Lifestyle1 Magazine issue 482

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COVER Gambier

1986 was a huge year for Tony Iannella - he got married to Wendy, bought a new house and took on ownership of Gambier Tile Centre. “It was quite nerve wracking as a new couple just starting out and taking on a business,” Tony said. “It certainly wasn’t easy.” Tony had worked at Gambier Tile Centre since 1977, so the business was already familiar to him. Born and bred in Mount Gambier, the tile giant has never had any thoughts of moving away and in the past 12 months, despite the tough economic

Tile Centre undergoes major makeover

climate, he has further strengthened his ties to the region by renovating his Commercial Street East store - the first time it has undergone such a major transformation in three decades. By his own admission, the store was formerly more storeroom than showroom but all that has changed. Tony’s wide range of local and imported tiles is now set up in concept displays and the store is finally “organised”. The renovations are almost complete and the transformation is astonishing. Undergoing the major

overhaul not just good for business but also a show of faith from Tony in the community he loves. “I would never live anywhere else,” he said. “We’ve been through hard times and good times and you just know Mount Gambier will always come through, things always turn around.” Tony’s showroom might have undergone a makeover but the cornerstone of his business - customer service and expert knowledge - are still the key foundations of Gambier Tile Centre. “We have a great variety of tiles on show

but I can also get whatever the customer wants even unique and hard to find tiles when renovating,” Tony said. “Our customers have been so loyal and nothing beats being able to provide exactly what they want.” Tony has an experienced team on hand as well with sales manager David McGregor and Simon Downie. David has 20 years experience at the Gambier Tile Centre. Come and see the 216 Commercial Street East showroom for yourself or phone (08)8725 6795.

Below - Gambier Tile Centre staff - Simon Downie; owner Tony Iannella and sales manager David McGregor.

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plans.They decided to outsource the contract to Australia and I was recruited as a problem solver. We received extensive training as they wanted us to sound like we were Indian. I obviously didn’t pay enough attention during the training. I did well with the Sachin Tendulkar stuff, I even learnt a bit about Indian religion and sacred cows. At some point I must have zoned out and got myself a bit muddled though. I was fired after they received complaints about me referring to myself as Chief Phoneinhand and starting each phone call with a loud exclamation

of “how”. My co-workers apparently also put several complaints in about the odour from my massive feathered headdress and building a wigwam in my cubicle. An honest mistake surely. It did have me wondering though. Considering that we’ve outsourced half the jobs in Australia now, how come unemployment isn’t astronomically high in Australia. There are minor fluctuations up and even sometimes down but surely it should be through the roof considering how many people are being laid off. Is it possible that with half of the Middle East in Australia driving taxis, Australian taxi drivers are filling the gaps and performing similar roles throughout the bustling cities of Tehran, Baghdad and so on? Do you think the locals in Karachi spend their time grizzling about Australian taxi drivers who never have any idea where they’re going and always stink of Vegemite? I don’t feel sorry for the people in these countries though.

Sometimes they are seen as unfortunate, but I’m starting to think we’ve got it all around the wrong way. I was watching the Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala a few weeks ago. They were saying that for $110 you can buy a working toilet in Africa. In Australia it costs $110 to pay for the phone call you have with the plumber’s receptionist and then you have to lay a trail of one hundred and ten one dollar coins to lead the plumber to your house. Who’s underprivileged? That’s just a joke by the way. I would definitely encourage everyone out there to donate what they can to help whoever they can around the world. While we’re talking about helping people around the world, you may have noted an advertisement on heavy rotation on TV last year. In the ad they had children digging trenches and doing heavy labour in Australia with people candidly responding to how cruel it was having children working. The point of the ad was of course that children around the world are forced to work in this way. The main reason child labour wouldn’t work in Australia is that the kids don’t have a good enough work ethic. They’d grizzle too much and the standard of their work wouldn’t be good enough. That’s kind of a joke too. Australian kids are lazy but kids around the world shouldn’t be made to work. Anyway, I know I’m all over the place David but I’m still pretty sleep deprived. I hope I’ve answered your question. Not really. I only hope that I’ll get more than four hours of sleep tonight.

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30 Eglington Terrace, Mt Gambier


7 Murndal Court, Mount Gambier


7 Playford Street, Mount Gambier


7 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier $359,000

OPEN FRI MAY 31 5.15 - 5.45pm




9.30 - 10.00am

12.30 - 1.00pm

• Recently renovated • 3 Bedrooms 1 with robes • Remote Carport plus new colour bond garage • Stunning rear private decked patio • Beautifully land scaped gardens WEB Id. 5292594 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Well maintained brick & tile • 3 large bedrooms with built in robes • Large lounge • Separate dining • Roomy kitchen with ample cupboard space WEB Id. 5165506 3 1 Heather Zeck 0447 999 005

13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $284,000

16 Mayflower Court, Mt Gambier






10.00 - 10.20am

11.00 - 11.20am

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with walk in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen meals family area • Single remote garage UMR with internal access WEB Id. 4476697 3 2 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • 2 bathrooms • Open plan living area • Covered rear patio • Remote garage with internal access WEB Id. 5194741 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

24 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier

4 Marara Street, Mount Gambier






OPEN SAT JUNE 1 9.30 - 9.50am

• 3 bedrooms, 2 with robes • Open plan lounge/ kitchen/ meals • Updated kitchen with dishwasher • Slow combustion heater • Great separate family room • Single garage with workshop Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


6 Robin Street, Mount Gambier




OPEN SUN JUNE 2 11.30 - 11.50am


OPEN SAT JUNE 1 10.30 - 10.50am

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and wi robe • Formal lounge • Open plan Kitchen meals Family area • Spacious 3 way bathroom • Great outdoor patio area 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo




OPEN SUN JUNE 2 11.00 - 11.30am

• 3 bedroom solid home • Built-ins in all • Updated kitchen with dishwasher • Formal lounge dining • Large family room with built-in storage cupboards WEB Id. 4715568 3 1 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Approx 2.9 acre property on 2 titles • 3 bedroom home • Lounge with gas heating • Horse stables with power • Brand new gas hot water system WEB Id. 5159311 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong

7 Raleigh Terrace, Mount Gambier $336,000





12.15 - 12.45pm

12.00 - 12.20pm

1.30 - 2.00pm




OPEN SUN JUNE 2 1.00 - 1.30pm

• Brick & Tile home with ensuite • 3 bedrooms (main with bay window) • Lounge with brand new carpet & gas heating • Huge covered entertaining area • Abundance of car parking WEB Id. 5146033 3 2 3 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

• Near new Carpet in lounge, passage and bedrooms • Level allotment • Solid brick home • 3 bedrooms all of a great size • Single garage WEB Id. 4389135 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Elders has just listed for sale this lovely solid brick Family home ideal for the growing family. The home consists of 3 Bedrooms plus study, formal sunken lounge, formal dining area and an open plan kitchen meals family area. The kitchen is solid Tassie oak and boasts wi pantry. Both WEB Id. 5235386 4 3 6 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Brick & tile home in Conroe Heights • 4 Bedrooms (main with WIR &ensuite) built-ins in others • Huge formal lounge • Spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living WEB Id. 5206251 4 2 2 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

1 Lange Street, Mount Gambier

134 Jubilee Highway East, Mt Gambier $157,000

68 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier

36 Brolga Street, Mount Gambier




1.45 - 2.15pm

11.00 - 11.30am

• Brick home on large corner allotment • 2 street access, huge carport • Bullnose verandah • Ducted gas heating • 2 way bathroom WEB Id. 5194813 3 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285



26 Turnbull Drive, Mount Gambier $480,000


OPEN SUN JUNE 2 • Spanish Architecture dominates this outstanding home • 3 - 4 bedrooms • Beautifully refurbished with new paint, new carpet, new ensuite, new kitchen and appliances • Encompassing large separate games room WEB Id. 5131852 3/4 2 1 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

9 Adam Street, Donovans

12 Paltridge Street, Mount Gambier



11.30 - 11.50am

A well cared for home on Jubilee Highway is beckoning a new owner. The 3 bedroom home has plenty to offer the first home buyer or investor. Located in the mixed use zoning provides for additional uses other than residential. WEB Id. 5056294 3 1 2 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882


12.10 - 12.30pm • Positioned on the foothills of the Blue Lake with walking trails only moments away • Beautifully elevated with sweeping views • Beaming with natural light are the huge games room, office & storage area WEB Id. 5061448 4 2 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098


OPEN SAT JUNE 1 1.00 - 1.30pm


3.00 - 3.30pm

• 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spa bath in ensuite • 3 car garage with kitchenette & wash facilities • 2 spacious living areas seamlessly connect with covered outdoor timber deck • Bore, rainwater, shed WEB Id. 4702751 4 2 2.5 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098



10.15 - 10.45am

• Attention fishermen, holiday makers, weekends • 3 bedrooms in main house • Big living area, compact kitchen • Large bedrooms • Huge shed approx 12m x 6m for boats and caravans WEB Id. 5166729 3-4 1 4 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

A large brick home in a convenient and elevated position and located at 12 Paltridge Street. With good views back over the City, this home has plenty to offer the growing Family. Downstairs has garaging for two vehicles plus a workshop area and extra area that could be utilised for extra storage. Upstairs the WEB Id. 5236670 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

house has an open plan living area with views from the Kitchen over the City. The property has two living areas with a formal lounge and kitchen/meals/family area with direct access to the secluded undercover entertaining area. The Family area has slow combustion heating.The Master bedroom has good 3 3 2 views, an ensuite and walk-in-robe.








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24 Telford Street, Mount Gambier


26 Telford Street , Mount Gambier


OPEN ALL WEEKEND BY APPOINTMENT 2 Bedroom stone duplex, updated eat in Kitchen, updated bathroom with separate shower and kids bath, massive separate gas heated lounge room, Polished floor boards Throughout the bedrooms

WEB Id. 5224218


and living room, enclosed rear yard with room for a shed and the kids to play. Situated opposite the Showgrounds. what a great location.


Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

14 Peake Terrace, Nangwarry


3 Bedroom stone duplex, Enclosed rear porch ideal study or 4th bedroom, updated eat in Kitchen, updated bathroom with separate shower and kids bath, separate gas heated lounge, Polished floor boards Throughout the bedrooms and living room, enclosed



WEB Id. 5224545

rear yard with room for a shed and the kids to play. Situated opposite the Showgrounds. what a great location.


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33 - 45 Pinehall Ave, Mt Gambier


9 Wright Street, Tarpeena

• Approx. 3 acres of prime real estate • Subdivision potention STCA • 4 bedrooms and a study or optional fifth bedroom • Huge family room encompasses the delightful timber kitchen • Spacious ensuite featuring spa bath & dual basin WEB Id. 5032060 2 1/2 4 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098 5


• Industrial Workshop located in recognised commerce/industrial zone • Stone construction 160m2 approx. plus mezzanine floor. High clearance front and rear access of 4.1m. • Allotment of approx. 567m2 plus Right of Way. • 3 phase power, pit and ablutions, office plus upstairs office/storage. • Ideal for Owner Operator or investment. Now vacant after one Tenant for last 23 years.

Further details Bruce Auld 0428 849 882.



Lot 10 Kirip Road, Glencoe West


Web Id. 5338142

4/19 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier $179,000




• Suit 1st home buyers or investors • Small 3 bedroom cottage • Large rear decking & pergola • Floating timber floors throughout • Open plan living, s/c wood heating WEB Id. 4736625 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• Large family home on 1.5 acres • Across the road from Glencoe Football Club • Large lounge with bay windows, r/c aircon & slow combustion wood heater • Stunning kitchen with all mod cons WEB Id. 4451763 4 1 4 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• 2 bedroom renovated home unit • Great location. Quiet area • Stunning kitchen with stainless steel appliances • R/C airconditioning for comfort control • Floating timber floors throughout WEB Id. 5028118 2 1 3 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

11 Howland Street, Mount Gambier $259,000

9 Coorara Avenue, Mount Gambier $179,000

• 4 Bedrooms 3 with robes • Formal lounge with reverse-cycle air and slow combustion heating • Upstairs kitchenette and large family room • 3 Toilets WEB Id. 5237084 4 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 3 bedrooms • Gas heated lounge • Updated eat-in kitchen • Stone garage with workshop • Close to school and shops WEB Id. 5268672 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


2 Douglas & 15 Ingleby Streets, Mt Gambier





NEW LISTING • Approx. rental return $300 - $320pw • 2 x solid stone duplex pair each comprising of 3 bedrooms • Fantastic corner position, • Freshly refurbished throughout • Live in one and rent out the other WEB Id. 4659114 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

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Wheel chair access to shower in duplex 2 Town gas heating unit Great size backyards with room for a shed Walk to both, primary and high schools plus corner store and public transport and tavern close by.









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Lot 5 Main Road Carpenter Rocks


• Four bedrooms - all with B.I.R. Open plan kitchen/dining • Formal lounge room + games room with s/c wood fire + bar. Large rear entertaining area • 5000 Gal rain water plus bore for toilet & garden • 2 bay stone shed with power, concrete floor & auto door







Lot 11 & 12 Main Road Carpenter Rocks


• Three bedrooms , main with B.I.R • Kitchen with electric cooking. Gas hot water • Updated bathroom with spa , shower and vanity • Lounge room with s/c wood fire • Large shed 7m x 15m, rain water to house and bore

• 9m x 7m Colorbond shed with power, concrete floor

to toilet and garden

PRICE 14 Peters Street Mount Gambier

7 Ronald Grove Mount Gambier


• 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 with built ins • Large open plan living with S/C heating & A/C • Solid timber kitchen with as new stainless steel oven & cook top Plus Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher

• Three bedrooms all with built in robes • Large lounge room with inbuilt gas fire & ceiling fan • Open plan kitchen/dining room • North facing undercover veranda • Single carport with concrete floor & power • Rear stone shed

• Stunning conservatory style dining room • Superb outdoor entertaining area












OPEN Saturday 11.00 - 11.30





3 4 Link Street Mount Gambier


• Brick veneer home in great location • Main bedroom with ensuite & walk-in robe, remaining bedrooms have built-ins • Two living areas. R/C air con plus wood heater • Extra large block with two large sheds plus carport Well maintained home with low maintenance





3 PRICE Lot 565 Springs Road Glencoe


• 3 great size bedrooms • Open plan kitchen/dining room • Large lounge room with gas heating • Large rear verandah or entertaining area • Double carport plus three good size garden sheds • Established lawns and garden plus chook yard







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6/7 Arbor Street Mount Gambier


• Newly renovated unit that delivers the very best in modern living. Contains a R/C air con • 2 bedrooms with BI wardrobes in the main. • Desirably situated, the property stands just minutes

• 3 – 4 bedroom stone duplex • Updated kitchen • New bathroom • Freshly painted • Brand new carpets

from the city centre and schools. • Current rental return is $160 per week.

• Landscaped




OPEN Saturday 11.45 - 12.15



12 Twila Grove Mount Gambier


• Brick & tile 4-5 bedroom home • Main bedroom with ensuite • Large tiled family room • Wood fire plus R/C inverter • Open plan kitchen with electric oven & dishwasher • Double length carport plus 6m x 6m shed





51 Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier






37 Canavan Road Mount Gambier


• Three bedrooms, bedroom one and two both have B.I.R

• 4 bedroom or 3 + a study, main with ensuite • Stunning open plan living area & formal lounge • Lovely alfresco entertaining area • Double garage UMR + separate 7.5m x 12m

• Good size kitchen with electric cooking • Large open plan lounge / dining room • R/C Air con and open fire place. Single garage • Bathroom has bath, shower, and vanity & separate toilet • Manageable back yard with shed and wood shed

Colorbond garage • Conveniently located level ¾ area allotment

6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier




• This beautifully designed 3 level home is constructed with quality finishes throughout • Take advantage of the sunny northern aspect with spectacular views over the city • An impressive lounge room, kitchen/dining with access to external deck.






• 20 Jenkins Terrace


• 10 Vaughan Terrace UNDER CONTRACT

3 19 Sturt Street Nelson



2 $277,400

• Three bedrooms, master with W.I.R and ensuite • Bedroom two and three also B.I.R • Open plan living area has timber floors, S/C wood heater, dining area and good size kitchen • Tiled main bathroom with separate toilet • Extensive timber decking and low maint. gardens

162 Corndale Road Casterton



4 $460,000

• Northern aspect, mud brick home • Approx 40 acres divided into 6 paddocks • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas • Timber kitchen, study & upstairs living area • Unlimited water supply for flower & veggie growing • As new four bay shed, cattle yards + horse boxes

577 Burston Road Glencoe


1 $225,000

• 3 bedroom transportable on approx 7.5 acres • Open plan dining & lounge room, gas heating • Single carport plus two small sheds, two horse sheds • Fully fenced with rural views, under cover rear pergola • Bore + some rain water, orchard and veggie garden - 010


• 2 Coombe Street


• 19 Jenkins Terrace


• 30 Laffer Street


9 Ellard Street


16A Bellevale Court


2 Regent Court



EASY CARE LIVING You will feel like a master chef with this startlingly renovated kitchen. This three bedroom courtyard home is convenient to post office, butcher & deli. Timber flooring in lounge, kitchen & passage. All bedrooms with built ins & near new carpets. Separate bath & shower in bathroom + separate toilet. Reverse cycle, split system air conditioning. Double garage UMR & enclosed side yard. Level allotment & on own certificate of title. $7,500.00 Purchaser cash back incentive – conditions apply.

OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30am

OPEN SATURDAY 11.30 - 12.00pm

OPEN TO OFFERS 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.

REGAL ON REGENT You will feel like royalty with this impressive & unique family home. Located a top a small culdesac in a popular leafy residential area. Four bedrooms with ensuite to main + two other bathrooms. Three living areas incorporating spacious downstairs den, formal lounge & dining + open plan lounge, dining & kitchen. Beautiful country style kitchen with granite bench tops. Separate study. Downstairs cellar & workshop. Gas heating throughout the home. Double garage UMR with internal access. Lovely private outdoor living area. Handy rear yard access to massive rear yard as allotment is in excess of 1300m2. There is certainly a lot to this home.

214 Wynham Road, Moorak


MODERN RURAL LIVING Simply stunning 3 to 4 bedroom home situated in Moorak. Situated on approx 2.5 acres offers state of the art living. Comprising of a home theatre room, elegant living areas, 3 double bedrooms, the main bedroom has a WIR and an opulent ensuite with double vanity and offering underfloor heating. A stainless steel cooker takes pride of place in the gourmet kitchen that features Caesar stone benchtops. Stacker doors lead from the dedicated games room with built in bar to the outdoor alfresco area. C Bus wiring throughout means the lighting, music and climate control are all automated offering energy efficiency and flexibility. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling. Double garage with i/access. Separate colorbond shedding with toilet & shower measuring approx. 7.5 x 20 metres with a 3 mtre high clearance.

12 Jardine Street


CHARM & MODERN CONVENIENCE Beautifully restored character home. Leadlight, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Cellar. Stone garage would fit 4 cars.

21 Reginald Street


9 Coral Court


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.

11/69 Bay Road


3 Livingston Street


11 Woodcrest Close


OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.15am

OPEN SATURDAY 12.30 - 1.00pm

BE THE 2ND OWNER Lovingly cared for stone home with only one owner. Great location – close to Woolies & Mac Park Primary School. Three generous bedrooms. Large lounge with gas heating & polished floorboards. Dine in kitchen with 5 burner gourmet gas cooker. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath. Single stone garage with extra store room / workshop. Neat & well maintained lawns & gardens. Perfect first home or low maintenance investment.

DON’T GO PAST ME... Solid construction family home. 3 bedrooms + large office that could easily be a 4th. Main bedroom has ensuite & built ins, bedrooms 2 & 3 have built ins & both have unique direct access to main bathroom. Spacious formal lounge & dine + open family, dine & timber kitchen. Sliding doors from family area to private pergola. Double garage with rear roller door access to enclosed back yard.

Moorak Hall Road


SUPERB COUNTRY LIVING Just minutes from the city centre. Comprising of 3 luxurious bedrooms study or ideal den. Situated on 10 acres into fenced 5 main paddocks with stables. Chefs kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite bench tops. Well appointed games room/rumpus. Open plan living area with dedicated cellar ideal for the wine buff. Renovated ensuite & main bathroom. Indoor heated pool & spa spacious entertaining all undercover. The most exquisite of gardens to enjoy. Living in this property will offer a truly unique experience. In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate.

1 Ewens Court


3/22 Hart Street, Mount Gambier



A RENOVATED CLASSIC Immaculate stone home in popular lakes area. 3 double bedrms. 2 with BIR. Large main bthrm with sep bath/ shower, 2nd bthrm combined with laundry. Open plan kitchen/dine with s/steel appliances & dishwasher. D/gas heating. Single Garage with w/shop. Split reverse cycle system.

1 Rymill Place


STOP RENTING & CONSIDER THIS LITTLE BEAUTY Well kept 3 bedroom stone home. Located in a quiet cul de sac, only a 10 minute walk to the main street. Good size bedrooms. Spacious lounge with gas heating. New kitchen, yes that’s right, a sparkling new kitchen with dishwasher, walk in pantry and s/s gas cooker. The bathroom has a sep shower/bath. Largest enough for the biggest parties is the rear pergola, and ideal area for kids to play in winter and Extremely private. Low maintenance front and rear yards. Stone single garage with power plus carport


AN EASY INVESTMENT Thought of securing an investment but worried about problem tenants? Look no further than this delightfully low maintenance unit. Situated in well maintained. Hedley Court on prestigous Bay Road. Comprising of 2 bedrooms with built in robes in the main. Renovated bathroom with sep shower bath. Separate toilet. Open plan kitchen/dine/lounge. Split system reverse cycle heating and cooling. Private rear courtyard. Single carport with lockable storage room. Currently leased with an immaculate tenant

9 Laird Street


AFFORDABLE BRICK HOME Three bedroom brick & tile home. Large lounge with gas heating. Good size kitchen with separate dining area. Bathroom with separate shower and bath + 2nd toilet. Neutral décor throughout. Single zincalume garage & store shed. Enclosed rear yard.

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

IT’S A TOP SPOT Three bedroom brick home located in quiet culdesac in lakes area – just off Shepherdson Road. All double size bedrooms with built ins in main. Large lounge with r/c split system air conditioning. Kitchen has gas stove & good size pantry + separate dining area. Spacious bathroom with separate shower & bath + separate toilet. Roller door on carport making the yard enclosed & private. Smaller allotment allowing easy care living.

GOOD INVESTMENT RETURNS Two bedroom “stand alone” unit located close to the city centre. Only three units in the complex. Large open plan living with generous lounge, full kitchen & large dining area, warmed by gas heating. Kitchen with pantry, electric stove & plenty of bench space. Both bedrooms have built ins. Bathroom with separate bath & shower. Single garage UMR with auto door & internal access. Large paved pergola + private rear yard. Invest now & reside later as unit is leased until 6/12/2013 at $230 per week.

RENTALS 4A Anderson St - Storage Shed. Avail 12/6/13 @ $50 p/wk 2/102 Wehl St - 2 bedrm unit. Lounge, kit & dining has gas heating. Kit w/ gas cooking. Large laundry. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $135 p/wk 6/4 Pick Ave - 2 bedrm unit close to main St, south eastern hotel & Harvey Norman. Gas heating + R/C. Enclosed rear yard + garden shed. Sorry no pets. Avail 20/6/13 @ $205 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 @ $210 p/wk 87 Bay Rd - 2 bedrm home + sleep out and sunroom w/ BI’s. Gas heating + R/C S/S. Kitchen w/ dishwasher. Walk to main st and the Lakes. Avail 24/5/13 @ $230 p/wk. 7 Mulga St - 3 bedrm home close to school. 2 bedrms w/ WIR’s other w/ BIR. Lounge w/ gas heating & r/c a /c . Double carport. Pets on app. Avail 28/6/13 @ $240 p/wk.

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


11 Wilson Lane, 4 Acres Glencoe - 4 bedrm home located minutes from Glencoe. All rooms w/ BIR’s. Main bedrm has built in queen bed, 2nd bedrm with built in single bed. Gas heating. Separate Sunroom. Rainwater tank + solar panels. Double garage & Single carport. Avail Now @ $240 p/wk 20 Chute Street - 3 bedrm home walking distance to main St. All bedrm’s w/ BIR’s. Kit w/ gas cook top + dishwasher. R/C A/C + gas heater. Dble carport. Pets on app. Avail 28/5/13 @ $280 p/wk. 27 Dalkeith Dr - Spacious 4 bedrm home all with BIR’s. Walking distance to schools. Gas cooking & heating. 2 living areas. Large pergola. Double garage. Sorry no pets. Avail 19/08/13 @ $290 p/wk 27B Hart St - 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 a/c. Kit w/ elec cooking + dishwasher. Rear decking. Sgle remote garage w/ internal access. Sorry no pets. Avail 30/6/13 @ $420 p/wk

I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225


RECEPTION Rhea Penafiel 08 8725 4225

10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier - 011

I RLA 204710

Real Estate Buy Or Sell... See P & L

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $224,900 ED UC000 D , E 4 R $3

OPEN SAT 10.00 - 10.30am

OPULENT FEDERATION VILLA - CIRCA 1890 Superbly presented Federation residence on a magnificent 1533m2 allotment within one of Mount Gambier’s most prestigious streets. Built in 1890, this home has been restored to reflect its former glory, boasting: • 15ft high ornate ceilings & polished timber floors • Impressive ornamental & Marble fireplaces throughout • Brand new kitchen with Smeg appliances • Butler’s pantry with Wine Cellar • 3 large bedroom (master with chandelier) • Dedicated office or 4th bedroom • Ducted under floor gas heating • Enclosed 4 bay garage with security system • Covered patio/bbq area • 2 street accesses from Jardine & Mitchell St

123 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $189,000

OPEN SAT 10.45 - 11.15am

• 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 sep. living arrangements • High clearance carport 4 1 4 plus double stone garage

• 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on huge allotment of 1163m2 • Kitchen/dining with elec cooking & double glass doors to spacious lounge with gas heating • Rear yard access, detached single car garage with power & concrete • In conjunction with 3 1 1 Gebhardts Real Estate

21 Vivienne Avenue, Mount Gambier $365,000

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $294,900 WE NERIC P

OPEN SAT 11.30 - 12.00 Noon

OPEN SAT 12.15 - 12.45pm

• Luxury Living – Exceptional Value • Immaculate 34sq Mt Gambier stone home on 815m2 corner allotment • Adjacent Mt Gambier Hospital & walking distance to the new Marketplace Shopping Centre • Ideal for the professional, 2 2 rental appraisal $350-$370/wk 4

• 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

7 Kywong Court, Mount Gambier $325,000

14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $209,900 WE NERIC P

58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

• Unique chalet style 3BR home set amongst est. gardens on 2017m2 allotment • Well maintained tennis court with o/looking pergola • Rare opportunity to purchase such a large piece of land so close to the city • Phone today for your private 3 1 2 inspection

• 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

• Attention 1st home buyers & investors! • Value packed 3BR home on large allotment with secure 3 car shedding • Huge as new family room with S/C wood heating & r/c a/c, spacious pergola • At the new price of $209,900, this is 1 3 a great chance to enter the market 3

• 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

91 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $170,000

15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $199,000

77 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $169,900

83 Wireless Road West, Mount Gambier $235,000

• 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

• Spacious & affordable family home close to the Mt Gambier Hospital & new Marketplace • BIR’s in all bedrooms, Master bedroom with ensuite • 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 3 2 0 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

• Big home looking for big family! • Neat & tidy double storey home with 5BR, 2 Bath & 2 living areas close to TAFE, school & hospital • Double length carport with rear yard access to a double iron garage • Currently leased @ $230/wk 5 2 3 until 2/07/2013

49 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier

2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000

24 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier $265,000


7 High Street, Mount Gambier $399,000






OPEN SAT 11.15 - 11.45am

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T & S Krieger General Store Millicent Road, Kalangadoo


Exp of Interest

Dubble Bubble - Laundromat

252 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

Double Garage UMR plus colorbond garage & workshop • Fantastic outdoor ent. area




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Low or no electricity & gas bills with solar power 3BR + study brick & tile home in quiet cul-de-sac Blackwood timber kitchen, R/c ducted air conditioning Huge entertaining area, double c/bond garage Rental appraisalup to $240/week




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Prime located commercial property Ideal for offices or consulting rooms 3 air conditioned offices, reception & kitchen areas Corner Allotment adjoining Woolworths complex Good parking at the rear

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Shepherdson Road Store,

Shepherdson Rd, Mount Gambier $75,000 + S.A.V.

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

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

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16 Church Street, Yahl

4 Alie Drive, Compton 4 ES R AC



• Private rural setting on 4 Acres, with solid brick 4BR family home & tennis court • Huge sunken lounge, with glass doors to North facing pergola, raked ceilings, exposed beams & s/c heating • Est trees & gardens surround 2 3 the home with r/water & bore 4

Corriedale Heights 693m2-1236m2 From $92,000 Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat 2.5 Acres $155,000 Lot 2 Mount Percy Rd, Compton 3 Acres $249,500 Lot 51 Buck Rd, Moorak 5 Acres $179,500 Lot 1-6 Kirip Rd, Glencoe 5 - 10 Acres From $65,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 Lot 73 & 74 Holloway St, Donovans $74,000 Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 7 Acres $220,000 Lot 20 Post Office, Mt Schank 13.5 Acres $230,000 297 Chambers Rd, Mt Gambier 55 Acres $380,000 12 Casterton Rd, Mt Gambier 100 Acres $675,000 Lot 2 Old Kalangadoo-Penola Rd 340 Acres $760,000 378 Stephens Rd, Gorae West 550 Acres $3,400/Acre Mumbannar-Wanwin Rd, Mumbannar 135 Acres $158,000 Earls Road, Nelson 144 Acres $341,000 Portland-Nelson Rd, Nelson 251 Acres $690,000

72 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl

Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl


OPEN SUN 12.00 - 12.30pm

QUIET COUNTRY HOME, GREAT SHEDDING Inviting 4 bedroom Mt. Gambier stone home, situated in the quiet township of Yahl. Immaculately presented, the home boasts BIRs in 2 bedrooms, brand new dine-in kitchen with elec cooking, dishwasher & large WI pantry, plus ducted gas heating throughout. Outside features include equipped bore, huge 15m x 7.5m x 3m clearance iron shed with 7.5m x 6m rumpus room. In addition there is high clearance carport 7.5m x 12m adjoining. This lovely country family home is ideal for those looking for extra shedding & only minutes from Mt. Gambier.





OPEN SUN 1.00 - 1.30pm

346 Burnda Road, Compton

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl $460,000

• 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




354 Yahl Main Road, Glenburnie

37 ES R AC



5 5. RES AC


• Enjoy the peace & quiet of country living in the popular township of Yahl • 4BR Mt Gambier stone cottage on a well laid out 4 Acres (approx.) • Town water connected, bitumen road frontage, stone double garage with new 4 1 2 roof, concrete & power

20495 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $294,000 4 ES R AC


148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC


• Character Mt Gambier stone 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

• 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

379 Kromelite Road, Glenburnie

36 Sheathers Road, Caveton

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC



• 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 home with breathtaking views 4 • Once in a lifetime opportunity to4own a 2 fantastic

• 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

• Horse lovers hideaway only 10 mins. from Mt. Gambier on 10 Acres • 3BR/2Bath solid brick home with 2 living areas & dbl garage UMR • Excellent shedding, including 35 x 19m undercover arena with lights 2 6 • In conjunction with Herberts Real Estate 3

1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong

11 Thompson Court, Moorak

117 Wynham Road, Moorak

• 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

• 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

• Immaculate 3BR timber frame home set on picturesque 2.19Ha allotment • Open plan living with r/c a/c, timber kitchen with elec cooking & BI bar, fantastic o/door entertaining • Excellent shedding includes high clearance 7x9.5m, 3bay garage & carport 3 1 6 • 4x 5,000 gall tanks





• 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

• 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 - 013


• 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






Boat Shed & Landing, Nelson $28,000 Lot 71-74 Holloway St, Donovans 1297m2 – 1397m2 From $74,000 Lot 75 Holloway St, Donovans 2 1 2 $239,500 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 5 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay 2 1 3 $195,000 24 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell 2 1 1 $149,000 4 Springs Rd,Pt MacDonnell 2 2 4 $254,000 8 Shellsea Court, Pelican Point 3 1 2 $239,000 10 Saunders Rd, Blackfellows Caves 4 2 2 $325,000 24 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves 3 2 6 $480,000 138 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell 4 2 2 $599,000 7 Sydney Street, Nelson 20 Banksia Street, Nelson

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$550,000 $169,000

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

8 Wallace Street


8 Power Street

14 Houston Drive

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Stunning character home & beautifully renovated - in one of Mount Gambier’s most OPEN desirable locations. SAT Over 1/2 acre - room to play 11.00 - 11.30 or develop - don’t delay!

19280 Riddoch Highway


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$329,500 4.57 Ha (approx)

163 Pelican Point Rd, Pelican Point

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Fantastic views from this Pelican Point home- very well presented inside and out- sold on a walk in, walk out basis.

