Lifestyle1 magazine Issue 485

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COVER Making

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It was a project 12 months in the making but means Carol Downing and Kerry Guerin have left no stone unturned in getting Mount Gambier’s newest laundry and cafe just right. It boasts stateof-the-art technology and is all about enjoying the experience in a safe, clean and user friendly environment. Combining a cafe with their laundry service business is as much about providing the cafe experience to the eastern end of town as it is making sure their laundry patrons are well looked after while they wait for their washing and drying to get done. If bigger is better, the Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe

is the best going around. Carol and Kerry have sourced the highest quality, commercial grade washing machines and dryers that have the capacity to wash huge loads. So from a big family wash to the footy club’s guernseys, from the linen run from a motel to a bachelor’s weekly underwear wash, the Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe has the machine and cycle to suit your needs. And during cafe opening hours, which are 8am-5pm, Monday to Friday, and 9am-5pm on weekends, staff are on hand to help you operate their technologically advanced machines. The laundry is open

5am-midnight every day and has a great security system with cameras and ample lighting to make sure you’re safe, whatever time of the day or night you have free to do your laundry. It offers auto dispense washing powder free of charge and boasts 26 minute wash cycles. The large machines can fit up to 20 queen size sheets, which means you can really cut down on the number of loads needed. It is also perfect for doonas, blankets and underlays because of the large machine capacity. There is also a designated machine for pet blankets, meaning theMt Gambier Laundry + Cafe caters

for all those previously hard to clean options. There is a wash, fold and dry service as well as an ironing service and while you wait there is free WiFi, a 42” plasma television and, of course, the cafe. Genovese coffee is their blend of choice with a wide range of homemade treats on offer. “Some are wicked and some are healthy,” Kerry said. The Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe also offers its food and beverages as a take away option. With a shower installed as well and the ample parking on offer, that also provides room for trailers, caravans and motorhomes, the

Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe is targeting the tourism market as well as local support. And that support has already been amazing. “The response has already been really positive,” Kerry said. “We’ve only been open six weeks and we’ve already had a lot of repeat business.” The Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe is located at 165 Commercial Street East in the Jetts Fitness and Civic Video shopping precinct. You can also call the girls on (08)8723 2315, log onto their website www.mtgambierlaundry. or head to their facebook page. Above - The Mt Gambier Laundry + Cafe team - Carol Downing, Manda Bozic and Kerry Guerin.

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City Snapshot #17

MESSAGE FROM THE CITY Over the past month we have asked our residents and ratepayers to participate in the consultation for the draft 2013/2014 Business Plan and Budget; generating a healthy public discussion. The majority of comments received from members of the community whom actively participated in the consultation, expressed concerns that include; the proposed rate rise, the level of debt and the number of projects. A number of comments supported Council’s direction and encourage Council to get on with the projects identified in the Long Term Financial Plan, even though it necessitates borrowings and a proposed 6.9% rate increase. Overall, Council have been impressed by the strong sense of commitment within the wider community for the continued, sustainable development of the City of Mount Gambier. The consultation has provided Council with a number of issues to consider in the budget deliberations, prior to final adoption of the 2013/2014 Business Plan and Budget. As a community we are the custodians of state-of-the-art facilities that support Councils strategy to promote business attraction; with significant infrastructure projects including the Mount Gambier Library, the Main Corner, the refurbishment of the Commercial Centre of the City, the redevelopment of the Railway Lands and the former Mount Gambier Hospital site all contributing to this. A taste of the return on this investment to the community will be felt with the influx of thousands of participants that will be visiting our City in the coming months for the Great South Coast Bike Tour, SuperX, Great Victorian Bike Ride, Legends of the Lake Hill Climb, Blue Lake Fun Run and Christmas Parade; providing a significant boost to our local economy and elevating our standing as a serious contender for Event Tourism. The Mount Gambier Library continues to add richness to the social fabric of our community, providing services and resources which enable us to connect and engage with one another in an open, welcoming and friendly place accessible to all. The Main Corner captures the stories of our heritage and culture, providing a unique and interactive experience for both locals and visitors alike. Both of these facilities offer a place for schools, groups and individuals to meet, learn, research and conduct business. Given some of the current challenges our region is facing during this economic climate, Council remains committed to improving our quality of life by maintaining strong financial responsibility and continuing to engage with the community to ensure that we achieve our vision of building a vibrant and sustainable City. In this exciting time of progress, our sense of pride remains firmly intact, as we mature and grow together and strive for Mount Gambier, the most liveable City in Australia ‘Beyond 2015’. Steven PERRYMAN

NEW BIN LID STICKERS The City of Mount Gambier is now supplying coloured stickers for all existing household wheelie bins. The stickers tell you what can and cannot go in each bin, with a colour code making it easier to tell bins apart. Council will be placing stickers on the lid of every household bin, so if your bins have not received a sticker whilst others in your street have, please contact Council. It is important that you put your bins out by 6.00am on your bin collection day, leaving them out until the end of the day. Each bin MUST have a sticker on the lid; after three months, only bins with stickers will be emptied. So if your bins are missed, let Council know. If you have any questions regarding the new bin stickers, please contact Council on (08) 8721 2555 or

ONE LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Work has begun on joining the Mount Gambier Library to the South Australian public library ‘One Card’ network. The ‘One Card’ network is connecting more than 130 public libraries across our State and will enable members to borrow and return items wherever they are in South Australia with their current library card. The new service will also give members 24/7 access to an online catalogue where over 4.5 million items including books, DVDs, CDs and magazines can be found and reserved for delivery to their library of choice. Our digital holdings, online databases and e-resources are also planned to be integrated into the new catalogue. Further information on the ‘One Card’ network will be available from the Mount Gambier Library in coming weeks.

CBD REDEVELOPMENT Works are currently underway on the second stage of the CBD redevelopment project from Elizabeth Street to Gray Street, with paving mostly completed on the north side. Pavers and landscaping elements need to be installed at the OK Pie Shop protuberance, which is scheduled to occur once the main footpath areas on both sides have been completed. Although timeframes have not been set, it is anticipated that stage three works from Gray Street to Bay Road will commence shortly after the completion of stage two works. The CBD redevelopment project is progressing according to schedule and there have been no major obstacles encountered to date.

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PEEL, POUR OR POP YOUR WAY TO A HEALTHY BREAKFAST OPAL’s current healthy lifestyle message is ‘A healthy brekky is as easy as...Peel, Pour, Pop’. A healthy brekky provides a great start to the day and helps kids’ learning and concentration; whilst providing vitamins and minerals needed for a healthy body. Breakfast consumption is an indicator of a healthier lifestyle and better quality diet, which includes increased consumption of fruit and vegetables, and reduced intake of soft drinks. To give kids the best chance of enjoying a healthy breakfast parents are encouraged to: • limit snacks after dinner • put children to bed earlier • wake up in plenty of time for kindy, school or other activities • turn off the television in the mornings • set an example by eating breakfast with your children New information about healthy eating and physical exercise will be regularly provided to help you make healthy choices in your life. The City of Mount Gambier also supports the campaign of a healthy brekky, by co-ordinating activities to make sure healthy choices are easy for you and your family. For further information contact OPAL Manager, Deb Agnew on 8721 2588.

The City of Mount Gambier and Flinders University will be hosting a two-day workshop with Dr George Otero and Professor John Halsey which will be held at City Hall, Mount Gambier on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th September 2013. In response to the level of interest received supporting future workshops, we will be celebrating the first anniversary of ‘Rural Communities...Education for the 21st Century’ with the next steps, ‘Social Capital and Communitybased Education and Learning: From Agency to Relationshipbased Services’. The aim of the workshop is to reconnect with the content and input from the rural lecture/seminar and to engage participants in the process of moving toward relational, whole of community based ways of providing education, human services and support. The outcome of this workshop will be a framework of action statements that can set the course for our future education and learning direction. If you would like to participate in this innovative two day workshop and contribute to developing a whole of community model to support education and please contact Manager Community Services & Development on 8721 2587.

SHOP LOCAL TO WIN GATEWAYS PRECINCTS URBAN DESIGN PROJECT Works on the Gateways Precincts Urban Design Project are currently underway, and feature landscaping treatments, lighting, stormwater management, improvements to pedestrian/bicycle pathways and other similar works; all associated with making the entrances into Mount Gambier more appealing to both the local community and visitors to the City. Tree plantings have occurred on the Pick Avenue, Jubilee Highway corner with feature lighting to some of the trees to be installed later this month. Tree plantings have also occurred on Jubilee Highway West together with native grasses in part of the road verge drainage basin; feature lighting to the trees will again be installed in the coming months. Both tree and grass plantings have been completed adjacent to the Blue Lake Sports Park, as well as Pick Avenue as part of the Gateways and median island upgrade works. Council have funded those elements within the project that directly relate to the City of Mount Gambier; aiming to provide a snapshot into the landscaping and gardens likely to be encountered on arrival to our City.

The City of Mount Gambier has partnered with The Border Watch in an exciting new campaign to encourage residents to shop local. By simply shopping at any one of the 27 participating businesses throughout the City, you can go in the draw to win one of two $200 shopping sprees each month in June, July and August. As part of the promotion participating businesses will put forward special offers, which will be published in The Border Watch every Wednesday for the next three months. To enter the draw to win, shoppers must complete an entry form and submit it into an entry box which will be clearly marked and on display in businesses. Mayor Steve Perryman said the City of Mount Gambier was pleased to support local businesses and promote economic prosperity. “I encourage the community to shop locally, participate in the campaign and play your part in creating a dynamic central business district,” he said. For further information and a full list of participating businesses see each Wednesday edition of The Border Watch.


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NAIDOC Week Ceremony & Community BBQ Lunch Cave Garden AUGUST Sci World Sunday Science Fair Main Corner Complex AUGUST Rotary Career Expo TAFE SA, Wireless Road West AUGUST Tour Of The Great South Coast Bike Ride Vansittart Park – CBD Circuit Blue Lake – Town Circuit SEPTEMBER Limestone Coast Regional Games Blue Lake Sports Park

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY Am I the only one who is over Facebook? I

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remember when I first started on Facebook. To

be honest I was never the biggest fan in the world

but it had its positives. I enjoyed the fact that I could find out where my old school friends were and gloat about how much better my life was than theirs. Sure, they were cool at high school but now they were bald and I still had my full head of curly hair. As if that wasn’t enough, I could get rejected by dozens of women without even leaving the comfort of my lounge room. But lately my time on Facebook is nothing but frustration.

For starters I don’t remember the last time I made a new friend on Facebook. I think there was a two year window of opportunity from the time I started my account until the time that I had found every old friend, family member, former workmate, or female I vaguely knew and wanted to know a little better. I don’t like seeing people’s holiday photos. Back in the day, people would invite you to come to their house for a slide night to look at your photos. You then had the ability to make an excuse so you didn’t have to sit through it. Now, you’re innocently trying to find photos of that cute chick from the pub and you have to troll through dozens of photos of John from accounts’ recent trip to Dreamworld. I’m not interested in your trip to Dreamworld, John. It puts me into my own little private dream world. People’s status updates are really bugging me lately as well. You can’t just put anything on there and expect people to be interested. “After years of agonising gut aches I’ve worked out the problem.

Dairy products!” It’s lucky you told us. I don’t care. “Watching the devil wears prada.” Annoying on so many levels. No-one needs to know what you’re watching. You’re not really watching because you’re updating your Facebook. Are you bragging because if you are that is the worst brag ever? It’s the name of a movie; get some capitals chimp. Back in the day if you walked around saying these random statements you’d be in a very nice white jacket and a padded room before you knew what was happening. If you’re not sure if your status update is worth sharing, ring a random phone number and say the exact phrase you were planning on typing and see what they say. If they sound confused hang up and don’t post the status. If they try to engage you in conversation, feel free to type it onto your iPad. I don’t like the status update where you bitch about someone who did something at work, or pulled out in front of you while you were driving or charged you a surcharge for using credit card…oh wait. Anyway, if you

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can’t say it to their face, don’t say it on Facebook. Didn’t your mum tell you something like that? Another pet hate is the random photo of yourself which you took and obviously thought made you look hot. Are you that desperate and starved for attention that you need to fish for people to tell you how pretty you are? Or just completely self absorbed? Stop being so damn insecure. Likewise I don’t want to see photos of your kids. I’ve got my own. It just makes me sad to see that it happened to you too. This is kind of a joke. Anyway, that’s just a starting point. Maybe I should just remove my account. But how would my friends know what level I’m up to on Candy Crush. You can add me as a friend on Facebook if you think you’ll make a suitable friend or email me at

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JULY 12 & 19 Millicent Public Library School Holiday Program Join us for some Holiday Fun at the Millicent Public Library on Fridays. Exciting school holiday activities include storytelling, arts, crafts, books, bead making, fun food and more. Children will have a great time, and it will be a fun-filled morning for all. For more details call (08)8733 0903 or log onto the Wattle Range Council website.

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4 Francis Street

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14 Houston Drive

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4 Chute 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.

1 Mallee Street

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6 Queens Avenue


Majestic north facing executive family home overlooking a tranquil reserve – the trophy home!


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Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb city views by day OPEN or night. Beautifully appointed SAT and sympathetically restored. 11.00 - 11.30


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Exceptional private unit a moments walk to cafes, restaurants and retail OPEN therapy that offers SUN extra living area. 12.00 - 12.30

74 North Terrace

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!

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


Character home with plenty to offer with versatile floor plan, outside entertaining and quiet tree OPEN lined residential location. SUN Expect to be impressed 10.30 - 11.00 with this unique offering.


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7 Illawong Crescent


2/14 Doughty Street

22 Tumut Drive

A peaceful & private family home oozing quality & style, lovely renovated & feature packed – you won’t be disappointed!

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9 McDonald Street


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A roomy family home with an abundance of large shedding – bring the boat – bring the caravan! Desirable location close to schools and shops.

92 Orchard Road



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

1/48 Wehl Street North


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$375,000 3,648m2 (Approx)

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

Unit 11/54 Jubilee Highway West



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Well cared for home that offers easy care living with great outside entertaining, excellent shedding with rear yard access and two street frontage

32 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay


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A well cared for home – tastefully updated throughout. Fantastic location – two bathrooms – currently leased until Feb 2014 with a good return

86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell


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

2-4 Tawarri Crescent


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

2 Victor Street


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Central located unit currently leased at $120-00 per week – a great little starter!

130 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell



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A fantastic sea side home - great for a fancy holiday - offering sea views at a budget price - bring the kids the rods - the fish are bitting!


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State of the art seaside holiday accommodation opportunity. Accommodating the largest of groups in style & quality. Fantastic figures & future bookings – business or pleasure … don’t miss this!


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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 lifestyle! - 008


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$415,000 1,008m2

This amazing family home is unique and must be seen! Embracing architectural elegance and contemporary living. A serenely private setting amidst picturesque gardens.


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

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10 Talbot Road


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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!


17 Truman Street


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A wonderful spacious home on a beautiful established five acre (approx) setting. Big home - big entertaining and big shedding only minutes from town!


Unit 5/55 Bertha Street

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 Now

33 Peake Street

$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

9 Eustace Street


32 Montebello Drive

$230.00 pw 3

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Fantastic elevated lakes location - stunning city views & ultra position - don’t delay priced to sell!

Lot 10 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Brownes Bay


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Perfectly located a short stroll to the city centre and the lakes area - this lovely unit will be sure to impress - currently tenanted.

22 Pick Avenue


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Huge family home in popular residential area that offers extra large living areas and great floor plan.

• 3 bedroom home • Main with BI Robes • Open Kitchen/dine with electric cooking • Lounge with sc wood heater • U/c entertaining area • Single garage umr • Separate rear yard • No Pets • Available 8/7

92 Gray Street

$260.00 pw • 4 bedroom renovated home • Lounge with r/c air conditoner • Kitchen/dine with r/c air conditioner, electric cooking & dishwasher • U/c patio area • Single garage & carport umr • Pets Neg • Available Now

153 North Terrace

4 Heathfield Way

NEW $300.00 pw NEVER TO BE REPEATED PRICE! $165,000



Absolute beachfront with unobstructed sea views. Build your dream home or coastal retreat – approximately 5,482m2.

9 Ramsay Avenue


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$210,000 818m2

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

25 Pinecrest Court


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

• 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

3 Helpman Avenue

$300.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • Main with ensuite & WI Robe • Other bedrooms with BI Robes • Open living kitchen/dine/family area with dishwasher, gas & elec cooking • Gas central heating • Single garage umr with parking space alongside & rear yard access • U/c patio area • Pets Neg • Available Now

29 Eldridge Drive

8 Hilltop Avenue

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Large stone industrial workshop – total building area approx 292 m2 - plus office & toilet area – high clearance doors – two truck pits in main area – for further details contact agents

4 Margaret Street


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18 Blackwood Street offices

commercial - HUGE POTENTIAL

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Surprisingly spacious four bedroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac location. Three living areas and great entertaining – what more could you want!





A fantastic commercial opportunity in the heart of the city – huge freehold premises situated on approx 1915 m2 – prime position & potential! Has valuable frontage to Margaret Street and railway precinct which is ear marked for development.



17 Crouch Street South commercial

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

Lot 12 Bodey Circuit

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Great size allotment of 3851 m2 (approx) in popular Calula Industrial estate – prime opportunity - true value buying!

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$329,500 + GST (If Applicable)

Well located city centre property - 4 main rooms – large land area over 1000 m2 (approx) – fantastic consulting rooms or office – expand your business - 009

• 4 bedroom family home • Main with ensuite & WI Robe others with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine area with r/c air conditioner, dishwasher & elec cooking • Sunken lounge • Family room • Games room or teenagers retreat • Office with heaps BI cpds • Huge u/c entertaining area •Single garage umr with double length carport • Downstairs cellar • Close to school, footy ground & reserve• Gas central heating • No Pets • Avail Now

RENTALS - UNITS • 7/7 Sinclair Street $95.00 pw • 3/268 Commercial St West $110.00 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 • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West $220.00 pw • 2a Bond Street $320.00 pw • 7/13 Allison 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

$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 Now

RENTALS - HOMES • 4 Gerloff Street • 68 Milstead St, Port MacDonnell • 3 Robinson Street • 16 Peake Street • 33 Peake Street • 9 Ellard Street • 82 Bertha Street • 87 Bay Road • 9 Eustace Street • 92 Gray Street • 153 North Terrace • 3 Helpmann Avenue • 7 Lakewood Avenue • 29 Eldridge Drive • 20 Turnbull Drive

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10 Brookwood Terrace


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16A Bellevale Court


32 Hastings Avenue



OPEN SATURDAY 11.30 - 12.00pm SPOTLESS Two bedroom homette set on own title. Generous bedrooms both with built ins. Three way bathroom with separate shower and bath. L shaped lounge/meals with gas log fire. Full size kitchen with gas stove & h/plates and pantry. Family area with r/c a/c. Delightful tiled & sheltered pergola with lovely fernery. Single garage UMR with auto door. $7,500 Purchaser incentive- Conditions apply.

3/22 Hart Street, Mount Gambier


OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.15am 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.

9 Coral Court


OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30am 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.

NEAR THE HOSPITAL, GREAT INVESTMENT Modern 4 bedroom home offering easy living, Both formal and informal living areas. Stunning open plan kitchen/dine with stainless steel appliances. Large family room. Main bedroom with spacious walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Sheltered outdoor entertaining. Double garage under the main roof with valuable rear yard access. Single colorbond garage in the rear yard ideal for the tinkerer. Modern decor throughout.

2 Regent Court



THE RETURNS ARE HERE 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.

