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from the directors On behalf of Directors, staff and stakeholders to the business, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients and customers a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

in early 2013 will have a positive impact on turnover and residential values on the Peninsula as traffic choked people in Melbourne East see the virtues of living in a more relaxed atmosphere.

Whilst it has been a difficult trading year, there are tentative signs of a recovery to more normal business conditions. Industry analyst RP Data is reporting a consistent upward trend in housing sales turnover franked also by an improvement in the clearance rate for Auction sales in the Melbourne Metro area.

Whilst it is always difficult to hear and predict the recovery bell, history tells us that may people lament that they did not follow the dictum of “buying in gloom and selling in doom”.

With housing affordability improving courtesy of general wages increasing at more than the inflation rate at historically low levels, the stage is set for a Real Estate recovery. On a micro viewpoint, we all seem to think that the opening of the Frankston bypass

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Christmas Wishes shoots of Spring, there have been some significant recent sales at the upper end which may be a sign of things to come. Commercial and Industrial activity has also been subdued and recovery in those sectors usually lag behind the rest. So, to use the old cliché “good soldiers don’t look behind”, we say goodbye to a lackluster 2012 and look forward optimistically to a brighter more buoyant 2013.

Residential tenancy activity is quite strong with Property managers reporting strong demand for all sorts of accommodation with vacancy rates at long term trend levels.

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The Rural/Lifestyle market had tended to mirror the residential sector with a compression of values favouring the lower to middle value range. However like the green

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Substitution of collateral is a financing option available when investing in property, allowing you as an investor to take your loan with you to another property. In essence, when you sell a property and buy another you are substituting the property that offers security on the loan. The same loan details apply and repayment arrangements continue on although the collateral itself has altered. Benefits of the substitution include: • You are not always required to complete a full investment loan application; • If there are no alterations to the conditions of the loan then there are no early repayments fees to pay; • You may be able to retain a lower interest rate if you currently have a discounted variable or fixed rate loan that is less than current rates; • If you receive a profit from the sale you may be able to reduce the balance of the loan without financial penalty; Before entering into an arrangement involving a substitution clause there are some matters to be considered:

• Both the borrower/s and the mortgagor must be the same – no new party or third party can be introduced; • If the new collateral is worth less than the previous investment then the lender may seek to ensure that the security margin is maintained; • A new credit assessment may be required by the lender; • This is not an option if a guarantor is involved in the investment loan; • Settlement of the sale of the existing investment may need to be simultaneous or prior to the purchase of the new investment property; • If there is time between the settlement from the sales of the existing collateral and the settlement of the new property then steps must be taken, such as exchanging and executing contracts, to ensure that the lender maintains an appropriate security position. Without exception, we recommend you have a qualified person review any agreement prior to signing and, in particular, to review any applicable clauses for their validity and effectiveness.

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8/99 Bentons Road, Mornington

RESIDENTIAL

For Sale: $290,000 - $310,000

Bentons Cottage Free standing 2 bedroom brick unit surrounded by expansive lawns and mature gardens, and just 300metres to Benton Square. This well maintained property has been freshly painted and has new carpets throughout. This is a great starter for couples or a friendly location for retirees who prefer no retirement village contracts. Spacious central lounge with gas heating and ceiling

fan, timber kitchen with gas hotplates and electric oven, built in robes to both bedrooms and single garage with access to the very generous size fully fenced rear yard. One of the best unit buys in Mornington!

Contact: Karin Mander 0409 597 508

Karin Mander has 15 years experience with Jacobs & Lowe-Bennetts and you can be assured that your home is in very capable hands. 20 Nunns Road, Mornington

Auction: Sat 8th December at 12pm

Endless Opportunities, Corner Site 200m To Beach! Endless opportunities await the fortunate new owner of this gorgeous early 1900’s Fisherman’s Beach home. Situated on approximately 690m on the corner of View Street and Nunns Road, this much loved family home with a Queenslander feel and loads of original character awaits you as your new home or potential development site (STCA). Featuring timber French doors from all living rooms plus the master bedroom all opening onto extensive timber decking and brick paving.

Contact: Karin Mander 0409 597 508

With millions of dollars of sales to her name, Karin knows how to achieve the best possible result when selling your home.

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1/125 Harrap Road, Mount Martha

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For Sale: $410,000 - $440,000

Brand New! Ideally located at the front of a complex with its own street frontage, this spacious 3 bedroom home with ensuite is a must to inspect if you are looking for no maintenance and weekends to enjoy what the Peninsula has to offer. The double garage has internal access and an open plan dining and lounge is perfect

for entertaining. Only minutes from schools, Bentons Square Shopping Centre and transport, this is a fantastic opportunity for an investor, first home buyer or those looking to downsize.

Contact: Chris Garrett 0419 397 835

60 Frankston-Flinders Road, Frankston South

For Sale: $430,000 - $470,000

Run Your Business from Home Main road exposure comes for free with this spacious 3 bedroom plus study home. At the end of the day you can relax with bay views from the kitchen window. On the main level we have a spacious lounge, kitchen and meals area, the bedrooms and study. Below is the double garage, separate workshop,

another study/office or make it a 4th bedroom and an amazing rumpus/games room/studio with a wet bar. Ready for your own personal touches and flair, this could be the ideal work/live situation.

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here are 12 days leading up to a very Aussie Christmas and if you can fill the 12 Aussie icons which make up this puzzle you will be in the running to win a $100 Voucher to any store of your choice to spend over the Christmas Holidays.

