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LOCAL Funding Glenelg Shire Council has welcomed an ALP election funding pledge for the upgrade of aquatic facilities located in Portland, Heywood, Merino and Casterton. Michael Barling, Labor candidate for Wannon, visited the Portland YMCA last Wednesday to welcome funding of $394,975 under the Regional Development Australia Fund (RDAF) round five. Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that the funding commitment would enable council to renovate the facilities to provide safe and attractive swimming pools for the community. “The current


pledge on eve of vote facilities were built in the 1960s and 1970s, and they are well loved and used, with approximately 142,000 attendances each year,” Cr Stephens said. “Recent community consultation undertaken through council’s aquatics services strategy identified that residents believe the facility is in need of refurbishment. “An upgrade of these facilities would lead to increased usage and enjoyment by the community. “As we have identified in our Draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan, we need to encourage our

community to be more active and engaged in physical activity. “Revitalising our pools would encourage more people to swim and take part in a range of water activities, providing opportunities for social connection and improving the wellbeing of residents. “The provision of new and additional solar blankets and hot water systems will also ensure that our facilities are more environmentally sustainable and less costly for us to operate.” Glenelg Shire Council approved an application for funding of $394,975 under the

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.

tempt the tastebuds Regional Development Australia Fund (RDAF) round five for the Glenelg aquatics infrastructure upgrade in July. Above - Mayor Cr Karen Stephens accepts rthe funding pledge from Labor candidate for Wannon Michael Barling as his wife looks on.

health chief in town

Portland District Health’s new Primary Care and Community Health director Fiona Heenan is seeking an integrated approach to tackle the region’s priority health issues. Ms Heenan will start in her new role on September 16 and is looking forward to working with and listening to the community. “There is already fantastic work happening at PDH and in the community and we will be looking to build on that,” she said. “We have priority areas that we need to address, such as our high levels of diabetes, chronic asthma, obesity, drug & alcohol and lack of physical exercise. “We will be aiming to promote healthy Portland and district communities through preventative or early detection approaches for chronic conditions such as diabetes. It is important to enhance service coordination and quality of care to ensure equal access to all services and health promotion- prevention programs.” Part of Ms Heenan’s role involves working with the Active Health Portland board and director of clinical services Doctor Margaret Garde to ensure services and health promotion activities are integrated. Ms Heenan will also continue to work closely with the Glenelg Shire Municipal Public Health & Wellbeing Plan and other partners to deliver the PDH Strategic Plan. “Over the next two years we will be aligning the primary care and community health vision by working with and listening to the community as we strive for excellence in rural health provision,” she said. For the past

four years Ms Heenan has been Primary Care director at Heywood Rural Health. She previously worked for PDH for six months in establishing a chronic disease program and also worked in project management for the Southern Grampians and Glenelg Primary Care Partnership. “I enjoyed my time at PDH and it is an exciting time to return,” she said. “I have a career plan and this role was a great opportunity to extend myself in an executive level position. “It is pleasing that the position provides

opportunities to elevate primary care at the executive level of PDH.” After studying at Deakin University in Geelong to become a nurse, Ms Heenan worked for 20 years in Melbourne mainly in diabetes and chronic disease management roles and as a clinical nurse consultant. Ms Heenan was raised on a sheep and cattle farm at Tyrendarra and now lives in Portland with her husband Dean Willey and

Scallop & Pancetta Stack 5 slices pancetta 600g (4 cups) frozen baby peas 50g butter 1 tbs olive oil 30 scallops, without roe 10 x 1cm-thick slices crusty sourdough Vienna loaf, toasted 1 garlic clove, peeled, halved 30g baby rocket leaves 2 tbs Fig Balsamic Glaze Method their children Jessica, 7, and Marcus 5. Above - Fiona Heenan.

Preheat oven to 200°C. Place the pancetta on a baking tray. Bake in oven for 10-15 minutes or until crisp and golden. Break into large

pieces. Meanwhile, cook the peas in a saucepan of boiling water for 3-4 minutes or until tender. Drain and return to the pan. Add the butter and use a potato masher to mash until crushed. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Add half the scallops and cook for 1-2 minutes each side or until golden and just cooked through. Transfer to a plate and cover with foil to keep warm. Repeat with the remaining scallops. Rub 1 side of the toast with the cut side of garlic. Divide, garlic-side up, among serving plates. Top with peas, scallops, pancetta and rocket. Drizzle glaze around the stacks to serve.



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1.1967. 2. Joan Lindsay. 3.Johannesburg, South Africa. 4. The Power of One. 5. 2011. 6. Norman Lindsay. 7. Albert. 8. Elsey Station. 9. Jeannie Gunn. 10. Patrick White. 11. Rufus Dawes. 12.Miles Franklin.


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Dr. Emma Nolan and Kerryn Harvey of Odyssey Vein Clinic have been visiting Mount Gambier monthly for more than three years and are, probably, best known for the non surgical treatment of varicose leg veins and cosmetic injectable procedures. ’We tend to find that we are busiest with the leg veins a couple of months prior to summer,” Dr Nolan said. “What people don’t realize is that varicose veins, especially, may take

some months to fade completely and the ideal time to tackle this problem is in the winter months so the legs look good for summer.” Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy (UGS) is a walk in, walk out procedure with no time off work or away from usual activities. Odyssey also offers non surgical facial rejuvenation. “We are finding that the cos-metic side of our business in the Mount is growing,” Dr Nolan explained. “Anti wrinkle injections and dermal fillers are a great way

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So much of life is about timing and that’s very much the case for Leah Mullen and Carla Anderson. The duo was presented with the opportunity to take over Travel O’Connor around six months ago and it didn’t take much discussion at all for the girls to decide to take up the challenge. “We are friends as well as having had a healthy respect for each other within the industry,” Leah said. “The timing was perfect and we were both ready at the same time to do something like this,” Carla said. “In the end we made the decision pretty quickly and then just had to get the paperwork in order.” Both girls are accidental travel agents - Leah studying recreation planning and management initially and Carla completing a teaching diploma. “I was in Adelaide and I got a job

in recreation but realised it wasn’t really what I wanted,” Leah said. That’s when work in the travel industry enticed Leah and after gaining a few years of experience on one side of the counter she then decided to head off herself for her own international adventure. When she returned to Mount Gambier, her passion for travel seemed the most logical career path to follow and so with no airline experience she fronted up to O’Connor Airlines and offered to help in the wake of the collapse of Ansett and subsequently Kendell Airlines. “The demand for booking holidays at O’Connor’s was increasing and there was a need to start a travel agency which I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to manage,” Leah said. Carla’s journey to travel consulting

started overseas. “When I finished my Diploma of Teaching I felt like I needed a break so I applied for a UK working holiday visa and based myelf in London for three years before returning to Cairns with my newfound passion and was lucky enough to get my first job in the travel industry,” she said. Carla later moved to Melbourne, also working in travel and then came love and her move to Mount Gambier. “Carla has been almost everywhere and she can advise clients on every destination they can think of,” Leah said. “As for me I get very unsettled if I’m in the same postcode for too long, and enjoy experiencing new surroundings and cultures.” Both girls believe travel is good for the soul and gives you an appreciation not just of another culture but a greater

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appreciation of your own life. To ensure a smooth transition for their clients, the girls have maintained the Travel O’Connor name but starting with the office relocation to the rear of the RSL on Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier, the girls are moving towards a business relaunch and sooner rather than later will be known as Tailor Made Travel Mount Gambier. “The name of the company goes along with our business ethos,” Carla said. “Tailor made holidays is what we want to be about, not a stock standard package deal.” Membership of Travelscene American Express, which is set to unveil some exciting changes, means the girls can provide increased buying power. The girls, who also have another Travel O’Connor graduate Ashlee Cutting on staff as their third consultant, are all about service - from the initial enquiry to your return

home. “Ashlee was always a part of the equation and we wanted her as part of our team from the outset,” Carla said. The trio are all about personalised customer service and doing everything they can to plan the perfect trip - whether it’s an overnighter for business or an extended world tour. “We want to be there for our clients from the start of the process to the end,” Leah said. “As far as we’re concerned our job isn’t finished until we place our welcome home call and check everything went as planned.” All three girls love the people contact that working in the travel industry provides, as well as the diversity of the industry. “Every day is different and there are always new challenges,” Leah said. “You never know it all and things are always changing.”

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Max and Sue Seebohm at Gambier Coachlines presented a cheque to the Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group for $3564.55 last Wednesday. Max first had the idea to use the PINK coach packages for a fundraiser and thought it was very fitting to link PINK the performer with the PINK for breast cancer. So it was decided, Gambier Coachlines would donate $5 from each person that travelled with them to see PINK in concert in July and August of this year. After speaking to Helen Guthridge, a loyal Gambier Coachlines customer and breast cancer survivor they also came up with the idea of passing a money tin around the coach as well, and it was this generosity

Until October 15 - Souvenir - PORTLAND MARITIME DISCOVERY CENTRE Postcards and souvenirs from Portland dating from the late 19th century 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.

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South East. Feedback to date has been overwhelmingly positive, with other South East breast cancer fundraisers also keen to donate their proceeds to the cause and help women in their own backyards. The Helping Hand Bags are an initiative of the long running Mount Gambier Breast Cancer

Awareness Group, which held its first annual fundraising luncheon at the then Commodore Motel in October 2000. Above - Loraine Baron; Helen Guthridge receive the generous PINK donation from Max and Sue Seebohm.

awareness of violence against women In 2012 Bonnie Stewart established the non-profit organisation With Love & Lipstick to raise awareness about violence against women. Last year Bonnie

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that added more than $1000 to the $2500 Gambier Coachlines donation. Max’s only stipulation in all of this was that the money was to stay local and not be sent away to national research so the Helping Hand Bags initiative looked to be a great cause to support. The Helping Hand Bags concept was launched at the group’s major fundraising luncheon last October, as a way of keeping locally generated funds local and providing assistance at a grassroots level to those who need it most. The bags are filled with grocery, pharmaceutical and fuel vouchers from South East businesses and distributed anonymously to women in need by local health care providers in the lower

collected more than 350 boxes of love to distribute to the many women and children who are supported by the Adelaide women’s shelters. The campaign was launched this year on August 1 and will run through till November 25, which is White Ribbon Day. In Australia one in three women will experience some form of violence in their

lifetime, it is time to break the silence. This year Nicole Milosevic is launching the campaign in the South East to provide boxes of love to the women and children using the Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service in Mount Gambier. The aim is to collect 50 boxes by the end of November. Organisers are hoping people in the community will make a box of love, filled with items listed below and donate it to the Mount Gambier Police Station. Women’s - Photo Frame; Bobby Pins; Hair Ties; Make-up Wipes; Dry Shampoo; Hand Sanitiser; Scented Candles; Shower Cap; Hair Wrap; Clips; Make-up; Key Ring; Body Wash; Hairbrush; Lip gloss; Nail Polish; Perfume; Magazines; Moisturiser; Hand Cream; Manicure Set; Hairspray. Children’s - Bouncy Ball; Bubbles; Skipping Rope; Drawing Pad; Stickers; Chalk; Crayons; Pens; Pencils; Lunchbox; Puzzle.

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5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION






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

• 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

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23 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley STYLISH SEASIDE RESIDENCE



• 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






• 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 PRICED AT $110,000


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

PRICED AT $315,000

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.



• Solid mber kitchen with BI dishwasher and pantry. • Rear pa o & double garage/workshop. • All of this with fresh neutral tones & low maintainence throughout.



27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!




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

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• 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

3 Gerloff Street ROOM TO MOVE




• Large three bedroom stone family home • Main bedroom with parents retreat • Two bedrooms with BIR’s • Formal lounge room • Modern kitchen with B/Bar to dining area Huge family room with s/c wood heater Main bedroom plus 2nd shower and w.c in laundry • Double garage and pa o area

• 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 $259,000

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• 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





• 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.