11 Woodcrest Close


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.

1 Ewens 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.

47 Bertha Street


THE ULTIMATE IN FAMILY LIVING Character fronted Cottage blended with a modern extension. Comprising of 6 bedrooms, the main bedroom has a stunning ensuite with double vanity. 4 remaining bedrooms have built in robes and are all double in size. Large home theatre/formal lounge. Stunning kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops and butler’s pantry. Open plan living areas with north facing views over the city. 3 way main bathroom with sparkling spa bath. Walk in linen press. Warmed with the choice of ducted gas central heating or slow combustion heating. Internal access from the double garage. Delightful alfresco entertaining with heating, all weather blinds and stacker doors for year round enjoyment. Serviced by rainwater. Detached shedding converted into a superb games room with reverse cycle heating/ cooling and built in bar. Rear workshop. Zoned Reidy Park Primary and short distance from Tenison Woods College. An inspection of this outstanding property is sure to impress

7 Shaughnessy Court


3/1 Millard Street

$149,000 - $159,000

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

RESIDENTIAL ALLOTMENTS 6A Gordon Street 7 Highland Drive 19 Mayflower Court U/C 7 Eyre Court U/C 7 Redwood Avenue




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.

5/184 Jubilee Highway West


STAR IN YOUR OWN “HOUSE RULES” Solid Mt Gambier stone home, comprising of up to 3 bedrooms. Built in robes in bedrooms 1 and 2. Large lounge with wood heating. Modern renovated bathroom. Spacious eat in kitchen/dining with electric cooking. Separate toilet. The bathroom shows you just how well this solid as a rock home can look. Add your own taste here and reap the rewards. Stone shedding and a nice deep block measuring approx. 991m2.

BRAND NEW AND COMPACT Neat as a pin 2 bedroom unit on the Western side of Mount Gambier. Electric stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, Internal access from the single garage under the main roof, Built in robes in the main bedroom Neutral decor throughout. Undercover outdoor entertaining. Very private. 2nd car park. Situated in Finchley Grove. Currently tenanted till the 28/03/2014 at $240 p/wk.


307m2 $59,000 883m2 $62,500 1425m2 $99,000 1105m2 $100,000 1196m2 $175,000

IT’S AS BIG AS A HOUSE With its floor plan size comparable to a traditional 3br MTG stone home, this unit has room! Brick solid construction, one of only 3 in the complex & next door to Hastings Cunningham Reserve. 2 double bedrooms both with built ins. Large open lounge & dining with s/c heating. Massive kitchen with upgraded bench tops. Bathroom has separate bath & shower + separate toilet. Garage UMR.

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

31 Sutton Avenue

12 Jardine Street



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.

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.

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 3/113 Sturt St - 2 bedrm unit. 1 bedrm w/ BIR’s. Open plan kit/lounge w/ elec cooking & heating. Sorry no pets. Avail 28/6/13 @ $140 p/wk 1/2A George St - Neat 2 bedrm unit, main bedrm w/ BIR’s. Lounge w/ gas heating. Kit w/ elec hot plates. Laundry w/ BI’s. Small lawn area. Sorry no pets. Avail 18/6/13 @ $190 p/wk 2 Gumbirra Crt - 3 bedrm house. Gas heating & cooking. Combined lounge/dining. Large enclosed pergola. Double garage. Pets negotiable. Avail 19/07/13 @ $200 p/wk

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


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 Wilson St - 3 bedrm home close to town. Near new kitchen w/ elec cooking + plenty of storage. Large yard + shedding. Avail 1/7/13 @ $245 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 - 010

I RLA 204710

27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!





67 Pinehall Avenue 2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

• 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

• A rus c, split level pine log cabin on approx 3 acres within city limits • comprising of 4 bdrms + study, 3 with BI robes, a mber kitchen with elec cooking, dishwasher & lge pantry • Master bathroom plus ensuite to main • S/C hea ng & open fireplace • Lots of sheds & 2 car garage & 2 carports

PRICED AT $247,000

PRICED AT $495,000



• Also low maintenance transportable home with 3 bdrm, 2 with BIR’s • Able to be rented out for $190 - $210 per week. • Beau fully terraced gardens • All the hard work is done





• Live the good life on approx 3ha at Moorak • A home of 4 bedrooms - Master with ensuite & parent’s retreat • BI Robes in bedrooms 2 and 3 • Stunning mber kitchen with 5 burner gas stove & BI dishwasher • Formal dining room with polished floor boards • Loads of sheds • Family room with french doors to verandah PRICED AT $435,000

New Price

5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION






• 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

• 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 $209,000

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.




• The last allotment le in this premier loca on • An elevated building site level and landscaped ready to go • Water and power connected • A sandstone and mber retaining wall and feature works to enhance the site • New boundary fence for extra privacy • Overlooking a public reserve & playground PRICED AT $99,500

New Price

20 Lasiandra Crescent A WINNER FOR THE BEGINNER





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

• Tastefully renovated three bedroom stone home • Immacuately presented with huge lounge featuring sn oversized bay window • Fully refi ed kitchen with pantry cupboard, dishwasher and central island • Cooktop bench & BI oven • Redecorated bathroom

PRICED AT $199,000

PRICED AT $259,500



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

3/11 WERONA STREET $100 PER WEEK 1 bdrm flat, electric hea ng & cooking 14 TALLARA AVENUE $185 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home, gas cooking, shower over bath, lge rear yard single carport UNIT 5/22 BURONGA AVENUE $200 PER WEEK 3 bdrm unit with BIR’s to all rooms, open plan kitchen/ dining & lounge, gas hea ng, sep bath, single detached lock up garage 11 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $$230 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home – 2 with BIR’S, garage UMR, electric cooking 55 MONTEBELLO DRIVE $262.50 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home, main with WIR & ensuite, open living, kitchen, dining, family, dishwasher, & R/C air cond, office, carport UMR, excludes dble garage. 2 HIGGS STREET $225 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home, updated kitchen, dishwasher & pantry, gas hea ng, sep family room, games room, pets nego able U3/35 ALEXANDER STREET $110 PER WEEK 2 bedroom flat, kitchen/dining/lounge area toilet in bathroom, courtyard size, rear yard. NO pets.

To Lease







• 3 Bedroom stone ex trust home • Great South Eastern loca on • Lounge & gas hea ng, Kitchen with dining nook • Office plus storeroom extension on the rear • Colorbond roof and aluminium windows • Two separate driveways • Spacious rear yard with access to public park

• Watch the planes come in to land from the living room window • Enjoy the 180 degree views of the city from the large balcony • Experience the tranquility of adjoining the Lakes reserve and access to the park like acres • A two story family home that features four bedrooms

PRICED AT $169,500

PRICED AT $675,000



– master with ensuite and WI robes • Large modern kitchen and dining with huge pantry • Si ng room with BI bar and formal dining • Central stair case linking the downstairs family room, billiard room, office, third bathroom and three car garage, workshop and storage area • Year round comfort with a ducted reverse cycle air

121 Commercial Street East VERSATILE OFFICES OR CONSULTING ROOMS • Great exposure to Commercial Street • Comprising 7 offices, recep on foyer, kitchen, sun porch and 2 store rooms • Rear on site parking for approximately 7 vehicles • Ducted gas hea ng system • Reverse cycle air condi oning to Recep on area • Front and rear access to carpark John Overmaat 0417 874 286

Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 RLA 100053 - 011

Mount Gambier

29464 Princes Hwy, Glenburnie



68 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier


36 Brolga Street, Mount Gambier





10.30 - 11.00am

11.00 - 11.20am

11.30 - 11.50am

26 Turnbull Drive, Mount Gambier $460,000

OPEN SUN JUNE 23 2.30 - 3.00pm


• Prominent location, 3 bedroom home on 8.5 acres • Great north facing entertaining area • Large workshop/garage & other sheds • Easy access for trucks & machinery • Comfortable home with 3 living areas WEB Id. 5385761 3 2 8 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

• 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

• 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

• 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, town water and shed WEB Id. 4702751 4 2 2.5 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

7 Murndal Court, Mount Gambier

1 Lange Street, Mount Gambier

7 Raleigh Terrace, Mount Gambier $336,000

8 Bluebell Drive, Mt Gambier




11.45 - 12.15pm

• 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 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo






12.30 - 1.00pm

1.15 - 1.45pm

• 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







2.00 - 2.30pm

• 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

• A home that incorporates indoor/outdoor living at its best • 4 large bedrooms • “Theatre Room” • Plenty of room for the caravan WEB Id. 3688151 4 2 3 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $222,000

33 - 45 Pinehall Ave, Mt Gambier





REDUCED • 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




Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

691 Nelson Road, OB Flat

• 2 Bedroom executive unit in lakes area • Both bedrooms with built-in robes • 3 way bathroom • Open plan living with gas heating • Single garage UMR with remote control door WEB Id. 4953345 2 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410




NEW LISTING • Large solid stone family home • 3 to 4 bedrooms with gas heating • Huge lounge room with polished timber floor • Games room or family room • Renovated stunning bathroom • Teenager retreat WEB Id. 5343420 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• One of the biggest sheds in the Southeast • Sheds, sheds and more sheds • Beautifully presented gardens • Too many features to list. • 3 Acres, room for pony


A8 Grieve Avenue, Naracoorte



Expressions of Interest

• Under instructions from Housing SA Asset Services • 1745 m2 vacant community title • Ripe for subdivision subject to council approval • Adjacent to soon to be demolished, Narkindie Park • Sealed road – power to boundary WEB Id. 5370104

• 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

Vacant Community Title Expressions of interest Closing 26th June 2013 at 2pm.

James Leake 0427 623 338

• Turn out block Kalangadoo/Mt Burr with ETSA • Industrial workshop with high clearance • 4 br home, large shed, 3 phase power, 5 mins to town • Cropping land Tantanoola/Millicent/ Penola

Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 24 Telford Street, Mount Gambier


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 and living room, enclosed rear yard with room for a shed and the kids to play. Situated opposite the Showgrounds. WEB Id. 5224218 2 1 0 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

PAUL NEEDS NEW LISTINGS Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285 26 Telford Street , Mount Gambier


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 rear yard with room for a shed and the kids to play. Situated opposite the Showgrounds. WEB Id. 5224545 3 1 0 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180







0419 806 410

0407 268 098

0408 853 180

0417 863 063

0428 849 882

0409 286 285

9 B ay Ro ad , Mo un t G am bier

ph 08 8723 0633 - 012

m tg a m b ie r @e l d e r m .a u RLA 62833

12 Paltridge Street, Mount Gambier



OPEN SAT JUNE 22 11.30 - 12.00pm 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.



1/14 Brigalow Crescent

2br 1 bath 1 car

avail now


3 Newton Crescent

3br 1 bath 0 car

avail end June


5/2 Underwood Avenue

2br 1 bath 1 car

avail now


7 Eight Mile Creek Road, Port MacDonnell 3br 1 bath 1 car

avail now


3 Griffiths Street Mount Gambier

4br 2 bath 3 car

avail now


33 Lake Terrace East

3br 2 bath 2 car

avail early July


CONTACT BARRY TODAY 0408 853 180 10 Greenway Pl, Mt Gambier


REDUCED $10,000 OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 10.50am

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

77 Clarke Rd

$350,000 - $385,000

11 Bellshire Place, Mt Gambier


• 2002 built home in quiet cul de sac in Conroe Heights • Open plan living/kitchen/dining, dishwasher, wall R/C • Double shower, spa bath, bidet, huge WIR • Rear yard access, views of park out onto park

• Tree Change Opportunity - Be Your Own Boss • Extremely rare lifestyle, work from home. • Easily run boutique, wine, cider, function room. • Cellar door and 2 bedroom home, potential B&B also solar. • 2.4 H.A, approx 1000 apple trees, 1ha vines Riesling & pinot noir.

• Step inside the entertainers delight, where the outside does not reflect what’s inside • Glossy tiled open plan living, red gum wall unit with feature artwork, • Fantastic kitchen with S/S restaurant style gas cooker • Under bench lighting, sinkerator, window benched office, ducted heating etc, etc, etc.

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

115 Orchard Road, Moorak





26 Ehret Street, Mt Gambier


30 Starline Drive, Mt Gambier $249,000


• 19 Orr Street Avail Now


• 8 Jarrah Street Avail 8th July $195 p/wk

RLA 115603

OPEN SATURDAY 11.50 - 12.10pm

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.20am

• 7 Barwon Crs Avail Now


• U1 4 Hartley St Avail 7th June $205 p/wk • Lot 21 Riddoch Hwy Avail Now $330 p/wk

• Sought after location on 4545m2 allot, close to Tenison + Moorak schools. • 5 bedrooms, BIR’s, main with ensuite. Fresh paints, carpets, new roof and fences. • Timber eat in kitchen, formal dining, heaps of features-lead light, ornate fire place, polished floor boards.

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

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1 Wehl St South MT GAMBIER

08 8724 9999


Sue Francis 0419 844 764

OPEN SATURDAY 12.15 - 12.45pm

1/48 Wehl St North, Mt Gambier $239,000

• Inner City Living for a Song • Beautifully located 3 bedroom duplex • Close to town on a 672m2 allotment • Renovated bathroom, polished floor boards, new aluminium windows throughout • New gas heater plus gas cooking • Rear yard access to single c/bond shed

Sue Francis 0419 844 764 7 Gumbirra Crt, Mt Gambier $169,000 - $179,000

• Unbelievable value in this deceiving family home. • New carpets, new kitchen, new laundry, new tiles, low voltage down lights & ceiling fans. • 3 brm, built in robes & shelving, lounge room plus family room with bar • Gas cooking, gas heating plus ducted elect R/C air conditioning

Sue Francis 0419 844 764 32 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier

• 58 Sea Parade Avail Now

$270 p/wk

• 77a Sea Parade Avail Now


• 14 Griffith St Avail Next Week $210 p/wk • 3 Eleanor Street Avail 28th June


• 76 Penola Road Avail Now

$260p/w $120,000

REDUCED OPEN SATURDAY 11.30 - 11.45am • 4 yo, 2 bedroom rendered unit so central that you could walk to every possible venue. • Large modern kitchen, 3 way bathroom, computer nook, tiled walkways • Two sliding door exits to north facing patio with blinds • Double auto garage with internal access

• 3 bedroom home • Kitchen with gas appliances. • Lounge/dine area with slow combustion heating • Ceiling fans and air-conditioning • Single garage. • Easy care gardens

• This 3 Bedroom duplex set on approx. 860m2 allotment • Close to Woolies, Chemist & Bakery and a short walk to town • Fresh paints inside & out, lovely polished floor boards & new blinds throughout

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Sue Francis 0419 844 764 - 013

• Updated kitchen with gas upright stove • Updated bathroom, new tiling & vanity • Enclosed private rear yard having a path to clothesline • A great opportunity to escape the rent trap for the first home buyer







OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

11.45 - 12.15

10.15 - 10.45

4 Thurston Street Mount Gambier


• Four bedrooms plus office or fifth bedroom • Three of the bedrooms have built in robes • Good size lounge room with gas fire off • Open plan kitchen / dining plus extra living room kitchen. Double length carport with auto door and internal access - Single garage

19 Sturt Street Mount Gambier

• 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 maintenance gardens

• Plenty of shedding • Large detached games room

9 Livingston Street Mount Gambier


• Built ins in 3 of the bedrooms. • Lounge room with a modern gas wall furnace as well as a quality S/C wood heater. • Kitchen/dining area with views toward the tower. • Sitting room or ideal as a study with gas heating. • Single garage in backyard & rainwater tank.



15 Victor Street Mount Gambier




7 Ronald Grove Mount Gambier

• 3 Bedroom very well maintained home • Large main bedroom with built ins. • Lounge room with lovely open fire place. • Large very well maintained kitchen/dining. • Solid stone extra length garage, 2 separate rooms to the rear & a workshop/storage area.


1 $92,000


4 Howard Street Mount Gambier

4 $152,000

• Front protected patio • Open wood fire, gas wall heater & A/C • Plenty of space in the kitchen & large lounge • Timber kitchen with gas oven & new gas cook top • Bedrooms 1& 3 have floorboards

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

• Two 6m x 6m Colorbond sheds

• Landscaped



17 Elle Court Mount Gambier

1 $219,000

• Three bedrooms, 2 with built in robes • Open plan kitchen , dining , lounge room • Impressive timber kitchen with electric cooking • Large lounge room with bay window and R/C A/C • S/C wood fire and tiled three way bathroom • Single garage UMR, enclosed backyard

PRICE 2 Noora Court 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 • Stunning conservatory style dining room




• 2 bedroom unit tucked away quietly at the rear • 2 large bedrooms, main with bay window & BIR’s • Good size lounge room. • Private low maintenance rear yard. • Large & very well presented kitchen/dining area • Garage UMR with internal access.


1 $231,500

• 4 bedrooms, 3 with built-in robes • Large open plan living area with built-in bar • Ducted gas heating, roller shutters to a majority of the windows. • Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area.

8 Bond Street Mount Gambier

• Currently tenanted. - 014


262 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier

1 $199,500

• 3-4 bedrooms • Impressive floor boards • Updated kitchen with dishwasher • Second living area with wood fire • Single garage on large allotment • Close to Tenison Woods College and Mount High School




1 $237,500

• Elevated 6 roomed residence on a large corner allotment of 956m2 • Separate dining room, modern kitchen • S/C wood heater • Separate 6m x 6m garage


1 $175,000


• 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.

2 3/36 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier




6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier

• Superb outdoor entertaining area






9.30 - 10.00



OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday












37 Canavan Road Mount Gambier

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

• All bedrooms with BIR’s • Comfortable lounge with gas heating • Slow combustion wood fire

11.00 - 11.30

4.45 - 5.15


• Well maintained stone and Colorbond home

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Friday


153 Wehl Street North Mount Gambier



PRICE 3 Miller Street Mount Gambier












4 Link Street Mount Gambier


4 $295,000

• 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


6A Gordon Street Mount Gambier

Lot 1 Crowe Street Kalangadoo


• Delightful 1920 bungalow of 5 rooms on .47ha of land • Only a couple of km south of The Blue Lake • Outdoor Living + orchard and gardens • Elevated site with a large garage/workshop building

51 Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier


• A vacant plot of land in the middle of the township with residential zoning • Take advantage of the Government Assistance new home grant of up to $23,500 till the 30/6/13 • Flat allotment of 307m2 idea for a small home

• 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

approx 100m2

Colorbond garage

or unit

• Conveniently located level ¾ area allotment

• Old stone dairy, timber garden shed.




2 Coombe Street Nangwarry

2 $130,000

• As new low maintenance 3 bedroom home • 3 bedrooms, main with plenty of BIR’s & S/S A/C • Large open plan living area S/S Air con • Spacious kitchen with loads of cupboard space and gas S/S cook top • Covered pergola area, plenty of rainwater

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



3 Lot 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

Lot 10 Springs Road Glencoe


• 3 bedrooms with built in robes, S/C fire in lounge room, 2nd large living area with bar and wood fire • Garage UMR, room for extra bedroom, rear stone garage, rain water plus bore, enclosed backyard into • Chook run with fruit trees, approx 3.5 acres fenced three paddocks. walking distance to general store

• 5/54 Jubilee Highway West


• 8/54 Jubilee Highway West • 3/149 Jubilee Highway West


• 3/36 Jubilee Highway West


• 4,5/8 Helen Street


• 1/35 O’Halloran Terrace





19 Jenkins Terrace Nangwarry


• 3 good size bedrooms, 1 with built-in robe • Open plan living, wood heating plus R/C A/C • Renovated kitchen with dishwasher • Renovated bathroom, 2 toilets • Double garage with concrete floor and power • Large playroom/studio

39 Oldbridge Road Nelson

162 Corndale Road Casterton


• Frontage of approx 32m & area of approx 1250m2. • This elevated building allotment enjoys spectacular views to the Glenelg river estuary & southern ocean. • SPECTACULAR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN ALLOTMENT



• 4/48 Crouch Street North • 6/7 Arbor Street REDUCED



• 36B Wehl Street North NEW PRICE $269,000 $310,000 • 36A Wehl Street North


• Allotments ranging in size from 3125m2 to 4166m2. • The choice of a block taking in panoramic views of the City or a lovely outlook of Attamurra Golf Course. • Vendor finance can be arranged if required. • All services are available to the allotments. • Got to be quick. Only 4 allotments left.



