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BACK TO BACK VICTORY FOR PEPPER TREE WINES Pepper Tree Wines has dominated the Limestone Coast Wine Show for the second year in a row. The 2013 Pepper Tree ‘Elderslee Road’ Single Vineyard Wrattonbully Cabernet Sauvignon won the David Wynn Trophy for ‘Best Red Wine of Show’, the H.R. (Ron) Haselgrove O.B.E. Trophy for ‘Best Cabernet Sauvignon of Show’ and was also named the ‘Best Individual Vineyard Wine’ at last Thursday night’s sell-out VINE | STONE | COAST presentation feast hosted by the Robe and Mount Benson wine regions. The wine then went on to claim the Bill Redman Trophy for ‘Best Wine of Show’, with viticulturist Peter Balnaves claiming the highly coveted Arthur Hoffman Trophy and back-to-back titles as ‘Viticulturist of Best Wine of Show’. Balnaves of Coonawarra manages Pepper Tree Wines Limestone Coast vineyards, and the Balnaves family’s own winning streak continued when they claimed another ‘Best Chardonnay’ Trophy for the 2015 Balnaves Chardonnay. The wine was also awarded the Colin Kidd Trophy for ‘Best White Wine of Show’. Leconfield Coonawarra secured a triple trophy haul, winning ‘Most Successful Exhibitor’ along with the ‘Small Batch and Experimental Wines’ trophy for the 2015 Leconfield Petit Verdot, and the Peter Wehl Trophy for ‘Best Merlot’ for the 2015 Leconfield Merlot. A new ‘Wine of Provenance’ Trophy was added to this year’s prize pool,

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providing a platform for exhibitors to enter three vintages of the same wine, and Majella Cabernet from 2014, 2009 and 2004 was declared the stand-out. “The region is just made for this type of class - it’s about heritage, it’s about lineage, and while it was really exciting to see that depth and breadth with five whites and eight reds in contention, it was not surprising that Cabernet dominated,” said Chief of Judges Jane Faulkner. The accolades continued for the family-owned Majella Wines, with the 2005 Majella Cabernet collecting the Ewen Fergusson McBain Trophy for ‘Best Museum Wine’, and the 2014 Majella Shiraz taking out the International Judges’ Award. “It was the most vibrant, juicy, drinkable wine - maybe not the most complex wine in the show, but it was just super delicious,” said guest judge, Jane Skilton MW, from New Zealand. The 2016 Tidswell Wines Heathfield Vermentino took out the new ‘Chief of Judges Wine to Watch’ Trophy. “I loved that wine - it was varietal, it was zesty and bright with crunchy acidity and sea spray salty characters, and it just shows you that there is opportunity for other varieties to fit into this region,” Jane Faulkner said. Rounding out the 16 trophy winners for the Limestone Coast Wine Show’s 16th annual event, The Karl Seppelt Trophy for ‘Best Aromatic White Wine (excluding Chardonnay)’ was awarded to the 2016 Cellarmasters Lysander

Limestone Coast Sauvignon Blanc, while the 2015 Hollick Wines The Nectar won ‘Best Sparkling or Sweet Wine’. The 2015 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Shiraz Merlot collected the ‘Best Blended Red’ trophy, while the 2014 Limestone Coast Wines ‘The Hidden Sea’ Shiraz won the Eric Brand Trophy for Best Shiraz.

The 2016 wine show saw a record medal haul, with a total of 76 gold medals eclipsing the previous record of 61 set in 2015. A further 102 silver and 130 bronze medals were also awarded from the 501 entries received. Above (left) - Sponsor Peter Reed from VINPAC International with Pepper Tree

Wines owner Dr John Davis, winner of the Bill Redman Trophy for Best Wine of Show. Above (right) - Sponsor Tanya Doecke from CCL Label with Arthur Hoffmann Trophy for Viticulturist of Best Wine of Show winner Peter Balnaves. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARCUS JONES

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MAKING HER MARK IN THE MODELLING WORLD Lauren Vinall is certainly not sitting around waiting for opportunity to knock on her door. The aspiring model

is banging down doors of her own, chasing her dream relentlessly and ensuring she leaves no stone unturned.

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Her latest venture – 2016 Australian Supermodel of the Year has already been another valuable experience for the 20 year old, regardless of whether she progresses past the State finals of the prestigious competition, a competition that also includes fellow local Brooke Holmes (see Brooke’s story in issue 649). “I felt optimistic in regards to how it (Adelaide final) went,” Lauren said. “I really hope I make the cut but if not having the chance to work with different photographers and get feedback from other people in the industry has already been worthwhile.” The Adelaide final was a month ago and both girls were hoping to find out any day now if they made the final 12. There is also an additional up to five wildcard positions up for grabs in the national final which is held in Bali.

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The South Australian final was held at the Glenelg Pier Hotel. “We had an interview which was filmed, we did a photoshoot & we also did three runway sessions,” Lauren said. “Jess Davis, the founder of Australian Supermodel of the Year made me feel really welcome and helped get rid of any nerves.” Finding a sponsor was part of the challenge for Lauren and she was fortunate that Bottega MBS Hairdressers & Day Spa was happy to come on board. “I’m very grateful for their support,” Lauren said. And while Lauren is actively pursuing modelling opportunities, she is also mindful of having a safety net and is also studying enrolled nursing. “Even if you’re a success, you can’t model forever, so I thought it was important to have

something else in my life as well,” she said. “But modelling is definitely a passion of mine.” Lauren has already built a solid resume, working with local photographers as well as work interstate. Fortunately Lauren loves the photo shoot work she has done, as while she enjoys runway, she already knows she is too short for that to ever become a significant part of her resume. So much of securing modelling opportunities also comes as a result of having a strong social media presence and Lauren was actually approached by Jess Davis to enter the 2016 Australian Supermodel of the Year competition. “She contacted me last year as well and I decided to have a go when she asked again this year,” Lauren said. She has also been contacted by a New York modelling agency through her Instagram account. Like Brooke, Lauren has worked most extensively with local photographer Luke Wehrmann. So while Lauren has her fingers crossed she will make the national final in Bali, she is pragmatic about what still lies ahead regardless. “And if I don’t get through I hope Brooke does so at least one of us is representing Mount Gambier.”


COMING EVENTS

LENDING A HELPING HAND

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The Regional Foodbank is in the throes of a can drive and the campaign to boost its stocks is off to a flier. Starting at the 2016 Western Border Grand Final Day at Blue Lake Sports Park, the can drive launch yielded 250kgs of canned goods as well as around $1000 in donations, and on October 22, a campaign outside the Woolworths store at the Mount Gambier Marketplace saw another 400kgs added to the stockpile as residents from Hallmont Estate and Woodlands Grove retirement villages assisted Regional Foodbank patron Vince Versace drum up support. Foodbank has been supporting the Limestone Coast community since 2003 and was the vision of the late Barry Maney. “There are just a lot of people out there in need,” Mr Versace said. “We don’t have to find them,

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they come to Foodbank and we assist as many as possible. Being involved is a great opportunity for Versace Home Builders to keep Barry (Maney’s) legacy going and keep up the good work that has already been done.” One of the many critical programs supported by the Regional Foodbank is providing breakfast in local schools. They serve more than 2000 breakfasts weekly to 420 children across the Limestone Coast. Canned foods such as tuna; baked beans; spaghetti; canned harvest meals and pasta and rice are all on the hit list for this current drive. Mr Versace had no trouble finding volunteers from Hallmont and Woodlands Grove to spearhead the October 22 campaign. . “Our band of helpers from Woodlands and Hallmont Retirement Estates are doing a

marvellous job and anyone who would like to assist is most welcome.” There are two more opportunities to make your

donation – November 19 and December 3, with planned drives at Woolworths and Coles Supermarkets

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Below - Andy Anderson; Marg Anderson; Vince Versace & Heather Daly take the morning shift for the Regional Foodbank can drive.

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LOCAL ARTIST SET TO SHOWCASE DIVERSE WORK Gallery 54 is pleased to present Full Circle, a retrospective exhibition featuring the work of artist Kingsley Marks. Many residents of the Limestone Coast are familiar with Kingsley’s beautiful pencil drawings but may not be aware of his earlier work as a painter and in particular his fascination with clay as a medium. The exhibition outlines Kingsley’s journey as a child who loved to draw, through teachers’ college, his teaching years, retirement and the freedom to pursue his passion for working with clay. Kingsley’s work has always been supported by his ability to draw and from his early childhood he has come full circle to today when he is still producing these engaging works. The exhibition is now open and runs until November 28. Gallery 54 is in Church Street, Penola.

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LOOKING TO SOAR IN 2017 As can so often be the case when AFL hopefuls, schoolies is their last hurrah and just prior to returning home to watch the 2015 National Draft with family and friends, Matt Allen was one of those hopefuls – celebrating the end of school at the Victor Harbor celebrations. His return home was delayed further by a last minute, three hour meeting with Collingwood but despite returning to Mount Gambier a day later than planned, he was where he wanted to be for draft night. “It was a testing day,” Matt said. “Collingwood had told me at

that meeting that they would take me with their fourth pick but until you hear your name you just never know.” And in the end, Matt’s name was read out – the pick before the promised Collingwood draft – and the former North Gambier junior was headed to the West Coast Eagles. Matt admits he would rather have been closer to home, with his family in Mount Gambier and friends in Adelaide, after his time at boarding school, but as soon as he arrived he felt welcome and has really enjoyed his first year on an AFL list. Given the distance the 19 year old was moving from home, he was given a couple of extra days to say his goodbyes and get his things together, heading to Perth the Sunday after the draft. Matt was placed with a host family but is moving out with a team mate in 2017. “I had been at boarding school for three years so I think I was used to being more independent so it will be good to be out on my own again this season,” he said. Matt expected life at an AFL club to be the most professional environment he had played in before but the level of planning still somewhat surprised him. “It was incredible how everything was planned to the second,” he said. “How long you do a drill, what you are to do in your personal training, every session we had.” Like most AFL hopefuls, Matt had kept himself fit in the off season, knowing an AFL pre-season was bound to be gruelling. “It was pretty hard,” Matt said. “But they do look after you a bit as a first year player.” That being

said, he knows his second pre-season, which officially starts on November 14, will be even tougher. Jack Darling was one of the players who took on a mentoring role with Matt, as well as the now delisted Patrick McGinnity. That was for his on field career, with the off field life of a first year player, bordering on information overload. “We have a lot of seminars and workshops and things like that on all aspects of the game and things like media training and drug education and those sort of things,” Matt said. It is why most first year recruits just concentrate on life at the football club – not opting for study or a job – but that will change for Matt in 2017 as he studies business at university. While Matt did spend

some time with senior coach Adam Simpson last season, the first year players also spend a lot more time with the club’s development coaches and former Fremantle player Luke Webster really impacted on Matt. The fact, the Eagles development coaches are also the coaches Matt had at East Perth, his WAFL affiliate, it meant the transition was easy – playing the same brand of football and having the same expectations. Matt played a NAB Challenge in 2016 – fortuitously at Unley Oval in Adelaide, allowing a large contingent of family and friends to watch. “I thought I might be a chance as they were going to give the young players a go,” Matt said. “It wasn’t good that we got smacked, but it was good to experience going away with the boys and playing an AFL match.” Having played Western Border and for Glenelg, Matt found the pace of the WAFL impressive, and while he was happy with many of his performances, he is aware consistency is what he needs to start working on. So often a key forward, he will be looking to train hard in the pre-season and develop an engine and start to push for a midfield role. “I need to keep building my fitness in the off season and also get stronger in the body,” Matt said. “You also need to establish a point of difference.” An AFL debut is definitely the goal heading into 2017. “Hopefully as I improve my fitness and strength I can get to more contests and once you start doing that you impact games more and you find more

consistent form.” Matt certainly found there was a lot of game sense to learn as well. “You never stay in one role for more than about 10 minutes,” he said. “And that education and understanding each role does take time.”

WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS IN SPORT

HARNESS RACING The 2016/17 Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club season kicks off this Friday night at Greenwald Paceway. It is the first of three Friday night meetings, with the club’s Baxter Hire & UBET Mount Gambier Pacing Gold Cup on Saturday, March 4, next year after the February 19 heats - it is the club’s headline act each season. In exciting news for the club, local talent Jayson Finnis will be representing South Australia at the Australasian Young Drivers Championship in Perth during the Inter-dominion carnival.

LEGENDS OF THE LAKE HILL CLIMB The Legend of the Lakes Hill Climb is also this weekend, kicking off with the classic cars rackling the Balley lake course on Friday with the big guns taking on the popular event on Saturday and Sunday. The headline act this weekend is four time Bathrust winner Steve Richards set to hand over the 2016 trophy. Local star Peter Gazzard (above) is the defending champion and will hopefully resume his battle with long time rival Kevin Mackrell (below).

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TIME HONOURED TRADITION CONTINUES Hamilton Community House will be the beneficiary of the 110th Byaduk Spring Show. The event always donated

its proceeds to a local project or group and this year is no exception. Built on the high quality of its floral displays,

the Byaduk Spring Show is a throw back to the founding traditions of rural shows with a hall filled with flowers, craft, photography and cookery the centrepiece of the November 5 event. In the early days entries included knitted socks, bushel of wheat and a pound cake made by a married man, while the current schedule boasts 151 different sections including best flower; champion rose; spring splendour using flowers fruit and foliage and a collection of garden produce. The categories are open, pre primary, primary and secondary. To celebrate the incredible milestone of 110 years of such a small community continuing to host such an impressive event, there will be a birthday cake and a historical photo display full of Byaduk memories. The

2pm afternoon tea is legendary and follows the official 1.30pm opening of the show. Aside from the eclectic hall display, there will also be a marketplace atmosphere with a number of stalls featuring buffalo cheese; Tupperware, cakes, books, games, hot food, jam, craft, quilts, paintings and other hand crafted items for sale, with the stalls opening from 12noon. All entries in the show need to be registered on Friday, November 4, by 8pm by ringing 0437 746 986 and in place by 10.45am on the Saturday morning. Schedules and stall enquiries should be directed to Jo Moore on 0429 787 258 and additional details of the show are available from Rachael Dettling on 0408 141 605. Organisers are hopeful this Saturday’s 100th Byaduk Spring Show not only

attracts the usual local visitors but also those who have never experienced country hospitality Byaduk style.

CHILDCARE CENTRE WELCOMES CHICKENS The children of the Gladys Smith Early Learning Centre are gaining an awareness of where produce comes from and exploring their relationship with other living things through the addition of three chickens to their learning environment. A coop was funded by the Centre’s Parent Committee and skillfully constructed by the volunteers of the Millicent Mens Shed with materials generously donated by 3MP, Wattle Range Council and Kerri Bowman. In introducing the children to poultry rearing, there have been

excursions to the agricultural centre at the Millicent High School to learn how to care for the chickens, to Millicent Stockfeed and Saddlery to purchase supplies and feed and back to Millicent High School to collect the chickens once ready. The children helped to prepare the coop for its new residents and introduced the chickens to their new home. They are now waiting patiently for the hens to begin to lay eggs in the coming months. The chickens will be a valuable tool

in the early education of the children and encourages sustainable practices within the Centre.

CELEBRATING PETS FOR A GOOD CAUSE

The Gambier City Leos and the South East Animal Welfare League are joining forces to celebrate the role pets play in our lives, as well as raising much needed fiunds for both community serivce groups. On November 12, from 10am-4pm, they are hosting a Pet-Tastic Family Fun Day at Hastings Cunningham Reserve. There will be pet shows, live entertainment, food as well as competitions and prizes and all for a gold coin donation. Organisers are still chasing donations of goods for raffle prizes, as well as businesses that might like to reserve a stall on the day. Anyone interested in being involved should contact Max Hellyer on 0439 574 647 or email gambiercityleosclub@ gmail.com lifestyle1.net | 08


INVESTMENT OR DEVELOPMENT 36 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier Historical Mount Gambier wool stores for sale in the popular ever growing railway precinct. Ideal investment property with annual income approximate $60,000 with around 25 tenancies mostly short term leases as storage sheds, with 2 larger tenants. Opportunity to buy a piece of Mount Gambier’s history with site area measuring 1,978 sq/m and building measuring 1,295 sq/m.

The dream development great location, character and size. Could be developed into a variety of uses or just keep as an investment. Price: $560,000 Type: Warehouse

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44 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier

1/223 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

20 Newsham Avenue, Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

11.30-12.00

OPEN Saturday

12.15-12.45

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$179,500

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• 3 bedrooms, lounge with gas heating • Additional large garage/carport • Needs TLC - suit first home buyer

$160,000 • • • •

2/2 Patricia Court, Mount Gambier

OPEN Sunday

1.00-1.45

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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 Garage UMR

11.00-11.45

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19 Shalamar Crescent, Mount Gambier

OPEN Sunday

4 Knight Court, Mount Gambier

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3 bedrooms, bedroom 1 with BIR & ceiling fan Near new kitchen with gas stove & dishwasher Dble garage plus sheds with 3 phase power Large block and quiet street

5 Stafford Street, Mount Gambier

$385,000

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• 5 bedrooms, main with en-suite & WIR, built-in robes in all the rest • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge • Dbl garage UMR + 5000 Gallon rainwater tank

26 Stafford Street, Mount Gambier

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$269,000

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• Kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Open plan dining and living area • Full length under cover entertaining area

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20 Ash Court, Mount Gambier

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$247,000

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• Timber kitchen with dishwasher • Covered pergola approx 6m x 6m • Gas hot water

$695,000

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$275,000 • • • •

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Two tenancies on the one title, 3 bedroom home and 1 bedroom unit Rental yield of over 7% Excellent investment opportunity

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Generous 2-bedroom home Open plan living/dining/kitchen Secluded private patio. Master bedroom with private courtyard & BIR

5 Carpenters Rocks Rd, Carpenters Rocks

4 flats on one title Good long term tenants in place Freshly painted stone buildings with iron roofs Investors need to look

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3 Bedrooms Feature wall in lounge All gas appliances Fresh paintwork (pale grey throughout)

33B Alexander Street, Mount Gambier

1-4/6 Stuckey Street, Millicent

• Open plan living/dining/kitchen • 4 Large rainwater tanks(100,000 ltr) • Huge shed for storage + 2 bays for vehicles

10 Meredith Street, Nelson

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Neat 3 bedroom stone home Lounge with gas heating Carport plus 6 x 6 shed Established easy care gardens

39 & 39A Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier

88-91 Suttontown Road, Suttontown

• Grand allotment of approx. 1167 sqm • Three bay shed with concrete floor & power • Ducted gas heating + split system

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$165,000

3 Westlands Court, Mount Gambier

• 2 generous bedrooms with large BIR • L shaped lounge/dining with timber floors, slow combustion heating and split system • Renovated kitchen with double pantry

$395,000

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• 3 bedrooms master and 3rd bedroom with BIR • Two living zones and formal area that has a stunning feature inside window • Open plan kitchen/dining/family + split system

2 Holloway Crescent, Mount Gambier

$189,000

$259,000

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NE EW W!

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4 double bedrooms 2 living zones Functional eat-in kitchen Large shed with power & concrete floor

Leake Street, Nelson

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4 Bengalee Crescent

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25 Longmire Terrace

$360,000

Superb family home in the fantastic Aramanta subdivision approx 4 ½ years old – If you are considering building you must inspect this property first.

