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ISSUE 641 | JULY 28 - AUGUST 3, 2016 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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COVER - YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE IS OUR BUSINESS Willow Financial Services is here for all your financial needs and future financial success. With a combined experience of 95 years, we have seen it all, every market down turn and financial boom for the last three decades. The new look team brings an abundance of knowledge in all facets of the financial industry. With three dedicated Financial Advisers and support staff committed to helping you achieve financial well being by addressing your current needs and long term financial goals. From wealth creation to retirement planning and everything in life’s financial journey in between. We have two specialist Mortgage Brokers who can provide, and achieve your financial goals with personal loans, home loans, investment lending, commercial and asset finance. With access to over 30 lenders at our disposal, finding the right loan for you is what we do. Protecting your assets is also pivotal and is why we offer a range of general insurance products. Whether it is your car or boat, home or investment property, or commercial insurance, we have got you covered. Willow Financial Services endeavours to make your experience as relaxed as possible, whilst ensuring that you are provided with the most current and comprehensive information, products and services available. Take control of your finances, and your financial future by making a call today.

Scott Wilson Scott Wilson brought his financial planning skills to Mount Gambier in the late 1990s, taking on the role of Financial Planner with the former Savings & Loans Credit Union before transferring his skills to NAB as Senior Financial Planning Manager in 2001. Scott brings more than three decades of experience in the financial sector, working across insurance and finance, before turning his attention to financial planning and getting some serious study under his belt. From superannuation to Centrelink, Scott can provide quality advice with his relaxed approach and ability to take the stress out of financial planning. PHOTO COURTESY OF LOUISE AGNEW

Sean Cowling It was in 2004 that Sean Cowling started as a financial adviser with Westpac, and in only two years he had secured a senior role with the major bank, before taking out the Financial Planner of the Year for Westpac SA/NT/WA a year later in 2007. He held the role of Senior Financial Adviser for Westpac in Darwin for five years, qualifying for the Westpac Top Team Conference on multiple occasions. In 2011, Sean became a Certified Financial Planner®, the highest financial planning designation worldwide. Sean moved back to Mount Gambier in 2011 and has been working closely with clients to help them work towards their financial goals and make informed financial decisions. Phone Sean today on 0484 945 569 – 0484 (willow).

Mortgage brokers Cristy Crouch & Tanya Coxon Mortgage Broker contact details: Cristy • 0488 945 569 – 0488 (willow) Tanya • 0431 945 569 – 0431 (willow)

Suzie Packer Suzie Packer has built a 10 year career in finance, having already completed her Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance, majoring in financial planning, and by the end of this year, she will have added a Masters in Financial Planning to her resume. Specialising in retirement planning and Centrelink support, boasting experience in Asgard, BT, Colonial, MLC and a range of Government and private super funds, including SuperSA. Suzie can also tailor a customised personal risk insurance plan. Phone Suzie today on 0448 945 569 - 0448 (willow).

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COMING EVENTS

LIMESTONE COAST SHINES AT STATE AWARDS The Limestone Coast has made its mark at the 2016 SA Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering Hostplus Awards for Excellence, bringing home four gongs and being named a finalist in four other categories. Mount Gambier’s Metro Bakery & Cafe topped the class, winning two categories – Bakery & Patisserie and Breakfast Restaurant (Metro South West). It was joined on the winners list by Sails at Robe (Seafood Restaurant) and The Barn Steakhouse (Wine List). The Awards for Excellence is a nationally recognised, independently judged awards program that celebrates exceptional service and culinary talent across the State. It is also the only program in Australia where the judging criteria is determined by consumers who rank what is important to them in the dining experience. The awards are judged by an independent team of trained judges who anonymously visit the venues to determine the winners. The scores are based on the entire dining experience from food to the customer service experienced when the judges anonymously dine. For Metro Bakery & Cafe’s Toni Vorenas, the two awards were just reward for her hard working staff. “To get that acknowledgement at that State level of the work that your local team is doing is extraordinary,” Toni said. For Toni, the process involved in the 2016 SA Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering Hostplus Awards for Excellence

has been invaluable for her business, which made the finalists list in 2015 and really took on the feedback provided. “You get a report and see how you ranked against the other finalists,” she said. “You get lots of feedback, lots of good feedback, critical feedback. I would encourage other businesses in Mount Gambier to go through the process.” The interesting thing with the win for the Bakery & Patisserie is the Metro team outshone businesses they have long admired and looked to learn from. “This was just so exciting for our young apprentices especially and they were up against businesses they would be hoping to get a job with one day,” Toni said. “There are lots of great chefs in Mount Gambier but our pastry chefs are so isolated here so to be acknowledged for being the best is such a boost for them all.” Toni was also thrilled that both her kitchens secured awards. Of course, these type of awards are about more than just the honoured business. “It is also about Mount Gambier having a profile,” Toni said. The Barn is no stranger to State awards and is already a Hall of Fame inductee in the same scheme for Steak Restaurant. The win in the Wine List category was The Barn’s third – the other two coming in 2011 and ’14. “It is nice recognition for what we are doing,” Kent Comley said. “It also demonstrated the high quality wines we have in this region.” And while Kent Comley is committed to keep The Barn at the top of the tree,

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Above - The Metro pastry team (from left) - apprentice Jarrad Heubler, head pastry chef Norerriz Labrador & Mhericel Gomez. with a selection of the delicacies that earned the team the State honour. (Absent team members - Jesse beattie, Chris Rule & Declan Robinson). Cont. page 6

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DARTMOOR VIES FOR VICTORIA’S TIDIEST TOWN For the past three decades Dartmoor has been among Victoria’s most successful competitors in the Keep Victoria Beautiful Tidy Town Awards. Last week the small rural community vyed for its 31st consecutive year entering the Statewide award program as it hosted judges who explored key sites in the town. The Dartmoor Progress Association hosted the visit, which showcased how the dedicated committee’s everyday actions have made the township a better place to live, work and play. Dartmoor Progress Association president Wendy Dowling said since the first nomination was made in 1986, the town had been successful in receiving an

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award almost annually. “This year we have entered six categories of the program as well as the overall Tidy Town Award,” Mrs Dowling said. “It is a great opportunity to showcase the amazing work that is carried out by our community volunteers and the success of the projects that have been instigated in the town. Our entry into the Tidy Town program has seen our community develop a pride in their town and has created a great sense of appreciation of the environment and the natural beauty of the area.” Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander applauded the efforts of the Dartmoor community to always ensure their community is looking at its best. “Whether it’s exploring the unique tree carvings or throwing a line into fish, or swim at the junction – Dartmoor is a beautiful community which has a lot to offer and I wish the progress association all the best for this year’s award program,” he said.

Horsham was named the 2015 Tidy Town of the Year and went on to represent Victoria at the Keep Australia Beautiful National Tidy Town awards. This year’s State award winners will be announced on Saturday, October 15. Left - Dartmoor Progress Association president Wendy Dowling (right) with Keep Victoria Beautiful Tidy Town Awards judge Terry O’Brien. Above - The Dartmoor Primary School students show off their school to judge Terry O’Brien and representatives from Glenelg Shire Council.


LIMESTONE COAST SHINES AT STATE AWARDS More than 1100 South Australian restaurants, cafes and catering businesses gathered to celebrate the achievements of their peers at the Awards for Excellence ceremony held at the Adelaide Convention Centre last week. R&CA CEO John Hart all the winners should be proud of their achievements. “Running a hospitality business isn’t easy – there’s a lot of blood sweat and tears that goes into to making it work,” he said. “But when you get the right mix of staff, produce and service, the results can be extraordinary.” The South East winners may now compete with other region finalists at the National Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering Hostplus Awards for Excellence to be held at Four Points Sheraton, Darling Harbour, in Sydney, on Monday, October 24. Finalists will be advised of their status by September 26.

From page 4 “When people visit a region they want an experience. “A lot of people are looking for a dining food and wine experience, especially the internationals. “We can offer that as a city and a region.

“If we think about the Barossa Valley and Yarra Valley that have a reputation for the food and wine they offer –we can do that and these awards enhance our image.” The Barn was also a finalist in the Steak Restaurant category. Sails at Robe took out the Seafood Restaurant Award. Lifestyle1 will get chef

Adam Brooks’ thoughts on the honour in next week’s issue. The other South East finalists were Hall of Fame inductee Pipers of Penola (Contemporary Australian Restaurant – Regional); Coonawarra’s Drink Ottelia + Eat Fodder (Restaurant in a Wintery) and Mayura Station’s The Tasting Room (Steak Restaurant).

Above - Waitress Emily Birch (left) gets ready to deliver two plates of award winning breakfast from the Metro kitchen team. Head chef Bill Hunter (centre) and Luke Scott (right) head the team that also includes (absent) Don Pratt, Glenn Dyson, Damian Alleyn, Gareth Hunter, Nick Hewish & Jane Valenzuela.

RECORD SELLING FIGURES AT CASTERTON SALEYARDS More than $12 million worth of stock was sold at the Casterton Saleyards last year marking a record for the regional selling centre. Newly released figures for the 2015-16 selling year showed market prices increased by 57 per cent from the previous year with more than 28,000 head of livestock sold across nine sales. A total of 17,251 head of sheep in addition to 11,570 cattle were sold over the past 12 months, reaching the record selling price of $12.39 million, an increase of $4.5 million from the previous year. An additional 3300 head of stock moved through the yards compared to the 201415 year, with particular interest from northern buyers wanting to restock after the break in consecutive dry seasons. Casterton is nationally recognised for its premium quality stock, which have been recording strong selling figures in recent months. The Eastern Young Cattle Indicator reached a record high of 660.5/ kg in recent days with many producers capitalising on the strong market, following consecutive dry seasons. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander applauded the selling figures. “This is fantastic result for the Casterton saleyards and the dedicated team who assist in running the store market sales and summer feature markets,” he said. “This is money that is driven back into our local businesses as farmers value-add to their farms, spending in our local stores and supporting local jobs.”

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AUCTION: 19TH AUGUST, 2016 – 12PM – 100 MOYHALL ROAD 100 Moyhall Road, Naracoorte Open Inspections: 24th July, 2016 – 1-1.45pm and 7th August, 2016 – 1 – 1.45pm This is an attractive stone home with traditional high ceilings and picture rails. The rooms are generous and the five foot hallway is welcoming. There are four good-sized bedrooms. The new bathroom is light and airy with an adjoining toilet and powder room. This property is in a terrific location and is just three kilometres

from the main street. This is country living with plenty of room for horses or like on the 2.5 acre block. Views over the lake can be enjoyed from the kitchen and the house is warmed with gas heating. There is a carport and a substantial shed with concrete floor and plumbing. Situated on the block are dog kennels and a building that would be an instant site for a home business. 7000 gallons of water is plumbed to the house. This

property is well presented and the gardens are neat. The owner has enjoyed a successful business here and lifestyle, however, is seeking a sea change.

Elders Real Estate Naracoorte 12-15 Moyhall Road, Naracoorte Office: (08) 8762 2022 Contact: Renea Virgo Boddington 0428 832 728 Web: www.eldersrealestate.com.au RLA 62833

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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6 Moorak Street

Put your place in this space

21 Auvale Crescent

NEW PRICE

FREE APPRAISAL

3

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$229,500

A1 location close to schools, shopping and the Blue Lake. The perfect start for the first home buyer, investor or retiree.

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69 Wireless Road West

150 Wireless Road West

10 Crouch Street North

77 Crouch Street South

OPEN SAT 9.30-10.00

NEW

3

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bath rooms

car parking

A trendy city centre home a short stroll to the main street. Tastefully upgraded with a modern feel.

$229,000

OPEN SAT 9.30-10.00

4 Werona Street

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1

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bath rooms

$299,000 Over 4046m2 (approx.)

Feel peace wash over you as you meander through the lovingly tendered gardens. A unique offering with a stone cottage and main dwelling on over an acre

OPEN SAT 10.15-10.45

687 Bishop Road, Worrolong

3

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bath rooms

car parking

$249,500

A trendy and stylish home in popular location. Affordable living and surrounded by quality homes. One to call home

OPEN SAT 10.15-10.45

1A Compton Street

MAKE AN OFFER 4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

If you are looking for the perfect family home and you are a first home buyer then stop what you are doing and book your appointment STAT!

$229,500

OPEN SAT 11.00-11.30

2/55 Bertha Street

2

1

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bath rooms

car parking

$115,000

4 Chute Street

2

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

1

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bath rooms

car parking

$219,500

Lovely home in a fantastic location close to the Blue Lake precinct & the Cosmopolitan Delights of the city centre.

3

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bath rooms

car parking

OPEN SAT 11.00-11.30

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84 Pick Avenue

It’s all about location, an affordable and low maintenance property showing a strong rental return. Popular lakes precinct and quality unit group.

3+

3

$172,500

Solid construction and big on space. Elevated outlook. Handy location to schools, shops and reserve. Secure yard with access off Quail Place.

28 Heaver Drive

$499,000

This stunning return verandah villa epitomises luxury and lifestyle both inside and out and all set on a magnificent elevated allotment of 1,554m2 (approx) with breathtaking views of the city – subdivision potential – subject to council consent.

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An ideal home for the handyman seeking loads of shedding. An extended home – large living areas, ample shedding

SAT 11.45-12.15

2

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bath rooms

car parking

$179,500

Superb inner city living, ultra spacious, gorgeous décor. Restaurants and retail therapy at your doorstep!

Sycamore Heights

$229,000

A great value home with loads on offer. Low maintenance lifestyle with an appealing outdoor entertaining area and fantastic shedding. Put this on your list!

3

1

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

An idyllic country lifestyle awaits minutes from the city. This fantastic home offers the best of both worlds. (from Casterton Road)

$295,000

OPEN SAT 12.00-12.30

6 Arthur Street, Tarpeena

3

1

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

From $160,000

$189,500

Have you ever dreamed of leaving the hustle & bustle of the city for the serenity of the country. This beautiful property at Tarpeena will tick all the boxes. Get the best of both worlds – Country living a short drive to Mount Gambier

3

2

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bath rooms

car parking

$75,000 + SAV

Go and work for the best boss in Australia – Yourself! Camping World Mount Gambier. Well known and established family run business in high profile area. Is sure to appeal! Contact agent for further details.

10 Bellshire Place

14 Kooringa Street

Sycamore Road & Fairbanks Court An exciting division on eastern side of city. 8 country style allotments over 5000m2. Beautiful undulating setting. All blocks serviced by bitumen road, power, water & telephone.

CAMPING WORLD

4

2

3

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$349,000

If you are looking for an immaculate home with amazing street presence, a superb entertaining area and a dream kitchen all on a fantastic corner allotment with stunning landscaped gardens – your search ends here. In conj with Herberts R/E.

7A Lansell Street

$174,500

This lovely home is as neat as you will find. Ideal for the first home buyer or investor. Perfect presentation inside & out, also with bonus ensuite.

4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$550,000

Just exactly what a family home should be. This home delivers size, space, privacy and an ideal Blue Ribbon location within walking distance of the Blue Lake and its walking trails and equally close to the City’s premier shopping precinct.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

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Avail 2/9/16 at $130 p/w

2/3 Ryan Ave

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Avail 19/8/16 at $150 p/w

1/35 Bertha St

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Avail Now at $205 p/w

2/4 Hartley st

2

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Avail 5/8/16 at $220 p/w

7/28 Queens Ave

2

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Avail 8/8/16 at $225 p/w

3/1 Powell St

3

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Avail 19/8/16 at $280 p/w

2/7 Heriot St

3

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Avail 5/8/16 at $280 p/w

2/142 Sea Pde Pt MacDonnell 3

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Avail Now at $400 p/w

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1/18 Bertha Street

RENTALS 6/5 Shepherd St

$195,000

8 Reginald St REDUCED Cnr Williams & Billings Rd 7 Hutley Terrace 17 Gaden St 70 Cardinia St 14 Hillcrest Ave 167 North tce 46 Commercial St West 27 Landscape Lane OB Flat 134 North Tce 3 Twila Grove 11/89 Shepherdson Rd 3 Warrick Cl

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Avail Now at $190 p/w Avail Now at $210 p/w Avail Now at $220 p/w Avail 5/8/16 at $220 p/w Avail 8/8/16 at $225 p/w Avail 29/7/16 at $250 p/w Avail Now at $260 p/w Avail Now at $270 p/w Avail 29/7/16 at $275 p/w Avail Now at $280 p/w Avail 12/8/16 at $295 p/w Avail 7/10/16 at $350 p/w Avail Now at $380 p/w

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1/35 Bertha Street

7/28 Queens Avenue

Avail Now 2 1 1 $205 pw • Built in robes in both bedrooms • Lovely lounge with gas heating • Neat and tidy bathroom with bath • Separate dining room • Garage with remote • Great location • No Pets

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Avail 8/8/16 2 1 2 $225 pw • Two bedroom unit in quiet location • Both with built in robes • Kitchen/dine area with electric cooking & r/c air conditioner • Lounge with gas heater • Under cover patio area • Secure rear yard • Single garage under main roof with internal access • No Pets • This property is on the sales market


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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157 Lake Edward Road, Glencoe

3

1

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bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

3

1

1

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bath rooms

car parking

NEW

$235,000

An appealing character home oozing charm. Dolomite front, high ceilings, solid construction and timber floors. An ideal home for a family with loads of potential. Put this on your list!

11 Boddington Court

745m2 Block

NEW

$98,000

A wonderful block to build your brand new home. Surrounded by quality homes in a fantastic location and only a short stroll to schools. Land size approx 745m2. Don’t delay!

21 North Terrace

3

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

Lake Edward Rd Glencoe to be auctioned separately is Lot 17 Agars Road Glencoe (approx 22 acres).

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13B Bertha Street

3

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$295,000

Stylish & sophisticated – this three bedroom townhouse will suit those who want the best, including location & lifestyle. The City is at your doorstep!

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5 Wilson Street

Vacant Land 1,500m2 (approx)

$275,000

Vacant Land in excess 1,500m2 (approx) with a 17.49 frontage (approx). Schools, shopping & sporting venues at your door. Rare & Exceptional

77A North Terrace

$225,000

This cute home is sure to appeal. Upgraded kitchen & spacious living area. Close to city centre. Overlooking parklands and close to schools.

3

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

NEW

10.03ha (approx 22 acres) Wonderful setting to build your country dream. Lovely outlook and only minutes to township. Escape to the country!

NEW

57 Crouch Street South

4

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$295,000

The perfect family home in the perfect location. A short stroll to the city centre or the Blue Lake. Enter and you will feel like you are at home!

4-8 Harrald Street

$385,000

Industrial

$270,000

Located close to the city centre is this fantastic industrial property on 1,250m2 approx. Currently leased. Contact Gebhardts for an inspection – Like Hens teeth, Won’t Last!

Enjoy an executive lifestyle in this superb three bedroom, two storey townhouse. Spacious open plan interior located in a great location. It’s all here waiting for you!

3

1

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

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27 Dolomite Drive

4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$365,000

A stylish home, fit for a modern family. Popular location close to schools & shops. Loaded with features this house has it all. Approx 2 years old, you won’t be disappointed.

NEW

13A Bertha Street

2

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$269,000

Sophisticated, stylish & secure! This beautiful townhouse is on its own title and only footsteps to the buzz of the City centre. City living at its Best! On own title.