From $92,000

• Selection of residential allotments and larger country living allotments. • Smaller allotments from 687m2 • Larger allotments from 3000m2 or the choice of halving the allotment to 1500m2

• NEW PRICES from $92,000 - 015

$110,000 $80,000 $132,000. $142,000 ea.

2 Bradford court 2,550m • With large 15m x 7.6m Colorbond garage Vause Road Approx 2 ha • Colorbond shed and large rainwater tank Lot 7 Moonah Avenue Approx 817m2 32 Sydney Street Approx 700m2 Lot 12-14 North Nelson Road

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• 2/8 Lake Terrace West

Lakes Park Mount Gambier



• 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

Lot 2 and Lot 4 North Nelson Road • Lot 2 approx 787 m2 • Lot 4 approx 720 m2 2 Lot 3 Moonah Ave Approx 980m • Lovely panoramic rural outlook Bradford court x 2 2 • Two allotments approx 2,550m


Eldridge Drive, Mount Gambier Prices from $129,500 - $138,500


• 3 bedrooms, main with floating timber floors. • Open plan kitchen/family area • Lovely bathroom with spa bath. • Large double garage plus a HUGE carport • Include workshop, woodshed & garden shed. • Immaculate gardens, with a lovely cubby house





30 Laffer Street Nangwarry






• Neat and tidy established lawns and garden






• Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room • Enclosed front veranda currently being used for extra living space • Large decked veranda with rural views • 2 good size sheds, large allotment approx 1452 m2













3 21445 Riddoch Highway Moorak

• 19A Ehret Street




• Allotment 1 & 4 • Allotment 2 & 3

$174,000. $259,000 $95,000 $87,500

$82,500 $89,500 or $159,000 for all allotments

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2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier

2 Hirth Street, Mount Gambier $219,000


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

OPEN SAT 10.00 - 10.30am $7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER

CENTRAL ENTERTAINER Located on a corner allotment in a quiet cul-de-sac, close to the Commodore on the Park is this spacious 3 bedroom Mt Gambier stone family home. Offering BIR’s in 2 bedrooms, country style kitchen with new gas cooking, sep. dining with inviting wood fireplace, spacious lounge with gas heating, bathroom with shower, bath & separate WC. A magnificent attribute of the home is the polished timber floor boards. Outside features include converted garage to studio/music room with A/C (ideal for home office), paved undercover pergola area with TV recess and adjacent raised timber deck. Low maintenance gardens with excellent street appeal. Well priced for 1st home buyer or investor in a sought after central area.

OPEN SAT 10.45 - 11.15am

• Solid brick & tile home in great location with elevated views • Open plan kitchen/dining with elec cooking, b/fast bar, new r/c air-conditioning & lounge with gas log fire • Rumpus room with built-in bar & eightball table • Single garage UMR with remote 3 1 3 plus a double carport

• Superbly designed 4BR home located amongst quality homes in a well established area • Beautiful & private gardens with pop-up sprinklers • 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

58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $199,000

OPEN SAT 12.15 - 12.45pm




OPEN SAT 11.30 - 12.00 Noon

• 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 children or pets

14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $209,900

7 High Street, Mount Gambier

29 Willow Avenue, Mount Gambier $249,000 W SE NE EA L RE


• Up to $23,500 in Government Grants extended until December 2013 • Take your choice of 3 available allotments and house plans to suit • Plans range from 3BR/2 BATH/2 CAR incl 9ft ceilings, carpet & blinds 3 2 2 • Phone for details

• 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on corner allot. close to the city & schools • Spacious updated kitchen offers elec. cooking & pantry • Light-filled rumpus room & excellent undercover areas • Dble stone garage with low maintenance lawns & gardens • Currently leased @ $220/wk 3 1 2 until Nov 2013

• 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 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

2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $222,000 WE NERIC P

83 Wireless Road West, Mount Gambier $235,000

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

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier D $224,900 CE 0 DU4,00 E R $3

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• 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

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

• 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

19 DeGaris Street, Mount Gambier $639,000

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong

11 Thompson Court, Moorak

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

• Superbly presented Federation residence on a magnificent 1533m2 allotment in one of Mt Gambier’s prestigious streets • Features include brand new kitchen, 15ft ornate ceilings polished f/boards, Marble fireplaces, ducted under floor gas heating, 4 bay garage, 2 1 4 st access from Jardine & Mitchell St 4

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





8 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier

• 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







• 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 - 016



• 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

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

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

16 Church Street, Yahl

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

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266 Lange Road, Yahl $259,000

138 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell $249,000


OPEN SUN 11.00 - 11.30am

OPEN SUN 11.45 - 12.15pm

• Inviting 4BR Mt. Gambier stone home, situated in the quiet township of Yahl • Massive 15mx7.5mx3m clearance iron shed with rumpus room & 7.5mx12m high clearance carport • Brand new dine-in kitchen with elec cooking, d/ washer & large WI pantry, 4 1 8 plus ducted gas heating

• Delightful 3BR cottage on approx. 2.5 Acres with fantastic facilities for horses • Renovated throughout, modern kitchen with elec. cooking & d/washer, lounge with s/c heating • C/bond dble garage, dog kennels, 3bay machinery shed, 2 stables, tack room & wash bay 3 1 5 • A picturesque setting

72 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl

93 Racecourse Road, Kalangadoo $285,000 W SE NE EA L RE



• 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

• Picturesque country setting comprising 73 Acres, scattered with red gums on the outskirts of Kalangadoo • 3BR timber frame home with fenced house yard & dble iron garage • 3 main paddocks, 2 dams, steel c/yards with ramp & crush, various shedding 3 1 2 • R/water & equipped bore

346 Burnda Road, Compton

RESORT STYLE LIVING Fully furnished, as new quality built 4BR home offering breathtaking sea views of Pt MacDonnell’s spectacular coastline. Situated on a low maintenance corner allotment with rear yard access & room for extra shedding, this superior home will welcome your family with its spacious open plan living, comprising stylish kitchen with isl bench, elec cooking & s/s appliances, dining & lounge overflowing to large balcony. A fully enclosed alfresco area is perfect for year round entertaining. Completing the upper level is the master bedroom, stunning two-way bathroom with opulent corner spa, plus 2nd BR. The lower level has been well designed for children or guests, with a 2nd living area, 2 BRs, 2nd bathroom & laundry. Meticulous attention to detail has been carried throughout the entire home, with superior fixtures & fittings, porcelain tiles, ducted r/c a/c, pop-up sprinklers & dble garage with remote panel lift door. Currently used as a holiday rental, with good returns. Luxury, location & lifestyle – this property has got the lot!







6332 Portland-Nelson Road, Nelson $459,000

Lot 75 Holloway Street, Donovans $239,500 WIWO

• 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

• 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

• Colonial 4BR brick home with approx. 18 Acres on outskirts of Nelson • Massive sheds incl. 80’x90’ machinery shed, 36’x24’ c/bond shed & 14’x30’ c/bond shed • 13,000 gall r/water, equipped bore, solar HWS • Beautifully established gardens 1 6 with an abundance of native wildlife 4

• Elevated allotment of 1423m2 at the end of a cul-de-sac • 18m x 7.5m c/bond shed, tastefully converted to 2BR home with decked BBQ area & 2 bay 3.5m high clearance garage • R/water tanks with pump, equipped bore, landscaped gardens, established trees 2 1 2 & shrubs

148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC

4 Springs Road, Port MacDonnell $254,000

7 Sydney Street, Nelson

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


5 5. RES AC



$7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER • 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

36 Sheathers Road, Caveton

• 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

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl $449,000

• 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


• 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




• Stone’s throw from the beach, well presented 2BR, 2 Bath home with easy conversion to a 3BR home • Open plan kitchen & dining area with elec cooking & d/washer • Large family room with gas heating & r/c a/c • Large 2bay high clearance shed, 2 2 4 plus adjoining 3 bay garage

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

20 Banksia Street, Nelson RSD FEITE F O NV I

24 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell $149,000


• Enjoy the peace & tranquillity of the picturesque Glenelg River • 3BR home plus excellent shedding on low maintenance allotment • R/C A/C, S/C heating, 2 r/water tanks & equipped bore • Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent - 017




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

ADVERTORIAL I BLUE LAKE REAL ESTATE Nothing screams optimism about the future more than a new business opening its doors and that’s exactly what the team at Blue Lake Real Estate has done. Kathryn WeddellLucas has branched out on her own, bringing her 10 years experience in property services, and more recently, her almost four years in real estate sales, to a new venture looking to find you your dream

home, sell your current property, or manage your commercial and residential investment properties. Kathryn’s 10 years with the State Valuation Office and three and a half years on the ground in Mount Gambier in real estate sales has given her a firm grounding to provide the right blend of expertise and local knowledge to cater for all your real estate needs. And with the

Experience and optimism are the keys to success

support of Stacey Johnston, who brings more than a decade of experience in residential and commercial leasing, Blue Lake Real Estate is a one stop shop for a personalised and professional approach to your real estate requirements. Kathryn completed her real estate licence 18 months ago and boasts a commitment to exceptional customer service as the

cornerstone of her new business, which opened its doors this week in Gray Street. “We have the right people, expertise, resources and commitment to ensure a positive experience and the best possible result for you,” Kathryn said. The move out on her own has - 018

been one made with a huge amount of family support with her parents Don and Fay Weddell and sister Mary-Ann right behind her bold career choice. Sadly, her father passed away recently before he had a chance to see Kathryn’s dream turn into a bricks and mortar reality.

Kathryn’s husband Brenton and 16 year old son Aidan have also shown an enormous amount of support and faith in Kathryn. The new modern office will be open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm with staff contactable seven days a week. Blue Lake Real Estate

is eager to take on your listing or property management portfolio now so drop into 44a Gray Street, Mount Gambier or call (08)8725 7770 and talk through your needs with Kathryn or Stacey.

LOCAL Medical

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The Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health has its first public health physician trainee. Dr Elizabeth Peach has taken on the role and will develop her skills across a broad range of public health competencies over the three year advanced training program. Dr Peach, who is based at the Warrnambool office of GGT UDRH at Deakin University, is funded through the Federal Government’s Specialist Training Program. The

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM) training program gives trainees multiple skills in a wide range of areas such as research, health promotion at a regional and population level, working in the community, developing health programs and influencing health policy. Dr Peach said she was excited by the opportunity and pleased that a rural area had received funding for the training. “Because there are no public health physicians in this

part of Australia, there is huge scope for interesting projects,” she said. After the three-year training, public health physicians have a variety of options available to them. “I’m sure it will change over time, but at this stage I am keen to learn work in alcohol and tobacco control, obesity prevention, Indigenous and minority group health and health in developing countries,” she said. Dr Peach recently returned to Australia from France where she completed her Masters Degree in international development. During the three-year full-time equivalent program, trainees acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a public health physician by completing, with guidance from regional education coordinators, supervisors, and mentors, rotations through a variety of appropriate public health activities. The program is

available to doctors who have at least three years of medical experience, including two years of clinical experience, and who are enrolment in or completed a Masters Degree in Public Health. The AFPHM is a faculty of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and is committed to the practice of public health medicine and encouragement of public health research in the health and care of populations, promotion of health, prevention of disease and illness, assessment of a community’s health needs and provision of services to communities and specific groups. GGT UDRH Director Professor James Dunbar said securing a public health physician trainee was a great outcome for the region. “I am delighted to have secured the funding and attracted such a highly qualified candidate as Dr Peach,” Professor

Dunbar said. “She will be able to contribute to the department’s international standing in rural health research

and advise local health organisations on how to improve the health of people in the Greater Green Triangle.”

local art prize More than 30 students from schools across south-west Victoria have illustrated how drugs impact on communities and families. The students have submitted works to the Western Region Alcohol and Drug Centre (WRAD) art in schools competition where they are vying for more than $1000 in prizes. WRAD Improved Services Co-ordinator, Angela Alexander, said the competition had uncovered many interesting and thoughtprovoking pieces of art. “There is a fantastic range of artwork and very impressive creativity,” Ms Alexander said. Three judges are assessing the entries and the winners will be announced on June 21 during Drug Action Week at the ArtLink building in Koroit Street, Warrnambool.The works are currently on display.

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Below - Historic first public health trainee Dr Elizabeth Peach.

LOCAL Whales Whale season has arrived early this year, with several of the giant marine mammals spotted in Portland

are out in force this year waters in the past week. Fifteen whale sightings have already been recorded this year, with the first

whale for the season making a very early appearance, 200m offshore from Anderson Point on April 3 this

year. Both Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales have been sighted in recent weeks, appearing in the waters around Cape Bridgewater, Cape Nelson and Portland. Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that the whales attract many visitors to the Shire each year, and people hoping to spot one of the giant creatures can receive a little help with council’s Whalemail alerts. “The popular Glenelg Shire Council Whalemail email alert system enables Shire residents and visitors to receive email notifications

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whenever whales are sighted off the coastline of Portland, Cape Bridgewater or Cape Nelson,” Cr Stephens said. The Whalemail site has been highly successful, receiving thousands of visits since it was first launched in June 2011. To sign up for email notifications, or to check the archive of whale hotspots, go to www.whalemail. Glenelg Shire Council staff at the Visitor Information Centre in Portland, which is based at the Maritime Discovery Centre, are maintaining the website and email notifications.

Cr Stephens also reminded boaters to slow down and be careful when sharing the water with whales. “It’s important not to get too close to marine mammals when on the water – the Department of Environment and Primary Industries advises that boats are not permitted to approach within 200m of a whale and jet skis are not permitted within 300m of a whale,” she said. Southern Right Whales visit the waters around Portland each winter while they are transiting through the Southern Ocean.

at the region’s galleries July 13-September 8 Our Mob RIDDOCH ART GALLERY, MOUNT GAMBIER Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre, Our Mob is a Statewide exhibition of South Australian Indigenous art that celebrates the power of creative collaboration across regional boundaries and between arts organisations. The Our Mob concept was first born in 2006 and has toured ever since biannually through regional South Australia. See future editions of Southern Life for details of Naracoorte and Millicent exhibitions.

• Dance floor Until July 14 Victorian Guild of China Painters HAMILTON ART GALLERY, HAMILTON In an era when most porcelain is transfer printed the art of handpainted porcelain is a rarely seen treasure. Thanks to this dedicated group the fine art is not lost to our times. This will be the first exhibition in a public gallery of the work from the Victorian Guild of China Painters allowing the public to marvel at the beautiful skills presented. Works on display will have the option to be purchased with part of the proceeds donated to the Hamilton SES.

• Licensed & fully staffed bar until midnight • Hire Charge includes full kitchen facilities For bookings and further information call 08 8725 7739 or email:

New 2013/14 memberships. Under 25’s from $7.40 per week and introductory full from $10.96 per week. Enquire Now

Until July 19 Light & Life PORTLAND ARTS CENTRE, PORTLAND Local artist Mischelle Star presents an illuminating exhibition of bright colours to stimulate the senses, in scenes of landscape, abstract and contemporary illusions. She uses house paints and mixed media to create an exhibition of bold colours and texture, which relate to our light along our life path being illuminated for us in many different ways, so that we experience moments that become memories in our life. - 020



LOCAL Charity Mount Gambier has joined the suspended coffee revolution, an Italian tradition that has been endorsed by cafes around the world.

initiative takes off Earth Cafe, at Mount Gambier’s Marketplace had barely promoted their involvement but still managed to secure $100 in vouchers. The system

allows customers to pay for extra “suspended coffees”, and those down on their luck can visit later and ask if any coffees are available to drink. The voucher


Below - Salvation Army, Mount Gambier Corps Officer, Capt. Cameron Horsburgh and foster services manager Monica Hart Melanie Freeman

system was introduced to aid with the handing out of the “suspended coffees” by accredited community aid organisations including and the Salvation Army.

accept the suspended coffee vouchers from Earth Cafe’s Melanie Freeeman.


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at the region’s theatres July 17 & 18 Classic Triple Bill (Australian Ballet – The Dancers Company) SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE, MOUNT GAMBIER The Dancers Company, the regional touring arm of The Australian Ballet, is on the road again in 2013 to perform a dazzling triple bill of ballet gems in regional Australia. Paquita is a popular tutu spectacular that makes a welcome return to The Dancers Company repertoire after an absence of 22 years. Then there is the band new work by Simon Dow, exprincipal artist of The Australian Ballet and former artistic director of West Australian Ballet. The piece will be choreographed in a classical style and feature the young male dancers of the company, showcasing their athleticism and emerging artistry. And there will also be act three of Swan Lake, arguably the most iconic act of all ballets. July 19 It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To – HIT Productions HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, HAMILTON “Good evening. At 10.23 pm on Saturday, January 24, my doctor gave me three months to live. By my calculations, that leaves me with exactly... (looks at clock) 111 minutes. So Dawn’s invited the kids around for sausage rolls and saladas.” So opens Australian playwright Elizabeth Coleman’s deliciously funny and sweetly dark It’s My Party (And I’ll Die If I Want To). Gruff, well ordered, quintessentially Aussie family man, Ron, believes he is dying. In a magnanimous gesture of loving finality he arranges for his family to gather to give them the news and offer them a few last quality moments. Or is it? This fast-paced and lively comedy with a cast of six will be brought together by the proven HIT team.

DON PEGLER MP MEMBER FOR MOUNT GAMBIER June 2013 NewsleƩer WELCOME I know many of you found my ‘Pegler’s Podium’ ar cles in The Border Watch informa ve and a great resource for finding out what is happening in parliament. I will con nue to keep you, my cons tuents, informed by way of a regular newsle er. I would welcome your comment and feedback on any aspect, please feel free to contact my Electorate Office. GAMBLING REFORM The Government has introduced a bill on gambling reform which I am totally opposed to. If the bill is passed it will allow the Adelaide Casino to go from 995 to 1,500 poker machines. If the Casino cannot purchase these from exis ng venues, the Government will issue them with up to 300 extra licenses. The bill would also allow exis ng venues to go from a maximum of 40 machines to 60. I feel this is pandering to the big end of town, as the only venues that could afford to expand would be the major hotel chains and the likes of the Coles and Woolworths owned venues. Part of the bill that I do agree with is voluntary pre-commitment and the automated risk monitoring, this is a great step forward. The problem with this though is that the Federal Government is also implemen ng similar laws in 2 years me. If the bill is successful we could see a situa on where venue owners would have to implement one set of State rules now at great cost only to have to change them all in 2 years me under Federal law. RETIREMENT VILLAGES ACT REVIEW A er much lobbying by myself and others the government has agreed to set up a Parliamentary Select Commi ee to review the Re rement Villages Act, which has not been reviewed since 1987. In rela on to the forma on of this commi ee, no doubt the results will be that it will make recommenda ons on how we can make changes to the act. These changes should not be seen as threats to either the residents of re rement villages or the administering authori es. I strongly support the fact that both the residents and the administra ng authori es

must know what their obliga ons are to each other and to the corporate body. We have several re rement villages in Mount Gambier, and I quite o en have residents come to see me with their concerns about how their cons tu on and management commi ees work. An important component of the Act is that re rement village cons tu ons need to spell out very succinctly what the powers are of those management commi ees in se ng fees and their vo ng processes and en tlements so that everybody knows exactly where they stand. We have sent out le ers to the residents and managers of our re rement villages to inform them of this review and to give them the opportunity to make comment. GOVERNMENT INFRASTRUCTURE The extensions to the Mount Gambier Prison are on track for a mid-year opening at a cost of $23 million. The new prison will house an extra 108 inmates and provide addi onal employment opportuni es in the region. There are also benefits for our local service contractors, food and merchandise suppliers. The Mount Gambier Prison will be further expanded to include a 60 bed low-medium security accommoda on unit to be constructed over the next three years. This will bring the total capacity of the prison to 340 prisoners. The site for the new ambulance sta on at the corner of Crouch Street South and Sturt Street has been prepared and building should commence early July and be completed by February 2014. The cost of this project is $3.5 million. The extensions to the hospital should have commenced by now but there seems to be a disagreement between the government and the property owner. Hopefully this ma er can be quickly resolved so that redevelopment works can commence in the not too distant future. At a cost of $27.5 million we will see accident and emergency facili es more than doubled, we will go from six to ten dental chairs, there will be a new six bed mental health ward and 22 extra car parks among other things.

