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COVER - BUZZTECH BRINGS A TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION TO MOUNT GAMBIER

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SCIENCE & ENGINEERING CHALLENGE Just over three years ago, Rhett McGuiness set up BuzzTech, a mobile phone and tablet accessories & repair specialist. This weekend, BuzzTech’s fifth store will officially open its store in Mount Gambier, next to Woolworths in the Mount Gambier Marketplace, bringing the unique BuzzTech experience to the Blue Lake City. Buzztech understands that your phone is not just a phone, it is an entertainment device, stores your photos, you do your banking from it, check and send emails, you run your social media accounts and it is basically your life all bundled up in a device that you need to be operational at all times. It is why BuzzTech has state-of-theart repair labs in store, where qualified technicians can fix your issues, most repairs can be done on the spot, in five to 15 minutes. You barely have time to go and get a coffee and the repair will be completed.

“We specialise in iPhone, iPad, Samsung accessories and repairs” Rhett said. “Our highly trained repair team can effectively repair or replace all the commonly damaged components of the most popular brands of tablet or mobile. So it doesn’t matter if your headphone jack is faulty, your software is temperamental or your screen has cracked – our techs will reconnect you to your world and get you on your way fast.” With stores already in Geelong, Torquay, Colac and Warrnambool, BuzzTech is a proven business that gets the job done and it has brought a new service to its Mount Gambier store. “In a first for Buzzech, you can customise your case with any image you want,” Rhett said. “It could be a family photo, your sporting team logo, anything and we can also do that in the same time frame as those common repairs as well. You just have to go

in store, pick the case, give them the image and it will be done.” The opening weekend, June 22 and 23, sees plenty of specials for Mount Gambier customers, with $5000 worth of phones and vouchers to give away. There are three iPhones up for grabs, including the iPhone XR, an iPad, ten $100 vouchers and twenty $50 vouchers. BuzzTech also has a deal running until the end of June where every repair earns the customer a token and when a school picks up 15 tokens they are eligible for a free iPad6th gen. It is a deal that runs throughout the year but schools need to collect 50 tokens after the June special to celebrate the Mount Gambier store’s opening. BuzzTech evolved out of what Rhett and the team saw as a gap in the market. “When you live in a regional area you often have to get your phone sent away for repairs and it can be for a week or two and no one can be

without their phone for a week or two,” Rhett said. “We wanted to do something about it and fill that gap in the market.” BuzzTech has also added another sweetener to its Mount Gambier store opening, with a $25 voucher available to anyone who signs up online at www. buzztech.com.au/mtg3 So for all your mobile phone and tablet repairs and all your accessory needs, head to the new BuzzTech store in the Mount Gambier Marketplace this weekend. BuzzTech Mount Gambier is open during regular centre hours, seven days a week.

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MOUNT GAMBIER WILL ALWAYS BE A PART OF THE HAIGH’S STORY Alister Haigh is living what is a childhood dream for so many – spending every day surrounded by chocolate - growing up in the family responsible for the most iconic confectionery brand in South Australia, Haigh’s Chocolates. And in December 2011 Alister was front and centre at the opening of Mount Gambier’s Main Corner redevelopment as Haigh’s Chocolates made a triumphant return to the city where the Haigh’s family legacy first started almost a century ago with his great grandfather Alfred Haigh. The family’s close ties with Mount Gambier is what first tempted Alister to set up a Haigh’s Chocolates outlet in the city and while their more than seven year association with the city as a retail point is set to come to an end when the latest stock at the Main Corner runs out, it in no way diminishes the strong connections and the place Mount Gambier will always hold in the Haigh’s story. While Haigh’s Chocolates officially came into being on May 1, 1915 when Alfred opened the famous Beehive Building in Adelaide’s King Williams Street, it was in Mount Gambier that the boy from Jamestown set down a path that would become one of South Australia’s great success stories. The fact the company’s humble beginnings can be traced to Mount Gambier and indeed the Main Corner site is what has tempted the family to re-establish ties with the district.

“We gradually put the pieces together but records weren’t that great back then,” Alister said. “He (Alfred) actually started in Jamestown and Adelaide but wasn’t that successful – that only happened when he came to Mount Gambier.” In fact it appears Mount Gambier’s often maligned climate was a key ingredient to Alfred finally making a success of the chocolate making business. “Basically the cooler weather lent itself more to confectionery and suddenly the business grew,” Alister said. “He has family here too and it was at a time when the population was really growing.” Anecdotal evidence shows that the enterprising sweet tooth found a captivated audience for his early 1900s mixed business in Mount Gambier as he started making his own icecream, soft drinks and confectionery, servicing the local theatres being one of his niche markets. “His father had a general store in Jamestown and we think that’s where he developed his sweet tooth and interest in the business,” Alister said. For 10 years, Alfred called Mount Gambier home, from 1905-1915, before heading back to Adelaide to establish his chocolate company. From then on, the Haigh family has always been very serious about the chocolate making business. Alister’s father John joined the business and wrote to six of the world’s best in search of a job. “He was determined to improve the quality of the product, he wanted

it to be the best,” Alister said. It was his father who introduced the traditions of European fine chocolate-making after studying at Lindt and Sprungli in Switzerland in the 1950s. Alister remembers no expectation or pressure to join the family business. “I saw the lifestyle it afforded my father and saw what it could offer to the next generation,” Alister said. And he has literally held every role in the company apart from store manager. His name might have be on the door but he was still determined to learn every aspect of the business. “When I started our strength was definitely in manufacturing not so much the retail so I concentrated in that area,” he said. Alister swept the factory floor and cleaned the cooking equipment as part of his initiation into the family business before graduating to learning how to cook and make the centres and then the art of roasting beans and making the chocolate. The factory was his home for the first 15 years of his career at Haigh’s before he moved to the office and took on book keeping. The arrival of his brother Simon to the business saw Alister return to the factory as manager for a few years. The two now share the managing directorial duties. But little has changed in terms of the essence of the company that was established by their great grandfather. CONT. PAGE 8 Above - Alister Haigh at the iconic Beehive store in Adelaide

ONE NIGHT OF BEE GEES MAGIC Naracoorte is set to enjoy the Bee Gees much loved catalogue when, direct from Melbourne, ‘BeeGees Revival - One Night Only!’ converges on the Naracoorte Town Hall. Australia’s foremost live BeeGees tribute show s on Sunday, July 7, from 4-6.30pm. It would be a ‘Tragedy’ to miss this amazing re-creation of one of the most popular groups of all time, spanning five decades of memorable songs in this two hour plus, hit-packed tribute show.The show encapsulates the BeeGees beautiful three part harmonies backed by the big, live sound of the five piece Night Fever band singing all the hits including Massachusetts, Spicks N Specks, To Love Somebody, More than a Woman, Night Fever and You Should be Dancing. Book your tickets now at https://www.eventbrite.com.au Early bird ticket prices apply before this Sunday. lifestyle1.net | 04


2nd – Friendship Force 3rd – Casterton Sandford Football Netball Club STOCKMEN’S CHALLENGE (SPONSORED BY SULKY GULLY SADDLERY) Overall winner – Lindsay Cadzow Horse winner – Lindsay Cadzow Dog Winner – Sharon Barry KELPIE PINBALL 1st – Joe Spicer with Basil 2nd – Joe Spicer with Clue 3rd – Daniel Ball with Wispa KELPIE DASH (SPONOSRED BY GJ WATERS & ASSOCIATES) Equal 1st – Matt Hill & Bronwyn Ballard (5.24secs) 2nd – Tristan Mioni, with Cork (5.5secs) KELPIE HIGH JUMP (SPONSORED BY MIDFIELD MEATS) Equal 1st – Zack Carrol, with Wilbur; Tristan Mioni, with Cork & Terrence Frawley, with Banjo (2.515m) KELPIE HILL CLIMB 1st – Lisa Kennedy, with Banjo (26.78secs_ 2nd – Kim Davidson, with Alby (29.47secs) 3rd – Tristan Mioni, with Cork (30.12secs) Local winner – Pedro Mello, with Nala (35secs)

TOP PRICED DOG HEADING TO KEITH A two-year-old Kelpie bitch named Whiskey has earned the title of Casterton’s top dog after she scored a $15,000 price tag at Australia’s Premier Working Dog Auction n the June Long Weekend. Keith based farmer Trent Bettess paid the top price impressed by the dog’s great temperament and long casting when demonstrating in the yard’s during Sunday’s pre-auction demonstrations. Breeder Jack Leonard, who is based at Melville Forest, had his bloodline featured among 66 dogs offered for sale, with 57 successfully going under the hammer, raising more than $280,000 in total sales with a clearance rate of 86 per cent. Casterton Kelpie Association president Karen Stephens said whilst prices didn’t break world records, the committee was ecstatic with the result produced, raising $15,000 more than the 2018 totals with an average selling price of $4900 per dog. She said in 23 years the auction had raised $2.9 million worth of kelpie sales. “This year we attracted buyers from across Australia, with one couple travelling from as far as Western Australia to purchase two dogs,” Ms Stephens said. “The addition of Auction Plus, an online biding portal, also assisted to engage a broader market of buyers, keeping bidding competitive,” she said. It is clear to see that the agricultural sector sees the value in these hard working dogs, with the profile of our event attracting a

growing buying market. Our auctioneers James Tierney and Bernie Grant were outstanding, with starting bids topping $5000 on many occasions.” An estimated 10,000 people attended the long weekend celebrations which were followed by a working dog school. The Kelpie High Jump was one of the weekend’s most popular attractions which resulted in a three-way tie at 2.66 metres. Zack Caroll with Wilbur, Tristan Mioni with Cork and Terrence Frawley with Banjo, reached the top height to claim the weekend title, however were unable to meet the record set by hall of famer Bailey, owned by Tegan Eagle, at 2.951 metres. The Kelpie Hill Climb recorded some of the fastest times seen with Lisa Kennedy and Banjo claiming the title at 26.78 seconds, followed by Kim Davidson and Alby at 29.47 seconds. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said the iconic event continued to grow and engage a new generation of dog lovers. “The Kelpie Muster is one of regional Victoria’s greatest attractions and is successfully engaging a new global audience,” she said. “We had visitors from the Netherlands, UK and a Japanese journalists at the weekend, all wanting to learn more about this unique working dog. The economic and social benefits to this community are beyond financial return. This is testament to the hundreds of hardworking locals who commit year-round to ensure this is a