58 Commercial Street West

4 Draper Street, Tarpeena

RENTALS 2/7 Heriot Street

NEW

Auction Friday 29th July 2016 1pm at 157 Lake Edward Road Glencoe

Auction – Friday 29th July 2016 @ 1-00pm on the property

A grand residence, dolomite Victorian return verandah villa. Prominently set on approx 5 acres. Also following on the same day at 157

103 Jubilee Hwy West

Lot 17 Agars Road, Glencoe

For sale by expression of interest closing 5.00pm Thursday 30th June 2016 at office of Agent. Premium CBD location – double frontage to Commercial Street and Caldwell Street. Two buildings – one title / 1,350m2 (approx) allotment. Valuable off street parking. Endless opportunities exist to redevelop (subject to council consent) Agents in conjunction – LJ Hooker

This beautiful home sitting on a huge 2,023m2 (approx.) will impress the fussiest of buyers – exceptional country living. Book your inspection today!

4

3

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

3

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$239,000

A smart investment. Affordable inner city living, a short stroll to main street and rail lands precinct. Generous block over 700m2, currently leased @ $250 p/week until Feb 2017. It’s all about location.

Lot 128 Buffalo Crescent

4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

NEW

$398,500

Brand new home awaiting its lucky new owner – A superb property. If you are looking to build, book your inspection asap. Located in the popular Aramanta Subdivision. Will not disappoint.

1/14 Bailey Street

8 Mitchell Street

$180,000

NEW

33 Gwendoline Street

3

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

A smart investment, low maintenance unit in as new group. Two living zones, modern design and living. Currently leased @ $295 p/week. A fantastic return – Book your inspection today!

161 Penola Road

P.O.A.

Graced with a harmonious fusion of character, charm & contemporary style – this stunning Victorian villa has been seamlessly renovated with exceptional quality and attention to detail. Inspections by private appointment only.

$259,000

3

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

REDUCED

$235,000

Beautifully presented home located close to all amenities. Very spacious with a lovely outdoor entertaining area - this home says welcome!

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 134 North Terrace

27 Landscape Lane OB Flat

NEW

COMMERCIAL

96 Commercial Street

∙ Harrald Street ∙ 96 Commercial Street East ∙ 30A Commercial Street West ∙ 341 Commercial Street West ∙ 1/2 James Street Avail 5/8/16 3 1 2 $280 pw • 3 bedroom renovated bungalow • Open plan kitchen/dining/family with slow combustion wood heating • Upgraded kitchen appliances with elec cooking • Spacious lounge • Dual driveways • Walking distance to the main shopping precinct • Pets neg

Avail Now 3 1 1 $280 pw • Three bedroom family home • Open plan Kitchen/ Dine /Lounge with gas heating & Reverse Cycle A/C • Renovated bathroom • Outdoor deck • In-ground Pool & Spa • Single garage UMR • Pets Neg • Property on the sales market and will remain on the sales market

Avail 29/7/16 3 1 1 $275 pw • 3 bedroom home main with BI Robes • Lounge with r/c air con & open fire place • Near new country style kitchen/dine area with elec cooking & dishwasher with sliding door out onto the patio area • Detached 4th bedroom • Detached outside toilet • Small pet neg

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Avail Now

∙ 2/2 James Street ∙ 5 Allan Drive

Commercial

∙ 10 Bay Road

• Approximately 124 square metres • Large open area at front of building • Rear lunch room and store area at rear • Toilet facilities • Car parking at rear for 2-3 cars

∙ Sheds 5 & 6, 12 Bodey Circuit ∙ 212 Commercial St West


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13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier

35 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier

4 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier

$299,000 - $319,000

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• Quality built solid brick & tile home offering 3-4 bedrooms • Located on an elevated corner allotment, with amazing views. • Main bedroom with WIR & en-suite, with all additional bedrooms featuring BIR’s. • Stunning main bathroom. • Lovely private pergola area & rear yard access.

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17 Earl Street, Mount Gambier

• Attractive family home, located in the highly sought after Conroe area. • 3 bedrooms, main with WIW, Built-ins in remaining 2 bedrooms. • Kitchen is central to the lounge/dining area and is filled with plenty of natural light and warmed with a slow combustion wood fire. • Outside features include an undercover entertaining area and double garage under the main roof. Secure rear yard with access to the large bond shed, perfect for the boat or caravan.

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17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier $249,000

CBD LOCATION – ZONED COMMERCIAL

$495,000

Commercial property, situated in the CBD of Mount Gambier, offering a huge lock up shed of approx 380m2 (plus mezzanine floor) & house for office or point of sale business on a 1036m2 allotment.

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The property offers the purchaser a range options: • Rent shed & house separately • Excellent position for offices with huge storage • Renovate house for accommodation (S.T.C.A.) • Redevelop site for high profile business (S.T.C.A.) • Great property for tradesman or expanding business A rare opportunity to purchase a multi use property with residence in the centre of Mount Gambier.

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1 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier

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27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier $189,000

• Located within easy walking distance of the CBD is this inviting 2 bedroom stone home, situated on a low maintenance corner allotment. • Large updated dine-in kitchen, offering elec. cooking & Butler’s pantry. • Dedicated study, BIR’s in both BR’s, s/c wood fire, r/c a/c, modern bathroom and freshly painted inside and out. • Double length carport & lockup s/car stone garage. • Located in a top location, excellent for investors 2 1 2

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

214 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

• Immaculately presented brick and tile home, situated on a corner allotment, with room for the caravan/boat or extra car parking • 2 Bedrooms, main with BIR, lounge with gas heating & r/c a/c open plan kitchen/dining with gas cooking, bathroom with separate shower, bath and vanity, plus separate laundry and WC. • Single garage UMR with auto door low maintenance gardens & private rear yard • Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment to add to your property portfolio,

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2/4 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier

12 Eucla Court, Mount Gambier

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2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $210,000

• Commercial property with high profile frontage to Commercial Street. • Large Showroom with plenty of office space/storeroom at rear. • Interior recently renovated with new power & r/c ducted air conditioning. • Great location neighbouring other National Businesses. • 306m2 allotment with approx. 190m2 floor area. • Purchase your investment property & BUSINESS start your own business or lease out.

• Set in a small, private strata complex is this appealing split rock unit, ideally suited to investors, singles or retirees • 2 bedrooms with BIRs, open plan living with gas heating & sliding door to timber decking, kitchen with elec cooking • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides internal access • Currently tenanted until July 2016

19 Holloway Crescent, Mount Gambier

• Beautifully renovated town house enviably located in Mount Gambier’s lakes area. • Huge upstairs main bedroom with built in robes and windows which capture city views. • Fully renovated bathroom is complete with shower, vanity, toilet and heated towel rail. • Independent rental appraisal $245-$250 per week 2 1 1

• Prominently situated with spectacular views is this exceptional home, built by HIA award winning builder, Argent Constructions • Impeccably designed home, offering a marble laminate kitchen bench top with quality kitchen appliances, butler’s pantry, handcrafted Victorian Ash feature windows & doors • Master suite with WIR & en-suite, sophisticated formal lounge, plus glass doors opening seamlessly onto a breathtaking Alfresco • In conjunction with SAL Real Estate

$245,000

$249,000

2/1 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier $259,000

• Cosy 3 bedroom cottage in a fantastic location. • Centrally located between Tension, Reidy Park & Mt High Schools. • 3 bedrooms (2 with ceiling fans & BIR’s) • Inviting lounge & dining with s/c wood fires, plus A/C • Rambling cottage gardens with securely fenced rear yard • Amazing undercover pergola area with tranquil outlook • North facing in a desirable area close to the Lakes • In conjunction with GAMBIER Real Estate 3 1 3

$215,000

$255,000

• Character four bedroom family home situated on a 1012m2 allotment • Close to the Reidy Park PS & Tenison Woods College • Modern timber kitchen with wide oven & gas cooking. • Huge family room with gas heating plus formal lounge with gas heating & A/c, • Extensive array of shedding 4 1 4

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• Currently tenanted at $235 per week this great stone property is an ideal proposition for the astute investor. • Three bedrooms, two with BIR’s, open plan kitchen/dining lounge with gas heating and r/c split system air conditioner, • Compact bathroom, laundry and separate toilet. • Double length carport, single lock up garage, dual driveway access and large secure rear yard.

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• Stone four bedroom home located close to Reidy Park Primary School • Beautiful new kitchen with induction cook top & electric oven • Open plan living with s/c wood heating • Main bedroom with WIR & two way bathroom • Huge fourth bedroom or second living area. • Expansive elevated deck 4 1 2

11 Victoria Terrace, Mount Gambier

$199,000

$239,000

NEW PRICE • Quality solid brick & tile 3 bedroom home offers an ideal investment opportunity, plus being perfect for 1st home buyers or retiree’s. • BIRs in all bedrooms, inviting lounge with wood heating, spacious kitchen with pantry, electric cooking, breakfast bar overlooking the dining area & second living area. • Outside features include magnificent pergola area, large 4 bay colour-bond shed with concrete & power, dbl length carport UMR, plus low maintenance enclosed yard, ideal for family & pets.

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• Sought after commercial building in excellent central location. • Easy walking distance to court house & other central business’s including post office. • The building offers a reception area, 2 office’s or consulting rooms, plus kitchen & toilet facilities. • Gas line connected to property with air conditioning & monitored security system. • Previously used as a veterinary clinic

• Situated at the front of the complex, offering 2BR (with BIRs) on the upper level & a separate bedroom/living area with ensuite on the lower level • Updated timber kitchen with s/steel d/washer, elec cooking & r/ hood, open dining with r/c a/c, spacious lounge with elec heating • Currently leased at $200/week until 19th May 2017.

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• Mount Gambier stone home, positioned on a corner allotment • 2 double bedrooms (main with BIR), plus a dedicated study or 3rd bedroom on the upper level. • Renovated light filled kitchen, featuring electric cooking & pantry • Separate formal dining with adjacent formal lounge with slow combustion Wood heating & large family room with gas log fire. • Currently tenanted with an excellent tenant until July 2016 at $270 per week 3 1


32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Chris Manser 0417 414 127 chris@pandl.net.au Sales

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Garth Manser 0417 071 180 garth@pandl.net.au Sales

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22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank $435,000

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34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton

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• Beautifully presented brick & tile home, situated just 13kms from Mount Gambier, in the popular area of Caveton. • 4 bedrooms (main with WIR & en-suite), lounge with s/c heating, gas ducted & r/c a/c, timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WI pantry & adjacent dining. • Bathroom with separate shower & bath, separate large laundry and toilet.

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• Outstanding country living property, with a renovated 3BR home set on 10 acres. • Spacious dining /lounge area plus upgraded laminate kitchen with electric appliances. • 3 spacious bedrooms (all with BIR’s), new bathroom with 2nd toilet & red gum vanity. • Extensive array of shedding. 3 1 4

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13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown A 3.7 cr es

LIFESTYLE AND UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES ON 115 ACRES

Situated on the northern side of Mount Gambier & set well back from the highway, is this well presented solid brick family home, offering an exceptional rural way of life. Built in 1996, the home has been perfectly maintained & boasts a modern floor plan with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The home features open plan living, which includes inviting lounge with s/c wood heating, plus large country style kitchen, which offers elec cooking & WI pantry. The spacious master bedroom offers a walk through robe, to the well appointed en-suite, which is privately positioned at the opposite end of the home, to the other 3 bedrooms. Outside features include double car garage adjacent to the home, solar panels, 5 bay machinery shed with concrete/power, cattle yards, large rainwater tanks, irrigation bore, plus separate equipped bore for the house & the beautifully presented gardens. Families are well catered for, with school buses providing pick up & drop off from the property to most primary & secondary education in Mt Gambier. Phone Garth Manser 0417 071 180 for an inspection of this exceptional rural property on the outskirts of the city. 4

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• Unique country location, providing pet friendly accommodation to the traveler or those just wanting a peaceful retreat • Manager’s residence consists of 4BR, 2 Bathroom home with open plan living • 2 self-contained cottages - 1BR & recently renovated 2BR • Facilities for dogs & horses complete the property • This 4 star rated business offers a great chance to escape the city & work from home. 7 4 4

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong

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• Exceptional brick and colorbond home located in the peaceful river township of Nelson. • Three spacious bedrooms all with BIR’s plus large lounge with s/c wood heating & r/c air conditioning • Galley kitchen with electric cooking, formal dining, family area & huge bathroom with corner spa. • Quality outdoor entertaining area enclosed with patio blinds. 3 1 4

Lot 2 & 21 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Port MacDonnell $299,000

• Tastefully renovated beachside home situated on a large 842m2 corner with room for the family, the fisherman’s boat, and for people who love to entertain. • 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, laminate kitchen with double gas oven, dishwasher, pantry and a large breakfast bar. • Excellent shedding with second entrance off of Miami Street.

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5.16ac & 3.46ac blocks located within walking distance of the beach Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel and Chemist Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant Build your new 2 storey home (S.T.C.A.) Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park Developers check the potential for a range of options

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729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe $459,000

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55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor $475,000

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• Welcome to 13 Compton Rise, offering a magnificent lifestyle property situated on 3.70 Acres, just minutes from Mt Gambier. • Built in 2011, this 4 bedroom home has been designed for comfortable family living, offering a huge open plan living area and a modern kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer. • Main bedroom with ensuite & WIW and the Main bathroom with separate powder area & WC

42 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell

$699,000

• 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 shedding for caravan or boat

$395,000

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17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

7 Thompson Court, Moorak

10 Casuarina Grove, Nelson

$395,000 to $425,000

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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST • Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean. • The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views.

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• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 10 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/ dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house & shed yards with 4 Bay & 3 Bay iron shedding • Everything is here - start enjoying that country lifestyle you’ve been yearning for.

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• Outstanding 4BR family home on 50 Acres in popular Glencoe/ Kalangadoo area. • Beautifully appointed kitchen including Blanco electric cooking appliances, dishwasher & open plan dining/family area. • R/c air-conditioning plus s/c wood heating • As new shedding

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MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier

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for homes • Lot 101 SOLD - Only 4 allotments remaining in Stage 1

• Allotments from 3000m2 to 5000m2

• Contact your builder today & build your dream home

From $70,000

RURAL LIVING ALLOTMENTS • Located in Tarpeena on the outskirts of town, are two well positioned 5 acre parcels of land. • Featuring established gum trees , this is an ideal position for building your dream home (S.T.C.A)

• Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth

• Title’s expected mid 2016 • Price includes rural style fencing, power, Telstra & town water

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Lot 20 & 21 Arthur Street, Tarpeena Starting From $135,000

• Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision

DARTMOOR MECHANICAL SERVICES – Business & Freehold • Highly respected & established mechanical business. • Excellent location in the centre of town. • Profitable business with excellent figures. • Well maintained plant & equipment included. • Iconic business servicing the area for many years. • Long lease available to purchaser.

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• Power and telephone passing. • Vendor is happy to negotiate with a purchaser wanting to purchase both allotments. • For more information please contact Garth Manser 0417 071 180

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$379,000

• Brick and tile home on a good 840m allotment in • 4 bedrooms - main has walk in robe & ensuite, built robes in the rest plus • Formal dining/media room at the front of the house an open plan, kitchen, dining and living area area • 2-way bathroom with bath, shower, separate vanity 2

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3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier

$205,000

20 Newsham Avenue Mount Gambier

with Herbert After 44 years Beth Heaver is retiring. Beth commenced Property and tion nistra Real Estate in 1972 and has worked in Admi ment! retire your and future Management. We wish you the best for the

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• Open plan kitchen/dining/living • 10ft wide partially enclosed rear veranda • Double garage plus sheds with 3 phase power

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Land area of approx. 753m Double garage + carport measuring 8m x 6m

SOLID STONE HOME WITH GREAT FEATURES

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22 Umpherston Street Mount Gambier

$295,000

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1198m2 allotment 3 bedrooms, master with BIR & split system65 Fully renovated large eat in kitchen Additional room off kitchen Additional granny flat/teenage retreat Single car garage and tool shed

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robe, • 5 double bedrooms, master with en-suite & walk-in built-in robes in all the rest lounge • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge + bonus second at front of house garage • Decked & covered pergola, colorbond shed, dbl UMR + 5000 Gallon rainwater tank

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8 Pinehurst Drive Mount Gambier • • • • • •

$390,000

3 Bedrooms. Main has walk-in robe & ensuite Two other bedrooms both have built in robes Large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room 8 Foot ceilings and insulated Double garage with auto doors & internal access Auto sprinklers, instant hot water

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• 5 bedrooms, main with walk in robe + ensuite • Open plan kitchen/dining room and • Plenty of rain water to house plus bore for garden toilets. • New carpets plus painting throughout • 8m x 5m 3 bay Colorbond shed with power

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$359,000

• 9m x 9m shed + 7m x 6m carport • Gas ducted heating throughout

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17 Patricia Court Mount Gambier

LARGE FAMILY HOME ON 3.2 ACRES

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Kitchen/dining area with gas cooking Undercover entertaining area with a wood fire “Man cave” with built in bar

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Two good sized bedrooms, main with BIR Roomy lounge room with lovely bay window Separate dining room, may be used as 3rd bedroom

A NEW QUALITY HOME

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME

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$155,000 - $165,000

• 3 bedrooms, bedroom 1 with BIR & ceiling fan • Freshly painted throughout • Near new kitchen with gas stove & dishwasher

5 Rooms, stone home with entrance hall Lounge with new wood fire 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in’s Kitchen/dining room with open fire place

4 Knight Court Mount Gambier

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Country living at its best 4 bedrooms 2 living zones Approx. 5 acres Great shedding, chickens, veg patch and a miniature

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Large 1335m corner allotment with shedding 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robe floors Modern open plan kitchen and living area with timber Large family room with tiled floor and wood heating 2

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$239,000

1/21 Acacia Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •

800m2 allotment 4 bedrooms, main with R/C air conditioner Lounge with slow combustion wood heating Eat in kitchen with tiled floor & walk-in pantry Carport plus single bay shed with roller door and workshop

Updated carpets Tiled bathroom Designated car parking at the front of unit

10 Bellshire Place Mount Gambier

$345,000

• 3 main bedrooms with BIR + ensuite in main & • 2 attractive living areas, open plan kitchen/dining adjoining study. + 6m x • Double garage UMR with large outdoor living area 6m colorbond double garage • In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate

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17 – 19 Arthur Street Tarpeena

$179,500

• Weatherboard / iron roof home situated in Tarpeena • Do you want a big block and big sheds plus • 3 Bedrooms. Large lounge room with R/C inverter ceiling fan stove • Huge kitchen / dining room. Timber kitchen with electric • Double carport plus double iron shed with timber floor

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10 O’Laughlin Street Nangwarry

$99,500

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• Three good size bedrooms • Seperate lounge room with gas heater Slow combustion wood fire in passage pantry • Kitchen boasts electric oven, plenty of cupboards and nt • Bathroom has a shower , bath , vanity and convenie separate toilet

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t good • Family run business for the past 16 years, consisten figures with the possibility to improve to • Included is the Mount Gambier stone residence attached the store • Three good size bedrooms er. • Updated kitchen/dining room with gas oven and dishwash

Exclusive New Residential Development • Fully serviced-underground power, gas,

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the • Charming 3 bedroom Villa just a short stroll from beach at • Central hallway, high ceilings, kitchen and bathroom the rear of the house • The bedrooms are of a similar size all with new carpeting

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Stunning 2pak kitchen with dishwasher Lounge with R/C air conditioning Main bedroom with walk-in robe plus ensuite Bedrooms 2 & 3 with built-in robes

water etc • Colorbond fencing on sides & rear prior to settlement • Allotments starting at $89,500 • Build your dream home • Enquire today

Pergola, double garage & balcony 100m from beach, close to shops & hotel

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$115,000

3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes Large lounge room with wood fire & ceiling fan Single garage UMR converted into games room Good size kitchen/dining room Undercover entertaining 3 bay shed with power & side street access

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3 bedrooms, 1 & 2 both have BIR Original kitchen with electric cooking Large open plan lounge/dining room Reverse cycle split system air conditioner Single garage under the main roof Fruit trees, garden shed & wood shed

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• Three bedrooms oven • Brand new kitchen with dishwasher and electric er and • Separate lounge with open wood fire, air condition wall heater of the • Polished floorboards in lounge, kitchen and two

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Close to Tenison Woods College Two good size bedrooms Large kitchen/dining area Separate lounge boasting wood fire Single garage UMR with internal access

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• 27.11ha 1980s home, 3 km from Tantanoola • 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite • Open plan kitchen/dining + two living areas • Undercover pergola attached to house • Full size, flood lit all weather tennis court • Six fenced paddocks with a central lane way

NELSON PROPERTIES • 17 Moonah Avenue • 12-14 North Nelson Road • 83 North Nelson Road

$90,000 $108,000 $185,000

• 15 Neil Black Street • 4 Maroochy Drive • 3 Moonah Avenue • 20 Neil Black Street

$225,000

• 6 Teatree Road • 10 Meredith Street • 27 Moonah Avenue

$339,000

• 26 Moonah Avenue • Lot 3 Oldbridge Road • 1 Meredith Street • 22-24 Casuarina Grove

$350,000

• 1 Old Bridge Road • 1 Keil Drive

$379,990

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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Donna Nankivell 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Mel Milich Emma Beare

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15 Brigalow Crescent

$229,000

23 McDonald Street

$265,000

8 Chauvel Street

$179,000

OFFERS CONSIDERED

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LOADED WITH EXTRAS Solid 3 bedroom home situated in a quiet area, close to the city centre. Kitchen with near new stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and wall oven plus granite bench tops. Floor to ceiling built in robes in the Master bedroom. Spacious lounge and sliding doors from dining to rear paved courtyard. Dedicated study nook. Your choice of gas or slow combustion heating, in addition, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Double garage under the main roof with internal access and a remote roller door.

