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OVER 300 PROPERTIES FREE to 28,000 homes in South East SA & South West VIC ISSUE 473 | MARCH 28 - APRIL 3, 2013

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Foster care in the Limestone Coast See page 3 for details

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The rewards of fostering

Ron and Lindy Hill have been foster carers with for seven years and have been fostering for 13 years, originally in Queensland before moving to Mount Gambier. Lindy and Ron provide long term, short term, emergency and respite care for local foster children, with their main focus being long term care. Their daughters, Lisa and Donna, are also foster carers supporting Ron and Lindy. Donna works for in their foster care team and is now studying her social work degree, after originally starting at in an administration position. We asked Lindy and Ron to share their experiences as foster carers. Why did you become Foster Carers? Lindy had a desire to foster from an early age and I was keen to foster too. So, we had our own family of four and when our youngest was 10 we decided it was the right time for us to start.

What have been some challenges? Some of the challenges in fostering have been family visits, difficult behaviours at times, meeting all the child/ ren’s needs because they come from very different backgrounds and need lots of love and your time. Some children move on and when the time comes for them to leave, letting go can be a challenge. What keeps you going? The privilege of being able to be part of a child’s life, to see them grow and develop and become confident and secure in who they are, is very rewarding. We also have a close family that love and support us in what we do. How are you supported by The workers have always been supportive and very friendly and always ready to help us. What would you say to someone who is considering

becoming a Foster Carer? If you have a heart for children and feel you could foster and you think the time is right for you and your family, then don’t hesitate because there could be a child or children that needs you and your love. is seeking more foster carers and urgently need foster carers for long term care for 10 to 15 year olds. started 26 years ago because local people wanted to make sure there were foster carers for teenagers living in Mount Gambier. They continue to support foster carers in country South Australia throughout the Limestone Coast, Murraylands and Riverland. When someone becomes a foster carer with they will receive: •Support from a case worker tailored for their needs. •Support during office hours, including home

visits. •Telephone support at any time of the day or night •Opportunities to attend innovative training •Opportunities for respite care for the children they care for when they need a break •Opportunities to link into peer support networks of foster carers in their locality. •All foster carers are


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provided with financial reimbursement to cover the expenses of caring for a child. More information about this can be found on http: // Community+support/ Carers/Foster+care If you want more information about foster care please phone on (08)8724 9211 or email You can also find

them on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and their website is is a registered charity and people who want to help in other ways can by gifting financial donations to The donations will provide foster carers with access to trained psychologists specialising in children and trauma. They will also enable foster families to take a break

at the historic Barker Cottage in Victor Harbor. Front cover photo (courtesy of Fed Creative) and above - Ron and Lindy Hill, their daughters Lisa and Donna, with workers Monica Hart and Ashleigh Ditcham.

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Method Sift the flour and spices into a bowl. In a separate bowl, beat butter and sugar with electric beaters until thick and pale, then add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Fold in the flour mixture in two batches, then stir in currants and zest. Shape into a disc, enclose in plastic wrap and chill for at least two hours. Line two baking trays with baking paper. Divide dough into four portions. Roll out one portion to 4-5mm thick (keep remaining


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dough covered and chilled), then cut with a fluted 6cm round biscuit cutter and place on the trays. Repeat with remaining dough, re-rolling the trimmings to make about 40 biscuits. Chill for a further 15 minutes. Preheat the oven to 180°C.. Sprinkle biscuits with extra sugar. Bake for 10 minutes until firm to touch but still pale. (Rotate trays halfway through baking, if necessary, to ensure even cooking.) Cool on trays for 5 minutes, then transfer to a rack to cool completely. The biscuits will keep in an airtight container for three days


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Since the purchase of the Former Hospital Site in November 2011, the City of Mount Gambier have worked to improve the general appearance of the site and undertaken an extensive consultation campaign to gain a clear sense of the community’s expectation for the future of the site. In response to this consultation Council have now completed a Concept Plan are keen to again engage with the community and seek feedback on this significant redevelopment project. To view the concept plans please visit: City of Mount Gambier website ‘Have your Say’ - Former Hospital Redevelopment consultation [] View the public display in the Civic Centre foyer at the Council Offices, 10 Watson Terrace Feedback can be registered via: ‘Have your say’ consultation on the City of Mount Gambier website City Council Offices at 10 Watson Terrace public display in the Civic Centre foyer Email via Computer access available at the Library Written submissions Text to 0407 794 188 Consultation closes Friday, 5th April 2013. Mark McSHANE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - 004

Pisces It’s all about your finances this week and making sure you can stand on you own two feet no matter what people will dissuade you from trying to use your artistic talent for financial gain but if you work hard it will pay off. Aries Time to find a new form of exercise - a new sport or new gym class or something. You need to shake things up and you will reap the rewards. Martial arts could be a good solution and those weight loss goals could be achieved. Taurus You don’t mind being alone and now seems to be a good time for that solitude - indulge all those quirky and eccentric interests you have that others sometimes don’t understand. You will come into some juicy news but you must remain true to those who share the information. Gemini It is one of those weeks where you discard childhood fantasies and refocus your goals on more realistic targets. Deciding to take a less tried and unfamiliar path might acutally be the road to success. Cancer You are startgin to get itchy feet and contemplate branching out on your own rather than working for someone else. Absolutely take the plunge if you’re well prepared but any doubts and you need to sit tight for a while longer. Leo Travel, and somewhere exotic, is on the horizon, so make the most of it and recharge the batteries. This loom as your classic rejuvenation holiday so sit back and enjoy the ride.

Virgo Brace yourself for some changes close to home and someone close to you becoming unpredictable and difficult to read. Take the changes as a sign you need to change up your routine and get out of your rut. Libra It’s nice to be loved but this week you need to take a stand with a close friend or partner that is smothering you and not giving you any space to be yourself and take time for yourself. It’s now or never in terms of taking a stand. Scorpio You are the master of your own domain at work this week - you will be trusted to work independently so make sure you make this your time to shine. Tap into your creative side and really shake things up. Sagittarius Tap into your creative side this week - it will refresh and rejuvenate you and give you a new perspective on quite a few issues not just at work. If music or acting are your thing this there’s no time like the present to get back on stage. Capricorn There will be upheaval at home that could take the form of a break up, the need to move or even finding a new room mate but brace yourself there are rocky times ahead. As you rebuild make sure you create a domestic haven and somewhere you feel relaxed. Aquarius This will be the week when someone will reveal a long standing crush on you that will come as a complete surprise. Tread carefully until you’re sure what you want to do with that information. You might have to go on a short trip - work or pleasure - so make sure you’re prepared.


Veteran portrait takes centrestage

Southern Grampians Shire Council would like to advise that the portrait of Edward ‘Ted’ Kenna V.C, painted by Sir William Dargie in 1988, is currently on display at the Hamilton Art Gallery until the end of this week. The portrait, which is usually displayed in the Ted Kenna V.C. Room at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, was moved to allow for it to be

in a more accessible location to coincide with the unveiling of the Ted Kenna V.C. Statue last Friday at the Sam Fitzpatrick Gardens in Lonsdale Street, Hamilton. Edward ‘Ted’ Kenna V.C. (6 July 1919 – 8 July 2009) was the last living Australian Second World War recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest decoration for gallantry ‘in the

face of the enemy’ that can be awarded to members of the British and Commonwealth armed forces. On May 15, 1945, Kenna was involved in an action near Wewak, New Guinea, during which he exposed himself to heavy fire, killing a Japanese machine gun crew and making it possible for his company’s attack to succeed. For this he was awarded the Victoria Cross. Hamilton Art Gallery director, Daniel McOwan said, “The Hamilton Art Gallery is pleased to have this memorable painting displayed in the Gallery over a two week period. It remains part of the Gallery’s permanent collection but normally resides in the room named in Ted’s honour within the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre. “We are anticipating quite a - 005

lot of interested people wanting to view the painting and I encourage anyone who hasn’t seen the portrait to come and

view it in the staircase of the gallery.” Left - The portrait of Edward ‘Ted’ Kenna

VC painted by Sir William Dargie in 1988 is currently on display at Hamilton Art Gallery.


Business award nominations now open

Southern Grampians Shire Council would like to advise all businesses and members of the

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to recognising that “Good Access is Good Business”. Southern Grampians Shire Council community development officer (Rural Access) Lynne Millard said the awards aimed to encourage businesses to be accessible and provide a friendly and welcoming environment to people of all abilities. “They are designed to recognise and acknowledge businesses that are setting a high standard in meeting community access needs, including physical, social and information and in providing an outstanding level of service for all of the community,” she said. Businesses can enter by completing the entry form themselves or by being nominated by a member of the community. Members of the community can show their appreciation to inclusive businesses by nominating them for an award. The 2013 awards are proudly supported by Southern Grampians

Shire Council, Iluka Resources, Western District Employment Access, the Rural Access Program, Ace Radio Network, Hamilton Spectator and the Hamilton Regional Business Association. Nominations for the Iluka Resources Southern Grampians Shire Inclusive Business Awards close on Friday, April 12. The winners will be announced at a gala function to be held on Tuesday, May

21 at the Hamilton Golf Club with further details to be provided closer to the night. Nomination forms can be collected from the Council’s Brown Street Business Centre, 111 Brown Street Hamilton, the Frances Hewett Community Centre, 2 Roberts Street Hamilton, or downloaded from Council’s website www. sthgrampians.vic. For further information on the 2013 Iluka Resources

Southern Grampians Shire Inclusive Business Awards, please contact council’s community development officer (Rural Access) Lynne Millard on (03)5551 8483 or 0438 287 443. Below - A previous winner of the Business of the Year category at the Iluka Resources Southern Grampians Shire Inclusive Business Awards, Vitality Health and Fitness.

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to a bathroom. Water is supplied by water tank and equipped bore. The church was decommissioned in the 1990’s and was most recently used for an Antique/Second Hand Business, the property would suit Tea Rooms, Art Gallery or conversion to residence or B/B (STCA). Call Portland Seaview to arrange your private inspection. Address: 7098 Princess Highway, Portland Price: Offers Over $200,000 Contact: Portland Seaview Real Estate 125B Percy Street, Portland 03 5523 3822 - 007







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• Main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Other three bedrooms have built in robes • Three way bathroom with spa bath • Double garage UMR, auto doors & Internal access • Colorbond 3 bay garage, access for caravan or boat • In conjunction with Gebhardts

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• Modern solid stone home with quality features • All bedrooms have built-in robes & the main bedroom has an elegant ensuite and study • 2 living areas, a large open style family room and large kitchen, a home theatre room for entertainment adjacent to an internal atrium









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2 $328,000

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3 of the bedrooms have built-in robes Open plan living area A slate impression patio Kitchen separated from family room with island/

• Main bedroom with ensuite & built in robes, bedrooms 2 & 3 have built ins • Open plan living area, ducted heating & cooling • Rear pergola for all your outdoor entertaining.






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• Perfect for the active family with three double bedrooms • Master with ensuite and BI robes • Open plan kitchen / dining & family rooms • Formal dining room with balustrade overlooking a sunken formal lounge • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning

Situated in the town ship of Kongorong. Close to School Country P.O. and sporting complex. Superb solid brick family residence. Three spacious bedrooms. Formal lounge and dining. Informal family playroom area. Enclosed rear entertaining area ideal for alfresco dining.

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23 Lila Crescent





STYLISH SEASIDE RESIDENCE AT NENE VALLEY • Plus s/c wood heater and portable gas heater • Designated office area or guest room • Drive through 3 car garage and workshop • Low maintenance yard with great street appeal and situated between St Martin’s school and McDonald Park Primary.

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67 Pinehall Avenue, Suttontown




• Well established solid brick and tile home • Suited to a variety of accomodation needs • Four bedrooms with BI robes and master with ensuite & WI robe • Spacious & comfortable formal lounge/dining • Recently installed timber kitchen with breakfast bar & casual dining area

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Chris And Mary’s Fish And Chips


BUSINESS • Slow combustion heater plus open fire place • Beautiful terraced gardens • 2 car garage & 2 carports • Additional 3 bedroom house on other end of block with separate access • Walking distance to Primary School

• An iconic local business with current owners for over 23 years wishing to retire • Open 6 days per week supplying the best takeaway fish n chips and Yiros’ in town • Ideal husband and wife or partnership operation • Main street location with easy parking • Consistent healthy profit figures with a steady growth pattern • Some vendor finance may be available to approved purchasers

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27 Sunset Drive




110 Bertha Street




• Three bedroom brick & tile home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas heating & air conditioner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear patio & private rear yard with gazebo

• Tastefully renovated three bedroom stone home • Immaculately presented with huge lounge featuring and oversized bay window • Fully refitting kitchen with pantry cupboard, dishwasher and central island cooktop bench and built in oven • Redecorated bathroom • Ensuite to master bedrooom

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• Built in robes to all bedrooms • Spacious dining area adjoining the breakfast bar • Enclosed rear porch and office alcove established in the passage • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning • New 4 car garage with remote doors • Private secure rear yard





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• Three bedroom brick and tile home in the North West of the City • BI robes in all three bedroom • Formal lounge with gas heating • Kitchen with new gas oven and casual dining • Upgraded bathroom with bath & separate shower • Covered outdoor pergola at the rear

• Centrally located close to Reidy Park School and High Schools • North facing 3 bedroom brick home • Master bedroom with WI robe and ensuite • BI robes in bedrooms 2 and 3

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14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier

89 Bay Road, Mount Gambier $849,000

VALUE FOR MONEY Attention 1st home buyers & investors! This low maintenance home is packed with value & should not be overlooked. Situated on the northern side of Mt Gambier, this neat & tidy 3 bedroom home offers country style kitchen with elec. cooking, huge as new separate lounge/dining area with S/C wood heating & r/ cycle air conditioning, updated bathroom & laundry. The secure rear yard is definitely a highlight, with a spacious pergola, perfect for the largest of family BBQ’s, lockable shedding for 3 cars, woodshed, plus children’s cubby house. Low maintenance private garden for easy care living. At $215,000, this is a great chance to enter the property market with your first home or investment property. Inspection highly recommended.