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success and we thank them for their dedication.” 2019 AUSTRALIAN KELPIE MUSTER RESULTS WORKING DOG AUCTION HIGHEST PRICED DOG Whiskey (32 months – female) - $15,000 HIGHEST PRICED PUP Princess (2.5 months – female) - $3,250 WIN A KELPIE COMPETITION

Do you have a great idea for the name of the new facility? 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!

Submit your ideas online or in the box at the Civic Centre, Library or Main Corner Complex by Sunday 23 June 2019.

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DEADLINE LOOMS FOR PRESTIGIOUS ART PRIZE The Naracoorte Art Gallery’s National Art Prize deadline for entries is not too far away now. With an amazing prize pool of $12,000 the competition is sure to attract some wonderful art and artists. First prize $10 000 (acquisitive) and a $2000 Mayor’s Prize also to be awarded. The theme “Australian megafauna, fossils and caves - an artistic exploration” - a wide range of artistic expression and mediums is encouraged for the 2D competition. The art prize has been commended by Sir David Attenborough and is being held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of megafauna fossil remains in the World Heritage Naracoorte Caves. For entry forms, terms and conditions visit https:// www.naracoorteartgallery.com


TOP PRICED DOG HEADING TO KEITH FROM OPP. PAGE ROTARY ART EXHIBITION (SPONSORED BY GLENELG SHIRE & THE CASTERTON KELPIE ASSOCIATION) Category 1 – Kelpie Theme Winner - “The New Recruits” by Meagan Lonsdale Highly Commended – “Eager to Please” by Sharon Smith Highly Commended – “The Long Day Done” by Cat Kite Category 2 - Landscapes, Buildings or Machinery Winner – “From the Lookout” by Joy Taylor Highly Commended – “Along the Creek Bed” by Jason Roberts Highly Commended – “Weathered Bridgewater” by Judy Rauert Category 3 – Animals Winner – “Rosie” by Heylie Morris Highly Commended – “Corriedales” by Jason Roberts

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Highly Commended – “A Lab that likes to camp” Yunita Manfin Category 4 – People Winner – “She’ll be Right” by Harriet Waters Highly Commended – “An Australian” by Julie Kent Highly Commended – “Gai Waterhouse” by Collin Tenney Category 5 – Juniors Winner – “Glenelg Inn & Kelpies” by Matilda Thompson Packer’s Prize – “She’ll be Right” by Harriet Waters People’s Choice Award – “Three Wise Men” by Jo Taylor KELPIE PHOTO COMPETITION (SPONSORED BY FOX & LILLIE RURAL) OPEN Section 1 – Kelpies at work 1st – Charles Brincat 2nd – Charles Brincat 3rd – Charles Brincat Section 2 – Kelpies at Play

1st – Skye Sinclair 2nd – Hollie Sargent 3rd – Normina Zuccolo Section 3 – Kelpie Portrait 1st – Hollie Sargent 2nd – Sarah Weatherill 3rd – Sharon Briggs Section 4 – Kelpie Pup (Puppies) 1st – Geoff Goodisson 2nd – Hollie Sargent 3rd – Bronwyn Munro Section 5 – Mounted 10x8 Photo with Kelpie Theme 1st – Daniel Ball 2nd – Norina Zuccolo 3rd – Bruce Furmedge JUNIOR Section 1 – Photo with Kelpie Theme 1st – Josh Camilleri 2nd – Megan Fry 3rd – Megan Fry Left - The Kelpie High Jump winners. Above - Tristan Mioni & Cork were one of three combinations to take out the Kelpie High Jump. Tristan is a regular face at the Australian Kelpie Muster. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLAIRE FOSTER

FROM THE CANVAS TO INSTAGRAM Thumb Print Workshop Inc is looking to equip local artists with the tools needed to move seamlessly into the digital age. With that in mind, the group is hosting a workshop, headlined by technology expert Ben Hood, to teach local artists how to create a dynamic and effective social media artist page, understanding how to have your art/product reach more people through social media, knowing what and when to post and also answer your questions regarding building an effective social media profile. The three-hour workshop will be held at the Mount Gambier Library, with the kind support of the City of Mount Gambier, and detailed notes will be provided to those attending. The cost for participant is $140 per person, and registrations are required direct to ruth.schubert@unimelb. edu.au Participants need to bring a WIFI enabled device (laptop or iPad), and their own writing materials. Refreshments are available at the onsite café. A further Thumb Print Workshop Inc workshop is being offered by Jo Fife from the Chapel Studio on fabric printing, on Saturday, July 20, and you can register directly with Jo at Jo.fife@hotmail.com

Bicycle Network is coming to Millicent on June 26 to meet with locals and discuss how community groups, businesses and tourism operators can get involved in the upcoming Great Vic Bike Ride. The meeting is at the Millicent Civic and Arts Centre on Wednesday, June 26, and will start at 6pm. Up to 5000 bike riders will descend on Millicent on Saturday, November 23, as the biggest multi-day bike ride in the Southern Hemisphere travels from Robe to Torquay. Meetings will also be held in other towns next month including Robe, Mount Gambier, Portland and Port Fairy. Bicycle Network general manager of events Rebecca Lane said the meetings would give locals the chance to learn how they could get involved with the event and ideas for making their town a memorable one for visitors. “This year’s Great Vic along South Australia’s Limestone Coast and the Great Ocean Road features some of Australia’s most iconic scenery,” Ms Lane said. “We’re excited to work with the local communities to help share their community with riders and showcase the very best of each town. Whether you’re part of the golf club or football club, run a cafe, or have some local produce to showcase to riders, we would love you to come along to the community meetings to learn more about the Great Vic.” The event presents great opportunities for community groups like schools, sporting clubs and businesses. Each

rider spends an average of $35 a day on the Great Vic, injecting more than $150,000 each day into the region. “Three out of four riders also tell us that they are likely to come back to towns again within 12 months after first visiting on the ride,” she said. Planning information including details of campsite locations and changes to traffic conditions will also be discussed at the meetings. “We want to make sure our visit to South Australia is as smooth as possible and that local communities understand how the event will run and the opportunities for them,” Ms Lane said. The floor will be open at the meetings for locals to discuss the ride and see how they can be a part of the festivities. For more information on the event, and details for those who can’t make it on the night, visit greatvic.com.au

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MOUNT GAMBIER WILL ALWAYS BE A PART OF THE HAIGH’S STORY FROM PAGE 4 The most enduring recipe – the apricot fruits made from Riverland produce – was Alfred’s invention and aside from a tweak here and there, all the recipes are as they were decades ago. “The peppermint cream is the same peppermint cream I was making more than 40 years ago in the factory,” Alister said. And the Haigh’s story is as much about a being proudly South Australian, as it is the preserving of a family legacy. Where possible, ingredients are sourced locally. Six new product lines are introduced a year but the downside to that is that means six favourites are no longer produced. “That’s always tough and obviously there are people that aren’t happy but it is based on what is and isn’t selling,” Alister said. And just as product lines end up a commercial decision so it was always going to be with just how long Mount Gambier enjoyed the return of Haigh’s products. Haigh’s Chocolates retail manager Peter Bradwell said the decision to withdraw from Mount Gambier was a company decision to only sell Haigh’s chocolates in Haigh’s stores. “Haigh’s Chocolates acknowledge and appreciate the relationship and the historic significance and success that aligning with The Main Corner has achieved and would like to thank the loyal customers in Mount Gambier and

surrounding areas for the support of their business,” Haigh’s Chocolates retail manager Peter Bradwell said. “Haigh’s also thanks the City of Mount Gambier for their support, including the hosting of our Centenary Exhibition in 2016 that celebrated our 100 year business milestone,” Haigh’s has a presence in three States – South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales – and employs around 400 people throughout its factory and 13 retail stores.