SO WHO’S LOOKING FOR GREAT SHEDDING? Valuable piece of land in prestigious McDonald Street. Minutes from the main street, this home is comprised as 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 toilets. Lovely lounge room with gas heating. New carpet throughout bedrooms 1, 2, and lounge. Spacious eat in kitchen. Games room under main roof. Double garage under main roof with a remote roller door. Detached stone garage. Parking for 5 vehicles, what a find so close to the city.

13 Earl Street

$178,000

10 Gemstone Court

$294,500

ART DECO TREASURE Gorgeous 2 bedroom stone home. Large open plan lounge/dining with slow combustion heating. Eat in country style kitchen with electric stove. Tiled bathroom with large shower and near new vanity. Quirky bar room. Double length carport plus workshop and garden shed. Why rent, when you could call this home.

19 Wireless Road West

$289,000

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SOLID HOME IN IDEAL LOCATION Offering 2 extra large bedrooms plus 3rd bedroom or 2nd living area. Lounge with split system reverse cycle heating/cooling. Central bathroom with sep shower/bath. Eat in country style kitchen with electric cooking. Single stone shed with power. Fabulous location close to Reidy Park Primary and Mount High School. Why rent at this price. Currently tenanted at $215 per week.

A REAL GEM ON GEMSTONE Well maintained 3 bedroom home, the main with walk in robe and built in robes in remaining bedrooms. Spacious formal and informal living areas. Open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances. 3 way bathroom with access from main bedroom. Neutral décor throughout in modern tones. Internal access from double garage under main roof. Vehicle access to large rear yard with enough room for a shed. Currently tenanted @ $290 per week til 22.8.2016. Inspection won’t disappoint.

11 Max Young Drive, Mount Gambier

$399,000

BRAND NEW AND READY FOR YOU Absolutely stunning 4 bedroom home just completed. Ensuite and walk in robe to the Master. Built in robes in remaining bedrooms. Quality window furnishings. Light filled open plan living/kitchen with walk in pantry and fridge space plumbed. Separate formal lounge. Opulent main bathroom. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Pop up sprinklers front and rear. Close to Saint Martins Lutheran School. Living here is easy.

9 Stuart Court

$485,000

CALLING BUSY FIRST HOME BUYERS Impressive 3 bedroom home of solid construction. Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Spacious open plan kitchen/lounge and dining. Ideal 2nd living room or games room. Stunning bathroom with sep shower/bath. Unique study nook. Gorgeous polished boards. Sheltered outdoor entertaining. Double Garage with remote panel lift door. Immaculately presented and styled. An inspection will certainly impress.

4 McGregor Street

$249,000

WAITING FOR A FAMILY Three bedroom stone home situated on a large block close to a school & shops. Main bedroom with built-ins. Lounge with reverse cycle heating/cooling. Slow combustion heater positioned in the centre of the home. As new kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher. Freshly painted throughout. Large pergola with hardwood timber deck and blinds. 4 car colorbond shed with power.

63 Jubilee Highway West

$239,000

13 Maxwell Street

$276,500

SOLD SPACIOUS AND LUXURIOUS Simply stunning 4 bedroom home with no expense spared. The master bedroom has plenty of storage with built-in robes plus a walk-in robe. There’s also plenty of space in the luxurious ensuite with a double vanity & double shower plus a separate toilet. The gourmet kitchen features an elegant 2 pak finish, granite bench tops & an enormous walk-in pantry. A spacious family room is finished off with an ornate bay window feature. Children have their own area with a large rumpus room, which would also be ideal as a games or theatre room. Rich 14mm solid jarrah flooring is laid through the high traffic areas of the home. Enjoy all year round comfort with ducted heating throughout. Relax and entertain family & friends in the north facing alfresco area. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard with ample space for extra shedding. Arrange an inspection today and uncover all that this property has to offer.

3/47 Jubilee Highway West

$215,000

VEHICLE ACCESS TO GREAT SHEDDING Immaculately presented 3 bedroom plus office. 2 living areas. Open plan kitchen with d/washer and walk in pantry. Bright bathroom with spa and sep toilet. Ducted gas central heating throughout. Single garage under main roof with remote and int access. Plus carport and vehicle access to double colorbond garage with power. Great buying and perfect for big boy’s toys.

13 Jubilee Hwy West

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HOMETTE SIZE, UNIT PRICE Incredibly spacious 2 bedroom unit located close to the city centre. 2 large bedrooms both with built in robes. Offering gas heating plus a split system reverse cycle. Large open plan kitchen dine and lounge. Electric cook top, wall oven and dishwasher as well as walk in pantry. Single garage under the main roof with remote roller door. Cute rear yard ideal for a pet. Living here is definitely easy. Only in a group of 3.

CITY LOCATION AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE Well maintained 3 bedroom stone home, located close to the city centre. Featuring polished floorboards, all bedrooms are a great size. The main has built in robes and access to the renovated character bathroom, with a large spa bath. Enjoy comfort all year round with reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout, as well as a cosy slow combustion in the lounge. Open Kitchen/lounge area with electric cooking. 2nd toilet off the laundry. Vehicle access to the large

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mountgambier@ljh.com.au ljhooker.com.au EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

AUCTION

Y AR IN CE IM I EL OT By Monday 22nd August PR N

at 4.30pm 17150 RIDDOCH HIGHWAY PENOLA/NANGWARRY “GUNGA DIN” 234.8ha 580 Acres Red Gum & Manna Gum Grazing property ¾ Bedroom House. Converted Shearing Shed 7 aside double up stone. Herringbone Dairy Laneway System Convenient Locaon & a Property with potenal for Development

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

Y AR IN CE IM I EL OT PR N THURSDAY 18TH AUGUST

On the Property at 1.00pm Estate of E. J. Haines

77 BERKEFELD ROAD, OB FLAT 1 Oakridge Crescent OVERLOOKING A PARK & PLAYGROUND RESERVE • A rare offering of elegance & quality crasmanship bounded by a public lawned park • Sensaonal three Bedroom home with ensuite & WI Robe to Master Bedroom • Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family with Breakfast Bar & Asko Dishwasher and reverse cycle air-condioning • Canon gas log fire to warm the living area PRICED AT $439,500

• Separate conservatory overlooking the park • Two instantaneous gas HWS’s & two 9,000 litre rainwater tanks giving months of water supply • 4KW Solar Power System with SMA Invertor • Double Garage UMR plus 12m x 6m detached garage with two separate driveways

Large stone residence OPEN with Family Room SATURDAY Sheds & aracve mature garden 11.00 - 11.30am Water Licence

2.587ha - 6.39 acres BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882 NEW

83 Sturt Street

74 Bertha Street

DON’T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY • Cosy stone coage with 2 good sized bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge room • Reverse cycle air condioner to living area • Upgraded bathroom • Rear porch with external access • Massive allotment measuring approximately 1000sqm • Double garage with concrete floor PRICED AT $179,000

WELL PRESENTED HOMETTE ON 1013 SQM ALLOTMENT • Stone Coage featuring 2 Bedrooms • Lounge with S/C Wood Heang • Eat-in country Kitchen with electric stove plus a solid wood stove • Front porch sing room

7 Newton Crescent

PRICED AT $175,000

GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY • 3 Bedroom duplex • Country style eat-in Kitchen with small Pantry • Formal Lounge with gas heater • Large allotment • Renovated and modernized with new roof, window awnings, & front porch • Currently tenanted by long term tenant PRICED AT $109,000

G & D CYCLES

20 Heaver Drive

20 Murdie Street

BICYCLE SALES & REPAIRS • Well established business offering all types of cycles and a comprehensive repair service and spare parts • Excellent clientele with repeat servicing • Well presented plant & equipment, plus computer with special program • High volume foot traffic in Commercial Street East • 5 ½ day working week PRICED AT $39,950 plus stock

3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C heang • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom

• Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return • Great re-development potenal (S.T.C.C.) in a great central city locaon • Central City locaon

• Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pao • Massive covered rear Pao with raised mber decking • Views across to the Tower • Currently tenanted.

PRICED AT $239,500

AUCTION

RENTALS

AL DER FIN IN M Lot 14 RE 184 Jubilee Highway West

OPEN SATURDAY 11.30am - 12.00pm

Finchley Grove An Allotment of Approx. 292m2 in a Convenient Locaon Close to Local Shopping. Aucon Terms: 10% Deposit, Selement 30 days BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

5 HIRTH STREET $175 P/WK 3 Bdrm home, updated Kitchen/Dining. Lounge with gas Heang, Single detached Garage. Storage under house. NO pets 1 NOORA COURT $200 P/WK Available 17/08/16. 3 bedrooms, open kitchen/dining lounge with gas heater. Gas cooking & dishwasher. Carport UMR. Under cover pao area. Wood shed & garden shed. NO pets.

ON SITE - 1.00PM THURSDAY 28th JULY 2016

ATTENTION BUILDERS / DEVELOPERS

ALL THE WORK IS DONE • All the work’s done! • 3 Bedroom plus sleepout • Eat in Kitchen • Lounge with gas heang • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school PRICED AT $109,500

8 Amor Street CLASSIC SYMMETRICAL STONE COTTAGE • Three Bedrooms – one with fireplace • Formal Lounge with Gas heang • Kitchen adjoining a Family or Dining room extension • Rear sleep out or work room • Original Bathroom in great condion • High ceilings and mber floors throughout

• Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the Cies premier locaons • A well-presented property with high potenal • Centrally posioned • Close to Reidy Park School, Mount High & Tenison College • Close to the Lakes Reserve

7/1 CARAPOOK STREET $210 P/WK As new - cosy 2 bedroom modern unit, BI robes in both bedrooms. Gas heang. Modern kitchen - private courtyard. Single garage with remote control door and internal access. Centrally located. Sorry - NO pets.

PRICED AT $265,000

Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 RLA 240002

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malseeds.com.au Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport 08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 4 Irven St, Pt MacDonnell

$385,000

2/1 Hart St, Mt Gambier

$213,000

9 Jane St, Mt Gambier

OPEN SUNDAY 1.15 - 1.30

OPEN SUNDAY 10.30 - 10.45

• 3 bedroom stone home set on approx 1 acre. • Sheds galore and great outdoor entertaining • Great open plan kitchen, dining and lounge

• Spacious unit in a gated community of two, located on a quiet street close to the city centre. • Large living area with reverse cycle air-condioning and plenty of storage throughout the property.

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$249,000-$259,000

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36 Newton Rd, Pelican Point

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364 24 Hedley St, Mt Gambier

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$685,000

$238,000 - $248,000

OPEN SUNDAY 11.15 - 11.30

• Modernised open plan kitchen and dining perfect for entertaining • Generous 3 bedrooms all fully carpeted • Large lounge room including gas fire keeping you warm in the winter months

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4 Goss St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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45 Elizabeth St, Mt Gambier

$399,000-$420,000

• Open plan living with great neat and dy kitchen • 3 Generous sized bedrooms all with built in’s • Large fully enclosed backyard

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 39 Brolga St, Mt Gambier

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$298,000

REDUCED • Kitchen including black granite bench tops and walk in pantry • Huge master bedroom with BIR & WIR and en-suite with his and hers vanies • Garages galore with room for every car, the boat and caravan.

Best Offers By 12th August Unless Sold Prior • Get your hands on this beauful beachfronted block • Approx. 359 sqm • Zoned: Coastal • All ulies passing

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6 Friendswood Pl, Mt Gambier

$245,000-$255,000

• 3 Large bedrooms all with built-ins Plus Study/4th Bedroom • Spacious open plan living with slow combuson heater • Modern kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher & floang floor boards

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 28 Wehl St North, Mt Gambier

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$160,000

• Updated kitchen with mber cupboards and electric cooking, and separate dining space at rear. • Lounge with gas heang and ceiling fan. • Large stone shedding with roller door, pit, workshop space

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52 Queens Ave, Mt Gambier Open to offers $199,000

4 Queens Ave, Mt Gambier

• 3 large bedrooms, two with high ceilings • Great sized updated kitchen with gas cooking and plenty of storage • Modern bathroom with bath, shower and vanity. Separate toilet.

• 6BR (2 currently used as offices) and 2 Bathroom • 2650 Sqm with potenal to subdivide • This Dolomite fronted Character home is centrally located. • Comprising of 4 double bedrooms- 3 with built in robes

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364 9 Wright St, Tarpeena

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 5/3 Locke St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 1 Ambrose Crt, Worrolong

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$170,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

25 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

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$111,000

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539 30 Fifth St, Millicent

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14 Kuhl Dve, Racecourse Bay

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$229,000

• Seaviews • Tiled open plan kitchen, dining and living area with dual heang opons slow combuson or gas. • Built in robes in all three bedrooms and roller blinds in every room.

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364 Lot 485 Pleasant Park Rd, Tarpeena

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$115,000

OPEN SUNDAY 9.30 - 9.45

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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17 Barwon Cres, Mt Gambier

$165,000-$175,000

• 3 bedrooms - master with en-suite and BIR, plus BIR in 2nd bedroom. • Ample room for the family with 2 living spaces (or 1 living + study), both offering access to outdoor elevated pao space.

Bronwyn

7 Oolna St, Mt Gambier

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• Solid stone three bedroom home conveniently located on a quiet street close to schools, shops and bus transport. • Open plan kitchen, living and dining area • Large double garage with manual roller doors and concrete floor

OPEN SUNDAY 9.00 - 9.15 • 3 bedroom home on generous allotment of approx 1000m2 • Open plan dining, kitchen & lounge with slow combuson fireplace • Rear Pergola looks over backyard with a 3 bay colorbond shed

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

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• Perfectly posioned on a 1 acre allotment, with dual driveways is this fantasc, as new, execuve family home in a desirably tranquil seng. • Five bedrooms give the home plenty of room for the growing family or visitors.

• This 3 Bedroom duplex property would suit the first home owner or investor alike • Located on a large allotment approx 729 sqm • New floang floors throughout property

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Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539 37 Pressey St, Mt Gambier

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Fiona

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$120,000 - $125,000

• Neat and dy 2 bedroom Mount Gambier stone duplex with open plan living • Sheltered outdoor pao & bbq area • Close to schools, transport and shops

Alistair

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• Set on 1792m2 of flat ground • 1 Bedroom coage with BIRs, provision for 2nd Bedroom • Open plan led kitchen with stunning features, dining, lounge • Huge built in mber wall unit and S/C wood fire

• Beauful completely renovated 3 bedroom home set on a double block • Lovely neutral kitchen with quality stainless steel Miele appliances • Open lounge room complete with slow combuson fire place.