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16/2A Bentons Road, Mount Martha

For Sale: $460,000 - $500,000

2/72 Herbert Street, Mornington

Stylish with Substance!

Happy at Home on Herbert Street

Situated close to the Esplanade, this stylish townhouse features 3 bedrooms, 2 living areas, polished timber floors and luxurious carpets, and a beautiful bathroom that will surely impress! Along with the convenience of ducted heating and air conditioning, this property also includes: Quality window furnishings, downstairs powder room, well appointed kitchen, sunny rear courtyard, double garage (auto). Leased until 26.01.13, currently paying $1,782pcm ($410pw). Realistically priced - call now for further details.

Presenting more like a house than a unit, this very spacious freestanding 3 bedroom home is situated at the end of a stunning tree lined drive way and directly next door to expansive parklands. With a big welcoming entrance hall, open plan living and dining, north facing lounge room and 9’ ceilings, this immaculate home definitely has room to move. Solid timber kitchen with gas hotplates and electric oven and loads of bench space. Ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout, new split system and ducted vacuum.

Contact: Simon Farrar 5976 5912

For Sale: $599,000

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39 Waterview Drive, Mount Martha

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For Sale: $1,000,000 - $1,100,000

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2&3/31 Macdonald Grove, Mornington

Style, Substance and Views!

Charming and Graceful Beachside

Stunning 4 bedroom plus study, 3 bathroom home with bordering native bushland reserve and with gorgeous bay views. Thoughtful design with great separation of living and bedrooms to allow family flexibility. Spacious living areas flowing to rear deck with bush and bay outlook. Huge laundry, study and internal access to the large 3 car remote garage also being utilized as an extra rumpus room or man cave! Upstairs features a designer kitchen.

Your choice of two townhouses within easy walking distance to Main Street with its vibrant beachside lifestyle asking to be enjoyed by you! 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 separate living area abodes with 2 car remote garage with internal access, modern fixtures and fittings with old world charm. Open plan living and dining, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and island bench leading out onto undercover decked alfresco area.

Contact: Zee Anthony 0402 177 704

66 Hayes Avenue, Rosebud

Contact: Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102

For Sale: $412,000

Contact: Zee Anthony 0402 177 704

20 Waltham Drive, Mornington

The Beauty of Thoughtful Design

Stylish, Sophisticated and Elevated

Fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home designed and constructed by Fasham Johnson. With light spilling in from all angles and a wonderful sense of space through clever design. Open plan living and meals area adjoining the stylish and perfectly proportioned kitchen, with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher. A low maintenance courtyard garden, main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite bathroom with contemporary stylings. Contact:

Beautifully presented 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with light filled living areas and elevated position providing distant rural vistas. With 3 distinct living areas and the kitchen with vaulted ceilings at the hub of the home. Work from home in the great size home office with separate dedicated entry which could also be utilized as another living area, parents/kids retreat or theatre room. Main bedroom with walk in robe and sizeable ensuite plus 3 further bedrooms. Contact:

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Zee Anthony 0402 177 704

For Sale: $759,000 each

Contact: Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102

For Sale: $480,000 - $550,000

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16 & 18 Wellington Street, Mornington

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RESIDENTIAL

For Sale: $765,000 each

Let Your Super Work For You! With the property market set to rebound over the medium term, strong capital growth is expected. Utilising the scope of your selfmanaged Superannuation Fund, this quality townhouse would be the ideal investment for the astute investor who is perhaps looking to retire in the near future. In a buyers market, this is a unique opportunity to lock in a quality property investment at todays prices but with a keen eye for the future.

Located in sought after and leafy Wellington Street, only minutes walk to the vibrant Main Street shopping strip, this property is current

Contact: Simon Farrar 0412 734 130

Contact: Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

The Carman family and team would like to wish all those on the Peninsula a wonderful Christmas and holiday season. We would especially like to thank our loyal clients and wish everyone the best for the festive season and into next year.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102 02 Zee Anthony 0402 177 704 4 Grace Wilson 5976 5903 December 2012

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5 Forshaw Court, Rosebud

For Sale: $430,000 - $470,000

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5/2-4 Pitt Street, Mornington

What a Start!

Neat and Sweet, the Location’s a Treat!

Only 4 years young and in a quiet court, this sensational 3 bedroom home is filled with options galore. The main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite is away from the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms, the 3rd bedroom is huge with the availability of adding a wall and creating a fourth bedroom. Add to this the central kitchen with meals area, separate lounge or theatre room plus an extra separate family or rumpus area leads out to an outdoor alfresco area with cafe blinds. Features include double garage with internal access.

Set in a fantastic beachside location with a parklike setting sits this neat 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit. With a sizeable living area and L shaped lounge, separate kitchen and meals area that flows through to the great sized backyard with paving and small undercover area. The surroundings of the property feel like you are in a peaceful and tranquil park. Main bedroom with walk in robe and 2nd bedroom with BIR. The bathroom is equipped with shower, bath and single basin and there is a separate laundry with external access.