FLYING THE FLAG FOR PADTHAWAY Learning to dance was already way outside Andrew Orton’s comfort zone and in the last couple of weeks leading into the June 22 Swinging With the Stars performance at The Barn, the Padthaway farmer has been battling a back injury, which hasn’t made perfecting the routines easy at all. It all started with a call from Stand Like Stone Foundation executive officer Georgie McKay offering Andrew the chance to be part of the major foundation fundraiser. “I really wasn’t that keen but my wife Kate said I should do it,” Andrew said. His previous performance experience was confined to skit nights ta the football club – a far cry from the polished performance he is looking to produce next Saturday night. “I saw my mate Cameron Grundy do it years ago and they haven’t really had anyone from Padthaway since so given it was a good cause, I decided to give it a go,” Andrew said. Partnered with Katherine Miller, a veritable veteran of the Swinging with the Stars event, Andrew admits it was tough going in the first few rehearsals. “It was really difficult to start off with but now I have actually grown to quite like my lessons,” Andrew said. As so many of the dancers find, the hip hop has been the most challenging, but it is also the one he has been able to practise most at home. “I have been doing that over and over again with the kids,” Andrew said. “They pick it up so easily and I sometimes struggle but it gives them a good laugh. The kids definitely think me doing this is hilarious and that I am pretty ordinary.”

Andrew spends his days on his property 16kms south of Padthaway – a mixed farming business focussing on lambs and also cropping. “I have been there all my life – me and my three brothers took over the farm from my father and now we all do our own thing,” Andrew said. And now it is home to his family – wife Kate and their three children – Felicity, Jimmy and Belle. A long standing footballer at the Padthaway Football

Club, Andrew is prepared for plenty of ribbing from his former team mates. Andrew’s fundraising is going direct to the Stand Like Stone Foundation and he has been overwhelmed by the support from the community. “It is such a small community and people are so generous – no matter what the cause is – and they have been fantastic,” he said. Andrew’s major event was a ball, hosted at the Keppoch Hall, which gave the community a chance to kick up their heels and glam up for the night. There was close to 100 people at the fundraising ball but just how many of his mates end up at The Barn to see Andrew’s debut remains unclear. Luckily or unluckily, depending on whose shoes you are in, Padthaway plays at Kaniva on June 22, making it tougher for his footy mates, who would be keen to see their new dancing sensation in action, won’t be making the trek to Mount Gambier. But just as he has had strong support all the way through these months of rehearsals, other family and friends will be sitting by the dancefloor to cheer the reluctant dancer on. No stranger to public speaking, Andrew admits, dancing in public is a whole other level and he has plenty of nerves as the big night approaches. “I am just lucky I ma with someone as amazing as Katherine who has been so patient with me and is so encouraging,” Andrew said. “Even when I know I am ordinary she always says I am doing a good job and she is willing to go over things again and again and again until I get them right.” You can still donate to Andrew’s fundraising campaign via the Stand Like Stone Foundation website. Above - Andrew Orton (right) with his dance partner Katherine Miller.

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - THE SOUND OF SILENCE… By ROBBIE TANSEL I experienced something extremely rare recently. I took a car trip that was quiet. My son Shaquille participated in a Cross Country event in Adelaide. Due to Donna having other commitments and Lebron having to go to school, they couldn’t come with us. This meant a two man road trip with just me and Shaquille. The difference was noticeable immediately. Before we have left the Mount Gambier city limits, Lebron will normally have asked if we’re there yet and if he could have a snack, despite often only just having had a meal. On this occasion we didn’t have to come up with ways to explain how long four and a half hours is. “We’ll be there by the time you’ve watched three movies. And asked if we’re there yet two hundred times.” In general there were none of the sounds I’m so used to hearing from the backseat. There were no arguments about what movie they were going to watch. There were no complaints about someone poking someone. There were no complaints about someone looking at them. The only sound in evidence was that of a tree falling in a forest when no one is there to hear it. It was quite unusual because while Lebron is normally our more chatty

child, Shaquille still makes his fair share of sound. I suspect that they have some alternative energy source which allows them to gain power from each other, without either of them losing energy. But it only works when they are in close proximity to each other. By themselves, they are like the Energiser bunny with flat batteries. The silence in the back seat was deafening but it was nothing compared to the silence beside me. Donna would argue that she talks to keep me alert and focused on driving. I think she does it to make me drive faster so that I can get out of the car and give my ears a rest and she can get to the destination quicker. Shaquille is a man of few words. He’s definitely not a conversationalist. What I discovered was that I actually

missed having someone yapping the whole time. The silence was slightly uncomfortable. I found myself asking Shaq every half an hour or so if he was still awake. After his one word yes, we both got back to the sound of the voices in our heads. So what did I do with all this silence? I found myself pondering questions like, why did this year’s AFL Indigenous Sir Doug Nicholls round span two rounds of football? The theory I’ve come up with is that they got the paint mix wrong and it took them two weeks to scrub the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island flags off the grass. I also found myself wondering, out of the McDonald brothers, why does Ol’ get his own song and all the attention, when clearly Ronald has had the better career. It’s like the Martin brothers Ray

and Ricky. Shouldn’t they have made it clearer which way the toilet roll was meant to be hung? Whoever first came up with toilet paper should have given very clear instructions as to whether it was meant to hang down next to the wall or cascade over the top like a majestic waterfall. According to Wikipedia it’s a matter of personal choice and 60-70% of people hang it over the top. This just goes to back up the point that Wikipedia is not always accurate. There is no room for personal choice. It’s meant to hang over the top. Obviously. Any other method is wrong and should lead to criminal charges being laid. It was at about this highpoint that I decided that listening to arguments in the back seat and three hours of how Donna’s uni course was going wasn’t so bad after all. I was surprised to hear that things were quiet without Shaquille and I around at home. I was under the impression that Donna just continuously talked. I didn’t realise that it was only when someone was around to nod and try to give the impression they were listening. Yeah, and I turn invisible when no one is looking at me. If you like silence, communicating with me by email at robbietansel@ gmail.com is ideal.

OPEN INSPECTIONS Complete Real Estate • For open times refer to www.completerealestate.com.au Gebhardts Real Estate • SAT 22 9.00-9.30 21 McGregor St • SAT 22 9.45-10.15 18 Kookaburra Crt • SAT 22 10.30-11.00 304 Wehl St North Green Triangle Real Estate • SUN 23rd 11.30-12.00 9 Duigan St • SUN 23rd 12.30-1.30 79 Stringy Bark Rd, Burrungule Malseeds Real Estate • FRI 21st 5.00-5.30 11 Flinders Tce • SAT 22nd 9.00-9.30 87 Crouch St North • SAT 22nd 9.45-10.15 2 Cockburn St • SAT 22nd 10.30-11.00 6 Nelson St • SUN 23rd 9.00-9.30 18 Agnes St • SUN 23rd 10.30-11.00 36 Lake Tce West • SUN 23rd 11.30-12.00 255 Caroline Headquarters Rd, Yahl First Choice Property Sales • SAT 22nd 10.00-10.30 33 Kalimna Cres • SAT 22nd 11.00-11.30 22 Byrne St Elders Real Estate • SUN 23rd 10.00-10.30 16 Hosking Ave • SUN 23rd 10.45-11.15 9 Ambrose Ct, Worrolong • SUN 23rd 11.30-12.00 3/17 Shepherdson Rd • SUN 23rd 12.15-12.45 48 Tollner Rd Peter Dempsey @Realty • SAT 22nd 11.30-12.00 2 Twila Grv • SAT 22nd 12.15-12.45 7 Lange St Key 2 Sale • SAT 22nd 10.15-10.45 20 Heaver Dr • SAT 22nd 10.00-10.30 10 Kalimna Cres • SAT 22nd 10.45-11.15 29 Brolga St • SAT 22nd 11.00-11.30 33 Brolga St • SAT 22nd 11.30-12.00 34 Derwent Crt • SAT 22nd 11.45-12.15 3/25 John St • SAT 22nd 12.15-12.45 20 Arlington Tce • SAT 22nd 12.30-1.00 8 Helpmann Ave

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57 PORTLAND STREET, PENOLA Blue Lake Real Estate has pleasure in offering for sale this modern, eco-friendly property. Situated in a new subdivision, adjacent to sporting fields and close to Penola High School, this property affords the astute buyer a near new home with ample shedding.

water service, LED lighting throughout the home and shed, double glazed windows, 5kw solar system with 18 panels and smart meter, five bay shed with 15amp power, four rain water tanks, totalling 54,000 litres, plumbed to the home and established fruit trees and vegetable gardens

The property is very well presented and offers a wide, welcoming tiled entry leading to the large open plan family/dine/kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with modern appliances including induction cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry room with ample storage and room for your freezer.

Beautifully presented home and gardens awaiting your inspection. Call today.

Adjacent to the main living area is a fabulous indoor/ outdoor room overlooking the rear yard.

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Blue Lake Real Estate, Kathryn Weddell-Lucas M: 0457 759 788 | P: (08) 8725 7770 W: www.bluelakerealestate.com.au E: admin@bluelakerealestate.com.au | RLA 523701

PRICE:

$459,500

FAST FACTS

The master bedroom has a walk in robe and large, well designed, ensuite with double vanity. Bedrooms two and three have built in robes. The property has many added extras such as slow combustion heating with water jacket connected to the hot

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

0418 854 393

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26 BLUEBELL DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

2 TWILA GROVE MT GAMBIER 5 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

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

18 HEATH STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

294 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MT GAMBIER

SIMPLY THE BEST $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.

FIVE BEDROOMS $345,000 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. Open Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm

$269,500 INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS 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. Open Saturday 12:15 - 12:45pm

$229,500 PERFECT INSIDE AND OUT Inspection will impress of this immaculate 3 bedroom and 2 living areas home. Easy care brick construction, easy maintenance yard. Upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher and heaps of cupboards.

