Lifestyle1 magazine Issue 488

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It’s show time this school holidays at Gambier City Bowl See page 3 for details


favourites and new attractions at Gambier City Bowl

You are always guaranteed a great time at Gambier City Bowl - that never changes - but they are always looking for new ideas and ways

to improve the experience and their latest acquisition is redemption machines. These machines give out tickets that enable the user to

save up and buy prizes out of the show case. They are very popular in metropolitan locations and it’s adding a new dimension to the Gambier

City Bowl experience. There are plenty of old favourites still on offer too including the show bag deal, which has been part of the Gambier City Bowl

repertoire for the past four years. This school holidays is the perfect time to experience the show bag deal - an offer made possible by the

generous support of Smith’s Chip Company, Geoff Morris Distributors, Oatmill Cinemas and the local businesses in the Odeon Plaza. The

show bag deal is one game plus shoe hire and a show bag ($14) or two games plus shoe hire and a show bag ($18) and is valid until 6pm daily with adults and children’s prices the same. The show bag contains two packets of Smiths chips; a bag of fairy floss; a bag of mixed lollies; a Cadbury chocolate bar; a bottle of water; an inflatable baseball bat and vouchers for the Oatmill Cinema, Yoeys, Bakers Delight (limited), and Rentlo. Gambier City Bowl is located at 103 Commercial Street West (corner of Elizabeth Street), Mount Gambier, or call (08)8723 2442. Far left - Kurk Rasmussen is all smiles after winning 2560 tickets on one of Gambier City Bowl’s new redemption machines. Left - Harris Livingstone, Lucy Edwards, and Maddie Sage get ready to explore the contents of a show bag.

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LOCAL Taking The Glenelg River is the focus of the latest exhibition in the Casterton Town Hall foyer. Titled “Winding a Path to the

a step back in time Sea”, the exhibition offers a nostalgic look at the river within the Glenelg Shire, from Casterton in the north, to where the river meets

the sea at Nelson. Historic images have been sourced from the Casterton and District Historical Society, Les Hill Photographic

Collection at Mount Gambier Library, Glenelg Shire Council Cultural Collection, and private collectors in Casterton, Merino, Dartmoor and Portland. The exhibition looks at various aspects of the river: the bridges and crossings; major floods; fishing the river, shacks and camping; recreation; and tragedy on the river. Included are photographs of the 1946 “big flood” which impacted on Casterton, Dartmoor and Nelson, and other settlements and townships along the Glenelg and its tributaries. Historic of Donovans show it as the tranquil boating and fishing spot that it still is

today, and images of the New Years Day regattas at Nelson in the 1950s show the decorated boats and a boxing showdown in a floating boxing ring

tempt the tastebuds Homestyle chicken pie 2 tablespoons olive oil; 3 (500g) chicken breast fillets, diced into 3cm pieces; 5 middle bacon rashers, trimmed, thinly sliced; 300g button mushrooms, sliced; 1/2 cup plain flour; 600ml thickened cream; 1 cup fresh herbs, chopped (such as parsley, basil and chives); 2 teaspoons ground cumin; 1 bunch English spinach, trimmed, washed and chopped; 6 sheets puff pastry, partially thawed; 4 medium potatoes, unpeeled, boiled, thinly sliced; 1 1/2 cups grated cheese; 1 egg, lightly beaten; 2 teaspoons milk Method Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan-forced. Place 2 baking trays in oven. Grease eight, 7.5cm-round (base) pie tins. Heat oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Add chicken, bacon and mushroom. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes. Reduce heat to low. Add flour. Cook, stirring, until a paste forms. Gradually stir in cream until a smooth sauce forms. Stir in herbs and

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on the river. Also included in the exhibition is a collection of vintage fishing paraphernalia - rods, reels, floats, flies, creels, books and bait tins. The exhibition

runs until February 9 next year and is available for viewing 9am to 5pm weekdays (except public holidays) and during events in the Casterton Town Hall.

cumin. Season with salt and pepper. Remove from heat. Place spinach in a microwave-safe bowl. Cover. Microwave on HIGH (100%) for 3 to 4 minutes or until wilted. Drain. Cut 4 pastry sheets in half diagonally. Line base and sides of each tin with pastry. Trim edges. Divide the potato evenly over pastry bases. Top with chicken mixture, spinach and cheese. Season with salt and pepper. Brush edge of pastry with combined egg and milk. Cut each remaining sheet of pastry into 4 squares. Place 1 pastry square over 1 pie. Trim edge. Press edge together to secure. Repeat with remaining pastry and pies. Brush tops of pies with egg mixture. Using a small knife, make a small slit in the top of each pie to allow steam to escape during cooking. Place pies on hot baking trays in oven. Bake for 25 minutes or until pastry is golden and puffed. Stand for 5 minutes. Serve.

Dear Robbie XIV by Robbie Tansel anti-obesity drugs. Someone is going to have to explain to me why any player would think that being injected with any substance to improve their performance would be a good idea. If I needed to be injected to perform my job at the highest level, I’d go and find a new job. But what about if my employer said they’d find someone new to do my job if I wasn’t injected with these wonderful substances? I guess I’d just go and find another job. But what about if they said I’d perform my job so much better that it would result in me earning more money for doing my job and prolong my ability to perform my job for a longer period of time? I’m sorry, but I’m still going to have to go and look for a new job. I don’t want to be injected with anything to do my job.How about if I was feeling a bit tired and worn out from doing my extremely stressful and taxing job? Would I let this

helpful sports scientist inject me with these beneficial substances that will help me do my job? No, I still don’t want to be injected with something that you want me to sign a permission slip for. I’ll go to a doctor and see what they have to say. Don’t get me started on free agency. Any sport where teams can buy the best players is not going to end in a fair competition where every team has a chance to become successful. And where’s the fun in that?


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the way you win the game is by scoring more than they do. It seems like when a player is tackling the AFL actually want them to try to protect the player they are tackling or they risk being suspended from playing. I’m certainly not suggesting that players should be allowed to deliberately hurt other players but quite obviously if the tackler is expected to protect the person they are tackling it changes the very nature of the game. Then we come to the issue of players getting injected with

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your computer have a spell checker? What are you; a fizz ed teacher? Anyway, I must say I agree with you a fair bit. It does seem that the AFL are determined to take away everything that makes the game interesting. The first thing that has me concerned is that they seem to be trying to make it so there will be no physical contact in the sport. This is a game where tackling the opposition is fundamental to stopping them score. Stopping a team score is fairly important as

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I received an email from a reader this week that really resonated with me. “Dear Robbie, I hav spent my entyre life az a devotd fan of Ozzy Rulz footee and the AFL. But my luv has been testted latly. Ferst it wos the hole drugs fing. Now they’ve changed the rulz so much that I just don’t recognise the game. Free agency meens that mi faverit players can get bort by other clubs. I don’t no wot to do. Thorts? Duncan from Dunkeld.” Well for starters Dunc, you’re borderline illiterate mate. Doesn’t

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Anyway, Duncan. I’ve got two ideas for you. Idea one. Become a rugby league fan. There aren’t many more physical games in the world than that one. You can pretty much kill a guy and the expectation is that he’ll get up, get on with life and thank you for the left jab you delivered at the end of the match. Idea two. Netball. Have you seen those chicks. Don’t talk to me about non contact. Those are some nasty, aggressive chicks. Massive hits. Pointy elbows flying

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everywhere. And apart from all that, the athletes are much more attractive than your typical AFL player. I’m just saying. Anyway, I hope that helps Dunc. If anyone is looking for advice from Robbie, email me at


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• Central but secluded location • Neat single bedroom home, kitchen, lounge room plus large second living area, attached carport. • Compact allotment of 586m2 • Longer term opportunity to redevelop • Auction Saturday, July 27 at 11am

• Solid stone / tiled roof unit in a group of three • Large open plan kitchen / lounge/ dining • Log gas fire plus Kelvinator R/C inverter • Large timber kitchen with electric cooking • Two large size bedrooms, both with BIR and new carpet • Great location with all the hard work completed


• Three bedrooms. Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room • Tiled laundry. Tiled bathroom with shower, bath, vanity and separate toilet. Front and rear deck for entertaining. • Single garage UMR with internal and rear access • 5m x 7m (approx.) rear shed. 3 Bay shed. Bore that supplies the garden & 5000 gal rain water supplying house.

1 Ehret Street Mount Gambier


• Three bedroom brick home with colorbond roof • Single garage with large workshop plus garden shed er • Large lounge room. Second inverter air condition • Tiled dining room with access to an outdoor entertaining room • Good size kitchen with electric cooking



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2 2/22 Underwood Avenue 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



9 Livingston Street Mount Gambier












14 Wilga Road Mount Gambier


• Sitting room or ideal as a study with gas heating. • Single garage in backyard & rainwater tank.

• 3 living areas, large formal lounge • Roomy family room and separate rumpus room. • Double garage UMR with auto roller doors. • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Rear yard with 6m x 6m shed.






• Three bedroom stone home, iconic high ceilings • Large central living room and dining room • Timber kitchen with dishwasher, A/C & bar heater • Single garage UMR with internal access plus auto door • Large sunroom plus external entertaining room

• 4 bedroom home, main bedroom with ensuite.

• 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.


30 Umpherston Street Mount Gambier

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3 5 Morphett Terrace Tarpeena




$150,000 - $160,000

• 3 Bedroom weatherboard home fire • Open plan kitchen, lounge with slow combustion • Built ins in second bedroom plus second living area • Recently renovated bathroom and laundry • Entertaining area, powered garage, garden shed and spacious yard.


1A Coolabah Street Mount Gambier


• Bedrooms with BIR’s, main with ensuite access to the bathroom. • Lounge room with S/S R/C A/C • Large dining area has direct access to external entertaining area. • Single garage UMR + extra shedding



36A Wehl Street North Mount Gambier


• Quality dolomite & brick home in great central location • Main bedroom with WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s • Spacious open plan living, dream kitchen • Double garage UMR • Impressive outdoor entertaining area

3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier


• 3 bedroom stone home with entrance hall and lounge with gas heating. Kitchen/dining room with open fire place. • Additional porch at rear. • Large garage measuring 8mx6m plus car port.






• Land area of approx 753m2






9 Wallace Street Mount Gambier • Character stone home in great location • 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robes • Large allotment of 1019m2 • Zoned ducted gas heating • 2 living areas • Double stone garage & double carport


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20 Mark Street Mount Gambier

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• Main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite • Multiple living areas • Great northerly aspect overlooking park lands • Brand new gas hot water service • A true entertainers delight • Check our website for new photos.


3 $579,000

• Very well presented complex consisting of 3 x 2 bedroom units • Great location close to main street • Very spacious and inviting units • Extremely neat and well presented throughout • Own private yard and extra parking

PRICE 21 Creek Street Mount Gambier

Maple Court Prices Ranging from $92,500 Yahl • Large allotments, ranging in size from 1753m2 to 2106m2. Opposite Yahl Primary School & just a short walk to the hall and cricket club. • $10,000 deposit, vendor finance 2 years, interest only, monthly at 6%. $4,000 cash back if house completed to lock up stage within 12 months

7 Shaughnessy Court



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.

9 Coral Court


12 Lumidin Boulevard


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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.

BRING THE FAMILY ALONG Spacious family home on generous level allotment with handy side access. Three distinct living areas with front lounge, family & separate home theatre room. Large main bedroom with lovely ensuite & walk in robe. Remaining three bedrooms all have built ins. Smart kitchen with gas hotplates, electric oven, dishwasher & good size walk in pantry + sliding doors to alfresco area. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR with personal access doors to home & rear yard. Large rear yard which is virtually a blank canvas – design as much garden as you wish. Automated watering system. It’s all here & ready to go.

4 Queens Avenue


10 Brookwood Terrace


11 Woodcrest Close

OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30am FULL OF OLD WORLD CHARM Dolomite fronted Character home centrally located. Comprising of 4 double bedrooms. 3 with built in robes. Dedicated office and study. Formal and informal living areas. Relax with a wine in the delightful Entertainer’s kitchen featuring an island bench. Main bathroom with sep shower bath. 2nd shower and toilet. Ornate features throughout. Offering the choice of s/c heating or ducted gas heating. Single garage under the main roof with internal access plus carport. Stunning views over the rear garden and pond from the outdoor decking. Situated over 2 titles totalling approx. 2651m2. This property represents an excellent opportunity for those who adore character homes but want the hard work done.. as a repaint of the exterior, replumbing and re wiring have all been completed. An inspection of this “One of a kind” home will leave you wanting more.

1 Anniefield Lane


NUMBER ONE - IN SO MANY WAYS Sprawling family home set on 5000m2 (approx 1 acre) allotment. Five bedrooms + granny flat with ensuite UMR – great for extended family. Main bedroom with ensuite & WIR, built ins in Bed 2 & 3. Abundance of living with: Formal lounge & dine + Family + Dining + Separate Rumpus + Large spacious kitchen. Three way main bathroom. Huge gabled pergola with dual direct access to home. 5 bay high clearance c/bond shed with extra 2 bay workshop. Rainwater tanks, established grounds including veggie gardens and orchard. So much more to this property.

11/69 Bay Road


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.

31 Sutton Avenue


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.

47 Bertha Street



OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.15am 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.

12 Jardine Street


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

1 Ewens Court



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

3/1 Millard Street

$149,000 - $159,000

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.


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

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.

