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EUAN STRUTS INTO A NEW LEAD ROLE He has already been nominated twice for a Helpmann Award, including holding the record for being the youngest ever nominee for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical, and he has well and truly established himself on the Australian musical theatre stage, playing Paul San Marco in A Chorus Line, the role for which he received that history making Helpmann nomination, Marius in Les Miserables, and his second nominated performance, Felicia, in Priscilla Queen of the Desert. He was also critically acclaimed for his work in Kinky Boots, where he was one of the Angels, but also often took on the lead role of Lola, as well as turns in Legally Blonde and Grease. Millicent’s Euan Doidge has already wowed audiences in so many iconic lead roles and now he is set to take on one of the most iconic – a role that shot John Travolta to stardom – Tony, in Saturday Night Fever. As far as the audition process goes for these high profile productions, this one was relatively swift and simple, which was just as well as Euan had to fit it in on a short hiatus in between the Sydney and Adelaide runs of Priscilla. “It really was quite quick,” Euan said. “I went in and did the first round of the dance call with the director and the choreographer and I got called straight back and did some partner work with Melanie Hawkins.” While they did not know it at the time, that was the pairing that would

eventually secure the coveted roles. “I was also then asked back to do some scene work with her (Hawkins) and then that was basically it.” Cast decisions were then put on hold until towards the end of Euan’s stint as Felicia when he got the call. “I had to go back for one final call

back to work with the director and workshop some stuff but basically it was straight after that, I was told I had the part.” Euan had never seen the classic 1977 movie starring Travolta until he started preparing to snare the lead role.

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“It was not a movie I watched growing up but I did watch it once as part of my research,” he said. “But I still went into the auditions just ready to work on the material and do it how I thought he should be portrayed. For any role, I don’t like to do too much preparation but to go into it with an open mind and that allows me and the director to explore the role, to play around with the character and to do what the director is asking. You really create the character together. I guess I was fortunate that they saw me as him (Tony).” February 18 is the first day of rehearsals for the Australian cast, with the show officially kicking off on April 2 at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre. It does start previews on March 27. Initially the show is only confirmed for a five month run in Sydney but no doubt other Australia capitals will be looking to entice the iconic disco era show to grace their theatres as well. While Euan is clearly no stranger to holding down a lead role in a major production, he is acutely aware this is a role musical theatre and non-musical theatre aficionados alike, know so well. “So many people know this role from the movie so I certainly feel that responsibility,” Euan said. “It certainly is a distinct style of dancing. To be honest, I’m just really excited to get started.” Above - Euan Doidge with Saturday Night Fever co-star Melanie Hawkins.

PATS PUBLIC FORM MOUNT GAMBIER RSL & DISTRICT BOWLING CLUB • MOUNT GAMBIER February 18 (Pictured - Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell with concerned community members Lorraine Phillips & Margie Winterfield)

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COMMUNITY THROWS SUPPORT BEHIND SALEYARDS A robust crowd of almost 200 people gathered in Millicent at the end of last month in support of the town’s Saleyards facility. Graziers, agents, business owners and residents filled the venue to capacity, attending a public meeting called by Wattle Range Council following a decision made at its January meeting to consult with stakeholders seeking solutions to the current operating deficits of the yards. Many community members contributed to the public debate offering information and anecdotes supporting the social and financial benefits of the saleyards to the wider community. Suggestions were also made regarding possible measures for council to investigate to improve the long-term sustainability and therefore the economic impact to the broader Wattle Range community. A small group of stakeholders has undertaken to participate in a subsequent meeting to explore these options with council staff. Mayor Des Noll was impressed by the attendance at the public forum and is looking forward to further debate in the council chambers in the ensuing weeks.

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The champagne flowed on Monday night as the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre officially launched the 2019 Country Arts SA season in the Limestone Coast. The diverse program looks to ensure regional centres enjoy a diverse and rich arts calendar with major theatres, arts centres, galleries and community halls all getting a taste of the artists, exhibitions and performances on offer across South Australia in 2019. Highlights include the multi-award winning musical comedy-drama The Sapphires; Opera Australia’s exquisite Madama Butterfly, which will be performed in Italian with surtitles; a triple bill by Sydney Dance Company, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019; the high-octane physical theatre and parkour prowess of Jump First, Ask Later and the delightful, magical tale of

Oscar Wilde’s The Young King, brought to the stage by South Australia’s own, internationally acclaimed theatre company, Slingsby. 2018 was all about collaboration and this year will see Country Arts SA looking to build on that collaborative process with the premiere of new commissioned works including Euphoria by UK/Australian playwright Emily Steel, an intimate portrayal of the challenges of dealing with mental health in a regional community; and the untold stories of Australia’s Aboriginal Veterans brought to the fore in VIETNAM – ONE IN, ALL IN, a contemporary collection of multidisciplinary works by Aboriginal artists and curators. “The arts are essential to a strong and prosperous state, providing not only vibrancy, creativity and entertainment, but also a vital boost to the economy. I encourage you all to explore this year’s exciting program across rural and regional South Australia.” South Australian Premier Steven Marshall said. Country Arts SA chief executive officer Steve Saffell said they were delighted to be able to share a wideranging program for 2019. “We want to deliver great art to the regions and bring regional stories to life,” he said. “The 2019 program builds on our commitment to regional artists and the exchange of creative art making in local communities, with increased artist residency opportunities and community engagement.” Tickets to performances are on sale now through countryarts.org.au where full program details for the 2019 season can be found. Check your local arts venues for which Country Arts SA shows are heading your way. Above - The cast of The Sapphines - one of the high class productions set to grace the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre stage in 2019 as part of the Country Arts SA 2019 season.

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AT A GLANCE

ESCAPE TO THE BAY Port Macdonnell is set to rock on Saturday, February 23, as thousands of people pack an all-day street party at the coastal town’s Bay Escape festival. With gates opening at 11am, the Limestone Coast’s best food and wine vendors will join Port Mac’s own businesses to serve up a feast of fresh seafood and street food classics, with the region’s best wineries on hand for a tipple (or three) to follow. Live music kicks off at 11am on

COUNCIL THROWS SUPPORT BEHIND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS Wattle Range Council continues to support rural and regional students into tertiary study with the announcement that they will not only extend their commitment to its Flinders University scholarship scheme but also enter into a new agreement with University of South Australia offering further assistance with a brand-new scholarship program. At its Novmeber meeting last year, council resolved to extend its sponsorship of the existing Hon. Terry Roberts MLC Memorial student scholarship program with Flinders University for a further four years. Council will also fund a new Wattle Range Council scholarship program with UniSA consisting of two annual $2500 scholarships, also for the next four years. Assistance in both programs is offered to students who live in the Wattle Range area who will be commencing undergraduate study with either educational institution. The University of South Australia scholarship will be offered, one scholarship each year for a student studying on the Mount Gambier campus and the other for a student who will be relocating to study at one of the metropolitan campuses. The Flinders University Hon. Terry Roberts MLC Memorial student scholarship, which dates back to 2007, will be altered in the coming year from offering up to five scholarships of $1000 each, as well as two annual $2500 scholarships. Wattle Range Council Mayor Des Noll praised the scholarship initiatives. “It is in the interests of the entire region to encourage our young people to

undertake higher education,” he said. “Wattle Range Council has a smaller percentage of population (1%) attending University compared to the State average of 4.7%. These programs are designed to assist rural and regional students with the burdening costs of undertaking university study. This includes outlays for relocation, travel expenses, text books and the purchase of computer hardware and software. There is a clearly identified need and opportunity to then attract these people back to the region and the Council area when they have completed their studies or undertaken initial work placements in metropolitan areas. This is something that council is continually working on.” The University of South Australia’s Regional Manager Mount Gambier Ian McKay welcomed the council’s decision to extend its University Scholarship Program. “UniSA has a strong relationship with Wattle Range Council, and we are aware of the council’s commitment to enhancing the educational opportunities for its residents,” Mr McKay said. “The addition of two scholarships for students studying at UniSA will be a great benefit to students, and we are very appreciative of this initiative by the Council.” Students are urged to contact their university to obtain further information on eligibility and the application process. Above - University of South Australia Regional Manager Mount Gambier Ian McKay, Wattle Range Council CEO Ben Gower & Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll.

GOVERNMENT SERVICE CENTRE HEADED TO LUCINDALE The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre will be visiting Lucindale, opposite the Rural Transaction Centre, Musgrave Avenue this Thursday from 10am to 3.30pm. Staff can provide you with information and support for Australian Government payments and services for rural families, older Australians, students, job seekers, people with disability, carers, farmers and self- employed people. Information about Department of Veterans Affairs programs and support services for veterans and their families will also be available. They can also help you create a myGov account - a simple and secure way to access government services online.

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the Bay Escape summer stage with crowd favourites Any Other Sunday and Southern Undertow joining Mikey McInerney, Frayed Knot, Ake, Salty Bones and Ellyana Sims. The event is being held alongside Port Macdonnell’s new Waterfront precinct and coordinator Ryan Donovan said the event is designed to show off the town’s revamped tourism facilities. “We’re working hard to put on an amazing day for everyone up at the Bay,” he said. “We’ve put in a special order for blue skies and sunshine and with the amount of good food and wine on offer, I guarantee everyone will go home with a smile on their dial.” Mr Donovan said children’s entertainment will feature all day and a big audience is expected to watch as local ‘celebrities’ wipe out in the Celebrity Mechanical Surfboard Challenge in the mid-afternoon. Event mascot Jay the Cray will be on hand for selfie opportunities during the day and host a special dance-off near the main stage in the afternoon.

Those who want to leave the car at home and enjoy a cheeky wine, the Bay Escape Express bus service will ferry guests to and from the event, leaving Mount Gambier’s Jens Hotel at 10.30am, 12, 1.30 and 3pm and leaving Port Macdonnell at 12.45, 2.15, 3.45, 5 and 6pm, for just a gold coin donation. For more event information and bus timetables, visit the Bay Escape Facebook page at @ bayescapeportmacdonnell or Instagram at @bay_escape


ART AWARDS DEADLINE APPROACHES WINDFALL FOR YOUNG GUNS The clock is ticking for local artists as the deadline for the 2019 South East Art Society (SEAS) Open Art Awards fast approaches. March 8 is the closing date for entries, with the exhibition for the 2019 contenders set to open at the Riddoch Art Gallery at March 22 and run until May 12. Jamie Spicer and Ella Cresp took the honours in 2018 at the South East Art Society Open Art Awards, with Jamie (pictured right) taking out the major $1500 prize for her painting – Through the Window. The Open Art Awards is for all artists and the 2019 categories are different to previous years, with the new category of Video being added to the awards scheme. All works are eligible for the Open Art Awards prize of $1500. There are also category prizes of $500 each, including Youth Award, Inclusive Award & Patron’s Award. Categories are acrylics and oils, ceramics/textiles/ other, photography, works on paper, sculpture and the new video category. Judges for the 2019 Open Art Awards are Eliza Dallwitz, the curator from Art Images Gallery, in Adelaide, and Riddoch Art Gallery director Dr Melentie Pandilovski. Works need to be delivered to the gallery on March 15, between 10am and 3pm. The awards coincide with Mount Gambier’s Fringe celebrations and the South East Art Society is set to tap into the Fringe crowd with a pop-up

event – Spark Your Art in the Park. The society will be in the Cave Gardens on March 30 and 31 and will be looking for community members to get involved. The Fringe event will build on the hugely successful Open Day, held at the society’s headquarters, The Stables, on January 19, with a range of workshops also on offer, for both beginners and those looking to develop their current skills, with pottery proving to be one of the more popular on offer, with painting and sculpture also on the program. Information and details available by contacting South East Art Society on mobile 0427 453 522 and/or email southeastartsociety@hotmail.com or visit SEAS on Facebook and Instagram media pages for workshop scheduling dates and times.

Samuel Linton and Jackson Bowden are the latest recipients of financial assistance from the Wattle Range Council Youth Development Foundation to assist with costs associated with their individual sporting endeavours. Samuel received $400 from council following his selection as coach of the Christian Football Australia National Academy Under 19 Men’s squad, that travelled to Valencia Spain to compete in the Australian National Under 19 Men’s Tour last month. Jackson received $200 from council following his selection to compete in the 2019 Australian Junior Basketball Cup in Albury, also last month. Application forms for Youth Foundation Grants are available on council’s website www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/youthdevelopment-foundation-grants Above (left) - Mayor Des Noll with Samuel Linton. Above (right) - Mayor Des Noll with Jackson Bowden.