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Fiona Telfer 7 Jackaway St, Blackfellows Caves

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• 3 bedroom home set on a 1/4 acre block with great shedding • Close to an excellent boat ramp • The hub of the cray fishing and fishing area • Great sized kitchen with plenty of storage and slow combuson heang

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 49 Anthony St, Mt Gambier

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$185,000 - $190,000

OPEN SUNDAY 12.15 - 12.30 • 3 bedroom stone home in a lovely quite neighbourhood close McDonald Park School • Main bedroom with BIR’s • Open plan kitchen and dining with electric cooking

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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OPEN SUNDAY 11.45 - 12.00

• Dolomite fronted home just metres for the city centre • Spacious 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR • Set on approx 1600 sqm, with a large shed


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08 8726 4400

3 WATER ‘TAKING’ LICENCES FOR SALE

OPEN SATURDAY • Solid brick home • 3 bedrooms, all with robes • Formal lounge • Open kitchen – meals area • Great family room WEB Id. 9919667 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SATURDAY

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For Sale by ‘Expressions of Interest’ • Phone Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 134 North Terrace, Mt Gambier

$260,000

11 Greenridge Drive, Mt Gambier

$349,000

OPEN SAT JUL 30 9.30 - 9.50

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OPEN SATURDAY • 2 spacious bedrooms both with robes • Large lounge • Open plan living • Solid mber kitchen • Under cover parking WEB Id. Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Spacious homee • 2 bedrooms both with robes • Open plan living • Semi enclosed outdoor pao • Remote garage with internal access WEB Id. 9799968 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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1/89 Crouch Street South, Mt Gambier $199,000

• 444,106 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Grey’ • 267,406 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Riddoch’ • 127,400 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Monbulla”

$239,000

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14/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier EW

$199,000

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64 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier

OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SAT JUL 30 10.00 - 10.20

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2 Hilltop Avenue, Mount Gambier

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$399,000

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Spacious master bedroom with ensuite • Large Tassie Oak mber kitchen • Open plan kitchen/meals/family • Spacious formal lounge /Dining WEB Id. 9916809 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SAT JUL 30 10.30 - 10.50

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2/3 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier

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$498,000

REDUCED

OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SATURDAY

SIT BACK, RELAX, ALL THE HARD WORK’S DONE! • Renovated kitchen and bathroom • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIRs • Spa and swimming pool SAT JUL 30 • Entertainers delight 11.00 - 11.20 WEB Id. 9240604 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3 1 2

• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Separate office • Master with WIR & ensuite • Large formal lounge • Great open plan living WEB Id. 9768728 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

10 Carrison Road, Suttontown

89 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier

$375,000

OPEN SAT JUL 30 11.30 - 11.50

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19 Illawong Drive, Mt Gambier

$140,000

OPEN SUNDAY

• 4 bdrms all with BIR’s. Main with WIR & ens • Eat-in kitchen. Formal dining. Living room with s/c heater • Enclosed entertaining area with open fire SAT JUL 30 • 2 rooms off entertaining area suitable for teenagers 1.30 - 2.00 retreat/games room WEB Id. 9548633 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 6 2 4

• No power or water bills, Extra income • 3 Acres, awesome locaon • 4bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • +Granny flat – 2bedroom, 1 bathroom • Detached rumpus room

43 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $278,000

21 Bond Street, Mt Gambier

OPEN

MAKE AN OFFER

• 4 bedrooms • Large kitchen/living/dining area • Detached games room • Secure undercover parking • Private rear yard with access WEB Id. 9220019 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

OPEN SAT JUL 30

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OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SATURDAY Stunning unsurpassed views from both levels of this ultra-modern 3 bedroom plus office home featuring 2.5 bathrooms wi robes in 2 bedrooms, Large open plan Kitchen, meals and entertaining area on the SAT JUL 30 top level and a separate living area down stairs. 12.45 - 1.15 WEB Id. 8991578 3+ 2.5 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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OPEN

• 4 bdrms all with robes. Master with ensuite • 2 Bathrooms • Formal lounge • Open plan living • Stunning stone benchtops WEB Id. 9538376 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

• Open Plan Kitchen Meals • Gas Heated Lounge • 3 Spacious Bedrooms • Freshly painted throughout

OPEN SUN JUL 31 1.00 - 2.00

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• New floor coverings and window treatment’s • Elevated allotment • Large rear yard • Close to new Plaza Shopping centre • Eligible buyers period ends 27/08/2016

WEB Id. 10021185 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

$230,000

29 Bowman Street, Millicent

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• AFFORDABLE HOMES PROGRAM • Solid stone home on corner allotment • Freshly painted interior & exterior, new neutral blinds t/out • Dine-in kitchen with lino flooring & electric stove • North facing lounge with electric heang WEB Id. 9989207 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

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NEW PRICE

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• 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Formal lounge room • Sunroom with amazing views • Updated bathroom, 2 garages • Corner allotment subdivision potenal (STCC) Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 WEB Id. 9845432 3

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• Both the dining & lounge have large window which let in plenty of light • 3 bedrooms, mber polished floor t/out bedrooms & lounge • Bathroom with separate shower & bath & stand alone hand basin • Separate toilet and adjacent laundry • Side yard access, rural outlook to adjacent farming land • Eligible Buyers Period Expires on 20/8/2016

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Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

MALCOLM LEWIS

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0411 899 693

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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Cnr Glen Street & Railway Terrace, Millicent I Ph 8735 5800 I Fax 8735 5855 I

RLA 62833

08 8726 4400 30 Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier $415,000-$435,000

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$169,000

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REDUCED TO SELL OUT • 4 Bedroom plus study • 3 Living zones • Modern kitchen • Mul-level decking • Amazing city views WEB Id. 9103568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

• 3 bedrooms • Open plan living • Funconal kitchen • Rear and front verandahs • Double garage • Large corner allotment • Opposite park

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27 Moonah Ave, Nelson

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$299,955

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5 ACRES

• Serviced Allotments • 1425m2 TO 2368m2 • Side and back fencing • Only 6 left

• Utilities including power, Telstra, town water and sewer • Bike paths surrounding estate • All $115,000

Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 | Web Id. 7626186

• 3 large bedrooms (2 with BIRS) • Spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining room • outdoor living area with kitchen facilies protected by roller blinds • Massive storage room complete with shelving • Double garage UMR with automac roller doors & internal access

• 4 bedrooms • 2 large living areas • Extra large double garage • EAT in country kitchen • Self-contained games room/teenagers retreat • Numerous garages of all sizes

WEB Id. 9841237 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

WEB Id. 9767079 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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PONY CLUB HONOURS BEST RIDERS The Mount Gambier & District Pony Club recently held its annual trophy presentation day with around 15 riders starting off the day of celebrations practising novelties, showjumping and cross country. The club’s riders are only a few weeks away from competing at the Zone Championships, which will be hosted by the Beachport Pony Club, but run at the Mount Gambier grounds. Riders will compete in mounted games, showjumping and dressage and vie for the title of Horse/Pony of the Year.

The club also held its AGM at the presentation day with Megan Harrison stepping into the president’s role and head instructor Nikki Scrivener adding vice president to her responsibilities. Kate Carraill (secretary) and Michelle Monkley (treasurer) remained in their roles, as did committee members Kerry McKinnon, Robyn Glynn and Leah Sutherland, while new faces Narelle Klingberg, Jodie Whicker and Melissa Morteson were welcomed to the committee for the coming season. For more information about getting involved please contact the secretary on 0400 170 948. MOUNT GAMBIER PONY CLUB TROPHY WINNERS Most Rallies Attended: Ruby Kenny Most Improved Junior: Mia Dyson (Absent) Most Improved Intermediate: Caitlin Carraill & Jamison Klingberg Most Improved Senior: Greg Scrivener Best Presented: Brianna McKinnon Goldie Award: Ruby Kenny Junior Club Person Spirit Award: Emily Harrison Intermediate Club Person Spirit Award: Crystal Batu (Absent) Senior Club Person: Kate Carraill Encouragement Award Junior: Piper Stork Encouragement Award Intermediate: Matilda Jones Encouragement Award Senior: Chelsea Whicker “Misfit Trophy” - Most Successful Rider at the Mount ODE above Grade 5: Brianna McKinnon Most Successful Rider in Grade 5 at the Mount ODE: Ruby Kenny Left - The 2015/16 Mount Gambier Pony Club Award Winners.

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AUSTRALIAN MOVIE PREMIERE COMES TO HAMILTON

GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF WATER QUALITY

Southern Grampians Shire Council is thrilled to announce that the Hamilton Cinema will host the Australian Premiere of Yarn: the Movie this Saturday. The film, a documentary by Una Lorenzen, explores the fun, crazy, crafty world of yarn and yarn bombing, and those wonderful people who make it their lifestyle. The film shows how knitting has evolved from a simple craft or a comforting pastime, into an art form and through the film we meet the creatives from across the world (who consider themselves yarn-artists) and hear them talk about the material they love. The premiere, a fundraiser for the Woolly West Fest ,is timed to coincide with Sheepvention. The agricultural field show is one of the premier events on the Greater Hamilton events calendar and brings more than 40,000 visitors to the region each and every year. Sheepvention is held next Monday and Tuesday. Southern Grampians Shire Mayor Cr Peter Dark said he was very excited that Hamilton Cinema would host the premiere of Yarn: the Movie in Hamilton.

One of the largest water surveys to be undertaken in the Limestone Coast is now underway. The Limestone Coast Grape and Wine Council (LCGWC) have secured grants through the South East Natural Resource Board’s ‘Partnerships Funding Program’ and Wine Australia’s Regional Program to conduct an extensive online survey and follow-up workshops on groundwater use and quality. The LCGWC is calling on the region’s 1500-plus irrigators, of which 222 are vineyards, to add some depth to existing knowledge about groundwater quality by completing the confidential questionnaire by the end of July, with the feedback set to contribute towards the development of best management practices for optimum bore health. Coonawarra viticulturist Dr Cath Kidman and LSCGWC Technical SubCommittee chair, Dr Kerry DeGaris, are leading the survey team looking to help secure the future sustainability of the resource. “We know bore health is changing and that it can impact upon irrigation infrastructure and bore life,” Dr Kidman said. “We want to know if people have noticed changes in the water from their bores, whether they are spending more on bore maintenance than in the past, and whether they have had to change irrigation practices because of a loss inefficiency.” The survey is not exclusive to the wine industry, with all licensed irrigators in the Limestone Coast encouraged to participate and be in the draw to win an iPad.

“A film all about wool, premiering during the week of Sheepvention, an event that showcases our wool heritage to the world? It doesn’t get much better than that,” Mayor Dark said. “Sheepvention is a wonderful celebration of our rural lifestyle and it continues to highlight everything we love about the wool industry. The film will premiere on the Saturday night prior to Sheepvention will allow those who are in town for the event to start their week off in a really fun and different way this year”. The film will show for a week with a variety of session times available. Full details will be available on the Hamilton cinema website.

“I encourage everyone who can, to come along and enjoy Yarn: the Movie while it’s here in Hamilton” Mayor Dark said. Tickets for the premier are available from the Woolly West Fest headquarters at 210 Gray Street Hamilton or through Naomi Turner 0407 944 835. More information about session times or the film, can be obtained from Leah Martin, Cinema Manager on (03)5573 0472. Above - A scene fromYarn: The Movie. Left - Movie director Una Lorenzen.

“We want to hear from all regional irrigators from intensive horticulture to irrigated pastures, so that we can gain a better understanding of the problems they are facing with Iron and Sulphate bacteria, calcium deposits, salinity and the impacts of these on infrastructure, and the costs and methods that are being employed to remediate these issues,” Dr Kidman says. Project facilitator, Dr Kerry DeGaris, said the results of this survey would allow the LCGWC to better target research and extension on the management of these problems through a series of workshops and publications later in the year. “The feedback and subsequent workshops will address the key issues identified in the survey, and provide benefits to landholders in terms of bottom line and hopefully longevity of their systems and infrastructure,” she said. The survey closes on July 31 and is available at http://limestonecoastwine. com.au/whats-on/irrigators-survey/ Above - Damage that iron bacteria can do to infrastructure such as pump shafts. Photo supplied by Lawrences Irrigation.

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SEASIDE BEER FESTIVAL SET TO RETURN Beer enthusiasts rejoice, the Limestone Coast town of Robe has heard your cries and will be delivering this September when the Robe Home Brew and Craft Beer Festival kicks off again. Now in its third year, the Robe Beer Festival is fast becoming a popular event for not only the local South East people, but for everyone after something a little different to enjoy in those colder months while visiting the region. This year’s event is sure to quench your thirst, with last years overall home-brew winner Jeff Croser said to be showcasing his winning brew from the 2015 competition. With home-brew entry forms now available, beer lovers are encouraged to follow in Jeff’s footsteps and give their own brews a go. Winemaker and beer lover Peta Baverstock took over the important role of head beer drinker for this year’s festival. “Being a winemaker, there is a lot of palate cleansing occurring during vintage with an ale or the like,” she said. “It was a natural progression to help out with a mostly ‘carbonated beverage’ competition and bring a little experience to the judging and stewarding part of the festival. This is the first year I am solely wearing the hat as ‘convenor’ and have Jamie Aitken to thank for passing the baton onto me.” The festival started brewing in 2014 when local Robe events and tourism gogetter Jamie Aitken was looking for like-minded people to come together and help put Robe on the map all year round. A famously popular town in the warm summer months already, Jamie could see the potential for tourism to help grow the small seaside town during its off peak season. With many interesting characters and talented individuals calling Robe home it was only natural the ideas would flow. The first year was a huge success, with loads of interest following on from the relatively unknown event. This year Peta has managed to put together a small committee of local volunteers with expertise, talents and tastebuds offering different ideas and bucket loads of enthusiasm to make it a standout. “The group came together by amalgamating the Events Committee of the Robe Tourism Association and previous Beer Festival Committee members (who also love beer),” said Peta. “We also seek advice from many different people and avenues which has contributed greatly to the planning of this year’s event. Volunteers are needed to make this Festival viable, many hours go into the organising of such an event”. Acting chair for the Robe Tourism Association Neil Welsh said the tourism committee, and events such as the Beer Festival, were turning Robe into a premium tourist destination. “Robe, l feel has achieved remarkable success in establishing itself as one of the most premium tourist destinations in South Australia,” he said. “The option to establish different forms of tourism

visitation has some very complex issues to make it sustainable, as primarily built on volunteer labour, but if a town can muster the energy and resource then the Aladdin’s Cave of opportunity awaits. The Success of the Robe Beer Festival comes from the enthusiasm of motivated individuals promoting their passion through a festival in the craft of brewing, which then motivates and attracts other like minded individuals.” Not just for the home-brewers though, this year’s event will play host to five established boutique brewers from South Australia and Victoria of beer, cider and mead, as well as craft beers on tap from South Australian brewer Coopers Brewery. “The festival will be hosted at the Robe Institute, which naturally lends itself to the Beer Garden debuting this year,” said Peta. “With the grass around this centrally located historical building the festival day’s themed activities will occur in The Coopers Beer Garden. The gathering of the brew makers, tasters and the discoverers will all find something to immerse themselves in and with the mix of stallholders it will create a unique experience in the seaside town not to be missed.” Robe’s Beer Festival will come alive on the weekend of September 17 and 18, with artisan local food producers, cold beers, cider and mead available, and activities for all ages taking place in the Coopers Beer Garden, from 10am. A carefully selected judging panel would have already selected the winning brews, giving festival goers the chance to check out the entries, craft brews and live music with friends and family. “The core activities of this event require exhibitors to enter home brews for judging in specified categories with the announcement of the winners on the proceeding day,” said Peta. “The call has been put out for all brewing enthusiasts to enter and to join in the weekend’s events program. “The judging format will be run differently to last year, (which was subsequently run differently again from the inaugural year of the concept) with the expertise of Adelaide Tafe Head Lecturer of the Brewing Faculty Stephen Nelson returning to the judging panel.” This year judging will be conducted in a similar way to other beer competitions which are nationally held. “In particular, the exhibits within their category class will not be judged as a flight, like a wine show would be,” said Peta. “Rather each beer will be pre-poured into a minimum of two glasses and presented masked to seated judges, who will score, discuss the attributes and submit the final scores. In contrast, Stephen has also suggested to keep some of the unique aspects and character that only our country show can offer, for this reason, the ‘Local’ category of entries will still be judged and celebrated as a flight.” Categories include, but are not limited to, best pale lager, best porter, best wheat and rye beer or best cider. A

full list of categories can be found on the Robe Home Brew and Craft Beer Festival Facebook page, as well as through the brand new Robe Tourism website www.robe.com.au which launched this month. “The festivities this year will include live music, food vans, chargrill barbecues, pop-up bars and associated craft and retail stalls all creating a Robe Beer Garden and family market day feel in Mundy Terrace, the continuation of the main street of Robe,” said Peta. “Other beverages such as local wines, cider, mead, coffee and homemade lemonade will be on offer along with the delicious and thirst quenching craft beers. There will be dinner invitations for the Friday and Saturday nights at our two local pubs - The Robe Hotel and The Caledonian Hotel - with related events, including a meet and greet the judges over a darts competition and speciality beers on the pour. The festival is really a nirvana for beer, cider, food, crafted goods and music lovers.” During Saturday’s events festival goers will have the opportunity to learn about historical brewing techniques used at Robe’s very own brewery, the Robe Town Brewery. Owner and brewer Maris Biezaitis will explain the methods as well as troubleshooting “what went wrong in your home-brew” with Stephen Nelson. “The demonstrations on offer this year are quite diverse and create interest for the festival goer,” said Peta. “From learning the sensory attribute of beer tasting or ‘how to taste and talk beer’ with the drinks ambassador from Coopers to cooking with head chef Mark Wright from Mayura Station Wagyu Beef Farm. The demonstrations will go for 30 minutes and are all free to attend.” Winners will be announced Saturday afternoon with prestigious trophies up for grabs, among other exciting prizes. Festival partner Robe Town Brewery will be on show Sunday, when they celebrate their first cellar-door birthday. “On the Sunday the focus will be on the newly established Robe Town Brewery celebrating their first birthday, with an open day and activities at the Brewery, located on the Robe to Penola Road,” said Peta. Brewer Maris Biezaitis said people would be able to visit the brewery for a day of good company, great music and fantastic food. “People can come and enjoy good company, listen to good music, eat fantastic flame-grilled fare from Gather Food & Wine, and, of course, try a very wide range of the specialty beers and ales we make,” he said. “We should have at least 10 different beers available for sampling and enjoying, including last year’s winning home-brew contest beer, and a couple of new and very interesting ales made at the brewery. These will include also beverages that will appeal to non-beer drinkers, and a non-alcoholic malt drink that can be enjoyed by all, including the kids.” The unique Robe Town Brewery is lifestyle1.net | 28

fast making a name for itself with the invention of quirky brews like their Moby Dick Ambergris Ale and the Wild Muntrie sparkling beer. But it’s their popular flagship beers that keep people coming back for more. After falling in love with the seaside town of Robe in 2011, Maris and wife Kristi wasted no time in developing a line of craft beers. Embedded in historical features, from the methods used to brew their beer, the stories behind their beer labels and the

re-establishment of Robe’s first brewery which was first owned and operated in the 1860s, Robe Town Brewery is a feature for Robe’s food and wine scene. “We use historical brewing methods and techniques, are very hands on and all natural in all aspects of the production and we brew the way it would have been made centuries ago,” said Maris. “We love showing our products to a wide range of people, everyone has such unique individual tastes, so its great to hear


SEASIDE BEER FESTIVAL SET TO RETURN and experience people’s reactions and feedback to the products we so lovingly craft.” The small and independent boutique brewery has been a fixture on the Limestone Coast festival scene for the last few years, with their Pale Ale and Amber Ale already popular craft brews ready to be enjoyed. The Shearer’s Joy Historic Farmhouse Ale is expected to get people talking this year, being the first craft beer to be brewed in the newly established cellar-door. “The Shearer’s Joy is made with ingredients that would have been used to make a beer on a South Australian

farmstead back in the 1800s,” said Maris. “It is a partial sour mash of malted barley and potatoes; lightly flavoured with homegrown hops, ginger and wild horehound – an old medicinal herb of the mint family.” The festival is not just about showcasing Robe, but showing that by forming collaborations with many other local producers and promoting whats on offer in the region helps to increase visitation to the Limestone Coast. “Often living in the country can be quite isolating, so by having a predominantly male focused themed festival it gives the men in regional

society a reason or activity to participate in and to get together and talk,” said Peta. “Furthermore there are bragging rights for the winners of the Home Brew Awards - well at least for 12 months. The home brew aspect to the festival will always keep the event at a grass roots level which is vital in maintaining the country hospitality feel we are aiming for.” Neil Welsh said it’s not difficult to work out why the festival has been such a success. “l feel it can only grow in popularity, especially if the local boutique food producers of the Limestone Coast region also take the opportunity to ride

on the wave of visitors to Robe,” he said. “Robe is the Jewel of the Limestone Coast and events like the Beer Festival encourages people to visit with the reward of a premium craft beer for their effort.” For all the latest of this year’s festival and entry forms visit The Robe Home Brew and Craft Beer Festival Facebook page. Entry forms can be found on the Robe Tourism website www. robe.com.au, or can be picked up from and delivered to Jim Carter - Diamond Cue Mount Gambier, Home Ideas Centre Adelaide, the Robe Post Office and at the Robe Town Brewery. BY KATE FOREMAN

Craft Brewers Odyssey Craft Brewing Co Crash landing on Earth in 2012, Odyssey Craft Brewing Co is a family-owned and operated business based out of Geelong on Victoria’s surf coast. Grant and Leah Bryne had the idea to open a venue after working in breweries and wineries on the Western Australian coast. “Grant always wanted to open a venue and as their love for craft beer grew they felt Geelong would benefit from a venue that offered a wide range of beers from all over the country,” said Odyssey’s marketing guru Callum Nicholls. The Odyssey Tavern and Brewery officially opened in 2012 and with the help of Robe regular Callum has grown into a craft beer revolution. Taking over the brewing arm of the business a year ago, Callum has helped grow Odyssey’s beer range through production and re-branding. Odyssey is looking forward to showcasing at this years Robe Beer Festival. “This is the part of the job that we really love,” says Callum. “It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase our beers to a whole new group of beer lovers in a perfect location. “With Robe being such a special place to our family we just can’t wait to get involved, and we are stoked to currently have our beers in at the Adventurous Spoon in Robe.” With already so many life-long friends in Robe the Odyssey team are excited to join in this years festivities and keep the journey of craft beer going.