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bath rooms

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Beautiful family home in the popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living area, outdoor entertaining, high side of the street with great outlook.

OPEN THURS 5.00-5.30

20 Buffalo Crescent

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4 bed rooms

NEW

$368,500

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bath rooms

car parking

OPEN

The perfect home if you are starting up or slowing down, great location close to all amenities. Private & secure and on its own title.

THURS 5.00-5.30

14 Bond Street

$398,500 880m2 (approx)

Brand new home awaiting its lucky new owner – A superb property. If you are looking to build, book your inspection asap.

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bath rooms

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6 Lee Court

$329,500

OPEN SAT 9.45-10.15

4 Chute Street

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car parking

Immaculately presented family home in sought after location. Three large bedrooms. Rear yard access.

3+

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This stunning return verandah villa epitomises luxury and lifestyle both inside and out and all set on a magnificent elevated allotment of 1,554m2

1A Keegan Street

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Charming home situated on a 1,048m2 allotment (approx) with excellent development potential (STCC). Fantastic inner city location. Inspect ASAP.

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This superb family residence has everything a family could want – including a tennis court. An entertainers dream!

$499,000

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Impressive family home just a stone’s throw to the Glenelg River. Stunning presentation inside and out. Loaded with space, shedding and entertaining

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2 Church Street, Yahl

$239,500

$237,000 (block size 1,053m2 approx)

A real country feel in popular country township. Lovingly updated throughout. Oozing appeal for a family in search of a character home with great entertaining and shedding. Block over 1,000m2.

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1/1 Millard Street

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Avail 1/12/16 at $160 p/w

4/84 Bay Road

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Avail 16/12/16 at $160 p/w

1/84 Bay Road

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Avail Now at $165 p/w

1/31 Bertha St

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Avail Now at $185 p/w

2/193 Commercial St West

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Avail Now at $195 p/w

7/22 Buronga Ave

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Avail 4/11/16 at $210 p/w

6/56 Brownes Road

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3/1 Powell St

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OPEN

A class act – this beautiful and spacious home is situated in a Blue Ribbon location close to everything

FRI 5.00-5.30

NEW

$479,500 1578m2(approx)

OPEN SAT 10.15-10.45

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bath rooms

car parking

27 Kalimna Crescent

3+

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bath rooms

car parking

Superb family home that has been beautifully maintained by its present owners located in the lakes precinct and is a short distance from schools

23 Lexington Cres

$259,000

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bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

OPEN

Stunning inside and out! Nestled on a generous allotment in a quiet culdesac with a reserve next door! It will tick all the boxes

SAT 11.30-12.00

$480,000 1400m2 (approx)

The ultimate in coastal living, immaculate seaside property with 180 degrees ocean views. The raw warmth of timber, steel & sandstone combine to captivate and appeal. Set on 2 titles this home has it all.

NEW

$298,500

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bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

OPEN

A beautiful home with shedding galore, ideal low maintenance living in a great part of the city. In the hospital & tafe precincts.

FRI 5.00-5.30

NEW

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bath rooms

car parking

3 Moorak Street

$290,000

4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

OPEN

Tastefully updated inside & out. A spacious family home, perfectly positioned near Tenison Woods College & Reidy Park

SAT 10.15-10.45

NEW

4

2

3

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

OPEN

Luxury and practicality meet in this exceptional family home. Stunning in all respects, will suit the most fastidious of buyers.

SAT 11.45-12.15

$329,000

You will be inspired by this lovely beachside home with loads of character and reclaimed timber. Great shedding and outdoor entertaining. Fit for a family or weekend retreat. Expect to be impressed!

NEW

$349,500

OPEN SAT 9.30-10.00

NEW PRICE

$299,500

OPEN SAT 10.30-11.00

9 Kyrenia Court

$379,000

13 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley

4

24 Stiles Street

$495,000

OPEN SAT 11.45-12.15

23 Jones Road, Port MacDonnell

5

2

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$529,000

Your seaside dream awaits. Set on approx 10,000m2 – absolute quality throughout. Designer style & practical living combined into one. Only 30 seconds drive to the beach. A1 in everyway!

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 Now at $270 p/w

HOUSES

UNITS

2

3

21-23 Newton Road, Pelican Point

RENTALS 2/3 Ryan Ave

$245,000

11 Millard Street, Donovans

$349,000

SAT 11.00-11.30

29 Lake Terrace East

8-10 Glenmont Crescent

Super 2 storey family home in an A1 location close to the Blue Lake, schools and all amenities. Amazing Views – Amazing Value!

OPEN

37 Umpherston Street

12 Hanson St

3

1

1

Avail 14/12/16 at $200 p/w

70 Cardinia St

3

1

2

Avail Now at $225 p/w

34 Boandik Tce

4

1

2

Avail 15/12/16 at $225 p/w

373-375 Pinehall Ave

3

1

2

Avail 8/11/16 at $250 p/w

157 Bay Rd

3

1

2

Avail 14/11/16 at $260 p/w

5 Park St

3

1

1

Avail 28/11/16 at $270 p/w

14 Bond St

4

2

2

Avail 07/11/16 at $300 p/w

3-3a Anderson St

5

2

2

Avail Now at $320 p/w

22 Aramanta Drive

4

2

2

Avail 9/11/16 at $330 p/w

4 Megan Place

3

1

2

Avail 2/12/16 at $350 p/w

2/142 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell 3

2

2

Avail Now at $400 p/w

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1/1 Millard Street

NEW

Avail 1/12/16 2 1 1 $160 pw • Lounge room with gas heating and r/c air con • Kitchen/dine • Bathroom with bath • Garage UMR • Enclosed rear yard • Great location • No Pets • Property on sales market

1/84 Bay Road

NEW

Avail Now 2 1 1 $165 pw • 2 Bedrooms • Robes in one • Lounge with gas heating • Small Dining Area • Sep Kitchen • Lock up Garage • No Pets • Great Location • Property is on the sales market


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 8725 5766

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

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NEW

61 Bay Road

4

2

3

bed rooms

bath rooms

car 1,962m2 (approx) parking

$835,000

Perfectly positioned and superbly presented this Edwardian villa has been renovated to impeccable standards nestled on 1,962m2 (approx) of stunning gardens. This is an opportunity of a life time to secure such an exceptional home!

8 Elliot Street, Pt MacDonnell

NEW

NEW

1/1 Millard Street

2

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$129,000

Lovely spacious brick unit overlooking parklands – lock up garage – perfect for the nester or investor!

3

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$229,500

NEW

5 Boandik Terrace

allotment – 1,117m2 (approx)

$120,000

2

Impressive three bedroom family home, two with built in robes. Second toilet and shower located in the laundry. Large enclosed pergola, two car garaging with electric roller doors. Conveniently located. In conjunction with Peter Dempsey@Realty

41 North Terrace

WATER

NEW

1 Byrne Street

NEW PRICE

Huge allotment 1,117m (approx) with a 36.3m frontage (approx). Close to schools and all amenities – fantastic block! Potential to divide STCC.

77A North Terrace

7/23-25 Kain Street

2

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$127,500

Fantastic unit in a quiet complex close to everything – Currently leased at $150/wk – Inspect and be impressed.

NEW

21 Sturt Street

LICENCE

3

1

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$179,000

Three bedroom home just 80 metres (approx) from the beach. Large kitchen/living/dining, second living area, double length garage. The perfect weekender!

15 Gardiner Terrace

Lower Limestone Coast PWA LKA water licence 6.5meg (6500KL)

3+

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$399,000

This fabulous return verandah villa is located on an elevated corner allotment with the city nearly at your doorstep. Beautifully renovated with nothing to do – too good to miss!

$6,500 3/101 Bay Road

103 Jubilee Hwy West

NEW PRICE

3

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$385,000

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!

11 Thompson Court

$280,000 plus GST IDEALLY LOCATED OFFICE SPACE/CONSULTING ROOMS Your own premises to consult from or as a great office suite. Say goodbye to your landlord and become one. Zoned CCE, 670m2 (approx) of office space, 957m2 (approx) allotment. Rear parking for 6+ vehicles. Ripe for further development (STCC)

Lot 103 Crouch Street North

REDUCED 4

2

3

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$365,000

A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding- 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.

100 Commercial Street East

REDUCED 2

1

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$220,000

Located on the edge of the beautiful Blue Lake, offering spacious living areas and modern, low maintenance lifestyle. Fantastic outdoor entertaining and a casual walk to coffee shops and lakes precinct.

69 Wireless Road West

3

1

1

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$229,000

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!

4 Werona Street

4

2

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$650,000

Stretch out in sumptuous style in this luxurious beauty located on approximately 3,603m2 of lush gardens. Exceptional quality throughout and only an inspection will reveal how amazing this home is! In conjunction with P&L Real Estate.

57 Crouch Street South

737m2 Approx

$99,000

Central rare earth on offer, a flat fully fenced block on approx 737m2. A short walk to McDonald Park Primary school & St Martins Lutheran College. Enquire Now!

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED $400,000 + GST Outstanding Commercial property in the hub of the CBD. Sophisticated and superbly fitted out. Modern office area of approx 128m2 with full amenities plus parking allocation at rear. An exceptional and RARE opportunity. In conj with Herbert Real Estate.

4

2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$229,500

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! This has it all – but only an inspection will reveal all.

RENTALS 3/1 Powell Street

$270pw Avail Now

3-3a Anderson Street

$320pw Avail Now

5 2 2 • House & granny flat • Granny Flat can be fully furnished • Pets neg

1

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$185,000

An ideal home for the handyman seeking loads of shedding. An extended home – large living areas, ample shedding 15m x 4.5m and 7m x 4m approx.

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!

Starting from $83,500 Subdivision Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

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 12 Hanson Street

3 2 1 • Reverse Cyle Air Con • Low maintenance yard • Balcony

3

$200pw Avail 14/12/16

157 Bay Road

$260pw Avail 14/11/16

NEW

5 Park Street 3 1 1 • Gas heating • Gas cooking • Single Garage det • Pets neg

Avail 28/11/16 3 1 2 • R/C air con & S/C Heating • Elec cooking • No Pets

3 1 1 $270 pw • Three bedroom home • One with built in robes • Eat in Kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher • Family room with r/c air con • Det single garage • Under cover rear decking • Central • No Pets

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COMMERCIAL ∙ Harrald Street ∙ 96 Commercial Street East ∙ 30A Commercial Street West ∙ 1/2 James Street ∙ 2/2 James Street ∙ 5 Allan Drive ∙ 10 Bay Road ∙ Sheds 5 & 6, 12 Bodey Circuit ∙ 212 Commercial St West ∙ 24A Oak Street ∙ 11 Ritana Road ∙ 100 Commercial Street East ∙ 20 Sturt Street ∙ 1/251 Commercial Street West ∙ 8B Helen Street

11 Ritana Road

Avail Now

Commercial • Building Area 1600 square metres approx plus upstairs office, storage & kitchenette of 100 square metres approx • Zoning Light Industry• High clearance access • Off street car parking avail • Consisting of front show room, reception area, offices, heaps of storage & work areas • Long term lease available


08 8726 4400 520 Eight Mile Creek Road, Eight Mile Creek

CONTACT AGENT

1099 Eight Mile Creek Road, Eight Mile Creek

CONTACT AGENT

ER UNDFER OF ER UNDFER OF CAN YOU SEE WHAT I SEA

INDIVIDUAL TITLES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

• Amazing ocean views from every room • Kitchen equipped with 2 dishwashers and large island bench • Elevated open plan, family room has remote controlled gas wood fire • Covered outdoor rear decking extending the indoor out • Main bedroom with WIR & ensuite full with features • 2 x double roller door garages UMR & 6m x 10m garage • 5kW a/c ZEN Solar Panels with 3 phase power • fully ducted 14.2kW air-condioning unit with zone control • 3 x 22,000l water tanks for the home • Bore providing water for the lawns & trees • Direct beach access from your back yard WEB Id. 10416521 4 3 6 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

35 Elizabeth Street, Port Macdonnell

$525,000

753 ACRES OF EIGHT MILE CREEK’S FINEST (5 Separate Titles) • 219 acres under centre pivot irrigaon • Water-taking licence of 679,500kl & Industrial licence of 12,340kl • 9 span electric Zimmac Pivot (150 acres) & 7 span electric T & L pivot (69 acres) • 15 a side Herringbone dairy with rapid release, auto cup removers, auto feed • 10,000L Wesalia refrigerated vat

• 3 feed silos (1 x 53 tonne/2 x 9 tonne) • Main block with 4 bedroom 2009 Blue Lake home with ensuite & separate 2 bedroom workmans coage • 4 bedroom Soldier Seler homestead overlooking Browns Bay with separate holiday unit • Various implement & machinary shedding

WEB Id. 10351884 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

27 Moonah Ave, Nelson

$299,955

• Recently built with the highest of standards • 4 bedrooms all with BIR, main with stunning ensuite • Open plan kitchen/living/dining with under floor heang • Amazing indoor/outdoor entertaining area, you’ll fall in love! • 4 Bay shed with power WEB Id. 10109415 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 4 2 10

• 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 WEB Id. 9841237 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 3 1.5 4

54 & 56 Lachlan Crescent, Mt Gambier $189,000

7 Creek Street, Mt Gambier

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2

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$120,000 PRICED FROM

INCLUDES: TOWN WATER, SEWER, POWER, TELSTRA HOT MIX ROADS, COLORBOND FENCING, BIKE PATHS ALLOTMENTS SIZES 1194m 2 TO 2492m 2

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$169,000

UNDER CONTRACT

2 HOMES ONE TITLE 2 HOMES ONE TITLE • Updated eat-in kitchen • Freshly painted inside • New window treatments • Gas heated lounge rooms WEB Id. 10373292 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

58 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier

5

2

$140,000

Brett Exelby - 0458 548 756

• Eligible buyers period expires 13/11/2016 • Elevated 3 Bedroom brick home • Open plan kitchen and dining area • Gas heated lounge with an abundance of natural light • Freshly painted throughout WEB Id. 10504564 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

6 Lange Street, Mt Gambier

3

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier, SA, Australia, 5290 p: 08 8726 4400 • f: 08 8726 4456 e: brett.exelby@elders.com.au

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$299,000

3 WATER ‘TAKING’ LICENCES FOR SALE ALL WITH A 25% ALLOCATION CARRYOVER POTENTIAL AVAILABLE • 444,106 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Grey’ • 267,406 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Riddoch’ • 127,400 kL Underground D Taking Licence - area of ‘Monbulla” SOL

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME • Prime land of 837m2 for development in centre of town • Located opposite the popular Reidy Park School and close to Tenison Woods College • Privately posioned with wide driveway entrance • Opportunity to build you family home or develop STCC WEB Id. 8315977 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

LAND

• 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

3

2

2

For Sale by ‘Expressions of Interest’ • Phone Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

m t g a m b i e r @ e l d e r s . c o m . au

RLA 62833

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08 8726 4400 $229,000-$239,000

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19 Peppermint Drive, Mount Gambier

T C A R G T N N I O S I C T R R E E V D D N A U O T R O I R P • 3 Bedrooms master with robes • Open plan living • Covered pao/BBQ area • Corner allotment

• Double garage UMR with internal access • Home connected to rain water • Great locaon • Priced to sell be quick

WEB Id. 10586387 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

$299,000 to $325,000

EW

140 Galpins Road, Eight Mile Creek

3

41 Umpherston Street, Mt Gambier

$239,000

2

11 Greenridge Drive, Mt Gambier

$319,000

NEW PRICE

OPEN SAT NOV 5

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OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SATURDAY • 2 bedrooms, master with wardrobe • Spacious bathroom with 2nd toilet • Open plan living overlooking covered pao area • Chef style kitchen SAT NOV 5 • Ducted heang & R/C split system A/C 9.30 - 9.50 WEB Id. 10254395 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 2 1 1

• 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

2/3 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier

10 Carrison Road, Suttontown

OPEN

OPEN SATURDAY

$115,000

1

4

2

2

$375,000

OPEN SATURDAY

OPEN SATURDAY

Stunning unsurpassed views from both levels of this ultramodern 3 bedroom plus office home featuring 2.5 bathrooms wi robes in 2 bedrooms, Large open plan Kitchen, meals and entertaining area on the top level and a separate living area down stairs. Storage galore and fixtures and fings you dream SAT NOV 5 10.30 - 10.50 about so close vanies with stone tops, Dimmable LEDs WEB Id. 8991578 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3+ 2.5 2

OPEN

3

Lot 13 Highfield Drive, Mil Lel Expressions of Interest

Lot 59 Mountain Court

$79,000

• 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 • 2 rooms off entertaining area suitable for teenagers SAT NOV 5 retreat/games room 11.15 - 11.40 WEB Id. 9548633 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 6 2 4

OPEN

RUSTIC COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

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20 Miller Street, Mount Gambier

4

10.00 - 10.20

2.5 ACRES

• Located just 15 minutes from Mount Gambier and 2 minutes from the beach! • Beauful 4 bedroom home, 3 rooms with built in robes • Open plan living/kitchen/dining • Kitchen is filled with quality fixtures and fings as well as stone benchtops • Spacious living room with slow combuson heater and split system • Sunroom with addional slow combuson heater • Neat and dy bathroom • See the sea from the front verandah • 4 fully fenced paddocks with plumbed troughs connected to the bore • 2 smaller paddocks with exisng vegetable beds. • Rainwater tanks supplying the house with a near new pump and solar hot water system WEB Id. 6967823 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

$498,000

OPEN SAT NOV 5

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• Build on top of the hill • Almost 360 degrees views • Close to a great country school • Quiet country living • Fully fenced WEB Id. 9703413 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Lot 90 $115,000 Lot 91 $105,000

D SOL OLD S

• 4 bedrooms • Eat in kitchen • Gas heated lounge • Enclosed rear yard • Polished floorboards WEB Id. 10586936 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Lot 89 $109,000

Lot 92 $95,000

• Building allotment with great outlook • All services connected • Close to schools and local shops • Amongst other established homes

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WEB Id. 5419489 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

LAND

8 SOLD 4 LEFT

WEB Id. 8276517 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

m t g a m b i e r @ e l d e r s . c o m . au

RLA 62833

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Real Estate

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 al@pandl.net.au Sales

Buy Or Sell... See P & L

Elisha Beare 0447 808 426 elisha@pandl.net.au Sales

10 Amor Street, Mount Gambier

30 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier

Abby Hepburn 08 8723 3416 abby@pandl.net.au Administration

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $255,000

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EL NE EA W SE

$240,000

OPEN

OPEN

5.30-5.50

6.00-6.20

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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

OPEN

• 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

SAT

11.15-11.45

26 Montgomery Avenue, Mount Gambier

STUNNING LARGE FAMILY HOME ON LAKE TERRACE

Welcome to 30 Lake Terrace West, located in the prestigious lakes precinct, offering breathtaking views over the City. Built over two levels, this magnificent solid brick home, combines an amazing outlook, with an enviable array of hidden extras. Upper level features include, 3 large bedrooms, including master with WIR’s & en-suite, dedicated study or 4th bedroom, formal lounge with s/c wood fire & r/c air-conditioning, modern new kitchen offering dishwasher, induction cooktop, 2 Pyrolytic self-cleaning ovens & large WI pantry. A large single car garage with adjoining carport provides excellent off street parking for vehicles. Another outstanding feature of this level is the North facing balcony, offering an incredible panoramic city view. The lower levels of this impressive home, include a 5th bedroom with en-suite facilities, plus a games room or large 6th bedroom, enabling this area to be fully self-contained & ideal for larger families. Other extras include solar power and monitored security system. Outside features include elevated pergola area with spectacular raised timber deck (an entertainers 4-6 dream), plus low maintenance landscaped gardens. Inspection is highly recommended.