RENTALS 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 3/68 Brownes Rd - 2 bedrm unit both w/ BIR’s. Kitchen w/ electric cooking. Spacious lounge. Close to Mt Gambier High School. Sorry no pets. Avail 9/7/13 @ $140 p/wk 3/113 Sturt St - 2 bedrm flat. BIR’s in main bedrm. Open plan kitch/lounge w/ elec cooking & heating. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $140 p/wk 1/1 Daniel St - 2 bedrm unit. Large lounge w/ gas heating. Eat in kitchen. Small Courtyard. Sorry no pets. Avail 17/7/13 @ $160 p/wk 9 Laird St - 3 bedrm home. Eat in kitchen w/ near new gas stove. Gas heating. Fully fenced yard. Located near the hospital & primary schools. Avail 19/8/13 @ $195 p/wk 2 Gumbirra Crt - 3 bedrm house. Gas heating & cooking. Combined lounge/dining. Large enclosed pergola. Double garage. Pets negotiable. Avail 23/07/13 @ $200 p/wk

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

39 Sutton Ave - 3 bedrm home. Lounge w/ wood heating. A/C in kitchen. Electric cooking. Large 3 bay shed in rear yard. Avail 21/8/13 @ $200 p/wk 2B Clezy Cres - Modern, low maintenance 3 bedrm homette. BIR’s in 2 bedrms. 3 way bathroom. Spacious kitch w/ s/s gas cook top + dishwasher. Outdoor entertaining. Single garage UMR. Sorry no pets. Avail 26/8/13 @ $ 255 p/wk 2/151 Commercial St West - 2 bedrm unit both w/ BIR’S. Kitch w/ gas cooking. Split system/c heating/cooling in dining room. Gas heating in lounge. Single garage w/ remote roller door. Sorry no pets. Avail 10/7/13 @ $250 p/wk. 3 Dino Pl - Large 4 bedrm home + office. Main bedrm w/ WIR + ensuite w/ double shower. Remaining bedrms w/ BIR’s. Open plan dining/ family/ kitchen. Wood heating + electric a/c. Lounge w/ gas heating. Double carport. Avail 9/7/13 @ $270 p/wk

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


12/151 Commercial St West - 2 storey unit. 2 upstairs bedrooms, main w/ BIR + balcony. Kitchen w/ gas cook top + walk in pantry. Dining area w/ gas heating. Single garage. Sorry no Pets. Avail 26/7/13 @ $250 p/wk. 18 Patricia Crt - Modern 3 bedrm, 2 bathrm home. Close to Marketplace & hospital. Main bedrm w/ WIR, remaining bedrms w/ BIR’s. Double garage UMR. Avail 19/8/13 @ $ 300 p/wk 32 Hastings Ave - 4 bedrm modern home. Main bedrm w/ WIR + ensuite. 2 bedrms w/ BIR. Kitch w/ dishwasher, wall oven and hot plates. Double remote garage UMR w/ rear yard access to single garage. Avail Now @ $320 p/wk 27C & 27B Hart St - Brand new 3 bedroom fully furnished apartments. Main bedrms w/ WIR. Other rooms w/ BIR’s. 2 queen sized beds & 2 single beds. 2 way bathroom. Lounge w/ reverse cycle. Kitchen w/ elec cooking + dishwasher. Rear decking. Single remote garage w/ internal access. 27B Avail Now and 27C Avail 6/8/13 both at $420 p/wk

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4 Peppermint Drive, Mount Gambier

Unit 4/60 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier





Immaculately presented, as new four bedroom, two bathroom home located amongst quality homes, close to McDonald Park Primary School. Built in 2010, the home features open plan living with low maintenance tiles leading to an inviting paved pergola, stylish kitchen with b/fast bar, twin drawer d/washer, gas stove & elec oven, formal lounge situated at the front of the home & ducted gas heating throughout. Adjacent the formal lounge is the master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, while the other bedrooms all offer BIRs and are located close to a modern bathroom. A remote controlled double car garage UMR provides internal access & double gates alongside allow access to a secure rear yard. Everything you need in your new investment property, retirement home or professional abode. Phone for your inspection today.

If you are after a great property in a highly desired location, you won’t find better than this immaculately presented brick & tile unit in Ferrers Court. Situated at the rear of the complex, this well cared for home offers three bedrooms (two with BIRs), spacious lounge with r/c air-conditioning, open plan kitchen/ dining with elec cooking, updated bathroom with shower, tiled laundry and separate WC. A single attached carport provides convenient undercover parking, whilst a lovely undercover patio area is ideal for enjoying the fresh air on sunny spring days. Low maintenance courtyard gardens and a large garden shed with concrete, power & workshop for the handyman. Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment to add to your property portfolio.





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2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $235,000 W SE NE EA L RE

7 Thompson Court, Moorak

• 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

• 3BR renovated Mt Gambier stone home on corner allotment close to Commodore & Frew Park • Country kitchen with new gas cooking, dining with fireplace, spacious lounge with gas heating • Converted garage to studio/music room with A/C (ideal for home office), paved 3 1 u/cover pergola & decking

• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra 5 3 5 shedding for caravan or boat

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $294,900

91 Jubilee Highway East, Mt Gambier $165,000 WE NERIC P

14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $209,900

68 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier $499,000 WE NERIC P

• 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

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

• 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

• Builders own executive home, offering 2 separate living arrangements of 50sq • Upper Level – 2BR, 2 Bath, 2 Living, office & alfresco • Lower Level – 2BR, two-way bathroom, kitchen/ dining, 2 living & remote dble garage

15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $199,000

58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000

8 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier

• 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

• 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

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• 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

17 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $559,000

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


1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier


OPEN SUN 11.45 - 12.15pm


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









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

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

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69 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier


BACK ON THE MARKET! Located within easy walking distance of the CBD and on a corner allotment, is this inviting 4 bedroom (2 with BIR’s) 3 living area home, bursting with character and old world charm. A centre piece of the home is the updated large timber dine-in kitchen with DBL sink & new elect. cooking. Other features include dedicated office, gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire, gas HWS, spa bath, new window furnishing and freshly painted inside and out. Outside the home, you’ll find a decked entertaining area (perfect for family bbq’s), lockable stone garage, carport, equipped rainwater tank connected to home plus beautifully presented low maintenance gardens. Excellent investor property, in a top location. Walk everywhere. This could be the one you have been waiting for. Don’t delay your inspection.

11 Thompson Court, Moorak




1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong $729,000



OPEN SUN 12.30 - 1.00pm

494 Kennedy Avenue, Mount Gambier $695,000 W SE NE EA L RE


• Immaculately presented solid brick 4BR family home on 40 Acres • 3 living areas, incl formal dining/lounge with s/c heating, family room with gas heating, huge rumpus room with ens facilities • Remote dble garage UMR plus 3 8 an array of excellent shedding 4

• Prominently positioned with excellent views over the city • 24 rooms within close proximity to the CBD of Mt Gambier • 50 seat licensed restaurant updated in 2012 (not currently in use) • 3BR Managers residence with private rear yard • Great family business opportunity with excellent potential for increase in trade. Leasehold Only

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

86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell $560,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• 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

• Superbly renovated & fully furnished holiday home • 6BR, 3 stunning bathrooms & 2 living areas provide accommodation for up to 19 people • Spectacular open plan living leads to an entertainers dream alfresco area • 3Bay high clearance c/bond shed 3 3 • Excellent figures & bookings 6

7 Sydney Street, Nelson $499,000

4 Springs Road, Port MacDonnell $254,000


Blue Lake Motel $115,000

$7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER • Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • Excellent shedding - dble garage 4 2 6 UMR & 15x9m c/bond shed

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

• 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

• 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

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl

16 Church Street, Yahl

Lot 75 Holloway Street, Donovans $239,500 WIWO

138 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell $559,000

• 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

• 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

• Fully furnished, as new quality built 4BR home on corner allotment with rearyard access • Breathtaking views of Pt MacDonnell’s coastline from every angle • 3 living areas, 2 stunning bathrooms, striking kitchen, indoor & alfresco dining 4 2 2 • It’s got the lot!

6332 Portland-Nelson Road, Nelson $459,000

117 Wynham Road, Moorak

148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC

• 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

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


• 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


173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC




• 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




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• 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

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

23 Tanglewood Crescent

7 Peters Street




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Great family home offering flexible floor plan – rear yard access and located OPEN in quiet cul-de-sac SAT – offers the whole 10.30 - 11.00 package!

37 Hayes Crescent


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33 Brolga Street



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An inspection will impress! Great flat allotment, excellent shedding, OPEN look no further! SUN 10.30 - 11.00

7 Kaleo Court


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Welcome to family heaven spacious, great floor plan. Beautiful kerb OPEN appeal - Birdsville SUN location - what more 11.15 - 11.45 could you want?

8 Power Street

19280 Riddoch Highway

8 Arlington Terrace




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$329,500 4.57 HA (Approx)

Exceptional rural living minutes to Mount Gambier’s northern gateway & OPEN all the delights of the SUN city – come home to 12.15 - 12.45 serenity!

9 McDonald Street


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This beautifully maintained spacious famiy home is all about effortless living and entertaining!

OPEN FRI 5.00 - 5.30 SAT 11.15 - 11.45

28 Buronga Avenue



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A great starter home or investment. Neat and tidy throughout. Close OPEN proximity to schools SAT and reserve. Add this 9.45 - 10.15 to your list!

17 Gaden Street


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10B Old Kent Court

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1 Haddy Street

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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!


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

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$239,000 805m2 approx



Magnificent country setting only minutes from town- exceptionally spacious family home with indoor pool, detached granny flat & exceptional shedding! What more could you ask for!


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

6 Wallace Street


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92 Gray Street

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


5 Germein Court, Port MacDonnell

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




6174 Glenelg Highway, Glenburnie


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Ideal renovation project. Potential to subdivide S.T.C.C.- bring your tools & reap the rewards.

This deceptively spacious family home (34 sqm) has to be inspected to fully appreciate the sheer size of this stunning property – view the fantastic floor plan online!




7 Illawong Crescent

You will be surprised by the size of this stunning & sophisticated townhouse – located in a quiet culde-sac location close to the city centre.


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4 Knight Court

Great investment or 1st home with northerly aspects, excellent tenants and offers value buying – enquire now!




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1013m2 double (Approx) storey

3 Burney Street, Allendale

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Ideal location - large block with great shedding – tremendous potential!

186 Jubilee Highway West


The perfect investment – four strata title units to be sold as a whole – all leased & in blue ribbon location! - 012


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Appealing character villa with loads to offer – recently upgraded. Large corner allotment and great shedding.



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Great investment – dream tenant leased @ $250-00 per week – ensuite, two living areas – solid construction

22 Tumut Drive

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




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

163 Pelican Point Road, Pelican Point


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

22 Pick 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!

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Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246


Ph 08 8724 8088

RLA 1903

Lot 10 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek


2 Heathfield Way

19-21 Smiths Road, Port MacDonnell

4/1 Daniel Street

2/56 Brownes Road






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

161 Bay Road


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Lovely established grounds set on over an acre of land solid home with great shedding. A world away but minutes to town!

7 Lakewood Avenue


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Positioned opposite a reserve this designer home is executive style living at its very best!

41 Lindsay Street a

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32 Montebello Drive

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3/5 Shepherdson Road


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A quality solid constructed unit an A1 location - walk to the shops, walk to school, walk the Blue Lake. You won’t find better than this location!

Lot 110 Aramanta Drive


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Elevated & level allotment - quality local builder & desirable location. Take advantage of the Building grant - buy now and add your touch!

10 Talbot Road

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Front allotment also available - torrens titled 455m2 (approx) $85,000



A well cared for home in popular Montebello precinct. Offering all modern conveniences & great entertaining- close to shops and parklands.


All community titled and asking $72,000 each

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A seaside escape with stunning ocean views. Big on space – big on shedding – big double allotment!


1-4 Lake Terrace West


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26 Coolabah Street

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49 Sturt Street


A perfect place to start, perfectly located a short stroll to the City centre & the Blue Lake. Townhouse living at a budget price!


$180.00 pw • 3 bedroom unit • Main with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Lounge with electric heating • Carport umr • Fully enclosed paved yard • No Pets • Available Now

Unit 5/55 Bertha Street

33 Peake Street

$225.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • Built in robes in one • Open kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & gas log fire • Carport umr/ entertaining area • Low maintenance yard • Walking distance to street • No Pets • Available 23/7

10 Braxton Court

$230.00 pw • 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 • Pets Neg • Available Now

92 Gray Street

$260.00 pw


Substantially upgraded throughout - new kitchen, carpet and paint. Solid construction with two living areas - a real family home. Be sure to inspect!

$210.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Both with BI Robes • Kitchen with elec cooking • Lounge/dine with r/c air conditioner • New carpets & freshly painted throughout • Single carport umr • Bathroom completely renovated • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets Neg • Available Now

• 3 bedroom home main with WI Robe & access to bathroom others have BI Robes • Kitchen/dine/family with elec cooking & r/c air conditioner • Formal lounge with gas ducted heating • Single garage umr with internal access & single garage det with work area • Fully enclosed yard • Pets Neg • Available Neg

7 Gebhardt Close

$300.00 pw • 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

7 Lakewood Avenue

$72,500 - $85,000

Lot 1 295m2 (approx) Lot 2 310 m2 (approx) Lot 3 311m2 (approx) Lot 4 294m2 (approx)




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$449,000 5 Acres (Approx)

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

3 Shepherd Street


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


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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.

20 Mark Street


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


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$360.00 pw • 4 bedroom family home • Main with ensuite, spa bath & BI Robes • All others have BI Robes • Open living kitchen/dine/family with dishwasher, elec cooking • Rumpus room with r/c air conditioner • Office • Triple garage umr with internal access & rear yard access • U/c entertaining decked area • R/C electric ducted heating • Pets Neg • Available 12/7



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A well maintained and central group of units – a great opportunity to expand your portfolio. Community title. - 013

$380.00 pw • 4 bedroom home • Main with ensuite, spa bath & WI Robe • Other bedrooms with BI Robes • Open living kitchen/ dine/family area with dishwasher, gas & elec cooking • Formal lounge • Ducted electric heating • Double garage umr • U/c patio area • Pets Neg • Property for sale & will stay for sale • Available 15/7


• 4/1 Daniel Street $180.00 pw • 4 Gerloff Street • 2/56 Brownes Road $210.00 pw • 68 Milstead St Pt MacDonnell • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West $220.00 pw • 49 Sturt Street • 33 Peake Street RENTALS - COMMERCIAL • 9 Ellard Street • 82 Bertha Street • Harrold Street • 87 Bay Road • Cnr James Street and Bay Road • 9 Eustace Street • Law Street •10 Braxton Close • 96 Commercial Street East • 92 Gray Street • 165-167 Commercial Street East • 3 Montrose Court • 46 Commercial Street West • 7 Gebhardt Close • 9 Ramsay Avenue • 7 Lakewood Avenue • 30 Commercial St West • 5 Allan Drive

$165.00 pw $180.00 pw $225.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $260.00 pw $260.00 pw $300.00 pw $330.00 pw $360.00 pw $380.00 pw

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

SOLD - 014 New Price

5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION

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67 Pinehall Avenue 2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

• 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

• 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 $209,000

PRICED AT $449,000

23 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley STYLISH SEASIDE RESIDENCE





PRICED AT $339,000

PRICED AT $247,000

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

PRICED AT $299,500

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• 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

27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR! • 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



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 PRICED AT $199,000

• Stunning 3 bedroom home on a large allotment • Built in robes in all bedrooms • Raked ceilings to living areas • Blackwood mber kitchen with B/fast bar • Open plan living dining • Split system R/C air condi oning • Total upgrade inside and out

25 Hay Terrace, Kongorong TRANQUIL COUNTRY LIVING




& bird aviary • Sprinkler system to water front and rear gardens • Enclosed carport with roller door

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



• 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



overlooking the fenced pool • Loads of sheds • Period cornices and ceilings





• 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

PRICED AT $435,000

PRICED AT $169,500


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• 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

• 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

John Overmaat 0417 874 286

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

14 TALLARA AVENUE $185 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home, gas cooking, shower over bath, lge rear yard single carport 11 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $200 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. 10/1 CARAPOOK STREET $200 PER WEEK As new – cosy 2 bdrm modern unit. BI robes in both bdrms, gas hea ng, modern kitchen – private courtyard. Single garage with remote control door & internal access. Centrally located. NO pets. U1/35 ALEXANDER STREET $105 PER WEEK 2 bedroom flat, kitchen, dining, lounge area. Toilet in bathroom. Courtyard, size rear yard. NO pets UNIT 6/1 CARAPOOK STREET $100 PER WEEK Bedis er unit - kitchene e & bathroom. NO pets. 96 NORTH TCE $285 PER WEEK 4 bdrm main with ensuite & WIR, open plan kitchen/meals/ family area, s/c hea ng & gas central hea ng, split system a/c, garage with rear access, Watering system. NO pets

