the spotlight, even though he never really planned it that way. His colourful career has given him plenty of material for his memoir Tripping Over Myself, which is due

to be published in November by Hardie Grant. Being comfortable in front of an audience wasn’t always easy for Micallef, who hid behind costumes and make-up in the early days. Then came The Micallef Show, where he played a character of himself as host. “It wasn’t until I did radio after that, that I lowered my mask and felt OK to be in front of an audience who were OK with me being a little unscripted,” he says. Growing up, Micallef’s family showed affection through comedy. “Comedy always had currency in our house as a kid,” he says. “We didn’t embrace each other or go on about our feelings around Mum or Dad; instead, we made each other laugh.” The married father of three lives in Williamstown and remembers falling in love with the western bayside suburb while filming Sea Change in the late ’90s and 2000. “I lived in Albert Park before we rented in Port Melbourne, and it was during this time my wife and I would look out over the bay and see Williamstown and admire it from afar,” Micallef says. “I was filming a courthouse scene, which was set up in the Life Saver’s Club in Williamstown, and got to know the area quite well. That’s when we decided to move there, and we haven’t left.” ● SHAUN MICALLEF’S BRAIN EISTEDDFOD \ Wednesdays, 7.30pm on Network 10.

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COVER STORY

Farewell, Neighbours

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hen the final credits roll on Neighbours tomorrow night, viewers will have witnessed 64 deaths, 39 weddings, 17 births and 35 natural disasters in nearly 9000 episodes throughout the 37-year lifespan of the show. But there is no counting the number of tears that have been shed by cast, crew and devoted fans of the iconic Australian series since it was announced that the drama was finally coming to an end. Sadly, unlike the resurrection of characters Harold Bishop and Jim Robinson, there will be no fairy-tale ending this time around for Neighbours. Before a wrap was called for the final time, a swag of stars returned to the show to celebrate its incredible legacy, not just to them but to the Australian television industry as a whole. Olympia Valance, who played feisty Paige Novak for five years from 2014, says she wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to return to the show where she began her acting career, even if it was only days before her own real-life fairy-tale wedding to retired AFL star Thomas Bellchambers. “It meant a lot to me to say goodbye to Neighbours because it started my career, and they’ve been like my family for five years of my life,” she says. “Yes, it was bad timing, but no part of me wasn’t going to make it work. I didn’t think that I would get so emotional. It was like all these memories were f looding back through me, and all the cast and crew were there for it.” Valance says the loss of the show will affect the future careers of other on- and off-screen talent. “It’s just been such a massive learning ground for some of the biggest Australian actors that we have in the world, and it’s a travesty that we don’t have anything like that any more,” she says. “I think it’s incredibly devastating that young Australian actors won’t get to have the experience that, for five years, was fundamental to who I am today.”

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Valance says it is a testament to the show’s power that other famous faces who cut their teeth on Neighbours – including Kylie Minogue, Guy Pearce and Jason Donovan – agreed to reprise their roles one last time. “I’m just so proud of these people who really did not need to come back but did anyway out of respect for what the show has done for them and their careers, and the respect for our industry and for the show,” she says. Long-running cast members Rebekah Elmaloglou and Annie Jones have also bid emotional farewells to the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough – as has Stefan Dennis who has called Ramsay Street (also known as Pin Oak Crescent in Vermont South) home for the better part of 35 years. “It’s funny because I was just telling myself not to get too emotional,” Dennis says. “That it is just the end to a very long game; it’s just the end of yet another gig.

“It’s just been such a massive learning ground for some of the biggest Australian actors.” OLYMPIA VALANCE

“I was putting myself in that mindset, and I was absolutely perfect until the very last day. I just wanted to sort of sneak away without the fanfare.” When he finished his final scene, Dennis made a swift exit from the studio but was unexpectedly overcome with the significance of the moment. “I opened the (studio) door, and as the door closed, I just got really emotional. The actual physical act of the door closing was the thing that got me,” he says.