NEW WEBSITE AND APP REAPS REWARDS Regional Victoria has scored the state’s lowest unemployment rate on record with Glenelg Shire assisting to lead the economic boom, according to the latest ABS data. The shire’s unemployment rate fell to 4.8 per cent from 5.2 per cent over the 12 month period from September 2017 to 2018. ABS results shows the state’s regional

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unemployment rate sits at 4.3 per cent – the lowest in the nation. Glenelg Shire Council CEO Greg Burgoyne said council had been working hard to attract new investment and drive job growth to record one of the State’s lowest unemployment figures. He said further investment in renewables, engineering, agriculture,

timber and tourism were leading local employment opportunities. “Policy certainty, particularly in the renewables sector, is attracting unprecedented investment and therefore job opportunities,” Mr Burgoyne said. “A number of businesses are currently at full operating capacity and expansion is a real possibility to cope with increasing demand. We are sitting in a good position with our economy growing and with further momentum expected into the future. We have affordable housing, excellent health services and education and improving transport connectivity. Adding to this the rollout of improved NBN services makes it easier to communicate and do business than ever before.” The shire’s new job website and digital app www. thisisportland.com.au is further aiding the ease of finding a local job, and to fill local vacancies for employers. The ‘one-stop shop’ provides the region’s local job vacancies, information on local events, real estate opportunities and business services guide. Mr Burgoyne said new jobs in a wealth of sectors were being added daily to the site providing opportunities for professional, skilled and unskilled workers. “This digital platform is showcasing our beautiful region to a global audience illustrating the vast opportunities both professionally and personally which are on offer,” he said. “The testimonials from some of our newest residents pay tribute to why so many people revel in our relaxed and welcoming community and don’t ever want to leave.” To learn more visit www.thisisportland.com.au



AT A GLANCE

COMMUNITY GENEROSITY SHINES THROUGH The local community dug deep to support those in need, raising almost $30,000 for the 2018 Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal, the highest amount in several years. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin is grateful for the support of generous donors who contributed to the appeal. “Now that we have collated the donations for 2018, I thank everyone who took the time to support the cause and think of the less fortunate in our community,” Mayor Martin said. “I am so pleased that our community could come together to raise almost $30,000 to provide hampers, toys, food vouchers and gift cards for those in need.” The funds raised through the appeal are provided to local welfare agencies the Salvation Army, St Vincent de Paul Society, Uniting Care Mount Gambier, ac.care and Lifeline South East, who distribute food hampers and other benefits to

those who require a helping hand at Christmas. “Last year, the agencies assisted a total of 739 children, 670 adults and 454 families through the Christmas Cheer program and I thank them for their hard work,” Mayor Martin said. “I’d also like to recognise the ongoing support of Mount Gambier Central and the Men’s Shed for its donation of handmade toys.” Local training and apprenticeship provider Group Training Employment made the final donation of $1000 to the 2018 appeal. “The GTE board feels that the appeal is such a wonderful thing for our community, it’s a pleasure to support it,” Group Training Employment chair Julie Reis said. Donations to the appeal can be made all year round through the following channels: • Call Council on (08)8721 2555 with your credit card details on hand. • In person at the City of Mount Gambier Customer Service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. • Send a cheque made out to ‘City of Mount Gambier’ PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal, to enable a tax invoice to be issued. Above - GTE General Manager Brenton Lewis and Chair Julie Reis presented a $1000 donation to City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin (left) for the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.

ARTS FESTIVAL STARTING TO TAKE SHAPE The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival highlights excellence through the involvement of local, national and international artists and the 2019 program is really starting to take shape. Promoting Penola’s rich literary, art and cultural heritage, and the fine wines of Coonawarra, the festival boasts a program that includes ore than 80 exhibitions, workshops, festival flavours and performances throughout more than 40 venues in Penola, and within many of Coonawarra’s world-renowned wineries. It is considered one of Australia’s leading regional arts festivals. Highlights from the 2019 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival include: • The announcement of the 2019 John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize winner, receiving $10,000, and the 2019 Design Prize • Penola’s new Town Square will be the ‘Gateway’ to the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival. Head to the square, meet up with friends, grab your festival guide and set off on your day’s adventures. Meander to Penola’s historical heart of Petticoat Lane, reimagined as the contemporary cultural hub of our arts festival.

• Co-Opera is back and this year the festival celebrates 25 successive years of Co-Opera performing at the regional festival with a performance of the quintessential opera, Mozart’s Don Giovanni. • An exciting line-up for the Kids Program – including harnessing, creating and designing projects ‘From the Natural World’ - including kite making and flying, terrariums and much more. • A weekend of live music, featuring Saturday night ‘Shenanigan’s’ at the Coonawarra Hall - plus concert bands to country and western, indie, rock and roots music and everything in between - at venues throughout the Penola township • Sunday’s popular Literary Brunch is on again, with renowned author Jock Serong and his latest book ‘Preservation’. The full program of events will be released on March 21 and all event details and tickets are available at www.artsfestival.com.au

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SATURDAY 16TH 1.30-2.00PM

17 Donovans Road, Donovans

68 Ascot Way, Su ontown

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Lot 105, Hillview Lane, Compton

SATURDAY 16TH 12.45-1.15PM

$459,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 16TH 11.15-11.45AM

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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Lot 100 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek $169,000

73 William Road, Worrolong

Highest & Best Offers

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Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

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Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5694m2


Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Bernie Manser

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 490 Kennedy Road, Glencoe

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4 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM

$465,000 - EXPANSIVE FAMILY LIVING

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This excep onal family home is located on a double 1774 m2 allotment in the Conroe Heights area and offers spacious family living and a func onal floor plan with many rare extras. The solid built, brick and le home offers large open plan living, with areas to retreat if required. The sizable kitchen overlooks the generous dining & family areas and features electric cooking, a walk- in pantry, a double sink, dishwasher with ample cupboard and bench space. The main bathroom features a bath & shower with a separate vanity area, a separate toilet which services three of the 4 spacious bedrooms. The main bedroom offers a walk-in wardrobe with built in robes in two of the remaining three bedrooms. One of the rari es within this property is the fully self-contained flat/unit located under the main roof. This amazing area offers a bedroom, spacious lounge area, mber kitchen, bathroom with shower, vanity and a toilet plus reverse cycle air condi oning. This unique component of the home would be perfect to house visitors, a family member you care for, a boarder or would be the perfect teenager’s retreat. Other features of this spectacular home include a dedicated office with a built in desks and overhead storage, a formal lounge room, a large laundry with cupboard space, reverse cycle ducted air condi oning, an undercover outdoor entertaining area with spectacular views, 2 x double car garages under the main roof with internal access located at each end of the home, one with a toilet and vanity and 3 remote roller doors, a 9 x 6 workshop with cement floor and power and a 4m x 9m x 3m high caravan enclosure with power & zip track blinds.

PRIME DAIRYING PROPERTY

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5 Jenkins Street, Mount Gambier

7 John Fallas Drive, Compton

2 Parkway Ave, Mount Gambier

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

$229,000

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$515,000

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SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN

$280,000

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This warm, welcoming family home occupies an elevated 4.17 acre allotment and is located just minutes from Mount Gambier. If space, privacy and magnificent views are what you dream of, this spacious and func onal home will not disappoint. Features of the home include three large bedrooms, the main with ensuite & WIR, and BIRs in the remaining two bedrooms. A large open plan kitchen and meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry overlooks the paved undercover alfesco area, perfect for entertaining family and friends with spectacular views. The sizable rumpus/family room offers more space to entertain or a fantas c games room for teenage kids. Other a ributes of the home include a separate toilet, a generous laundry, a centrally located slow combus on wood heater & reverse cycle air condi oning, Outside offers 3 x 9000gallon rain water tanks, a fully equipped bore, 15m x 7.5m shed with 2 remote roller doors, 5kw solar system, hay shed/horse float shed, 3 horse shelters, a chook run and a round yard.

Lot 12 Glenelg River Road, OB Flat

16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell

22 – 40 Bishop Road, Mount Gambier

NE W

9 Duigan Street, Mount Gambier

$169,000

LAND

$315,000

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1 person operated, 32 cow rotary dairy fully computerised Fullwood milking plant and heat me heat and health detec on system, currently milking 210 head, Producing up to 125,000 milk solids annually, 50KA backup generator, separate calf raring shed with auto calf feeder. Other Property Features include 315 acres across 3 Titles, 150 acres of irriga on, watered by 2 pivots, Water licence of approx 400 megs with water monitors installed for effec ve water use, 3 equipped bores, central laneway allowing easy access to 19 well fenced paddocks, large machinery shed, show shed and large hay shed 102 solar panels installed and solar hot water for dairy and house, Health status Dairy score 10. THE HOME - Tastefully renovated whilst s ll preserving many original features. 4 large Bedrooms main with walk in robe and en-suite, main bathroom servicing the remaining three bedrooms, colonial style mber kitchen with an induc on cooktop, dishwasher, large pantry, ample cupboard space and overlooks the spacious dining / living area. Other features of the home include a formal lounge, reverse cycle ducted hea ng and cooling, 12 foot ceilings, spectacular lead light front door and a remarkable verandah with rear decking.

$87,500

FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

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1716M2 BLOCK

OPEN

OPEN

Saturday 16th

Saturday 16th

11.00 - 11.30

9.30 - 10.00 OPEN

$339,000

Saturday 16th

10.15 - 10.45

OPEN Saturday 16th

11.00 - 11.30

N EW

N EW

1ST OPEN

$379,000

OPEN

$306,000

Saturday 16th

11.45 - 12.15

4 N EW

CURRENTLY LEASED AT $200 PER WEEK

NEW KITCHEN

CURRENTLY LEASED AT $165 PER WEEK

CURRENTLY LEASED AT $185 PER WEEK

WITH 12M X 8M GI SHED ZONED LIGHT INDUSTRIAL

SHEDS, SHEDS, SHEDS

$379,000

1122M2 BLOCK

12 ACRES + HUGE SHEDS

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 27 Gwendoline Street

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10 Emerald Drive

$449,000

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This impressive Return Verandah Villa is situated on a coveted 1398m2 (approx.) corner allotment an easy walking distance to the Blue Lake and the city’s cafes, Restaurants and OPEN great shopping. Held in the same Family for nearly 100 FRI years – Act now to secure 5.00 - 5.30 your dream home!

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$319,500

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8 Winfield Court

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$529,500

Nestled at the end of a long driveway is this gracious Villa located on 4,900m2 (approx) within easy walking distance to the city centre. High cealings, leadlight features and lovely OPEN big rooms, this gorgeous home will accommodate the family SAT that wants space but still be 9.30 - 10.00 within easy reach of the city.

Fantastic value for money home in quiet cul-de-sac amongst other OPEN OPEN quality homes. Plenty about this FRI SAT 5.00 - 5.30 11.30 - 12.00 property to like.

20 Patricia Court

NEW

21 Canavan Road

NEW

2/2B Lake Terrace West

5 Hilltop Avenue

REDUCED

18 Cobblestone Court

NEW PRICE 4

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$449,000

Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new OPEN home stands out in a SAT crowd. Inspection will 9.15-9.45 not disappoint.

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$234,500

The perfect homette, solid construction, torrens title and immaculate presentation. Cul-de-sac location and only minutes to the city OPEN centre. Absolute quality, SAT this won’t last long! 10.00 - 10.30 Vendors keen to sell!

5 West Street

20 Cobblestone Court

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$335,000

Blue ribbon location! A short stroll to the Blue Lake or city centre. Beautifully maintained home – very classy and OPEN appealing – inspect SAT now! 10.15 - 10.45

11 Ellwood Court

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$390,000

Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home OPEN for those looking for SAT low maintenance 10.45 - 11.15 living and flat rear

3 Warrick Close

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$389,500

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Live the high life in this elevated stylish property with gorgeous views. If size matters then this big beautiful home will tick OPEN all the boxes. Fantastic SAT shedding/storage on 11.00 - 11.30 offer. Inspect now!

13 Brolga Street

NEW PRICE 4

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$495,000

Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you won’t be disappointed OPEN here – the definition of SAT splendour! In conjunction 11.00 - 11.30 with Key2Sale Real Estate.

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$195,000

Great first home or investment property, close to all amenities. Say goodbye to the landlord or become one! Inspect ASAP.

14 Houston Drive

11 Graney Court

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$274,500

Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place. Deceivingly spacious – a fantastic family home.

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2/3 Kilsby Place 39 Starline Place

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$379,000

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$419,000

Fantastic location, solid & spacious family home. Boasting extra large living areas, high ceilings, gourmet kitchen & additional shedding. Surrounded by quality homes. Popular St Martins precinct. Put this on your list!

1A Naylor Place

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$235,000-$240,000

Solid construction family home in the popular Birdsville area. Featuring four bedrooms, main bedroom with ensuite and built in robes. Spacious kitchen/ living/dining, formal lounge – ticks all the boxes!

60 Harrald Street

NEW PRICE $525,000

Location, position, quality and excellence! Bask in the luxury that this magnificent home has to offer. The property has been designed for the most discerning home owner with versatile living spaces to suit your family dynamic. All on a generous north facing allotment overlooking a stunning reserve.

RENTALS 1/7 Holder Street

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This beautiful home will impress the most discerning buyer, located close to St Martins Lutheran College & MacDonald Park Primary School – Inspect asap. Inspections by private appointment only.

19 Noojee Street

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$325,000

Ideally positioned in a quiet cul de sac a short distance from the city centre, great flexible floor plan and fantastic shedding.

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$395,000

Low maintenance luxurious home in the lakes precinct – Modern living at its best. Currently leased. Please phone for an inspection asap.

a approx 3,199m2

$225,000

Attention developers! A rare opportunity to purchase a large allotment approx 3,199m2 on 2 titles. Elevated northern aspect & 2 street access. Water & sewer connected. A short stroll to parklands, shops, schools & restaurants.