GRANTS AND SUPPORT LETTERS I am always available to write support le ers for clubs or organisa ons who wish to apply for any grants for funding. As funding opportuni es arise my staff and I will keep you well informed via media releases, on my website or alterna vely you can contact my office for the latest funding informa on at any me. Recent successful recipients of various grant funding include:- Mount Gambier Italo Australian Club, Saints United Tennis Club, Cavaliers Hockey Club, Lifeline SE, Stage 2 Cellulose Fibre Chain Study, Port MacDonnell foreshore & CBD redevelopment, Tarpeena Progress Associa on, Mount Gambier & District Saleyards Upgrade, Moorak Hall and Meals on Wheels Mount Gambier FLAG REQUESTS I receive many requests from schools and community organisa ons for new or replacement Australian and South Australian flags. Recently I a ended Gordon Educa on Centre to present a new Australian flag a er receiving a very hear elt le er from one of their students, Georgia. It was indeed a pleasure to meet with Georgia and her classmates and make this presenta on to her and the Gordon Educa on Centre community.

PATS SCHEME A er much discussion and intense lobbying by Geoff Brock, Member for Frome, Lynn Breuer, Member for Giles and myself with the Hon Jack Snelling, Minister for Health, he has finally agreed to a review of the Pa ent Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS). PATS is a

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The Regional Victoria Open Day, an event designed to put city people wanting to move to regional Victoria in touch with key information sources, has been a big success with visiting guests. Over the long weekend Glenelg Shire Council hosted 19 metropolitan individuals from six family groups, who expressed a genuine interest in relocating to Glenelg Shire. Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that the inaugural event gave city guests plenty of opportunity to come to the south west, speak with locals about their potential relocation and see for themselves the many unique drawcards our shire has to offer. “A networking function to

help the visitors make community connections was held on Saturday in council’s reception room, with a range of community organisations including schools, health organisations, service clubs, recreation groups, employment agencies and real estate agents on hand to meet our visitors,” Cr Stephens said. “On Sunday the visitors enjoyed a coach tour of the shire which departed from Portland, travelling via Heywood to Casterton where they were able to experience the excitement of the Kelpie Muster. “They then travelled on via Dartmoor to Nelson for morning tea, and afterwards took in the beautiful coastal

route to Cape Bridgewater before returning back to Portland. “Over the weekend many of the visitors commented on our shire’s beautiful natural environment, the relaxed pace of life, and our warm and welcoming community. “They all spoke very highly of their experience and have now returned home with new knowledge of the Glenelg Shire - some will seriously consider moving here in the near future if employment opportunities arise, and for others the Shire represents a great choice as they consider retirement options.” The Regional Victoria Open Day program will be hosted by councils throughout regional and rural Victoria from May

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Don’t ignore your glaucoma family connection Mount Gambier optoetrist Brad Mann is reminding people who have a family history of glaucoma to have their eyes examined regularly. “If you have a family member who has glaucoma, there is about a four times greater likelihood of you developing the disease,” said Mr Mann.“People with a family history of glaucoma need to have their eyes examined every two years unless otherwise specified by their optometrist.” Glaucoma can be treated effectively, especially if it is detected early. Early detection increases treatment options, which can significantly slow the progression of the disease. He would also encourage people with glaucoma to play an active part in reminding their family members to book an eye

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Drover is the son of the most expensive working dog sold in the history of Clark Rubber Australian Kelpie Muster and at less than three months old he’s already following in his father’s paw prints. Last year Tom set tongues wagging with a record price tag of $12,000 at the Clark Rubber Casterton Working Dog Auction. This year Didier Malcolm set a new record of $2500 for a pup with `Drover’, one of Tom’s offspring. Didier, from Glenburn, joined his three-year-old female red and tan kelpie Sheila with Tom, resulting in puppies Kimba and Drover born about 12 weeks ago. Paul and Jean Weeding, from the Okehampton Merino stud in Tasmania purchased Tom from Tasmanianbased trainer Matthew Johnson at last year’s auction for an Australian record $12,000. “I loved Tom; the way he worked, the way he responded and his personality,” Didier said. “But someone wanted him very badly and paid $12,000 and I missed out. “So I thought of the next

best option and asked the new owners if they would let me join Sheila with him. “They agreed and so Sheila spent a week in Tasmania and we finished up with two puppies.” First-born Kimba is now with Didier’s father Chris Malcolm. Didier, 19, said Drover was a very good dog. “He is big and switched on and very energetic, just like his dad,” he said. “He has big ears and paws and legs which he will grow into.” At a young age, Drover

is revealing his natural instinct for herding sheep. “He is very inquisitive,” he said. “We’ve had him around livestock and he’s already showing a natural ability to herd.” Didier said both pups sired by Tom were excellent. “They are both clever and cheeky with great personalities, which is really important,” he said. Didier plans to join Sheila again and hopes for similarly successful litters. Tom also returned to Casterton this year to compete in RMA Working


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Below - Sponsors representative Chris Malcolm, Kerryn Valkenburg, Nadege Malcolm, Drover (Pup), Didier Malcolm (Vendor), Susan Boyd (Buyer), David Boyd (Buyer) and their daughter Selinda Boyd. Photo courtesy of Ann James.

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New South Wales kelpie Mia is now a national champion. Mia, bred and handled by Rick Jones, of Broken Hill, won the $8000 RMA Working Dog Futurity at the Clark Rubber Australian Working Dog Muster at Casterton on

the Queen’s Birthday weekend. Mr Jones was handling the dog for new owner Doug Coombes from Hay. With three dogs in the final of the futurity, Mr Jones had a good chance of success but had to fight off a tough challenge from Lessie

Charlie, handled by Ian McDonald, winning 144 points to 140. “She’s a handy dog,” Mr Jones said. “She suited the sheep and worked well with them. It’s just the luck of the day.” Mr Jones was handling the dog for new owner Doug Coombes from Hay. He said winning the event was a great honour. “This is the blue chip event in Australia,” Mr Jones said. The winner takes home $4000 first prize. Judge Joe Spicer said the quality of working dogs was great, especially those run by handlers and not their owners. “Usually the people who sold them are more experienced at these competitions

drama at the theatre so they go back to the vendor to handle them,” Mr Spicer said. “It’s a big ask for the dogs but they handled them very well.” Mr Spicer said the course was tough but most dogs handled it well. “Mia had a little better feel for the stock and was a bit cleaner in the pens,” he said. Mia also beat the top selling Tom who set a national working dog record when he sold for $12,000 last year at Casterton. Tom returned to compete in RMA Working Dog Auction Futurity as part of the Clark Rubber Australian Working Dog Muster at Casterton over the Queen’s birthday long weekend. Left - RMA Working Dog Auction Futurity winner Mia with breeder and handler Rick Jones. Photo courtesy of Ann James.

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be this school holidays School holidays are always huge at the Portland YMCA and this coming school break will be no different. From the jam packed school holiday program to the swimming lessons, Portland YMCA is your one stop shop for holiday entertainment and fun. It all kicks off on a huge day for the “Y” on Friday, June 28. It starts with a 7am community breakfast before the Early Childhood Centre commemorates Red Nose Day with a pyjama party and pancake day and then rounds out with a Pool Party and Movie Night from 5-8pm. Entry to the Pool Party and

Movie Night is free with Rotary providing a $4 barbeque meal, which includes a sausage, hamburger and drink. From that point on the YMCA is offering Water Play, Kids Zumba, Come’N’Try Underwater Hockey, Kinder Gym and use of the Rock Wall, with all activities targeting 5-13 year olds. For those interested in taking advantage of the five day swimming lesson program, being offered over both weeks of the holidays, you will need to get in quick as bookings are essential and places always fill fast. Enrolment forms are available at

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LOCAL Vendor Tasmanian-based breeder Matthew Johnson and buyers Paul and Jean Weeding from the Okehampton merino stud in Tasmania have reunited to set another top price at the Clark Rubber Casterton Working Dog Auction. The Weedings purchased Ben for $10,500 at the auction on Sunday, June 9, the top price paid for more than 80 dogs in the auction. The auction was the high point of the annual Clark Rubber Australian Kelpie Muster which drew record crowds from around Australia to Casterton in south-west Victoria. Last year the vendor and buyer set a record price for a working dog with the sale of Tom for $12,000. Pleased with the Tom’s performance, Mr Weeding had no hesitation returning to the same breeder and trainer. “He came out to help on our farm a few weeks ago so we had a chance to try before we buy,” he said. “He’s a good, forceful dog with a good temperament and he’ll work all day. He’s - 030

and buyer reunite only young so he’s got a great future.” The Weedings purchased another dog from Mr Johnson about 10 years ago. “We paid $4600 at the Casterton auction. Things have come a long way in that time,” Mr Weeding said. Ben’s performance came as a shock to Mr Johnson. “He’s a great dog but I thought he’d get around the $5000-$6000 mark,” he said. “Last year I knew the Weedings were going to bid but I didn’t have a clue this year. “I couldn’t be happier that he’s going to them.” Mr Johnson described Ben as a strong yard, shed and truck worker. “He’s done a lot of dairy work and he is exceptional in his yard work,” he said. “He’s your best mate as well.” The black and tan kelpie is 17 months old. The $10,500 sale equals the second top price achieved in the history of the auction.The second highest price of $10,000 was achieved by vendor Ian

O’Connell, of Hamilton, with Bagalla Mister, purchased by Evan Flint from Kingston, South Australia. Working Dog Auction committee president Nancy Withers said the quality of the dogs was excellent. “I’d say it was the best line up of dogs we’ve ever had,” Ms Withers said. She described the prices as very good and reflective of current market conditions. “They reflect the prevailing prices for livestock in the past 12 months which dictate how much buyers can spend,” she said. “Overall we’re very happy.” Major sponsor Chris Malcolm, of Clark Rubber, said it was a fabulous weekend for anyone who loves dogs

and the country. “There are some seriously good dogs here. The quality seems to be improving every year,” Mr Malcolm said. “Everyone is saying there are a record number of people here and with 80 dogs in the auction it has really taken off.” Above - Top-priced kelpie Ben, with (from left) Chris Malcolm, from major sponsors Clark Rubber, Paul and Jean Weeding and Matthew Johnson with his wife Margie and children Sophie and Dylan. Photo courtesy of Ann James.


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Ballarat district dog Moe went one step higher in this year’s Kelpie high jump at the Clark Rubber Australian Working Dog Muster at Casterton on the Queen’s Birthday weekend. Moe, handled by Jarrod Quick, from Dean near Ballarat, won the event after coming second in 2012. But Moe didn’t have to match his high jumping efforts of 2012 to win this year. Last year he finished second with a jump of 2.62 metres, this year he was first with a jump of 2.40 metres. He was still a long way from the record of 2.91

metres. Mr Quick said he couldn’t pinpoint why Moe could so high. “I don’t train him for it,” he said. “He just likes to jump.” More than 30 dogs competed in the popular event. Tony Wilson’s Mack, from Balliang, was second with a jump of 2.27 metres, followed by equal third Casey Waters with Lui, Ash King with Tip at 2.25 metres.

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Left - Jarrod Quick and Moe. Photo courtesy of Jill Frawley

Rotary market keeping the kids happy Be a part of the action Children were pleasantly surprised to find pony rides at the Rotary Market last Saturday. Five year old Shayla Cole, of Mount Gambier, hitched a ride with Donna, the white Welsh pony, guided by Amber Rowe from Just for Fun horse rides, of Tarpeena. The ponies will be back at the market, behind Harvey Norman, for the next few weeks. Vendors wishing to book an indoor or outdoor stall at the market should call 0466 385 852.


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festival is unparalleled in the events industry and gives everyone the opportunity to taste and buy aged and special release Coonawarra wines, meet with local winemakers, wander the historic wine trails and experience a wine region through the crisp winter month of July” said Miss Harrison. “It’s a completely unique concept and something that makes Coonawarra stand out as a world class wine region.” This year, Balnaves of Coonawarra is releasing “The Tally” 2007 for cellar door tastings, while Leconfield Coonawarra is dusting off a 1993 Riesling and Patrick of Coonawarra has dived into the depths of Pat’s private cellar and found a 50 year old Tawny Port which has been carefully barrel matured over the last half

century. There are 20 wineries contributing to the aged tastings and food and wine experiences, including Rymill Coonawarra’s Warm up with Wagyu available every weekend and Zema Estates Winter Wine and Chocolate for the sweet tooth in us all. Additionally, there are eight special events running throughout the month including Hollick Wines famous Long Lunch and other popular events like High Tea at Blok Estate. With plenty of vintage B&Bs, upmarket accommodation, some of South Australia’s top award winning restaurants and plenty of places to shop, explore and indulge, July is the perfect time to take a long weekend off and arouse your senses in Coonawarra.

Coonawarra Cellar Dwellers Visit for a full program of events or call the Coonawarra Vignerons Association on (08)8737 2392.

1945 Blondie’s Deborah Harry was born.

1949 Aussie singing sensation John Farnham was born.

1961 The late Princess of Wales - Diana Spencer - was born.

Port @ Patrick (aka chook shed port) Experience one of the hidden treasures from Pat’s cellar: A very rare Tawny Port that is over 50 years old and has been ‘carefully’ barrel matured in his private cellar. Very limited gift packs for sale, only in July Tastings July only $5 donation to NeuroSurgical Research Foundation, Adelaide Open 10am - 4.30pm Daily Bookings appreciated for groups

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A delightful and beautifully restored 1861 cottage nestled in the heart of historical Penola. Chezzyloo’s is one of Penola’s oldest and newest B&B’s. It features a huge garden with abundant birdlife and many trees/fruit trees (some as old as the cottage itself). Chezzyloo’s is in a quiet location, just a 2 minute stroll to the famous Petticoat Lane and Mary MacKillop Interpretive Centre or to the main shopping area of Penola with its unique stores full of old world charm. Everything you want is yours in peaceful Penola and it’s waiting for you at CHEZZYLOO’S, Penola’s oldest stone B&B... A RELAXING, ROMANTIC GETAWAY.

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It was all about improving the club’s junior golfers on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend at the Mount

golfers get a helping hand

Gambier Gold Club. Organised by the junior committee, a specialist coaching day was held at the Attamurra course

for all handicap and non-handicap juniors who have played in the monthly five and nine hole junior competitions throughout the year. Twenty five juniors received specialist coaching from resident PGA Professional Damian Swadling. Juniors also took part in an hour long ‘boot camp’ fitness session

tempt the tastebuds hosted by qualified fitness instructor Zach Doidge, who tailored the session for golf specific fitness. The children, whose ages ranged from 4 to 14 years loved the specialist golf coaching and fitness instruction. In between sessions the kids and parents enjoyed a barbeque lunch in the clubrooms. Junior development officers, Duncan Savage and Mel Bawden said the opportunity to run the specialist coaching day came about through support from the Mount Gambier City Council and the Mount Gambier Community Bendigo Bank. “We are very grateful to the Bendigo Community Bank for their very generous support,” Ms Bawden said. “Quite simply, without their support these two days would

not be able to go ahead. “It is fantastic to see the smiles on the kids’ faces when they see the results from the great coaching that Damian provides. “It was also brilliant to have Bendigo Community Bank volunteer director, Rodney Summers support the day.” The junior committee is holding another specialist coaching day for their five and nine hole juniors this Sunday. Left (top) - Some of the junior golfers with personal trainer Zach Doidge, club professional Damian Swadling and Bendigo Bank volunteer director Rodney Summers.

Spicy Pumpkin Soup 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 red onion, chopped 3 garlic cloves, crushed 2 (300g) golden delight potatoes, peeled, chopped 1kg butternut pumpkin, peeled, chopped 1/4 teaspoon dried chilli flakes 2 teaspoons ground coriander 1 litre salt-reduced chicken stock 1/2 cup pure cream Pure cream, chopped fresh chives and toast, to serve Method Heat oil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic. Cook, stirring, for 3 minutes or until onion has softened. Add potato and pumpkin. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until potato starts to brown. Add chilli and coriander. Cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Add stock. Cover. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Simmer for 10 to 12 minutes or until potato and pumpkin are tender. Set aside for 2 minutes to cool slightly. Blend in batches until smooth. Return to pan over low heat. Stir in cream. Cook for 1 minute or until heated through. Season with pepper. Divide between bowls. Top with cream and chives. Serve with toast.

Left (far left) - Damian Swadling helping the group’s youngest participant, four year old Ewan Savage. Left - Zach Doidge puts the young golfers through a boot camp session.

at the gallery Until July 14 Victorian Guild of China Painters HAMILTON ART GALLERY, HAMILTON In an era when most porcelain is transfer printed the art of handpainted porcelain is a rarely seen treasure. Thanks to this dedicated group the fine art is not lost to our times. This will be the first exhibition in a public gallery of the work from the Victorian Guild of China Painters allowing the public to

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set to get back into competition mode

The RSL Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band recently had three of its drummers compete at the Victorian Pipe Band Association Drumming contest at Ringwood, Victoria. Anthony Munro, from Naracoorte, was placed first in the C grade whilst Sean Telford and Rebecca Kober finished in the top six of D grade and novice respectively Naracoorte’s Don Patterson was the accompanying piper for the drummers. Anthony has been tutoring the drummers from the RSL Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band for the past 18 months in preparation for

the band’s recent visit to the Ypres Memorial Tattoo in Belgium. With that now over, the band has decided to participate in competitions again, after not having done so in more than 40 years. The band’s last successful competition was in 1971 when they placed first in B grade. The band has been broadening its experience in the past few years attending the competition street march at Daylesford, the Ypres Memorial Tattoo in Belgium last year and the local Limestone Coast Tattoo held annually at the Icehouse. The band is always seeking new

members and tuition is free for children or adults. Please contact Barry Ward (08)8725 5661.

