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In our time poor society, having everything you need right at your fingertips just takes the hassle out of your latest project. And when you can call on three of the biggest, most respected names in the local business community, you know they’ll not only get the job done but get it done to the highest possible standard. Pioneering a new one stop shop concept, the Mount Trade Centre is a first for the region as deBruin Construction’ Friswell Electrical SA and Tye’s Plumbing join forces under one roof to provide all your tradie needs. The deBruin Group has driven the merging of the resources of the three respected trade services, with the Mount Trade Centre a bricks and mortar sign of confidence in the economic future of the Limestone Coast. Catering for clients needing a minor household repair to those looking to completely renovate or construct a new business or home, the Mount Trade Centre

can provide you with all the expert advice and service you need to get the job done. The deBruin Group had the foundation of deBruin Construction on which to build this unique Mount Trade Centre, with the construction arm of the company having built a solid reputation over many years and having completed many quality projects throughout the Limestone Coast. The deBruin Group then added the highly rated Friswell Electrical SA to its stable, purchasing the trusted electrical business. The Friswell Electrical team is accredited in CBUS, solar and all facets of the electrical industry. The construction team is lead by Dallas Kowalick and Greg Godrik, who are both leaders in their field and offer specialised services, including project management, general building, carpentry, concreting, scaffolding, as well as emergency repairs and ‘make safes’ anytime, anywhere. Tye’s Plumbing then became

the missing piece to the puzzle as deBruin enticed the established and respected local plumbing contractors on board. That partnership with Tye’s Plumbing Service ensured the Mount Trade Centre could become a reality. David Tye and his friendly, expert team

are able to cater for all of your plumbing and gas fitting needs with quality service that is only a phone call away. Tye’s Plumbing Service is the State’s highest accredited ‘green plumbers’ and offer the advice and service you can trust. With all trades now in the one

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The Cape Jaffa Seafood and Wine Fest will celebrate its 15th year in 2014 with Sunday, January 12, set down for the celebrations. Still all about family fun and showcasing the amazing produce from the region, the 2014 event is sure to be one of the small seaside village’s best. The Fest will bring together the best local fare including succulent seafood, mouth-watering produce and regionally distinct wines. For those not so excited by the fruits of the sea there will be loads to tickle your taste

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buds including cheeses, olives and prime BBQ beef. The Mount Benson and Robe wineries will be back showcasing their wares and will be only too pleased to recommend a wine to match your food. Think moscato, marsanne, or tempranillo perhaps? Never fear if you’re not too familiar with these varieties, we’ve planned a wine masterclass for those looking to brush up on their wine knowledge. A fun way to socialise with your friends, taste and chat with the wine gurus, ask lots of questions and learn

about perfect food and wine matching. More details on the masterclasses will be released closer to the festival date but you’ll need to be quick as places will be limited. You’ll also be able to stock your home cellar at the festival with a new take home license permitting sealed wine to be taken off the premises. Of course the festival will also offer fabulous live entertainment to get everyone in the mood and special activities to ensure the kids are having fun, all this in a casual, relaxing atmosphere on the foreshore at Cape Jaffa. This community event relies on the support and sponsorship of local businesses and once again the festival is asking for your help. New sponsorship packages are about to be released…and my word they look different. You’ll receive even more for your sponsorship dollar this year. How does complimentary transport to and from the festival sound? A gourmet seafood platter, reserved seating and wine delivered to your door after the festival. So please mark the date on your calendar and rally your friends from far and wide. Visit the Fest’s website for all the details at and LIKE us on facebook to stay in the loop.

the region’s galleries & theatres Until August 24 Contemporary Australian Paintings from the Collection HAMILTON ART GALLERY, HAMILTON Contemporary Australian Paintings brings together a comprehensive selection of contemporary paintings drawn from the Gallery’s collection. Reflecting the breadth of artistic practice in Australia from the past 20 years the exhibition includes works by contemporary artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and practices. These artists are often the storytellers of current thought and agenda. August 27 Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre Company) LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNAMBOOL

Emily Eyefinger is the story of adventurous heroine, Emily, who was born with an extraordinary gift, an eye on the end of her finger. Emily struggles with being different, and confiding in her best friend Malcolm, begins to contemplate life without her eyefinger, even considering surgical removal. Meanwhile, Emily embarks on her biggest adventure yet. With her Great Aunt Olympia, Emily heads into a deepest darkest jungle where she foils a kidnapping attempt by the evil Arthur Crim and solves the mystery of the Ancient Caves of Tutenkamouse. With the help of those around her, Emily eventually finds pride in her ‘bit of difference’ and acknowledges that sometimes it’s better to leave things just as they are. A light-hearted joyous work with resonating themes of identity, respect and friendship. For ages 5-10. - 006

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LOADS OF APPEAL – LOADS OF SHEDDING 32 Bluebell Drive. Mount Gambier If you are considering building your own home, then this is the perfect property for you – Exceptional inside and out. This value packed home will not last! Outstanding features include: • Stunning modern design – only 18 months old • Offering 3 double bedrooms – ensuite & walk in robe to main, built ins to 2&3 • Large open plan kitchen / dining / living area – with 9 foot ceilings • Chefs kitchen with walk in pantry & prep station – stainless appliances & dishwasher • Stylish tiles to main bathroom / separate shower and bath • Timber decked undercover entertaining area double garage under main roof & internal access • Rear access to 6 x 8m garage with concrete floor and power • Ducted gas heating, 10,000 lt Rainwater – Pop up sprinklers

Address: 32 Bluebell Drive, Mount Gambier Price: $339,000 Open: Sunday, August 18 at 11.45am - 12.15pm Contact: Gebhardts Real Estate Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier, SA 5290 Tel: 08 8725 5766 email:

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4 Thurston Street Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

REDUCED $199,000

10.30 - 11.00

11.15 - 11.45

• Four bedrooms plus office or fifth bedroom • Three of the bedrooms have built in

5 Frewville Place Mount Gambier

• Good size lounge room with gas fire • Open plan kitchen / dining plus extra living room off kitchen. Double length carport with auto door and internal


• Central but secluded location • Neat single bedroom home, kitchen, lounge room plus large second living area, attached carport.

access - Single garage



9 Ridgeview Court Mount Gambier


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




• Compact allotment of 586m2 • Longer term opportunity to redevelop











9 Kyrenia Court Mount Gambier $625,000

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3 21445 Riddoch Highway Moorak

• Beautifully appointed split level architectural home, designed with energy efficiency concepts to enhance a sustainable way of living. • Supurbly located in the popular St Martins area, with close proximity to schools and only a short 5 minute drive to both main street and new Market Place Shopping Centre. • This spacious home comprimises 4 large double bedrooms and 2 large living areas with the addition of a theatre room and a home gym.


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




approx 100m2 • Old stone dairy, timber garden shed.

2 5/54 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier • • • • • •




Two bedrooms both with built-in-robes Open plan kitchen/dining Upgraded kitchen with electric cooking Private rear area. Allocated car parking Walking distance to shops and the city centre Currently leased at $130 per week (periodic)




NEW! 29 Dohle Road Mount Gambier $635,000



9 Livingston Street Mount Gambier

2 $209,000

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




6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday 12.00 - 12.30

4 Link Street Mount Gambier


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5 $229,500

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.


• This beautifully designed 3 level home is constructed with quality finishes throughout • Take advantage of the sunny northern aspect with spectacular views over the


city • An impressive lounge room, kitchen/ dining with access to external deck. • Large family/guest room with store rooms/workshop • This quality home is set amidst


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

4 21 Creek Street Mount Gambier





• 1.44ha rural living property • Historic villa style home of 8 large rooms and 2 bathrooms • Outbuiltings include 1865 converted stone barn, large Colorbond shed, garages plus heaps more. • Great covered outdoor entertaining area with pizza oven and Argentinean BBQ • Rare opportunity to purchase impressive property • 4.7km from city centre • IMPRESSIVE!


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2 24 Shepherdson Road Mount Gambier


1 $433,000

• Prominent location with views over the city s • Well designed and constructed property comprise 3x2 bedroom flats and 1 master flat with 3 bedrooms, separate lounge and kitchen. d. • 4 garages on a lower level, unit 2 recently renovate • Current gross income of $31,980 per annum.





39 Wehl Street North Mount Gambier


• 3 bedrooms, main with 2 x WIR, large ensuite plus open fire place • Extra-large dining/lounge room with S/C Wood fire • Open plan kitchen/dining room 2 • Large yard of approx 1022m • Garage, double carport, enclosed entertaining area

30 Blume Terrace Mount Gambier


• 5 bedrooms, huge main with WIR & ensuite • Solid timber kitchen with Granite bench tops • Large formal lounge, large family room and spacious formal dining room • Superb outdoor entertaining area • Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac



Black Swan Road Nelson

1 4 Lot 5 Carpenter Rocks Road Carpenter Rocks


2 Coombe Street Nangwarry

• Zoned rural

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39 Oldbridge Road Nelson

Lot 8 Corner Sturt and Union Streets $399,000 Nelson


2 $320,000



76 Meylin Street Port MacDonnell

• 2 large bedrooms, main with plenty of built-ins. • Roomy lounge room with gas heating. • The home would be very easy to extend in the future should the need arise. • Solid stone garage, very neat gardens. • A short walk to the beach and shops

• Covered pergola area, plenty of rainwater

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



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

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

• 2.02ha (5acres) • Natural bushland • Over looking lagoon and river mouth












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



• 4 bedroom elevated home with fantastic views. Main with B.I.R. River views from indoors & outdoors • Lounge room with separate dining, compact kitchen, electric heating + R/C inverter • Under house garage plus storage rooms




Nelson Road Mount Gambier From $92,000 - $145,000 • Attractive residential development • Various size allotments of 700m2

3 Corner Bishop and Gladigau Street Offers Invited Mount Gambier • Zoned residential • 3.84ha development site on the corner of Bishop Road and Gladigau Street • Adjoins the new Woolworths complex on the Eastern side • Prominent piece of land, Would suit housing, units or retirement village

46 Beach Road Nelson

• Rural Living allotments of 3000m2 • If required 3000m2 can be divided into 1500m2 at $105,000 each (SUBJECT





• Three bedroom, two bathroom and a ‘to live for’ view. • Built in robes + walk in robe & ensuite in main bedroom. • Open plan kitchen/living which opens to a fantastic entertaining deck. R/C A/C + wood fire. • Views from the living room, bedrooms & elevated deck. • 44,000 litres rain water + bore. Quality sheds



ARAMANTA DRIVE Aramanta Drive Mount Gambier

Lot 28

935 m2


Lot 95

654 m2


Lot 32

677 m2


Lot 108

642 m2


Lot 46

911 m2


Lot 109

700 m2




$90,000 $89,000

• 3 bedroom stone home with entrance hall and lounge with gas heating. Kitchen/dining room with

Lot 49

791 m2


Lot 111

760 m2

Lot 93

700 m2


Lot 113

780 m2

Lot 94

714 m2


• New residential allotments in this impressing subdivision with delightful views over surrounding areas.

3 3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier


open fire place. • Additional porch at rear. • Large garage measuring 8mx6m plus car port. • Land area of approx 753m2

Meaghan Domaschenz 0408 250 505 - 009

Hewetts Newsagency Mount Gambier

$50,000 + SAV

• Long established business with long term clientele • Adjoining the newly developed UFS Pharmacy • This business would suit a couple as working proprietors

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10 Heathfield Way, Mount Gambier

19 Betula Road, Mount Gambier





This spacious four bedroom, two bathroom home is located on a corner allotment in a quiet street of the ever popular Montebello area. A Tasmanian Oak kitchen featuring breakfast bar, electric cooking & walk-in pantry overlooks an open plan dining/family with low maintenance tiles & s/c heating & opens into an u/cover paved pergola, ideal for outdoor entertaining. A separate formal lounge provides a private retreat. The master bedroom offers WIR & ensuite, while all other bedrooms include BIRs. Conveniently located between bedrooms 3 & 4, the main bathroom includes shower & bath with separate powder room & toilet. A double garage UMR and handy rear yard access allows for plenty of off-street parking and an enclosed yard is perfect for children & pets. Make this your new family home.

Immaculately presented, three bedroom (plus study) solid brick family home, located on a low maintenance corner allotment. Features include brand new kitchen with electric cooking, twin drawer d/washer & large island bench, freshly painted throughout, three spacious living areas including large family room with exposed beams & built-in bar, s/c heating, master bedroom with en-suite & WIR, 2nd & 3rd bedrooms with BIR’s. Outside, a glass sliding door opens into a private rear yard & courtyard area with low maintenance gardens. Plenty of off street parking, with a single garage UMR & double carport. Excellent location, don’t miss this one!!

58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

OPEN SAT 11.30-12noon








$265 ,000

OPEN SAT 10.45-11.15am

OPEN SAT 10.00-10.30am

1 Highland Drive, Mount Gambier $329,000 W SE NE EA L RE

2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $235,000

123 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $185,000 WE NERIC P

OPEN SAT 12.15-12.45pm

• 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

• Located amongst quality homes on corner allotment • Formal lounge with bay window, open plan living with gas ducted heating, plus huge u/cover pergola • Immaculate 2pak kitchen with b/fast bar, elec cooking, plus abundant cupboard space • Remote dble garage, 2 2 plus 2nd d/way & rear yard access 3

• 3BR renovated Mt Gambier stone home on corner of Fairlie St & Carapook St • 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

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

16 Church Street, Yahl

14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier

69 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier

36 Sheathers Road, Caveton



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19 DeGaris Street, Mount Gambier $639,000

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

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

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


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• In conjunction with Herberts Real Estate 3

13 Chute Street, Mount Gambier $432,000



$7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER • Superbly renovated 3BR/2 Bath bungalow in highly sought after street • North facing formal lounge/study with gas log fire, built-in desk & bookcase • Stylish open plan family/dining room with timber mantle, gas log fire & dble 3 2 2 wglazed windows - 010


91 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier 2 Cockburn St, Mt Gambier 229 Commercial St West, Mt G 8 Gordon St, Mt Gambier 15 Sharley Ave, Mt Gambier 58 Wehl St Nth, Mt Gambier 2 Burdikin Ave, Mt Gambier 2 Hirth Street, Mount Gambier 83 Wireless Rd West, Mt Gambier 1-3/29 Willow Ave, Mount Gambier 10 Shaugnessy Crt, Mt Gambier 24 Anthony Street, Mt Gambier 35 Wehl Street, Mt Gambier

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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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7 Thompson Court, Moorak

117 Wynham Road, Moorak $699,000



OPEN SUN 12.15-12.45pm • 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


15 Millard Street, Donovan’s

You’ll love coming home to this solid brick 4BR colonial home, situated on the rise of an easily maintained 5257m2. With sweeping views of Centennary Tower to the North & Mount Schank to the South, this impressive family home offers 9ft ceilings with ornate ceiling roses & cornices, stunning master suite with WIR & ensuite, main bathroom with slate flooring & corner spa. The spacious living area welcomes you inside to a two pack kitchen with Caesar stone benches, dble oven, elec cooking & d/washer, overlooking casual dining/family room with s/c heating & sliding door to a huge pergola. An opulent formal dining/lounge features a striking open fireplace with redgum mantle & inbuilt surround sound system. Remote double garage UMR with w/shop & extra storage room, 7,000 gallon r/water & townwater complete the property. Located in the highly sought after area of Moorak, the home boasts an enviable country lifestyle just a short drive from the city.


11 Thompson Court, Moorak





OPEN SUN 1.00-1.30pm

1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong $729,000


• 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





• Riverside retreat - a fantastic opportunity in the popular river township of Donovan’s • 2 Storey home (in need of repair) plus DBL car garage • 750m2 corner block with power & equipped bore • Perfectly positioned close LAND to the river

Lot 71-74 Holloway St, Donovans 1297m2 – 1397m2 From $74,000 Lot 75 Holloway St, Donovans 2 1 2 $239,500 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 Lot 33 Elliott St, Pt MacDonnell 615m2 $85,000 5 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay 2 1 3 $195,000 24 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell 2 1 1 $149,000 4 Springs Rd,Pt MacDonnell 2 2 4 $254,000 10 Saunders Rd, Blackfellows Caves 4 2 2 $325,000 24 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves 3 2 6 $480,000 138 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell 4 2 2 $559,000 86 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell 6 3 3 $560,000 7 Sydney Street, Nelson 3 2 6 $550,000 Boat Shed & Landing, Nelson $28,000 Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent

6174 Casterton Road, Mount Gambier $560,000

494 Kennedy Avenue, Mount Gambier $695,000

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

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

• Magnificent lifestyle property, architecturally designed family home on 7.5 Acres • Surrounding views of indoor pool, 3 living areas, 5BR (all with BIRS), dedicated study, 3 bathrooms • Detached 2BR self contained unit provides separate living • Excellent shedding incl dble 3 8 garage UMR, 7Bay shed & more 5

• 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

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC

6332 Portland-Nelson Road, Nelson $459,000

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

• 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

87 Cram Road, Glencoe 37 ES R AC



• 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




BLOCKS OF LAND Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat 2.5 Acres $155,000 Lot 2 Mount Percy Rd, Compton 3 Acres $249,500 Lot 51 Buck Rd, Moorak 5 Acres $179,500 Lot 1-6 Kirip Rd, Glencoe 5 - 10 Acres From $65,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 Lot 73 & 74 Holloway St, Donovans $74,000 Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 7Acres $220,000 Lot 20 Post Office, Mt Schank 13.5 Acres $230,000 297 Chambers Rd, Mt Gambier 55 Acres $380,000 Lot 71 Cafpirco Rd, Mt Gambier 76 Acres $499,000 12 Casterton Rd, Mt Gambier 100 Acres $675,000 Lot 2 Old Kalangadoo-Penola Rd 340 Acres $760,000 378 Stephens Rd, Gorae West 550 Acres $3,400/Acre Mumbannar-Wanwin Rd, Mumbannar 135 Acres $158,000 Earls Road, Nelson 144 Acres $341,000 Portland-Nelson Rd, Nelson 251 Acres $690,000


• 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

286 Lange Road, Yahl $470,000



$375,000 T & S Krieger General Store Millicent Road, Kalangadoo P.O.A. Dubble Bubble - Laundromat 252 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

• 3BR brick family home nestled on 31 Acres at Yahl • 3 large storage sheds, plus 2 large machinery sheds • Large equipped irrigation bore with option to purchase 5haIE water licence • Fenced into 2 main paddocks, offering a number of possibilities




• Escape city life to an affordable, quieter lifestyle on 37 acres in Glencoe • Brand new kitchen with gas cooking, family room, 4BR + office, elevated pergola • 4 bay iron shed plus various other sheds • Fenced into 4 main paddocks 4 1 4 with 2 house yard paddocks - 011

P.O.A. Blue Lake Motel, Mount Gambier


77 Wireless Road West


4/53 Bertha Street


9 Coral Court


10 Brookwood Terrace




OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.00am A LITTLE RIPPER Well presented 3 bedroom stone home in excellent condition. Neat eat in kitchen, with gas cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. 2 bedrooms with ceiling fans. Good size rear yard with vehicle access. Funky feature walls. There’s plenty to love about this bargain. Close to TAFE.

NOT JUST ANOTHER UNIT Rennovated and immaculately presented 2 bedroom unit. Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge. 3 way main bathroom. Elevated decking with views of the city. Internal access from single garage UMR/ Rear courtyard. Neutral decor throughout. S/S heating/cooling & gas heating. Located in the lakes area.

12 Lumidin Boulevard


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.

15 Arlington Terrace


A PLACE TO CALL YOUR HOME Neat family home located in culdesac street. Three large bedrooms, main with WIR and b/ins in remaining two. Separate office. Formal lounge + open plan living incorporating kitchen/ dining & family. Timber kitchen with electric appliances & pantry cupboard. Convenience of 2 way bathroom. Decked pergola overlooking enclosed rear yard. Double garage UMR with internal access + 9m x 7m approx c/bond garage in rear yard.

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.

5-7 Salesyard Rd, Allendale East


THE BEST OF ALL WORLDS Executive living brick family home with rural vista and all close to the coast. Three double bedrooms + large office. Main bedroom with WIR to ensuite. Formal lounge, separate dining & family room. Spacious kitchen with walk in pantry, dishwasher and plenty of cupboards & bench tops. Main bathroom has separate bath & shower + separate shower. Single garage UMR with remote door + 9m x 6m approx garage. Rainwater tanks & bore.


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.

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.

214 Wynham Road, Moorak


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

4 Queens Avenue


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.

Moorak Hall Road


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.