SAT

10.00-10.20

3

2

$395,000 to $425,000

• Inviting 1BR solid brick home on a generous 744m2 allotment • Freshly painted interior with new flooring, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking • Single carport, plus large rear yard with low maintenance gardens, ideal for extra shedding or development for extra housing (S.T.C.A.) • Excellent property for first home buyers & purchasers downsizing or developers 1 1 1

Lot 303 Doughty Street, Mount Gambier

• Inviting 2 bedroom stone home, situated on a low maintenance allotment. • New bathroom, offering separate shower, bath & toilet. Other features include 2 spacious bedrooms, galley style kitchen with electric cooking, large lounge with electric heating and freshly painted inside and out. • Outside the home offers a converted carport & lockup garage for extra storage. Excellent for investors or a first home buyer wanting to enter into the property market. Sell the car and walk everywhere. 2 1

13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier

$120,000

EL NE EA W SE

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

• Victorian Return Verandah Villa with historical significance on an elevated ½ acre allotment with stunning views over Mount Gambier • Frontage to O’Halloran Tce & Lake Terrace West in the Valley Lakes & Centenary Tower Precinct • Large Dolomite stone home restored to its former glory • Expression of interest close by Friday the 25/11/2016 at 12noon (if not sold prior) 4-5 1 3

10 Colonel Light Place, Mount Gambier

6 Kensen Court, Mount Gambier

ALL OFFERS INVITED • 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. • Ready to move in now 3 1

$299,000 - $319,000

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10.30-10.50

OPEN

33 O’Halloran Terrace, Mount Gambier $169,000

$239,000 OPEN

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14 West Street, Mount Gambier

11 Victoria Terrace, Mount Gambier

$149,000

• • • • • •

1082m2 Allotment close to CBD Vacant building block within walking distance to CBD Rare opportunity to purchase large allotment Water & sewer connected with power passing Flat allotment with portion of new colourbond fencing Suitable for new townhouse development (S.T.C.A.)

LAND

23 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier

$339,000-$349,000

$449,000

• Immaculately presented property in cul-de-sac location close to Saint Martins Lutheran College and the market place. • Spacious kitchen will not disappoint the avid chef, offering ceaserstone benchtops, gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space and a large walk in pantry. • Other features include gas ducted heating, built in robes in three of the four bedrooms, and a large three way bathroom with separate vanity and a separate toilet. 4 1 4

• Located in the popular Corriedale Heights Estate Area and only three years old • 4 luxurious bedrooms, master with WIR and an ensuite bathroom with shower, impressive vanity area and separate toilet. • Contemporary kitchen with stainless steel appliances, induction cook top, breakfast bar with pendant lighting, ample cupboard space and a slide out pantry. 4 2 2

• 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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16 Woodhaven Place, Mount Gambier $395,000-$410,000

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

70 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier

178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier $169,000

• • • • •

Add this property to your investment portfolio. 2 BR Mt Gambier stone home in central location. Country style dine-in kitchen with electric cooking. Detached s/car stone garage with drive through real yard access. Currently leased to an excellent tenant for $165.00 per week on a periodic tenancy 2 1 1

• Approximately 1191 m2 allotment • Endless development opportunities ( S.T.C.A ) • Located in a prime location • Walking distance to CBD • Recently developed into a car parking facility • Contact P & L Real Estate today for more information

LAND

• Investors check out the rear yard for subdivision (S.T.C.A.) • Buy now & develop at a later date • 2 bedroom home in central location • Add this property to your investment portfolio • Secure lock up shedding connected to house • Leased to secure tenant at $235 2 1 2 per week on periodic tenancy

5 Tawarri Crescent, Mount Gambier

Unit 1/7A Hedley Street, Mount Gambier $199,000

$229,000

• 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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• Four bedroom family home situated on a 1067m2 allotment in a quite cul-de-sac location • The main bedroom with ensuite and WIR, remaining 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s. Main bathroom offers a separate vanity, bath, shower and a separate toilet • Kitchen offers a gas cook top with an electric oven, dishwasher, large corner pantry 4 2 4

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$299,000 to $320,000

• This delightful split level home offers a low maintenance allotment with panoramic city views • This solid brick & tile home offers renovated kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer • 3 - 4 bedrooms, including master with WIR & en-suite, bedrooms 2 & 3 include BIR’s • Lower level offers a dedicated study (4th bedroom), en-suite bathroom, large rumpus room, s/car garage UMR with 3 3 1 remote door & large lock up workshop area


32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Garth Manser 0417 071 180 garth@pandl.net.au Sales

Find us on Facebook www.pandl.net.au Tennis Court

Solar

NBN NBN Available

Swimming Pool

34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton

Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent

Views

1140 Burrungle Road, German Creek $422,000

$385,000

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EL NE EA W SE

193 Glencoe Road, Glencoe

Investment

RLA 185 456

EL NE EA W SE

Chris Manser 0417 414 127 chris@pandl.net.au Sales

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 Director

OPEN

OPEN

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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. 4 2 4

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong

729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe $459,000

A 10 cr es

GLENCOE STORE BOTTLE SHOP & AUSTRALIA POST OUTLET

• Experience the peace & quiet of the country without all the hard work, in this extensively renovated home, on just under 2.5 Acres. • Huge open plan living area, kitchen with island bench, elec cooking, d/washer & walk-in pantry, dining & lounge with s/c heating & r/c air-conditioning. • A spacious master bedroom offers WIR & ensuite with shower, vanity & toilet 3 2 10

$475,000

A 50 cr es

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Long established business, returning excellent figures with good regular clientele. Currently being run by a husband & wife with casual staff, this busy general store, including bottle shop, Australia Post (280 letter boxes) & fuel outlet, is well suited for an enterprising young family.

A genuine sale of a well respected business, which has been servicing the district of Glencoe & surrounding areas since 1907. Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266 for more information on this incredible opportunity.

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11 Thompson Court, Moorak

33 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena

• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • In conjunction from Gebhardts NBN 4 2 6

A 3.0 cr es

PRICE REDUCTION

11 Mark Street, Nelson

$150,000

ALL OFFERS INVITED

• Fantastic weekender, just a stone’s throw from the river • As new 2 y.o. 1BR kit home with ensuite, open plan kitchen & living, gas heating & gas HWS • Lined garage with shower, WC & separate gas HWS • Rainwater & equipped bore • It’s all here, just bring the boat & fishing rods & enjoy the Summer holidays

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46 Sturt Street, Nelson

Lovely elevated 3 bedroom home Large lounge with s/c wood heating & beautiful river outlook. Timber kitchen/dining with electric cooking Single garage UMR plus under house storage Large balcony with spectacular views of the Glenelg River

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• 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 NBN

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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

$199,000

• Elevated rural allotment situated on approximately 4 acres with partially cleared land on the Eastern side of Nelson • 85m2 galvanised iron/colorbond shed with concrete flooring. Shed is wired and ready to be connected to electricity. • Generator to shed (Generator not included in sale but is negotiable) • Frontage to an unmade road • Large rain water tank and bore with submersible pump LAND

BLOCKS OF LAND

From $100,000 plus SAV

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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59 Vause Road, Nelson $155,000

• Ideal location for your new country life • 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Kestrel design House & Land Package from $298,000 • Power connection included • Picturesque 2.5 Acre allotment on the outskirts of the Mount Gambier • Build your dream home, minutes from the city, river & sea (STCA) LAND

$365,000

• Immaculate timber home on an elevated block in the popular township of Nelson • Breathtaking views over the river mouth & sea • Spacious lounge with r/c air conditioning • Practical kitchen with servery to the dining room • Large dining room with electric heat bank heater • 4 BRMs (master with BIR’s)

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$699,000

55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor

$335,000

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Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat

22 Donovans Road, Donovans

• 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

17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

$650,000

$219,000

• Located on the outskirts of Tarpeena, set well back from the highway, this 2BR well presented home offers a lovely rural setting with native trees on approx. 3.5 acres. • The home features new painting throughout, open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with raked ceilings, gas/elect cooking, r/c air conditioning & s/comb wood fire. • Private grounds surround the home 2 1 2

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7 Thompson Court, Moorak

$175,000

• Early 1900’s stone cottage, situated on 1835m2 (approx) allotment, within walking distance to the primary school, in the popular Kongorong area. • 3 large bedrooms, cozy lounge with open wood fire, dine-in country style kitchen with pantry & gas cooking. • Outside features include rain water tank plumbed to house, bitumen road frontage, equipped bore plus 3 1 numerous small sheds.

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5 Hay Terrace, Kongorong

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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.

A 4 cr es

A renovated 3 bedroom home is included in the sale, offering substantial shedding, including workshop, garaging, cool rooms, bore & rainwater, all on an 1 ¼ acre allotment.

BUSINESS

Lot 12 Nelson Road, Mt Gambier 2.5 Acres

$155,000

160-168 Wireless Road West 5 Acres

$420,000

144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown

$105,000

Lot 29A Plantation Road, Nelson 320 Acres

$380,000

59 Vause Road, Nelson 4 Acres

$199,000

6 Cobblestone Court, Mt Gambier 819m2

$65,000

Lot 31-37 Glenburnie Heights

From $125,000

Crafter Road, Compton 3000-5000m2

From $135,000

33 Avey Road, Mt Gambier

$179,000

Lot 303 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier 1082m2

$120,000


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

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76 Bay Road

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE MONDAY 7TH NOVEMBER

RLA 204710

8 Blackall Street

$265,000

OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 11.00AM A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Closing November 7th 2016 at 5.00pm at the office of Vicki Quinn Real Estate. On prestigious Bay Road, in the heart of Mount Gambier and a short stroll to the famous Blue Lake sits this incredibly rare opportunity to transform this charming return verandah villa into a modern day masterpiece. Offering high ceilings and original cornice work, the home offers 4 bedrooms, multiple living areas and a spacious timber kitchen complete with dishwasher and stainless steel gourmet cooker. The large rear yard is home to a double stone shed, plus second toilet and offers countless possibilities. All set on a large allotment of approx. 1336m2. Weave some magic here and reap the benefits of your investment.

61 Dalkeith Drive

$375,000

IDEAL EXECUTIVE LIVING Deceptively spacious 4 bedroom home located in popular Max Young Park. Open plan kitchen/dine and family with stainless steel appliances and gas cooking. Superb home theatre room or 2nd living area. Dedicated office. Master bedroom with ample robes and opulent ensuite with sep toilet and double vanity. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Family room opens on to lovely decking ideal for Summer entertaining. Double garage under the main roof. Move in here with absolutely nothing to do.

19 Wireless Road West

$279,000

4 Doughty Street

$267,000

AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY Renovated family home. Currently comprised as 4 bedrooms plus dedicated office. Main bedroom has walk-in robe and combined parent’s retreat. Built-in robes in second bedroom. 2 bathrooms, 1 on each level. Renovated kitchen with electric cooking + s/steel dishwasher. Spacious lounge elevated & opening out to balcony. Single garage UMR with remote & loads of extra storage. Superb rear outdoor entertaining. Seriously nothing to do here, just move in & enjoy.

10 Dalkeith Drive

$319,000

WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT? Immaculate brick and tile home in the McDonald Park area. Comprised of 3 bedrooms, the main has a spacious walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are a great size and have built in robes. Separate lounge and formal dining. Warmed by your choice of wood heating or ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling. Sun filled kitchen overlooking rear gardens with dishwasher, walk in pantry, gas cooktop and elect w/oven. Extra large garage under main roof with 2 remote roller doors with parking for 3 vehicles. 4th bedroom or office on offer. Vehicle access to rear yard. An absolute gem, in a fantastic location. Close to MacDonald Park and St Martin’s Lutheran Schools.

10 Gemstone Court

$279,500

NEW PRICE

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

A BEAUTIFUL BLEND OF OLD AND NEW Character weatherboard home comprised of 3 bedrooms all with built in robes. Front entrance with gorgeous leadlight and pressed tin ceiling. Spacious formal lounge with slow combustion heating. Cosy 3rd living area or 4th bedroom. Lovely rear extension with renovated kitchen with gas cooking, elect w/oven and dishwasher. Renovated bathroom with separate shower bath and double vanity. Gorgeous cornices and polished timber floors.

38 Yahl Main Road

$410,000

ESCAPE TO SUPERB COUNTRY LIVING Large executive home in the township of Yahl. Situated on approx. 3,582m2. This 8 year old home is comprised of 4 bedrooms, the main is spacious with a walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2, 3, and 4 are all a good size and have built in robes. Spacious living areas, really do make this home unique, all areas are big on space including the formal lounge and tv/games room. With neutral décor throughout, the kitchen has stainless steel, gas appliances and a walk in pantry. Ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling ensures year round comfort through the entire home. An Ozzie Kleen Bio Septic system is installed. A detached colorbond shed, has 2 remote roller doors and would easily store up to 4 vehicles. Currently tenanted at $370 per week til 20.1.2017, this property is truly a rare find.

RENTALS OF THE WEEK 12 Casuarina Court

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 the main roof. Vehicle access to large rear yard with enough room for a large shed stcc. House proud area in a quiet cul-de-sac.

12 Jardine Street

CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, fits 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.

RENTALS

4 Degaris Street

4A Anderson St

Avail 14.11.16 @ $50 p/wk

10 Wilson St

Avail 7.11.16 @ $250 p/wk

1/3 Shepherd St

Avail now @ $120 p/wk

4 Degaris St

Avail now @ $275 p/wk

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8 Cherokee Crt

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3/102 Wehl St Nth

Avail now @ $170 p/wk

27 Dolomite Dr

Avail 7.11.16 @ $360 p/wk

1/119 Wehl St Nth

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mountgambier@ljh.com.au ljhooker.com.au NEW

NEW

OPEN SUNDAY 2.00 - 3.00pm

Unit 5/7 Arbor Street

75 Bay Road

“DRESS CIRCLE LOCATION” • Well presented two bedroom home unit • Completely renovated within the last few years • Stunning Bathroom, Kitchen & Laundry area Totally repainted and with contrasng carpet and white cupboards throughout • Reverse cycle heang and cooling Breakfast bar cupboard to Living area PRICED AT $122,000

CLASSIC BAY ROAD BUNGALOW • Solid stone construcon with led roof • 3 Bedrooms plus an Office or 4th Bedroom • Polished Tasmanian Oak mber floors throughout • New Kitchen & new appliances with Breakfast bar • Formal Dining with open fire place • Formal Lounge with new Gas log fire • Master Bedroom with BI Robes PRICED AT $450,000

74 Bertha Street • • • • • •

Bathroom upgrade with Bath & separate Shower High ceilings Central Bay Road locaon – stroll to the Blue Lake the Railway Lands and the City Centre Spacious kids friendly flat allotment of 1300sqm approx. Don’t miss this one – it’s ready to move into!!

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 • Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return PRICED AT $175,000

2.587ha

6.39 acres

5/22 Buronga Avenue

7 Newton Crescent

WELL PRICED - 3 BEDROOM UNIT • Set up on the rise with views to the North • Very private & secure with low maintenance yard • All three Bedrooms with BI Robes • Spacious open plan Kitchen/Dining & Lounge • Well presented & cosy the home feels warm & welcoming • Separate detached lock up Garage • A great opportunity and well worth a look !! PRICED AT $190,000

GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY – COMPLETELY RENOVATED • 3 Bedroom Duplex • Formal Lounge with Gas heater • Polished mber floors throughout • Renovated country style eat in Kitchen • Upgraded Bathroom with bath & separate Shower

77 BERKEFELD ROAD, OB FLAT

PRICED AT $109,000

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

8/101 Jubilee Highway East

1 Oakridge Crescent

G & D CYCLES

SPACIOUS CENTRAL HOME UNIT • Solid two Bedroom unit • Within walking distance to City Centre • Formal Lounge adjoining an open plan Kitchen/Dining • Laundry plus Storeroom • Long central passageway leading to Bedrooms and Bathroom • Carport UMR • Separate free-standing unit PRICED AT $139,500

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

Estate of E.J. Haines • Renovated and modernized with new roof, window awnings & front porch • Well-presented low maintenance property • Currently tenanted by long term Tenant

• 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 3 Bedroom stone residence with Family Room with cosy wood heater • Dark room (alternate 4th Bedroom) • 2 WC’s with one accessed off the back porch • Large Country style Kitchen Dining with Gas heang & Electric cooking • Walk-in Pantry PRICED AT $345,000 REDUCED TO $338,000

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

RENTALS 5/1 CARAPOOK STREET 2 Bdrm unit, Sep Kitchen, Carport, Centrally located. NO pets.

$120 P/WK

4/20 WILSON STREET $135 P/WK 2 Bedroom unit in a central locaon. Bathroom. Reverse cycle aircondioning. Walk to shops. NO pets. 24 QUEENS AVE $135 P/WK 3 Bdrm home, Gas heater, Gas cooking, Sep Toilet, Pets Negoable. 1/1 CARAPOOK STREET $140 P/WK Affordable centrally located 2 Bedroom unit plus study with 1 Bathroom and 2 Toilets. Undercover Garage. NO pets.