Contact: Chris Garrett 0419 397 835

16 Padua Drive, Mornington

For Sale: $330,000 - $360,000

Contact: Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102

For Sale: $465,000 - $485,000

Sprawling Home with Bungalow Exceptionally valued, sprawling 4 bedroom rendered home which will delight entertainers this summer. Featuring 2 big living areas, the formal lounge with cathedral ceilings and family room adjoining paved pergola area of approximately 8sqm. This low maintenance home has polished concrete floors and a fully paved rear yard with low care gardens. Full ensuite and walk in robe to master bedroom and double BIR’s to the other queen size bedrooms. For those looking for extra living space, the rear bungalow is ideal for a rumpus room, teenagers bedroom or Page 8

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separate home office. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and there is ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout, plus a new alarm. Located opposite approximately 3 acres of park lands, perfect to kick the football or play the boxing day test match. Fully paved wide driveway with room for several cars, plus side access for a trailer. Situated on the high side of the street with plenty of street appeal, this could well be your new family home. Contact: Karin Mander 0409 597 508


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200 Barak Road, Moorooduc

RURAL

For Sale: $1,125,000

“Mannawood” -- rare country style on 8 Acres (approx) ...and only minutes from Mornington and Mt Martha. Hidden away in a quiet country lane is this pretty acreage that combines a very pleasant northerly outlook with a unique rural feel. A charming property offering a range of lifestyle uses. As well as Mornington’s famous shops and cafes, it’s close to great local schools and the soon to be open “Peninsula Link”. The striking 4 bedroom, reproduction residence (circa 2000) sits in a maturing garden surround and caters for modern living with a generous open-plan design incorporating formal & informal living areas. 74 Shoreham Road, Red Hill

The gently sloping block is dotted with shady Manna and local gums and has a rear frontage to Bentons Road. Plentiful domestic tank water storage and a dam, plus a large lock-up shed serviced by a separate driveway, will suit horses, livestock, horticulture or lifestyle devotees seeking space. A rarity to find a home with so many opportunities. Visit www.peninsulalink.com.au for more information on this fantastic new infrastructure. Contact: Cameron McDonald 0418 330 916

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6 Oceanview Avenue, Red Hill

For Sale: POA

Prime Red Hill Position

Hidden Gem

This is an opportunity to acquire prime land in a prime location. The current vendors have had a great life on this property for the past 37 years, but due to advancing age and health problems have reluctantly decided to offer this lifestyle property to be loved by the next owner. The vendor is a licensed racehorse trainer so the property has been horse oriented in the past, but can be utilised for many uses. Consisting of over 18 acres, the property has 2 dams and creek along the rear Contact: boundary. Phillip McNeill-Young 0428 148 693

At the end of a prestigious no through road, this delightful 5 acre approx property has the ideal North Easterly aspect. The substantial home is thoughtfully sited to overlook most of the property, East Creek and the surrounding pristine bushland. The classic 2 storey home features charming country style kitchen/dining with gas fired range, timber cupboards and loads of room. The adjacent lounge room complete with open fireplace opening to a fantastic covered terrace Contact: with serene views across the vineyard. Phillip McNeill-Young 0428 148 693

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For Sale: $1,275,000

414 Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill

For Sale: $1,325,000 - $1,350,000

A Real Charmer On Red Hill Border

Spectacular Views On Over 1.25 Acres

Delightful sheltered and private property of well over 8 acres with lovely valley and distant sea views and located down a very quiet country lane. The gently sloping property has a substantial fruit orchard of around 100 trees, a well fenced paddock of around 5 acres (ideal pony paddock) and delightful rambling gardens surrounding the charming timber cottage believed to have originated in the 1920’s. The cottage is a real charmer with 3 bedrooms, lovely homely open Contact: living and dining area with open fireplace. Phillip McNeill-Young 0428 148 693

This property is in a PRIME location on the exclusive Red Hill ridgetop with a Northerly aspect and SPECTACULAR VIEWS over Port Phillip Bay to the Melbourne skyline. Set on an acre and a quarter (approx), the huge dwelling comprises an older rambling wing with four bedrooms, large open living area, kitchen, bathroom and double carport PLUS an immaculate modern 2 storey wing with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 with spa), large open plan living/kitchen, glass viewing room with 180 Contact: degree views. Phillip McNeill-Young 0428 148 693 December 2012

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Jungle Warfare The Australian 60 Minutes team recently returned to Africa to follow up on their original story with the International Anti Poaching Foundation’s Damien Mander. Liam Bartlett originally interviewed Damien in Zimbabwe in 2010 where Damien founded the IAPF. Mornington born Damien has used his military background to set up ranger training academies in Africa to protect endangered animals, some of them nearing extinction from professional international poaching syndicates. This time Liam Bartlett and his team met with Damien in Mozambique.

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If ever there was a bloke you want in your corner, it’s Damien Mander.

LIAM BARTLETT: We may laugh, but there’s been very little joy in the life of the world’s largest land mammal recently. And the images of their plight are certainly confronting. But this is the bloody reality of the ivory trade. It’s reached a 30-year high and the signs of slaughter are everywhere.

Liam Bartlett first met this former Australian commando in 2010. Back then, he’d taken up the battle to save Africa’s mighty black rhino from poachers. Now he’s fighting for that great symbol of Africa - the elephant. It is very much a war and a warning: the images from this battle-field are confronting.

LIAM BARTLETT: Yeah. DAMIEN: Takes a while for him to get to figure out how to use their trunk. It’s just like a loose cannon. LIAM BARTLETT: You wouldn’t want to get too close to that baby, they’d be pretty protective, wouldn’t they? DAMIEN: Yeah, mate, yeah. You know what mothers are like. “Clean your room, honey! Stay away from those people.” Sorry Mum.

DAMIEN: Liam, here you go, mate. This one is quite recent. It’s been ripped apart by the lions and hyenas, and the vultures have had a crack as well.

But Damien believes the military technology that kept him alive in Iraq could be the key to victory.

LIAM BARTLETT: Oh, they have. Oh, that’s on the nose.