42 Canavan Road


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A blank canvas awaiting completion - a great opportunity to extend or add your OPEN touch. Fantastic SAT location and loads of 10.15 - 10.45 potential.

208 Vause Road, Wandillo

Exceptional rural living minutes to Mount Gambier’s northern gateway & all the delights of the city – come home to serenity!




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$880,000 swim 26.36HA pool

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

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Great north facing home in excellent area, offers plenty & awaits new owner – value buying!



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Great investment or 1st home with northerly aspects and excellent tenants.



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Exquisite home on low maintenance home on low maintenance flat allotment – fresh, fabulous & funky! ASK THE AGENT ABOUT THE $7,500 CASH BACK INCENTIVE

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


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$210,000 818m2

7 Kaleo Court




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A perfect package and priced to sell - this home has it all. Close proximity to beautiful parklands and a stroll to the shops - don’t hesitate!

32 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay




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A fantastic sea side home – great for a fancy holiday – bring the kids the rods – the fish are bitting!

2 Bodey Street



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Gleaming timber floors, two living areas, close to everything, great flat OPEN allotment. A family SUN home just waiting to 12.00 - 12.30 be yours!

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

List with Gebhardts Experience the difference

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130 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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The perfect family home – quiet cul-de-sac location – close to the hospital and new shopping complex – gorgeous!



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30 Hastings Avenue

12 Higgs Street



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Great family home offering flexible floor plan – rear yard access and located in quiet OPEN cul-de-sac – offers the SUN whole package! 11.15 - 11.45

9 Ellard Street



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Majestic north facing executive family home overlooking a tranquil OPEN reserve – the trophy SUN home! 10.30 - 11.00

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

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17 Gaden Street



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14 Donovans Road, Donovans


22 Pick Avenue



23 Tanglewood Crescent

2 Ivy Place




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Beautifully upgraded throughout – two living areas and outdoor entertaining – a wonderful family home that is sure to impress!


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An inspiring 4 bedroom home in great location – fantastic entertainer inside & out! You won’t find much better than this one!

UNITS Unit 9/69 Hedley Court

3/41 Sutton Avenue

3 Shepherd Street 3x2

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1/48 Wehl Street North

Unit 1-23 Hart Street



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Great investment opportunity offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history – contact agent for further details. 2

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Slow down and relax in this beautiful unit in a superior location


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A beginners winner! Currently leased, good location, a group of only three.

5 Shepherd Street 3x2

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Great investment opportunity offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history – contact agent for further details. - 014

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A great investment or central inner city unit – walk to shops – restaurants & parkland – currently leased. 2



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A fantastic spacious & as new townhouse within the city centre – stroll to the coffee shop & beautiful Vansittart Park!

Unit 2/23 Hart Street 1

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Walk to the shops, resturants & parks – a popular inner city location – a great investment or home.

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246 RLA 1903


Ph 08 8724 8088


9 McDonald Street


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Character home with plenty to offer with versatile floor plan, outside entertaining and quiet tree lined OPEN residential location. Expect to be SAT impressed with this unique offering. 9.30 - 10.00

12 Ellwood Court



4 Francis Street


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An inner city gem with a renovated and established country feel - lovingly upgraded throughout - huge outdoor entertaining and great shedding.


2 - 4 Tawarri Crescent

3/268 Commercial Street West

2/8 Boomerang Avenue

$110.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Open plan kitchen/ lounge with electric cooking • Bathroom/ toilet • Separate laundry • No Pets • Available 7/6

3/184 Jubilee Highway West

$210.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Main with built in robes • Kitchen/dine/living area with electric cooking, dishwasher & gas heating • Bathroom with bath • Recently refurbished • Garage umr • Fully enclosed yard • No Pets • Available 24/6

1 Cherokee Court


1 Haddy Street

$220.00 pw 4

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A modern master piece in desirable Saint Martin’s precinct open family living entertaining with a wonderful outlook - you won’t be disappointed.

82 Bertha Street



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A private and established setting - full of birdlife - elevated views - on the edge of the Blue Lake. This is a real family home - a perfect lifestyel!


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A spacious home with much to offer a growing family. Lovely renovated bathroom and two living areas - close to school!


30 Dulkara Avenue


• New 2 bedroom homette • Main with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine/living with elec & gas cooking, dishwasher & r/c air conditioner • Single garage umr with internal access • Fully enclosed courtyard with u/c pergola area • No Pets • Available 3/6

92 Gray Street

$280.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • All with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine/family/casual dine with elec cooking & gas wall furnace • Formal lounge • U/c patio area • Double garage umr with internal access • Fully enclosed rear yard • Great outlook over reserve • No Pets • Available Now

29 Eldridge Drive


22 Tumut Drive

$300.00 pw


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A central character cottage in a fantastic location - close proximity to Reidy Park School - city centre and beautiful Blue Lake!

373 Cafpirco Road, Compton


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An affordable opportunity in popular location – great for a family or investor – great value!


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Perfect start for the first home buyer or those sizing down - picture perfect and exceptional shedding - a fantastic entertaining area, bonus study - inspect immediately! - you have been warned!

84 Buchanan Road, Worrolong

• 5 bedroom home • Four with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Formal lounge with gas log fire • Family room with sc wood heater • Office/Study • Small sitting room • U/c decked area • Single garage umr with internal access • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets neg • Available 15/7

14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell

$400.00 pw • 4 bedroom home on one acre of land • Main with ensuite & WI Robe • All others have BI Robes • Open living kitchen/dine/family with ducted r/c elec heating, dishwasher, gas & elec cooking • Theatre room • Office/ Cellar • Double garage umr with internal access & detached double garage • U/c patio area • Pets Neg • Available 6/6

68 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell

212 Fern Road, Mil-Lel

$145.00 pw

OFFERS OVER $420,000 3

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20 Acres water Approx licence

Lovely character home offering beautiful rural views only minutes from the city. An opportunity exists to continue with the existing horticultural production - see agent for further details.

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Dolomite fronted home on approximately 20 acres – ideal for horse training or agistment. Very well planned and presented property – inspection a must!



13.03Ha (32 Acres Approx)


An exceptional opportunity to own & operate the luxurious and successful ‘The Body Retreat’


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$720,000 16.94Ha Approx

This beautiful country property a short drive to the city is everything you have dreamed of – inspect to appreciate all that is on offer!

Lot 5 Pascoe Rd, Port MacDonnell

$395,000 a

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Potential subdivisional land (STCC) Ultimate beachfront block of – lovely block with cattle yards 791m2 (approx) – breathtaking & crush – some established wind views and so much potential! breaks

2 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell

The Body Retreat business

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Lot 55 Geraldine St, Allendale East

$95,000 a

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Build your dream & live your dream on 3.3 acres at Allendale or subdivide (S.T.C.C) - 015

• 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

RENTALS - UNITS • 3/268 Commercial St West $110.00 pw • 1/1 Millard Street $150.00 pw • 1/84 Bay Road $155.00 pw • 2/46 Derrington Street $160.00 pw • 7/69 Bay Road $175.00 pw • 4/1 Daniel Street $180.00 pw • 2/8 Boomerang Avenue $210.00 pw • 2/56 Brownes Road $210.00 pw • 1/2a Arbor Street $210.00 pw • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West $220.00 pw • 0002/3 Lake Tce West $255.00 pw • 2a Bond Street $320.00 pw

RENTALS - COMMERCIAL • Harrold Street • Cnr James Street and Bay Road • Law Street • 96 Commercial Street East • 165-167 Commercial Street East

$180.00 pw • 3 bedroom weatherboard home • Open living kitchen/dine/family with elec cooking & r/c air conditioner • Double garage detached • Property is on the market for sale • Presented as neat as a pin • Pets Neg • Available Now

RENTALS - HOMES • 14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell • 68 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell • 33 Peake Street • 82 Bertha Street • 2 Powell Street • 9 Eustace Street • 1 Cherokee Court • 3 Twila Grove • 92 Gray Street • 12 Higgs Street • 3 Helpmann Avenue • 7 Navajo Drive • 2 Lumidin Boulevard • 29 Eldridge Drive

$145.00 pw $180.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $280.00 pw $280.00 pw $290.00 pw $300.00 pw $310.00 pw $320.00 pw $320.00 pw $320.00 pw $400.00 pw

• 46 Commercial Street West • 9 Ramsay Avenue • 30 Commercial Street West • 30 Commercial St West • 5 Allan Drive

Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027 OPEN SAT 12.00 - 12.30pm







• Stone ex Trust home in great South East loca on • Beau fully upgraded offering 3 bedrooms • Lounge with feature gas heater • Stunning kitchen/dining with loads of cupboards • Centrally located bathroom • Roomy rear yard with pet hutch • Detached garage with remote control door

• Perfect for the ac ve 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 condi oning

PRICED AT $179,500

PRICED AT $285,000


• 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 Mar n’s school and McDonald Park Primary.




• Three bedroom brick & le home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas hea ng & air condi oner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear pa o & private rear yard with gazebo PRICED AT $247,000






• Solid three bedroom home e high on the hill • Excellent flow and vision to the new ‘Woolies’ development • All bedrooms with BI Robes • North facing kitchen and living • Modern hostess kitchen with open plan dining & lounge • Private enclosed rear yard with detached lock up garage • Well presented spacious home e in a well regarded group

• 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

PRICED AT $209,000

NEW PRICE $242,500



• Modern kitchen with BI dishwasher and casual dining • Formal L shaped lounge/dining with gas hea ng • Drive through garage UMR • Currently tenanted and extremely well presented




Chris & Mary’s Fish & Chips BUSINESS • An iconic local business with current owners for over 23 years wishing to re re • Open 6 days per week supplying the best takeaway fish n chips and Yiros’ in town • Ideal husband and wife or partnership opera on • Main street loca on with easy parking • Consistent healthy profit figures with a steady growth pa ern • Some vendor finance may be available to approved purchasers PRICED AT $80,000

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Casterton artist Patricia O’Connell (pictured right with her winning entry) has taken out the prestigious John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize. The announcement of the winner is the traditional opening event of the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival and the winner was revealed at last Thursday’s exhibition opening. The $5000 art prize is sponsored by The Balnaves Foundation and named after the Penola born poet and the 2013 John Shaw Nielson Acquisitive Art Prize was judged by Lisa Slade, of the South Australian Art Gallery and Riddoch Art Gallery’s new gallery director Simon Close. O’Connell’s piece was described as “having a strong distinct harshness of the Australian landscape”. “John Shaw Nielson would have enjoyed it,” Lisa Slade said. “Since the ancients poets have responded to paintings, the John Shaw Nielson Prize offers a rare reversal of this principle.

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square dancing opportunity PINE CITY TWIRLERS Pine City Twirlers are a local square dance group which meets every Friday night at the Anglican Hall Bay Road at 7.30pm. New faces are always welcome. If you would like more information please ring Roger Menzel on (08) 8725 6364 or Heather Telford on 0405 107 524.

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Virgo You won’t win any popularity contests but you need to start demanding more discipline from your work colleagues. You might have to rule with an iron fist for a while to get the best out of people. Libra There is a family fued on the horizon and you will not be able to sit on the fence forever - you will have to pick a side. Given diplomacy is your modus operandi this will be tough but sometimes you have to take a stand and sometimes you have to stand up for people being unfairly treated. Scorpio Tread carefully around a colleague - this might not be the time for blunt home truths. Patience will be a key virtue this week at work and at home so brace yourself for some testing times. Sagittarius Attention to detail and transparency will be the key this week at work - make sure everything you do is above reproach. Do not be lured into doing something that is not completely above board - even if the request comes from a superior. Capricorn You are desperate to get a close family member to see your point of view and change theirs but it is never going to happen and it’s not worth the grief it could cause to continue that campaign. Sometimes you have to accept the decision of others, even if it seems completely wrong in your eyes. Aquarius Try and avoid getting embroiled in office gossip and behind-the-scenes politics - it never ends well. You will be faced with the opportunity to do something unethical but potentially rewarding - don’t.

LOCAL Accoalde The creative talents of Mount Gambier’s Meghan Lynch continue to earn her praise with her work handpicked by the Minister for Education and Child Development Jennifer Rankine, to go on display outside her office for the next 12 months. The former Tenison Woods College student has already received significant acclaim with her artwork, created as part of her Year 12 Visual Art subject last year, being selected to go on show in the recent SACE Art Show. The Art Show ran for five weeks at Light Square Gallery and is one of the SACE Board’s biggest annual events. About 150 art and design works were shown, ranging from traditional

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painting and drawing to innovative multimedia pieces. Following the exhibition a number of students were invited to lend their work for a year to be displayed at either the SACE Board office, office of the Teachers’ Registration Board, the AEU office or the Department for Education and Child Development. Meghan’s artwork was one of 13 selected by the Minister from the SACE Art Show. SACE Board Chief Executive Dr Paul Kilvert said the Art Show demonstrated the inventiveness and imagination of students from metropolitan and regional schools across the three school sectors. “In its 31 years, the SACE Art Show has displayed works

from senior secondary students including many who have become leading lights in art and design in South Australia and around the world,” he said. “Many of the talented and hard-working students exhibiting in 2013 will go on to have successful careers as artists, designers, and creative practitioners in a range of fields.” Tenison Woods College art teacher Jane Van Eeten said it was a real honour for Meghan’s work to be selected. Meghan’s painting ‘Not such a Still Life’ is a diptych that developed an exploration into the tradition of still life painting. She then used Still Life as a metaphor for personal identity. “It is comprised of two panels,” Mrs Van Eeten said. “The first is a composite of books that reflect who Meg is, painted on canvas.” She said the second panel was made from book spines, some foraged from a deceased estate and some from second hand book stalls. The bookshelves were then stained to look like the real thing. In another touch of

realism, she then took the signatures of the owners of the books and drew them onto the shelf as an homage. “We are

extremely excited and proud of Meghan,” Mrs Van Eeten said. “Her works are remarkable and she is to be congratulated on her achievement.”

Below - Minister Jennifer Rankine with Meghan’s work hanging outside her ministerial office.






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LOCAL Scholarship Abbey MarstonKleemann, from Grant High School was one of 12 regional teachers selected, out

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Scholarship held earlier this month. The Regional Teacher Scholarship gives 12 teachers the

opportunity to travel to Bell Shakespeare headquarters in Sydney for an intensive four days of tailored professional learning. It’s a chance to hone their drama and english teaching skills, learn innovative techniques for teaching Shakespeare and see live theatre. It’s also a perfect opportunity to build lasting networks with other teachers in regional and remote areas. All teachers’ travel, accommodation and professional learning expenses were covered. This scholarship was made possible by the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation


Abbey was privileged to meet John Bell, one of the founders of Bell Shakespeare, and found it a rewarding, inspirational opportunity and has

returned with many great ideas that she will now be incorporating into the Year 12 production Cosi and Grant High School Musical Xanadu.

Above - Bell Shakespeare resident teaching Artist, Paul Reichstein with Grant High School teacher Abbey MarstonKleemann.

The next South East Art Society members’ exhibition is to be held in the Cathleen Edkins Gallery in the Main Corner complex is “Fantastical”. The exhibition will be on show from Saturday, June 1 until Sunday, June 23. With such a theme there is

plenty of scope for the imagination- surreal, fantasy, myths, legends, fairy tales and even exploring inkblots or monoprints. No doubt there will be dragons, unicorns, extraterrestrials, aliens, gargoyles and other strange creatures and landscapes. The exhibition opening will be this Friday at 6pm, to which everyone is invited. The exhibition prize winners will be announced at the opening. Drinks and nibbles will be available. To add some fun to the fantastical nature of the night patrons are invited to dress up or at least wear a fantastic hat or fascinator. More than 40 entries have been submitted and most works are for sale so there is also the opportunity to take home something fantastical.

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Above - South East Art Society president Julianne Woodruff (left) receiving an entry from artist Renee Everlyn.