3/22 Hart Street, Mount Gambier




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

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

RENTALS Storage Shed - 4A Anderson St. Avail 12/09/13 @ $50 p/wk 2/102 Wehl St - 2 bedrm unit. Lounge, kit & dining has gas heating. Kit w/ gas cooking. Large laundry. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $135 p/wk 11 Heriot St. - 2 bdrms w/BIR’s. Open plan kitch/dining/lounge. Kitch w/ dishwasher + elec hot plates & oven. Separate vanity area + 2 toilets. Ducted heating & cooling. Single remote garage UMR. Undercover pergola area & secure yard. Avail 15/08/13 @ $240 p/wk 5A Jubilee Hwy West - 2 bedrm unit in Finchley Grove. Electric s/s appliances in the kitchen. BIR’s w/gas cooking. Split system/c heating/cooling in dining room. Gas heating in lounge. Single garage w/internal access. Outdoor Entertaining. Avail Now @ $240 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 Now @ $250 p/wk.

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

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 7 Lark Pl - 3 bedrms. Main bedrm w/ WIR & ensuite. Other 2 bedrms w/ BIR’s. Lounge w/ gas heating. Family/ Kitch/ Dining w/ wood heating & heat shifters. Single garage UMR. Avail Now @ $260 p/wk 7 Shaughnessy Ct - 3 bedrm home. Main w/WIR & ensuite, remaining bedrms w/BIR’s. Gas ducted heating throughout. Kitch w/ dishwasher. Single garage. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $290 p/wk 9 Robinson St - 3 bedrms w/ BIR’s. Main bedrm w/ ensuite. Updated kitchen w/ dishwasher & elec cook top. Carpeted sunroom/ office. Lounge w/ R/C heating & cooling. Separate rumpus room/ playroom. Carport w/ remote roller door + coverage for 3 cars. Separate workshop/ garden shed. Avail 22/8/13 @ $295 p/wk 18 Patricia Crt - Modern 3 bedrm, 2 bathrm home. Close to

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


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 16 Shaughnessy Crt - 4 bedrms all w/ BIR’s. 2 bathrooms. Open plan family/ dining & kitchen. Large rumpus room. Timber kitch w/ Gas hot plates + dishwasher. Ducted gas heating & s/s a/c. Double garage, workshop + carport. Outside pets on app. Avail Now @ $320 p/wk 8 Oakland Crt - Large 4 bedrm home. 2 bedrms w/ ensuite & WIR’s, other rooms w/ BIR’s. Large formal lounge. Open plan kitch/dining/ family area. Outdoor entertaining area. Single garage w/ workshop + garden shed. Avail 2/8/13 @ $350 p/wk

I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225


RECEPTION Rhea Penafiel 08 8725 4225

10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier - 012

I RLA 204710 - 013

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

12 Ellwood Court

8 Arlington Terrace

33 Brolga Street

216A Commercial Street West

27 Brolga Street



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A modern master piece in desirable Saint Martin’s precinct – open family living and OPEN entertaining with SAT a wonderful outlook – you won’t be 9.45 - 10.15 disappointed!

32 Bluebell Drive


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$298,000 764m2 approx

This beautifully maintained spacious family home is all about effortless living and OPEN entertaining! SAT 10.30 - 11.00

2-4 Tawarri Crescent


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Welcome to family heaven, spacious, great floor plan. Beautiful kerb appeal OPEN – Birdsville location – what more could SUN you want? 11.00 - 11.30

6 Wallace Street


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Well cared for unit in a quiet group - modern appeal & convenience in a OPEN sought after location SUN - priced to sell! 10.15 - 10.45

6174 Glenelg Highway


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A spacious split level home fit for family living, 2 living areas and great OPEN shedding – popular SAT Birdsville location! 11.15- 11.45-

2 Victor Street



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Just 18 months old, stylish modern design packed with features. Quality OPEN location and extra SUN shedding. It will tick 11.45 - 12.15 all the boxes.


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



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

37 Hayes Crescent


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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! In conjunction with P&L Real Estate

92 Gray Street


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

4 Francis Street

Call the Gebhardts Appraisal Hotline 3

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

1/48 Wehl Street North


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10B Old Kent Court


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

4 Chute Street


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8 Wyatt Street


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

Lot 4 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl


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

22 Tumut Drive


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Enchanting, superbly located inner city Bungalow, stunning character features – exceptional family home.

89 Ruwoldt Road, Yahl


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

Unit 5/55 Bertha Street

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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!

123 Jubilee Highway West


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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.

2 Bodey Street



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Luxury villa - inner city. “BRENT TOR” Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb city views by day or night. Beautifully appointed and sympathetically restored.




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Country style fencing included, in excess of 2700m2 (approximately), near level allotment


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An enviable lifestyle awaits the lucky purchasers of this superb 2 acres (approx) property – magnificent! - 014


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A solid starter home with future division potential - S.T.C.C - large block with over 1160 m2 (approx) - a great opportunity.


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


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Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246


Ph 08 8724 8088

RLA 1903

30 Commercial Street West

97 Meylin Street

3/6 Germein Court, Pt MacDonnell

$100,000 + S.A.V. ToyWorld



This long established and successful business is located in the heart of the City Centre and has plenty of front and rear parking. Excellent size premises, currently trading 5 1/2 days per week. Plant & equipment included in sale. All further details from agent, be your own boss!

373 Cafpirco Road, Compton


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Immaculate coastal home offering sea glimpses. Large rooms, great under cover entertaining and extra car accomodation. Expect to be impressed!

93 Lake Terrace East



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Only steps from the sand. The perfect beachside apartment for those wanting a lock up and leave lifestyle. Stunning views!

2 Mark Street



Lovely character home offering beautiful rural views only minutes from the city. Great affordable country living. Set amongst established grounds awaiting new owners.

6 Pettingill Lane


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Well located character 1950’s stone home offering rooms of large proportions. High ceilings, polished floors and four car accomodation. Will surley appeal.

3 Shepherd Street

1/25 John Street

$175.00 pw - REDUCED

$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

• 2 bedroom home unit • Built in robes in both • Kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking • Bathroom with bath • Undercover patio area • Single carport umr • Great location • No Pets • Available 15/8

39 John Street


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Fantastic presentation & central location, solid stone home, short walking distance to shops, bakery & chemist. A well loved home that won’t dissapoint!

8 Power Street

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$230.00 pw

• 3 bedroom home • Kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Separate lounge with gas heating • Within walking distance of shops • Pets Negotiable • Available 19/9

• 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

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Exceptional executive living in a prestigious cul de sac. Minutes to city centre. Inspect and be impressed.

92 Orchard Road


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

65 Moorak Hall Road


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

6 Saunders Road, Blackfellows Caves

$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 Now


$350.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • Main with WI Robe & ensuite others have BI Robes • Open Kitchen/dine/family with gas cooking & dishwasher • Formal lounge • Single garage umr & det dble garage • Gas central heating • Large u/c entertaining area • Includes lawn mowing & spraying tenant’s to maintain gardens • Reserve across the road for the kids to play at • No Pets • Available 20/9




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

32 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay


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Capturing the very essence of relaxed rural living, this home is set on arguably Mount Gambier’s finest 10 acre parcel of land. Perfect paddocks, spectacular gardens and beautiful views.


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

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Majestic sea views from this property - enormous living with stunning outlook – high clearance garage ideal for boat & caravan

Unit 4 & 5/8 Helen Street


The Body Retreat

18 Blackwood Street


Adam & Eve

17 Crouch St South


4 Margaret Street


11a Calula Drive 65-67 Commercial St West



8 Orchard Rd, Moorak $325,000+GST




46 Commercial Street West • Could be combined as residential & business • Central location • Upstairs consists of 4 large rooms • Kitchen • Toilet & separate shower • Patio area • Approx 170 square metres


• 4/1 Daniel Street • 1/25 John Street • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West • 216a Commercial St West

$49,500 + SAV $6,000 (approx) Tarpeena Post Office $75,000 + SAV $3,500 (approx) Toyworld

$100,000 + SAV



341 Commercial Street West • 2 working bays • Work areas either side of workshop • Office • Store Room • Available Now


$175.00 pw • 39 John Street $180.00 pw • 135 Jubilee Highway West $220.00 pw • 49 Sturt Street • 33 Peake Street $230.00 pw • 82 Bertha Street • 87 Bay Road • 3b Gebhardt Close • 10 Mahoney Avenue • 92 Gray Street • 16 Houston Drive COMMERCIAL

• Harrold Street • Cnr James Street and Bay Road • Law Street • 96 Commercial Street East

$160.00 pw $200.00 pw $225.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw $255.00 pw $260.00 pw $300.00 pw $350.00 pw

• 165-167 Commercial Street East • 46 Commercial Street West • 9 Ramsay Avenue • 5 Allan Drive

Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027 - 015







• 2 bedroom unit with BI robes in main bedroom • Eat in kitchen • Lounge with free-standing electric hea ng • Separate laundry & bathroom • Carport UMR • Small enclosed yard • Central loca on - walk to shopping & services

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

PRICED AT $110,000

PRICED AT $259,500



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

23 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley STYLISH SEASIDE RESIDENCE




• 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 • Large bathroom with separate shower and spa bath PRICED AT $315,000

OPEN SAT 11.30-12.00pm

5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION




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

27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!








• 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

25 Hay Terrace, Kongorong TRANQUIL COUNTRY LIVING • • • • • • •




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



• 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 & bird aviary

• This property is situated in a high profile loca on offering views to the Tower • Wide passage with office space and high ceilings • Master & 2nd bedroom with full length BI robes • 3 bedroom or sleepout at the rear • Spacious lounge with gas hea ng • Original eat-in kitchen with WI pantry and appliance nook

PRICED AT $247,000

PRICED AT $219,950



• Renovated bathroom with separate bath & shower and a 2nd WC • Private rear pa o and yard with BBQ alcove • Detached rear garage • Grand views across the city





• Well established solid brick and le home • Suited to a variety of accomoda on needs • Four bedrooms with BI robes and master with ensuite & WI robe • Spacious & comfortable formal lounge/dining • Recently installed mber kitchen with breakfast bar & casual dining area PRICED AT $275,000

Rentals 6/1 CARAPOOK STREET $100 PER WEEK Bedsi er unit, kitchene e & bathroom. Sorry - NO pets. 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 & internal access. Sorry - NO pets.







• 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

• Solid brick and stone 3 bedroom home in the NW of the city • Facing the North with great views across the countryside • Extremely well presented with good space this home has lots to offer • New kitchen and stove with dining area & BI dishwasher • Formal lounge with split system R/C air condi oning plus gas log fire and BI’s

PRICED AT $169,500

PRICED AT $225,000



• Inground/ indoor solar heated swimming pool • 2nd shower< WC & vanity to serice the pool • Peaceful rear pa o BBQ area • Double enclosed carport with remote door • Enjoy some me out here with lots of op ons & a low maintenance lifestyle

96 NORTH TCE $285 PER WEEK Four bdrm main with ensuite & WIR. Formal lounge & separate dining. 9 foot ceilings, decora ve cornice, open plan kithcen/meals/family area. Timber kitchen with electric cooking. Slow combus on hea ng & gas centeral hea ng. Split system air condi oning. Garage with rear with access. Watering system. 6 MONASH CRESCENT $195 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home featuring open plan lounge with bay window. Sliding door access to rear yard from dining area, r/c aircondi oning, s/c hea ng, bathroom with bath & sep shower, wood shed & detached L/U garage. Sorry - 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 - 016

Mount Gambier

22 Hilltop Avenue, Mount Gambier


1 Lange Street

$248,000 - $258,000

OPEN SUNDAY 1.00 - 1.15pm

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One of Mount Gambier’s nicer new homes, it has everything on 1000m2 Amazing Fittings and fixtures, LIST AVAILABLE Large shed, high clearance, plus double garage Huge alfresco, 4 inside living areas Space, quality, views, immaculately presented Granite, marble, frameless glass, reverse cycle plus gas


Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 58 - 60 Bay Road, Mt Gambier



• Split rock home on private 931m2 elevated corner allotment • Modern kitchen with gas cooking & stainless steel appliances • Pantry & abundance of cupboard space • Master bedroom with walk-in robe • Stylish and spacious bathroom with seperate vanity area • Situated in quiet location close to schools, playground area & shops

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795




10 Attunga Street



Sue Francis 0419 844 764




36 Ferrers St, Mt Gambier $249,000 - $269,000

• An immaculate, modern, easy maintenance centrally located home featuring 3 spacious bedrooms, roller door garage and ducted heating. All bedrooms include built in up market wardrobes and carpet. • Modern kitchen and bathroom includes stainless steel fittings and fixtures • For rent $265pw


Jason Malseed 0419 032 795



Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

11 Bellshire Place, Mt Gambier $282,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

• Step inside the entertainers delight, where the outside does not reflect what’s inside • Glossy tiled open plan living, red gum wall unit with feature artwork, • Fantastic kitchen with S/S restaurant style gas cooker • Under bench lighting, sinkerator, window benched office, ducted heating, 8 person jacuzzi, S/S Fridge/Freezer, wall mounted tv, surround sound included, great shed with bar

Sue Francis 0419 844 764




Lots 21, 25 & 26 Clarke Rd, Penola

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

RLA 115603


PH 8724 9999

13 Robinson Street 4 Brm Avail 12 Aug $350p/wk


Unit 1/31 Ash Crt, Mt Gambier $256,000 - $266,000

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Townhouse own title 2 yrs. old 3 Bedroom home in a new built up north west area Under main roof patio Great enclosed yard, very modern Separate toilet & double vanity WIR & great open plan living Gas heating off mains Pop up sprinklers front & rear

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795




NO EXTRA COSTS Property Management


Lot 6 Pieracle Rd, Strathdownie VIC $120,000

3/57 Milstead Street, Pt Mac Avail Now$130p/wk 21 Arthur Street,Tarpeena Avail Now $170p/wk 2/32 Birdwood Street Avail 12 Aug $170p/wk 5 Barwon Crescent Avail 1 Sept $180p/wk U3/4 Hartley Street Avail Now $205p/wk 129 Sea Parade Avail Now $230p/wk 18 Birdwood Avenue Avail Now $250p/wk 76 Penola Road Avail Now $250p/wk 1/31 Ash Court Avail Now $260p/wk 7 Murndal Court Avail Now $265p/wk 23/184 Jubilee Hwy West Avail 13 Aug $265p/wk 6 Heathfield Way Avail end August $265p/wk Lot 21 Riddock Hwy Avail Now $330p/wk

1/59 North Tce, Mt Gambier $169,000 - $179,000

34 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell $149,000

• Large central 2 bedroom unit with single car garage • Freshly painted throughout, new carpets & tiles • Heated by a wood pellet heater • Spacious kitchen & dining large linen press • Master Bedroom includes B/I/R & Private rear yard

• 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 if you’re looking to buy in the lower price bracket

Lot 21 - $59,000 Lots 25 & 26 - $65,000 • Lovely flat blocks walking distance to town centre • Connected to STEDS and water with power passing • All 3 allotments 1007m2 • Taking advantage of the SA Construction Grant and 1st Home Buyers Grant • Surrounded by new homes

Sue Francis 0419 844 764 6516 Portland Road, Nelson



• Walk to shop, river and pub from this great level allotment of 859m2. • All services passing and bitumen road. • Build your retirement home or maybe that sweet little shack with the big shed for the boat and fishing gear. Endless possibilities - ‘Gone Fishing!’

Sue Francis 0419 844 764


Lot 4 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas $85,000

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• 3 Bedroom brick & tile residence with aluminium windows + solar panels • Gorgeous double door entry • Lounge with slow combustion heating & timber wall unit • Updated Bathroom & Main with built ins • Single garage with rear door to second shed • Beautiful views from deck • Currently leased @ $260p/w 3 1 2 Sue Francis 0419 844 764 RENTALS

d e t n wa • Great location lakes area short walk from the centre of town • Perfect for large family or those who love entertaining • Prestigious large fully renovated home , move in and enjoy • Additional cottage for those unexpected guests



• Location, Location! • Set on a 1148m2 allotment walking distance to town, and backs onto a school. • New tassie oak kitchen with caeser stone benches and big s/s omega gas cooker. • Tiled entry, dining and kitchen, built in robes + lots of cupboards. • Two drives, one to single garage UMR and the other to rear of block to a double c/bond shed with power.


10 Franklin Tce, Mt Gambier

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• Secluded 12.38 ha - approx. 30 acres. • Absolute riverfront • Lovely views • Ideal family retreat /camping spot • Fish, relax & canoe with birdlife & wild life aplenty


Sue Francis 0419 844 764

2 South East Terrace, Kalangadoo $112,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795




23 Morphett Terrace Tarpeena $59,000

Sue Francis 0419 844 764 Lot 51, Eight Mile Creek





Costal getaway in a small community Great block size 751m2 Commanding views over the front & rear of the block Power & water available, connected to STEDS Power and phone passing

Sue Francis 0419 844 764


10 Ann Street, Kalangadoo $45,000 • Counrty living @ a country price • Retire close to pub, footy club, shop in a close community • Lovely flat 3,687m2 allotment with some trees • Right in the centre of Kalangadoo • Power, water + phone running past

Sue Francis 0419 844 764


11,070m2 Land • Set on a picturesque flat allotment of 4079m2 • 5 Units - ideal holiday accomodation. Backpackers and/or permanent living/ residential. • 1x3 Bedroom/ 1x2 Bedroom/ 3x1 Bedroom • Large Verandah with lovrly outlook, huge undercover carport, new gutters, rain water tank and coommunal laundry

Sue Francis 0419 844 764



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• This cute hardi-plank & tile home Needs some TLC and will polish up pretty good. • Set on a 1553m2 allotment with rear yard access to a single garage, • New garden shed, fruit trees & 2 small rain water tanks, updated kitchen. • 3 bedrooms, lounge with a S/C wood heater and split system.