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 - 015

Mount Gambier

17 Bertha Street, Mt Gambier


1 Lange Street, Mount Gambier


8 Bluebell Drive, Mt Gambier



OPEN FRI JULY 12 12.00 - 12.30pm

• 3 bedroom home on 2 titles • Gas log fire in formal lounge • Spacious eat-in kitchen • Covered rear patio • Established fruit trees WEB Id. 5466353 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


12 Twila Grove, Mt Gambier


16 Kywong Court, Mt Gambier



AUCTION on 16/8/13 @ 12.00pm






11.00 - 11.30am

11.45 - 12.15pm

• 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

• Stunning 4 bedroom home • delightful kitchen overlooking courtyard • 2 living areas including theatre room • a home to be proud of



7 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier $359,000

WEB Id. 3688151 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285


16 Mayflower Court, Mt Gambier




OPEN SUN JULY 14 11.00 - 11.20am • 4 bedrooms all with robes • Ornate cornice & ceiling roses in master bedroom & living areas • Spacious formal lounge • Lovely open plan kitchen/meals/family WEB Id. 5457465 4 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

7 Playford Street, Mount Gambier



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12.00 - 12.30pm

11.30 - 12.00 Noon

11.00 - 11.20am

10.00 - 10.30am

4 spacious bedrooms all with robes 2 bathrooms and private study Huge family room and separate formal lounge Under cover parking for 4 cars Secure rear yard


Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

4 Marara Street, Mount Gambier




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

6 Robin Street, Mount Gambier






9.30 - 9.50am

10.30 - 10.50am



35 Bluebell Drive, Mt Gambier


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

WEB Id. 4715568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

10 Smith Street, Mt Gambier

68 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier


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








OPEN SUN JULY 14 12.45 - 1.15pm


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13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $284,000



11.30 - 11.50am

• 3 huge bedrooms all with robes • Master with WIR & ensuite • Formal lounge & games room • Massive open plan kitchen/meals/family area • Kitchen with WI pantry designed for the chef WEB Id. 4758326 3 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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

143 North Terrace, Mt Gambier

691 Nelson Road, OB Flat





11.30 - 11.50am

12.00 - 12.20pm

• Bright airy 4 bdrm home with study nook • Formal lounge, huge games/rumpus room with slow comb htg • Beautiful timber kitchen. Laundry - Loads of cupboards • Dble carport, lge single garage, lge backyard WEB Id. 5468597 4 1 3 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• Spanish Architecture dominates this outstanding home • 3 - 4 bedrooms. Formal loungeroom • 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

1 Gardiner Terrace, Mt Gambier

16 Mitchell St, Mount Gambier





11.00 - 11.30am

• Ex display home • Convenient location in popular Conroe • Raked ceiling & unique steps down loungeroom • Large formal dining room • Large family room & casual meals WEB Id. 5064858 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 3 2 4


• 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 WEB Id. 5343420 2 HEAPS Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 3-4

20 Turnbull Drive, Mt Gambier


OPEN SAT JULY 13 10.00 - 10.30am



• Fully renovated brick 3 bedroom home • Open plan living, kitchen, dining, lounge • Stainless steel appliances, 5 burner gas oven • Big man shed • Huge carport, entertaining area WEB Id. 4894213 3 1 4 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410


• Home with character • Fantastic location close to CBD, only minutes from restaurant & shops. • New paint job throughout • Slate & polished timber floors throughout • Large family room with s/c wood heater, double WEB Id. 4952993 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

11.45 - 12.15pm french doors leading out onto grape vine BBQ area. • New colour bond shed has carport at rear. • Set way back off the street with beautiful trees & garden set on 1,343sqm allotment





OPEN SUN JULY 14 1.30 - 2.00pm

• 4 spacious bedrooms • Massive open plan living with lovely outlook • 2 designer bathrooms • Separate office • 4 car garage UMR WEB Id. 5469986 4 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180







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0428 849 882

0409 286 285

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

ph 08 8723 0633 - 016


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34 Bluebell Drive, Mount Gambier


12 Paltridge Street, Mount Gambier $257,500

7 Tolmie Street, Mt Gambier



3 bedroom brick home with large shed/workshop for handyman.


• 969sqm allotment • Quiet culdesac • Benched & retained with all fences • Close to parklands • Build amongst other quality homes WEB Id. 4810003 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

33 - 45 Pinehall Ave, Mt Gambier

LAND $579,900

• Large brick 3 bedroom home • Views over town quiet location • 2 living areas s.c. heating • 3 wcs & showers, ensuites, spa room • Good garaging & workshop area, cellar WEB Id. 5236670 3 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882


29464 Princes Hwy, Glenburnie


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• 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

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• T/F 3 Bedroom cottage on a 1122m2 allotment • New roof & timbers • Large lounge with a S/C wood heater & airconditioned • Big kitchen with gas cooking & separate dining area • 3rd bedroom would make an ideal rumpus room

• Great little beach house with 2 bedrooms, BIR’s plus a sleep out • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with s/c wood heating • Rear yard access to a huge 4 bay shed with 3 phase power • Well worth a look

• A very unassuming home on the seafront at Port Mac • Great 800m2 flat block with fully paved rear yard • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, huge family room + lounge with both gas log fire + split system • Views over the sea and beach access opposite • Access through rear of the shed to extra c/bond shed

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job leads to dream volunteering role Former Grant High School student Haylee Gillies left for Tonga this week to spend 12 months volunteering in the South Pacific island nation. The 24 year old, who boasts a Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management, secured the role through Austraining International, with her posting with the Tongan Netball Association, also a Netball Australia initiative. After completing her three year degree, Haylee secured a six month contract with the Adelaide Crows Football Club in the membership department before securing her dream job with Netball SA, where she has been ever since. Haylee is the Community Participation Coordinator with around 10 programs under her watch, including in-school

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are more development officer opportunities, but she was in the right place at the right time to secure the Netball SA post. Haylee has 13 coaches sitting under her as she looks to implement the junior development programs in her care. “They are all metro focussed but if we can somehow


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attract more funding I would love to extend what we do out to the regions,” Haylee said. “That’s really important to me but it is all about money unfortunately.” cont. opp. page Below - Haylee Gilles in the final week before leaving for Tonga.

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That role, of course, has now been put on hold, as she looks to volunteer her expertise to the Tongans in a similar role to her Adelaide position. She has been fortunate that she has been granted leave to fulfil her desire to volunteer and her job will be there waiting when she returns. “I have always wanted to volunteer and as I looked at many of the opportunities to do that,

they were really quite expensive,” Haylee said. “Because this is a government program basically my expenses are covered so while I’m not making any money for 12 months, I am not losing any either.” Haylee is heading to Tonga in a part of eight volunteers that includes a variety of occupations. She is one of two sporting volunteers, with someone heading to

Vanuatu to work in women’s soccer. Haylee’s adventure is part of the Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development program, which is funded through AUSAid. Haylee has never travelled overseas so she is understandably nervous. Fortunately English is the predominant language in the country and some basic native tongue will be part of

the initial training upon arrival. “I have already had plenty of contact through email with the three officials at the netball association and we certainly have no trouble communicating,” Haylee said. Haylee’s volunteering dream always included working with children and that’s certainly what she’ll get to do in Tonga as she looks to replicate her position with Netball SA by implementing junior development programs, including a raft of in-schools initiatives. Haylee’s role has also been well timed with a joint Australian-Tongan Government initiative to tackle childhood obesity called Kau Mai well underway. “It’s going to be great for my personal development,” Haylee said. She also intends to take the opportunity to explore the South Pacific and has plans to spend Christmas in Fiji with her sister Brooke.

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Events calendar launched Southern Grampians Shire Council is pleased to announce that it has released its July – December 2013 Southern Grampians Events Calendar. Council recognises the important role events play in the community. Events assist with attracting new visitors, enhancing community spirit and raising the profile of the region, while delivering economic benefits to the shire. A major highlight from the calendar is Sheepvention, held on August 5 and 6 as well as the new event to be hosted by the Hamilton P&A Society - The Hamilton Outdoor Adventure Fair to be held October 5 and 6 . The Outdoor Adventure Fair will focus on hunting, field and game, sports and lifestyle.

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neighbour, East Timor. The students, accompanied by three teachers, will leave their make-up, hairdryers and flushing toilets behind as they take part in the school’s

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themselves to live without hot showers and toilets that flush, others are expecting it to make them more appreciative of their life in Australia.The students, ranging in age from 15 to 18 years, flew out of Australia last week ready to immerse themselves into an entirely new culture and way of life. They will visit orphanages, schools, health clinics and training centres as well as undertake briefings with key personnel involved in delivering a range of services and programs. East Timor (Timor Leste) is one of the least developed countries in the world, with basic income, health, and literacy. Infrastructure is inadequate, and unemployment/ underemployment is estimated to be as high as 70%. The country continues to suffer the after-effects of a decades-long independence struggle.The students will participate in a cross-cultural immersion and mission exposure organised by Catholic Mission. They will involve themselves in the culture and life issues of people in a Third World context by engaging with ordinary people as well as with community and church leaders. The East Timor contingent has raised a total of $5800 through various fundraising initiatives during the year which they plan to donate to the orphanage at

Dili and Hera Farm where they will stay, Caritas, a school at Dare, Leprosy Clinic, Health Clinic and various other places and people who touch them on their journey. The students have also gone above and beyond in their support, with Year 10 students Sarah Croser and Chloe Lynch raising $500 from face painting in their own time and Year 12 student Sophie Pulford donating $200 of her own money to the Dili orphanage. Year 12 student Claudia Bailey has also purchased six ukeleles which she plans to give away to young East Timorese students and teach them how to play. “We are so privileged in Australia to be surrounded by music, whether we simply love listening to it or love to play it,” Claudia said. “It is a love that we are so lucky to have. By donating ukeleles

to the Timorese children at the orphanage, I am able to not only teach, but share with others the love I have for music which connects us all as one.”Whilst it’s only a handful of students from Tenison Woods College making the trek to East Timor, the whole school has gotten behind the immersion trip and shown their support. The Year 6/7 social justice students have put together 60 personal hygiene packs for the orphanage that contain donated items such as a face washer, soap, toothpaste and toothbrush and shampoo. The junior school STArs (See. Think. Act. representatives) have also put together stationery packs, made from new and used stationery, which the East Timor contingent will hand out to a school in Dare. Teacher Bernadette Fisher, who also went on last year’s

inaugural trip, said she was looking forward to sharing the experience with the nine students. “I can’t wait to watch them grow in faith and maturity as they experience and fall in love with all that is Timor-Leste,” she said. “These 10 days will open their eyes and no doubt inspire their passion for social justice and global needs.” Above - Helping to get the hygiene packs and stationery packs ready for their East Timor Immersion Trip were: (from left) Standing: Caitlin Henke, Eliza Caldow, and teachers, Sean Quirke, Bernadette Fisher and Sally Telford. Sitting: Claudia Bailey, Patrick Caldow, Olivia Fabris, Sophie Pulford, Sarah Croser, Chloe Lynch and Sarah Hayman.

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ADVERTORIAL I MT WATER Sometimes the planets just align and that’s what happened when farm manager Justin Telford was looking for a new business challenge and Marijan and Cathy Tos were looking to find a way to focus more strongly on their other burgeoning business MT Wheels. And so in

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a classic case of the right place at the right time, Marijan and Cathy Tos have handed over ownership of MT Water to Justin and Natalie Telford. “MT Wheels just really took off, exceeding our expectations,” Marijan said. “We loved establishing MT Water and building up and

promoting such a quality local product but we did need to be able to put even more time into MT Wheels. “We take great pride in the service we have provided and hope we may be able to provide you with that again in the tyre industry.” The good news for MT

Water’s loyal customers is that they can now expect the same professional, friendly service, providing the same quality local product from another experienced local businessman. “I am really looking forward to taking on this new challenge,” Justin said.

“Right now I am visiting as many customers as possible just to touch base and make myself known, we intend to continue on in the same manner as Marijan and Cathy. There will also still be a familiar face for customers, with Andrew Hoegee, who was part of the previous MT Water team, still on board. And he’s thrilled to be promoting a quality local product that boasts so many health benefits as well. You may not realise it, but you are most likely living near one of the best natural supplies of organically certified water in the country. AquaEssence is a locally sourced and bottled high standard spring water that is proudly South Australian owned and operated. It is also fast gaining recognition and demand across Australia for not only its unique and enviro friendly packaging, but for its naturally high pH which has been associated with a list of good health benefits. The increasingly acidic environments we live

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in, fuelled by lifestyle and diets containing a high content of acidic foods and beverages such as soft drinks and alcohol, have been linked to disease including cancer which thrives in acidic states. AquaEssence has known for some time that drinking water with a high pH can decrease through neutralising, the negative effects of too much acidity. The alkaline water as bottled by AquaEssence provides beneficial minerals and antioxidant properties that are quickly absorbed into the body. The positive effects can include cleansing the organs and breaking down toxins and fatty elements in food that can otherwise contribute to common symptoms such as heartburn, constipation, fatigue, weight gain and even skin conditions. You may not taste the high pH level difference, but your body will feel it and thank you for it. We have all heard by now how important it is to stay hydrated throughout the

day, but shouldn’t we also pay close attention to what we are hydrating our bodies with? AquaEssence uses state of the art equipment to pump the pristine spring water from its natural source and bottle it without adding anything. MT Water offers free delivery to homes and offices of not just another bottled water, but a health water with the bonus of a friendly and reliable local service. Call today and take advantage of our great value for money deals or go online to order and experience why their local water ain’t just water. MT Water also has a great range of free standing and desk coolers, as well as a new range of sports drinks and coffee machines. Check out their new website or call Justin today on 0438 844 792. Left - Marijan Tos (left) hands over the reins of MT Water to Justin Telford.