LOCAL Record With a record price tag of $12,000 hanging off his collar, the pressure will be on when Tom the kelpie returns to Casterton next month. Last year Tom set a record at the Casterton Working Dog Auction when Tasmanianbased trainer Matthew Johnson sold him for $12,000 to Paul and Jean Weeding from the Okehampton merino stud in Tasmania. This year Tom will return to compete in RMA Working Dog Auction Futurity as part of the Clark Rubber Australian Working Dog

festival highlight OPEN NOW La Rosa LOCAL IMAGES, PENOLA Roses delight the world over in a variety of colours, shapes and fragrances. ‘La Rosa’ is a joint exhibition by local artists Benedetta Rusconi, photojournalist and Lois Hodge, watercolourist. Each artist, using different mediums, will feature classic, new and unique roses grown throughout the Limestone Coast and promises to be a versatile and stunning exhibition. The exhibition opening will be on Friday, May 24, from 5pm with the official opening by well known local and rose enthusiast, Doug Balnaves at 5.30pm.

breaking kelpie returns Muster at Casterton over the Queen’s birthday long weekend. Tom, who recently reunited with his former owner and trainer for a display at Tasmania’s Ag Fest, admitted there will be more pressure on this year for Tom to perform well. “Tom won the trial the day before last year’s auction but there will be more pressure this year. I haven’t seen him for 10 months but he’s still looking very good,” Mr Johnson said. The new owners have nominated Mr Johnson, who also manages the

Hagley Farm School in Tasmania, to work Tom again this year in the $8000 trial at Casterton. And he is confident the red male kelpie will give it his best shot. “He’s a real brainy farm dog,” Mr Johnson said. “He’s just a brilliant all-rounder. He thrives on work and is very tough.” Mr Johnson said the new owners were pleased with their purchase. “Paul rates him as one of the best dog he’s had and says he has made his life much easier,” they said. “They had bought a dog from me

about seven years earlier and wanted another,” Mr Johnson said. “I said I had a really good one coming at in the auction at Casterton so they came and had a look and were impressed and then went to Casterton and bid - he was a good buy.” The $12,000 sale price eclipsed the previous record of $9000 set in 2011 and passed a $10,750 sale set earlier in the day in 2012. The Weedings are also planning to visit Casterton again this year. Mr Johnson sold eight dogs from his Pandara Kelpie Stud on the first morning of the three-day Ag Fest. “It’s a great hobby for Margie and myself,” he said. People travel from across Australia to buy and sell their dogs in what is recognised as the premier working dog auction in the country.The 2013 Kelpie Muster is on June 8 and 9 at Casterton and will feature the RMA working dog vendor trial, street parade, the kelpie dash, novelty

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Below - Matthew and Margie Johnson, and children Sophie and Dylan with Tom at the recent AgFest in Tasmania.

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Bordertown Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre Our Mob is a state-wide exhibition of South Australian Indigenous art that celebrates the power of creative collaboration across regional boundaries and between arts organisations. Our Mob 2012: on tour has been specially curated to tour through regional South Australia including at the Civic Centre Walkway Gallery in Bordertown, from June 8 to 30. Our Mob engages the public with reconciliation and intercultural understanding; a multi-faceted project with a visual art exhibition at its core. Every place has a story, and Our Mob allows South Australia’s Indigenous artists to create visual expressions of their own narratives in a collective display. Country Arts SA is proud to have supported Our Mob since its inception by the Adelaide Festival Centre in 2006. The ever evolving exhibition tours biannually throughout regional South Australia with Country Arts SA’s Visual Art Touring Program. This year’s

LOCAL Energy Southern Grampians Shire Council chief executive officer Richard Perry launched the Southern Grampians Energy Management Demonstration Project at the Hamilton Library last Thursday. The project was funded by a grant from the Victorian State Government through the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) Local Sustainability Accord which is now called the Victorian Adaptation and Sustainability Partnership. Through the $45,000 received as part of the grant, council was able to implement some of the actions recommended in energy audits carried out previously in 2009. The aim of the project was to demonstrate energy savings through new technology, applicable to public and community buildings as well as residential and business premises. Projects that were completed as part of the project included: •Penshurst Caravan Park – replacement of two old electric storage hot water systems with an evacuated tube solar hot water system which is very efficient, even at low temperatures and the installation of low flow shower heads to reduce the amount

exhibition features works of art by established, emerging and lesser-known South Australian Indigenous artists from regional and remote areas including painting, illustration, and wood-carvings from Iwantja Arts and Crafts, Tjutjuna (Ceduna) Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre, Ngura Wiru Winkiku Aboriginal Corporation, the Riverlands and metropolitan Adelaide. Our Mob has been a catalyst for the professional development of Aboriginal artists state-wide, giving them an opportunity to share their stories with each other and take home new perspectives on their work. The success of the exhibition is dependent on the partnerships between the initiator of the project the Adelaide Festival Centre and Ananguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation, as well as Country Arts SA Arts Officers, Tandanya, and regional and remote community art centre


managers. Our Mob will also show in Mount Gambier, Naracoorte and Millicent during the year.

Being earth-friendly doesn’t require going solar or growing all your own food. There are plenty of easy ways to make a big difference. When it comes to the environment, being a good global citizen starts at your doorstep. From recycling to using alternative cleaning materials, minor

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changes at home can add up to real benefits for the planet, not to mention your own health and happiness. It may be a cliché, but the best way to be earth-friendly is to cut down on what you consume and recycle whenever you can. Green up your appliances Getting rid of that old refrigerator in the

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South East touring schedule June 8 - 30 Walkway Gallery Bordertown July 13 - September 8 Riddoch Art Gallery Mount Gambier October 2 - 31 Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery November 9 -December 5 Millicent Gallery Above - A work by Josephine Lennon entitled Punu.

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OPEN 7 DAYS of hot water being used at the park. •Hamilton Visitor Information Centre – replacement of 70 halogen downlights with LED downlights and the replacement of traditional fluorescent tubes with LED tubes. A 3kw solar photovoltaic system was also installed on the roof of the Centre. These actions have led to a large reduction in Centre’s electricity bill. •Hamilton Library – replacement of 168 halogen downlights with LED downlights and replacement of traditional fluorescent tubes with T5 tubes. These improvements have not only saved electricity, but also increased the brightness of lighting in the Library. Solar film was also added to the front windows of the Library to reduce the amount of heat entering the room on hot days, which also prevents the fading of books. These projects are important to

both council and the local community and show that by reducing carbon emissions both businesses and residents can save money on their utilities bills. Southern Grampians Shire Council sustainability coordinator, Kylie McIntyre said, council would like to thank the Victorian State Government for this funding that has allowed these projects to be completed. “The improvements demonstrate to the community how easily minor changes can be made to improve a home or businesses energy use, which both reduces energy costs and our impact on the environment.” Above - Southern Grampians Shire Council CEO Richard Perry, council sustainability coordinator Kylie McIntyre and Victorian Adaptation and Sustainability Partnership representative Pat Shaw. - 022

a year. Appliance use comprises about 18% of a typical home’s total energy bill, with the fridge being one of the biggest energy hogs. If any of your appliances is more than 10 years old, try and replace them with energy-efficient models. Watch the temperature Almost half a home’s energy consumption is due to heating and cooling. Turn down the thermostat in cold weather and keep it higher in warm weather. Each degree below 20°C during colder weather saves 3-5% more heating energy. Use ceiling fans instead of air conditioners. Save water Install a low-flow toilet. Use a broom instead of the garden hose to clean your driveway. Clean green Stop buying household cleaners that are potentially toxic to both you and the environment. Read labels for specific, eco-friendly ingredients that also perform effectively. Or, skip buying altogether and make your own cleaning products. Use simple ingredients such as plain soap, water, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), vinegar, washing soda (sodium carbonate), lemon juice and borax and save money at the same time.


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Red Cross worker honoured

Raelene Monger has felt at home at Mount Gambier’s Red Cross office ever since stepping through the door six years ago for her job interview. While she waited nervously for her chance to impress, she talked with the volunteers in the office and immediately felt at ease and impressed with just what the hard working Red Cross devotees achieve. Raelene secured the position as transport support

officer and now looks after 115 volunteers in that department alone across the Limestone Coast. She also volunteers herself, in both the transport program and the Telecross service. Last Thursday her efforts were recognised with a South Australian Staff Merit Award, which was presented by Red Cross acting executive director South Australian Helen Farinola. Raelene was nominated by

long time volunteer Ross Parkinson and he was on hand to emcee the presentation that was attended around 30 staff and volunteers. Raelene has overseen 220,000 kilometres of assisted travel through the Red Cross transport program in this region for around 800 clients. The transport program is part of the social inclusion sector of Red Cross services as it helps the elderly and isolated

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get to medical and social appointments throughout the region. When Raelene was told of the impending award presentation she was basically shocked. “I was taken back really - this doesn’t normally happen to me,” she said. Raelene remembers just how she pitched herself to the panel who conducted her second interview before gaining the position. “I told them I might not have all the skills required but I might be the person you want,” she said. “I’ve always believed you can teach the skills but you can’t change the person.” And that’s exactly how things have panned out as she has grown into the role and endeared herself with colleagues, volunteers and clients alike. “Right throughout, your (the staff and volunteers) support has enabled me to grow my administration and personal management skills but more importantly as a person,” Raelene

said. The citation that accompanied the award presentation praised among other things, her commitment to Red Cross values. “Raelene exemplifies the principles and practice of Red Cross,” the citation read. “In her words and in her deeds, she embraces many of the Red Cross fundamental principles including humanity, impartiality, neutrality, voluntary service and unity.” Her strong relationship with the volunteers was also highlighted. “Raelene is a natural leader who inspires the volunteer work force to achieve Red Cross objectives and in doing so ensure a reputation for quality of service delivery,” the citation read. Left - Ross Parkinson, board representative Libby Furner, award recipient Raelene Monger and Red Cross acting executive director South Australia Helen Farinola.

business awards handed out

Southern Grampians Shire Council is pleased to announce the winners from the 2013 Iluka Resources Southern Grampians Shire Inclusive Business Awards. The awards were presented last Tuesday during a Gala Function at the Hamilton Golf Club. The 2013 Awards were proudly supported by Iluka Resources, Southern Grampians Shire Council, Western District Employment Access, the Rural Access Program, the ACE Radio Network and the Hamilton Spectator. The winners of the 2013 Iluka Resources Southern Grampians

Shire Inclusive Business Awards are: Physical Access Winner: Trotters Coaches Judges Award: Toyworld and Pitstop Café Inclusive Customer Service Winner: Taxis of Hamilton Judges Award: Dog on George, The Blue Malt and Scoresby Street Milk Bar Micro Business Winner: Fringe Benefits Judges Award: Karesh Community Participation Winner: Hamilton Bowling Club Highly Commended: Hamilton Boccia Club Judges Award: Greater Hamilton Archers Community Enterprise Winner: Vinnies Highly Commended: Southern Grampians Adult Education Employer of the Year Winner: Alexandra House Judges Award: Hamilton Furnishing Co and Fishers IGA Employee of the Year Winner: Veronica Purcell - Glenn Howell Optometrist and Homeflair Hamilton Inclusive Business of the Year Winner: Vinnies Above - 2013 Employee of the Year, Veronica Purcell from Glenn Howell Optometrist and Homeflair Hamilton is presented with her award by Dean Menzel, from Iluka Resources, at the 2013 Iluka Resources Southern Grampians Shire Inclusive Business Awards. - 024

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Millicent Stockfeed & Saddlery

With more than three decades of experience in the industry, working in florists from Naracoorte to Mount Gambier. Margie then left Floral Edge to pursue her dream of having her own business. Margie White has built a reputation in this region and now that she’s settled in Tantanoola, her Millicent business is the place to go for all your flower needs. Margie prides herself on attention to detail and making every arrangement or bouquet a work of art. She can send arrangements nationwide and internationally and is constantly sourcing the latest trends in floristry and giftware, which she also stocks at her Millicent store, including jewellery, body and bath products, baby gifts, soy candles, decorating ideas, vases, edible blooms, children’s vintage clothing, wall art, wedding gifts and charms. Margie can send flowers from Kingston right through to Mount Gambier and she offers a consulting service for home and business to advise just what sort of arrangements will suit your space. Weddings are Margie’s speciality and booking early is essential. Budz is also the sole stockist in Millicent of Dickins Delight Toffees and a new line of rocky road.

Lisa McCourt took over Heaven On A Hanger almost nine years ago after clothing shops in MIllicent were disappearing. Lisa believed it was important for Millicent to still have a local presence. She has developed her boutique Heaven On A Hanger into a one stop shop for all your ladies fashion needs. From lingerie to casual wear, after five and race wear and with a huge range of hats, fascinators, gloves, scarves, bags and jewellery, with many brands including Jump, Fields Knitwear, R-J Wear, Hess, Orientique, Vivid, Jendi, Kita-Ku, Teaberry, Filo, AJoy, White Closet, Imprint, Gabriela Frattini, Cafe Late, Berlei Bras and Voodoo pantyhose. Heaven On A Hanger can dress you for any occasion. Fashion at the moment is beautiful for every body shape and its great fun finding the style to suit our customers. Lisa and her team pride themselves on their personal service.

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Phil and Karen Olsson love horses. They grew up around them and so two years ago they channeled that passion into a business, purchasing Millicent Stockfeed & Saddlery and spending their days doing what they love best - spending time with the local equestrian community. Millicent Stockfeed & Saddlery stocks safety footwear and clothing, EMU sheepskin products, Thomas Cook boots and clothing, RM Williams lines, pet care products and camping gear, as well as stockfeed and saddlery. “We pride ourselves on our variety,” Karen said. “A lot of men love coming into the Rendelsham Road store because they view it as a man cave.” The couple is determined to continue to grow and improve the business, which boasts two locations - the Rendelsham Road store and the Glen Street premises, knowing that this is just the beginning. “We have made a good start but we still have a way to go,” Karen said. “We just love meeting people and having the stores means we can do that all day, talking about things we absolutely love.”

75 George Street, Millicent Phone: (08) 8733 5090

24 George Street, Millicent Phone: (08)8733 2512

6 Rendelsham Road & 5 Glen Street Phone: (08)8733 1389

The Salon Hair Designers


Bullfrogs Cafe, Bar & Grill

Joyanne Brown has been in the hair and beauty industry for almost four decades and loves her profession as much today as when she first started. “Being able to transform clients’ hair with a great cut and colour or upstyle or whatever they are after is a real pleasure for me,” Joyanne said. The Salon Hair Designers is now set up to cater for all clients’ needs from any hair styles to gel nails, from spray tans to make-up and from facials to massage, including hot stone massage. The Salon’s latest addition to its services is the Silk range of skincare, make-up and haircare. It’s an Australian made and owned product as are all The Salon’s range of retail products including Davroe and De Lorenzo. “I like to use these ranges as they are chemical free which most clients like to use to keep healthy,” Joyanne said. “I have fantastic staff who are keen and willing to learn and train to be the best at all aspects of hair and beauty.”

With almost three decades of experience in the industry, you need look no further than Elec-Air in Millicent and Mount Gambier to provide air conditioning and electrical solutions for residential and commercial premises. Elec-Air supply and install and service and maintain air conditioning and electrical systems and can service all types and brands of whitegoods. Quentin, who is a qualified electrician, decided to start up his own business and what started as a home based operation has since had homes at the rear of Georgesen’s Electrical before moving to Ridge Terrace. The Mount Gambier outlet was opened two years ago. The Elec-Air team is committed to continuing to provide quality service for its customers as well as keeping up with the latest technology in cooling and heating.

86 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 3230

12 Ridge Terrace, Millicent Phone (08) 8733 4633 319 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier Phone (08) 8723 4047 - 025

Amanda Johnston is in her second year at the helm of Bullfrogs Cafe, Bar & Grill. Open six days a week for lunch, dinner and coffee and cake, Bullfrogs is also a cocktail bar and the perfect location for your next function, with event planning all part of the service. Amanda prides herself on quality, affordable meals, friendly, knowledgeable staff and a dedication to working closely with local suppliers. Bullfrogs offers a modern Australian menu which includes steak, chicken, pasta and seafood, inspired by Amanda’s Mediterranean travels. Matching people’s food with the local wine list on offer is all part of the service. Amanda fell in love with the heritage feel and warmth of the old building, which is part of the Oatmill complex. Developing relationships with regular customers and meeting new ones, is what Amanda loves about the industry, as well as the opportunity to deliver quality food and wine to everyone who dines there. “It’s all about people leaving with a smile on their face,” Amanda said.

7 Percy Street, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8723 3933

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Wattle Range Funerals


Elders Millicent

Wattle Range Funerals has been operating in Millicent since the 1930s - it was a family business then just as it is a family business now. In fact, it has only been in the hands of three families in its eighty year history - the Giddings, the Heslops and now the Bennetts. Mark and Kerryn are all about taking the stress out of organising your loved one’s funeral, and are experienced at dealing with families at one of the most difficult times of their lives. They offer their services throughout the South East and are experienced in helping families say goodbye to their loved one in the manner they always hoped. Kerryn had a background in the industry in Adelaide and when an opportunity came up for this local girl to return home and buy Wattle Range Funerals in 2006, the timing just seemed right. After working at a school dentist and a medical clinic, Kerryn spent time training at both White Ladies and Harrison Funerals. Mark, who has always been in the people care business, left his supervisor role at Bedford Industries and with their three children in tow, they returned to Millicent. Mark has also worked from Masonic Homes in a retirement village/hostel and has studied counselling through TAFE. Wattle Range Funerals offers 24 hour a day, seven day a week service which specialises in creating tailor made funerals. They

offer pre-paid and pre-arranged funerals, as well as religious and non-religious burials or cremations. Kerryn is Wattle Range Funerals’ qualified mortician and they also have two celebrants on staff, that work closely with the families during the planning of the funeral. “We are always dealing with people in their time of grief,” Kerryn said. “We are the person the family has put their trust in so they can say goodbye to a loved one in the manner they wanted.” That’s a responsibility Mark and Kerryn and their team take seriously and given that word of mouth is their best marketing, it is clear they are doing something right. “We will continue to expand our business being ever so careful not to lose that personal, caring touch,” Kerryn said. “We are proud of our reputation and that word of mouth recommendations have been a big part of our growth.” Wattle Range Funerals do not charge transfer fees for anyone within a 110 kilometre radius. “We believe the South East is one big community,” Kerryn said.