Everything is LEASED! 14 Tallara Avenue INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY






• 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

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• 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

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BRING THE FAMILY ALONG Spacious family home on level allotment with handy side access. Three distinct living areas with front lounge, family & separate home theatre room. Large main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. 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. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR.

332 Cafpirco Road, Compton


LIVE THE DREAM Quaint & character filled cottage with modern extension on approximately 6 acres. 3 bedrooms, main with WIR + French doors to private courtyard. Cosy formal lounge. Rear extension has family, dining & kitchen w/ electric cooking & dishwasher + S/C heating. Fully fenced heating swimming pool. Chook yard + ample shedding. You will fall in love with country living at its best.

47 Bertha Street


16 Shaughnessy Court

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.

1 Ewens Court


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

4/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $239,000

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OPEN SATURDAY 12.30 - 1.00pm IT’S ABOUT LOCATION Outstanding Character Home comprising of 4 bedrooms + Study Nook. Attention to Detail throughout, with ornate fireplaces, and superb polished boards. Decadent Formal Lounge with stunning mantel and gas log fire. An Entertainer’s kitchen in Redgum Timber with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Spacious dining area that spills through French doors to Superb Outdoor Entertaining Area overlooking Self Cleaning, Heated Swimming Pool.

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15 Arlington Terrace

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

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.

124 North Terrace


ITS ALL CLASS Stunning home, designed with modern French Provincial themes. Luxurious and quality fittings through out. Four bedrooms with main featuring beautiful ensuite and huge walk in robe. Gracious formal lounge and dining room with French doors opening to private yard with established gardens. Open plan living with very well appointed kitchen and massive walk in pantry. Fourth bedroom currently utilized as studio. Third shower and toilet to service in ground pool and spa. Over 100sqm of garaging with high clearance doorways. Set on an allotment of approximately 1909sqm. Too much to describe.

11A Shepherdson Road


NOT JUST ANOTHER UNIT Renovate and immaculately presented 2 bedroom unit. Located in the lakes area. Open plan kitchen, dining lounge area. 3 Way main bathroom with different access from main bedroom. Elevated decking with views of the city. Internal access from single garage under the main roof. Cute rear courtyard. Neutral decor throughout. Split

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

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. 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 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 40 Wehl St Nrth - 4 bedrm home, main w/WIR, 2 w/ BIR’s. Open plan Kitch/Dine/Lounge area. Kitch w/ dishwasher. Seperate sleep out. Double carport. Avail 16/9/13 @ $320 p/wk

4-5 Leslie Court, Donovans


PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


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

I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225


$149,000 - $159,000

RECEPTION Rhea Penafiel 08 8725 4225

10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier - 009


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

3/1 Millard Street

SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782



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 1/102 Wehl St - Open plan kitch/ dining/ lounge. Gas cooking/ heating/ hot water. Bathroom w/ separate shower and toilet. Quiet block of 3 units. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $140 p/wk 3/102 Wehl St - Freshly painted 2 bedrm unit. Lounge & kitch w/ gas heating & cooking. Bathroom w/ new vanity. Sorry no pets. Avail 26/9/13 @ $150 p/wk 1/218 Commercial St West - 3 bedrm house short walk to main street. Compact kitchen/dining. Seperate lounge. Low maintenance yard. Sorry no pets. Avail 3/9/13 @ $170 p/wk 2 Derwent Crt - Easy maintenance 3 bedrm home. R/C air con + gas heating. Main bedrm w/WIR other 2 w/ BIR’s. Double garage + extra parking. Park just accross the road. Avail 9/10/13 @ $230 p/wk


GREAT FAMILY HOME IN A GREAT SPOT Neat brick home located in quiet & convenient culdesac, close to city. All bedrooms with built ins & main has ensuite. Separate lounge & rumpus room. Open plan family/ dining & kitchen. Spacious timber kitchen with gas hot plates, electric oven & dishwasher. Three way main bathroom with corner spa bath. Ducted gas heating & split system a/c. Gabled pergola overlooks large & deep rear yard. Large garage with room for 2 vehicles + ample workshop area + carport.


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


I RLA 204710





36 Harrald Street Mount Gambier





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Development Site Would suit block of units, houses or retirement village. STCA Includes two bedroom stone home centrally located in Mount Gambier Auction on site 4/10/13 at 12 noon unless sold beforehand.

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$165,000 + SAV

• • • •

Great location on main busy highway Easy to operate Long term lease Plenty of storage Easy family run busines Good figures


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

door • Large sunroom plus external entertaining room






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



44 Underwood Avenue Mount Gambier


1 $213,000

• Three bedrooms, main has walk thru robe and ensuite, other two bedrooms have built-in robes • Open plan kitchen / dining room • Separate dining area plus large lounge room • Tiled bathroom with shower, bath and separate toilet Single garage plus small garden shed • Currently leased periodic at $250 per week.


16 Wilson Street Mount Gambier


2 $199,500

Well presented 2-3 bedroom home • Open plan kitchen/family area with gas log fire • Huge light and bright lounge room • Large main bathroom + extra shower & vanity in laundry • Land approx 945m2 in a great central location








37 Canavan Road Mount Gambier

2 Noora Court Mount Gambier

Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier



3 30 Umpherston Street Mount Gambier



3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier

1 $225,000

• 3 bedroom stone home with entrance hall and lounge with gas heating. Kitchen/dining room with open fire place. • Additional porch at rear. • Large garage measuring 8mx6m plus car port. • Land area of approx 753m2




1 $231,500

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


1A Coolabah Street Mount Gambier


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


1 7 Ronald Grove Mount Gambier



• 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 with built ins • Large open plan living with S/C heating & A/C • Solid timber kitchen with as new stainless steel oven & cook top Plus Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher • Stunning conservatory style dining room • Superb outdoor entertaining area - 010


3 14 Wilga Road Mount Gambier


2 $299,000

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









61 Dalkeith Drive Mount Gambier


39 Wehl Street Mount Gambier


9 Ridgeview Court 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

• All bedrooms have built-in robes & the main bedroom has an elegant ensuite and study • 2 living areas, a large open style family room and large kitchen, a home theatre room for

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



6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier

• Main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Other three

2 • Large yard of approx 1022m • Garage, double carport, enclosed entertaining area

entertainment adjacent to an internal atrium • North facing large jarrah deck















ed • This beautifully designed 3 level home is construct 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 landscaped gardens



Former Tarpeena Caravan Park Tarpeena

11 Railway Terrace Nangwarry



51 Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier • • • •







29 Dohle Road Mount Gambier


• 1.44ha rural living property • Historic villa style home of 8 large rooms and 2 bathrooms • Outbuildings include 1865 converted stone barn, large Colorbond shed, garages plus heaps more. • Rare opportunity to purchase impressive property • 4.7km from the city centre.

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

Colorbond garage • Conveniently located level ¾ area allotment


• Previously operated for many years as a caravan park • Approx 1639 m2 • Power and water available on this block. • Build your dream home on this large allotment in this quiet country town • Approx 20km from Mount Gambier

2 $75,000

• Four bedroom plus study home on a huge allotment • Plenty of shedding. Upgraded bathroom • Upgraded kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking • R/C A/C in kitchen / dining area • Slow combustion heating in lounge room • Rear undercover entertaining area








2 Lot 1 Crowe Street Kalangadoo


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


6 Morphett Terrace Tarpeena




$150,000 - $160,000

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

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

30 Laffer Street Nangwarry



8 $189,000

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

577 Burston Road Glencoe


1 $225,000

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



• 23 Moonah Avenue


• 5/54 Jubilee Highway West


• 8 Crnr Sturt & Union Street


• 3/36 Jubilee Highway West


• Lot 3 Oldbridge Road


• 4,5/8 Helen Street


• 22 Lasletts Road


• 1/35 O’Halloran Terrace



• 2/8 Lake Terrace West



• 6/7 Arbor Street


Nelson Road Mount Gambier

• Lot 15 Neil Black Street


• 2/22 Underwood Avenue


• 11 Stonehaven Avenue


• 19 Sturt Street


• Attractive residential development • Various size allotments from 700m2 • Rural living allotments of 3000m2 • If required 3000m2 can be divided into 1500m2 at $105,000 each (SUBJECT TO PLANNING

• 39 Oldbridge Road


• 46 Beach Road


• Lot 9 Neil Black Street






Lot 10 Springs Road Glencoe





Meaghan Domaschenz 0408 250 505 - 011


$92,000 - $145,000

08 8723 0633 5 Pinecrest Court, Mount Gambier


17 Longmire Tce, Mount Gambier


16 Olinda Court, Mount Gambier


20 Turnbull Drive, Mt Gambier









• 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 4-5 2 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

WEB Id. 5638581 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

2/24 Powell Street, Mount Gambier $215,000

7 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier $359,000

MAKE THIS YOUR TOP PRIORITY • 3 Bedroom brick family home • 3 Large living areas • Master with bay window, ensuite & WIR • Stylish homely kitchen, dining & family room




• 2 bedroom compact homette • Quiet cul-de-sac next to parkland • Open plan lounge, dining and galley kitchen • Large master bedroom with mirrored robes • Bathroom with separate bath and shower recess • Small garden with fern house WEB Id. 5696862 2 1 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• 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

30 Eglington Terrace, Mt Gambier

\2 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier





NEW OPEN SAT SEPT 14 12.00-12.30PM • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and wi robe • Formal lounge • Open plan Kitchen meals Family area • Spacious 3 way bathroom • Great outdoor patio area 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

IT WON’T LAST LONG CALL TODAY • Solid brick & stone home unit • R/C air conditioning in lounge with brick feature wall • Stylish kitchen with under bench electric oven and hot plate WEB Id. 5638464 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410






17 Bertha Street and 12-14 George Street, Mount Gambier EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE FRIDAY 13TH @ 12 NOON

• 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

Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

333 Hinton Road, Suttontown

32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo


• • • • •

SOLID INVESTMENT GREAT STARTER Stone home with near new roof 2 living areas and lovely kitchen Secure rear yard Direct Access inside from large carport



APPROX 2986sqm ON 3 TITLES 37.41m Bertha Street frontage 3 1 1 31.86m George Street frontage 3 bedroom character stone home 2 x 2 bedroom villa style maisonettes Large parcel of land within walking distance to main city centre. WEB Id. 5623235 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

4 Calvary Court, Mt Gambier

• Subdivision potential STCC 2 2 • Highest and best offers by 12 noon on 13th September 2013




Auction: Sat 28th Sept @11am on Site

OPEN SAT SEPT 14 1.15-1.45PM & SUN SEPT 15

OPEN SAT SEPT 14 • • • • •



• 6 ½ acre lifestyle property featuring a brick & tile three bedroom home with an additional detached bedroom • Renovated kitchen. Appealing North facing outside entertaining area Web Id. 5698843 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

29 Bellshire Place, Mount Gambier AUCTION


16 Mitchell St, Mount Gambier






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

691 Nelson Road, OB Flat










• Huge allotment size 1258sq • Outstanding floor plan with display niches • Large 3 bay shed plus plenty of room for all the toys • 4 good size bedrooms with robes • Fully built in study/home office WEB Id. 5679514 4 2 5 Charmaine Russel 0407 268 098

• Beautifully elevated on huge allotment of 2047m2 • Split level layout with main bedroom privately positioned • Huge formal lounge room & open plan family room • Step up to the large kitchen & casual meals area • Separate rumpus room/games room WEB Id. 5677969 3 2 1 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• Home with character • Fantastic location close to CBD, only minutes from restaurant & shops. • New paint job throughout • Slate & polished timber floors throughout WEB Id. 4952993 3 1 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

538 Worrolong Road, Worrolong

145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong




NEW BARGAIN 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


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




17 Railway Terrace, Kalangadoo 3 br 1 bath 2 car

$180pw avail now

6 Tweed Crescent 4-5 br 2 bath 1 car

$200pw avail now

33 Lake Terrace East 3br 2 bath 2 car

$300pw 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


To arrange an inspection of any of the above properties phone Annette McLaughlin on 8723 0633. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/SALES 0418 855 376






0419 806 410

0407 268 098

0408 853 180

0418 855 376

0428 849 882

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795




Ben Treloar 0427 006 332



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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795








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18 Montgomery Avenue, Mount Gambier

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier





Located on an elevated allotment in the northern area of Mt Gambier, is this inviting 3 bedroom (all with BIR’s) 3 living area home, bursting with character and updated throughout. A centre piece of the home is the renovated dine-in kitchen with red-gum bench tops, dishwasher & elect. cooking. Other features include dedicated office nook with BI desk, 2 x s/c wood fires and large rumpus room with BI bar. Outside the home, you’ll find a huge enclosed entertaining area (perfect for family bbq’s), lockable workshop, excellent shedding plus beautifully presented low maintenance gardens. This could be the one you have been waiting for. Don’t delay your inspection.