19 DeGaris Street, Mount Gambier $639,000

• Truly impressive & imposing family home located in one of Mt Gambier’s most prestigious precincts • Meticulous restoration & renovation, a credit to the current owner’s vision & design • Nothing to do except move in & enjoy for many years to come, this is a once 4 2 2 in a lifetime opportunity

• A masterpiece of luxury living – 2 storey display home with spectacular views, built by HIA award winning builder, Argent Constructions • No expense has been spared, offering Caesar Stone benches, Smeg kitchen appliances, butler’s pantry, handcrafted jarrah doors, A-BUS 3 2 2 s/system, R/C A/C & more

68 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier L. $514,000 OR AI NDE AV E V NC A FIN

17 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $559,000

• Builders own executive home, offering 2 separate living arrangements of 50sq • Upper Level – 2BR, 2 Bath, 2 Living, office & alfresco • Lower Level – 2BR, two-way bathroom, kitchen/ dining, 2 living & remote dble garage • In conjunction with 4+ 3 2 First National Fimmells

• Lovingly restored 4BR character home in the CBD • Stunning redgum kitchen/dining opens to exceptional o/door entertaining area • Sparkling solar heated inground swimming pool • In conjunction with Vicki Quinn Real Estate




58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

73 North Terrace, Mount Gambier $259,000

15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $210,000

77 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $175,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• Unique, solid brick, split level home on large allotment of 1000m2 with panoramic city views • Recently renovated throughout,huge open plan living with raked ceiling, floating f/boards, s/c heating & r/c a/c • Versatile floorplan allows for 3BR & 3 spacious living areas, or up to 5BR 5 2 5 • Excellent shedding

• 3BR/2 Bath family home on an elevated allotment close to McDonald Park & St Martin’s PS • Formal lounge with raked ceilings & gas heating, plus separate family room with s/c w/heating & r/c a/c • Double garage UMR plus double width carport

• Spacious & affordable family home close to the Mt Gambier Hospital & new Marketplace • Open lounge with s/c heating & north facing balcony • 2nd family room with built-in bar, r/c a/c & o/door access • Enclosed rear yard ideal for children or pets

• Inviting 3BR Mt Gambier stone home in central location, close to McDonald Park PS, Woolworths & East Gambier FC • Country style kitchen with elec cooking & servery to dining room/lounge • New carpets & freshly 3 1 2 painted throughout

91 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $170,000

49 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier $299,000

9 Braxton Close, Mount Gambier

• Bright & inviting 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on low maintenance grounds close to city • Timber kitchen with gas cooking & d/washer, lounge with polished f/boards & gas log fire • Renovated & very affordable first home or investment wiith a periodic 3 1 2 lease of $220/week

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3 Bedrooms, 2 with BIR, main with WIR Gas ducted heating & r/c air conditioning Two spacious living areas Double Garage UMR plus colorbond garage & workshop • Fantastic outdoor ent. area

• This deceptively large, 4BR home offers everything you need for the growing family • Well appointed kitchen includes elec cooking, d/ washer & overlooks tiled dining/family area with gas heating, formal dining/lounge with r/c a/c • Spacious master BR offers WIR, 2 2 en-suite with 2 person corner spa 4

• Investment opportunity not to be missed in a blue chip location • Large 1021m2 corner allot with subdivision potential (S.T.C.A.) • Renovated 3BR cottage with BIRs, s/s a/c & new gas HWS • Short walk from Commercial St, 1 1 properties like this are hard to find 3


7 Kywong Court, Mount Gambier $325,000

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $235,000 E BL IA T GO NE

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $299,000

• Solid & spacious family home • 4BR, 2 bathrooms, 2 living • Quiet cul-de-sac, secure rear yard • Excellent shedding with double garage UMR & access to 6x12m shed • Everything for the growing family

• Character 4BR Mt Gambier stone home on 1012m2 allot. • Fantastic location close to city centre, Reidy Park PS &Tenison Woods College • Gas heating, s/c heating & air conditioning • 2 living areas, ideal for separate living arrangements 4 1 4 • High clearance carport

• Superbly designed 4BR home located amongst quality homes in a well established area • Beautiful & private gardens • Gas heating, gas & elec cooking, gas HWS, two-way bathroom with shower, spa & WC, plus 2nd sep WC • Single garage UMR with remote, 4 1 1 internal & rear yard access

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35 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier $299,000 RSD FEITE F O NV I

Phone 08 8723 3416 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier RLA 185 456 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

11 Thompson Court, Moorak

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

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1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong $750,000



117 Wynham Road, Moorak 20 ES R AC

Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl $695,000

• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • Excellent shedding - dble garage 4 2 6 UMR & 15x9m c/bond shed

• Perfectly positioned on 1 Acre, with dual driveways, 40Sq executive family home • Magnificent floor plan includes 5BR, 3 Bath, 3 Living plus Huge Pergola • Sparkling solar heated pool alongside renovated 2 storey barn with BBQ area 4 5 • 5 Bay high clearance garage 5

• Impressive 5BR family home on 20 Acres with outstanding views • Builders own home offering 30+ squares of elegant living • Just minutes from the city well designed for horse enthusiasts, including new stables, new shedding & horse arena

138 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell $599,000

7 Sydney Street, Nelson

Lot 51 Buck Road, Moorak $499,000








• Renovate or build your new home on this picturesque 7 Acre block (STCA) • Power, phone & town water connected • Hay shed & cattle yards included • Excellent block for building your new home in a fantastic country setting


378 Stephens Road, Gorae West VIC 3305 $3,400 per acre W SE NE EA L RE

FURNITURE INCLUDED • Superior 4BR home with breathtaking views of the southern ocean • 3 living areas, striking kitchen, indoor & alfresco style dining • 2 stunning bathrooms, one with corner spa • R/C ducted A/C, pop-up 4 2 2 sprinklers

• Attractive family home with 30ft x 40ft high clearance garage – ideal for caravan or boat • Boasting 9 ft ceilings, formal lounge, modern kitchen, adjoining family/meals area, huge rumpus room, paved alfresco & gorgeous garden setting • S/S a/c, s/c heating, r/water, equipped 2 6 bore, dbl garage UMR with int. access 3

• 2ha (5 acres) flat allotment with views to Mt. Schank • Rare vacant building block in Moorak area • 3 Phase power & phone passing • Opportunity to build your new dream home (S.T.C.A.) LAND • Subject to boundary adjustment

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8 Shellsea Court, Pelican Point

20 Banksia Street, Nelson

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC

148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC




4 Titles containing 222 Ha – 550 Ac (subject to survey) Fenced into 18 paddocks with electrified fences & laneways Arrow cattle yards with cattle weighing platform Leading seed potato growing region, yielding up to 20 bags per acre un irrigated • Purchaser has option to purchase LAND impressive homestead separately


• Fantastic fisherman’s retreat, suitable for holiday or permanent living • Just a short stroll to the beach • As new 3BR home with open plan living & pergola • Rainwater connected with back up equipped bore • Excellent shedding and 3 1 2 workshop, it’s all here!

• Enjoy the peace & tranquillity of the picturesque Glenelg River • 3BR home plus excellent shedding on low maintenance allotment • R/C A/C, S/C heating, 2 r/water tanks & equipped bore • Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent

24 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell $149,000

6332 Portland - Nelson Road, Nelson $499,000 18 ES R AC

• Summer holidays made easy • Affordable 2BR home on 609m2 flat allotment by the beach • Freshly painted throughout, new roof, new HWS, s/c heating, large rumpus room • Single iron garage plus 2 1 1 tool shed

• Stunning family home on approx. 18 acres • Large machinery/workshop for the contractor, numerous sheds for the family with everything • Beautiful native gardens with abundant wildlife & auto watering system. Rainwater & equipped bore • Owen Pettingill – Licensed Agent

• Escape city life to an affordable, quieter lifestyle on 37 acres in Glencoe • Brand new kitchen with gas cooking, family room, 4BR + office, elevated pergola • 4 bay iron shed plus various other sheds • Fenced into 4 main paddocks 4 1 4 with 2 house yard paddocks

• 37 acres ideally located next to Mount Gambier Racecourse • Fantastic set up for horses, 10 fully lined stables, 6 Holding Paddocks, 6 Day Yards, plus 2 large paddocks • Quality 4BR, 2 Bath, 2 living area home with breathtaking views 4 2 4

27 William Street, Allendale

12 Kromelite Road, Glenburnie

20495 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $294,000

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl

• Character turn of the century family home set on 4 acres • Country style dine-in kitchen with elec cooking, north facing formal lounge with gas heating, spacious bathroom & 2nd WC • 4 Bay High Clearance garage, plus 3 Bay Carport • Very affordable country property 4 1 5 only minutes from the city

• Unique property offering extra room for extended family or Bed & Breakfast (S.T.C.A.) • 3BR brick home & 5BR Blue Lake Home on 4725m2 allot • Both homes connected to Blue Lake water & Envirocycle • Close to Yahl Primary School • Currently leased for a total 8 3 2 of $440/week


• Conveniently located between the city & the sea, Blue Lake Home on generous 1989m2 allotment • Inviting 3BR family home featuring open plan living with s/c heating, modern kitchen, formal lounge with r/c a/c & large pergola • Huge 4 Bay c/bond shed with 3 1 4 high clearance








• Approx 9 Acres in a highly sought after location • Quality Blue Lake Home comprising of 3BR, plus attached 2BR unit • Two bores (1 x equipped) & rainwater supply stock & the home • Excellent shedding, including large workshop (with concrete & power), implement 5 2 4 shed & hay shed

• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 14 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house 5 2 7 & shed yards

87 Cram Road, Glencoe

37 ES R AC - 010

• Beautiful Federation style residence amongst attractive gardens on 15 Acres • 3BR, formal dining & lounge, sitting room, country style dine-in kitchen, high ceilings, striking leadlight, open fire places & timber mantles • Purchase your own magnificent piece of history & enjoy a rural lifestyle 3 1 6

354 Main Yahl Road, Glenburnie $395,000



Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 Ph 08 8725 5766

At Gebhardts Real Estate we get results - if you want sold on your property call us today for your free no obligation appraisal Gebhardts Real Estate - My Real Estate Agent 12 Higgs Street



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Walk through the door of this beautiful home and you will appreciate the quality, space and classy appeal.

255 Lange Road, Yahl



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1 Jay Street


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A spacious and solid home of large proportions - loads of living area and fantastic OPEN entertaining. Will suit THURS the largest family with 5.00 - 5.30 loads of features.


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An extra spacious offering - three living areas with games room, built in bar plus plasma tv - ready to entertain! Currently rented showing strong return.


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A lovely character home in a lovely country setting – approximately 5 acres of delight – be sure to enquire today!


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Well built, well designed and well loved – the one owner since new – reap the benefits!


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$375,000 3,182m2

One look is all it will take for this classy residence to win you over – country charm with city style simply breathtaking!

11 Heriot Street

29 Bellshire Place


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This home is screaming splendor of generous proportions – big on space and absolute quality – you won’t find better!


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$349,500 2047M2


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Well located in the popular seaside town of Port MacDonnell is this great brick home- currently leased until Jan 2014 @ $235 per week. Invest now- go fishing later!


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The team at Gebhardts would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe Easter!

Stunning tranquil setting on the city outskirts – the perfect family home that offers the lot a true value package!


92 Gray Street

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5 Germein Court, Port MacDonnell

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This executive home will bring, space, privacy and a dream come true into your life – it will have you at “hello”

2 Max Young Drive

Popular central location, ideal low maintenance lifestyle. Spacious living area and plenty to offer. Perfect for an elderly couple or investor!

92 Orchard Road


16 Yahl Main Road, Yahl


4 Heathfield Way



17 Kookaburra Court


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double 1013m2 storey

Combining brilliant location with a beautiful spacious family home – great flat allotment – it really doesn’t get any better than this!


8 Orchard Road, Moorak

17 Crouch Street South

4 Margaret Street

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$325,000 + GST

Fantastic investment opportunity with Huge factory/warehouse and long term established tenant – showing modern office, prominent location 9% plus return(approx). Enquire today – unlimited potential. for full details.




Centrally located investment property. Long term lease with showing 9% plus return (approx) start your investment here!




A fantastic commercial opportunity in the heart of the city – huge freehold premises situated on approx 1915 m2 – prime position & potential!