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 1

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Avail now $115 per week

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Avail 5/4/19 $140 per week

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Avail 25/2/19 $275 per week

4 Tenterden, Pt MacDonnell

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Avail Now $295 per week

7 Max Young Drive

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Avail now $300 per week

13 Old Kent Court

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Avail now $330 per week

4 Tenison Drive

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Avail now $400 per week

78B Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell 4

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Avail now $475 per week

45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown 3

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Avail now POA

4 Tenterden, Pt MacDonnell

78B Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell

Avail Now 2 1 2 $295 pw • Very tidy 2 bedroom brick home • Main bedroom with built in robes • Lounge with slow combustion heater • Kitchen/dine area with electric cooking • Single garage UMR + detached single garage • Great size rear yard • Pets negotiable

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Avail Now 4 2 2 $475 pw • Upstairs living, four bedroom, two bathrooms • Open dining, living and kitchen with granite benchtops & hardwood floors • R/C air conditioning • Lift • Front and rear balconies overlooking harbour • Double Garage with high clearance • No Pets ** INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

7 Max Young Drive

Avail Now 3 1 1 $300 pw • 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Separate lounge • Kitchen/dining or family room • Electric cooking • Gas heating • Single garage with internal access • Decking area • No pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

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

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Contact our office today to view our current properties or find us on Facebook 6-101 Jubilee Hwy East

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$139,500

Very spacious unit in a great complex close to all amenities. Located at the rear with a great private back yard. Currently leased – nest or invest!

NEW

8 Truman Street

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$339,500

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This appealing two storey residence has a welcoming atmosphere and a great combination of warmth and charm, all in all the perfect family home located in the popular Lakes precinct.

NEW

SPRINGVIEW ESTATE STAGE 2 NEW RELEASE

NEW

5 Bond Street

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$312,500

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Priced from $120,000

52 Elizabeth Street

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FREEHOLD ONLY

1 Springs Road Port MacDonnell

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$499,000

Picture perfect beachside living boasting breathtaking sea views. Three bedrooms, two stunning bathrooms, multiple living spaces, indoor and outdoor dining areas boast magical sea views. 8m x 6m, colourbond shed primed for the boat – stunning and feature packed!

RENTALS 4 Tenison Drive

$650,000

Rare opportunity – Zoned Commercial Showroom/Workshop – storage, office areas, plenty off street parking, huge floor area, on over 1,900m2, existing longstanding tenant. Contact agents for further details.

25 Bertha Street

a approx 934m2

A large allotment just 600m to Donovan’s Landing. Power and STEDS connections passing. Quality and developing location, only 6km to Nelson or a 20 minute drive to Mount Gambier. Call your builder today!

23 McArthur Street

4 Margaret Street

Highest/best offer by 5pm 15th February 2019 unless sold beforehand This charming home is located in a sought after inner city street, nestled on a low maintenance allotment, gleaming timber floors, high character ceilings and lovely eat in country kitchen.

NEW

$110,000

a 1,397m2 approx Lot 220 - 1,245m2 approx Lot 221 - 1,244m2 approx $120,000 PER ALLOTMENT Lot 252 – 1,195m2 approx $125,000 PER ALLOTMENT Lot 251 - 1,195m2 approx Exciting new release in one of Mount Gambier’s most popular Estates. Limited number of allotments released starting from 1,195m2. Services include power, water, sewer, Telstra as well as colorbond fencing.

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$184,500

$214,500

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$201,000

Excellent property to suit First home buyers, Investors and Retirees – nothing to do but move in – nestled on a lovely landscaped allotment in a fantastic central position – inspect ASAP!

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$115,000

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A unit with a difference, ideal for those with a caravan or boat. 2 street access to private yard. Fresh paint & carpet. Close to the City centre.

3 Holloway Street Donovans

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$335,000

It will capture your heart – this near new riverside cottage is the perfect compromise for a family. An impressive home to live in, only 600m to the Donovan’s Landing, 6km to all conveniences at Nelson or a 20 minute drive to Mount Gambier. An envious lifestyle starts here!

2/56 Brownes Road

Affordable family living – tastefully renovated & presented home ideal for a growing family or investor. Large corner allotment & secure yard. Loads of cover for vehicles. Priced to sell, be quick to act!

9 Peake Street

A fantastic inner city location – ideal site for your family home or unit development (s.t.c.c). Only minutes to quality schools, parklands, restaurants & café’s. Leave the car at home! Call now to secure your prime location.

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Exceptional family home offering sweeping city views. Four large bedrooms all with built in robes. Spacious north facing formal lounge. Desirably close to Reidy Park Primary School & Tenison Woods College.

1 Holloway Street Donovans

7/54 Jubilee Highway West

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$189,000 - $199,000

Located in a quiet & small complex, offering 2 large bedrooms, formal lounge with gas heating, neat & private rear yard. Single garage UMR. Fantastic location within walking distance to Collins Court Shopping Complex.

22 Bertha Street

$195,000

A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!

3/25 John Street

4/4 Underwood Avenue

REDUCED

$190,000

Great central unit located in a quiet group of three. Currently leased. Ideal investment to add to your portfolio. Inspect asap!

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$259,500

Inner city cottage with nothing to do, high ceilings, timber floors. Great inner city living or Air BNB. Absolutely Fabulous! Inspect asap.

84 Lake Terrace East

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$249,500

Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a gorgeous family home. Beautiful timber kitchen, generous room sizes, outdoor entertaining & car cover.

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

COMMERCIAL

53 Commercial Street East

2/2 James Street

66 Sturt Street

• 2/2 James Street • 66 Sturt Street • 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3 1 4 $400 pw • 3 bedrooms all with built-ins • office or 4th bedroom • Separate lounge • Kitchen/dining/living area • Rumpus room • Double garage and separate carport • Beautifully maintained gardens • Large yard area surrounding the home • Pets negotiable **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

• 3A Mitchell Street

Avail Now

Avail Now

Avail Now

• 53 Commercial Street East

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

• 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area

• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx. 98.16m2 • Polished floorboards throughout • 2 double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1500 pcm first year + GST & outgoings * Great incentives on offer from lessor • POA

• Front showroom, office and store • Workshop with mezzanine level • High traffic area with great exposure • 3 phase power • Off street parking • Available now

• 5 Mitchell Street

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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Phoebe Douglas 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Emma Beare

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10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier enquiries@vickiquinnrealestate.com.au www.vickiquinnrealestate.com.au Follow us on

2 HUNTINGDALE COURT

$459,000 4

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RLA 204710

81 WEHL STREET NORTH

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$319,000 3

OPEN

No stone has been left unturned in the presentation of this immaculate 4-bedroom home, elevated and situated on a corner allotment. North facing windows in the open plan kitchen/dine/family allow for loads of natural light to filter through, lush gardens are an aspect from virtually every window of the home. 2Pak cabinetry in the kitchen blend nicely with the stainless-steel appliances. The main bedroom features a spacious walk in robe and ensuite, whilst the remaining bedrooms all have built in robes. For convenience the main bathroom is 3 way, ideal for the family or guests. Quality windows furnishings adorn the formal and informal living areas, giving the home an incredible richness yet a real feeling of home. Internal access is available through the double garage with remote roller doors, in addition there is a rear workshop with power ideal for the man who loves to tinker. Ducted gas heating and a split system reverse cycle unit as both on offer, ensuring year-round comfort at home. Rarely will you find a solid home with 9-foot ceilings in this estate, located oh so close to Saint Martin’s (R to 12) Lutheran School and the city centre.

102 GRAY STREET

$549,000 3

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SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM

ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN MAX YOUNG PARK

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IDEAL FOR THE TRADIE AND BIG BOY’S TOYS Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house. 5 kilowatt solar panels. Situated on a corner with vehicle access to 3 bay stone shed with approx. 2,7 metre clearance. and 2 remote Roller doors. Double glaze windows too many extras to list, inspection a must.

4/2A ARBOR STREET

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BOASTING LOCATION AND GREAT LOOKS More than just another homette. This stunning property has had a complete makeover. Gorgeous living areas in grey and white, gas cooking. Split system reverse cycle heating cooling. 2 double size bedrooms both with built in robes. Internal access from the garage with remote roller door. Lovely outdoor entertaining undercover. There’s not much not to love about this ripper. Walk to pop up bars at the Railway Precinct from this blue chip location.

Outstanding Character In City Location Main bathroom with spa and European laundry. Formal lounge with ambient gas log heating. Reading room/office North facing. Open plan dine/kitchen and family offering loads of natural light, heating and cooling. Stone benchtops in the antique white kitchen. Sliding doors spill from the dining to undercover deck ideal for. entertaining which overlooks the immaculate rear yard. Offering a double carport plus double rear shed with power. Perfect for the red wine collection is the cellar under the rear of the home. Gorgeous stunning features throughout, presentation inside and out is nothing short of first class. Inspection by appointment.

24/184 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST LEASED AT $275 P/W

$215,000 3

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MODERN COURTYARD HOME – OFFERS INVITED Located in the Finchley Grove development within a short walk to a shopping centre and eateries. This 3 bedroom courtyard home is styled with neutral colourings throughout. Open plan kitchen/dining area with gas cooktop and dishwasher. 3 large bedrooms, all with BIR. Three-way bathroom with separate bath and shower. Large laundry with loads of storage space. Gas ducted heating throughout + split system in the lounge room. Single remote garage with internal access. Relax or entertain in the large pergola area. Currently leased at $275 p/w.

Please phone Vicki on 0417 804 782

24 BOANDIK TERRACE

$259,000 3

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21 TURNBULL DRIVE

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$529,000 4

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UNDER CONTRACT

DELIGHTFUL STONE HOME

STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE

Walking distance to the Blue Lake/ railands & main street. What we love about the home: Position on the high side of the street, Offer 3 good sized bedrooms plus an office or 4th bedroom, Spacious 2 pak kitchen/dining space with Miele dishwasher, walk-in pantry & reverse cycle split system – opening out to double French doors, Bathroom with wall to wall mirror, shower, bath, vanity & separate toilet. Formal lounge room with polished floor boards and slow combustion heating, Great outdoor area with garden shed, chook pen or another shed. Enclosed wood area or a great storage spot.

Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique floorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath. Sliding doors spill from the family room to the superb outdoor entertaining, sheltered by zip track blinds. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout the home is powered by 3 Phase, ensuring cost effective comfort all year round. Vehicle access is available to the double colorbond shed (approx. 6M X 9M). With power in the rear yard.

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16 SUNNYSIDE DRIVE

Available Now @ $320 p/wk 4 1 2 A 30 second walk to the Blue Lake


08 8725 7770

44a Gray Street, Mount Gambier www.bluelakerealestate.com.au admin@bluelakerealestate.com.au

Kathryn Weddell-Lucas SALES

Silvia Howlett LEASING

Stacey Johnston LEASING

Lydia Lancaster-Hill ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

0457 759 788

08 8725 7770

08 8725 7770

08 8725 7770

9 O’Loughlin Street, Nangwarry

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$129,000

The property is conveniently situated in the centre of Nangwarry, opposite the general store, on a 631m2 allotment. The current owner has ensured that the property is always maintained, giving you peace of mind. Just bring your belongings and enjoy your new home! The following works have been carried out: • All outer walls and ceiling cavity are insulated • New colorbond roof • Interior walls and ceilings have been replaced • The dwelling has been re-wired • Kitchen is upgraded, with ample storage & gas cooking • A split system air conditioner has been installed in the living room • Built in robes, with mirror doors in the main bedroom • Instant gas hot water system • Upgraded bathroom with separate shower and bath

OPEN FOR INSPECTION Saturday February 16th 9.45 – 10.15 5 Monash Cres 11.00 – 11.30 6 Laffer St, Nangwarry 11.45 – 12.15 9 O’Loughlin St, Nangwarry 12.45 – 1.30 57 Portland St, Penola

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$459,500

Situated in a new subdivision, adjacent to sporting fields and close to Penola High School, is this near new home with ample shedding. The property is very well presented and offers: • Large open plan family/dine/kitchen • Kitchen with modern appliances and walk in pantry room • Main bedroom with walk in robe and large ensuite with double vanity • Bedroom two with built in robes, desk and drawers • Bedroom three, with built in robes, overlooks the rear garden • Fabulous indoor/outdoor room – currently utilised as second living • Main bathroom with spa bath and separate shower • Slow combustion heating connected to hot water service • 5kw solar system

• A fully fenced, level allotment of 768m2 on the northern edge of Nangwarry • Double insulation to all exterior walls & wiring has been redone • Freshly painted interior, halogen lighting • Instant gas hot water system • Large living room with split system air conditioner, slow combustion heater & ceiling fan • Dine in kitchen with electric appliances • Three bedrooms, main with built in, mirror front robes & ceiling fan • Bathroom with shower over bath • Large rear deck with clear patio blinds • Double iron garage, concrete floor and power, with two roller doors

6 Laffer Street, Nangwarry

RLA 253701

57 Portland Street, Penola

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$135,000

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2/101 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier

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$149,000

PERFECT FOR YOUR FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT Located in a group of ten units, each with its own carport and small rear yard. This property is an ideal starter or investment. • Living room with split system air conditioner • Kitchen/dine with electric cooking and ample storage and bench space • Two bedrooms, main is spacious with built in robes • Bathroom with separate shower and bath • Storage room under the main roof with external access, perfect for your suitcases, Christmas tree, camping gear – all of the things you don’t use every day! • An attached single carport enables you to keep your car out of the elements • The property is currently tenanted making it an ideal addition to your investment portfolio

5 Monash Crescent, Mount Gambier

3 1 3 REDUCED BY $10,000 • Solid stone home situated on the high side of the road • Living room plus formal dining room, each with views to the east and the south • Light and airy dine in kitchen with electric cooking • Slow combustion heating plus oil heater

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$249,500 • Three queen size bedrooms, main with views to the east • Large bathroom with separate shower and bath plus a second toilet • Large laundry • Rear sunroom • Stone shed approx. 14m x 6.5m with room for 3 vehicles


Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

4-6 Burney Street, Allendale East

6 Parkway Avenue, Mount Gambier Open

Open

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30

NEW > 4 BED FAMILY HOME IN CONROE ESTATE

NEW > QUALITY FAMILY HOME IN PEACEFUL TOWNSHIP

Welcome to 6 Parkway Avenue, offering an immaculately cared for one owner 4 bedroom brick and tile home. Well located in the Conroe Heights precinct, the home offers a spacious floor plan, including main bedroom with BIR, open plan kitchen/dining/family area featuring updated timber kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking. Larger families will like the separate formal lounge, located at the front of the home. Gas ducted heating, solar system, central bathroom with bath, shower & vanity, plus separate toilet and laundry complete the home. Outside a delightful north facing pergola area adjoins the living room and a flat low maintenance back yard features rear yard access and garden shed. A detached double car garage offers excellent shedding and the attractive front yard with established trees provides an appealing garden setting. Neat as a pin and ready to move in!!

