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An exciting new chapter for Collins Booksellers New owner, new premises, new passion for books & reading Details page 3.
COVER - PASSIONATE ABOUT BOOKS Cindy Patzel revolutionised the second hand book trade in this region six years ago when she purchased the Mount Gambier Book Exchange and transformed it into The Book Place, a book lovers’ paradise. Having established The Book Place as an inviting and well stocked preloved book haven, Cindy is moving onto a new challenge – taking over Collins Booksellers and adding her brand of magic to the new book industry. With previous owner Julie Mattinson looking to step away from the store and spend more time indulging her own passion – writing – it was the perfect time for Cindy to bring her passion for books and reading to the Collins Booksellers chain and, as she always does, she has grand plans. The store opened this week under her ownership but it will soon be calling 16 Commercial Street West home (the former Sportscene store). That move should be complete in around eight weeks, with no disruption to customers. New heating, a fresh coat of paint
and a whole new shop fit will see Collins Booksellers become a premier retail destination in the region and if they don’t have the book you are after in store, they will be able to track it down in around four days. “We will do whatever we can to make sure we are stocking the books people want to read and if we don’t
have them we will certainly source them.” Cindy said. She is still a true believer when it comes to avid readers still loving the smell and feel of a good book. “Technology has brought new options to reading, like eBooks but book sales are still strong and there will always be those people that just want to be able
to own that book – there is a place for both,” she said. Cindy has a clear vision for her Collins Booksellers store, vowing to keep it stocked with all the new releases, as well as the back catalogue of popular authors, including James Patterson, J. D. Robb and Lee Child. And just as she has at The Book Place, Cindy will be creating a reading area for customers. For regular customers of The Book Place, nothing will change, with the store remining in it current location and providing the same range and service it always has for those who love to trawl through book shops for their favourite authors. The new Collins Booksellers location provides a space of comparable size to its current home but Cindy expects to pack the store to the rafters with the wide array of books and genres the store has always provided. “We want to cater to everyone’s needs,” she said.
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GOLD PASS FOR LONG SERVING VOLUNTEERS For the past decade, Robe couple Jim and Judy Smith have volunteered their time to protecting and enhancing our local parks. Now, with a total of 30 years of parks volunteering across South Australia, they’re making the move to Mount Gambier. The Department for Environment and Water has recognised the couple’s 30 years voluntary conservation stewardship by awarding them 30 years of service badges, and a Parks Gold Pass. Senior ranger Cath Bell said throughout their volunteer history with Friends of Parks groups in Robe and the Adelaide Hills, Jim and Judy have made a significant contribution to protecting these natural areas.
“As president and treasurer respectively, Jim and Judy have worked with the Friends of Little Dip group and local parks staff on a multitude of projects,” Cath said. “We really value having such passionate community members involved in the conservation of our local Parks and reserves, and we’re so grateful for the time and effort towards improving and protecting the local parks and coast”. With the dedicated duo moving on, Friends of Little Dip are looking for new members and to fill the president and treasurer positions at their upcoming AGM. Jim said the group’s activities can be broad, and it’s up to the particular interests of the volunteers as to which
activities the group undertakes. “We have members interested in a range of things form revegetation and bird surveys, to beach clean ups and monitoring,” Jim said. “Becoming a volunteer with Friends of Little Dip is a wonderfully rewarding way of experiencing and enjoying the park as well as giving something back. If you’re interested in doing your bit to help conserve and improve our local area, come along to our upcoming AGM. Everyone is welcome.” For more information on the group or other volunteering activities in parks contact Cath Bell firstname.lastname@example.org. au
RECONCILIATION PROJECT LOOKS AT THE BIG PICTURE A group of local Indigenous youth have come together to share their thoughts and hopes for achieving reconciliation as part of a first of its kind creative campaign in the Glenelg Shire. The Big Picture project was unveiled as part of 2019 National Reconciliation Week (NRW) celebrations and features images and messages displayed on empty shopfronts throughout the Portland and Heywood CBD. The pictures profile five local indigenous young people, with a brief personal blurb from each participant reflecting on their cultural experiences, community acceptance and what reconciliation means to them. The pictures seek to educate the community, strengthen relationships and celebrate the shire’s rich indigenous heritage, paving the way for reconciliation. Project participant Jannah Firebrace sees education as the key to moving forward. “In completing Year 12 and attending more than eight schools throughout my life I have noticed an absence of aboriginal history in schools relative to other histories that are taught,” she said. “I think education is an important foundation in the reconciliation of indigenous and non-indigenous people. I think
the lack of knowledge and detail of what happened during colonisation and the correlating effect today is what is influencing society to create negative stereotypes. I think we need to strengthen and deepen what is being taught in schools today, to provide all students throughout their schooling life with a culturally, meaningful education of aboriginal history.” The Big Project tied in with this year’s NRW theme, Grounded in Truth, Walk Together with Courage. Each image was a process of truth telling about our nation’s past and present on topics such as education,
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sport and leadership, with the hope of bringing the community together through this greater cultural and historical understanding. The Big Pictures can be viewed at the following locations until June 24: • 56 Percy Street Portland • 86 Percy Street Portland • 57A Bentinck Street Portland • 75 Edgar Street Heywood • 21 Scott Street Heywood The project was produced in partnership with Glenelg Shire Council and Dhauwurd-Wurrung Elderly & Community Health Service (DWECH)
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for National Reconciliation Week, which runs annually from May 27 – June 3. National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about the shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. Above (from left) - Taryn Bell & Tyleah Barr; Ryli Walker and Jakobe Walker and Reggina Blurton.
Do you have a great idea for the name of the new Community & Recreation Hub? Council is seeking input from the community to guide the decision. Your suggestion may be: ~ Something that represents a part of our region or history ~ A clever acronym, like ARC (Aquatic & Recreation Centre); or ~ Really fun and out there!
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Gallery 54 was filled with splashes of colour during the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival as Chrissy Pudney gathered with a group of ladies at the gallery with an introduction to the ancient skill of paper making. Chrissy prepared buckets of luscious coloured pulp ready for the group to lift, press and decorate individual pages of their own design. Each person who attended the workshop was thrilled with their beautiful sheets of recycled wonders. Gallery 54 still has kits, books and deckles available to purchase for anyone who missed the opportunity to delve into this addictive craft.
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FREW PARK SET TO HOST RECREATIONAL VEHICLES The newly developed recreational vehicle (RV) parking area based at Frew Park on Penola Road is ready for use after months of construction following demolition of the former St John Ambulance building. Mount Gambier City Council demolished the former St John Ambulance building in 2016 after it had reached the end of its useful life. The site has now been transformed into a parking area and dump point for long vehicles, trailers, motor homes and caravans to allow easy access to the city centre. “Council was approached by a number of individuals and organisations seeking RV and caravan parking close to the CBD,” City of Mount Gambier Manager Engineering Design & Contracts Daryl Morgan said. “A concept plan was developed and we worked closely with groups such as the Australian Caravan Club to refine the plans for the RV park and dump point.” The $140,000 project formed part of council’s 2018/2019 infrastructure budget and included the installation of a grey and black water dump point and connection to sewer, solar lighting, picnic benches, drinking water fountain, bitumen works and landscaping. “The location is an ideal site given its close proximity to the visitor centre and visibility from major roads, but most importantly it’s only a five minute walk to the city centre,” Mr Morgan said. “Frew Park also provides the perfect
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area for families or pets to have a run around after being cooped up in the car travelling.” The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) commended council on the initiative hailing the project as a step towards making Mount Gambier an RV friendly city. “There are tens of thousands of RV travellers on the road at any one time throughout Australia and it has been well documented that these travellers spend at least $100 per day on average,” ACC Limestone Coasters president Paul Smith said. “These dollars can only be spent in places that provide suitable parking and facilities.” There are currently no time limits in place for vehicle parking during the day, however under council’s by-laws overnight camping is prohibited. Council has included a number of environmentally sustainable initiatives throughout the project such as solar lighting and park benches constructed from recycled plastic. Above - City of Mount Gambier Manager Engineering Design & Contracts Daryl Morgan stands beside the dump point installed at the site allowing users to dispose grey and black water from recreational vehicles free of charge.
The District Council of Grant offers $500 Academic Scholarships to all year 10 to 12 students who live within the District Council of Grant. High schools with students who live in the council area are sent the criteria and are responsible for the selection of the Scholarship recipient. Mayor Richard Sage recently attended the assembly at Tenison Woods College Mount Gambier to present one of the District Council of Grant Academic Scholarships to student Jocelyn Patzel. lifestyle1.net | 06
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Where do you never tire of visiting in this region? Tantanoola Caves Three first choice dinner party guests I would never only have three people over for dinner, I’m Italian!! For starters, I would have to invite all my favourite writers. What people would be surprised to find out about you? That I’m quite shy in social situations. Your greatest weakness? I am not good at balance - I’m an all or nothing sort of person in everything I do. Your greatest strength Relating to people, reading people and understanding the situation. What would you choose for your last meal My mother’s lasagne What item in your wardrobe would you never part with Anything black If you were a car, what would you be? Something fast, low to the ground, sporty but not flashy Who/what most inspires you? Women who can juggle & balance all the balls in the air. Working mums. Who/what most frustrates/annoys you? People who don’t say what they really mean. What book/CD would you want with you if you were on a deserted island? I never get tired of reading anything by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Which movie/television role would you love to play? Blanche from A Streetcar Named Desire What’s the best advice you ever heard? Both my mother and father used to say, money isn’t important, things aren’t important, what’s important is finding your reason why. What’s the best advice you ever gave? Be passionate about what you do or find the passion in what you are already doing. Live the life you’ve been given. If you weren’t in your current role what would you be doing? Teacher Who would you like to swap places with for a day? a) Someone who doesn’t work weekends b) Someone rich & famous c) Someone who is politically powerful
TO SIR WITH LOVE There are two groups of children in Rob Francis’ life – his own kids and the students he teaches at Millicent’s St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School. His own children think it is hilarious their father is one of the entrants in this year’s Swinging with the Stars and the students at school could not have been more supportive or thrown more effort into his fundraising campaign if they were his own flesh and blood. Rob’s involvement in the 2019 event, which is the Stand Like Stone Foundation’s major annual fundraiser, stemmed from a phone call earlier this year. “My wife answered and through the call was a practical joke when she first heard what it was about,” Rob said. “And I thought I can’t do that, I’m not a very good dancer, in fact, I can’t dance.” But Rob broached the offer with a few people and the tide turned. “They seemed to think I should give it a go and try something different,” Rob said. “And when I could see the help the school community was prepared to provide, I changed my mind and decided I would do something different.” Talking to friends, and previous entrants, Steve Duldig and Emma Webber, also convinced Rob to take the plunge. Despite being miles out of his comfort zone, rehearsals have been a huge amount of fun for Rob. “We have a really great group and it really has been fun,” he said. Lessons started with the waltz, which Rob described as
“not so bad” and then they moved to the jive. “The jive is quick but there is a lot of repetition,” he said. The tango was next on the agenda, as mastering the routines started to become more difficult and now the hip hop – the dance almost every competitor in Swinging with the Stars has voted the most challenging, since its inception a few years ago, is certainly proving to test the limited dance skills at Rob’s disposal. “It is so fast with so many moves and I feel like we are running out of time to get it right, especially for people like myself who don’t pick things up quickly.” Rob is partnered with Kiana Soper, an experienced dancer and teacher and no stranger to Swinging with the Stars.
“She has been so great,” Rob said. “I need any extra practice I can get and she always makes time for me.” There has been at least one extra session a week where the couple goes through the moves, breaks them down and works at a slower pace, to allow Rob to better understand and remember the routines. Thankfully, he can at least practice hip hop on its own as it does not have the twirls and lifts of the more conventional routines so there has been plenty of time for the family to continue to ridicule their hard working father as he attempts to become, at the very least, a competent dancer. Of course, in between mastering four routines, Rob has also been
fundraising, with three major events having been part of his campaign. “The school has been unbelievable support and the kids at school have been unreal,” Rob said. “My students organised the dance day at school which was my first fundraiser and they have written letters to companies to get prizes and been selling raffle tickets, they have formed committees and they are really putting in a huge effort.” The school community was a huge part of his fundraiser at the weekend when he hosted The Amazing Race – a team event, similar to the television show, where teams of 4-6 had to work their way through a scavenger hunt of sorts, with mysteries to solve and problems to decode in a trek around Millicent that took around two to two and a half hours to complete. Around 30 teams took part in The Amazing Race and for those still looking to support Rob, his final event is the June 15 concert - A Unique Night’s Entertainment with JB & Crowey. “It will be more than just a concert and more than just the boys playing, it will have a personal touch and there will be other performers,” Rob said. “It will be a very relaxed, casual sort of night.” Tickets are $15 a head and available from Rob or Denton Sportspower with the event starting at 7.30pm and is being hosted at the Millicent and Arts Civic Centre. You can also donate to Rob’s campaign via the Stand Like Stone website.
TATIARA ART PRIZE ON THE HORIZON
Held every two years, the $10,000 Tatiara Art Prize, which is an acquisitive prize, invites submissions of new wall-based work by Australian artists of any theme and medium, other than photography. This year, in addition to the major acquisitive prize, the Ealkway Gallery is thrilled to be offering three new prizes: • the LOCAL ART PRIZE (non-acquisitive) of $1,500 open to any artist who has a demonstrated connection to the Tatiara - an artist who lives, works or studies in the district or the work entered into the prize is of local subject matter. • the LANDCARE UNEARTHED EMERGING YOUNG ARTIST PRIZE (nonacquisitive), in celebration of Landcare South Australia’s 20 year anniversary and State Community Landcare Conference being held in the Tatiara Civic Centre in October 2019. • the PEOPLE’S CHOICE PRIZE (nonacquisitive) of $500, will be judged by the public via a paper vote which will be announced at the completion of the exhibition. All work selected as finalists will be exhibited in a major exhibition at the Walkway Gallery from September 21 to November 1. The winner will be judged from the exhibition and announced at the official opening at 6.30pm (for 7pm) Friday, September 20. Submissions are now open and close 5pm, Wednesday, July 31.
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SOLID FAMILY HOME IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION This solid, Mount Gambier stone family home is situated on a large 1027m2 allotment and is located within walking distance to the CBD, just across the road from the Mount Gambier High School. The home features a spectacular kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, breakfast bar, an island bench and ample cupboard space. Timber ﬂoorboards ﬂow from the kitchen to the adjoining dining and large light ﬁlled lounge, warmed by slow combus on hea ng. Four bedrooms throughout, two with built in robes, an updated main bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and vanity plus another shower and toilet in the laundry area. Remote roller shu ers on all front windows provide security and assist in keeping the house cool in summer and warm in winter. The large rear yard oﬀers room for the kids to play, a double car garage with cement and power, an undercover entertaining area and another room that would make the perfect rumpus/games room, sleep out or teenagers retreat. Previously leased at $350.00 per week. A fantas c family home or investment property. Contact our oﬃce today.