Gary Glasson is the branch manager and livestock production adviser for Elders Millicent. From residential and rural real estate to livestock, from insurance to banking, from wool to grain, from financial planning to agronomy and from animal health tp general merchandise, Elders Millicent offers an extensive range of services for both the farming and non-farming sector. Gary has been with Elders for eight years and at the helm of Elders Millicent for 10 months and brings with him three decades of experience in the agriculture sector. For Gary, it’s the daily contact with clients that he loves most about his job, with his passion being the animal health and nutrition side of running a property. “The move to Elders seemed a natural progression after 30 years working in agriculture,” Gary said. “Now I just want to build a staff of local people, offering superior service and advice across all product areas.”

17 Short Street, Millicent Phone: (08) 8733 2067

Cnr Glen Street & Railway Terrace, Millicent Phone: (08)8733 2099/0417 864 320 Email:

Blue Lake Printworks

Hartwig’s Country Classics

Millicent Windows & Doors

Mount Gambier photographer Kelvin Ruge has been capturing everything that makes the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria special for more than 20 years. Known for his mesmerising landscapes and sporting action photography, Kelvin not only takes the photos, he can package them in a variety of ways to help preserve your memories forever. Best known for his wide range of premiership memorabilia, including stubby holders, posters, mouse mats and t-shirts, Kelvin also offers acrylic photo blocks and frames which are the latest, stylish way to display your most precious moments. Blue Lake Printworks also provide business solutions including business cards, brochures and promotional material. Kelvin can reproduce his images or photos of your own to mugs, magnets and other merchandise, as well as his range of framing options, including the acrylic photo blocks and slate plaques. corporate stationery.

Hartwig’s Country Classics was established by Ashley and Gwenyth Hartwig in 1991. Robyn Laube was part of the early days, working there with the her parents Ashley & Gwenyth Hartwig. Eight and a half years ago, Robyn took up the opportunity to own the business and continue the, now more than two decade history of the store. Hartwig’s Country Classics are specialists in measuring, making and installing a full range of window and patio coverings with the majority of their products made on site. It has always been about creating a quality product to meet the customers’ needs and that is Robyn’s philosophy as much today as it was back in 1991. “Most people have an idea of what they want so we do our best to help them achieve that,” she said. Robyn also has a passion for creating custom made products at an affordable price. Hartwig’s offers a full range of curtains, indoor and outdoor blinds, awnings and roller shutters, as well as a range of wallpaper and fantastic wall murals. Wallpaper and wall murals are 25 percent off during June.

93 Commercial Street West (opp. Commercial Hotel) Phone: (08) 8725 9198.

3 Elizabeth Street, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8723 0719

Millicent Windows & Doors have been part of the Millicent building industry landscape since 1996. It’s a far cry from Andy’s original trade, which was a butcher. But after working around Australia on maintenance jobs and eventually ending up at Kimberly-Clark, Andy decided to take the opportunity to own his own business, which he had always wanted to do. New View Windows came on the market and so Andy and Helen embarked on the venture side by side. Helen has become the face of Millicent Windows & Doors as a jack of all trades including accounts and reception. When its current more central location became available the couple jumped at the chance to move to a more prominent position. Millicent Windows & Doors take on any job, from a small residential repair to major commercial projects and they cover the entire Limestone Coast. Servicing and replacing windows, shower screens, security doors and screens, internal and external blinds, roller shutters, mirrors, sliding warbrobe doors, glass reglazes and lock repairs are all part of the services on offer. Proud to sponsor a number of community groups and organisations, Helen and Andy pride themselves on superior customer service and satisfaction and are committed to continuing to serve the community and do the best job they can. 2 Davenport Street, Millicent Phone: (08) 8733 3000 Additional line for open hours if required - 026

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Shiralea Pet Resort

Creatively Sewn

Wild Ginger Thai

Lynne’s passion for animals, started as a child. Circumstances led her on a different career in administration and marketing. Thirteen years ago she finally realised her dream to develope a specialist boarding facility for all family pets. Lynne applied her skills and knowledge in animal husbandry, including breeding/exhibiting quality Miniature Pinschers, to create the council accredited facility of Shiralea Pet Resort. Lynne’s professionalism gives your pet a safe, secure holiday, with individual private enclosures, exercise area, private bedrooms, toys, of course, fresh food and water daily. Owners are safe in the knowledge that their pets are getting the best care available. Pets are given individual attention throughout the day in a quiet, well maintained country setting. Inspections welcome any time; however an appointment is preferred to ensure sufficient time to discuss you and your pet’s needs. Also on site a fully self-contained pet friendly Bed & Breakfast.

Kerry Hurst discovered her passion for textiles at the knee of her mother who was a keen, accomplished seamstress, creating her own clothes. Kerry went on to coordinate the TAFE SA clothing, textiles and footwear program during the 1990s, as well as stints at the Riddoch Art Gallery and as an administrator for Flinders University. In 2011 she became a business owner, offering fabrics, patterns, haberdashery, Pfaff sewing machines, Baby Lock overlockers and also offering sewing lessons. Teaching others to sew is Kerry’s passion and speciality. From cutting out and preparing the pattern, to marking, sewing and finishing techniques, Kerry will teach even the most challenging projects like debutante and wedding dresses, as well as quilting. Anyone can sew and Kerry can show you how.

In 2008, when Wild Ginger first opened its doors, it was the new kid on the block. But five years later, head chef and owner Bee Ketphong and her team have established a reputation for authentic, fine Thai cuisine that has made Wild Ginger one of Mount Gambier’s most popular eating destinations for both lunch and dinner. Wild Ginger is all about traditional Thai cooking and Bee and sous chef Ju are committed to using fresh, local produce to create authentic Thai dishes, ranging from the mild dishes, to those that are packed with spicy flavours. Treat yourself to the chef’s specials, including five spice pork with quail eggs, pad char seafood, beef rendang with roti or the hugely popular crispy skin barramundi topped with curry flavours. And if you want Bee to reveal some of her secrets then try and attend one of her cooking classes. Bee is involved with Live-In Kitchens in store cooking evenings as well as the Sage Cooking School. “My goal is simple - to have every guest leave Wild Ginger happy,” Bee said. “I love cooking and the important thing it that our customers are really enjoying the dishes we create.”

109 Kingsley Road, Allendale East Phone: (08) 8738 7287 or 0417 387 287.

1 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 4933

17 Commercial Street West, Munt Gambier Phone: (08) 8723 6264

Engelbrecht Cave

South East Pets

Clockwise Jewellers

John and Sue Douglas are about to celebrate an important anniversary in July - it will be one year since they took over the popular Mount Gambier tourism icon. It was the perfect fit for the couple as they searched for a career change and a new challenge. John was born locally and Sue had a background in hospitality, making the cave tour and cafe business a natural fit. “It just looked like a great opportunity when council offered it,” Sue said. “It is the only cave with a cafe in Mount Gambier.” The quiet setting makes for a great work environment as well as a great place for visitors. There are tours of new underground caves, as well as the alfresco cafe that offers locally made cakes and other treats as well as Robe’s Mahalia coffee. “It’s just great meeting people from all over Australia and the world,” Sue said. “We are privileged to offer a new cave experience combined with our local knowledge of the area.” The couple is looking to grow the cafe and develop it into a popular meeting place for locals, as well as visitors, while also expanding the tourism experience by establishing a cave diving museum.

About a month ago, three mates opened the doors of Mount Gambier’s newest pet store - South East Pets in James Street. Focussing on the supply of small pets accessories, including all your dogs, cat, bird and fish needs. For all three guys, working with animals and meeting so many different people who absolutely love their pets, is the highlight of being in business together. Tom has been in the industry for 15 years, since he was 18. “With the help of my friend and mentor John Counihan, my parents, Harry and Gayle, my mate Darrell, and of course Brad, Jamie, and his family, we have opened our own store,” Tom said. “We aim to provide the best service and advice and are always looking to expand our range to meet customers’ demands. We’ve put a lot of effort into being able to provide competitive prices. At the moment we have a great range of fish and aquarium accessories and are looking to expand our birds, small animals and reptile range.” The trio is looking to continually grow and develop the business and the range it offers.

It was all about careful planning for Roger and Kerry Wilson. The couple took on Clockwise Jewellers six years ago but had made the decision some time before the actual take over, giving Roger time to train and develop the skills needed to work in the jewellery and watch repair industry. For Kerry, it was a return to an industry in which she had already clocked up a fair bit of time and experience. Clockwise Jewellers specialises in retail and custom designed jewellery, remodelling, resizing and restoring jewellery, watch and clock repairs and same day white gold rhodiuming (conditions apply). “We just love hearing from our customers that our jewellery range and pieces are so different from what’s available everywhere else,” Kerry said. “We meet interesting people all the time and being able to help them from something as simple as a watch battery to designing a unique piece of jewellery is why we keep coming to work every day.” Clockwise Jewellers also services Millicent and Tantanoola with a pick up and delivery repair option.

26 Chute Street, Mount Gambier Phone: (08)8723 5552

12A James Street, Mount Gambier Phone: (08)8723 0941

45 Commerical Street East, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 6486 - 027

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Collins Court Butcher

Thomson Bilt/Macsheds

Evolve Hair & Beauty

Michael Lamond might only have been in business seven years but he brings with him a wealth of experience. Coming from a strong farming background, Michael wanted to see exactly where the stock from his farm ended up and so did a week’s work experience at a local butcher shop. Before he knew it he had started an apprenticeship there and when the opportunity came up to buy Collins Court Butchers six and a half years later he jumped at it. Supplying local pubs and sporting clubs, as well as the usual wide array of retail products, Michael is focussed on continuing to build the business and expand the shop over the next two to three years. “It’s all about serving a quality product,” Michael said. “And what I really love is the customer contact and meeting new people, from my regular locals to visitors just passing through town.” Michael understands that we all enjoy quality food but are time poor and so offers an impressive range of stirfrys and other quick easy meals. Michael also offers a private processing service for farmers.

Leon Thomson has clocked up the frequent flyer miles gaining experience in the building trade right across Australia. After completing a bricklaying apprenticeship and a residential builder’s licence he travelled Australia working across a wide variety of projects. Originally from Millicent, the 30 year old returned home seven years ago and started his own contracting business, and now having taken on Macsheds as well, Leon now offers a one stop shop for all your construction needs. Leon is a distributor for FairDinkum Sheds; an accredited dealer for B & D doors and openers and also offers concreting, bricklaying, stone masonry, tiling, paving, fencing and general building services. “I’m all about taking the stress out of whatever job it is you need done, from a small repair to a whole new shed,” Leon said. “I want to continue the proud reputation of Macsheds throughout the area and diversify our services to suit our clients’ needs moving forward into the future.” Leon services the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria and has built his business around the motto - Building, Innovations, Lifestyles, Tomorrow.

When it comes to business ownership, Sara Harfull is a rookie. But when it comes to the hairdressing business she is a veteran. Sara has combined her love of hairdressing with her desire to build her own business, taking on Evolve Hair & Beauty and setting it up in a brand new location. With the help of husband Luke, who helped set up the Commerce Arcade salon, Sara became the boss in February this year - their sons Flynn (9) and Noah (5) providing the inspiration. Sara wanted to be a hairdresser from the age of six. By the time she was 17 she had an apprenticeship and now 16 years later she owns her own salon. Evolve Hair & Beauty is all about professional and friendly service that offers cutting, colouring and styling for men, women and children. The staff at Evolve is always willing to go that extra mile for their clients and are open late on Wednesday and Thursday nights. “It’s great meeting interesting people from all walks of life,” Sara said. “I love learning about other people and what makes them who they are.” For Sara and her team it’s all about focussing completely on the client and making them happy. “Every time they come to my salon I want it to be a beautiful experience,” she said.

174 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 7060

291 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 2155

Shop 3, 28 Commercial Street West (Commerce Arcade - opp. Youngs The Man Shop) Phone: (08) 8724 7744

Lights at 133

Lakes Resort

Hidden Secrets

Nadine Zanol is a true Limestone Coaster - she was born and educated in Naracoorte and relocated to Mount Gambier in her early 20s to be closer to her family. Since the relocation she has built strong friendship and business ties as she has gained experience and developed her skills across a wide range of careers - she has been a Building Society supervisor, Win TV television host and a sales executive, as well as dabbling in hospitality, administration and project management in the local government sector. All that was set against the backdrop of a lifelong dream of owning her own retail lighting business and six years ago she finally fulfilled that dream, opening up the now award winning Lights at 133. Awards that include the 2010 Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Retailer of the Year, 2011 Women in Business Award (Best Small Business) and 2010 and 2011 Telstra Business Awards state finalists. “Lights at 133 successes is thanks to my loyal team that have travelled the journey with me along with the customers that continue to support my locally owned store,” Nadine said. “The thrill of being recognised publicly with awards for the business’s achievements is a credit to the entire team, I am so proud.”

When it comes to working with a view it doesn’t get any better than the Lakes Resort. And Val Michielan has been enjoying that view for more than 20 years, taking over the lease of the popular dining, function and accommodation facility two and a half years ago. It’s an industry she loves and the Lakes Resort has a special place in her heart as she looks to develop the iconic business. “I aim to restore the Lakes Resort to its former glory,” Val said. “It’s not happening overnight but it will happen.” For Val, meeting so many different people from all walks of life means that work is never boring and no day is ever the same as the last. And given that the Lakes Resort offers accommodation, an a la carte restaurant and a function facility that can cater for conferences, board meetings and a raft of private functions, Val and her team are always working on a new project. Specialising in weddings, the Lakes Resort has long been one of the region’s most sought after reception venues and Val is continuing to make sure that no matter what the occasion, your time at the Lakes Resort is memorable.

For five years, Jaymie Brown has been doing one of the toughest jobs in town - finding women just the right lingerie that is not only sexy and stylish but also comfortable. She also spends a lot of her time helping desperate partners who want to find that special gift but need a little help to make sure they select the right lingerie. But for Jaymie, that’s just all in a day’s work in a job she loves. “I have a passion for nice looking and sexy lingerie,” she said. A qualified bra fitter, Jaymie is all about making sure her customers feel comfortable and she stocks larger cup sizes for the hard to fit figures so she has a bra to suit everyone. It’s all about customer service as far as Jaymie is concerned. “If I can help someone find a bra that has a hard to fit figure or I can help a guy find the perfect lingerie for his other half then it’s been a good day,” Jaymie said. “I get to deal with the most delightful customers and meet new and wonderful people every day.” Hidden Secrets stocks some of the best quality, modern lingerie in Mount Gambier.

127-129 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 9199

17 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 5755

35 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8724 7200 - 028

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Fur Family Pet Resort & Grooming

Whats Inn Decor

Chapman’s Newsagency

What started out as lending a helping hand to a dog groomer has turned into a successful business venture for Ann Norman and husband Rick. “I started out helping another dog groomer and loved being with the dogs so much I then realised it was the job for me,” Ann said. “I love interacting with the dogs and transforming them into clean and tidy pooches.” Fur family Pet Resort & Grooming offers dog grooming, including bathing, clipping, nail trimming and defleaing and offers a pick up and drop off service. Being a home based business, Fur Family Pet Resort & Grooming, is able to keep costs down with a bath and clip for a Maltese Shih-Tzu sized dog costing only $35. “Our business ambition is to provide the best dog grooming service for our human and furry customers,” Ann said. Ann and Rick also breed Maltalier puppies. They are very sociable little dogs and you get the temperament of the King Charles Cavalier with the non-shedding coat and small size of the Maltese. Ann and Rick have a simple philosophy - your dog is part of their Fur family.