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• Lovely flat allotment with great shelter belt, beach access and ocean views • 20mx12m c/bond shed with 2 high clearance roller doors , skylights, floor & power • Fully s/c- kitchen, bathroom and toilet • 2 Rainwater tanks, septic and bore and toilet with septic system • Live in while you build

Sue Francis 0419 844 764



33-35 Westlands Court, Mount Gambier

AUCTION, August 17 at 11am

17 Bertha Street, Mt Gambier

68 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier


AUCTION this Saturday August 17, 2013 at 12pm on the property - doors open 11.30am

10.00 - 10.15am

• Enormous home sprawling over 80sq • 3 living areas, 3 bathrooms • 4 bedrooms plus 2 home offices, plus study • 5 car garage, games room and bar with built in fridge • Indoor solar heated pool • Stop-don’t buy anything until you check this one out WEB Id. 5526890 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

OPEN FRI AUGUST 16 5.00 - 5.30pm


2/149 Jubilee Highway West



AUCTION, AUGUST 17, 2013 at 11am on site

AUCTION CANCELLED WEB Id. 5466353 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


6 Radley Court




OPEN SAT AUGUST 17 10.20-10.40am

AUCTION this Saturday August 17, 2013 at 11am on the property • • • • •

Two bedroom unit in group of 3 Carpeted gas heated lounge Kitchen with ample storage and dining area Reverse-cycle air conditioner for comfort control Main bedroom with built in robe

WEB Id. 5530485

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Single garage with auto roller door Close to transport and childcare & Collins Court Contact Zoe today to arrange an inspection Value not to be missed


Zoe Tomkinson 0417 863 063

145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong


16 Kywong Court, Mt Gambier

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




• 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

5 Pinecrest Court, Mount Gambier


• 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

6 Shiloh Close, Mt Gambier



• Reduced to $299,000 • Exquisite Executive home • Large proportions of all rooms • Solid stone with rendered finish . • 3 bedrooms, casual living plus large formal lounge WEB Id. 449871 3 2 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• Huge 4 bedroom family home • Large rumpus room with fireplace & ducted heating • Ensuite and walk in robe feature in master bedroom • Huge timber decked outdoor area with views • Under instruction from Public Trustee WEB Id. 3896429 4 2 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

9 Coorara Avenue, Mount Gambier $179,000

12 Twila Grove, Mt Gambier

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

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32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo




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





12 Paltridge Street, Mount Gambier $249,500


• 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


7 Tolmie Street, Mt Gambier



REDUCED $8,000

• Built by Mt Gambier City Lions Club for fundraiser • Large 4-5 bedroom family home on 756sqm allotment • Formal lounge & family room & separate dining • Stylish soft floor coverings & curtains WEB Id. 5591764


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Kitchen with breakfast bar & dishwasher Large patio area ready for a pergola Huge carport running down side of home Great location in Conroe Heights Call Graeme Cleves for an inspection on 0419 806 410


Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

31 Eldridge Drive, Mount Gambier $129,000

20 Turnbull Drive, Mt Gambier


• Approx 2.9 acre property on 2 titles • 3 bedroom home • Lounge with gas heating • Horse stables with power • Brand new gas hot water system WEB Id. 5159311 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410


29464 Princes Hwy, Glenburnie






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OPEN SAT AUGUST 17 2.00 - 2.20pm

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Elevated block with superb views 7 minutes to Mount Gambier Town Centre 1 acre (4255m2) Superb private golf course frontage (Membership access available) WEB Id. 4252776 LAND Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• 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


• 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

• Premises approximately 160m2 plus mezzanine floor. • High clearance double access roller doors of 4.1m clearance. • Stone workshop with rear access on allotment of approximately 567m2 plus Right of Way. • 3 phase power, pit & ablutions & office area. WEB Id. 5338142 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882






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30 Eglington Terrace, Mt Gambier


11 Howland Street, Mt Gambier


691 Nelson Road, OB Flat


WANTED • Turn out block Kalangadoo/Mt Burr with ETSA • Industrial workshop with high clearance • 4 br home, large shed, 3 phase power, 5 mins to town • Cropping land Tantanoola/Millicent/ Penola • 10 - 15 Acres - 10 Minutes to town

Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 538 Worrolong Road, Worrolong


17 Railway Tce, Kalangadoo 3br 1 bath 2 car

10 Acres

• Small transportable home • Open plan lounge & dining • Slow combustion wood heater & air con • Small gallery kitchen with electric cooking • Large GI Shed and smaller sheds WEB Id. 5613967 3 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• 4 Bedrooms3 with robes • Formal lounge with reverse-cycle air and slow combustion heating • Upstairs kitchenette and large family room • 3 Toilets WEB Id. 5237084 5 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

RENTALS 3 Newton Crescent 3br 1 bath 0 car



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


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7 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Pt MacDonnell $220pw 3br 1 bath 1 car avail now 33 Lake Terrace East 3br 2 bath 2 car

$300pw avail now

16 Mawson Avenue 3br 1 bath 1 car

$270pw avail now

• 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

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Bog Lane, Nora Creina


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75 Church Street, Penola


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Lovley Solid Brick & Tile in quiet cul-de-sac 3 Double bedrooms (2 BIR’s) Living/Family Room with gas heating & r/c a/c Light airy kitchen with electric stove & adjoing dining, office/study • Large sunroom, pergola, UMR Garage & workshop WEB ID. 5621419 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

• Perfect for someone looking for a lifestyle change to retire to or to continue the operations of the tropical fish farming business • Approx. 32Ha/80 Acres nestles 200-300m from the ocean • Surrounded by natural bushland & wildlife • Beautiful bright & airy 4 bedroom brick home • Open plan living, large r/c split system, modern light kitchen Web Id 5616624 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

75 Clarke Street, Penola


$95,000 1 1


Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms with carpet flooring (2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Sep. bathroom with shower & bath

WEB ID. 5131399 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836


• Large laundry, separate toilet • Single carport, enclosed rear yard

• Dining & family room, large windows with great views looking out to the natural bushland • 80m x 10m Aquaculture Shed with power & heating • Artesian Water licence of 99,800KI • Dam with tropical fish and yabbies • 6 x 18m open shed, toilet, shower & angel breeding room • Double Garage

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Solid stone family home on corner allotment Lovely timber kitchen with dishwasher Separate Living room with gas log fire & r/c split system Large formal lounge room & formal separate dining room • 3 large bedrooms all with BIR’s • Study/office, fully enclosed rear veranda WEB ID. 5419326 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836






trivia quiz

LOCAL Safety

and fun combined

3. Who captained the Adelaide Thunderbirds to both of their Grand Final wins?

4. In what year did the ANZ Championship begin? 5. Who got MVP for the 2013 grand final? 6.Which team finished runner up in 2012? 7. Which player is the only player in the history of the league to win three grand finals? 8. Who is the captain of the Queensland Firebirds? 9. Which Queensland Firebirds player used to live in Millicent? 10. Who won the first ANZ Championship? 11. What is the name of the Jamaican player in the Queensland Firebirds? 12. How many teams in the league are from New Zealand?

on this day AUGUST 12 1881 - Movie director Cecil B. de Mille, famous for the epic Gone With The Wind, was born. 1991 - Australian model and former Miss Universe Australia Jesinta Campbell was born.

1. Which team won the ANZ Championship Cup in 2012? 2. What place did the 2013 grand final runners up, the Queensland Firebirds, finish on the ladder after the minor round?

The Allendale East Soldiers Memorial Park was successful in receiving $3000 in financial support from the Premier’s Community Initiatives Fund to construct a safety fence around the Allendale East playground. “Small projects can have a real positive benefit for our communities, and Allendale East is ready for summer,” said Allendale East Soldiers Memorial Park Inc secretary Brian Kerr. The new safety fence was built to enable expansion of the playground with room for new equipment to be installed. The child safe and friendly playground has been constructed as a

result of local community fund raising and State Government support. With quality equipment and free public access, the Allendale East playground is proving a very popular spot, especially during summer with toilet and BBQ facilities. Many families and friends take the opportunity to gather for an informal get together knowing that the children can safely participate in active recreation and social interaction in a supervised environment. The safety fence ensures that our important little people get to play separated from vehicles, whilst maintaining physical and physiological exercise. The fence will

also keep dogs out of the playground soft fall, reducing the incidence of animal droppings in the playground and reducing contaminate exposure to young children. The extension of the playground fence increased the budget, with the total costs around $6500. The park is located on Bay Road, Allendale East and is a multifunctional open space public facility offering the community with a cricket oval, tennis courts, playground, club rooms, public toilet facilities, BBQ and car parking.The public is invited to drop into the Park facility and have a play.



> Ideal for a single person lifestyle! > Low level care living > Rent includes - All Meals (Continental breakfast, full lunch & dinner) - Housekeeping - 24 hour/7 Day Support Team > Full use of resort style facilities > Companionship & Security > Activities & Functions > Vibrant Community Centre > Car parking space provided if required > On Site Services Available - Local Doctors & Podiatrist Visits - Hairdresser - Kiosk - Bus Into CBD


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tempt the tastebuds Caramel apple pudding 5 large golden delicious or Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored, sliced 1cm thick 1 2/3 cups (250g) plain flour 2 tsp baking powder 250g caster sugar 200ml milk 150g unsalted butter, melted 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup (200g) light muscovado sugar or light brown sugar 1/2 cup (125ml) golden syrup Icing sugar and thick cream, to serve Method



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then beat until pale. Spread mixture over the apples. Place muscovado or brown sugar, golden syrup and 300ml water in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves, then bring to the boil without stirring. Pour over the pudding batter, then bake for 30-35 minutes or until the top is golden. Dust with icing sugar and serve with cream.

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come’n’try Square Dancing is Fun - Come and Try - Allabout Squares Dance Club We are inviting new dancers to come and try Square Dancing in August. We meet at Glenburnie Hall, Casterton Road on Saturday evenings starting at 7.30pm. More than two hours of entertainment from a live caller is provided followed by a delicious supper. Nominal cost. No experience necessary. Please call Andrea on 0417 509 144.


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Pisces You haven’t gone out of your way to embrace new technology and social media but now is the time to jump on board as it looks like it could make you some more money and drum up extra business. You’ll be surprised how quickly you catch on. Aries Romance is on the agenda this week as your live on the edge style attracts plenty of interest. If you’re single you will be inundated with offers and if you’re in a relationship it’s a good time to embark on as creative project together. Taurus It’s all about getting all those jobs done around the house this week and you’ll be pleasantly surprsied about just how many you are capable of getting done yourself, therefore cutting down on costs. Be aware of the trickier tasks though and hire a professional - you’re good but you’re not that good. Gemini It will be all about team work this week on the professional front as a group of you at work pool your strengths and ideas to turn some good plans into great ones. Make sure you listen to the more artistic members of the group as their input will definitely be key in elevating the team’s ideas. Cancer A big week for you professionally as you decide to take on a huge challenge at work when you offer to head up a project that is unusual and doesn’t have others rushing in to lead. Assemble a good team around you and it could be a big chance for a promotion. Leo It’s all about spontaneous this week as a last minute getaway presents a chance for romance. If you’re already in a relationship then take this chance for a romantic getaway to rejuvenate your relationship and just enjoy some time away.

Virgo A financial windfall could come your way this week and you should use the unexpected cash to treat yourself to something decadent. And if you’re not going to spend it on something like that at least use it to put towards a new business venture. Libra Focus on your creative side this week and maybe even pursue some extra study or professional develeopment that helps you develop those creative skills. Also take some time out to do things you love like a show, or visiting the museum or a stroll around an art gallery. Scorpio Tread carefully this week as someone who perhaps you would be better off not forming too close a bond with, tries to form an alliance with you at work. Might not be in your best interests to be too closely associated with someone not as highly respected. Sagittarius You’ll get some big news this week, good news. and it will make you excited about the future and all its possibilities. You’ve been feeling a little stuck in a rut and in too much of a boring routine so this will really shake things up and energise you. Capricorn It’s all about the house this week, whether it’s renovating, landscaping or redecorating and whatever DIY project it is, you will feel invigoriated by being so hands on and changing the look and feel of your home. Aquarius You have a real passion for humanitarian causes and this week presents you with a real opportunity to sink your teeth into a community project right in your own neighbourhood. You are all about making life easier for others and this week will see you roll up your sleeves with some unexpected rewards.

LOCAL Female

mayors celebrate

save the date AUGUST 25 HAMILTON SWAP MEET Hamilton Showgrounds from 7am All enquiries phone 0428 289 502.

Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Karen Stephens was one of 30 female mayors to attend the recent Victorian Local Governance Association ‘Women Mayors’ event held in Melbourne. The event, held last motnh, provided an opportunity to celebrate and reflect on the fact that this year there is a record number of women mayors in office in Victorian councils. Cr Stephens said that the event gave participants the chance to share advice and compare experiences about the challenges and rewards of being female mayors. “It was a fantastic experience to be a part of a group of women who spoke with pride about their mayoral goals,”

Cr Stephens said. “We looked at the difference that women mayors can make in our communities, and qualities that create effective leadership,” she said. “The group also addressed the question “What will we say to the next generation of women councillors and mayors?” which inspired some interesting discussion around the legacy we can pass on to our future female leaders. “We also had the opportunity to meet with Minister for Women’s Affairs, the Arts and Consumer Affairs, Heidi Victoria, and hear her thoughts on the record number of women in leadership roles in local government.

“Many of the mayors expressed enthusiasm for a similar event to be held again next year, and the host organisations will discuss this possibility in the coming months,” Cr Stephens said. The Women Mayors event was hosted by the VLGA, in partnership with the City of Yarra and ALGWA Victoria. Above - The Victorian female mayors, with Glenelg Shire mayor Cr Karen Stephens second from right. Photo courtesy of the Victorian Local Government Association.


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farm embraces technology and reaps rewards

A new dairy near Panmure has given a shot of confidence to the industry and given local MP Dan Tehan a chance to revive his milking

skills. Panmure farmer Simon Rea has installed a new 50 unit Milfos iDURO Rotary Platform and Milfos iCONVEYER Milking Machine which

has cut 75 minutes from each milking, adding to the farm’s efficiencies. It is also leading to better milk production outcomes as the cows settle nicely into the new system. It is the first complete dairy including yards and drafting race in south-west Victoria to be built entirely on site by the Terang Coop dairy services team. Mr Rea recently joined the Co-op’s dairy services team manager Peter Clark and Milfos’ Australian market sales manager Keith Lange in giving Federal Member for Wannon Dan Tehan a firsthand look at the new dairy – and his first opportunity to milk a cow since his childhood. The new dairy replaces a 31-year-old rotary system that was on its last legs. “We want to farm for years to come and needed to replace the old dairy,” Mr Rea said. “We took a long-term outlook and decided on a dairy that was efficient, was very price competitive and had all the features we need.

You’ve got to be efficient in everything these days. “The biggest difference is that in the old dairy you were physically knocked up after each milking and needed to sit down with a cup of tea for half an hour. “Now the milking is finished early and you feel like going out and doing other jobs. “It has made everyone’s job easier. “Getting milk out of cows is hard work…you’ve got to be smart about it.” “The cows are very content. “It’s high on cow comfort and worker comfort. “The rain has been favourable so far this winter and with the higher opening prices and hopefully a good spring we’re looking to a brighter season.” The farm will peak at about 420 cows this year, up from 380 last year, and operates off a 620 acre milking area. The Terang Co-op dairy services team also did the earthworks, built the round yard and the shed,

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and organised all subcontractors for the project. Mr Tehan was impressed with the new dairy as he donned an apron and tried his hand at milking. “It is pleasing to see farmers investing in new dairies like this and showing confidence in the industry,” Mr Tehan said. “It has been a tough period but the long-term future is bright. “With the mild winter and price step-ups, hopefully we are through the worst of it. “We cannot under estimate the importance of dairying to our region.” Farmers

interested in learning more can contact the Terang Co-op dairy services team on (03)5592 1555. The Co-op is the sole distributor of Milfos dairies in western Victoria. Left - Simon Rea hard at work in his new more efficient dairy. Above - Simon Rea shows local MP Dan Tehan the latest advances in dairy farming on his Panmure property.

cancer fundraiser

NARACOORTE SOUTH PRIMARY SCHOOL is celebrating 50 years of Education on September 20-22. All past and present staff, parents and students are invited to attend. FOR REGISTRATION PLEASE CONTACT Naracoorte South Primary School Phone: (08) 8762 2977 Email:

AUGUST 23 Naracoorte Cancer Council Daffodil Day 9AM - Trading Table (in front of the town hall) Cakes, Produce, Merchandise and Daffodils for sale.

Tour of the Great South Coast Starts in Mount Gambier and ends in Camperdown The Tour of the Great South Coast has become a two-state event, with riders to start in Mount Gambier following the addition of two exceptional courses. A criterium in Mount Gambier’s CBD and a road race which features the iconic Blue Lake will open the five-day event, which was widelyacclaimed in its inaugural year in 2012. The tour, part of the Subaru National Road Series, will showcase four municipalities - the City of Mount Gambier, Glenelg Shire, Moyne Shire and Corangamite Shire. Log onto for more details.

at the gallery August 2-25

SPECIALISING IN DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL POWDER COATING Craig & Susan Cranage with over 20 years experience in the industry. “for all your powder coating needs”

7 Scott Court, Mount Gambier

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Upper Glass LOCAL IMAGES, PENOLA As a part of the annual SALA Festival, Local Images Art Gallery presents an exhibition of jewellery by Julie Frahm featuring recycled glass made into beads, and other up-cycled components. Julie has been collecting and given, a variety of glass over the past few years ranging from beer and wine bottles, to green Depression glass and a variety of other glass objects which will be turned into beautiful glass beads to be incorporated into jewellery pieces. The exhibition opening is to be held at 5pm on Friday, August 2.

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at the theatre August 22 - Everything Must Go - LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNAMBOOL Directed by three-time Barry Award nominee Damian Callinan and performed by Rachel Leary Everything Must Go is a comedic and poignant portrayal of a misfit finding her way. Eccentric and reclusive Nancy has lived in the same house, the same valley all her life, but now the valley is changing — farms are being sold and city people are moving in.

LOCAL Council

signs up to start tweeting

Glenelg Shire Council now has an official Twitter account. Community members can follow @glenelgsc for updates on council services, activities and events. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that council’s decision to sign up to Twitter stemmed from the general public increase in the use of social media. “As a council, we are always looking for ways to inform and interact

with the community and Twitter allows us to do that,” Cr Stephens said. “The Twitter account won’t replace council’s current communications channels, but it will complement our existing communications by letting us share information quickly and directly with the community. “The immediacy of Twitter will help us to inform people of council decisions, activities and upcoming events, and distribute urgent


advice as it comes to hand. “Combined with our newly redeveloped website, there are plenty of opportunities for people to find out about council services and activities online.” Council encourages all users to abide by the acceptable use guidelines which can be found on council’s website through the following link: http: // Privacy_Notice

The Upwelling Festival, together with local community arts group South West Alternative Medium Project (SWAMP), has secured funding from the Regional Arts Fund for a community art project which requires more than 1000 adult size t-shirts. SWAMP project director Deb Saunders is putting a call out to the community for donations of pre-loved adult T-shirts and volunteers to help with the creation of the project, Nine Knitted Narrabans (9KN). “9KN is an interactive installation of nine structures shaped similar to traditional aboriginal eel traps or Narrabans woven with finger knitted fabric and suspended

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honouring an art icon From July 20

Cathleen Edkins: The Artist Horsewoman (A Retrospective) RIDDOCH ART GALLERY, MOUNT GAMBIER Come and see the work of the artist who one of the sections in the Riddoch Art Gallery is named after. Cathleen Edkins (1922-2008) is described as one of Australia’s most outstanding artists and is known as ‘Artist Horsewoman’ as she primarily painted horses. - 027

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from mountings on the foreshore light poles for the day of the Festival,” Ms Saunders said. “We will be working under the guidance of local Indigenous artist Kellie Frankland. The T-shirts will be stripped down, finger knitted and woven into the narraban structures and we need donated t-shirts and people to help at all stages.” T-shirts can be delivered to SWAMP at 45 Oswald Street and volunteers can contact Ms Saunders on (03)5523 3218. Upwelling Festival chairperson Patsy Moore said the festival on Saturday, November 2, is shaping up to be colourful and exciting with plenty of things to see and do. “We are thrilled

to be partnering with local artists at SWAMP to deliver a truly unique and interactive art project on the foreshore,” Ms Moore said. “The narraban structures will be up to four metres high and will look so colourful as they swing and sway as people move through them, touch them and try and look for their old t-shirt.” As a part of the seasonal upwelling cycle, short-finned eels migrate in the ocean from New Caledonia to breed upstream in local rivers. Local Indigenous people, the Gunditjmara, traditionally exploited this food source by ‘trapping’ eels in woven coneshaped ‘baskets’, called a ‘Narraban’. The project was made possible by the

Australian Governments regional arts program, the Regional Arts Fund, which gives all Australians, wherever they live, better access to opportunities to practice and experience the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is administered in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria. In its fifth year, the Festival is based on the theme of the Bonney Upwelling and is managed by the Rotary Club of Portland Bay. The Bonney Upwelling is the epic natural ocean occurrence that powers a seven month (November to May) feeding frenzy of tuna, crayfish, giant crabs, squid, fish, seabirds, seals krill and blue whales. Supporting an incredibly rich ecological food web, the Upwelling is at its greatest off the coast of Portland and is the cornerstone of our lucrative local fishing and tourism industry. The free day time event on the foreshore celebrates what is unique about Portland and the community and show cases an important local environmental phenomenon. For more information go to the website www.upwellingfe and like us on Facebook.

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August 10 1519 - Ferdinand Magellan’s five ships set sail from Seville to circumnavigate the globe. 1961 - First use in Vietnam War of the Agent Orange by the US Army.

There isn’t much Natalie Rhook hasn’t done in netball and when she hit the court in her 200th senior Western Border match on August 3, it was classic Rhook. Known as a hard working and consistent performer, who started her career as a goaler and has become a highly rated mid courter in recent seasons, Rhook (pictured in action below and right) took the court on Saturday in Casterton’s critical clash with South Gambier as goal defence, courtesy of an injured Ellen Brewster. She had to take on one of the in form players in the association in Chantelle Weir and Casterton, though undermanned,

tempt the tastebuds Tha red fish curry 4 eggs 60ml (1/4 cup) vegetable oil 2 red onions, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 stalk lemongrass, white part only, finely chopped 75g (1/4 cup) Thai red curry paste (see note) 2 tbs brown sugar 2x 400ml cans coconut cream 2 bunches broccolini, trimmed, cut into 3cm pieces 800g barramundi fillet, skinned, pin-boned, cut into 3cm pieces 2 limes, juiced 2 tbs chopped coriander Steamed white rice (optional), to serve Method Cook eggs in a saucepan of boiling salted water for 7 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold running water until cool enough to handle, then peel and set aside. Meanwhile, heat vegetable oil in a large, heavy-based saucepan over medium–high heat. Add onions, garlic, lemongrass

stars in milestone match knew if they could just snatch a win they could well break through for a finals appearance in 2013. And, as always, Rhook stood tall, was her side’s best, despite being desperately out of position, and she created a swag of turnovers to allow the Cats to win and push their way into the top four. It was as a 15 year old for Sandford that Rhook first burst onto the A grade scene in the South West District League and she combined with fellow 200 gamer Trictia Cleary in goals – a combination that won a premiership. Rhook, or Fidler as she was then, was then selected for a number of representative teams, ranging from

and curry paste, then cook, stirring frequently, for 5 minutes or until onion and lemongrass are soft.Stir in brown sugar, coconut cream and 160ml (2/3 cup) water. Bring to a simmer, then add broccolini and barramundi, and cook, stirring occasionally, for 6 minutes or until barramundi is just cooked. Stir in lime juice and coriander, then season with salt and pepper. Halve boiled eggs and place on curry. Serve with steamed white rice, if using.

save the date OCTOBER 19 - SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S 8-BALL LEAGUE 40 YEAR REUNION 6.30PM-1AM - RSL BOWLING CLUB - JUBILEE HIGHWAY, MOUNT GAMBIER Number limited so book early by RSVPing to Jo Pannenburg on (08)8738 4390 before October 1. Entertainment by Suzanne and Bronte. $15 a head for a two course meal.