Located amongst quality homes in a well established area close to schools & shops, this superbly designed 4BR home stands out from the crowd. A comfortable master bedroom, situated towards the rear of the home, allows for direct access to the sumptuous two-way bathroom, with shower, spa & WC, plus the convenience of a 2nd separate WC. 9ft ceilings & large windows provide ample light throughout the spacious formal dining/lounge & open plan living, featuring gas heating, ceiling fans throughout & 4 TV aerial points in various locations. A functional, stylish kitchen offering gas & electric cooking, rainwater, walk-in pantry & dishwasher with low maintenance floor tiles leads to an inviting North facing pergola. From here you can relax & admire the beautiful, private gardens, with fully automatic watering system. A single garage UMR with remote provides internal, as well as rear yard access. A superior home for the family, professional or retiree.





OPEN SAT 10.45 - 11.15am

10 Heathfield Way, Mount Gambier $325,000

OPEN SAT 10.00 - 10.30am

1/2 Davison Street, Mount Gambier $165,000 W SE NE EA L RE

1 Highland Drive, Mount Gambier $329,000

OPEN SAT 10.15 - 10.45am

OPEN SAT 11.30 - 12 noon





OPEN SAT & SUN 11.00 - 11.30am

1 Cockburn Street, Mount Gambier $189,000 W SE NE EA L RE

OPEN SAT 11.45 - 12.15pm

• Spacious 4BR, 2 Bath family home on corner allotment in Montebello area • Tas Oak kitchen featuring b/fast bar, elec cooking & walk-in pantry, open plan dining/family with low maintenance tiles & s/c heating, separate formal lounge • Double garage UMR & convenient access to enclosed rear yard 4 2 2

• If you’re after a unit in a central location, you won’t find better than this • Freshly painted interior, new floor coverings, 2 queen size bedrooms, spacious lounge with r/c a/c, kitchen/ dining with elec cooking • Single carport UMR • Well suited to downsizing or 2 1 1 investment, only 2 units in Strata

• 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

• Inviting 3BR stone home with huge 4 bay carport plus detached 3 bay garage with concrete, power & pit • Open plan family/dining area with s/c wood heating, adjoining lounge with gas heating, modern kitchen with new gas cooking • A fantastic opportunity to enter the property market as a first home buyer or investor 3 1 7 • Don’t delay, enquire today!

4 Venice Court, Mount Gambier

7 Comaum Avenue, Mount Gambier $399,500 W SE NE EA L RE

24 & 26 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier $259,000 W SE NE EA L RE

19 Betula Road, Mount Gambier

• Deceptively large 4BR home, offering everything you need for the growing family • Formal lounge with ducted gas heating, master BR with bay window, WIR & en-suite • Huge open plan living opening onto enclosed pergola with BI BBQ, bar & pizza oven • Remote dble garage UMR plus separate c/bond shed with power & concrete 4 2 4

• Architecturally designed 4BR family home on 1017m2 allotment in a quiet residential area • Stunning features throughout include 100 y.o. carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining • Resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite & french doors onto 4 2 2 private balcony

• 2 Homes, 1 Allotment, combined rental return $282/week • Perfect investment property located adjacent to new subdivision • 2 Mt Gambier stone duplex homes situated on one corner allotment of approx. 1389m2 • This property presents a fantastic opportunity to purchase now, rent out and develop later 6 2

• Immaculately presented, 3BR (plus study) solid brick family home • Brand new kitchen with elec cooking, twin drawer d/washer & large isl bench, 3 spacious living areas incl large family room with exposed beams, built-in bar & s/c heating • Single garage UMR & double carport. 4 2 3


2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $235,000

58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000

Blue Lake Motel, Mt Gambier - Leasehold Only $69,000 WE NERIC P

• 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

• 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

• 50 seat licensed restaurant updated in 2012 (not currently in use) • Commercial kitchen & bar facilities • Ideal setting for business meetings/conferences • 3 bedroom managers residence with private rear yard • 24 rooms including interconnecting family room • Guests kitchen & laundry BUSINESS amenities



91 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier 2 Cockburn St, Mt Gambier 1 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 83 Wireless Rd West, Mt Gambier 1-3/29 Willow Ave, Mount Gambier 24 Anthony Street, Mt Gambier 30B Peppermint Dve, Mt G 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

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

305 & 306 The Springs Road, Glencoe $369,000 W SE NE EA L RE

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

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201 Wynham Road, Moorak

House & Land Package - 30B Peppermint Drive, Mount Gambier $515,000


OPEN SUN 1.00 - 1.30pm • Brick & timber family home on 2 titles of approx. 13 Acres • Open plan living with high raked ceilings & sep family room • Fenced into 3 paddocks with 5 bay & 3 bay sheds • Rainwater connected plus 2 bores




6174 Casterton Road, Mount Gambier $560,000

• Solid brick 4BR colonial home on easily maintained 5257m2 allotment with sweeping views • 9ft ceilings with ornate ceiling roses & cornices, two pack kitchen with Caesar stone benches, double oven, elec cooking & d/washer, casual dining/family & formal lounge • Remote double garage UMR, 7,000 gallon r/water & townwater complete the property 4 2 2

286 Lange Road, Yahl $470,000


• Magnificent lifestyle property 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 garage UMR, 7Bay shed & more 3 8 • In conjunction with Gebhardts 5

• 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

6332 Portland-Nelson Road, Nelson $459,000

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl

• 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

• 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

148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC


• 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

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 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 Earls Road, Nelson 144 Acres $341,000 Portland-Nelson Rd, Nelson 251 Acres $690,000 Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent




BIG ON QUALITY, SMALL ON PRICE Be quick to take advantage of up to $23,500 in Government incentives available until 31st Dec 2013. When it comes to your home you can’t compromise on quality and this value packed House & Land Package offers just that at an affordable price. This ready to build home by SK HOMES features open plan living leading to alfresco area, spacious kitchen with island bench & walk-in pantry, 3 bedrooms (all with BIRs), master bedroom (also opening onto alfresco) with WIR & ensuite, main bathroom with separate toilet & powder room, r/c air-conditioning & remote double car garage UMR with internal access. Purchase brand new, save on stamp duty & choose colours to suit your taste. Ideal for first home builders, as an investment property or for those wanting to downsize while still maintaining a high quality home.

11 Thompson Court, Moorak $460,000




Mumbannar-Wanwin Road, Mumbannar





1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $729,000


• 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

• 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

1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong

7 Thompson Court, Moorak


• 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



• 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

Boat Shed & Landing 112, Nelson


• Water supply from 2 permanent dams • Natural habitat for native wildlife


• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan 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

COASTAL / RIVER PROPERTIES Lot 71-74 Holloway St, Donovans 1297m2 – 1397m2 From $67,000 ot 75 Holloway St, Donovans 2 1 2 $239,500 ot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 ot 33 Elliott St, Pt MacDonnell 615m2 $85,000 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay 2 1 3 $195,000 4 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell 2 1 1 $149,000 Springs Rd,Pt MacDonnell 2 2 4 $249,000 0 Saunders Rd, Blackfellows Caves 4 2 2 $325,000 4 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves 3 2 6 $480,000 38 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell 4 2 2 $559,000 6 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell 6 3 3 $560,000 Sydney Street, Nelson 3 2 6 $550,000 Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent - 015

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


17/184 Jubilee Hwy West



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Unique, low maintenance unit ideal for the occupier or investor. Fresh modern OPEN décor in immaculate SAT condition. Be quick 9.30-10.00 wont last long!


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A spacious split level home fit for family living, 2 living areas and great OPEN shedding – popular SAT Birdsville location! 11.00-11.30


4/20A Wyatt Street


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Be quick, this Funky Inner City pad will not last long. The perfect start, walk OPEN to absolutely SUN everything! 10.15-10.45

208 Vause Road, Wandilo

22 Tumut Drive


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6 Pettingill Lane


Perfect start for the first home buyer or those sizing down – picture perfect and exceptional shedding – a fantastic OPEN entertaining area, bonus study – inspect immediately SUN – you have been warned! 11.00-11.30

17 Crouch Street South


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Exceptional executive living in a prestigious cul de sac. Minutes to the city centre & a short stroll to OPEN Tenison Woods College. Superior property on the SUN city fringe - Inspect to be 12.00-12.30 impressed!

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6 Saunders Road, Blackfellows Caves

7 Foote Street



27 Brolga Street


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Well designed two bedroom brick and tile house in excellent condition. Good size kitchen/ dining- lounge room with R/C split air. Location, Location!

4 Knight Court


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20 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

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A relaxing River Oasis that offers quality living on Parklike grounds, double garage under main roof and an abundance of shedding with two street access. ASK THE AGENT ABOUT THE $7,500 CASH BACK INCENTIVE

30 Donovans Road, Donovans


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

10 Aquarius Court

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





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


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14 Donovans Road, Donovans

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

212 Fern Road, Mil Lel


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26.36 swim Acres pool

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

11 Earl Street

This luxurious executive family home is located in a quiet cul de sac, if you want the “Wow Factor” phone for an inspection immediately. It will have you at Hello!



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19-21 Smiths Road, Port MacDonnell

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

15-19 Hay Terrace, Kongorong

$720,000 4

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

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

30 Hastings Avenue

Ideal for those starting up or slowing down – close to everything! Solid construction, close to Reidy Park School, shops and the Blue Lake.





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Great colonial brick home in quiet country township on approximately 2,021sqm offering large rooms excellent entertaining and shedding storage. Value and will impress. - 016


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1 Mallee Street

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247 Mt Percy Road

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



FOR SALE OR FOR LEASE 292m2 approx

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

373 Cafpirco Road, Compton

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


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9 Ramsay Avenue

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





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$385,000 20 acres approx

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

92 Orchard Road


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


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

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

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20605 Riddoch Highway, Mount Gambier a



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50 Wireless Road East


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

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

93 Lake Terrace East


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A popular (Grigoli) built home offering comfortable living and space. Fastidiously maintained inside and out. Currently leased with a great tenant.

9 Ridgeview Court


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Perfect for a large family or a travelling retiree – a wonderfully spacious home and great shedding – low maintenance living!

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

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


2024m2 approx Huge well known central site on 2 titles of approx 2024m2, offering unlimited potential with frontage to Margaret Street and Railway precinct.

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4 Heathfield Way


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22 Barcoo Road

Ultra spacious home with three living areas and outdoor entertaining. All the modern conveniences and located in popular Montebello Drive.