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Remarkable family home located in the highly sought-a er Moorak area, set back from the road on a private and peaceful 15 acre (approx) allotment minutes from Moorak Primary School, Tenison Woods College and the centre of town. Spacious mber kitchen with electric cooking, walk- in pantry, ample cupboard space and a large breakfast bar overlooking the dining and lounge areas. 4 bedrooms or 3 and a study, the main oﬀers a sensa onal parents retreat with a walk- in wardrobe, ensuite and a si ng / lounge area. The main bathroom oﬀers a separate vanity area, separate toilet, a shower and a bath and services the 3 remaining bedrooms and is situated adjacent the large laundry area. Other features of the home include, slow combus on wood hea ng, R/C AC, open ﬁre in the formal lounge, a spectacular undercover outdoor entertaining area ﬁ ed with quality roller blinds, a slow combus on wood heater and a built-in pizza oven everyone will enjoy the quality me spent together in this area. 6 bay, 60 x 30 high clearance shed complete with cement, power and a lo for extra storage plus a double car garage with remote roller doors, a 21 panel solar system, 3 phase power, bitumen frontage from both sides of the property, Riddoch Highway and Tarrant Road plus a bitumen driveway, a total of 49,000 Litres of rain water plumbed to the home, a town water meter, an equipped bore with a 5 Hp submersible pump, a brand new Solar Hart hot water service, established gardens and fruit trees including apricots, blood plums, cherries, Granny Smith and Golden Delicious apples, raised garden beds, a 6m x 2.5m hothouse a woodlot and an undercover and external clothes line all complete this superb family home. The home is also ﬁ ed with a security system monitored by Wilsons Security. An inspec on of this home will not disappoint, call today to ensure you do not miss out this amazing family home.
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$670,000 - GRAND FAMILY LIVING
This sophis cated family home is situated on a large 3055m2 allotment, oﬀering a private and secure area for your family to call home. Surrounded by trees, shrubs, gardens and fruit trees the property oﬀers your very own piece of paradise and is located within walking distance to schools, shops and the centre of Mount Gambier. Features of this remarkable home include a generous kitchen with a sizable breakfast bar, electric cooking, ample cupboard and bench space and a butler’s pantry. This area overlooks the open plan living areas ﬁlled with natural light, quality bamboo ﬂooring, warmed in winter with the quadra-ﬁre slow combus on wood ﬁre and cooled in the ho er months with R/C A/C. This is just one of the many areas to enjoy quality family me together, or to entertain family and friends. The ground ﬂoor comprises of a large foyer / si ng room, 2 dedicated oﬃces at either end of the home, bedroom 4 with an ensuite and study, bedroom 5 or games room, a fantas c size laundry with a laundry chute, ample storage areas and a spectacular alfresco dining area opening to the front and the rear of the home. The upper level features include the main bedroom with WIR, ensuite and a large tub to soak in at the end of a long day, the second bedroom with a WIR & ensuite and the third spectacular bedroom oﬀers a separate living area and a large ensuite.
1 Park Street, Mount Gambier
ATTENTION ALL INVESTORS & FIRST HOME BUYERS
This Mount Gambier stone home is situated on an 811m2 allotment, is currently leased at $190.00 per week, on a periodic lease with amazing long term tenants. Features of the home include a large lounge with gas hea ng, dine in kitchen with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet oﬀ the laundry area with aluminium windows throughout. Another fantas c a ribute is the large rear sunroom, this space would make the perfect playroom, oﬃce or si ng room with access to the large, secure rear yard with a double carport and rear yard access. 11 Hanson Street, Mount Gambier is the perfect investment or ﬁrst home. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.
448 Wepar Road, Wepar
THE PERFECT LOCATION Conveniently located family home situated within walking distance to the CBD. The home oﬀers open plan spacious living and comprises of four bedrooms, main with built in robes and a spacious ensuite, with ﬂoor to ceiling robes in 2 of the remaining 3 bedrooms. The recently upgraded, generous sized kitchen features a 6 burner gas cooktop, large oven, breakfast bar, dishwasher & ample cupboard space. The home oﬀers 3 fantas c living areas, main bathroom centrally located with a luxurious bath, shower and impressive vanity. A light ﬁlled laundry alongside provides plenty of cupboard and bench space. The separate granny ﬂat at the rear of the home is certainly something that bigger families will appreciate and oﬀers bedroom, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. Relax and unwind or entertain on the remarkable enclosed rear deck, featuring a glass surround and remote roller blinds for your convenience, with access from both the kitchen and formal lounge room. Other features include a newly built double carport with remote roller door, a low maintenance yard, work shop, extra storage under the home and ducted hea ng throughout.
POA - FARMING LAND ACROSS 3 TITLES An opportunity to purchase 284.53 acres across 3 Titles in the Wepar / Kalangadoo area. Sec on 64 oﬀers 240 acres, Sec on 419 with approximately 40 acres and ﬁnally sec on 522 features a home and approximately 5 acres. With the preference to sell as a whole vendors would consider the purchase of individual Titles. The property is currently run as an established and successful dairy enterprise milking 260 head however would accommodate a variety of mixed farming op ons.Features include a 20 aside swing over dairy with a fully automated feed and iden ﬁca on system an 18,050L Wes alia Stainless Steel Milk Vat, feed mill, 80 and a 60 tonne silos, implement shedding, machinery shedding, under cover ca leyards with crush and a 12m x 30m hay/machinery shed. 136 acres are watered by a 12 span “Valley” centre pivot and an extra 10 acres have been ﬁ ed with permanent sprinkler irriga on. The water taking alloca on consists of 470,874 KL Artesian (conﬁned) in the Kalangadoo Management Area. Renovated pastures including Rye Grass, Chicory and White Clover with a strong fer lising history Phone our oﬃce today to discuss poten al purchasing op ons.
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4 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier 21 Turnbull Drive
Situated just 10kms out of Mount Gambier is this 108 acre property (approx.) with so much poten al. If it’s the rural lifestyle you are a er, this would be the ideal loca on to build your dream home or even subdivide the property into smaller building blocks (STCA). The property is ready for your livestock with already established ca le yards and ca le crush, shearing shed and a new 25x9 machinery shed. An ideal drought proof out block or grazing block. Water isn’t an issue as the property has a fully equipped bore with submersible pump, centre pivot and a 45 ML (approx.) water taking alloca on licence. Do not miss out on this farming opportunity!
This impeccable family home is located on a sizable 1 acre allotment and oﬀers country style living, whilst s ll enjoying the convenience of being just minutes from all ameni es. The home features a split stone façade, a spectacular front garden with a duel drive way and amazing street appeal. Inside provides spacious open plan living, a superb mber kitchen with electric cooking, a dishwasher, walk in pantry & ample cupboard and bench space. This area overlooks the dining and living areas and allows you to be a part of the family whilst preparing and cooking meals. The home oﬀers four large bedrooms, main with a walk- in wardrobe, a sizable ensuite with a two person spa bath, perfect to relax in a er a long day at work. This amazing parents retreat also features a private living area. The main bathroom comprises a bath, shower and separate vanity with a separate toilet servicing the remaining three bedrooms two with built in wardrobes. Other features of this immaculate home include a large laundry area with ﬂoor to ceiling storage, dedicated oﬃce, reverse cycle ducted air condi oning throughout, mber windows with quality ﬁxtures and ﬁ ngs, a magniﬁcent undercover entertaining area overlooking established gardens, an array of shrubs, trees and fruit trees, rear access to the 3 bay garage (currently set up as a workshop and games room). This property has so much to oﬀer your family, contact our oﬃce today to make this your family home to create many memories in.
4 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier 490 Kennedy Road, Glencoe
Lot 12 Glenelg River Road, OB Flat
COUNTRY STYLE LIVING
ACREAGE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN
16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
PRIME DAIRYING PROPERTY
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.
FRIDAY 7th JUNE 2019 10.00am A/C ESTATE M.R. MCLEAN - NEECHY FLAT ROAD, KONGORONG David Brown 900 Tractor, David Brown 1200 Tractor, David Brown Selectama c with front end loader, square bale hay elevator, square bale hay loader, electric cement mixer, New Holland 56 hay rake, 10 x 6 tandem pper trailer with stock crate, Various Nissan Patrol 4 x 4’s, 5 lamb marking cradle, KM 22 DEUTZ mower, David Brown 30D tractor, New Holland Hay Liner 68 square bailer, enclosed bike trailer YGF- 325, car ramps, 3 x Leyland P76 bodies and parts, old ﬁnger mowers, parts to a fully automa c Sunshine self-tying bailer, assorted electric tools, assorted garden tools, toolbox, McMillan metal cu ng hand saw, endless chain, Gallagher mains fence energiser, electric fence tester, high tensile 2.5mm plain wire, barbed wire rolls, 3 reels of electric tape, assortment of Gallagher fencing products, wire strainers, e downs, jumper leads, jump starter pack, assorted steel vices, overhead diesel fuel tank, overhead unleaded fuel tank, electric Selsun 1871 metal lathe, 10 x 5 tandem hay trailer, assorted nuts & bolts, extension cords, 5 x 10 tandem trailer, Remx EF series 3-phase induc on motor, Mul tool belt & disk grinding a achments, steel workbench with vice, electric hand pieces & shearing equipment, aluminium
irriga on pipes, Belarus 611 tractor with front end loader & hay forks, assorted tyres & rims, poly and galv ﬁ ngs, 3 PL disk plougher, Mouldboard 3 Pl plough, steel feed troughs, welding helmets, oil ﬁlters, assorted poly pipe, JimJet Automa c Sheep Je er, Mazda 626 VBE 553, 5 in 1 Power sta on, S ll pole saw, rapid 700 ba ery charger, air compressor, viper mig welder, socket sets, 5.5 kva generator, electric fencing supplies, CIG easy welder, Wes nghouse 210 litre fridge, step ladder, wooden table and two draws, glass top table, wooden chest of draws, wooden 2 door cabinet, Wes nghouse 411 fridge & freezer, Wes nghouse freezer, Simpson 7kg heavy duty washing machine, round dinner table with carved wooden legs, wooden wri ng desk, 4 draw ﬁling cabinet, wooden piano, old suit cases, wooden chairs, side cabinet with glass doors, hall stand with coat & hat hangers, single bed frames, 2 draw ﬁling cabinet, 60 medium squares pasture hay (6x3x3).
OUTSIDE ENTRIES K series 5 foot 50 hp galvanised slasher (very good condi on), Giltrap 3 PL round bale silage feed out with forks (very good condi on), 2 x molasses roller drums, 2 versa le front-end loader frames, 500 litre poly diesel tank with 12 volt tank (very good condi on)
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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 and 75 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 Lot 2 Kongorong-Tantanoola Road, Tantanoola
3 Dino Place, Mt Gambier
633 Worrolong Rd, Worrolong
• Selling due to health reasons • Approx. 150 acres • 4 paddocks included all watered by the windmill • 2 paddocks include heavy carrying peat country • Good cropping & grazing property • Over 100 bales (round) cut oﬀ 20 acres plus all year grazing • Has run over 440 sheep all summer, plus ca le • 4 natural springs Auc on Sunday 30th June 2019 at 11am on site unless sold prior.
150 ACRES APPROX
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
25 Kain Road, Caroline
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
13 A unga Street, Mt Gambier
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
5 Link Street, Mt Gambier
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
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CENTENARY VIEW ESTATE
Auc on - 30th of June at 2pm on site, unless sold prior • Located in the heart of Mount Gambier stands this stunning turn of the century home • Modern kitchen with electric appliances and great storage • 3 generous sized bedrooms, 1 with BIR’s • Renovated bathroom with large shower, toilet & vanity • Bones of a granny ﬂat outside, come in and do it up • Great poten al & renovator
COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENTS Minimum 5000m2 - Less than 5km from centre of Mt Gambier Register your interest NOW call Wendy 0468 692 993 Disclaimer: we are not selling the tower
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795. Emily Rayner 0417 665 085
15 Blume Terrace, Mt Gambier
44 Lindsay Street, Mt Gambier
4 Jackway St, Blackfellows Caves
Jason 0419 032 795. Emily 0417 665 085
Lot 4 & 6 Hay Tce, Kongorong
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Irriga on pivot to water at least 100 acres or more on sandy loam soil within 50km’s of Mt Gambier. Phone Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 4
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WANTED Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
3 Sco Court, Mt Gambier
18 Agnes Street, Mt Gambier
6 Hill Crescent, Mt Gambier
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ZONED INDUSTRIAL ON 2,200M2 BLOCK
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CURRENTLY LEASED AT $270 PER WEEK
EXCELLENT TENANT LEASED AT $240 PER WEEK
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CURRENTLY LEASED AT $230 PER WEEK BIG SHED
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12 ACRES + HUGE SHEDS
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
10 Wentworth Court, Mount Gambier
Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266
Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281
Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350
64 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier
NEW > SOLID & SPACIOUS
NEW > EXCELLENT INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Beautifully presented solid brick & tile family home located close to the Mt Gambier Hospital and Mount Gambier TAFE. Inside oﬀers 3 bedrooms, the main oﬀering walk in robe and ensuite and two additional bedrooms both with BIR’s. Large formal lounge with bay window and French doors plus a lovely open plan living area incorporating large timber kitchen with walk in pantry and dishwasher, meals and family space. Practical main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity plus laundry and separate toilet. Double car garage UMR with remote and internal access into the home along with a lovely pergola area overlooking the low maintenance back yard with fruit trees and garden beds. Extras include gas ducted heating, gas hot water, side access and lock up garden shed. Immaculate inside and out! Great value for money!
Well presented investment property with a fantastic tenant showing an excellent rental return. Oﬀering large north facing formal lounge room with big windows, featuring plenty of natural light. Beautiful kitchen/dining area with loads of storage, plus breakfast bar overlooking the large dining area. Positioned at the front of the home is the main bedroom oﬀering BIRs, with an additional two bedrooms (one with BIRs), conveniently located near the main bathroom, oﬀering separate bath, shower, toilet and laundry. Extras include gas heater, 10 solar panels, enclosed rear porch, garage UMR with internal access, plus large rear enclosed yard. Currently tenanted for $265.00 per week on a periodic lease, this property is showing excellent returns with a secure tenant, willing to sign a new lease.
$299,000-$309,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW PRICE 38 CURRAWONG CRES, MT GAMBIER $520,000-$535,000
NEW PRICE 48 BAY ROAD, MT GAMBIER
Sharne Evans Alanna Guthridge CLIENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416 P: 08 8723 3416
$215,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
NEW PRICE 82 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $229,000-$239,000
NEW PRICE 5 ORCHARD RD, MOORAK $445,000-$455,000 2.5 ACRES
SATURDAY 10.45-11.15 -
Luxurious 5 bedroom home 2 spacious living areas Sophisticated alfresco area Huge garage with storeroom and workshop Stunning street appeal with commanding views Located close to the iconic Blue Lake walking trail, reserve and schools
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
NEW 3 SPEHR, MT GAMBIER
- Located in Mount Gambier’s prestigious Bay Road precinct - Delightful stone home on an easy to maintain 1013m2 allotment - Oﬀering three bedrooms, master with BIRs, plus study or fourth bedroom - Top location for B&B or to live the latte lifestyle - You will be hard pressed to ﬁnd a home on Bay Road with this price tag!