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interleague for South West District, to the 19 and under Country Cup South West and the Glenelg Region squads. In 1995 Rhook moved to the Hamilton Football Netball Club and started making her mark in the highly rated Western Border competition. There, the 16 year old stepped straight into the A grade team alongside names like Tracy Barnes, Sarah Byrne and Mardi Gill, and she was also part of the Western Border under 17 team that went on to be crowned Victorian State champions. In her 37 games for the Magpies,

Rhook also picked up a runner-up club best and fairest before she moved to Adelaide in 1997 for tertiary study. During her time in Adelaide, Rhook played with Adelaide Cougars in their State League Reserves team – a club that was also fortunate to have the services of Donna Denton and Hayley Dunn over a similar period. And when she returned in 2002, it was Casterton that was able to secure her services, where she has played A and A Reserve ever since, depending on which grade the club nominated its highest team. Now a midcourter, it makes her significant contribution on Saturday as a ciricle defender, even more impressive. Last season, she was part of the Western Border A grade team that was runner-up in the South Australian Country Championships, getting to play alongside her younger sister Marni Perry. She has numerous club runner-up best and fairest accolades to her name, is a C grade umpire, is club vice president and umpires coordinator and has coached both junior and senior teams over the past decade. Her current A grade coach Trictia Cleary, who recently clocked up 200 games as well, could not speak highly enough of Rhook. “From her early days Nat has been a shining example of polished skill, versatility, unselfish team play and consistency,” Cleary said. “Whether on the court or at training Nat sets herself a high standard and is not only a gifted netballer but a respected and valued role model and team mate.”


Shining a spotlight on the women making this region tick There was a definite hospitality theme to the 2013 Limestone Coast Women in Business & Regional Development Influential Women In Business Awards, with four of the five gongs going to a talented baker, a savvy cafe owner, a visionary accommodation and function centre operator and an inspirational, young vintage tearoom operator. The remaining award went the way of Nhill’s Margaret Millington, a refugee advocate, who has turned her own personal heartache into a bright new future for others. Margaret was named the winner of the Community Heroine category for her selfless work in helping resettle refugees in the area and her community campaigning and advisory role with government in terms of the dangers of prescription medication. With around 40 nominations across the five categories, the resurrected awards, which went into recess last year, attracted business women and community advocates from right across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria, with the field in each category eventually narrowed to three finalists by the panel of judges. Margaret Millington’s fellow finalists in the Community Heroine category were Kerry

Gilkes and Erika Vickery. The three finalists in the Young Business Woman of the Year were Tara Batt, from Shartarhen Equestrian Centre, in Penola; Melanie Gear, of Geared Up Hair & Beauty, in Lucindale, and eventual winner Mount Gambier’s Kate Rowley, from CupKates (see Kate’s story page 31).The Best Business (with more than five employees) saw Alison Richards and her team at Naracoorte Pharmacy; Rebel Skirving and the Mount Gambier Vets operation and Fiona Wall Fine Foods, in Coleraine named as the three finalists, with Fiona Wall, who is a renowned baker, who sells her cookies and other treats right across Australia and internationally. In the Best Business (with less than five employees), Mount Gambier’s Di Ind, of Di-Monty Training; Apsley’s Cindy Cross, from Amber Ridge Farm Cafe, and Melissa Ellis, from Mount Gambier’s Old Gaol were the finalists, with Melissa Ellis named the winner. Melissa, who works side by side with her partner Jamie Stephenson, as they also raise their young family, has transformed the dilapidated landmark into a vibrant accommodation and function centre, catering for families, backpackers and

boutique accommodation. The Old Gaol has also become a live music mecca for national and international artists. The Business Woman of the Year finalists were Alison Richards, from Naracoorte Pharmacy; Kerry McPherson, from Penola IGA and eventual winner Mount Gambier’s

Toni Vorenas, of Metro Bakery & Cafe. Toni was a respected high school teacher and administrator when her mechanic husband Theo suggested opening a coffee shop. That little shop, which was set to serve sandwiches and coffee, opened at the end of 2009, with

Toni merely taking time out of her teaching career to get the business established. “I was a very reluctant businesswoman,” Toni said. “As a career change it was completely unplanned.” But it is now officially a career change, with Toni resigning from the Education Department to


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While she has no experience in the food industry, what she did have was a cultural history thanks to her Italian heritage, and her husband’s Greek heritage that meant she was all too familiar with food and the role it can play. “In both the Greek and Italian culture, food is a celebration, it’s the centre of everything,” Toni said. “Our food experience is loud, you share your food, the experience is full of laughter and music.” Not surprisingly, about four months into the venture, the vision for Metro Bakery & Cafe changed. “I said to Theo it would be terrific if we could bake and make everything ourselves,” Toni said. “And then we got lucky because a pastry chef literally landed on our doorstep.” The rest, as they say, is history, as the business began to build its reputation on its housemade sweet treats, artisan baked bread and as of recently, delicious Mediterranean style meals. The evolution of the original coffee and sandwich bar business, to the bustling, sophisticated cafe that morphs from breakfast hotspot, to lunchtime meet and greet to a night time venue perfect for catching up with friends and family, seamlessly. It has become a cafe with no real target demographic - it’s been embraced by the entire community. The

whole experience has been a steep learning curve for the former teacher. From the move to all housemade products, to adding a more extensive lunch menu, from doubling its capacity to establishing an evening dessert bar to now being open all day and night and with the recent establishment of a bar. “All the changes have been customer driven, needs driven, and I think that’s the only way it can succeed,” Toni said. And for Toni, it is all about her team - a dedicated, young team of bakery, kitchen and front of house staff that have embraced the Metro culture. “I truly believe you build a culture when you build a business and we all have to be and are on the same page,” she said. Toni has also

been extremely grateful for the encouragement and support provided by the Limestone Coast Women in Business & Regional Development Influential Women. “It’s a great group of women and I cannot speak highly enough of the value of having that network of not just women, but great business operators,” Toni said. Maria Gentile, of Caffe Belgiorno, has certainly been a special mentor to the teacher turned cafe owner. “She was so generous with her help and advice and when we were starting out I really needed that,” Toni said. Read a more comprehensive coverage of the awards and all the winners in the Spring edition of Southern Life, due for publication next month.

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Alison Richards and the staff at Naracoorte Pharmacy were delighted to be finalists in two categories at the recent Women in Business & Regional Development awards. The categories were business woman of the year and business of the year (5 employees+). Alison purchased Naracoorte Pharmacy 11 years ago. The business employs local staff who are dedicated to the health and well being of their customers. Since purchasing Naracoorte Pharmacy, Alison has doubled the turnover and

implemented new services to help the customers and local community. As well as instore services, Naracoorte Pharmacy also provides medications and services to Naracoorte Hospital, services to local nursing homes, talks to community support groups and home medication reviews. Instore services include NDSS, MedsCheck, diabetes MedsCheck, dose administration aides, Tony Ferguson weight loss, sleep apnoea services, as well as medical advice and supply of medications. “To be in the top three of all nominees of

the Limestone Coast region and western Victoria was a fantastic accomplishment and we are all very proud of this achievement,” Alison said. “I would like to thank my staff, my husband Scott and beautiful children, Matt and Missy for their ongoing support, inspiration and love in my journey. “Also, a big thank you to Women in Business & Regional Development committee, judges, other nominees and all that made the awards a wonderful evening.”

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Kate Rowley might be only 26 years old but she’s already had dozens of jobs as she looked for her niche. She knew she loved customer service and wanted to work with people and she had always through she might like to run her own business, implement her own ideas. After 18 months in London working in a cupcake shop, Kate returned home to Mount Gambier and with the encouragement of her parents embarked on opening her own vintage tearoom. “I knew if I just went back to where I had been working before I left, I would have just stayed in my comfort zone and not tried to go out on my own,” Kate said. “Mum and dad encouraged me to bite the bullet and start my own business.” And after only 18 months in business, Kate has taken home an Influential Women in Business Award as the Young Businesswoman of the Year for 2013. facilitated by the Limestone Coast Women in Business and Regional Development, the

Nominated as a finalist in the Best Small Business category of the Influential Women In Business Awards, Di Ind has built her training business based on core values of customer focus, integrity, personal excellence and teamwork. Di has recruited staff that share those values and bring their own specialities to the team. This has enabled Di-Monty Training Solutions to deliver training across a wide range of industries including hospitality, retail, business and management, IT, commercial cookery, pre-employment motivation and skill building. Di-Monty Training Solutions relocated to their new offices and training facilities on Penola Road at the start of the year, expanding the range

awards were handed out Friday. August 2, and Kate said receiving the award was a solid sign the region was embracing her business and she was heading in the right direction. “I had some definite ideas about how I wanted the tearoom to look and I wanted it be about an experience not just the cupcakes and that’s what I have,” Kate said. “I knew it was a risk to do something a bit different but if you work hard and do it properly, it can be successful.” When Cup Kates first opened, Kate envisaged her core business would be people coming in for cupcakes and coffee

but the business has so many focal points now with high teas, both on site and off, light lunches, catering, vintage china hire, wedding cake orders, birthday parties and hen’s afternoons. Kate’s attention to detail and work ethic have made Cup Kates the now award winning business she can be proud of. Locals have embraced the vintage tearoom experience and visitors adore the corner hideaway, with Adelaide visitors just this week taking photos left, right and centre, on their phones to show friends the stylish and quaint cafe style shop. - 031

of training and services provided to include basic computer operations, Word and Excel (beginners to advanced), Child Safe Environments, Responsible Service of Alcohol and barista training. Feedback from clients has also led to the development of a Photoshop course and a computer skills analysis service for businesses. Structured to make it simple and easy to learn, the Photoshop courses content is informative, concise and comprehensive and is taught by an industry professional. The course covers a variety of topics with an overall focus on editing and colour correcting photos. Participants learn the interface and tools of Photoshop, gain knowledge

of colour theory, develop an understanding of adjustment layers and master exporting their photos for web and print. A computer skills analysis is available to any workplace in the region and will identify any gaps in the knowledge of employees that need to be filled by extra training. Di and the rest of the team at Di-Monty Training Solutions look forward to further growth and success and continuing their supportive relationships with other businesses in the region. You can visit Di-Monty Training Solutions at 110A Penola Road Mount Gambier, give them a call on (08)8723 6337 or visit their website www. to discuss your training needs.

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August 17 - Amber Lawrence & Jason Owen – Islands in the Stream Tour - LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNAMBOOL For the first time, award-winning country artist Amber Lawrence and label-mate, X Factor 2012 runner-up, Jason Owen join together for the Islands in the Stream tour, the title of their duet single released last month.

The CarSales Network announced today that the Mitsubishi Mirage is a 2013 “ Recommends’ First Car. The winners are’s top picks for real-world new-car buyers and consumers. Ltd’s editorial brand,, established the ‘Recommends’ awards in 2012. ‘powers’ all automotive editorial content across the carsales network of

websites. and Ltd Editor-in-Chief, Mike Sinclair, said ‘Recommends’ is a key emerging tool for new car buyers. “The cars named as ‘Recommends’ are the best of breed in their respective segments and represent canny choices for new car shoppers,” Mr Sinclair said. “The crew drives literally hundreds of cars each year -- new releases,

both local and abroad, seven-day tests and longer-term reviews that replicate the ownership experience. We’ve used this knowledge to name our top cars, so new car buyers can short-circuit their research and fast track buying decisions,” he said. ‘Recommends’ lists top choices in 13 lifestyle categories and subcategories. The judging team considers a wide range of attributes in making choices for


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each of the categories: performance; refinement; handling; suitability for purpose and value for money. Resale, reliability and factors such as warranty and the availability or otherwise of benefits such as fixedprice servicing are also considerations. Launched in January 2013 the allnew Mirage is on sale at more than 200 Mitsubishi Motors dealerships Australia-wide delivers outstanding environmental and drive performance in a fun, safe and sporty design with all the features you need. MMAL’s CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri said the said the company was thrilled to receive the acknowledgement of the ‘2013 First Car - Recommend Award’. “The Mirage is a complete package for a first car, an affordable nimble city car that offers five-star safety, outstanding fuel economy, easy to drive manoeuvrability, four doors and plenty of interior space and is one of Australia’s most affordable light cars. To have this recognised by one of Australia’s top motoring publications is a great achievement,” Oshikiri said. To find your nearest Mitsubishi Motors dealer or to find out more about the all-new Mirage, visit


Camille’s Health, Beauty & Massage

Camille Maxwell - Your Beauty & Massage Specialist

At Camille’s Health, Beauty and Massage, helping clients feel happier, healthier and beautiful has always been the top priority. Specialising in a range of treatments such as massage, facials, acrylic and Shellac gel nails, organic tans, the ever popular XXX waxing and special occasion makeups, Camille Maxwell has prided herself on always providing quality service and expert advice. “I understand that each client has different needs and we always ensure everyone is made to feel comfortable and relaxed during their appointments,” Camille said. Establishing her own health and beauty business had been a life-long dream for Camille, who moved to the region more than 10 years ago from Sydney after a successful career as a nurse. Embracing the change of lifestyle, Camille quickly fell in love with country life and now proudly calls Mount Gambier home with her partner Adam and two sons Benjamin (4) and James (1 in September). Juggling her business with motherhood hasn’t been easy, but through the support of her loyal clients, Camille has embraced the challenge and reaped the rewards. “I now consider many of my clients close friends because they have all been on this incredible journey with me and watched the business expand and now take great pride in watching my boys grow up and experience life,” she said. “Clients feel comfortable with me because of my nursing background and because I’m a mum. “I really enjoy doing makeups, because often it is with girls who I have seen grow up – and I might do their makeup for their deb and then

go on to do their weddings when they get older and it is always a special experience and I’m honoured to be asked.” Camille has been at her current location of 38A Sturt Street, Mount Gambier, for the past six years and earlier this year she expanded her range of treatments offered to her growing client base. The business now provides a treatment room for Adelaidebased Mary-Ann Sharpe of Collagen Face Centre (in association with Anti-Aging Canterbury Victoria), who has been visiting Mount Gambier since 2001. MaryAnn, a registered nurse, offers clients dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections and will be available again at Camille’s on Saturday, August 24. For bookings with Mary-Ann or to experience one of Camille’s beauty treatments, please phone (08)8725 9770. Photos courtesy of Fed Creative.

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“I understand that each client has different needs and we always ensure everyone is made to feel comfortable and relaxed during their appointments. I now consider many of my clients close friends because they have all been on this incredible journey with me and watched the business expand and now take great pride in watching my boys grow up and experience life.” - 033


DMK Engineering “When things are quiet locally, like they are at the moment, we still have plenty of projects on the go, we don’t think there’s an industry we don’t work in. Recently we had guys in a timber mill, on a cray boat, in a mine, at a gas plant, at the meatworks and at a winery all in the one day.” Mike O’Neil & Mick Geraghty Your Engineering Specialists DMK Engineering is a highly skilled engineering company with extensive experience in all facets of the engineering trade. Established in 2004 by Mike O’Neil, with a crew of nine employees, DMK Engineering has now grown to employ 35 full time employees and has been able to build a solid reputation of supplying high quality products and services in a timely manner. Built on the back of a local maintenance contract, DMK Engineering now works Australia wide and has built a reputation for meeting required deadlines and budgets for contracts of any value. Recently they had crews in Victoria, Queensland and Adelaide at the same time, with the job in Adelaide still having a crew on site. Senior project manager Mick Geraghty said return business had been a major factor in the growth of the business. “There aren’t too many clients we have only done one job for,” Mick said. “Once they see how we work they call us again and again for every new job they have as they want us involved to deliver the job they want, when they want it.” Diversity is the other attribute setting DMK Engineering apart from its competitors. “When things are quiet locally, like they are at the moment, we still have plenty of projects on the go, I don’t think there’s an industry we don’t work in,” Mick said. “Recently we

had guys in a timber mill, on a cray boat, in a mine, at a gas plant, at a meatworks and at a winery all in the one day.” Not surprisingly the list of DMK Engineering services appears endless and includes experienced estimators and planners; pressure welders; certified pipe work and installation; structural steel fabrication and erection; fitter/machinists; boilermakers; sheet metal workers; dogmen; crane operators; riggers; confined space accredited; precision machining and fitting; pressure welding stainless and carbon steel; stainless/aluminium fabrication; on site installations and commissioning; boiler maintenance; labour hire; detailing; valve sales and service; project management and stainless steel expansion joints. DMK Engineering does extensive work in the power industry and the transmission towers between here and Adelaide all contain DMK steel. Working in both the private and public sector, DMK Engineering built steelwork for nine of the region’s Building the Education Revolution projects, in Naracoorte, Penola, Heywood, Casterton and Tantanoola, as well as St Martins Lutheran School, North Gambier and McDonald Park Schools. They were a key contributor in the Buttercup factory site redevelopment that now houses Civic Video Red Rooster, Jett’s Fitness and the Laundry Cafe. They have 034

also just finished the high security fencing for the Mount Gambier Prison expansion. “Certainly Grant District Council wanted the project to feature local contractors and this was a case of us having already built a relationship with Badge Constructions,” Mick said. “They knew our work as we have done many other projects together and they were comfortable we would get the job done to the standard required.” DMK Engineering has been busy achieving accreditation across a number of areas - a process that requires a lot of dedication, training and effort but also ensures what DMK clients already know - you are getting your job done by the best in the business. DMK Engineering is proud to announce its recent Integrated Management System certification with ECAAS and looks forward to the many opportunities this will bring. DMK Engineering has certification in the following standards: • ISO 9001 - Quality Management • ISO 14001 - Environmental Management • AS/NZS 4801 - Safety Management • OHSAS 18001 - Safety Management Speak to DMK Engineering today to discuss their capabilities and how they can assist your company with future projects.


Eddie’s “We have always strived to be an industry market leader, to be innovative, to be pro-active, and continually improve all that we do in the best interests of our customers. Successful sales are based on good service - the two are inseparable. In marrying the two together we have satisfied customers which are always regarded as our best advertisement.” Eddie Sakkers Your Furniture & Bedding Specialists Eddie’s has been a fixture on Mount Gambier’s retail landscape for five decades. Barely recognisable now from the early days as Eddie’s Quality Second Hand Furniture, which opened its doors in 1963, the move to new furniture came in 1976. Established by Eddie

Sakkers Snr, son Eddie Sakkers Jnr, came on board the family business when he completed his schooling in 1981. Together it has been all about building for the future and becoming a respected business in the Mount Gambier community. Store extensions came in 1988 and by 1994 a warehouse facility was also purchased to cater for the growing layby demand, as well as providing more storage for goods so turnaround times on orders could be sped up. And the team at Eddie’s has always had one eye on the future, purchasing the four surrounding shops to their original premises in 1996 ahead of a major store expansion and renovation in 1999. That was when Eddie’s implemented the theme of “At home with Eddie’s”, setting its furniture displays up as if customers were walking into a room in their own home. There has always been a strong focus on a diverse range, quality products and keeping abreast of the latest trends in furniture, collectables, bedding and floor coverings. Customer service is also a critical aspect of the Eddie’s experience with attention to detail, extensive product knowledge and expert, friendly advice are the cornerstones of shopping at Eddie’s. And it’s not just this region’s shoppers that have embraced Eddie’s, the Mount Gambier store has customers from Adelaide, Geelong, Horsham and Melbourne as well as everywhere in between. Eddie has always tried to be at the cutting edge of the industry while still providing those little touches that make any retail experience hassle-free - seven day trading, an online presence, loan furniture and a children’s play area all ensure every customer need is met. Eddie has also been conscious of the need to give back to the community that supports your business and a number of local projects have been made possible by the generosity of Eddie and his team. Eddie’s has always been synonymous with comfort and nothing screams comfort more than the La-Z-Boy - the two names

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have been inextricably linked in this region since first joining forces. With more than 70 years experience, La-Z-Boy recliners and sofas boast such a diverse range now with styles to reflect the essence of each individual home. And it has certainly been a profitable association with Eddie’s named the La-Z-Boy Highest Percentage Growth SA/NT accolade for 2012/13. This year Eddie’s has also become part of the Homemakers group, giving even more buying power to the Mount Gambier store. Above - Ian Ongley and Eddie Sakkers.