15 Crouch Street South • Stone former Consulng Rooms of 150sqm • 5 Main rooms plus Laundry, Bathroom & facilies • Located on an allotment of 1036sqm • Enclosed & secure rear yard carpark • Rainwater tanks • Zoned Commercial EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

20 Heaver Drive 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

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

UNIT 10/1 CARAPOOK STREET $210 P/WK Cosy 2 Bdrm modern unit. BI Robes in both Bdrms. Gas heang, modern Kitchen, private courtyard. Single Garage with remote & internal access. Centrally located. NO pets. 3 MARARA STREET $210 P/WK 3 Bdrm house, R/C Air Con, S/C Heater, Single Garage, Walking distance to local shops. NO pets. 2/5 SHEPHERDSON ROAD $215 P/WK 2 Bdrm spacious unit, both Bdrms with BIR’s. Gas heang & R/C Air Condioning, Pantry, Bathroom with Bath, Sep Toilet, Lock up Garage. NO pets

REDUCED TO $229,500

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 real estate Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport

08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 25 Cobblestone Crt, Mt Gambier

$349,000

49 Anthony St, Mt Gambier

15 Talbot Road, Moorak AUCTION Saturday 3rd December 2016 2pm on site Unless Sold prior

$185,000-$190,000

OPEN INSPECTION

OPEN INSPECTION

SUNDAY 6th 11.30am - 11.45am

SUNDAY 6th 10.30am - 10.45am

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

23 Elder St, Mt Gambier

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$165,000-$170,000

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2 Kooringa St, Mt Gambier Aucon Sunday 13th November 12pm onsite unless sold prior • Beauful well established property is set on approximately 64 acres. Located in a sort aer locaon of Moorak with views of the mountain and surrounding rural landscapes. • Brick veneer home with 4 generous sized bedrooms, main with walk in and Ensuite • Spacious kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, stainless steel appliances, electric stove, dishwasher and walk in pantry • Well established pastures of ryegrass, clover, cocksfoot with an ongoing renovaon program of lucerne and phalaris. • Great ferliser history producing large volumes of feed for the beef enterprise. Currently running registered Limousin herd

with a carrying capacity of 25-30 breeding cows plus calves and several sale bulls • 4 x 35sqm and 2x 70sqm sheds all with concrete floors, power, lights and lockable roller doors. • All sheds are fully tenanted with many enquiries about shed vacancies • Fully equipped dance studio with kitchenee and toilet facilies. Tenanted by a local dance club with long standing lease agreement. • Both sheds and dance studio provide a reliable source of income approx. $28,000 per annum

OPEN INSPECTION SUNDAY 6th NOVEMBER 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OPEN INSPECTION SUNDAY 6th 1.00pm - 1.15pm Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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39 Brolga St, Mt Gambier

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 1/2A Lake Tce, Mt Gambier

$325,000-$335,000

6 Friendswood Pl, Mt Gambier

OPEN INSPECTION 2

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$245,000-$255,000

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1 Ambrose Crt, Worrolong

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OPEN INSPECTION

OPEN INSPECTION

SUNDAY 6th 12.00pm - 12.15pm

SUNDAY 6th 12.30pm - 12.45pm

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Kirby 0457 004 364

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Emily 0423 440 806

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OPEN INSPECTION

• 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. • includes a large walk in robe & sumptuous en-suite. • This home has it all, call for an appointment to view this exceponal property.


PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

287 DYCER RD MINGBOOL 4 BED I 1 BATH I 4 CAR COUNTRY LIFESTYLE

9 JOHN WATSON DR, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR $320,000

BLUE LAKE AT YOUR DOOR

$469,000

15 DOHLE RD, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 9 CAR ROOM FOR EVERYONE

$569,000

4 ROTARY AVE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION

$470,000

Only minutes from Mt Gambier’s city limits, 4 bedroom home on 1.46 hectares. Home featuring modern kitchen, open plan living polished timber floor boards upgraded bathroom, large laundry/utility room, split system air-conditioning, teenagers retreat or rumpus room, 2 double garages covered decking plus out buildings.

Arguably the best piece of land in the Mount Gambier city, the new owner only needs to put their finishing touches to this home and create something special and enjoyable for years to come. Features of the home include 3 or 4 bedrooms 2 living areas stunning views over the city measuring aprox 1500 sq/m rear yard access.

Fantastic 2 Acres so close to the city and sports park, room to move and sheds to meet all dad’s needs. Features include 2 large living areas, 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, gas central, split system air-conditioning, huge covered patio with pizza oven, plus implement shed high clearance aprox 22m x 8m

A modern home in such a prestigious area is rare to find. , makes this home ideal for the professional couple, retiree or growing family. Features include 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 3 living areas, stunning kitchen ducted gas heating plus cooling, double garage plus beautiful finishes and fittings throughout.

13 BELLAIRE CRT, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

10 LONGMIRE TCE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

1 BYRNE ST, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

15 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS

$399,000

Looking for the easy lifestye. This unique home is ideal for the semi-professional looking to entertain and enjoy. Features include, Torrens title, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms , open kitchen meals area, formal lounge , central gas heating cellar double garage, court yard and quality finishes throughout

19 JAMES ST, MOUNT GAMBIER BE YOUR OWN BOSS DIRECT BLINDS AND AWNINGS

WHY BUILD – IT’S HERE

$369,000

The great part about this home is the great access to the rear, giving the property the advantage of shedding things such as boats and caravans. Inspection is a must. Features include open plan living, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ducted gas heating plus split system airconditioning covered patio and double garage

Perfect opportunity to be your own boss in this long established successful small business. Ideal for the husband and wife team to secure themselves long term employment. Authorised dealer for Luxaflex, Ziptrak, Verosol and Vertilux . No previous experience needed, just an ability to learn and be active.

STUNNING SEASIDE RESIDENCE

$229,500

Beautifully presented home, including 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, lounge with slow combustion heating, sunny kitchen meals area, and pantry with upgraded appliance’s and gas heating. Large covered patio area. Easy care garden double lock up garage workshop plus room for caravan.

ULTIMATE SEA CHANGE

$449,000

Port MacDonnell – the Crayfish capital of Australia. Stunning ocean views is the feature of this property. The home consists of 4 bedrooms – 3 with BIR, 2 bathrooms, open kitchen/living/ family area, marble finishes with timber flooring. Split system A/C, upstairs living area & balcony. High clearance garage measuring 9m x 6m with 3m clearance.

IDEAL FOR THE RETIREE

$329,000

Lovely 3 bedroom character home, ideal for retiree or professional couple. Located in the popular lakes area, 3 good size bedrooms 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen meals family room plus formal lounge. Split system air-conditioning plus solid timber floors, covered patio and garage.

$390,000

See views and beach only metres away. Solid 3 bedroom home ideal as holiday, 2 bathrooms and 3rd toilets, 2 living areas, formal dining, solid timber kitchen open meals family area large covered patio,9x6metre double garage, and workshop, slow combustion heating plus split system air conditioning.

2/2B LAKE TCE WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 1 CAR

77A SEA PDE, PORT McDONNELL 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR $98,000

MY FIRST HOME

36 MARGARET ST MOUNT GAMBIER INVESTMENT OR DEVELOPMENT

$560,000

Historical Mount Gambier Wool Stores for sale in the popular ever growing rail land precinct. Ideal investment property with annual income approximate $60,000 with around 25 tenancies mostly short term leases as storage sheds plus 2 larger tenants. Also the dream development site, perfect as warehouse renovation to be used as a variety of uses. Land size of 1978 sq/m building 1,295 sq/m with high clearances. Opportunity to buy a piece of Mount Gambier’s history

158 TELFORD RD, MOORAK

4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO

$725,000

Best of country living, in the popular Moorak area set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from Mount Gambier and even closer to schools. Built to a standard including huge solid timber Kitchen, open meals family area. Formal lounge & dining. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. 4 bedroom plus office. Beautiful appointed wet areas. Great views and easy car gardens, plus lots more.

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NO NEED TO BE ALONE THIS CHRISTMAS In its eighth year, the Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch returns the City Hall this year and organisers are encouraging as many people as possible to register to attend the popular event. Leigh Marcus, who initiated the concept in 2009, and Heidi Bates, who joined the team in 2014, are heading up the 2016 festivities, with a delicious traditional lunch, gifts and entertainment all on the agenda. “But mostly it’s about having people to spend the day with,” Leigh said. “The meal is secondary, it’s all about the companionship and fellowship.” Inundated with volunteers for the day, organisers, who are putting the finishing touches to this year’s

celebrations, are now extending the invitation to anyone in the community to be part of the day, enjoying the meal cooked by chef Luke Forster and an eager band of volunteers. Cash donations would also still be appreciated for those who want to ensure the 2016 Christmas Day event is another success. In 2009, 75 community members attended the inaugural lunch and it has grown from there, with up to 200 sometimes attending the event, including more than 120 last year, when the event was held at St Paul’s Hall. “For us it is the more the merrier,” Leigh said. Heidi became involved as a volunteer in 2014 when her children

were spending the day with their father. “I didn’t want to stay home feeling sorry for myself and someone gave me Leigh’s number,” she said. In 2015, Leigh took a step back, but knowing how much it meant to the people that attended Heidi was not prepared to let the tradition lapse and teamed with a couple of mates – Tash Attiwill and Bec Famularo – to ensure the community lunch continued. “I was ready to volunteer again and my kids wanted to help as well,” Heidi said. “So after meeting with Leigh we decided to take charge ourselves.” Heidi is thrilled to have Leigh back at the helm this year and the return to the City Hall is also exciting. “It’s an event for anyone but I guess we are targeting those that are alone Christmas Day, those who are doing it tough, the homeless,” Leigh said. “Some of the individual stories of people who come to this lunch are so amazing that it makes you realise how important it is to run this event.” People travel from around the district, with the event having attracted people from Penola, Naracoorte and Port Fairy in past years. “It is absolutely about having someone to share the day with,” Leigh said. “If we home delivered the meals it would have nowhere near the same impact.” The doors open at 12noon with meals served from 12.30pm. Interested community members are asked to register for catering purposes by calling Leigh Marcus

on 0408 255 204. Anyone interested in making a cash contribution should also call Leigh.

Above - Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch organisers Leigh Marcus & Heidi Bates.

Pet of the week Bear is a 14 month old male red heeler X staffy. He is a young fella who is looking forward to meeting his new family who will continue his training and socialising with other dogs. Bear does have a medium coat which will require brushing, He loves to have a gentle walk or go for a run, whilst also happy to curl up and with people around him, Pop down to SEAWL during open hours or please contact the SEAWL on (08)8723 9133 during opening hours or visitwww.seawl.thelimestonecoast. com.au for more information about the adoption process.

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DIVERSIFICATION THE KEY a self-replacing composite flock. “We will put the rams over the first cross ewes initially and then once the first cross ewes go, we will be joining composites over composites. Once we have a 100 per cent composite flock, we will probably join 1800-2000 ewes to composites, aiming for 1200 replacements for joining as ewe lambs.’’ Lachie said the remainder, including any they don’t want in their replacement breeding flock, will be joined to White Suffolk sires, which they source from his cousin, Peter Angus, who runs the Maroola White Suffolk Stud. The Seears join one-and-a-half-year-old ewes on cereal stubbles from mid January to late February for a mid June to late July lambing, while rising 10-month-old ewe lambs, run on bean stubbles if necessary to improve their condition score, are joined from March to mid April for an August to mid September lambing. The ewes can remain on stubbles until after winter rains commence for a green pick, however, if necessary, they can go onto a forage brassica crop grown under the irrigation, which has helped to provide flexibility and minimise risk in the farming enterprise. The irrigated feed also allows permanent pasture paddocks, comprising predominantly clovers, but also grasses like phalaris, fescue and cocksfoot, to “get away’’ prior to being used for the lambing ewes. Targeting a lambing percentage of around 130pc, all ewes are scanned by Matthew Ipsen, of Ewe Wish scanning services, and separated into single and

Diversified South East farming enterprise, Boonderoo Pastoral Company, is set to introduce composite genetics into its crossbred ewe flock in an effort to further improve returns from its sheep business. Lachie and Rebecca Seears, together with Lachie’s parents, Peter and Helen, farm 3440 hectares, including leased land, 30 kilometres south-west of Lucindale. About 1230ha is cropped to wheat, barley and broad beans, while 180ha of pivot irrigated land grows oaten hay, vegetable seeds and other specialty crops, including carrot seed bound for export markets. Supporting the grains business is 6000-tonne of on-farm storage with an accredited weighbridge, allowing the Seears to service domestic demand, particularly the local dairy industry, while broad beans are also stored prior to sale to Horsham-based exporters. On the livestock front, the family has been running a 600-head, self-replacing Angus cow herd and about 5500 first cross (Merino/Border Leicester) replacement ewes that have been joined to White Suffolk terminal sires. “We didn’t want to have a Merino flock and a first cross ewe flock – and the second cross lamb is always better than the first cross lamb,’’ Lachie said. He said buying in the first cross ewes, predominantly as ewe lamb replacements, had become a little costly however, so they would now source composite rams from former Grant District Mayor Don Pegler’s Oaklea Stud, Mount Gambier, to form

twin-bearing mobs on suitable feed paddocks. Lachie said a mob can comprise 300-500 and they like to retain sheep in their age groups, including those with twins. Ewes are culled according to “mother-ability’’. Any dry ewe lambs are kept for another chance of conceiving, but all other dry ewes are culled. Generally, the culled percentage is just 3-4pc. “We will look to make gains through ewe nutrition and culling for poor mums. We also want to keep as young a flock as possible,’’ Lachie said. The ewes receive worm control for 100 days of protection either side of lambing and are set stocked on the pasture paddocks.Lambs are weaned just prior to shearing in early October at 14-15 weeks of age and are weighed for drafting into weight ranges, which Lachie said helped them perform much better. “If the weights are right (54-55 kilograms liveweight for 24-28kg carcass weight), we will try and take a first draft of the ‘tops’ at weaning.’’ The remaining lambs go back onto the permanent pastures, which can be green up until Christmas with a favourable spring, and are only supplementary fed if stubbles

Safety Culture Development Workshop for Workplace Safety Professionals Workplace Safety Professionals are uniquely placed to contribute to business performance by applying organisaƟonal behaviour techniques to achieve both safety and business performance improvement Safety Culture Development is pleased to bring our Safety Culture Development Workshop for Worksite Safety Professionals to Mt Gambier. Dates and venue for this 2 day workshop are:

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or an irrigated crop is not available. The family sells more than 5000 lambs to JBS Australia for the export market. With all of the ewes shorn in early October and the lambs sometimes in November-December, Lachie said they adopted the same approach and quality focus with their crossbred wool clip to ensure maximum profitability. He said they had a good line of communication with local Quality Wool marketing representative, Bill Lively, to assist their wool clip decisions. A 2013 Nuffield scholar, Lachie said one of the “take-home messages’’ from that experience was about building good links and relationships throughout the supply chain and this had occurred

with Bill. “We have been working with Bill for a few years. We were happy to give him a go and it has come back to us in spades. We have a really great relationship and I look forward to it continuing,’’ Lachie said. “He is a good local bloke on the ground who talks to me, gives me information or rings me. I don’t want to talk with someone in Sydney – I like face-to-face contact. Bill takes the time, care and effort to help us achieve our business goals. I talk with him throughout the year, sharing information about our production and discussing the market. It makes the job easier. I’m not into someone just ringing up a week before shearing. Bill looks at a number of different marketing options for our clip, but traditionally we go through the auction system. Once it is shorn and tested, we then liaise with Bill and Quality Wool on whether we go to auction before or after Christmas. It is tested into lines with appropriate reserves and it doesn’t all have to go.’’The sheep cut about 5.5kg per head of 28-30 micron wool. Lachie said he expected the wool would get a little broader with the move to composite genetics, but he hoped the “trade-off’’ would be increased lambing percentage and faster weight gain and turnoff.“Hopefully our net from the animal will be better.’’ He said they aimed to produce 160-200 bales of wool and, like with their other farming business, they hoped to increase their clip. “We would like to grow all our farming business. We would love to get to 250 bales and keep growing the business – and we will talk with Bill about it.’’ To help further build relationships, and to promote agriculture and reduce the rural/city divide, Lachie also has his own Facebook page, Boonderoo Pastoral Company, which has provided the added benefit of becoming their main avenue for employment. Above - Lachie Seears and “best mate’’ Rosie recently caught up with Quality Wool’s local marketing representative, Bill Lively, on the family’s property south-west of Lucindale.

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BEST BAKERY IN AUSTRALIA RIGHT ON OUR DOORSTEP Four months into her life as a cafe owner, Toni Vorenas made a decision – she wanted to be able to control the quality of everything they sold and that meant moving away from the original plan of sourcing their baked goods and bread from other suppliers and making everything themselves on premises. Toni’s decision for house made products was fast tracked by a pastry chef literally landing on their doorstep just as she looked to put the new plan in motion and Metro Bakery & Cafe has never looked back. The visible popularity of the Mount Gambier eatery not withstanding, in July this year, Toni’s decision was vindicated when Metro took out the SA Restaurant & Catering Award for Excellence as the Best Bakery/Patisserie and the Best Breakfast Restaurant. An even more resounding vote of confidence came the way of the Metro and its pastry chef team last week at the national awards in Sydney when they were named Australia’s Best Bakery/Patisserie – one of only three establishments deemed worthy of being named a finalist and the only Bakery/Patisserie to receive a medal in their category – a gold, of course. “We were surprised enough to win the State awards so we certainly had no expectations going to the national awards – we went to Sydney for the experience,” Toni said. “For us, it was a great opportunity to see what other places are doing.” But in the end it turned out to be

“It is just reward for all the hard work he (Norerriz) puts in,” Toni said. “All our staff are committed to the reputation of Metro.” Happy to bask in the glow of this recent success, Toni and her staff are enjoying the recognition but also focussed on the next chapter of the fast paced Metro story, with works on the cafe expansion well underway. Left - Metro head pastry chef Norerriz Labrador with Mherical Gomez and some of the bakehouse’s award winning products. (Absent - Jarrad Heubler; Jess Beattie; Chris Rule & Declan Robinson)

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another huge pat on the back for Metro and its pastry chefs. “These awards have come at a good time for the bakehouse and really given them a shot of confidence,” Toni said. “I lost count of how many people asked me where is Mount Gambier. Things like this certainly put this region on the map, which is great.” Sails at Robe was the South Australian representative at the national

awards in the Seafood Restaurant category but lost out to 2 Fish Restaurant at Port Douglas, while The Barn, which won Best Wine List at the South Australian Awards, did not have a comparable category to contest at the national event. Prior to the State and, now, National award, head pastry chef Norerriz Labrador already had some big plans for expanding the bakehouse menu –

adding plated desserts and handmade chocolates, he is also a qualified chocolatier – and that is now being fast tracked on the back of the award success. Norerriz basically took on the role at Metro just before the judging for the State awards was going on and taking the national honour was a proud moment for the passionate pastry chef, whose father was also a pastry chef.

Italian comedy hit God Willing was the October offering for the Reels Film Society and the Italian smash comedy hit of 2015 proved one of the most popular screenings at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. The October screening doubled as the society’s AGM with three new faces being added to the committee. It was also a chance to acknowledge the tireless efforts of outgoing committee members Charlie Miller and secretary Dot Sheridan. The October meeting and screening also had two VIP guest - Federation of Victorian Film Societies president John Arkins, and his wife Gail, who is the federation’s publicity officer. “We welcome enquiries from new members at any time and we have a great 2017 program lined up and membership won’t cost you a fistful of dollars,” said continuing president Rick Paltridge. More information including programs and membership can be found on the Reels official website http://reelsatwehl-filmsociety. blogspot.com Next month’s cinematic treat is The Good, The Bad, The Weird, from South Korea. A sort of spaghetti western or “noodle” western that has some resemblance to those old famous Sergio Leone epic classics starring Clint Eastwood and Lee van Cleef. Below - Reels Film Society president Rick Paltridge with Victorian Film Societies president John Arkins

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REGION WINS CYCLING HONOUR Coast. MAC corporate communications manager Megan Cree said the Barossa, Salisbury and Limestone Coast councils actively support safe cycling and have introduced significant initiatives to increase and improve safe cycling in their regions. “All of these councils have demonstrated a continued commitment to improving cycling safety, and it’s fantastic to see them recognised before their peers,” Ms Cree said. Each winner received $2000. LGA President Mayor Dave Burgess congratulated the winners, and said their entries reflect the different ways in which South Australia’s councils support and encourage cycling in their communities. “Councils have always provided physical infrastructure for cyclists, but in recent years they’ve expanded their focus to also include planning, events, education programs, and other activities,” Mayor Burgess said. “It’s great to see councils coming up with new and innovative cycling initiatives, that are making their communities safer and more enjoyable places to ride.”