- Oozing old world charm and character is this delightful three bedroom stone cottage centrally located on 800m2 allotment - Oﬀering three large bedrooms, country style timber kitchen and separate dining space with s/c wood heating and a light ﬁlled lounge with built in bar - A single carport UMR, lock up workshop with power, woodshed and beautiful private gardens, frame this historic home
- Charming country lifestyle property 5 minutes’ drive from the CBD - Located on 2.5 acres in the sought after Moorak district - Country kitchen with WI pantry, formal lounge and family room - Huge outdoor entertaining area with sweeping southerly views - Large detached games room with extra toilet and double carport
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
12 OAKRIDGE CRESCENT, MT GAMBIER
NEW 499 CAFPIRCO ROAD, COMPTON
Perfectly positioned on a picturesque tree lined street Boasting 3 spacious bedrooms, main with BIR’s plus large lounge Easy to maintain luscious lawns with appealing garden Oﬀering outstanding tenants on a periodic lease, willing to sign a long lease with an independent rental appraisal of up to $260 per week - Extras include recently replaced iron roof & new hot water system
- Situated in one of Mount Gambier's key residential addresses • 3 bedrooms plus oﬃce & three separate living areas • Impressive 2 pak kitchen with distinctive glass splashback, corner pantry and granite benchtops • Large entertainer's pergola with chiminea and zip track blinds plus second alfresco entertaining area • New ducted gas heating and split system air conditioning
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
1 WALLACE STREET, MT GAMBIER
- 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 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
33 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER
- City lights and Blue Lake beauty with a living area with views that rival the best - Roomy bedrooms, a charming bathroom, study or fourth bedroom and a kitchen that’s quaint and cute - Extras include slow combustion wood ﬁre, r/c air conditioning, French doors, huge 3 bay shed and front and rear property access
Beautiful country family home on 6.5 acres. Stylish kitchen with huge open plan living / dining area. 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite. Second living area / kids games room. Double garage plus high clearance carport. Bore, rainwater tank, plus amazing kids playground complete the property. 4
1A BETULA ROAD, MT GAMBIER
NEW 10 KALIMNA CRESCENT, MT GAMBIER
- Spacious stone home in the lakes area - Featuring three large bedrooms all with BIRs, fully renovated kitchen plus a large open plan dining and living zone - A large upstairs rumpus room provides an extra living space or fourth bedroom - Extras include workshop, 5.7 kW solar system, r/c split system air conditioning, double carport UMR and lock up garden shed Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
NEW PRICE 18 BADENOCH ST, MT GAMBIER $260,000 - $265,000
- Architecturally designed brick & tile family home, positioned on a corner allotment with low maintenance gardens - Oﬀering 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s, kitchen with dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven, separate formal dining and central lounge - Extra features include 2 split air conditioners and gas log ﬁre - Outside oﬀers an undercover entertaining area, s/car carport and s/car garage UMR with remote door & internal access.
- 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
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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
22 TENISON DRIVE, MT GAMBIER
- The epitome of family living at one of Mount Gambier's ﬁnest addresses. - Approximately 70 squares in size, the home provides a large family space and a relaxing sanctuary to come home to. - Four bedrooms under the main roof including luxurious master suite plus detached studio with bathroom and WIR. - Superbly renovated kitchen plus formal lounge and theatre rooms. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
NEW PRICE 34 DERWENT COURT, MT GAMBIER $299,500
- Fantastic family home or investment property with HUGE living areas - Offering three bedrooms (all with BIRs), main with ensuite, separate formal lounge, huge open plan kitchen/dining lounge with stunning renovated kitchen - Separate office or fourth bedroom, allows for extra living or a work from home option - Extras include separate iron shed & large solar system. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 2 1
2/4 BOANDIK TERRACE, MT GAMBIER
23 ANNETTE STREET, MT GAMBIER
- Magniﬁcent 2 storey family home in a private location, within walking distance to the Marketplace Shopping Centre and the Mt Gambier Hospital. - Stunning Blackwood timber kitchen with dishwasher, electric cooking & WI pantry. - Other features include formal dining area, plus separate lounge, ideal as a billiard or home theatre room and 8 person indoor swim spa. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 3 6
103 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST, MT GAMBIER
Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266
Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281
21 HILLTOP AVE, MT GAMBIER
Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350
- Perfectly designed and positioned on an elevated block to take in the wonderful southerly views. - A spacious and light filled living area providing formal and informal areas to relax and unwind. - The kitchen offers Induction cooktop, electric wall oven, dishwasher and large walk-in pantry - A separate office will provide the perfect space to work without distraction Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 5 2 2
NEW PRICE 37 STARLINE PLACE, MT GAMBIER $239,000
- 1895 Villa in the heart of the city of Mount Gambier - This quaint home would make a delightful bed & breakfast (STCA) or your new home - Revamped kitchen/meal area plus separate lounge room with slow combustion heating and ﬂoorboards - Single garage with remote control roller door plus extra storage shedding
- Solid brick & tile 3 bedroom home, oﬀering an ideal investment opportunity - Featuring BIRs in all bedrooms, large lounge with gas heating and open plan kitchen/dining with electric cooking & r/c a/c - Outside features include low maintenance gardens, pop up sprinklers, rear yard access to enclosed yard and remote single car garage UMR with internal access
Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281
Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281
VILLA MONT - 20537 RIDDOCH HWY, MIL LEL $649,000 5 ACRES
124 SPRINGS RD, PT MACDONNELL 10 ACRES
Sharne Evans Alanna Guthridge CLIENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416 P: 08 8723 3416
4 GLENMONT CRES, MT GAMBIER
- Attractive family home, located on a corner allotment, in the highly sought after Conroe Heights area - Featuring three large bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and remaining bedrooms all with BIR’s - Oﬀering gas log ﬁre and split system cooling - Outside features include undercover entertaining area, single garage UMR including internal and remote access Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
19/184 JUBILEE HWY WEST, MT GAMBIER
- A small low maintenance courtyard garden with garden shed.
92 – 94 MEYLIN ST, PORT MACDONNELL
- Great property in a highly desired location - Lower level includes three bedrooms (two with BIRs), kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath, toilet & vanity and open plan living/dining area - Upper level includes balcony with outstanding views over the city plus loft which can be transformed into a second living space
- Located just a 5 minute drive from Mount Gambier on ﬁve acres - The main residence includes a beautiful living space & 3 bedrooms plus self-contained studio featuring kitchenette, living space and a loft bedroom with ensuite currently used for boutique accommodation - Excellent shedding, rain & bore water, gas heating & r/c air conditioning, 5kW solar system, huge veggie garden & fruit trees plus separate atelier and downstairs wine cellar
- 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 - A great lifestyle property for those who want the country lifestyle close to the beach
- Brick & tile family home located just a short walk to the beach, hotel, general store, post oﬃce and library - Oﬀering an open plan living area including blackwood timber kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher and a spacious living room with s/c wood heating - Single garage under main roof with remote and internal access, plus an adjoining carport
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
4-6 BURNEY STREET, ALLENDALE EAST
- Built in 2011 this beautifully presented family home offers style, size, space, storage & shedding - Huge tiled open plan living area with stylish kitchen and an additional children’s play room - Loads of vehicle parking including double car garage UMR plus rear yard access to a 9m x 7.5m colorbond shed with 2.5m clearance, power & concrete floor Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
NEW 230 KIRIP ROAD, GLENCOE 4.5 ACRES
4.5 acre rural living allotment ready to build on (S.T.C.A.) Excellent position close to Glencoe School & football club Bitumen road frontage with power passing Dry winter block with easy access to bore water Build your new home and save on stamp duty
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
271A PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $479,000 - $499,000
- 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 - The home is supplied by 3 rainwater tanks plus equipped bore, supplying the gardens & toilets Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 3 3
BADENOCH'S DELI, MOORAK
$139,000 + 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
16 RACKETTS RD, PELICAN POINT
54 CARPENTER ROCKS RD, CARPENTER ROCKS
- Spectacular brick home located in the township of Pelican Point, within seconds of the seafront & 20 minutes drive from Mt Gambier - Oﬀering 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s, superb open plan living area, modern kitchen with gas cooking and ample cupboard space - Outside features a large s/car garage with remote & internal access with drive through access to a large 9m x 6m shed with concrete, power & toilet
- Exceptionally large seaside home boasting huge living areas and loads of shedding • 4 bedrooms with BIRs plus kitchen/meals with electric cooking. • Large lounge plus huge games room with bar and s/c wood heating • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Loads of shedding including single stone garage with workshop
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4
SWALLOW DRIVE, MT GAMBIER
Swallow Drive Meat Supply - Well established butcher shop, next to busy IGA - Retail & wholesale meat & poultry business - Profitable business with room for expansion - Updated cabinetry, excellent plant & equipment with delivery van included - Iconic business servicing the area since 1976 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
LEA LEA'S PLACE - 50-52 BOANDIK TCE
- 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
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6 TENISON DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR
5 BIRKDALE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 8 CAR
THE BEST ADDRESS OFFERS INVITED Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water.
PERFECT HOUSE, GREAT SHEDS $439,000 The perfect home to keep the whole family happy. Great sheds and high clearance carports, ideal for boats and caravans plus workshop garaging. Open plan living, classy kitchen, with stainless steel appliances walk in pantry. Meals family room connected to covered patio.
7 LANGE STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR
5 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR
INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS $269,500 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.
PRESTIGE AT FAIRWAY ESTATES $495,000 Located in the popular fairway estates and just a stones throw away from the prestigious mount gambier attamurra golf course. Open living and entertaining areas are a feature of this home and complemented by raked ceilings, northern aspects and easy-care gardens.
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6 lifestyle allotments for you to choose from. Measuring in size from 3,734 sq/m to 4,954 sq/m, ideally located only a few hundred metres from mount gambier basket ball stadium, suitable easy building allotments including fencing, character timber entrances and mountain and country views. Power and water serviced. Build your dream home with room to move. 1 SAVANNAH COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR
37 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR $549,000 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.
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.
2 TWILA GROVE MT GAMBIER 5 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR
FIVE BEDROOMS 18 HEATH STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR PERFECT CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT $229,950 Inspection will impress of this immaculate 3 bedroom home plus family room. Easy care brick construction, easy maintenance yard. Upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher and heaps of cupboards lounge room with electric heating and cooling.
SIMPLY THE BEST
22 HEDLEY STREET MT GAMBIER BUILDING ALLOTMENT $139,000 Beautiful inner city allotment, ideal for townhouse living. Your design or ours your builder or ours. Choose your fixture and fittings. Northern aspects with views, save thousands on stamp duty. Walk to café’s and shops. Rsl bowling at your door. Life made easy.
87 MILSTEAD STREET PT MACDONNELL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR
26 BLUEBELL DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
PRICEATTACK MT GAMBIER LONG ESTABLISHED BUSINESS $80,000 PLUS SAV Great opportunity to step into a premier retail business, with good trading figures, and the backing of one of australia’s leading retailers of professional hair care. Perfect for the mother and daughter team, professional couple or individual providing a steady income.
Ideal for the larger family with 5 bedrooms 3 living areas plus 2 bathrooms. Located in a quite cul-de-sac with parklands and playgrounds only a stones throw away. Brick home in good condition inside and out. Split system airconditioning, open kitchen meals family room plus formal lounge and tv room, covered patio area, looking over private secure yard, ideal for kids and pets. Double carport plus double garage.
$595,000 TO $`625,000
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, open living areas, a kitchen to love with stone bench tops, and the best in appliances. Tinted windows that bring the outside in coupled with views over parks.
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PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME $235,000 Make life easy with this fantastic holiday home, located metres from the sea, cafes and parks. Up stairs 3 bedrooms sleeping for 10, with decking area and sea views. Downstairs, kitchen meals family area, slow combustion heating, separate toilet and shower.
SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Candice Merrett 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Emma Beare
10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier firstname.lastname@example.org www.vickiquinnrealestate.com.au Follow us on 2 HUNTINGDALE COURT
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.
86 HARRALD STREET PRICED TO SELL
8 LERAY AVENUE
JUST MOVE IN AND ENJOY
Completely renovated 3 bedroom stone home. All bedrooms have built ins. Freshly painted inside and out. Brand new window furnishing and ﬂoor coverings. Superbly renovated bathroom with separate shower/bath and second toilet. Remote double length garage with vehicle access to large rear yard. Plenty of room to construct extra shedding STCC. Great location with the rail way lands bike/walking track right outside your front door.
REAR YARD ACCESS TO SHEDDING
Quietly located in a cul de sac on a large allotment, this immaculate 4 bedroom home. Has much to offer a family or just those wanting some space around them. Offering: a good size formal lounge. Spacious walk in robe and ensuite to main bedroom. Large open plan area consisting of kitchen with walk in pantry, gas cooking. Dining and family. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are a good size and both have built in robes. 3 way main bathroom, with luxurious spa bath. Internal access from the double garage under main roof and rear yard access. To massive rear yard, and colorbond garage measuring approx.. 7.2m x 6.4m which also has a third toilet. Built in 2004, the home is warmed by ducted gas heating and split system reverse cycle Rain water is also plumbed to the home. Put this one on your go to list.
40 WEHL STREET NORTH
Vicki Quinn is pleased to offer for sale this spacious 3 to 4 bedroom home. Located a 2 minute walk to the main street. Offering a detached studio, insulated with a shower and kitchen facilities, ideal for a home based business. All bedrooms are a great size bedroom 1 has a walk in robe while 2 and 3 have built in robes. Renovated main bathroom plus 2nd toilet Entertain around the kitchen and living areas, perfect for family gatherings. Timber doors lead to alfresco dining. Double carport with remote rollerdoor. Add your own touches and you won’t be disappointed.
36 STILES STREET
IDEAL FOR THE FAMILY WITH ROOM TO MOVE
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. Please phone Vicki on 0417 804 782
21 TURNBULL DRIVE
STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE
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.
RENTALS 3/172 Commercial me ercia al S Street tre eet West West st A Avail vail N Now ow $ $160pw 16 LEASED 2 1 1 1/99 Sturt Street trreet Avail Avail 9.5.19 9.5 5.119 $185pw $1 LEASED 2 1 2/4 Myall Street re eet Avail Now Now $185pw $1 LEASED Avail 2 1 1 237 Yahl Main in nR Road oad Avail 3.5.19 3.5 5.119 $195pw $1 LEASED Avail 2 1 0 4/10 William m St Street treet eUND ee et ER APPLIC Avail Availl 12.6.19 112.6 2.6.119 $200pw $2 200pw 3 1 1 10/48 Lake Terrace East Avail Now $225pw 3 1 1 4/24 Ferrerss S Street t re e t Avail Avail Now Now $240pw $24 LEASED 2 1 1
1930’S BUNGALOW IN PRIME LOCATION
AN IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT
3 good size bedrooms. Large Lounge with split system heating cooling. Kitchen dine overlooks pergola area. Stainless steel cooker plus dishwasher and WI pantry in kitchen. Neutral décor throughout. Lovely outdoor undercover entertaining. Good size rear yard, ideal for kids. Enjoy cosy winters in front of the slow combustion heater. Hassle free living here in a quiet neighbourhood. All front windows have rollershutters, ideal for the shift worker.
102 GRAY STREET
10 JASMINE AVENUE
ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN MAX YOUNG PARK
18 Peake St Street t re e t Availl. 15.2.19 15.2.119 $280pw $ LEASED Avail. 3 1 1 56 Brownes Road Avail 10.7.19 $300pw 4 1 1 40 Wehl Street tre eet N North ortth LEASED Avail Availl Now Now $ $330pw 4 2 2 2002/7 Lake Terrace West Avail 01.6.19 $360pw 3 2 1 (Fully furnished) 17 Gwendoline Street Avail $365pw olin ne S t re e t vail 77.1.19 .1.119 $ LEASED A 3 2 2 9 Coral Court ou urtt Avail Avail 30.6.19 30.6 6.119 $395pw LEASED 4 2 4 40 Elizabeth Street eet Avail Availl Now Now $450pw $ LEASED 3 2 0
Vicki Quinn is pleased to offer for sale this stunning executive home offering loads of space for the entire family. Comprised of 4 bedrooms, all a great size, with the master suite featuring a walk-in robe and ensuite. There is a dedicated office that could also be used as a 5th bedroom. The open plan kitchen dining and family areas have an abundance of natural light with gas cooking and electric oven. Off the living area is a separate games room/kids retreat, allowing for plenty of peace and quiet for mum and dad. An elegant alfresco area allows for outdoor entertaining all year round, as well as outdoor decking for the Summer months. Internal access is available from the double garage under the main roof, in addition there is vehicle access to the large rear yard. With modern ﬁttings and neutral décor throughout, this outstanding property with a total of 4 living areas shouldn’t last long.