CHARACTER COTTAGE $159,000 What an opportunity to create something special with this renovators delight located on the popular commercial street. Lounge room with gas heating, good size kitchen meals area, 3 bedrooms.

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7 MOSSWOOD COURT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR IDEAL FOR THE FIRST HOME OWNER

$229,000

Situated in a quite cul-de-sac in the popular conroe heights. 2 living areas, classy kitchen, 2 way bathroom, and 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes, gas heating, covered patio area, easy care garden, garage UMR.

10 GWENDOLINE STREET MT GAMBIER 10 BED I 7 BATH I 8 CAR

17 NAVAJO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

ATTENTION BABY BOOMERS $895,000 Imagine living in a beautiful turn of the century vila, fully renovated 3 bedroom residence with all the ornate features of yesteryear and the also having a secure income to cater for all your retirement.

The heading says it all, an impressive home with a touch of class, being of solid contruction, and grand looking home positioned on an elevated allotment. High ceilings, ornate bulkheads, quality fixtures.

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IMPRESSIVE CLASS AND GRAND

$535,000

SOLD

3 BED I 1 BATH I 4 CAR

2 SUNNYSIDE DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

$210,000 IDEAL BUSINESS LOCATION Wow what an opportunity to create a great asset in mount gambier’s commercial street. Create an office/ commercial hub, a home, development or an investment. Solid stone home on a corner allotment.

LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION $399,950 What a wonderful property to come on to the market. Ideal for the baby boomer, retiree, or professional couple. This home has been architecturally designed to complement it’s great loaction.

210 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MT GAMBIER

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87 MILSTEAD STREET PT MACDONNELL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

3 / 5 JOHN STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 4 CAR

1 / 9 WILLIAM STREET MT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

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

16 LAKES PARK DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 4 CAR

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.

LIKE NEW, GREAT LOCATION $238,000 Ideal for the retiree, couple, single or b&b. Perfect location close to shops. Like new condition this home has 2 bedrooms with built in robes, open kitchen meals living area. Modern kitchen with new appliances.

BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED GREAT LOCATION $235,000

Check out this beautifully presented unit in a group of 2. Located in mount gambier central in a tree line street a short walk to all of mount gambier’s city centre. 2 good size bedrooms, large lounge, kitchen meals area.

MAKE AN OFFER $159,000 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovator for the people who would like to get ahead. Solid stone home with good size living areas, slow combustion heating. Walk in pantry, electric kitchen, large backyard.

Perfect home for the professional couple, young family or baby boomer, as this home has all the lifestyle features plus garaging and access for caravans and boats. This beautifully presented home is like new.

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LIFESTYLE HOME, GREAT SHEDS

$385,000

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

6 TENISON DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR

5 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

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

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.

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.

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.

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 cafés.

1 / 6 HARTLEY STREET MT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

CRAFTER ROAD COMPTON

26 YAHL MAIN ROAD YAHL 4 BED I 2 BATH I 8 CAR

5 EMERALD DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

HOME OR INVEST $169,000 Perfect unit living in quiet cul de sac, open plan living upgraded kitchen and wet areas, 2 bedrooms, split system air-conditioning. Private yard with undercover parking. Good condition inside and out.

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.

INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS $525,000 Enjoy the family life in this beautiful family home. Looking for room to move and sheds to make every man happy this home is for you. This quality home sits on a 5,000 s/qm allotment including solid stone garage.

Enjoy picking your colours, fixtures and fittings and save thousands on stamp duty. Just walk in and relax in this to be built luxury home. Located on a level elevated allotment.

PRESTIGE AT FAIRWAY ESTATES

$495,000

5 BIRKDALE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 8 CAR PERFECT HOUSE, GREAT SHEDS

22 HEDLEY STREET MT GAMBIER

$439,000

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19 BELLEVALE CLOSE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR GREAT SHEDS, EXECUTIVE HOME

$595,000

Perfect for the farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, great views.

EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT $159,000 EACH

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

DREAM, HOME AND LAND PACKAGE $429,500

| www.atrealty.com.au


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29 BROLGA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME Beautifully presented family home in the popular Birdsville area. Neutral tones flow effortlessly throughout with large windows providing an abundance of natural light. The home features four bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and additional bedrooms with BIR’s. Spacious living areas include large formal lounge, open plan living area - incorporating kitchen with gas stove and electric oven, dishwasher and pantry, casual dining area and relaxed family zone. A formal dining room or third living area provides a flexible space perfect for a kids play room or large home office. A double car garage UMR has remote entry and undercover access to the front door. Extras include gas heating, r/c split system air conditioning, rear outdoor patio area, paved court yard and private gardens with a lovely rural outlook.

PRICE: $319,000

Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 W: www.key2sale.com.au RLA 282 450

Gail Richards M: 0409 268 199

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

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

20 Heaver Drive, Mount Gambier

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

20 Arlington Terrace, Mount Gambier Open

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SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45

NEW > BEGIN YOUR PROPERTY DREAM HERE!

NEW > PRETTY & PRACTICAL

This superbly presented family home is located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School & Collins Court Shopping Centre. The home features three bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, charming kitchen with double sink, gas cooking and breakfast bar, lounge with slow combustion heating and reverse-cycle split system, bathroom with bath, vanity, shower and separate toilet. Outside features include spacious outdoor entertaining area overlooking the backyard, garden shed and single carport UMR. The perfect property to start your investment portfolio or buy for your first home, don’t go past this one!! Currently tenanted at $280 per week until the 5th September 2019.

Beautifully presented family home located in Conroe Heights with loads of WOW! Offering 5 bedrooms and two bathrooms the home provides plenty of space for the large family. Two living areas including large formal lounge and an open plan family zone, incorporates an eye catching and practical kitchen with all the mod cons to impress the most discerning buyer. Stone bench tops, soft close drawers, dishwasher, breakfast bar, induction cook top, electric oven, spacious butlers pantry with study nook and internal access from the garage, make this the perfect spot for the kids bags and shoes and easy access to unpack the groceries. The master bedroom includes WIR and ensuite whilst 3 of the additional bedrooms all have BIR’s. A huge outdoor entertaining area fenced off from the back yard is ideal for entertaining family & friends. The large backyard offers two garden sheds, rear yard access and room for extra shedding, if desired.

$235,000 Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266 NEW PRICE 10 KALIMNA CRES, MT GAMBIER $275,000-$285,000

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NEW 29 BROLGA STREET, MT GAMBIER

$349,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 33 BROLGA STREET, MT GAMBIER

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$299,000

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- Beautifully maintained family home, situated near the Blue Lake - Modern kitchen with gas/electric cooking & dishwasher - 2 living areas, lovely undercover alfresco area and a large solar system - Remote double car garage UMR - Ideal for first home buyers, investors or families - In conjunction with Gambier Real Estate.

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 3/25 JOHN STREET, MT GAMBIER $179,000

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8 HELPMANN AVE, MT GAMBIER

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$329,000

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NEW PRICE 34 DERWENT COURT, MT GAMBIER $299,500

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

- Beautifully presented family home in the popular Birdsville area. - Four bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and additional bedrooms with BIR’s. - Formal lounge plus large open plan living area. - Formal dining room or third living space. - Double car garage UMR with remote entry and undercover access to the front door.

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- 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

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23 ANNETTE STREET, MT GAMBIER

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$799,000

- 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

$255,000

Open

SATURDAY 11.45-12.15

SATURDAY 12.30-1.00

- Situated in a handy central location, immaculately presented brick and tile unit - 2 queen size bedrooms (one with BIR) - Open plan including spacious lounge with gas heating - Practically designed kitchen/dining with electric cooking - Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment - Excellent tenant paying $205 per week until October 2019 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

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12 OAKRIDGE CRESCENT, MT GAMBIER

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- Attractive low maintenance family home, located in a highly sought after area, close to both St Martins and McDonald Park Primary School - Offering four bedrooms, main with ensuite and built in robes in two of the remaining bedrooms - Timber kitchen includes dishwasher, walk in pantry, electric oven & gas cooktop

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5/22 BURONGA AVENUE, 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

45 WILLOW AVENUE, MT GAMBIER

$179,000

- 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

- Immaculate presentation, why pay rent. - If you are after a unit, close to the Marketplace Shopping Centre, you won't find better than this immaculately presented brick and tile home. - Situated at the rear of the complex, this fantastic unit offers 3 large bedrooms (all with Bl robes), open plan living, including lounge with gas heating, practically designed kitchen/dining.