LOCAL Apprentice William Bongers may be aged just 21 but he’s already identified as a future leader. The Westvic Staffing Solutions apprentice has been chosen as one

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of only 21 apprentices from around Australia to attend the Today’s Skills: Tomorrow’s Leaders national leadership program in Canberra next

month. William is hosted by BDH Constructions, based in Colac, and is employed through Westvic Staffing Solutions’ Group Training Organisation. The

conference, hosted by Group Training Australia, at the Australian Institute of Sport, from August 18-23, will give participants an opportunity to learn from other group apprentices and trainees and leadership experts. “It will be an amazing experience,” William said. “It will be a great opportunity to improve my leadership skills and mix with other apprentices while learning from motivational speakers. “I’d like to be able to pursue leadership positions later in life so this will be a great launching pad for me.” The program is designed to help participants to manage their careers and to take their leadership skills back into their workplaces. William (pictured below)

is completing the fourth year of his Certificate III in Carpentry. He was previously a student at Simpson Primary School and Cobden Technical School where he started his interest in carpentry as an Australian School Based Apprentice (ASBA) with BDH Constructions. In his working life he has assisted in building the Colac District Trade Training Centre, Colac Secondary College redevelopment and Cobden Technical School science wing. His field consultant at Westvic Staffing Solutions, Dale Gaylard, said William was an exceptional candidate for the leadership program. “He displays skills and leadership beyond his years, in both a professional capacity and in his personal

life,” Mr Gaylard said. “William recently purchased a house and is in the process of completing renovations, showing drive and commitment beyond his years.” Mr Gaylard added that William was also keen to share his knowledge and experience with ASBAs that he works with. “He stresses to these students that VCE schooling and an ASBA are achievable and an ideal way to enter a full time apprenticeship,” he said. William also received a Master Builders Chairman’s Award for being an outstanding apprentice across the Geelong Region for the construction industry. BDH Constructions has offices in Colac, Warrnambool and Geelong.


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local story Market day with a focus on kids The third Bubs2Teens Children’s market is back, bigger and better. Get the kids out of the house on Saturday, July 27, to check out the Bubs2Teens Market and Community Expo at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre. It’s all happening between 10am and 2pm with plenty to see and do including a new community expo in the Ted Kenna room providing information on local schools, pre-schools, social and sporting groups. This highly regarded community event is aimed at 0-19 year olds together with many stalls appealing to mum, dad and the rest of the family, including kids handmade clothing and shoes, accessories, nursery items, jewellery, wooden toys, modern cloth nappies, haircuts/ styling, face painting, photographic studio, handmade natural soaps and candles, greeting cards, handbags, Tupperware and life castings. Whilst you’re there, why not sit back and enjoy some of the delicious food available including hot chips, BBQ, pizza, pittas, jam and cinnamon donuts, chocolates, cakes, homemade bread, coffee and cold drinks. Event organisers will be giving back to the community through a raffle which has been organised in support of Brophy Family & Youth Services. By simply attending the market and entering into the raffle, you will be helping to support this wonderful charity and could win yourself one of three major prizes including a two night family weekend package at Parkgate Resort Grampians in a two bedroom brick unit for two adults and two children. With more than 40 quality stalls on show, lucky door prizes, free balloons for the kids, outside performances, jumping castle, merry-go-round and side shows, event organisers have had to close off part of Brown Street to fit everything in. For more information or any inquiries, please go to the Bubs2Teens Market Facebook page, email: bubs2teensmarket@hot or alternately phone 0438 643 451.

New name and a wider service area but the same efficient, friendly service Jordan and Kendall Gilling’s are the owners and operators of local freight company BORDERTOWN DAILY. Together with their three children Ainsley, 8, Lillian, 5 and Maclaren, 4, (all pictured below) they moved to the south east after four years in Western Australia chasing the mines. Jordan, a qualified diesel mechanic, saw a great opportunity to take on their own business after a mate told him Bordertown Daily - previously owned for around 15 years by a local family - was for sale. After packing up again for what would be Ainsley’s fifth town, they saw it as a great opportunity to settle down, as Ainsley was about to start kindy. With Jordan and one

loyal employee Danny running about town in the trucks and Kendall in the van doing local pick-ups, the pair depart Mount Gambier at 10am daily. Moving anything from a pair of shoes, to a pallet of seed, covering as far up as Bordertown and including Tarpeena, Nangwarry, Penola, Coonawarra, Naracoorte, Padthaway and Mundulla, the team offer a fast and reliable service Monday to Friday. After a couple of years in the business, Jordan could see an opening to offer a fast and efficient service into South West Victoria, where they have previously onforwarded a lot of freight. So they purchased Watgos freight, running into Casterton, Coleraine and Hamilton daily. Daniel, the previous owner of Watgos,

will continue on with Jordan and Kendall and as a team they will continue to deliver the same personal service they have strived to achieve for the past four years but now under the new name BHD EXPRESS. (Bordertown dailyHamilton daily). After working out of their home premises for the past four years, an opportunity arose for a commercial yard in town.They are now situated at lot 4 MacDonnell Drive behind MacSheds on Commercial Street West. Jordan and Kendall look forward to the beginning of an exciting new chapter delivering tomorrow’s freight today. Call Jordan on 0409 643 100 or (08)8738 4205 for all your freight needs.

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7. When was Michael Jackson born? 8. How long is the Great Wall of China? 9. What is entomology? 10. Who plays Captain America in the movie ‘The Avengers’?

11. What is the name of the Australian soccer team? 12. What are the names of Queen Elizabeth’s grandsons? 13. What is Kourtney Kardashian’s partner’s name? 14. If you had pogonophobia what would you be afraid of? 15. Name all the actors that have played James Bond? 1. Queen 2. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. 3. Photosynthesis 4. Biryani, butter chicken, Vindaloo, Tandoori chicken and Rogan Josh. 5. The late Steve Jobs 6. Thomas Andrews 7. August 29. 1958. 8. 21,196 km long. 9. Entomology 10. Chris Evans. 11. Socceroos. 12. William and Harry. 13. Scott Disick. 14. You would be afraid of beards. 15. Barry Nelson, Bob Holness, Bob Simmons, Sean Connery, Roger Moore, David Niven, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Bronsnan and Daniel Craig.

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ADVERTORIAL I GARDENARIUM Spring seems as though it is just around the corner, even though it feels the coldest it has been in a long time. Buds have already shot on many of our ornamental flowering apricots and we had to make a dash for the sprayers last week as there was significant bud swell on the nectarine and peach trees. If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to look at these varieties as there is only a small

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window of time when the buds swell to spray them with copper oxychloride to prevent the dreaded curly leaf. Curly leaf is one of those things that you have to spray as a preventative because if you do get it then it’s too late to control until the next season. If you have definitely had it last year then you need to spray - and now. Some say we are going to have an early spring, on the other hand, weather forecasters

tell us it’s going to rain like it’s never rained before. Whatever the outcome, now is the best time to finish off all that serious planting, especially deciduous trees and fruit trees and roses and make the most of the fantastic rains. Everyone whips into a frenzy as the latter part of the bare rooted season draws to a close, believing that there will never be trees, fruit trees and roses ever again (until next year

at least). Not true - at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees and Roses, we carry the entire range of varieties all through the year, so there is no need to panic buy. Also, many believe that plants are less costly at this time of year, than when they are potted - also not true. We carry the same pricing all the way through, in some cases some of our trees and roses can be cheaper later in the potted season. All that aside, with season progressing so quickly we may have to close off bare root sales early and start potting. With this in mind we are having some super savings over the next 10 days or so with huge discounts of more than 50% on selected trees, fruit trees and roses. Excess stocks in our holding beds need to be cleared to make way for new spring stock and our advanced tree section is bursting at the seams, so now is a good time to bag a bargain. Advanced Grade Golden ElmsGolden Ash, Claret Ash and Plane trees are all under $25. Whether it’s miniature fruit trees at $19.95 each or ornamental pears at just $25 each, or bargain standard roses - the list is endless including fruit salad trees. If you are planting fruit trees for the first time

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we have an Orchard Starter special, with four assorted fruit trees for only $89.95. The newly released dwarf apricot trees have certainly been a huge success for us this season and we have managed to secure some more stocks, so if you think you missed out now is the opportunity to plant one. Here, at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees we have many differing grades of trees, with advanced fruit trees producing fruit immediately and therefore much sooner than the normal size fruit trees available at this time of year from other retailers, so look out for this option and many of these are half price in the sale. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees also grow many varieties of magnolias which are on the cusp of budding and flowering, so now is a good time to plant. One of the most stunning would have to be Black Tulip - with its rich, velvety blackburgundy blooms, that look stunning sitting like tea cups on the bare branches. Ideal as lawn specimens. We have dozens of other varieties also, ranging from pure whites through to pink and white two tone and rich purples. Time is ticking by for planting

spring blossom trees as many are already coming in to flower, so rush in now to pick up something really stunning and see what you are buying in blossom. Mop top trees down to $49.95 and weeping cherries also must be cleared with many specials on silver birches, half price lipstick maples and even raspberry canes. The newly released weeping flowering cherries Pink Snow Showers have also been a great welcome addition to the cherry family. This is a sister to the popular Snow Fountains and is a narrow growing weeping tree ideal for small gardens, courtyards and pots and is available in two heights. Also the newly released cercis Lavender Twist is my particular favourite and would make a wonderful pot specimen. See our website for full details on all of the new trees for 2013 at

www.gardenarium. . If you are fanatical about planting roses, only in the winter season then time too is running out for planting these. We will commence potting up our last batch of roses soon, with all the others potted for a good few months now, so they will be ready to sell straight away, therefore there is not a delay in being able to purchase and plant roses come spring. So, bring your truck or trailer and pick up a bargain, or if you cant make it we can take telephone orders and send throughout the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria. We are located at Gardenarium, 1.3kms south of the Blue Lake on Bay Road (Riddoch Highway) in Mount Gambier, see you soon. Calum Haygarth

coming events JULY 13

Newly Refurbished Taven & Front Bar

Naracoorte Historic Vehicle Club Market Day. Local produce, Homemade Goods, Craftwares, Bric-ABrac, BBQ/Sausage sizzle. Historic Vehicle Display Open.

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Find your share of Australia’s $17 billion in lost super Are you wondering if any of Australia’s $17 billion in lost super is yours? We show you how easy it is to find out. It’s likely many of us have lost track of super money at some point in our working lives. It’s easy to lose contact with your super fund/s when you move hous, change jobs or get married and change your name. What is lost super? Recently the Federal Government passed new legislation that redifines lost super and makes it easier for people to find their lost super money. Under new rules, super is considered lost and is transferred to the AustralianTaxation Office (ATO) when the super account’s owner cannot be contacted, there is less than $2000 in the super account and no contributions have been made into the super account for 12 months or more. Lost super is held in trust by the government until it’s reclaimed by its owner. The good news is that it’s easy to reclaim your lost super from the ATO, and from July 1 lost super money held by the ATO will recieve interest - although only at the rate of inflation. Finding your lost super It’s simple to find your lost super and you can do it online. SuperSeeker ( superseeker) is the ATO’s free online search tool that helps you find your lost and unclaimed super. You’ll need to enter your name, date of birth and tax file number. Your lost super accounts will be located and displayed. You can then register with SuperSeeker (you’ll need to provide information to indentify yourself) and complete the necessary forms to transfer your lost super into your super fund. Making up for lost time You could make your super money work harder by moving it into your super fund. Your super fund will generally have a wider range of investment options for you to invest in, which could generate a return higher than inflation over the long term. The sooner you find your lost super and put it into your chosen fund, the sooner your money can start working harder for your retirement. Another advantage of holding money in your super fund is that you may be eligible to take out taxeffective insurance cover - so you and your family can be protected. Next steps You could make a big difference to your financial future by investing a small

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Books that celebrate animals PLANET ELEPHANT Tammie Matson From the jungles of Borneo, to the civil strife of Assam, to the black markets of Vietnam, Dr Tammie Matson continues her quest to help reduce the human-elephant conflict around the world. In this follow-up to her bestselling memoir Elephant Dance, Tammie takes on the black markets of Asia determined to make a difference and break the chains of rhino-horn poaching and the illegal ivory trade. Travelling from her new home in Singapore throughout South-East Asia, she meets presidents and traffickers in palaces and tourist markets, journeying to the dark heart of a dark industry. Returning to her beloved Africa, she finds old friends facing rough times and elephants and rhinos on the brink again. And torn between her passionate commitment to conservation and her precious growing son, Tammie faces her biggest challenge yet, balancing work and family. Thoughtprovoking, funny and moving, Planet Elephant is the continued story of one woman’s courage and conviction. AUTHOR INFORMATION Tammie Matson is an Australian wildlife conservationist with a grand passion for Africa and all its wildlife, especially elephants. She worked for many years in southern Africa, before becoming the head of WWF Australia’s species program in 2007, and a voice for threatened species worldwide. Having worked on human-elephant conflict in Namibia and India, she moved to Singapore in 2012 where she is working on reducing the illegal trade in ivory and rhino horn that is decimating Africa’s elephants and rhinos. She divides her time between being a mum to her son, lecturing in the environmental sciences, and undertaking freelance conservation work in Africa and Asia.

THE VICTORY DOGS Megan Rix Bark and Howl are two puppies, born on the London underground. Sheba is an elderly one-eared cat. When the Blitz begins, how will they survive? It’s the start of the Second World War and Bark and Howl are lost in the dark maze of tunnels under London. With Sheba’s help, they learn how to survive. But when the bombs begin to fall, the puppies become separated. As the attacks continue, Bark and Howl are frightened, but they know the tunnels so well - they’re the only ones who can lead hundreds of trapped people out of danger. Will Bark and Howl find each other - and be victorious in leading Londoners to safety?

THE CAT, THE RAT AND THE BASEBALL BAT Andy Griffiths That cat is back! He’s back with a rat and a baseball bat. And when the cat starts to chase the rat, around and around the mat, the trouble is only just beginning. A rhyming story of mischief and mayhem that will delight everyone, especially beginner readers, accompanied by Terry Denton’s energetically comic illustrations. The story first appeared in The Cat on the Mat is Flat.

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in which to browse. “We always want to stock as wide a range of products as possible because all our customers have different needs and wants for their beloved pets,” Angela said. “But it was getting to the stage where every available space was taken and there was hardly any room to walk between aisles.” All that has changed

though, with the bold store expansion and makeover, and there is no better time to come in and check out the new ranges on offer. Weston’s is now the largest pet store in Mount Gambier and has basically doubled its floor space with the makeover. “We have particularly expanded our range of larger items like bird cages, large fish tanks and rabbit cages now that we have the room to better store and display them,” Angela said. Weston’s used to offer around 75 varieties of fish but have now increased their live fish tanks to a total of 28, allowing an even larger variety of fish in the new look store. You can now find the cold water fish downstairs and tropical fish upstairs. The newly expanded store has also allowed Angela and Ian to set up a new attraction - a petting area for their guinea pig Peanut and rabbit

Chestnut, meaning kids and adults can always access the store’s two newest residents. Guinea pigs and rabbits for sale will also e placed in the petting area from time to time. The store’s iconic bird Ruby is also back now renovations complete, although she is in a new home upstairs in the birds section, so come up and say hi to Ruby as she has missed all her loyal friends. With the colder days of winter fast approaching this is also the best time to make sure your pet has all the comforts needed to keep warm throughout these icy cold months. cont. opp page Left - Peanut (guinea pig) and Chestnut (rabbit) now call Weston’s home.