For those willing to learn more about Damien Mander’s anti poaching campaign please visit his website and for those thinking of visiting Mozambique go to www.lugenda.com.

DAMIEN: Yeah it is. You can tell by the teeth it’s quite young. Ivory was probably two or three kilos. The whole face has been cut away here, they would have done it with an axe - as quick as possible.

Full transcript: STORY – LIAM BARTLETT: Sunset in Africa is one of the best times to see its magnificent wildlife. And there’s nothing quite so majestic as the elephant. That looks like quite a big herd. DAMIEN: Yeah, mate, yeah. There’s a few bulls hanging around the outside of the herd there. LIAM BARTLETT: It’s easy to see why former Australian commando Damien Mander has fallen in love with the place. DAMIEN: A little one – a little one there. He is just a baby. He is over the top of the grass. Yeah, Page 10

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LIAM BARTLETT: What, just hacked the face off? DAMIEN: Cut into it, mate, it’s like cutting into wood. LIAM BARTLETT: How long do you think it’s taken them to do that? DAMIEN: Half an hour, mate. Half an hour. From the shot fired, elephant going down, axes into the head, ivory’s out, they’re on their way. It’s just tragic, mate. Geez, it pisses me off. Freeze! Freeze! Don’t move! LIAM BARTLETT: I first met Damien Mander in 2010.

DAMIEN: Down! Face down! Face down!

47s, don’t they?

LIAM BARTLETT: A young Australian soldier, hardened by 12 tours of duty in Iraq, who decided to lay his body on the line in another war - fighting poachers.

DEREK: They are generally using AK-47s, which is totally inadequate for an animal this size. And they just open up and put a magazine into an individual, or sometimes just to shoot into the herd and hope for the best. So you end up with wounded animals running around in the bush, some of them dying later, some of them are a real danger to everybody else out there. And it’s just the bloody tragedy of the suffering that goes with it, you know.

DAMIEN: I had to go through, what I went through - going through Iraq and seeing the worst side of humanity - to make me come over here and spend the time here to understand what is going on here. And you can’t make everyone do that. But it’s something that I know is right. Looking after the environment. If you don’t protect it, this earth is going to chew us up and spit us out. LIAM BARTLETT: And this is what’s at the heart of Damien’s war - masses of ivory. The brutal bounty of an estimated 25,000 African elephants slaughtered in just the past 12 months. Why is ivory becoming an issue now, after so many years? DAMIEN: Geez, mate. It’s just an insatiable demand coming from Asia. And how do you meet that? You could compare it to trying to hold back the tide with your own bare hands. And, despite all the good work that’s being done here, they desperately need something else that’s going to help them win this battle. LIAM BARTLETT: And nowhere is the battle more critical than the massive Niassa reserve in northern Mozambique. It’s a key buffer zone against the poaching that has pushed elephants to the point of local extinction further north. And joining Damien in the fight is Derek Littleton, who runs eco tourism in part of the reserve. Gee, this is only a little one. DEREK: Look at the size of the animal. This is a baby, man. LIAM BARTLETT: Guys, these poachers use AK-

LIAM BARTLETT: One of the main reasons these are at the mercy of the poachers is that they get virtually no protection from the local laws. It’s a bit of a throwback to the old colonial days, when elephants were so abundant, but the laws haven’t caught up. You see, here in Mozambique, if you steal someone’s chook, you’ll spend three months in jail. If you kill their cow, you’ll spend 18 months behind bars. But if you kill one of these magnificent creatures, you will be out in less than three days. DEREK: The tragedy of it is that the wholesale slaughter that’s going on means that some of these populations are not going to recover. Unless we really put the brakes on now. LIAM BARTLETT: It’s crunch time? DEREK: It’s crunch time. LIAM BARTLETT: And force must be met with force. A specialist sniper, Damien runs tactical response programs for rangers in Zimbabwe, South Africa and now Mozambique. DAMIEN: Not like this. OK? Down. LIAM BARTLETT: But as the poachers get smarter, so must the game-keepers. And that’s why Damien is dragging this war into the 21st century. This camera is really just turning night


E S TAT E A G E N T S S I NC E 1 9 0 5 into day, isn’t it? DAMIEN: It’s a FLIR thermal imaging camera, and it’s real game-changer for us. It’s an awesome bit of kit. LIAM BARTLETT: A thermal imaging camera detects body heat. So, no matter how dark it is, any living thing moving across the landscape will be picked up from metres or kilometres away. Meaning the poacher’s cover of darkness is blown. It’s real spy versus spy stuff, isn’t it? DAMIEN: Bet you. Mate, I’ve been involved in conservation for three years, and this is the first time I’ve laid hands on one of these cameras since I left the military. What I think is - if it’s good enough for our soldiers on the battlefield, it should be good enough for the guys trying to protect the animals in the bush. LIAM BARTLETT: The cameras have picked up a heat signal down on the river, so we move off the mountain to investigate. Of course, at night in the African bush, the poachers aren’t the only things that kill. DEREK: You start thinking about the poachers and you end up running into elephant and lion and buffalo, and so on. You have to be awake. DAMIEN: It’s bloody dodgy, mate. It’s not full of kangaroos and possums out here. I’m still regularly shitting myself. LIAM BARTLETT: Crossing a river throws crocodiles and hippopotamus into the mix of hazards. Ahead lies a camp. They could be poachers, they could be fishermen. Out here, they are often both. Turns out these men are fishermen, who could produce the licences to be here. So, they’ve all turned out to be legitimate fishermen? DAMIEN: Yeah, they are legitimate, their licence checks out. LIAM BARTLETT: But in Mozambique right now, everyone is guilty until proven innocent. Two mornings later, another group of men proved the point. So this fishing licence is issued to a bloke who is not here? DEREK: That’s correct, yeah. Actually, in actual fact, every one of these individuals here is here illegally. One bloke is from Tanzania. He doesn’t have a legal pass to be here. And the other two are local guys, but they don’t have licences either. LIAM BARTLETT: Which makes you wonder. DEREK: Yeah. It does. It’s very easy for these guys to infiltrate and get in close to where the pockets of elephant are. LIAM BARTLETT: Well, they get lot more money for a tusk than they would for a basket of those tiny fish. DEREK: Absolutely.