Residents of Ramsay Street reflect on the show that meant so much to Melbourne’s film industry.

Elmaloglou, who also starred in Home and Away, says she marvels at how lucky she was to have taken on the role of Terese Willis on Neighbours alongside Dennis for more than a decade. “There are very few actors out there who can say they have worked as a series regular on not one but two of Australia’s favourite dramas. So, I feel very blessed,” she says. “The most memorable moments I have from working on the show would have to be working with the wonderful Stefan Dennis. The consummate professional and my dear friend. We knew each other so well when we worked together; we almost didn’t have to say anything.” Annie Jones, who began her career as “Plain Jane Superbrain” on the show in 1986 and was awarded the prestigious Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress in 1989, returned to the show in 2020 as a regular cast member. “I’d have to say the most memorable moment for me was getting to be Charlene’s bridesmaid,” she says. “Who could have predicted that pink taffeta would look so dated! “It’s such a shame on so many levels, that the show is ending. It’s an iconic Australian show which has been a training ground for every aspect of television – writers, directors, make-up artists, camera operators, the list goes on, not to mention the many actors. It’s very sad.” ● NEIGHBOURS \ Final episode airs on July 28 on 10 and 10 Peach at 7.30pm.

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FEATURE HOUSE BRIGHTON EAST \ 183 SOUTH ROAD 5

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Inspired by the glamour of French provincial design and built on a grand scale, this Brighton East home offers an effortless and pleasurable lifestyle in an excellent location. The house is beautifully detailed inside and out. Behind a fence of lacy ironwork with a decorative gate, the facade is beautifully balanced and ornately trimmed. Inside, the decorative style continues with deep cornices, ornate ceilings and framed wall panels and doors. Hardwood floors have been laid downstairs, and white plantation shutters fitted at the many tall windows. Chandeliers emphasise the sense of occasion in principal rooms. Entry to the home is via an elegant porch to a wide hall and a curved timber staircase with a lacy wrought-iron balustrade. To one side is the formal living and dining room with an ornate white fireplace. On the other side of the hall, a bedroom with an en suite is followed by the laundry and then a study with fitted shelves. The living, dining and kitchen area at the rear has bifold doors to the covered entertaining terrace and the garden, where a white pagoda looks festive against the green of the lawn. The white kitchen has a large butler’s pantry, and its style, with a double cornice, pillars on the island bench and framed cupboards, suits the room beautifully. Smeg appliances, marble benchtops, and plenty of storage make this a pleasure to use. The first floor is zoned with the main bedroom suite and its retreat across the front of the house. Double doors open to a terrace, the walk-in wardrobe is vast, and the en suite has

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an oval bath, oversized shower and twin handbasins. The three children’s bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes and share the family bathroom, a retreat and a terrace looking out to the rear garden. Also on this floor is a deep walk-in linen cupboard. There is hydronic heating, refrigerated cooling, video surveillance and alarm, a sprinkler system and solar panels with battery. The house is close to Hampton Street shopping, transport, golf courses and several schools. ● BEVERLEY JOHANSON property@domainreview.com.au

Agent: Kay & Burton, Alex Schiavo 0419 239 549 Price: $4.3 million-$4.5 million Expressions of interest: close 5pm, August 9

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“THIS LOVELY HOUSE IN MANICURED GARDENS OFFERS AN OUTSTANDING FAMILY LIFESTYLE.” ALEX SCHIAVO – AGENT


ELWOOD \

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201/114-116 TENNYSON STREET

balcony, as does the open-plan hub, wherein the kitchen curries aesthetic

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Reached through sliders in the hub, the terrace beckons with a covered, barbecue-

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approval with cloud-grey marble surfaces.