The Cide-Project Not only for the beer drinkers, this years festival is also featuring a cider developed right here on the Limestone coast. Using Kalangadoo apples, a team of eight are working on the delicious apple cider as a ‘side project’ to their day jobs. “From cubby houses to old school autos to renovations at home. Screenplays, art projects and that guitar that gathers more dust than you’d like to admit - side projects are a time honoured tradition,” says the Cide-Project’s Jamie McDonald. “And that’s what our Cide Project is all about - tradition. Traditional cider apple varieties with funny and fancy names like Lord Lambourne and Belle de Boskoop, all grown in our orchard in pristine Kalangadoo.” The Cide Project jumped at the chance to become involved with this years festival. “We love Robe, it’s the Limestone Coast’s summer playground,” said Jamie. “Any excuse to go back.” Jamie says cider consumption in Australia is growing at a spectacular rate, with many of the new drinkers traditional beer drinkers. “I think the two beverages go hand-in-hand,” he says. “Cider is very easy drinking, so I think the addition of cider to the festival will be well received in Robe. “We love beer at The Cide Project, so we can’t wait to get along to the festival and do some tasting ourselves!”.

Forty-Acre Brewing With a passion for all things beer, the centrally located Victorian brewer is the perfect craft beer to showcase at this years festival. After getting in touch with Robe Town Brewery’s Maris and touring the unique brewery here in Robe, husband and wife team Trev and Jo Mitchell decided to come onboard. “One of the reasons we began brewing commercially was that it allowed us to share our passion with other similar minded people,” said Trev. “We’ve been involved with both the Bendigo Craft beer festival and the Great Australian Beer SpecTapular this year and both were special in different ways. “Smaller festivals allow us to spend time chatting with people who are experienced craft beer drinkers as well as people who may not have had any craft beer exposure at all.” Forty Acres beers are not available in South Australia, with the exception of internet sales, making this years festival even more exciting. “By all accounts the Robe Home Brew and Craft Beer Festival is a ripper weekend. Should be fun!,” says Trev. Sourcing products both here in Australia and overseas, Forty Acre doesn’t use any preservatives or artificial enhancers and covers a range of styles and strengths. “Beer is the great equaliser. It doesn’t matter about what job you do, where you live or grew up or what footy team you go for people can always find some common ground over a well made, delicious beer.”

Smoothbeard Mead Also located on the Limestone Coast Smoothbeard Mead is looking for beer drinkers to join the mead revolution. “Mead is commonly known as the oldest alcoholic drink with history dating back thousands of years,” says director Angus Simbert. “Alcohol is made through the fermentation of sugar and what makes mead, mead is that its made purely through the fermentation of the sugar in honey. “Traditionally mead is quite high in alcohol similar in style to wine, Smoothbeard however puts a modern twist on the traditional style - it’s a 5.1% alcohol, sparkling style, which is light, dry and refreshing.” Basically a cross between beer and cider making Smoothbeard another perfect match for this years festival. “I’m really excited to feature Smoothbeard at the festival, being made in Coonawarra and using honey from Tintinara it’s a true South East product,” says Angus. Another frequent visitor to Robe the lads from Smoothbeard are keen to showcase their mead to beer enthusiasts. “While Mead is interesting in its own right, I find at beer festivals after drinking big hoppy beers like IPA’s you need a spacer to cleanse your palate,” says Angus. “Smoothbeard is a great refreshing option for this.”

NARACOORTE LIBRARY CLOSURE

The Naracoorte Public Library is relocating around the corner to 165 Smith Street (opposite the intersection of Smith and Rolland Streets). To allow for the relocation to occur the library will be closed for at least one week from August 1-7. It is anticipated the library will re-open on August 8 at 9am.

PINE TREE REMOVAL ON THE AGENDA Feedback is sought from the community on the removal of five pine trees located on the Lucindale Recreation Reserve, Lucindale Oval section along the boundary between the Oval and Yakka Park. A request has been received from the Lucindale Cricket Club for the removal of five pine trees at the Lucindale Recreation Reserve. The cricket club believe the trees pose a risk to people playing cricket with balls being deflected from the trees and the trees casting shadows across the cricket pitch. As the trees are more than 5m in height, and, in accordance with Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s tree management policy, the decision to remove the trees is the responsibility of the elected members. To aid them in making a decision that reflects the community’s wishes, feedback is invited. A copy of the tree management policy is available on the council’s website. If the removal of the trees is supported by the wider community the cost of felling the trees and stump mulching will be borne by council. The Lucindale Cricket Club will be requested to remove debris.

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE ON THE TABLE The first round of Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s Community Chest for 2016/17 is open. Council is pleased to announce that limited funds ($20,000) are available for distribution to community and sporting groups to foster development of community services and events under the first round of Community Chest for 2016/17. Application forms are available from council offices and the council website naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au and must be returned on or before 4pm, Thursday, August 25. Funding decisions should be advised by September 30.

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HIGHLAND DANCING TRADITION SPANS A NEW GENERATION Of all the past times steeped in tradition, highland dancing would be near the top of the list. And it’s not just tradition, it is family tradition - the family based tartans just one of those unique elements. And while some of those connections to the past are waning, what hasn’t changed is the physical nature of highland dancing, the intricate techniques required and the commitment to training if you want to be one of the best. Katie Edwards (nee Bell) was one of the best this region has ever seen, as was her teacher Margaret Reichelt – both Australian champions in their day - and now a new generation is taking the baton and continuing the tradition with Katie’s daughter Lucy now also an Australasian champion at just nine years of age. Lucy was one of eight Margaret Cleves School of Dancing students competing at the Grand Australasian Championships in Sydney earlier this month and fellow student Hailee Pearce finished runnerup to Lucy in the 9 Years & Under Grand Australasian Championship. It was 25 years ago that Lucy’s mother Katie won her Grand Australasian Championship in the 13, 14 & 15 Years champion ship in 1991, just reward for a hard working student who started dancing as a four year old. “Mum took me to ballet and I didn’t really like it,” Katie said. “A family friend suggested highland dancing and I loved it from the first lesson.” And until she was 21, when she stepped away, it was a huge part of her life and it looks like it is set to become a big part of her girls’ lives too, with Lucy clearly already excelling and youngest

daughter Evie also a student at the Margaret Cleves School of Dancing. “It wouldn’t have worried me if they didn’t want to do it,’ Katie said. “But they both love it and I never have to push them to practise or to go to classes.” Lucy already slightly has the edge on mum – she is an Australian champion at age nine, whereas Katie’s first championship experience, let alone victory, was as a 10 year old. Like other disciplines where a judge or adjudicator has the final say, highland dancing judging can be tricky to read. “Some judges are really focussed on the technical side of it and others focus on the aesthetics,” Katie said. For Katie, Lucy and Evie, highland dancing is also about a family history steeped in Scottish heritage. Katie’s great grandfather founded the South Eastern National Dancing Association and Katie’s grandmother, on her father’s side, was a highland dancer. And it doesn’t stop there, with Katie’s mother and two aunties all long serving members of the Blue Lake Ladies Pipe Band. “I did try bagpipes,” Katie said. But her gift was clearly dancing her way to success in the high intensity discipline. She might have been crowned an Australian champion in 1991 but it was 1996 where she made her mark on the international stage, competing at the British Overseas Championships, where she finished fourth, and also at the World Championships. While in Scotland to compete, Katie also passed the British Association of Teachers of Dancing exam and then gained similar qualifications in

Katie Edwards following her Australian Championship victory in 1991.

Lucy Edwards following her Australasian championship victory this month. Australia by passing the National Dancing Association of Australasia exam. It was success built on hard work – practising everyday at home as well as heading to classes with the highly credentialed Margaret Reichelt three times a week. It was in 2003 that Katie returned to

the school to assist with some teaching. “And I’ve been there ever since,” she said. It looms as the prime reason her girls initially got involved. “They would come to classes with me and just get up at the back and copy what the students were doing,” Katie said. And much like

Katie never looked back from her first experience of highland dancing, so, too, her girls have fallen in love with it. Both started formal lessons as three years olds and Lucy is already showing glimpses not just of ability but also a want to work hard.

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HIGHLAND DANCING TRADITION SPANS A NEW GENERATION “She practises most days but I do like her to have at least one day off, and she has classes three times a week,” Katie said. Evie is also already competing and starting to enjoy her own success at primary level. Katie is conscious it is one of those activities that doesn’t have a season. There are four locally run competitions a year – the Mil Lel, Mount Gambier and Penola Shows, as well as Heywood’s Wood Wine & Roses Festival – and then the June Long Weekend event, which is the school’s major event for the year, run by the South Eastern National Dancing Association, as are the country show events. Just those local events are spread throughout the year from Heywood in February to Penola at the end of October, and then, of course, there are the other major competitions dotted around Australia. The Grand Australasian Championships is one of those, conducted by the National Dancing Association of Australasia. Competing against dancers from New Zealand, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and South Australia, the Margaret Cleves students returned home from the 2016 event with numerous medals, sashes and titles, as well as that coveted Grand Australasian Championship, courtesy of Lucy.There is no doubt another highlight of her mother’s career that Lucy would love to emulate – in 2004 Katie danced at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo – the pinnacle of many young highland dancers’ careers.

2016 GRAND AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS (MARGARET CLEVES SCHOOL OF DANCING STUDENTS) • Evie Edwards 3 gold medals in Primary • Baie Perryman Winner of the Beginners 11yrs & over Grand Australasian Festival Title • Isabelle Bidese Joint winner of the Novice 7-8yrs Grand Australasian Festival Title • Emily Williams Runner up in the Novice 13yrs & over Grand Australasian Festival Title • Tulle Perryman Runner up in the Restricted Premier 7-13yrs Grand Australasian Premiership and 6th in the 12-13yrs Grand Australasian Championship • Lucy Edwards Winner of the 7-9yrs Grand Australasian Championship and Equal 3rd in the 7-11yrs Premier Grand Australasian Cup • Hailee Pearce Runner up in the 7-9yrs Grand Australasian Championship and Equal Runner up in the 7-9yrs Premier National Premiership • Ebony McDonald 5th in the 12-13yrs Grand Australasian Championship Lucy Edwards (left) with her current teacher Margaret Reichelt (seated) and her mother Katie Edwards.

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The South East Animal Welfare League relies heavily on donations and fundraisers and one of its major efforts for 2016 will be on Thursday, August 4, when it hosts a movie night at Mount Gambier’s Oatmill Cinema. Edina and Patsy are still oozing glitz and glamor, living the high life they are accustomed to; shopping, drinking and clubbing their way around London’s trendiest hot-spots in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. Blamed for a major incident at an uber fashionable launch party, they become entangled in a media storm and are relentlessly pursued by the paparazzi. Fleeing penniless to the glamorous playground of the superrich, the French Riviera, they hatch a plan to make their escape permanent and live the high life forever more. Picking up where the TV series left off, the laughs are guaranteed as this shameless duo continue their antics. There will be refreshments from 6pm and the screening starts at 6.30pm, with tickets ($15) available from Redgum Country and Chapman’s Newsagency.


TIGHT COMPETITION AT MONTHLY CLAY SHOOT After the recent heavy rain the South East Field and Game Monthly Clay Shoot enjoyed a dry, sunny but cool day for 50 Target Handicap shoot sponsored by O`Conner & Graney and Castec Rural. A shoot off between Veteran Ron Rhook and Tim Widdison was required to determine the Off the Gun Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun winner, with Rhook holding his nerve to win, however Widdison had the consolation of winning the Handicap High Gun. The handicap scoring system necessitated numerous countbacks to determine the places in most grades. Tony Sellars won AA grade by countback from club president Ernie Scheidl, who also shot a possible 25 round, and Malcolm Whitehead in third. Phil Begelhole, from Portland, won A Grade, from Lake Bonney’s Alan Cowin and Craig Hill in third. The Butcher and the Baker banished on the podium in B Grade with Brian Shelton winning and Darren Murrell third behind Herb Whitehead. C Grade was won by Gary Clifford beating out Reg Hamilton and a returning Alan Spokes. Countbacks were used again in veterans to determine Geoff Lowe beat Chris VonStanke and Neville Kent. Supervet Robert Simson shot a 57, with handicap, and was unlucky to miss out on Handicap High Gun by countback over Widdison. Ernie Allen and Kevin Dyson took out the minor placings. Ladies saw Kingston shooter Kellie Peterson win over Vicki Fabris. Juniors saw Dylan Scheidl beat Cambell Serle and promising Sub Junior Declan Wright proved that apples don’t fall far from the tree to win over Brodie VonStanke-Dowie.

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS CINNAMON ANZAC COOOKIES 150g (1 cup) plain flour 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 125g (1 1/3 cups) rolled oats 85g (1 cup) desiccated coconut 115g (1/2 cup) caster sugar 55g (1/4 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar 125g butter, cubed 60ml (1/4 cup) golden syrup 2 tablespoons water 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda

RESULTS Gambier Shooting Supplies HIGH GUN Ron Rhook 47/50 OTG Tim Widdison 57/50 AA 1. T. Sellars 48/50 2. E. Scheidl 48/50 3. M. Whitehead 47/50 A 1. P. Begelhole 56/50 2. A. Cowin 54/50 3. C. Hill 53/50 B 1. B. Shelton 54/50 2. H. Whitehead 54/50 3. D. Murrell 52/50 C 1. G. Clifford 56/50 2. R. Hamilton 54/50 3. A. Spokes 52/50

Veterans 1. G. Lowe 48/50 2. C. VonStanke 48/50 3. N. Kent 47/50 Super Veterans 1. R. Simson 57 /50 2. E. Allen 56/50 3. K. Dyson 54/50 Ladies 1. K. Peterson 49/50 2. V. Fabris 47/50 Juniors 1. D. Scheidl 47/50 2. C. Serle 44/50 Sub Juniors 1. D. Wright 50/50 2. B. VonStanke-Dowie 36/50

Method Preheat oven to 150oC. Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper. Sift together the flour and cinnamon in a medium bowl. Add the rolled oats, coconut, caster sugar and brown sugar, and mix well. Combine the butter, golden syrup and water in a small saucepan, and stir over medium heat until the butter melts and the mixture is well combined. Remove from heat and stir in the bicarbonate of soda. Add immediately to the dry ingredients and use a wooden spoon to stir until well combined. Roll walnut-sized portions of mixture into balls and place on the lined tray about 5cm apart. Use your fingers to flatten each slightly (until they are about 1cm thick) and bake in preheated oven for 18 minutes for crisp on the outside and chewy in the centre. Remove from oven and set aside for 5 minutes to cool slightly before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. Repeat with the remaining mixture.

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Above - High Gun Winners Tim Widdison & Ron Rhook.

SLICK GREENS AFFECT SCORES After some miserable weather in past weeks, the sun shone on the Blue Lake course on Monday, however numbers were down to 31, as most had headed for the sunnier climes. On slick greens, the scores were not that flash with 35 points winning for Mike

Griffiths in first division and new member Phil McQueen in second division. Taking a trophy on his first outing made Phil very happy. Arch Sunderland 34 and Wayne Dunford 33 were the other placegetters in first division, while Colin Rex and Geoff Neilson, both with 31, placed second in

second division. All players received a ball for their attendance and the Ross Orchard trophy went to Brian Butcher and Ewan Herring for their efforts. The next South East Veterans Golf day is on August 1 and will be held at Bordertown.

FOLK DUO CELEBRATED IN TRIBUTE SHOW Simon & Garfunkel - The Concert is performed by tribute artists Mark Shelley & John Robertson. The stunning show is headed to the region on July 29 & 30, with shows in Hamilton and Warrnambool. Featuring Here’s to you Mrs Robinson, Homeward Bound, Sounds of Silence, Scarborough Fair, The Boxer, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Feelin’ Groovy and El Condor Pasa, Simon & Garfunkel - The Concert is inspired by their remarkable reunion Concert in Central Park New York. Shelley & Robertson and their live band recreate the magic, the sound and the stories of those memorable times. With more than 70 million record sales and 10 Grammy Awards, Simon & Garfunkel are one of the greatest vocal duos of all time. Their many hits defined the Folk Rock sound & established them as counterculture icons of the 1960s social revolution..

The July event of South East Tennis Senior players was held on July 17 at Active 8 Health & Sports Centre. The South east Tennis Seniors hosted players from Murray Bridge in what has become an annual exchange. Wendy McDonald won the ladies event from Chris Cram, while the men’s event went the way of Alan Rex. Kathy Pfeiffer was the pick of the Murray Bridge players. Above - Chris Cram, Trish Douglas, Kathy Pfeiffer & Wendy MacDonald.

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - GET INVOLVED... By ROBBIE TANSEL I’m getting a bit sick of seeing industry after industry suffering job losses. It’s depressing watching the news each night and hearing about another business that is cutting back. Anyway, I think it’s time that we all started doing something about this. We can’t just keep standing around hoping that it will fix itself. We can’t just expect to pay less and less for products and services and then be surprised when everything has to be manufactured overseas and there are less jobs. Those two things are related. I’ve decided that we need to pick an industry that is at risk and do something about it. Together. All of us. I’m really concerned about the postcard industry. People don’t send postcards anymore.

When was the last time that you sent or received a postcard? What do you mean that you don’t know what a postcard is? Ok, so a postcard is something that you send to someone in the mail. What do you mean you don’t know what the mail is? No not email. The mail is like email in that you send someone a message but it costs you more money and takes a few days to arrive and you have to write it with a pen. What do you mean you don’t know what a pen is? Anyway, you would normally send someone a postcard if you were on holidays and it would have a photo on one side and you write a message to a friend or family member on the back. Then you mail it to them. Normally the picture might be something to do with the place where you were having the holiday. If you were holidaying on the Gold Coast it might have topless ladies lying on the beach. If you were on holidays in Rio de Janeiro, it might have a photo of topless ladies lying on the beach. If you were having a holiday in the Caribbean it might have a photo of topless ladies lying on the beach. If you were holidaying in Greenland it might have a photo of topless ladies getting chased by polar bears (I’m pretty sure they don’t have polar bears in Greenland but

that’s the sort of things postcard makers do. And who’s going to be looking at the polar bears? Remember, topless ladies). Well the postcard industry employs at least two or three people worldwide. I think one person takes all the photos for the front of postcards, one person writes the little caption that goes on the back, and then one person works in the office dispatching them to tourist attractions around the country. I believe their jobs are at risk. I guess we better factor in the topless women who will now not have a job laying on beaches around the world. Postcards are out of vogue for a variety of reasons. The message you write on the back is visible to every person who the postcard passes through on its journey to your friend or family member, including staff at the post office and the postie. What do you mean you don’t know what a postie is? Apart from that there is a cost associated with postcards. You have to purchase the postcard itself and then pay the exorbitant cost of a stamp to send it on its way. Then factor in the ink from the pen you had to purchase. You probably only get a thousand or so postcards out of a good ball point pen, provided you don’t lose it at some point, or someone doesn’t borrow it and not return it. It all adds up. The rise of email and social media have undoubtedly been a kick in the guts to the postcard industry. They’re quick and so convenient. Think a little about the benefits though. Think of the joy that a

postcard brings into someone’s day. When you receive an email you think, “Oh great, another email thing that is forcing me to look at a computer screen. Just what I need. More emails to deal with.” When you receive a postcard you think, “Something came for me in the mail and it’s not a bill, catalogue or hate mail. I knew there was a reason I’d kept the mailbox out the front of the house.” Here’s the other thing. When you receive a postcard, it’s not like they’ve just travelled somewhere geographically. It’s also like they’ve travelled in time; back to when people sent postcards. “Jimmy’s in Queensland and it’s 1984 there.” Let’s be clear people. I’m going to be disappointed if we don’t rescue the postcard industry. I’d like you all to

send me a postcard care of Lifestyle1 magazine, 1/20 Penola Rd, Mount Gambier 5290. It does not have to have topless ladies on the front but it certainly wouldn’t hurt. Email me at robbietansel@gmail.com if you think there is another industry under threat. Or send me a postcard. On an unrelated note, my book Village Idiot of the Year continues to be available exclusively in Mount Gambier at Collins Booksellers but is now also available at Portland Books and Giftware in Portland. Apart from my great value for money book, there are plenty of other exciting gift options available. It’d definitely be worth getting a copy of my book soon though to avoid disappointment.