4/2A ARBOR STREET
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.
RENTAL OF THE WEEK 56 BROWNES ROAD
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK
2/1 DANIEL STREET
Available 10.07.19 @ $300 p/wk
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This affordable two bedroom home offers a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the ﬁrst home buyers or investors.
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
10/2A COOLABAH ST, MT GAMBIER
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
63 PANNELLS RD, ALLENDALE EAST NE
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 1 TAWARRI CRES, MT GAMBIER
9/36 HARRALD ST, MT GAMBIER W
3/17 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER 3
OFFERED AS A WHOLE OR AS INDIVIDUAL TITLES Total of 241 acres with 437 meg irrigation licence. Water taking licence to be negotiated per title if sold separately. LOT 1 • 158 acres approx. • 74 acres under centre pivot irrigation • T + L Electric Pivot • 22 unit swing over Dairy with 300 cow yard • High clearance hay/machinery shed
ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363
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15 LARK PL, MT GAMBIER
9 AMBROSE CT, WORROLONG
29 DOHLE RD, YAHL
ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363 4 LINDSAY ST, MT GAMBIER
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING JUNE 14TH AT 1PM
LOT 2 • 83 acres approx. • 69 acres under centre pivot irrigation • T + L Electric pivot • 3 bedroom limestone cottage
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
48 CARDINIA ST, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
16 BIRDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER
ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363
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2760 DARTMOOR-HAMILTON RD, DIGBY 4
24 CAPE DOUGLAS RD, CAPE DOUGLAS
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78 BERTHA ST, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
Collins St, Suttontown LOT 211 $149,000 LOT 219 $135,000 LOT 255 $145,000 LOT 251 $125,000 LOT 252 $125,000 LOT 221 $120,000
We have tenants ready to move into a 4 Bedroom Property NOW. Call our Property Management team today on 8726 4400
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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
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12 Mayfair Crescent
46 Harrald Street
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 ceilings, leadlight features and lovely big rooms, this gorgeous home will accommodate the family that wants space but still be within easy reach of the city.
6 Boandik Terrace
LOT 36 Stella Place
Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for those looking for low maintenance living and flat rear yard access.
Great start to build your dream, fully serviced, quiet cul de sac location, close to schools, shopping and reserves. Only 2 blocks left- be quick!
12 Callahan Place
3 Warrick Close
23 Agnes Street
An absolute stunner of a home. Boasting solid construction, massive rooms, protected rear entertaining area plus OPEN access to rear yard. Get SAT ready to be impressed. 10.15 - 10.45
5 Hilltop Avenue
21 Canavan Road
An exceptional and affordable family home, superbly positioned on a north facing 1285m2 (approx.) corner allotment OPEN overlooking the Rail trail SAT walking and cycling path, a 11.00 - 11.30 short stroll to the City centre,
11 Lorikeet Street
Deceivingly spacious – perfect for the largest family. Two big living areas, huge covered outdoor entertaining area, 2 bathrooms, 2 driveways & solar. The list OPEN goes on – Inspect and be SAT impressed! In conjunction 9.30 - 10.00 with Key2Sale.
This beautifully presented home is situated in a sought after location in close proximity to the boutique shops, Cafes and Restaurants of Commercial Street and easy walking distance to Saint Martins Lutheran College and McDonald WED Park Primary school. A fantastic 5.00 - 5.30 find that ticks all the boxes.
34 Derwent Court
NEW PRICE 4
Large four bedroom family home, main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, spacious family room featuring wet bar area & views of the city.
a 378m2 approx
A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants.
77 Tollner Road
a 5001m2 approx
2/25 Suttontown Road
(Zoned Rural Living). A fantastic rural living allotment only minutes to popular schools, sports complex & city centre. Fast developing western side of the city, this 5,000m2 (approx) allotment is a prime spot for your dream home.
2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 3 3
An affordable community title unit in small group of 2. Private rear unit with low maintenance grounds, generous living area, enclosed rear yard. Leased @ $215 p/w until June 2019. An ideal investment.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING 1PM JUNE 21ST 2019 – UNLESS SOLD BEFOREHAND The ultimate entertainer – A quality home & BIG on space. Boasting three generous living area, gourmet kitchen, huge outdoor entertaining & low maintenance self cleaning pool. Perfectly located for elevated sweeping views, no stone has been left unturned.
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!
2/5 Banksia Street
RENTALS 2/2 Peters Street 4/3 Kilsby Place 45B Sassanowsky Road 4/4 Underwood Avenue 29 John Street 1/4 Hartley Street 1/17 Canavan Road 15 Shadylyn Close 86 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 8 Tallara Avenue 2/2B Lake Terrace 45B Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown
14 Bond Street
Exceptional unit with superb 2pak kitchen, fantastic undercover entertaining area and a great sized yard for the gardener. An absolute must to inspect!
7/28 Queens Avenue
Desirable lakes location. A spacious home fit for a growing family. Big bedrooms, big block & big living areas. Wonderful Northern view over the city & close to city centre and quality schools.
A desirable community title unit in a quality complex. Appealing neutral decore, covered outdoor area and garage UMR. Currently leased until August 2019 @ $225 p/week. Secure investment.
1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au email@example.com Ph 8724 8088 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1
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Avail 07/06/19 $150 per week NEW Avail 18/6/19 $150 per week Avail 05/07/19 $220 per week Avail Now $230 per week Avail 14/06/19 $230 per week Avail 28/6/19 $230 per week Avail now $250 per week Avail 1/07/19 $250 per week Avail Now $280 per week Avail Now $280 per week Avail Now $330 per week NEW Avail now POA
4/4 Underwood Avenue
2/2 Peters Street
Avail Now 2
• 2 bedrooms both with built in robes • Kitchen/dine with dishwasher, electric cooking & air conditioner • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Fully enclosed yard • Single garage under main roof with remote control and internal access • No Pets • Property is listed on the sales market **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
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29 John Street
2 1 1 $230 pw • 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes • Lounge with gas heating • Eat-In kitchen with electric cooking • Detached garage with remote access • Central location • No Pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
• 2 Bedrooms, main with built in robe • 1 Bathroom, shower with separate bath • Eat in Kitchen, electric cooking • Separate Lounge Room • Separate Laundry • Off Street Parking • Close to Town, low maintenance, no pets **INSPECTION 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
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41 Cutting Court, Worrolong
a 1,478m2 approx
Positioned in the heart of Worrolong offering a true Country oasis. Set on 5.7 acres (approx) of lush pasture, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 living zones, 17mX6m fully powered colourbond shed. Screaming quality everywhere you look, simply special!
21 McGregor Street
A rare opportunity offering two dwellings on the one title. One dwelling offers three bedrooms, kitchen/meals/family, laundry and bathroom. Dwelling two offers two carpeted bedrooms, kitchen/meals/ family, laundry and bathroom, stone garage/workshop.
Located in Mount Gambier’s premier residential subdivision Springview Estate, large 1,478m2 allotment, fully fenced with colourbond fencing, power, water & town sewer all connected.
18 Kookaburra Court
‘UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM AUSTRALIAN EXECUTOR TRUTEES LIMITED’ Perfectly located in the popular Birdsville area and sited on a generous 900m2 (approx.) allotment, this immaculate home will impress the fussiest buyer, local shopping, schools and reserves a short stroll away. Exceptional!
Haviland Court Port MacDonnell
221 Collins Drive
219 Collins Drive
29 Compton Street Port MacDonnell
Located in the heart of Port MacDonnell just one street from the beach front, this flexible floor plan offers unlimited possibilities. Add your finishing touches & live your coastal dream.
6 Old Kent Court
Cute and charming bungalow style home located right in the heart of the town. Four bedrooms, formal lounge, updated bathroom, second living space or formal dining room.
41 Canavan Road
This superbly renovated home oozes charm & style, gleaming timber floors, crisp modern decore and immaculate presentation. This stunner is an absolute must see!
This fabulous home exudes a feeling of warmth from the moment you arrive. An outstanding cul-de-sac location. Bring your tennis racquet – you guessed it, this home has a full sized tennis court.
3/25 John Street
5 Ralston Road
48 Jubilee Hwy West
14 Kooringa Street
Priced from $140,000
Located in Mount Gambier’s premier residential subdivision Springview Estate, large 1,244m2 allotment, fully fenced with colourbond fencing, power, water, town sewer all connected.
• Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township • Ranging between 1ha – 2ha • Services include power and Telstra • 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing • Fully bitumised road throughout • Allotments oh so close to the beach • Phone Gebhardts for further information
a 1,244m2 approx
14 Houston Drive
2194 Carpenter Rocks Road, Kongorong Approx 8 acres
$650,000 Set over 3600m2(approx.) land totalling 2 titles, large industrial premises previously used as a seafood factory, zoned light industrial. Unlimited opportunity!
5 Peters Street
Great central unit located in a quiet group of three. Currently leased. Ideal investment to add to your portfolio. Inspect asap!
2 Hawk Place
Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.
15 Gardiner Terrace
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 2/2B Lake Terrace
Neat as a pin 8 acre residence located a short 20 minute drive from Mount Gambier. Offering 4 bedrooms, large lounge, eat-in kitchen, older shedding. A rare offering with great rural setting and views.
Great for the growing family, cul de sac location, detached family room/ extra accommodation for the extended family, phone for your inspection.
Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular Birdsville area close to schools and local shopping. An absolute must to inspect!
A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding- 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.
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66 Sturt Street
3a Mitchell Street
2B Helen Street
2/2 James Street 66 Sturt Street 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3
• Three bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite, others with built in robes • Open plan kitchen/meals/family • Separate lounge room with bay window • Three way main bathroom • Gas heating & reverse cycle split system • Covered paved pergola area • Single garage – internal access • Pets negotiable, outside only **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
3A Mitchell Street 53 Commercial Street East 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 2B Helen Street
• Front showroom, office and store • Workshop with mezzanine level • Total area as a whole approximately 400m2 • High traffic area with great exposure • 3 phase power • Off street parking • Available now
• Approximately 47.5 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Rear parking area • Store room
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Commercial • Approximately 215 metres square • 4 offices plus conference room • Flexible floor plan to suit your requirements easily separated into 2 offices • Front reception area, open space, two kitchenettes, two toilets • Front and rear access to building, 3 car sparking spaces • Separate filing room • Ducted electric heating/cooling system
OUT & ABOUT • IBIS ART PRIZE • NARACOORTE
Lachlan Leake - First Prize Student 3D
India Chaston - 2019 IBIS Viewers Choice Prize
Helen Scheel - First Prize Photography Sally Withers - Mary Bainger Prize
Kelcey Dolphin - First Prize Student Primary to Yr 4 OTHER AWARD WINNERS: Isabel Teate - First Prize Student Photography Trent Stewart - First Prize 3D
Madelaine Bird - First Prize High School Student
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Enoch Zhang - First Prize Student Yr 5 - 7
OUT & ABOUT • GRANT DISTRICT COUNCIL HONOURS VOLUNTEERS
Port MacDonnell Mens Shed Volunteers - Peter Whitehead, Bob Lynch, Graeme Wright. Malcolme Hall & Max Carrison
Tarpeena’s Val Phillips & Carol Duckett
Sally & Ted Pohlner
Chris Tilley, Ruth Carrison, Marie Lynch & Bob Lynch
Cr Shirley Little, Cr Gill Clayfield, Clare Scriven MP, Mayor Richard Sage & Cr Megan Dukalskis
Reg Gurney, Caroline Menzel, Heather Fox & Cr Shirley Little
Tarpeena Volunteers who travelled on the coach
Port MacDonnell Op Shop volunteers - Mildred Peerce, Dawn Lawler, Pam Brown & Lisa Gavin
Phil Simpson, Bob Davis, Mayor Richard Sage & Poppy Howe
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Jeanette Elliott & Cr Megan Dukalskis
IN THE GARDEN The long drawn out Indian summer, well into Autumn, was certainly a welcome surprise. Whilst most of us were glad when the rains did finally come it was a shock to the system as the temperatures have plummeted too. Winter is firmly in our grip as we turn our attention in the garden to raking up the lovely autumn leaves for compost and planting new season citrus trees, deciduous fruit and nut trees and of course all the wonderful ornamental trees coming out of the paddock from Limestone Coast Advanced Trees. If you haven’t got your orders in by now you may just miss out to Interstate orders. The majesty and splendour of trees is without doubt one of the most truly outstanding parts of nature and life would be pretty strange without them. Whether it’s ornamental trees for visuals, fruit and nut trees for food or shelter, trees all play such an important role. I recall moving to boarding college in my young teens and marvelling at the trees around my college campus. Having come from the most northerly town on mainland Great Britain, the wind and salt laden air reduced us to Sycamore Trees (Acer pseudoplatanus), Rowans, Larch and pine forests - ironic that I should end up in Mount Gambier surrounded by pines of a different kind. I also recall filling my book list when I went on to university and having to purchase Hillier’s Guide to Trees and Shrubs, an amazing publication by the famous tree growers themselves and lapping up the contents with great glee and discovering
By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant
a whole new world of trees in the arboretum surrounding the uni campus. Whilst back then deciduous trees were ground grown too, like today, and this allows us to offer bare rooted trees in winter in their Dormant state straight from the paddock to you. At present we, at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, are digging our new stocks of trees and fruit trees from the paddocks and yesterday a few thousand trees landed in our retail nursery and production sheds on Bay Road in preparation for processing orders. By the time this goes to print we will have dug and processed most of the trees and roses for season 2019 with thousands more to pick and pack for interstate and internet orders over the coming months. If you haven’t already placed your orders, especially for the huge new range of dwarf fruit trees (see facing page) we are introducing for this year, be quick. Sadly, as nurseries have diminished across the region and across Australia we remain one of the few “proper” nurseries left. Here at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees we cater for orders
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large and small for the domestic home gardener, farm trees, and so on, in addition to supplying most local authorities around the region. If you have roses or trees ordered with us and have not heard from us this means your order is not yet ready for collection. Do not panic if you have not heard from us as it takes many weeks/ months to compile all of the orders, with many cases just waiting for that last elusive one to come in to complete the order. Hundreds of standard roses have been dug a little earlier than normal due to the dry conditions earlier which has helped no end getting the roses dug this year from the fields, so if you haven’t yet thought about these to order, you still have the chance to browse the selection on our website, bearing in mind that we are heavily booked up with orders for this season, so get in quick if you haven’t yet ordered. Limestone Coast Roses is the lowest price mail order rose grower and supplier in Australia with standard roses from just $23.95 another reason
to get in quickly as most of our roses go to internet and mail order in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria with may local people missing out which is ironic when they are grown right here with paddock direct prices. A small amount of stock is still to come in from suppliers of varieties that we do not grow ourselves. Many of the eagerly awaited 2019 new releases, including the Winx Rose and Glamourpuss rose both highly perfumed along with two new David Austin releases for 2019 – Olivia Rose and The Poet’s Wife. See www.limestonecoastroses.com. au for the full range of 2019 roses plus all the other varieties we grow and stock and make sure to get your orders in by Sunday . This season sees the release of a large number of new fruit trees, many apple and a peach, mainly in the dwarf varieties, that have become so sought after as well as popular European plums such as dwarf Sugar Plum (who can resist) and a new Black Mulberry called Lena, which if you have moved to a
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smaller garden or unit but still want the old varieties now you can on more compact trees. With gardens decreasing in size, the fact that dwarf trees bare as much if not more than their full sized counterparts and their use in pots and planters means now there is literally no variety that isn’t available in dwarf. After many years of asking we have finally introduced the peacharine in dwarf. Hooray! I think I will have one of those on my shopping list! Our range of Cider Apples is continuing to increase as the demand for these has intensified greatly with the advent of many men taking to cider making as an interest. Hopefully we will have enough Kingston Black to last the season! All of the details for all of the above are on our comprehensive website www.gardenarium.com.au/trees and go into the fruit tree section and we have current catalogues in store to help with your choosing. Most of our other fruit trees are also in store now with an Orchard Starter fruit tree pack of any three fruit trees , a great economical way to kick off your planting or top up with some fresh new trees. Early bird specials are running now on a huge range of trees and also early orders of ornamental trees will be given and upgrade to a larger sized tree. These include the ever popular Silver Birch, also advanced Weeping Cherries at only $79.95 are a steal. The boss has gone mad and put huge reductions on ornamental pears in several varieties, (be quick as there is once again a national shortage) especially of our exclusive evergreen variety, Wintergreen, that is ideal as a specimen tree or for screening and hedging, plane trees, golden and claret ash, plus a few others, so order now or come in to grab these great bargains. (See advert facing page). Early bird specials run until June 16, unless sold out prior. There are a few other new release ornamental trees for 2019 in addition to the standout new dwarf ornamental pear we have been trialling for a few years now and great for those who like all the attributes of the ornamental pear family but find all the others grow too big, there are also a new flowering cherry, standard Kanzan, grafted on to a tall trunk, this elevates this variety of tree allowing it to be walked under or as a specimen tree in a courtyard or small garden. The New Cercis Collection we have including a rare white flowering variety and the new Cercis Flame and, of course, the stunning new, compact version of the ever popular Cercis Forest Pansy called merlot, for its deep burgundy foliage turning oranges and golds in autumn. We only have limited numbers of this new release so be quick (see facing page). If you haven’t placed an order for this winter season, now is the time as they are here. Open all June long weekend, including Monday, 10am-4pm.