Rae Galloway is the new proprietor at Whats Inn Decor in Portland. Rae moved to Portland just over 6 years ago from Melbourne, and loves the sea change lifestyle. Rae had been employed in retail positions locally and when the opportunity arose to take over this iconic Portland business, she couldn’t resist. This is her first foray into business ownership, but she has always had a passion for fabric, sewing and home decorating. So this business which focuses on made to measure curtains and blinds, homewares, and decorative items was the perfect fit for her skills and personality. Rae is loving every day in her beautiful shop overlooking the picturesque Portland harbour. She took over What’s Inn Decor in April and has found the customer contact, meeting new people every day and challenge of operating a business has been a great antidote to her “empty nest” - her husband works away and her children are all grown up. So for all your homeware, interior design and gift ideas, visit Whats Inn Decor and enjoy a leisurely browse, as well as tapping into Rae’s expertise and style ideas.

Colin Martin was a pharmacist, his wife Lynette was a secretary and as the couple searched for a new challenge it was presented to them in the form of Chapman’s Newsagency, a thriving local business that had just come on the market.. “Aside from dad’s pharmacy, it was honestly the only other business in town I had ever thought “that would be a good little business to have”,” Colin said. “I just never thought Bob Chapman would sell and that it would stay in the family.” So on July 4, 1994, the pharmacist and secretary became newsagents as the couple worked side by side, as they have for the past 18 years. In the past few months, their well established business was given a facelift. State-of-the-art stationery displays were installed to better showcase their widening range of home and office supplies and the general overhaul of the service area and entire store has been well received by their loyal customers. “We have had so much positive feedback,” Lynette said. “I’m really proud of our business and what we have been able to achieve here.” The couple love the fast paced, diverse nature of the industry, with new product arriving daily and above all the customers whose support they value.

91 Brim Brim Road, Yahl Phone: (08) 8724 9592 or 0437 851 404

Corner of Bentinck & Gawler Street, Portland Phone: (03) 5521 7242 or

11 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8725 3300

Cutting Edge Furniture

Groutpro South East

Paul and Leighanne, with their son Tim, have recently opened a new business in Portland. The family currently live in the small community of Branxholme but chose to open their new factory and showroom at the corner of Fitzgerald and Garden Streets, Portland. Paul lived with his parents in Portland during the late 1950s and early 60s, when his father was employed as a cabinet maker and when the family relocated, Portland was always a regular family holiday location. Furniture making is in the Cunnington family’s blood. Paul’s father was a skilled tradesman and Paul worked along side him for many years and Paul’s passion and love for furniture making was then also inherited by his son Tim, who is also a qualified cabinet maker with years of experience in small business and in furniture manufacture. Whilst Paul and Tim will be busy in the factory Leighanne, will be fine tuning design concepts, assisting customers, and running the office. Cutting Edge Furniture is looking forward to bringing affordable, quality, Australian made, furniture to Portland and surrounding areas. The retail showroom will open on Monday, June 3.

It only took six months for Noel Wood and Ellen Turner to realise they had made a mistake moving away from Mount Gambier. They missed thier friends, the community spirit and even the weather (you must be kidding!!!), so they returned and brought Groutpro with them. They are now 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 and scrubbing, but once it is stained, it’s stained and if you use the wrong type of cleaners you can damage it,” Noel 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

Corner of Fitzgerald & Garden Streets, Portland Phone: (03) 5523 2467 - 029

mouldy silicone. Noel 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,” Noel 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.” GroutPro South East offers a free no obligation quote and demonstration and welcomes enquiries from across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria.

Phone: 0437 271 327.

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The Western Border Netball Association fixtured its first ever match for premiership points under lights at the weekend with South Gambier going down in the history books as the winner of the inaugural clash. The Demons outclassed their hosts, East Gambier, winning every quarter but the third, when the game became a little unruly with a number of heavy body clashes. But in the main the Demons found plenty of space and moved the ball quickly to find shooters Chantelle Weir and Toni Sims in range. The duo were at their accurate best under lights as Sims used her pace and smarts to continually find space on the baseline, with Weir holding strongly in front or driving hard for an aerial approach. Both received great supply from Courtney Barry, whose pace troubled the East defenders as she continually drove hard to the circle’s edge, while Alyssa Boylan got the job done at both ends of the court - making good position on the offensive circle’s edge for the rare occasions when Barry was unavailable and getting plenty of important touches at the defensive end. East’s Malinda Markiewicz continued her fine start to 2013, although she was well challenged by Alyce Mourbey, particularly on balls outside the shooting circle. Markiewicz’s accuracy, though, makes her formidable as she so rarely wastes the chance to hit the scoreboard. Both feeders, coach Jacinta Clark and Brooke Dempsey, worked hard all game, often having to play the ball between themselves as Mourbey and Lisa King shut down the feeding opportunities inside the shooting circle. The introduction of Sarah Lock to goal shooter at quarter time saw the Bulldogs just take a little time to adjust to the new line-up and that’s when the Demons made their move, setting up an 11 goal buffer RLA62833 at the main break. East hit back in the third, thanks to some clever defensive stops from Clark, and an improved effort in the defensive circle from Jessie Little and Georgia Green and the home side won the quarter and gave themselves a glimmer of hope. The Demons steeled themselves for a continued challenge from the young Bulldogs and started to build a double digit lead again. An ankle injury to key defender Lisa King, who had been putting immense pressure over the shot and getting some important touches, saw Boylan move back to the familiar territory at goal keeper, with Megan Lawler making her A grade debut in centre. The forced changes didn’t disrupt the Demons though, with Boylan showing she’s lost nothing of her defensive skills since moving into a mid court role and Lawler showed she’s a player of the future for the Demons with good positioning on the circle and some clever feeds into the goalers. In the end, South enjoyed a 15 goal victory to maintain their place in fourth. Casterton is now breathing down the Demons’ necks

though with a surprise victory over West Gambier. Having secured a breakthrough victory in round two against East Gambier, the Cats have now already equalled their 2011 record with a second victory - a one goal nailbiter over the Roos. The Cats flew out of the blocks and enjoyed a 6-1 lead before Lisa Cram led a Roos revival and gained a three goal buffer by the first change. The second quarter was the time to shine for both wing defenders as Casterton’s Haylee Rhook and West’s Carly Trevilyan created plenty of turnovers and Casterton reduced the deficit to just one at half time. West lost Gemma Davey to injury in the second, giving youngster Tahlia Earl her opportunity in senior ranks. She was then replaced by older sister Ashley for the second half as West again worked its way to a three goal advantage at the final chance. Good conversion from Emily Stafford helped West to secure the narrow buffer, while Marni Perry lifted her workrate to keep the Cats in touch. For the final quarter, Natalie Rhook returned to her more usual position of wing attack and thanks to some interceptions from defenders Marlee Gartlan and Haylee Rhook, the Cats were able to take the lead and held on for a one goal victory. Millicent made light work of North Gambier in their top of the table clash with Donna Denton and Hayley Dunn leading from the front. Full Western Border netball scoreboard on page 35. Above - Malinda Markiewicz. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.

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SEABL Pioneers

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The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers sit three wins clear at the top of the South Conference standings after making light work of North


West Tasmania at the Icehouse on Friday night. Exciting guard Tom Daly was the standout as he organised the offence, penetrated the Thunder’s defence,

hit the scoreboard and hassled relentlessly in defence. He finished with 21 points, four rebounds, four assists and a steal and a block. The 36ers squad member has

found his feet well and truly in the SEABL in the past month and his class, along with fellow NBL recruits, Brad Hill and Ben Allen shone through on Friday night.

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The Golf South East Junior Academy recently faced off against Henley High School Specialist Sport Golf squad at the Grange Golf Club. Young Robe born golfer and Robe Golf Club member Ben Tucker was part of the Henley squad, while the local contingent included the current state SAPSSASA champion Caleb Perry, of the Mount Gambier Golf Club, and three players that have also represented the

State - fellow Mount Gambier Golf Club member and Caleb’s younger brother Jhett; Bryce Smith, also from the Mount Gambier Golf Club, as well as the Millicent Golf Club’s Harry Coote. Henley got the better of the South East squad but many of the matches were close and the local boys certainly equipped themselves well. The GolfSE Junior Academy is in its second year under the guidance of triple AAA PGA member Damian Swadling and Daryl Morgan from the Mount Gambier Golf Club, who provide coaching tuition every month. This academy is open to any junior in the region on a handicap of 23 or under. The event against Henley included joining in with the Henley squad for their coaching sessions under the eye of Grange pro Phil Smallwood and some private tuition with another Grange pro Gary Simpson, who until recently was competing on various tours

including Asia. The sessions with Simpson were extremely popular with the team able to ask about all the experiences he has had on tour and what goes into achieving that level of performance. Cramming as much as they could into the trip to Adelaide, the academy squad also had a session with GolfSA board member Tony Bourne, who is the chairman of the High Performance Program who explained the pathways available to elite golf. Day one of the academy visit was a single handicap matchplay event on the new Greg Norman re-designed East course with Henley flexing their muscles to lead at the end of the day 5.5 to GolfSE 2.5. The top three matches were excellent quality with Caleb Perry going down to Ben Tucker on the 18th, Harry Coote just going down 2/1 to long hitting Peter Johns and Bryce Smith squaring his match against Travis Miller. The two wins for the GolfSE team came

Arguably most importantly, Hill and Allen hit the boards as well as the scoreboard - Hill adding 12 rebounds to his 27 points, 10 of those points in a two minute burst in the final quarter, while Allen pulled in 14 rebounds to go with his 17 points. The game of Titus Robinson was also intriguing as he used his athletic ability to cause headaches at the defensive end rather than on the scoreboard. He finished with four blocks, two steals and eight rebounds. Allen and Robinson also stayed well out of foul trouble, which, with the low rebounding stats, had been an area of concern for coach Richard Hill. Fourth ranked North West Tasmania certainly came to play going basket for basket with the home side before working its way into a six point lead with four and a half minutes to play in the first before the Pioneers rallied

from Joshua Knowles 2/1 and Bronson Mahoney 4/3. Day two was handicap foursomes with GolfSE requiring to win all four matches to have any chance of claiming victory. Smith and Morgan opened the account for GolfSE with a decisive 7/6 victory against Evreniadis and Smith. In another decisive win for GolfSE Jhett Perry and Bawden combined beautifully to beat Miller and Black 6/5. Coote and Mahoney then went one up over Tucker and Jaworski and the pressure was building with the South East combination still in the hunt. The final pairing of Caleb Perry and Knowles took on the long hitting Johns and Rogerson and seemed to be in control most of the match well into the back nine. The final four holes saw the experience and class of Johns shine through to turn a three hole deficit into all square going down the 18th hole. Both balls found the greenside bunker but the South East boys were left with a 30 foot punt and Henley with a two foot shot and Henley took the match one up. Plans are already underway for a return bout next year in the South East. Above - The Golf SE Academy squad - Joshua Knowles, Bronson Mahoney, Bryce Smith, Jhett Perry, Matthew Morgan, Caleb Perry, Jackson Bawden, Harry Coote. Left - Jhett Perry putts while Travis Miller watches closely. - 034

to take a one point lead into the first break. It took until the third quarter for the Pioneers to start to open up the game as they started to push the lead out to double figures and for the main part keep it there and at the final change it was a 16 point buffer. With four minutes to play the lead hit 20 and in the final minutes that allowed popular locals Mitch Mott and Matt Berkefeld to hit the court, Berkefeld hitting the scoreboard as well with two points. Results Pioneers 103 (Hill 27; Daly 21; Allen 17; Burdon 13) d North West Tasmania 82. Left (from far left) - Tom Daly shooting; Ben Allen dunking and Titus Robinson playing good defence. Photos courtesy of Gavin Male.

enjoys Test match


Local indoor bowler Fiona Pearson has just returned from representing Australia in an indoor bowls series against New Zealand in Queensland. The Mount Gambier baseed bowler said it was the best indoor bowling she had ever experienced. As part of the ladies fours combination, Pearson did not taste victory but in the ladies pairs, where she was promoted to skipper after her partner sustained a back injury, she did manage a win against the strong Kiwi combination. New Zealand, in fact, dominated in all the events

except for the mixed pairs of which Australia won the medal. “Although we lost most of our games, it was an experience of a life time to play for my country,” Pearson said. She also thanked locals who were part of her fundraising efforts to fund the memorable trip. Above - Fiona delivering a bowl during her Test appearance for Australia against New Zealand.


Under 15

Casterton 3.1 7.4 10.9 16.13 (109) West Gambier 5.4 5.6 6.11 10.12 (72) Goals - Casterton: C. Perry 4; P. Kleeman 3; D. Ayton, R. Smith, J. Harvey 2; Z. Michau, B. Currie, J. Currie. West: C. Cowell, B. Wilson 3; J. Ryan, G. Tucker, J. Carter, D. McElroy. Best - Casterton: C. Perry, M. Cowland, B. Currie, T. MacMichael, P. Kleeman, D.. Bunnik. West: G. Tucker, B. Wilson, S. Robson, D. Lloyd, R. Fox, D. McElroy. North Gambier 6.3 9.4 20.8 24.14 (158) Millicent 0.1 6.2 6.3 6.3 (39) Goals - North: J. McConnell 6; S. Flett 5; A. Kilsby 4; M. Chapman, A. Kurzman, P. Perry 2; M. Quirk, R. O’Grady, B. Stafford. Millicent: G. Gascoyne, T. Wilson 2; P. O’Loughlin, J. Hales. Best - North: A. Kurzman, D. Nulty, S. Flett, C. Hudson, B. Stafford, B. Egan. Millicent: S. Duldig, A. Allen, C. Thomson, C. Reilly, C. Robinson, S. Withers. South Gambier 8.3 13.6 17.11 29.12 (186) East Gambier 2.1 5.3 6.4 9.7 (61) Goals - South: B. Exelby 8; B. Cordy 7; S. Berkefeld 5; L. Duncan 2; B. Howard, M. Weistra, B. Carracher, C. Von Duve, C. Williams, B. O’Neil. East: J. Ransom 3; M. Dempsey 2; H. Walters, R. Carman, B. Creek. Best - South: B. Exelby, B. Howard, S. Berkefeld, B. Cordy, J. Ryan, C. Von Duve. East: J. Eldridge, S. Balshaw, T. Case, M. Dempsey.

West Gambier 2.2 3.2 6.3 7.3 (45) Casterton 1.0 3.0 3.1 5.5 (35) Goals - West: R. Hosking 4; J. Lock 2; J. Stokker. Casterton: T. Clode, D. Harrison, B. Nash, B. Millard, J. Milich. Best - West: R. Hosking, J. Lock, L. Beckman, K. Giddings, B. Von Duve, J. Gosling. Casterton: L. Johnson, D. Harrison, J. Milich, T. Clode, R. Jolly. East Gambier 2.0 5.1 5.1 6.4 (40) South Gambier 2.2 3.3 4.3 4.5 (29) Goals - East: B. Thomas, B. Pitts 2; T. Lockwood, M. Murphy. South: R. Glynn, J. Capewell, T. Walker, P. Gale. Best - East: B. Biggs, T. Lockwood, B. Clark, Z. Young, N. Doll, B. Thomas. South: D. Ridding, S. Walker, T. Walker, L. Denton, L. Kain, L. Muller. North Gambier 2.3 4.6 7.7 7.8 (50) Millicent 2.2 2.3 2.3 3.5 (23) Goals - North: B. Moy 3; B. Close, N. Steen, W. Nankivell, N. Brown. Millicent: J. Reilly 3.Best - North: N. Brown, W. Nankivell, B. Close, T. Brookes, B. Moy, T. Bruhn. Millicnet: B. Kenny, A. Watts, C. Hutchesson, B. Marshall, A. Turner, C. Haines.

Reserves Casterton 4.2 8.8 11.8 14.12 (96) West Gambier 2.0 3.0 5.4 6.5 (41) Goals - Casterton: J. Schill 4; J. Clode, M. Waters 3; S. Penfold 2; L. Balzan, T. Killey. West: A. Schutz 3; B. Lane, N. Koopman, J. Hewett. Best - Casterton: M. Jarrad, J. Schill, S. Penfold, P. Milich, S. Sharp, J. Forbes. West: M. Koopman, A. Schultz, M. Weyers, C. McKinnon, T. King. South Gambier 3.2 6.4 6.4 8.8 (56) East Gambier 2.0 3.3 5.7 5.9 (39) Goals - none supplied. Best - South: none supplied.East: L. Cates, M. Markiewicz, K. Cook, B. Nash, J. Wilson, M. White. North Gambier 1.8 9.9 16.11 20.11 (131) Millicent 1.1 2.2 3.2 7.5 (47) Goals - North: L. Norman 4; S. McInerney, J. Schutz, M. Hensel 3; S. Shepherd, J. Galpin 2; L. Downs-Woolley, S. Whelan, T. Young. Millicent: B. Sims, M. Cameron, S. Duncan, B. Aardenburg, G. Rigney, A. Nitschke. Best - North: L. Norman, P. Bosko, L. Downs-Woolley, M. Hensel, T. Coonan, J. Galpin. Millicent: M. Redman, B. Grosser, G. Rigney, Z. Gray, B. Zalme, J. Robinson.