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Truly amazing entertainers paradise Tennis court, pool, alfresco lounge and kitchen poolside 5 bright, airy and spacious living areas 5 well equipped roomy bedrooms Huge shed and carport, ducted heating and cooling, solar system and rainwater tanks 6

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- 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 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 18 BADENOCH ST, MT GAMBIER $260,000 - $265,000

- Affordable family home of solid construction with ample room for the family - Large lounge with split system a/c, separate dining room off the kitchen / meals area and family room with s/c heating - Renovated bathroom featuring frameless shower, separate bath and modern vanity - Outside offers paved pergola, single carport, solar plus shedding Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

103 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST, MT GAMBIER

$219,000

60 WEHL ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER

$275,000

- 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

- Located within easy walking distance of the CBD & the Rail Lands. - Offering master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, spacious lounge with gas heating, updated dine-in kitchen with WI pantry & electric cooking. - Currently tenanted at $290 per week until 13th June 2019

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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22 TENISON DRIVE, MT GAMBIER

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

101 KINGSLEY ROAD, ALLENDALE EAST 5.5 ACRES

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NEW 10 MOUNTAIN COURT, 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. 5

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92 – 94 MEYLIN ST, PORT MACDONNELL

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

Rare opportunity to purchase 3.066ha of land ready for subdivision Plans available for 34 new allotments (S.T.C.A.) All services available at front of the allotment Vendor willing to subdivide into 2 large portions (from $270,000 plus GST)

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$320,000

LAND

16 RACKETTS RD, PELICAN POINT

$259,000

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

1 WALLACE STREET, MT GAMBIER

$499,000

- 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

NEW LOT 700, LUMIDIN BOULEVARD, MT GAMBIER $550,000+GST

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NEW PRICE UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE CRT, MT GAMBIER $349,000 - $369,000 each

$79,000

Vacant 725m2 Allotment ready for your new home Elevated outlook over a new area All services available including town gas Great position surrounded by quality homes Ring your builder today

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 23 FERRERS ST, MT GAMBIER $239,000 +GST

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Approximately 1191 m2 allotment. Endless development opportunities ( S.T.C.A ). Great position for new business. Walking distance to CBD. Recently developed into a car parking facility. Contact Al Lamond today for more information.

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW LOT 15 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $250,000 71 ACRES

- Located approximately 25 kilometres from Mt Gambier. - Offering approximately 5.5 Acres of township zoned land proving scope for development of approximately 16 building allotments (STCA). - Timber framed 3 bedroom home with open plan living with r/c a/c, wood fire and kitchen. - Large 8m x 11 m shed with concrete floor, power and lights

- 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

- 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

- 29.62 hectare natural scrub allotment in the seaside township of Pelican Point - Potential development opportunity (Subject to council approval) for 9 residential allotments ranging in size from 1800m2 to 3202m2 - Close to the beach with some of the proposed allotments offering potential sea views

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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54 CARPENTER ROCKS RD, CARPENTER ROCKS

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14 MARK STREET, NELSON

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55 ASCOTT ST, DARTMOOR

- 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

- “The Deck” is a beautiful timber clad home offering picturesque uninterrupted views over the Glenelg River - Currently run as a popular holiday accommodation, the property is being offered on a walk in walk out basis - Offering 3 bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, large light filled living area with wood heating plus kitchen/dining area - Colorbond garage, under house storage, rain and bore water

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Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 3

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL

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18 TURNBULL DRIVE, WORROLONG $900,000-$950,000

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Highly respected & established mechanical business. Excellent location in the centre of town. Profitable business with excellent figures. Well maintained plant & equipment included. Iconic business servicing the area for many years. Long lease available to purchaser. Purchaser has option to buy freehold.

NEW PRICE 26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL

$525,000

- Captivating 5 bedroom family home set on 5006m2 for the family looking for space and tranquility of county life - The kitchen offers stone bench tops, cupboards galore, walk in pantry and cork floors that flow seamlessly throughout the home - A separate lounge gives added space for children to play or young adults to entertain

BUSINESS & FREEHOLD

1228 MOUNT SALT RD, KONGORONG 153 ACRES

LAND

$1,075,000

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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20462 RIDDOCH HIGHWAY, SUTTONTOWN 22.5 ACRES

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- Situated on 3 glorious acres within minutes from Mount Gambier - Offering huge Blackwood kitchen, formal dining, roomy lounge plus family room - Master suite offers luxurious ensuite with his/her basins, underfloor heating, and walk in wardrobe - An entertainers dream home with an unrivalled alfresco area of massive dimensions

- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen and separate rumpus room - Stunning paved alfresco area complete with lighting & roller blinds

- Spacious solid brick and colorbond family home set on 153 acres - Consisting of 4 large bedrooms plus office or 5th bedroom - Outside offers pergola perfect for entertaining, single car shed a double carport with additional lock up storage - 7 main paddocks & 3 holding paddocks - Improvements include hay shed, steel & K-rail cattle yards with RPM vet crush & central laneway system to yards

- Elegance, charm and class all rolled into one! - The ultimate family home providing an enviable country lifestyle on 22.5 acres. - Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple living areas. - Beautifully renovated kitchen, stunning gardens & tennis court - Located just a few minutes’ drive from Market Place shopping complex and Mount Gambier Airport.

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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21 McGregor Street

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$170,000

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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 OPEN bedrooms, kitchen/ meals/family, laundry and SAT bathroom, stone garage/ 9.00 - 9.30 workshop.

18 Kookaburra Court

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$329,500

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‘UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM AUSTRALIAN EXECUTOR TRUTEES LIMITED’ Perfectly located in the popular Birdsville area and sited on a generous 900m2 (approx.) allotment, this immaculate OPEN home will impress the fussiest buyer, local shopping, SAT schools and reserves a short 9.45 - 10.15 stroll away. Exceptional!

14 Houston Drive

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304 Wehl Street North

20 Cobblestone Court

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$499,500

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2,700m2 approx. Ultra appealing home set on over 2,700m2 allotment. 5 bedrooms plus study. Multiple upstairs family zones plus OPEN downstairs theatre room and 3 bathrooms. Detached 4 bay SAT garage, 3 phase power plus 10.30 - 11.00 separate retreat and bathroom.

29 Compton Street Port MacDonnell

21 Canavan Road

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$529,500

Nestled at the end of a long driveway is this gracious Villa located on 4,900m2 (approx) within easy walking distance to the city centre. High 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.

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9 Turnbull Drive

12 Callahan Place

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$525,000

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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.

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$475,000 to $495,000

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

2C Clezy Crescent

Lot 15 McCormick Road OB Flat

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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.

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.

6-101 Jubilee Hwy East

2 Bruins Road Wandilo

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$499,950

A wonderful country living lifestyle awaits. A generous home big on living space & entertaining areas. HUGE shedding, perfect for your caravan & boat. Solar panels, 3 phase power, ducted heating & cooling, 10,000 gal rainwater. This home has it all.

5 Ralston Road

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$247,500

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Community titled homette – three bedrooms, two with built in robes. Modern kitchen/living/dining – spacious formal lounge. Enclosed patio, single garage UMR – ticks all the boxes!

$159,500

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Fantastic acreage allotment measuring 5,000m2 (approx) electricity and water both connected plus post & wire fencing. Well positioned south of the city.

BLUE LAKE PRINTWORKS

219 Collins Drive

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$629,000

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$139,500

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

Situated on a touch over three acres comprising four bedrooms, luxurious ensuite, classy kitchen meals family, two further living spaces, double garage under main roof plus 9 x 6 colorbond shed – a modern masterpiece!

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7 Truman Street

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$650,000 Set over 3600m2(approx.) land totalling 2 titles, large industrial premises previously used as a seafood factory, zoned light industrial. Unlimited opportunity!

1/5 Banksia Street

6 Birdwood Avenue

SOLD $70,000 + SAV Established for 25 years – Large client base. Selling and producing Australian Souvenir Products as well as the print shop. 3 carparks at the rear of the store + convenient side entrance from laneway. Too many facets to this business to list. Please contact the office for further details.

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$135,000

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.

UNITS\HOUSES

RENTALS 6/184 Commercial Street East 4/3 Kilsby Place 18/69 Bay Road 3/46 Brownes Road 45B Sassanowsky Road 1 /4 Hartley Street 4/4 Underwood Avenue 29 John Street 6/56 Brownes Road 21 Auvale Crescent 86 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

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$325,000

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$209,000

A spacious family home, two large living areas, outdoor entertaining deck and double garage. Perfect for a growing family or great investment – showing a strong return.

This sleek & stylish home is situated on a great corner allotment in the sought after Lakes precinct. Within walking distance to Reidy Park Primary School & Tenison Woods College. An absolute must see!

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$192,500

Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living areas, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.

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

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Avail 28/06/19 $125 per week NEW Avail 18/06/19 $150 per week Avail Now $185 per week Avail 12/07/19 $190 per week NEW Avail 05/07/19 $220 per week Avail 28/06/19 $230 per week Avail Now $230 per week Avail Now $230 per week Avail 28/06/19 $240 per week NEW Avail 21/06/19 $270 per week NEW Avail Now $280 per week Avail now POA

6/184 Commercial Street East

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3/46 Brownes Road

Avail 28/06/19 2 1 $125 pw • Upstairs flat with 2 bedrooms • Main bedroom with built in robe • Open plan kitchen and lounge area • Kitchen with electric cooking • Small balcony area • Close to supermarket • No Pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

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2 1 1 $240 pw • 2 bedrooms, main with BIR & dressing table • Lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Kitchen/dine with electric cooking • Single garage under main roof with internal access • Lawn maintenance included • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

• Two bedrooms both with built in robes • Kitchen/ dine with electric cooking • Lounge with electric heater & r/c air conditioner • Garage under main roof with internal access • Rear patio area • Extremely private & very well presented • 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

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6 Helen Street GRAND CENTRAL MOTEL

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4/69 Bay Road

34 Derwent Court

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221 Collins Drive

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FREEHOLD ONLY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 26TH JULY @12:00 NOON – GEBHARDTS OFFICE Rare investment opportunity. Well maintained Motel consisting of 23 units & a private residence. In the heart of the city, long secure lease & strong return, large land size, zoned CCE (city centre).

46 Harrald Street

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An exceptional and affordable family home, superbly positioned on a north facing 1285m2 (approx.) corner allotment overlooking the Rail trail walking and cycling path, a short stroll to the City centre, bring the Van - an abundance of shedding is also on offer – inspect ASAP!