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$49,500 + SAV $6,000 (approx) Tarpeena Post Office $75,000 + SAV $3,500 (approx) $100,000 + SAV

216a Commercial Street West

19280 Riddoch Wighway

$230.00 pw • 3 bedroom central unit • Main with walk in robe & ensuite • Open plan living kitchen/dine/lounge with gas cooking & r/c air conditioner • Quality throughout • Garage umr with internal access • Paved courtyard • No Pets • Available Now

$300.00 pw • 4 bedroom home main with ensuite • Three bedrooms have BI Robes • Family room with BI Bar & open fire place • Lounge • Dining with sc heater • Kitchen with elec cooking & dishwasher • Study • Single garage & double carport umr • House on just under 1 acre of land approx • Pets Neg • Property is for sale & will stay on market for sale • Available Now


$449,000 5 acres approx


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

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$400.00 pw

• Victorian return verandah vila home • 3 large bedrooms • 4th bedroom can be utilised as an office or formal dining room • Kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, fridge/freezer & 4 bar stools • Huge living/family room • Magnificent formal lounge or dining room • Butler’s pantry • Wine cellar • Bathroom with claw bath • Ducuted under floor gas heating • Polished timber floorboards & ornamental & marble fireplaces throughout the home • Double carport & detached 4 bay garage • U/c patio area • Pets negotiable • On the doorstep to the CBD • Available Now


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

6 Sinclair Street Lot 62 Bruning Place 5 Ash Court 6 Cobblestone Court Lot 92 Eyre Court Lot 2 Chute Street Lot 2/56 Bay Road 310 Wehl Street North

$210.00 pw • 3 bedroom home two with BI Robes • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Separate lounge with gas heating • Undercover entertaining area • Single garage umr with internal access • Pets Negotiable • Available 4/10

1 Jardine Steet

A well maintained group of units offering a great opportunity to expand your portfolio. Bonus Inner City location- very appealing!


$175.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • Eat-in kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Bathroom with bath • Single garage detached (double length) great size • Pets Negotiable • Available Now



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$450,000 + GST



20 Mark Street

8-10 Margaret Street


10 Cardinia Street

For Sale by Expressions of Interest

HUGE DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL • Prominent gateway to City • Valuable frontage to Riddoch Highway • Suit variety of uses (subject to Council consent) • On approx 9292m2 – Exceptional Opportunity 33 Brolga Street


7 Raleigh Terrace

• 3/84 Bay Road • 3/2 West Street • 3/184 Jubilee Highway West • 216a Commercial St West • 4/60 Ferrers Street

96 Commercial Street East • Good position for office or retail • Approximately 124 square metres • Large open area • Kitchen, storage & toilet facilities • Car parking for 2-3 cars at rear

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claims Allan Scott Medal

NBL recruit Brad Hill has taken out the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers 2013 MVP honour, joining an

illustrious list of Allan Scott Medal winners in its 14 year history. He is the fourth Australian player to snare the honour and is

in rarefied air with Jamie Holmes, who took the medal home in the club’s other championship season - 2003. Having

helped his side to the 2003 South Conference championship last Friday night, Hill backed up the following night to be

crowned the best of the championship line-up. American import Titus Robinson was adjudged the best defensive

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player, hard working guard Tom Daly took home the Golden Hands Award and the coach’s award went the way of conscientious local talent Matthew Berkefeld. The defensive player award is a new accolade for the 2013 season and another new piece of silverware has been added to the club’s honour roll with the Kurt Russell Award for the best player in the finals - that will be presented after this weekend’s SEABL national final against Dandenong. The award was named after the dual championship guard, who announced his retirement at the awards ceremony, in honour of his 45 point MVP winning performance in the 2003

national championship decider. Two new faces also picked up club awards with Craig Ness taking home the Club Person of the Year and Nick Minchell, the third of the new awards, the Bowden Family Trophy, for the volunteer of the year. Left - Pioneers club patron Ray Scott presents the Allan Scott Medal to 2013 winner Brad Hill. Below (from left) Coach’s Trophy winner - Matthew Berkefeld; Best Defensive Player - Titus Robinson; Golden Hands Award - Tom Daly.




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WBFL Returning

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Right - 2013 Brian Hennessy Medal winner Brad Wilson, of West Gambier, with runner-up Brock Egan, from North Gambier. The 2013 medal count was held at McDonald Park with South’s Brett O’Neil finishing third and Wilson’s Roos team mate Daron McElroy in fourth.

West Gambier playmaker Brad Wilson has taken home the Brian Hennessy Medal as the best and fairest player in the Western Border Football League. Wilson polled 18 votes, five clear of runner-up Brock Egan, from North Gambier, with South’s Brett O’Neil a further vote back in third. Talented West Gambier ruckman Daron McElroy finished fourth on 11 votes ahead of a swag of players on nine votes, including previous winners Simon Berkefeld (South) and Richie O’Grady (North) and Casterton playing coach Dylan Ayton and Millicent skipper Jonathon Agnew. Wilson secured best on ground on three occasions - the opening game against South Gambier; the round three clash with East Gambier and in round six, again against the Demons. Egan actually secured four best on gorund accolades but still came up five vots

shy of the supremely consistent Roo. The Reserves medal went to South veteran Daniel Stratford, who took the count by the narrowest of margins from fellow evergreeen Bronte Grosser, from Millicent. The under

17 best and fairest award went to the Tigers’ Troy Hatt from East Gambier’s Jack Dawe, while in the under 15 competition it was North Gambier’s Bradley Close earning the top honour from East’s Todd Lockwood

with West’s Ryan Hosking and Sougth’s Sam Walker tied for third. More football action page 24 and full scoreboard page 31.

HOW YOUR CLUB FARED - the top votegetters NORTH GAMBIER Brock Egan - 13 Richie O’Grady - 9 David Nulty - 8 SOUTH GAMBIER Brett O’Neil - 12 Simon Berkefeld - 9 Luke Duncan - 7 WEST GAMBIER Brad Wilson - 18 Daron McElroy - 11 Tom Holmes - 5 CASTERTON Dylan Ayton - 9 Tim MacMichael - 7 Brandon Currie - 5 EAST GAMBIER Shem Balshaw - 8 Toby Stribling - 7 Chris Povey 4 MILLICENT Jonathon Agnew - 9 Josh Martin - 5 Glen Gascoyne - 3






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WBFL North

wins through to 2013 season decider

Clockwise from left - North Gambier’s Troy Hatt takes a strong grab in under 17 action. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ruge. Brady Cordy is wrapped up in a Nick Blachut tackle. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger. Reserves best and fairest winner Dan Stratford. Richie O’Grady looks to break away from the pack. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ruge. Ethan Currie just gets this handball away. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.

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Above (from top) - Brett O’Neil looks to spot up a team mate and Jake Dowdy takes a strong contested mark.


SEPTEMBER 14 1983 - Haunting songstress Amy Winehouse was born. 2009 - 1980s & 90s heartthrob Patrick Swayze, of Dirty Dancing and Ghost fame, lost his battle with cancer.

trivia quiz 1. Guitarist Jimi Hendrix fronted which band in the late 60s?


Local brings expert knowledge back to Mount Gambier

2. Which supergroup was named after a common dairy product?

3. What was the name of the bassist who played with the Beatles before Paul McCartney? 4. The club that Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix are all members of is referred to as the _____ Club. 5. The album that the Beatles made with nothing on the cover apart from their name is normally referred to as the _____ Album. 6. The Byrds had a No. 1 hit with a version of which Bob Dylan song? 7. Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page all started playing guitar in which British band? 8. Jimmy Page went on to form which band after the breakup of the Yardbirds? 9. Bob Dylan released a double album in the mid 60s which is often rated one of the best of all time, what is it called? 10. The Doors were a successful band in the mid 60s, what was their charismatic lead singer’s name? 11. Procul Harum had a hit with their song “A Whiter Shade of _____” 12. Which Soul music label was founded at the start of the decade which would go onto have hits with Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson?

1.The Jimi Hendrix Experience. 2.Cream. 3. Stuart Sutcliffe. 4.The 27 Club. 5.The White Album. 6.Mr Tambourine Man. 7. The Yardbirds. 8. Led Zeppelin. 9. Blonde on Blonde. 10. Jim Morrison. 11. A Whiter Shade of Pale. 12.Motown Records. .

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be monthly, fortnightly or weekly depending on your specific requirements, so your pool is ready when you are. Locally born and bred, Liam moved to Adelaide to work for Adelaide’s leading pool service company as a senior pool technician for three years, looking after Adelaide’s finest commercial and domestic pools. The lure of family brought Liam home and he established his own pool maintenance business - Diamond Pool Services, which guarantees always leaving your pool sparkling, safe and ready to swim in. Having correct chemical balance is vitally important for the health of your family

and also the pool itself. Incorrect chemical levels can damage the pool surface, creating large problems later on, so it is much better to maintain correct chemical balance and avoid these costly problems later on. Diamond Pool Services is offering a summer start up service to get your pool up and running for summer. Call now to get a great deal which will see your pool up and running in the shortest possible time. Whether your pool is a little out of shape or completely green, Diamond Pool Services can get it sparkling again. Call today for a free no-obligation quote on 0437 912 551.

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SEABL Pioneers

claim South Conference championship

There’s something about the Icehouse in Mount Gambier and buzzer beating three pointers in championship games. On Friday night, Ben Allen drained a three pointer with less than a second to play to restore the lead to the home side and in the end secure the South Conference title. A decade earlier it was also a three point attempt that remained the enduring memory – the Jason Chapman

shot that rimmed out and denied Ballarat a chance to force the 2003 South Conference Championship game into overtime.In a contest that was an arm wrestle all night, in the end it was going to take something special and that’s what Allen provided. The game stats sheet will show he was one from eight from the floor on Friday night when he took the make or break shot but history will only remember his

last shot went in – all net, no doubt. The Icehouse erupted, the players celebrated, with 2003 championship survivor Kurt Russell embracing Allen barely before the ball had passed through the ring.But there was 0.9 seconds left to play and while it was unlikely, it was possible for Nunawading to tie or steal the game. The Spectres got the ball in quickly from the half court possession but

the Hail Mary shot never looked likely and Mount Gambier had its second South Conference championship in 25 years. Nunawading enjoyed a game high nine point lead with only seconds on the clock in the first half before Lukass Blicavs cleaned up a late miss underneath and at the main break it was the home side trailing by seven points.

Below (left) - Brad Hill scord a game high 24 points and came into his own with some critical plays in the second half. Below (right) - Tom Daly called the shots in Friday night’s South Conference championship victory at the Icehouse. Photos courtesy of Gavin Male Designs.

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WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID... “It hasn’t really sunk in yet that I’ve won a second championship. We’ve got that winning culture and I knew we could find a way to win. It’s a nice way to finish off the basketball career. Titus’ dunk was unreal and gave us a momentum swing.” KURT RUSSELL “Last night (Friday night) was great and proved all our hard work and effort that we’ve put in since February was worth it when we got the win. As a competitor you never count yourself out. This group is really down to earth and has gelled together very well right from the start of the season. This is just a piece of the cake, we get to cap it off on Sunday - that’s what you come for, that’s where you put your stamp on the league and be able to say we were the best overall.” TITUS ROBINSON

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WHAT THE COACH SAID... “Our fans have just been absolutely fantastic. The atmosphere was out of this world for me and I’ve been around the block a lot but tonight (Friday night) was just awesome. We do still have another game to go though and I was almost in next game mode as soon as Ben (Allen) knocked that shot down - our journey’s incomplete. The journey started last year and I felt we were making great progress even though it didn’t show on the scoreboard. We had a great half time (on Friday night), we just talked about things as a group as we always do and to be honest I didn’t have to do a lot. When Ben (Allen) got the ball in those last seconds I actually thought he’d make it easy. It was a really good pass from Lukass (Blicavs) and I work with these guys every day and Ben makes that shot nine out of ten times he makes it. At no stage did I think we were going to lose and with 10 seconds to go I still through we were going to win. Now we take on Dandenong on their home court so it doesn’t get any better than that. ” RICHARD HILL

The visitors got it back to nine early in the last and that’s when the Pioneers really shifted up a gear, skipper Matt Sutton igniting the crowd when he stripped the Spectres of the ball and then found himself on end of the ensuing offence, draining a huge three with seven to play, finishing his good defensive work in the best way possible. It took until 4:23 to play in the third for the Pioneers to tie up the ball game with two Hill foul shots and then with two minutes to play Hill found himself open and hit a critical three to give his side the lead for the first time

since the first 30 seconds of the second quarter and they led by that three point margin as the two teams turned for home. The combination between premier guard Shane McDonald and quality big man Simon Conn had at times looked dangerous during the championship final so it was ironical that it was a misunderstanding between the two that turned the ball over with scores all tied away with five and a half minutes on the clock. That Pioneers turnover ended with an athletic dunk from Robinson, who took off from the foul line to jam the two points home and bring the

home crowd to its feet and , if possible, even louder in their bid to bring the Pioneers home. While Robinson was lighting up the Icehouse, Hill was on the bench getting treatment on a troublesome foot injury, which in the end kept him out of the rest of the contest. But as he has all season, Sutton took it on himself to take charge. He found space where there should have been none in the paint to sink a spectacular lay up and then 30 seconds later hit the scoreboard again and give the Pioneers a one point lead. McDonald then snatched it back with less than a minute to play

with both sides then missing opportunities to try and ice the game. And then came THAT shot – Allen etching himself into Pioneers folklore. Celebrations were somewhat muted because just as the 2003 South Conference championship team felt – the 2013 group have one more game to really cap off their stunning season and that is this weekend’s national final against Dandenong on their home pine on Sunday at 3pm (EST). Championship team photo courtesy of Gavin Male Designs.

WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID... “This is what I came down here for, I wanted to have some success with some guys I have played a lot of basketball with over the years. They’re like family to me. The first half was a bit of a struggle for us but in the third quarter we just persevered. We just didn’t give in, didn’t let it get negative. Before you knew it we were right back in the game. We‘ve got confidence in each other. The crowd was phenomenal, there were definitely times when I had some chills. Throughout the game they were behind us regardless of what was going on early. When Ben got the ball I was pretty nervous but he works on his perimeter shooting a lot and I knew he was definitely capable of making that shot, it looked like a good rhythm shot.” BRAD HILL “I was a lot more nervous two weeks ago. I think being sick this week took my focus away from the game and I was distracted and didn’t dwell too much on it. I was excited for the challenge of taking on Shane (McDonald) again - he’s the best guard in the league. When Sutts (Matt Sutton) got that lay up and we got the lead I felt like it gave us some momentum. The game was a war of attrition. There was a sense of urgency without it becoming panic. But there’s still a job to do - we need to win this weekend and finish the job off - I’m an all or nothing guy.” TOM DALY “I didn’t think twice about it (the last shot of the game). I caught the ball and I knew there was not much time, not enough for another pass and I knew I had to put it up. I knew my feet were set and it was a good shot to have. I always remember in the backyard counting down in my head and taking those shots to win a game. Sutts’ (Matt Sutton) lay up was memorable , the crowd went crazy and he gave a good fist pump which fired us all up.“ BEN ALLEN “I’m over the moon but at the same time we’ve got another game. We want to be overall champions. This is part of the puzzle but now we have an even bigger challenge. No one wants to be in foul trouble early (Sutton picked up three early) - you want to be out there and contributing but because I’d been so sick all week it was probably good for me to sit out for a bit and then I got re-energised. No matter what the score was, every huddle, every time-out was really positive. It was really important for me personally for us to get over the line for Eze (Erik Burdon). He didn’t say anything about it (his injury) and it was really good to have him here and we’re pretty hopeful he’ll be right for the national final. I know it’s cliched but this is one of the hardest working groups, we’ve got the guys that are willing to work hard day in and day out, we’ve worked out butts off and we deserve everything we’re getting.” MATT SUTTON (CAPTAIN) - 028

SOUTH EAST COAST BASKETBALL LEAGUE GRAND FINAL WEEK It is Grand Final week on both fronts of Winter Season Basketball. The Pioneers will be preparing to achieve their ultimate goal, the National SEABL title, while local grand finals will be played over the week to decide the fifteen Basketball Winter Season Premiers. The Basketball Mount Gambier Winter Grand Finals Program runs over the full week and presentations will be made to premier teams and Senior Most Valuable Player Awards in the canteen complex after each grand final. The highlight of the week will be the South East Coast Men’s and Women’s Grand Finals on Wednesday night. The Cougars Club has made its way through the semi and preliminary finals to the grand finals in the men’s and women’s competitions. They take on Panthers-Wizards in the men’s final and Panthers in the women. It is expected that the quartet of outstanding juniors, who suit up for Cougars each week, will dominate the finals. They are Kane deWit, Sam Stafford, Braiden Ousey and Georgia Green. All four have turned in stellar performances as representatives of SA Country this year. Cougars Men have cruised through the finals series to date. They easily accounted for Panthers and an injury ravaged Bulldogs. Kane deWit shows leaderships skills beyond his years and has been a prolific scorer in recent weeks. The silky skills of the unassuming Sam Stafford have also been important in the team’s successes. Braiden Ousey is considered under-rated and can be relied upon to make the most of his minutes. He completes coach Ray deWit’s classy three pronged offence. Meanwhile, Panthers-Wizards have dealt with the loss of Ben Brumby to a long term injury, and Nick Morrison’s move overseas and easily won against an under-anned Bulldogs in the second semi-final. Matt Parslow has been in tremendous form over the season, leading the team’s scoring on many occasions while the unobtrusive Peter Loring and team stalwart Michael Stephens have been solid and consistent. The final is likely to be relatively close early but Cougars will probably apply full court pressure after half time and hence stamp their authority on this medal game. Cougars’ Georgia Green comes into the women’s final in red hot form. She scored 42 points of the 54 compiled by her team in their preliminary final win over Millicent last week. State teammate Brianna Walters has consistently led the scoring for Panthers this season. Panthers managed to hang on against a fast finishing Millicent in the second semi-final, while Cougars completely dominated the first quarter of their semi-final against Bulldogs, who then settled and showed how much they have improved in the remaining minutes through determined and competitive efforts. The results of previous games between these two will have little effect on the outcome on Wednesday night. Cougars’ leader Kirsty Egan is a class act when it comes to big games and she will take control if given the slightest degree of latitude. Her basketball smarts will set up opportunities for Green. In contrast Panthers will be looking to young gun Walters to assume the leadership role and at the same time be the go to player in offence. She will however have support in terms of experience in Melissa Remko and Sonia Bawden along with offensive threats in juniors Nicola Handreck and Eilish McKay. Cougars also have a blend of experience in Kylie Allen, Ebony Cunningham and Casey Horrigan.Cougars are renowned for their strong finishes in big games; consistency will therefore be the aim for Panthers on Wednesday night.


South West District Football

A Grade GRAND FINAL Coleraine 3.4 7.6 10.6 15.6 (96) Heywood 2.1 4.6 6.8 9.10 (64) Goals - Coleraine: Z. McDonald, D. Miller 3; B. Rhook, G. Robertson 2; M. Dunn, T. Hogan, J. Brown, J. Eats, E. Guthrie. Heywood: P. Roberts 3; J. Bell 2; M. Wilson, S. O’Brien, J. Vaughan, J. Imbi. Best - Coleraine: C. Tosetti, J. Gould, E. Guthrie, B. Rhook, A. Whale, J. Haw. Heywood: P. Roberts, J. Imbi, L. Malseed, B. Millard, S. Millard, J. Saunders.

MGNA Netball Results

Lower South East Hockey Association Preliminary Final results Division one men (pictured below bottom) - Tigers 3 d Cavaliers 1; Division one women - West 5 d Tigers 4; Division two men - Strikers 5 d Tigers 1; Division two women - Tigers 2 d Drifters 1 (in extra time); Division three men - Redbacks 3 d West 1; Division three women - Drifters 1 d Tigers 0; Under 15 boys - Cavaliers 3 d West 2; Under 15 girls (pictured below top) - Tigers 2 d West 0; Under 13 boys - Tigers 3 d Cavaliers 1; Under 13 girls - Tigers 2 d Cavaliers Black 0.

A Grade 2nd semi final Vicis 57 (G. Richards, B. Bouchier) d Hobitz 39 (L. Humphries, D. Johnson). 1st semi final Saints 46 (M. Ridding, T. Sanderson) d Intruders 31 (C. Grubb, C. Easterbrook).

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football

Seniors PRELIMINARY FINAL Keith 3.3 9.7 14.9 16.14 (110) Bordertown 2.1 8.6 10.11 14.15 (99) Goals - Keith: J. McEntee 6; A. Hunt, H. Drogemuller, B. Gericke 2; B. King, C. McMurray, A. Bowley, A. Bradley. Bordertown: N. Frederick 6; C. Diment, L. Eats, A. Stephens 2; T. Harkness, J. Searle. Best - Keith: D. Stratford, H. Drogemuller, J. Wight, J. McEntee, A. Bowley, A. Wilson. Bordertown: N. Clark, M. Kerr, K. Cuthbertson, C. Diment, N. Hewett, R. Frick.

KNT Netball Results A Grade ELIMINATION FINAL Keith 45 (R. Sparrow) d Border Districts 31 (G. Nolan). KNT Grand Final - September 14 - Lucindale


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Above (from left) - Kylie Allen takes this ball strongly; Kirsty Egan and Hayley Agnew battle for possession. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne. Jenna Pitt takes this ball well in the air during A grade preliminary final action in the Mid South East. Photo courtesy of Andrew Crouch. Left - Dylan Bromley marks strongly in front of Lachy Medhurst. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Netball Association Best & Fairest Awards A Grade - Georgia Nolan (Border Districts) A Reserve - Sonia Snmith (Keith) B Grade - Rachel Mahney (Border Districts) C Grade - Cathy Dix (Keith) Under 17 - Micaela Boxall (Padthaway) Under 15A - Alana Winter (Penola) Under 15B - Kate Schroder (Keith) Under 13A - Courtney Debarro (Keith)




MSEFL - 2nd semi final Seniors Port MacDonnell 3.3 5.6 7.9 9.11 (65) Glencoe 3.2 3.4 4.7 6.10 (46) Goals - Pt Mac: A. Taylor 3; D. Bromley, L. Pratt 2; J. Zeitz, M. Lewis. Glencoe: D. Paproth, M. McRae 2; Z. Cocks, A. Hentschke. Best - Pt Mac: B. O’Dine, B. McGregor, R. Fox, W. MacDonald, J. Zeitz, A. Taylor. Glencoe: M. Von Duve, K. Clark, Z. Cocks, L. Medhurst, M. Kieselbach, A. Price.


Western Border Soccer Association preliminary final results A Grade - Inter 5 d Centrals 0 B Grade - Inter 8 d Millicent 2 Under 17 - Inter 3d Blue Lake 0 Under 14 - Sharks 3 d Portland 1 Under 12 - Blue Lake d Apollo (disqualified)


B Grade Glencoe 2.9 4.12 6.15 8.22 (70) Port MacDonnell 4.3 7.4 7.7 8.8 (56) Goals - Pt Mac: N. McEachern, A. Cary 2; E. Bronca, H. Medhurst, S. Giersch, B. Curran. Pt Mac: M. Silvy 4; M. Dwyer 2; N. Driver, R. Stanton. Best - Glencoe: H. Medhurst, S. Giersch, J. Finnis, N. McEachern, A. Cary, J. Bradley. Pt Mac: I. Ransom, A. McGregor, M. Silvy, M. Byrne, J. Smith, B. Goodwin.

MSE Netball Results - Preliminary Final A Grade Kalangadoo 45 (K. Egan, K. Cunningham) d Mt Burr 32 (H. Agnew, E. Clark).

A Reserve Hatherleigh 46 (M. Allan, M. Redman) d Glencoe 34 (M. Kuhl, K. Sealey).