Built in 2011 this beautifully presented family home offers all the modern conveniences for comfortable family living! Features include large master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, three additional bedrooms two of which feature BIR’s. A huge tiled open plan living area features stylish kitchen with walk in pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking plus children’s play room. Lovely main bathroom with shower, spa bath & vanity plus separate toilet and laundry. Outdoor alfresco area - with quality patio blinds, double car garage UMR plus rear yard access to a 9m x 7.5m colourbond shed with 2.5m clearance power & concrete floor. The double block provides loads of space outside for children and pets to play. Extras include r/c ducted heating & cooling, rainwater, ducted vacuum system and bore ready to equip. Located close to Allendale East Area School and General Store, a 20 minute drive to Mt Gambier and only a 5 minute drive south to the beach at Port MacDonnell.

$279,000

Sharne Evans Alanna Guthridge CLIENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416 P: 08 8723 3416

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 4

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER $369,500 each

Open

$269,000

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NEW PRICE 6 MAYFLOWER CRT, MT GAMBIER $365,000

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1 WALLACE STREET, MT GAMBIER

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$499,000

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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49 BERTHA STREET, MT GAMBIER

NEW PRICE 3 CHANTILLY PL, MT GAMBIER $595,000 - $615,000

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19 NOOJEE STREET, MT GAMBIER

$549,000

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$325,000

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SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

- Large 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home with two large living areas. - Additional spacious visitor’s quarters including 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room and dedicated study. - Huge 10kW solar system. - Enormous 80m2 enclosed entertainment area with outdoor kitchen, O.F.P & wood pizza oven.

- This stunning property is situated in one of the city’s most sought after areas and provides you with peace of mind with state of the art security features - Offering three bedrooms, the master suite is luxuriously finished off with resort style ensuite featuring spa bath, double vanity and frameless double shower - The open space living area with gorgeous Jarrah floorboards

- Fantastic low maintenance family home, in a quiet cul-de-sac - Boasting open plan living area with raked ceilings, 2pak kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dishwasher & pantry, plus dining and living areas with gas log fire - Offering 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s and dedicated study, the master with ensuite including spa bath - In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 16 GADEN STREET, MT GAMBIER $209,000

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1 KOOKABURRA COURT, MT GAMBIER

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24 COMPTON ST, PORT MACDONNELL

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$149,000

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SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

- Perfectly positioned in the highly desirable lakes location. - Offering three spacious bedrooms, including master suite with open fireplace, walk-in robe and ensuite and additional bedrooms with built in robes. - Stylish open plan kitchen and dining area with Smeg cooking appliances, breakfast bar and timber herringbone flooring. - This is a unique buying opportunity that you won't want to miss

Open

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

Gail 0409 268 199 or Sara 0438 708 281

Open

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

$269,000

- Affordable family home of solid construction with ample room for the family - Large lounge with split system a/c, separate dining room off the kitchen / meals area and family room with s/c heating - Renovated bathroom featuring frameless shower, separate bath and modern vanity - Outside offers paved pergola, single carport, solar plus shedding

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

- Why build when all the hard work is done? - Quality and space in sought after area - Boasting 2 living areas, double garage, spacious and secure alfresco area and established gardens - Offering 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and the 3 remaining bedrooms feature BIR’s - Secure alfresco area with no nonsense backyard

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- The ultimate entertainer, this stylish home is perfect for a family in need of a low maintenance lifestyle with all the modern luxuries - Light filled open plan living space with the modern kitchen offering electric amenities - 4 Bedrooms or 3 plus study - Semi-enclosed alfresco dining area with timber decking - Double garage UMR with remote and internal access

Open

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NEW PRICE 18 BADENOCH ST, MT GAMBIER

THURSDAY 5.45-6.15

- Stylish 3 bedroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac - Two-way bathroom plus all bedrooms with BIR’s - Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with gas heating & R/C air conditioning - Modern kitchen with dishwasher & gas/electric cooking - Inspect today to be impressed Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 3 LILLYPILLY COURT, WORROLONG $329,000

THURSDAY 5.30-6.00

- Two fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, two living area, double garage , executive units, positioned in close proximity to Market Place Shopping Centre, TAFE & Mount Gambier Hospital. - Perfect investment properties or low maintenance lifestyle propositions. - Unit 1 – Currently operating as an Air BnB offered fully furnished with excellent figures. • Unit 2 – Currently owner occupied with lots of quality extras. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 2 2

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

24 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

$379,000

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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SATURDAY 12.45-1.15

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45 Solid & spacious family home in the sought-after Birdsville Area. Large master suite with WIR & ensuite. Formal lounge area or home theatre room. Three additional bedrooms (all with BIRs) plus dedicated office or 5th bedroom. - Beautifully renovated solid timber kitchen, offering new appliances, including two drawer dishwasher.

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Great little weekender or holiday house for Summer by the beach! 607m2 flat allotment with rear yard access to single iron garage. Kitchen/dining with electric cooking, lounge with s/c wood heating. One bedroom plus family room which can double as a second bedroom, if required. - Bathroom with shower, toilet & basin. - Rear under cover patio area. 2

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Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

7 BROLGA STREET, MT GAMBIER

124 SPRINGS ROAD, PORT MACDONNELL

$239,000

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

32 MATTHEW FLINDERS WAY, MT GAMBIER

Open

Open

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

$479,000

Open

SATURDAY 1.30-2.00

SATURDAY 1.00-1.30

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sharne Evans Alanna Guthridge CLIENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416 P: 08 8723 3416

NEW 2-8 ANN STREET, KALANGADOO

$175,000

Open

SUNDAY 11.00-11.30

SUNDAY 12.15-12.45

- Offering 3 newly carpeted bedrooms, all contains built-in robes - Open plan kitchen/dining/family living space with gorgeous floating floorboards - The stunning kitchen offers gas cooking, dishwasher, breakfast bar & pantry - Updated bathroom with new shower screen, bath and modern vanity. Separate toilet.

OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 15th FEBRUARY 2019, 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Well presented 3BR stone home on 10 acres close to the beach. - Renovated kitchen/dining & bathroom. - Huge array of shedding including carport, double stone garage with 3 phase power & workshop plus high clearance caravan shed. - R/c air conditioning, equipped bore, & solar system.

- Brand-new built property with contemporary floor plan and modern interior - Opulent master suite features large WIR plus luxurious ensuite complete with heated towel rails, double shower and double basins - Stunning kitchen features double sink, 900w free standing oven, soft closing cupboards and drawers, butlers pantry with space

- 4 bedroom home plus granny flat in the township of Kalangadoo - Detached granny flat contains 1 – 2 bedrooms - Spacious lounge room with slow combustion heating, air conditioning and floorboards - Kitchen/dining room with Jarrah floors and electric amenities - An abundance of shedding – a terrific man cave or workshop - Snap this up, book your inspection today!

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 6

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51 KIRIP ROAD, GLENCOE

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$229,500

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NEW PRICE 2 FINNIS STREET, MT GAMBIER

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NEW 271A PELICAN POINT ROAD, PELICAN POINT

$195,000

Open SUNDAY 1.15-1.45

- Beautifully renovated home on a 2023m2 allotment, situated in Glencoe. - Immaculate interior with four bedrooms (2 with BIR’s), open plan living with s/c wood heating and near new galley style kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher. - Updated bathroom with bath, shower and vanity plus separate laundry & toilet. - Enjoy the charm of the country at an affordable price. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 1 4

NEW PRICE 20 COBBLESTONE COURT, MT GAMBIER $495,000

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

NEW PRICE 47 TWEED CRESCENT, MT GAMBIER $239,000

- Offering three bedrooms (all with BIRs), large lounge/dining room with s/c heating and r/c split system air conditioning - Lovely revamped modern kitchen with pantry, s/s dishwasher, gas cooktop and electric oven - Outside offers a paved pergola area overlooking the yard which provides access to the adjoining reserve - Extras include single car garage with toilet & basin plus workshop and single carport Gail 0409 268 199 or Sara 0438 708 281 3 1 2

NEW 4 MARGARET ST, MT GAMBIER

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$650,000 + GST

Leased Commercial property in busy CBD area. Excellent tenant with reputable established business. Freehold investment in a high profile allotment. Land area approximately 1915m2 Wide frontage with access from Margaret Street. A sound investment to any investment portfolio.

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

COMMERCIAL

Great first home or investment property! Three bedrooms (main with built in robes) Cosy lounge with s/c wood heating. Revamped eat-in kitchen with walk in pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking. - Huge rumpus room. - 2 carports, single stone garage plus paved undercover pergola.

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 8th MARCH 2019, 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Impressive two storey, 4-bedroom home with outstanding views of the Southern Ocean - Appealing modern kitchen, features island bench, walk-in pantry, electric cooking and dishwasher - Master bedroom features walk-in robe and ensuite with double shower, vanity and toilet Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 3 3

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NEW PRICE 22 ASH CRT, MT GAMBIER $425,000-$435,000

NEW PRICE 42 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER $399,500

NEW PRICE 38 HEAVER DRV, MT GAMBIER $209,000-$219,000

- The ultimate entertainer, this classy home is perfect for a family in need of a low maintenance lifestyle with all the luxuries of modern living - Magnificent open plan living space with the chef’s kitchen including large butler’s pantry with additional oven. - Semi-enclosed alfresco dining area with timber decking, pizza oven and patio blinds.

- Stunning upstairs renovation including north facing balcony with amazing views. - Open plan living area with new kitchen with electric cooking and gas heating and new r/c airconditioner - Huge master suite offers WIR and stunning ensuite. - Pretty terraced gardens of lush foliage and hedges providing picturesque and private surrounds.

- Three bedroom home boasts a light and bright lounge with floating floorboards & r/c split system and open plan kitchen / dining with servery - Outside offers an undercover entertaining area, carport with remote access and direct entry to the backyard - 7m x 9m shed with remote access and lights providing extra storage for the toys

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW PRICE 26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL

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$545,000

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102 BERKEFELD ROAD, OB FLAT

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5 CORELLA PLACE, MT GAMBIER

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$475,000

- Captivating 5 bedroom family home for the family looking for space and tranquility of county life - The kitchen offers stone bench tops, cupboards galore, walk in pantry and cork floors that flow seamlessly throughout the home - A separate lounge gives added space for children to play or young adults to entertain

OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 15th FEBRUARY 2019, 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Outstanding equestrian property located on 13.5 Acres - Stunning picture book home spread over two levels offering expansive family living areas - Horse lovers will be impressed with the land fenced into 3 paddocks, horse arena, round yard and 4 stables

- Fantastic two storey family home, positioned adjacent to the Blue Lake with breathtaking views - Upstairs features four bedrooms, master with BIR & en-suite, L-shape lounge/dining, open plan kitchen/family area with Blackwood timber kitchen - Downstairs offers a huge games room with gas heating, bar, booth, three televisions and home theatre room with projector screen

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

NEW BADENOCH'S DELI, MOORAK

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$149,000 + SAV

- Popular 7 day delicatessen & postal agency business well suited to husband & wife team. - Located in the Badenoch’s Shopping Centre on the city fringe capturing consistent local tradie and tourist traffic. - Prominently positioned with excellent parking for trucks & tradies. - The business has an unrivalled & long standing reputation for a large range of ice creams. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 BUSINESS

LEA LEA'S PLACE - 50-52 BOANDIK TCE

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$70,000

- Fantastic little deli located in the busy Grantville Court Shopping complex - Perfect husband & wife, or mother & daughter team business. - Opening 6.30am-5pm Monday to Friday with potential for further growth by extending to weekend hours. - Serving coffee, sandwiches and school lunches. - Fixed two year lease in place. Figures available upon request. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

BUSINESS

NEW SWALLOW DRIVE, MT GAMBIER

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$80,000 WIWO

Swallow Drive Meat Supply - Well established butcher shop, next to busy IGA - Retail & wholesale meat & poultry business - Profitable business with room for expansion - Excellent plant & equipment with delivery van included - Iconic business servicing the area since 1976 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

BUSINESS


PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

0418 854 393

OPEN E HOM

7 LANGE STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE WORROLONG 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS $275,000 Check at this beautifully presented home, ideal for the young family or couple. Timber floors flow the house, with an open kitchen meals family area, plus large lounge, complemented with gas heating and split system air-conditioning. 3 beds 2 with built in robes.