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$175,000

In the prized Bay Road precinct between the fabulous array of shops, cafes and restaurants and the famous Blue Lake is this fantastic unit – an ideal property to nest in or invest in.

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41 Cutting Court, Worrolong

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$579,500

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List with Gebhardts. Experience the difference 5 Bond Street

7 St Andrews Drive

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$305,000

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

RENTALS 21 Auvale Crescent

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$279,500

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.

11 Graney Court

$650,000

“THE AUGUSTA” Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living area, bi-fold doors to alfresco area. Hardwood stairs. Double garage.

$299,500

Deceivingly spacious – perfect for the largest family. Two big living areas, huge covered outdoor entertaining area, 2 bathrooms, 2 driveways & solar. The list goes on – Inspect and be impressed! In conjunction with Key2Sale.

a 1,244m2 approx

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$120,000

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.

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23 Percy Street

11 Lorikeet Street

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$595,000

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$359,000

An absolute stunner of a home. Boasting solid construction, massive rooms, protected rear entertaining area plus access to rear yard. Get ready to be impressed.

3/25 John Street

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Rare city centre opportunity, dual street facing, fully renovated villa Circa 1900, 3 bedrooms, formal lounge/4th bedrooms, extensive shedding fronting Alexander Street. Previously used as an office/showroom. The second building currently leased at $930 per month. A magnitude of opportunity presents itself.

6 Old Kent Court

Call our friendly sales team today for a FREE no obligation market appraisal

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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!

LISTINGS WANTED

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$274,500

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

4 Peake Street

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$229,000

Located a short walk to Mount Gambier CBD. Features include: 3 bedrooms all with BIR, renovated kitchen, near new bathroom & laundry, freshly painted and new carpets. This one has the lot!

33 Stiles Street

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$179,000

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

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$379,000

5 bedrooms all with built in robes, main with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious kitchen/living/dining + large formal living.

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

COMMERCIAL

1 /2 James Street

2/2 James Street

66 Sturt Street

1 /2 James Street 2/2 James Street 66 Sturt Street 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail 21/06/19 3 1 $270 pw • 3 bedrooms, built in robes in two • 2 way bathroom • Open plan kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking • 2nd living area • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Close to school • Pets negotiable **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

3A Mitchell Street 53 Commercial Street East 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 2B Helen Street

Avail Now

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Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

• Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 185.52m2 • Reception area • Office • Staff Room • Fantastic location • $1666.66 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, with market review there after • Available Now

• Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1250.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings with market review there after • Available Now

• Front showroom, office and store • Open workshop area • Total area as a whole approximately 400m2 • High traffic area with great exposure • 3 phase power • Off street parking • Available now

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Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Bernie Manser

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

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garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

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79 Stringy Bark Rd, Burrungule NE W

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$305,000

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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 combuson heang. 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 shuers 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 fantasc family home or investment property. Contact our office today.

5-7 Kennedy Ave, Mt Gambier

This delighul 136acre property offers your family the privacy & serenity you desire on a picturesque seng only 10 minutes from Mount Gambier. The stunning family home is set back from the road, has been tastefully renovated to combine country style living with modern fixtures and fings. You will enjoy being tucked away amongst a nave forest, grazing land, garden beds and spectacular wildlife. The brand-new stylish kitchen offers electric cooking, dishwasher, walk-in pantry and overlooks dining area. The Spacious lounge offers a slow combuson wood fire and heat shiers to warm the rest of the home. 4 bedrooms, main with built in robes, or 3 bedrooms with a teenagers retreat, games room or cinema room. The main bathroom features a bath/shower, vanity and toilet. The laundry area also includes another separate toilet and separate shower room. The family home office provides comfortable and ample room for business, school space and study, undercover entertaining area and a mud room for your convenience. A 5,000 gallon rain water tank provides the house with year round rain water. Other features of this amazing property includes 136 acres fenced into 11 paddocks providing stock with all year round feed of established pastures, comprising of mainly rye grass, phalaris, fescue and clovers, cale yards with crush, single stand shearing shed and sheep yards, recently disused 100 sow piggery, hay shed, large workshop and storage shed, fully equipped bore watering all troughs and a 11,315 KL Water Allocaon. Go yabbying or fishing in your very own dam, let the kids ride their motorbikes or horses. The property already has so much to offer and has endless possibilies. Make this property yours today.

11 Hanson Street, Mount Gambier

ALL OFFERS INVITED

$670,000 - GRAND FAMILY LIVING

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This sophiscated 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 combuson wood fire and cooled in the hoer 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 / sing room, 2 dedicated offices at either end of the home, bedroom 4 with an ensuite and study, bedroom 5 or games room, a fantasc 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

$465,000

$179,000

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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 heang, 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 fantasc aribute is the large rear sunroom, this space would make the perfect playroom, office or sing 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

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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 fantasc 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 heang throughout.

POA - FARMING LAND ACROSS 3 TITLES An opportunity to purchase 284.53 acres across 3 Titles in the Wepar / Kalangadoo area. Secon 64 offers 240 acres, Secon 419 with approximately 40 acres and finally secon 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 opons.Features include a 20 aside swing over dairy with a fully automated feed and idenficaon system an 18,050L Wesalia Stainless Steel Milk Vat, feed mill, 80 and a 60 tonne silos, implement shedding, machinery shedding, under cover caleyards 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 fied with permanent sprinkler irrigaon. The water taking allocaon consists of 470,874 KL Artesian (confined) in the Kalangadoo Management Area. Renovated pastures including Rye Grass, Chicory and White Clover with a strong ferlising history Phone our office today to discuss potenal purchasing opons.


Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Bernie Manser

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

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21590 Riddoch Highway, Moorak

$199,000

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Are you looking to downsize & live central to all amenies with a low maintenance yard? If so don’t go past Unit 2 / 1 William Street, Mount Gambier. With just two units on the tle, this meculously maintained property has so much to offer. Large lounge with reverse cycle air condioning, spacious light filled mber kitchen with electric cooking ample cupboard space with plenty of room for dining, two double bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom with shower and vanity, separate toilet and large laundry area with built in cupboards. Outside features include low maintenance raised garden beds in the private rear yard, small garden at the front, fully lined insulated storage shed and a second garden shed. An inspecon of this property is a must to truly appreciate the size, the funconal floorplan and the fact that the property has been so well maintained.

50 Walker Road, Suttontown

$690,000 - SPACIOUS HOME WITH ACREAGE & SUPERB SHEDDING

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Remarkable family home located in the highly sought-aer 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 sensaonal parents retreat with a walk- in wardrobe, ensuite and a sing / 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 combuson wood heang, R/C AC, open fire in the formal lounge, a spectacular undercover outdoor entertaining area fied with quality roller blinds, a slow combuson 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 fied with a security system monitored by Wilsons Security. An inspecon of this home will not disappoint, call today to ensure you do not miss out this amazing family home.

WATER FOR SALE CONMURRA, MONBULLA, ZONE 2A, BLANCHE CENTRAL, HINDMARSH MANAGEMENT AREAS Contact our office on 8723 6866

ACREAGE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN

Situated just 10kms out of Mount Gambier is this 108 acre property (approx.) with so much potenal. If it’s the rural lifestyle you are aer, this would be the ideal locaon 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 cale yards and cale 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 allocaon licence. Do not miss out on this farming opportunity!

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Lot 12 Glenelg River Road, OB Flat

$169,000

$720,000

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16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell

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PRIME DAIRYING PROPERTY 1 person operated, 32 cow rotary dairy fully computerised Fullwood milking plant and heat me heat and health detecon 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 irrigaon, watered by 2 pivots, Water licence of approx 400 megs with water monitors installed for effecve 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 sll 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 inducon 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 heang and cooling, 12 foot ceilings, spectacular lead light front door and a remarkable verandah with rear decking.

$87,500


SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Candice Merrett 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438

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$199,000-$209,000 3

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RLA 204710

40 WEHL STREET NORTH

$369,000

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1930’S BUNGALOW IN PRIME LOCATION

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.

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.

2 HUNTINGDALE COURT

$459,000 4

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$225,000

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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. Great investment currently tenanted at $255 per week.

ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN MAX YOUNG PARK

102 GRAY STREET

$535,000

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.

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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.

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.

RENTALS 18 Peake St Street t re e t Avail. 15.2.19 15.2 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 Now $360pw 3 2 1 (Fully furnished) 17 Gwendoline Street Avail $365pw oliine 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 41 Ferrers Street Avail 06.08.19 $550pw 4 2 2

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3/172 Commercial me ercia al S Street treet West Wesstt 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 1 237 Yahl Main in nR Road oad Avail 3.5.19 3.5 5.119 $195pw $1 LEASED Avail 2 1 0 4/10 William mS Street t re e t Avail Avail 12.6.19 12.6 6.19 9 $200pw $20 LEASED 3 1 1 1/7 Lake Terrace ra ace eE East ast Avail Now Now $210pw $2 LEASED Avail 2 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

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Available 06.08.19 @ $550 p/wk

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Neat & secure 2 bedroom unit located close to eateries and shopping complex. Modern fixtures and fittings throughout. Both bedrooms have built ins and TV points. Open plan lounge and kitchen with r/c a/c. Kitchen comprises of gas stove, wide hi gloss bench tops & English style laundry with front loader washing machine included. Carport has remote roller door and direct personal access to unit. Enclosed rear yard & extra vehicle parking.