LIAM BARTLETT: How valuable is this ivory, for the people who are taking it? DEREK: The man on the ground is receiving about $50 a kilo. US$50 a kilo. And that has escalated from what was $5 a kilo a year or two years ago. LIAM BARTLETT: So, in very a short space of time it has multiplied exponentially?

www.jlbre.com.au And it will. Drones are the biggest revolution on the battlefield in decades. Mark my words conservation will be changed by drones. We’re entering the drone age. LIAM BARTLETT: In the sky, on the ground this battle will be fought on many fronts. But if successful, Damien and his men won’t only ensure the future of the magnificent elephant, but potentially all of Africa’s extraordinary wildlife.

DAMIEN: We know that if we can look after the elephant, the hardest animal in the ecosystem to protect, we know that everything else is going to be covered. We’re looking after the whole environment in that area. LIAM BARTLETT: So, protect the elephant and effectively you protect all of them? DAMIEN: Exactly, mate. Exactly.

DEREK: Yes, absolutely. It’s multiplied tenfold. LIAM BARTLETT: That’s what they get here. But how much does it sell for on the black markets in Asia?

Damien Mander in Mozambique, releasing the drone as featured in 60 Minutes.

DEREK: We are hearing stories of ivory being sold for as much as $3,000 a kilo. LIAM BARTLETT: Wow. The stakes in this war could not be higher, and as in any war, intelligence is everything. Which is why Damien’s convinced he can win with these. Drones. Unmanned aerial vehicles sending back live intelligence of what’s out there. DAMIEN: Three years in Iraq, I always had these things buzzing over my head, and I knew that they were the reason that I came home safely a lot of the time. So I thought, if we can - if I can have one over there, bringing me home safely, why can’t these elephants have one here? You know, we know they work. I can send a drone out and cover in two hours what a ground team – one of our ground teams that ranges – is going to cover in a whole week. You know, I mean, you can’t dispute that. LIAM BARTLETT: It’s an expensive and ambitious plan, but you have to start somewhere. And Simon Beart, an aircraft mechanic from Melbourne, has come to Mozambique to build Damien’s first drone. SIMON: I don’t know anything about tactics, about weapons and all of that, that’s Damien’s area. But I sure as hell can get some technology working here. LIAM BARTLETT: But you don’t get paid anything for it, it’s a big call. SIMON: No, I have done all of this. Damien and I have basically pieced this together ourselves, out of our own back pockets. But we’re getting there, mate. LIAM BARTLETT: All for the animals? SIMON: All. Yep. LIAM BARTLETT: But first Damien’s drone must launch and fly. DAMIEN: Away. Off he goes! Like a homesick angel. It’s the greatest hope for wildlife we’ll ever know. LIAM BARTLETT: What a ripper! Look at it go. DAMIEN: As soon as I came over here, I just said, geez, technology is going to win this war. December 2012

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Noels Gallery At Red Hill Red Hill business owners Angus Dick and Sarah Glenn are proud to welcome you to their restaurant and wine bar for a unique dining experience. Quietly tucked away on Mornington Flinders Road and surrounded by stunning scenery, diners will instantly feel that they are being greeted by a genuine friend when Angus welcomes you at the door. With the summer holiday season now upon us, Noels Gallery is an extremely affordable and relaxing venue to celebrate with family and friends, whether it be a work breakup or a Christmas and New Year get together. Angus and Sarah offer 5 star service in their delightful rustic charmed restaurant, which generally feels more like a big country home. On sunny days the balcony seating overlooks beautiful vineyards, while cooler evenings can be spent inside by the fire with a glass of red. Angus has an excellent knowledge of wines and will be happy to suggest the perfect accompaniment for your meal. The combination of a fabulous atmosphere and great meal prices has made Noels Gallery a popular destination for both locals and tourists. With meal prices ranging between $16 and $26 and entrees ranging from $6 to $16, reviews have been excellent and it’s no wonder that bookings are certainly recommended on weekends. Noels Gallery is currently open from Thursday to Monday from 12 noon until 11pm, however with increasing popularity the trading hours will increase to brunch, lunch and dinner beginning in late December.

Noels Gallery Hosts 60 Minutes Viewing Noels Gallery was recently the perfect location for a special 60 Minutes viewing night when it played host to Peninsula local and International Anti Poaching Foundation Director, Damien Mander and his family and friends. As 60 Minutes featured their second story about Damien and the IAPF, Noels Gallery business owners Angus and Sarah offered their venue to host the event. Previewed by an excellent meal and great wine, 60 Minutes was shown on the large screen in the main dining room. After the screening, dinner guests gathered at the bar and relaxed in the lounge, completing an excellent evening with wonderful hosts.

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Angus, Damien and Maria.