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ART SHOW CELEBRATES THE KELPIE Casterton’s picturesque landscapes, beautiful nature and quintessential Australian culture continue to attract the attention of Australia’s best artists. It is these themes which will be showcased at the True Blue Art Show as part of the Australian Kelpie Muster this June long weekend. More than 80 entries have been attracted for the popular event, hosted annually by the Rotary Club of Casterton which spends hundreds of hours transforming the Casterton Town Hall into a makeshift gallery for the iconic celebrations. Rotarian Sheryl-Lee Connolly is among the faithful helping to recruit artists and coordinate the art pieces. “The artists come from everywhere to be part of our show, you name it and they are here,” she said. “It’s great because we have such a strong local artist base. There is the likes of Megan Lonsdale from Edenhope who is an amazing young artists and Jo Taylor, a former local who has moved away to Cheltenham to develop her talents but is back entering the show with
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countless other local names.” Amongst the entrants is the Artists in the Valley group, who will also be running their own exhibition in their neighbouring Henty Street art space as part of the weekend festivities. Ms Connolly said Casterton’s profile as an underground arts community was growing, with a number of new artists settling in the area. “I think artists are attracted to Casterton because we have such beautiful landscapes; there is inspiration all around you. If you want to take it up (painting), there is always someone around willing to teach you. We are just that sort of community,” she said. These local talents will be showcased alongside Italian born artists Katrina Lodge the show’s feature artist. Now based in Nareen, Ms Lodge is well recognised across the Green Triangle for her abstract and colourful creations, which are currently on show at the Portland Arts Centre. Furthermore, Natimuk visual artist and filmmaker Hannah French, whose sister Sally is a teacher at the Casterton Secondary College, is the event’s main judge. Hannah has been instrumental in the Wimmera community, working with school children to realise a number of community art projects. Ms Connolly said the 2019 show had focused on embracing local talent, inspiring the next generation of artists. “This year we are showcasing the best local artists from our local schools with their own junior section. We look
forward to seeing Hannah’s reaction as part of the judging process. I think she will be looking for something individual, which has strong technique and we can’t wait for the result,” she said. More than $4000 worth of prize money is up for grabs across five categories including the Kelpie Prize, Landscape, buildings, machinery, animals (Australian native or farm), People, and Junior section. The True Blue Art Show opens this Thursday at the Casterton Town Hall at 6.30pm. Tickets are available for prepurchase from Gorman Real Estate or the Co-op Shop for $15, or alternatively at the door for $20. To learn more visit the True Blue Art Show Facebook page.
PROVING THE VALUE OF THE KELPIE AS THE WORKING MAN’S BEST FRIEND It’s GAME ON for the Casterton Kelpie Association this June long weekend as it prepares to set a new world record for the price of a Kelpie working dog. The iconic weekend long festival recorded a world record price for the sale of a Kelpie in 2018 reaching a staggering $22,200 and attracting worldwide media attention. However, the benchmark was broken earlier this year when a three and a half year old bitch bred by Eveready Kelpies of Woodstock sold at a Jerilderie auction for a staggering $25,000. “It is game on,” Casterton Kelpie Association president Karen Stephens said. “Our committee is looking to break this record this June long weekend as we attract some of Australia’s top Kelpie breeders. The sale of Glencairn Seven, owned by Christian Peacock of Waterloo, was a game changer last year. People understand these dogs are not just a purchase, this is an important investment in your business and livelihood and farmers are willing to pay top price, and travel from far and wide from across Australia, to get their hands on the best dog. We all know the Kelpie can do the work of seven men providing efficiency and cost savings to
producers, but most importantly they are a beautiful companion there to serve you and your family.” Sunday’s Australian Premier Working Dog Auction at Island Park is expected to attract more than 60 vendors with dogs showcasing their talents in the pen before being placed up for auction. This is followed on Monday by a Working Dog Training School, with some of the country’s best trainers sharing their best tips for refining a dogs skills. It is the Saturday festivities which stop traffic with the street closed off as Kelpie owners show-off their dogs unique abilities in a series of endurance and skill tests with city based Kelpie dogs taking on their country farming cousins. Among the attractions is the Kelpie Hill Climb, an action packed race up Casterton’s iconic Blueberry Hill racing around the Fleur de Lee, or the Stockman’s Challenge which includes
an obstacle course for horse, rider and kelpie to achieve. For those looking for speed the Kelpie Dash, a 50 metre sprint in the town’s main street is a challenge whilst Kelpie Pinball tests the dogs patience as it guides Indian Runner Ducks through an obstacle course. The Kelpie High Jump is always a crowd pleaser with dogs this year vying to beat the world record of 2.951 metres jumped by Bailey owned by Tegan Eagle in 2016. For those looking for a test of endurance there is the Kelpie Triathlon which includes three events, the Kelpie Dash, Kelpie High Jump and Kelpie Hill Club. lifestyle1.net | 26
Mrs Stephens said each year more than 10,000 people booked out the town to enjoy the unique showcase of events, music, food, wine and festivities. “The Australian Kelpie Muster is unlike anything else in Australia. Our town comes to a standstill to celebrate Casterton as the ‘’birthplace’’ of this iconic and much-loved working dog which was born here and has assisted to completely transform Australian agriculture,” she said. “We are now celebrating this story year-round with the opening of our Australian Kelpie Centre which includes a static display featuring the people and places which have been involved in the Kelpie story. Since opening last year it has broken
Glenelg Shire Council’s visitor figures and shows no sign of slowing. Videos from last year’s event have attracted more than 100,000 views on social media attracting a new global audience wanting to learn more about this dog. We are extremely excited about what this year’s event will bring and we look forward to seeing you all there.” To learn more about the Australian Kelpie Muster visit http://www. castertonkelpieassociation.com. au/ or click on the event Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ AustralianWorkingDogMuster/ PHOTOS COURTESY OF DEB NOLTE
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The Naracoorte Camera Club has unveiled its seventh annual exhibition Captured Images - and it will run at the Narcoorte Art Gallery until the end of this month. Come along and see what the club’s members have been up to over the past year, with the exhibition featuring amazing photos by talented local photographers.The Naracoorte Camera Club meet at the Art Gallery rooms on the second Wednesday of the month and always welcome new members whether experienced or not. The club has a “try before you buy” policy, so come and join in.
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THE REGION’S TRACKS & TRAILS IN THE SPOTLIGHT The spotlight is on the Glenelg Shire’s tracks and trails and community members are invited to have their say on how they use the region’s vast trail network for running, cycling, walking, rolling or paddling. Council is currently developing the Glenelg Shire Tracks and Trails Strategy, seeking to identify opportunities to better promote and enhance the diverse range of tracks and trails within the shire. As part of the development of the strategy, residents who use any of the tracks or trails within the shire are encouraged to submit their feedback as part of an online survey. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank hoped to see all user groups, from BMX through to horse riders, completing the short survey. “If you ride your bike through the forests, run along the coastlines or paddle along our river pathways you are using our tracks and trails and we want to hear from you,” she said. “We want to gather any feedback you may have, including any ideas or issues you have to improve the tracks and trails network. The feedback we receive will be instrumental in shaping
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the Glenelg Shire Tracks and Trails Strategy, a first of its kind document which will outline council’s priorities for the tracks and trails network and guide future investment. In particular, the strategy will focus on the key areas of recreation (health and wellbeing), tourism (cultural, environmental and recreational) and connectivity (commuter use). I urge all community members to take five minutes to head to the Your Say Glenelg website and complete the Tracks and Trails Survey –
your input will help us determine how we can improve our tracks and trails for the future.” To complete the Glenelg Shire Tracks and Trails Strategy Survey please visit the Your Say Glenelg website via https://yoursay.glenelg.vic.gov. au/. Hard copies can be accessed at council’s Customer Service Centres. The survey will close 5pm this Friday. PHOTO COURTESY OF PETER CORBETT
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Method Preheat oven to 180°C/160°C fan-forced. Grease a 3cm-deep, 16cm x 26cm slice pan. Line with baking paper, allowing a 2cm overhang on all sides. Place butter in a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM (50%) for 1 minute or until melted. Set aside to cool. Stir in vanilla and sugar. Sift flours over butter mixture. Using a wooden spoon, stir until a soft dough forms. Transfer to prepared pan. Press into pan. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven. Set aside to cool. Make topping Whisk eggs, lemon rind, flour and sugar together until smooth. Add lemon juice. Whisk to combine. Pour over base. Bake for 15 minutes or until just set. Cool completely in pan. Dust with icing sugar. Cut into pieces. Serve.
REDUCING YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT MADE EASY & AFFORDABLE There is definitely still a high level uncertainty around climate change policy in Australia but the good news is, there is plenty we can do as individuals and communities to reduce our carbon footprint and not only protect the environment but also put money back into our own pockets. Alex Georgiou, from Community Solar Program ShineHub, said the opportunity exists for communities to have an impact regardless of government policy. “From a personal perspective half your carbon footprint comes from vehicles, and the other half comes from energy usage,” Alex said. “So you can change from petrol to an electric car but you will still have the energy usage of charging but when you change your power to solar you absolutely reduce your carbon footprint significantly. You are replacing the energy you use with the sun, with renewables.” The South Australian Government battery subsidies has made going solar even more affordable, in a State where 50 percent of the energy comes from wind or solar. Of course, it is the demand when that power is not available that is often focussed on and
that’s where ShineHub’s virtual power plant concept comes into play. That is where you have a collection of homes with batteries that can make the stored renewable energy available to the grid when required. “We have four or five of these communities using the virtual power plant already set up in South Australia and it does work,” Alex said. Put simply, taking up either the pay as you go or outright purchase offers provided by ShineHub will see a drop in your electricity bill by reducing your usage charges – joining a virtual power plant means you can also whittle away the daily usage charge for connecting to the grid. “You can
SAVE THE DATE The Limestone Coast Symphony is holding its annual concert series on June 29 at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre and June 30, at the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre - the first time the orchestras has performed in Millicent. Contact the venues to book your place now for this high quality performance featuring exclusively local talent. J une 29 is an evening performance and the June 30 event is a matinee performance.
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Five adults with disability in the South East recently enjoyed a weekend getaway as part of a brand new program by Cara, one of South Australia’s leading disability service providers. Cara’s Getaways program is especially for adults (aged 18-40) with disability to take a short holiday with their peers. The first South East Cara Getaways from May 24-26 saw five young adults from the South East travel to Halls Gap in the picturesque Grampians National Park in Victoria. The group enjoyed an action-packed weekend including taking in the
scenery at the Reeds Lookout and the Balconies, feeding the deer at the Halls Gap Zoo, a scavenger hunt around Halls Gap, heading out for dinner, and patting the horses at the Grampians Horse Riding Centre. Cara Service Manager Kylie Withers, who is Mount Gambier based, said that she was excited to launch Getaways in the South East in response to local demand. “After bringing Cara’s Camps for Kids (for children aged 4 to 17) program to the South East last year, we’ve had a lot of people asking about recreation programs for adults,” Ms Withers said.
realistically end up with a zero total bill,” Alex said. ShineHub offers new solar and battery technology starting at just $9,999 or $131/month through the program. The program also offers ‘payas-you-go’ options that aren’t available anywhere else across Australia. In last year’s program, the most popular option was the ‘Lease to Own’ product which is exclusive to South Australia and allows you to save up to 42% on electricity costs instantly without paying a cent upfront. Head to the ShineHub website for more information about how you can get involved and start racking up the savings.
“There’s nothing else like Getaways in the region and we are really proud to launch this program, which is open to adults with disability from the South East or Western Victoria with NDIS funding.” “We tailor the weekend to the interests of the customers heading along, and we encourage them to choose what they’d like to do so there’s flexibility within the group to do different things at the same time.” “Our first ever South East Getaways was fantastic – everyone had a great time and really enjoyed getting to know each other and having a weekend away lifestyle1.net | 31
from home.” “The group were able to get out and about in the beautiful Grampians, as well as escaping the wet weather with some fun indoor activities including playing board games and making their own pizzas.” Cara’s Getaways staff have training and qualifications to support people with high-health needs, including medication management, gastronomy nutrition and personal care, as well as working alongside adults on the autism spectrum. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funds Getaways through Short Term Accommodation. The next South East Getaways will be held in September 2019. For more information or to register your interest, please contact Kylie Withers on 0429 910 176. Above (left) - Cara customer Shayla Hein feeding a deer at the Halls Gap Zoo. Above (centre) - Cara customer Nikita Praolini meets ‘Sailor’ the horse at Grampians Horse Riding Adventures Centre. Above (right) - Cara customer Billi Jo Mitchell with Cara Service Manager Kylie Withers feeding a kangaroo.