Fantastic investment property – currently leased - great return – prominent location – further details on request

INVESTORS WANTED! Unit 1 - 23 Hart Street 2

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3 Shepherd Street


A great investment or central inner city unit – walk to shops – restaurants & parkland – currently leased.

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20 Mark Street

268 Commercial Street West

Great investment opportunity offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history. b

5 Shepherd Street


6 Wallace Street



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Walk to the shops, resturants & Great investment opportunity parks – a popular inner city location offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 – a great investment or home. bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history.

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A well maintained and central group of units – a great opportunity to expand your portfolio - 012


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The perfect investment – four strata title units to be sold as a whole – all leased & in blue ribbon location!


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This block of 5 flats are located in a central location – close to all amenities, neat & tidy complex all leased – “great earner”.

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246 RLA 1903


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11 St Martins Drive



208 Vause Road, Wandilo

1/54 Jubilee Highway West


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Ever popular St Martins precinct – a modern lifestyle and affordable living – priced to sell. Be sure to act now!

37 Hayes Crescent


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A great starter home or investment. Neat and tidy throughout. Close proximity to schools and reserve. Add this to your list!

8 Hillcrest Avenue


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$980,000 26.36Ha


Incomparable property a short drive from the city, escalates living and entertaining to new heights for even the most discriminating buyer.

117 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$120.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Built in robes in both • Kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & heating • Bathroom/toilet • Freshly painted inside & new verticles • No Pets • Available 22/3


7/9 Sinclair Street



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14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell


Stunning unobstructed sea views – great holiday/permanent home that requires external maintenance offering flexible floor plan and good access to rear shedding. Inspection required to appreciate!

130 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell


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4 Nedlands Avenue


Expand your portfolio or enter the property market. Tidy unit in a good location - loads of potential with a strong return.

$145.00 pw • 2 bedroom home • L shaped kitchen/ lounge/dine with electric cooking & heating • Single carport • Rear yard access & secure • Covered patio area • Just back from the beach • Pets Neg • Available Now

90 North Terrace

$245.00 pw • Good sized 3 bedroom homette • Main with WI Robe & two others with built in robes • Kitchen/dine/family with electric cooking & gas wall furnace • Formal lounge • Under cover patio area • Enclosed rear yard • Easy to maintain yards • No Pets • Available Now

170 Kilsby Road, Moorak

$270.00 pw • 4 bedroom home • Main with ensuite & three with BI Robes • Kitchen/family with sc wood heater, r/c air conditioner, elec cooking & dishwasher • Lounge with open fire place • Formal dine • Double garage umr • U/c patio area • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets Neg • Available 5/4

75 Wehl Street North

14 Donovans Road, Donovans


$300.00 pw 3

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Ideal first home or investment currently leased @ $210.00 per week until March 2013 – an inspection will impress!

75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell


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Fantastic seaside retreat – low maintenance easy care inside and out. Value buying on seafront with sea view – simply sit back, relax and enjoy!

30 Donvans Road, Donvans


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Ideal river retreat at Donovans - fantastic permanent residence or weekender - well cared for property! ASK THE AGENT ABOUT THE $7,500 CASH BACK INCENTIVE

• 3 bedroom home • Main with BI Robes • Open kitchen/dine with dishwasher, gas & elec cooking, gas heater with bi-fold doors to deck & pizza oven & viewing platform • Formal lounge with gas heater • Separate family room with sc wood heater • Entertaining area • 2 garages det plus 2 bay sheds • Pets Neg • Available Now

COMMERCIAL 345 Commercial Street West

247 Mt Percy Road

$375.00 pw • 4 bedroom 1925’s bungalow home • Main with ensuite & WI Robe 2 others have BI Robes • Open living kitchen/ dine/family area with timber floor, granite bench tops, gas cooking & gas log heater • Patio area • Detached double garage with workshop & storage • Pets Neg • Avail 19/4

46 Commercial Street West


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Fantastic beachside property – close to the sea and centrally located. Large allotment.

BUSINESSES The Body Retreat

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Full of rustic charm & appeal leave the city behind! A short stroll to the beautiful Glenelg river & town reserve.


Adam & Eve $49,500 + SAV $6,000 (approx)

Courier Business



Tarpeena Post Office NEW PRICE $75,000 + SAV $3,500 (approx)

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An exceptional and luxurious residence on 8.79 ha (21.7 acres approx) of land. A private and tranquil setting with breathtaking views.


6 Sinclair Street


62 Bruning Place NEW


6 Cobblestone Court NEW $69,500 5 Ash Court



9 Derwent Court


4 John Powell Drive


11 Max Young Drive


Lot 92 Eyre Court


8 Clem Court NEW


Lot 2 Chute Street


Lot 2/56 Bay Road


310 Wehl Street North


25 Bryan Street Allendale $65,000 Lot 11 Old Gold Road, Glenburnie $110,000 Lot 55 Geraldine St, Allendale East $120,000 Lot 4 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl $125,000 1 Koenig Court, Glenburnie $164,000

INDUSTRIAL ALLOTMENTS 21 Calula Drive c/t workshop $99,000 + GST 106m2 (approx) Lot 101 Calula Industrial Estate 1311m2 (approx) $140,000 + GST Lot 12 Bodey Circuit 3,851m2 (approx) $239,500 + GST 310 Commercial St West 1400m2 (approx) $250,000 + GST - 013

• Prominent street frontage in high profile location • Main shed area in excess 500m2 – 3 phase power • Offices, Showroom, Storage, Kitchen/toilet facilities • Sep high clearance zinc shedding approx. 75m2 • Security fencing & car parking • Large allotment don’t miss a great opportunity

RENTALS - COMMERCIAL • Harrold Street • Oak Street • 3/29-33 Canavan Rd • Cnr James Street and Bay Road • Law Street • 96 Commercial Street East • 165-167 Commercial Street East • 345 Commercial Street West • 46 Commercial Street West

RENTALS - UNITS • 3/7 Holder Street • 1/54 Jubilee Hwy West • 10/186 Commercial St East • 2/3 Sutton Avenue

$100.00 pw $120.00 pw $145.00 pw $150.00 pw

• Could be combined as residential & business • Central location • Upstairs consists of 4 large rooms • Kitchen • Toilet & separate shower • Patio area • In excess of 170 square metres • Access to 4 car parks

RENTALS - HOMES • 14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell $145.00 pw • Lt 267 Smith Road Yahl $225.00 pw • 1 Hartley Court $230.00 pw • 4 Nedlands Avenue $240.00 pw • 90 North Terrace $270.00 pw • 255 Lange Rd Yahl on 4.99 acres approx. $270.00 pw • 15 Hastings Avenue $280.00 pw • 3 Twila Grove $290.00 pw • 170 Kilsby Road $300.00 pw • 75 Wehl Street North $375.00 pw • 673 Bishop Rd, Glenburnie $430.00 pw • 4/1 Daniel Street • 7/87 Crouch St South • 3/48 Crouch Street North • 1006/3 Lake Tce West

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Gebhardts Property Management I 44A Gray Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier Phone 8723 0633 Fax 8723 0477

Elders Rural Services Australia Limited Trading as Elders Real Estate RLA 62833

“We’ve brought out the big guns” If you thought 2012’s market was a challenge and you’re ready to take 2013 by the scruff of the neck, then you need to talk to these heavyweights of the real estate industry who will show you step by step, exactly how and why they are so successful in marketing and selling properties, while others struggle, they will show you all their weapons to get your home or property sold for a top dollar in the shortest time.

So call the “HEAVY ARTILLERY TEAM” today for a free appraisal on ARTILLERY hot line 8723 0633.

Charmaine Russell

Graeme Cleves Described as “YOUR MATE IN REAL ESTATE” Graeme is in charge of the biggest real estate team in the south east and with over 12 years’ experience has been very successful. Graeme has over the years many valued and loyal clients because of his down to earth approach and fantastic marketing and selling skills.

If you need a real estate professional who will achieve the highest sale price for your property, a professional who knows real estate, someone that respects your opinion, ideas, and a person that you can trust, then it’s time to speak with Charmaine Russell. Charmaine provides results that you will highly recommend to others!

Zoe Tomkinson

Bruce Auld

After family and loved ones, Zoe believes that property is the largest most important investment in one’s life. As with family, it should be nurtured for you and your family’s future and well being. Zoe has enthusiasm, attention to detail and is committed to providing the best possible service to her clients and customers. Contact Zoe for a confidential discussion regarding your real estate needs.

Bruce is the Rural specialist for the lower south east region and acknowledged as an industry leader in Rural Sales. With over 25 years experience he is both committed and closely alligned with the rural industry resulting in successful sales at a premium price. If you need a true professional to market your dairy, pastoral or cropping enterprise then give Bruce a call for a no obligation appraisal and chat.

Barry Ritter

Heather Zeck

Barry has been in the real estate industry for over 13 years and is very highly regarded for his honesty and integrity, not to mention his engaging sense of humour and caring nature. His history of sales success is due to his robust negotiation skills and his commitment to always go that extra mile to achieve the best results for his clients in the sale or purchase of their home….it’s a pleasure to buy or sell with Barry.

Seasoned campaigner of over 25 years in advertising sales and real estate professional marketing plus sales skills plus communication skills plus hard work plus genuinely caring about getting results for her customers equals SOLD

Teresa Robinson Leads the Sales Support team. With her experience in Sales Support and Property Management combined with her can-do attitude, ability to multi-task and helpful and friendly personality make her an indispensable part of the Real Estate team. We don’t know what we’d do without her!

Paul Cavanagh Twelve years experience of successfully listing, marketing and selling real estate in the South East. If you are looking for a professional, honest and committed real estate agent then Paul can help you out.

Krystn Niemz Supporting the Sales and Property Management Teams with over 8 years’ experience in the Real Estate and Conveyancing industry, Krystn’s strength comes from her efficiency and multi-tasking skills and focusing on customer satisfaction.

Mandy Robinson Supporting the Sales and Property Management Teams with her 20 year Real Estate and Conveyancing experience, Mandy has a strong customer service focus and is happy to help with all your real estate needs.


Cnr Glen Street & Railway Terrace, Millicent Phone 8733 2099 Fax 8733 4748 Lot 81 & 82 Schinckel St, Rendelsham $183,000 LOOKING FOR A NEW LIFESTYLE? 2 1 2

Elders Rural Services Australia Limited Trading as Elders Real Estate RLA 62833

4 Lanky St, Beachport Reduced To $139,000 PRIME LOCATION OF BEACHPORT LAND

26 Beach Rd, Beachport BEACHFRONT SEA VIEWS

71 Clarke Street, Penola AT THIS PRICE WHY RENT?


• Freehold allotment of 335m2 • Zoned as Town Centre - Residential or Commercial • In the heart of town, hop, skip & jump to the shops, beaches, cafes etc • Suit developers, holiday makers or investors looking to build a town house or commercial premises. WEB ID. 4173565 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

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75 Clarke Street, Penola APPEALING & AFFORDABLE



$103,000 1 1

$495,0000 1 1

69 Clarke Street, Penola LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST HOME? 3

$103,000 1 1 NEW RELEASE

HUGE REDUCTION • Character home, elevated corner allotment • Open plan kitchen/dining /living • New kitchen, S/C wood fire, r/c split system, office, renovated bathroom • Pergola, large single carport and shedding • Rainwater, bore, fruit trees, rear yard access • Est. small vineyard on Sep. Title WEB ID. 5058418 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836



Beachfront property in heart of town Large allotment, potential to renovate or rebuild 2 story Lounge with s/c wood fire, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Toilets Small rear deck for entertaining Rainwater tank, UMR single garage

WEB ID. 4822151 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms,(2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Lounge with elec. heating, timber polished floors t/out • Sep. bathroom with shower & bath • Large laundry with sep. toilet WEB ID. 5131388 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

16 & 18 Cape Buffon Drv, Southend $160,000 each VIEWS OF PARADISE

24 Corigiliano Street, Beachport PERFECT HOLIDAY RETREAT 3

$299,000 1 3



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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms,(2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Timber polished floors t/out, lounge with elec.heating • Sep. bathroom with shower & bath • Large laundry with sep. toilet WEB ID. 5131392 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms with carpet flooring (2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Sep. bathroom with shower & bath Large laundry with sep. toilet Single carport, enclosed rear yard

WEB ID. 5131399 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

• Wake up with sea views every day, what more could you want!! • Elevated allotments with enchanting views of the Rivoli Bay • Build two story and see even more of the Bay • No. 16 – 854m2 & No. 18 – 857m2 • Adjoining blocks, available to purchase as a whole or individually WEB ID. 4547329 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836 - 015

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Single split level home on elevated allotment Open plan living with r/c a/c, sliding door to the balcony 3 bedrooms, massive master bedroom with BIR’s Newly renovated bathroom, underneath massive open room • Single & double garage, bore & pump • Great location, walking distance to everything WEB ID. 3951713 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

5 Doughty Street


ALL THIS & SO CLOSE TO THE MAIN Where would you find; 4 bedrooms with ensuite to the main bedroom. Two living areas. Renovated kitchen with gas hotplates, dishwasher, large pantry & breakfast bar. Beautifully renovated main bathroom. Decked pergola. Substantial shedding & carport – can accommodate up to 7 vehicles. Dual driveways. All this so close to the heart of the city - you can see Frew Park from the dining window! Ones like these don’t come around often!