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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 and 75 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 11 Flinders Terrace, Mt Gambier

$355,000-$365,000

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FRIDAY 5.00-5.30PM

Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

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6 Nelson Street, Mount Gambier

$185,000

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Lot 2 Kongorong-Tantanoola Rd, Tantanoola AUCTION Aucon - 30th of June at 11am on site, unless sold prior

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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

SELLING DUE TO HEATH REASONS Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

150 ACRES APPROX

204-208 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier

$400,000

Jason 0419 032 795. Emily 0417 665 085

6 Hill Crescent, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

19 Orr Street, Mt Gambier

$125,000

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3 Montrose Court, Mt Gambier

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$285,000

Malseeds Real Estate are under instrucons to sell the content of 2 storage sheds. SUNDAY 23RD AT 1PM - ONSITE @ STOREHOUSE SELF STORAGE 211 JUBILEE HIGHWAY EAST, MT GAMBIER You are bidding on the whole of the shed, they will not be broken down.

Jason 0419 032 795. Emily 0417 665 085

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Terms & condions in the comments. Storage Aucon Terms: All purchases will incur an 11% buyer’s premium added on top of the purchase price. Cash or EFT/Visa/MC payments ONLY accepted. 3% surcharge will be added to all EFT/ Visa/MC payments. The highest registered bidder for each lot shall be the buyer subject to the reserve price if any. The Auconeer gives no warranty as to tle of the goods. The Buyer acknowledges that he/she has had opportunity to inspect the whole of the lots and sasfy him/herself as to the condion of any lot and accepts any lots with all faults and defects (if any). The bidder agrees to hold harmless and indemnify Malseed’s and or their agents against any claims arising whatsoever from today’s aucon. All purchases much be collected on day of aucon unless arrangements are made with the auconeer. Purchases must be paid for in full on day of aucon. Purchases must be removed from the aucon site within 48 hours of aucon, or a fee of $50 per week storage will be charged. A $100 deposit will be taken from the winning bidder, returned when shed is emped and cleaned.

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$285,000

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2 Cockburn Street, Mt Gambier

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SATURDAY 9.00-9.30AM

18 Agnes Street, Mt Gambier AUCTION Aucon - 30th of June at 2pm on site, unless sold prior

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

87 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

• Solid extensively renovated family home ready to move in and enjoy • Master bedroom at the front includes a walk in robe and ensuite • Open plan living area with blackwood mber kitchen, stone benchtops, Miele cooktop • Dining and 2nd lounge • 3 bedrooms all with built ins • Great entertaining area and single car drive through garage under main roof • Small garden shed • Gas ducted heang throughout

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WANTED • 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom brick home with shedding • New or near new 3 bedroom home with garage walking distance to CBD Phone Wendy on 0468 692 993

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Stir fried noodles 1/4 cup (60ml) Oyster Sauce 2 tablespoons Light Soy Sauce 1 tablespoon Lee Kum Kee Chilli Garlic Sauce (optional) 150g Pad Thai Noodles 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided 500g Chicken Mince

120g fresh loose cup mushrooms, thinly sliced 1 carrot, peeled, cut into thin matchstick-size strips (about 100g) 1 small brown onion, thinly sliced (about 150g) 1 spring onion, thinly sliced

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Method In a small bowl, whisk the oyster sauce, soy sauce, chilli garlic sauce, if using, and 2 tablespoons water. In a large pot of heavily salted boiling water, cook the noodles for 4-5 mins or until al dente. Rinse the noodles under cold water. Drain. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a wok or large heavy frying pan over medium-high heat. Add the chicken and cook, without stirring, for 2 mins or until the chicken is well browned on the bottom. Continue cooking, breaking up the chicken into small clusters, for 2-3 mins or until just cooked through. Transfer the chicken to a heatproof bowl and set aside. In the wok over high heat, heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil. When the oil is smoking, add the mushrooms, carrot and onion and stir-fry for 2 mins or until the mushrooms are tender. Stir in the cooked chicken and then the sauce mixture. Add the noodles and toss until well combined and heated through. Divide the noodle mixture among 4 serving bowls. Garnish with spring onion and serve immediately.

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FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES MULTICULTURALISM Mount Gambier’s Main Corner is hosting a short film festival to celebrate World Refugee Day this Thursday. The Colourfest Film Festival is a selection of short Australian films telling a diverse range of stories from a divers range of cultures. AUSTRALIAN STORIES 2019 FILMS The selection of films are named ‘Australian stories’ to celebrate the evolving identity of Australia as a nation of diverse faces. Culture Strong (9 mins) Culture Strong explores how 2 young Sikhs in Australia connect to and preserve their culture through music: Hip Hop and traditional Sikh music. It follows the stories of Sukhdeep Singh (L-FRESH The LION) and Manbir Singh (kirtan teacher) and shows how their stories meet at this juncture in time. Eve (15 mins) A teenager comes of age through the most unlikely of friendships in working class, multicultural, Western Sydney. Mother, Child (15 mins) Having suffered a recent Stroke, a mother and her adult son are reacquainted and forced to live together. As they face the physical and psychological challenges head on, they’re placed on an emotional collision course, leading them to question whether their close proximity is such a good idea. Panguna (7 mins) Panguna is the name of a mine deep in the islands of Papua New Guinea. This tiny cluster of islands in the Pacific is rich in natural resources such as gold, silver and copper. For seventeen years the mine functioned peacefully until 1989 when the local villagers rebelled against the government and targeted the mine. We follow the story of Veronica who was a villager from the area. She fell in love with one of the Australian workers. This documentary will show how she navigated through the conflict with a husband on one side ad her family on the other. As their love story unfolded the world around them was at war. Talent Show (6 mins) Talent Show follows the life of a hardworking young man who works as a cleaner to make ends meet and provide for his partner and baby daughter. He finds a flyer for a talent show at work one day and sees the opportunity for his dream of becoming a rapper and performing come alive. How will he balance his daily chores and responsibilities with the pursuit of becoming a rapper? The film includes spoken word and rap, and explores themes of sacrifice, determination, and migration. The festival runs from 2.30pm to 3.45pm at Mount Gambier’s Main Corner Complex.

SECRET WINTER CELEBRATION RETURNS Winter is back and so is the Koonara Wines Winter Warmer Fiesta, promising a great night out in Mount Gambier Friday, July 5. Nicole Reschke said after the success and local support of last year’s event, Koonara are excited to bring back the cozy winter atmosphere of the Fiesta once again. “As much fun as we had embracing Mount Gambier’s winter weather last year at the old laundry, we’re moving the event to a warm and cozy secret indoor location,” Nicole said. “To pump some colour into the night, this year’s Winter Warmer Fiesta will have a retro theme - get out your glitter and hair crimper as we celebrate the 70’s and 80’s! We’d love for people to get involved in the theme, even if it’s just a touch of the era.” Koonara will be featuring their new vintage of Flowers For Lucy Moscato, along with the classic favourites Wanderlust Cabernet and Emily May Rose. The Side Project will also be pouring their new Strawberry and Apple Cider, Coffee Amber and Red IPA for the craft lovers. “We’ll be keeping that winter vibe going with the best comfort food,” Nicole said. “A great selection from Natural Born Grillers, Bambino Woodfired Pizza, Atomic food, and coffee by Bricks and Mortar Coffee Co, should keep everyone feeling warm and nourished. You can also request your favourite song from the 70’s and 80’s when you book your ticket – we’ll have

an awesome lineup of live local bands including Sugar Loaf, Michael Ferguson & Christo, and DJ Justin. We’re really excited about the new location for the event and are looking forward to a fun night out celebrating the change of season with our local friends.” Free buses will be available taking guests to and from the event from Mount Gambier Hotel and Park Hotel. Booking early is encouraged with general entry tickets at $20. Above - Megan Hein enjoying last year’s Winter Warmer Fiesta.

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CELEBRATING 70 YEARS

Photos by Georgia Quick

Mount Gambier dancers Elisabeth Benny, Agnes Sim and Laura Le Cornu from the Margaret Cleves School of Dancing

TONI GILMORE Remax Limestone Real Estate

The South Eastern National Dancing Association celebrated its 70th Anniversary of the Southern States Championships and supporting events on June 8 and 9. The event was opened by Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM and a large crowd of visitors and local residents enjoyed watching some of Australia’s best highland dancers. One hundred and thirty dancers from all States of Australia converged on The Icehouse to compete in the two day event, which was adjudicated by Scottish Official Board Chairman Christine Lacey MBE, from Scotland, Australian Board President Ellen Sommerville, from Queensland, and Dianne Harrison, from New South Wales. Ms Lacey was impressed with the professional way the event was conducted by SENDA.