The Limestone Coast Local Government Association was one of three inaugural recipients of the Safe Cycling Awards, presented by the Motor Accident Commission (MAC) at last week’s Local Government Association’s (LGA) Annual Conference. The Barossa Council and the City of Salisbury were the other State winners. The Limestone Coast LGA runs a safe cycling program for school children across three council districts that leverages the success and popularity of the annual Tour of the Great South

Left - Limestone Coast LGA President Erika Vickery accepts the Safe Cycling SA Award.

NAVAL HISTORY IN THE SPOTLIGHT More than one hundred years ago – on 14 September 1914 - Australia’s first submarine AE1 disappeared while patrolling the seas near present day New Guinea. No trace of the vessel or its 35 hands has ever been found to this day. This story is now being told in War at Sea – the Navy in WWI an eight panel exhibition at Portland Library on tour from the Australian National Maritime Museum. The experiences of Australian sailors in World War One has largely been overshadowed by the stories of soldiers on the Western Front or at Gallipoli. This panel exhibition draws on the personal accounts of Navy servicemen – through their diaries, mementoes, ship’s logs and letters home – to tell their incredible stories of bravery and sacrifice amidst the drudgery of life at sea, patrolling, blockading and escorting troopships. Glenelg Shire Council cultural collection officer Trevor Smith said the mystery of what happened to AE1 is explored in the exhibition alongside the story of Australia’s second submarine AE2, which became the first Allied vessel

to breach the Dardanelles in Turkey. This vessel disrupted the Turkish forces moving to defend the Gallipoli peninsular in April 1915. Australian National Maritime Museum director and CEO Kevin Sumption said the free exhibition would remain at the Portland Library until November 19. “Australia’s involvement in the First World War was a defining moment in our nation’s history and the contribution of the Royal Australian Navy to the First World War, was significant,” he said. “It is our hope that this panel exhibition, on tour around Australia, will give due recognition to the brave naval servicemen who sacrificed so much.”The exhibition is made possible with the support of the Returned and Services League of Queensland.Three former Navy personnel will share their stories of life on the sea as part of Glenelg Talks to support the exhibition on Thursday, November 17, at 11am. Portland-based seamen Jack Hanson, Ross Martin and Rob Milton will share their experiences at the free Q and A session which will provide a detailed

snapshot of defence life. To learn more, or to secure a place, contact the Portland Library on (03)5522 2265. Above (top) – AE2 Australia Submarine arrives at Portsmouth to prepare for its voyage to Australia. Above (bottom) – Hundreds farewell the navy personnel before their journey to Barambah.

HIT SHOW RETURNS Undoubtedly one of the hit shows to head to this region in 2015 was Great Songs of The War years. Such was the reaction that Promac Productions will again tour more great songs from the war years concentrating on WW1, WW2 and the Vietnam war. With letters

home, great dialogue and narration as well as more than 20 hits that arose from those wars, Over There will again be a fantastic production to coincide with Armistice Day this year with the show heading to Portland and casterton during its run. Starring popular

Australian tenor Roy Best, international soprano Alison Jones, music theatre star Jaz Flowers direct from starring in the Brisbane season of We Will Rock You, Opera Australia mezzo Caroline Vercoe with narration by Chris McKenna, the 2016 production is under the musical directorship of international concert pianist Len Vorster. This production again will stir the emotions, at the same time as containing many great songs from the likes of the Andrew Sisters, Dame Vera Lynn with a special tribute to the Vietnam War including music from Bob Dylan,and Normie Rowe.

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LOCAL DANCERS SHINE AT ANNUAL SHOW COMPETITION The South Eastern National Dancing Association’s annual Mount Gambier Show Competition was held on October

22 with Elizabeth McLauchlan, from Melbourne, was the adjudicator for the popular and prestigious annual event.

SHOW RESULTS Primary 4 & 5 Years Pas de Basques: 1. Agnes Sim 2. Elsie Merchant 3. Arrabella Ikin Pas de Basques & High Cuts: 1. Agnus Sim 2. Arabella Ikin 3.Elsie Merchant Primary 6 Years Pas de Basques: 1. Matilda Wilson 2. Angus Hill Pas de Basques & High Cuts: 1. Angus Hill 2. Matilda Wilson Primary 4-6 Years Highland Fling: 1. Matilda Wilson Sword Dance: 1. Matilda Wilson Beginners 6-9 Years Highland Fling,: 1. Evie Edwards 2. Taya Brumby Sword Dance: 1. Evie Edwards Seann Truibhas: 1. Evie Edwards 2. Imogen McLeod 3. Taya Brumby Scottish Lilt: 1. Evie Edwards Flora: 1. Evie Edwards Aggregate: 1. Evie Edwards; 2. Taya Brumby Beginners 10 Years & Over Highland Fling: 1. Baie Perryman 2. Zena-Lily Jackson 3. Olivia Straker Sword Dance: 1. Baie Perryman 2. Zena-Lily Jackson 3. Charlotte Scott Seann Truibhas: 1. Baie Perryman 2. Zena-Lily Jackson 3. Lilly Spooner Scottish Lilt: 1. Baie Perryman 2. Lilly Spooner 3. Charlotte Scott Flora: 1. Baie Perryman 2. Lilly Spooner Aggregate: 1. Baie Perryman; 2. ZenaLilly Jackson; 3. Lilly Spooner Novice Any Age Highland Fling: 1. Ellie Mullan 2. Keelie Neilson 3. Joshua Kain

Sword Dance: 1. Georgia Seidal 2. Joshua Kain 3. Kyra Hamilton Seann Truibhas: 1. Ellie Mullan 2. Georgia Siedel 3. Joshua Kain Scottish Lilt: 1. Georgia Seidel 2. Joshua Kain 3. Kyra Hamilton Flora: 1. Ellie Mullan 2. Georgia Siedel 3. Joshua Kain Aggregate: 1. Georgia Siedel; 2. Ellie Mullan; 3. Joshua Kain Intermediate Any Age Highland Fling: 1. Isabelle Bidese Sword Dance: 1. Keeley McGregor Seann Truibhas: 1. Isabelle Bidese Scottish Lilt: 1. Keeley McGregor Flora: 1. Isabelle Bidese Aggregate: 1. Isabelle Bidese

Premier 9-12 Years Highland Fling: 1. Lucy Edwards 2. Abbey Freebairn Seann Truibhas: 1. Lucy Edwards 2. Abbey Freebairn Barracks Johnnie: 1. Lucy Edwards 2. Abbey Freebairn Earl of Errol: 1. Abbey Freebairn 2. Lucy Edwards Sailor’s Hornpipe: 1. Lucy Edwards 2. Abbey Freebairn Aggregate: 1. Lucy Edwards; 2. Abbey Freebairn Premier 13-14 Years Highland Fling: 1. Ebony McDonald 2. Tulle Perryman 3. Teagan Blok Highland Laddie: 1. Ebony McDonald 2. Tulle Perryman 3. Teagan Blok Barracks Johnnie: 1. Ebony McDonald 2. Tulle Perryman 3. Teagan Blok Earl of Errol: 1. Ebony McDonald 2. Teagan Blok 3. Tulle Perryman Sailors Hornpipe: 1. Tulle Perryman 2. Ebony McDonald 3. Teagan Blok Aggregate: 1. Ebony McDonald; 2. Tulle Perryman; 3. Teagan Blok Premier 16 Years & Over Highland Fling: 1. Chloe Miller Highland Laddie: 1. Chloe Miller Barracks Johnnie: 1. Chloe Miller Earl of Errol: 1. Chloe Miller Sailors Hornpipe: 1. Chloe Miller Aggregate: 1. Chloe Miller Above - Back L to R: Adjudicator Elizabeth McLauchlan, Teagan Blok, Tulle Perryman, Ebony McDonald, Chloe Miller. Middle L to R: Abbey Freebairn, Georgia Siedel, Joshua Kain, Zena-Lily Jackson, Baie Perryman. Front L to R: Lucy Edwards, Isabelle Bidese, Taya Brumby, Evie Edwards, Ellie Mullan, Lilly Spooner.

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FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BUSINESS ICON You don’t get inducted into the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame or, for that matter, last 60 years in business if you are not working hard – so it’s no surprise that the foundation of the Gordon Refrigeration success story is just that. The early years centre around a hard working couple who wanted to build a successful business and in turn a secure future for their family. It’s a story of a legacy that transcended traditional family ties and is going as strong as ever six decades on. Oliver and Joesphine Gordon was the couple with the dream and Luke Reichelt has taken the baton and ran with it, ensuring the Gordon family legacy remains alive going forward. Oliver left school in 1946 and began work at the Powerhouse and Garage at the age of 13 before gaining an apprenticeship with Polson Refrigeration from 1951 to 1956. With a trade under his belt, Oliver married Josephine and in the November of that same year, Gordon Refrigeration’s story began. Originally operating their Umpherston Street family home, then moving to Hedley Street, Oliver and Joesphine started to build their business. Eldest son Robert Gordon remembers a childhood where

mum and dad were always around but always very busy. There were sign written Gordon Refrigeration utes moving in and out of the driveway all day and customers coming to the back door looking for his father. “We even had to answer the home phone ‘Gordon Refrigeration’,” Robert said. “I always remember dad teaching me the first question to ask if someone had a problem with their home refrigerator, was if it was turned on. They would sometimes get upset and say of course it was but dad always made us ask them to check and you know 85 percent of the time it wasn’t. They would come back to the phone and say it had been knocked out while cleaning or turned off accidentally. They always apologised because they knew dad was only trying to save them money.” The business operated out of the family home at Hedley street for more than 20 years. “It was a conscious decision because mum wanted to make sure she was home when we all got home from school”, Robert said. “She did the book keeping and accounting and was an important part of the business as well, but she wanted to be there for her five children and running the business from home allowed her to do that”.

AWARD WINNING SHOW HITS THEATRE Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre is set to host an award winning offering from Bangarra Dance Theatre, Terrain, on November 15. Terrain transports us to Lake Eyre, Australia’s inland sea and one of the few untouched, natural waterways in the world. Through exceptional contemporary dance, Bangarra Dance Theatre explores the relationship Indigenous people have to country and how landscape becomes a second skin. Award-winning Aboriginal artists - choreographer Frances Rings, composer David Page and set designer Jacob Nash – create a powerful and evocative production inspired by the timeless beauty of Lake Eyre. After its world premiere season in 2012, Terrain went on to win two Helpmann Awards for Best Ballet/Dance Work and Best Female Dancer in a Dance or Physical Theatre Work for dancer Deborah Brown. Witness the power of its 17-member dance ensemble in a spectacular and meaningful performance that will stay with you for days. lifestyle1.net | 31


FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BUSINESS ICON Luke Reichelt & Oliver Gordon

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It was only when all five children had finished high school that the move to the current premises in Margaret Street eventuated. Prior to that, Robert has fond memories of the large shed at the back of the home that served as

his father’s office and workshop. “Dad’s motto from early on was we service all we sell – and people knew that they could rely on him whatever time of the day or night something went wrong,” Robert said. His father had been big on

customer service – he wanted people to know that if you bought something from him, he would service it for the life of the equipment and that is still the strong focus of the current owner, Luke to this day.

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The Footy Show is heading to the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre on November 12 as part of its psot season regional tour. Sam Newman, Billy Brownless, Damian Barrett, Brian Lake and Brendan Fevola are all part of the holarious show that promises all the footy chat and carzy behaviour of the top rating Channel Nine show. The show starts at 7pm at tickets can be purchased at the box office or online.


FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BUSINESS ICON Josh Burdon & Luke Reichelt

Oliver may not have had sons that were keen on taking on the family business but he was determined to ensure the company’s longevity and this came via the second owner

of Darren Walters and then it was bestowed upon current owner Luke Reichelt to ensure that these values and the name continued for many years to come. It was after 39 years in

business that Oliver decided to sell the family business to Darren and in 2004 Luke bought the business after being Darren’s first apprentice under his ownership.

BANK AGENCY CLOSES ITS DOORS Casterton and Heywood offices following a decision by the bank to close its agency outlet. The Bank of Melbourne has stopped operating as an electronic agency from both customer service sites as of Monday. The bank has advised its customers that it offers “access to 24 hour banking through services provided by the local branches and ATMs”. Glenelg Shire Council CEO Greg Burgoyne said the Bank of Melbourne wrote to council stating the decision to withdraw its agency service had been made after a comprehensive review of local banking facilities and community needs. “The roll-out of the NBN in both the Casterton and Heywood communities is making it easier and safer than ever for our residents to access these banking services on-line,” Mr Burgoyne said, “Council will still act as VicRoads agencies from both locations in addition to its library services whilst providing general customer service enquiries. Bank of Melbourne branches are still available locally in both Portland and Hamilton. lifestyle1.net | 33


FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BUSINESS ICON

It was a steep learning curve for Luke at the age of 25 and just as Oliver and Josephine had found out nearly 50 years before him, he was working long hours to build on the successful business. For the first four years he juggled being on the road, being a mechanic still, as well as wading through the paperwork, but has

stepped back to a more managerial role now as the business thrived under his guidance and hard work. Since Luke has taken over the business he has seen good times and bad economically within the region but he has a strong belief about the region and is quietly confident that if we all get on with our own businesses, the region will

continue to build up and be the once strong economy that it has been in the past. Luke has such belief that in 2014 he opened an office and workshop in Naracoorte and currently serves areas in the upper south east and towards the coastal areas of Kingston and Robe from this branch.

NARACOORTE EARNS SAFETY AWARD Locally owned and operated since 1960

Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange has been awarded the Best Practices in Work Health Safety Award at the Local Government Association Conference dinner in Adelaide late last month. Naracoorte Lucindale Council CEO Helen Macdonald accepted the award. The award recognises council’s commitment to improving safety at the Council owned and operated Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange. In 2011, a major upgrade of the NRLE facility was initiated, with a strong focus on safety, animal welfare and environmental sustainability and this award is jsut reward for that commitment. Innovative solutions were implemented that greatly improved user safety. Infrastructure improvements that have led to improved safety include the construction of a new roof, new weighbridge and lead up yards for weighing cattle, new loading ramps for cattle, modifications to existing unloading ramps and upgrading ablution facilities. lifestyle1.net | 34


FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BUSINESS ICON “The business has been well accepted on the back of our strong Brand and history in Mount Gambier and people are very happy that we are able to accommodate their needs and work out economic solutions when it comes to their Refrigeration and AirConditioning requirements,” Luke said. Gordon Refrigeration has recently been named the Mitsubishi Electric South Australian Regional Dealer of the Year for 2015/2016. This award is based on sales of the air-conditioning product supplied by the manufacturer and it has been a long time in the making for Gordon Refrigeration. “I have a mate who owns a company in the Riverland/ Norther Territory whom has beaten me for the last 10 years and I have always finished a very close second to him – but I managed to get over the line this year,” said Luke very happily. Gordon Refrigeration supports local community sports and to name a few is a sponsor of Gambier Centrals Soccer Club, West Gambier Cricket Club, West Gambier Football Club and also the up and coming international talent of Josh Burdon and FMX Freestyle Motocross. “Josh is a massive talent whom is very humble and goes about his business the same way – it is a pleasure to be

his major sponsor,” Luke said. Luke employs eight staff at his Mount Gambier business and four staff at the Naracoorte operation. “I have been fortunate enough to surround myself with good people – just not one person can run a business like this day to day on their own, I am very appreciative of all my staff in both branches,” Luke stated.

Above - Gordon Refrigeration owner and manager Luke Reichelt (centre) accepts the Mitsubishi Electric South Australian Regional Dealer of the Year Award from Mitsubishi Australia general manager Zane Baron and South Australian sales manager Mark Lo Basso.

LOOKING AFTER BEACHPORT’S HISTORY Wattle Range Council has commissioned a Heritage Survey of the town of Beachport and the surrounding district. Council is committed to identifying and documenting places of heritage value in the area, and completed a Heritage Survey of the town of Penola in 2009. The purpose of the survey is to identify, assess and document places of heritage significance within the area. As part of the project, we will be seeking input about places that the local community feel are of heritage value. A community workshop is also proposed during the project, where we invite members of the community to attend and tell us about the special stories of the district and places of importance.  Dates will be confirmed for the workshop in due course.  Should you have any questions regarding the project, please do not hesitate to contact Council’s Planning Officer, Peter Whiting on (08) 8733 0900 or council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au 

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MOUNT GAMBIER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OUTSTANDING BUSINESS AWARDS From the Hall of Fame inductees to the night’s major gong, the 2016 NAB Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Awards again honoured those going above and beyond in the Blue Lake City’s commercial landscape. Established 11 years ago, the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce honours longstanding businesses and in 2016 South East Laundry, Trident Tyre Centre and UFS were the three inductees. One of the other major gongs of the night is Employee of the Year and that went the way of Heather Bruins, from Chemist King Mount Gambier. Heather was honoured for what amounted to more than four decades of work in the industry – an employee respected by her colleagues and loved by clients. Of course, it is the last gong of the night – Outstanding Retail Business Award – that captures all attention and this year it was a relative newcomer on the local retail scene, Gambier Village Pharmacy. An independent, family owned business, Gambier Village Pharmacy has been serving Mount Gambier and the South East district for over five years. It is very much a family affair, with the fatherson combination owning the medical

Above (left) - Hall of Fame inductees South East Lunadry, represented by the Hirth family, and presented by Hall of Fame sponsor The Border Watch general manager Dennis Jackson. Above (centre) - The 2016 Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce board. Absent - Ben Hood (performing). Above - Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce president Lynette Martin presents long serving MC Jason Scheidl with a one-off special award for Community Service.

clinic and pharmacy. From a new born with colic, to a pensioner who requires their medication to be managed or delivered right to their door, Gambier Village Pharmacy provides not only health care, but personal care of the highest quality. In the past 12 months the business has expanded and grown

significantly with staff numbers tripling, with targeted recruitment to ensure they have experienced professionals covering every aspect of the business. Gambier Village Pharmacy staff visit nursing homes and retirement villages, offering information sessions about Webster packs, medication reviews,

blood pressure and blood glucose testing, as well as anaemia screening. In the business of health care, they are motivated to make people feel not only well, but better about themselves. Complimentary cosmetic makeovers and hand massages have been a simple way to extend thanks

to their customers as well as a home delivery service and other assistance for housebound clients. The Barry Maney Group and Faith Jewellers were the other finalists in this category.

MOUNT GAMBIER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HALL OF FAME 2016 INDUCTEES UFS CHEMIST SOUTH EAST LAUNDRY TRIDENT TYRE CENTRE Read all about these three Mount Gambeir business success stories in the summer edition of Southern Life, as well as all the glitz & glamour from the gala presentation of the 2016 NAB Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Awards. lifestyle1.net | 36


AGRIBUSINESS AWARD WINNER Thank you to our dedicated staff for a job well done! Fennell Forestry is proud to be a 2016 Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce business award winner. Our business provides harvest and haulage services to multinational forest growers operating in the Green Triangle. Celebrating 25 years in business in 2016, we have grown from a relatively small operation to a major local business employing 70 staff. Fennell Forestry generates value through consistent, quality services and safe operations for the benefit of staff, customers and contractors alike. Our commitment to the implementation of new technology allows us to value-add to our own business, while providing the best result for our customers. The success of our business depends on the efforts of our skilled workshop, harvest and transport and administration team members, who work diligently to ensure all forest operations are carried out efficiently and to the highest industry standard. We thank you for your hard work and dedication.