9 Coral Court


11A Shepherdson Road


THE ULTIMATE IN EASY LIVING Simply stunning courtyard home, elevated and in the Lakes location. Comprising of 2 double bedrooms plus a study nook. Open plan kitch/dine and living with solid timber flooring, stainless steel gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. Sliding doors spill to outdoor entertaining. Main bedroom has a WIR and ensuite. Bedroom 2 is ideal as a guest room with ensuite access to the main bathroom which is 3 way. Lightfilled study area with built in desk and cabinets. Internal access from the double garage and recent solar panels installed.

16A Bellevale Court


14 Longmire Terrace


PROMINENT AND TIMELESS Simply stunning, contemporary style home of solid construction situated high at the end of a high cul de sac. Gourmet kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, and large walk in pantry. Open Plan living areas, plus formal lounge and dining. Relax and enjoy a wine at your own bar overlooking the stunning outdoor entertaining area. The master bedroom is pure elegance with a lavish ensuite and dressing room/walk in robe. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both double rooms serviced by the opulent main bathroom. A dedicated study provides loads of natural light. Internal access is available from the 3 car garage plus workshop located under the main roof of the home. All this on an allotment of 1809m2. With immaculate gardens front and rear. Quality extras include ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout, quality window furnishings. Inspection is a must for those who appreciate the very best.

17 Jardine Street


9 Chantilly Place



WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT THIS 4 bedroom home. Great size bedrooms all with built in’s. Main bedroom has a spacious walk in robe and ensuite. Family size kitchen with s/s appliances, gas cooktop, electric oven and walk in pantry. Ducted gas heating and a split system. Vehicle access is also available to a rear double garage, measuring approx. 7m x 6m with a clearance of approx. 2.35m.

7 Shaughnessy Court


LOW MAINTENANCE AND MODERN 3 bedroom modern courtyard home. Spacious main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Remaining bedrooms have built in robes. Open plan Dining Kitchen and Living areas. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances opens out to undercover pergola. 3 way main bathroom, with luxurious 2 person spa bath. Double garage under main roof with remote panel door. Neutral modern decor throughout. Situated in a lovely part of the city surrounded by quality homes.

LIFESTYLE LIVING AT ITS BEST Outstanding Character Home comprising of 4 bedrooms + Study Nook. Attention to Detail throughout, with ornate fireplaces, and superb polished boards. Decadent Formal Lounge with stunning mantel and gas log fire. An Entertainer’s kitchen in Redgum Timber with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Spacious dining area that spills through French doors to Superb Outdoor Entertaining Area overlooking Self Cleaning, Heated Swimming Pool.

22 Ash Court


ROOM FOR EVERYONE Neatly presented four bedroom home on level allotment. Three living areas comprising of separate lounge, open plan kitchen/ dine/ family & separate games room. Bedroom 1 with ensuite & WIR. Spacious kitchen with electric cooking and plenty of cupboards. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR + 6m x 6m c/bond shed in rear yard. Pergola overlooking enclosed rear yard, with rainwater tank. Veggie garden & handy side access.

10 Brookwood Terrace



A SOLID INVESTMENT Colonial style brick home. 3 good size bedrooms. Open plan kitchen dine and family. Spacious formal lounge and dining. Walk in robe to the main bedroom. Modern kitchen with electric cooking. Large rear pergola. Centrally located in a quiet pocket of the city. Currently tenanted @ $290 per week.

8 Hill Street, Donovans


THE RIVER “MAN CAVE” Level allotment. Zincalume garage converted to two bedroom shack with power connected known as “The Shed”. Gas (bottled) HWS, shower, vanity, toilet, sink & stove. Lean to garage – great for the boat + separate single zincalume garage. Bore with pump (would require servicing). Established trees including several fruit trees. Set up for blokes to escape, fish, drink coldies & tell yarns!! All offers considered.

SPARKLING AND SPACIOUS Stunning new executive family home set on allotment in excess of 1000m2. Four large bedrooms + large office. Walk in & ensuite to main & built ins to remaining bedrooms. Open plan kitchen / meals / family. Separate rumpus room and beautiful decked alfresco area. Gourmet kitchen with large store room / pantry + an abundance of cupboards. Emphasis on storage through out the home. Ducted gas heating. Triple garage with workshop area – all UMR. With a total size of 326m2 (35 house sqs), there is too much on offer to explain. Enquire today

10 Millard Street, Donovans


DREAMY DAYS AT THE RIVER Picture perfect brick home. Massive lounge with built in bar, room enough for lounge suite & 8 Ball table. Slow combustion heating + R/C A/C. Three bedrooms all with built ins. Generous dining area + well appointed kitchen with gas hot plates. Corner spa and separate shower in bathroom + separate toilet. Paved driveway to double garage. $7,500 Purchaser incentive - conditions apply.

RESIDENTIAL ALLOTMENTS 6A Gordon Street 7 Highland Drive 4 Dolomite Drive 7 Eyre Court 19 Mayflower Court 7 Redwood Avenue

4-5 Leslie Court, Donovans


EVERYTHING WILL HAVE A SPOT! Neat tidy home with extensive garaging & vehicle coverage. Four bedrooms- main with ensuite. Large open plan living with s/c heating & r/c a/c. Renovated kitchen. Double carport connected to home. 12m x 6m approx games shed- lined, insulated, r/c a/c, built-in bar. 11m x 8m approx garage + high clearance carport. 1452m2 allotment. $7500 Purchaser incentive conditions apply.

AN ABSOLUTE DELIGHT Perfectly presented two bedroom homette set on own title. Generous bedrooms both with built ins. Three way bathroom with separate shower and bath. L shaped lounge/meals with free standing gas log fire. Full size timber kitchen with gas stove & h/plates and pantry. Family area with r/c a/c. Delightful tiled & sheltered pergola with lovely fernery - utilised all year round. Single garage UMR with auto door.

16 Bay Road, Allendale East


THE HACIENDA AT ALLENDALE Solid construction spacious four bedroom family home situated on approx. ½ acre allotment (2072m2). Bedroom one separate to remaining 3 + office. Large timber kitchen and roomy dining area with s/c heating. Big lounge with second s/c heating. Renovated bathroom. Double zincalume garage + carport + double storage shed. Bore & rainwater tank.

RENTALS 3/102 Wehl St North - Freshly painted 2 bedrm unit. Lounge & kitchen w/ gas heating & cooking. New stove & carpets. Bathroom w/ new vanity, shower & toilet. Avail now @ $150 p/wk 4/24 Jubilee Hwy West - Renovated 2 bedrm unit with lock up garage and internal access. Combined kitchen/lounge has a breakfast bar, elec cooking, large bathroom, garage with office nook at the end of it. Avail 25/3/13 @ $165 p/wk 3/1 Millard St - 2 bedrm unit both w/ BIR’s. Kit w/ elec cooking. Lounge & dining w/ s/c heating. Single garage UMR. Sorry no pets. Avail now @ $175 p/wk 11/69 Bay Rd - 2 bedrm unit, main bedrm w/ BIR’s. Open plan kit/lounge area. Newly renovated bathroom & sep toilet. Enclosed courtyard. Carport & storage shed. Sorry no pets. Avail 19/4/13 @ $185 p/wk 10 Strangways St - 3 bedrm home with new carpet throughout. 2 bedrms w/ BIR’s. Kitchen w/ elec cooking. Lounge w/ gas heating. Bathroom w/ new vanity. Single garage + Single carport. Pets on application. Avail Now @ $230 p/wk 2 Derwent Crt - Easy maintenance 3 bedrm home. Main bedrm w/ WIR, others w/ BIR’s. Timber kitchen w/ new lino, walk in pantry, gas hot plates & oven. Separate

307m2 $59,000 883m2 $62,500 812m2 $89,000 1105m2 $100,000 1425m2 $105,000 1196m2 $175,000

Please phone Jamie or Vicki over the break for Sales enquiries or Inspections


SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


dining/lounge. R/C A/C + gas heating. Double garage. Sorry no pets. Avail 15/4/13 @ $230 p/wk 47 Warreanga Rd, Wye - Country Retreat 20km from Mt Gambier. 4 bedrms, BIR’s in main. Open plan living w/ s/c wood heating. Timber kit w/ gas cooking & adjoining dining rm. Rainwater & bo-re water. Extensive shedding. Pets on app. Avail 29/4/13 @ $250 p/wk 2/151 Commercial St West - 2 bedrm unit both rooms with BIR’s. Timber kit w/ gas cook top. Split system R/C in dining room. Large lounge w/ gas heating. Single remote garage. Sorry no pets. Avail 3/4/13 @ $250 p/wk 23 St Martins Dr - Large 4 bedrm home close to St Martin’s & McDonald Park School. Main bedrm w/ ensuite & WIR. Bedrms 2 and 3 w/ BIR’s. 3 way main bathrm. Kit w/ s/s appliances. Ducted gas central heating. Outdoor alfresco. Storage shed & vehicle access to rear yard. Avail 10/4/13 @ $380 p/wk 27B Hart St - Almost new 3 bedrm apartment. Fully Furnished. Main bedrm w/ WIR, others w/ BIR’s. 2 queen beds + 2 single beds. 2 way bathrm. Lounge w/ r/c air con. Kit w/ elec cooking + dishwasher. Rear decking. Single remote garage w/ internal access. Sorry no pets. Avail 3/6/13 @ $420 p/wk

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• Huge 4 bay car garage at rear. • Lovely family home with large backyard. • Spacious kitchen with lots of bench space. • Paved pergola area UMR, great for entertaining.

• Renovated extensively with gas heating off mains • Deceptively Large Home with additional office • Huge rear yard with extra shed • Realistically Priced

• Stand alone brick & tile 3 Bedroom home unit • Community title with 1 other unit only – currently leased @ 245pw • Gas wall furnace plus split system, electric kitchen and 2 way bathroom

• Elevated, solidly constructed 3 brm/2bth, formal dining or 4th bedroom. • Lovely open plan living with views, tiled traffic areas- modern kitchen. Ducted gas heating plus split system.

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Crams Deli, 45 Bay Rd, Mt Gambier

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• Due to illness this little business with an attached 3 bedroom residence has become available • Fresh paint throughout & well maintained • Great location, easy to access on a main

• Due to illness this little business with an attached 3 bedroom residence has become available • Great location, easy to access on a main thoroughfare • If you have a flair for great food and have good customer service and looking for a change this could be it • Great partnership/family concern interest by 30/4/13

• 5 km to town limits approx • Nice undulating block with good watering points and well fenced • Good fences, 3 paddocks inc (hay paddock) , all watered

• West side on 3.62 acres/14680m2, with views to the north. • Brick and tile home with a 2 brm granny flat. • 4 bedrooms/2 bathrooms, wood heating, 2x split systems, bore, rainwater and mains.

• Pack your bag, and some food, everything else is here • This modern 2 bedroom near new cottage has open plan kitchen-dining-lounge, combined bathroom/laundry

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Lot 2 Talbot Road, Moorak

Sec 76 Whitehead Road, OB Flat

45 Wehl St North, Mt Gambier

68 Church St, Port MacDonnell





















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• Private home theatre/gaming room/office/fourth bedroom • Large outdoor undercover decking/entertaining area • Recently updated modern kitchen, lots of cupboards • Divided yard, perfect for pets + children etc • 3 plus car parking, plus rear access • Solid brick and tile construction, nothing to do

• Brick home on approx 25 acres, 5 paddocks • Open plan kitchen, living & dining with r/c a/c & electric heating • Timber kitchen with electric cooking, breakfast bench & plenty of cupboard space

• New cattle yards and large machinery shed • 2 bedroom cottage with tree lined driveway • New modern home under construction • Quality rural land with elevated views, approx 30 acres

• Walk to everything • New kitchen, bathroom and laundry • Large family room and living area • Built in robes in all bedrooms • All aluminium windows, 3 lots of heating

• Centrally located 3 bedroom stone home on approx 550m2 flat allotment, with all alloy windows. • Updated large kitchen/dining plus big formal lounge with mantle and gas heating. • Huge family room with sliding doors to the u/c patio.