Book review THE CROWN’S GAME Vika and Nikolai are enchanters—the only two in Russia—and with the Ottoman Empire and the Kazakhs threatening, the Tsar needs a powerful enchanter by his side. by Evelyn Skye

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CELEBRATED LANDSCAPE ARTIST ON SHOW Hamilton Gallery is delighted to present John Wolseley: Mallee – Maquis – Desert - Rainforest, an exhibition covering 16 years of the work of one of Australia’s most noted and distinctive landscape artists, John Wolselely, which opened last week. The exhibition covers four main geographical areas - mallee, maquis, desert and rainforest - and includes examples of the artist’s work from the late 1980s till the present day. Since arriving in Australia in 1976, Wolseley, who was born in the UK in 1938, has undertaken numerous expeditions in various parts of Australia and overseas. Throughout his travels, he produces artworks which include scientific observation and both aesthetic and conceptual responses to the landscape, its ecology and environment that are under threat. Many of his works often include detailed journal notes, stating his observations and recordings of the flora and fauna. Through his images Wolseley conveys both information and feeling about the natural world. Wolseley develops artworks that show a deeply felt, layered, and often visceral association with the land. He works with local pigments, pollens and charcoal to allow nature to partially depict itself. Likewise he incorporates found fragments – pieces of bark, lichen, leaves, feathers and insects – into the fabric of his work. Through this way of working, the artist challenges traditional approaches to the depiction of landscape. Hamilton Gallery Director Sarah Schmidt said John Wolseley’s oeuvre spans seven decades already. “The attachment Wolseley has to landscape painting means we benefit greatly from these many decades

that the artist has devoted to forming insightful readings of our environment,” she said. “Hamilton Gallery is proud to show a representative body of work by John Wolseley, primarily from the past sixteen years, and delighted to welcome John to our community with his visit on the occasion of this exhibition opening.” The exhibition, showing only at Hamilton Gallery, draws together many small and large scale works on paper from both public and private collections as well as work from the artist’s studio. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Sir Roderick Carnegie in memory of his late wife, Carmen ~ Lady Carnegie. The exhibition will coincide with another of Hamilton Gallery’s major exhibitions, Streeton – Australia Felix – A Grampians Selection opening the same day. The exhibition will be on display until October 16. Above - Papilionaceae species with paint brush Grampians Ranges.

GLENELG SHIRE SOON TO BE LANDFILL FREE Waste will soon no longer be directed to landfill in the Glenelg Shire with final works being completed on the region’s newest transfer stations. Construction crews were last week laying the final aluminium walls on the Portland Transfer Station project, which is expected to be completed and operational in the next six weeks. More than 10 staff from Portland-based Mibus Bros construction, in addition to other local sub-contractors, have spent the past four months completing the works at the Cape Nelson Road site which are set to revolutionise waste and recycling practices in Portland and district. Casterton’s Transfer Station is also under construction with Portlandbased contractor GR Carr Pty Ltd working on-site since January. These works will transform the existing landfill interface to a modern self-sustained transfer station. Both Dartmoor and Nelson have been rehabilitated and transformed into transfer stations over the past 18 months, with the final capping works to be finalised over the next two months. These containment works form a barrier between the landfill waste and external environment. “These transfer stations are reducing the onerous compliance costs of managing our ageing landfills across the Glenelg Shire,” Mayor Max Oberlander said. “The transfer stations are clean, efficient and make it easier than ever for the public to drop-off their waste and recycling in a controlled environment, ensuring an environmentally friendly outcome for our community.”

COMMUNITY GRANTS NOW ON OFFER Wattle Range Council is calling for applications from eligible community groups from within the Wattle Range Council area for Round 1 of the 2016/17 Wattle Range Council Community Financial Assistance Grants program. Applications are invited in two categories; the Community Financial Assistance Grants assisting in the development of a broad range of projects and events; and the Community Sports and Recreation Grants specifically aimed to assist development of sports and recreation projects or events. Grants provided for any one project or event will be limited to $2000 and will be offered on a dollar for dollar basis if they meet the set criteria.

“The grants programs allow council to support local community and sporting groups in the purchase or upgrade of equipment and/or facilities or hosting of events to benefit our region,” Wattle Range Council CEO Ben Gower said. “I encourage community groups with eligible projects to submit an application for consideration by council.” Application forms are available from Council offices in Millicent, Beachport and Penola, or can be downloaded from Council’s website at www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au and should be received by Council no later than 5 pm on Friday, August 19.

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The Portland Volunteer Cancer Group will screen Brooklyn, starring Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, this Saturday, at the Portland Arts Centre. The critical fundraiser includes an afternoon tea from 3pm and the movie screening at 3.30pm. Tickets are $15 and available at Pauline’s Absolutely Fabulous, in Percy Street, Portland. This is the story of an Irish immigrant who lands in 1950s Brooklyn. For more information call 0427 234 792.

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SOUTH EAST DOMINATES EDUCATION AWARDS The South East is set to be represented in every category of the South Australian Excellence in Public Education Awards when they are announced at the National Wine Centre on Friday, October 14. Finalists have been named after South Australians nominated teachers, leaders and support staff who have made outstanding contributions to education across the State. More than 900 nominations were received from students, staff, parents and the wider community across South Australia with seven categories on offer. “The awards are a fantastic opportunity to formally recognise the exceptional contributions our states teachers, leaders and support staff make to public education,” South Australian Education and Child Development Minister Susan Close said. “The fact that we received more than 900 nominations proves we have an excellent group of educators and support staff who are not only professional and skilled, but who are passionate about helping our children thrive.” The winners receive grants for study opportunities to help further their professional development. The awards recognise and reward public education workers who have positively impacted the school community. “Each and every finalist has made an enormous contribution to public education in South Australia and we want to reward them for their commitment to providing the best possible educational outcomes for children across the State,” the minister said. Winners of the teaching

and support staff categories will receive professional learning of their choice up to the value of $10,000, and the winners from the leadership category will be given the opportunity to attend a course at Harvard Graduate School of Education in the United States. The winning partnership will receive a grant of up to $50,000 that will go toward a research project to support their priorities. The lifetime achievement nominee will win a $1000 grant to be used for their own personal wellbeing. We will learn a little bit more about these educators and projects in next week’s Lifestyle1 when school returns for Term 3. The seven categories and the South East based finalists: •Leadership: open to any leader in a DECD school, preschool or early childhood centre, including principals, preschool directors and deputy principals. Kirsty Lush Naracoorte South Primary School • Early Years Teaching: open to teachers of children and students, Birth-Year 2. Tina Watson Naracoorte South Primary School • Credit Union SA Primary Teaching: open to teachers of the primary years (Year 3–7). Amy Williams Kangaroo Inn Area School • Secondary Teaching: open to teachers of the secondary years (Year 8–12). Jade Lock Grant High School

• Support Staff: open to any support staff member in a DECD school, preschool or early childhood centre. Cheryl Kramm Naracoorte South Primary School • Partnership Innovation: open to teams collaborating within or across partnerships to research best practice in other jurisdictions. Blue Lake Partnership South East Coast and Vines Partnership • Lifetime Achievement: open to outstanding teachers, leaders or support staff in DECD schools who have served more than 30 years with the department. Applications are to be made on the entrant’s behalf. Pauline Rivett Lucindale Area School

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Half a century ago Harold Holt was PM, the Beatles reigned the music charts and the doors opened at one of Portland’s much loved kindergartens. In November Jaycee Kindergarten will mark 50 years of operation and to do so is planning a huge community celebration. Past and present educators, families and their children, from up to four generations, will join for the Saturday 12 November festivities, which will include the exhuming of a time capsule and the burial of a new piece of history. Event organiser Bec Campbell said the search had begun for memorabilia, particularly photos, to mark the extensive history of the early learning facility. “Jaycee has played such an important role in the lives of hundreds of people over these five decades,” she said. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander encouraged people to share the invitation to ensure a broad representation of families.

“We all look so fondly back on those early learning days, which provide the footprint for our future educational path. We learn important social skills and foundations for our later learning from teachers who remain in our memories for our lifetime,” he said. “It will be wonderful to see past and present families, teachers and children together to celebrate this wonderful early learning centre.” Ms Campbell said photographs were required from a number of years, to finalise the story of the centre. The organising committee are looking for class photos from the years of 1966, 67, 70, 71, 73, 74, and 77. If you have copies of these photos and are willing to share, please email Ms Campbell on jaycee50years@gmail.com Above - The Jaycee Kindergarten reunion committee are busy looking for memorabilia for its November event.


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Libraries have come a long way. Who would have thought years ago when visiting your local library that you will have in hand your library card, books to return as well as an object that you wanted to replicate using the community 3D Scanner? With funds generously donated from the Friends of the Library, Mount Gambier Library customers now have access to the recently purchased Matter and Form 3D Scanner, to complement their already existing 3D printing as part of the MakerSpace Program. The 3D Scanner turns real life objects into 3D digital files which can then be printed on the library’s 3D Printer. Using lasers and a HD camera, the Matter and Form 3D Scanner captures full colour 3D scans of real life objects. A rotating bed moves around the object to capture colour and geometry in 360 degrees. “Libraries throughout Australia are now community digital hubs, a place to test drive and learn about the latest technology,” said library community engagement coordinator Kristi Leamey. “We are also a space to engage in creative learning, a place for people to come together and share knowledge and resources.” The Mount Gambier Library’s 3D design and print sessions have been popular for people of all ages. Children as young as five have created key rings of their name, various shapes and building blocks, mini figurines and phone covers. Adults have utilised the sessions by developing their design skills with

Following the success of both adults and several high school students over the past two years, the Mount Gambier Library is pleased to again host NexGen & Unleashed Open Data competition for 2016. Unleashed is the South Australian host of GovHack, a nationwide event that brings together people around Australia and New Zealand, to work together in teams to create new ideas and concepts using open data in just 46 hours of competition time. Teams work together to come up with an idea on how to make data more accessible to the public – think apps, websites, graphs. It doesn’t have to be a working model – just a great concept. The competition is judged on the team’s entry in the form of a three minute video, recorded over the weekend describing the entry and how the data has been used. This year the competition runs from Friday, July 29, until Sunday, July 31, and is open for two age group categories. NexGen is open for 13-18 year olds, and Unleashed is open to over 18 year olds. There are prizes at three levels for each category; local (Mount Gambier), State and national. The library extends its opening hours, supplies unlimited wireless, free printing facilities, with staff on hand to assist throughout the competition and provides competitors with all meals. Whether you are into cool geeky stuff, computer know-how, storytelling, digital or social media dabbling, graphics and art, problemsolving, building stuff or go getting, we want you to participate. Library Community Engagement Coordinator Kristi Leamey said they had seen great success from teams who had a variety of people with different

creating household items, jewellery and unique prototypes for bringing their ideas to life. “We have had many customers say that they are in the midst of fixing something at home but need an additional part, something that they need to purchase from overseas – if only it could be scanned and printed on the library’s 3D printer. Well now it can,” Kristi said. “The scanner can be used to duplicate an existing object or manipulate the original design by changing the size and variation before print as long as it fits on the rotating bed; 16cm in width x 20cm in height.” Sessions are run by staff and local volunteers who work with the public to assist in 3D design and print and now 3D scan. Design and scanning are free to the

public with 3D print for just a gold coin. 3D scanning will be available on various days to the public as part of the MakerSpace program of events. For a full program and dates please pop in to the Mount Gambier Library for a brochure or visit the Library’s website www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/library. Sessions can be tailored for school and community groups by contacting the library Above - Taryn & Jahli Mutton enjoy a demonstration of the new 3D Scanner from library programming officer Jessica Tucker.

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skillsets. “However, you can compete on your own if you wish,” she said. “If you don’t have a team we welcome you to come along and join a team.” In 2014 Open Data Competition, Mount Gambier Library competitors “Trent and Mitch’s Team” took home more than $4000 in cash and hardware after winning at both State and local level. Last year, representing Mount Gambier at the GovHack Australian National Awards in Sydney, brother and sister team Anesu and Yimbiso Chiodze proudly took out the Best Youth Team Award. “We hope to see even more schools participating, with more students getting involved, more adults taking part and potentially more people from Mount Gambier scooping even more prizes,” said Kristi Leamey. Entry for the competition is absolutely free. Competitors are required to book tickets to compete prior to the event either through the official Unleashed website http://uladl.com/ or by contacting Kristi Leamey at the Mount Gambier Library kleamey@mountgambier.sa.gov.au Above - Anesu Chiodze receiving Best Youth Team Award in Sydney at the Nation Red Carpet Awards.

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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, JULY 28

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Home Fries (PG) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Top Gear 8.50 The Footy Show 10.50 Worlds Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.20 Worlds Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.50 Weeds 12.20 Stalker

7 MATE 5.30 American Restoraon 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Car Crash TV 8.00 World’s Craziest Fools 8.30 BBQ Pitmasters 9.30 Grilled 10.30 Man Finds Food 11.00 Chow Masters 11.30 Operaon Repo SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Nowhere To Run 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 AFL 2016 Season: Round 19 (Live) Geelong vs Western Bulldogs 10.30 Friday Front Bar 11.00 Olympians - Off the Record 11.30 The Goldbergs 12.00 Private Pracce 1.00 Dr Oz

ELEVEN (82) 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl 8.30 Jane The Virgin 9.30 TBA 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 The King Of Queens

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Her Alibi (PG) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Ulmate Airport Dubai 8.30 Movie: The Vow (PG) 10.35 Movie: Love Happens (M) 12.50 Conan The Destroyer (M) 2.45 Anger Management 3.15 Nine Presents Barbra Streisand - Partners 3.30 Extra

ONE HD (81) 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Gold Coast Cops 8.30 Megastructures 9.30 Cops: Adults Only 10.30 Undercover Boss

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Living Room 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 9.00 Have You Been Paying Aenon 10.00 Joel Creasey’s Comedy Offensive

ELEVEN 5.00 TBA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Movie: Xanadu (PG) 10.00 The Late Late Show 11.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 12.00 The King Of Queens

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Foreign Correspondent 11.00 Who’s Been Sleeping in My House? 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News At Noon 1.00 Doc Marn 1.50 Anques Roadshow 2.50 The Cook and the Chef 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 Anques Roadshow 6.55 Clark and Dave 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 The Checkout 8.30 New Blood 9.30 Barracuda 10.25 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.15 Trigger Point

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 The Last Days of Anny Boleyn 2.05 Maurizio Pollini: A Musical Profile 3.05 First Crossings 4.00 PBS Newshour 5.00 Tales From The Bush Larder 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Feasts 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Eang History 8.30 Roots 10.20 SBS World News Late Edion 10.50 How To Lose Your Virginity 12.15 Movie: Heiran 1.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.50 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.55 Idris Elba: King Of Speed 4.50 Scky Ends: Like Rabbits

GO (55) 4.00 The Looney Tunes Show 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Clarence 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 8.30 Mike & Molly 9.30 Mom 10.30 Anger Management 11.30 Sullivan & Son

ABC 1 SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 One Plus One 1.00 Kylie Kwong - Noodles 1.30 Kylie Kwong - Marinade 10.30 Catalyst 11.00 Croc College 2.00 Fonko - South Africa And 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News Nigeria 1.00 Doc Marn 1.50 Anques 3.00 Who Do You Think Roadshow 2.50 The Cook And The You Are? - Nicky Campbell Chef 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, 4.00 PBS Newshour She Wrote 5.00 Thai Street Food 5.00 ABC News Early 6.00 Nigella Feasts 5.30 The Drum 6.30 SBS World News 6.00 Anques Roadshow 7.35 Blackbeard’s Ship 7.00 ABC News 8.30 Monty Python’s Life Of Brian 7.30 7.30 10.15 SBS World Late News Edion 8.00 Tony Robinson’s Time 10.50 Movie: Candy Walks: Townsville 12.50 Anton Corbijn: Inside Out 8.30 New Tricks 2.20 The Search For The Crystal 9.30 Sco & Bailey Skulls 10.20 Lateline 3.20 The Quest For The True Cross 10.50 The Business

ONE HD 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Macgyver 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger 9.30 Movie: Setup (M) 11.30 Bear Grylls: Mission Survive

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: No Way Back 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 Surveillance Oz 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 11.00 Rush Hour - Familee Ties 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GEM (50) 12.00 Mandy 1.55 Gem Presents 2.10 Monarch Of The Glen 3.20 Miss Marple 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.00 Thursday Night Football 9.40 Internaonal Champions Cup 11.40 Monarch Of The Glen

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Nowhere To Run 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Beer Homes And Gardens 7.00 AFL 2016 Season: Round 19 (Live) Geelong vs Western Bulldogs 11.00 Off the Bench 11.30 Friday Front Bar 12.00 Private Pracce 1.00 Home Shopping

GO 3.00 Rabbids Invasion 3.30 Yo-Kai Watch 4.00 The Looney Tunes Show 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Clarence 5.30 TBA 7.00 Internaonal Champions Cup 9.30 TBA 12.00 Way Stranger Than Ficon

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Home Fries (PG) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Top Gear 8.50 The Footy Show 10.50 Worlds Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.20 Worlds Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.50 Weeds 12.20 Stalker

7 TWO 4.30 Flushed 5.00 Medical Emergency 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 The Vicar of Dibley 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries 10.30 Suspects 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 1.30 Property Ladder

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Her Alibi (PG) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Ulmate Airport Dubai 8.30 Movie: The Vow (PG) 10.35 Movie: Love Happens (M) 12.50 Conan The Destroyer (M) 2.45 Anger Management 3.15 Nine Presents Barbra Streisand - Partners 3.30 Extra

GEM 12.00 Movie: Outcast Of The Islands (PG) 2.00 Gem Presents 2.10 Monarch Of The Glen 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.00 Friday Night Football: Canterbury Bulldogs v St George Illawarra Dragons 9.40 Assassins 12.15 Friends

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 8.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Living Room 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 9.00 Have You Been Paying Aenon 10.00 Joel Creasey’s Comedy Offensive

7 TWO 4.00 Beat Bugs 4.30 Flushed 5.00 Best Houses Australia 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Beer Homes And Gardens 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Art of the Architect 10.30 Best Houses Australia