endowed area adjoining an open-air section that abuts lawn with built-in

Ascend the staircase for the terrace, with

Attractive from go to whoa, this

seating. The main bedroom suite takes up

There’s a buzz surrounding this sale, and

a built-in barbecue and morphing scenery

contemporary residence partners a

the lion’s share of the first floor. The minors

with good reason. In an award-nominated

setting the stage for summer soirees.

designer interior with outdoor areas fit for

settle contentedly for proximity to a full

development built by Keystone Property

“Only three of the 15 remain, with interest

play and entertaining. The facade does

bathroom and fitted study nook. ●

Group (half owned by ex-rugby player Ray

registered from local and international

modernist with confidence. That approach

Evans) and designed by Billy Kavellaris

buyers,” says the agent. ●

continues indoors, with engineered oak KAY KEIGHERY

(KUD Architecture), the penthouse pad claims extraordinary city views from its

KAY KEIGHERY

floors, black frames on extensive glazing and a shoji-style door delineating the

sweeping roof terrace. The floor plan

Agent: Meridian,

kitchen-meals-living hub. Ground level

presents with practical precision. All

Anna Dikeos 0404 525 722

comprises of the hub (with gas fireplace

Agent: Hodges, Paul Bond 0419 519 311

bedrooms (including the main with walk-

Price: $1.8 million-$1.9 million

and walk-through pantry to the laundry), a

Price: $1.9 million-$2.09 million

through wardrobe to a roomy en suite)

Private sale

lounge, cellar and store and powder rooms.

Auction: 11am, July 30

ST KILDA WEST \

under a stone mantel and a pressed-metal

BRIGHTON \ 9 CARPENTER STREET

rear of the house, the light and spacious

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ceiling. Decked out with timber-look floors and quality appliances, the open-plan

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living and dining area opens to a covered

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hub concludes with concertina doors to

deck and private garden. The luxurious kitchen has a butler’s pantry and Miele

the paved backyard, which moonlights

A short walk from Brighton Beach and

appliances. Upstairs is a large bedroom

This updated Victorian house is splendidly

as off-street parking. An air-conditioning

close to shopping, cafes, transport

with en suite, and storage. The house has

situated for a beachy, family lifestyle. The

unit, Euro laundry and shed figure among

and schools, this home would appeal

hydronic heating, air-conditioning, a gas

corner block occupies two titles. There’s

the extra. Stroll moments to trams, Catani

to a family looking for a convenient

fire in the sitting room, plantation shutters

charm galore about the double-fronted

Gardens and the foreshore. ●

location or to downsizers after a lifestyle

and Shugg windows. ●

KAY KEIGHERY

facade, with its textured brickwork and green trims in sync with the front fence

property. Built during the Victorian era

BEVERLEY JOHANSON

and meticulously renovated, it offers

and lacework crowning the entrance

contemporary comfort and amenity. On

verandah. The main bedroom has twin

Agent: Marshall White,

the ground floor, a formal living room with

Agent: Devlin Private Sales and Projects,

windows to the streetscape. The lounge

Larissa Resetar 0407 628 876

fireplace, and three bedrooms, including

Trudy Biggin 0417 127 528

exhibits co-ordinated skirting boards,

Price: $2.125 million

the main with walk-in wardrobe and

Price: $3.25 million-$3.575 million

cornice and window frame; a fireplace

Contact agent

en suite, open off the central hall. At the

Auction: 10.30am, August 6

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BRIGHTON Penthouse at 25 Wilson Street PENTHOUSE PRESTIGE WITH POOL AND PANORAMIC VIEWS Crowning the top 2 floors of exclusive Khyats, this palatial 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom penthouse with swimming pool is wrapped in a sequence of terraces accessed from almost every room. Offering a selection of formal and casual spaces for entertaining on an immense scale with bay and city views in the background, it’s a prestigious family home or downsizer with wow-factor all over it. belleproperty.com/222P367837

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FOR SALE Expressions of Interest CLOSING Monday August 15 at 5pm VIEW By Appointment

Sam Inan 0433 076 999 Jesse Lorenz 0403 142 119 Maria Hunt 0413 187 188


BRIGHTON 19 Munro Street

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ARCHITECTURALLY RENOVATED 1920S HAVEN Completely renovated and thoughtfully extended to a standard that is rare to find, this elegant and sophisticated home boasts incredible natural light and a floorplan that will exceed your wildest of expectations. This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home is the pride of Munro Street. Love the polished concrete floors, dual living zones, Calacatta stone kitchen, ensuites to upstairs bedrooms, and alfresco delights. Just a stone’s throw to the exciting Church St!