FREE MULCH FOR THE COMMUNITY
The Wattle Range Council is holding another one of its popular Free Community Mulch Days. The next day will be Sunday, June 16, from 10am to 2pm at the Penola facility. Free mulch for residents and community groups is on offer with a loader on site to fill your ute or trailer. Please bring protective equipment and a tarpaulin to cover your load. A disclaimer form will need to be signed. Head to www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au/wasteinitiatives for more details.
LOCAL SPORT KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Penola 6.1 7.5 9.12 14.15 (99) Kybybolite 1.1 2.3 4.6 5.8 (38) Goals - Penola: B. Merrett 7; A. Merrett, M. Berkefeld, J. Currie, S. Merrett, S. Klemm, S. Berkefeld, B. Bryant. Kybybolite: K. Rodgers 4; B. Castine. Best - Penola: L. Walker, B. Maney, S. Merrett, B. Bryant, H. Porter, S. Berkefeld. Kybybolite: K. Rodgers, B. Castine, T. Cooper, T. Hunter, M. Tonkin, T. Woodard. Border Districts 3.2 8.7 12.9 16.13 (109) Kaniva Leeor 2.4 3.6 6.9 13.13 (91) Goals- Border Districts: S. Mansell 4; G. Hampton 3; Z. Edwards, F. Adams, B. Helyar 2; J. Baron, M. Quinn, H. Falkenberg. Kanvia Leeor: M. Wundke 5; C. De Visser, R Barnes, C. Hitchcock 2; S. Vivian, J. Jarred. Best - Border Districts: M. Quinn, N. Naylor, J. Baron, B. Denmead, F. Adams, J. Helyar. Kanvia Leeor: R. Barnes, C. De Visser, C. Meyer, M. Wundke, B. Clark, J. Jarred. Naracoorte 1.2 6.3 14.8 15.10 (100) Kingston 2.8 5.12 8.13 11.14 (80) Goals - Naracoorte: B. Goujld 5; F. Day, S. Willson, B. Mitchell 2; J. Gregg, S. Gurney, L. Kelson, D. Myall. Kingston: D. Richardson 3; C. Healy 2; R. Clarke, B. Simpson, B. Kennedy, S. Robertson, B. Warner, T. Baker. Best - Naracoorte: W. Limbert, J. Gregg, K. Jacobs, J. Bettonxelli, J, MacDonald, S. Willson. Kingston: J. May, S. Mazzone, J. Armfield, B. Warner, T. Baker, J. Fisher. Bordertown 5.2 9.3 12.5 16.6 (102) Lucindale 2.6 4.11 8.16 13.19 (97) Goals - Bordertown: J. Barras 8; G. Twigden, J. Searle, S. Devitt 2; N. Hapel, T. Underwood. Lucindale: R. Milne 3; S. Marlding, L. Kelsh 2; R. McInerney, D. Ogilvie, A. Eckermann, L. Jones, J. Teakle, S. Spriggs. Best - Bordertown: R. Tink, N. Dahlitz, L. Martin, J. Barras, J. Verco, J. Searle. Lucindale: S. Mardling, D. Ogilvie, S. Spriggs, L. Kelsh, J. Watson, H. Tregoweth. Padthaway 5.2 7.5 14.9 18.11 (119) Keith 2.1 4.4 4.6 8.9 (57) Goals - Padthaway: J. Vandermeer; J. Scott, L Harder 3; M. Raitt, J. Eats, A. Longbottom. Keith: G. Thring, J. Robertson, M. McConough 2; W. McMurray, J. Irwin. Best - Padthaway: J. Vandermeer, A. Longbottom, J. Eats, L. Harder, J. Scott, M. Raitt. Keith: W. McMurray, R. Menz, J. Jones, A. Dunstan, J. Robertson, M. McDonough.
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Glencoe 5.4 13.9 16.13 22.14 (146) Port MacDonnell 4.4 6.8 9.15 15.18 (108) Goals - Glencoe: B. Foster 5; A. Gregory 4; A. Hentschke 3; D. Pfitzner, D. Childs 2; T. Weaver, B. Hentschke, C. Von Duve, Z. Cocks, M. McRae, T. Edwards. Pt Mac: B. Newton 5; J. Schleter, H. Stevens 2; N. Brotherton B. McGregor, J. Owen, D. McElroy, M. Smith, B. O’Dine. Best - Glencoe: M. Kasparian, C. Von Duve, Z. Cocks, D. Pfitzner, D. Childs. Pt Mac: B. McGregor, B. Newton, H. Stevens, N. Wilke, B. O’Dine, W. Chant. Robe 1.1 2.5 7.6 10.12 (72) Hatherleigh 3.4 4.5 6.8 10.10 (70) Goals - Robe: T. Lockwood, J. Kelly 3; H. Bigmore 2; J. Jarrett, Q. McCallum. Hatjherleigh: B. Wight 5; J. Wight 3; L. Brown, W. Chay. Best -Robe: R. Dickinson, J. Wehl, J. Pettit. Hatherleigh: J. Skeer, L. Walker, J. Gray, M. Leek, B. Fabris. Tantanoola 10.4 14.6 24.9 29.17 (191) Nangwarry 3.0 4.3 4.5 5.6 (36) Goals -Tantanoola: S. Hanifrod 13; J. Varcoe, B. Pitts 4; R. Osborne, H. Brown 2; L. English, C. Saint, M. Roberts, S. Jennings. Nangwarry: J. Timms 2; T. Ploenges, Z. Watson, J. Virtanen. Best - Tantanoola: S. Haniford, H. Brown, D. Pink, L. English, Z. Walker, C. Saint. Nangwarry: G. McWaters, J. Timms, G. Hutchesson, Z. Watson, C. Hicks, J. DeJong. Mt Burr 3.1 5.7 6.10 10.14 (74) Kalangadoo 4.1 5.2 9.4 10.5 (65) Goals -Mt Burr: J. Gregory 5; D. Rdiley 3; N. Muhovics, J. Wallis. Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 3; B. Galpin, A. Stone 2; E. Maney, C. Mules, T. Jones. Best - Mt Burr: T. Stanely, D. Ridley, N. Muhovics, J. Fiebig, J. Wallis, J. Gregory. Kalangadoo: J. Bannister, T. Jones, S. Casey, M. Fatchen, B. Auld, L. Hay.
B GRADE Glencoe 9/7 (61) d Port MacDonnell 4.9 (33) Hatherleigh 10.10 (70) d Robe 4.9 (33) Tantanoola 17.12 (114) d Nangwarry 4.1 (25) Kalangadoo 23.12 (151) d Mt Burr 2.3 (15)
Port MacDonnell 7.9 (51) d Glencoe 5.5 (35) Hatherleigh 10.10 (70) d Robe 3.2 (20) Tantanoola 13.7 (85) d Nangwarry 4.4 (25) Mt Burr 21.15 (141) d Kalangadoo 4.4 (28)
Penola 17.12 (114) d Kybybolite 2.1 (13) Border Districts 13.20 (98) d Kaniva Leeor 4.10 (34) Keith 11.8 (74) d Padthaway 10.7 (67) Kingston 12.8 (80) d Naracorote 5.6 (36) Lucindale 6.8 (44) d Bordertown 5.7 (37)
Port MacDonnell 4.9 (33) d Gelncoe 1.1 (7) Robe 11.3 (69) d Hatherleigh 0.0 (0) Tantanoola 11.8 (74) d Nangwarry 3.2 (20) Mt Burr 14.13 (97) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0)
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Penola 7.5 (47) d Kybybolite 4.5 (29) Kaniva Leeor 11.3 (69) d Border Districts 9.5 (59) Kingston 10.6 (66) d Naracoorte 9.7 (61) Padthaway 8.9 (57) d Bordertown 5.12 (42)
JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 9.10 (64) d Penola 0.0 (0) Keith 11.3 (69) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.2 (8) Naracorote 9.10 (64) d Kingston 0.0 (0)
WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE North Gambier 5.0 7.2 11.4 15.7 (97) Millicent 2.1 3.3 7.6 8.7 (55) Goals - North: N. Moretti 5; T. McLennan 4; H. Telford, M. McInerney 2; N. Brown, N. McINerney. Millicent: F. Bradley 2; Z. McGuiness, K. Bradley, P. Duncan, M. Reilly, L. Smith. Best - North: H. Telford, T. McLennan, M. Telford, J. Hollitt, B. Kennedy, C. Buckley. Millicent: D. Bromley, J. Grimes, F. Bradley, J. Walker, D. Tincknell, K. Bradley. West Gambier 2.3 8.7 10.10 12.12 (84) East Gambier 3.0 4.1 5.4 6.7 (43) Goals - West: B. Papps 4; J. Attard 3; J. Schapel 2; G. Ha, S. Zeitz, T. Holmes. East: J. Dawe 3; M. Willson, M. Rumbelow, M. Scanlon. Best - West: B. Papps. K. Giddings, J. Attard, J. Williams, S. Wenman, T. Lewis. East: J. Eldridge, T. Balshaw, Rl Brewster, G. Janeway, M. Scanlon, F. Scanlon. Casterton Sandford 5.1 8.3 10.6 10.9 (69) South Gambier 0.1 1.1 3.5 6.9 (45) Goals - Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, R. Killey, W. MacDonald 3; J. Searle. South: B. Kain 2; T. Reid, K. Jones, A. Harkness, J. Tentye. Best - Casterton Sandford: J. Searle, G. Widdicombe, M. Cowland, B. Guthrie, J. Carlin. South: S. Fleming, B. Keding, B. Saffin, N. Jenkin, J. Tentye.
North Gambeir 13.12 (90) d Millient 5.6 (36) West Gambier 17.13 (115) d East Gambier 1.2 (8) Casterton Sandford 13.16 (94) d South Gambier 7.4 (46)
A GRADE Branxholme-Wallacedale 6.2 8.3 9.9 14.11 (95) Cavendish 1.2 5.5 5.8 5.9 (39) Goals - Branxholme-Wallacedale: J. Austin 3; L. Ewing, O. Pitts, J. Overall 2; N. Sullivan, T. Frost, T. Cogger, J. Walker-Gould, A. Caruana. Cavendish: S. Alexander 3; D. Praolini, R. McHaughton. Best - Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Lambevski, J. Ausint, B. Lowcock, J. Walker-Gould, R. Wheeler, A. Caruana. Cavendish: D. Turner, B. Lewis, A. Burn, A. O’Connor, B. Herrmann, T. Huf. Westerns 1.5 6.6 11.7 20.9 129) Dartmoor 3.1 6.5 6.10 8.13 (61) Goals - Westerns: J. Bliss, L. Warburton 5; R. Cracknell 4; S. Vella 3; C. Anson, S. O’Brien, L. Roninson. Dartmoor: A. O’Connell 3; S. Jones, J. McCrae, L. Polaski, M. Oldfield. Best - Westerns: K. Anson, S. O’Brien, L. Warburton, S. Vella, N. Stiles, M. England. Dartmoor: K. Smith, J. Polaski, L. Polaski, M. Oldfield, T. Middleton, J. Roptini. Heywood 0.0 3.4 5.7 9.11 (65) Heathmere 3.2 3.3 8.5 9.5 (59) Goals - Heytwood: L. Malseed, W. Lovett 2; D. Handreck, J. Fadersen, G. Slade, P. Clover, B. Martin. Heathmere: L. Davis 4; C. McNabb 2; H. Telfer, J. Andrews, W. Pickett. Best - Heywood: T. Lovett, W. Lovett, D. Handreck, R. Gordon, E. Bott, J. Fadersen. Heathmere: Z. Deane, H. Telfer, J. Andrews, W. Pickett, J. Patterson, S. Lovett. Tyrendarra 3.1 6.2 7.5 7.9 (51) Coleraine 1.1 4.3 7.4 7.6 (48) Goals - Tyrendarra: S. Marra 3; T. Deans, B. Sheahan, T. O’Connell, B. Bentley. Coleraine: P. Sinnott 3; W. Slattery 2; E. Manders, J. Povey. Best - Tyrendarra: B. Bentley, M. Peters, B. Sheahan, S. Marra, J. Cleary-Jones, T. Richardson. Heathmere: M. Lang, C. Hogan. L. Eats, T. Gleeson, Z. Soawyer, E. Manders. Left - West’s Josh Schapel gets this kick away under pressure.
UNDER 18 Millicent 22.20 (152) d North Gambier 6.2 (38) East Gambier 11.9 (75) d West Gambeir 68 (44) South Gambier 8.5 (53) d Casterton Sandford 6.10 (46)
UNDER 16 West Gambier 6.11 (47) d East Gambier 4.5 (29) North Gambier 13.8 (86) d Millicent 3.3 (21)
UNDER 14 East Gambier 4.6 (30) drew with Wesr Gambeir 4.6 (30) South Gambeir White 7.2 (44) d Casterton Sandford 3.1 (19)
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Warrnambool 3.5 7.6 15.6 19.7 (121) Hamilton Kangaroos 3.2 4.6 5.9 10.17 (77) Goals - Warrnambool: D. Ewing 10; L. Cody 3; A. Steere 2; J. Turland, B. Bull, M. Bidmade, J. Bell. Hamilton: J. Pepper, H. Douglas, D. Russell 2; D. Godwin, D. Starkie, B. Thomas, H. Waldron. Best - Warranmbool: D. Ewing, A. Steere, J. Turland, S. Wilson, M. Bidmade, T. Graham. Hamilton: C. Quinn, J. O’Brien, T. Ross, H. Douglas, L. Dare, J. English. Portland 3.1 3.5 7.7 11.9 (75) Terang Mortlake 3.2 5.5 6.9 8.12 (60) Goals - Portland: T. Jennings, T. Watts, A. Shepherd 3; J. Dunlop, T. Oakley. Terang Mortlake: N. Couch 2; L. Wareham, G. Bourke, I. Kenna, C. Baxter, J. Lehmann, M. Baxter. Best - Portland: H. Jennings, A. Shepherd, D. Falcone, T. Watts, P. Pekin, P. Haylock. Terang Mortlake: N. Couch, J. Arundell, Hl. Hobbs, C. Baxter, M. Arundell, P. O’Connor.