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30 Barkly Street, Mornington

1/19 Seaton Road Mornington

26 Hardy Street, Mornington

9 Atlantic Terrace, Mount Martha

For Lease: $400 p/w Private Three Bedroom Home

For Lease: $300 p/w Opposite Park and Walking Distance To Beach

For Lease: $290 p/w Three Bedroom Family Home

Sweeping Bay Views!

Three bedroom home with ducted heating, spacious lounge with polished floor boards, modern kitchen with meals area, carpet to good sized bedrooms, seperate laundry, fully fenced yard with paved area ideal for entertaining.

Situated one street back from the beach and close to bus stop, this two bedroom unit has been stylishly renovated throughout and is in immaculate condition. Two double size bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom with shower and bath.

Freshly painted three bedroom family home featuring brand new carpet and blinds throughout. All bedrooms with build in robes, large lounge area with gas heating,separate meals area and kitchen with gas cooking. Family bathroom with separate toilet.

Stunning four bedroom home with sweeping views of the bay from every level. Comprising two living area’s, kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and dining area leading to the large balcony. Master bedroom suite offers large walk in robe.

Contact: Rental Department 5976 5935

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For Lease: $870 p/w

LET 46 Amberley Drive, Mount Martha

808 Moorooduc Highway, Mornington

27A Bath Street, Mornington

For Lease: $395 p/w Beautifully Renovated Home

For Lease: $770 p/w Rural Property With Two Houses!

Executive Townhouse

For Lease: $300 p/w Spacious Three Bedroom Unit

Three bedroom home that has been beautifully renovated throughout offering tiled entrance and meals area, kitchen with new stainless steel appliances including dishwasher. Master bedroom offers walk in robe, TV wall bracket to hang your own flat screen TV, foxtel point.

24 acres with two houses an office/shop area and 6 large sheds. House 1: Three bedrooms, L shaped living with polished floorboards gas heater and air conditioner, modern kitchen. House 2: Living room with gas wall heater, timber kitchen with meals area.

Executive townhouse on exclusive Bath Street. Downstairs comprises of two bedrooms both with built in robes, Main bathroom with shower and vanity separate toilet and laundry. Lovely kitchen with quality appliances and open plan living/dining area.

Three bedroom unit in a lovely, quiet location! Property features spacious kitchen with gas cooking and meals area and living area with gas heater. Main bedroom with en suite and walk in robe with remaining bedrooms offering built in robes.

Contact: Rental Department 5976 5935

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17 Parkhurst Crescent, Mornington

For Lease: $660 p/w

11/99 Bentons Road, Mornington

20 Coneyhurst Crescent, Mornington

18 Lawson Court, Mornington

6 Clipper Quay, Safety Beach

Large Dual Living Home

For Lease: $550 p/w Five Bedrooms Plus Study in Prestigious Location

For Lease: $420 p/w Well Presented Three Bedroom Home

For Lease: $750 p/w Stunning Waterfront Home

Dual living house with two bedrooms plus study. Main bedroom with ensuite, two spacious living areas and kitchen with dishwasher. Fully self contained rear unit perfect for an elderly parent or as a teenager’s retreat. Gas heating, cosy Coonara and air conditioning.

This exceptionally well appointed five bedroom family home plus study of approximately thirty squares of living offers everything that the large or extended family requires and more. Master bedroom has a huge walk in robe and large ensuite with double spa bath.

Featuring recently painted interior and near new carpets. Ensuite and walk in robe to master bedroom with built in robes to other two bedrooms. A well planned kitchen with breakfast bar, gas hot plates, electric under bench oven and dishwasher.

This beautiful North Point home offers the ultimate in waterfront living. Stunning entrance leading to the guest bedroom featuring walk in robe and ensuite.

Contact: Rental Department 5976 5935

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For Lease: $440 p/w

LET 8 Clipper Quay, Safety Beach

For Lease: $750 p/w Absolute Waterfront Living

A107/83 Spinnaker Tce, Safety Beach

For Lease: $510 p/w Amazing Marina Views

LET 18 Wellington Street, Mornington

LET 18 Walpole Street, Mount Martha

For Lease: $480 p/w Spacious Beachside Townhouse

For Lease: $295 p/w Quiet Location

Situated on the waters edge of Martha Cove, this home is sure to impress. Downstairs offers a large guest bedroom with walk in robe, ensuite and access to the side courtyard.

Three bedroom apartment featuring main bedroom with walk through robe and spacious ensuite with double vanity, shower and toilet.

This is Mornington beachside living at its best! Luxury double storey townhouse featuring two living areas, two bathrooms, two bedrooms plus third bedroom/study, double garage, decked verandah, heating & cooling. Spacious kitchen.

Older style timber home in quiet and secluded location. Comprising three bedrooms with robes, open plan lounge with gas heating, dining leads to older style timber kitchen with breakfast bar and gas oven.

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Ebony & Joe sharing reading time

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Grade 1 & 2 students with navy volunteer

0ʑUʢɨ&ʕʢLVʤPDɡʋQɍ7Kʋɻɖ<ʝɤ The end of the year is a wonderful time to look back and reflect upon all that has transpired and count our blessings.

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At Mornington Park Primary School we are so fortunate to be part of a caring and supportive community. Our students and their families along with all staff have worked hard to make our school a better place. We have made so many friends in the wider community who give freely of their time to help us in many ways. We have volunteers who read with students, serve breakfast, attend working bees and offer classroom support.

Many local service clubs and organisations offer financial support for the breakfast and life skills programs, scholarships and special events . It would be impossible to name every individual for fear of missing someone, so on behalf of the school community of Mornington Park Primary School - THANK YOU! Every year when Christmas comes we realise anew The biggest gift life can give is knowing folk like you May the Spirit of Christmas that forever endures Leave its rich blessings in the hearts of you and yours.