TV GUIDE SATURDAY, JULY 30

7 MATE 12.00 T.J Hooker 3.00 The Neighbours 3.30 Wipeout USA 4.30 Swamp People 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 2016 AFL Pre Game Rnd 19: Geelong v Western Bulldogs 7.00 TBA 12.00 Locked Up Abroad

WIN SA (8) 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 9.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show

NINE SA (5) WIN SA ABC 1 SBS ONE PRIME SC NINE WIN VIC SEVEN SA 6.00 Saturday Disney 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.00 rage 1.30 rage Guest 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.00 Paw Patrol 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 1.00 PBS Newshour 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer 6.30 The Home Team Programmer 6.30 The Home Team 6.30 Dora The Explorer 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 7.00 Weekend Today 2.00 FEI Equestrian Classics 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 I Fish 11.30 The Checkout 7.00 I Fish 7.00 Weekend Today 12.00 Road To Rio 3.00 Food Lovers’ Guide To - Weekend 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 8.00 Family Feud 12.00 Rise Of The Connents: 8.00 Family Feud 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.30 TBA Australia 12.00 Road To Rio 12.00 In Conversaon With 8.30 Weekend Feast Austria 8.30 Weekend Feast 12.00 In Conversaon With 1.00 TBA 3.30 The Classic Car Show 1.00 Olympians - Off The Record Alex Malley 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday 1.05 New Tricks 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday Alex Malley 1.30 I Dream Of Jeannie 4.25 Meet Caligula 1.30 Footy Flashbacks 12.30 Cybershack 12.00 TBA 2.05 Anques Roadshow 12.00 TBA 12.30 Cybershack 2.00 Surf Patrol 3.00 2016 AFL Season 1.00 Hot In Cleaveland 1.00 Healthy Homes Australia 1.00 Healthy Homes Australia 3.05 Tony Robinson’s Time Walks: 5.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 1.00 Hot In Cleaveland 2.30 2016 AFL Season Shaun Micallef Round 19 1.30 Community 1.30 The Doctors 1.30 The Doctors Townsville 1.30 Community Round 19 (Live) 6.30 SBS World News GWS vs Richmond 2.00 TBA 2.30 Fishing Australia 2.30 Fishing Australia 3.35 Time Scanners: Colosseum 2.00 TBA GWS vs Richmond 7.35 The Six Queens Of Henry VIII 6.00 Seven News 3.00 Movie: Lassie (G) 3.00 Cruise Mode 3.00 Cruise Mode 4.30 Landline 3.00 Movie: Lassie (G) 5.30 Out Of The Blue 8.30 Rockwiz Salutes The Decades 6.30 2016 AFL Season 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 3.30 Puppy Academy 3.30 Puppy Academy 5.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 6.00 Seven News The 70s Round 19 (Live) 5.30 Getaway 4.00 Storm Season 4.00 Storm Season 6.30 Gardening Australia 5.30 Getaway 6.30 2016 AFL Season 9.30 Movie: A Beauful Mind North Melbourne vs St Kilda 6.00 Nine News Saturday 6.00 Nine News Saturday 4.30 Places We Go With Jennifer 4.30 Places We Go With Jennifer 7.00 ABC News Round 19 (Live) 12.00 Masters Of Sex - Asterion 10.30 Late Night Movie: 7.00 TBA Adams Adams 7.30 The Coroner 7.00 TBA Brisbane vs Port Adelaide 1.05 Masters Of Sex 16 Blocks 9.00 Crazy Stupid Love 8.20 Indian Summers 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 9.00 Crazy Stupid Love 9.30 Late Night Movie: 16 Blocks A Be er Shape 12.30 Shopping 11.25 Be Cool 9.30 TBA 6.00 Travels With The Bondi Vet 6.00 Travels With The Bondi Vet 11.25 Be Cool 11.40 The Goldbergs 2.05 Masters of Sex 1.50 The Apparion 11.30 rage Guest Programmer 6.30 TBA 6.30 TBA 1.50 The Apparion 12.10 Private Pracce Story Of My Life 3.30 Anger Management 5.00 rage 1.00 Home Shopping 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Anger Management 1.05 Dr Oz 7 MATE 2.30 Rocket City Rednecks 3.30 Billy 7 TWO 4.30 Sydney Weekender 5.00 ELEVEN 9.00 Toasted TV 9.05 The Loop GO 3.30 Ninjago 4.00 Teen Titans 4.30 ONE HD 5.00 Driven Not Hidden 5.30 Escape GEM 8.00 Danoz 8.30 TV Shop - Home The Exterminator 4.30 Dynamo: Magician 11.35 Neighbours 2.05 Charmed 5.00 Fishing With ET 6.00 The Renovaon King Ben 10 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 Shopping 9.00 The Avengers 10.00 The Road To Rio 6.00 Anthony Bourdain: No Impossible 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: Cheers 6.00 Becker 7.00 Everybody Loves 6.30 David Aenborough’s Africa 7.30 Last Batman 6.00 Cats & Dogs 2 7.45 Movie: Winslow Boy 12.30 Desnaon WA 1.00 Reservaons7.00 Made Of Honor 9.00 Boxtrolls (PG) 8.30 Movie: Cool Runnings Raymond 8.00 TBA 8.30 The Graham Norton Man Standing 8.30 Zoo 9.30 Minority Report Charloe’s Web (G) 9.40 Movie: Blast Movie: Chiy Chiy Bang Bang (G) 4.00 Movie: Raising Helen (PG) 11.30 Terror (PG) 10.30 Movie: Stewardess School (M) Show 9.30 Sex And The City 10.50 TBA 11.50 From The Past (PG) 12.00 Forever 2.00 The Movie: The Poseidon Adenture (PG) 6.30 TBA In The Skies 12.30 Anthony Bourdain: No 10.30 Crisis 11.30 Legends 12.30 Friday Front Bar The Loop 2.20 Neighbours - Encore Maguluf Weekender 8.30 Zodiac 11.40 TBA 1.00 Let’s Be Happy Reservaons 1.30 Sydney Weekender

TV GUIDE SUNDAY, JULY 31

TV GUIDE FRIDAY, JULY 29

SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: No Way Back 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 TBA 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 11.00 Rush Hour - Familee Ties 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy 1.00 Dr Oz 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

NINE SA (5) WIN SA ABC 1 SBS ONE PRIME SC NINE WIN VIC SEVEN SA 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Doc McStuffins 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 6.00 This Is Your Day 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 6.00 This Is Your Day 1.00 The Bowls Show 6.30 Henry Hugglemonster Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 6.30 Hillsong 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 6.30 Hillsong 2.00 Speedweek 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Wide World of Sports 11.00 The 7.00 T.B.A Australia Wide 11.00 The World This 10.00 AFL Game Day Wide World of Sports 11.00 The 7.00 T.B.A 3.00 Inside Volleyball 10.00 AFL Game Day Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef Week 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 11.30 Seven’s VFL 2016 (Live) Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Voxwomen Cycling 11.30 Border Security Footy SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 8.30 Just Go Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia 2.30 2016 AFL Round 19 (Live) SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 8.30 Just Go 4.30 Cycling: InCycle 12.00 Air Crash Invesgators 9.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.30 The Mix 2.00 The Coroner: Fremanlte vs Sydney 9.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.30 Movie: Apache (G) 1.30 Movie: Apache (G) 5.00 Small Business Secrets 1.00 The Crows Show 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday Capsized 2.35 Poldark 3.45 The 6.00 Seven News 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday 3.30 Human Planet 3.30 Human Planet 5.30 1945: The Savage Peace 1.30 SANFL - Round 18 11.30 Netball: ANZ Championship Book Club: Books That Transport 7.00 Sunday Night 12.00 Netball: ANZ Championship 4.30 Building Ideas 4.30 Building Ideas 6.30 SBS World News Port Adelaide vs Adelaide Grand Final (Live) You 4.20 Australian Story 4.50 David 8.00 Border Security Grand Final (Live) 5.00 News: First At Five 5.00 News: First At Five 7.30 Rome: Empire Without Limit (Live) 1.30 Ben’s Menu Aenborough’s Flying Monsters 8.30 The Force - Behind The Line 2.00 T.B.A 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 8.35 The Somme With Tony 4.30 AFL - Round 19 2.00 T.B.A 9.00 Bones 3.00 I Fish 6.00 Nine News 6.00 Nine News 6.00 Surfing The Menu Robinson Adelaide vs Essendon 3.00 I Fish 10.00 Bones 3.30 RPM GP 6.30 Compass 7.00 60 Minutes 7.00 60 Minutes 10.00 Black Panthers: Vanguard Of 11.00 Dynamo: Magician 7.30 Sunday Night 3.30 RPM GP 4.00 RPM 7.00 ABC News Sunday 8.00 David Aenborough: The 8.00 David Aenborough: The Revoluon 8.30 TBA 4.00 RPM Impossible 7.40 Grand Designs Hunt Hunt 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 12.00 Black Panther Woman 9.00 The Force - Behind The Line 12.00 Late Move: Carnage 8.30 Barracuda 9.10 Movie: Unforgeable 9.10 Movie: Unforgeable 6.00 Family Feud 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 1.05 Movie: Lile Girl Blue 9.30 Bones 2.30 Home Shopping 9.30 Stop Laughing... This Is 12.10 Constanne 12.10 Constanne 6.30 The Great Australian 6.00 Family Feud 2.50 Movie: Deliver Us From Evil 10.30 Bones 5.30 Sunrise Serious 1.05 Step Dave 1.05 Step Dave Spelling Bee 6.30 The Great Australian 11.30 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 2.00 The Baron 10.30 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell 4.40 Honk If You’re Horny 2.00 The Baron 7.30 Movie: How To Train Your Spelling Bee 12.30 Late Move: Carnage 11.00 The Mystery Of A Handsome 4.50 Poh & Co. 3.00 Global Shop 3.00 Global Shop Dragon 2 (PG) 7.30 Movie: How To Train Your 2.30 Home Shopping Cab 9.30 2016 Formula 1 Grand Prix Dragon 2 (PG) GEM 10.30 Movie: Saturday Island (PG) 7 TWO 4.00 Escape to the Country 6.00 ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everybody 7 MATE 2.00 Turtleman 2.30 Dynamo: ONE HD 5.00 Adventure Angler 5.30 I Fish GO 4.30 Power Rangers 5.00 Jusce League Magician Impossible 3.30 Seinfeld 5.30 Loves Raymond 7.30 How I Met Your 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Russel Unlimited 5.30 Ben 10 6.00 Movie: Space 12.30 Getaway 1.00 Sunday Footy Show Mighty Ships 7.00 For The Love of Dogs 7.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: Twister (PG) 9.00 Mother 8.00 Rules Of Engagement 8.30 Coight’s All Aussie Adventures 8.00 Last Jam (G) 7.40 Movie: The Mask (PG) 9.40 (NRL) 3.00 Sunday Football: Manly Sea Animal Airport 8.00 Motorway Patrol 8.30 Movie: The Rock (MA) 11.55 Dynamo: American Gothic 9.30 Medium 10.30 The Man Standing 8.30 Chopper’s Republic Of Movie: The Inbetweeners 2 11.40 Adult Swim Eagles v Newcastle Knights (Live) 5.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Magician Impossible 12.55 Mudcats Late Late Show 11.30 Nurse Jackie Anzakistan 9.00 2016 Formula 1 German 11.45 Aqua Teen Hunger Force 11.55 Harvey Anques Roadshow 6.00 Customs 6.30 TBA Connent 10.45 Mighty Ships 11.45 Best Grand Prix 11.30 Megafactories Birdman 12.10 Venture Bros 12.40 NRL Rookie 11.00 Person Of Interest (M) Houses Australia

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TV GUIDE MONDAY, AUGUST 1 TV GUIDE TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 TV GUIDE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3

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Local Sport PIONEERS ENJOY DOUBLE SUCCESS AT WEEKEND The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers did what a side gunning for another title should do to a lowly ranked team – they dominated from the opening tip off and never looked like surrendering control of the contest. It was a match that gave coach Richard Hill a chance to rotate his starting five and give plenty of time on court to his bench leading into another play off series and the players got the job done at both ends of the court, restricting the Sandringham Sabres to only 57 points, while topping the 100 mark themselves. The Pioneers missed their first three shots but from that point on went on to dominate every key statistic in the match, shooting at an impressive 56 percent from the floor and almost 40 percent from three point territory. They racked up 43 rebounds to 29, dominating inside the paint and also slamming down eight dunks as they stamped their authority on the contest at every turn. The Pioneers went on a 20-2 run early in the first quarter and never looked like

letting the Sabres back into the match. They led by 13 at the first change, 21 at the half, 29 at the final change and an impressive 49 at the final whistle. It was clear from the opening quarter that the Sabres were going to struggle to contain Tyrone Lee and Desmond Simmons and it didn’t get any easier as the match wore on. Simmons pulled in 13 rebounds as he dominated the boards and when he drained a three midway through the second quarter to give the Pioneers, a then, game high 24 point lead, it seemed the home side could do no wrong. Lee was also showcasing every aspect of his game and by half time he had nine points, three rebounds a black and a steal, with both players having ignited the crowd with a dunk as well. The third quarter saw Lee even further stamp his authority on the contest with 10 points, which included two crowd pleasing dunks, another block and a rebound. It was another Lee dunk that saw the Pioneers hit a 40 point lead midway through the last and with Luke Jamieson

also starting to make his presence felt and Simmons continuing to cause headaches at both ends of the floor, the Pioneers cruised to a 49 point, 106-57 victory. The ability to be able to rotate his roster and see no dip in the intensity on court would have pleased Hill and given the Pioneer had to hit the road for a Sunday clash with Frankston, it was the perfect way to ensure he has a well rested group to head into that vital clash. And it paid dividends, with the Pioneers outlasting the Frankston Blues to record a solid 12 point away win. Brad Hill was on fire, finishing with 30 points, which included six three pointers, missing only one attempt from beyond the arc for the afternoon. Lee brought his Friday night form, finishing with 21 points and 12 rebounds.

KEY TIGERS SHARE MILESTONE CELEBRATIONS

Bottom left (left) - It was a case of being on dunk watch on Friday night at the Icehouse with Tyrone Lee (pictured) one of three players to get the job done. Bottom left( right) - Erik Burdon attacks the basket. The sharpshooter did most of his damage from beyonf the arc with five three pointers in his 20 points.

Two of North Gambier’s key players both celerbrated milestones at the weekend. Assistant coach Brock Egan (below) played his 100th game and skipper Tim McInerney (above) played game 150. Unfortunately the Demons spoiled the party with a nine point win.

Below - Tyrone Lee perfectly executes a blocked shot. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KELVIN RUGE PHOTOS COURTESY OF GAVIN MALE

TIGER SHOOTER CLOCKS UP 100 GAMES North Gambier shooter Leah Kamphuis played her 100th game as a Tiger in round 12 against East Gambier, celebrating the milestone with a win with her B Grade team mates and also picking up a club award for her performance on the day. Leah started at North Gambier in 2007 and played two seasons of A Reserve before joining the B Grade team in 2009. She took a break from the court to have her two children, Addison and Ned, returning to netball in 2014. Leah played in the B Grade team that season in what turned out to be a disappointing one for the Tigers after going out of the finals in straight sets but the group steeled itself and returned last season to take that elusive premiership, with Leah adjudged the Player of the Finals. Her team is again well placed this season in its premiership defence.

Left - Port MacDonnell’s Will MacDonald continues to be one of the most influential players in Mid South East football and was again prominent on the weekend. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE. Above - South Gambier skipper Brett O’Neil continues to lead from the front, continuing his stellar for for the Murray South East into the domestic season and has been the reigning premiers’ best in past two weekends. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.

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Local Sport WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

South Gambier 1.2 2.3 7.3 9.5 (59) North Gambier 0.1 2.5 4.7 7.8 (50) Goals - South: B. Kain 4; J. Capewell, J. Weaver, J. Schleter, B. Howard, B. Saffin. North: B. Close, M. McInerney 2; T. Edwards, D. Carmody, B. Egan. Best - South: B. O’Neil, S. Fleming, B. Kain, D. Stratford, C. Williams, D. Liston. North: T. McInerney, B. Close, B. Egan, M. Ashby, C. Buckley, J. Schutz. East Gambier 2.5 5.10 8.13 10.18 (78) Millicent 1.0 2.1 3.2 4.4 (28) Goals - East: K. Thomson 3; T. Agnew, M. Dempsey, D. Howard, T. Balshaw. M. Scanlon, P. Hatch. Millicent: M. Thompson 2; S. Willis, M. Reilly. Best - East: M. White, J. Eldridge, M. Dempsey, D. Howard, L. Blicavs, B. Pitts. Millicent: W. Fleming, H. Reilly, H. Nitschke, J. Pratt, B. Kenny, N. Robbins. Casterton Sandford 0.2 2.6 5.11 10.14 (74) West Gambier 0.1 2.3 2.4 2.6 (18) Goals - Casterton Sandford: D. Ryan, R. Killey 4; D. Ayton, M. Oldfield. West: no details available. Best - Casterton Sandford: M. Cowland, J. Fry, D. Ayton, T. Nesbitt, D. Ryan, J. Carlin. West: no details available.

Port MacDonnell 4.2 12.8 17.14 23.21 (159) Glencoe 5.5 5.5 8.6 10.7 (67) Goals - Pt Mac: M. Roscow, Z. Williams 4; M. Lewis, D. McElroy, N. Wilke, W. MacDonald, B. Newton, J. Noonan 2; B. O’Dine, M. Smith, S. Enderl. Glencoe: D. Childs, Z. Cocks, N. Martin 2; M. McRae, J. Miller, S. Giersch, B. Swan. Best - Pt Mac: M. Roscow, W. MacDonald, Z. Williams, T. Sullivan, W. Chant, D. McElroy. Glencoe: B. Swan, D. Childs, Z. Cocks, S. Giersch, N. Martin. Kongorong 1.3 6.7 8.11 10.14 (74) Robe 2.5 4.6 4.7 8.12 (60) Goals - Kongorong: J. Wright, J. Phillips, S. Phillips 2; J. Simkin, L. Jenkin, B. Long, R. Franchetto. Robe: A. Everett, J. Wehl, Z. Deane 2; J. Sneath, J. Dawson. Best - Kongorong: R. Hein, J. Phillips, S. Baker, N. Ham, J. Blackwell. Robe: J. Wehl, A. Everett, J. Pettit, R. Dickenson, J. Sneath, T. Rechner. Kalangadoo 4.2 11.7 14.8 18.14 (122) Hatherleigh 0.2 1.4 7.7 9.8 (62) Goals - Kalangadoo: N. Reeves, M. Berkefeld, L. Jones 3; B. Mules 2; M. Krieger, S. Agnew, C. Mules, A. Reynolds. Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner, J. Rayson 3; S. Waring, J. Bateman, J. Wight. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Berkefeld, J. Bannister, J. Mules, . Auld, A. Stone, C. Mules. Hatherleigh: C. Slape, J. Sullivan, J. Bateman, A. Hamilton, J. Faulkner, J. Rayson. Mt Burr 10.4 18.11 30.14 39.17 (251) Nangwarry 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Renzi 20; T. Stanely 4; C. Gallio, H. Crauford 3; Z. Watson 2; J. Dowdy, A. Ridley, B. Hennink, D. Ridley, T. Hales, N. Morrison, D. Bowering. Nangwarry: B. Reddab. Best - Mt Burr: T. Renzi, J. Dowdy, B. Hennink, T. Stanley, C. Gallio, Z. Watson. Nangwarry: B. Deamer, C. Hicks, B. Kelly, P. Balnaves, A. Mills.