LOCAL Getting

connected through the library

The South Australian Public Library “One Card” network is connecting the system of more than 130 public libraries across South Australia, allowing customers to borrow and return items wherever they go, using their current library card. The Mount Gambier Library and Port MacDonnell Library will be joining the “One Card” network on 5 this year. This means that customers will have a greatly expanded choice of items to borrow from their Mount Gambier or Port MacDonnell Library,

with access to millions of books, DVDs, CDs and magazines. From September 5, customers will be able to borrow up to 20 DVDs and CDs, up to 100 items, have 24 hour access to the online catalogue, place up to 30 reservations and receive an email reminder three days before their item is due to be returned. Customers can simply drop off their borrowed items to any South Australian Library, which is perfect for people who are travelling and for university students who

may be going back and forth to the Limestone Coast during term break. Both libraries will be keeping their customers up to date with the change over progress through local media and with weekly notifications within the libraries. For more information pop into your local library branch. Below - Angela Sullivan, and Eve Carlin (Port MacDonnell Library), with Vicki Hutchinson and Patricia Ellis (Mount Gambier Library).

Above - The RSL Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band members who recently attended the Victorian Pipe Band Association Drumming Competition in Ringwood. Rebecca Kober competed in the novice section, Sean Telford competed in the D grade competition, Anthony Munro won B grade and Don Patterson was the accompanying piper for the competitors.

rounding out environmental month

JUNE 23 Life in the Deadwood Mount Gambier Library 11.30am (45 min) Multifunction room, Mount Gambier Library.

Session 1 Nature’s recyclers, beetles, what lives in hollows and sustainable firewood options with Kris Messenger; Oisin Sweeney, Natural Resources SE & Peter Feast, Mimosa Farm Trees.

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1.30pm (45 min) Multifunction room, Mount Gambier Library. Session 2 Minibeasts, Bugs, Beetles and more with Kris Messenger and the Bugs n Slugs team. Bookings required for both sessions via the library either in person or phone (08)8721 2540 or online:

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Also... • Bugs n Slugs display: Get up close to Kris and the minibeasts. Various times between 11am-3pm. •Peter Feast from Mimosa Farm Trees will be on hand with local native plants for sale and to talk firewood.

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Looking for a restaurant with a relaxed friendly atmosphere along with a delicious extensive menu then you will not be disappointed at The Blue Lake Curry Club. Fully licensed or BYO enjoy a romantic dinner or a catch up with friends over a beef Rogan Josh or a Chicken Moghlai. Offering seafood, beef, lamb, pork, chicken plus vegetarian cooked fresh daily the menu is sure to surprise and delight. A must try is one of their in house aromatic Tandoori breads or why not a selection of Rice and Biryani. A kids menu is also available as is take-away and home delivery. Enquire about their lunch special or phone through your order. Taste the traditional flavors of India at The Blue Lake Curry Club. Open 7 days.

The Pub in the Scrub turns 140 this year. Be part of the celebrations. Just an hour’s drive from Mount Gambier, the Menzies Hotel presents old world charm and hospitality as it has done since 1872. Eddie and his staff trade every day of the year in the bar, post office and convenience store. Friday and Saturday night the bistro is open with an extensive menu of large hearty meals, while on Sunday we turn back the hands of time to the traditional cooking of a magnificent wood fired pizza. Fired up all day from midday until 7pm, we cook your pizza in front of you - whether it is traditional toppings or your own invention from our extensive list of ingredients. Enjoy a wine or the beer, rum and cider we have on tap while you enjoy our pizzas.

Come and experience all that Bullfrogs has to offer. This rustic Australian restaurant set in the historic Oatmill complex won’t disappoint, and has an atmosphere that will surely please everyone. Whether it’s an intimate dinner for two, a dinner party with friends, or wanting somewhere to hold a large function, Bullfrogs can offer it all. With its modern Australian cuisine on offer in its cafe’, bar and grill your appetite will be delighted. Their Lavazza coffee alone is worth a visit, or come and enjoy their extensive wine list. If it’s cocktails after work on a Friday that you’re after, again Bullfrogs is the place to go. Open Mon- Sat 11am – late.

With winter well and truly here why not try a delicious hot takeaway from The Allendale East General Store. Located in the heart of picturesque Allendale proprietors John and Sharon pride themselves on delivering top quality home cooked takeaway with a friendly smile. Old favorites such as fish and chips, hamburgers, steak sandwiches and hot chicken and gravy rolls are sure to satisfy. Their specialty dish the “Moka Dog” with bacon, capsicum and cheese comes highly recommended and definitely worth a drive according to John. For a healthier choice try a freshly made salad roll, sandwich or wrap. But I have to say their new cinnamon donut machine will be your favorite treat with a steaming hot coffee to go!

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Food, Fun and Friendly that is what the Western Tavern offers. A family friendly environment with the best value meals in town. Dine in our very comfortable lounge or enjoy a great meal with your mates in the front bar, both offer the same great choice from our $9.90 meal menus including our ever popular schnitzels with a variety of toppings plus a choice of salad or vegetables. The Western Tavern also offers the same great meals and choices as a takeaway option plus a phone order convenience. The Western Tavern is open 7 days a week with meals available for lunch 12-2pm and tea 6pm-8pm. Make our Tav your Tav. Come and enjoy a great evening with friends

Thinking scrumptious food? Yoeys Fine Foods range of delicious gourmet salads and sandwiches are sure to delight. Why not try the Moroccan Couscous, Quinoa or Aztec Rice. Tortilla Mexican Stacks, Risotto Muffins or a healthy frittata make a warming treat for lunch. Our menu is available to take-away or for dine-in. Yoeys Fine Foods cater for special dietary requirements including dairy and gluten free. See our range of sour dough breads perfect with winter soups. Awarded Mount Gambier’s “Best Cup of Coffee” by the Lonely Planet you can taste the culture at Yoeys Fine Foods.

Plants on Sturt, is the place to go to catch up with friends for that great morning / afternoon tea, or lunch. These can be either eaten in or taken away for your convenience. With a wide range of gluten free and vegetarian food on offer, and both savoury and sweet there is something to please everyone. During the cold winter months, trying one of their homemade pies is a must. They are able to do catering for your special function, and you can arrange to have your out of hours function held at the cafe. There fantastic coffee is also something to behold. While at Plants on Sturt, a browse at their local handmade originally designed giftware will have you leaving with more than a satisfied appetite. Open Mon – Fri 9-4pm, Sat 9.30- 2pm

Acky’s Takeaway is an easy choice for all your food needs. From 6am they will take care of your breakfast with an Egg & Bacon sandwich + a mug/medium coffee for only $7.95. They serve great Griffiths coffees and homemade cakes, take advantage of their reward/ loyalty program- buy 5 coffees get one free. The extensive lunch menu, including freshly made sandwiches, rolls, pies, pasties, fried food, hamburgers, steak sandwiches, yiros’, and the renown deluxe chicken burger, and much more all made to order also makes it the perfect place to go for lunch. If you’re short on time then take advantage of their wonderful take away service. Also a wide range of cold drinks & slushies to select. Eftpos & Phone credit available, newspapers & magazines as well.

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wiedersehen St Martins Lutheran College recently undertook its first cultural study tour of Germany. For almost a month,10 students from Year 9-12, teachers Heather Frost and Janet Telford and old scholar Christopher Button explored nearly 3000 km of Germany

by bus. The tour grew from a sister school relationship which was established with Fritz Reuter Gymnasium in Dannenberg, northern Germany, two years ago. Since then students have been communicating with each other and building friendships via email

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and facebook. The tour was a perfect opportunity for the students to meet each other face to face and spend real time together. The Australian group spent one week living with host families from the school, attending lessons, engaging in social activities and doing excursions to nearby cities with their German host brothers and sisters.

The Australian group then spent two weeks traveling on a jam packed itinerary through the highlights of Germany before returning to Mount Gambier.The itinerary included Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and the medieval cities of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Goslar and Wernigerode. A visit to Wittenberg, the town in which the Lutheran Church began, was

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also a must, followed by the beautiful towns of Fuessen, Berchtesdagen and Bayrschzell in the Bavarian Alps. The group also did a short foray into Austria to explore Salzburg, the birth town of Mozart. Activites the group enjoyed included a one kilometre flying fox over the snow covered Thale Valley, a salt mine tour, complete with underground laser light show, an eating tour through Munich, castle visits, a cable car ride to the summit of Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze, a meal at the Hofbräuhaus and attending the Spring Fair in Munich at the Oktoberfest showgrounds. Due to the exceptionally late winter in Europe this year students were also able to see snow falling and spend time engaging in some typical German winter fun. Students improved their language skills through immersion in German language and culture during their stay and made lots of connections between their classroom learning of German and real life. The group also visited Dachau concentration camp, where they were reminded of the suffering of many during World War II. This was a good link to the history component of our school curriculum. Next year the students from Fritz Reuter Gymnasium will make a reciprocal visit to St Martins Lutheran College where friendships can be further developed. Far left - Zoe Fulton and Rebekah Makela; Brandenburg Gate and Max Schutz stands proudly by his snowman creation; centre left - Bamberg and Bacharach; left - Linder hef Castle; Kelsie Appledore and Kalah Hutchins at The Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain and The Thale Valley.


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House Husbands


Gone With The Wind

Mike & Molly

The Americans

Bolt (PG)

Sunday, 8.30pm Kane is tested when he is reunited with his school bully. Things become more complicated for Kane when Finn reveals he wants to be placed with another foster family.

Sunday, 8.30pm Sherlock and Joan hunt for the accomplace of a murdered blackmailer who targeted families of rape victims. Meanwhile, Sherlock resists celebrating his first year of sobriety.

Saturday, 1.45pm American classic in which a manipulative woman and a roguish man carry on a turbulent love affair in the American south during the Civil War and Reconstruction.

Thursday, 8.30pm Mike gets quite the surprise when his prodigal pop blows into town early for his son’s bachelor party, so a peeved Peggy reconsiders going to Molly’s bachelorette bash.

Monday, 9.30pm The FBI learns that an unidentified deepcover KGB agent seems to be on the verge of an emotional breakdown and is deperately trying to make contact with his handler.

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Sunday, 7.30pm After Homer accidentally pollutes the town’s water supply, Springfield is encased in a gigantic dome by the EPA and the Simpson family are declared fugitives.

Friday, 7.30pm Bolt is a big TV star, but after accidentally being separated from Penny, his co-star and best friend, Bolt embarks on the adventure of a lifetime to get back home. Starring John Travolta and Miley Cyrus.


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State of Origin

My Girl (PG)

The Time of Our Lives

Tour de France

Once Upon A Time

Major League Baseball

A Place To Call Home

Wednesday, 7.30pm One game down and coming off a loss, the QLD Maroon’s haven’t lost a game at their home stadium, Lang Park in 6 years. The NSW Blues will be looking to break this statistic and clinch the series.

Thursday, 6.30pm A girl on the brink of young womanhood struggles with changes in her family and herself. Starring Macaulay Culkin and Anna Chlumsky.

Sunday, 8.30pm With the wreckage of Chai Li’s wedding behind them, it’s a time of upheaval as everyone adjusts to new circumstances.

Saturday, 10.00pm SBS will show every stage of the Tour de France live and exclusive in HD as well as twice daily highlights in the morning and evening.

Thursday, 9.15pm While Mr. Gold, Emma and Henry go in search of Gold’s son Bae in New York, Cora, Regina and Hook attempt to track down one of Rumplestiltskin’s most treasured possessions.

Thursday, 9.00am (Live) Atlanta Braves V New York Mets The Atlanta Braves host the New York Mets at their home ground, turner Field.

Sunday, 8.30pm Sarah and George begin a secret affair and start meeting at the cottage for their romantic trysts. Meanwhile, James and Harry play down their feelings for each other. - 043

classifieds AUCTIONS

Mac’s Auctions

AUCTION MAC’S NEXT AUCTION ROOM SALE - SUNDAY, JUNE 23 AT 10.30AM BOTH AUCTION ROOMS FULL Inc. Three Quality Deceased Estates, plus downsizers etc. As new leather lounges, recliners, modern furniture, antique cedar etc furniture, cottage items, electrical, lovely lot of collectables inc, kerosene banquet lamps, china, crystal, silverware, jewellery, curios of all types.


COLLECTORMANIAC - Buying and selling rare ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES including Militaria, Kitchenalia, Tin & Diecast toys, Live steam Toys, Garagenalia, Enamel & Tin signs, Vintage electrical, Pottery, Porcelain and Jewellery. Open everyday 12-4pm, 4.5km south of the Blue lake, 21684 Riddoch Highway (Bay Road). Look for signs on right at the old “Hills Blue Lake Plant Nursery”. Ph 08 8726 8340, email, facebook page Collectormaniac for map. OL-486 ------------------------------------------


An absolute huge selection.

MAC’S AUCTIONS (a division of Mac’s Furniture) 58 Commercial St West Phone 08 8725 7031 Mobile 0408 849 547 A/H 08 8725 3191 ------------------------------------------

CARAVAN ROMA 1994 12 months rego, excellent condition, 3 way fridge, electric brakes. $14,700. Ph 0438 234 484. OL-486 -----------------------------------------MAZDA T3500 CAMPERVAN - 3 way Fridge, H.W.S., shower, TV, 2 Burner stove. SSN-070. $19,000. Ph 03 5572 2949. OL-486 ------------------------------------------

Online Classifieds Phone 08 8724 7111 or 03 5561 3141 CLEANING

MICHAEL’S WINDOWS. Professional window cleaning service. All windows, all areas. Ph Michael Baker 0434 463 975. OL-486 ------------------------------------------


EVERNEW TANDEM PopTop, full annexe, lots of extras. REDUCED $12,500. Ph 08 8724 7740. OL-485 -----------------------------------------ROAD MASTER 14FT PopTop. Full annexe, twin beds, stove oven, microwave. Reg Oct 7,500 neg. Ph 0429 698 614. 486 -----------------------------------------ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL - Bay Road, Mount Gambier. Every Thursday 10am - 4 pm. Winter stock out now. We’ve shorn our sheep for this seasons winter woolies, come on in and browse at what we have available. OL-486 ------------------------------------------


FOR PROBLEM septics, leachfields, greasetraps and drains, Use FLUSH-IT(R) and let nature do the work. Ph 1300 657 570 or 03 5158 1248. W ------------------------------------------

“The Western Tavern is committed to ensuring responsible service and promotion of alcohol & gambling in our venue”

$9.90 MEALS EVERY DAY - 12.00 - 2.00pm & 6.00 8.00pm. In Sportsbar and now available in bistro. Monthly beer & premix specials. 178 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier. Ph 08 8723 1200. 486 -----------------------------------------


PHILLIP M JOHNSON Available for weddings, parties, birthday’s, functions. Music of your choice, laser lights, fog machine, bubbles. Ph 0427 398 087. 486 -----------------------------------------


BOOKKEEPER - Get all your bookkeeping needs up to date. No computer or office needed. Will enter all receipts etc. onto MYOB. Ph A.T.Bookkeeping on 0422 545 575. OL-486 -----------------------------------------

BROOMIES FREIGHT love the finer things in life... won’t be able to live without Finer Details!

FOR LEASE MOUNT GAMBIER Workshops/ undercover storage areas/ business & commercial depots etc... Large choice of multiple areas, fully self contained, individual and shared, big or small. – ideally centrally located at Mount Gambier woollen mills complex with easy access & ample parking. Flexible rates and terms. Ph 08 8725 3617 or 08 8723 8802. C&G-489 -----------------------------------------INDUSTRIAL SHEDS For Lease. At Niplag Close, Mount Gambier (Off Crouch Street North). Various sizes, suitable for most businesses. Long and short term lease available. Inspection invited. Apply 0427 976 681, 08 8723 8888 or 08 8725 3617. 485 ------------------------------------------


SHORT OR LONG TERM. 2 story heritage, centrally located Mount Gambier venue, for weddings, functions, seminars. 0418 838 684. 485 ------------------------------------------


5 X TREADMILLS & 2 x Ellipticals in excellent condition, commercial grade $1,800 O.N.O. Each. Ph 08 8725 3611. OL-485 -----------------------------------------AIRCRAFT HANGERS AT ROBE - 12m x12m $30,000. Many to choose from. Ph Ross 0419 009 442. OL-486 -----------------------------------------DEUTSCHER 22’’ grasscutter $450, Guarany knapsack spray $80, Bosch LPG HWS 13l/min $550, Infiniti Q21 cross trainer $1,250, Fender acoustic guitar $120. For further info Ph Doug 0407 422 827. OL-487 -----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------GO KART MONARCO 32mm chassis, 50mm axel, 125 Leopard. Ready to race. Excellent condition. Comes with trolley and spares. $3,300 O.N.O. Ph 0438 331 226. NC-487 -----------------------------------------FIREWOOD - mixed Gum ute load delivered to Mount Gambier. $110. Ph 0408 258 209. OL-486 -----------------------------------------MUSSO POLISHED ALUMINIUM bullbar. ECB model BSM30SYP. Brand new. Never fitted. Half new price. Ph 0466 978 244. OL-487 ------------------------------------------


Mount Gambier - Millicent - Southend Beachport - Robe - Kingston Door to Door Daily Service!

0408 838 027



PRO-LITE OFF-ROAD BUGGY 1800cc Datsun engine. Balanced, cam, head work, twin 45mm webbers, Kombi gearbox with a full set of Albin gears, Albin diff. $13,500. Ph 0408 856 273. 485 ------------------------------------------


Waste Transport & Recycling

BIN IT - Free drop off disposal of All metals, Vehicle batteries & White Goods. Not accepted, televisions, computers, fluro globes, office equipement, fridges or freezers. Air conditioner De-Gas fee $22. Monday - Friday 7.45am 12.15pm & 1.30pm - 3.30pm. Ph. 08 87248121. 235 Lake Tce East, Mt Gambier. u. EPA Lic 23063. 491 ------------------------------------------


HAIRDRESSERS - Rent a chair for only $25 per day. Private and confidential. Ph 0466 340 877. 486 ------------------------------------------


The Coastal Express

If you

37 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier Phone/Fax 08 8725 3011


SILK & FRESH Boxed $13 - $60. Bunches $6 - $35. $13 floral pots. $6 gift wrapped plants. Novelty baby born boxes. Wreaths. Orders welcome. Lennon’s On Lake Terrace. Orders welcome. 485 ------------------------------------------



As new motor mower, lawn edger, outdoor items, ensembles, 2 Beale pianos etc. Please see the Borderwatch, Friday, June 21 for listings & new viewing times.