Above - Jordy Coombe & Robbie Brewster in the heat of battle during the Roos’ impressive win over the Bulldogs. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
U12 Boys Strikers 6 def Redbacks 2 The Lower South East Hockey Association’s u12 Boys put on a great display of hockey on Saturday morning with Tigers and West playing some outstanding hockey in Tigers 1-0 victory. They were followed onto the field by Strikers and Redbacks who continued the great display. Strikers are a powerful side and went into the encounter as favourites but Redbacks play with a great deal of passion and pride and should never be underestimated. Strikers looked to stamp their dominance on the game from the opening whistle as they immediately drove downfield and earned their first penalty corner of the game within the first 30 seconds. Redbacks were still settling into the game but managed to repel the corner through good play from both their fullbacks and goalkeeper Josh Milan. The resulting free hit was turned over though with Strikers Jack Sharman finding the ball and sending it back into attack. Sebastian Ricketts was perfectly positioned to receive the ball from Sharman and with Milan exposed by his defense, Ricketts was able to put the ball away for the early lead. Strikers continued to dominate possession and push forward. With Jack Sharman controlling the midfield and causing turnover after turnover it was at times left to Milan to keep Redbacks in it but he was up to the task. At around the 5 minute mark Redbacks started to settle into the game and create some opportunities of their own. Trystan Miller was starting to show some spark and some run on the left hand side of the field but at this stage was playing a lone hand up forward while Orlando Vause was starting to solidify the defense. Ricketts was still working hard up forward for Strikers. Half way through the first half he was threatening the sorer again but thanks to pressure applied by Redbacks his shot drifted harmlessly wide left. Strikers at this point had control of the game but were not dominating as they are used to. Harrison Degaris stepped up a gear and scored his first of the game to double the lead. With 11 minutes remaining before the break Sharman made a perfect cross field backstick pass to an open team mate inside the circle but the ball was again sent wide of the goal. Looking to capitalize on Strikers mistakes Redbacks were able to quickly turn defense into attack with Trystan Miller finding himself in a one on one situation with the keeper. He was able to send it past the stretching Connor Hagget to claw one back. Strikers were playing a little too confidently in defence and this was allowing Redbacks back into the game. Attack is where they excel and they quickly were attacking again after a turnover deep in defense allowed Degaris to score his second. They were soon back on the attack with Degaris and Sharman in what seemed to be a two on one situation with the Milan. A hard running Orlando Vause was soon on the scene to thwart the attack but in doing so gave away a penalty corner. His energy and enthusiasm paid off as Redbacks were able to defend it successfully and head into the half time break facing the 3-1 deficit. Strikers looked to put the game away early in the second half and two minutes in Sharman settled that with a great old style baseline run from where he found the open Degaris who put it past Milan for his third goal. cont. page 36
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LOCAL SPORT KNT NETBALL
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL
Penola 84 (S Skeer, S Lock) d Kybybolite 32 (B Bugg, K Heinrich) K/L United 45 (C Dodson, T Peoples) d Border Districts 38 (A Mould, E Pretlove) Keith 71 (J Smart, M Wachtel) d Padthaway 33 (E Edwards, K Ward) Lucindale 61 (C Dawson, H Smart) d Bordertown 39 (J Lange, A Bruce)
Glencoe 76 d Port MacDonnell 44 (J. Trench); Hatherleigh 43 (S. Failkner, M. Pulmer) d Robe 30 (A. Hunter, A. Campbell); Tantanoola 72 (J. Walker, C. Walker) d Nangwarry 35 (E. Stokker, T. Wilson); Kalangadoo 72 (J. Peacock, J. Nunan) d Mt Burr 34 (L. Corman, L. Baker)
Casterton Sandford 65 (C. Harris, T. Perry) d South Gambier 54 (I. Walker, A. Pearce-Raisin); Millicent 86 (D. Verbena, L. Duldig) d North Gambier 40 (E. Brown, A. Bryan); West Gambier 55 (C. Ransom, J. Freeman) d East Gambier 46 (M. Amy, T. Gray)
Penola 60 (C Long) d Kybybolite 32 (N Sears, M Moss) K/L United 44 (T Vivian, K Clark) d Border Districts 43 (L Cother, T Hindson) Keith 64 (L Forrest, P Jones) d Padthaway 33 (K Lang, S Shepherd) Kingston 46 (B Clarke, L Marden) drew Naracoorte 46 (A Harris, S Ford) Lucindale 47 (S Logan, N Hocking) drew Bordertown 47 (E Orrock, S Jarrett)
Port MacDonnell 55 (M. Millard, J. Trench) d Gelncoe 43 (S. Lawler, J. Gosden); Robe 49 (K. Moore, J. Lawrie-Read) d Hatherleigh 28 (A. Faulkner, C. Pink); Tantanoola 51 (J. Matthews, L. Barber) d Nangwarry 30 (C. Lock, A. Pratt); Kalangadoo 57 (J. Kilsby, R. Wetherall) d Mt Burr 24 (C. Reilly, A. SmithMuhovics)
Casterton Sandford 60 (N. Rhook, E. Grigg) d South Gambier 37 (B. Bouchier, L. Page); Millicent 50 (T. Sanderson, S. Ellis) d North Gambier 34 (P. Douglas, J. Little); East Gambier 58 (H. Wilson, A. Geraghty) d West Gambier 39 (G. Monkley, C. Hunter)
Penola 50 (H Klemm, K Finch) d Kybybolite 28 (I Bates, L Gogan) Keith 61 (L Dick, G Clark) d Padthaway 36 (D Woodman, P Richards) Naracoorte 49 (M Pretlove, L Gill) d Kingston 37 (M Armfield, J Daniel) Lucindale 48 (I Smith, T Maxwell) d Bordertown 33 (K Motteram, J Barton)
Port MacDonnell 48 (B. Wilson, S. Morgan) d Glencoe 43 (H. Greenfield, S. Auld); Robe 47 (K. Foreman, K. Dening) d Hatherleigh 28 (E. Ellis, K. Smith); Tantanoola 77 (D.White, S. Peters) d Nangwarry 27 (E. Hogan); Kalangadoo 56 (E. Mules, I/ Giddings) d Mt Burr 26 (L. Bowering, K. Uva)
Kybybolite 41 d Penola 35 (J Lucas, S Pitt) K/L United 45 (T Chaston, C Wallis) d Border Districts 36 (M Wilkinson, J Jenkins) Keith 71 (T McAuley, H Harper) d Padthaway 21 (E Cannatelli, J Cockerell) Naracoorte 29 (T McRae, L Schroder) d Kingston 28 (A Stenner, K McCarthy) Lucindale 51 (H Miller, P Keynes) d Bordertown 40 (C Searle, T Nixon)
Glencoe 60 (A. Cocks, S. McDonnell) d Port MacDonnell 59 (K. Watson, K. Horrigan); Hatherleigh 50 (G. Gray, F. Jackman) d Robe 10 (E. Haebich, D. Turner); Tantanoola 57 (L. Hoffman, H, Radlery) d Nangwarry 11 (K. Anderson, M. Hodgson); Kalangadoo 48 (J. Carlson, B. Winterfield) d Mt Burr 28 (W. Taua, M. McRostie)
17 & UNDER Kybybolite 52 d Penola 17 (A Gartner, J Snell) K/L United 48 (C Dodson, T Pearson) d Border Districts 37 (S Walter, O Mould) Padthaway 53 (P Moyle-Read, O Grundy) d Keith 33 (E Llewellyn, E Mewett) Lucindale 51 (S Dellaney, G Bittner) drew Bordertown 51 (T O’Sullivan, H Weatherald)
16 & UNDER Kybybolite 47 d Penola 33 (E Hutchesson, S Peterson) Border Districts 70 (R Pfitzner, C Gherardin) d K/L United 21 (E Williams, H Dreyer) Naracoorte 60 (C duRand, K Edwards) d Kingston 51 (J Holmess, E Watson) Bordertown 58 (J Schneider, A Steinberg) d Lucindale 15 (T Ryan, S Dellaney)
15 & UNDER Kybybolite 36 d Penola 21 (A Henry, A Copping) K/L United 48 (M Saunders, E Vivian) d Border Districts 23 (L Pape, C Rata) Kingston 41 (G Bastiaans, T Daniel) d Naracoorte 28 (C Wooley, M Bruce)
13 & UNDER A Penola 29 (S O’Brien, H Berkin) d Kybybolite 9 Border Districts 31 (A Burke, V Boddington) d K/L United 17 (E Palmer, M Coad) Keith 36 (S Rowsell, P Rayson) d Padthaway 26 (R Grundy, B Edwards) Naracoorte 37 (H Waihape, B Foster) d Kingston 20 (A Mules, K Pilmore) Bordertown 29 (A Fuentes, C Twigden) d Lucindale 22 (A Schutz, O Handbury)
13 & UNDER B Lucindale 11 (E Pinchbeck, A Rayner) d Bordertown 6 (E Barras, C Treloar)
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Heathmere 55 (C. Gadsden, H. Ball, A, Smith) d Heywood 43 (T. Morris, J. Lovett-Murray, M. Hoggan); Cavendish 74 (C. Crawford, K. Pickford, E. Langley) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 26 (S. Pevitt-Holmes, C. Tonissen); Tyrendarra 76 (R. Kane, C. Down) d Coleraine 35 (J. Mickel-Parry); Westerns 52 (T. Rowe, P. Clayton) d Dartmoor 36 (C. Selleck, R. Vankalken, C. Finnigan)
17 & UNDER Glencoe 53 (Z. Parham-Hawke) d Port MacDonnell 39 (A. Jones, M. Millard); Robe 56 (R. Nettle, T. Nicolle) d Hatherleigh 43 (M. Butler, R. Coote); Kalangadoo 52 (J. Ryan, J. Solly) d Mt Burr 30 (C. Muhovics, S. Fox)
15 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 40 (K. Sneath, S. Lomas) d Glencoe 38 (Z. Mulraney, A. Thompson); Hatherleigh 63 (L. Haines, E. Redden) d Robe 27 (M. Wirth, A. Turner); Tantanoola 60 (J. White, A. Rogerson) d Nangwarry 11 (K. ButtonSander, M. Redden); Kalangadoo 64 (B. Lythgo, S. Varcoe) d Mt Burr 18 (M. Gamble, J. Brant)
13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 37 (B. McPherson, R. Moody) d Glencoe 20; Hatherleigh 48 (L. Paul, B. Poulish) d Robe 25 (S. Brooks, E. Dew); Nangwarry 44 (L. Tasker, P. Hicks) d Tantanoola 35 (D. Bevan, E. Cytrowski); Mt Burr 41 (A. Thompson, E. Wurst) d Kalangadoo 33 (J. Bowering, E. Wurst)
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 46 (J. McKay, K. Harvey) d South Gambier 36 (K. McIntyre-Clarke, M. Burley); Millicent 44 (N. Batten, L. Harvey) d North Gambier 39 (M. Skinner, J. Forrest); West Gambier 54 (H. Witherow, B. Allen) d East Gambier 43 (I. Dihm, G. Watson)
C GRADE South Gambier 37 (B. Calderwood, E. Egan) d Casterton Sandford 35 (K. Hutchins, J. Parsons); North Gambier 50 (K. Quinn, G. Bruhn) d Millicent 25 (M. Gysbers, K. Brown); East Gambier 50 (C. Burford, C. Ferguson) d West Gambier 32 (E. Nieuwerkerk, A. Egan)
17 & UNDER South Gambier 43 (M. Thiele, E. Botha) d Casterton Sandford 28 (M. Mutch, M. Elshaug-Betson); Millicent 62 (A. Pratt, P. McGuiness) d North Gambier 49 (E. Brown, L. Engel); West Gambier 64 d East Gambier 16 (T. Bosko, L. Davis)
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 39 (G. Ryan, A. Clayton) d Casterton Sandford 24 (C. Humphries, E. Jarrad); Millicent 62 (P. McRae, L. Denton) d North Gambier 31 (A. Knowles, K. Winterfield); East Gambier 50 (A. Bosko, T. Waters) d West Gambier 19 (H. Pearson, L. Croker))
15 & UNDER B South Gambier 50 (L. Munro, C. Sims) d Casterton Sandford 19 (C. Kerr, G. McPeake); Millicent 58 (M. Brant, R. Kenny) d North Gambier 14 (K. White, Z. Jones); West Gambier 28 (L. Polifrone, L. Simpson) d East Gambier 25 (G. Ferguson, M. Stevens)
13 & UNDER A
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS
South Gambier 23 (I. Lawrence, E. Wilke) d Casterton Sandford 21 (S. Richardson, P. Carlin); North Gambier 39 (A. Collins, S. Brown) d Millicent 37 (P. Venn, E. Easterbury); West Gambier 34 (A. Sheedy, A. Pearson) d East Gambier 19 (T. Burford, I. Dwyer)
KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 8
13 & UNDER B
Post-Tel 64 d Mil Lel 42, Glenburnie 69 d Kongorong 32, Blue Lake Bowlers White 61 d Moorak Blue 56, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 56 drew Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 56, Yahl 67 d Moorak Red 46, Commercial Club 63 d Saints 28, Glencoe 63 d RSL & District 56, Wandilo Water Rats Bye.
SHIELD QUALIFICATION PREMIERSHIP TABLE AFTER ROUND 8
Glenburnie 14points, 163.92%; Commercial Club 14, 154.07; Wandilo Water Rats 12,162.45; Saints 12, 116.62; RSL & District 10, 138.12; Post-Tel 10, 129.14; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 9, 103.53; Yahl 8, 91.33; Glencoe 6, 99.74; Mil Lel 6, 81.11; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 87.03; Moorak Blue 4, 74.31; Kongorong 2, 66.14; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 1, 63.95; Moorak Red 0, 53.51.
South Gambier 23 (L. Stephens, A. Solomons) d Casterton Sandford 4 (L. Michelmore, B. Nash); North Gambier 28 (K. Anderson, M. Dyson) d Millicent 10 (E. Crowe, J. Lucas); West Gambier 39 (A. Hudson, L. Simpson) d East Gambier 23 (A. Hellyer, T. Geraghty)
11 & UNDER
Casterton Sandford 30 d South Gambier 4 (S. Ryan, G. Yates); Millicent 23 (J. Hibberd, I. Wilson) d North Gambier 19 (K. Dellow, M. Griffith); West Gambier 19 (H. Caine, M. Dyson) d East Gambier 7 (J. O’Dea, M. Goldsworthy) Right (top) Star West Gambier recruit Emily Hunter
Right - East Gambier’s Sara Smith in action during Western Border Netball Association’s A Grade round six at the weekend.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
Warrnambool d Hamilton Kangaroos 29 (R. Lewis) Terang Mortlake 67 d Portland 52 (L. Hockley, T. Bannam, J. Falconer)
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LOCAL SPORT AUSTRALASIAN MEDALS FOR PEARSON
LOCAL FOOTBALL IN THE SPOTLIGHT The coming weekend will see the best players from Western Border, Mid South East & Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara football leagues locking horns in the annual South East Zone Carnival for bragging rights for the next 12 months. Or will it? It is always interesting to see which players are ‘unavailable’ with niggling injuries that don’t seem to stop them from playing the week before or the week after. Certainly the WBFL at least has threatened a one game suspension this year to players not taking up the opportunity to represent their league if selected. Look forward to seeing who actually plays & who, if anyone, is suspended.
SWAN PROVIDES A DIFFERENT INSIGHT AFL coaches and players are like robots with the media, always careful not to say or do anything too controversial ….but not Dane Swan, who always says what he thinks. Loved his latest thoughts on the one game club suspension that Carlton have placed on Dale Thomas for drinking wine before a game. Swan’s take is that not having to play for Carlton is a reward not a punishment! “I’d drink at quarter time and ask to be suspended for the rest of the year if I played for Carlton,” said Swan
Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association player Fiona Pearson recently returned from New Zealand after competing in the Trans Taman International Test for Australia. The Trans Tasman Test was held in Invercargill over three days of which Fiona competed in two disciplines them being the six bowls Mixed Pairs and the Mixed Fours. Fiona was lead in both events, playing with Ian Ogilvie, from New South Wales, in the six bowls Mixed Pairs, and in the Mixed Fours, with Lynda Charles. from Tasmania, Errol Weir. from Queensland and Darren Voss. from Tasmania. This is the second time Fiona has represented Australia in the Trans Tasman Test, the first being in Morayfield Queensland in 2013 and now her 2019 test in Invercargill, which was the most successful.thus far. Fiona managed to win two
Australasian medals from her two events. With each event being the best of three games Fiona and Ian won all three games and her Mixed Fours team sealed the medal on the second day with the first two wins only to lose their last game by seven shots. A local contingent travelled to New Zealand to support Fiona them being family and two ladies that especially made the trip to New Zealand to cheer her on. Fiona was ecstatic with her performance and to come home with two of the highest medals you can ever win in the sport of Indoor Bowls. Fiona said that this was another goal she wanted to achieve in her bowling career. As for the Trans Tasman Trophy, Australia led the first two days but fell short by two points to claim the major prize.