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• New, absolutely stunning views and location • Great entertaining with upstairs/ downstairs • Very large shed with rear and front access • A very special home or holiday rental • Low maintenance grounds

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to tempt a buyer

It’s no secret selling a house is a lot of work but the effort you put in to present your home in the best light will be worth it in the end. Pack up those personal photographs and family heirlooms. Buyers can’t see past personal artifacts, and you don’t want them to be distracted. You want buyers to imagine their own photos on the walls, and they can’t do that if yours are there. You need to de-clutter - not only does it present your house in a better light but think how much easier moving will be. Consider this - if you haven’t used it in more than a year, you probably don’t need it. If you don’t need it, why not donate it or throw it away? Remove all books from bookcases. Pack up those knickknacks. Clean everything off kitchen

counters. Even the inside of your cupboards will need an overhaul. Buyers love to snoop and will open closet and cabinet doors. Think of the message it sends if items fall out. Organised cupbaords give the impression the home in general has been well looked after. You may need to rent a storage unit. Almost every home shows better with less furniture. Remove pieces of furniture that block or hamper paths and walkways and put them in storage. Leave just enough furniture in each room to showcase the room’s purpose and plenty of room to move around. If you want to take window coverings, built-in appliances or fixtures with you, remove them now. If the chandelier in the dining room once belonged to your great grandmother, take it down. If a buyer never sees it, she won’t want it. Pack those items and replace them, if necessary. Make any minor repairs like cracked tiles, burnt out light globes or leaking taps. You should even consider painting your walls neutral colors. - 018

It might sound like a no brainer but you really do need to make sure the house is sparkling clean. Wash windows inside and out, clean out cobwebs, polish chrome faucets and mirrors. Vaccum every day and also keep the house well aired. Things like fresh towels are critical in presentation. You also need to pass a critical eye over the exterior of your house and how it looks when a prospective buyer first pulls up outside. Keep the lawns mowed and garden well groomed and above all make sure the house number is clearly visible. - 019



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don’t miss out April 27 - Rymill Coonawarra Harvest Lunch with Adam Liaw - 12noon-3pm Adam Liaw, host on the new television series Destination Flavour, author of Two Asian Kitchens and 2010 MasterChef winner is coming to Rymill Coonawarra. Enjoy a long lunch featuring local fare matched with Rymill Coonawarra’s fine wines presented by winemaker, Sandrine Gimon, in a marquee on the winery’s front lawn. Chef Simon Bowen, from Pipers of Penola, will cook a delicious menu inspired by Adam’s thoughts about our region’s produce. Book online at - 020

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together with you to make that plan happen. When it comes to outdoor living areas and pergolas, Hamish Calderwood, from SA Quality Home Improvements, can assist in the custom design of your ideal outdoor living area. The end result will be a pergola that enhances your lifestyle and adds value to your property. All pergolas, carports and verandah products used by SA Quality Home

Improvements use high grade Australian made Colorbond materials and have a 20 year structural guarantee. Add the company’s commitment to a first class finish and you can be sure of a great result. The services provided are not limited to pergolas. You can also talk to Hamish about rumpus rooms, verandahs, carports, sheds, roofing, roof restoration, solar PV systems, air conditioning and roller shutters. When you deal with SA Quality Home Improvements you can be assured of thorough and complete service that covers custom design and manufacturing, council approval along with a first class build/ installation. SA Quality Home Improvements is an established family business that has been serving the South Australia community for more than 25 years. The company has offices in regional South Australia and Adelaide, including a full time representative working out of Mount Gambier. The service area covers the Limestone Coast and South East. Hamish is available for free, no obligation measure and quotes. Call Hamish on 0407 064 523 or (08)8725 7630 to arrange a meeting at your home. In dealing with Hamish you can be assured of quality, great products, service design and installation.

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Floral Art Club


LOCAL Celebrating The Mount Gambier Floral Art Club is celebrating 60 years this year and one of the club favourites - Alethia Quick is returning for a demonstration and workshop on April 10. Alethia is a respected floral artist who has

60 years

tuaght all voer Australia and internationally. She has recently returned from a study tour of Italy, Belguim and The Netherlands, looking at developin trends in flroal design. She also taught while on tour. The Alethia

Quick workshop runs from 9.30am3.30pm at the Mount Gambier Community RSL Function Room and costs $25 plus materials. Participants ned to bring one bunch of chrysanthemums, six aspidistra leaves and

other greenery as filler. cont. opp. page Opposite page - Work from club members at the last Alethia Quick workshop held in Mount Gambier by the Floral Art Club.

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coming events April 6 & 7 27th Annual Murray to Moyne Various routes that end in Port Fairy All weekend. The Murray to Moyne cycling event has two aims - to raise funds for hospitals and health services throughout Victoria and to continue Woody’s dream of getting more people to realize the fabulous health and social benefits of riding - 024

Floral Art Club


LOCAL Celebrating from opp. page. Scissors and a hot glue gun are also required. Contact Beryl Feast (8724 8640) or Shirley Stacpoole (8725 4190) to register. Alethia brings more than two decades of experience

60 years

to her workshops. Below and below right - More work from the club’s last Alethia Quick demonstration. Right - Part of the 2012 Mount Gambier Show floral art club display.

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a bike – Graham “Woody” Woodrup basically initiated the event. The Murray to Moyne is a team relay event, so you can get a group of workmates, family or friends together and register a team, or let us know and we’ll try and put you in touch with some other people who are keen to start up a new team in your area. In the spirit of the Murray to Moyne to raise much needed funds for health care, every team must nominate which hospital or health service they will raise funds for when they register.

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Decorating tips & fresh from your own garden

HOUSE & GARDEN Funky storage systems

Creating & maintaining a herb garden

If you’re looking for a funky storage system for those smaller items in your home office or garage then look no further. All you need is some cardboard tubing, paint, glue, fabric, a circular saw and safety goggles. Measure the space you’ve allocated for your new storage system and then cut the tubing to length. The next step in the

process is painting the inside of your tubing before covering the exsterior with your chosen fabric remember to leave a small area of overlap. Arrange the tubes as desired and glue in place. Once dry you can fill your new storage system.

Simple room makeovers If you’re looking to give a room a lift but don’t want to spend the big bucks on a complete overhaul then adding splashes of colour can do the trick. Bold colours are a great way of adding new life to a tired room. Use inexpensive coloured bowls and other containers as storage

options. Bright coloured rugs can also warm up a room and become a real feature. It’s also another inexpensive way of giving a room a new feel without totally revamping floor coverings.

To grow herbs you need a sunny spot with at least six hours of sun a day. Average soil is okay, as long as it’s well drained. If the herbs are close to the kitchen, all the better because they’ll be handy for clipping at a moment’s notice. Try growing basil, chives, dill, garlic, mint, oregano, parsley, rocket and thyme if you’re new to herb cultivation – they’re easy to cultivate, and ideal for beginners. Grow coriander, basil and parsley from seed. Alternatively, shop around for pots or

punnets with more than one plant per pot. When it comes to thyme and lavender cuttings are the best option. Buy a couple of potted plants, trim 4-5 cm lengths and strike in seed-raising mix. Take 20 percent more cuttings than you need to cover losses. Mint and lemon grass multiply, so buy one plant of each variety and carefully divide them before planting. Divide again, if necessary, as the plants grow and of course make sure each section has roots. Mint needs pruning to ground level before winter. Lemongrass is one of the


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higher maintenance herbs and you need to constantly remove dead leaves. To propagate lemongrass from an established clump, cut a section out with a spade, replant and then give them plenty of water to establish. Chillies are short lived perennials. Normally you’ll get three years production from them. Give a light trim and remove the dead stems as part of your maintenance program.

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Peter Powers SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE, MOUNT GAMBIER He is hysterical, he is wicked and he will astound you. The world’s fastest, funniest hypnotist is back in the Australia with his best ever live show. Peter’s amazing ability to hold an audience spellbound and to induce belly-aching laughter at the same time, continues to make him one of the world’s biggest theatre attractions. His witty, unique and mischievous style of delivery delights audiences wherever he performs.


HOUSE & GARDEN ADVERTORIAL A They’re new to Mount Gambier and GroutPro South East is ready to help restore your bathroom or kitchen to its former glory. “We are the only business in the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria specialising in tile and grout restoration and we offer a cost effective solution to make your tiles look brand new again,” said grout specialist Noel Wood. GroutPro South East can repair and restore your existing tiles by cleaning and colour sealing the grout between them. “People can try and clean the dirt off by scrubbing

new look for your bathroom or kitchen and scrubbing, but once it is stained, it’s stained and if you use the wrong type of cleaners you can damage it,” Mr Wood said. “We clean and recolour it to match the tiles, then seal it, which looks fantastic and lasts up to 15 years.” A selection of 89 colours ensures a perfect match with the colour of the tiles. In addition, GroutPro South East offers a range of associated services - from the sealing of new grout, to the replacement of broken tiles and mouldy silicone. Mr Wood said restoring tiles was an extremely affordable

way of rejuvenating your bathroom or shower floor. “It costs only a quarter to a fifth of the price to restore the tiles than to replace them,” he said. “Many people think they need to replace their whole bathroom, but after our restoration process they are amazed at the difference it makes and say it looks brand new.” To complete your bathroom makeover, GroutPro South East also offers an effective shower door cleaning service. “If you have a glass shower door that is dirty and stained, it can be very hard to clean,” Mr Wood said. “Many people think this is all soap scum but it’s not - it’s also minerals from the water and instead of wasting time scrubbing all day, we can clean it for you and seal it, which makes it so much easier to clean - it makes a huge difference.”

Kitchens and bathrooms are major selling points when a house is placed on the market. “An inexpensive tile and grout restoration may make all the difference when you are striving to clinch the deal,” Mr Wood said. “Or if you have just purchased a new property but feel that it needs a tile renovation, consult GroutPro South East before you act, a professional clean and colour could save you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.” GroutPro South East offers a free no obligation quote and welcomes enquiries from across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. Contact Noel Wood on 0437 271 327. Far left - Before GroutPro and left - After the GroutPro treatment.

save the date APRIL 5-7 Health, Harmony and Happiness Weekend at the Robe Bowling Club The annual Health Harmony and Happiness Weekend is on again in Robe this April. Come and hear guest speaker Ann Daw at a free public lecture held at the Robe Bowling Club on Friday, April 5. Starting at 7.30pm, At the Robe Institute on Saturday and Sunday there will be stalls and workshops. You can see a variety of practitioners and many different items for sale including books, oils, certified organic products, jewellery and more.

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HOUSE & GARDEN ADVERTORIAL Yes, it’s that time of year again when Easter Bunny is about to visit and that of course can only mean two things - chocolate and massive clearance sale time at Gardenarium. With that little bit of rain in the past few days it seems a little bit autumny again and the nights are certainly getting a little crisper - a great time for planting. This year Easter is a little earlier, so some of our Autumn foliage trees and plants will not be in full splendour but on the flip side the roses last year at our Easter

St Martins Lutheran College students to benefit from rose growers’ blooms Open Weekend were nearly finished. This Easter weekend we are again throwing open the gates of Limestone Coast Roses for a gold coin donation to a very worthy cause, St. Martins Lutheran College - Human Powered vehicle (HPV) and pushcart bid for the upcoming RACV Energy Breakthrough challenge at Maryborough in November. Students have been training on the bicycles improving stamina and fitness, strength and endurance as they need to pedal

the vehicles around the track for at least 30 mins before swapping with a partner, resting whilst other members race then do it all again. Earlier this month two teams headed to Wonthaggi, in Victoria, for a 24 hour race against other school teams. Ms Savage also mentioned that the increased enthusiasm has led them to purchase another HPV frame only, with parents and students covering the frames and painting the vehicles, but funds are needed to do this, maintain the other carts and pay the entrance fees ($380.00 per cart) and to have spare tyres, chains etc. This year primary students have to build a cart from recycled materials, so all donations and help are greatly appreciated. In 2012, St Martins Open team won the Open Triathlon in Maryborough and in 2011, the

pushcart team came third at Maryborough - a very determined and dedicated group. On Easter Monday the children and their families will be hosting a sausage sizzle at the Rose Open weekend, so you can wander through the roses with something to keep you warm should it be cool and sustain you whilst taking it all in. Soft drinks, hot chocolates and coffees will also be available. The roses are looking fantastic and we are clearing all of the roses in our rose growing area to make room for a further expansion to our Advanced Trees section and this can only mean one thing - bargains all round. Yes, all of our roses, in bush , standard, weeping, groundcovers, David Austins, Delbards etc will be up to 50% off, with $5 bush roses and $10 standard roses to clear. Autumn is a

great time for planting as the ground is still warm and you will get some amazing growth but the main factor is that the plants will be well settled in for next spring. The other great bonus of course is that you will have a year older rose, with much more branching framework and of course masses of blooms right now. Plus you can see what you are buying in terms of rose blooms and their colours as opposed to winter when they are dormant. Many of the 2012 new release rose varieties will also be on show and for sale in the long weekend clearance sale. Many of our roses raise money for charity and these will be on display this weekend also. This is our main time of course where we will be showcasing the 2013 new release varieties which need to be ordered this weekend

to avoid missing out. Many of the new releases especially the two David Austin roses, The RSL Rose and a couple of the Delbard Roses are already heavily ordered and in many cases we are sold out well before they are even dug from the paddock.”Black Caviar” and “Pope John Paul II” were also heavily sold out last season and many of you missed out, so be sure to get your orders in for these varieties as soon as possible. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees will also be having a massive tree sale so bring your trailer, truck, horse float whatever you like and grab a bargain. Most of the advanced trees in our Limestone Coast Advanced Trees section of the business will be reduced to clear with up to 50% off and more on clearance trees, fruit trees and