Free to homes in South East SA & South West Victoria

1100 LITRE plastic bins with lids and castor wheels. Very good condition. $275. Ph 0408 856 273. 485 -----------------------------------------10FT FARM GATES $95ea, 6 rail sheep panels $100ea. Echo Farm, 249 Tollner Road, Mount Gambier. Ph 08 8725 1482. OL-486 ------------------------------------------

QUALITY TRAILERS GALVENISED & PAINTED - Tandem. Car Trailers .Tradesman.Crates. Motorbike & More. Prices starting from $650. Barclays Tyre & Battery Centre 23 Hunter Street, Heywood Vic. Ph 03 5527 1622. OL-486 ------------------------------------------

MOWING, general gardening and handyman service. It’s time to prune your roses and fruit trees again. Phil and Deb’s Garden Care Plus. Ph 0429 012 990. OL-486 -----------------------------------------RAINWATER TANK CLEANING - Discounts for multiple tanks and group enquiries. Call for a quote. Ph 0429 518 169. OL-485 ------------------------------------------


5FT TRAILING SLASHER $1,000 O.N.O. 3pl carry-all, in good condition, offers. Cattle bail head $100 O.N.O. Ph 03 5528 1456. 485 -----------------------------------------TRACTOR BRANSON 4720 45Hp. Four wheel assist. 4.1 bucket also forks. Done 105 Hours. Ph Jason 0418 532 935. 490 ------------------------------------------


OUTBOARD MOTORS FOR SALE: Honda 2hp 4S $550, Yamaha 25hp 4S tiller $2200, Evinrude 9.9hp $895, Evinrude 25hp L/S E/Start tiller $500,Yamaha L/S 2002 controls & guages $3700, Mercury 150hp L/S EFI needs rebuild on P/head $1500, Mercury 75hp with PTT E/Start controls $2850, Johnson25hp 3cyl L/S tiller $750. All been checked ready to go. Swampys Leisure Sales. Ph 08 8762 2344 or 0427 797 177. OL-487 ------------------------------------------

Phone 0408 258 208 | 8723 3332 a/h | Worrolong


Electric adjustable bed manufacturers selling direct to public, Australia wide delivery specialising in Australian made beds and mattresses. SOCIAL SKI - Velocity V5 300 Verodo 156HRS. Full fit out, carbon fibre seats, carbon fibre side pockets, infloor balast, infloor fuel tank. Fuel filter system, full race view dash, carbon fibre trim tabs, hydrolic 4” jacking plate, full boat covers, under boat cover, welded nose cone, rear lounge, bimy cover, full vinyl rapp graphic paint, plus more. Fully enclosed trailer. $59,800. Ph Andrew 0408 528 040. w-480 ------------------------------------------

72 George Street, Millicent. Phone 08 8733 2017 (parking at the rear of the hotel)

FUNCTIONAL, ADAPTIVE, VERSATILE. Mobility & aged care products. We’re here when you need us for your health.


Phone 08 8725 8298 Fax 08 8723 0227

Email 120 Penola Rd. Mount Gambier (in SE Batteries building)

Queen & King Size Split - From $3995 Free call 7 days - 1300 556 305 - 044

NOW STOCKING - Extreme Kayaks, limited offer only $399. Includes seat & paddle. Ph 08 8726 5200 or visit 349 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. W ------------------------------------------

classifieds EMPLOYMENT classifieds


1988 BMW K100LT - 134,958 kms, good condition. 1000cc, extras, garaged, runs well. $4,700. Ph 08 8723 6480. OL-486 ------------------------------------------

YAMAHA WR450F 2007 Model, good condition + runs great, 3 months rego, comes with a few extra’s. $5,000 O.N.O. Ph 0407 787 451. ------------------------------------------






YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS. For All Your Sporting Needs Ph 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. 492 -----------------------------------------DINKY DI WASH ‘N’ DRY Dog Wash. Coin operated. Now Open - 28A Shephardson Rd. OL-485 -----------------------------------------MALTESE X POODLE (Moodle) Puppies, 2 white males, lovely companions, ready 24/06, vac + wormed, $400. Ph 0415 302 449. OL-485 ------------------------------------------



1999 MAZDA BRAVO, T/ diesel, D/cab, canopy, 4x4, v/ tidy, service history. WJO-912. $7,500. Ph 0429 662 193. OL-486 -----------------------------------------2000 FORD LASER HATCHBACK - Gold, manual, air conditioning, CD player, power steering. Excellent condition. Great 1st car. 164,000kms. WME-191. $5,990 O.N.O. Ph 0407 171 263. Available for viewing at - ID Number: SSE-AD-948967. DE -----------------------------------------2003 CREWMAN HOLDEN VY II SS Ute, immaculate condition, black, 6 speed manual, air conditioner, cruise control. WYV-900. $16,000 O.N.O. Ph 0428 239 071. OL-486 -----------------------------------------2005 FORD F250 - 58,000 kms, very good condition, red, black interior, automatic, 4-door, air conditioner, cruise control, nav system, power locks, power steering, power windows, driver airbag, passenger airbag, CD changer, AM/FM radio. Runs on LPG & unleaded. S662AMV. $48,000 O.N.O. Ph Rob 0414 917 782. OL-486 -----------------------------------------2006 FORD TERRITORY, Silver, 4X4 with heavy duty springs and cargo barrier. 280,000kms. XJU-648. $10,500 Ph 0438 643 543. OL-487 -----------------------------------------2007 FORD TERRITORY, RWD, LPG, Heavy Duty Springs, Roof Racks, Cargo Barrier, Bluetooth & DVD Player. 230,000ks. S233AJY. $10,500. Ph 0438 643 543. OL-487 -----------------------------------------COMMODORE WAGON ‘03 VY. 147,500kms, auto, ABS, IRS alloys. S407-AWB. $6,500 O.N.O. Ph 0413 134 834. OL-487 -----------------------------------------SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 1998 V6 Auto, black, p/s, p/w, a/c. Excellent condition. $6,200 O.N.O. Ph 0438 331 226. NC-487 -----------------------------------------VT COMMODORE SEDAN – Auto, air conditioning, new tyres, regularly serviced, well kept, been garaged, excellent condition. WHB-298. $4,000. O.N.O. Ph 08/ 8738 7294. OL-486 -----------------------------------------XW XY ZC ZD FALCONS, Fairmonts, Fairlanes wanted to wreck or restore. Complete cars or parts, private buyer. Ph 0409 838 048. LINC ------------------------------------------


MORE THAN JUST GOOD SPORTS. Ph 08 8725 7582. 16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. 492 ------------------------------------------


TV ANTENNA INSTALL & TUNING, Free-to-air TV, home theatre installations, TV wall mounting, prompt service, quality work, free quotes. Call Ben 0417 670 362. 478 -----------------------------------------DRESS MAKING – Mending, hemming, zip replacements, alterations, patches, individual classes, make on patterns, measurements, finished sewing for beginners. Ph 0405 259 933. OL-486 ------------------------------------------


SE Battery Service Pty Ltd South East Mobility Equipment South East Sustainable Energy Call into your licorice all sorts store We have it all! 120 Penola Road, Mount Gambier Ph 08 8725 9911 W -----------------------------------------PAUL’S LAWN MOWING SERVICE Cheap Rates! Free Quotes Honest & Reliable Pensioner Discount Call Paul 0437 812 115. -----------------------------------------ANTIQUE BUYER - Paying cash, oil bottles, tins, enamel signs, dingo traps, english china. Ph 0419 250 801. OL-487 -----------------------------------------490


LOOKING FOR BRICKWORK - Brick, stone & paving work wanted. Small or large jobs. Will travel. BLD 231035. Ph 0418 838 684. 485 ------------------------------------------

BUSINESS FOR SALE NARI DRY CLEANERS • Dry cleaners with drive thru service • For private sale WIWO • Established location • Long Lease Enquiries after 6pm - Ask for Katrina

0435 935 222



YOUNGEST LOOKING 50 year old in the world. Non smoker, non drinker, very genuine person and humble guy. Wants a serious relationship and a caring lady, reasonable looking, 25 – 50. Write to me Ronald Cuffe, 93 Gray Street, Mount Gambier, SA 5290. Leave your phone number so I can reply quickly. 485 ------------------------------------------


BUFFALO RIVERINEX cows and calves for breeding, pets or meat. Western Victoria. Ph 0466 978 244. OL-486 -----------------------------------------BLACK SILKIE PAIR, 2 gray ganders, pair brown ducks $8ea. Ph 08 8725 1482. OL-486 -----------------------------------------CURLY COATED Retriever pups. 1 male $400, 1 female $500. Ph 08 8733 1182 or 0438 831 182. 483 ------------------------------------------ - 045






Joe D’Agostino & Associates


Installation, Maintenance, Service and Repair

Chartered Accountants Tax & Business Advisors

BREEDERS OF MALTALIER PUPPIES Bathing, Clipping and Defleaing Pick up and drop off Dog care also available

Phone 08 8725 0711 7 Penola Road, Mount Gambier SA

91 BRIM BRIM ROAD, YAHL Open Monday to Saturday Call Ann on (08) 8724 9592 Mobile 0437 851 404

• Reverse Cycle Ducted Airconditioning



• Cool Rooms • Freezer Rooms

AIRCONDITIONING • Split Systems All Brands

No dog too big or too small

• Central Gas Ducted Heating REFRIGERATION

6 Sunnyside Drive, Mt Gambier

• Display Cabinets • Ice Machines

0422 802 871 Accounting, Taxation & Bookkeeping

• Clipping • Washing • Defleaing • Drying • Nail Trimming • Free pick up & drop off

Certified Practising Accountant

Shop 5/16 Swallow Drive, Mt Gambier Call Sharon 8725 5152 M: 0420 428 125

Small Business Specialists

Book 2 appointments in advance and receive

10% discount

Personal Tax Returns from $115



Need your dog pampered? Clipping/Grooming Hydrobath|Defleaing|Nails Ear Cleaning Breeder of Shetland Sheep Dogs

Over 25 years experience

Servicing clients in all country areas BABY CAPSULE HIRE


• Digital Antennas • Problems with reception • Set top box set-up • Government approved antenna installer

0418 819 676



Great range of second hand books for sale or exchange ALL TYPES OF PETS WELCOME

Springs Road, Glencoe

0488 440 422








BROWN BLD 232361


Please call for free measure & quote


Shop 1/80 Commercial St. West Mt Gambier. Ph: 08 8725 9141

0410 599 515







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It was music to the ears of all diehard supporters when the Kingston Football Club theme sang was sung with gusto after the A grade football on Saturday. The Saints defeated Border Districts on June 30 last year and have had to wait almost a year to Saturday’s clash with Kybybolite to again taste victory. it has been a lean few years for the once competitive Saints and was just reward for Meningie based coach Tim Richards, who

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drove two and a half hours just to get to the game. The Saints got over the line by a solitary point, thanks to some individual brilliance from Tyson Baker, who emerged the hero. Baker won the ball in the centre of the ground with precious seconds left on the clock. He took on tackles, breaking two, before setting sail for home from just on fifty, The ball bounced in the goal square and rolled through, handing the visitors the one point victory. It has been a different Saints line-up this season. They have been kicking scores, never falling below 10 goals and not suffering the same demoralising massive losses of the past three seasons. “The last month we have been playing some reasonable football,” Richards said. “We’ve been getting close to sides but now we’ve jumped a hurdle I hope and it’s a sign

of things to come.” The coach would like to see a couple more wins added to this breakthrough victory, although the next three games they face Mundulla, Naracoorte and Bordertown which will make life tough in the near future. The match followed a similar script to many others this season. Kingston right in the contest at half time, leading by 10 points but by three quarter time they trailed Kybybolite by 17 points and it looked like another honourable loss was on the cards. “We’ve got close to teams before and decided that’ll do but at three quarter time I said getting close won’t do today, it’s just not going to wash,” Richards said. “I basically asked them to show some leadership.” At the 20 minute mark of the final quarter the signs were still ominous as the Saints still trailed by three goals. Not surprisingly, Jamie

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Austin was the man leading from the front, not ust in the frenetic final quarter but all day. “He’s the Joel Selwood of our football club,” Richards said. “He is so inspirational - he’s not a big talker but he shows by example.” Key tall Sam Braidwood was also instrumental in the final quarter rally. He moved himself into the ruck late in the third quarter and for all of the last and was critical in giving his side first use of the football at clearances. Centre half back Matt Higgs was another four quarter performer who just kept getting the job done, while young wingman Josh Gluyas capped off a stellar month on the field with a solid, hard running performance. Another club icon Ashley Stenner also played a pivotal role in the victory, with his quality play and his on field leadership. It did come at a price

for the Saints with Stenner doing significant ligament damage and the in form Jesse Curkpatrick breaking his collar bone in the hard fought victory. It was also the final game for Todd Read, who is now off overseas. “It was a character building win for the boys,” Richards said. “We had a game plan and we executed and it worked so hopefully we can go on from here.” Around 15 players from Saturday’s winning side are under 21 years of age and the is a core group of eight or nine youngsters that have come right through the club ranks together. Both the coach and president Scott Gluyas are hopeful this group will be a solid foundation on which to rebuild the Saints. The club also has a number of talented senior colts, some of who have already had some senior action. “We’ve got a fairly young side with a good dozen local young fellas that we

WB Junior Football Results Under 14 South Gambier 2.1 5.3 7.4 8.5 (53) West Gambier 2.0 2.1 3.1 4.1 (25) Goals - South: C. Bachmann 3; J. Wright 2; A. Mulraney, E. White, C. Megaw. West: N. Taylor 3; B. Tilley. Best - South: B. Owen, T. Reid, J. Wright, S. Von Duve, C. Megaw. West: B. Hosking, B. Tilley, B. Von Duve, L. Jones, L. Rees, A. Pulford.

Lower South East Hockey Association players have returned from the South Australian Championships with some super results. The Lower South East under 13 girls emerged as State champions with Dana Fay Jones securing player of the grand final in the victory. The Country East under 15 boys finished runner-up to Mariners, while the Country East under 15 girls lost at the semi final stage of the championships 1-2 to Barossa/Riverland. The under 18 Country East team also bowed out at semi final stage. The under 13 boys narrowly missed finals.

Under 12A South Gambier 2.1 4.4 7.5 10.5 (65) West Gambier 0.1 0.2 2.2 2.2 (14) Goals - South: C. Munro 4; T. Boxall, Z. Mullan 2; K. Jones, S. Dukalskis. West: L. McEvoy, L. Jones. Best - South: K. Bowd, T. Boxall, Z. Mullan, T. Connell, Z. Kain. A. Kuhl. West: S. Ross, B. Burston, L. Jones, B. Dixon, L. McEvoy, M. Hunter.

Under 12B South White 3.0 6.3 6.3 10.3 (63) West Red 1.0 1.3 1.3 3.3 (21) Goals - South: none provided. West: M. Brown, Z. Walker, B. Lentsment. Best - South: none provided. West: J. Sanders, B. Lentsment, Z. Walker, E. Giddings, C. Wagstaffe, D. Carter. South Red 1.1 3.1 6.1 8.1 (49) West Blue 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - South: R. Mackle 4; T. Yates 2; E. Evans West: T. Newton. Best - South: T. May, R Mackle, B. Dunn, C. Barry, E. Pilven. West: R. Nattrass, J. Judd, I. Nattrass, M. Millard, L. Mackie, M. Aston.

Above left (top) - Joint under 13 girls captains Cody Lewis and Lauren Lunsmann accept the championship trophy. Above (left) - The Country East under 15 girls team. Left (far left) - Dana Fay Jones - under 13 girls grand final MVP. Left - Under 15 Country East grand final MVP - Lachlan Busiko. Above - The under 13 girls championship team. - 049

hope stick around for a while,” Gluyas said. “They played up like they had won a grand final.” The president said the win was just reward for a group that has been significantly more competitive in 2013. “At the start of the season we wanted to be more competitive and we’re seeing that,” he said. “There were certainly a few smiles around the place Saturday and that’s good to see.” It was a round of narrow upsets with Mundulla getting a two point victory over Penola and Keith toppling reigning premiers Bordertown by 17 points, the Roosters’ first defeat of 2013. Left - Kingston stalwart Jamie Austin, picured in action during 2011, was instrumental in the Saints breakthrough victory. Photo courtesy of Ace Coote.

Lower South East Hockey Association Round Six Division one men Cavaliers 4 d Redbacks 0; Division one women - Redbacks 4 d Cavaliers 2; West 3 d Naracoorte 0; Division two men - Cavaliers 6 d Redbacks; Division two women - Redbacks 6 d Cavaliers 0; West 2 d Portland 0; Tigers 2 d Naracoorte 0; Division three women - Redbacks 9 d Cavaliers 1; Portland 1 d West 0; Under 15 boys Redbacks 7 d Cavaliers 4; Under 15 girls - Redbacks 2 d Cavaliers 0; Under 13 boys - Cavaliers 1 d Redbacks 0; Under 13 girls - Cavaliers Black 2 d Redbacks 0.

Left - North Gambier’s Nicholas Mark looks to burst clear during the Tigers’ win over South Gambier at Blue Lake Sports Park on Saturday. Photos courtesy of Kelvin Ruge. Full Western Border scoreboard on page 51.

South East Women’s Football Association round 6 results Seniors Portland 2 (J. Smith, K. Jensen) d City 0; Millicent 3 (J. Grgetic 3) drew with United 3 (T. Nearmy 2; S. Mariano); Wanderers 4 (E. Ripper 2; L. McCallum, L. D’Onghia) d Villa 1 (A. Beck); Palace 2 (E. McClintock, G. Tentye) d County 0. Under 14 Millicent 3 (A. Canala, L. Izzo, Own Goal) d Mount 2 (M. Hollands 2); County 1 (L. Smith) d Palace 0.

Western Border Soccer Association premiership results Centrals v International A Grade Inter 5 d Centrals 3 B Grade Inter 3 d Centrals 0 Under 17 Inter 8 d Centrals 1 Under 14 Inter 2 d Centrals 1 Under 12 Inter 3 d Centrals 0 Millicent v Blue Lake A Grade Millicent 1 drew with Blue Lake 1 B Grade Millicent 1 d Blue Lake 0 Under 17 Blue Lake 5 d Millicent 0 Under 14 Blue Lake 10 d Millincet 0 (mercy rule) Under 12 Blue Lake 9 d Millicent 0

Portland v Naracoorte A Grade Portland 2 d Naracoorte 0 B Grade Portland 6 d Naracoorte 2 Under 14 Portland 4 d Naracoorte 3 Under 12 no details available Sharks v Apollo No scores were available at press time for the Sharks v Apollo matches.

Pioneers clock up win number twelve The Mount Gambier Pioneers remain two wins clear at the top of the South Conference standings after a workmanlike 10 point home court victory over Kilsyth. The Cobras had managed just four wins this season but the Pioneers never really managed to shake the determined visitors in the defensive scrap. Ben Allen led the charge with 18 points, including two three pointers, as well as 14 rebounds. Titus Robinson also got the job done on the scoreboard and on the boards with 12 points and a game high 15 rebounds. Erik Burdon topped the scoresheet for the home side with 19 points, while classy

Above (top) - Inter’s Goden Edwards leads in the racse for the ball with Connor Brooks in under 12 action.

Above (top) - Centrals under 12 captain Riley Burns goes toe to toe with Inter’s Ethan Chuck in a race for the loose ball.

Above (centre) - Lewis March, from Centrals, and Inter’s Tom Weedon battle for the ball in the air during under 17 action on Sunday.

Above (second from top) - Centrals under 12 goal keeper Josh Kernick looks to save this Inter attempt on goal.

Above - Centrals under 17 player Max Blakeway looks to clear the ball before Inter’s Matt Morony arrives on the scene. Photos courtesy of Martin Kernik.

Above (third from top) - Centrals Bailey Music looks to disposses Inter’s Calan Sheedy during under 17 action. Above - Centrals under 17 goal keeper Mitch Manser clears this ball away from the danger zone before hard running Inter forward Lachlan Charlton gets to take possession. - 050

ball handler Tom Daly was again a key in the victory, finishing with 15 points. While many would have headed to the Icehouse expecting a more one-sided result from top playing seventh, the pleasing fact was the team was able to grind out a victory without anyone having an outstanding game and coach Richard Hill has been wary of a possible mid to late season lull after such a dominant season that now sits at 12-4. The Pioneers host Brisbane this Friday night and will be wary of a side sitting fifth in the East conference and knocking on the door of a play-off berth.

Left - West Gambier’s Nick Martin looks to take possession of the ball despite the heat being applied by Millicent’s Cam Haggett. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.


Far left - Best on ground Nick McInerney looks to take possession ahead of young Demon Brodhi Carracher. Left - North Gambier coach Justin McConnell takes a diving mark during the Tigers’ victory over South at BLue Lake Sports Park. Photos courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.