Special Care Dentures “I was definitely influenced by my father and became interested in a career in the dental industry because he was a dentist. When I first finished my studies I worked for dad and then I set up my own business. Ever since, we have bounced patients off each other.” William Hodge - Your Dental Prosthesis Specialist

William Hodge (left) might have grown up in Adelaide’s east but he has always had a fascination with working in a rural setting. Add to that his passion for surfing, and the Limestone Coast was a perfect fit. At the moment the dental prosthetist splits his time between his Adelaide practice and his Millicent and Mount Gambier operations, spending one week every fortnight in the Limestone Coast. The 28 year old has six years experience as a dental prosthetist and has worked side by side with his father since graduating. His father is Dr Christopher Hodge, a respected North Adelaide dentist, who took over the Millicent Dental Clinic in March and transformed it into Special Care Dental, bringing with him more than three decades of experience in dentistry. The father and son have worked in tandem since William’s graduation. “When I first finished my studies I worked for dad and then I set up my own business,” William said. “Ever since, we have bounced patients off each other.” Both had always harboured a desire to work in a rural practice and the timing of the Millicent Dental Clinic becoming available was perfect. Commuting is also certainly nothing new for William. After completing his two year TAFE course in dental technology, he flew - 036

to Sydney one day a week to complete an Advanced Diploma in Dental Prosthetics. “Funnily enough as soon as I finished that diploma, the course was offered in Adelaide,” he said. Williams admits it was basically a fait accompli that he would end up working in the dental industry in some capacity. “I was definitely influenced by my father and became interested in a career in the dental industry because he was a dentist,” Williams said. While both Christopher’s and William’s Millicent operations are really starting to build a strong reputation in the region, William’s Mount Gambier venture is just starting out. He is working out of Oleschenko Orthodontics in Davison Street and has literally just hung his shingle in the Mount Gambier location. William offers all aspects of denture manufacturing and repairs and mouthguards in the onsite laboratory, with all enquiries handled by the Millicent office (above), which is located at 19 Short Street, on (08)8733 3502. William is certainly interested in relocating to the region if the opportunity presents, but meanwhile he spends his free time renovating his Kensington Gardens home. “But with my love of surfing there could be no better place for me to live than near Robe and Beachport,” William said.


Bildit Industries Russell Hay Your Construction Specialists This mob at Bildit really needs to get their heads checked because they insist on making sheds that seem to last forever. Really, how do they expect to get much return business from people when they make each building to be exactly what the client wants, both now and into the future, and then they put in the extra effort to make it really last. The inevitable result for them is that they end up with another happy customer; but they may never get to see him again because they solved all of that client’s shedding requirements for the foreseeable future. If it wasn’t for the stream of jealous neighbours of their previous clients coming in after they have been bored witless by plenty of unsolicited “word of mouth” advertising, then the Bildit office would not have nearly as many potential new clients visiting

their offices. I’ll tell you something else for nothing as a clear example of how cranky they are - Bildit even use 0.42 base metal thickness coated steel claddings on the walls of all the sheds they make. That’s the grade of Colorbond or Zincalume that’s required up on the roof, but lots of others drop the thickness back to just 0.35 on their walls (sure it saves them a bit of money, but don’t breath on ‘em too hard). All of the buildings that they manufacture locally feature UB columns and welded RHS trusses. Then they get the whole kit hot-dip galvanized after fabrication so it is super strong, looks great and is super durable. And another thing. I really fail to understand why they don’t make life easier for themselves and just produce a narrow range of sizes and options like most other steel building manufacturers. Because they design each shed inhouse specifically to suit each client’s requirements, it just makes it tough on the poor clients who need to decide exactly what features they want each time they order. What a pain! At least most of the team at Bildit

are a friendly mob and are happy to spend whatever time is needed to talk through the options. However, don’t forget to steer clear of Russell Hay if he’s having one of his grumpy days. They clearly all know exactly what they’re doing and it just surprises me that their whole team seem to get so much satisfaction out of building sheds all the time. You’d think that it would be boring, but they really do seem to just love it..... If any further proof was needed to show how utterly fixated these guys are on creating their custom steel buildings, then you just need to look at their workshop. With the talented guys and the great gear they have in there; they could be turning out all kinds of structural steelwork and an unlimited array of interesting fabricated products. But no, they almost always choose to focus on just sheds, sheds and more sheds! It’s hard to take them seriously. So, while they may be weird and twisted individuals, if anyone is looking for a supplier of brilliant steel buildings that really work for you, then you’d simply be mad not to call in and see them. A satisfied customer Above - Bildit staff - Owner Russell Hay with Margaret McGrath and Geoff Shaw.

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Norman unearths a new breed of Masterchef Television cooking shows and celebrity chefs have food and kitchens in the spotlight like never before so Harvey Norman Electrical franchisee Mitchel Hayes thought what better way to promote his wide range of products than through a cooking challenge. Mitchel masterminded the idea and then teamed with StarFM announcers Jase and Jess to give the event some star quality and muster support from the public. Three male and three female closet cooks came out of the woodwork to be part of team Jase and team Jess - having

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the public involved in the cooking challenge was a cornerstone of Mitchel’s brainchild. And so the Battle of the Sexes Cooking Challenge saw the two teams face off last Thursday night at Harvey Norman Mount Gambier with five judges on hand to critique the culinary skills of the two gender based teams. Kirby Shearing, Mitchel Hayes, Nadine DiGiorgio, Patrick Platten and Mark Laundy were the owners of the tastebuds making the final decision. The menu included garlic prawns, Thai green chicken curry and chocolate fondant with raspberry coulis and in the end it was the girls that reigned supreme - Aimee McLaughlin, Kimberly Shammall and Jessica Hodshon from Team Jess taking the title and heading home with a Sunbeam mixer, kindly donated by the small appliance company. The boys team of Shane Taylor, Eric Lock, and Gilbert Rigney didn’t go home empty handed either

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with Electrolux donating three of its TurboPros as the consolation prize. AEG and Electrolux also provided the cooking pods for the competition, with Coles donating the ingredients. “We were very happy with how it went, it was fun and it definitely brought people into the store which was our aim,” Mitchel said. “And we certainly got some interest in our small and large kitchen appliances.” Top left - Aimee McLaughlin, Jessica Rosseland, Kimberly Shammall, Jessica Hodshon with Harvey Norman Electrical franchisee, Mitchel Hayes. Far left (bottom) - The teams hard at work in the kitchen pods. Left (bottom) - The judges - Kirby Shearing, Mitchel Hayes, Nadine DiGiorgio, Patrick Platten and Mark Laundy.

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Souvenir PORTLAND MARITIME DISCOVERY CENTRE, PORTLAND Everyone loves to receive a postcard in the mail, and most would have some odd trinket tucked away at the back of the cupboard purchased while on holidays. Postcards and souvenirs from Portland dating from the late 19thcentury to the 1970s come together in this exhibition from the Glenelg Shire Council Cultural Collection. The postcards show the changing face of Portland in the 20th century through a series of postcards of the foreshore, harbour, streetscapes, hotels and churches. The souvenirs include crockery, glass viewware, felt pennants, cloth patches and tea towels, and range from the functional to purely decorative and from tasteful to wonderfully kitsch.

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Eye accidents change lives forever An alarming 60 percent of all eye injuries happen in the workplace, most of which can be prevented. The financial cost of these injuries is enormous, due to lost production time, medical expenses, and workers compensation. No dollar figure can adequately reflect the personal toll these accidents take on the injured workers. Optometrists Association Australia (OAA) recommends every workplace, regardless of industry, should have eye safety procedures in place,” said Mount Gambier optometrist Brad Mann. Employers are legally required to provide a safe working environment. It’s imperative that employers and employees work together to ensure eye safety procedures are in place to prevent accidents. The major factors behind eye injuries at work are due to employees not wearing eye protection. Industry reports show nearly three out of every five workers injured were not wearing eye

protection at the time of the accident. Also wearing the wrong kind of eye protection for the job greatly increases the risk of eye injury. “Eye accidents can be avoided by taking simple precautions and making sure employees have appropriate eye protection,” Mr Mann said. “This may be in the form of prescription or non-prescription safety eyewear, suitable for the type of work they are doing.” Employers should conduct audits of the work place, which involve identification and analysis of the visual hazards in the specific workplace setting. “Optometrists can provide advice in this area to help ensure workplaces are aware of all of their responsibilities in eye safety”, said Mr Mann.

Eye injuries in the workplace are most commonly caused by grinding and welding related activities, occurring most often within the construction, manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining industries. Another common cause is workers walking by or helping others perform tasks without wearing any, or the appropriate, eye protection. “Occupational health and safety awareness is growing considerably in the community,” he said. Optometrists Association has developed a brochure which provides advice on protecting and looking after the health of your eyes. Visit www. eyesafety to download a free copy.

COLLECTED STUPIDITY Don’t ask me why, but this week I happened to be reading a little book called “Where Did I Come From?” For those of you born in the past 20 years, this literature classic explains exactly what the title says, how humans happen to be born. In 1973, when it came out, it was billed as, “The facts of life without any nonsense.” With that I gave it a good read to see exactly how they were explaining something that has been happening for thousands of years, forty years ago. Please find below some of the highlights. “Now, if you put your mother and your father in the bath together, you’d notice something interesting.” I thought I knew where they were going with this one. I’ve read Mr Archimedes bath. What I’d notice was that the water level would rise, and in fact the water would probably overflow out of the top of the tub. Boy was I surprised with what came next. “They are not made at all the same way. You’ve probably noticed that already, but you notice it much more when you put them in the bath together.” I wasn’t sure about this one so I called my Mum and Dad up and got them to come around to the house. The author was completely right. Mum and

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Dad stood naked in various rooms of my house. Each time I thought there was something a little different but I just couldn’t put my finger on it (figuratively, not literally) until they got into the bath together. On a related note, there’s not enough bleach and cleaning products in all of the supermarkets in Mount Gambier that will get me back into that bath. My next highlight came when they explained why babies drink milk from Mum’s “mobile milk bar”. “At that time, you didn’t have any teeth; so you couldn’t eat hot dogs or hamburgers or French fries or lollies or anything.” Quite a different attitude to healthy eating back in the seventies wasn’t there. Back in the seventies, the major subject of this book was called “making love” and that was apparently “because it all starts with the man and woman loving each other.” I’m pretty sure that if they name it today it would be called “making drunk” because it all starts with the man and the woman being drunk. The author Peter Mayle asks rhetorically, “…why don’t people do it all the time?” I hope you know the “it” I’m talking about. Apparently it’s because, “…it’s very tiring. More than playing football, or running, or skipping, or

climbing or almost anything. Good as it is, you just can’t do it all day long.” Please insert your own joke here. One of the absolute highlights of the book comes next when the author Peter Mayle describes a climax to his presumably young and impressionable audience. When I say climax I don’t mean the most exciting plot point of your favourite movie. Anyway, how would you describe this moment to your average seven year old youth. “...You know how it is when you have a tickle in your nose for a long time, and then you have a really big sneeze? It’s a little like that.” Kids. No it’s not. That sneeze is better. No wonder I had trouble with the ladies for so many years. They all had allergies

so they didn’t really need me to get that feeling. When the baby comes out it is “yelling like a spectator at a football game.” Obviously the author was going to Melbourne matches (lots of crying) not Collingwood matches (lots of unprintable cursing.) Isn’t it lucky that kids have the internet and can work it out themselves these day. If you’d like me to review your favourite book, email me at

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LOCAL Portland Long-serving Portland District Health volunteer Ellie Lane hopes her new award will inspire others to follow in her footsteps. Mrs Lane has received a Member of Parliament’s Award from Wannon MP Dan Tehan as part of the 2013 National Volunteers Award. “I hope people see this and think maybe they can become volunteers too,” she said. “You can never have enough volunteers.” Mrs Lane was also encouraged at the award ceremony in Hamilton on August 7 by seeing a special award presented to young volunteers and hopes more young people do volunteer work. “It would be particularly good if we had more young people involved. You do get a lot out of helping others,” she said. Mrs Lane is nearing 70 but has no plans to slow down her commitment to volunteering. “I’d like to do it for another 10 years at least,” she said. For 27 years Mrs Lane has been part of the Telecare program, for 17 years she has been a volunteer community transport driver, for seven years she has delivered Meals on Wheels and for the past year she has helped the National Diabetes Supply Scheme. More recently she has - 042

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added membership of PDH’s Consumer Advisory Committee and Safety and Risk Committee to her agenda. She described the award as a thrilling experience. “I’d do the volunteering anyway but it was nice to have the recognition,” she said. “When you put what I do all together it is pretty amazing. It made my head swell a bit when they read it out but it was lovely to receive the award.” Mrs Lane said she most liked the contact with other people,

particularly through her driving volunteerism. PDH manager of volunteers Carolyn Malseed said Mrs Lane was a humble and deserving winner. “We were very proud to nominate such a worthy volunteer who continues to provide exceptional service to PDH and the Portland community,” Ms Malseed said. Above - Ellie Lane received her volunteering award from Member For Wannon Dan Tehan

local stories LIFEGUARD OPPORTUNITY The Hamilton Indoor Leisure and Aquatic Centre (HILAC) will be holding an information session for prospective lifeguards on Wednesday, August 21, from 4-5pm at HILAC. The session is being held to encourage people to become a lifeguard at one of Council’s swimming pools and will provide information on the steps required to become a lifeguard. Becoming a lifeguard is a fun, flexible and dynamic job that will challenge you each and every day. For a lot of people, it is also their point of entry for a career in the aquatics industry. The information session will outline the steps involved in applying for a lifeguard position at Council and showcase some of the lifesaving skills that lifeguards utilise in their job. For further information or to RSVP for the information session, please contact HILAC Manager, Janelle Dahlenburg on (03)5551 4300. HERITAGE GRANTS Southern Grampians Shire Council would like to advise that applications for funding through its Heritage Restoration Fund are now being accepted. The Heritage Restoration Fund assists owners and managers of heritage properties to help maintain and restore these significant places in our Shire. The fund is open to any community group, individual or business that owns or maintains a property included within the Heritage Overlay in the Southern Grampians Planning Scheme. Applicants are expected to contribute financially to the cost of the project. Each application can seek funding of up to 80% of the total cost of the project, with the maximum grant per application being $2000. To apply for the Heritage Restoration Fund, applicants should complete an application form which is available from www.sthgrampian or contact Council’s Planning Department on (03)5573 0256. Applications close on Friday, September 20.

local stories HEALTH ADVOCATE HONOURED One of the Terang district’s best known volunteers will be posthumously recognised when the Terang Community Health Centre is renamed in her honour. The centre will now be known as the Josie Black Community Health Centre in tribute to Mrs Black’s contribution to the health service and the local community. The renaming will take place during a centre open day on August 29 which will also include live music, health information, exercise classes, face painting, health screenings and free tea, coffee and healthy snacks. Mrs Black was a board member of the Terang & District (Norah Cosgrove) Hospital prior to its amalgamation with the Mortlake District Hospital in 1994 to form the Terang and Mortlake Health Service. She continued to serve on the TMHS Board and on a number of subcommittees until her death at age 70 in September 2009 after a long battle with cancer. Mrs Black spent a total of 19 years on the Board, including five years as vice-president and three years as president from 2004-2007. She officially opened the Community Health Centre’s extension on May 15, 2006. The centre was built with funds from the health service. A plaque recognising the renaming will be unveiled at 11am on August 29 by board president Graham Blain with members of Mrs Black’s family. In 2000 Mrs Black was awarded the Order of Australia Medal for her contribution to community and education; she received a Centenary Medal in 2003 and in 2007 she was inducted in the Victorian Honour Roll of Women. Her work has been previously honoured by the creation of `Josie’s Fund’ within the South West Community Foundation. Mr Blain said naming the community health centre after Mrs Black was a fitting and lasting tribute. “Josie’s contribution to the health of our region deserves this type of recognition,” he said. The Josie Black Terang Community Health Centre was established nearly 30 years ago and provides a range of services to the local community.


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Wattle Range Council has commenced work on an information bay and town entrance statement on Rendelsham Road near the Williams Road intersection in Millicent. The first stage of this project was the construction of a pull off road which was completed earlier this year. The next step is the installation of an information bay similar to the structure on

Adelaide Road, this is set to be erected in the near future. The final stage involves the construction of a town entrance wall of the same design as the wall which has been erected on Mount Gambier Road adjacent the Cemetery. Council also plans to construct a town entrance wall on Adelaide Road in the vicinity of the existing information bay, clearly announcing

‘Millicent’ on each of the three major entrances into the town. Construction of the entrance walls is intended to commence when weather conditions improve. On completion of this project all three major roads will display an entrance wall and banner poles welcoming visitors to Millicent.

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The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has continued its strong performances on the State stage with association players mixing it with South Australia’s best. Keisha Pearson is now the reigning State Ladies Singles runnerup after winning three of her five preliminary games and eventually advancing to the final against Adelaide’s Serena Davis. Local Kristy Davis also competed in the ladies singles event. It was a similar story in the Men’s Singles when Brad Errock

advanced to the State final with four wins and a draw, going down by one shot in the final to Broken Hill’s Milton Hawke. Locals Tony Bowditch and Daniel Langdon also competed in the State Men’s Singles. Doreen Oakley was also crowned a State runner up when she combined with Adelaide based Ros Blakney in the Ladies Pairs. Keisha Pearson and Marina Davis also represented the local association in the Ladies Pairs. The Men’s Pairs saw a numebr of local

combinations in action, including John Oakley and Graham Dent, Tony Bowditch and Perria Davis and Daniel Langdon and Brad Errock, while in the Mised Pairs, John and Doreen Oakley flew the local flag. Below (left) - State Singles runners-up - Keisha Pearson and Brad Errock. Below (right) - State ladies Pairs runner-up Doreen Oakley, who teamed with Adelaide’s Ros Blakney.

at the gallery August 2-25 - Upper Glass - LOCAL IMAGES, PENOLA As a part of the annual SALA Festival, Local Images Art Gallery presents an exhibition of jewellery by Julie Frahm featuring recycled glass made into beads, and other up-cycled components. Part of the fun of this exhibition will be discovering what “old” things have been used to create these beautiful new pieces.

LOCAL Freemantle Southern Grampians Shire Council and the ACE Radio Network are pleased to announce James Freemantle will be the guest speaker at the 2013 Powercor ACE Radio Southern Grampians Shire Business Awards, which will be held on Friday, September 6, at the Hamilton Exhibition and Conference Centre. James Freemantle was born and bred in Hamilton where he was educated at George Street Primary School and Hamilton College (where he was School Captain in 1982). James is a leader in personal brand. As founder of REDgum Communications, he helps people to experience dramatic improvement in their abilities to influence and inspire. Executives, professional sportspeople and entertainers rely on him to enhance their abilities in presenting and public speaking, personal brand and media interactions. James runs workshops on personal brand in organisations including NAB, Medibank, Racing - 044

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has travelled extensively (working as a prawnfisherman, windsurfing instructor, opal miner, actor and jackaroo). He is a mental health advocate for SANE Australia, and REDgum Communications is a charity partner of the Entrust Foundation (wise philanthropy in the developing world) and Ladder who tackle youth homelessness. Tickets to the 2013 Powercor ACE Radio Business Achievement Awards are selling fast and are only available pre-sold from the ACE Radio offices in Brown Street, Hamilton. For further information on the Business Awards please contact council’s business development officer Peter Johnson on (03)5573 0240.

local story Million dollar medical facility unveiled The new $1.2 million Western District MRI service was officially opened last Friday and started scanning patients from Monday. Premier and Member for South West Coast Dr Denis Napthine officially opened the new facility. The MRI service has been two years in the planning and was installed by Western District Radiology and Lake Imaging in response to calls for the introduction of MRI to Warrnambool. Lake Imaging Business Development Director Craig Lightfoot said the 1.5T Siemens Avanto MRI was a high-end system with a range of features. “It uses high density coils and strong gradients for high resolution and fast scan times and is exceptionally good for imaging,” Mr Lightfoot said. The system can be used for images of joints, in particular knees, ankles, shoulders, hips, elbows and wrists for ligament and tendon injuries. It can be used for scanning of knees prior to surgery to give a better fit for the prosthesis. It is also used for images of the spine, brain, breast, internal organs and for tumors. Another use of the system is a Ferriscan which is used to measure the iron concentration in the liver, removing the need for a liver biopsy. Mr Lightfoot said the MRI is housed in a purpose built demountable building that was lowered into the courtyard at Western District Radiology at the St John of God Warrnambool Hospital site. “Building constraints meant we had to find an innovative solution so the demountable was purpose built off site and sent to Warrnambool on a low loader,” he said. “This meant there was no interruption to the other services.” It also allows for optimum patient workflow as the MRI is housed in a dedicated building. Local builders and tradespeople were used to connect the MRI to services and to customise changes to the demountable. The MRI has initially created two new jobs with more expected as demand grows. Four existing staff have also received further training in MRI. Mr Lightfoot said the system was vital to attract new specialist radiologists.