Floor Rugs off 25% 1 DAY ONLY Saturday March 30 8am - 4pm

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citrus and $10, $15 and $20 tree specials .This will make more room for a whole new area of trees, where we aim to hold more of our stock, rather than bringing it in from our growing field. This means there will be more trees on hand and will cater better for our growing demand for our trees and fruit trees. We have already started expanding the evergreen advanced tree section and aim to widen the pathways making browsing and choosing a little easier. We don’t do “empty” very well here as many will know but it has been hard squeezing all of our huge stock in to the sales area. The Pot Shop part of the business has been busy receiving container loads of glazed, terracotta, sandstone and concrete pots over the past few months and we also need to clear some of those to make more room for more pots, trees and outdoor furniture. Some of the terracotta which is all now pre sealed , so it doesn’t dry out like the old terracotta has been so drastically reduced and with the strength of the Aussie dollar is now cheaper than buying plastic pots. So, come in and browse through the extensive range and pick up a bargain. There will also be $2, $5 and $10 pot specials. Much of our giftware, wall art and fountains will also be on clearance, as well as birdhouses, dovecotes etc. We will be closed Good Friday but open Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5 pm and Monday 10am to 4pm, We are situated on Bay Road (Riddoch Highway) 1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake roundabout, so we’ll look forward to seeing you then. By Calum Haygarth


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Easter cooking

HOUSE & GARDEN tempt the tastebuds Easter cookies 135g dried cranberries 1 cup (150g) currants 2 1/2 cups (375g) self-raising flour 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg 2/3 cup (165ml) sunflower oil 1 cup (250ml) buttermilk 2 eggs 200g caster sugar, plus extra 2 tbs 80g icing sugar 1 tsp lemon juice


Method Preheat oven to 200°C. Grease a 12-hole muffin tray and line with paper cases. Soak dried fruit in just enough boiling water to cover for 10

minutes. Drain well, then pat dry with paper towel. Sift the flour, soda and spices into a large bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk together the oil, buttermilk, eggs and sugar until combined. Add to the dry ingredients and stir to combine. Gently stir in the fruit. Divide the mixture among muffin cases, then bake for 20-25 minutes until lightly browned and a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. Cool completely on a wire rack. Meanwhile, place the extra 2 tbs sugar in a pan with 2 tbs water and simmer over low heat, stirring, until sugar dissolves. Brush the glaze over the muffins. Sift icing sugar into a bowl. Add lemon juice and just enough hot water to make a thick, pipable icing. Use a piping bag or drizzle from a spoon to draw a cross on each muffin, then serve.

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Penola to have locum service A series of three locum doctors have been secured to provide cover at Penola Medical Clinic from Monday when the current GP leaves the practice. There may be some minor changes to practice hours. Country Health SA CEO Dr Peter Chapman said the locum doctors would be on site at the clinic. “The locum doctors will provide GP services at Penola Medical Clinic as well as after hours inpatient and emergency care at the hospital,” he said. “Dr Godfrey Sibanda, who has worked previously as a GP in Millicent, will provide cover from Monday for three weeks. “Dr Matt Brook will cover for a week from April 15 for a week and Dr Duncan Baird, a locum who has worked in Penola before, will then provide cover for three weeks from April 22. “CHSA will continue to secure locum support as required.” Registrations of Interest are now being invited from interested parties to run the clinic in the long-term. CHSA has asked the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency (RDWA) to determine the interest of existing rural GPs in operating a practice in Penola. “CHSA is committed to ensuring that Penola Medical Clinic continues to meet the needs of the community and we are keen to understand if there are alternative models that can be engaged,” Dr Chapman said. Options could include, but aren’t limited to, a private practice leasing the facility, existing equipment and all case notes or having a rental agreement for the building area only. Any interested party must be prepared to undertake inpatient services and provide the majority of emergency services.

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Thousands help celebrate 35th South East Field Days

Crowds flocked to the 35th annual South East Field Days earlier this month to produce a wonderful result for the community. There were 8500 paying visitors on

the Friday, when children were admitted free of charge, which was on par with last year’s bumper crowd. This grew to more than 13,000 on the Saturday. Most of the

record number of well over 600 stall holders reported good interest in their products and services. Profits raised from this major event go to various charities and community groups that service and benefit the local regions. The SE Field Days committee was able to donate $100,000 towards the proposed CAT scan for the Naracoorte Hospital last year, on top of the other group of recipients. Cheques totalling more than $50,000 were presented this year. Each year the Field Days committee refreshes the entertainment package,

ensuring a variety of attractions to cater for the interests of all age groups. Josh Burdon from the Factory FMX Freestyle Motorcross Team entertained large crowds on three runs each day. The amazing stunts on his motorbike while flying some 40 to 60 feet in the air had the crowd gasping in disbelief. The Dixie Band segment of the Band of the SA Police performed twice a day in the Elad Shed and proved a crowd favourite. The Elad Shed also hosted the Combined Schools Choir, the ever popular fashion parades and the NSW Quilters’ Association

30th Anniversary “Pearl” themed display. Scott Griffin from Circus Elements stilt walked and juggled his way around the large field days site, while Old McDonald’s Animal Nursery, the Balharry Children’s Activity Tent, the Blue Yakka Trail, and the Pedigree Puppy Pound all attracted the children in the large crowd. Snakebusters were back with their reptile educational and entertainment package, again attracting big groups dominated by the younger age groups. For all age groups, Honda provided hourly

demonstrations on 4 wheel bike safety, on how to ride them correctly and avoid the accidents that occur far too often. The ever popular Elders’ sponsored Scarecrow and Mailbox competitions attracted large entries and one of the biggest ever crowds was present for the distribution of prizes. Lucindale Lions president Digby Allsopp and yard dogs stalwart Rex Hocking officially opened the new set of yards for the Yard Dog Competition. This was used for the novice competitors this year and greatly assisted in getting the extensive competition in the seven

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championships through in an orderly manner. They will be a great asset for the Australian Yard Dog Championships that will be hosted by Lucindale at next year’s field days. Joe Spicer, from Glenthompson, had a great run this year, taking out both first and second placings in the 2013 Pedigree Elders South East Field Days Open Championship. His current Australian champion Gogetta Brue had to be content with second placing here for Joe’s other dog, Gogetta Package, came through from an earlier win in the RJC Evans & Co Improver competition to blitz the championship field, scoring 188 points, three ahead of Brue’s 185 points. Samantha Edwards, Avenue Range, Josh Latty, Balmoral, Kelvin Barr, Pinnaroo, Wayne Gehren, Tintinara and last year’s overall winner Fred Rains all tasted victory in the other championships during the two days of competition. Excellence in site preparation was also rewarded, with awards given to the best exhibits. The Best Overall Exhibit this year went to Seed Distributors, winning the Lucindale Lions Club Trophy. cont. page 33 Above (top) - Lucindale Lions President Digby Allsopp and Yard Dogs stalwart Rex Hocking cut the ribbon to officially open these new yards for the working dog competitions.

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Above (bottom left)- The open championship winner at the Lucindale Field Days Yard Dogs Championship was Joe Spicer, Glenthompson. He also took out second place and is pictured with his two winners, Gogetta Brue (2nd) and Gogetta Package (1st). Far left - Millicent’s Josh Burdon with the Factory FMX Freestyle Motorcross Team, thrilled the crowds with his daredevil motor bike stunts.


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Some lucky attendees also went home winners. Gate prizes

Above (top)- Steve Raidis, from Raidis Estate, manned his wine tasting stall throughout the field days.

are given out each year with the simple requirement being to

fill out vouchers and put in boxes in front of the nine participating

site holders. Prizes, with value totalling $3132, were won, these being drawn at 3: 30pm on the Saturday afternoon. Mitchell Baker, Lucindale was just one of these winners, going home with a $500 BankSA account for his effort in entering. (Appendix E: list of prizes and winners attached). The main purpose of the field days is to provide a medium for business progression, whether that is commerce, education or charity. The Limestone Business Hub was a big part of these field days. They provide advice and assistance for many small businesses to get started and along with displays from many of the businesses they have assisted; this area of the field days was very well attended. Whether from a ‘facilitation of business’, or ‘entertainment’ perspective, these 35th Annual South East Field Days were a wonderful success.


Above (bottom left) - Joseph Hugh, aged 7 from Bordertown, gets acquainted with a python and frogs at the Snakebusters display site. Above - (right top) - A puppy at the Pedigree Puppy Pound. Above (right bottom) - Jayne Miles, Bordertown and Ruth Thompson, Naracoorte at the Quiltu site displaying Hubbards Kaleidoscope. All photos and story courtesy of Ian Turner - 033

However they didn’t “just happen”. The fantastic band of community volunteers, led this year by Field

Days committee chairman Doug Crosby and secretary Lyn Crosby can feel justifiably satisfied

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Upgrade complete at tourism icon

Significant upgrades at a popular tourist attraction in the State’s South East have been completed

ahead of Easter. The improvements at Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park near Mount Gambier make

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Craven-Carden says it’s exciting the upgrades have been finished in time for Easter holiday-makers to enjoy. “Tantanoola Cave, set into a picturesque cliff face, is a spectacular show cave and is one of only a few in Australia that offers full wheelchair access,” she said. “While the cave has been able to be visited by those in wheelchairs for many years, the upgrades will make access much easier for all. “It is wonderful to offer this delightful cave experience to all ages and abilities. “And given the cave is a comfortable 17 degrees all year round, it is an ideal getaway in winter and summer.” Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park, about 30km north east of Mount Gambier, attracts almost 12,000 visitors annually, with up to 600 likely to visit during the Easter break. The natural attraction consists of a large dolomite cavern with an

extraordinary display of cave decorations, in beautiful shades of pinks and browns. Local tradespeople, volunteers and Conservation Park staff have worked on the upgrades for the past year, which include new disabled parking, a low gradient pathway to the main cave, a new picnic bench, seating and garden furniture as well as landscaping works. “I think the work and commitment put in by so many staff and volunteers reflects the community’s affection for our region’s special

and unique cave,” Ms Craven-Carden said. “Their efforts are very much appreciated and will be enjoyed by many for years to come.” Ms CravenCarden says the upgrades were completed in stages, beginning with improvements to a driveway adjacent to the Visitor Centre, followed by the construction of a new path zig-zagging up through the sloping garden.“Prior to these upgrades, cave access from the carpark was via a steep driveway – now gradients are

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in line with wheelchair access standards,” she said. Landscaping has also taken place, with weed-matting installed and many trees and shrubs replaced with new native plantings. “We are also pleased to have new garden furniture, which has been specially chosen to allow those in wheelchairs access to the picnic facilities, with the table and seating area set up so wheelchairs stay on a flat surface,” she said. “Again, the wonderful thing is these upgrades make for a more enjoyable visit for all.” The disability improvement work was funded through the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resource’s Corporate Disability Annual Provision. The park, which offers hosted tours, is open daily between September 1 and May 30, and on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from June 1 to August 31. In addition, there is an amazing 500m loop hike which follows round the base of the cliffs, up through an old quarry to the top, where there is a 360 degree view of the surrounding landscape, including taking in the coastline and windfarms. The onsite Visitor Centre also offers excellent interpretation panels, including a children’s quiz game. For more information contact Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park on (08)8734 4153. - 035


Garden program off and running

Tenison Woods College students are well on their way to mastering the art of gardening and self sufficiency thanks to the ever growing support of Masters Mount Gambier. The college has become the second school in the region to implement the highly successful Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden (SAKGF) model, with

the program designed to complement the Jamie Oliver Home Cooking Skills program launched late last year for students in Years 8 and 9. Tenison Woods College director of learning Scott Dickson said he was excited that the college was adding the Stephanie Alexander program to its already diverse curriculum offerings. He paid tribute to

Masters throwing its full support behind the program, and said it highlighted the beginning of the community outreach potential of the program. “The SAKGF Program is all about community connections and providing opportunities for any community group that is interested to get involved and pull up a chair at the table,” Mr Dickson said. “Masters has been involved with the Stephanie Alexander program since the introduction of the Jamie Oliver program and they have already committed support to the redevelopment of kitchen facilities that enable our two kitchen spaces to cater for over 50 participants in 11 homestyle kitchens. “The Made it with Masters approach has been evident in the provision of kitchen, electrical and design support and today phase two kicks in, the construction of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden.”

The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program will commence next term for students in Years 4 to 7 and will provide the opportunity for all students to prepare a homestyle meal for lunch every kitchen day. Tenison Woods College will become the first school to integrate the primary based, Stephanie Alexander with the secondary based

Jamie Oliver Cooking Skills program. SAKGF specialist Jen McCourt has been hands on during the design and planting phases and has been working with Year 4 to 7 classes in the build up to planting. “The students are very excited and keen to get their hands dirty and plant, they have been designing garden beds and the teachers have been preparing for this day since the start of

the year,” she said. Masters store manage, Adam Fosdike, a former Tenison Woods College scholar, was quick to add that the planting and the upkeep of the program are just the beginning of the partnership. “As a former student, I’m keen to give back to the school wherever I can,” he said. “We are in this for the long haul and are keen to be involved at every

level. We want kids to select and plant quality produce and we want to help with the harvest and collection. I would love to see members of our team in the garden helping out and I’m very keen to get my own team in the kitchen for a Masters Chef Challenge.” Mr Dickson said he was keen to integrate the program into the curriculum, build community links and open the doors to our facilities outside of school hours. We are all very proud of what we are building and we want to share it with anyone who wants to be involved.

Above (bottom left) - Year 6 student Bryce James is given a helping hand in the garden by Masters Mount Gambier employee Julie Smith. Above (top right) - Masters of the garden – Masters Store Manager, Adam Fosdike and employees Julie Smith and Kerry McComb offer some gardening advice to students (from left) Angus Tucker, Bryce James, Emily Lam, Ayden Dodds, Christian DenhamWheeler, Chloe Newell and Portia Holdman.