LIFESTYLE, FAMILY, GOLF $440,000 TO 460,000 Fantastic location backing on to the mount gambier golf course. Well established property with fruit trees, gardens and good shedding. 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 2 living areas, slow combustion heating plus split system air conditioning, 45000 litres rain water.

19 BELLEVALE CLOSE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR

PERFECT INSIDE AND OUT

$595,000

Perfect for the Farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, great views, low maintenance, extras include 4 large bedrooms all with built in robes, office, stunning modern kitchen looking over an open plan, meals family living area. Open: Saturday - 11:00am - 11:30am

OPEN E HOM 28 SUTTONTOWN ROAD MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

975 EIGHT MILE CREEK ROAD EIGHT MILE CREEK 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR

MAKE AN OFFER $175,000 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovator for the people who would like to get ahead. Solid stone home with good size living areas, slow combustion heating. Walk in pantry, electric kitchen, large backyard with 2 great access. Double garage and workshop.

ULTIMATE SEASIDE RESIDENCE $549,500 This could be the perfect sea change you have been looking for. Situated only metres from surfing beach and fishing grounds of browns bay, nestled between nelson, pt mcdonnell and mt gambier. Ideal residence of ultimate holiday home sitting on 7,374 sq/m allotment. 31 LONGMIRE TERRACE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

PERFECT FAMILY HOME

$379,500

A must inspect as this home ticks all the boxes as a family home. Located on elevated allotment in a quite street. Feature of the home is open family living with a huge kitchen meals family area. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. High ceilings, new floor coverings and neutral tones throughout give this home a luxury feel. Comprising of theatre room/games room. Open: Saturday - 10:15am - 10:45am 26 BLUEBELL DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

46 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

SIMPLY THE BEST $649,500 Stunning is the best way to describe this home. On entering you know this home is something special. Exclusively designed so you can see how design, aesthetics, material and technology can make a difference to a home. Resort style bathrooms.

$495,000 TO $525,000 LUXURY ON THE FAIRWAY Ideal for the golfer or just the luxury of open spaces and views, then this property is for you. The 5th fairway of the prestigious mt gambier golf club is at you rear door. This beautiful family home, with open plan living, theatre room, classy wet areas, stunning kitchen.

1 SAVANNAH COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR 17 NAVAJO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR IMPRESSIVE CLASS AND GRAND $535,000 The heading says it all, an impressive home with a touch of class, being of solid contruction, and grand looking home positioned on an elevated allotment. High ceilings, ornate bulkheads, quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Formal lounge and dining areas.

OPEN E HOM

32 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR GOLFERS PARADISE $429,000 Home and land package with view’s of the golf course, will give the new owners the feeling of freedom and enjoyment. Ideal for the busy family, retiree or professional couple. Reverse cycle air-conditioning, open plan living butlers pantry, alfresco area.

$565,000

Be impressed with this one of a kind designed luxury home overlooking parks and gardens. Designed for family and entertaining in mind. Impressive on the outside and perfect on the inside. High ceilings, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, and quality fixture fittings throughout. 4 living areas including theater room, games room, open kitchen meals living and a fully enclosed alfresco, great for entertaining all year round.

5 LASLETT STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME

2/11 ALISON STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR STUNNING TOWNHOUSE $345,000 Looking for a low maintenance, easy living lifestyle this beautifully appointed townhouse is well worth an inspection. Open meals family area has a quality kitchen, looking to large north facing windows, showing a covered patio area, and small yard ideal for a pet or kids.

5-7 ROOK ROAD MT GAMBIER 6 BED I 2 BATH

$199,500

Check out this affordable stone and tiled roof home with heaps of extras. This attractive 3 bedroom home has 2 with robe, upgraded bathroom, separate kitchen and meals area plus lounge room complemented by gas log fire and split system air-conditioning. Covered patio decking area, looking over a established yard, with rainwater, single garage plus carport. Open: Saturday - 9:30am - 10:00am

PETER DEMPSEY | RLA: 269823 | 0418 854 393 | peterdempsey@atrealty.com.au

2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 $249,500 Opportunity to buy these 2 homes on one title ideal for the investor returning $300.00 per week or live in one and rent the other out. Recently upgraded throughout plus new floor coverings. Polished floor boards, gas heating, each are 3 bedrooms and one bathroom.

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BARRY RITTER

0408 853 180 OPEN Y A SATURD1:30 11:00-1

UNDERCT CONTRA

NEW PRICE - $295,000

NEW LISTING - $449,000

UNDER CONTRACT

GRANITE CRT, MT GAMBIER 14,530 M2 = 1.453HA OF RESIDENTIAL LAND

15 KALIMNA CRES, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

5 BIRKDALE COURT, MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 6 CAR

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Lake side location Lakes reserve at your back door Elevated Location 3 Bedrooms main with WI robe and ensuite

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OPEN Y A SATURD0:45 10:15-1

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Large Parcel of elevated Residential Land Close to MacDonald Park and St Martins School’s Plans and concept plans Available Proposed Plans for a Potential 15 allotements subject to council concent Subject to new deposited plans being approved

OPEN Y A SATURD 0 9:30-10:0

FOR SALE - $249,000

FOR SALE - $299,000

FOR SALE - POA

4 ANTHONY ST, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 6 CAR

PORT MACDONNELL FORESHORE TOURIST PARK • Lease hold Tourist park with long secure lease • Port MacDonnell is South Australia’s lobster capital

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3 bedrooms Eat in kitchen Large lounge Walk to town center

5 DERWENT CRT, MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR • 3 Bedrooms master with en suite and wir • Separate office • Two separate living areas

4 bedrooms 3 with robes Master with ensuite Home theater room Open plan Kitchen meals family area

UNDER CONTRACT 16 DEGARIS ST, MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR • • • •

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - MY LIFE JUST KEEPS GETTING HARDER… By ROBBIE TANSEL I don’t know if I’ve made it clear over the last nine years but my life is really difficult. I don’t need anything that makes it any more complicated. Unfortunately, life continues to provide challenges. Many of these challenges revolve around my children Shaquille and LeBron. Shaquille was recently awarded the Star of the Week for his class. You may think that’s an exciting situation and I should be proud as his father. The reality is that there is nothing exciting. It just makes my life more difficult. Let me explain. As well as a lovely certificate, the Star of the Week is given Tiddalick, the class’s large stuffed frog to take home for the next few days. Tiddalick comes with a large scrapbook. I as the parent am expected to spend the weekend taking Tiddalick on adventures with Shaquille and then taking photos of their exciting fun together. At the end of the weekend I then have to print the photos out, stick them in the scrapbook and work with Shaquille to write explanations of the photos. For starters I feel under pressure. My life is fundamentally boring. I don’t do anything fun. I’ve got no money because I have a wife and children. I have to somehow create situations throughout the weekend that are interesting enough to photograph. My usual activities of wiping finger marks off my fridge and straightening up my Beanie Kids collection just won’t cut it. The pressure I’m feeling comes from a number of different directions. I don’t want the teacher to think that I’m neglecting Shaquille. I have to make out we do jigsaws and play board games, because six photos of Shaquille sitting on

the couch with Tiddalick watching DVDs or playing the iPad will probably lead to a knock on my door from some lovely folks from the Department of Child Protection. Another family will take Tiddalick and the book home next week when it’s their turn to be Star of the Week, so I’m concerned about what they and all the other families after us will think of Tiddalick’s adventures in Tanselvania. I can just picture them flicking through the book thinking, “That Robbie Tansel really is as boring and unintelligent as he seems.” As if that’s not enough, I feel a huge amount of responsibility for Tiddalick’s safety. I remember clearly the time Shaquille decided that his teddy Edward needed a wash and conveniently found some water ready for exactly that purpose. A lovely Edward shaped bath already ready to go. And even though the water in the bath was very cold, it did come with the convenience of being able to press a button and running water would come splashing down to wash the imaginary shampoo out of Edward’s hair. The teacher is expecting to use Tiddalick throughout the year so we can’t really afford to be the family whose child cut off Tiddalick’s leg while they were doing craft together. I really don’t want to be the family where every time I pick Shaquille up from school, I see other parents whispering to each other that, “That’s the family that are responsible for Tiddalick smelling a bit weird.” I really can’t cope with this sort of stress in my life. By the end of the weekend I was feeling like Tiddalick was looking at me with disappointment in his eyes. “The Smiths took me to Warrnambool for the weekend and I got to play on that wicked playground. The Trans took me for a bike ride you fat idiot. I haven’t been so bored and disappointed in life since I was a tadpole!” Anyway Shaquille, well done for being Star of the Week lifestyle1.net | 22

but I’d really appreciate it if you’d blend in with the crowd a bit more and strive for mediocrity like the rest of the family. If you are starting to feel like your stuffed animals are coming to life, it’s probably time to seek professional help, but email me at robbietansel@gmail.com and we’ll talk about it.


AT A GLANCE COMMUNITY SAFETY IN THE SPOTLIGHT The Nene Valley community has come together and purchased a defibrillator for the public to use in emergencies, which will be located at a central point in the township. After the dissolution of the Nene Valley Progress Association, residual funds were held in trust by the District Council of Grant and recently, the community made the decision to purchase a defibrillator with these funds. According to St John South Australia, the leading cause of death in Australia is sudden cardiac arrest, and the chance of survival increase from 10% to 70% when an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is close by for use. The more people who are willing and able to respond in an emergency, the more lives are potentially saved. To ensure people are familiar with using the AED, a representative from St John Mount Gambier will be on site at the community area at the entrance to

town this Saturday at 12noon to give a free demonstration and there will be a community barbeque to follow (gold coin donation).

TIME FOR PENOLA RESIDENTS TO REASSESS TOWN PLAN Wattle Range Council is inviting residents of Penola and surrounds to a public meeting to assist in updating the Penola Community Town Plan in preparation for the start of the second stage of the Penola Bypass project. initiatives that they would like to see progressed over the ensuing 10 years. A community information session will be held this Wednesday, from 6-8.30pm, at the Penola Visitor Information Centre.

WELLNESS & WELLBEING FESTIVAL The Chronic Illness Limestone Coast Support Group is hosting a Wellness and Wellbeing Festival on February 23. It will include stalls with local products and services that assist in the mental, physical, and emotional health of the community, as well as presentations and workshops. The lineup will include, but is not limited to, headspace, the Nourish Nook, Artsparks Healing and Arts, The Junction, with Lifeboat and Limestone Coast Meditation Community, and Kirk Health Solutions. The Chronic Illness Limestone Coast Support Group was started in April last year as a facebook group and now includes more than 60 members. They share posts, as well as have meet ups twice a month. This will be the first event of the kind for the organisers but they’re hoping with enough community support and engagement, they’ll be able to expand on it in the future. The Wellness and Wellbeing Fesitval will be centred in the Mount Gambier City Hall from 10am-4pm, with presentations also the library, a relaxation area in the Cave Gardens, and the Farmers Market running as normal.

BRINGING AFRICA TO THE SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE STAGE After stunning reviews and an award winning turn at the 2017 and ‘18 Adelaide Fringe, Cirque Africa is ot only returning to the Adelaide fringe with an all new show but also heading out into the regions, including the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre in Mount Gambier. Cirque Africa is a cultural experience like no other, featuring the worldrenowned African troupe, consisting of 18 performing artists from six African countries, including acrobats, dancers, percussionists, musicians, and contortionists, performing a 60-minute awe inspiring show, highlighted with stunning colourful African costumes, high energy knuckle-biting acrobatic acts, humorous comedy traditional and modern music and vibrant dance routines. Cirque Africa comes to Mount Gambier on February 20 and is a superb show for all the family.

FUNDING ON OFFER FOR AGRICULTURE PROJECTS Applications are now open for the South East Natural Resources Management Board’s ‘Agricultural Industries Adapting to Variable Climates and Markets’ grants program. Natural Resources South East Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change senior project officer Nicola Turner said the grants will support local projects aimed at supporting local industry. “The funding will be awarded to projects that encourage uptake of best practice agriculture in a changing climate,” said Nicola. “Projects could include things like hosting an event, conducting field trials or demonstrations of innovative technologies, or producing communication tools.” The once off $15,000 grants are open to groups operating within the South East, and require projects to be completed by June 20, this year. “The grants are open to a range of organisations such as farming systems groups, agriculture bureaus, local action planning groups, and nongovernment or not for profit groups working to improve agriculture. We’re looking to support projects that focus on developing knowledge, and building the capacity of landholders to be resilient and adapt to climate variation. It’s important to support locals to ensure longevity and profitability in agriculture now and for future generations.” This project is supported by the Australian Government’s Regional Land Partnerships initiative of the National Landcare Program and the South East Natural Resources Management Board. For more information on the ‘Agricultural Industries Adapting to Variable Climates and Markets’ grants including application criteria, see the Natural Resources South East website, or contact Nicola Turner nicola.turner2@sa.gov.au Applications must be received by 5pm, February 22.