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Photos from left - Lori-Ann Copping looks for a way past the hands pressure of Ailie Flett during A reserve action at the weekend; North A reserve defender Hannah Whelan was one of her team’s best; Krystie Reid passes off to a team mate during A reserve action at Blue Lake Sports Park on Saturday afternoon.



West Gambier 4.2 6.7 13.13 20.18 (138) Millicent 2.1 3.3 4.5 5.9 (39) Goals - West: N. Allen 6; T. Holmes 4; N. Lewis 3; B. Wilson 2; J. Ryan, N. Martin, J. Dobie, D. Lloyd, L. Morton. Millicent: G. Gascoyne 2; J. Reilly, J. Martin, D. Thwaites. Best - West: D. Lloyd, G. Tucker, A. Kamara, N. Allen, T. Holmes, L. Collins. Millicent: S. Withers, C. Gysbers, C. Haggett, S. Duldig, D. Thwaites, J. Martin. East Gambier 1.6 4.10 7.14 11.17 (83) Casterton 3.4 4.8 6.9 9.11 (65) Goals - East: H. Walters, S. Blashaw, J. Eldridge, K. Thomson 2; J. Dawe, L. Cates, R. Carman. Casterton: D. Ayton, J. Harvey 2; C. Perry, J. Smith, P. Kleeman, Z. Michau, B. Currie. Best - East: J. Fry, T. Case, G. Janeway, J. Eldridge, N. Lock, B. Creek. Casterton: A. Richardson, A. McKenzie, P. Kleeman, K. Brooker, C. Perry, B. Currie. North Gambier 1.1 8.3 13.5 15.7 (97) South Gambier 2.3 6.3 9.7 9.10 (64) Goals - North: J. McConnell 4; N. Blachut 3; L. Downs-Woolley 2; M. Ashby, B. Egan, A. Kilsby, B. Stafford, S. Flett, P. Perry. South: A. Bryant, S. Fleming 2; J. Ryan, C. Von Duve, B. Carracher, B. Exelby, T. Currie. Best - North: N. McInerney, T. Hosking, B. Egan, T. McInerney, M. Ashby, L. Symons. South: C. Von Duve, J. Dowdy, M. Weistra, B. O’Neil, S. Fleming.

Millicent 2.4 4.9 6.12 7.16 (48) West Gambier 1.1 1.4 4.8 6.10 (46) Goals - Millicent: S. Duncan, H. Nitschke 2; H. Reilly, R. Cranage, A. Nitschke. West: C. Johnson 2; A. Shultz, Y. Akita, D. Robbins, J. Hewett. Best - Millicent: A. Nitschke, A. Thorne, H. Reilly, M. Smith, R. Cranage, B. Grosser. West: K. Badman, B. Lane, K. Hawke, T. Lockwood, D. Robbins, C. Milich. Casterton 1.1 5.4 8.5 10.9 (69) East Gambier 2.0 3.2 6.5 7.7 (49) Goals - Casterton: M. Waters 6; R. Killey, G. Coxon, D. Wombwell 2; J. Broad, H. Beauglehall, J. Clode, A. O’Connell, T. Killey, T. Murrell. East: J. Dawe, T. Younghusband 2; L. Staniford, K. Cook, D. Kain. Best - Casterton: Z. Howlett, J. Clode, S. Penfold. Z. Cleary. East: L. Staniford, B. Creek, S. Scheidl, N. Murray, B. Lynch, K. Cook. North Gambier 2.1 4.4 8.5 11.7 (73) South Gambier 1.1 3.2 5.2 7.4 (46) Goals - North: J. Galpin, J. Schutz 2; S. McInerney, T. Gibbs, J. Gibbs, T. Young, M. Hensel, B. Steen, J. Roughana. South: R. Donovan, N. Patzel 2; R. Paterson, P. Ellis, P. Harten. Best - North: J. Walker, K. Opperman, T. Young, K. Kuhn, M. Hensel, G. Willoughby. South: M. Ryan, R. Hay, S. King, P. Glynn, P. Ellis.

Under 17 Casterton 7.3 10.5 (65) East Gambier 6.7 7.8 (50) Goals - Casterton: O. Richardson. I. Forbes 2; B. Devereaux, T. Brody, C. Zippel, B. Gill, A. Robertson, J. Carlin. East: M. Gray 2; J. Jones, T. Lock, D. Smith, B. Morton. Best - Casterton: D. Wombwell, D. Cleary, A. Cleary, B. Devereaux, S. Diegmann, I.Forbes. East: T. Lock, M. Gray, J. Dawe, H. Walters, B. Pannenburg, D. Robinson. North Gambier 3.1 7.5 7.7 10.8 (68) South Gambier 0.1 0.1 1.2 3.8 (26) Goals - North: S. Sochacki, N. Pasquazzi 3; S. Stafford, L. McKinnon, W. Lewis, L. English. South: R. Franchetto 2; J. Tentye. Best - North: M. McInerney, L. English, J. Hunter, T. Hatt, Z. Mewett, N. Pasquazzi. South: J. Schleter, Z. King, J. Tentye, R. Franchetto, B. Whicker, H. Stevens. West Gambier 5.2 9.4 12.9 17.11 (113) Millicent 0.0 1.1 2.1 5.2 (32) Goals - West: G. Ha 6; J Coombe, R. Langley 3; J. Lock 2; M. Hunter, J. Pfitzner, M. Walmsley-Pace. Millicent: B. Fabris 3; H. Nitschke 2. Best - West: J. Coombe, L. Bradley-Brown, R. Langley, G. Ha, A. Pfitzner, M. Hunter. Millicent: J. DeJong, H. Nitschke, J. Grimes.

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

% 226.79 151.20 85.40 84.64 63.75 62.09

Pts 14 10 8 6 2 2

WB Netball Results A Grade South Gambier 43 (L. King, T. Sims) d North Gambier 35 (A. O’Shaughnessy, M. Renko); Millicent 68 (D. Denton, L. Duldig) d West Gambier 45 (L. Cram, R. Wilson); Casterton 53 (E. Brewster, G. Sealey) d East Gambier 40 (B. Dempsey, G. Green).

A Reserve North Gambier 65 (G. Hinge, H. Whelan) d South Gambier 22 (D. McKinnon, K. Reid); West Gambier 44 (K. Rolton, M. Ryan) d Millicent 43 (T. Haggett, C. Grimes); Casterton 53 (T. Cleary, A. Shannon) d East Gambier 45 (L. Murray, R. Pratt).

B Grade South Gambier 55 (K. McIntyre-Clark, L. Bruggeman) d North Gambier 42 (A. Jolley, L. Yeates); West Gambier 60 (S. Cummins, C. Somerfield) d Millicent 29 (B. Turner, L. Sims) Casterton 51 (K. Bruce-Smith, B. Tierney) d East Gambier 49 (Z. Tomkinson, N. McIntyre).

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Millicent 0.2 2.3 4.3 5.4 (34) West Gambier 1.1 1.2 4.2 4.3 (27) Goals - Millicent: J. Grimes, S. Willis, M. Hitschke, M. Gordon, B. Fabris. West: R. Hosking, J, Stokker 2. Best - Millicent: B. Kenny, M. Gordon, J. McBain, N. Robinson, B. Fabris, B. Patzel. West: R. Hosking, N. Tilley, B. Hosking, J. Gosling, L. Beckman, B. Wagstaffe. East Gambier 1.1 4.2 6.2 8.2 (50) Casterton 2.0 2.2 3.3 4.6 (30) Goals - East: T. ockwood, B. Pitts 3; S. Brooksby, B. Thomas. Casterton: A. Naylor, C. Jarrad, J. Gibbs, B. Millard. Best - East: M. Murphy, T. Lockwood, Z. Young, B. McMillan, B. Pitts, B. Clark. Casterton: B. Galpin, K. Zippel, B. Guthrie, J. Milich, C. McCombe, R. Jolly. South Gambier 3.0 5.1 9.3 11.4 (70) North Gambier 0.2 0.4 1.4 2.4 (16) Goals - South: J. Capewell 4; R. Glynn, P. Gale, D. Ridding, J. Dukalskis, L. Bull, J. Czerwonka, S. Walker. North: B. Cose, L. Hunt. Best - South: S. Walker, R. Glynn, R. Wilson-Waye, R. Broome, L. Bull, L. Muller. North: K. Baker, T. Bruhn, T. Brookes, B. Close, N. Steen, T. Wilson-Smith.

South Gambier 50 (B. Fuller, J. O’Neil) d North Gambier 37 (K. Pietsch, N. Bosko); West Gambier 49 (D. Watson, K. Dawe) d Millicent 28 (B. Shanks, K. Ryan); East Gambier 49 (R. Gibson, T. Gray) d Casterton 39 (P. Robbins, C. Jones).

17 and under North Gambier 45 (B. Watson, T. Woodall) d South Gambier 11 (A. Kenny, N. Short); West Gambier 31 (T. Earl, M. Teakle) d Millicent 17 (M. Squires, E. Rayner); East Gambier 22 (E. McKay, G. Green) d Casterton 19 (A. Shannon, E. Milich).

15 and under North Gambier 43 (L. Day, S. Hayman) d South Gambier 9 (L. Lockwood, L. Gazzard); West Gambier 32 (S. Harding, J. Davis) d Millicent 31 (Z. Brown, L. Bowman); East Gambier 51 (B. McKay, T. Gray) d Casterton 22 (T. McIntosh, H. Waters).

13 and under South Gambier 45 (O. Dukalskis, J. Adams) d North Gambier 26 (L. Ross, G. Hood); Millicent 34 (A. Lambert, M. Turner) d West Gambier 21 (E. Stevens, E. Hunter).



MSE Netball Results A Grade Glencoe 57 (B. Wilson, S. Lawler) d Tantanoola 40 (T. Knaggs); Hatherleigh 57 (K. Green, E. Watson) d Robe 44 (C. Dawson, A. Hunt); Mt Burr 68 (K. Sporer, S. Puiatti) d Kongorong 36 (S. Loughhead, K. Saffin); Kalangadoo 67 (L. Ousey, E. Cunningham) d Port MacDonnell 34 (M. Murdoch, C. Merrett).

A Reserve Glencoe 45 (K. Sealey, L. Waller) d Tantanoola 40 (J. Ditcham, A. Ditcham); Hatherleigh 50 (M. Hann, A. Faulkner) d Robe 39 (K. Venn, I. Dean); Kongorong 38 (K. Earl, S. Lucas) d Mt Burr 18 (A. Guyett, S. Lowndes); Kalangadoo 68 (K. Krammins) d Port MacDonnell 32 (B. Williams, B. Coutts).

B Grade Tantanoola 62 (T. Taylor, M. Lindner) d Glencoe 51 (K. Collins, J. Lamb); Hatherleigh 67 (M. Gibson, M. Wight) d Robe 28 (T. Allwight, T. Davis); Kongorong 58 (C. Ashby, H. Greenfield) d Mt Burr 28; Port MacDonnell 59 (L. Altorfer, K. Millard) d Kalangadoo 51 (A. Bruins, K. Martin).

B Reserve Tantanoola 47 (T. Wheatley, A. Taylor) d Glencoe 16 (C. Von Duve, B. Rothall); Kongorong 41 (J. Hwakins, R. Baldwin) d Mt Burr 17; Port MacDonnell 33 (M. Perryman, S. Buchanan) drew with Kalangadoo (K. Dunn, J. Cock).

17 and under Tantanoola 51 (C. Walker, E. Serle) d Glencoe 36 (E. Mitchell, A. Cocks); Hatherleigh 82 (C. Varcoe, S. Allan) d Robe 27 (H. Perkins, L. Howe-Morgan); Kongorong 49 (E. McClintock, L. Waugh) d Mt Burr 11 (E. Russell, S. Nieuwenhuizen); Kalangadoo 37 (B. Coxon, M. Pitt) d Port MacDonnell 29 (J. Finnigan, T. Wilsmore).

15 and under Tantanoola (M. Taylor, K. Hale) d Glencoe 20 (T. Wilkinson, C. Waye); Hatherleigh 44 (A. Brooks, M. Pulmer) d Robe 40 (D. Carter, E. Sawyer); Kongorong 34 (M. Hein, C. Sealey); d Mt Burr 33 (K. Lesslie, S. Beck); Kalangadoo 47 (A. Wright, S. Flanigan) d Port MacDonnell 37 (E. Walmsley-Pace, A. Feast).

13 and under Robe 69 (A. Pettit, K. Gibbs) d Hatherleigh 11 (M. Varcoe, M. Gray); Mt Burr 43 (E. Hogan, E. Gray) d Kongorong 16 (A. Cagney, A. Formosa); Port MacDonnell 50 (H. Borwn, E. Williams) d Kalangadoo 25 (J. Ryan, K. Jones).


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Port MacDonnell 7.2 21.6 27.12 39.17 (251) Kalangadoo 2.1 2.1 2.5 2.5 (17) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromley 16; J. McGregor 5; M. Lewis, J. Zeitz 3; D. Munn, R. Povey, W. MacDonald, L. Pratt 2; S. Devine, B. McGregor, B. Stephens, L. McIntyre. Kalangadoo: R. Carlson, B. Casey.Best - Pt Mac: D. Bromely, W. MacDonald, R. Povey, R. Fox, B. O’Dine, D. Munn. Kalangadoo: B. Casey, A. Stone, M. Jones, J. Casey, J. Pratt, M. Lowe. Mt Burr 7.4 9.8 15.11 20.14 (134) Kongorong 4.3 7.4 11.4 12.9 (93) Goals - Mt Burr: C. Murray 6; S. Bevan 4; D. Ridley, B. Hennink 3; D. Bowering 2; C. Gallio, B. Gordon. Kongorong: J. Simkin, A. Harding 4; S. Phillips 3; B. Drew, J. Phillips, J. Wright. Best - Mt Burr: B. Hennink, N. Muhovics, C. Gallio, D. Ridley, J. Nowak, C. Murray. Kongorong: B. Drew, S. Phillips, D. Phillips, N. Ham, N. Reid. Hatherleigh 7.4 11.10 23.13 30.16 (196) Robe 0.0 0.0 0.1 2.1 (13) Goals - Hatherleigh: S. Telfer 9; C. Buckley 4; J. Sullivan, J. Bateman, B. Sneath 3; D. Clough, T. Bell 2; J. Faulkner, T. Schulz, B. Wight, T. Agnew. Robe: B. Davis, R. Dickinson. Best - Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, T. Saunders, J. Sullivan, S. Telfer, S. Waring, J. Faulkner. Robe: T. Pearce, Z. Deane, J. Keane, E. Samuel, B. Jess. Glencoe 4.3 6.9 11.11 18.14 (122) Tantanoola 1.5 3.7 4.11 6.14 (50) Goals - Glencoe: M. McRae, L. Sharaf 4; A. Hentschke, D. Paproth 3; B. Mitchell, K. Clark, T. Edwards, Z. Cocks. Tantanoola: K. Dodd 3; M. Bennett, C. Hamilton, D. Knaggs. Best - Glencoe: K. Clark, M. Von Duve, D. Paproth, J. Bates, T. Edwards, L. Medhurst. Tantanoola: T. Stringer, T. McGrath, C. Hamilton, B. Reilly, K. Dodd, R. Clarke.

Port MacDonnell 1.0 3.0 5.3 7.5 (47) Kalangadoo 0.0 4.2 4.4 6.6 (42) Goals - Pt Mac: J. Williams, T. Sullivan 2; B. Wilke, R. Brodie. Kalangadoo: R. Carlson 3; T. Jones, M. Krieger, T. Saunders. Best - Pt Mac: J. Stark, T. Sullivan, T. Sullivan, K. McClean, R. Brodie, S. Zeitz. Kalangadoo: J. Bayley, M. Krieger, L. Farrugia, B. Casey, T. Jones, J. Opie. Mt Burr 4.1 5.3 7.6 8.7 (55) Kongorong 3.0 3.1 5.1 7.3 (45) Goals - Mt Burr: H. Schultz 5; D. Lesslie 2; D. Vanderhorst. Kongorong: T. Saffin, J. Mullan 2; J. Blackwell, M. Waters, A. Last. Best - Mt Burr: D. Lesslie, D. Delbridge, A. Ridley, B. Hogan, A. Butler, L. Collyer. Kongorong: A. Last, R. Hein, J. Blackwell, H. Evans, T. Saffin, D. Brown. Hatherleigh 3.2 8.5 9.8 12.8 (80) Robe 0.2 1.2 2.6 2.6 (18) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Gibbs 3; T. Jackman-Tilley 2; S. Sutherland, J. Brooks, J. Jones, M. Pulmer, D. Sutherland, B. Wight, J. Telfer. Robe: C. Davis, S. Altschwager. Best - Hatherleigh: K. Pulmer, S. Kent, F. Slape, M. Bunt, J. Jones. Robe: J. Gibbs, L. Smith, H, Ludwig, A. Clements, J. Hann, H, Smith. Tantanoola 1.4 7.6 7.11 9.16 (70) Glencoe 2.1 3.2 4.4 4.4 (28) Goals - Tantanoola: M. Reid 6; C. Williams, T. Pink, S. Moreland. Glencoe: B. Millhouse, R. Edwards, M. Khan, E. Trupp. Best - Tantanoola: M. Reid, T. Pink, M. Roberts, B. McRostie, S. White, D. Pink. Glencoe: B. Mitchell, M. Telford, E. Trupp, J. Telford, B. Elven, M. Shayne.

B Grade Port MacDonnell 7.2 12.5 17.9 22.12 (150) Kalangadoo 1.0 2.0 3.1 3.2 (20) Goals - Pt Mac: M. Sullivan, M. Stark, A. Taylor 3; J. Noonan, T. Lampard, J. Smith, S. Cram, M. Dwyer 2; N. Roach, I. Ransom, D. Jones, K. Blacksell. Kalangadoo: Z. Dunn, B. Whitehead. Best - Pt Mac: K. Blacksell, J. Smith, S. Cram, N. Roach, B. Goodwin, M. Sullivan. Kalangadoo: S. McCann, M. May, B. May, C. Auld, M. Millhouse, M. Grosvenor. Kongorong 6.2 7.4 11.6 13.9 (87) Mt Burr 0.1 1.5 3.7 4.11 (35) Goals - Kongorong: J. Turner 4; M. Evans 3; W. Attiwill 2; J. Bottomley, B. Dobbs, G. Hay, M. Trevilyan. Mt Burr: Z. Wallis 2; T. Butler, M. Lesslie. Best - Kongorong: M. Trevilyan, T. Elleston, B. Dening, J. Turner, D. Harradine, B. Clark. Mt Burr: Z. Wallis, T. Wimutu, A. Wiese, A. Ferguson, S. Hughes, M. Field. Hatherleigh 9.2 13.8 17.10 26.10 (166) Robe 1.0 2.1 4.3 5.6 (36) Goals - Hatherleigh: T. Merrett 7; A. Driessen 6; N. Brown 4; L. Haines 3; T. Loveday 2; N. Stratford, J. Winter, S. Beggs, S. Lambert. Robe: A. Brooks 3; G. Hunt, H. Kurray. Best - Hatherleigh: R. Bowering, N. Stratford, T. Merrett, J. Grover, M. Bowman, T. Pegler. Robe: D. McKenny, A. Kokiousis, G. Hunt, T. Woodward, H. Kurray, Glencoe 8.1 12.3 14.4 17.6 (108) Tantanoola 0.2 4.4 6.6 9.7 (61) Goals - Glencoe: B. Curran 5; N. McEachern, A. Cary 3; J. Finnis, M. Kasparian, A. Scott, T. Biggins, J. Waller, S. Giersch. Tantanoola: J. Pearce 3; S. Taylor 2; S. Varcoe, Z. Courbois, L. Kent, J. Varcoe. Best - Glencoe: A. Sealey, B. Curran, T. Biggins, J. Finnis, N. McEachern, A. Cary. Tantanoola: B. McGrath, S. Bowering, M. Warren, S. Taylor, B. McRostie.