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Above (left) - Employee of the Year Heather Bruins (centre) accepts her award from sponsor Job Prospects representatives Karen Olive (left) & Trudie Moretti. Above (right) - 2016 NAB Outstanding Retail Business Award winners Gambier Village Pharmacy.

The Best New Business, a category only established last year, went the way of pest control company Spiderman SE. Established in October 2014 by Sarah and Michael Cutting and Roger Hassett, their pest management technicians are fully qualified, licensed and insured. Understanding pest behaviour, they

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know which products are safe to use within homes, commercial and food premises and are technically skilled to offer suggestions on how to prevent further pest problems. Their services include general insect and specialty treatments; ceiling and under-floor/

deck dusting; beehive and wasp nest treatments; termite and pre-purchase inspections; pre-construction termite protection and rodent control and baiting programs. Roger is based in Naracoorte covering the Upper South East and Upper South West Victoria and Michael based in Mount Gambier covers the Lower South East and Lower South West Victoria. Despite only being two years into their business journey, Spiderman SE is already a strong supporter of community and sporting groups. The other finalist in this category was Salts of the Earth Mount Gambier. Family businesses were a strong theme at the 2016 awards and Fennell Forestry was part of that when it took out the Outstanding Agribusiness Award. Established by Graham and Val Fennell and Ronnie Nilsson as G&R Logging, on the outskirts of Mount Gambier in 1991, its successful history is built upon the Green Triangle’s thriving forest industry, and it has developed into a major plantation hardwood and softwood harvester and transporter in the region. The Fennell Forestry brand became effective on July 1, 2013, reaffirming its position as a local forestry leader with a new name and a new look. Brother and sister team Barry and Wendy Fennell, who have been part of the team for a number of years, are now at the helm of the business, which boasts more than 70 employees and the business recognises that people are the key to its success and run several initiatives including Fitness February.


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Above (from left) - Outstanding Small Business winner The Book Place, represented by Cindy Patzel (right), accepts her award from sponsor representative Jason Allen (Lifestyle1); Outstanding Service Industry winner Gambeir Vets were represented by Drs Rebel & Stuart Skirving accepting the award from sponsor representative WIN TV general manager Kavin Cook (left); Outstanding New Business winner Spiderman SE representatives Michael and Sara Cutting accepting award from sponsor representative MGA Insurance’s Jonathon Bruhn & Outstanding Agribusiness winner Fennell Forestry, represented by Barry Fennell (right) accepting his award from Grant Mayor Richard Sage, representing the award sponsor District Council of Grant. The use of local suppliers, service providers and sub-contractors multiplies the company’s economic contribution to the local community and they have an ongoing commitment to supporting local people, sponsoring many sporting clubs and charities. The major community event for the year is the annual Fennell Forestry Truck Pull Challenge. This event has raised nearly $40,000 for local children’s charity VarietySA. It was a long standing business that took out the Outstanding Service Award – Gambier Vets. Originally founded as a single vet practice on the outskirts of town about 30 years ago, Gambier Vets has grown to become a busy rural practice with six full time vets and 13 support staff. When Drs Rebel and Stuart Skirving purchased the practice in 2010, they developed the motto Any Animal, Any Problem, Any Time to encompass their vision for providing a comprehensive veterinary service to the Mount Gambier region and Gambier Vets is now one of the largest and longest serving veterinary practices in the South East, providing service for all domestic animals, companion animals and livestock. The clinic also offers a component of exotic and wildlife animal care. Gambier Vets focus over the past 12 months has been their successful application to become the first and only accredited veterinary hospital in the South East. Achieving Hospital Accreditation is no easy feat and has taken a lot of time, dedication, training, renovation, organisation and persistence to attain. The other finalists in this category were The Leukaemia Foundation and the Mount Gambier Laundry & Cafe. The Treehouse Play Cafe took out the Outstanding Tourism/ Hospitality/Accommodation Award – a pat on the back for the new owners,

Stewart Owen and David Walker who have only been at the helm since May last year. The play cafe has been in operation for almost 15 years. The Treehouse Play Café is Mount Gambier’s only fully equipped indoor playground and café featuring all the play equipment that a child could wish for. The cafe caters for children up to 12 years with an on-site party room that

can be booked for a fully catered, hassle free birthday party that the parents will love as much as the children. With a dining room that holds up to 120 people, the Treehouse can also be booked for after hours functions for parties of all ages. Supplying only the best quality Grinders Coffee, for mum, there is free wi fi in store for dad and arcade machines and pinball for the

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teenagers. Stewart and David believe one of the most successful initiatives they have introduced is ‘Treehouse After Dark’. This is a disco themed late night opening where the children can play with the dining room lights turned off and all the playground lit with coloured LED lighting. Advertising in the ‘Stay Another Day’ magazine, they attract customers from all around

the Limestone Coast and western districts of Victoria as far afield as Warrnambool and have seen a huge increase in clientele from Portland. The other finalists in this category were Cafe Melzar and Sugar N Spice & All Things Nice.


MOUNT GAMBIER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OUTSTANDING BUSINESS AWARDS When it comes to transforming a business, they don’t come much more successful that The Book Place, winner of the Outstanding Small Business Award. Cindy Patzel has owned and operated the second hand book store that operates in two ways. The first is that they sell second hand books and the second is that you can take in books that you no longer wish to keep and they will give you store credit. After three years in Commercial Street West, in early September, The Book Place moved to its new location in Commercial Street East, where they have more than 40,000 books in stock and Cindy also offers the service of searching for a particular book if it is not in stock. Cindy’s goal was to double in floor space and this has been achieved by the move to the new premises. Another initiative was to increase sales with an exchange programme and in the past 12 months the exchange rate with books has more than doubled. A family owned business, and with her children attending school in Mount Gambier, the Book Place supports several sporting clubs, the Glenburnie Primary School’s Pedal

Above (from left) - Outstanding Manufacturing/Building Industry winner G Weyers Painting Service represen ted by Troy Walker and Matt Weyers accept the awrd from sponsor represesntative Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast CEO David Wheaton; Outstandig Hospitality/Tourism/Accommodation winner The Treehouse Play Cafe pictured with sponsor representative 96.1 STAR FM/963 5SE general manager Patrick O’Donnell (third from left) and Outstanding Envinronment & Sustainability winner Mikro Coffee Roasters with Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee (right) representing the sponsor the City of Mount Gambier.

Prix Team, the Mt Gambier Park Run and will be a major sponsor of the Blue Lake Fun Run. The other finalist in this category was Ovation Centre of Performing Arts. After immigrating from Holland, George Weyers Sr began painting services in 1962 with George Jr entering into partnership with his father in 1988. And now more than five decades later, G Weyers Painting Service

was the recipient of the Outstanding Manufacturing/Building Industry Award. In the early days, the business grew rapidly, performing domestic, commercial and maintenance contract painting. George Sr retired in 1994 and the company continued to complete many large projects including Mt Gambier TAFE and hospital, CSR and the South Australian Housing Trust.

In March 2000, G Weyers Painting Service registered as a company and continued to service SA Housing Trust contracts through to 2010. Throughout this time George employed multiple apprentices and tradespeople and even assisted unqualified tradespeople to gain their qualifications. George himself undertook training in sustainability in painting, becoming the first

accredited Green Painter in South Australia. In 2011 George’s son Mat and former leading hand Troy Walker returned to the business in order to create a succession plan. Mat with is business management training and Troy brought further trade experience after working in Western Australia for three years. Weyer’s Painting Service has been acknowledged as part of the Uni SA Mt Gambier Campus for Badge Constructions who won the award for Commercial/Industrial Building in $10 to $20 million category awarded by the Master Builders Association. Currently employing ten full time tradespeople, five apprentices, one office trainee, three casual staff and two managers makes Weyers the largest painting contractors outside of Adelaide. Over the years they have provided employment to more than 50 people and training to more than 15 apprentices. The other finalist in this category was MG Plasterers. Mikro Coffee Roasters won the Outstanding Environment & Sustainability Award with Gambier Earth Movers the other finalist in this category.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF GEORGIA QUICK

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SCHOLARSHIP ON OFFER THANKS TO COMMUNITY BANK Mount Gambier and district students will again benefit from a scholarship program, which will supplement their study costs in their first year of higher education. Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch Chairperson Helen Strickland said the Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch Scholarship Program, which opens in December, was launched because the Branch believed local students deserved a fair chance to achieve their dreams. “We know an investment in their education will help young people gain access to tertiary education and will yield great returns to the student, their families and the local community,” she said. “Ultimately, we want to be part of a system that transforms the lives of local students, so we’re committed to creating pathways to allow that opportunity. “Our young people are our future and we believe they need the best support possible to achieve their dreams.” Successful Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Scholarship applicants will initially receive funding for one year and depending on academic performance, the scholarship may be renewed to assist in the second year of their study. Applications are invited from eligible students, starting their studies in 2017, from 1 December 2016. Applications close on 27 January 2017 and will be assessed in early February 2017. Last year, the Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch Scholarship supported local students Dana Glynn with her Psychology (Honours) degree studies at Flinders University, and Lucy Greenham with studying an Oral Health degree at the University of Adelaide. The Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Scholarship is part of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Scholarship Program, which partners with Community Bank® branches, Rural Bank, Community Sector Banking, La Trobe University, University of Melbourne and Haven Home Safe. The program has now supported 450 students, with $5.2 million in funding since its inception in 2007. For further information please contact Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch on (08) 8726 3200, or visit www.bendigobank.com.au/ scholarships.

A COOKING CHALLENGE FOR CHARITY When Liberty International Church decided to support the Pigs for Hope program – an Indonesian based charity that allows more children to receive an education – they started their fundraising efforts with a movie fundraiser. Now, organisers have created something outside the box – a bake-off with a difference that will culminate on Mount Gambier Christmas Parade day. With the full support of the Women’s Weekly, organisers have set themselves, and the community, a task – to bake all 107 cakes in the popular magazine’s Children’s Birthday Cake book and display them in a pop-up shop on Commercial Street West next to the ANZ Bank. Interested bakers need to contact Helen Roberts to register and plenty

of cakes have already been selected by eager cooks who have already registered for the event. The entry fee for creating one of the iconic cakes is $10 and then on November 19 people can come and view the unique collection for a gold coin donation. The display will run from 9am-3.30pm with all funds raised going to the Pig for Hope program – a simple solution to the problem of getting young Indonesian children into school. Working in conjunction with the Indonesian Harvest Church, local church officials have been able to strike a deal with the families that live in local rubbish dumps - if they give the family a piglet, which they can raise and sell, they will send two children to school. As a general rule, the children are not sent to school as they are required to help guard what is a precious resource for the family – their section of the dump – but Pigs for Hope gives the families an alternative income and they are happy to then release the kids to attend school. Around 20 families have taken up the program already, and local efforts will ensure more pigs are available to attract more families to the program. The Asian Harvest Church School has 232 students aged 3-18 years and is desperate to take on more and give their

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children a shot at a real education and a life that doesn’t have a rubbish heap as a home. Anyone wanting to bake a cake

as part of the Women’s Weekly Birthday Cake challenge should contact Helen on 0424 246 684.


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Thirteen year old Ben Phillips is heading to Thailand next month to be part of the Everything is Possible, Scouting Has No Borders Jamboree. Ben is a member of the 1st Mount Gambier Scout Group and is the only SA Scout member and one of around 300 Australians, who are attending the eight day nonstop action packed Jamboree with Scouts and Venturers from all around the world. More than 10 countries in the Asia Pacific alone have signed up to attend. The Everything is Possible Jamboree is the first of its kind in history. It has been organised and will be run by Australia but it is being hosted in Thailand. “Ben will be a part of history,” said 1st Mount Gambier Scout Group leader Carolyn Moyes. The Jamboree will be held at the National Scout Camp Vajiravudh, Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand, approximately two hours from Bangkok and can cater for more than 20,000 Scouts.On site activities will include hiking, shooting, Challenge Valley, pioneering, campfires, concerts and participating in the Messengers of Peace Project. “I am very nervous about the International Night where I will be performing a solo on my bagpipe,” Ben said. “It is a great honour but also very nerve wrecking. I have only been playing the bagpipes a short time with the RSL Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band I hope to do us all proud. “ Off site activities include a tour of Bangkok, the Royal Palace, Wat-Pho, Kho Khew Open Zoo, beaches, community development projects and the world’s first Cartoon Network themed waterpark and the world’s largest aqua playground packed with over 150 water attractions. “The Waterpark is sounding particularly exciting as the weather will be an average of 26-31 degrees for the time we are there,” Ben said. “But the whole deal is exciting to have this opportunity through Scouts at my age is fantastic.” Ben has been involved in Scouting for around five years working his way up from a Joey Scout into Cub Scouts and now the Scout Section as a Patrol Leader. In this time he has attended many State Camps in the Adelaide region and earlier this year attended a 10 day Australian Jamboree in New South Wales. “I can’t wait, at the moment I am feeling lots of emotions, it’s a bit like a dream and I am feeling a little bit smug too, there has been some kids that have given me a hard time about doing Scouts over the years, but who is gaining the benefits now, I have had so many opportunities to do things and go places most people double my age haven’t done,” said Ben. For more information about Scouts for all ages or Jamborees contact your local Scout Group. Mount Gambier and surrounding areas 1st Mount Gambier Scout Group, 5 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier. Email koala610@ dodo.com.au or call in on one of our meeting nights.

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NARACOORTE PLAZA KIOSK. A great opportunity to purchase Lotteries Agency and Newsagent sub-agency in the brilliant foot traffic location, right in the middle of Naracoorte’s thriving Kincraig Plaza. The complementary combination of the 2 agencies makes this business easy to operate with minimum staffing. Currently operating 6 days a week, with potential for further growth. $99,950. Phone Diana Edwards on 0417 888 624 for further details. F ------------------------------------------

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ADLER LEVER shotguns available at Green triangle firearms, Naracoorte, 08 8762 0880 657 -----------------------------------------CAMPING TRAILER – Sleeps 5. Challenge off roader. Heavy canvas. Full annex w/walls. Inc. generator & porta-potty. YGS-516 $7,000 ONO. Ph 0428 266 289.655 -----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------FLOWERS silk/fresh, LENNONS FOOD MARKET, 34 Lake Terrace East, Mt Gambier for orders Ph 08 8725 7952. For HEN’S FLORAL CROWN MAKING PARTIES Ph 08 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 665 ------------------------------------------

MARINE Taylor Marine STOCKING all your fiberglass repair items. Everything from resin to matting and fiberglass rollers, gel-coat, flo-coat and colour pigments. Come into 349 Commercial Street Mount Gambier or call 08 8726 5200 W ------------------------------------------

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HOT DIPPED GALVANISED Trailers, 6x4, 7x5, 8x5 Tandem, Optional Cage. Starting from $1650 inc GST. Diverse Transport Fabrications 5 Cave Rd Mt Gambier Ph: 0438 351 760 OL-659 -----------------------------------------STEEL SHOTGUN cartridges available at Green triangle firearms, Naracoorte, 08 8762 0880 657 -----------------------------------------ST MARTINS LUTHERAN BOOKSHOP 17 Edward St, Mt Gambier. Open Mondays 10am – 2pm. Sundays 10am – 10.30am + 11.45am – 12.15pm. All welcome. We have: - cards, tracts, books, CD’s, small gifts, devotionals, bibles etc. Christian Christmas cards. 655 -----------------------------------------SUZUKI BALENO 1995 Mecanically in great condition, good tyres, rego until December $1500 ONO 0412 355 817. OL-655 ------------------------------------------

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - DEAR ROBBIE XXVI... By ROBBIE TANSEL I seem to be getting a lot of emails at the moment. Not as many postcards as I was getting there for a while, mind you. Anyway. “Dear Robbie, On the cover of the most recent Lifestyle1 magazine, there was a photo of people running in last year’s Blue Lake Fun Run. I was the person featured front and centre in the photo. I was a little bit disappointed that a photo of me was put in such a prominent position without getting my permission. I address my concern to you as you are some sort of a mascot for Lifestyle1. Can you please sort this out? Damian from Dergholm” For starters, Damian, what’s the big deal? Are you in the witness protection system or something. From the sound of the email, more likely the witless protection system. It doesn’t seem that they’re protecting you enough. Anyway, you think you were disappointed? I was disappointed that I had to see your big fat head on the front cover too and I imagine the rest of Mount Gambier were probably a bit disappointed that they had to see your photo too. I mean, come on Lifestyle1 editor Di Gould. Surely there was a picture of yours truly on file dominating the Blue Lake Fun Run that could have been used on the front cover. After all, I’m a cross between Brad Pitt and George Clooney’s classic good looks. My athleticism brings images to mind of LeBron James, Usain Bolt and Patrick Dangerfield. f you want to sell copies of your free magazine, you need to catch the public’s attention. Damian looks like he got dressed in the dark. What is the deal with that shirt? Essentially they’re horizontal stripes, mate, and people with a body shape like yours really should stay away from horizontal stripes. It’s quite a nice shirt but does it come in mens as well. I would have suggested you wear the lovely complimentary Blue Lake Fun Run singlets that you might notice many of the other participants around you in the photo are wearing. Did you want to stand out from the crowd? You’ve got the sort of head that’s going to stand out regardless, buddy…like the Elephant Man. One of my biggest concerns is for the young fella behind you. I’m not at all convinced that you’re going to make it up the hill you’re running up. When you run out of momentum and start rolling back down the hill, he’s in big trouble. I should go easy on you, Damian, because you look like you’ve probably got enough problems and I’m sure all of your friends have probably been getting stuck into you. I bet you’ve been receiving emails and texts. I bet you’ve had friends posting the photo on Facebook and making hilarious comments. No doubt people have probably put the picture in front of you and sarcastically asked for autographs. I bet it’s been a pretty long week for you. To be honest though. Not really my problem. Anyway, Damian. You’ve just made yourself Robbie Tansel target number one for this year’s Blue Lake Fun Run. I’m going to beat you and I’m going to make CARBONARA PASTA BAKE sure there is only one person who Lifestyle1 can 300ml reduced-fat thickened cooking 300g dried farfalle (bow-tie) pasta justify putting on the front cover next year. cream 2 teaspoons olive oil I suspect they actually put that photo on the 3 green onions, thinly sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed front to show the people of Mount Gambier and 3/4 cup finely grated parmesan cheese 6 slices prosciutto, chopped surrounding districts that anyone can do the fun Mixed salad leaves, to serve 4 eggs, lightly beaten run. You don’t have to be fit, attractive, a good Method dresser, have good hygiene, a nice personality or Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan-forced. Lightly grease a 5cm-deep, 33cm x any redeemable features to be part of the Blue 19cm (base) ovenproof dish. Cook pasta in a large saucepan of boiling, salted Lake Fun Run. water, following packet directions, until tender. Drain. Return to pan. With a picture of me on the front, people might Heat oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add garlic and prosciutto. think the Blue Lake Fun Run is only for the best Cook, stirring, for 3 to 4 minutes or until prosciutto is crisp. Add prosciutto and brightest of stars. mixture to pasta. Add eggs, cream, onion and 1/2 cup cheese. Season with If you think I’ve been a bit harsh, you’ve salt and pepper. Toss to combine. Transfer to prepared dish. Sprinkle with never met Damian but you can email me at remaining cheese. Cover with foil. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove foil. Bake for robbietansel@gmail.com 10 minutes or until golden. Serve with salad.