AUCTION Saturday August 13 at 11:30am VIEW See website for details GUIDE $2,950,000 - $3,245,000

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Andy Nasr 0422 029 324 Julian Cannata 0424 717 913 Moses Habib 0450 011 922

belleproperty.com/222P352836

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ELWOOD 27 Normandy Road A REMARKABLE EDWARDIAN ON 1100SQM IN ELWOOD’S MOST SOUGHT AFTER STREET Overwhelmed with stunning period detail which dates back to the home’s original build in 1915, and showcasing an astonishing land size which measures 1100 sqm (approx.) plus absolutely gorgeous gardens filled with mature trees and native birdlife, this updated 3/4 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence over two exceptional levels is an Elwood dream with the beach and village shops located at either end of the street.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING Monday August 8 at 12pm VIEW See website for details

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4v

1100 r

Andy Nasr 0422 029 324 Julian Cannata 0424 717 913 Moses Habib 0450 011 922

GUIDE $6,600,000 - $7,200,000

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ST KILDA WEST 2/349 Beaconsfield Parade THE ULTIMATE BEACHSIDE PAD FOR LOVERS OF ALFRESCO ENTERTAINING Directly opposite St Kilda Beach and offering an expansive terrace for your alfresco dreams, this superbly updated 2 BR ground floor apartment will have you giddy with delight. Love the polished timber floors, relaxed living/meals which opens to the terrace with water feature, stone kitchen with Fisher & Paykel appls, BIRs in bedrooms, bathroom with marble and travertine detail, Euro laundry, heat/cool, and car space.

FOR SALE VIEW See website for details

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Julian Cannata 0424 717 913 Moses Habib 0450 011 922 Andy Nasr 0422 029 324

belleproperty.com/222P380832

RIPPONLEA 8/120 Brighton Road

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STYLISH, SPACIOUS AND RENOVATED From glorious westerly sunsets through gorgeous mature trees, to the wonderful space and stylish contemporary renovation, this inspired 2 BR top floor residence features a brand new kitchen and bathroom plus bright and spacious living and car space.

ST KILDA 6/66 Alma Road

2a 1b 1v

PERFECT LIFESTYLE POSITION AUCTION Saturday August 13 at 1:30pm VIEW See website for details

Enjoying a serene position within the block with natural sunlight, this apartment delivers space and ease of living with a renovated kitchen, spacious living/dining room, master bedroom with BIR'S, and tiled bathroom incorporating laundry facilities.

Julian Cannata 0424 717 913 Andy Nasr 0422 029 324 Moses Habib 0450 011 922

Margaret Duncan 0417 382 686 Maria Hunt 0413 187 188 Nicholas Peters 0422 393 709

www.belleproperty.com/st-kilda

www.belleproperty.com/st-kilda

FORTHCOMING AUCTION VIEW See website for details


Brighton 102 Esplanade AUCTION Fri 12th Aug 6.00pm

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Brighton's Esplanade; an address aspired to by many, yet realised by few. This magnificent five bedroom, three bathroom beachfront abode has been carefully curated to deliver an effortless fusion of timeless beauty and contemporary style throughout. Rooms of generous proportions span two levels, offering a mix of formal and informal living-dining areas, a choice of study spaces, and an entertainer's kitchen that's as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. In perfect complement are the home's outdoor areas, which include a paved alfresco zone, lush gardens and a large swimming pool.

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