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Port MacDonnell 5.0 9.4 11.6 12.7 (79) Kongorong 4.0 4.1 8.3 11.6 (72) Goals - Pt Mac: T. Sullivan 5; R. Timms 3; R. BrodieJ. Reed, R. Chant, B. Wilke. Kongorong: R. Hein 3; J. Mullan, H. Evans 2; T. Saffin, S. Baker, M. Waters, D. Von Stanke. Best - Pt Mac: T. Sullivan, T. Sullivan, S. Zeitz, J. Stark, B. Williams, L. Kemp. Kongorong: B. Kranz, M. Waters, S. Baker, R. Hein, A. Last, B. Long.

Tantanoola 41 (B. Taylor, N. Scott) d Nangwarry 26 (L. McKeon, M. McPherson).

B Reserve Tantanoola 35 (J. Cytrowski, K. Johnson) d Hatherleigh 23 (F. Jackman, E. Connell).

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Nangwary 41 (K. Rowe, K. Lockwood) d Kalangadoo 35 (K. Martin, J. Lythgo).

Hatherleigh 1.3 1.4 2.7 4.8 (32) Mt Burr 0.0 2.2 3.3 3.3 (21) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Bowman 2; J. Wight, A. Seamer. Mt Burr: T. Tukia, C. Gamble, D. Hogan. . Best - Hatherleigh: L. MacGregor, J. Wight, B. Bowman, A. Seamer, J. Gray, A. Spehr. Mt Burr: L. Collyer, D. Hogan, C. Gamble, D. Koch, B. Russell, J. Watts.

15 and under Kalangadoo 35 (L. Williams, J. Croser) d Robe 33 (D. Carter, E. Gould).

13 and under Robe 51 (L. Perkins, C. Venn) d Tantanoola 11 (E. Gould, G. Clarke).

MSEFL GRAND FINALS - September 14 (Kongorong) FOOTBALL SENIORS HATHERLEIGH V PORT MACDONNELL B GRADE TANTANOOLA V GLENCOE SENIOR COLTS KALANGADOO V PORT MACDONNELL JUNIOR COLTS PORT MACDONNELL V HATHERLEIGH NETBALL A Grade - Hatherleigh v Kalangadoo A Reserve - Kalangadoo v Hatherleigh B Grade - Hatherleigh v Tantanoola B Reserve - Kongorong v Tantanoola 17 & under - Hatherleigh v Nangwarry 15 & under - Hatherleigh v Kalangadoo 13 & under - Mt Burr v Robe



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Millicent coach Donna Denton has claimed her seventh Western Border Netball Association A grade best and fairest, polling in every game and racking up 11 best on court nods in what was a 15 round season. There has been no doubt about the calibre of the long time Saints but this season, where the reigning premiers have had to rebuild more extensively than in the previous four premiership seasons, Denton has amazingly taken her game to another level,

and the win, and magnitude of it surprises no one. Denton polled 40 votes, with three second best and a third best rounding out her season. Team mate Lisa Duldig was runner-up on 26 votes in what has been a typical sight in the Millicent glory days with Denton and Audine Bryant often sharing the lion’s share of Millicent’s votes. Third place went to star West goaler Lisa Cram, who has clearly her side’s dominant player, was third on 22 votes, with North Gambier coach

2nd semi finals Seniors North Gambier 4.3 9.9 12.11 20.15 (135) South Gambier 1.0 3.2 6.6 7.6 (48) Goals - North: J. McConnell, N. Moretti 5; B. Egan 3; B. Stafford 2; G. Soper, M. Chapman, S. Flett, T. Hosking, A. Kurzman. South: B. Exelby 4; B. Cordy, T. Currie, L. Duncan. Best - North: T. Hosking, A. Kurzman, N. Moretti, R. O’Grady, B. Egan. South: L. Duncan, B. Cordy, J. Dowdy. .

Michelle Hosking (17) and tenacious Casterton mid courter Haylee Rhook (12) rounded out the top five. Lisa King (South) and Malinda Markeiwicz (East) were the top vote getters for their respective clubs, with perhaps the biggest surprise being star defender Hayley Dunn, who like Denton, has scarily taken her game to another level this season, still continues to poll low numbers, despite being the premier defender in the association and her ability create turnovers with monotonous regularity every week. Dunn, of course, headlined the defensive area of the Western Border Netball Team of the Year, showing the respect she garners from oppositions clubs, where she was joined by two debutantes to the team of the year honours – Alyce Mourbey (South Gambier), who is starting to carve her own reputation and step out of the shadows of King, and North Gambier’s Melissa Renko, who has been a key component to the Tigers’ higher finish in 2013. The goaler positions were filled by Denton, who has been a walk up start since returning to the region in 2000, with the nine time premiership coach and player, also selected as coach of the year. First time selectee Chantelle Weir (South) was rewarded for what has been a breakout season for the young goaler, while Lisa Cram (West) was rewarded for yet another standout season, backing up from last year’s selection in her

return to Western Border ranks after a stint in the Mid South East Netball Association. The mid court roles went to 2013 runner-up best and fairest Duldig, with team mate Elise Reilly, who has made the wing defence bib her own this season, shutting down every one of the league’s dominant wing attacks at some point, also getting the nod, and Haylee Rhook (Casterton). The importance of Courtney Barry to South Gambier’s line-up was highlighted by her selection in the team, despite missing the entire third round after moving for work commitments. The Demons missed her pace, creativity and determined defensive efforts in the closing stages of the season. Young Cats shooter Shanae Guthrie was honoured as the best under 21 player. The athletic utility took her game to another level in 2013 when given the opportunity to settle in one position and she used her height

WB Netball Results - 2nd semi finals

Reserves North Gambier 7.3 11.8 18.10 21.10 (136) East Gambier 0.1 3.3 4.4 8.5 (53) Goals - North: S. McInerney 7; T. Coonan 4; J. Gibbs, M. Hensel, J. Schutz, J. Galpin 2; B. Colliver, A. Bowd. East: T. Younghusband 5; J. Case, S. Scheidl, L. Cates. Best - North: M. Hensel, S. Whelan, C. Hatt, S. McInerney, B. Colliver, A. Bowd. East: M. White, B. Creek, P. Dwyer, L. Cates, T. Younghusband.

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North Gambier 6.1 7.1 7.4 8.7 (55) Casterton 0.1 0.4 1.6 1.7 (13) Goals - North: T. Hatt, M. Allen 2; S. Kenny, S. Stafford, S. Sochacki, J. Stafford. Casterton: B. Gill. Best - North: T. Hatt, J. Mansell, B. Bruhn, J. Stafford, D. Kenny, M. Allen. Casterton: A. Cleary, D. Wombwell, E. Currie, B. Devereaux, F. Stark, F. Kent.

Millicent 65 (D. Denton, H. Dunn) d North Gambier 41 (M. Hosking, M. Renko).

A Reserve Millicent 43 (P. Tunkin, J. Bowman) d North Gambier 36 (C. McCourt, S. Chapman). Casterton 46 (K. Bruce-Smith, T. Guthrie) d East Gambier 42 (B. Davis, N. McIntyre).

C Grade East Gambier 47 (T. Gray, D. Waters) d West Gambier 33 (K. Dawe, E. Collins).

17 and under East Gambier 37 (R. Hines, T. Gray) d North Gambier 35 (B. Walters, D. Jolley) - in extra time.

Under 15 South Gambier 0.1 1.2 3.4 3.6 (24) East Gambier 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.3 (15) Goals - South: J. Capewell, R. Glynn, P. Page. East: Z. Watson, L. Dohrmann. Best - South: R. Broome, P. Page, J. Dukalskis, S. Walker, T. Opie, R. Glynn. East: B. Rathjen, B. Clark, B. Biggs, J. Green, S. Brooksby, S. Parson.

15 and under East Gambier 40 (B. McKay, T. Gray) d North Gambier 25 (E. Beames, L. Day)

13 and under South Gambier 30 (F. Clayton, J. Adams) d North Gambier 28 (L. Ross, G. Hood).

and athleticism to great effect, finishing her opportunities with impressive accuracy and one of the reasons the Cats came within a whisker of a finals berth. Consistent North Gambier goaler Stacey Chapman won the A reserve best and fairest from tenacious West defender Charity Selleck. The B grade best and fairest went to East Gambier shooter Zoe Tomkinson, while the top honour in C grade went the way of a fellow Bulldog Roxy Anderson-Gibson. cont. page 32

Above - Donna Denton enjoys her seventh A grade best and fairest honour with good friend and team mate Lisa Duldig, who finished runner-up. Left - Donna Denton in action in Saturday’s second semi final, where she was again best on court.

Above (from left) - Western Border Netball Assocaition Team of the Year - Chantelle Weir; Alyce Mourbey; Hayley Dunn; Lisa Duldig; Lisa Cram; Elise Reilly; Donna Denton and Natalie Rhook. Absent - Courtney Barry and Melissa Renko.

WBFL preliminary finals - September 14 - Vansittart Park FOOTBALL SENIORS - SOUTH GAMBIER V WEST GAMBIER RESERVES - EAST GAMBIER V SOUTH GAMBIER UNDER 17 - CASTERTON V WEST GAMBIER UNDER 15 -EAST GAMBIER V NORTH GAMBIER NETBALL A Grade - North Gambier v West Gambier A Reserve - North Gambier v West Gambier B Grade - East Gambier v South Gambier C Grade - West Gambier v North Gambier 17 & under - North Gambier v Casterton 15 & under - North Gambier v Millicent 13 & under - North Gambier v Millicent



WBNA Denton The junior trophies saw two A grade players toughing it out in 17 and under with North Gambier defender Meg Gazzard

landslide from page 31 (26) taking the top honour just ahead of her long time opponent East goal attack Malinda Markeiwicz (23).

Casterton’s Abbey Shannon was only one vote further back with her ability to read the play and take multiple interceptions no

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clear of West Gambier’s hard working mid courter Georgia Hunter, with Casterton’s livewire goal attack Teagan McIntosh in third. The 13 and under best and fairest saw South Gambier’s Olivia Dukalskis taking home the silverware with 23 votes,

with East Gambier’s Sara Smith a further three votes back in second. Millicent’s Bronwyn Turner was also honoured as the Donate Life SA Volunteer of the Year – an award that was only instigated last season.

Above (top row from left) - Under 21 player of the year - Shanae Guthrie; A Reserve best and fairest Stacey Chapman with runner-up Chairty Selleck (West); B grade trophy winners - Zoe Tomkinson (best & fairest) with runner -up Scarlett Jarrad; C grade trophy winners - best & fairest Roxy AndersonGibson and runner-up Prue Robbins. Above (bottom row) - 17 & under trophy winners - Meg Gazzard (best & fairest) with Malinda Markiewicz (runner-up); 15 & under trophy winners - Tenille Gray (best & fairest) with runner-up Georgia Hunter; 13 & under trophy winners - Olivia Dukalskis (best & fairest) with runner-up Sara Smith. - 032

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I’m writing this five days before the federal election. I’ve given up my will to live. It just doesn’t seem worth it anymore. One way I lose and the other way I lose too. No doubt there are others out there feeling the same. I feel it’s my responsibility to try and lift your flagging spirits so with that in mind I’d like to tell you why it will be so great in a week when the election is finally over. Firstly we won’t be sitting through continual updates of what these two clowns are up to, thinking and doing all day every day. It’s like what it would be like if your Facebook account came to life; someone telling you stuff that doesn’t really interest you 24 hours a day. I’m really looking forward to not having them trying to impress me all the time. It’d be nice to just get some honesty instead of them lying to me and telling me all the things they’re going to do with my money. I don’t know about you but I hate having someone sucking up to me and if it goes on for months it’s even worse.