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From dog coats to bird huts, from heat lights and mats for reptiles and amphibians, to cosy pet blankets and warm bedding, Weston’s have everything your pet needs to survive a Mount Gambier winter. “We have everything you need to keep your animals cosy and comfortable,” Angela said. Weston’s Pet Haven has also added a small animal boarding service for your pet guinea pigs, mice, rats and the like so ask the team today about getting your small pets taken care of while you’re on holidays. Come and check out the renovations and innovations at 1 & 2/21 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier, or call (08)8725 9889.

With over 10 years of industry related experience, WILD 4 LIFE brings to you a safe and professional hands-on “WILD” presentation. From the cute - slimey - scaley - creepy, WILD 4 LIFE offers a mobile service where you can experience an up and close personal encounter with some of Australia’s everyday and endangered wildlife. • Classrooms • Birthday parties • Business promotions • Corporate days • Stalls, fetes, markets • Malls, festivals

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Now Mount Gambier’s largest pet shop Come and see our new expanded range. coming events July 5 - 20 Beachport Lions Club Salmon Fishing Competition The annual Beachport Lions Club Salmon Fishing Competition is held at the picturesque Beachport Salmon Hole. This event runs for the two weeks of the South Australian school holidays giving everybody the opportunity to try beach salmon fishing.. A great activity during the school holidays with more than $1000 worth of prizes up for grabs. Entry fees apply and registration/entry forms are available from Blupod at the Jetty Shop. Daily weigh in is at the Beachport Hotel between 11am and 7pm.

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cook for 2 minutes or until browned. Transfer to the plate. Repeat with remaining chicken. Add the onion to the pan and cook, stirring, for 3 minutes or until soft. Add the garlic and paprika and cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until aromatic. Add the chorizo, chicken, tomato, water, capsicum and olives. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low. Simmer, covered, for 10 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Stir in half the parsley. Taste and season with salt and pepper. Divide among serving plates and sprinkle with the remaining parsley. Serve with bread and mixed salad leaves.

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Pisces Something you’ve been working closely on with a couple of colleagues will come to fruition with good results - some of those financial. You will certainly start to feel more financially secure in general but please, please, please - start saving. Aries Now is the time to get really serious about that career change you’ve been contemplating. Whether it’s a promotion you’ve been working hard to secure or a complete change of direction, now is the time to take action as you will be successful. Taurus You will come to the end of some professional development or study you’ve been working hard on and you should feel rightly proud. Now you really need to start pursuing your chosen passion with vigour so start touching base with important contacts. Gemini Your friends might sometimes give you a hard time about being careful with your money and living within a budget but your financial prudence is about to attract attention from your superiors at work and could result in a promotion. Cancer You feel like you’re at the crossroads of your relationship and in reality you are but with some better communication and a willingness on your part to be more assertive will lead to a happy ending. Leo You finally find out that critical project you’ve been working on and given many people thought you would fail, the fact you’ve worked within a frugal budget and in limited time gives you even more satisfaction for a job well done.

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There’s nothing like feeling appreciated by your boss and in the case of Jayco Mt Gambier’s manager Michelle Hateley, there is no doubt in her mind just how appreciated she is. Michelle is currently travelling through France with other Jayco dealers on a dealer trip, with Gerry Ryan, Jayco Australia owner and also the owner of the Orica Green Edge cycling team. He decided this year to take his dealers to experience

the Tour de France and be a part of the official Green Edge party for two days of the tour. The team trial day was the first day Michelle had experienced as part of the team as she sat in the Green Edge corporate tent right at the finish line. “It was an amazing experience to be apart of this day as it was Green Edge’s first team trial win,” Michelle said. After travelling through Monaco for a day and seeing the amazing scenery, it was then on

to Montpellier to again be a part of official engagements on race day (last Thursday night). After the race they stayed one more night in Montpellier then off to Lyon and Paris before returning home this week. Below - (from left) - Sharon Mansfield, Kenny Mansfield (Jayco Newcastle manager), Gerry Ryan and Michelle Hateley (Jayco Mount Gambier manager).

July 1 – August 31 Barbara Wallace Memorial Exhibition – Celebrating 21 years of the Millicent Gallery MILLICENT GALLERY, MILLICENT

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particularly, the staff and it is a great opportunity for self reflection and analysis of the business and the direction, it’s strengths and weaknesses and exactly where it’s heading. 2012 Service Industry winner Specsavers certainly believed the award was just the boost the relatively new business was looking for. “We found we had so many customers taking note of the awards and offering congratulations to us on our win- and our staff were very proud to be recognised for their efforts also,” Specsavers optometrist and co-owner Erica Johnston said. “As a relatively new business, the application process involved with the business awards was a great way to see if we had any gaps in our business plan - it allowed us to identify what had been working well, but more importantly, address any areas that needed improvement.” For Specsavers, the chance for some self analysis came at the perfect time and to then be honoured with the award was an added bonus. “We would definitely recommend to anyone who is nominated to go through the process - it is a great opportunity to reflect on and recognise what works well within your business,

as well as become aware of any opportunities for improvement,” Erica said. “Being recognised alongside many other great businesses has also allowed us to look at how they do things, to see if we can take any tips to help with our future development.” Metro Bakery & Cafe owner Toni Vorenas, who had a high number of her staff also nominated in the employee of the year category, said it was a well deserved pat on the back for her team. Metro took out the 2012 retail business award. “It was wonderful to be acknowledged and even more so for the staff to be acknowledged for their dedication and hard work,” she said. “To know that customers had nominated us makes it all the more special, rather than if you self-nominated - that’s the rewarding part.” Also laying claim to being a relatively new business, Metro also found the application process a great way to re-assess the business plan. “It’s a really good opportunity to reflect on what we do and what we do well and an opportunity to reflect on the things that we need to work on,” Toni said. “I also involved my staff in that application process, to get their

thoughts and for them to take ownership of what we do here.” Nomination forms are available on line at the Chamber of Commerce website or at selected outlets, including here at Lifestyle1. Nominations close August 9.

Left - (top) - Kathryn Benjamin and Erica Johnston, from Specsavers - 2012 service industry award winner. Left (bottom) - The Metro Bakery & Cafe team - 2012 retail business award winner.

at the gallery July 5-28 Ibis Rising NARACOORTE ART GALLERY, NARACOORTE The Naracoorte Gallery’s annual non acquisitive exhibition Ibis Rising is on again from July 5-28. With three categories; two dimensional, photography and three dimensional, the gallery walls will host a variety of vibrant artworks from our talented artists with a total prize pool of $1500.


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South East falls at final hurdle for third consecutive championships

Murray South East has had to be content with bridesmaid status again this weekend, when the Central zone outclassed the inaccurate Murray South East combination to the tune of 49 points. The Justin McConnell (North Gambier) coached combination won both its Saturday clashes to earn a place in its third consecutive championship decider but was unable to contain the quality Central team that was in control of the final from go to whoa. Even before leaving the region, team officials knew the area of concern would be firepower and that’s exactly how it panned out. In reality, Murray South East had its share of luck securing victories in both round robin matches on Saturday and had no winners up forward in the championship decider. The team’s back six, including Ray Jaensch (Kybybolite), Steve Duldig (Millicent), Joel Kay (Ramblers) and skipper Tyson Wait (Imperials) could hold their

heads high after the weekend, while South skipper and Murray South East vice captain Simon Berkefeld (South Gambier) was head and shoulders above his team mates over both days. Berkefeld was awarded the player of the championship for the Murray South East team, an award donated by Scott and Karen Duncan. Berkefeld’s quality performance on the ball saw him selected in the team of the championship on a wing, with his skipper Wait also in that team on a half back flank. Fellow Murray League player Joel Kay secured a position on the half back flank, while Tylah Saunders (Hatherleigh) and centre half back Ray Jaensch were selected on the interchange bench. McConnell agreed the five players selected in the championship team were the most consistent contributors for the Murray South East and thought midfielders Brock Egan (North Gambier) and Lachy Jones (Penola), who were both making their zone

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MURRAY SOUTH EAST Murray South East 2.4 3.5 (23) Eyre Peninsula 0.2 2.6 (18) Goals - Murray South East: J. McConnell 2; A. Kurzman. Best - Murray South East: S. Berkefeld, T. Wait, R. Jaensch, S. Duldig, T. Saunders. Murray South East 3.3 6.5 (41) Northern 1.1 5.2 (32) Goals - Murray South East: J. Martin, D. McElroy, J. Mullen, S. Berkefeld, L. O’Neil, J. McConnell. Best - Murray South East: S. Berkefeld, T. Wait, S. Pfeiffer, T. Saunders, J. Kay.

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL Central 2.3 4.5 6.6 9.11 (65) Murray South East 0.0 1.4 1.8 1.10 (16) Goals - Murray South East: A. Kurzman. Best - Murray South East: T. Wait, S. Berkefeld, J. Kay, L. Jones, T. Saunders.

championships debuts, were unlucky to miss State selection. Central’s Michael Liebelt, who was best on ground in the championship decider, was also named player of the championships. Murray South East defeated Eyre Peninsula by five points and then Northern by nine points. McConnell was really pleased with the effort of his group and hopes with a couple of extra experience, key position players, the side can go one step better. “All the other competing leagues have the weekend off and it would be great if we could get that kind of buy into the concept,” McConnell said. “We really earnt out spot in the final, I thought we had the tougher draw and the boys played out of their skins.” McConnell conceded they were probably a couple of key talls short of really competing in the final. “Just didn’t quite have the personnel - a couple of those big guys to clunk a few grabs that the other sides had,” he said. Given 80 percent of the side were under 25 years old, McConnell is hopeful the side will continue to be around the mark. The efforts of young ruckmen Jak Ryan (South Gambier) and Daron McElroy (West Gambier) drew praise from the coach, as did the form of defender Jed Mullen, Casterton’s Brandon Currie and Glencoe’s rising talent Zacc Cocks.

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The South East is being represented by three strong junior netball teams at this week’s South Australian Regional Netball Championships in Adelaide. The players were selected based on their performances as part of the South East Regional Netball Aacademy and represent four association - Western Border, Mid South East, Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara and Mount Gambier Netball Associations. Above - The 17 and under team (from left) - Demi Smith, Erin Watson, Mikaila Pitt (MSENA); Lucy Walker and Alice Bowering (WBNA); Emily Hunter, Enya Southall, Georgie Cadzow, Bonnie Edwards (KNTNA) and (left) Tabatha Sanderson (MGNA).

Above - (top row) - The 15 and under team (from left) - Tenille Gray, Mary Wilson, Emily Pietsch, Keah Lynch, Lauren Pike (WBNA); Maise Nankivell, Aliza Pfitzner, Alana Winter, Ella Kane (KNTNA) and Annabel Brooks (MSENA). Above (bottom row) - The 13 and under team (from left) - Tayla Werchon, Tayla WilsonSmith, Nyah Allen, Eliza Hunter (WBNA); Annabel McBride, Emily Winter (KNTNA); Lara MacGregor, Emma Gould (MSENA); absent - Isabelle Turner, Eliza Wright .

WB Junior Football Results Under 12A East Gambier 6.3 8.3 9.5 12.6 (33) North Gambier 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 (6) Goals - East: B. Nunan 5; B. Just, J. Weedon 2; L. Allen, H. Wilson, L. Kuchel. North: C. Fisher. Best - East: J. Weedon, B. Nunan, H. Wilson, B. Mulraney. North: J. Williamson, C. Fisher, J. DeDonatis, T. Elshaug, A. McKinnon, L. Persello.

Under 12B East Black 3.2 4.2 4.4 4.4 (28) North Gambier 0.0 1.0 1.1 4.3 (27) Goals - East Black: D. Lillecrapp 2; D. Flynn , J. Thompson. North: E. Fisher 2, B. Edwards , A. McKinnon. Best - East Black: J. Thompson, T. Graney, C. Little, B. Steed, C. Arnold. North: D. Williamson, D. Chapman, J. Arthurson, E. Fisher, J. Coleman, B. Bresolin. Millicent 2.1 3.2 4.6 4.7 (31) West Red 1.0 1.2 1.2 1.3 (9) Goals - Millicent: B. Shanks, T. Ferguson, L. Hale, R. Shanks. West Red: A. Lane. Best - Millicent: T. Ferguson, J. Grosser, B. Shanks, D. Shanks, E. Bowman, J. Werchon. West Red: J. Cornolo, T. Morale, A. Lane, L. Oldaker, M. Simpson, T. Dohnt.

West Blue 0.1 2.2 2.2 2.2 (14) East Red 0.1 0.1 1.1 2.1 (13) Goals - West Blue: J. Duncan, J. Opperman. East Red: T. Holden, J. Hutchesson. Best - West Blue: A. Hill, T. Newton, P. Smith, D. Hann, J. Sneath. East Red: T. Button, J. Geraghty, J. Little, B. Miatke, M. Kenny.

Under 14 East Gambier 1.1 2.1 7.2 9.4 (58) North Gambier 0.5 1.7 1.7 1.7 (13) Goals - East: J. Thomas 3; R. Lillecrapp J. Larkin, B. McMillan, S. Lock, T. Young-Yarran, M. Blok. North: W. Stafford. Best - East: S. Just, J. Larkin, T. Young-Yarran, S. Lock, R. Lillecrapp. North: M. Sochacki, W. Stafford, E. Maney, M. Whan, B. Walters, J. Hatt - 033

Left - Vicis A grade defender Courtney Jones looks for a team mate down court during Saturday’s A grade action at Olympic Park. Full scoreboard and more photos on page 36 & 37.


but far from out East Conference juggernaut Bendigo spoiled the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers’ milestone party with a three point victory in arguably the arm wrestle of the season at the Icehouse on Friday night. On a night when 2003 championship hero Kurt Russell played his 250th SEABL match and the club’s current captain and vice captain, Matt Sutton and Erik Burdon, played their 100th games as Pioneers, eight points was the most that ever separated the two conference leaders. Bendigo enjoyed that buffer with four minutes to play in the first quarter, and the Pioneers secured the same advantage with 6: 50 on the clock in the second. In the end, it was Bendigo’s two big guns - imports Ivan