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What an interesting start to year we have had weather wise. January couldn’t have had more variable if it tried but hopefully that horrendous burst of heat is behind us. The sun has certainly had more bite in it this year than I can ever remember, even on the cooler days, the punch in the rays has certainly made us realise how much shade means to us whether indoors or out. The cool weather days have been great for gardening and have given us plenty of opportunity to get outside and do some outdoor entertaining. So, too, have we been given the opportunity to look around the garden and see where we can add some much needed shade from that harsh summer sun we have been having, and even after the blast of heat here, it has certainly restored the planting spirit. We have been rushed off our feet since reopening after Christmas. We always think to winter to plant trees, especially deciduous trees, but the opportunity is not there to see exactly what part of the garden and home requires shading. I know I have just contemplated planting some more trees on the west side to cut the summer sun on the windows and help cool the rooms on that side. Trees have an amazing ability to be our own air conditioning and studies have shown the cooling effects of lawns and plants in so many ways and trees are amazing at reducing the temperatures and cutting out the harsh rays of the sun. Now is a good time to have a look around and even plant a mature or

advanced shade tree. These come in many forms from evergreen, giving all year round shading, to deciduous, where the leaves will drop in winter to give added light. Deciduous trees again, come in many forms, from mop tops, where the size is governed by the grafting and variety, so are good for courtyard shade and smaller spaces right throughout, to lightly foliaged trees, such as silver birch, then to larger, heavily foliaged shade trees such as maples and planes, that can give fantastic shading to large and small areas. We currently grow more than 30 varieties of mop top trees at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees. Most of these are in our Summer Shade sale that is running NOW. Remember, too, that many of the older varieties of larger trees you may have been used to are now available in (dwarf) smaller or narrower versions, allowing you to have your old favourites in smaller situations. Last winter, we launched our new mini Captial ornamental pear that is not only shorter in height but is also narrow too, the demand was phenomenal from right across Australia though our online business and many local people missed out. We have a small batch of these ready and in the sale now or order early for the next batch this coming winter. Shade trees, hedges and, especially, fruit trees have been selling well since Christmas and now is a good time to plant as there is the whole growing season ahead of us. Look out for our 2019 releases of fruit trees and we have

an Orchard Starter special on with any four advanced fruit trees for $145 on our coupon offer (see facing page). Many of our advanced and semi mature trees have been slashed to half price to make room for more stock coming through. These include Japanese Maples, Golden Elms, Liquidambars, ash, elm and even half price mop top trees. If you are looking to plant a driveway or avenue of trees we have clearance on ornamental pears, in both the narrow, upright forms as well as more spreading varieties. Lombardy Poplars can also be used or are useful for windbreaks in paddocks or ideal for screening on small acreage rural blocks. So, if you are looking for a bargain and some instant sized trees, now is the time to get in as they are selling fast and we have limited numbers of one metre high plus Pittosporum Silver Sheens for just $19.95, but be quick as the sale has been on for a week now. Citrus, avocadoes, bananas (inc. dwarf ) and even berry fruits can be planted now for crops in late summer and autumn. We have 50% off selected advanced fruit trees already in fruit for that “instant orchard” and more than $35 off miniature peaches and nectarines, in both yellow and white flesh varieties. The newly released dwarf plum and cherry varieties have been very sought after for their compact growth but abundance of fruit are now reduced to clear, not many people realise that these new breeds of dwarf tree produce as much fruit as a full sized tree but can

be netted more easily and pruned from the ground. All are ideal for pots. All wall art, giftware, ornaments and statues in our gift shop are up to 70% off,and just been added to the sale. The mighty strength of the Australian dollar when we purchased has allowed us to sell pots cheaper than five years ago and our outdoor furniture ranges are around $1000 less than last year. All concrete statues, ornaments and birdbaths, giftware and wall art are reduced to clear with up to 70% off prices, this includes our driftwood from the Philippines and metal oil drum animals, eskies etc. All concrete ware/ lightweight concrete ware, including troughs, large square and round tubs, are included, these are ideal for miniature fruit trees and dwarf citrus varieties, as they can last their entire life without transplanting, which is especially important with citrus trees,

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CLASSICAL MUSIC WITH A TWIST The Australian Chamber Orchestra is set to present an evening of the finest classical music at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, next month, when a program of Mozart and Haydn, alongside new commissions from composer and pianist Heather Shannon, of indie rock band The Jezebels will take centre stage. The high-energy, 17-piece string orchestra known as the ACO Collective have out together a unique program created by ACO Collective’s Finnish Artistic Director and violist Pekka Kuusisto, who brings international fame and a wicked sense of humour to all his work. The ACO Collective Mount Gambier performance is on March 2 at 7pm.



SUTTONTOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL SET TO CELEBRATE 150 YEARS It has been months in the making and on March 22 and 23, Suttontown Primary School is celebrating its 150th anniversary with two days of celebrations of the past, present and future. Months of collecting memorabilia, trawling through archives for memories and milestones from the schools 150 year history and also focussing on what makes this small

country school still great and a much loved education facility today has seen organisers put together a diverse program to mark the impressive milestone. “We really started putting together the celebrations in the middle of last year,� anniversary celebration convenor Katie Marshall said. “And once school returned with year, the final preparations are in full swing.�

March 22 will be a throw back to the past with an old fashioned school day. Activities including marbles, tomboy threading and elastics will feature on the day, and working on blackboards will also be resurrected as students and staff spend the school day in period costume. The current school population will also make the trek from the current school site to the former site to acknowledge the journey the school has made over its history. The staff and students of 2019 will also be able to enjoy an anniversary cake. The current students will also have a role to play on March 23 when the school hosts an open day to showcase the school to past students and staff who return for the 150th celebrations. They will conduct school tours, including the memorabilia displays in the school gym, as well as the classrooms, which will be a reminder of what classrooms are today as visitors get to see the past and present on the current school grounds. The open day will run from 1-4pm with the official ceremony at 2.30pm, including a roll call, cake cutting and the launch of the school recipe book, another tradition from years gone by, reinvigorated for the 150th anniversary. “We have sourced some of the old recipes from recipe books from the past and also asked our current families to supply some new recipes as well,� Mrs Marshall said. The 150th anniversary recipe book will be available for sale over the weekend, as will a school

history book, compiled by Glen Tilley. One of the other key projects which will be unveiled during Saturday’s open day celebrations will be a new school mural. “We have an artist coming to do a new mural for the school this term and it is going to have a big involvement for the children,� Mrs Marshall said. “It will bring the old and new together and it will be great for the children to be able to see the completed mural and know they helped design it or paint it.� Saturday night is a guaranteed walk down memory lane with a celebration dinner at the Commodore on the Park. Tickets for this celebration need to be purchased before Friday, February 22, and can be secured by calling the school on (08)8725 4047.

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Top left - The original Suttontown School was at the site of the old chapel and the students will be heading on a literal walk down memory lane when they walk from the current site to the original site on March 22. Bottom left - The current school site, where the Open Day will be held on March 23 between 1pm and 4pm. Above top - The official opening of the school on May 8, 1918. Above bottom - The class of 1918 at the Pinehall Avenue school.

LIFE SAVING DEFIBRILLATOR INSTALLED AT KINGSTON Just over three years since opening in Kingston SE, OTR has been giving back and supporting the local surrounding community, through partnerships with St John Ambulance, Foodbank, and their own OTRGive program. The innovative OTRGive program was launched just eight months ago and has to date donated back more than $52,000 to South Australian’s in need through more than 30 community groups that are part of the program. One of the highest OTRGive earners is a male customer from Kingston SE who has chosen St John Ambulance Service as his community partner to support. This has enabled St John Ambulance SA to provide vital first aid training to school children throughout the South East and also contributed to OTR installing a life-saving defibrillator at their Kingston SE store. This is the 13th public access defibrillator OTR has donated to regional towns with the hope that it could save lives in local communities in the case of sudden cardiac arrest. An information and CPR session was held Monday for local community members.


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Method Preheat the oven to 220C/200C fan forced. Grease a baking tray and line with baking paper. Combine the plum sauce, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and garlic in a jug. Place the pork fillet on the prepared tray. Season and brush with 2 tbs marinade, reserving the rest to dress the salad. Roast the pork for 15 minutes or until just cooked through. Cover and set aside for 5 minutes to rest. Thickly slice the pork. Meanwhile, combine the cabbage, capsicum, pineapple and sugar snap peas in a large bowl. Drizzle with half the reserved dressing and toss to combine. Arrange sliced pork over the salad and drizzle with remaining dressing. Serve topped with noodles and shallots.

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CALLING ALL CREATIVE THINKERS Do you have an idea for some amazing public art for our local area? The Naracoorte Lucindale Council Community Art Fund is now open. To encourage the community to be creative and artistic council has funding available through a competitive grant round known as Community Art Fund. There is up to $10 000 available for Public Art Project(s) and placemaking activities that create a sense of identity. The fund is competitive and will be allocated on merit. Applications close March 15 and can be downloaded at the following link: https://www. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/ artandculture Funding is available to artists, businesses, community groups and non-profit community based organisations for projects which support the achievement of the Community Art Framework and Strategic Plan 2016-2026.

FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR NEW HEALTHY LIVING INITIATIVES The SA Healthy Towns Challenge is a grants program for regional and rural towns to develop preventive health programs within their community, which will have measurable benefits (over 12 months) to the community’s health and wellbeing. Successful projects aim to increase access or opportunity for the community to make healthier choices or participate in activities with a prevention focus. Grants of up to $50,000 each will be provided to a minimum of five towns (or groups of towns) within the Country Health SA Local Health Network region each year for four years (until 2021). The SA Healthy Towns Challenge is part of the SA government’s Healthy Communities Program, which supports community-wide health and prevention action to help reduce preventable disease and injury and improve health and wellbeing. At the end of each funding round the SA Healthy Towns Challenge Award will be presented to the town that achieves the most improvements towards healthier living. Further information, including application form, guidelines, eligibility information and how to apply, are available from www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/ SAHealthyTowns

HATHERLEIGH COMMUNITY LOOKING TO THE FUTURE The community is invited to attend a Hatherleigh Community Town Plan meeting from 6pm to 8.30pm on Wednesday, February 20, in the Hatherleigh Sporting Complex. Wattle Range Council is developing Ten Year Community Town Plans for each of the townships within its boundaries. These Town Plans will enable each community to develop a vision for each of the unique towns and take a more strategic approach to projects and initiatives over the ensuing 10 years. While the information gathering session will be supported by council staff, the Plan will be driven by the community. This initial meeting will help develop a Vision Statement for the township, highlight what makes Hatherleigh unique and what potential is available for the future. A light supper will be provided. For further information or to confirm your attendance, please contact Sarah Marzec, Community Development Officer on (08)8733 0900 or email sarah.marzec@wattlerange.sa.gov.au

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COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL ON THE HORIZON Casadio Park is again set to play host to the long running Mount Gambier Country Music Festival. March 9 and 10 will see a jam packed program, starting with the Country Comedy Cabaret on Saturday night that opens the event, featuring Owen Blundell and The Hoffmans. The entertaining evening is a BYO nibbles event, with bar facilities on site. Tracey Allen is set to host the country music extravaganza on Sunday, which kicks off at 11am. Featuring Don Costa, Sandie Dodd, Justin Standley, Graeme Hugo, Kevin Sporer (pictured), The Long and the Short of It and The Hoffmans, the day also features a sausage sizzle, sandwiches, hot dogs and hot chips with afternoon tea and bar facilities on site. Tickets are $30 a show or $50 for a weekend pass with bookings and any enquiries to be directed to Ros on (08)8725 5762.

At the upcoming District Council of Grant council meeting, the elected members will review and consider potential upgrades to the current security system at the Mount Gambier and District Saleyards. A recent meeting between Combined Agents Group chair David Creek, Mayor Richard Sage, Councillor Barry Kuhl, District Council of Grant CEO David Singe and Saleyards Business Manager Peter Mitchell has resulted in an agreement that council will review the current security system at the saleyards and investigate and consider potential upgrades to bring the technology up to current standards. A report will be tabled at the next council meeting. A recent incident at the Saleyards resulted in 55 steers being reported as missing, which were quickly located and the situation resolved.Mayor Sage praised the great work of all involved to retrace the stock. “The missing stock were recovered within hours of them being reported as missing and this is due to the prompt response by the staff, agents and livestock transport operators,” Mayor Sage said. “Police are continuing to investigate the matter.” Mayor Sage also acknowledged that technology has evolved since the

security system was installed more than 15 years ago, and that a security review is timely. “The saleyards is a vital economic asset to the region, and facilitates an enormous amount of livestock throughput annually,” Mayor Sage said. “Council have taken this matter very seriously and are committed to working with stakeholders at the saleyards to ensure the facility is delivering a strong service and infrastructure that meets the needs of all patrons”. David Creek said he felt reassured that council had responded so quickly lifestyle1.net | 28

to agents’ concerns. “The way forward a clear partnership between council and the agents, both working towards a common goal,” Mr Creek said. “I am buoyed by the recent meeting at council and both parties coming together quickly to resolve this issue.” The next District Council of Grant council meeting is Monday, February 18, starting at 5.30pm and members of the public are welcome. Above - District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage and David Creek, Chair, Combined Agents Group

COUNCIL SET TO HELP OUT LOCAL BUSINESS Applications are open for the Naracoorte Lucindale Council Business Entrepreneurs Grant Program.To encourage entrepreneurship one-off cash grants are available to businesses and organisations located in the Naracoorte Lucindale council area. The fund is competitive and will be allocated on merit. Last year’s recipients included Mason Education and T E Storage and Logistcs for their innovative and creative business projects. Frances Strawberries (pictured above) is also a previous grant recipient. For more information head to https:// www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov. au/entrepreneursfund Applications close March 15.