B GRADE North Gambier 17.17 (119) d South Gambier 2.2 (14) East Gambier 8.12 (60) d Millicent 6.3 (39)

UNDER 17.5 North Gambier 9.3 (57) d South Gambier 4.6 (30) Millicent 10.6 (66) d East Gambier 5.5 (35) West Gambier 6.7 (43) d Casterton Sandford 5.6 (36)

UNDER 15 South Gambeir 13.10 (88) d North Gambier 2.3 (15) Millicent 16.12 (108) d East Gambier 2.4 (16) West Gambier 10.7 (67) d Casterton Sandford 3.1 (19)

UNDER 13 South Gambier 4.1 (25) d North Gambier 2.2 (14) Millicent 14.5 (89) d East Gambier 1.2 (8)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE North Gambier 76 (C. Davey, O. Patzel) d South Gambier 44 (J. Adams, M. Markiewicz); West Gambier 58 (C. Davey, T. Earl) d Casterton Sandford 38 (G. Tomkins, E. Bowman); Millicent 59 (D. Denton, N. Allen) d East Gambier 54 (B. McKay, E. McKay).

A RESERVE North Gambier 58 (L. Ross, E. Beames) d South Gambier 38 (L. Bruggemann, C. Grubb); Casterton Sandford 58 (E. Milich, T. Cleary) d West Gambier 37 (T. Ferguson, K. Heaver); East Gambier 39 (L. Pike, L. Harvey) d Millicent 35 (S. Bowman, M. Turner).

B GRADE North Gambier 40 (C. McCourt, L. Yeates) d South Gambier 39 (L. Copping, K. Grubb); Casterton Sandford 64 (L. Lane, A. McDonald) d West Gambier 34 (R. Humphries, B. Haggett); East Gambier 68 (A. Shaw, Z. Reynolds) d Millicent 29 (M. Gibson, J. Cushion)

C GRADE South Gambier 48 (N. Aston, J. O’Neil) d North Gambier 38 (B. Willoughby, S. Nieuwenhuizen); Casterton Sandford 39 (S. Smith, R. Stephens) d West Gambier 32 (J. Lamb, K. Dawe); East Gambier 49 (H. Bates, T. Perryman) d Millicent 26 (S. Holland, K. Werchon)

17 & UNDER South Gambier 41 (Z. Duncan, T. Buckingham) d North Gambier 34 (E. Gould, S. Flett); Casterton Sandford 35 (E, Humphries, M. Barden) d West Gambier 33 (D. Egan, T. McIntyre); East Gambier 56 (S. Smith, B. McKay) d Millicent 34 (M. Turner, K. Lynch)

15 & UNDER A North Gambier 47 (E. Brown, C. Day) d South Gambier 21 (M. Winterfield, A. McShane); West Gambier 42 (H. Witherow, T. Pearson) d Casterton Sandford 22 (M. Rice, D. Mutch); Millicent 40 (T. Werchon, M. Taylor) d East Gambier 21 (C. McMahon, T Bosko)

15 & UNDER B North Gambier 36 (S,. Nulty, K. Telford) d South Gambier 29 (I. Morale, S. Domaschenz)l Millicent 49 (O. Nitschke, K. Taylor) d East Gambier 31 (B. Tonon, M. Pannenburg)

13 & UNDER A North Gambier 39 (S. Nulty, A. Circelli) d South Gambier 32 (M. Thiele, T. Redemski); West Gambier 36 (E. Dawe, B. Kuller) d Casterton Sandford 16 (K. Tomkins, C. Galpin); Millicent 57 (S. Sims, H. Nitschke) d East Gambier 15 (K. Dempsey, J. Freeman)

13 & UNDER B

South Gambier 58 (M. De Breuk, A. Duncan) d North Gambier 2 (M. Versace, K. Winterfield); West Gambier 31 (S. Ritter, E. Nieuwerkerk) d Casterton Sandford 9 (G. McPeake, E. Jarrad); East Gambeir 23 (K. Dempsey, A. Bosko) d Millicent 22 (C. Pratt, M. Chant)

B GRADE Port MacDonnell 8.13 (61) d Glencoe 7.6 (48) Kongorong 16.8 (104) d Robe 5.9 (39) Kalangadoo 15.26 (116) d Hatherleigh 2.1 (13) Mt Burr 15.16 (106) d Nangwarry 5.5 (35)

KNT FOOTBALL

KNT NETBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

Lucindale 6.3 12.6 19.9 22.14 (146) Kingston 1.2 3.5 6.5 6.8 (44) Goals - Lucindale: S.Mardling 5; R. hadnbury, H. legoe 3; P. Baker, A. Smart, T. Menz 2; R. McInerney, T. Fisher, S. Teakle, S. McGurk, S. Graetz. Kingston: S. Robertson 2; B. Warner, G. Shuttleworth, B. Kilsby, R. Clarke, B. Warner, T. Baker. Best - Lucindale: R. McInerney, T. Menz, H. Legoe, S. Mardling, P. Baker, S. McGurk. Kingston: B. Smith, T. Baker, B. Kilsby, R. Clarke, B. Warner, T. Baker. Mundulla 2.3 5.4 9.4 12.5 (77) Keith 2.1 2.4 4.6 9.10 (64) Goals - Mundulla: L. Wiese 6; S. Luckett, B. Douglas, N. Davis. J. Grosser, N. Milligan, D. Mosey. Keith: S. Luders 5; P. Makin 2; T. McAllister, S. Schreiber. Best - Mundulla: L. Wiese, M. Schilling, D. Mosey, T. Ballinger, J. Obst, N. Davis. Keith: T. McAllister, C. Woolfoed, P. Makin, A. Dunstand, S. Luders, G. Johnson. Penola 4.1 10.5 14.11 21.21 (147) Padthaway 2.1 4.1 6.2 6.2 (38) Goals - Penola: B. Foster 5; B. Lindner 4; J. Pfitzner 3; D. Williams, K. Ransom, J. Galpin 2; M. Willson, M. Skrypek, N. Walker. Padthaway: K. Hicks 3; D. Fraser, M. Hoffmann, J. Teakle. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, M. Willson, L. Walker, J. Galpin, B. Foster, B. Lindner. Padthaway: A. Stevens, K. Hicks, J. McCarthy, S. Welsh, D. Fraser, M. Hoffmann. Kybybolite 2.0 7.1 8.8 12.11 (83) Naracoorte 3.2 6.3 8.5 10.5 (65) Goals - Kybybolite: S. Carberry 5; N. Stark 3; C. McPherson, S. Munn, S. Shepherd, J. McKay. Naracoorte: S. patterson 3; S. Willson 2; J. Bell, K. Jacobs, R. Pendle, J. Gilbert, R. Jacobs. Best - Kybybolite: D. Warren, N. Stark. S. Carberry, S. Munn, J. McKay, J. Jaensch. Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, S. Patterson, M. Gill, J. Cother, R. Jacobs, R. Pendle.

B GRADE Lucindale 9.14 (68) d Kingston 7.3 (45) Mundulla 19.16 (130) d Keith 3.2 (20) Naaracorte 9.8 (62) d Kybybolite 5.2 (32)

SENIOR COLTS Port MacDonnell 12.13 (85) d Glencoe 7.8 (50) Robe 14.10 (94) d Kongorong 2.1 (13) Hatherleigh 10.10 (70)d Kalangadoo 7.4 (46) Mt Burr 17.16 (118) d Nangwarry 0.1 (1)

SENIOR COLTS

JUNIOR COLTS

A RESERVE Keith 50 (S. Smith, C. Mitcjell) d Mundulla 24 (K. Scown, D. Wiese); Lucindale 53 (N. Wilkin, C. Pietsch) d Kingston 25 (C. Decaux, E. Edwards); Penola 67 (T. Galpin, M. Gartner) d Padthaway 28 (A. Harris, M. Maynard); Naracorote 69 d Kybybolite 36.

B GRADE

Keith 52 (L. Dick, T. Rehn) d Mundulla 28 (K. Staude, L. Cuffe); Lucindale 25 (H. Wiedermann, M. Dupree) d Kingston 22 (S. Daniel, J. Whaley); Penola 90 (A. Possingham, S. Collins) d Padthaway 15 (K. Rowe, S. Searby)l Naracorote 43 (F. Standley, S. Romer) d Kybybolite 19 (J. Mark, E. Sandercock).

C GRADE Keith 43 (D. DeBarro, G. Clark) d Mundulla 41 (O. English, M. Packer); Kingston 35 d Lucindale 9; Penola 51 (S. Devereux, I. Minge) d Padthaway 26 (M. Moyle-Read, S. Stevens); Naracoorte 49 d Kybybolite 42.

17 & UNDER Keith 53 (A. Crafter, C. Nicolai) d <Mundulla 24 (C. Grosser, M. Hinge); Naracoorte 37 d Kybybolite 35.

15 & UNDER A Mundulla 41 (A. Williams, A. Nairn) d Keith 37 (J. Fowsell, J. Gilbertson); Kingston 50 (E. Wright, E. Peters) d Lucindale 13 (G. Snodgrass, C. Smith); Naracoorte 61 (S. Stuchberry, T. Kavanagh) d Kybybolite 33 (C. Baker, V. Mould)

15 & UNDER B Mundulla 43 (T. Lock. H. Lowe) d Keith 11 (J. Rayson, M. Lush); Kybybolite 38 (A. O’Shaughnessy, F. Russell) d naracorote 35 (Z. Foster, M. Carter)

13 & UNDER A Keith 35 (P. Crozier,A. Hunt) d Mundulla 18 (K. Selkrig, Y. Nairn); Lucindale 43 (E. Jones, E. Moorhouse) d Kingston 23 (Z. Lewis, I. Little); Padthaway 31 (L. Brown, K. Woodman) d Penola 11 (G. Winter, A. Polard); Naracoorte 28 (S. Gibbs, G. Collins) d Kybybolite 19 (E. J. Leehane, H. Ellis)

Keith 13.2 (80) d Mundulla 6.0 (36) Lucindale/Padthaway 7.11 (53) d Penola 5.4 (34) Naracoorte 11.11 (77) d Kybybolite 0.0 (0)

13 & UNDER B

Keith 9.7 (61) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Kybybolite 3.5 (23) d Naracoorte 1.3 (9) Kingston 6.6 (41) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.0 (6)

INDOOR BOWLS - PENNANT RESULTS

JUNIOR COLTS

Port MacDonnell 7.10 (52) d Glencoe 4.5 (29) Kongorong 4.4 (28) d Robe 1.3 (9) Kalangadoo 7.7 (49) d Hatherleigh 1.3 (9) Mt Burr 14.4 (88) d Nangwarry 3.2 (20)

Keith 60 (M. Wachtel, A. Schrieber) d Mundulla 47 (P. Marra, M. Daniel); Lucindale 59 (E. Riggs, E. Babiszewski) d Kingston 33 (E. Wright, T. Troeth); Penola 49 (S. Skeer, E. Winter) d Padthaway 23 (S. Power, R. Kirkham); Naracoorte 79 (V. Ross, A. Bennier) d Kybybolite 30 (D. Lawrie, B. Drury)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Port MacDonnell 62 (S. Roach, A. Heald) d Glencoe 59 (A. Edwards, E. McDiarmid); Robne 56 (K. Ross, K. Austin) d Kongorong 33 (S. Loughhead, S. Lucas); Kalangadoo 77 (K. Schultz, M. Russell) d Hatherleigh 59 (M. Pulmer, E. Watson); Mt Burr 51 (L. Schultz, C. Vanderhorst) d Nangwarry 30 (K. Gray, S. Crowe)

A RESERVE Port MacDonnell 53 d Glencoe 43; Robe 66 (C. Tomlinson, J. Nunan) d Kongorong 36 (E. Rayner, A. Sturges); Kalangadoo 49 (T Jeffree, N. Ryan) d Hatherleigh 33 (E. Laucirica, S. Haines); Mt Burr 44 (K. Lesslie, K. Wilson) d Nangwarry 39 (K. Niewand, A. Ploenges)

B GRADE Port MacDonnell 42 (C. Merrett, C. Lewis) d Glencoe 24 (A. Weaver, D. Watson); Robe 63 (S. Laurie, C. Venn) d Kongorong 38 (N. Batten, B. Fuller); Kalangadoo 65 (L. Mules, K. Bannister) d Hatherleigh 23 (V. Gilbertson, S. Faulkner); Nangwarry 61 (C. Lock, K. Johnson) d Mt Burr 21 (B. Buwalda, C. Handford)

B RESERVE Glencoe 44 (A. Fisher, J. Jones) d Port MacDonnell 34 (M. Perryman, S. Kain); Kongorong 40 (J. Baldwin, S. Hawkins) d Robe 24 (K. Parkes, E. Brooks); Kalangadoo 36 (D. Mulligan, A. Wright) d Hatherleigh 18 (F. Jackman, L. Newsom) ; Nangwarry 51 (E. Doody, F. Virgin) d Mt Burr 23 (N. Robertson, K. Hayward)

17 & UNDER Glencoe 35 (S. Edwards, C. Pfitzner) d Port MacDonnell 28 (T. Taylor, J. Davis); Robe 63 (I. Sneath, C. Tomlinson) d Kongorong 27 (S. Gaylard, C. Sealey); Kalangadoo 46 (G. Hunter, T. Stark) d Hatherleigh 32 (L. MacGregor, B. Cory); Mt Burr 63 (A. Lambert, M. Potter) d Nangwarry 9 (N. Stewart, A. Ferguson)

15 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 48 (Y. Agnew, S. Lomas) d Glencoe 42 (S. Jones, C. Pfitzner); Robe 51 (K. Nunan, A. Pettit) d Kongorong 16 (S. Modra, B. Allen); Kalangadoo 46 (E. Ilsley, A. Attenborough) d Hatherleigh 14 (D. Gilbertson, G. Chant)

13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 16 (L. Feast, M. Black) d Glencoe 14 (T. Medhurst, Z. Parham Hawke); Kongorong 16 (E. Sutherland, M. Sutherland) d Robe 15 (J. McMullan); Hatherleigh 65 (L. Brown, L. Chant) d Kalangadoo 11 (S. Ryan, E. Mulraney); Mt Burr 50 (A. Collyer, J. Hayward) d Nangwarry 3 (M. Hutchins, S. Harwood)

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Keith 18 (A. Hunt, D. Martin) drew with Mundulla 18 (E. Mock, M. Lowe); Naracoorte 15 (I. Toss, M. Walker) d Kybybolite 9.

Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 13 Kilsby Shield Glenburnie 75 d Saints 38, Commercial Club Gold 65 d RSL & District Gold 54, Glencoe d Mil Lel Forfeit, Post-Tel - Bye Malseed Shield Kongorong 55 d Yahl 49, Moorak Blue 55 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 46, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 60 d Moorak Red 48. Premiership points after Round 13 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 21 points, 141.45%; RSL & District Gold 20, 128.52; Commercial Club Gold 18, 121.68; Glenburnie 18, 120.94; Saints 14, 105.96;, Glencoe 7, 70.98; Mil Lel 6, 60.40. Malseed Shield Kongorong 21, 124.95; Blue Lake Bowlers White15, 97.93; Moorak Blue 13, 89.67; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 11, 93.54; Yahl 10, 105.69; Moorak Red 8, 92.98.

HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE FOOTBALL Portland 12.10 (82) d Terang Mortlake 9.7 (61) Cobden 15.7 (97) d Hamitlon Kangaroos 4.10 (34) NETBALL Cobden 41 d Hamilton Kangaroos 32 (T. Morris, R. Lewis, J. Bowie) Portland 40 (L. Kelly, J. Piergrosse, K. Jennings) d Terang Mortlake 32

SWDFL - A GRADE Cavendish 14.10 (94) d Heathmere 11.7 (73) Coleraine 12.12 (84) d Westerns 7.7 (49) Heywood 10.8 (68) d Dartmoor 8.7 (55) Tyrendarra 17.11 (113) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 5.10 (40)

Left (top) - North Gambier 17 & Under player Sarah Flett was one of the Tigers’ best in her undermanned team’s narrow loss to South Gambier. Left (bottom) - Ellie Gould looks for a team mate down court during 17 & Under action at Vansittart Park.


Motor FULL PROGRAM OF EVENTS ON HORIZON FOR BORDERLINE SPEEDWAY It was back in 1995 that the Borderline Speedway last hosted the Australian Sprintcar Championships so the news that the Glenburnie track will host the 2018 championships is huge for local organisers, local drivers and the local business community. Spearheaded by club icon Bill Barrows, the Borderline Speedway bid was selected over the Adelaide and Murray Bridge offerings with South Australia already allocated as the host State. Incoming club president Cary Jennings said work on securing the 2018 event started at the end of April and a lot of behind the scenes work and support has allowed the club not only to tender for the event but to be successful with that bid. Desperate for the event, but even more desperate to not place any financial pressure on the club, Jennings said it was so important to put a budget together. “We worked on a budget of around $250,000 or $300,000,” he said. “If we felt the club would be out of pocket then we didn’t want it to happen.” But happen it will, thanks to private sponsors and the generosity of both the City of Mount Gambier and District Council of Grant. More than $50,000 in private sponsorship has already been secured, with Grant District Council promising $10,000 and the Mount Gambier City Council, $15,000. “We’ve now got 17 months to put everything together,” Jennings said. “We want to make Mount Gambier proud of another national event.” In fact, the 2018 Australian Sprintcar Championship with be the second national motor sport event to be staged at the Borderline Speedway in the space of 12 months with the 2017 Australian Junior Sedan Championships being hosted by the Borderline Speedway from January 5-7. “That will be 100 competitors and their families,” Jennings said.

Borderline officials are hopeful news the national titles will be at the Glenburnie track will see an increase in competitors, especially in the lead up to the 2018 championships. “Drivers will be looking to get more time on the track and to get their set up right before the national championships,” Jennings said. “We have had such a commitment to sprintcars and drivers know that. We have been involved in the World Series Sprintcars since their inception and they are celebrating 30 years this season. There will certainly be a lot of work leading up to the Australian Championships and it will take a big effort from everyone.” And local businesses can rub their hands together because this region will be the centre of the sprintcar universe with the Australia Day weekend Australian Championships preceded by the hugely popular Warrnambool Sprintcar Classic the weekend before. “It will see a lot of drivers stay in the area that whole time as they compete in Warrnambool and then get ready for the national championships,” Jennings said. “Accommodation, shops, cafes, restaurants, they should all benefit.” At this stage, organisers are banking on 80-85 nomination s for the 2018 championships but can only hope it potentially tops that. “If we got more entries than that, it would become a three night event and that would be good for the region as well,” Jennings said. He also expects a good spin off from the news for the local sprintcar scene. “You would expect some more local drivers to maybe start get into sprintcars so they can compete in 2018,” Jennings said. And, of course, the region already has names the ilk of 2015 Australian Sprintcar Championship runner-up Steven Lines, Glen Sutherland, Jamie Stark, Karl Enderl and Ashley Scott that could well be part of the 2018 line-up. Jennings even speculated about the possibility of Rory Button step up to sprintcars and the chance that others would move classes to be able to compete in a national championship on their home track. And with some talented young Gartners in junior sedans, that familiar surname could also feature. The Borderline Speedway is also gearing up for another key event – the celebration of its 60th anniversary in February next year. PHOTOS COURTESY OF STEVE RICE

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