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WEST GAMBIER NETBALL TROPHY WINNERS 1. A Grade best & fairest - Lisa McGregor 2. A Grade joint runner-up - Tahila Earl 3. A Grade joint runner-up - Olivia McEvoy 4. A Grade coach’s trophy - Amy Cram 5. A Reserve joint best & fairest Kylie Heaver (left) & Jess Kipping. 6. A Reserve runner-up - Sammi Cummins 7. A Reserve coach’s trophy - Maggie Kipping 8. 17 & Under best & fairest - Maggie Kipping 9. B Grade trophy winners - Natasha Milich (coach’s award); Rebecca Humphries (best & fairest) & Belinda Allen (runner-up) 10. C Grade trophy winners - Danni Kamara (runner-up); coach Tracy Cowie; Sarah Harding (best & fairest) and (front) Kristyn Dawe (coach’s award) 11. 17 & Under runner up - Tori McIntyre 12. 17 & Under coach’s award - Darcy Egan.

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LOCAL SPORT MGDTA TENNIS RESULTS RESULTS A1 Reidy Park/Uniting Church 12-89 d West Gambier 6-72 Men’s singles: R. Williamson d E. Schultz 6-4; K. Edwards d T. Snell 6-3; T. Jarvis lost to J. Wilkinson 1-6; M. Stark d J. Dedonatis 6-1. Women’s singles: B. Young lost to J. Sealey 2-6; O. McEvoy lost to E. Beames 0-6; S. Edwards d L. Day 6-2; I. Williamson d A. Patzel 6-2. Uniting Church 10-83 d Mount Gambier 7-62 Men’s singles: S. Tomkins d A. Van Den Hurk 6-2; I. Hopes lost to T. Madigan 1-6; B. McInness lost to

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ROUND TWO Demons 7 (S. Nieuwenhuizen, S. John 3; G. Millaard, N. Collins 2; B. Morale, C. Manning, A. Williams, T. Wilson-Smith, E. Hoskin) d Warriors 1 (E. Chaplin; Wanderers Yellow 10 (C. Whiting 3; J. Hart (HR), G. Davis 2; F. Finch, T. Seager, N. Gilbert) d Concordes White 3 (N. Saunders, H. Taylor (HR), R. Bowd, S. Brown); Concordes United 16 (S. Pilven 4; B. Jones 3; K. Griffiths, D. Jones, O. Portious 2; D. Wighton,. L. Dodds, C. Jones) d Wanderers Green 2 (N. Cameron 2; E. Hart, C. Tink).

BASEBALL RESULTS RESULTS Division one South 10 (D. Hamilton 4; B. Morale 3; A. Lewis 2; T. Lockwood, B. Frankenburg) d Central 9 (K. McClean 3; E. Chuck, B. Atkins 2; E, Optz, B. Keding, J. Atkins, D. Chuck); Federal 8 (C. Carpenter 4; N. Taylor 2; M. Broome, W. Chant) d Tigers 1 (J. Foster, B. Marcus, B. Telford) Division two Tigers 8 (N. Pink, S. Horrigan, Z. Thompson, J. Verrity, S. Frost) d South 1 (B. Whitwell, N. Frankenburg, R. Walters, P. Walters); Division three Federal 18 (S. Mattila 4; M. Dennis, R. Vanderlinde 3; J. McAdam, P. Duffett, G. Williams, A. DeNys) d Central Magpies 10 (B. Stephenson 4; N. Crouch, D. Hertzig, A. Hoath, T. Wilson, G. Scrivens, D. Crowder, A. Crouch) Under 17 Federal 15 (T. Pearson, H. Thompson, J. Whitehead 2; J. Johnson, M. Larkin, A. Pearson) d Tigers 6 (B. Telford, R. Walter) Under 15 Federal 21 (J. Johnson, T. Graney 2; A. Pearson, R. Thompson, C. Adam) d Tigers 8 (T. May, T. Aston) Under 13 Gold Tigers 16 (B. Dohnt, M. Richardson, K. Shaw, B. Horrigan, C. Bex, T. Jeane 2; J. Corrigan, J. Ireland, M. Fiegert, Z. Smith) d South 6 (D. Jans 2; D. Lewis, T. Morale, C. Malin, E. Conlan); Central 17 (J. Sims 4; H. Muller, S. Domaschenz 3; P. O’Hehir, J. Tzioutziouklaris, B. Hosking, J. Chuck 2; H. Keding) d Federal 5 (E. Williams, C. Adam 2; C. Adam, M. Adam, T. Miller) Under 13 Blue Federal 4 (T. Graney 2; B. McAdam, C. Williams, L. Vanderlinds, R. Dall, M. Davis) drew with Tigers 4 (T. Verity, A. Lynch); Naracoorte (D. Faux, E. Wieper, J. Ryan) v Central Magpies (C. Watson 3; S. Domaschenz 2; J. Ferrari, D. Ferguson) – no score available; Central 15 (L. Broome, H. Hosking 2; A. DeJong, K. Arbery, K. Allen) d Tigers 0 (C. McCann, J. Mee)


LOCAL SPORT KENT CONTINUES TO DOMINATE South East Field & Game`s monthly Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun was won by Jeremy Kent with an impressive 74/75 targets to take out the GB/Corsivia Club Championship. Eighty-seven shooters, including some new and old faces, nominated for the Spot On Fishing, K & S Fuels, South East Marine sponsored event with near perfect weather conditions to tackle Ken Atkin`s high quality course setting. Gavin Dyson won a shoot off with Lake Bonney`s Danny Bellinger to win AA grade with Malcolm Whitehead finishing in third spot. Fresh from shooting a possible 25 at the recent Nationals in Brisbane, Leigh Dunn dominated A grade from Craig Hill and the ever improving Jeremy Hellyer. John Hill comfortably won B Grade from Terry

Howard with Robert Clark taking third. Lachie Irons won the C grade by 8 targets from Tim Lloyd and Charles Wallis scraping into third. The ever competitive Veterans class was won by Wayne Evans from The Old Crow Chris VonStanke and Neville Kent in third spot. The super vets class was a high scoring affair and a place for fathers to set examples for their sons with Kevin Dyson (Gavin`s Father) winning from Barry Hill (Craig`s father) and Ernie Allen taking out the last place on the podium. Ladies was won by Tash Bellinger with 68/75 from Tania Scicluna with Chelsea McKinnon in third, who is adapting to a new shooting discipline well. Juniors was won by Dylan Scheidl, now arguably the best shooter in his family, from Cambell Searle. The Sub Juniors class was won by uoung Declan Wright from Kongorong, who is developing into a real prospect, and only finished one target behind his hugely experienced father Chris. Will Vickery finished second and Tristan McKinnon finished third, after winning a shoot off with his fellow junior State skeet shooter Doyle Yoanides RESULTS HIGH GUN Jeremy Kent 74/50 AA 1. G. Dyson 72/75; 2. D. Bellinger 72/75 ; 3.

M.Whitehead 71/75 A 1. L.Dunn 69/75 ; 2. C.Hill 67/75 ; 3. J.Hellyer 66/75 B 1. J.Hill 65/75; 2. T.Howard 62/75 ; 3. R.Clark 61/75 C 1. L.Irons 62/75 ; 2. T.Lloyd 54/75 ; 3. C.Wallis 53/7 Veterans 1. W.Evans 63/75 ; 2. C.VonStanke 61/75 ; 3. N.Kent 61/75 Super Veterans 1. K.Dyson 69/75 ; 2. B.Hill 67/75 ; 3. E.Allen 62/75 Ladies 1. T.Bellinger 68/75 ; 2. T.Scicluna 46/75 ; 3. C.McKinnon 35/75 Juniors 1. D.Scheidl 61/75 ; 2. C.Searle 54/75 Sub Juniors 1. D.Wright 58/75 ; 2. W.Vickery 44/75 ; 3. T.McKinnon 35/75 Right - AA winner Gavin Dyson preparing to shoot. Left - A Grade winner Leigh Dunn with placegetters Jeremy Hellyer & Craig Hill.

NORTH CONTINUES TO LOOM AS A SCORING MACHINE North Gambier continues to loom as the dominant batting team early in the 2016/17 Barber Shield season with the Tigers amassing 199 on day one of its clash with East Gambier. A 71 run second wicket stand between Matthew McInerney (45) and Jake Schutz 25) provided North with a strong platform and a classy half century from Michael Silvy (54) and some lower order resistance from Tom Edwards (23) and Daniel Brown (25) ensured the 2015/16 runner-up set East a challenging target. Ash Dumigan was best with the ball for East, taking 3/40 from his 12 overs. And while the North bats feasted on runs, it was the complete opposite for Yahl as they struggled to cope with the West attack. An unnecessary run out early had the brown caps on the back foot and when Ian Ross was tapped in front by Lachlan Brown, who really troubled with Yahl batsmen in his six over spell, Yahl was 2/4. Jack Gosling and Josh Reader certainly dug in after the early wickets but Yahl was unable to score freely or build any significant partnerships. Skipper Reader was the top scorer in the dismal 1st innings score of 57, with 17, but with Niall Easterbrook and Bray Stephenson ripping through the middle order and Ryan Hosking cleaning up the tail. Yahl was never really in the contest. West Gambier was 4/156 at stumps and would be pushing for a valuable outright victory with some quick runs early and then looking to again rip quickly through the Yahl bats. Mil Lel is in a strong position in its clash with Kongorong, finishing day one with 201, built on the back of a fine 80 from Justin Lamont. Some middle order resistance from veteran Brett Lawson (35) ensured Mil Lel posted the challenging run chase for Kongorong. Veteran Adam Maidment and Mr Consistency Michael Waters ended the day with three wickets apiece. With former skipper David Somerfield now playing for Penola, robbing reigning Barber Shield champions of a quality allrounder, it would have pleased Robbie Drenthen to see Richard Crute in stellar form with the ball in the clash between the two. Crute ripped through Penola’s dangerous top order – Mark Smith, Jase Bateman and Somerfield . Another former South Gambier allrounder Kieran Ashby rescued the innings with a half century, while some lower order hitting from Brett Vaughan (16) at least ensured the Eagles bowlers have something to bowl out. Crute (3/31) and Cameron Jorgenson (3/23) who removed the dangerous Ashby, as well as consistent performer George Kidman, were the pick of an evenly performed South attack. The round was highlighted by a Crouch Shield innings

from Centrals opener Luke Rainey who compiled a 134, batting for around 50 overs. It was Rainey’s first ever time past three figures in an innings that boasted 11 fours and three sixes as his side amasses 342. RESULTS Barber Shield East Gambier v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 199 (M. Silvy 50; M. McInerney 45; J. Schutz, D. Brown 25; T. Edwards 23; A. Dumigan 3/40; C. Lynch 2/6; K. Chapman 2/45) Mil Lel v Kongorong Mil Lel 1st innings 201 (J. Lamont 80; B. Lawson 35; A. Maidment 3/42; M. Waters 3/52; T. Glynn 2/28) West Gambier v Yahl Yahl 1st innings 57 (J. Reader 17; J. Brown 15no.; N. Easterbrook 3/14; B. Stephenson 2/13; L. Brown 2/5; R. Hosking 2/20) West Gambier is 4/156 in reply. South Gambier v Penola Penola 1st innings 153 (K. Ashby 53; B. Vaughan 16; R. Crute 3/31; C. Jorgenson 3/23; D. Clough 2/22; B. Whicker 2/17) South Gambier is 1/10 in reply. Crouch Shield West Gambier v Centrals Centrals 342 (L. Rainey 134; C. Garner 87; J. Risely 45; T. Moyes 3/50; S. Duivenvoorde 2/44) East Gambier v Penola Penola 1st innings 298 (J. Mansell 74; D. Redman 67; J. Doyle 50; D. Holman 3/59; L. Allen 2/41; S. Pretty 2/40; T. Miles 2/49) Cox Bros Shield Yahl v Kalangadoo Yahl 1st innings 9/284 (N. Brown 77; R. Courtney 58; T. Clark 22; H. Case 21; J. Moody 20no.; K. Giddings 3/34; B. Millowick 2/41) O’Donoghue Shield East/South v Kongorong East/South 1st innings 7/140 Kongorong 1st innings 9/25 (N. Kilsby 10; A. Kuhl 4/8; J. Geraghty 2/3; M. Lockwood 2/6) East/South 2nd innings 0/105 (E. Marks 43ret.; H. Karsten 40 ret) Kongorong 2nd innings 3/43 (N. Kilsby 24no.; A. Kuhl 2/6) East/South won by 188 runs. Mil Lel v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 4/114 (T. Mcanus 43ret.; S. Ross 26; F. Brewster 15; D. Hann 2/10) Mil Lel 1st innings 3/121 (D. Pfitzner 43 ret.; T.

Nieuwerkerk 23; B. Thiel 22no.; S. Megaw 20no.; A. Hill 2/5) Mil Lel won by seven runs. Hall Trophy East Gambier v Millicent Millicent 1st innings (no details available) East Gambier 1st innings 94 (L. Turley 19; K. Dwyer 16; L. Stratford 12; J. Werchon 2/11) Millicent won by 68 runs. West Gambier v Mt Burr West Gambier 1st innings 5/164 (J. Cornolo, C. Prior 30 ret.; T. Schrader 29 ret.) Mt Burr 1st innings 105 (J. Muhovics 30 ret.; E. Bowman 10; C. Prior 2/14; K. Wrightson 2/13) West Gambier won by 59 runs. Sims Shield North Gambier v West Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 3/160 (H. Fisher 28 ret.; B. Hosking 17; J. Bryant 13 ret; K. Dellow 12 ret.) West Gambier 1st innings 5/98 (M. Cornolo 26 ret.; J. Prior 9 ret.) North Gambier won by 62 runs.

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East Black v Mil Lel Green East Black 1st innings 4/52 (K. Dwyer 4; E. Williams 4 ret.; B. Virtanen 2/7) Mil Lel Green 1st innings 4/63 (C. Pudney 12 ret.; I. Little 2/4) Mil Lel Green won by 11 runs. South Gambier v Mil Lel Yellow Mil Lel Yellow 1st innings 5/60 (L. Buckley 9; J. Dinnison 7) South Maroon 1st innings 5/63 (J. Sims 25 ret.; N. Yates 7; V. Gill 2/1) South Maroon won by three runs. Above (left) - South Gambeir Crouch Shield player Adam Mulraney took a hat trick in round two cricket action. Above (right) - Centrals opener Luke Rainey made an impressive 134 at the weekend.


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LSE PENNANT BOWLS MID WEEK OPEN PENNANT Mount Gambier Red 46/12 d Naracoorte RSL 35/2; Port MacDonnell Red 66/14 d Millicent 30/0; Mount Gambier RSL 50/14 d Port MacDonnell Blue 46/0; Mount Gambeir Blue 58/14 s Penola 26/0. LADIES Division one • Kalangadoo 40/7 drew with Port MacDonnell 40/7; Naracoorte 55/14 d Millicent 33/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 76/14 d Kingston 25/0; Mount Gambier 42/7 drew with Mount Gambier RSL Blue 42/7. Division two • Mount Gambier RSL 64/14 d Lucindale 34/0; Naracoorte 49/14 d Millicent Blue 34/0; Millicent Red 50/14 d Penola 41/0; Port MacDonnell 52/12 d Naracoorte RSL 48/2. Division three • Mount Gambier RSL 50/14 d Millicent 40/1; Penola 51/14 d Beachport Red 41/0; Mount Gambier 53/14 d Beachport Blue 39/0; Robe 57/14 d Port MacDonnell 39/0. OPEN Division one • Millicent 82/16 d Port MacDonnell 55/0; Mount Gambier Blue 69/9 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 69/7; Lucindale 96/14 d Mount Gambeir Red 60/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 96/16 d Naracoorte 56/0. Division two • Kalangadoo 79/14 d Mount Gambier RSl Red 56/2; Mount Gambier 83/14 d Penola 69/2; Robe 79/16 d Kingston 54/0; Frances 70/13 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 59/3; Naracoorte RSL 82/16 d Millicent 57/0. Division three • Millicent Blue 74/14 d Kingston 50/2; Naracoorte 63/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 48/2; Port MacDonnell 87/16 d Mount Gambier 44/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 68/14 d Millicent Red 59/2. Division four - Red • Lucindale 74/13 d Naracoorte RSL 60/3; Beachport 85/14 d Port MacDonnell 74/2; Kalangadoo 69/9 d Robe 69/7; Millicent 65/14 d Penola 60/2; Naracoorte 73/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 63/2. Division four - Blue • Mount Gambier 64/14 d Frances 32/0; Millicent Green 61/14 d Millicent Gold 31/0; Naracoorte 63/12 d Lucindale 37/2.