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fun for all the family April 7 Mayoress Family Fun Day Frew Park, Mount Gambier From rock climbing walls to go karts, from face painting to pony rides, Mount Gambier’s Frew Park is transformed from sporting arena to child’s paradise. This year will see a Native Animals Display as one of the new features, as well as a silent disco. There will be the usual catering options as well as a raft of activities guaranteed to keep everyone entertained.

be a huge part of the business and Dean’s dream of franshising the concept was set to become a reality. “I always wanted to take the Jaffle King brand name further, with a view to franchising in the future,” Dean said. “So after selling the servo in 2008, I started looking for a suitable location to set up our first stand alone food business.” Arguably one of the most iconic businesses and buildings in Millicent, it was the Chicken Land site that caught Dean’s eye. “It had always appealed to me as being an excellent location, with a well established clientele,” he said. “So two years ago we purchased Chicken Land, and set about the process of renovating the building, and replacing all of the equipment.” The merging of the two menus and concepts to establish Jaffle King & Karvery has been a success story. There are still all the time honoured Chicken Land favourites

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Vintage 2013 is in full swing and the Coonawarra Vignerons Association is gearing up for another cracking Coonawarra After Dark Festival on Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13. This year is shaping

up to be the biggest yet as DiGiorgio Family Wines celebrates their 10th annual Vintage Stomp and BBQ feast. The Blok Estate will host a classic After Dark event, Trotter’s Table, with Gary, Ann,

Luke and Rebecca Trotter inviting you to sit down and join them for a delightful supper of homemade soup, cheese and hearty pot pies. Penley Estate serves up the terrific trifecta of Soup,

Cheese & Brownies and invites you to relax and enjoy one of their award winning wines while soaking up the picturesque surrounds of Coonawarra.

COST: $30 includes cheese plates, homemade soup and roll and Ann’s hearty pot pies. This price includes your first glass of wine. Wines by the glass $6 thereafter or 10% off Cellar Door price by the bottle. BOOKINGS: Required. CONTACT: Ann or Gary Trotter on 08 8737 2734 or email

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Join our Winemaker, Paul Gordon for an informative and fun winery tour. Explore brand new reds and whites and see how the 2012 reds are progressing. Homemade soup & crusty bread plus wines by the glass. TIMES: Friday 12th April - From 12pm with Tours at 2pm and 4pm. Saturday 13th April – From 12pm with Tour at 2pm. COST: Tours $5pp includes a glass of Syn – Cuveé or Rouge. Homemade soup & bread $5. Wines by the glass at various prices. BOOKINGS: Not required but appreciated for larger groups or buses. CONTACT: Kerrie Marcus 08 8737 2326 or - 041


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Work on the marina project in Portland Harbour is close to completion, with Council this week applying a single coat of seal to the vacant area adjacent to the new marina. The area is currently closed off to the public to allow the seal to set prior to the busy Easter holiday period, when the area will be used as a temporary car park.

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People over 40 years are being urged to have regular eye checks for glaucoma - the call coming in the wake of World Glaucoma Week, which was held from March 10-16. Glaucoma is often called the silent thief of sight because it commonly has no symptoms such as pain or discomfort, it progresses slowly and in the early stages, it does not affect how clearly you see. You are often not aware that you have glaucoma until permanent vision loss has occurred. Sometimes symptoms can occur, such as

blurred vision, coloured haloes around lights, loss of side vision, pain and redness of the eye. Regular eye checks with an optometrist are vital as early detection and treatment can reduce damage to the optic nerve and loss of vision. Painless tests to check for glaucoma include checking the pressure inside your eye, checking your field of vision and checking to see if there is any damage to your optic nerve. In glaucoma, pressure inside the eye progressively damages the optic nerve. This fluid pressure may be caused by the eye producing too much fluid or the fluid

being blocked from leaving the eye. When this fluid pressure builds up, it can damage the optic nerve cells behind the eye, which carry messages from your eye to your brain. This damage to nerve cells can progress until only central vision is left or there is complete blindness. If you are over the age of 40 years, have a family history of glaucoma, or have diabetes, high blood pressure or another eye disease, glaucoma is more likely to occur and you should have your eyes checked regularly by an optometrist.

The South East Art Society is pleased to announce the winner of the Popular Vote from the Bendigo Bank and City of Mount Gambier Open Awards Exhibition. Entries were received from all over the South East and over the Victorian border and the winner of the $100 prize was Amanda MacLeod, from Millicent, with her picture entitled “Emergence of Beauty”. Amanda has always loved to draw and has taken her hobby of figurative acrylic painting seriously for the last ten years. She admires the expressionistic style of her favourite artist Van Gogh. She has paintings on show at Ant’s Redgum Gallery in Millicent and was proud to have sold “Dare to be Different” in the Southern Ocean Art Prize in 2009, the first exhibition she entered. The next exhibition by Members of the South East Art Society will be held in June at the Riddoch Art Gallery with the title “Fantastical”. Some artists are into fantasy and magic and will no doubt produce some surreal and otherworldly creations; others will depict the fantastic world we live in. This will be followed in September by “Genesis” giving an opportunity to explore springtime, beginnings or origins; possibly the Garden of Eden, Noah’s ark or the Tower of Babel may also provide inspiration. - 045

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BASEBALL Three-peat Tigers Baseball Club is certainly building dynasty, taking its third consecutive division one title at the weekend with a clean sweep of its grand final series with Central. Tigers simply reigned supreme in the batting box in game one of the best of three series, a concept introduced for the first time this season, on Friday night. The 6-1 victory gave the title favourites a 1-0 lead heading into the potential double header on Saturday with games

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set down for 4pm and a 7.30pm clash if required. It was a tight opening to what was a do or die clash for Central as the former powerhouse looked to keep its title hopes alive. Tigers certainly looked slick in the field, recovering from a mistimed hit from lead off batter Edward Trupp, to quickly end the opening dig with a double play, securing outs at second and first. Central also looked disciplined in the field and Tigers, while getting Jesse Foster on base,

never really threatened. After struggling to secure safehits on Friday night, it was an encouraging sign to see veteran Mark Kilpatrick make good contact to right field. That good start was spoilt when Kilpatrick looked to steal and Kane Harrison clinically threw him out before Foster tidied things up with two strike outs. Not to be outdone, Kilpatrick, who started on the mound for Central, also produced two strikeout at the bottom of the second and scores were locked at nil-all. James Gurry then gave Central the start it wanted at the top of the third with a safehit to right field. The teenager then stealing second to place himself in a dangerous scoring position with no outs. Once again though Foster rallied and struck out the following three batters - bringing his total to six in the first three innings. Tigers started to get bat on ball at the bottom of the third but Central remained firm in the field, taking its outfield catches and, with the exception of one glaring error, made its infield outs as well. Nathan Meinck secured the first impressive hit of game two when he cleared left field as lead off batter at the top of the fourth. A walk to Kilpatrick saw two runners on base but again some polished fielding easily averted the danger. Brodie Foster forced the ball through shortstop and made it safely to first and when Kane Harrison struck the ball well straight down the third baseline, good fielding from Dylan Chuck might have thrown the Tigers coach out but it did allow Foster to end up at third and in a position to strike. Jake Cairns then split the gap between

centre field and right field, allowing Foster to cross the plate for the first run of the game and at the bottom of the fourth, the reigning champs had the lead. But every time Central looked to mount something in the batting box, Foster came up with some clever pitching and two more strike outs at the top of the fifth again proved pivotal. Tigers looked set to assert their authority at the bottom of the fifth - Thomson making great contact with a pitch but brought undone by a well judged catch by Curtis Scheidl at centre field when the ball looked gone. Ben Marcus then did clear left field and when Brodie Foster hit safely to left field, it looked like Tigers would take a 2-0 lead. But Trupp had other ideas and his low, fast bounce throw found Marcus surprisingly well short of home plate and again Central hung tough and remained alive, only one run down. The sixth and seventh innings were all about the pitchers as strike outs became the norm and neither team looked like scoring. Thomson again was the instigator for Tigers in the batting box - hitting safely to left field before a Marcus bunt made sure Thomson was well in scoring position at third. Brodie Foster then sent the ball deep into centre field

and while he was caught, Thomson scored and Central was faced with the challenge of scoring three runs in their last dig to force the reigning titleholders to bat again. Knowing they were three outs away from a third consecutive title saw Tigers re-focus with two regulation outs and then a strike out to finish, taking game two, the series and the silverware. The participating coaches and the two Adelaide umpires across the two games of the grand final series to select a most valuable player winner - the trophy and medal named in honour of Tigers and baseball league stalwart Jeanette Burner, who died in 2010. The MVP went to Tigers coach Kane Harrison, who was clearly emotional about receiving the award. “She was like a mum to everyone in this club,” Harrison said. “She pulled us into line and kept us on the straight and narrow or at least tried to. She is still deeply missed and I think about her all the time.” Foster was also impressive on the mound, while Thomson got the job done best in the batting box. More scores and photos page 31. - 050

Far left (from top ) - Tigers celebrate the final out of the grand final series; Brodie Foster puts everything into this pitch; Kane Harrison cleanly takes this low ball and Ben Marcus makes contact with this pitch. Above (top) - The Tigers division one team celebrates its three-peat. Above - Jeanette Burner Memorial Trophy (grand final series MVP) - Tigers coach Kane Harrison with his eight month old nephew Tahj Pitkin. Below - Mitchell Thomson was impressive with the bat in the grand final series.


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Fun and excitement defined Rivoli Bay Sailing Club’s recent Learn to Sail course with eight young people from the Limestone Coast enjoying four weekends of sailing. The aim of the course was to develop the basic skills of small dinghy sailing covering both theory and practical on the water training. It was delivered to the standard of Yachting Australia’s “Get into small boat sailing” syllabus and conducted by a fully qualified Yachting Australia Instructor. The Level 1 course was designed to provide a safe and enjoyable introduction to small boat sailing and included fundamental boat

handling skills and essential safety knowledge. Topics covered included: safety equipment and clothing, boat rigging, rope work and basic knots, sailing on all points of the wind, tacking, gybing, launching and recovery, sailing theory, no go zone, tides and currents, capsize recovery and safety on the water. Understanding the basic skills of sailing allowed participants the freedom of sailing small boats with guidance from the instructor. The club’s training pacers and Rivoli Bay Sailing Club members’ small boats were used throughout the course with sailing equipment and lifejackets supplied. The training program enabled each participant to reach a level of competence to receive a certificate of completion in the Learn to Sail Level I


course. Enthralled by their sailing experience several participants have been inspired to take up the challenge and continue to learn more about sailing. Participants discovered a social aspect of this exciting water sport and have not stopped talking about it since. Want to learn to sail? Then step out of yourself, get into a wet suit and go for it. Want to know more? Then go to RBSC’s Facebook page. Above - Learn to Sail participants - Bonner Buckley, Tex Battersby, Wesley Redden, Heidi Rogers, Mark Rogers, Liam Mills, Brad Mann (Sailing Instructor), Jessica Hill and Opal Tebecis.


AUSSIE CROQUET CHALLENGE Mount Gambier Blue 5 games, 153 hoops d Mount Gambier Red 1 game, 130 hoops. Game one - S. Jolley/W. McDonald 26 d S. Edlington/B. McBride 20; D. Lovekin/S. Laslett 26 d D. Laslett/M. Millowick. Game two - S. Jolley/D. Lovekin 23 ost to S. Edlington/D. Laslett 26; W. McDonald/S. Laslett 26 d D. Leamey/M. Millowick. Game three - S. Jolley/S. Laslett 26 d S. Edlington/M. Millowick 23; W. McDonald/D. Lovekin 26 d D. Leamey/D. Laslett 22. Millicent Pink 3 games, 138 hoops d Millicent White 3 games, 135 hoops. Game one - E. Marshall/H. Hutchesson 22 lost to B. Trotter/T. Pedlar 26; B. Staude/K. Staude 26 d S. Hateley/R. Morello 22. Game two - E. Marshall/B. Staude 26 d B. Trotter/S. Hateley 22; H. Hutchesson/K. Staude 16 lost to T. Pedlar/R. Morello 19. Game three - E. Marshall/K. Staude 26 d B. Trotter/R. Morello 23; H. Hutchesson/B. Staude 22 lost to T. Pedlar/S. Hateley.


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Above (top row from left) - Dylan Chuck gets in a good swing at this pitch; Mark Kilpatrick tried his heart out on the mound. Above (bottom row from left) - Tigers coach and grand final series MVP Kane Harrison looks to make the first play of the game throwing to first; Mitchell Thomson completes the second phase of a double play that ended Centrals first time at bat in game two on Saturday. Other scores - Under 17 - Central 11 d Tigers 1; Tigers won the division two title and no other results were available at print time.