MSE Seniors Ladder Hatherleigh Glencoe Port MacDonnell Tantanoola Mt Burr Kongorong Kalangadoo Robe Nangwarry

% 76.82 66.81 66.19 54.37 46.89 48.36 32.11 20.93 36.41

Pts 32 28 24 24 24 16 8 4 0

Left - West Gambier’s Lisa Cram looks for an down court option as Millicent defender Tanaya Redman looks to disrupt the feed. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.

Junior Colts Port MacDonnell 0.3 5.4 9.5 13.8 (86) Kalangadoo 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Pt Mac: none supplied. Kalangadoo: S. McManus. Best - Pt Mac: none supplied. Kalangadoo: S. McManus, K. Marshall, C. Vaughan, L. McIntyre, L. Redford, L. Telford. Mt Burr 4.3 9.6 10.9 11.11 (77) Kongorong 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Tukia 4; J. Wilson 2; T. Vanderhorst, D. Hogan, C. Gamble, E. Ballantyne, B. Russell. Best - Mt Burr: C. Gamble, B. Russell, L. Collyer, T. Tukia, J. Wilson, T. Vanderhorst. Kongorong: M. Hein, T. Modra, R. Vickery, W. Vickery, L. Bottomley. Hatherleigh 4.1 6.3 11.6 11.8 (74) Robe 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals - Hatherleigh: L. Brown 3; J. Jones 2; D. Treloar, E. Seamer, W. Chay, C. Gibbs, A. Seamer. Best - Hatherleigh: B. Bowman, J. Jones, H. Coote, D. Treloar, S. Gray, M. Telfer. Robe: A. Weir, M. Hansberry, C. Walsh, H. Hooper, B. Bayliss, E. Dutton. Tantanoola 4.1 5.2 7.2 8.15 (63) Glencoe 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals - Tantanoola: J. Bell 3; S. Linton 2; J. Hann, C. Serle, J. Radley. Best - Tantanoola: H. Ferguson, A. Roberts, Z. Walker, M. Sorella, J. Bell, J. Hann. Glencoe: B. Arthurson, K. Poole, J. Shayne, P. Mitchell, B. Lipscombe, D. Mallon.

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Mid South East Netball Association’s A grade netball side might not have made the 2013 South Australian Country Championships finals but two if its team certainly had a good weekend making the championship top ten. Keston Green (above left) and and new Robe recruit Keely Mason (above right) were both honoured.


Heywood 2.2 4.6 8.8 13.9 (87) Westerns 2.1 5.3 8.4 13.7 (85) Goals - Heywood: J. Saunders, M. Wilson 3; J. Bell 2; J. Walker, B. Nash, J. Vaughan, L. Sartori, R. Bleumink. Westerns: S. Dart 3; K. Richardson, R. Cracknell, J. Patterson, M. Huppatz 2; D. Jennings, L. Evans. Best - Heywood: S. O’Brien, J. Imbi, B. Nash, J. Walker, J. Saunders, B. Millard. Westerns: J. Patterson, T. Frost, M. Keem, R. Cracknell, J. Webb, R. Gardiner. Sandford 2.2 8.6 13.10 16.12 (108) Branx-Wallace 2.1 4.2 5.3 8.5 (53) Goals - Sandford: M. Kurzman 4; W. Bilney, S. Thiselton 3; K. Schaefer, P. Hutchins 2; D. Jamieson, H. Wathen. Branx-Wallace: P. Downs, M. McLean 3; A. Caruana, A. Bunting. Best - Sandford: L. Robinson, B. Walker, D. Milera, W. Bilney, N. Heron, S. Thiselton. Branx-Wallace: M. Monaghan, J. Bradley, J. Evans, A. Bunting, N. Lester, T. Kennedy. Tyrendarra 4.6 11.8 15.8 16.10 (106) Dartmoor 2.2 7.6 11.11 12.12 (84) Goals - Tyrendarra: S. Byron 4; D. Polkinghorne, D. Killmister 3; M. Peters, M. Lenehan, T. Holland, B. Menzel, A. Lipscombe, J. Clay. Dartmoor: S. Jones 4; C. Hatfield, J. Ropitini, J. Pridham 2; M. Oldfdield, S. Jones. Best - Tyrendarra: D. Polkinghorne, M. Peters, D. Aldous, M. Sutton, J. Clay, J. Ward. Dartmoor: K. Smith, S. Jones, M. Oldfield, A. Jones, M. Reid, L. Polaski. Coleraine 26.23 (179) Heathmere 0.1 (1) Goals - Coleraine: none provided. Heathmere: none provided. Best - Coleraine: none provided. Heathmere: none provided.


Hampden Football League

A Grade Koroit 3.4 13.9 18.13 25.14 (164) Hamilton Kangaroos 1.2 1.3 3.4 3.6 (24) Goals - Koroit: S. Dobson 5; J. McLaren 4; S. Blake, E. Zimmer, M. Van der Mark, B. Harrington, J. Hausler 2; B. Dobson, B. Goodall, C. McLaren, K. Dwyer, H. Drew. Hamilton: B. Huf 2; H. Douglas. Best - Koroit: B. Goodall, B. Dobson, B. Harringtonh, J. Hausler, S. Dobson, I. Templeton. Hamilton: H. Waldron, K. Uebergang, L. Crawford, G. Crawford, T. Waters, B. Huf. Cobden 8.1 8.1 10.3 13.8 (86) Portland 6.7 6.7 7.11 8.14 (62) Goals - Cobden: A. Cole, J. Norton 3; T. Horan, J. Evans 2; T. Leishman, L. Cahill, P. Hinkley. Portland: J. Stiles, B. Bentley, J. Hayse 2; M. England, J. Holt.Best - Cobden: A. Cole, P. Hinkley, L. Cahill, A. Courtney, B. Richardson, S. Uwland. Portland: R. Egan, J. Quinlivan, B. Bentley, L. Van Heugten, D. Falcone, M. Amor.

Above (top) - West Gambier’s Tom Holmes in plenty of space. The 2010/11 premiership player has been a welcome addition to the Roos line-up, adding more class to the midfield, as well as increased goal kicking ability.

Far left - South defender Tash Hemmings-Dunn send the ball down court despite the pressure from Christie McCourt. Left - South A reserve shooter Emily Gazzard looking for a passing option during Saturday’s netball action.

Kingston 5.5 10.5 11.12 16.15 (111) Kybybolite 4.4 8.7 14.11 16.14 (110) Goals - Kingston: D. Richardson 3; J. Gould, T. Read, J. Gluyas, R. Cuneen 2; J. Austin, T. Baker, S. Robertson, A. Stenner, B. Warner. Kybybolite: S. Carberry 5; D. Smith 4; M. Slotegraaf, C. Hanley 2; B. Laurie, M. Pannell, J. Bittner. Best - Kingston: J. Austin, A. Stenner, M. Higgs, J. Gluyas, R. Cuneen, D. Richardson. Kybybolite: D. Arnold, S. Carberry, B. Laurie, D. Ogilvie, D. Smith, J. Bittner. Padthaway 6.2 15.5 17.8 23.9 (147) Kaniva-Leeor 4.1 6.3 12.6 16.9 (105) Goals - Padthaway: P. Lindsay, B. Gunning 6; T. McLennan, M. Hoffman 3; P. Elsden 2; T. Edwards, S. Townsend, M. Roscow. Kaniva-Leeor: P. Adlington 3; S. Vivian, C. Sharples, J. Hicks, N. Meyer 2; J. Vivian, B. Stallion, S. Smith, J. Turner, D. Hawker. Best - Padthaway: T. Edwards, P. Lindsay, M. Hoffman, W. Verco, H. Treloar, M. Roscow. Kaniva-Leeor: P. Adlington, J. Turner, S. Stallion, C. Sharples, S. Vivian, J. Vivian. Mundulla 4.5 8.12 12.13 15.15 (105) Penola 4.2 7.3 14.6 16.7 (103) Goals - Mundulla: B. Packer 3; S. Luckett, G. Obst, W. Packer, L. Wiese, B. Lehmann 2; S. Excell, B. Milligan. Penola: A. Merrett, J. Copping 5; M. Devereux 3; S. Zadow, M. Willson, L. Jones. Best - Mundulla: B. Packer, J. McGrice, G. Obst, C. Obst, H. Thorpe, J. Wiese. Penola: M. Merrett, D. Coxon, M. Willson, J. Copping, B. Foster, M. Ferguson. Naracoorte 9.3 16.5 26.7 28.9 (177) Border Districts 1.2 4.4 6.8 15.11 (101) Goals - Naracoorte: S. Logan 10; B. Gould 5; B. Henderson, R. Jones, S. Henschke, M. Parker 2; J. Gilbert, C. Mifsud, J. Gschwandter, S. Patterson, Z. Donnelly. Border Districts: B. Vallance 5; C. Barras 4; M. Ellis 2; R. Adams, S. Ferenci, T. Crick, J. Hirst. Best - Naracoorte: M. Hartree, S. Logan, M. Gill, B. Gould, R. Jones, K. Jacobs. Border Districts: J. Zeuner, B. Vallance, G. McWaters, N. Tarca, N. Naylor, T. Crick. Keith 5.4 9.11 13.13 17.19 (121) Bordertown 5.2 6.3 12.7 16.9 (105) Goals - Keith: none supplied. Bordertown: N. Frederick 5; L. Eats 3; J. Jarrett, C. Diment, M. Dahlitz, A. Stephens, J. Searle, S. Copestick, R. Tink, C. Dahlitz. Best - Keith: none supplied. Bordertown: A. Stephens, H. Paech, R. Tink, N. Frederick, M. Kerr, N. Hewett.

KNT Goalkickers Adam Merrett Sam Logan Nathan Frederick Clint Barras James McEntee Tim Harkness Tom Mc Lennan Jon Copping

A Grade Cobden 47 d Portland 40 (R. Skinner, T. Bannam, J. Piergrosse) Koroit 69 d Hamilton Kangaroos 37 (A. Huf, H. Huf, A. Feely)

Penola Naracoorte Bordertown Border Districts Keith Bordertown Padthaway Penola

50 49 49 41 37 30 25 22

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

Hampden Netball Results

% 65.35 66.71 66.67 61.00 55.17 47.88 47.36 42.19 37.43 39.75 22.27

Pts 32 24 24 24 20 12 12 12 8 6 2

KNT Netball Results A Grade

Hampden Football Netball League - June 22

Kybybolite 60 (S. Arnold, J. Castin) d Kingston 40 (T. Gluyas, R. Smith); Penola 63 (A. Kuhl, S. Skeer) d Mundulla 33 (A. Excell, D. Ciampa); Naracoorte 52 (E. Hunter, K. Mott) d Border Districts 42 (H. Sellars, E. Block); Bordertown 58 (A. Milne, T. Poulton) d Keith 57 (M. Harper, T. Wilsdon).


KNT Round 10- June 22

Aboive - West’s Doug Lloyd, who was best on groun in Saturday’s A grade victory, looks to make life tough for Millicent’s Brad Tilley. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger.

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football

MGNA Netball Results A Grade Saints 48 (R. Primmer, S. Primmer) d Hobitz 47 (L. Humphries, M. Bucik); Vicis 69 (A. Beer, G. Richards) d Zodiacs 19 (M. Phillips, A. Shaw); Intruders 65 (K. Grubb, C. Grubb) d Amazons 35 (T. Smith, M. Stephens). - 053



success for local bowlers

Above - Mixed fours gold medal winners - Tony Bowditch, Lynda Kember, Tanya Burke and Craig Pearson. Below - Mised Pairs gold medal winners - Doreen and John Oakley. The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association fielded a regional team, which competed in Broken Hill on the June long weekend. The team comprised 26 players, which fielded 10 different team

combinations. The association competed against teams from the Mid South East Indoor Bowls, Adelaide Metro, Para Districts/Golden Grove and Broken Hill Indoor Bowls Associations. The Mount

Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association showed that it can mix it with best once again, with great results in most of the events in the South Australian regional tournament. Kristy Davis won gold by winning three games and one draw to claim the ladies singles. John and Doreen Oakley won three of the four games to claim gold in the mixed pairs. The mixed fours of Tony Bowditch, Craig Pearson, Lynda Kember and Tanya Burke won all four games to win the gold medal. The ladies fours team of Gaylene Leggett, Shirley Gifford, Serena Davis and Marina Davis were alsogold medal recipients, winning three of their four games. Ladies triples team of Fiona

Pearson, Jennifer Bowering and Keisha Pearson took out the silver medal. All the regions points were tallied for the Othams Trophy and the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association finished one point higher than last year to once again finish in second place, two points short of first place. Final standings Adelaide Metro 49, Mt Gambier 47, Broken Hill 41, Para Districts/Golden Grove 38, & Mid South East 25. Below - Ladies triples silver medal winners- Jennifer Bowering, Keisha Pearson and Fiona Pearson.

Above - Ladies singles gold medal winner Kristy Davis. Below - Ladies fours godl medal winners - Marina Davis, Gaylene Leggett, Shirley Gifford and Serena Davis.


Millicent bowls action

Kilsby Shield - Post-Tel 51 d Mil Lel 49; Glencoe 64 d St Martins 48; Glenburnie 56 d Kongorong 54. Malseed Shield - Moorak Blue 74 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 48; OB Flat 63 d Moorak Red 58; Mount Gambier Bowls Club 59 d Saints 48; Yahl 68 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 35.

South East Coast Basketball League results Men - Bulldogs 82 (S. Berkefeld 28; M. Berkefeld 16; J. Ferguson-Lane 14) d Roos 66 (M. Markiewicz 18; L. Blicavs 16; M. Bachmann 15); Wizards 79 (N. Parslow 36; B. Rathjen, N. Morrison 12) d Panthers 77 (D. Brown 26; T. Brown 18; M. Mott 16); Cougars 98 (S. Stafford, K. deWit 26; B. Ousey) d Millicent 45 (J. Murphy 15; J. Telfer 10; B. Wilson 8). Women - Panthers 47 (B. Walters 13; K. Smith 12; S. Allen 9) d Roos 30 (C. Weir 14; R. Hines 10; A. Kalontarian 3); Millicent 43 (A. Walker 13; K. Smith 12; S. Allan 9) d Cougars 38 (G. Green 27; B. Watson 9; E. Cunningham 2).

Above (left) - Winners of last week’s Hahn and Somerset 2-4-2 competition - Derk Pietersma (left) and Malcolm Wright. Above (right) - Denis Clifford in action during last Thursday’s 2-4-2 competition.

Western Border netball weekend action Far left - North Gambier A reserve player Christie McCourt takes this pass strongly during the Tigers’ huge win over South Gambier. Left (centre) - South shooter Dani McKinnon looks to score over the defensive pressure of Larissa Norman. Left - North Gambier’s Stacy Chapman send the ball across the circle during A reserve action at Blue Lake Sports Park on Saturday. - 054


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18” Commodore Falcon

wheels and tyres

wheels and tyres

wheels and tyres

wheels and tyres




Haymann Reese CAR Bars SERVICING Tow from




4-13mm safe driving 2-4mm check again soon 0-2mm replace now


Includes oil & oil filter





cash back

on each Bridgestone and Firestone branded tyres when you present your RAA, AANT, RACQ, RACV, NRMA or RACT card.




















• Leather • Custom Shelving • Dual Fuel






• Reverse Camera • IQ system • Only 10,062kms












• Bluetooth • One owner • 13,902kms









• 6 SRS Airbags • 16” Alloy Wheels • Full Service History


• New car warranty • Only 11,628kms • Capped price service








• 6 Speed Manual • One Owner • Only 34,596kms






• 17” alloys • Rear parking sensors • CD stacker



• Head Rest DVD Player • 6.0L V8 • Bose Audio System






• 6 Speed Manual • Leather Interior • Brembo Brake Upgrade


• Sat Nav • DVD Player • Full Service History









• 3.0L Turbo Diesel • ARB Bull Bar • Tow Pack










• Turbo Diesel • 7 Seater • DVD Player


33-41 Penola Road, MOUNT GAMBIER. Sales direct 08 8724 1177

ST GEORGE FINANCE AVAILABLE ON SITE *Driveaway price based on 3 month SA rego, transfers and stamp duty. Excludes new cars, demos and clearance vehicles. Conditions apply.



2010 NISSAN TIIDA ST Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning,

Automatic, 1 owner, iPod connectivity, 16”

dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise

alloy wheels, climate control, 4 airbags,

control, power steering. YGF-914.

CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. XRP-645.

Internet ID: 20461

Was $15,990 Internet ID: 20468

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5 speed manual turbo diesel 4x4, 1 owner, full logbook records, heavy duty tow bar, tinted windows, power windows, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking. A13VC.

Automatic, turbo diesel 4x4, full log-book records, heavy duty tow bar, 17” alloy wheels, fog lights, 2 zone climate control, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, power windows, roof racks. BM75PN. Was $34,990. Internet ID: 20523

Automatic, turbo diesel, full log-book service history, alloy nudge bar, multi zone climate control, reversing camera, mobile phone connectivity, 17” alloy wheels, 8 airbags, CD player. YGN-854. Was $49,990. Internet ID: 20522

Automatic turbo diesel, 7 seats, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, tinted windows, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCK-304.

5 speed manual turbo diesel, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 4 airbags, CD stacker, cenrtal locking, cruise control, power windows, side steps. YEF-995.

Internet ID: 20563

Internet ID: 20595

Internet ID: 20526




Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, eight airbags, leather seats, power windows, air conditioning, CD player, central locking, cruise control. BM93PV.

Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. YHF-12L.

Automatic, 18” alloy wheels, anti lockbrakes, climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. YYT-855.

Was: $18,990

Was: $22,990

Internet ID: 20499

Internet ID: 20493

Was: $26,990 Internet ID: 20506


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25,990 $







5 speed manual, air conditioning, dual airbags, cruise control, 15” alloy wheels, tinted windows, central locking, power steering. CC045E.

5 speed manual, complete service history, air conditioning, tinted windows, central locking, fog lights, driver airbag, CD player, power steering. XDP-799. Was $6,990.

Automatic, 4WD, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power windows. S808AHO. Was $17,990.

Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power steering, power windows. XBO-023.

Internet ID: 20534

Internet ID: 20529

Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, tinted windows, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power steering, power windows. XPP-838.

Internet ID: 20552

Internet ID: 20527


Internet ID: 20565
















Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. XWL-579.

5 speed manual, 57,152kms, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, 7 airbags, tinted windows, bluetooth, bodykit, CD palyer, central locking, cruise control, power windows. WFO-415.

Automatic turbo diesel, 7 seats, 45,602kms, 18” alloy wheels, climate control, 7 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. YOO-199.

Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 9 airbags, bluetooth, CD palyer, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. S266AJL.

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, dual airbags, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power steering, power windows. XMD-417.

Internet ID: 20584

Internet ID: 20605

Internet ID: 20654

Internet ID: 20614

Internet ID: 20566

John Richter (Sales Manager) 0402 315 481

Warren Munro 0417 861 199

John Ellis 0428 003 351

Richard Copeland 0431 928 277

Tim Pietsch (Finance) 08 8721 3400

113 Commercial Street East, MOUNT GAMBIER web:

LVD 2545 Prices exclude Government charges

SALES HOTLINE 08 8721 3400 OR TOLL FREE 1800 042 270 It’s nice to go to someone who