Under 17

Above (from top) - Brad Bryant looks to keep the ball alive despite the pressure from Grady Janeway; Lisa King retrieves this loose ball just inside the sideline, during the historical first night netball match, as Alyce Mourbey looks to head down court and provide an option. Left - South’s Jack Primer drives the Demons forward during their huge under lights win over East Gambier at the weekend.

West Gambier 1.0 3.2 4.3 7.4 (46) Casterton 0.2 1.3 4.5 4.6 (30) Goals - West: G. Ha 2; J. Coombe, R. Hosking, J. Pfitzner, A. Cram. Casterton: C. Dawson, B. Gill, C. Richardson. Best - West: J. Coombe, L. Bradley-Brown, B. Stratman, M. Walmsley-Pace, R. Langley. Casterton: A. Cleary, J. Carlin, S. Bunnik, A. Robertson, F. Stark, C. Dawson. South Gambier 2.0 3.3 6.4 11.6 (62) East Gambier 1.3 4.7 7.7 8.8 (56) Goals - South: M. Tos 3; R. Franchetto, J. Foster 2; R. Whittaker, D. Stratton, L. Pitson, J. Byrne. East: J. Dawe, J. Jones 2; M. Gray, T. Lockwood, Z. Thompson, D. Smith. Best - South: P. Glynn, B. Whicker, R. Franchetto, Z. King, R. Whittaker, H. Stevens. East: Z. Thompson, J. Dawe, T. Gordon, J. Jones, N. Walters, B. Pannenburg. North Gambier 6.5 11.8 14.13 22.18 (150) Millicent 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 (4) Goals - North: S. Sochacki, W. Lewis 6; J. Roughana 3; M. McInerney, S. Kenny, T. Flett 2; N. Pasquazzi. Best - North: M. McInerney, T. Flett, A. Anderson, S. Sochacki, S. Kenny, W. Lewis. Millicent: L. Ferguson, M. Redman, A. Dickenson, J. DeJong, T. McRostie, D. Badman.

WB Seniors Ladder North Gambier South Gambier Casterton West Gambier Millicent East Gambier

% 264.31 157.98 82.63 77.69 66.42 65.85

Pts 10 8 6 4 2 0

Western Border Goalkickers Justin McConnell Brett Exelby Simon Berkefeld Zac Michau Anthony Kilsby Scott Flett Jarrod Ryan Joshua Martin

North Gambier South Gambier South Gambier Casterton North Gambier North Gambier West Gambier Millicent

WB Netball Results A Grade Millicent 62 (D. Denton, H. Dunn) d North Gambier 36 (M. Renko, M. Gazzard); South Gambier 58 (A. Boylan, T. Sims) d East Gambier 43 (J. Clark, M. Markiewicz); Casterton 48 (N. Rhook, M. Perry) d West Gambier 47 (L. Cram. R. Wilson).

A Reserve Casterton 46 (E. Milich, T. Cleary) d West Gambier 46 (L. Boylan, C. Selleck); North Gambier 53 (C. McCourt, B. Walters) d Millicent 43 (T. Haggett, L. Shanks); South Gambier 43 (E. Gazzard, L. Copping) d East Gambier 38 (T. Gray, E. McKay).

B Grade North Gambier 60 (A. Jolley, L. Yeates) d Millicent 36 (A. Sharp, M. Tilley); East Gambier 62 (Z. Tomkinson, N. McIntyre) d South Gambier 44 (L. DeBreuk, R. Bryant); West Gambier 53 (J. Muhovics, H. Childs) d Casterton 40 (S. Jarrad, T. Perry).

C Grade North Gambier 51 (N. Bosko, A. Pietsch) d Millicent 40 (G. Pratt, N. Thomas); East Gambier 40 (D. Waters, T. Gray) d South Gambier 28 (J. O’Neil, B. Fuller); West Gambier 40 (F. Anderson, D. Watson) d Casterton 39 (C. Jones, E. Thomson).

17 and under North Gambier 52 (T. Woodall, B. Walters) d Millicent 28 (L. Walker, M. Squires); East Gambier 46 (G. Green, M. Markiewicz) d South Gambier 17 (G. Currie, D. Gray); Casterton 38 (A. Shannon, I. Cleary) d West Gambier 15 (M. Teakle, R. Humphries),

15 and under North Gambier 40 (S. Hayman, S. Allen) d Millicent 16 (Z. Brown, B. Cory); East Gambier 57 (M. Wilson, T. Gray) d South Gambier 17 (K. Roachock, H. Whittaker); Casterton 31 (T. McIntosh, A. Balzan) d West Gambier 21 (O. MCEvoy, G. Hunter).

13 and under North Gambier 35 (G. Hood, O. Patzel) drew with Millicent 35 (S. Fergsuon, M. Turner); South Gambier 60 (O. Dukalskis, I. Walker) d East Gambier 27 (S. Smith, B. Perryman).


Photos courtesy of Frank Monger.



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MSE Netball Results A Grade Robe 68 (K. Ross, H. Perkins) d Port MacDonnell 25 (T. Merrett, B. Scott); Hatherleigh 67 (K. Green, K. Smith) d Glencoe 44 (J. Leigh, R. Wilson); Mt Burr 56 (K. Sporer, B. Reilly) d Nangwarry 46 (C. Dinnison, N. Bizko); Tantanoola 46 (K. Bromley, K. Teasdale) d Kongorong 31 (H. Smith, P. Douglas).

A Reserve Robe 51 (F. Carter, C. Vickers) d Port MacDonnell 26 (M. Neave, C. Hutchesson); Hatherleigh 49 (C. Lepley, K. Smith) d Glencoe 33 (K. Sealey, M. Kuhl); Mt Burr 46 (E. Lesslie, L. Scott) d Nangwarry 35 (C. McDiarmid, B. Dobie); Tantanoola 65 (A. Ditcham, J. Matthews) d Kongorong 45 (S. Lucas, A. Neshoda).

B Grade Robe 47 (E. Kennett, T. Allwright) d Port MacDonnell 31 (L. Altorfer, J. Gerloff); Hatherleigh 54 (M. Gibson, T. Smith) d Glencoe 44 (S. McDonnell, T. Auld); Nangwarry 32 (C. Luck, T. McGinty) d Mt Burr 26 (B. Fox, P. Bowering); Tantanoola 60 (T. Taylor, J. Kelly) d Kongorong 30.

B Reserve Hatherleigh 32 (A. Breeding, F. Jackman) d Glencoe 23 (A. Tweddle, C. Von Duve); Nangwarry 52 (B. Fullford, B. Gruar) d Mt Burr 15 (T. Watts, S. Aberle); Tantanoola 39 (J. Cytrowski, J. Cushion) d Kongorong 32 (C. Doody, M. Pink).

17 and under Port MacDonnell 49 (M. Murdoch, S. McBain) d Robe 30 (H. Perkins, L. Howe-Morgan); Hatherleigh 73 (L. Walker, E. Watson) d Gelncoe 19 (C. Watson, A. Kuhl); Nangwarry 86 (K. Lockwood, E. Holmes) d Mt Burr 12 (C. Lane, C. Leigh-Hawke); Tantanoola 41 (E. Serle, A. Nelson) d Kongorong 34 (T. Pelkonen, M. Glynn).

15 and under Robe 38 (K. Venn, A. Lindner) drew with Port MacDonnell 38 (T. Maloney, A. Walter); Hatherleigh 50 (S. Bishop, A. Brooks) d Glencoe 16 (S. Edwards, E. McAdam); Nangwarry 41 (B. Holmes, J. Disselbach) d Mt Burr 40 (K. Wilson, K. Lesslie); Kongorong 42 (T. Modra, S. Gaylard) d Tantanoola 14 (K. Hale, Z. Fennell).

13 and under Robe 63 (L. Perkins, A. Pettit) d Port MacDonnell 10; Mt Burr 32 (M. Potter, E. Hogan) d Nangwarry 12 (S. Coldan, K. Little); Tantanoola 30 (L. Kuiper, L. Angus) d Kongorong 29 (D. Holmes, E. Lightbody).


Senior Colts

Mt Burr 5.3 9.7 13.12 20.16 (136) Nangwarry 5.6 9.9 13.10 15.12 (102) Goals - Mt Burr: D. Ridley 4; S. Bevan, J. Nowak, C. Murray 3; J. Gregory, D. Bowering 2; C. Gallio, P. Agnew, A. Butler. Nangwarry: B. Dinnison 6; N. Reeves 4; N. Easterbrook 2; J. Brooks, B. Lindner, K. Disselbach. Best - Mt Burr: C. Gallio, D. Ridley, J. Wallis, D. Bowering, S. Bevan, P. Agnew. Nangwarry: C. Hicks, B. Lindner, R. Lindner, J. Barnes, J. McKeon, B. Dinnison. Port MacDonnell 6.5 10.11 20.18 27.21 (183) Robe 1.0 2.1 3.2 4.4 (28) Goals - Pt Mac: W. Macdonald 9; D. Bromeley 6; R. Povey; J. Bromely, L. Pratt 2; Z. Williams, M. Lewis, B. O’Dine, J. Feast, D. Munn, T. Sullivan. Robe: J. McGregor, W. Macdonald, J. Zeitz, J. Feast, Z. Williams, B. O’Dine. Best - Pt Mac: J. McGregor, W. Macdonald, J. Zietz, J. Feast, Z. Williams, B. O’Dine. Robe: A. Everett, T. Pearce, J. Steele, Z. Deane, B. Jess, J. Keane. Tantanoola 1.4 6.11 12.13 18.16 (124) Kongorong 2.2 3.4 10.8 15.11 (101) Goals - Tantanoola: J. Williams 5; R. Versace, J. Rowe 4; M. reilly 2; M. Bennett, C. Williams, C. Hamilton. Kongorong: J. Simkin 6; J. Phillips 3; J. Wright 2; W. Milne, J. Blackwell, J. Bottomley, A. Harding. Best - Tantanoola: J. Williams, K. Dodd, H. Brown, T. Stringer, J. Rowe, M. Bennett. Kongorong: M. Killey, W. Milne, D. Phillips, B. Saffin, M. Last. Glencoe 1.0 6.2 8.4 12.10 (82) Hatherleigh 3.4 5.10 7.13 10.17 (77) Goals - Glencoe: T. Edwards, A. Hentschke, L. Sharaf, A. Creek 2; S. Brook, J. Bates, T. Hawke, Z. Cocks. Hatherleigh: B. Sneath, T. Merrett 2; T. Saunders, T. Bell, T. Schulz, C. Buckley, J. Skeer, J. Bateman. Best - Glencoe: D. Watson, M. Kieselbach, Z. Cocks, B. Swan, A. Creek, M. Von Duve. Hatherleigh: T. Saunders, J. Faulkner, J. Sandland, J. Sullivan, M. Fabris, S. Graham.

Mt Burr 12.2 17.8 22.11 35.15 (225) Nangwarry 0.0 0.0 1.2 1.2 (8) Goals - Mt Burr: H. Schultz 10; J. Gregory 5; B. Hogan 3; D. Lambert, L. Collyer, A. Butler, B. Delbridge, J. Robbins, T. Tukia, D. Montuori 2; J. Stone, S. Wallis, T. Hales. Nangwarry: N. Rowe. Best - Mt Burr: H. Schultz, B. Hogan, L. Collyer, J. Gregory, B. Qunitel, B. Ballantyne. Nangwarry: B. Rowe, M. Deanfield, K. Rasmussen, B. McIntosh, R. Wilson, B. Philby. Port MacDonnell 2.7 7.10 12.13 16.15 (111) Robe 0.0 0.1 0.2 1.4 (10) Goals - Pt Mac: T. McRostie 5; D. Silvy 4; R. Brodie 2; S. Zeitz 2; K. McClean, L. Kemp. Robe: M. Joseph.Best - Pt Mac: T. Sullivan, R. Brodie, K. McClean, B. Wilke, D. Silvy, T. McRostie. Robe: A. Clements, J. Hann, S. Denton, L. Smith, H. Smith, H. Kuray. Kongorong 3.2 7.5 8.5 13.7 (85) Tantanoola 3.4 6.4 8.9 9.9 (63) Goals - Kongorong: T. Saffin 7; K. Ham, J. Blackwell 2; R. Hein, M. Waters. Tantanoola: B. Radley 3; E. Glass, C. Williams 2; L. Thomas, D. Tincknell. Best - Kongorong: T. Saffin, J. Blackwell, A. Lightbody, P. Vanikiotis, R. Hein, B. Long. Tantanoola: B. Radley, C. Williams, E. Glass, M. Roberts, T. Pink, D. Tincknell. Hatherleigh 4.0 9.2 11.3 11.4 (70) Glencoe 1.2 1.4 5.6 8.8 (56) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Gibbs 5; J. Telfer 3; M. Pulmer 2; B. Lang. Glencoe: E. Trupp 3; M. Telford, B. Mitchell, J. Slape, R. Edwards, M. Khan. Best - Hatherleigh: M. Pulmer, B. Gibbs, J, Mason, J. Gilbertson, A. Altschwager. Glencoe: B. Mitchell, E. Trupp, N. Smith, M. Telford, N. Herring, W. Cleggett.

B Grade Nangwarry 4.6 5.7 8.10 11.11 (77) Mt Burr 2.2 4.4 5.6 5.8 (38) Goals - Nangwarry: J. Raneberg 3; V. Virtanen, J. Lock, T. Fenn, C. Lock, N. Nguyen, N. Honehonetana, D. McNair, T. Carpenter. Mt Burr: Z. Wallis 3; S. Lesslie, T. Butler. Best - Nangwarry: J. Raneberg, V. Virtanen, J. Clayfield, C. Lock, T. Fenn, P. Balnaves. Mt Burr: S. Hughes, A. Ferguson, S. Lesslie, Z. Wallis, A. Curson, S. Westerman. Port MacDonnell 7.4 12.7 16.14 23.18 (156) Robe 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals - Pt Mac: M. Stark 4; K. Blacksell, M. Dwyer, T. Lampard 3; A. Lewis 2; J. Smith, N. Driver, N. Frankenburg, B. Goodwin, J. Dempsey, R. Stanton. Best - Pt Mac: J. Smith, M. Sullivan, N. Roach, I. Ransom, M. Stark. Robe: D. McKenny, J. Gibbs, G. Howe Morgan, R. Robbins, B. Fennell. Tantanoola 5.2 7.2 9.6 10.9 (69) Kongorong 0.2 4.4 7.5 8.9 (57) Goals - Tantanoola: S. Varcoe 3; J. Aberle, S. Agnew, S. Taylor 2; M. Cytrowski. Kongorong: W. Attiwill 2; M. Evans, C. Little, J. Mullan, C. Long, T. Glynn, M. Trevilyan. Best - Tantanoola: S. Taylor, A. Crouch, A. Johnson, J. Mason. Kongorong: T. Proud, M. Yrevilyan, B. Long, C. Long, B. Dobbs. Glencoe 3.3 8.4 9.8 11.13 (79) Hatherleigh 2.2 4.3 6.4 6.6 (42) Goals - Glencoe: B. Curran, A. Scott, T. Biggins, A. Cary 2; J. Waller, M. Laube, L. Medhurst. Hatherleigh: S. Beggs, A. Robbins 2; T. Loveday. A. Driessen. Best - Glencoe: L. Medhurst, B. Curran, A. Cary, H. Medhurst, A. Sealey, S. Leane. Hatherleigh: S. Waring, L. Morgan, S. Beggs, J. McDonald, M. Nettle, S. Fitzgerald.

MSE Seniors Ladder % 76.29 66.83 60.74 62.32 44.23 45.23 33.02 23.45 34.83

Hatherleigh Glencoe Tantanoola Port MacDonnell Mt Burr Kongorong Kalangadoo Robe Nangwarry

Pts 24 24 24 20 16 12 4 4 0

Left - Two of Mid South East’s most talented teenagers, Port MacDonnell’s Maddy Murdoch and Robe’s Hannah Perkins battle hard for possession during A grade action at the weekend. Robe easily got the better of the Demons to cement itself inside the top four.