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pre-season spoils Glencoe continued its good pre-season form from recent seasons, once again securing the Mid South East Football League pre-season trophy with a two goal victory over Kalangadoo. The Murphies defeated Nangwarry and Port MacDonnell in its pool matches, while Kalangadoo made the title decider with a convincing victory over Kongorong and then a one point nailbiter against Mount Burr. The final score in the football dgrand final was Glencoe 4.2 (26) to Kalangadoo 2.2 (14). Meanwhile, in the netball, Hatherleigh has secured the first piece of silverware for 2013 with a five goal pre-season cup victory over Kalangadoo at Robe on Sunday. The round robin event saw the grand finalists from the 2012 premiership season end up in the title decider and this time it was the Eagles who prevailed, 20-15. Lori Sandlands was named best for the champions, while Kirsty Egan was the pick of the Magpies.

DON’T MISS OUT The Mount Gambier Showjumping Club Easter Carnival is this weekend with action out at the Blue Lake Sports Park velodrome all weeked - from Good Friday until Easter Monday. Now in its 31st year, the carnival attracts the district’s best riders as well as plenty of top competitors from across South Australia, Victoria and indeed Australia.


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Dandenong 85 d Mount Gambier Pioneers 81 (M. Sutton 20; T. Robinson 19; L. Blicavs 15; Burdon 14). Nunawading 99 d Mount Gambier Pioneers 90 (T. Daly 27; J. Warbout 19; E. Burdon 14). The Pioneers first game of the weekend was an arm wrestle, while the second game against Nunawading the Pioneers had a poor third term adn trailed by as many as 18 points in the final stanza. They fought back to a three point deficit but then the score blew back out to a nine point margin. Tom Daly impressed in his first outing and Jan Warbout picked up from where he left off last weekend.

Back in action in countdown to finals

Lower South East Bowls Association results Men’s Pennant - Division one - Naracoorte 80/16 d Kingston 40/0; Millicent 79/14 d Mount Gambier Red 67/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 90/16 d Port MacDonnell 66/0; Mount Gambier Blue 72/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 68/2. Premiership standings - Mount Gambier RSL Red 169; Millicent 146; Mount Gambier Blue 124; Port MacDonnell 115. Division two - Kalanngadoo 90/16 d Naracoorte 52/0; Millicent 77/16 d Port MacDonnell 63/0; Naracoorte RSL 91/14 d Mount Gambeir 54/2’ Mount Gambier RSL 84/15 d Robe 53/1. Premiership standings - Naracoorte RSL 190; Mount Gambier RSL 148; Millicent 116; Kalangadoo 111. Division three - Penola 74/9 d Kingston 74/7; Lucindale 78/14 d Frances 62/2; Millicent Blue 71/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 56/2; Millicent Red 74/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 56/2. Premiership standings - Lucindale - 149; Penola 146; Frances 138; Mount Gambier RSL Red 103. Division four - Naracoorte 81/14 d Beachport 56/2; Naracorote RSL 89/14 d Millicent 55/2; Mount Gambier RSL 79/12 d Port MacDonnell 63/4; Mount Gambier Red 69/14 d Mount Gambier Blue 66/2. Premiership standings - Naracoorte 180; Naracoorte RSL 144; Mount Gambier Red 140; Milicent 135. Division five - Kingston 45/12 d Narfacoorte 40/2; Robe 70/14 d Penola 46/0; Lucindale 45/12 d Naracoorte RSL 44/2; Kalangadoo won on forfeit by Frances. Premiership standings - Kingston 150; Lucindale 137; Kalangado0 127; Naracoorte 106. - 051

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Premiership double for Panthers

After finishing runner-up to Cougars in both grades in the winter season, Panthers went one better in the 2012/13 summer season of the South East Coast Basketball League, taking the title in the men’s and women’s competition. Thrilling games and close results were the highlights of the current finals series - Panthers Men securing its grand final berth courtesy of a four point win over Wizards, with the women hanging on for a three point victory over rival Cougars to take their grand final spot. And while Wizards earnt a rematch in the season decider, Cougars women were upset by a much improved Roos lineup, advancing to its first grand final in more than a decade. It

was Wizards that got the better of the start in the men’s decider with Matt Parslow and Michael Stephens finding range early and Nick Morrison dominating the second quarter to ensure Wizards enjoyed a four point biffer at the main change. Jack Ryan was the pick of Panthers in the first half, with some support from coach Jimmy Fleming. Ryan started the second half clearly in no mood to be denied the titles and he really started to assert his authority in the paint at both ends of the court. Tyson Kettle started to show his class with the ball, setting up several scoring opportunities for Mitchell Mott and Teagan Brown but despite the improved performance by Panthers, there was still a two point buffer.

Wizards started to look like a side with only one player on the bench in the last and as Panthers again lifeted a gear, the signs were there that the title was set to be theirs. Wizards started to shoot out of desperation and when out of position, while at the other end Brown, Ryan and State junior Brad Rathjen were finishing well for Panthers. In the end the final margin of 12 was a little inflated but inspired by grand final MVP Jak Ryan, Panthers deserved the win. It was a rocky start for both sides in the women’s decider, before classy playmaker Brianna Walters and experienced campaigner Melissa Renko taking charge and guiding Panthers to a comfortable 12 point half time

lead. Kelly Lockwood was also prominent on the scoreboard in the opening half. Roos seemed flat and perhaps overwhlemed and it took a cameo of aggression and energy from Yazmin King to lift her side to another gear as Danika Jolley started to lift her scoring rate. Roos were able to cut the deficit to six points heading into the final stanza but thanks to a strong defensive effort from Renko and composure and leadership from Walters, Panthers held on for a 51-47 win. Walters was named grand final MVP. Individual honours have also been handed out with Walters making a xclean sweep of the silverware, adding the season MVP and Allen-Flett Trophy for the best under 21 - 052

player to her grand final night haul. Simon Berkefeld added to his trophy cabinet with a 12th season MVP honour, making it seven on the trot for the classy Bulldogs skipper. Kane deWit took home the Bill Cook memorial trophy for the best under 21 player and Kelly Lockwood secured the refereeing award. Above (from left) - Women’s A gradfe SECBL premiers - Panthers; Men’s A grade SECBL premiers - Panthers; Women’s A grade grand final MVP Brianna Walters and Men’s A grade grand final MVP Jak Ryan. Below (top row from left) - SECBL Men’s A grade season MVP

Simon Berkefeld; SECBL Women’s A grade season MVP and Allen-Flett Trophy (best under 21 player) winner Brianna Walters; Bill Cook Memorial Trophy (best under 21 player) winner Kane deWit and Referee Trophy winner Kelly Lockwood. Below (bottom row) - Grand final MVP Brianna Walters in action ; grand final MVP Jak Ryan attacks the basket; Rachael Hines and Kelly Lockwood wrestle for possession and Nick Morrison looks to get off a shot during the men’s title decider. Photos courtesy of Robert Tremelling.


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It doesn’t get much more red blooded when it comes to cars than Paul Davis and Jason Fewins almost singlehandedly secured the 2013 HD & HR Holden Nationals in Mount Gambier on the Queen’s Birthday weekend – the first time the event has been held in South Australia or away from the eastern seaboard. For Paul, it will be his 10th time at nationals, while for Jason it will be nationals number

six. Both have lovingly restored a Holden, in fact in Paul’s case it’s two – a HR Holden Premier and a HR hearse. Jason’s pride and joy is a HR Holden Premier X2. For Paul, it’s a family affair – the HR Premier was his grandfather’s car bought in 1966 from OG Roberts. It returned to family hands in 1989 when Paul bought it from the McBains – it had only 125,000 miles on it. The restoration took about nine months

and was finished in 2006. The passion for Holdens dates back to when Paul was 18 and being part of the national car club scene has made his two restoration projects easier. “You source parts through networks, through the people you meet at car shows, through swap meets and that sort of thing,” Paul said. “There’s always someone who knows someone who can get you the part you need

or give you the advice you want.” Paul’s hearse, confirming his love for all things quirky, was around a six month undertaking requiring some custom made parts to keep the vehicle authentic. Jason’s is a more recent passion, dating back a little over a decade and his Premier X2 took around 14 months to bring back to its former glory. Unlike Paul, his passion extends beyond the history of the Holden – he’s a red blooded V8 fan as well. The two mates have travelled all over Australia and are thrilled to now have the opportunity to showcase their hometown and region to their Holden mates, thanks to the South East Classic & Unique

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May 18 & 19 New & Improved Vintage and Machinery Rally Hamilton Pastoral Museum, Ballarat Road, Hamilton. Saturday from 10am, Sunday – 10am-4pm. For more details call (03)5571 1595 - 057

Car Club coming on board to help with the running of the June 8 and 9 event. Mount Gambier’s Old Gaol will

host a Show’N’Shine on June 8, while the classic Holdens will then head off on a cruise to Penola on

Sunday. Organisers are expecting around 60 vehicles to converge on the South East for the annual event

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2007 HONDA CIVIC One owner, only 52,000kms, auto, dual airbags. DD-416A


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2004 FORD FOCUS 4 cylinder, airbags, only 92,000kms, a/c, p/s, power windows, auto. S309-AJZ


2009 TOYOTA CAMRY ATEVA Choice of 2, auto, one owner, 88,000kms, 4 cylinder. WIW-132



2002 HOLDEN RODEO DUAL CAB Turbo diesel, fully optioned, 4x4, airconditioning, power steering. S500-AAM


2003 NISSAN PATROL Power steering, lift kit, 3.0 litre turbo diesel, automatic.


2008 FORD FG G6 Low kms, reverse sensors, one owner, luxury model. WRW-216


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2007 NISSAN PATHFINDER Turbo diesel, 7 seats, 4WD, hi-low, cruise, ABS brakes.


2004 HOLDEN WK STATESMAN 165,000kms, auto, 5.7 litre V8 engine. XDH-387


2009 FORD TERRITORY 105,000kms, 7 seats, 6 speed auto. WUR-013


2007 TOYOTA HILUX 4.0 V6, manual, 105,000kms, power windows. S142-ADE


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03 FORD BA FAIRLANE Local history, reverse sensors, leather, climate control, 4 airbags. UYT-271


2005 MITSUBISHI 380 LX Power windows, leather, auto, climate control, ABS brakes. WMV-453


2008 BFII FALCON TRAYTOP UTE Cruise, dual airbags, one owner, 84,000kms, alloy tray. QDX-114


2002 TJ MAGNA ADVANCE Dual fuel, auto, cruise, ABS brakes, alloys. WZF-592


2002 HOLDEN VXII COMMODORE - 5 speed manual, alloys. RPT-092. $5200 2004 BMW X5 WAGON - 3.0 litre turbo diesel, auto, 4x4, leather, alloys. SWE-932. $17,950 2007 JEEP PATRIOT WAGON - Dual airbags, alloys, AWD. S708AUL. $13,950 2005 HONDA ODYSSEY - 7 seats, 112,000kms. S309-AZP. $16,750

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2004 MITSUBISHI PAJERO GLS 4x4, 3.5 litre V6, 7 seats, manual, power windows, remote locking.

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16” alloys, 33,930km, air con, dual airbags, tonneau cover, snorkel, bull bar, tow bar, side steps, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, power windows. SO99AVS.

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5 speed manual, 100km, ABS, air conditioning, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, power windows, tinted windows. Engine No. HR12421816A.

6 speed manual, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, 50,856kms, power windows. S061AFS

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6 speed manual, 38,368km, 19” alloy wheels, ABS, climate control, dual airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD stacker, central locking, cruise, power windows. S776AJR.

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, ABS, air con, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, roof racks, window tint, full service history. S898AUD.

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6 speed manual, 16” alloys, ABS, air conditioning, CD player, central locking, power windows, window tint. XSR-031.

8 cylinder 4.5l turbo diesel, sports automatic, 8 seats, 17” alloys, CD stacker, cruise, power windows, power steering, central locking, bluetooth, window tint. XSU-740.

5 speed manual, air conditioning, dual airbags, power steering, roof racks, side steps. S703AAJ.

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2010 HYUNDAI iMAX TQ-W SELECTRONIC Automatic, 64,687km, 8 seats, turbo diesel, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, tinted windows, dual airbags, CD player, central locking. XSP-141.

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Automatic turbo diesel 4WD, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 6 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. YQP-348. Internet ID: 20428


2009 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE Automatic, 45,506km, air conditioning, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. MCH-995. Internet ID: 20427















6 speed automatic, anti lock breaks, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power steering, power windows, roof rails. MBX-536.

Automatic, 59,451km, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCL-913.

Automatic 4WD, 58,746km, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. JFS-230.

Automatic, 1 owner, service history, tow bar, window, cruise control, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking. WXD-874.

Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, climate control, 8 airbags, tinted windows, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S245AHC.

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Automatic, 68,875km, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCI-677.

Automatic, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S106ALU.

Turbo diesel automatic, 59,000kms, 16” alloy wheels, abs. air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. WVG-843. WAS $29,990

6 speed turbo diesel, full log book service history, rear camera, cruise control, side door, power windows, CD player. XJD-007.

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5 speed manual, air conditioning, driver airbag, CD player, central locking, power steering, front power windows. SBM-995. WAS $8,490

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Automatic, 18” alloy wheels, abs, air conditioning, 4 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S579AMS Was $21,990 Internet ID: 20284

Automatic, air conditioning, bluetooth, 4 airbags, sports suspension, body kit, 18” alloy wheels, CD player, central locking, power windows, window tint. S046AGK. WAS $23,990

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