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Tony from JLB trying to work out the toasters we’ll ignore the burnt crumpets!

Nikki & Jess parent helpers at the Steiner Festival

NAB & JLB staff who support us in so many ways

Sue, Bronwyn & Dallas serving breakfast

The Ross Trust, under the auspice of Mornington Community Information Centre, sponsors the food for Breakfast Program Lisa from the Centre, offers an apple to Jerri


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RESIDENTIAL 29 Golf Parade, Rye

www.jlbre.com.au For Sale: $520,000 - $565,000

Fantastic Bay Views, Walk To Shops And Bay Beach Genuine vendors ready to negotiate! Come see the view!! Located on an elevated block of approx 843sqm with great Bay and Valley views this two storey home would make an ideal Peninsula getaway or permanent residence. The lower level consists of 3 bedrooms all with built in wardrobes, large kitchen and dining area. Family room features an open fire place and access to the lower decking, separate laundry and family bathroom.

Apartments 2,4&5, 1 Weir St, Rye

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Presentation perfect

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Sale: Contact Agent

Situated on an elevated block of 590sqm giving fantastic tree top views, this home is only 6 years young and currently providing a great rental return. Split level design with polished floorboards in the main living areas and brand new carpet in the bedrooms with ducted heating throughout. The upper level consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, separate toilet, laundry, large open family room, spacious kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher.

25 Collins Street, Sorrento

Modern And Stylish

Residential Land

Brand New luxurious 3 and 2 bedroom apartments in a prime seaside location right in the heart of Rye, with access to all the activities the Peninsula lifestyle offers. Front unit No. 2 has all the latest trimmings including fully automated lighting and window fittings, surround sound cinema entertainment system and more, a must see!! Ground level units 4&5 consists of 2 air conditioned bedrooms with built in robes both with access to private decked court yard. Stylish bathroom with Caesar stone vanity top and modern shower recess.

Vacant Land - Only 700m to Beach - Sorrento. GENUINE VENDOR - OFFERS INVITED - MUST BE SOLD! Seize the opportunity to purchase one of the last available building sites in the exclusive Peninsula Village of Sorrento. Located only a short walk to the pristine front beach and the popular Sorrento Sailing and Couta Boat Club, this great block of approx 753sqm would make an ideal site for a permanent residence or holiday get away to be envied. Close to all that Sorrento has to offer including restaurants, bars and boutique shopping.

360 Truemans Road, Fingal

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Sale: $775,000

48 Revell Street, Blairgowrie

5 Acres On The Peninsula

Blairgowrie Beach House Bargain!

A private and natural parcel of 5 beautiful Acres (approx) located close to some of the best golf courses on the Peninsula including Moonah Links the home of Australian golf, St Andrews Beach, Eagle Ridge and the Dunes just to name a few. The winding driveway cuts through the Ti-trees leading up to the old existing farmhouse which is due to be demolished, paving the way for a clear site to build your own private and secluded home or holiday destination on the Peninsula.

A fantastic investment property or relaxing beach side weekender, this original beach house provides affordable entry level buying into one of the Peninsulas most popular postcodes. Stroll down to the Blairgowrie shopping village with its cafes, bars and restaurants or go for a dip in the clear and inviting waters of the Bay. Set on approx 664sqm the home includes 3 large bedrooms main with ensuite, open kitchen/lounge/dining area and second family bathroom/laundry.

120 Brights Drive, Rye

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Sale: $380,000 - $420,000

Individual Character and Style. Great Value! This beautifully presented home has the ambience of a Tuscan Villa complete with winding grape vines and exposed timber features making it a unique property worthy of close inspection. Offering 3 bedrooms, kitchen with handmade timber benches, electric Miele cook top and oven, open family room/ dining area with gas heating, central bathroom with a lovely claw foot bath and separate laundry. The rear bedroom has its own separate entrance from the side deck and its own kitchenette and toilet. Page 16

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For Sale: $495,000

69 Highbury Road, Rye

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Sale: $480,000 - $520,000

Contact: Ian Oldstein 0408 994 705

For Sale: $475,000

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Sale: $385,000 - $405,000

Solid Investment, Great Value! A fantastic opportunity to get into the Peninsula property market before the opening of Peninsula Link with this delightful 3 bedroom home set on a lovely 612sqm approx block. Features include open kitchen/lounge/dining area, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, Coonara wood heater, private outdoor decking area for summer bbqs, double carport and large double lock up garage to the rear of block. Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

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For Sale: $450,000

14 Vellvue Avenue, Tootgarook

Moonah Magic

Solid Home, Quiet Location

If its peace and quiet youre looking for then look no further! Located at the end of a quiet Cul de sac and surrounded by Moonah trees, this home would make a fantastic relaxing getaway or private permanent residence. Only a short stroll to the shops and front beach the home consists of 3 bedrooms with built in robes, kitchen with electric oven and cook top, two separate living areas, central family bathroom, separate toilet and good sized laundry. Other features include gas heating, ceiling fans and full length front deck.

Located at the end of a quiet Cul de sac, this light and bright home is perfect for first home buyers, holiday makers or investors. Solid brick construction offering 3 large bedrooms all with built in robes, open kitchen/dining area, second family/living room and separate laundry. Other features include ducted heating, back patio for the bbq, huge double lock up garage and a great sized level block of approx 741sqm with plenty of room for boat/caravan storage. Currently tenanted returning $285pw on a month to month basis.