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Wednesday, 10.30pm As the office readies for the premiere of the documentary, Jim convinces Dwight, who is planning to propose to Esther, that he needs an Assistant to the Assistant Regional Manager.

Thursday, 8.30pm The Logie award-winning AFL Footy Show stars Garry Lyon, James Brayshaw, Sam Newman, Billy Brownless and Shane Crawford as they bring viewers all the latest in the world of AFL.

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Thursday, 8.30pm After a young French girl claims she was raped by a billionaire, Benson and Stabler are frustrated when it seems the suspect may be able to buy his way out of a conviction. - 046


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Underbelly: Squizzy Sunday, 9.00pm Following the death of his baby girl, Squizzy begins to spin out of control. Squizzy rediscovers his mojo when he meets new love Ida Pender and they embark on a crime spree together.


Vikings Thursday, 8.35pm A monastery in Lindisfarne is about to get a firsthand look at how the vikings operate. In and out in a flurry of violence and terror, Ragnar and his crew raid the monastery for everything it contains, from treasure to monks who can be sold as slaves. - 047





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THE 2013 Campolina-Fulton Hogan Tour of the Great South Coast has attracted a topclass field, with 143 riders to contest the dual State tour. The Subaru National Road Series event, which starts Wednesday in Mount Gambier, will welcome competitors from three overseas countries. It includes Kenyan Riders, a trailblazing national team which is testing itself with a competitive stint in Australia. “We’re quite thrilled to have an all-African team in a Caribou tour for the first time,” tour director John Craven said. “We look forward to watching their performance with interest, even though their manager Simon Blake has declared the Kenyans are in the race to gain valuable experience.” Joining the Kenyans as international competitors are Drapac Professional Cycling duo Gordon McCauley and Floris Goesinnen. While McCauley is a New Zealand cycling legend, highlighted by five New Zealand road championships and four Commonwealth Games appearances, teammate Goesinnen, from the Netherlands, conquered the South West region last year when he became the first person to celebrate a Melbourne to Warrnambool-Shipwreck Coast Classic double, Craven says that out of the 20 participating teams, the RLA62833

formidable Drapac will be extremely tough to beat. “The Drapac team, headed by former Australian road champions Darren Lapthorne and Will Walker, is possibly the best squad of riders to go around in a National Road Series tour,” he said. The team also features Subaru NRS reigning champion Luke Davison and 2009 Tour of Tasmania champion Bernard Sulzberger. Other leading contenders include inaugural Tour of the Great South Coast champion Anthony Giacoppo (pictured above winning 2012 Koroit criterium) and his Huon Salmon Genesys Wealth Advisers teammate Jack Haig, who sits second on the Subaru NRS leaderboard. “The quality of the entries is a tribute to the esteem in which the Tour of the Great South Coast is held,” Craven said. “We are set for five great days of racing over a challenging course which offers something for riders of all strengths – sprinting, climbing and some long road slogs.” The CampolinaFulton Hogan tour is supported by the City of Mount Gambier, Glenelg Shire, Moyne Shire and Corangamite Shire. Riders will be vying for the SCODY King of the Mountains, Independent Cranes Sprint, CFMEU Rising Star, Campolina Criterium and Shimano Most Aggressive jerseys.


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Above (left) - South shooter Katie Roachock takes this high ball over Brenna McKay during 15 and under action at McDonald Park. Above (right) - South goal attack Halle Whittaker takes this ball strongly as East defender Brenna McKay looks to block her path closer to goal during 15 and under action at the weekend. Left - East wing attack Lauren Pike takes this centre pass receive as South wing defender Laura Gazzard looks to close in during 15 and under action.

BASKETBALL Burdon Reigning Allan Scott Medallist Erik Burdon is in Perth this week and the West Australian capital is set to become his new home. After trialling with the NBL franchise the Perth Wildcats around two months ago, the sharpshooter was officially signed this week, when newly appointed head coach Trevor Gleeson decided the outside shooting specialist was exactly what the 2012/13 championship runners-up needed. “We need more shooters from the perimeter, we have enough talent to get to the basket, but we need to stretch the defence and Erik is one of the best shooters in the SEABL,” Gleeson said. “I went to Mount Gambier to see him play and his ability to catch and shoot is a piece of the puzzle we need at the Wildcats.” Burdon had originally been talent identified by a Wildcats official at a tournament two years ago in Melbourne. “He kept following the SEABL and eventually they rang me and asked would I like to come over,” Burdon said. “It was a lot of physical testing and a general try out and then they basically just kept in touch.” The appointment of a head coach always had to precede any move by the Wildcats and once Gleeson was in the chair he came to the Icehouse and watched the club’s reigning MVP in action. Some more tweaking of the roster and planning for season 2013/14 ensued and Burdon’s outside game and experience proved to be one of the missing pieces in the puzzle as the Perth based

heading West

club looks to go one better than last season in the NBL championship race. Burdon is a Woollacott Medallist, the award given out to the ABA’s Central Conference MVP. He won it in 2008 when he was playing for the North Adelaide Rockets. He then went on to be a development player with the Adelaide 36ers, in the same vein as Pioneers team mates Jan Warbout and Tom Daly, with current skipper Matt Sutton having also been a part of the 36ers playing roster as well. But in reality, the 28 year knew there was a chance a real shot at the NBL might have passed him by. “This opportunity did come out of the blue but I hadn’t given up,” Burdon said. “I have always kept working at my game as much as I could and I knew it would be a long shot for it to happen but finally it has.” Ironically, Perth is the only franchise in the NBL where Burdon doesn’t know any of the players, having neither played with or alongside them along the journey. He is the seventh signing for the club, joining Shawn Redhage, Damian Martin, Matt Knight, Jesse Wagstaff, Greg Hire and Mathiang Muo. “I’ve had to work hard to get to the NBL and now I will have to work even harder to get on the court in an NBL game,” Burdon said. “It’s like beginning all over again in some ways.” In good news for local fans, while Burdon basically officially relocated on Sunday, the Wildcats are happy for him to fulfil his SEABL commitments and allow Burdon to hopefully be a key

SPORT Donations

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Now in its 13th year of support, the Commercial Club Inc of Mount Gambier has handed over a cheque for $2500 to the City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Fund. It brings total donations from the club to $26,000. Presiding member of the City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund, Cr Byron Harfield extended the continuing sincere thanks, appreciation and the admiration of the City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Fund Committee and its member organisations to the Commercial Club for its most generous annual donation to the fund.

part of the Pioneers’ play off plans. It certainly does add to the degree of difficulty for coach Richard Hill, who now has three players juggling NBL pre-seasons with Pioneers post season aspirations of bringing home another championship. Last week he had Brad Hill and Ben Allen away as part of their Sydney Kings commitments. It is seeing not just the club but some its key players do some incredible miles over the final fortnight of the minor round. The Pioneers play four games in 10 games in two States and have three players also heading to another State in between the

weekend match commitments. Pioneers coach Richard Hill, though, was thrilled that three of his group had secured NBL contracts. Burdon, he said, being a case study in hard work. “The offer from Perth definitely came out of left field but all credit to him,” Hill said. “He has strived to become a better player that’s why he’s been picked up. he’s in good shape, playing well, a really good guy and gives Perth what they need - a perimeter shooter.”

Above - Junior Sports Fund committee member Jeanette Elliott; presiding member Cr Byron Harfield and Commercial Club Inc. president David Edwards and treasurer Garry Burke.

See page 51 for a wrap of the Pioneers weekend matches.

Above - Bob Baxter (left) presents Carl Schapel with the winner’s prize after Schapel combined with Jim Godden (absent) to take out last Thursday’s Scott Group of Companies 2-4-2 at the Millicent Bowling Club. The club is setting itself for a busy time next month when it hosts its own club opening day on Sunday, September 8, and then also hosts the Lower South East Bowls Association opening day the following Sunday, September 15.


WE’RE THE MILLERS (MA) MOVIE FUNDRAISING NIGHT Above (left) - East Gambier 15 and under goal shooter Mary Wilson lines up this mid range penalty shot as South defender Jade Opie looks to deflect the shot with her defensive effort. Above (cente) - Star East Gambier goal attack Tenille Gray in full flight to take this aerial ball right near the post in 15 and under action at McDonald Park. Tenille then backed up to make her debut in the club’s A grade side, where she played wing attack and played a solid game in her first up match in a young, inexperienced line-up. Above (right) - Natasha Russell send the ball into South’a attacking third during 15 and under action on Saturday. - 050



South East Coast Basketball League results Men - Cougars 66 (S. Stafford 18; B. Ousey 14; T. Phillips 12) d Roos 64 (M. Bachmann, J. Nobes 17; M. Markiewicz 15); Millicent 74 (J. Telfer 20; T. Marsden 16; A. Schultz 7) d Panthers 65 (T. Brown 34; D. Brown 16; J. Humphries 8); Bulldogs 79 (S. Berkefeld 24; D. Bromley 17; M. Berkefeld 15) d Wizards 74 (M. Parlsow 25; P. Loring 20; M. Stephens 11). Women - Panthers 78 (B. Walters 41; M. Renko, S. Bawden 11) d Millicent 63 (A. Walker 20; S. Allen 14; K./ Smith 11); Bulldogs 51 (T. Gray 17; K. McDiarmid 12; E. McDiarmid 10) d Roos 43 (M. Markiewicz 17; R. Hines 15; C. Weir 7).


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South East Women’s Football Association round 13 results Seniors Villa 2 (A. Beck, K. Reade) d United 1 (S. Mariano); Palace 1 (M. Plant) d Millicent 0; County 4 (G. Peate 3; L. Mirtschin) d Portland 1 (J. Smith); Wanderers 4 (W. Green 2; M. Sims, own goal) d City 0. Under 14 Palace 2 (K. Kourmouzis, H. Edwards) d Millicent 0; County 2 (G. Peate 2) d Mount 0.

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It was history in the making when Grant High School’s Year 8/9 girls hockey team won the State Knock Out final in Adelaide against Henley High School. It was the second time the Grant High School girls have claimed the trophy and they remain the only Lower South The South East Women’s Football Association (SEWFA) has continued their fundraising efforts this year towards breast cancer awareness. A cheque for $500 was presented to Lucy Spencer of the Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group last month. The money was raised at the SEWFA Pink Ribbon Carnival, the opener of the 2013 season. The Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group has raised more than $165,000 during the last 14 years, for cancer treatment and detection equipment, to increase awareness and for research and upgrades of cancer facilities in Mount Gambier and Millicent, and much, much more. More recently, money raised has been used to fund the group’s Helping Hand Bags, which are filled with grocery, pharmaceutical and fuel vouchers and donated anonymously to local

East school to claim the accolade. The finals series was played at the State Hockey Stadium at the end of last month. It was a tough finals campaign for the Grant girls, who had to take on the reigning champions, St Mark’s, from Port Pirie, in the opening round match. The

girls were not fazed though, claiming victory 6-0. The girls had to back straight up against specialist hockey school Henley in the very next timeslot and held on for a 1-1 draw, before taking on Roma Mitchell Secondary College in the third game, winning convincingly, 7-0.

women with breast cancer by health care providers. “With many of us knowing someone who’s been impacted by breast cancer, whether it be personally or through others, we understand that families are emotionally and financially affected. The SEWFA are glad to be able to assist these local women” said Julia Reader, SEWFA committee member. Celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, SEWFA has been involved in raising more than $2500.00 for breast cancer awareness and research since the association’s inception.

Above (top) - Year 8/9 State champions - Back row (L-R): Ruth Stephenson - coach, Gemma Ballintyne, Cody Jackson, Jenna Curypko, Lisa Fritsch, Ashleigh Bruorton, Sally Nielsen, Rachel Thorne. Front Row (L-R): Melanie Smaling, Dana Jones, Tayla England, Tara Henningsen, Morgan Cooper, Laura Edmonds, Madison Probert, Nicola Donaldson. Goalie: Lillian Foote.

Above - Lucy Spencer ,of the Mount Gambier Awareness Group, is presented a cheque by SEWFA representatives, Julia Reader and Heidi Heemskerk.

Lower South East Hockey Association Round 16 Division one men - West 2 d Cavaliers 1; Division one women - West 7 d Cavaliers 1; Division two men - Tigers 7 d Rams 0; Cavaliers 1 d Strikers 0; Division two women - Tigers 1 d Naracoorte 0; Strikers 2 d Cavaliers 1; Drifters 1 drwe with Redbacks 1; Division three men - West 5 d Cavaliers 1; Division three women - Portland 2 d Strikers 1; West 1 d Cavaliers 0; Tigers 2 d Redbacks 0; Under 15 girls - West 4 d Cavaliers 3; Under 13 girls - West Green 2 d West Blue 0; West Green 4 d Cavaliers Red 1; Cavaliers Black 6 d Strikers 0.

The results meant Henley and Grant would face off for the State title, in what loomed as a tense struggle. In the end it was a beautiful pass from Dana Jones to Sally Nielsen in the right position near the post that saw Grant break the deadlock and secure the title winning goal. The Grant High Open team also competed but were unable to make the title decider despite playing four great games.

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MSE Netball Results A Grade Mt Burr 54 (E. Laucirica, M. Fennell) d Nangwarry 36 (T. Stewart, K. Gray, J. Howe); Robe 58 d Port MacDonnell 34 (K. Wilson, S. Morgan); Tantanoola 60 (S. Little, A. Fensom) d Kongorong 37 (C. Leese, H. Smith); Hatherleigh 78 (G. Brooks, K. Green) d Glencoe 52 (A. Edwards, B. Wilson).

A Reserve Nangwarry 36 (T. Ploenges, K. McDiarmid) d Mt Burr 21 (B. Ferguson, L. Scott); Robe 51 d Port MacDonnell 42 (L. Neale, E. Mansell); Tantanoola 44 (A. Ditcham, A. Fensom) d Kongorong 32 (Z. Rout, E. Waters); Hatherleigh 53 (M. Redman, S. Haines) d Glencoe 44 (D. Curtis, M. Kuhl).

B Grade Nangwarry 48 (T. McGinty, B. Dobie) d Mt Burr 20; Port MacDonnell 51 (T. Perryman, J. Merrett) d Robe 27 (A. Whitehead, S. Pettit); Tantanoola 59 d Kongorong 17 (H. Greenfield, D. Glynn); Hatherleigh 74 (M. Wight, A. Hateley) d Glencoe 49 (J. Cocks, K. Collins).

B Reserve Nangwarry 32 (B. Gruar, N. Wilkin) d Mt Burr 19; Tantanoola 46 d Kongorong 25 (I. Shelton, B. Williams); Hatherleigh 45 (P. Lindner, F. Jackman) d Glencoe 26 (B. Rothall, S. Johnson).

17 and under Nangwarry 49 (M. Hodgson, K. Rowe) d Mt Burr 16 (C. Hannaford, E. Hogan); Robe 51 (I. Deane, R. Kerr) d Port MacDopnnell 37 (S. McBain, M. Murdoch); Tantanoola 42 d Kongorong 33 (G. Kuhl, T. Pelkonen); Hatherleigh 81 (L. Walker, E. Watson) d Glencoe 37 (A. Kuhl, E. Agars).

15 and under Nangwarry 39 (T. McKeon, K. Bricknell) d Mt Burr 36; Robe 45 (E. Sawyer, E. Gould) d Port MacDonnell 33 (M. Telford, P. Tilley); Kongorong 33 (C. Sealey, S. Gaylard) d Tantanoola 24 (L. Fensom, G. Clarke); Hatherleigh 76 (G. Chay, S. Bishop) d Glencoe 16 (T. Wilkinson, S. Edwards).

13 and under Mt Burr 50 d Nangwarry 8 (M. Bonham, C. Busbridge); Robe 50 d Port MacDonnell 42 (L. Milstead, T. Buckingham); Kongorong 40 (S. Modra, D. Kuhl) d Tantanoola 36.


Senior Colts

Mt Burr 6.1 12.5 13.9 18.11 (119) Nangwarry 2.2 5.7 9.8 11.11 (77) Goals - Mt Burr: D. Bowering 8; C. Murray 4; S. Bevan, P. Guyett 2; C. Gallio, M. Wallis. Nangwarry: N. Reeves 6; B. Lindner 2; S. Merrett, J. Mckeon, J. Manninen. Best - Mt Burr: D. Bowering, W. Lowndes, J. Wallis, M. Wallis, D. Ridley, A. Wiese. Nangwarry: B. Lindner, B. Dinnison, N. Reeves, J. Manninen, J. McKeon, C. Hicks. Port MacDonnell 5.1 14.9 18.15 24.23 (167) Robe 3.2 3.2 5.3 5.4 (34) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromely 9; L. Pratt 5; A. Taylor, J. McGregor, M. Lewis, W. MacDonald, D. O’Dine 2. Robe: J. Pettit 2; R. Dickinson, B. Ross, B. Davis. Best - Pt Mac: J. Zeitz, A. Taylor, J. Cawthorne, R. Fox, D. Bromley, T. Sullivan. Robe: T. Pearce, J. Fletcher, J. Pettit, J. Steele, R. Dickinson, E. Samuel. Tantanoola 2.1 11.8 14.8 17.10 (112) Kongorong 4.1 5.2 7.5 10.12 (72) Goals - Tantanoola: R. Versace 5; J. Rowe, C. Hamilton 2; J. Rehn, M. Bennett, K. Dodd, H. Brown, R. Clarke, C. Williams, T. Stringer, L. Smith. Kongorong: J. Simkin 4; J. Blackwell 2; D. Phillips, J. Wright, B. Saffin, J. Phillips. Best - Tantanoola: L. Smith, M. Bennett, C. Hale, C. Saint, R. Versace, D. Knaggs. Kongorong: B. Drew, B. Weaver, W. Milne, N. Ham, S. Farrell, S. Baker. Hatherleigh 6.3 9.7 15.8 17.11 (113) Glencoe 3.3 5.8 6.8 9.11 (65) Goals - Hatherleigh: S. Telfer 6; T. Bell, M. Faulkner 3; B. Sneath 2; C. Buckley, T. Agnew, T. Schulz. Glencoe: M. McRae 4; T. Hawke, Z. Cocks, A. Hentschke, D. Paproth. Best - Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner, M. Bennett, S. Telfer, J. Faulkner, B. Watson, M. Duff. Glencoe: A. Price, L. Allison, Z. Cocks, K. Clark, J. Edwards, T. Hawke.

Mt Burr 1.7 6.8 8.17 12.26 (98) Nangwarry 0.0 1.0 2.0 2.1 (13) Goals - Mt Burr: D. Lesslie, L. Collyer 2; B. Jennings, A. Ridley, T. Tukia, B. Cutting, B. Delbridge, D. Vanderhorst, J. Robbins, B. Hogan. Nangwarry: B. McIntosh. Best - Mt Burr: A. Butler, L. Collyer, D. Lesslie, D. Vanderhorst, A. Ridley, B. Jennings. Nangwarry: M. Deanfield, H. Sanders, B. McIntosh, B. Rowe, B. McCallum. Port MacDonnell 3.3 5.6 12.8 16.11 (107) Robe 0.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 (41) Goals - Pt Mac: R. Brodie, S. Zeitz 4; J. Stark 3; R. Timms, B. Williams 2; L. Byrne, T. McRostie, T. Rossgregor, B. Wilke. Robe: L. Smith 2; J. Sneath. Best - Pt Mac: L. Kemp, B. Williams, R. Timms, T. Rossgregor. Robe: H. Kurray, H. Ludwig, A. Clements, L. Smith, J. Hann, J. Gibbs. Kongorong 3.3 7.6 11.9 14.11 (95) Tantanoola 0.1 0.1 1.4 1.6 (12) Goals - Kongorong: J. Mullan 6; B. Long, R. Hein, R. Brown 2; K. Ham, A. Last. Tantanoola: M. Reid. Best - Kongorong: J. Blackwell, B. Kranz, M. Last, A. Lightbody, P. McInnes, A. Last. Tantanoola: B. Radley, D. Tincknell, T. Pink, C. Williams. Glencoe 1.1 5.2 9.3 11.5 (71) Hatherleigh 3.2 7.5 9.7 10.10 (70) Goals - Glencoe: B. Mitchell 5; M. Khan, D. Cleggett, M. Telford, N. Herring, R. Edwards, P. Mitchell. Hatherleigh: J. Telfer 4; B. Watson, L. Lang, B. Gibbs, M. Pulmer, B. Wight, A. Altschwager. Best - Glencoe: B. Mitchell, M. Telford, M. Khan, E. Trupp, J. Telford, N. Herring. Hatherleigh: B. Wight, F. Slape, B. Watson, B. Gibbs, M. Pulmer.