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COMMUNITY LEADERS HELPING SHARE HE JOY OF READING Nearly 50 children gathered at Glenelg Libraries Portland for the Magic of Storytime as guest reader, Port of Portland Harbour Master, Jason Sweetman, took the children on a journey to the Antarctic through the eyes of nine-year old Sophie. “Sophie Scott goes South” written by Australian author, Alison Lester, tells the story of Sophie who went on a month-long voyage to Antarctica, with her dad, the captain of an icebreaker. Mr Sweetman, who has captained ships across the world for the last twenty years, was able to use the book to create interactive moments with the children such as the “rock and rolling” of a ship at sea, along with the quaint penguin strut. For some children, this was a familiar story as “Sophie Scott goes South” is one of the books Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is sending to participating families in the Glenelg Shire. The Magic of Storytime is held on the first Friday of every month using books from the Dolly Parton Imagination Library with a special guest reader from the community. United Way Glenelg Executive Officer Nicole Carr said that literacy activities found to be effective in improving and developing literacy skills include regular shared reading, selection of appropriate books and the use of appropriate reading styles. “Our guest readers are providing rich and meaningful experiences for children and it’s also a great way to spark the children’s imaginations at a time when they are most curious about the world,” she said. The Magic of Storytime is supported by United Way Glenelg, Portland Aluminium and Glenelg Libraries. The Storytime sessions are held on the first Friday of the month (except in school holidays) at Glenelg Libraries with a new guest story teller each month. The Next Magic of Storytime will be held Friday, March 1, at Glenelg Libraries with the book “Who sank the boat?” written by Pamela Allen. Guest reader will be Andrew “Flash” Welfare, from Halliday’s Butcher Shop.

HUNT FOR NEW CREW MEMBERS Calling all Year nine and ten students across the Glenelg Shire. Now is your opportunity to make a difference in the community and help break the stigma surrounding mental health. Live4Life Glenelg is on the hunt for new crew members to join the youth mental health initiative in 2019 to help deliver events, activities and competitions across local schools. Current Live4Life Glenelg crew member Lilly Perkins described her experience being part of the crew as both “eye-opening” and “incredibly rewarding”. “When I first joined the Live4Life crew last year I wasn’t quite sure of what to expect or what role the crew played in the community,” she said. “To put it simply, the crew is the voice for the young people in our shire who are struggling. We learnt last year that 65 per cent of adolescents do not seek help for mental illness and our ultimate goal is to let people know that they are never alone and together as a group we can create change. Being part of the crew has been life changing, I now have a greater understanding of what services and support programs are available to access in the community. I’ve also made some lifelong friends and had

the chance to be involved in some pretty exciting events and activities; it’s been a great year being part of the Live4Life Glenelg crew. I would strongly encourage other students who have been thinking about getting involved to put up their hand and submit a nomination to join the crew in 2019.” Online nominations can be submitted via Survey Monkey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ L4LGlenelgCrew2019 and close on February 18. Hard copy submissions are also available through council upon request. Crew members must be heading into Year 9 or 10 and live in the Glenelg Shire. For further information or to discuss your nomination please contact council’s Youth Development team on (03)5522 2200 or by contacting the Glenelg Shire Youth Facebook page. The Live4Life model focuses on a whole of community approach to mental health education and suicide prevention in order to build resilient young people and communities. The initiative has been delivered in the Glenelg Shire since 2017. Since its implementation more than 600 young people and 100 adults have received mental health first aid training.

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1. At which oval was the second Test between Australia and Sri Lanka played this year? 2. Megan Mullally hosted this year’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards – the comedic actress made her name in which popular TV sitcom? 3. Olympian Zoe Steggall has thrown her hat in the ring for the right for the seat of Warringah at the next Federal election – in what sport did she compete? 4. What is the chemical symbol for sodium? 5. Chile shares a border with which three South American countries? 6. Which two Channel 10 personalities are set to host the re-launched Dancing with the Stars? 7. Which national sporting team did Nikki Hudson captain? 8. Which Harry Potter novel was released most recently – The Order of the Phoenix or The Half-Blood Prince?

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DRAMA TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT TENISON WOODS COLLEGE

Year 10 Tenison Woods College drama students were recently treated to a full day session with one of Australia’s most experienced and celebrated writers Dr. Stephen Sewell, from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), in Sydney. NIDA is Australia’s leading institute for education and training in the performing arts. Appointed as course leader of Writing for Performance at NIDA in 2013, Stephen’s 30-year career has seen him as a playwright, screenwriter and novelist, as well as directing for both

theatre and film. Chairing the Australian National Playwrights Centre for a number of years, he is the recipient of numerous awards with his work performed in most major Australian theatres and in New Zealand, the US, the UK and Europe. Through this collaborative partnership between NIDA and Tenison Woods College, current students and recent graduates are mentored by Stephen to write a play based around their interests and social concerns. lifestyle1.net | 30

This will spawn a performance piece that will spark conversation and be relevant to young people. “The partnership between Tenison Woods College and NIDA – from our point of view – is about NIDA’s commitment of supporting young people in their growing appreciation of performing arts,” Stephen said. “We here at NIDA believe it’s not just about education, its developing creativity as a part of Australia’s economic future. We believe in creativity and want to support colleges like yours in pursuit of the same thing. These young people who learn the arts will think more creatively and will be more fit in future career opportunities they pursue.”” Tenison Woods College drama teacher Eliza Suggate said the NIDA Outreach Program was a unique opportunity to foster and develop student voice and creativity. “For our students to work with someone from the most prestigious drama school in the country, while also seeing the tangible reality of a career in the arts - it really is fantastic,” she said. As part of this joint venture, with St Martins Lutheran College, Stephen will return to Tenison Woods College for another full day session next month

Left - Year 10 Students and 2018 TWC Graduates Isidora Pandilovska and Charlotte Smith get involved in the full day session with Dr. Stephen Sewell from NIDA. Above - Dr. Stephen Sewell from NIDA talks to Kayla Jones during the session


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The South East cricket squad had to settle for fifth place at last week’s South Australian Senior Country Cup, finishing the week long event with three wins and two losses. The South East started its campaign against Murray Districts who just held off the South East line-up to secure a nail biting five run victory. Declan Kenny, who has been in outstanding form domestically, started the carnival with a bang, taking 3/21 from his 10 overs, while wily allrounder Robbie Drenthen picked up 2/36, with Michael Waters and Matt McInerney the other wicket takers as Murray Districts amassed 9/207 from their 50 overs. Matt McInerney also got off to a good start with the bat, scoring 38, and while plenty of South East batsmen got starts – Josh Thompson (34); Drenthen (24); Dave Somerfield (24) and skipper

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Jake Schutz (20), the South East fell six for 202 in the 45th over. Round two saw the South east pick up a convincing victory over Alice Springs, with Drenthen again doing damage with the ball, snaring 4/20, including two maidens, from his 10 overs, while Waters against was impressive, with 2/24 and Jack Mullan chipping in with two wickets as well. Alice Springs struggled to score against the tight South East attack and managed only 109, dismissed in the 42nd over. The run chase was relatively uneventful as Matt McInerney (61) and Schutz (44no.) got the job done, reaching 1/111in the 18th over. Batting first in their round three clash with the Yorke Peninsula, the South east was always going to struggle after compiling only 149 and lasting 33 overs. Adam Somerfield top scored with 54 with no other player even reaching 20. The South East started full of fight with the ball and Yorke Peninsula was in early trouble after losing five quick wickets, as Kenny and Adam Somerfield blasted out the top order but the middle order rallied and Yorke Peninsula secured the vital points. Kenny picked up 3/29; Adam Somerfield, 2/19, and Dave Somerfield also claimed two wickets. It could be argued the South East saved the best for last in an entertaining play off with Barossa & Light. Drenthen was key with ball in hand, taking 4/57, while Matt McInerney took 3/50 as Barossa & Light worked their way to an impressive 7/274. But the South East, despite losing a couple of early wickets, was able to dig in and overtake Barossa & Light’s total with two balls to spare. Adam Somerfield was dominant with the bat, scoring 78, with Schutz (44); an unbeaten 74 from Kieran Ashby, 29 from Dave Somerfield and 28 from Matt McInerney all helping South East conjure the unlikely victory. Above- Jake Schutz (left) & Declan Kenny (right)

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MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Division One - Men Centrals Uniting 4-35 d West Gambier 2-27 Singles: M. Heemskerk lost to E. Schultz 4-6; D. Moon d Noah Lang 6-2; L. Delaney d J. Dedonatis 7-5. Glencoe Maroon 6-36 d Reidy Park 0-7 Singles: P. Mitchell d H. Hancock 6-1; D. Boyce d L. McEvoy 6-1; K. Thomson d Z. Young 6-1. Glencoe Gold 5-32 d Uniting Church 1-19 Singles: D. Childs d I. Hopes 6-1; D. Ferguson d M. Stark 6-4; A. Hughes lost to B. McInnes 2-6. Division One - Women West Gambier 4-33 d Mount Schank 2-20 Singles: J. Sealey d C. Waye 6-3; L. McIntyre lost to S. Boston; B. Winterfield d H. Collins. Glencoe 6-37 d Uniting Church 0-13 Singles: S. Edwards d J. Delaney 7-6; L. Edwards d N. Delaney 6-0; C. McKinnon d V. Maxwell 6-4. Division Two West Gambier Blue 8-66 d Glencoe Gold 4-54; Reidy Park 9-66 d Centrals 3-34; Glencoe Maroon 12-75 d West Gambier Red 0-36; Suttontown Tigers 6-60 d Mount Schank 6-52. Division Three Cnetrals v Moorak Gold (no details available); Uniting Church v Mil Lel (no details available); West Gambier v Suttontown Hawks (no details available); Moorak Green v Suttontown Crows (no details available). Mixed Doubles Mount Gambier White 5-36 d Glencoe 1-15; Reidy Park 3-31 d Mount Gambier Blue 3-28; Centrals 3-27 d Mount Schank 3-24 ; Mil Lel v Mount Gambier Green (no details available) Ladies Doubles Moorak v Mil Lel (no details available); Uniting Church v West Gambier (no details available); Reidy Park 6-37 d Glencoe 0-18; Saints United 6-38 d Allendale East 0-25 Above - Glencoe’s Laura Edwards in action.

SOMERFIELD CLOCKS UP SECOND CENTURY OF BARBER SHIELD SEASON David Somerfield (pictured above) has put Penola in a commanding position in the Eagles Barber Shield clash with East Gambier. His unbeaten 138, along with cameos from Jack Schulz (37); Jase Bateman (27); Lewis March (38) and then a 99 run partnership at the end with Mark Smith (24no.), saw Penola finish the day at 4/286, setting the Bulldogs a fomridable target this weekend to claim victory. Somerfield’s entertaining knock, at McCorquindale Park, included three sixes and nine fours as he sent the East bowlers to all parts of the ground. MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION BARBER SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE East Gambier v Penola Penola 1st innings 4/286 (D. Somerfield 138no.; L. March 38; J. Schulz 37; J. Bateman 27; M. Smith 24; S. Golebiowski 2/52; A. Dumigan 1/38; A. Hentschke 1/72) West Gambier v South Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 163 (N. Bone 34; N. Easterbrook 26; R. Crute 22; J. Blackwell 21; J. Geddes 16; D. Clough 4/46; C. Jorgenson 2/48; D. Loupos 1/41; L. Zadow 1/16; A. Kuhl 1/10) South Gambier 1st innings (in reply) 1/19 (D. Clough 10no.; S. Willis 1/2 CROUCH SHIELD NO RESULTS AVAILABLE COX BROS SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE South Gambier v Kalangadoo South Gambier 1st innings 7/271 (M. Lockwood 74no.; J. Shanks 52; N. Seager 51; R. Kuhl 35; S. Lockwood 25; no bowling details available) Yahl v Glencoe Glencoe 1st innings 6/305 (no batting details available; R. Courtney 2/54; M. Walmsley 1/57; N. Kilsby 1/61; J. Moody 1/48) Mil Lel v Gambier Central Gambier Central 1st innings 188 (M. Fox 63; M. Johnstonw 41; J. Brohier 21; D. Barrett 19; no bowling details available) O’DONOGHUE SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE Mil Lel v South Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 7/145 Mil Lel 1st innings 8/167 (J. Virtanen 49; J. Carson 28; D. Williamson 19; M. Little, R. Hutchesson 14; R. Kuhl 2/10; S. Hanel 1/9; E. Sims 1/19; J. Stephens 1/17; J. Sullivan 1/23) Mil Lel won by 22 runs. North Gambier v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 7/215 North Gambier 1st innings 114 (K. Dellow 30; E. Fisher 22; H. Fisher 21; J. Judd 3/1; C. Prior 2/2; ; T. Schrader 2/17; M. Larter 1/5; W. Glover 1/9) West Gambier won by 99 runs. East Gambier v Mount Burr Mount Burr 1st innings 9/238 (no batting figures available; R. Flamank 2/24; L. Turley 1/19; T. Graney 1/39; A. Creasey 1/24; C. Smith 1/19) East Gambier 1st innings 8/105 (A. Creasey 30ret.; R. Flamank 21; T. Graney 16; no bowling figures available) Mount Burr won by 133 runs.