McFarlin and Jazzmarr Ferguson that proved the difference. McFarlin not only scored 26 points but also pulled in an astonishing 26 rebounds and while he dominated in the paint, Ferguson cut swathes through the Pioneers’ defence and always seemed to be in space when he took his shots. His game high 29 points included 10 in the frenetic final quarter, where both sides enjoyed the lead. The Pioneers went into the final term with a four point lead and kept the Braves at bay until Tom Garlepp, converted two shots from the free throw line to tie things up with six minutes to play. Ferguson, then Garlepp, both hit good shots to give the Braves a four point buffer of their own and they were never headed. Ben Allen tied things up again with four minutes to play but the Braves’ big guns kept firing and even after another Allen three had the Pioneers within one with a minute and a half to play, McFarlin and Ferguson combined for a stunning offence that ended with a dunk that gave Bendigo that eventual three point winning buffer. The Pioneers had the final

possession of regulation time but were unable to conjure a look at a three pointer, losing the ball at the halfway line to a desperate Braves outfit that clearly relished the hard fought away victory. The stats sheet doesn’t always tell an accurate story but Friday night’s numbers do. The Pioneers were smashed on the boards, where McFarlin was almost unstoppable, losing the rebound count 50-30, allowing way too many second chance baskets for the Braves as McFarlin tipped in or secured the offensive rebound time and time again. The Pioneers also went a little cold shooting wise in the final term and it was statistically their worst of the match. In the end it was a case of the cream rising to the top in the form of McFarlin and Ferguson. While his court time was limited in his 250th SEABL appearance, Russell had his time to shine, entering the fray late in the third and cleaning up a missed free throw from his skipper for the easy put back that established the Pioneers’ four point three quarter time lead. Sutton, himself, was vocal on the bench and in time outs

and a general when on the pine, while Burdon showed glimpses of his three point magic and finished the match with 11 points. The Pioneers now head on the road this weekend with a Friday night clash against Knox and a Saturday night blockbuster with Geelong. Knox is languishing on the bottom of the South Conference standings, with the Pioneers still two wins clear on top of that ladder. The Pioneers will need to focus on coming away with the points from Friday night ahead of what is a tough assignment any time - let alone backing up after a game the night before – when they tackle Geelong, at home. The Supercats are sitting 16-3 and second on the East Conference standings and will be a stern test, but another great taste of what the play offs will be all about, for the Pioneers. Result Bendigo 89 d Pioneers 86 (Allen 20; Hill 15; Daly 14; Robinson 13; Burdon 11). Left - Jan Warbout. Right - Brad Hill. Photos courtesy of Gavin Male.

milestone men KURT RUSSELL - 250 SEABL GAMES In 2000, Kurt Russell (left) was a fresh faced rising talent, looking to develop his basketball career in the strongest league outside the National Basketball League - the SEABL. In 2003, the decision was vindicated with the ultimate prize - the South Conference championship and national title with the Pioneers. On Friday night, as he suited up for SEABL game number 250, the only surviving championship team member on the Pioneers roster played only four minutes as he closes out his career as a veteran. “My role is similar to that Jason Joynes role when I first came here,” Russell said. “Joynesy was there to help out us young guys and that’s what I’m trying to do - to bring my experience and leadership to the group we have now.” With his play offs experience, Russell’s importance, particiularly during mid week preparation, when work commitments allow him to be on the training track, will only grow as playoffs approach and arrive. “We’re certainly going to be playing finals and that’s where I think my experience will be really helpful,” he said. The 2003 championships are as expected, Russell’s career highlight over his 250 SEABL appearances but he is also very focussed on the possibility of creating new highlights with the current group. “We are taking one game at a time and just focussing on Friday night and Knox,” Russell said. “But we do know the importantce of continuing to win and getting a home final - it’s important for us and important for the community that is so supportive of this team.” Obviously love, he is married to star local netballer and basketballer Melissa Hill, who had her own stellar basketball career, has been a huge drawcard to settle in Mount Gambier but now in his second stint here, Russell loves this community and the way it embraces its national sporting team. Russell came out of retirement last season with the arrival of coach Richad Hill and having been part of a winning group before, Russell believs the 2013 group has the talent, desire and arguably most importantly, the chemistry that could see it claim the ultimate prize.

MATT SUTTON - 100 GAMES FOR PIONEERS Like his two milestone team mates, Pioneers captain Matt Sutton just wanted the win and to go down on Friday night certainly took the shine off the 100 game celebration. “It was one of those games and while it sucks to lose it we’ll probably learn more from a game like that,” Sutton said. “Losing that game probably won’t be a huge deal in terms of results at the end of the season and I think the lessons will hit home harder.” Sutton joined the Mount Gambier franchise in 2010, as he looked for the challenge of the best ABL competition, the SEABL. “When I moved here I certainly didn’t think about how many games I would play for the Pioneers but the decision to stay has been really easy - I love it here,” Sutton said. “This is an easy community to live in and feel a part of and it’s been easy for me to stay and it’s an honour to now been captain, that’s something I take great pride in.” Sutton has revelled in the role and on Friday night, whether on the court or the bench, Sutton was clearly a leader. He has been through some of the toughest times in the club’s 25 year history but could now be on the verge of a highlight. Sutton credits the work of the coaching staff as a key to the stark improvement in the group over the past 18 months. “Obviously there is the talent that has been added to the group but I think the work Richo (Richard Hill) and the other coaches are putting into the players is really making a difference,” Sutton said. “I feel like we’re really utilising every second of training and the one on one sessions have been really important.” Right - Matt Sutton (left) heads up to accept his 100 game milestone award with good mate Erik Burdon. ERIK BURDON - 100 GAMES FOR THE PIONEERS When Erik Burdon moved to Mount Gambier in 2010, his inaugural season was not really what he hoped. Getting used to the higher standard league, dealing with off court issues within the group and not achieving the on court success he hoped for, made it a tough first year away from home. “But the board members and others around the club always made you feel welcome and so it wasn’t really a hard decision to stay,” Burdon said. “I came here wanting to help the club achieve some success and I’m glad I have stayed to see it get to this point where we are heading in the right direction.” Burdon, like his other two milestone mates, has also become ensconced in the community. “I have made some great friends here, outside of basketball as well, and it’s been a great place to live,” he said. While the loss on Friday night was tough, Burdon was pragmatic about where it sits in the season. “We knew their strengths and weaknesses and the two players (McFarlin and Ferguson) we had to stop we just couldn’t - they’re great players,” Burdon said. “But we have the good personnel now, players with NBL experience, and having quality players and better depth is making a difference, having guys like Sutts, Kurt and Lucass to come off the bench is a pretty impressive bench.” Erik Burdon has become a crowd favourite thanks in no small part to his long range shooting, and he is the reigning Allan Scott Medallist as the club’s MVP. Left - Erik Burdon in action on Friday night. - 034

SPORTS SE AWARDS Siblings In the interests of avoiding a family feud, all three Dukalskis siblings were awarded the athlete award for round eight of the Sports SE Sports Star Awards, which were presented at the end of last month. That, and the fact all three children have incredible resumes when it comes to their sporting achievements, that splitting them would have been akin

headline another impressive round of Sports Star Awards

to splitting hairs. Fifteen year old James has excelled at athletics, football, cricket, basketball and swimming and not suprisingly has already won the Sports SA Country Athlete of the Year - that was back in 2011 and he has only added to his credentials since then. A State champion high jumper, James is currently a member of the South Australian under

15 boys football team nad has represented this region in basically every sport to which he turns his hand. Sister Olivia, 12, is a high achiever as a netballer, basketballer, athlete and swimmer. She has also spent years representing this region across all four sports, is a State champion athlete in high jump and long jump, a State champion breaststroker and a State netballer. Sam, the baby of the family at 10 years old, is fast catching his older siblings, making his mark in athletics, basketball and swimming. He has represented this region across all three sports and is busy setting rcrods every time he competes - in the same vein as James and Olivia. The coach/official award went the way of long serving swimming instructor Mandy Stephens. For more than two decades Mandy has been trining the region’s swimmers and, in turn, a whole new generation of instructors through her involvement in VACSwim, Royal Life Surf Saving and Department of Eduction school swimming programs. The mother of two is also the head trainer at Kongorong Football Club and has been involved at the Hawks at junior or senior level since 1996. The club award went the way of the South East Football Umpires’ League, which is fast approaching its centenary milestone. Not even World War II has seen the league fold or go into

recession. It currently mentors and manages more than 80 umpires, ranging in age from 11 to 63 years old. The league has certainly produced its share of talented umpires, with Tim Wilson going on to boundary umpire at AFL level and Jarred Earl, Chris Button and Matt Dowling working at SANFL level and Jayden Cordes officiating in Queensland. The volunteer/ official award for round eight went to Bob Downs, who at 77 years of age, has been involved in the Millicent Gymnastics Club for almost seven decades. He joined as a 10 year old in 1946 and has never missed a Tuesday night training session since. He has been a gymnast, instructor, committee member and president and has, not suprisingly, been honoured with life membership (1965) and is the club patron. Bob has also been a big part of the Millicent Gof Club (Life member); Mid South East Football League (life member); Friends of the Park and work placemembt supervisor in the Millicent High School Pathways to Engineering Certificate. “I enjoyed the sport bcause it was a good clean, healthy sport,” Mr Downs said. “It takes more than one man to ahcieve what this club has achieved and even though it’s my name on this award, I’ve got a lot of freinds that have passed away that were great men and great women that helped make the Millicent Gymnastics Club what it is today.” Club secretary

Jodie Dixon was on hand to collect the event award for this round for the Dale Teagle Memorial Race, which is hosted by the Mount Gambier Junior Motorcycle Club at the Millicent Motocross event held in conjunction with the Millicent Show every November. The club, which has more than 100 members, has been running for more than 40 years. The Dale Teagle Memorial Race was established 12 years ago and is in memory of a club member, competitor and volunteer that lost his life in an accident. he spent many hours helping prepare the Millicent track for the popular Millicent event, which is held under lights. Below - Siblings James, Olivia and Sam Dukalskis shared the round eight athlete award. Left (top) - Round eight volunteer/official award winner Bob Downs receives his award from People’s Choice Credit Union representative Scott Manning. Left (centre) - Round eight coach/official award winner Mandy Stephens. Left (bottom) - Mount Gambier Junior Motorcycle Club secretary Jodie Dixon accepted the round eight event award for the Dale Teagle Memorial Race.

Lower South East Hockey Association Round 13 Division one men - Cavaliers 4 d Strikers 1; Division one women - West 3 d Tigers 1; Division two women - Tigers 3 d Drifters 2; Cavaliers 5 d Portland 0; Redbacks 2 d Naracoorte 1; Division three men - Strikers 6 d Cavaliers 0; Division three women - West 4 d Strikers 1; Drifters 1 d Tigers 0; ; Under 15 girls - Cavaliers 3 d Strikers 2; Redbacks 4 d West 2; Under 13 girls - Tigers 4 d Redbacks 0; Tigers 5 d West Blue 1; Cavaliers Black 4 d Cavaliers Red 0.

Western Border Soccer Association Premiership results Sharks v Millicent A Grade Sharks 3 drew witrh Millicent 3 B Grade Sharks 2 d Millicent 1 Under 17 Sharks 9 d Millicent 2 Under 14 Sharks 10 d Millicent 0 (mercy rule) Under 12 Sharks 7 d Millicent 0 Apollo v Portland A Grade Apollo 4 d Portland 1 B Grade Apollo 6 d Portland 0 Under 17 Apollo 8 d Portland 1 Under 14 Apollo 1 d Portland 0 Under 12 Apollo 10 d Portland 0 (mercy rule) International v Blue Lake A Grade Inter 5 d Blue Lake 0 B Grade Inter 4 d Blue Lake 1 Under 17 Inter 0 drew with Blue Lake 0 Under 14 Inter 2 d Blue Lake 0 Under 12 Inter 9 d Blue Lake 0 No scores available for Naracoorte v Centrals.


Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football

Seniors Naracoorte 4.5 14.9 23.15 28.19 (187) Kybybolite 2.3 6.8 6.9 7.10 (52) Goals - Naracoorte: S. Logan 11, M. Gill 4; C. Gill 3; B. Gould, S. Henschke 2; J. Cother, N. Boon, M. Hartree, R. Jones, M. Parker, B. Henderson. Kybybolite: B. Laurie 2; J. Fitzgerald, M. Drury, S. Munn, D. Ogilvie, B. Munn. Best - Naracoorte: S. Patterson, S. Logan, J. Cother, S. Henschke, M. Parker, J. Gilbert. Kybybolite: D. Munn, J. Williams, C. Ireland, J. Fitzgerald, D. Arnold, S. Munn. Keith 4.2 6.5 10.8 11.9 (75) Kaniva-Leeor 2.2 4.2 7.4 9.6 (60) Goals - Keith: J. McEntee 4; J. Snajdar 3; A. Hunt, G. Johnson, L. Mitchell, P. Makin. Kaniva-Leeor: D. Stimson, C. Sharples 3; P. Adlington 2, J. Vivan. Best - Keith: J. Wilson, J. Graetz, H. Drogemuller, G. Johnson, S. Molineux, L. Mitchell. Kaniva-Leeor: J. Turner, S. Stallion, E. Maddern, P. Adlington, J. Lyon, D. Hawker. Bordertown 6.6 17.10 17.13 22.19 (151) Kingston 0.1 3.2 7.6 8.7 (55) Goals - Bordertown: N. Frederick 7; T. Harkness 4; O. Butler 2, J. Searle, C. Diment, C. Dahlitz, A. Stephens, J. Jarrett, H. Paech, L. Eats, S. Copestick, M. Downie. Kingston: J. Gould 4; D. Richardson, B. Warner, J. Brown, J. Austin. Best - Bordertown: A. Stephens, N. Frederick, M. Dahlitz, J. Jarrett, R. Frick, C. Diment. Kingston: B. Warner, J. Austin, T. Borrillo, J. Gluyas, R. Clarke, S. Braidwood. Penola 7.1 13.5 19.7 24.11 (155) Border Districts 1.2 2.6 6.6 8.6 (54) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett 10; B. Merrett, D. Coxon, B. McIntyre, B. Foster 2; B. Maney, M. Deveraux, O. March, S. Zadow, J. Copping, K. Ransom. Border Districts: J. Barras, C. Barras, T. Crick 2; C. Robinson, D. Hannaford. Best - Penola: M. Willson, A. Merrett, B. McIntyre, J. Copping, D. Coxon, O. March. Border Districts: S. Ferenci, P. Light, N. Tarca, J. Hirst, D. Hannaford, F. Adams.

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

Pts 40 36 36 32 28 16 16 16 8 6 2

A Grade Cavendish 3.1 7.7 9.11 10.11 (71) Branx-Wallace 0.1 1.3 3.3 5.3 (33) Goals - Cavendish: A. Schurmann 4; T. Duncan 2; L. Purcell, A. O’Connor, S. Haeusler, R. McNaughton. Branx-Wallace: T. Kennedy 2; N. Lester, P. Downs, M. McLean.Best - Cavenidsh: L. Hurley, T. Duncan, J. Soawyer, S. Haeusler, T. Robinson, B. Cameron. Branx-Wallace: A. Bunting, B. Manders, T. Hustwayte, T. Kennedy, M. Monaghan, P. Fort. Dartmoor 3.2 6.5 7.6 13.13 (91) Westerns 3.4 6.6 9.8 9.8 (62) Goals - Dartmoor: J. Franklin 5; J. Polaski, M. Phillips 2; J. McCrae, D. Stephens, A. Jones, S. Jones. Westerns: C. Deans, R. Cracknell 3; A. Elford, H. Dyke, L. Gardiner. Best - Dartmoor: J. Ropitini, J. Franklin, B. Hicks, L. Hatherell, J. Whyte, M. Phillips. Westerns: H. Dyke, J. Patterson, L. Gardiner, M. Keem, J. Cole, K. Richardson. Heywood 6.5 7.7 13.8 17.15 (117) Tyrendarra 1.2 3.2 4.3 7.4 (46) Goals - Heywood: M. Wilson 6; J. Bell 4; J. Saunders, P. Roberts 2; S. Millard, J. Vaughan , S. O’Brien. Tyrendarra: S. Byron 2, J. Meulendyks, M. Lenehan, D. Killmister, J. Morton, J. Clay Best - Heywood: J. Walker, J. Imbi, J. Bell, J. Nash, J. Vaughan, S. Millard. Tyrendarra: M. Peters, B. Clay, L. Thorpe, A. Ross, M. Sutton. Coleraine 3.4 4.6 7.9 10.10 (70) Sandford 2.1 4.4 4.6 4.9 (33) Goals - Coleraine: T. Hogan 4; E. Guthrie 2, J. Brown, Z. McDonald, A. Gould, D. Russell Sandford: W. Bilney, S. Thiselton, J. Searle, C. Barker . Best - Coleraine: M. Dunn, J. Gould, J. Brown, E. Guthrie, A. Gould, S. Duffy. Sandford: D. Hackwill, B. Sharam, J. Searle, D. Milera, W. Bilney, B. Kirkwood.