Junior Colts Mt Burr 1.1 4.3 6.9 6.10 (46) Nangwarry 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Tukia 3; C. Gamble 2; L. Collyer. Best - Mt Burr: B. Squire, C. Gamble, C. Crescentino, J. Muhovics, B. Gregory, L. Whitty. Nangwarry: R. Wilson, J. Virtanen, N. Rowe, W. Bricknell, A. Edwards. Port MacDonnell 2.5 10.6 13.10 15.10 (100) Robe 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals - Pt Mac: W. Chant 3; K. Cawthorne, G. Hutchesson, J. Attard 2; B. Milstead, B. Cutting, R. Rolph. Best - Pt Mac: B. Milstead, L. Tilley, W. Chant, K. Linvingston, N. Wilke, T. Zeitz. Robe: M. Hansberry, A. Weir, H. Smith, T. Wilfred, H. Bigmore. Tantanoola 4.1 7.3 11.4 14.6 (90) Kongorong 0.0 0.1 0.2 2.3 (15) Goals - no details provided. Best - no details provided. Hatherleigh 4.2 7.6 9.10 16.11 (107) Glencoe 1.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 (13) Goals - Hatherleigh: L. MacGregor 6; J. Jones 5; Z. Jones 2; L. Brown, S. Gray, N. Waring. Glencoe: A. Kuhl. Best - Hatherleigh: A. Buhlman, J. Gray, J. Allan, S. Gray, A. Seamer. Glencoe: K. Poole, D. Mallon, B. Lipscombe, A. Kuhl, T. Wing, D. Pfitzner.


Mid South East Goalkickers Jack Skeer Dylan Bromley Michael McRae Brett Sneath Mitchell Reilly Rob Versace Joshua Wright Will Macdonald Sam Telfer Dane Paproth

Hatherleigh Port MacDonnell Glencoe Hatherleigh Hatherleigh Tantanoola Kongorong Port MacDonnell Hatherleigh Glencoe

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Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.



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South West District Football

A Grade

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football


Westerns 4.4 11.10 13.13 15.16 (106) Branx-Wallace 0.2 1.3 4.8 5.8 (38) Goals - Westerns: K. Richardson 4; R. Cracknell 3; M. Huppatz, E. Stewart 2; L. Evans, J. Patterson, B. Smith. Branx-Wallace: A. Cameron, M. McLean 2; E. Manders. Best - Westerns: E. Stewart, K. Richardson, B. England, H. Dyke, R. Gardiner. Branx-Wallace: L. Cooper, J. Bradley, A. Bunting, P. Downs, J. Evans, J. Tonissen. Tyrendarra 8.1 11.2 15.4 24.9 (153) Cavendish 2.2 9.4 11.4 12.4 (76) Goals - Tyrendarra: S. Byron 8; D. Killmister 6; T. Polkinghorne 3; D. Polkinghorne, M. Lenehan 2; D. Groten, A. Lipscombe, J. Morton. Cavendish: A. Schurmann 5; R. McNaughton 4; B. Cameron, B. Cooper, S. Hatherell. Best - Tyrendarra: T. Holland, M. Peters, L. Thorpe, T. Polkinghorne, D. Aldous, J. Ward. Cavendish: J. Soawyer, L. Purcell, P. McKellar, B. Cameron, J. Huf, J. Brown. Dartmoor 5.1 9.6 13.6 17.13 (115) Sandford 4.2 7.3 9.4 10.6 (66) Goals - Dartmoor: J. Roptini, S. Jones, M. Oldfield 3; M. Phillips, J. Franklin 2; L. Polaski, C. Hatfield, D. Stephens, A. Ryan. Sandford: D. Murrell, B. Sharam 2; J. Thorn, D. Jamieson, M. Kurzman, W. Bilney, K. Schaefer, S. Thiselton. Best - Dartmoor: M. Oldfield, J. Franklin, S. Spencer, B. Hicks, J. Polaski, J. Beck. Sandford: J. Searle, M. Kurzman, L. Robinson, B. Kirkwood, T. Emmerton, B. Walker. Heywood 2.4 10.9 16.12 23.16 (154) Heathmere 1.2 1.2 3.3 5.3 (33) Goals - Heywood: J. Bell 8; M. Wilson 5; J. Vaughan, J. Saunders, S. O’Brien 2; B. Nash, C. Foster, R. Bleumink, T. Gorey. Heathmere: P. Makarona 2; J. Nagorcka, H. Sealey, H. Mannix. Best - Heywood: J. Bell, R. Bleumink, P. Roberts, S. O’Brien, T. Gorey, W. Bell. Heathmere: J. Nagorcka, D. Kennedy, T. Weightman, B. Turner-Dwyer, B. Carter, P. Makarona.



MGNA Netball Results

Kybybolite 5.2 10.6 17.10 25.11 (161) Border Districts 2.5 5.9 7.11 9.14 (68) Goals - Kybybolite: T. Coper 6; S. Munn 3; W. Miles, J. Bittner, B. Laurie, J. Fitzgerald 2; S. Carberry, R. Shepherd, D. Ogilvie, B. Munn, J. Lange, B. Nikkerud, B. Kurtzer, B. Arundell. Border Districts: S. Ferenci, C. Barras 3; J. Barras 2; M. Ellis. Best - Kybybolite: D. Ogilvie, D. Arnold, B. Laurie, T. Cooper, R. Jaensch, J. Jaensch. Border Districts: C. Burr, T. Wilson, J. Zeuner, J. Barras, P. Light, T. Crick. Penola 2.7 11.10 20.12 24.13 (157) Kaniva-Leeor 5.2 9.2 13.5 17.8 (110) Goals - Penola: B. McIntyre 4; J. Copping, K. Ransom, A. Merrett, B. Foster 3; M. Willson, S. Zadow, M. Deveraux 2; L. Jones, B. Maney. Kanvia-Leeor: J. Turner 4; K. Ross, S. Stallion 3; D. Stimson, B Bartholomew 2; J. Vivian, T. Lannin, J. Brown. Best - Penola: M. Willson, J. Copping, D. Coxon, O. March, K. Ransom, L. Jones. Kaniva-Leeor: J. Hicks, J. Vivian, S. Vivian, S. Stallion, C. Sharples, J. Turner. Padthaway 4.6 8.12 13.20 19.22 (136) Kingston 3.2 8.3 10.5 13.9 (87) Goals - Padthaway: P. Lindsay 6; T. McLennan 5; C. Marshall, B. Gunning, J. Dolling 2; D. Boyanton, J. Dicker. Kingston: C. Watson, S. Bradwood 5; B. Warner, T. Borrillo. Best - Padthaway: M. Hoffmann, P. Lindsay, B. Gunning, J. Dolling, S. Brown, S. Edwards. Kingston: R. Clarke, C. Watson, B. Warner, R. Cuneen, T. Read, D. Richardson. Bordertown 5.4 8.4 11.6 15.11 (101) Mundulla 2.5 8.8 9.10 10.14 (74) Goals - Bordertown: N. Frederick 5; T. Harkness 4; M. Kerr, C. Diment 2; C. Dahlitz, N. Hewett. Mundulla: L. Wiese, J. Mock 3; G. Obst, W. Packer, B. Lehmann, B. Packer. Best - Bordertown: C. Diment, T. Harkness, A. Stephens, H. Paech, T. Devitt, N. Hewett. Mundulla: L. Duell, J. McGrice, G. Obst, J. Milligan, L. Wiese, J. Mock. Naracoorte 8.5 15.9 24.11 32.18 (210) Lucindale 0.3 1.3 3.6 3.7 (25) Goals - Naracoorte: S. Cox 7; S. Logan 4; B. henderson, M. Gill, M. Parker, R. Jones 3; J. Gilbert, N. Smith 2; L. Munroi, B. Borg, M. Hartree, J. Gschwandter, J. Cother. Lucindale: P. Baker, D. McCarthy, S. Freeman. Best - Naracoorte: C. Beggs, M. Hartree, R. Jones, J. Cother, J. Bettoncelli, J. Gilbert. Lucindale: M. Snowball, D. McCarthy, P. Baker, T. Ware, T. Menz, S. Freeman.

KNT Goalkickers Nathan Frederick Sam Logan Clint Barras James McEntee Adam Merrett Tim Harkness Tom McLennan Sam Braidwood

Left (from top) - Wade Chant looks to break away thanks to a shepherd from Kyle Cawthorne during senior colts action at the weekend; Candice Merrett looks to clear the ball from the defensive third for Port MacDonnell during Mid South East A grade netball action at the weekend; Will Macdonald looks to give off a handball on a day when the classy utility kicked nine goals; Luke McIntyre looks to avoid landing in the back of Alex Clements during A grade football action at the weekend. Below - Port MacDonnell A grade coach Tegan Merrett manages to gain possession despite the pressure being applied all around her by the Robe defenders. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.

Bordertown Naracoorte Keith Penola Mundulla Kaniva-Leeor Padthaway Border Districts Kybybolite Kingston Lucindale

% 65.86 69.86 63.81 61.84 53.30 47.48 46.11 43.14 39.64 37.78 24.21

Pts 28 20 20 20 16 8 8 8 8 2 2

KNT Netball Results A Grade Border Districts 41 d Kybybolite 31; Naracoorte 48 (S. Logan, S. duRand) d Lucindale 30 (T. Wheaton, C. Williams); Penola 32 (S. Skeer, K. Nankivell) d Kaniva-Leeor 30 (N. Rich, E. Hawker); Bordertown 52 (A. Milne, E. Orrock) d Mundulla 29 (H. Jeffries, A. Reilly); Padthaway 43 (S. Day, A. Wood) d Kingston 35 (B. Clark, T. Gluyas).


45 39 37 36 35 29 22 20

KNT Seniors Ladder

A Grade Hobitz 52 (R. Neal, K. Stewart) d Zodiacs 31 (N. Blachut, M. Phillips); Vicis 62 (G. Richards, Y. Versace) d Intruders 33 (L. Thomson, N. Rutkowski); Saints 65 (K. Schmidt, R. Primmer) d Amazons 40 (T. Smith, H. Bates).

Bordertown Naracoorte Border Districts Keith Penola Bordertown Padthaway Kingston

Western Border Soccer Association Premiership round three Sharks v Portland A Grade Portland 7 d Sharks 3 B Grade Sharks 7 d Portland 0 Under 17 Sharks 3 d Portland 1 Under 14 Portland 3 d Sharks 1 Under 12 Sharks 4 d Portland 0

Centrals v Millicent A Grade Centrals 2 d Millicent 1 B Grade Centrals 1 d Millicent 0 Under 17 Centrals 6 d Millicent 4 Under 14 Centrals 6 d Millicent 0 Under 12 Centrals 7 d Millicent 0

Blue Lake v Apollo A Grade Apollo 3 d Blue Lake 1 B Grade Apollo 8 d Blue Lake 0 Under 17 Apollo 7 d Blue Lake 3 Under 14 Apollo 4 d Blue Lake 0 Under 12 Apollo 3 d Blue Lake 1

International v Naracoorte A Grade Inter 6 d Naracoorte 0 B Grade Inter 3 d Naracoorte 0 Under 14 Inter 3 d Naracoorte 2 Under 12 Inter10 d Naracoorte 0 (mercy rule)

Below - Former Adelaide United striker Christino Dos Santos Rodrigues held a soccer clinic on Saturday for Western Border Soccer Association team preparing for the State junior championships. He worked with the under 11, 12 & 13 players (below top) in one session and the under 14, 15 & 16 (below bottom).

Lower South East Hockey Association Round Six Division one men - Cavaliers 1 d Strikers 0; Tigers 10 d Redbacks 0; Division one women - Tigers 4 d Redbacks 1; Division two women - Cavaliers 0 drew with Strikers 0; West 4 d Tigers 3; Redbacks 4 d Drifters 1; Division three men - West 2 d Cavaliers 0; Redbacks 6 d Tigers 2; Division three women - Tigers 4 d West 1; Drifters 2 drew with Redbacks 2; Under 15 boys - Cavaliers 3 d West 2; Redbacks 4 d Tigers 1; Under 15 girls - West 7 d Cavaliers 2; Redbacks 1 d Tigers; Under 13 boys - Redbacks 6 d Tigers Black 0; Cavaliers 5 d Strikers 0; Under 13 girls - Cavaliers Black 5 d Strikers 0; Tigers 4 d West Green 1; Redbacks 2 d West Blue 1.

Far left (from top) - Centrals under 12 player Archie Muller kicks the ball into Millicent’s Clair Davey; Henry Muller slides into this kick; under 12 Centrals player Riley Burn drives this ball long out of defence. Above (from top) - Millicent’s Nathon Tucker jumps into the contest as Centrals’ Brayden Barker arrives during under 17 action at the weekend; Millicent’s Nick Ross and Centrals’ Lewis March tussle for possession during under 17 competition at Bishop Road.

MOUNT GAMBIER COMMUNITY RSL ROUND SEVEN PENNANT RESULTS Kilsby Shield - Post-Tel 58 d Glenburnie 44; Kongorong 79 d Mil Lel 38; Commercial Gold 60 d RSL & District Gold 53. Malseed Shield - Moorak Red 61 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 40; Saints 56 d OB Flat 41; Mount Gambier Bowls Club 86 d Yahl 39; Blue Lake Bowlers 49 d Moorak Blue 43.

South East Coast Basketball League results

Above - Joe Fortanier (left) and Lindsay Warneke were the winners at the Millicent Bowls Club 2-4-2 last Thursday. The Scott Group of Companies was the sponsor of the day. Their score of 35+22 was one of the best scores this competition has evenr seen in what was a superior display of draw bowling by the duo.

Above - Clare Black receives her SportsSE Sports Star Award round six winner of the athlete category. The 97 year old was unable to make the formal presentations but STAR CLUB field officer Josephine Duigan presented the avid bowler with her award at the Mount Gambier & District RSL Bowls Club, where she is the only remaining founding member of the 50 year old club. Clare still bowls once a week at the club where her name appears numerous times on the honour board. - 038

Men Wizards 93 (N. Morrison, M. Parslow 26; P. Loring 17) d Roos 83 (L. Blicavs 31; M. Van Schaik 22; M. Markiewicz 14); Cougars 73 (K. deWit 26; S. Stafford 22; A. Nicholson 11) d Panthers 68 (J. Ryan 28; M. Mott 16; T. Brown 14); Bulldogs 105 (S. Sochacki 28; M. Berkfeld 25; S. Berkefeld 22) d Millicent 80 (J. Murohy 23; P. Todd 18; J. Telfer 14). Women Cougars 54 (G. Green 19; C. Horrigan 13; E. Cunningham 10_ d Panthers 41 (B. Walters 15; A. Close 7; K. Lockwood 6); Millicent 65 (S. Allan 22; A. Walker 13; S. Houlihan 10) d Bulldogs 49 (K. McDiarmid 18; T. Gray 13; M. Amy 8).

South East Women’s Football Association round four results Seniors United 2 (K. Durbridge, S. Mariano) d Portland 0; Palace 6 (A. Hales, C. Addicott 2; K. Seiler, T. Andrews) d Wanderers 0; County 5 (G. Peate 2; S. Thomson, L. Smith, L. Mircham) d Millicent 1 (J. Grgetic); Villa 3 (A. Beck 2; J. Donaldson) d City 2 (E. Gilcrist, E. Birch). Under 14 Palace 4 (K. Kourmouzis, E. Firth) d Mount 0; County 5 (G. Peate, B. Thomson 2; L. Smith) d Millicent 0..


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his two older brothers who both always had Holden cars growing up. “Every weekend

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said. “I was always dreaming that I would own my Holden car one day just like them.” And not only does he own one but he owns one of the more unique Holdens going around. The left hand drive was built in 1967 at the Elizabeth plant in Adelaide and was exported to Hawaii where it was sold to a US serviceman who took the car to Washington DC. Only three years into its life, this HR was already well travelled. In 1970, the car enjoyed somewhat of a homecoming when the serviceman was relocated to Alice Springs to work at the Pine Gap tracking station and he brought his Holden with him. For the next four years, the car was driven every day before it was sold in 1974 to a car collector. That collector happened to be a friend of Peter but the car wouldn’t become his until September 2000. It was on display at the Stuart Auto Museum for five years and then was put in storage until Peter put in his offer for the rare example of Holden motoring. Only just over 250,000 HRs were produced and less than 2000 were left hand drive, with only 133 of those the same make and model of the one Peter now calls his own. It is the only one in Australia. cont. page 45 Above (top) Peter and Chika Sneddon’s left hand drive HR Holden. Above - The interior of the left hand drive HR. - 042



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Peter was also fortunate that the car was in amazing condition so there was no need for any restoration but more akin to a lick and polish. “I am really looking forward to meeting people with the same interest in HD & HR Holdens and having conversations about their cars,” he said. “It is also a thrill for me to give people the chance to see a rare left hand drive HR that most of them will never have seen before.” Of course, local organisers are thrilled to have secured the rare vehicle as a showpiece at the 2013 event. Local enthusiasts Paul Davis and Jason Fewins almost singlehandedly secured the 2013 HD & HR Holden

Nationals for Mount Gambier. 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 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. Above - Peter Sneddon’s left hand drive HR Holden. Below - One of the

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