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ABC 1 6.00 rage 8.00 rage: Aus Music Month 10.30 rage Guest Programmer 11.35 The Checkout 12.05 Myf Warhurst’s Nice 12.30 QI 1.05 Pointless 1.50 The Level 2.40 Reinvenng The Royals 3.30 Edge Of Nowhere 4.30 Landline 5.00 Midsomer Murders 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Doc Marn 8.20 Home Fires 9.10 Inspector George Gently 10.40 Call The Midwife 11.40 rage Guest Programmer

ONE HD 5.00 Driven Not Hidden 5.30 Escape Fishing With ET 6.00 Jamie & Jimmy’s Food Fight Club 7.00 Undercover Boss 8.00 Supercars 9.00 Megastructures Breakdown 10.00 Backstrom 11.00 Rosewood 12.00 Bellator MMA 2.00 Operaon Repo

NINE SA (5) WIN SA ABC 1 SEVEN SA 6.00 Dr Oz 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Hillsong 7.00 Joseph Prince 7.30 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 10.00 The Morning Show In Conversaon With Alex Malley Australia Wide 11.00 The World This Joel Osteen 8.00 Fishing Australia 12.00 Kochie’s Business Builders 10.30 The 2016 Isuzu Queensland 8.30 Everday Gourmet With Jusne Week 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 12.30 The Franchise Show Open 11.30 My Surf TV 12.00 First Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia Schofield 9.00 Car Torque 9.30 1.00 Dr Oz: The New Gluten Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 1.30 The Mix 2.00 Football Studio 10 12.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 Diagnosis The Cricket Show The Offroad Adventure Show 2.00 The 4.40 Australian Story 2.00 The Zoo 3.30 First Test - Australia V 5.10 Doc Marn Doctors 3.00 I Fish 2.30 Beer Homes And Gardens South Africa 3.30 RPM GP 6.00 QI 3.30 Move: Chimpanzee (G) 4.00 Supercars 6.30 Compass 6.00 Nine News 5.00 Seven News At 5 7.00 ABC News Sunday 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.30 First Test - Australia V 5.30 SA Life 7.40 Grand Designs 6.00 Family Feud South Africa 6.00 Seven News 8.30 Poldark 6.30 Modern Family 8.00 TBA 7.00 TBA 9.30 Jamaica Inn 7.30 All Star Family Fued 8.30 60 Minuites 8.30 Sunday Night 10.30 Secrets Of The Mona Lisa 8.30 Movie: Taken 2 (M) 9.30 The Mad World Of 9.30 TBA 11.25 Balibo 10.50 TBA Donald Trump 12.00 Scandal 1.15 rage 11.50 48 Hours 10.40 Hyde & Seek 2.00 Home Shopping 3.05 Jamaica Inn 1.30 Home Shopping 11.40 Unforgeable 3.30 Harry’s Pracce 4.05 Secrets Of The Mona Lisa 4.30 CBS - This Morning 12.30 Impraccal Jokers 4.00 Meet The Press 7 MATE 1.00 Hustling America 2.00 ELEVEN 5.00 The King Of Queens 6.00 Family ONE HD 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 Doomsday Preppers 3.00 Tricked 4.00 Feud 6.30 Futurama 7.00 The Simpsons 7.30 I Fish 6.00 Family Fued 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Seinfield 6.30 Movie: The Mummy: Tomb Of How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Simpsons TBA 8.30 Supercars 9.30 Movie: Seal Team The Dragon Emperor (PG) 8.40 Movie: Thor 8.30 TBA 9.30 Movie: The Eye (M) 11.30 Six (MA15+) 11.30 Legends 12.30 Gillee (M) 11.00 Movie: Deep Rising (MA) 1.10 Frasier 12.30 Everybody Loves Raymond World Sport 1.00 RPM GP 1.30 Operaon 1000 Ways To Die 2.00 Doomsday Preppers 1.30 Becker 2.30 The King Of Queens Repo 2.00 Buckley’s Chance Survival Run

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 The 2016 Melbourne Cup Carnival: Oaks Day Live coverage of this year’s Oaks Day, part of the Melbourne Cup Carnival 5.30 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 8.30 Movie: Sex Tape 10.30 The Big Bang Theory 12.00 Revenge: Victory 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO (55) 4.05 Jusce Leage Unlimited 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans Go! 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 RBT 8.30 Clianger 11.00 Two And A Half Men 12.00 Swamp Hunters 12.30 Adventure Time

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 PBS Newshour 2.00 Milpirri - Winds Of Change 10.30 Catalyst 11.00 Devil Island 3.00 The Point Review 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Pointless 1.45 Naonal Treasure 3.30 Heston’s Mission Impossible 4.25 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.30 Kevin McCloud’s Escape To The 5.30 Leers And Numbers Wild 3.20 Silvia’s Italian Table 3.50 6.00 Ainsley Harrio’s Street Food The Bill 4.15 Murder, She Wrote 6.30 SBS World News 5.00 ABC News Early 7.30 Wild Sri Lanka 5.30 The Drum 8.30 Movie: Munich (MA) 6.00 The Checkout 11.30 SBS World News Late Edion 6.10 Pointless 11.40 Movie: Lady Chaerly (M) 7.00 ABC News 2.05 The Young Montalbano 7.30 7.30 4.10 Food Lovers Guide To 8.00 QI Australia 8.30 The Level 4.45 How The Light Gets In 9.20 DCI Banks 10.10 Hard Quiz 10.40 Lateline

ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fat Man 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Macgyver 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger 9.30 Movie: True Jusce: Dead Drop 11.30 Nash Bridges 12.30 Home Shopping

WIN SA 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 7.00 RPM 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 Weekend Feast 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 1.30 Life Inside The Markets 2.00 Sara’s Australia Unveiled 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 I Fish 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 A Taste Of Travel 5.00 Ten Eyewitness News First At Five 6.00 Territory Cops 6.30 Scorpion 7.30 MacGyver 8.30 Hawaii Five-O 9.30 Movie: Anchorman 2 (NA) 11.30 Supercars

ELEVEN 9.00 Toasted TV 9.05 The Loop 11.35 Neighbours 2.05 Charmed 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Everyone Loves Raymond 7.00 Rules Of Engagement 8.00 TBA 9.00 Jane The Virgin 10.00 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Loop 1.30 Frasier 2.00 Neighbours

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Kangaroo Dundee 11.00 Atude 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News At Noon 1.00 Pointless 1.50 The Musketeers 2.45 Family Cofidenal 3.15 The Cook and the Chef 3.45 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 The Checkout 6.10 Pointless 6.55 Clark and Dave 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Silvia’s Italian Table 8.30 Naonal Treasure 9.20 Kevin McCloud’s Escape To The Wild 10.10 Shock Horror Aunty 10.40 Lateline

ONE HD (81) 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Moments Of Impact 8.30 Megastructures Breakdown 9.30 Cops: Adults Only 10.30 Star Trek Voyager 12.30 Epic Meal Empire

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 The Bold And The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Have You Been Paying Aenon 10.30 TBA 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Grinder 8.30 Movie: Parental Guidance (PG) 10.30 Sex And The City 11.55 The Late Late Show 12.55 Frasier 2.00 Everyone Loves Raymond

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News Saturday 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.15 TBA 8.45 Shooter 11.15 Dead Heat 1.15 Anger Management 1.45 Nine Presents 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 The Baron

7 MATE 3.30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Additcon 4.30 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Movie Police Academy (PG) 8.30 Movie: Rush Hour (M) 10.55 1000 Ways To Die 11.55 TBA 12.55 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 2.00 Classic Car Rescue

WIN SA (8) 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Bondi Vet 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 David Aenborough’s Natural Curiosies 8.30 Law & Order S.V.U. 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Small Business Secrets 2.30 ISU Figure Skang 3.30 Death: A Series About Life 4.30 Lost Kingdoms Of Central America 5.30 The Story Of Luxury 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Treasures Of Ancient India 8.30 Movie: Misery (M) 10.30 Rockwiz 11.20 Real Humans 12.30 Vive Cool City 1.00 Premier League Match 3.45 Food Lover’s Guide To Australia

PRIME 6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 12.00 Kochie’s Business Builders 12.30 The Franchise Show 1.00 Dr Oz 2.00 The Zoo 2.30 Beer Homes And Gardens 3.30 Movie: Chimpanze (G) 5.00 Seven News At 5 5.30 Border Security 6.00 Seven News 7.00 TBA 8.00 Sunday Night 9.00 TBA 10.00 TBA 11.00 TBA 12.00 Scandal 1.00 Home Shopping

GO 4.30 Power Rangers Dino Super Charge 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Batman 6.00 Dragons: Gi Of The Night Fury 6.30 How To Train Your Dragon 8.30 The Hunger Games 11.30 Adult Swim 11.35 Aqua Teen Hunger Force 11.45 Mike Tyson Mysteries

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WIN VIC 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 7.00 RPM 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 Weekend Feast 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 1.30 Life Inside The Markets 2.00 Sara’s Australia Unveiled 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 I Fish 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 A Taste Of Travel 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Territory Cops 6.30 Scorpion 7.30 Macgyver 8.30 Movie: Anchorman 2 (M) 11.30 Supercars 12.55 48 Hours

7 TWO 4.00 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservaons 5.00 Around The World With Manu 6.00 Nigel Marven’s Cruise Ship Adventures 7.00 TBA 9.30 TBA 12.00 TBA 1.00 Psychic TV 4.00 Sydney Weekender 4.30 WA Weekender 5.00 Home Shopping

SC NINE 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 In Conversaon With Alex Malley 10.30 The 2016 Isuzu Queensland Open 11.30 My Surf TV 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.00 TBA 8.30 60 Minuites 9.30 The Mad World Of Donald Trump 10.40 Hyde & Seek 11.40 Unforgeable 12.30 Impraccal Jokers

GEM 1.05 Getaway 1.35 The Teahouse Of The August Moon (G) 3.55 Run For The Sun (PG) 6.00 First Test - Australia Vs South Africa 6.30 Sparks Of Invenon 7.30 Death In Paradise 8.30 Major Crimes 9.40 Rizzoli & Isles 10.40 The Closer 11.40 TBA

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 The Bold And The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 WIN News 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Have You Been Paying Aenon 10.30 TBA 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

7 TWO 4.00 Best Houses Australia 4.30 Islands On The Edge 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 The Border 8.30 Selling Houses Australia 9.30 Escape To The Country 10.30 House Wreck Rescue 11.30 Best Houses Australia

SC NINE 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News Saturday 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.15 TBA 8.45 Shooter 11.15 Dead Heat 1.15 Anger Management 1.45 Nine Presents 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 The Baron

GEM 1.00 A Hole In The Head 3.30 The 7th Dawn 6.00 First Test - Australia Vs South Africa 6.30 Marley & Me 8.50 Movie: Sliding Doors (M) 22.50 Movie: Annie all (M) 12.50 Gem Presents 1.00 My Brother’s Keeper 3.00 River Coage Every Day 4.00 Home Shopping

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Bondi Vet 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 WIN News 6.30 The Project 7.30 David Aenborough’s Natural Curiosies 8.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

7 TWO 5.30 The 2016 Melbourne Cup Carnival 6.00 SCU: Serious Crash Unit 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Father Brown 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries 10.30 Some Mothers Do ‘ave ‘em 11.00 Bargain Hunt 12.00 Scandal: The Other Woman 1.00 Psychic TV

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.15 TBA 8.45 Limitless 10.45 Machete 1.00 Impraccal Jokers 1.30 Home Shopping 3.00 The Avengers 4.00 Global Shop 4.30 Good Morning America

GEM 1.20 Come Dine With Me 1.50 River Coage Every Day 2.50 Monarch Of The Glen 4.00 Ellen 5.00 Gilmore Girls 6.00 First Test - Australia Vs South Africa 6.30 Friends 7.30 David Aenborough’s Life In Cold Blood 8.40 The Enforcer 10.40 Barquero

PRIME 6.00 NBC Today 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show Weekend 11.30 The 2016 Melbourne Cup Carnival: Stakes Day Live coverage of this year’s Stakes Day, part of the Melbourne Cup Carnival 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Movie: Spider-Man 2 (PG) 9.35 Late Movie: Contraband (MA) 11.45 The Goldbergs 12.10 Mistresses: What Do You Really Want? 1.00 Home Shopping

GO 3.30 Yo-Kai Watch 4.00 Teen Titans 4.30 Problem Solverz 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 The Iron Giant 6.00 Movie: Igor (PG) 7.10 Movie: Stargate (PG) 9.35 Edge Of Tomorrow (M) 11.50 Adult Swim 11.55 Aqua Teen Hunger Force 12.05 Mike Tyson Mysteries SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 9.30 Premier League 12.00 World Watch 12.30 Speedweek 2.30 Naonal Basketball Leauge 4.30 Turkish News 5.00 Small Business Secrets 5.30 Nazi Megastructures 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Great Human Odyssey 8.35 Clinton V Trump 10.45 Snow Monkey 1.35 Movie: Undertow (MA) 3.25 Strip The City 4.20 Food Lover’s Guide To Australia 4.55 Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook Melbourne Bitesize

GEM (50) 1.40 Heartbeat 2.50 Miss Marple 4.00 Ellen 5.00 Gilmore Girls 6.00 First Test - Australia Vs South Africa 6.30 Friends 7.30 What’s Your Emergency 8.30 Kings Cross ER 9.30 Embarrasing Bodies 11.30 Helicopter Heroes 12.00 The Great Fire

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Subdivision (M) 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 8.30 Movie: The Proposal (PG) 10.45 TBA 11.45 The Goldbergs 12.30 Home Shopping

GO 3.30 Yo-Kai Watch 4.00 Kids’ WB Weekdays 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Movie: The Last Airbender (PG) 8.30 Movie: The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King (M) 12.30 Forever 1.30 The Magaluf Weekender

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.15 TBA 8.45 Rush Hour 2 10.45 Survivor 11.45 The Mysteries Of Laura 12.45 Nine Presents 1.00 Extra 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping

WIN VIC 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Joseph Prince 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Fishing Australia 8.30 Everday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 9.00 Car Torque 9.30 Studio 10 12.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 The Offroad Adventure Show 2.00 The Doctors 3.00 I Fish 3.30 RPM GP 4.00 Supercars 5.30 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Modern Family 7.30 All Star Family Fued 8.30 Movie: Taken 2 (M) 10.50 TBA 11.50 48 Hours 1.30 Home Shopping

7 TWO 6.00 SCU: Serious Crash Unit 6.30 Motorway Patrol 7.00 For The Love Of Dogs 7.30 Around The World With Manu 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Country 10.30 Nick Knowles’ Original Features 11.30 Mighty Cruise Ships


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SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: A Sister’s Nightmare (M) 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 7.30 TBA 8.40 The Secret Daughter 9.40 The Big Bang Theory 11.10 The Catch 12.05 Packed To The Raers 1.00 The Real Seachange 1.30 Harry’s Pracce

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.00 TBA 8.30 Hyde & Seek 9.30 Australian Crime Stories 10.30 Person Of Interest 11.30 Undateable 12.00 A.D. Kingdom Empire 1.00 Extra

7 MATE 12.30 NFL 2016 4.00 Bomb Hunters 5.00 Outback Truckers 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 TBA 11.10 Ice Road Truckers 12.10 Pawn Stars 12.40 Happy Endings 2.00 What Went Down 3.00 Abandoned SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Gone (M) 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 7.30 First Dates 8.40 Gold Coast Medical 9.40 Cold Feet 10.40 Chicago Fire 11.35 Grey’s Anatomy 12.30 Blood & Oil 1.30 Cougar Town 2.00 Home Shopping

WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Gourmet With Jusne Schofield News Mornings 10.00 Landline 11.00 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Compass 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio News 1.00 Poldark 2.00 Parliament 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Queson Time 3.00 Grand Designs Bondi Vet 3.45 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 5.00 ABC News Early 5.30 The Drum 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 6.00 The Checkout: Snack Size 3.00 Judge Judy 6.10 Pointless 7.00 ABC News 3.30 My Market Kitchen 7.30 7.30 4.00 Ben’s Menu 8.00 Australian Story 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.30 Four Corners 6.00 Family Fued 9.20 Media Watch 6.30 The Project 9.35 Q&A 7.30 All Star Family Fued 10.40 Lateline 8.30 Have You Been Paying 11.10 The Business Aenon 11.30 Golf: PGA Tour Highlights 9.30 Life In Pieces 12.25 Parliament Qeuson Time 10.30 The Odd Couple ONE HD 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat Trek 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 8.30 Supernatural 9.30 Scream Queens Undercover Boss 8.30 Movie: Die Hard 2 (M) 10.30 American Horror Story 11.30 The Late 11.00 The League 12.00 Hogan’s Heros 12.30 Late Show 12.30 The King Of Queens Home Shopping 2.00 Diagnosis Murder

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 The Cung Edge 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Unreal Estate 9.40 The Secret Life Of Growing Up 10.50 Doctor Doctor 11.45 20/20 12.35 Impraccal Jokers 1.00 Extra 1.30 Danoz

7 MATE 5.00 Outback Truckers 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Highway Patrol 9.00 Ice Road Truckers 10.00 Counng Cars 11.00 Restoraon Garage 12.00 Harley Davidson TV 12.30 Counng Cars 1.30 Pawn Stars 2.00 What Went Down

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Bondi Vet 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics 8.30 Todd Sampson’s Bodyhack 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10.30 NCIS: New Orleans

ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Dont Trust The B**** In Apart. 23 8.30 Movie: Let’s Be Cops (MA15+) 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.30 The Late Late Show 12.30 The King Of Queens

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Four Corners 10.45 Media Watch 11.00 Country Town Rescue 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Pointless 2.00 Parliament Queson Time 3.15 The Cook And The Chef 3.45 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 The Checkout 6.10 Pointless 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Streets Of Your Town 9.30 Mambo: Art Irritates Life 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Q&A

ONE HD 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnoss Murder 5.00 Star Trek 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 48 Hours 10.30 Rosewood 11.30 Star Trek 12.30 Home Shopping 2.00 Diagnosis Murder 3.00 Matlock 4.00 Nash Bridges

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 2.00 Unity: Lan Tribute To Michael Jackson 3.00 The Story Of The Jews 4.00 On A River In Ireland 5.00 Noma Australia 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Ainsley Harrio’s Street Food 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Supervet 9.30 Cats Uncovered 10.30 SBS World News Late Edion 11.00 The World Game 11.30 Recfy 12.25 Movie: Gallants (PG) 2.15 Room 101 2.45 24 Hours In Emergency 4.40 SBS Flashback

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: A Sister’s Nightmare (M) 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 7.30 TBA 8.40 The Secret Daughter 9.40 The Big Bang Theory 11.10 The Catch 12.05 Packed To The Raers 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans Go! 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: Sabotage (MA) 11.10 Taoo Fixers 12.05 Swamp Hunters 12.30 Adventure Time 1.00 Regular Show SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Searching For Sugarman 3.35 Shackleton 4.30 Wild Italy 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Ainsley Harrio’s Street Food 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 The Feed 10.30 SBS World News: Late Edion 11.00 Resistance 1.05 Movie: Rapt (M) 3.20 24 Hours In Police Custody 4.15 Food Lover’s Guide To Australia

GEM 1.50 River Coage Every Day 2.50 Heartbeat 4.00 Ellen 5.00 Gilmore Girls 6.00 First Test - Australia Vs South Africa 6.30 Friends 7.30 David Aenborough’s The Blue Planet 8.40 Cosmos: A Spaceme Odyssey 9.40 Nature’s Weirdest Events

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Gone (M) 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 7.30 First Dates 8.40 Gold Coast Medical 9.40 Cold Feet 10.40 Chicago Fire 11.35 Grey’s Anatomy 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans Go! 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: Beverly Hills Cop (M) 10.40 Donald Trump Roast 12.00 Swamp Hunters 12.30 Adventure Time

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 First Test - Australia V South Africa 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 6.00 Nine News 6.30 First Test - Australia V South Africa 8.00 TBA 8.30 Hyde & Seek 9.30 Australian Crime Stories 10.30 Person Of Interest 11.30 Undateable 12.00 A.D. Kingdom Empire 1.00 Extra

7 TWO 4.00 Medical Emergency 4.30 Escape To The Country 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme 8.30 Foyle’s War 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Scandal 1.30 Air Crash Invesgaons

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 The Cung Edge 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Unreal Estate 9.40 The Secret Life Of Growing Up 10.50 Doctor Doctor 11.45 20/20 12.35 Impraccal Jokers 1.00 Extra 1.30 Danoz

GEM 1.50 Come Dine With Me 2.20 Cosmos: A Spaceme Odyssey 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 New Tricks 8.40 Poirot 10.40 Cold Case 11.40 TBA 1.00 Home Shopping 1.00 Home Shopping 3.00 Cold Case

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Gourmet With Jusne Schofield 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 Bondi Vet 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 WIN News 6.30 The Project 7.30 All Star Family Fued 8.30 Have You Been Paying Aenon 9.30 Life In Pieces 10.30 The Odd Couple

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