8BALL ASSOCIATION WRAP After 10 rounds of the 2019 season of the Mount Gambier 8Ball Association competition only one team remains undefeated at this point which is the German Club Meerkats who look really good on paper. Time will tell though as they are yet to play any teams who qualified for Division 1 last season except for the Nomads who were slightly undermanned on the night, and struggling somewhat this year. Rounding out the top five are Underdogs, Saints, and Gatecrashers, who all contested Division 1 in 2018, and Linksview who are always borderline Divi1/Divi2 come finals time. Results (home team first): Commercial Club Cavemen 7 lost to Commersh Chaos 8; Commercial Club Lakers 10 def Eastern Grillers 5; Commercial Club Nomads 9 def Bellum Bandits 6; Commercial Club Saints 10 def Victoria Hotel 5; Commersh Breakers 7 lost to RSL Rockets 8; Eastern Allsorts 13 def Pines Lumberjacks 2; German Club Meerkats 11 def Jens (2) 4; German Club Nemows 10 def German Club TNT 5; German Club Outlaws 4 lost to Linksview Crawlers 11; German Club Shooters 3 lost to German Club Gatecrashers 12; Jens (1) 9 def Park Rangers 6; Linksview 4 lost to German Club Underdogs 11 WOMEN’S UPDATE After 11 rounds of the SEWEBL roster season the ladder is starting to take shape with last year’s Division 1 runners up Shooters sitting on top. 2019 Division 2 premiers Legends are on the second rung, with Strikers, Sapphires, and Cougars making up the top 5. Defending Division 1 premiers Warriors are currently placed sixth after dropping three matches on the trot and just scraping home 8 frames to 7 over JT Strikers last week and will have to lift their game in the second half of the
season if they are to defend the Division 1 title. Round 11 results (home team first): Park Nomads 8 def Park Panthers 7; A Team 12 def Undertakers 3; Tavern Miss Cues 5 lost to Eastern Stormz 10; Commersh Cougars 4 lost to German Club Legends 11; Sapphires 9 def The Tav Girls 6; JT Strikers 7 lost to German Club Warriors 8; RSL 8 def Commercial Club Ballistix 7; German Club Shooters (bye) MORE LOCAL NEWS The Mount Gambier Open Singles tournament was held recently with 92 players participating in the round-robin qualifying stage of the competition run from the Commercial Club in Mount Gambier and also the German Club last month. Sunday was the knockout stage of the tournament with a couple of high profile locals going out early in the piece including previous runners-ups Mark Walker and Tony Montesanto, and also previous winner Alec Evreniadis and Australian representative Sawan Naker, both of Adelaide. The quarterfinals were heavily dominated by the plethora of Adelaide players who had come down for the weekend which included Australian and state representatives and previous Berri Open Singles Championship winner Michael Cacciola, with Warrnambool duo Justin (Pommie) Allen and Broe Shiells, and local player Dan Champion making up the remainder of the last eight. Eventual grand finalists were David Rothall who defeated Justin Allen in their semi-final and Lee Irwin who got up over Nathan Nemes. David Rothall still running hot from his strong performance at Big Guns recently took out the final over Lee Irwin 7 frames to 2 in an awesome display of cuemanship. In the Masters (over 50s), former Berri Open Champ and Australian player Alec Evreniadis defeated
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ANOTHER TOMIC EMBARRASSMENT How does Bernard Tomic keep getting games at the major tennis tournaments around the world? After being eliminated in the first round of the French Open, producing the shortest match of the tournament (he’s only won three matches in 2019 so far) he then backed up Nick Kyrgios’ earlier comment that “the French Open sucks, absolute sucks”.
The SA Country Darts Championship is held every year on the June long weekend and this year is Millicent’s turn to host. Millicent joined the competition in 1997 and last hosted in 2007. The 12 teams that compete in the competition are Torrens Valley, Kadina, Murray Bridge, Mount Gambier, Port Pirie, Riverland, Barossa, Port Augusta, Jamestown, Clare, Whyalla and Millicent. We all take turns in hosting the event. Each team has a minimum of six players plus statisticians and supporters, bringing up to 150 people to town. The competitions format is 3 x doubles of 601, 6 x singles of 501 and 1 x teams’ game of 1001. This year Millicent is hosting the championships at the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre, with the help of the local Lions Club. Play starts around 9.30am on Saturday and Sunday. The singles competition on the Monday starts a little later, after presentations, at around 10.30am. Sponsors for the competition are Wattle Range Council, Kimberley Clark, Klas Bilt, Beachport Caravan Park, Holla-fresh and Millicent United Soccer Club.
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Above - Fiona Pearson (far right) with her medal winning Mixed Fours team mates.
local hope John Slotegraaf 4 nil in the final. The Ladies final was contested by Kel Riley of Adelaide and Karla Bowd of Mount Gambier in a nailbiter that went down to the wire with Kel winning (for the third time running) 4 frames to 3. Four boys contested the Juniors which were Brock, Matty, Ryan, and Jad (surnames not supplied). The final came down to Brock and Jad where Brock took the honours. In the Blonks (losers/consolation round), local stalwart Dick Peters went down 3 frames to 2 when he came up against Warrnambool’s Akkie Yookam in the final. FRIDAY NIGHT TRIPLES (SEMI FINALS) In the Division 1 1st semi final at the German Club, Lucky(‘s) Stars had a good come from behind win over Webster Pack when they were trailing 7-8 in the last round and won the last three frames to take a 10-8 victory. The win gives them the opportunity to have another crack at The Ozzies (who knocked them off in a shoot out after a 9-all draw in the qualifying final) in the preliminary final after flag favourites Alchasendick gave them a good walloping in the second semi and progressed directly to the grand final. Alchasendick will now have a rest until the grand final which will be held on Friday, June 14, while Webster Pack are now eliminated from the competition. Results: Division 1 1st semi final - Lucky(‘s) Stars 10 d Webster Pack 8 2nd semi final - Alchasendick 10 d The Ozzies 3 Division 2 1st semi final - The Far Cues 10 d R.I.M. 8 2nd semi final - The Pot Erz 10 d Str8 Shooters 4
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South Gambier’s Sam Raedel (left) celebrated her 150th game with mother Denise Harvey.
Rising star Alyssa Duncan (right) reached her 100th game for South Gambier. Pictured with club president Rachel O’Brien.
Brielle Winterfield played her 100th game for South Gambier.
South Gambier’s Tori Redemski has reached her 100 game milestone for the Demons.
Demon defender Mykaela Thiele reached her 100 game milestone for South Gambier on ANZAC Day
Kim McIntyre-Clark reached her 2ooth game as a Demon n Round 5.
East Gambier’s Kayla Shepherd reached her 100 game milestone as a Bulldog. Pictured with parents Andrew & Sonya.
Amryn Bosko (second from right) celebrated her 100 game milestone for East Gambeir with sister TYne, mother Tarsh & father Paul.
Lauren Harvey played her 250th game for East Gambier. She celebrated the milestone with husband Stuart, daughter Eden and son Ted.
50 games for East Gambier’s Abby Lines
Imogen Corman has played her 50th game as a Bulldog
Taylor Baggio & Ella Steen both played their 50th game for East Gambier in Round 5
BRAGGING RIGHTS ON THE LINE The three neighbouring football leagues in the South East – Mid South East; Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara & Western Border – stay much closer to home, competing in a three way round robin event that was instigated in 2014 in lieu of playing the more traditional interleague football style fixtures. The South East Zone carnival, which doubles as a selection platform for the Murray South East team that competes at the SA Country Football Championships next month, will be hosted at the Naracoorte Football Club this weekend, with the seniors and Under 17 competition on Saturday and the Under 14 & 15 competition on Sunday. The teams play two
qualifying matches before the top two ranked sides face off in a South East Zone Carnival decider to decide which of the three local leagues reign supreme. Kaniva Leeor’s Nick Murphy has taken the helm of the KNTFL senior side, the Mid South East seniors will be coached by Ben McGregor and Steve Duldig again takes the reins of the Western Border senior team. SATURDAY’S DRAW 9.50am – Under 17 – KNTFL V WBFL 10.40am – Seniors – KNTFL V WBFL 11.40am – Under 17 – KNTFL V MSEFL 12.30pm – Seniors – KNTFL V MSEFL 1.30pm – Under 17 – WBFL V MSEFL
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For the three football aligned netball associations in the Limestone Coast, this weekend is the biggest on the representative calendar as they go toe to toe with the rest of regional South Australia in a bid to be crowned the State’s best. The SA Country Championships will be held over three days and this region always shines, entering the 2019 event with Western Border as defending championship in the 13 & under and 17 & under age groups and the Mid South East Netball Association looking to go back to back in the senior competition. Adding to that, Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara was runner up in the senior competition and Mid South East’s 17 & Under team were runner up in the 17 & under division. The three associations consistently play in division one action and often their toughest matches come against their fellow South East rivals. 2019 KOWREE NARACOORTE TATIARA NETBALL ASSOCIATION TEAMS Senior (Coach - Karen Justin) Tyler Atkinson, Annabel Mould (Border Districts); Nikki Hawker (K/L United); Ally Wendelborn, Danielle Wiese (Mundulla); Georgia Gill, Sophie
Henschke (Naracoorte), Casey McElroy, Kaitlyn Ward (Padthaway); Sarah Lock (Penola). 17 & Under (Coach - Virginia Ross) Whitney Rowett, Hayley Weatherald (Bordertown); Charlotte Baker (Kybybolite); Grace Bittner, Jessica Bittner, Ella Jones (Lucindale); Eliza Staude (Mundulla); Sophie Bates, Chloe Burke, Brianna Harris, Tahlia Kavanagh (Naracoorte). 15 & Under (Coach - Kath Mott) Olivia Mould, Rose Pfitzner (Border Districts); Melanie Makin (Keith); Zara Lewis (Kingston); Brooke Ewer, Erin Ewer (Kybybolite); Grace Collins, Lucy Henschke, Mykaela Walker (Naracoorte); Poppy Moyle-Read (Padthaway). 13 & Under (Coach - Sarah Makin) Lizzie Bird (Border Districts); Andrea Fuentes (Bordertown); Mia Harper, Macy Llewellyn, Sophie Makin, Meg McAuley (Keith); Haylee Broadbent, Taya Brunt (Naracoorte); Heidi Berkin, Tess Porter (Penola). 2019 MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL ASSOCIATION TEAMS Senior (Coaches – Abbey Duncan & Toni Gilmore) Abbey Duncan, Ebony McDiarmid (Kalangadoo);
Sarah Faulkner, Maddie Redman (Hatherleigh); Casey Walker, Jami Walker (Tantanoola); Megan Hein, Tegan Merrett, Toni Gilmore (Port MacDonnell) & Sophie Wallis (Mt Burr) 17 & Under (Coach – Kim Ross) Halle Carter (Robe); Chelsea Croser, Jodie Crowhurst, Keryl Ousey, Jamiee Ryan (Kalangadoo); Ella Falting, Ava Smith-Muhovics (Mt Burr); Keyarneh Smith (Port MacDonnell) & Emily Thompson (Glencoe) 15 & Under (Coach - Narelle Ryan) Stephanie Bingham, Kori Collins, Shelby Ryan, Sophie Varcoe (Kalangadoo); Lacey Haines (Hatherleigh); Sarah Lomas (Port MacDonnell); Rosie Nettle, Tara Nicolle (Robe); Amber Thompson (Glencoe) 13 & Under (Coach – Leah Puiatti) Jemma Bowering, Abbey Falting (Mt Burr); Indiana Howell, Lillie Paul, Bella Poulish (Hatherleigh); Keelie Lindner (Tantanoola); Ruby Schubert (Robe); Evie Sealey (Kongorong); Lara Wilson (Port MacDonnell) 2019 WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION TEAMS Seniors (Coaches - Donna Denton & Lisa Duldig) Donna Denton, Demi Verbena, Lisa Duldig, Hayley Dunn (Millicent); Tenille Gray, Morgan Amy,
Tarsh McCallum (East); Imogen walker (South); Madalene Cleary (Casterton Sandford); Emily Hunter (West) 17 & Under (Coach – Audine Bryant) Hannah Nitschke, Paige Nitschke, Sophie Ellis, Kayleigh Taylor, Madi Haggett (Millicent); Riley Buckingham, Jess Earle (South); Nikiesha Facey (West); Tyne Bosko (East); Ellen Brown (North) 15 & Under (Coach – Sharon Adams) Tara Bryant, Siobhan Adams, Tully McShane, Alyssa Duncan (South); Portia McRae, Sophie O’Connor, Lucy Denton (Millicent); Amryn Bosko, Kate Dempsey (East); Caeleigh Humphries (Casterton Sandford) 13 & Under (Coach – Karen Gould) Chelsea Ryan (South); Macey Griffith, Cara Nulty, Ava Collins, Stella Mobbs (North); Annelise Janssen, Lauren Van Eeden, Abby Denton, Poppy Venn (Millicent); Ellie Xanthopoulos (West) Above (from left) -Defending A Grade champions Mid South East; 2019 A Grade runner up Kowree Narcoorte Tatiara; Mis South East junior Lacey Haines in full flight; Western NBorder defender Rily Buckingham works over the shot of her MId South east opponent Keryl Ousey & Western Border’s Hannah Nitschke takes this ball srtongly.
HOCKEY ACTION FROM PAGE 32 Redbacks were not prepared to accept any kind of defeat though and were continuing to prove dangerous on the counter attack with Hagget regularly called into action in the Strikers goal. Without his efforts this would have undoubtedly been a much closer affair. As the game wore on and the clock wound down there were clear signs that Redbacks getting frustrated with each other and their inability to score. Strikers responded in kind and stepped up a gear to dominate the game. Degaris scored again for his fourth and things started to get messy in Redbacks defensive half, which in turn eased the pressure on the Strikers defense allowing them to repel attacks calmly. Vause was sent from the field for an indiscretion putting even more pressure on his teammates. Bailey Kember scored another for Strikers after picking the ball off Milan’s pads. Redbacks continud to show plenty of heart and never gave up for a moment. Trystan Miller played a fine game and did not stop running and supporting his team mates until the final whistle. He was creating goal and penalty corner opportunities but at the final important moment the
ball just didn’t want to fall his way. Elloit Barry was there in support all game and was rewarded for his efforts when he scored his first career goal in a display which clearly shows a bright future ahead. The final minutes saw Redbacks gain the ascendency but it was too late to affect the outcome. Strikers had relaxed a little at that stage but that is not something they want to do against this opponent come the business end of the season. Goals: Strikers – Harrison Degaris (4), Bailey Kember, Sebastian Ricketts. Redbacks – Trystan Miller, Elliot Barry. Best Players: Strikers – Jack Sharman, Harrison Degaris, Conner Hagget. Redbacks – Trystan Miller, Josh Milan, Elliot Barry. Match Results Division 1 Men Tigers 3 d West 1 Division 1-2 Women Tigers (1) 3 d Strikers (2) 0 Division 2 Men Cavaliers 3 d Portland 0 Division 3 Women Tigers 4 d West 0; Portland 2 deCavaliers 1 U12 Boys Cavaliers 2 d Portland 0; Stikers 6 d Redbacks 2; Tigers 2 d West 1
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