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

27 Nerissa Street, Rye

For Sale: $465,000

Quiet Bush Setting

All the work has been done creating a tranquil atmosphere amongst the Moonah trees ready to be enjoyed for summer holidays or year round living on the magnificent Mornington Peninsula. The elevated position gives a fantastic outlook across the tree tops providing relaxing sunset views from the deck. The home features 3 bedrooms two with built in robes and a modern kitchen with gas cook top/electric oven and dishwasher. Open dining and living area leading to an expansive decking area, perfect for summer entertaining!

Situated in a quiet street on an elevated block of approx 753sqm, this delightful Western Red Cedar home has loads of potential as a peaceful holiday escape or great investment property. Split level design with 3 bedrooms all with built in robes. Main bedroom, open kitchen/dining and family bathroom on the upper level, living room with gas heating and 2 bedrooms on the lower level. Sit back and enjoy a drink on the full length decking with family and friends as you look out over the front garden.

5/1591 Pt Nepean Road, Rosebud West

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Lease: $265 per week

2 Bedroom Apartment With Secure Parking

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

78 Dunham Street, Rye

For Sale: $395,000

Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

For Lease: $270 per week

Great Location - Available Now Situated in a quiet street beach side of Melbourne Road. This 3 bedroom family home offers master bedroom with ensuite, second family bathroom with separate bath and shower, open planed kitchen and dinning. Good size garden shed and neat and tidy garden. Single carport and plenty off of street parking. Call today to inspect.

Situated across the road from Rosebud West fore shore. Offering 2 bedrooms with built in robes, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and open planned living area. The property also includes a split system, polished floor boards, separate bathroom, European style laundry and an undercover car park. Contact: Rebecca Milligan 5987 9000 38 Mathis Avenue, Tootgarook

For Sale: $380,000 - $420,000

18 Valentine Street, Rye

Summer Sunsets

SOLD

RESIDENTIAL

For Lease: $280 per week

Contact: Rebecca Milligan 5987 9000 34 Centre Drive, Rye

Ready To Move In Now!

Beach Retreat

Very neat and clean 3 bedroom home with 2 living areas, generous kitchen with gas appliances, large open dinning/family room with gas wall heater and air-conditioner, central family bathroom with separate bath and shower. Outside offers outdoor entertaining area, fully fenced yard with well manicured gardens and room for a veggie patch. Garage not included but access to additional undercover storage space is provided. No pets. Please call to book an appointment today!

A great location for this 3 Bedroom home, previously used as a holiday home and now offered either furnished or unfurnished on a 12 month tenancy. Polished floors throughout, gas heating, airconditioner, electric cooking, open Lounge, Dining & Kitchen, Bathroom & Laundry combined. Side pergola and fenced rear yard, large block with a circular drive at the front. Book your inspection now. Contact: Rebecca Milligan 5987 9000

For Lease: $280 per week

Contact: Marlene Fisher 5987 9000 December 2012

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203 Tyabb Road, Mornington

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For Lease

Mornington Showroom

2/1016 Mornington Flinders Road, Red Hill

For Lease

Red Hill Retail Shop

2

• 64m2 approx • Lovely country charm • Plenty of windows & natural light • Toilet & kitchenette facilities • Available Now • $1,500 pcm + GST + Outgoings

• 350m approx • Prominent bulky goods precinct • Join quality retailers in this strip • Customer car parking • $3750 pcm + GST + Outgoings

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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Contact: Kara James 0412 939224

Boyz & Berry, Mornington

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Contact: Kara James 0412 939224

For Sale: $199,000 + SAV

Get Fresh to Impress!! Join the buzzing cafe culture on Main Street Mornington without the headache of fitout costs just move on in and make your mark ... ‘”Boyz & Berry” • Glistening new fitout - will not disappoint • Healthy options cafe all cooked on premise • Commercial kitchen with coolroom at rear • Indoor outdoor seating

• Two carparks at rear • Inspection will impress on this one

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6 Ninth Avenue, Rosebud

For Sale: $320,000

Rosebud retail for sale

COMMERCIAL

1/360 Main Street, Mornington

For Lease

Main Street Office Space For Lease

2

• 67m approx • Located in the heart of Rosebud’s Retail precinct • Street frontage with great exposure • Small rear courtyard • Strong tenant paying good rent with annual increase

• Fitted out office space • Carpeted & airconditioned • Kitchen, bathroom & shower • Rent: $1838 pcm + GST + Outgoings • Available Now

Contact: Kara James 0412 939224

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

315 Main Street, Mornington

For Sale

Owner occupy or invest - vendor terms available Fantastic investment or owner occupy opportunity “WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO”. Mornington’s premier corporate address is calling! An investment that is bound to impress, 315 Main is Mornington’s exciting new corporate address with quality tenants, strong returns and a unique modern presence on the town’s busy main thoroughfare. Featuring three levels of office space serviced by basement parking and lift access to each floor, full climate control, a striking architect-designed façade and set in the heart of Mornington’s growing corporate office precinct,

this is a fantastic opportunity to own part of this sensational new building with 4% pa rental increases. Office 1:1 $900,000 - 209m2 - 8% Return Office 2:1 $819,000 - 225m2 - 8% Return Office 1:6 $792,000 - 198m2 - Vacant Possession Leasing opportunities also still remain for businesses who want to dress to impress, but be quick only limited spaces remain! RENT FREE PERIODS NOW AVAILABLE

Contact: David Phillips 0412 311 959

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