KNT Netball Results A Grade Bordertown 62 (T. Poulton, A. Milne) d Kingston 36 (R. Smith, N. Pink); Keith 55 (T. Wilsdon, E. Smith) d Kaniva-Leeor 22 (E. Hawker, M. Hawker); Naracoorte 50 (K. Mott, B. Sinclair) d Kybybolite 32 (A. Davies, M. Moss).


MGNA Netball Results A Grade Hobitz 45 (A. Siebert, C. McKinnon) d Zodiacs 22 (N. Blachut, J. Porter); Vicis 54 (N. Collins, C. Pace) d Intruders 40 (C. Grubb, K. Grubb); Amazons 54 (T. Brooksby, T. Smith) d Saints 50 (P. Primmer, K. Capewell).

South West District Football

% 66.12 67.49 61.89 60.46 57.44 48.28 47.43 41.61 36.49 37.16 24.42


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

Naracoorte Penola Bordertown Keith Border Districts Bordertown Padthaway Padthaway

75 69 65 54 53 40 30 29

Hampden Football Netball League Round 13 - July 13


South East Women’s Football Association round 9 results Seniors United 4 (S. Mariano 2; T. Nearmy, T. Kourmouzis) d Millicent 1 (C. Davey); Palace 8 (K. Koumouzis 4; G. Tentye 2; K. Seiler, I. Pratt) d Villa 0; Portland 5 (K. Jensen 3; B. Gerritsen, G. Taylor) d City 0; Wanderers 6 (E. Antunov, J. D’Onghia, K. Lehman, E. Ripper, L. McCallum, own goal) d County 0. Under 14 Mount 4 (M. Hollands 2; K. Whitefield, E. Edwards) d Millicent 3 (P. Bennett, N. Galli, C. Davey); County 7 (G. Peate 3; L. Smith 2; B. Thomson, S. Charlton) d Palace 1 (K. Kourmouzis)


South East Coast Basketball League results

MOUNT GAMBIER COMMUNITY RSL ROUND 12 PENNANT RESULTS Kilsby Shield - Post-Tel 76 d RSL & District Gold 34; Glenburnie 53 d St Martins 51; Kongorong 62 d Commercial Gold 48. Malseed Shield - Moorak Blue 53 d Saints 52; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 55 d OB Flat 44; Moorak Red 58 d Yahl; Mount Gambier Bowls Club 53 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 46.

Above - Hobitz A grade goal shooter Amber Siebert focuses on converting this opportunity despite the pressure from Zodiacs goal keeper Jess Porter. Siebert was the focal point in her team’s 23 goal victory at the weekend, with both players being named thier side’s best. More photos from all the action at the Olympic Park courts on the opposite page.


Men - Wizards 75 (M. Parslow 26; M. Stephens 23; N. Morrison 12) d Millicent 50 (B. Wilson 17; J. Telfer 9; J. Murphy 8); Panthers 84 (T. Brown 26; M. Mott 22; D. Brown 18) d Roos 73 (L. Blicavs 21; J. Nobes, M. Bachmann 16); Bulldogs 76 (S. Berkefeld 21; M. Berkefeld 19; D. Bromley 14) d Cougars 72 (K. deWit 34; D. Savage 16; T. Phillips 12). Women - Cougars 71 (G. Greeen 22; E. Cunningham 15; B. Watson 10) d Bulldogs 52 (T. Gray 25; E. McDiarmid 10; T. Gray 7).


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First row (from top) - Angela Beer, from Vicis, on the stretch; Intruders’ Caitlin Grubb looks for an option down court; Amazons recruit Cat Larkin is a picture of concentration; Vicis defender Courtney Jones tris to get a hand on this pass to Kelsey Grubb, from Intruders. Second row (from top) - Hobitz centre Bec Stewart looks to release th centre pass; Vicis goaler Dana Mulraney converts this opportunity; Zodiacs’ experienced campaigner Jenna Smith just beat Chelsea McKinnon to this delivery. Third row (from top) - Tanielle Brooksby is the outlet option for Amazons as they turn defence into offence; Saints’ Tabitha Sanderson takes this high ball strongly over Amazons defender Michelle Stephens; Saints young gun Paige Primmer was her side’s best on Saturday; Hobitz veteran Sonya Beare takes this interception during her team’s convincing win over Zodiacs. Fourth row (from top) - Vicis recruit Yvette Versace on the fly; consistent Zodiacs mid courter Sal Harful at full stretch; Amazons’ Jodie Cook looks to keep the ball moving during her side’s nailbiting four goal victory over Saints. - 037





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Mount Gambier SA

E499 email: phone 08 8735 4337

08 8762 3731

Melanie Hyland PORTLAND/MOUNT GAMBIER 0419 589 229


Ph 0417 859 435 A/H 08 8725 2877

Lic BLD 179971


Free Water Testing Done 250 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier Ph (08) 8725 2826 SUPER FUND SERVICES


JR Construction. ‘BUILDING A SHED’ Carports, Garages, Industrial Concreting, Roofing, Maintenance BEST PRICE - FREE QUOTES Servicing the South East Jason: 0402 066 368 | WETSUIT HIRE


WOOD SPLITTER FOR HIRE • Half or full day rates • Wetsuit orders welcome • Clean divers air fills

Phone (08) 8738 7274 Open 7 Days 7am - 6pm


Soccer in this region continues to develop not just the elite talent, but also the grassroots level and a program for under 7 and under 9 players has really taken off. The15 week program introduces younger aged children to the game, teaching them the basic skills of the game, with a focus on kicking the ball with both feet, dribbling and passing excercises. Then they enjoy small sided games against other clubs. This is proven to be a fantastic, safe fun environment for these kids to experience the fun of team sport for the first time. The particiapting clubs are Gambier City Sharks, Gambier Centrals, Blue Lake and Apollo. For new parents looking for a safe fun friendly team sport for both girls and boys under the age of 9, contact the Western Border Soccer Association for more information on this year and next year’s programs. Photos courtesy of Wayne Coppick.

• Delivery by arrangement • Left or right hand lifting table




Portland Motor Mechanics

“Make it easy to split that load” Phone 0467 648 092 - 039

classifieds ACCOMODATION

MOUNT GAMBIER - Premium 2 and 3 bedroom apartments centrally located in the heart of city. Ph 0438 224 626. F ------------------------------------------


PORT FAIRY BEACHFRONT - Luxury house with fantastic ocean views. 3 bedroom, spa, Austar. Ph 0448 652 586. F ------------------------------------------


ROBE BEACHFRONT - Brand new two storey home on main beach. 4 bedrooms, amazing views. Ph 0448 652 586. F -----------------------------------------

Free to homes in South East SA & South West Victoria Online Classifieds Phone 08 8724 7111 or 03 5561 3141 ACCOMODATION

BAYSIDE HOLIDAY COTTAGES – Port MacDonnell. Fully furnished. $130. Pets negotiable. Available now. 0400 391 712 or 08 8725 7952. 489 -----------------------------------------LUCKY STRIKE - Pelican Point no frills beach shack. Cheap & Comfy!! - Visit www.luckystrik or call 0408 974 444. OL-499 ------------------------------------------


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 ------------------------------------------


JURGENS J2203 SKYGAZER, 18ft, Sept 2011 build, Tare 1460kg, shwr/toilet/awning, double bed. Near new condition. Dunkeld, Victoria. Ph 03 5577 2571/ 0427 772 571. Negotiable around $40,000. OL-489 ------------------------------------------


‘Say Goodbye With Love’ We realise ‘Goodbye’ can be the hardest word Book & pay online or mobile

Phone 1300 914 919 0419 589 229


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

BEGIN ISSUE 488 BUBS2TEENS Children’s Market & Expo. Saturday July 27, 10am - 2pm. Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, Hamilton Vic. Facebook: Bubs2Teens Market. OL-490 -----------------------------------------KASZAZZ – Stamp, Scrap, Embellish will be at Craft Alive Warrnambool from the 5th-7th of July. Come and see our amazing scrapbooking, card making and stamping products. Ph Pam 0414 836 852. OL-488 ------------------------------------------



WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE Mount Gambier. Get ready for SUMMER! Starting Soon $50, 10 weeks Contact Stephanie 0438 606 694. ------------------------------------------


STAR DRESSING ROOM - Wide range of quality hire costumes for men & women. Noon - 7pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 23014 Bay Road (Riddoch Highway). Outskirts of Allendale East approaching from Mount Gambier. 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 488 ------------------------------------------


MYSTERY SHOPPERS - Be Paid To Shop. Shoppers now required in Mount Gambier. Visit OR Call 1800 111 838 to join-up! OL-489 -----------------------------------------


$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. 491 -----------------------------------------


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. 489 ------------------------------------------


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 -----------------------------------------SHORT OR LONG TERM. 2 story heritage, centrally located Mount Gambier venue, for weddings, functions, seminars. 0418 838 684. 489 ------------------------------------------


for all your cricket, football, netball, hockey & general sporting needs

Phone 08 8725 7582

PHONE 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

position vacant aboriginal family preservation and reunification worker

0.6 FTE (45.6 hpf) This position provides culturally appropriate Family Preservation and Reunification Services for Aboriginal families. People of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply. placement support worker

0.6 FTE (45.6 hpf) This position ensures appropriate foster care placements are made for children 0-18 and contributes to the ongoing support and training of caregivers.

1100 LITRE plastic bins with lids and castor wheels. Very good condition. $275. Ph 0408 856 273. 492 -----------------------------------------3 SEATER LOUNGE excellent condition hardly use $200. O.N.O. Ph 0427 957 965 or 08 8723 2 765. 488 -----------------------------------------CARAVAN ANNEXE. Canvas construction with steel posts and supports. Approx. 6.1m long, 2.4m wide and 2.1m high, in good condition $350. Ph 0438 870 430. 489 -----------------------------------------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. 490 -----------------------------------------FARM FENCE POSTS, treated pine, various sizes, from $5 each. 08 8723 2523. OL-490 -----------------------------------------FIREWOOD REDGUM $125 per cubic meter delivered. Ph Barry 0487 517 699. OL-488 ------------------------------------------

Please visit our website for more information. Applications close on 14th July.

JOHN DEERE 410 Tractor - Front End Loader & Lawn cutter, 367 hours. $12,500. Ph 0418 322 356. N490 -----------------------------------------QS BED BASE cream with gold trims $80. Deb frock, size 20, white $150. Ph 08 8725 9714. 488 -----------------------------------------WANTED – Australian memorabilia, anything considered. Also pre decimal coins and bank notes. Round 50c pieces and good jewellery. Ph 08 8738 4351. 489 ------------------------------------------

Anglican Community Care Inc | A member of Anglicare Australia ABN 53 440 436 445 | Charity Licence CCP118 - 040


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WORKSHOP MACHINERY & tooling. Vertical Mill, Titan, 490x180 mm table, 240 v. motor. Metal cabinet stand. Many tools, gauges, cutters & workbench. All items as new, never used. $3750. Hercus Metal-cutting lathe, 9 inch swing. Flat belt 3-step pulley. Separate change gears, 3 & 4 jaw chucks, new metal cabinet, 240 v motor. $1250. email for complete list. Ph 03 5523 2430. OL-490 ------------------------------------------


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 ------------------------------------------




2001 YAMAHA R6, new tyres, new fairing kit, serviced regularly, good condition. $5,500. Ph 0405 257 971. OL-490 -----------------------------------------YAMAHA XVS1100 Classic cruiser 3-08, 28,415km, screen, saddlebags, GPS, reg NICK00. $9,000 O.N.O. Ph 0428 622 019. Due to health reason. 491 ------------------------------------------

RAINWATER TANK CLEANING - Discounts for multiple tanks and group enquiries. Call for a quote. Ph 0429 518 169. OL-489 ------------------------------------------


TRACTOR BRANSON 4720 45Hp. Four wheel assist. 4.1 bucket also forks. Done 105 Hours. Ph Jason 0418 532 935. 490 ------------------------------------------




2000 FORD LASER HATCHBACK - Gold, manual, air conditioning, CD player, power steering. Excellent condition. Great 1st car. 164,000kms. WME-191. $5,650 O.N.O. Ph 0407 171 263. Available for viewing at - ID Number: SSE-AD-948967. DE -----------------------------------------2002 AU II FAIRLANE GHIA, excellent condition, 115,500kms, leather interior, 6 cyl tickford engine. SMV-302. $8,900 O.N.O. Ph 03 5572 2347 or 0458 722 340. 490 -----------------------------------------2006 FORD TRANSIT Van, low roof, short wheel base, 2.4L diesel, converted to camper or can be converted back. 58,000kms, RWC, full registration, silver. $18,990. UCI-088. Ph 0429 114 994. 488 -----------------------------------------AUTOCITY - checkout some new arrivals at www.autocity jubilee hwy west - “ locally owned & operated” Ph 08 8725 8913 - 0419 031 883. LVD - 251298. 493

FOR ALL YOUR HOUSE and Garden needs. We specialise in the small jobs and work to your budget. Ph Tony on 0429 590 626. OL-488 ------------------------------------------


HANDSOME GUY, very fit person. I want a serious relationship with a broadminded lady. 25 – 60 years of age. Please ring me. Ronald Cuffe on 08 8725 7200. (Between 8am and 8pm). 489 ------------------------------------------

-----------------------------------------FORD TRANSIT VAN 2010 LWB, mid-roof, turbo diesel, 97,000kms, cargo barrier, tow bar, excellent condition. $26,500 O.N.O. S289AOU. Ph 0411 647 080. 488 -----------------------------------------XW XY ZC ZD FALCONS, Fairmonts, Fairlanes wanted to wreck or restore. Complete cars or parts, private buyer. Ph 0409 838 048. W-LINC ------------------------------------------

BUFFALO RIVERINEX cows and calves for breeding, pets or meat. Western Victoria. Ph 0466 978 244. OL-489 -----------------------------------------FOR SALE Jack Russell Foxy Pups. One female, one male. Vet checked, vaccinated, wormed, fleaed. $250 O.N.O. Ph 08 8725 6351. 488 -----------------------------------------HUSKITA (Siberien Husky crossed Akita) puppies, wormed, vaccinated, vet checked. $800 available now. Ph 0423 767 830. OL-490 -----------------------------------------PORTLAND & HEYWOOD POULTRY CLUB INC. POULTRY SHOW - At Yarraman Park, Corner of McNeilly’s Rd & Madeira Packet Rd, Portland. Commencing at 11:00am, Sunday 28th July 2013. OL-490 ------------------------------------------


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



YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS. For All Your Sporting Needs Ph 08 8725 1004 42 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 -----------------------------------------FENCING SUPPLIES, Chain mesh, Weld mesh, Pool fencing, Gates & Wire. Regional Steel, 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. 08 8723 5523. OL-490 -----------------------------------------FREE DISPOSAL of steel, Batteries & Old cars at Metalcycle,19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. 08 8723 2523. OL-493 -----------------------------------------METALCYCLE, Buying all types of scrap metal, locally owned, bins and pick up service available, 19 Avey Road, Mt Gambier, 08 8723 2523. OL-490 -----------------------------------------STEEL SUPPLIES, Roofing Iron, Purlins, Gal pipe, Mesh, RHS, Flats & Angles cut to size. Regional Steel, 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. 08 8723 0222. OL-490 -----------------------------------------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. -----------------------------------------490

MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES (contract position to June 2015)

• Employee training and development programs • Staff performance management systems • HR policy and procedure development • Recruitment and selection • Workplace Relations



WEDDINGS YOUR WAY - Ph Elizabeth Lill CMC 08 8738 7275 for marriage and other ceremonies. 488 -----------------------------------------CEREMONIES TO SUIT YOU Anywhere in the South East. Ph Shayne McLean CMC 0457 168 324. 488 ------------------------------------------

An attractive remuneration package is on offer to the right candidate. Assistance with relocation expenses will also be considered for the successful applicant.