Just tell me when it’s over by Robbie Tansel

Election campaigns are like the first few months of going out with a new girlfriend or boyfriend. You know, where you hide the real you and try and impress them with some make believe persona that doesn’t reflect who you really are? I don’t do that by the way. After a few months though you start to see little cracks appear in the act and in no time you’ve gone through the fart barrier and you’re peeing with the door open. The stupid thing is that’s generally the best point of the relationship if you ask me. You can see exactly what you’ve got and there’s no BS. You can relax and just be yourself. As you probably remember, Donna has vision issues so I could let myself go right from the start as far as pride in my personal appearance. Another great thing about the election being done is that there’ll be something other than politics in the paper and on the news. We’ve been missing out on some great stories because hating Tony and Kevin has been dominating column space and air time. For example, in Egypt authorities detained a migratory bird suspected

of being a spy. The bird was discovered with a strange box attached to its wing with police officers and the local head of security suspecting it was some sort of bomb or spying device. Government officials and a veterinary committee also got in on the issue and puzzled over the bird which was refusing to speak. Eventually they found that it was a tracking device used by French scientists to track migratory birds. Another huge story you probably missed in the political media circus over the last few weeks is the story of the Singaporean man with a collection of more than 6000 Barbie dolls. And lava lamps turned fifty…I could go on like this forever but by the time you read this I won’t need to. We’ll be getting a variety of news again. One of the scariest thing about the election being done is that heaps of the nutters who think that we should be voting them into Canberra will be loose in our communities again with nothing useful to do having missed out on being voted in. I think we should set up some sort of circus or travelling show for them. I’m firmly of the opinion that one of the biggest problems we have in our society is that there are

far too many freaks and not enough circuses. It wouldn’t be so bad if they were only in your community for a couple of weeks a year; you could go and pay to listen to them if you want and then they will be gone for the rest of the year. I’d also like to push that in future there should be a public holiday on the first work day following an election. We’ll have a huge party to celebrate it all being over for another few years and try to forget about how whoever gets voted in will probably be just as bad. Oops sorry. I’m meant to be providing optimism. Email me at if you’re having some sort of party I can attend.

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Law & Order: S.V.U.


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National Football League

Before The Game


Thursday, 8.30pm A Naked teenage boy found asleep in a woman’s bed puts Detective Benson and Stabler on the hunt for why he’s there and who put him there.

Sunday, 10.30pm Ryan becomes friends with Wilfred’s enemy, who just happens to be the mailman.

Thursday, 9.30pm Beautiful and utterly emptyheaded male model Derek Zoolander discovers a plot to assassinate the prime minister of Malaysia. But that’s secondary to Derek’s rivalry with rising star Hansel.

One Day Series Australia V England

Friday, 10.30am (Live) Week 2 - New England Patriots V New York Jets The New York Jets travel to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, to take on the New England Patriots.

Saturday 6.30pm Join Dave Hughes, Mick Molloy, Andrew Maher, Anthony Lehmann, Ryan Fitzgerald & Neroli Meadows as they entertain & enlighten footy fans with the more unusual aspects & characters of the game.

Monday, 10.30pm Walden goes out with a 22year-old woman, but winds up becoming smitten with her grandmother. Meanwhile, Alan and Jake take a trip to bond as father and son.


Saturday, 7.00pm (Live) Live from Cardiff, England, it’s Australia V England in the fourth of five games in this One Day International Series. - 038

Two And A Half Men


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So many choices


The Amazing 80’s Monday, 8.30pm The movie 9 to 5 gets revenge for women in the workplace; Billions lost in the stockmarket crash of 1987; Hey Hey It’s Saturday becomes a night time institution; Cocaine becomes the drug of choice in the 80’s.


Heston’s Fantastical Food Thursday, 8.30pm World-renowned chef and culinary mad scientist Heston Blumenthal is going supersized in his brand new series as he creates amazing, gigantic versions of some of the most well-known and loved foods. - 039





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Extensive range of Asian Groceries All enquiries & orders welcome Open Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9am - 4.30pm. 2 Tweed Crescent, Mount Gambier Ph 08 8723 6898 or 0403 138 161





ed Watch, clock & jewellery repairs Free pick up & delivery Millicent & Tantanoola

Phone 08 8725 6486 45 Commercial Street East Mt Gambier MECHANIC


Portland Motor Mechanics Ensuring the safety of your vehicle 11 - 15 Beverley Street, PORTLAND (off Fern Street)

03 5521 7666 PAINTER & DECORATOR


Competitive pricing! Ph 0417 859 435 A/H 08 8725 2877


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FOR SALE table, extension, rectangle full length 1820mm x 910mm wide colour rosewood $195.00 Ph 0428 224 405. OL-497 --------------------------------------------------------


AUCTION SALE, Naracoorte Showgrounds, Friday 20th September at 12.30. Antiques, collectables, Australiana and items of interest. 500 lots incl: clocks, lamps, brassware, kitchenware, vases, tins, beer cans, Triang train set, bottles, radios, telephones, scales. Full list phone 0418 838 195. 497 --------------------------------------------------------


JUKEBOX HIRE BUSINESS - 4 touch screens, lights, smoke machines, etc. $20,000 ono. Ph 0418 870 050 502 --------------------------------------------------------




SE • Wedding Alterations • Sewing Alterations • Carpet Overlocking • Wetsuit Repairs • Fitted Leather Belts


• Upholstering & Motor Trimming • Leather Work • Sewing Machine • Equestrian Jackets

0407 347 934

Phone 08 8723 5147 77 Commercial St West (opp OK Pie Shop) Mount Gambier




1986 MAZDA T3500 diesel mot/home, a/c & heating, fridge/freezer, TV/DVD, convect/m.w, awning, solar panels, solar blinds, window screens, D/bed, cupboards. Reliable, good condition. $20,000. Ph 8726 2432. 498 -------------------------------------------------------ROADSTAR VOYAGER Sapphire 21’6” ensuite separate shower toilet, oven, queen bed, air condition, full annex, 2 80L water tanks. Ph 0401 775 551. Excellent condition. 498 --------------------------------------------------------


PLATTERS for all occasions including business luncheons & functions, wakes etc. Hot, cold, savoury & sweet. Pick up or delivery (fee applies) Shepherdson Road Deli 08 8725 3701. 512 --------------------------------------------------------


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

• Bricklaying • Random Stonework • Paving •Concreting • Extensions & Repairs • No obligation quotes

Phone Rodney Tobin on


46cm HDTV, DVD’S, clothes, towels, wool, books, spoon & beer can collection, bikes & 100’s parts. Fri 1-5. Sat 8-12. Lemana Crt, Mt Gambier. 497 --------------------------------------------------------


COME & TRY GOLF. Millicent Golf Club are holding golf lessons for ladies on the 13th, 20th and 27th of Oct, for 2 hour sessions starting at 10.00am. Cost $50.00. Limited spaces. For enquiries phone Mary Winser 0438 057 435. 497 & 499 --------------------------------------------------------

STAR DRESSING ROOM - Wide range of quality hire costumes for men & women. Noon - 7pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 23014 Bay Road (Riddoch Highway). Outskirts of Allendale East approaching from Mount Gambier. 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 498 --------------------------------------------------------



ARCADE MACHINES - Brand new. 60 games, inc pacman, galaga, space invaders, etc. $595. Extra 270 games as above $850. Chocolate grab machine $800. Porsche kid ride machine $1200. Ph 0418 870 050. 502 -------------------------------------------------------BED, double ensemble, comfortable on wheels v.G.C. $295.00 Fridge excellent cond $345.00. Ph 0428 224 405. OL-497 -------------------------------------------------------CLOTHES DRYER, heavy duty, excellent order, value $460.00, Sell for only $195.00. Ph 0428 224 405. OL-497 -------------------------------------------------------CRUTCHING TRAILER:perkinz 2 stand crutchmaster; 20112012 model - weights (580kg) registered till may 2014, 2 lister nova motors & down tube-ferrules, 4 perkinz black panel gates, near new $19,000 O.N.O. Ph 0419 674 986. Hamilton. OL-498 ------------------------------------------------------CURIOS & COLLECTABLES wanted. Army, Aboriginal, bottles, coins, carvings, farm, garage, lamps, paintings, silver, weapons. Anything small considered. Ph (08) 8738 4351. OL-497 -------------------------------------------------------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. 498 -------------------------------------------------------FORD 302 CLEVLAND complete for parts or rebuild $375. Ph 0407 052 464 or 5568 4290. OL-499 ------------------------------------------------------FORD 351 CLEVLAND 4 barrel extractors complete running k code $1150. Ph 0407 052 464 or 5568 4290. OL-499 -------------------------------------------------------IN-STORE SALE - Boots, Clothing & PPE - SALE ENDS JULY 31. Advance Safety, 13 Calula Drive, Mount Gambier Ph 1300 305 275. OL-498 -------------------------------------------------------MAGS 14s suit chev hq to hx etc $475. Ph 0407 052 464 or 5568 4290. OL-499 -------------------------------------------------------MEDICAL RECLINER used less than two months. Like New! $990. Ph 08 8738 2177. OL-499 -------------------------------------------------------PRE-LOVED CLOTHING, Anglican Church Hall Bay Rd. Thursdays 10am - 4pm. The fairs over we supply the large Bag fill it up with clothes for $6 from outer tables including hall racks. OL-498 -------------------------------------------------------SPECIAL til end of September. 20% off bulk or standard packs of premium brand budget priced nappies & baby wipes. Australian made and owned. Shepherdson Road Deli, 28b Shepherdson Road, Mount Gambier. Ph 8725 3701. 499 -------------------------------------------------------WASHING MACHINE front loader 7.5Kg excellent value $840.00 Sell for only $385.00. Ph 0428 224 405. OL-497 --------------------------------------------------------


MAKE-A-WISH Quiz Night Fri, Sept 13th at 7.30pm RSL Bowling Club Jubilee Hwy $10 per head, tables of 6-8. Phone Julia 8725 0035 Brian 8723 2353. OL-497 RLA62833 --------------------------------------------------------

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BAYSIDE HOLIDAY COTTAGES – Port MacDonnell. Fully furnished. $130. Pets negotiable. Available now. 0400 391 712 or 08 8725 7952. 499 -------------------------------------------------------LUCKY STRIKE - Pelican Point no frills beach shack. Cheap & Comfy!! - Visit or call 0408 974 444. OL-499 -------------------------------------------------------PORT MACDONNELL; holiday house accommodation 3 Bedroom, 1 bathroom, fully furnished with linen. Short term accommodation 4 - 6 weeks available. Accommodates 1-8 people, walking distance to shop - hotel - and Periwinkles café. Large outside pergola area and sun room. Enquires Ph 0419 674 986. OL-498 --------------------------------------------------------

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DESERATELY NEED A JOB! I have been long term unemployed, feeling depressed, car’s blown up and can’t pay my bills. Willing to do anything! Have a forklift and MR Licence. If anyone is willing to give me a chance, please call Tony on 0467 842 569. OL-498 --------------------------------------------------------




WOOD SPLITTER FOR HIRE • Half or full day rates • Wetsuit orders welcome • Clean divers air fills • Gloves, boots, hoods, available

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

• Delivery by arrangement • Left or right hand lifting table “Make it easy to split that load” Phone 0467 648 092 - 041


MAXIMISE YOUR NUTRITION, Feel Better and Be Healthy. Sport Nutrition, Energy Solutions, Healthy Aging, Stress Solutions, Weight Management and more. For FREE Evaluation call Stephanie 0438 606 694. OL-498 --------------------------------------------------------


MOWING, general gardening, spraying, solar panel and gutter cleaning, and other handyman services. Phil and Deb’s Garden Care Plus. Ph 0429 012 990. OL-498 --------------------------------------------------------

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 -------------------------------------------------------SHORT OR LONG TERM. 2 story heritage, centrally located Mount Gambier venue, for weddings, functions, seminars. 0418 838 684. 499 -------------------------------------------------------ARB CANOPY - Suit Mazda BT Dual Cab, colour Aurora Blue code 39A. Brand new and still in packing box. Lift up windows both sides, STD rood height. RRP $2,425.00. Sale price $1,800. Ph 0438 900 916. 500 --------------------------------------------------------



FORKLIFT - Clark C500Y50 - 2.5 tonne, side shift, new tyres, 4 cyl engine on gas. Fork extensions included. $4,000 Phone: 0428 838 923. OL-497 --------------------------------------------------------