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HALL TROPHY - TWO DAY FIXTURE East Gambier v West Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 72 West Gambier 1st innings 2/145 (H. Case 64; B. Howard 32; M. Cornolo 22ret.; J. Judd 11no.; D. Megaw 1/21; B. Pohlner 1/7) West Gambier won by 73 runs. SIMS SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE Mil Lel Gold v Yahl Yahl 1st innings 5/159 Mil Lel Gold 1st innings 8/145 (H. Hicks 33; N. Virtanen 27; T. Virtanen 17; R. Case 2/6) Yahl won by 14 runs. West Gambier Blue v East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 37 West Gambier Blue 1st innings 4/110 (G. Reichelt 10ret.; J. Williams 8ret.; C. Dowdell 2/19; E. Carne 1/1) West Gambier Blue won by 73 runs. South Gambier Maroon v Mount Burr Mount Burr 1st innings 11 (H . de Bruin 2; J. Maxwell 2/0; K. Cole 2/0; J. Salmon 1/1; F. Skeer 1/1; C. Clayfield 1/1; C. Lockwood 1/1; N. Maxwell 1/0) South Gambier Maroon 1st innings 5/123 (J. Maxwell 23no.; N. Maxwell 20; J. Salmon 19no.; J. Gosse 14; H. de Bruin 1/13; B. Brant 1/12) South Gambier Maroon won by 112 runs. Millicent v West Gambier Red Millicent 1st innings 3/282 (K. Gibson 45ret.; O. Fitzgerald 41ret.; T. Lambert 34no.; C. Hateley 31ret.; B. Rowe 26ret.; A. Lindner 25ret.; T. Lawlor 16no.; no bowling figures available) North Gambier v Kongorong Kongorong 1st innings 34 North Gambier 1st innings 144 (R. Pandey 37ret.; H. Hosking 33; K. Crowhurst 10; no bowling details available) North Gambier won by 110 runs. Mil Lel Green v South Gambier White Mil Lel 1st innings 5/123 (K. Lawrence 33no.; J. Buckley 28no.; N. Gollan 13; T. Horbury 9; E. Geary 1/9; M. Prowse 1/13; Z. Shanks 1/12; L. Cameron 1/6) South Gambier White 1st innings 7/142 (D. Harten 36no.; R. Miller 14; E. Geary 12; R. Grigg 2/12; T. Grigg 2/19; T. Horbury 1/11; N. Gollan 1/13) South Gambier won by 19 runs.


LOCAL SPORT GRABBING THEIR CHANCE WITH BOTH HANDS The Limestone Coast has strong representation at the upcoming Under 18 National Championships in Townsville. Running from April 13-20, the national titles will have plenty of locally based players flying the flag for SA Country. Last week, we profiled Mount Gambier Under 18 women’s SA Country team members Claire Hunter, Keryl Ousey and Mikaela Horrigan, as well as reserve Emily Dawe – with those four players also joining the Pioneers women’s program as development players. This week’s issue profiles Mount Gambier’s Oli Thomson, who will be suiting up for the Under 19 SA Country men’s team, and a Pioneers men’s program development player, as well as Sarah Nulty, who is a national championship reserve but the fifth local to sign on as a Pioneers development player, and Naracoorte’s Zac Walker who is part of the Under 18 SA Country men’s team. Emily Close, Oscar Clark and Jacob Grosser will feature in next week’s issue.

SARAH NULTY Sarah Nulty might only get to head to this year’s Townsville national championships if there is an injury but as a bottom age player, and having gone to the comparable event last year at Under 16 level, her basketball career is well and truly on track. Sarah has been playing basketball since she was five years old and has been representing Mount Gambier in the Lakers junior program as well as representing SA Country for the past five years. To further develop her skills as a basketballer, Sarah has jumped at the chance to be part of the Pioneers women’s program. “I decided to commit to the Pioneers women’s program because it is an exciting opportunity to further my basketball, whilst still being able to stay at home,” Sarah said. “I am looking forward to pushing myself in a higher level competition and being able to train alongside much more experienced players is also something I am keen for.” The calibre of the coaching group, especially former WNBL player Melissa Russell, was also a huge drawcard for Sarah as she looks to continue to improve as a basketballer. “I am really enjoying training with Melissa, and I feel as though she will help further my basketball, as well as the team,” Sarah said. “Her knowledge is amazing and combined with Matt (Sutton) and Bryan Green) we are in very good hands.” While Sarah still has some kilometres to rack up in the next few weeks as the SA Country training continues at Mt Barker ahead of the April national championships, the chance to continue working on her game, outside of the usual representative window, by being part of the Premier League squad, was too good to pass up. “I am looking to focus on improving my all round game in particular my ball handling and shooting,” Sarah said. OLI THOMSON Sixteen year old Oli Thomson has been a fixture in SA Country line-ups since Under 13 level, really making his mark in the past couple of seasons, in particular. The Panthers player has competed for SA Country at both the Australian Country Cup and Southern Cross Challenge, and 2018 was huge for the talented point guard, earning selection in a combined South Australian, Victorian and New South Wales touring team that headed to New Zealand for the Mel Young Classic, as well as heading to the national championships as part of the SA Country Under 16 team – a team

as well. But for the 16 year old, who is a student at Naracoorte High School, it is playing in focus right now as he prepares for the April national championships and his chance to represent SA Country in the Under 18 men’s competition. Zac has been playing basketball since he was nine. “I started playing with friend from school,” he said. He has been representing SA Country at a variety of high profile competitions since Under 14 level. “This program has allowed me to grow in confidence within myself and with my basketball,” Zac said. SA Country High Performance coach Glen Mathieson, who is a fellow Naracoorte resident, has also played a significant role in Zac becoming an elite basketballer. “He has always believed in my ability from the start and is still encouraging me to be better,” Zac (pictured below) said. He can’t wait to test himself at the top Under 18 competition in Australia when he heads to Townsville but despite his passion for playing the game he loves, he does have longer term plans. “Once I’m out of this phase, I would like to continue on the coaching and mentoring path.”

that secured SA’s best finish in 15 years, placing fourth. The Year 11 Tenison Woods College student is now preparing for consecutive national titles, this time at Under 18 level for SA Country. It is no coincidence that Oli’s meteoric rise has came at a time when he has earned a place in the Pioneers Premier League men’s program as a development player. “It does help you play harder when you are scrimmaging against grown men and you are training alongside and playing against such experienced players,” Oli (pictured above) said. “Each level you go up, SA Country, Pioneers, you can feel the lift in intensity.” Basketball icon Beth Serle has certainly had a big role to play in Oli’s development as a basketballer, as has the opportunity to regularly play at the higher level through the SA Country program. ZAC WALKER Naracoorte player Zac Walker not only has one eye on improving as a player and playing at the highest level possible, but he is already tempted by taking on coaching and pursuing those opportunities

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TOO LATE The recent four year ban on prominent horse trainer Darren Weir is the latest in a series of scandals in the horse racing industry in recent years. Horse racing is often referred to as the ‘sport of kings’ but unfortunately that moniker doesn’t seem appropriate with the measures some parties are taking to get an edge and a piece of the lucrative prize money on offer. Weir’s horses have won a combined $148 million dollars plus and he is no doubt set for life so the suspension has literally taken place ‘after the horse has bolted’.

FAR FROM THE WORST Port Adelaide footballers are in the news again. This time it’s Jack Watts, following a leaked video of him snorting a white powder off a woman’s breast. Legendary player and coach Malcolm Blight was scathing in his attack of Watts, stating that he may well be the worst No.1 pick ever. He’s certainly no Nick Riewoldt or Luke Hodge but there have been a few ordinary ones… anyone remember Richard Lounder or John Hutton???

PELICANS PLAYING HARD BALL Hard to feel too good about your ability if you are a LA Laker basketballer at the moment. In an attempt to recruit star player Anthony Davis from New Orleans, the LA Lakers have been reported to have offered six of their players as well as two first round picks…and New Orleans is insulted by such a ‘low-ball’ offer. How much worse than Davis can the collective talent of the six players be?

The battle of the Warriors teams was all set, with both teams having won a game each in previous show downs. Warriors Blue held White with solid fielding which was a vast improvement on last week’s performance. White’s Daena Wombwell got two of the three hits for her side, with on field leader Taylor Wilsmore bagging the other. Justine Koop led off with a line drive single and team hitting resulted in her being scored by Jenna Burston, who had two hits for the day. Nicole Vause continued her dominant season scorching two hits and making three plays in the field. Angela Queale has made a great return to the game with Blues and hit two singles. It was a good gamesplayed with club spirit with pitching rivals Erin Chaplin and Leyna Bruggemann enjoying the contest. Wanderers kept their finals chances alive with a one run win over Concordes White. Wanderers started the much better of the two sides, with safe hits hit from Jo Hart, Em Hart and Cathy Whiting plating two runs in the first innings. Concordes loaded up the bases but could not score in two consecutive innings, and this, along with some uncharacteristic fielding errors, saw

the game slip out to a 6-0 lead to Wanderers. Concordes came back hard with five runs in the next dig but it was too little too late and Wanderers held on for the victory. Trish Seagar, Sarah Moretti, Jo Hart and Cathy Whiting had two safe hits each for the victors, while for Concordes their best player was Chelsea Fowler, who had three safe hits, including a three bagger and some terrific plays at short stop. In the other game, Demons were too strong for Concordes United and ran out 10-3 victors. RESULTS Wanderers 6 (T. Seagar, C. Whiting, S. Moretti, J. Hart 2; F. Finch, E. Hart) d Concordes White 5 (C. Fowler 3; L. Dodds, L. McCallum, J. Hopgood) Warriors Blue 8 (J. Koop, N. Vause, J. Burston, A. Queale 2, L .Bruggemann, C. Hansen) d Warriors White 0 (D. Wombwell 2; T. Wilsmore 1) Demons 10 (Montanna Millard, C. Manning 2; K Cawthorne, G Millard, I Morale) d Concordes United 3 (B. Jones) Right - Montanna Millard.

HOCKEY PLAYERS BRUSH UP ON SKILLS WITH SUMMER COMPETITION The Lower South East Hockey Association clubs have come together to hold the 2019 summer competition. Teams do not represent their usual winter clubs but are made up of players from all teams. The LSE Junior Academy has also entered the competition, as the LSE Jets. The summer competition is a social occasion for all teams, in both the senior and junior competitions, and is a great way to introduce yourself to the sport. Anyone interested in a career in hockey or just giving it a try should come on out. The competition

continues for another three weeks with matches played of a Friday night. Juniors start at 5pm with seniors following soon after. For further information contact the Lower South East Hockey Association at lseha@hotmail.com Right - Blake McKee from Tigers Hockey Club playing for the LSE Jets in the Lower South East Hockey Association summer hockey competition.

LSE PENNANT BOWLS MID WEEK OPEN PENNANT • Port MacDonnell Blue 48/14 d Naracoorte RSL 39/0; Port MacDonnell Red 62/14 d Penola 27/0; Mount Gambier Blue 60/14 d Naracoorte 37/0; Munt Gambier Red 52/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 39/0 LADIES Division one Millicent 62/12 d Mount Gambier RSL 39/2; Port MacDonnell 60/14 d Millicent Red 26/0; Penola 52/14 d Naracoorte 36/0; Mount Gambier 39/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 36/2. Division two Penola 44/12 d Kingston 43/2; Port MacDonnell 45/12 d Naracoorte 42/2; Beachport 53/14 d Naracoorte RSL 48/0; Mount Gambier RSL 48/7 drew with Millicent Red 48/7. Division three Robe Blue 71/14 d Millicent Red 50/0; Robe Red 76/14 d Port MacDonnell 17/0; Mount Gambier 49/14 d Beachport 38/0; Lucindale 55/14 d Penola 39/0. OPEN Division one Mount Gambeir 76/14 d Kalangadoo 65/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 81/14 d Naracoorte 65/2; Millicent 66/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 62/2; Port MacDonnell 89/16 d Naracoorte RSL 72/0. Division two Robe 96/14 d Port MacDonnell 48/2; Mount Gambier 87/16 d Millicent 45/0; Lucindale 88/14 d Naracoorte 68/2; Kingston 85/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 76/2. Division three Penola 90/15 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 70/1; Millicent Blue 71/1 4 d Penola 61/2; Millicent Red 81/14 d Kingston 66/2; Mount Gambier 84/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 73/2. Division four - Red Millicent 112/16 d Mount Gambier RSL 40/0; Naracoorte 88/14 d Lucindale 54/2; Port MacDonnell 76/12 d MOunt Gambier 73/4; Penola 70/14 d Beachport 65/2. Division four - Blue Port MacDonnell 98/14 d Millicent 58/2; Robe 101/14 d Naracoorte RSL 48/2; Mount Gambier 72/14 d Beachport 64/2; Naracoorte d Penola (forfeit); Kalangadoo - BYE. lifestyle1.net | 36

SOUTH EAST VETERANS GOLF Robe was the venue for 62 veteran golfers with the matches being played in exteemely windy conditions. Funnily enough, one of the Lucindale members went to Kingston, which was our previous venue, and then he rang a Beachport member for directions, when he discovered there was no one at Kingston. Wally Altschwager won First Division with 35 points, on a countback from John Kamp, and third was Glen Hamlyn, with 34, also on a countback. Apparnetly Glen was getting bored at Nora Criena catching fish. Second Division went to Adrian Thiele, on 32 points, from Peter Edwards, on 30, and Derek Bowering, on 29. As you can see by the scores, conditions were very tough. The ball rundown went to 26 points. The unofficial Mayor of Robe got the wood duck award by forgetting to put out the NTP markers, so that was then decided by a draw. The Ross Orchard Trophy went to Kevin Otten and Alan Chalk, both enjoying fine seasons. Robe’s new look course is hoped to be open for 18 holes in April. Our next outing is down at Port MacDonnell on February 18. This nine hole course is recommended for its lavish afternoon tea so don’t miss it.


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