Junior Colts

B Grade Nangwarry 0.1 2.3 7.5 10.6 (66) Mt Burr 1.1 3.2 3.3 6.7 (43) Goals - Nangwarry: J. Lock 4; T. Michelmore 2; L. Rainey, P. McKeon, N. Nguyen, J. Clayfield. Mt Burr: A. Sorella 3; M. osmond 2; S. Hughes. Best - Nangwarry: J. Clayfield, J. Lock, J. Haggett, B. Crisp, T. Fenn, D. McNair. Mt Burr: S. Lesslie, A. Gregory, Z. Wallis, A. Ferguson, S. Hughes, A. Gamble. Port MacDonnell 4.6 13.10 13.12 19.18 (132) Robe 0.0 0.0 1.2 1.2 (8) Goals - Pt Mac: T. Lampard 6; M. Stark 4; M. Dwyer, N. Roach 3; J. Dempsey 2; S. Grosvenor. Robe: T. Ling. Best - Pt Mac: J. Bromley, B. Goodwin, T. Lampard, N. Roach, J. Smith, A. Lewis. Robe: T. Woodward, B. Fennell, B. Brooks, C. Sawyer, T. Ling, A. Kokiousis. Tantanoola 2.1 7.3 10.3 15.4 (94) Kongorong 2.3 3.4 6.6 6.6 (42) Goals - Tantanoola: M. Cytrowski, J. Varcoe 3; Z. Courbois, J. Meek 2; S. Bowering, A. Crouch, S. Taylor, S. Kelly, A. Johnson. Kongorong: M. Evans 2; G. Hay, W. Attiwill, J. Turner, J. Bottomley. Best - Tantanoola: S. Taylor, J. Meek, N. Gore, B. McGrath, S. Bowering, J. Varcoe. Kongorong: G. Hay, B. Dobbs, T. Elleston, R. Fromburg, A. Telford. Glencoe 3.0 7.0 10.1 15.4 (94) Hatherleigh 2.1 5.3 6.4 7.5 (47) Goals - Glencoe: B. Curran, E. Bronca 3; N. McEachern, A. Cary 2; M. Childs, S. Giersch, M. Kasparian, T. Biggins, J. Aston. Hatherleigh: N. Brown 5; M. Gibson 2. Best - Glencoe: N. McEachern, S. Giersch, M. Laube, M. Childsm J. Finnis, B. Lipscombe. Hatherleigh: S. Fitzgerald, S. Beggs, D. Paul, L. Haines, J. Gordon, B. Gysbers.

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

% 72.13 67.79 65.89 49.68 57.95 46.68 31.77 25.04 32.71

Mt Burr 8.13 (61) Nangwarry 0.1 (1) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Tukia 4; C. Crescentino 2; E. Ballantyne, D. Hogan. Best - Mt Burr: T. Vaderhorst, B. Gregory, D. Hogan, E. Ballintyne, B. Russell, C. Crescentino. Nangwarry: B. McIntosh, D. Podobnik, W. Bricknell, D. Field, B. Philby. Port MacDonnell 7.2 7.6 9.11 10.12 (72) Robe 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.1 (13) Goals - Pt Mac: G. Hutchesson, J. Attard 2; N. Wilke, B. Newton, W. Chant, B. Cutting, T. Zetiz, K. Livingston. Robe: B. Legoe, H. Bigmore. Best - Pt Mac: N. Wilke, T. Zeitz, B. Newton, G. Hutchesson, B. Cutting, M. Feast. Robe: K. Smith, M. Hansberry, A. Weir, B. Legoe, E. Dutton, N. Enright. Tantanoola 3.0 8.2 10.4 13.5 (83) Kongorong 0.1 0.1 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Tantanoola: R. Osborne 4; T. Bevan, H. Ferguson, E. Glass 2; J. Gould, C. White, J. Radley. Kongorong: L. Bottomley. Best - Tantanoola: C. White, Z. Walker, T. Bevan, A. Roberts, J. Gould, M. Hunter. Kongorong: C. Sanderson, W. Argoon, T. Modra, J. Robb, W. Vickery. Hatherleigh 1.6 6.10 10.17 12.20 (92) Glencoe 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Jones 2; M. Palmer, M. Telfer, L. Jackman-Tilley, B. Poulish, F. Bradley, E. Seamer, K. Bradley, C. Gibbs, Z. Jones, A. Seamer. Best - Hatherleigh: L. MacGregor, Z. Jones, K. Bradley, W. Chay, E. Seamer, J. Wight. Glencoe: none supplied.

Mid South East Goalkickers Pts 52 48 44 44 40 24 12 8 0

Left (top) - Port MacDonnell shooter Jordie Gower looks to convert dspite the pressure from Robe defender Leanne Cameron. Left (bottom left) - Ryan Fox looks best set to take possession during A grade Mid South East football at the Bay. Left - Joel Feast just manages to fire off a handballas he is trapped in a fierce Robe tackle. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.

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Heywood 6.5 12.9 21.11 28.13 (181) Branx-Wallace 0.1 1.1 2.2 2.4 (16) Goals - Heywood: J. Bell 10; P. Roberts 5; S. O’Brien 4; W. Bell, J. Vaughan, M. Wilson 2; J. Imbi, C. Mizzi, R. Bleumink. Branx-Wallace: A. Cameron 2. Best - Heywood: J. Bell, J. IMbi, S. O’Brien, L. Malseed, W. Bell, J. Vaughan. Branx-Wallace: A. Bunting, J. Bradley, J. Evans, M. McLean, S. Millard, N. Shulz. Westerns 6.2 7.4 10.9 12.11 (83) Cavendish 6.0 7.1 8.1 10.3 (63) Goals - Westerns: R. Cracknell 4; K. Richardson 3; A. Elford 2; C. Deans, M. Huppatz, E. Stewart. Cavndish: A. Schurrmann 5; S. Hatherell, T. Duncan 2; D. Brook. Best - Westerns: J. Patterson, T. Spencer, M. Keem, E. Stewart, R. CRacknell, L. Evans. Cavendish: C. Haeusler, J. Soawyer, S. Alexander, B. Cameron, S. Haeusler, L. Purcell. Coleraine 8.1 12.3 16.4 19.9 (123) Dartmoor 1.1 8.5 11.8 13.8 (86) Goals - Coleraine: K. Scott, D. Miller, E. Guthrie 3; Z. McDonald, A. Whale 2; J. Dyer, G. Robertson, J. Brown, B. Duetscher, T. Hogan, M. Dunn. Dartmoor: B. McDonald 3; J. Polaski, A. Hinkley, B. Hicks 2; S. Schoenfisch, S. Jones, A. Jones, J. Franklin. Best - Coleraine: J. Haw, J. Brown, J. Hallett, J. Gould, E. Guthrie, Z. McDonald. Dartmoor: B. Hicks, J. Polaski, B. McDonald, J. Drakeley, J. Franklin. Sandford 3.3 7.10 8.13 13.20 (87) Heathmere 2.3 3.4 10.7 13.9 (87) Goals - Sandford: M. Sinkunas 5; D. Milera, N. Thomas 2; M. Kurzman, M. Baugh, W. Bilney, M. Chaplin. Heathmere: P. Young 5; B. Turner-Dwyer, T. Annett 3; L. Coffey, D. Kennedy. Best - Sandford: W. Bilney, D. Milera, B. Sharam, B. Heron, M. Kurzman, M. Sinkunas. Heathmere: P. Young, S. Gofton, D. Kennedy, L. Coffey, T. Annett, J. Dwyer.

SWDFL Qualifying & Elimination Finals - August 17


Hampden Football League

A Grade

MSEFL Double

chance decided

Hatherleigh’s crushing victory over Glencoe at the weekend has not only secured the minor premiership for the Eagles but also ensured reigning premiers Port MacDonnell earned a double chance with Glencoe, sitting out this weekend’s final round with the bye, relegated to the knockout first semi final. The Murphies most likely opponent is Mt Burr, with Tantanoola not only having to defeat Hatherleigh this weekend but also rely on Port MacDonnell to defeat the Mossies at home. If the Tigers lose to Hatherleigh, it is quite simply season over regardless of the Mt Burr-Port MacDonnell result. Glencoe would have entered last weekend’s clash with the Eagles brimming with confidence, having defeated the Eagles in the first round - the first team to do so in 2013. But the Murphies were never really in the hunt and a six goal to one third term, ensured an unassailable nine goal deficit at the final change - it was always going to be a bridge too far. Glencoe is certainly still a

genuine contender but it is safe to say no side would have been wanting to play in the knockout semi final, especially against the finals hardened Mossies, if that’s how things pan out. Above (top left) - Robe shooter Kelly Mason takes this ball strongly during A grade action at Port MacDonnell. Mason will be a key to Robe’s chances in the upcoming finals series. Above (top right) - Port MacDonnell defender Kirby Wilson takes a strong rebound during A grade netball action at the weekend. Above (bottom) - Port MacDonnell star utility Will MacDonald takes a great grab during the reigning premiers clash with Robe at the weekend. The Demons have now wrapped up the double chance and will face Hatherleigh in the second semi final. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football

North Warrnambool 4.5 5.6 9.10 14.16 (100) Portland 2.2 9.5 12.7 14.13 (97) Goals - North Warrnambool: J. Parkinson 4; M. Murphy 3; M. Darmody, J. Lewis, M. Wines, D. Gavin, S. McLachlan, N. Murphy, X. Mills. Portland: J. Moody, S. Clark 3; B. Bentley, J. Hayse 2; J. Stiles, D. O’Loughlin, J., Quinlivan, J. Holt. Best - North Warrnambool: M. Wines, A. McMell, B. Murfett, T. Sheldon, J. Parkinson, D. Gavin. Portland: S. Clark, B. Malcolm, M. England, C. Mather, R. Egan, B. Bentley. Hamilton Kangaroos 6.5 9.9 12.12 19.16 (130) South Warrnambool 3.2 4.4 6.6 11.9 (75) Goals - Hamilton: L. Crawford, B. Huf 4; K. Uebergang 3; H. Waldron, R. Newell 2; G. Crawford, J. O’Brien, A. Pepper, T. Feely. South Warrnambool: K. Eagleson 5; S. Kelly, P. Anderson 2; Z. Struth, L. Howarth. Best - Hamilton: J. Pepper, H. Waldron, G. Crawford, B. Huf, T. Feely, J. O’Brien. South Warrnambool: T. Niddrie, T. Ryan, Z. Struth, K. Eagleson, O. Lee.

Hampden Netball Results A Grade Portland 42 (C. McMahon, T. Bannam, S. Arnott) d North Warrnambool Eagles 41; South Warrnambool 46 d Hamilton Kangaroos 45 (A. Feely, A. Huf, H. Huf). Hampden Football Netball League Round 17 - August 17


MGNA Netball Results A Grade Hobitz 93 (A. Siebert, M. Bucik) d Amazons 25 (T. Brooksby, M. Pendrey); Intruders 55 (K. Grubb, N. Rutkowski) d Zodiacs 35 (M. Phillips, L. Lovekin); Vicis 42 (B. Bouchier, D. Hirst) d Saints 30 (E. Antic, R. Primmer). - 053

Bordertown 12.4 21.9 25.14 29.22 (196) Kybybolite 3.3 8.7 10.8 11.13 (79) Goals - Bordertown: N. Frederick 11; C. Dahlitz, M. Hayes 4; C. Diment 3; L. Eats 2; S. Devitt, T. Harkness, J. Searle, S. Copestick, K. Cuthbertson. Kybybolite: S. Carberry 4; S. Munn, B. Laurie 2; J. Fitzgerald, M. Drury, C. Hanley. Best - Bordertown: M. Kerr, S. Devitt, N. Frederick, C. Dahlitz, C. Diment, A. Stephens. Kybybolite: B. Laurie, S. Munn, T. Cooper, J. Fitzgerald, D. Arnold, S. Carberry. Border Districts 3.3 6.5 11.8 16.12 (108) Kaniva-Leeor 4.4 5.8 11.10 15.10 (100) Goals - Border Districts: C. Robinson 6; C. Barras 4; S. Ferenci, T. Crick, J. Zeuner 2. Kaniva-Leeor: N. Meyer 4; S. Stallion 3; J. Brown, P. Adlington 2; P. Bartholomew, J. Lyon, C. Sharples. Best - Border Districts: S. Ferenci, M. Ellis, N. Thomson, C. Robinson, B. Vallance, P. Light. Kaniva-Leeor: S. Stallion, D. Stimson, J. Lyon, J. Hicks, P. Adlington, C. Sharples. Penola 3.6 7.13 19.14 13.20 (212) Padthaway 3.2 7.3 9.4 14.6 (90) Goals - Penola: B. McIntyre 10; A. Merrett 8; L. Jones 5; B. Merrett 3; S. Zadow 2; S. Jackman, O March, J. Copping, B. Foster. Padthaway: M. Hoffman, J. Dicker 4; B. Gunning 3, Dolling 2; A. Longbottom. Best - Penola: B. McIntyre, L. Jones, S. Jackman, O. March, M. Merrett, A. Merrett. Padthaway: T. Edwards, W. Verco, M. Hoffman, C. Marshall, P. Featherston, B. Gunning. Mundulla 9.3 11.3 15.3 19.6 (120) Lucindale 1.1 3.3 5.6 7.8 (50) Goals - Mundulla: B. Packer 10; W. Packer 3; J. Wiese, H. Thorpe, J. Webb, Z. Digby, R. Braybrook, T. Perry. Lucindale: D. McCarthy, R. Wilkin 2; P. Mulquiny, J. McRae, T. Ware. Best - Mundulla: J. Wiese, B. Packer, L. Duell, L. Wiese, N. Davis, T. Ballinger. Lucindale: T. Ware, T. Menz, M. Snowball, P. Baker, J. Weaver, H. Legoe. Keith 4.3 5.6 10.9 12.18 (90) Naracoorte 1.3 2.5 5.7 7.12 (54) Goals - Keith: J. McEntee 4; A. Hunt, L. Mitchell, H. Drogemuller 2; B. King, P. Makin. Naracoorte: B. Borg, S. Logan, M. Hartree, M. Gill, J. Sellars, M. Parker, J. Cother. Best - Keith: P. makin, J. Wilson, S. McMurray, H. Drogemuller, A. Wilson, A. Bowley. Naracoorte: J. Bettoncelli, J. Cother, J. Gschwandter, M. Gill, M. Hartree, M. Cappelluti.

KNT Goalkickers Adam Merrett Nathan Frederick Sam Logan James McEntee Clint Barras Tim Harkness Boyd Packer Scott Carberry

Penola Bordertown Naracoorte Keith Border Districts Bordertown Mundulla Kybybolite

103 88 85 73 66 50 41 39

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

% 61.01 64.41 65.69 64.53 57.78 43.97 47.64 44.57 37.65 35.63 27.49

Pts 56 52 48 48 40 28 20 16 12 10 2

KNT Netball Results A Grade Kybybolite 45 (S. Arnold, T. Wakefield) d Bordertown 39 (T. Poulton, A. Johannsen); Penola 43 (K. Nankivell, S. Skeer) d Padthaway 36 (E. Edwards, A. Wood); Naracoorte 50 (S. Hentschel, S. Logan) d Keith 43 (G. Gadzow, M. Harper); Lucindale 47 (M. Gear, C. Williams) d Mundulla 29 (L. Excell, R. Duell).


WBFL South

victory comes at a huge price

South Gambier survived a spirited third quarter challenge from East Gambier at the weekend but did not emerge unscathed from the fiery encounter. Skipper Simon Berkefeld could well have suffered a season ending broken collarbone late in the contest. The classy midfielder was heavily tagged all day and eventually a ferocious sling tackle ended his day and perhaps his season with six weeks the proposed prognosis prior to Berkefeld’s visit to the surgeon on Monday. It was the second successive week the Demons had a game well in hand and let the opposition back in and at three quarter time South’s 32 point half time lead was only two points. Coach Luke Duncan impressed upon his charges the need to rise to the challenge and finish the game strongly in his three quarter time address and that’s exactly what the Demons did in a last quarter

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that was marred by a number of spotfires where tempers flared and fists were flying. Shem Balshaw earned himself a yellow card 10 minutes into the last making it even tougher for the Bulldogs to overhaul the Demons. But in the end South was able to control the football for much of that final quarter with the Bulldogs slotting a couple late before the final siren ended their charge. East’s loss and Casterton’s gritty 19 point victory over West saw the Cats return to the top four at the expense of the Bulldogs and the run home is now intriguing. Casterton faces North and Millicent, while East faces West and North, placing the Cats in the box seat, given Millicent has really struggled in 2013. North Gambier looked a little fresher in its comprehensive win over the Saints. The Tigers have really been doing the tough yards and long hours on the training track in the lead up to the

major round of their premiership defence but with that heavy load set to taper, North looks set to take their football to another level after starting the third round with some sluggish performances and its only loss of 2013.

Above - South skipper Simon Berkefeld in action at the weekend before a potentially season ending collarbone injury in the last quarter. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.

up for heart and soul of the Demons

He’s not the most talented or most skilful player to ever pull on a Demons guernsey but he is one of the most popular and the team mate you want next to you in the trenches. Lloyd Pearce-Raisin (pictured right) clocked up 100 games for the South Gambier Football Club at the weekend and the big hearted battler has worked his way from borderline player in the early years of former coach Jon Copping, to an integral part of the team that contested last season’s grand final and is on track to again be in the big dance this season. “Lloydo was probably one of my favourites,” former coach Copping said. “He wasn’t a standout with ability, not the best kick or the best mark but he was really the heart and soul of the team. His attack on the ball is uncompromising, he is the ultimate team man and club man and you knew what you were going to get from him - always 100 percent.” Copping said Pearce-Raisin was the sort of player coaches loved

because you never doubted the effort he would put in or the intensity he would bring to the contest. “Every year he improved,” Copping said. “He really worked on his kicking and his marking.” Copping said Pearce-Raisin was able to graduate from a bench player to a required starter courtesy of his willingness to work on his skills. “He’s pretty raw in the game - he hasn’t been playing it a long time,” Copping said. “But he always brings intensity and hardness at the ball and always gives a contest - the one thing you know is he’s always got your back.” Pearce-Raisin spent the early part of his senior career as a ruckman but last year moved to centre half back and seems to have found his niche in a key defensive post. “He doesn’t mind kicking a goal but I think he’ll make his mark as a backman and back up ruckman,” Copping said.



Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.

Western Border Soccer Association premiership results Portland v International A Grade Inter 5 d Portland 2 B Grade Inter 5 d Portland 0 Under 17 Inter 8 d Portland 3 Under 14 Portland 3 d Inter 1 Under 12 Inter 9 d Portland 0

Sharks v Blue Lake A Grade Blue Lake 6 d Sharks 1 B Grade Sharks 3 d Blue Lake 1 Under 17 Sharks 4 d Blue Lake 1 Under 14 Sharks 4 d Blue Lake 1 Under 12 Blue Lake 3 d Sharks 1

Centrals v Apollo A Grade Centrals 2 d Apollo 1 B Grade Apollo 4 d Centrals 2 Under 17 Apollo 6 d Centrals 1 Under 14 Apollo 2 d Centrals 0 Under 12 Centrals 0 drew with Apollo 0

Naracoorte v Millicent A Grade Naracoorte 1 drew with Millicent 1 B Grade Millicent 5 d Naracoorte 0 Under 14 Naracoorte 10 d Millicent 0 Under 12 Naracoorte 10 d Millicent 0

Photos from top - Rhys Carman leads Nick Jenkin in the race for the ball in A grade Western Border action at McDonald Park at the weekend; East Gambier midcourter Brooke Dempsey was an influential player in East’s narrow loss to South Gambier; Jessie Little takes this intercept strongly in fron to South goaler Chantelle Weir. Little has been one of the standouts for the Bulldogs in a tough season and was again amongst their best on Saturday. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger. - 054


Far left - Classy South Gambier forward Brett Exelby takes a strong grab in space during the Demons’ narrow victory over a fast finishing East Gambier. Left - Gun Bulldogs recruit Toby Stribling looks for a team mate down field during Western Border football action at McDonald Park. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger.