WEDDINGS YOUR WAY - Ph Elizabeth Lill CMC 08 8738 7275 for marriage and other ceremonies. 498 -----------------------------------------CEREMONIES TO SUIT YOU Anywhere in the South East. Ph Shayne McLean CMC 0457 168 324. 498 ------------------------------------------


MOUNT GAMBIER Touch Football Association AGM will be held Wednesday 18 September, 6:00pm at North Gambier Clubrooms (Wilson St). Apologies to Ashlea 0438 306 838. OL-498 ------------------------------------------



EMPLOYMENT BEAUTIFUL COASTAL townPortland, modern near new home/$340,000-negotiable, 90 derril rd-private saleinpsect any time. 4xbedroom, 2xbathroom, 2xgarage. Call leah: 0438056605 email:shredd OL-498 -----------------------------------------HALF ACRE / 2000m2 town corner block in Branxholme 23km south of Hamilton $40,000 - call owner 0408 388 552 / 0355 786 333. OL-498 ------------------------------------------


01 YAMAHA R6 near new tyres, new fairing kit, tail tidy serviced regularly, good condition. Ph 0405 257 971 $5000 OL-497 ------------------------------------------


1972 TOYOTA COASTER 171,200 kms, good condition, white, manual, 3-door, CD player, AM/FM radio. Reconditioned engine at 148000km New brakes wheel bearings and reconditioned diff 167000km, 5R/LPG 200L, Reversing camera UHF radio Simple fitout, 3 months rego ROM465 $8,500 ONO, contact Tony Henderson, 0402 750944, tonyhenderson08@ya OL-497 -----------------------------------------1997 FORD LASER Hatch Back 182800 ks, good condition, white, manual, 5door, air con, tinted windows. $2,500. WFL050. Ph 0417 251 740. OL-499 -----------------------------------------1997 HYUNDAI LANTRA SE sports wagon, auto, 4cyl. Reg XHE-267. Parts only. Ph (08) 8725 7713. $500 O.N.O. 497 -----------------------------------------1999 GXL LANDCRUSIER 50m/m lift duel battery snorkel bullbar driving lights cb drives well. WYU-511. 0404 725 639. OL-497 -----------------------------------------2000 FORD AU11 FAIRMONT, lowered sports suspension, rear spoiler, air con, 6 stack CD player, tow bar, good condition. WNE-145. $4,900 Phone 0428 838 923. OL-497 -----------------------------------------2001 MERCEDES-BENZ MB100D - Has been used as a camper for travelling, fully lined and dual battery system. Good work van or camper (basic). $5000 ono. Ph 0438 900 916. 501 -----------------------------------------2010 MAZDA SP25 LUXURY model, low kilometres, excellent cond. S222 AKO. $23,500. Ph. 0417 832 331. OL-500 -----------------------------------------85 BMW Auto, rebuilt engine, good cond. kenwood cd player, great first car. WKI-004. $2000. Ph 0438 821 809 OL-498 -----------------------------------------96 SAAB 5 speed manual, convertible, VGC, new tyres,18” rims electric roof, cruise, 6 months rego, S080AGK. $4500 O.N.O. Ph 0438 821 809. OL-498 -----------------------------------------1978 CHEVROLET UTE 36,000kms, manual, 4x4 diesel V8, very rare! $19,900. Ph 0418 322 356. -----------------------------------------FORD FOCUS 2004 1.8 manual 4 door hatch no reg or rwc does require work $2450 ono 0407 052 464. Vin/Eng No.4r21017. OL-499 -----------------------------------------SUZUKI GRAND VITARA, V6, Auto, Black, HD tow bar, roof racks. Excellent condition, $6200. XX684B. Ph 0438 331 226. 505 -----------------------------------------XW XY ZC ZD FALCONS, Fairmonts, Fairlanes wanted to wreck or restore. Complete cars or parts, private buyer. Ph 0409 838 048. W-LINC ------------------------------------------

FENCING SUPPLIES, Chain mesh, Weld mesh, Pool fencing, Gates & Wire. Regional Steel, 19 Avey Road, Mt Gambier. Ph 8723 0222. OL-497 -----------------------------------------FREE DISPOSAL of steel, Batteries & Old Cars at Metalcycle, 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. Ph 8723 2523. OL-498 -----------------------------------------METALCYCLE, Buying all types of scrap metal, locally owned, bins and pick up service available. 19 Avey Road, Mt Gambier. Ph 8723 2523. OL-497 -----------------------------------------PAUL’S LAWN MOWING SERVICE Cheap Rates! Free Quotes Honest & Reliable Pensioner Discount Local Mount Gambier Area Call Paul 0437 812 115. -----------------------------------------REGIONAL STEEL, for all your REO Mesh and concreting supplies at 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. Ph 8723 0222. OL-497 -----------------------------------------STEEL SUPPLIES, Roofing Iron, Purlins, Gal pipe, Mesh, RHS, Flats & Angles cut to size. Regional Steel, 19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier. Ph 8723 0222. OL-498 -----------------------------------------504


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


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. 498 ------------------------------------------


ANTIQUE BUYER paying cash, oil bottles, tins, enamel signs, dingo traps, english china Ph 0419 250 801. OL-500 ------------------------------------------


FOR ALL your website development needs call Lifestyle1 for a competitive quote today. Ph 08 8724 7111 W ------------------------------------------

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

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MOTOR Chapmion Holden has appointed 2011 Tour De France champion, Cadel Evans as its newest ambassador, signing a deal that will see him partner with Holden in a series of promotional activities to support the company’s range of vehicles. Holden Sales and Marketing executive director Philip Brook said that Cadel’s achievements as an Australian winning on the world stage made him an ideal ambassador for Holden. “Holden has already announced some blockbuster sporting partnerships this year, including the NRL and Collingwood Football Club and we’re very proud that Cadel Evans will also be representing our brand in Australia and around the world,” he said. “Cadel’s achievements in cycling make him a sporting icon, from winning the Tour de France in 2011 to being one of only four cyclists to ever finish on the podium for each Grand Tour event and also win a Road World

cyclist teams up with Holden

save the date October 5 - Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix - Coleraine - 12noon – 5pm The Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix is a community event, to raise funds for the Coleraine and District Hospital and The Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation. It is a fun, healthy, environmentally friendly event, which sends competitors racing around the streets of Coleraine, in the picturesque Western District of Victoria.

Championship. He is a true Aussie champion.” Holden has been a strong supporter of cycling for many years and established the Holden Women’s Cycling Team in 2012. “With more cycles sold each year than cars, cycling has become a national pastime for Australians,” Mr Brook said. “The growth in participation reflects the success of elite sportsmen and women like Cadel Evans and our own women’s cycling team. “Like Cadel, Holden has also taken on the world this year, recently

setting a world record lap for a production commercial vehicle at the punishing Nürburgring and recommencing our US export program, sending the impressive Chevrolet SS to America as their newest rear-wheel-drive performance sedan.” At home in Europe last month, Cadel Evans took the new Holden VF SS-V Redline Ute for a spin on some of Italy’s most spectacular roads. Accompanied by his dog, Molly, Cadel got behind the wheel of the same record breaking ute that features in the

successful Nürburgring world record lap and TV commercial, putting his foot to a very different pedal. “It was very special to take the new VF Ute for a drive on roads I love and have come to consider my European backyard,” said Evans. “Back at home, I’ve had a Holden in my Australian garage for as long as I can remember and I’m honoured to be representing a brand that I have such passion for.” Above - Cadel Evans. © GM Corp.

show ‘n’ shine October 5 Petrol Heads Picnic Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre, Mount Gambier The Petrol Heads Picnic replaces the club’s Show ‘N’ Shine which has returned to be held in conjunction with Autofest in January. But to give members and enthusiasts a taste of all things horsepower, the Ocotber 5 event offers free entry for cars and drivers and a gold coin donation for everyone else. For more details call David on 0408 172 790 or email southeaststree - 043

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• 13,401kms • Full Service History • 3 Tonne Towing Capapcity



• Only 34,596kms • Soft tonneau cover • 3Ton towing capacity


• European Built • Climate Control • Only 44,131kms


• DVD Player • Reverse Camera • Full Leather Interior


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5 speed manual turbo diesel, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 4 airbags, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, power windows, side steps. YEF-995. Was $30,990. Internet ID: 20595

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, leather seats. XMQ-154. Was $16,990. Internet ID: 20639

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 4 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. ZUF-750.Was $22,990. Internet ID: 20679

Automatic, anti lock brakes, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S488AEN.



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6 speed auto, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 2 zone climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise, power windows. S042AQH. Was $17,990. Internet ID: 20668.

Auto, 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, leather seats. S858AJS. Internet ID: 20707

5 speed manual, air conditioning, dual airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, power windows. S637AFA.

Automatic, 4 cylinder, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. MAP-139. WAS $16,990. Internet ID: 20671


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2008 MAZDA 3 NEO



Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. XTM-494. Was $24,990. Internet ID: 20701.

50,421 kms, 5 speed manual, 1 owner, full service history, air conditioning, central locking, dual airbags, cruise control, window tint. XTK-542. Internet ID: 20678

Turbo diesel, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 6 airbags, bletooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. ZTM-060. Internet ID: 20746

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, leather seats, power windows. S157ATA. Internet ID: 20790

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2008 Ford Territory SR2 Rear Wheel Drive 5 seats and only 102,000km, Auto, Partial Leather Seats, Alpine Roof Mounted DVD Player, Cruise Control, CD Player, 17" Alloys, perfect service history. S322AWB

$42,990 Driveaway

2012 Toyota Hilux 4x4 SR Turbo Diesel

Only 23469 kms, New Vehicle Warranty until June 2015, Cruise Control, Air Bags, ABS, Sports Front Seats, Bluetooth, Air Conditioni ng, CD Audio, Heavy Duty Tow Bar. Steel Bull Bar and Side Rails. S213ASM .

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2007 VX Prado 3.0L Turbo Diesel

Only 148,605km, One Owner, Well Serviced. Leather Accented Seats, Dual Zone Climate Control, A/C, Toyota Genuine Alloy Bull Bar and Tow Bar and a Bluetooth Unit. XNK566

$44,990 Driveaway 2007

VX Prado 3.0L Turbo Diesel

ut, her Accented Seats througho 100,208 km, One Owner, Leat llic Blue Paint, On Roof DVD Meta rol, Cont ate Clim Zone Dual tooth, Tow Bar. XCX039. Player, Reverse Camera, Blue

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2011 Toyota


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L 0 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GX

Rails, Side Steps, Privacy 96,467km, 18� Alloy wheels, Roof e ooth, Reversing Camera, Cruis Glass, fog lamps, 7 seats, Bluet AWD. Control and Climate Control. S634

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2008 Toyota H

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SR5 82,849 km, Whee ls, Factory Flares , Smooth Finish Sports Bar, Cruise Tub, Chrome Control, Bluetooth , Steel Bull Bar, bra Toyota Tonneau Cover. XSC669. nd new

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2008 Toyota Corolla As

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2006 Hilux SR 4x4 3.0L Tur

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Automatic, Toyota Genuine Tub Liner, Toyota SR5 Chro me Sports Bar, All Terrain Tyre s, Metallic Paint and a Blac k Smart Bar make this car very function al and great to look at. XTA 368

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2006 GXL Prado 3.0L Tu

t in itioning, Metallic Black Pain 100% Leather Seats, Air Cond era, Toyota Genuine Satellite Cam rse Reve , ition cond ul wonderf Bar. ZBP996. 0kg Rated Heavy Duty Tow Navigation System and a 250

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2010 Toyota Corolla Ascent Automatic

kms, Powerful Current model Corolla Ascent Sedan with only 27371 Conditioning, 1.8 L, Dual Airbags, Power Windows & Mirrors, Air XPN154. Power Steering, dark Window Tint and 17" Alloys.