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


For more information about the role refer to the position description which is available from Council’s website at


The Manager Human Resources will act as a business partner and will be responsible for building capacity, driving efficiency and optimising performance across the organisation. The role requires a hands on individual with excellent communication and organisation skills, and ability to manage multiple tasks, an ability to adhere to required time lines and the desire and enthusiasm needed to make a difference within the organisation.


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-488 ------------------------------------------


This pivotal role at Council is accountable to the Director Corporate Services for the effective management of Council’s Human Resources function. This challenging and exciting role will allow the successful applicant to undertake:


The Wattle Range Council in the Limestone Coast is one of the most economically diverse Local Government regions in South Australia. With a population of approximately 12,500 people, the Council stretches from the sea to the Victorian border. Located in the picturesque southeast corner of South Australia, the area provides a unique and rewarding working/living lifestyle.

Confidential enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Council’s Director Corporate Services, Mr Sid Jain on (08) 8733 0900 or email

Applications addressing the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description should be marked “Confidential” and posted to the Chief Executive Officer, Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT SA 5280 or emailed to All applications should be received by 5pm on Friday, 19 July 2013. P.A. (Peter) Harriott CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - 041


ANTIQUE BUYER - Paying cash, oil bottles, tins, enamel signs, dingo traps, english china. Ph 0419 250 801. OL-487 ------------------------------------------


STAR DRESSING ROOM - Stylish garments for men and women you can buy or hire. Noon - 7pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 23014 Bay Road (Riddoch Highway). Outskirts of Allendale East approaching from Mount Gambier. 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 489 ------------------------------------------


ANTIQUE BUYER PAYING CASH - Oil bottles, tins, enamel signs, dingo traps, english china. Ph 0419 250 801. OL-490 ------------------------------------------


WANTED - Wooden potato or fruit boxes. Millicent High School. Ph 0409 052 404. OL-493 ------------------------------------------

14 words only $6*


LOOKING FOR BRICKWORK - Brick, stone & paving work wanted. Small or large jobs. Will travel. BLD 231035. Ph 0418 838 684. 489 ------------------------------------------

ONLINE CLASSIFIEDS Buy 1, get 2 FREE On-line only at

only $6


LOCAL Indigenous



An attractive remuneration package including salary, superannuation, motor vehicle and rostered days off is on offer to the right candidate. Assistance with relocation expenses will also be considered for the successful applicant.


For more information about the role refer to the position description which is available from Council’s website at


Working with our progressive team will give you the unique opportunity to plan and deliver a community that is at the forefront of social, environmental and economic sustainability while still retaining our core heritage principles of rural living. Council is seeking a passionate person who is ready to take up this important role to shape the region’s future.


• Community development • Tourism and information centre management • Supporting existing businesses and identifying opportunities • Attracting new business and industry to the Council area


This pivotal role at Council is accountable to the Director Development Services for the effective and efficient operation of economic and business development activity. This challenging and exciting role includes:


The Wattle Range Council in the Limestone Coast is one of the most economically diverse Local Government regions in South Australia. With a population of approximately 12,500 people, the Council stretches from the sea to the Victorian border. Located in the picturesque southeast corner of South Australia, the area provides a unique and rewarding working/living lifestyle.

Confidential enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Council’s Director Development Services, Mr Glenn Brown on (08) 8733 0900 or email


Applications addressing the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description should be marked “Confidential” and posted to the Chief Executive Officer, Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT SA 5280 or emailed to All applications should be received by 5pm on Friday, 19 July 2013. P.A. (Peter) Harriott CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER




Applications addressing the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description should be marked “Confidential” and posted to the Chief Executive Officer, Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT SA 5280 or emailed to All applications should be received by 5pm on Friday, 12 July 2013.


Confidential enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Council’s Director Corporate Services, Mr Sid Jain on (08) 8733 0900 or email


An attractive remuneration package including salary, superannuation and rostered days off is on offer to the right candidate. Assistance with relocation expenses will also be considered for the successful applicant.


For more information about the role refer to the position description which is available from Council’s website at


• Governance and Administration • Information Management • Information Technology


This pivotal role at Council is accountable to the Director Corporate Services for the effective management of Council’s Administration team. This senior role includes coordination and management of the following functions:


The Wattle Range Council in the Limestone Coast is one of the most economically diverse Local Government regions in South Australia. With a population of approximately 12,500 people, the Council stretches from the sea to the Victorian border. Located in the picturesque southeast corner of South Australia, the area provides a unique and rewarding working/living lifestyle.

Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre, OUR MOB is an annual exhibition of South Australian Indigenous art that celebrates the power of creative collaboration across regional boundaries and between arts organisations. Country Arts SA is proud to have supported OUR MOB since its inception by the Adelaide Festival Centre in 2006. The ever evolving exhibition tours biannually throughout regional SA with Country Arts SA’s Visual Art Touring Program. Our Mob 2012: on tour has been specially curated to tour through regional South Australia, including the Riddoch Art Gallery in Mount Gambier from July 13 – September 8 2013. OUR MOB engages the public with reconciliation and inter-cultural understanding; a multifaceted project with a visual art exhibition at its core. Every place has a story, and OUR MOB allows

talent on show

SA’s Indigenous artists to create visual expressions of their own narratives in a collective display. This year’s exhibition features works of art by established, emerging and lesser-known South Australian Indigenous artists, including painting, illustration, and woodcarvings from Tjutjuna (Ceduna) Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre, Iwantja Arts and Crafts,

Ngura Wiru Winkiku Aboriginal Corporation, the Riverlands and metropolitan Adelaide. OUR MOB has been a catalyst for the professional development of Aboriginal artists state-wide, giving them an opportunity to share their stories with each other and take home new perspectives on their work. The success of the exhibition is dependent on

the partnerships between the initiator of the project the Adelaide Festival Centre and Ananguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation, as well as Country Arts SA Arts Officers, Tandanya, and regional and remote community art centre managers.

Miles, Rob McDonald, Fiona McIiness, Sylvia Piddington and Terry Langham.

Above (top) - The participating artists. Above - JoJo Spook’s sculpture.

Above - Denise Scott’s Kapi Piti

in the vineyard

At the end of last month, Zema Estate hosted five talented Limestone Coast artists and two guest artists from the Adelaide Hills for our annual Vine and Wine Sculpture Marathon. Each of the artists was invited to participate in the marathon over the weekend and create works of art featuring hand pruned Zema Estate vine cuttings. The sculptures will then be installed in our home block vineyard adjacent to cellar door and available for viewing throughout July and August and is a feature of the annual Coonawarra Cellar Dwellers event. The annual Zema Estate Vine and Wine Art installation commenced in 2006 and as the event has grown in stature and in popularity, more artists are now participating bringing with them a fresh new perspective to this unique medium and to the overall installation.The installation will be free to view between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Firday and 10am to 4pm on weekends. Visitors will be invited to take the self guided tour, admire the artworks, learn a bit more about the artists, hand pruning and enjoy a complimentary wine tasting in our warm and cosy cellar door. Tasting and sales of a rare selection of museum wine will also be available and selected artworks will - 042

be available to purchase. This year’s featured artists are Jo Jo Spook, Robert Miles, Anne


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Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Asia

NCIS: Los Angeles

The Ashes: First Test

Superman III (PG)

Law & Order: SV.U.

Jaws: The Revenge (PG)

Tuesday, 9.30pm Deeks goes undercover to obtain information about an infamous arms dealer looking to get back in the business, but the woman he befriends leads the operation in a dangerous direction.

Thursday, 7.30pm Australia V England: Day 2 Live from England, the First Test in the 2013 Ashes Series. Can Australia retrieve The Urn for the first time since 2007?

Friday, 10.00pm In mortal enemies, the Man of Steel has no match. But can super-strength stand up to the diabolical circuitry of a criminally insane computer? Starring Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor.

Thursday, 8.30pm The detectives investigate a case where two men have been raped and forever branded by a depraved lunatic. When their attacker is arrested, a tragic story from the past unfolds.

So You Think You Can Dance

Monday, 8.00pm Join the boys from their new favourite Bangkok Bar as they recount their latest Gap Year escapades.

Friday, 7.30pm Arriving at Vegas, each dancer has to make it through four days of full dance routines in order to be considered for the prestigious Top 20.

Friday, 6.30pm Ellen Brody swears personal revenge on a great white shark that has attacked her granddaughter.

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The Great Australian Bake Off Tuesday, 8.00pm The ultimate kitchen battle erupts as ten contestants have their baking skills put to the test, in the hope of being crowned Australia’s Best Home Baker.


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Daily, 9.30pm SBS’s coverage of the 100th edition of the Tour de France continues with more coverage than ever. SBS is showing every stage of the Tour live and exclusive in HD as well as twice daily highlights in the morning and evening.





2011 HYUNDAI i30 FD SX




Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, power windows. 090-RRG. Was $15,990. Internet ID: 20495

Automatic, 1 owner, full service history, dual airbags, air conditioning, central locking, anti lock brakes, CD player, front power windows. AO8537. Internet ID: 20498

5 speed manual turbo diesel 4x4, 1 owner, full log-book records, heavy duty tow bar, tinted windows, power windows, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking. A13VC. Internet ID: 20526

Automatic, tow bar, smart bar, dual airbag package, third row seats, side steps, cruise control. XET-003. Was $14,990.



Internet ID: 20546




2010 MAZDA BT-50 B2500 BOSS DX


2010 HYUNDAI i30 SX

Automatic, 18” alloy wheels, climate control, cruise control, tow pack, body kit, CD player. S267ALK. Internet ID: 20571

5 speed manual turbo diesel, 15” alloy wheels, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power steering, power windows, tinted windows. IPHQ086. Internet ID: 20593

Automatic, 1 year left of NCW, 18” alloy wheels, mobile phone connectivity, bluetooth, climate control, CD player, cruise control, power windows. CJE-61J. Internet ID: 20525

5 speed manual, turbo diesel, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking. KMH-150. Was $17,990. Internet ID: 20535









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: 20595

Automatic, anti lock brakes, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power steering. XHB-810. Internet ID: 20611

Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, 4 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. WNT-345

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, 7 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, cruise control, power windows. YUG-752. Internet ID: 20638

Internet ID: 20596

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MOTOR Campaign Australian news services have been kept busy in the past couple of years reporting on massive job losses in the manufacturing industry, particualrly the automotive

to secure manufacturing future

manufacturing industry - both cars and components. But the industry is refusing to buckle under the growing pressure it faces and is looking to showcase Australia’s

manufacturing industry, both past and present, and what it can still be in the future. Targeting You Tube, facebook and other more traditional lobbying outlets, groups like the Federation of

Automotive Product Manufacturers, are campiagning strongly to convince the Australian public and the government that we cannot afford to allow manufacturing in this country to completely disappear. With a proud deisgn and manufacturing history that saw Australians invent the Hills Hoist, lawnmower, zinc cream, the first ever feature film, solar power and the bionic ear and the ute, there can be no doubt, throwing away 150 years of manufacturing excellence in this country would be hasty at best. Australia is one of only 13 countries in the world that still designs and builds cars competely from scratch. The automotive industry employs 50,000 people directly and 300,000 people indirectly - that’s basically the population of Canberra. The issue for the industry is it is not competing on a level playing field with other country’s manufacturing sectors. The industry is backing such strategies as removing fringe

all the bells & whistles

benefits tax on greeer cars, providing a rebate on locally made cars, raising the luxury car tax, establish a

national approach to vehicle inspections and building on the Automotive Industry Structural Adjustment

Porgram. Log onto https: // watch?v=clI2-Hs9W-M to view the FAPM’s latest campiagn.

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August 4

Archaeology and Antiquity, Human Body and Movement, Energy and Transport, Environment and Nature, Health and Medical, Space and Astronomy, Innovation and Technology. Join SciWorld and the Shell Questacon Science Circus for a whole day of science fun. They’ll have StarDomes to explore the night sky, and lots of science shows and experiments. Teach a robot to fetch a ball, pat a snake with Remabi Park Native Animals, or get up close to some Bugs ‘n’ Slugs.





One owner, 8 airbags, ESP traction, alloy wheels, 68,000kms.

3.0 litre SIDI engine, one onwer, low kms.

100 series, automatic, dual fuel, 8 seats. WFD-006

Body kit, VTSS alloy wheels, 227,000kms. YGU-34C







2005 SAAB 9-3 SEDAN


Airbags, cruise, ABS, one owner, dual fuel. WHX-631

Automatic, power windows. S827-APS

Only 73,000kms, auto, leather. TVA-948 Choice of two.

Air conditioning, power steering, automatic, 4 cylinder. XRR-116









Low kms, one owner, dedicated gas, reverse sensors, cruise control. XKP-288

149,000kms, one owner, DVD player, reverse sensors. TVA-948

Tray-top, 3.0 litre turbo diesel, only 106,000kms, steel tray. XLV-943

Automatic, air conditioning power steering, central locking, grey. WGA-812 - 047

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