Western Border Goalkickers Justin McConnell Brett Exelby Anthony Kilsby Nick Allen Glen Gascoyne Brad Cordy Zac Michau Ash Bryant

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

67 34 30 30 27 24 24 24

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

% 196.92 142.79 89.29 76.51 75.30 66.06

Pts 22 20 12 8 8 2



Under 17

South Gambier 4.2 10.7 11.8 16.10 (106) East Gambier 1.3 5.5 11.6 14.10 (94) Goals - South: A. Bryant 5; B. Exelby 3; L. Duncan, J. Ryan 2; T. Currie, B. O’Neil, B. Howard, S. Berkefeld. East: C. Anderson 7; C. Povey 5; K. Thomson, M. McCallum. Best - South: A. Bryant, J. Ryan, J. Wilson, B. O’Neil, B. Howard, B. Bryant. East: C. Anderson; C. Povey, N. Lock, T. Case, G. Beck. Casterton 4.1 8.4 13.8 17.12 (114) West Gambier 4.3 7.4 12.5 15.5 (95) Goals - Casterton: D. Ayton, A. McKenzie, B. Currie 3; A. Richardson, L. Girffin 2; S. Penfold. West: N. Allen 7; A. Cram, D. McElroy 2; S. Wenman, N. Lewis, L. Morton, J. Ferguson-Lane. Best - Casterton: D. Ayton, B. Currie, Z. Michau, Z. Howlett, L. Griffin, A. Richardson. West: S. Wenman, D. McElroy, L. Collins, E. King, A. Cram, B. Wilson. North Gambier 19.12 (126) Millicent 7.3 (45) Goals - North: J. McConnell 6; A. Kilsby 3; B. Egan, N. Moretti 2; T. Hosking, M. Ashby, P. Perry, T. Hatt, L. Symons, R. O’Grady. Millicent: G. Gascoyne 3; H. Nitschke 2; J. Hales, C. Haggett. Best - North: T. Hatt, P. Perry, D. Nulty, M. Quirk, B. Stafford, L. Symons. Millicent: J. Agnew, M. Redman, S. Withers, N. Robbins, C. Thomson, H. Nitschke.

East Gambier 2.1 3.5 8.8 10.12 (72) South Gambier 1.2 2.2 2.2 2.3 (15) Goals - East: J. Von Horan, B. Morton, J. Jones 2; Z. Thompson, B. Humphries, L. Lock, J. Dawe. South: P. Gale, R. Franchetto. Best - East: R. Janeway, B. Humphries, C. Lloyd-Fox, Z. Thompson, B. Pannenburg, T. Gordon. South: Z. King, J. Foster, J. Schleter, R. Whittaker, J. Tentye. North Gambier 4.6 11.9 18.13 25.18 (168) Millicent 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - North: S. Sochacki 8; N. Pasquazzi, M. McInerney 5; L. McKinnon, A. Boksem 2; J. Hunter, S. Kenny, W. Lewis. Millicent: H. Walshaw. Best - North: M. McInerney, S. Sochacki, J. Mansell, N. Pasquazzi, A. Anderson, L. McKinnon. Millicent: B. Fabris, H. Walshaw, C. Hobbs, J. McBain, J. Grimes, T. Shanks. Casterton 1.3 3.5 6.5 10.5 (65) West Gambier 1.0 2.2 5.2 6.3 (39) Goals - Casterton: B. Gill 4; T. Brody, S. Diegmann 2; O. Richardson, I. Forbes. West: B. Ross; J. Lock 2, R. Langley, J. Coombe. Best - Casterton: F. Kent, D. Wombwell, B. Gill, J. Carlin, M. Duerden, I. Forbes. West: A. Cram, J. Coombe, A. Pfitzner, R. Rutkowski, M. Kipping, J. Ross.

East Gambier 4.1 6.3 7.8 12.14 (86) South Gambier 2.2 2.2 2.4 2.5 (17) Goals - East: T. Younghusband 8; B. Creek, M. Ellis 2. South: S. Patzel, A. Medhurst. Best - East: M. White, J. Case, T. Younghusband, M. VanSchaik, N. Murray, R. Povey. South: J. Harvey, P. Harten, J. Tentye, D. Jones, R. Attiwill, C. Patzel. Casterton 4.3 7.5 12.7 17.7 (109) West Gambier 1.1 2.2 4.2 5.4 (34) Goals - Casterton: L. Killey 4; A. Sullivan, S. Koch 3; J. Killey, B. Gill, J. Broad 2; H. Smith. West: B. Lane 2; T. Lockwood, J. Triffitt, M. Weyers. Best - Casterton: L. Killey, D. Wombwell, S. Koch, M. Waters, Z. Cleary, J. Broad. West: B. Koop, B. Lane, K. Badman, T. King, C. Johnson, M. Weyers. North Gambier 6.7 9.11 14.18 18.19 (127) Millicent 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 (12) Goals - North: J. Schutz 5; J. Galpin, C. Hatt, T. Coonan 2; J. Yeates, J. Gibbs, T. Gibbs, G. Willoughby, J. Roughana. Millicent: B. Grosser 2. Best - North: M. Hensel, K. Opperman, A. Bowd, J. Schutz, J. Yeates, G. Willoughby. Millicent: B. Zalme, H. Reilly, B. Grosser, A. Thorne, L. Ferguson, S. Duncan.

Millicent 66 (D. Denton, L. Duldig) d North Gambier 42 (A. Campbell, M. Renko); South Gambier 60 (A. Boylan, A. Mourbey) d East Gambier 52 (R. Hines, J. Little); West Gambier 68 (L. Cram, E. Stafford) d Casterton 52 (G. Sealey, S. Guthrie).

A Reserve West Gambier 59 (K. Rolton, C. Selleck) d Casterton 36 (A. Shannon, T. Cleary); East Gambier 44 (B. Hines, S. Zvirgdins) d South Gambier 41 (T. Hemmings-Dunn, E. Gazzard); Millicent 52 (T. Haggett, J. Bowman) d North Gambier 41 (A. Flett, H. Whelan).

B Grade North Gambier 65 (A. Close, G. McInerney) d Millicent 53 (A. Sharp, K. Lynch); East Gambier 62 (Z. Tomkinson, N. McIntyre) d South Gambier 36 (L. deBreuk, K. Jennings); Casterton 54 (S. Jarrad, T. Guthrie) d West Gambier 34 (K. Mitchell, S. Cummins).

C Grade

Under 15


WB Netball Results A Grade

South Gambier 1.1 3.2 3.3 5.4 (34) East Gambier 1.1 2.3 4.5 4.7 (31) Goals - South: P. Gale, S. Walker, L. Denton, I. Manterfield. East: F. Lynch, B. Rathjen, T. Lockwood, B. McMillan. Best - South: P. Page, L. Muller, R. Broome, D. Ridding, T. Opie. East: Z. Young, N. Doll, H. Mansell, F. Lunch, H. Battye, L. Dohrmann. North Gambier 3.1 5.4 8.7 9.8 (62) Millicent 3.1 3.1 3.3 4.3 (27) Goals - North: L. Hunt, B. Close 2; N. Steen, N. Brown, T. Bruhn, W. Nankivell, T. Brookes. Millicent: J. Reilly 2; N. Robinson, J. Grimes. Best - North: B. Close, L. Black, W. Nankivell, T. Brookes, N. Brown, T. Wilson-Smith. Millicent: J. Grimes, B. Kenny, T. Palmer, J. Reilly, M. Gordon. Casterton 2.1 2.4 3.4 3.6 (24) West Gambier 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.3 (15) Goals - Casterton: A. Naylor 2; B. Millard. West: none supplied. Best - Casterton: B. Kennewell, J. Sheppard, C. McCombe, W. Kerr, C. Jarrad. West: K. Giddings, B. Aberle, J. Stratman, N. Tilley, L. Lean, B. Tilley

North Gambier 43 (S. McInerney, K. Beames) d Millicent 33 (B. Shanks, K. Ryan); East Gambier 71 (D. Waters, M. Wichman) d South Gambier 18 (E. Harvey, E. Bull); West Gambier 47 (H. Bartolo, B. Humphries) d Casterton 25 (M. Gorman, E. Thomson).

17 and under North Gambier 47 (M. Gazzard, T. Woodall) d Millicent 16 (N. Potter, S. Houlihan); East Gambier 52 (R. Hines, T. Gray) d South Gambier 13 (M. Lawler, C. Haggett); Casterton 38 (T. Guthrie, A. Gorman) d West Gambier 18 (M. Muhovics, T. Earl).

15 and under North Gambier 34 (E. Beames, A. Hood) d Millicent 26 (A. Walker, E. Joiner); East Gambier 56 (T. Gray, M. Wilson) d South Gambier 16 (H. Whittaker, L. Lockwood); West Gambier 34 (O. McEvoy, G. Hunter) d Casterton 27 (T. McIntosh, A. Keatley).

13 and under North Gambier 43 (L. Ross, G. Hood) d Millicent 24 (S. Ferguson, M. Turner); South Gambier 57 (F. Clayton, Z. Duncan) d East Gambier 19 (M. Freeman, S. Smith).



SEABL Pioneers

secure double chance

The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers look set to claim top spot on the South Conference standings at the end of the regular season courtesy of Friday night’s impressive victory over Sandringham. That victory has the Pioneers sitting two victories clear of second ranked Nunawading, with the Spectres heading to Tasmania for that tough road double in the final round. In a perfect world, the Pioneers would have put the issue beyond doubt with a win Saturday night over Brisbane, but the Spartans finished the stronger and on the back of a 42 point shooting performance, that included seven from 11 from three point territory, from Scott Kenny. “If you weren’t a Pioneer you would be sitting back and saying ‘wow’,” Pioneers coach Richard Hill said. “He (Kenny) just had a ridiculous night.” The Pioneers were actually eight points up with a minute and a half to play in the third but went into the final quarter one point down and it was the Spartans that seemed to have the legs in the final stanza. “We didn’t have anybody that played at the top of their game,” Hill said. “Tom (Daly) was solid and given Brad (Hill) had played four games in five days he was decent but most of the others sort of struggled a little bit.” Daly finished with 24 points, while Hill put up 22 points and pulled in nine rebounds. Titus Robinson was also influential with 15 points and seven rebounds, while newly NBL signed Erik Burdon finished with 15 points that included three from five from beyond the arc. Brisbane dominated the offensive boards, while the Pioneers got the better of the free throw shooting but those two statistics aside, the game was as even as the 10 point margin suggests. In contrast, Friday night was one of

the better performances by the Pioneers, with the 23-7 second quarter all but putting the result beyond doubt as the home side went into the locker room at half time with a 23 point margin. The game was textbook Pioneers with an even contribution on the scoreboard in what was a genuine team effort. Tom Daly distributed the ball well and when he was resting Matt Sutton didn’t miss a beat in running the offence, while Ben Allen, Hill, Jan Warbout and Robinson all had an impact on the boards. Hill scored a game high 24 points, while Burdon (17); Allen (17); Robinson (12); Warbout (12) and Daly (10) all hit the scoreboard to keep the Sabres guessing as to who was the go to shooter. “I thought we were pretty good on Friday night,” Hill said. “Everybody had a good game. We had set ourselves to perform well, to keep chalking up more wins, it was crucial to lock away the double chance.” The coach is also not concerned the NBL commitments of three of the playing group will impede preparations for the final round or the play offs. Burdon is in Perth this week and will meet the group in Bendigo on Friday, while Hill and Allen are now back in Mount Gambier for a fortnight after a week of training and practice matches with the Sydney Kings. The duo has a training camp the following week so the ideal scenario would be the Pioneers winning the first final and then have a weekend off. Both the Kings and Wildcats have ensured Pioneers hierarchy that the NBL reprsentatives will be available for all matches, with the disruptions only being to training sessions.



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10 LARGE SQUARE HAY BALES. $85 each. Phone 8723 2523. OL-493 -----------------------------------------12X6 CAR TRAILER, Tandem, Alloy Wheels, New Paint, Good Condition $3000 TUV-551. Ph 0417 807 957. OL-494 -----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------FIREWOOD quality redgum $120 a metre, 6 metre loads and up. Ph 0407 036 407. OL-493 ------------------------------------------


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. 499 ------------------------------------------


GO-KART - New 125cc engine, 4 speed, Arrow AX6 chassis, Burris dirt tyres and large rims. View at Andrew Bruhn Sheetmetal, Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. $1000. 498 ------------------------------------------

GO-KART - As new, 250cc 4 stroke engine, 5 speed, front disc brakes, paddle clutch and shifter. View at Andrew Bruhn Sheetmetal, Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. $1500. 498 -----------------------------------------HARDWOOD SLEEPERS s/h x 2.4mt 20 at $7ea. Ph 8725 1329. 495 -----------------------------------------IN-STORE SALE - Boots, Clothing & PPE - SALE ENDS JULY 31. Advance Safety, 13 Calula Drive, Mount Gambier Ph 1300 305 275. OL-498 -----------------------------------------QS BED BASE $80 white gold top. Deb/wedding dress $80 size 20. Must sell. Ph 08 8725 9714 or 0487 333 011. 493 -----------------------------------------WALKER TEXAS RANGE DVD - Complete Series, compiling of 8 boxes. $70.00 all in very good condition. Phone 0427 957 965. 496 ------------------------------------------


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. EPA Lic 23063. 504 -----------------------------------------FREE DISPOSAL of steel, Batteries & Old cars at Metalcycle, 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. 08 8723 2523. OL-493 ------------------------------------------


MASSAGE THERAPIST consulting at Liana’s wellness centre. Mondays to Fridays 9am to 5:30pm (6:30pm on Thursdays) Phone 08 8725 2306. OL-493 ------------------------------------------

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

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of South Australia’s Skills for All initiative. Eligibility criteria apply. (Incidental costs may apply) TAFE SA is a Skills for All Training Provider. or Roberto, P: 8735 1513

01 YAMAHA R6 near new tyres new fairing kit new tail tidy good condition. Ph 0405 257 971 $5000 OL-494 -----------------------------------------1986 HONDA XBR 500 Road bike, new tyres, new chain and sprockets. Only 25,237 kms. Good original condition $4,500, 08 8725 1163. OL-492 ------------------------------------------


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1991 XF UTE Factory 5 speed + set 5 15” wheels canopy $900.00. JG236R66238C. Ph 0450 533 335. OL-494 -----------------------------------------2003 ST-R NAVARA TD. Canopy, cruise, tints, uhf, tow bar, bull bar, tub liner, long range fuel tank, good tyres. Refer Gumtree, auto, keyword Nangwarry for photos. Great order, $17,000 negotiable. S629AXT. Ph 8739 7316. OL-495 -----------------------------------------2005 FORD BA FALCON WAGON - white, 19” alloys, dedicated Tickford gas, sports auto, tow bar, tint, cruise. $6500 ono. Ph 0417 285 163 . 499 -----------------------------------------AUTOCITY - checkout some new arrivals at www.autocity. 168 jubilee hwy west - “ locally owned & operated” Ph 08 8725 8913 - 0419 031 883. LVD 251298. 493 -----------------------------------------FORD TRANSIT VAN 2010 S289AOY turbo diesel, L.W.B. towbar, excellent condition, 97,000kms. $25,900 Ph 0411 647 080. -----------------------------------------HOLDEN CARRY VAN Suit farm use. no reg. spare wheels, runs ok, needs battery. $100. Ph 0417 285 163. 500 -----------------------------------------HOLDEN JACKAROO, 1989. Turbo diesel, 5 speed manual. 291,000kms. Good condition. $2,950 ono. VFY715. Ph 0438 268 114. OL-493 -----------------------------------------HYUNDAI I-LOAD VAN - white, very economical dual fuel, 5 speed, CD, a/c, p/s, airbag, twin side doors. Great van. XTW-811. $16,000. Ph 0417 285 163 . 499 -----------------------------------------LANDCRUISER, SWB, soft top, 6 cylinder petrol, lots spent, close to RWC $2900 O.N.O. 2F666413. Ph 03 5570 0504. OL-494 -----------------------------------------494


MOTOR VEHICLES NISSAN PATHFINDER late 2002 4X4 Wagon, Automatic with Low Km, Bull Bar and Tow Bar, with an Electric Brake Control, UHF Radio, Roof Rack, and Cargo Bay Rack, near new tires. 3 months rego all service records are current. XLE851. $8,500 O.N.O. Phone 0411 458 660 or 08 8723 5850. OL-493 -----------------------------------------POLISHED ALUMINIUM BULL BAR for Musso Sports. Brand new, never been fitted. Half new price. 0466 978 244. OL-493 -----------------------------------------RADIATORS Stocking Quality Brands, over 300 Part Numbers in Stock. LAKE CITY RADIATIORS, Est 1997, 7 Wattle Street, Mount Gambier. Ph 8725 8938. OL-494 -----------------------------------------TYRES New and used. Fitting Available, Alloy Rims from $20, Batteries from $40. LAKE CITY RADIATORS, 7 Wattle Street, Mount Gambier. Ph 8725 8938. OL-494 -----------------------------------------WRECKING - 85 Hilux LPG 4WD, 95 Commodore Wagon LPG, Parts and Panels. Ph 03 5570 0504. OL-494 -----------------------------------------XW XY ZC ZD FALCONS, Fairmonts, Fairlanes wanted to wreck or restore. Complete cars or parts, private buyer. Ph 0409 838 048. W-LINC ------------------------------------------


NON SMOKER, NON DRINKER need a room in a good home with a caring lady 25 to 50yrs. All areas okay. Ring Ronald Cuffe on 8725 7200 after 8.00am. 493 ------------------------------------------


BUFFALO RIVERINE X cows, calves for breeding pets or meat Western Victoria. Ph 0466 978 244. OL-493 -----------------------------------------COCKATIELS. Greys & Pieds. Hatched 2013. $20 - $25. Contact Tony 0437 258 361. 495 -----------------------------------------GREEN CHEEKED CONURE. Cinnamon. Female. Could breed this season. $70. Contact Tony 0437 258 361. 495 -----------------------------------------LABRADOR GOLDEN PUPS immunized, vet checked etc. Any enquiries phone 0408 846 383. $575. 493 -----------------------------------------POL PULLETS $16, pot roosters $8, ducks, geese & sheep Ph 08 8725 1482. 495 ------------------------------------------


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. 495 -----------------------------------------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 Local Mount Gambier Area Call Paul 0437 812 115. -----------------------------------------504


MODERN NEAR NEW HOME/ PORTLAND $340,000. beautiful coastal town, 90 Derril Rd - private sale - inspect any time, 4xBedroom, 2xBathroom, 2xGarage. Call Leah for details: 0438 056 605. Email: shredded OL-494 ------------------------------------------

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. 495 ------------------------------------------

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

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SNAPPER COMPETITION 2014 Whyalla, expressions of interest, car/boat supplied, share costs. Ph 08 8723 1848. -----------------------------------------493



63YR OLD AUSSIE LADY would like to meet genuine Aussie male for friendship and relationship. Only genuine callers. Phone Sue-Anne 0459 603 166. OL-493 -----------------------------------------HEALTHY GUY wants a serious relationship with a spunky lady 25 to 50yrs old. Ring Ronald Cuffe 8725 7200 after 8.00am. 493 ------------------------------------------


LPG Conversion Rebate $1000 Don’t waste your $$$ Convert Today! Closed Mondays. Open 8.30-4.00 Tuesday - Friday

Specialising in: • Tune Ups • LPG Tune Ups & Servicing • Engine Rebuilding • Gas Tank 10 year servicing • Clutch & Brake Relining • LPG Conversion (FREE estimates available) • Gas

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BOBCAT AND TIPPER TRUCK work wanted, very reasonable rates. Phone Kane on 0407 431 486. 496 -----------------------------------------LOOKING FOR BRICKWORK - Brick, stone & paving work wanted. Small or large jobs. Will travel. BLD 231035. Ph 0418 838 684. 499 -----------------------------------------MARY’S IRONING SERVICE cheap rates phone 0450 133 826. 493 ------------------------------------------


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Automatic turbo diesel, 1 owner, full log book records, bluetooth, climate control, 17” alloy wheels, 7 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCL-617. Internet ID: 20564

Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, tinted windows, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power steering, power windows. XPP-838. Internet ID: 20565

Auto turbo diesel, 7 seats, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, tinted windows, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCK-304.Was $25,990. Internet ID: 20563

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











Auto, 17” alloys, anti lock brakes, 2 zone climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise, leather seats, power windows. XRW-350. Was $26,990. Internet ID: 20670

Automatic, 19” alloy wheels, climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, sat nav. XVH-088. Was $33,990.

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 4 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. ZUF-750.Was $24,990. Internet ID: 20679

Automatic, 2 door 2 seat utility, 10,950kms, 18” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, dual airbags, body kit, calipers, CD player, central locking, cruise control, leather seats. S858AJS. Internet ID: 20707



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5 speed manual turbo diesel, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power windows. XJK-914.

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Automatic, 15’ alloy wheels, air conditioning, 4 airbags, CD player, central locking, tinted windows, power windows, cruise control. SEW932. Internet ID: 20686

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