Evie Edwards dancing the Sword Dance

Elie Roe Daniel from Tasmania dancing the Village Maid

Above (top) - Margaret Cleves School of Dancing 12yrs & over group choreography joint winners MORE PHOTOS & RESULTS ON PAGE 32

Where do you never tire of visiting in this region? The beach Three first choice dinner party guests Brad Pitt, Channing Tatum & Rown, my husband What people would be surprised to find out about you? That I have three sisters and three brothers Your greatest weakness? I care too much Your greatest strength I am really loyal What would you choose for your last meal Chicken schnitzel What item in your wardrobe would you never part with My black leggings If you were a car, what would you be? A Landrover Who/what most inspires you? People who take the initiative and are always honest Who/what most frustrates/annoys you? My boss!! What book/CD would you want with you if you were on a deserted island? Anything with 90s hits Which movie/television role would you love to play? A lead in a romantic comedy where they always get to live happily ever after What’s the best advice you ever heard? Always be true to yourself What’s the best advice you ever gave? I don’t think I’ve ever really given advice. I’m not the advice giving type If you weren’t in your current role what would you be doing? PE teacher Who would you like to swap places with for a day? A millionaire


BUILDING COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS FOR FIFTY YEARS The Tatiara Work Centre in the Limestone Coast has been a welcome sanctuary for often isolated farmers since 1968, when it was first established by a group of regional women looking to promote the use of homegrown goods. In its 50 year lifespan the organisation has provided a space where locals can sell homegrown and homemade products – including jam, pickles, cakes and even pot-plants – and acts as a meeting point where members can establish connections with the local community. The non-profit group was recently nominated for Community Centres SA’s The Loneliness Cure Award, which recognises the role community groups play in connecting people. Tatiara Work Centre secretary and farmer Shaun Taylor said the Limestone Coast centre helped to combat social isolation in the community by providing a place where people could come together over a cup of tea and fresh homemade produce. “There’s almost a greater need than ever for groups like us in regional areas, because that social isolation is becoming more prominent,” Shaun said. “For me; I joined after being made redundant from my job in town. I initially just went back to my farm, but you feel isolated only getting into town once a week, you don’t really have much of a connection with the community. My only regret is that I didn’t join the centre 10 years earlier.”

Tatiara Work Centre was founded by a small group of women on farming properties who were looking to sell their homegrown goods, make some extra income and connect with their local community. “These women were looking to make new friendships and combat social isolation and the reason the centre was first established hasn’t really changed,” Shaun said.

While the initiative was first pioneered by and for women, it quickly grew to include male members and Shaun said the group strived to remain inclusive. “We’re open to anyone, young, old, female, male, regardless of race and religion, we’re a hub for the whole community,” he said. “We have a growing migrant population in Bordertown we would love to get

involved as well; the centre is really a showcase of the local area and the people that live within it.” Shaun said the group’s eagerness to adapt and grow is responsible for much of its success, with the centre now recording its highest rate of community involvement in its history. “We’ve had really good sales over the past years, we’ve moved into a more prominent location on the Tatiara main street and we’ve been able to drop our commission back to the original level that it was 50 years ago,” he said. “The commission just goes towards the rent, electricity and other shop costs, we try and give as much money as possible back to the members who make and supply the products.” While Shaun has a number of regular customers drop by when volunteering at the store, he said the centre was also frequented by travellers passing through the town. “We have people that travel from Adelaide to Melbourne once a month drop into the work centre and pick up products they really enjoy, they come once and they keep coming,” Shaun said. “Anyone that steps foot into the Tatiara Work Centre can feel that grassroots support, it’s got a great vibe.” Left - Former president Rosalie Crocker, Tatiara Work Centre’s oldest active member Marjorie Badman & secretary/ treasurer Shaun Taylor at the 50th Anniversary celebrations.

TIME TO ENROL FOR KINDERGARTEN Looking to enrol your little one in kindergarten next year? Kindergartens across the Glenelg Shire will soon be accepting enrolments for 2020 as part of the upcoming Enrolment Week. Enrolments for Glenelg Shire Council managed pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs will be open during the week of June 24-28, the official enrolment period. Glenelg Shire Council children’s services manager Janine Johnstone encouraged families to start preparing their enrolment information. “With a number of four year old and three year old programs available across our early learning centres there is something to suit families from all corners of the shire. I remind all families to mark the important Enrolment Week dates in their calendars,” she said. “As part of our Enrolment Week we will be hosting Open Days at our centres in Heywood, Portland, Casterton and Dartmoor so families can come and visit the service in a relaxed and informal setting.” The Open Days will take place on Monday, June 24, from 1.30–3.30pm, with families welcome to come along at any point during this timeslot. Casterton families are advised that the Open Day at the Kathleen Millikan Centre will take place at the alternate time of 10.30am12.30pm. “During the Open Day sessions parents and caregivers can see firsthand which kindergarten will best suit the individual needs of their child. Educators will also be available to discuss any queries prior to enrolment,” she said. “Throughout Enrolment Week our friendly staff are with families every step of the way to make the enrolment process for 2020 as smooth as possible.” Enrolment forms can be downloaded from Glenelg Shire Council Website from June 24. Alternatively, families can collect a hard copy enrolment pack from the Kathleen Millikan Centre, Portland Child and Family Complex or the Heywood Customer Service Office. For further information regarding Enrolment Week or the Open Days please contact the Children’s Services team on (03)5522 2211. Above - Dartmoor’s Leah Frost and Stanley Hurst are running into Enrolment Week.

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CELEBRATING 70 YEARS FROM PAGE 26 SOUTHERN STATES CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Southern States Championship 7 – 11 Years 1st Alice Gill (VIC) 2nd Lillie Neuendorf (QLD) 3rd Milla Palfrey (QLD) 4th Natasha Golden (NSW) 5th Evie MacDonald (VIC) 6th Lily Rakete (VIC) Southern States Championship 12 – 13 Years 1st Isla MacDonald (VIC) 2nd Callum Tregear (QLD) 3rd Jana Nicol (TAS) 4th Lucy Edwards (SA) 5th Grace McDonald (QLD) 6th Hailee Pearce (SA) Southern States Championship 14 – 15 Years 1st Morven Johnston (WA) 2nd Phoebe Clark (VIC) 3rd Hannah Russell (TAS) 4th Abbey Freebairn (SA) 5th Poppy Nicol (TAS) 6th Keeley McGregor (SA) Southern States Championship 16 – 18

1. Which team set a World Cup record when they defeated Thailand 13-0 in the pool competition of the 2019 Women’s World Cup? 2. What was the name of Jennifer Aniston’s character in Friends? 3. Who is Australia’s Federal Opposition Leader? 4. What is the capital of Poland? 5. Meryl Streep plays which actress’s mother-in-law in the new series of Big Little Lies? 6. Which animal appears in the Ferrari logo? 7. For which NBA franchise does Klay Thompson play? 8. The trailer has just dropped for which animated movie sequel set to hit cinemas in November? 9. How many World Championships did German Formula1 driver Michael Schumacher win? 10. The fictional New South Wales town of Wandin Valley was the setting for which popular Aussie TV drama? 11. Who won the 2002 Brownlow Medal?

Years 1st Cyan Macleod (VIC) 2nd Ashlee Beams (TAS) 3rd Isabella Clark (VIC) 4th Isobel Cooper (TAS) 5th Madison Sefton (TAS) 6th Kathryn Attleir (VIC) Southern States Championship 19 Years & Over 1st Elie Roe Daniel (TAS) 2nd Elizabeth Mulvaney (VIC) 3rd Chloe Miller (SA) 4th Hayley Boyd (QLD)

12. Swedish chemist, engineer & inventor Alfred Nobel, who bequeathed his fortune to set up the Nobel Prize system, was famous for inventing what explosive? 13. Which two venues hosted the official Live Aid concerts on July 13, 1985? 14. Steve Rogers is the alter ego of which Marvel superhero? 15. Which West Indian batsman has scored the most career runs for the Caribbean team? 16. Who two Australian tennis players won their first ever French Open titles at the 2019 event? 17. In which Australian State would you be if you were visiting Cradle Mountain? 18. Who are the four judges on the current season of The Voice Australia? 19. Which sauce is traditionally served with Eggs Benedict? 20. How many sheets of paper make up a ream?

ANSWERS 1. United States; 2. Rachel Green; 3. Anthony Albanese; 4. Warsaw; 5. Nicole Kidman; 6. Horse; 7. Golden State Warriors; 8. Frozen 2; 9. Seven; 10. A Country Practice; 11. Simon Black; 12. Dynamite; 13. Wembley Stadium (London) and John F. Kennedy Stadium (Philadelphia); 14. Captain America; 15. Brian Lara; 16. Ashleigh Barty and Dylan Alcott; 17. Tasmania; 18. Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland; 19. Hollandaise; 20. 500

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5th Imogen McInnes (QLD) 6th Natasha Burgess (SA) Frank Collins Memorial Trophy for the best SENDA dancer under 13 years Winner: Agnes Sim Ridland Memorial Trophy for the best SENDA dancer 13 years & over Winner: Abbey Freebairn The trophy for the Premier Dancer Best Depicting the Spirit of Highland Dancing Winner: Isabella Clark (VIC) FULL RESULTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

JAZZ IN FOCUS Are you having jazz withdrawals after Generation in Jazz? Well this upcoming show at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre is right up your alley. Australian songbird Gina Hogan has been a national favourite for nearly a decade. The Women of the ‘60s,‘The Belles of Broadway and Night and Day – the Doris and Shirley Show have all wowed audiences across the country. Now she is back on stage with a showcase of timeless classics by Gershwin, Arlen, Berlin & Porter, with songs made famous by revered artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Dinah Washington and Nat King Cole. Gina’s compelling stage presence and beautiful ‘voice of many colours’ will leave you wanting more from this much loved performer so book your seat now for the July 3 performance.


LOCAL SPORT PIONEERS IN CRUISE CONTROL

STRIKERS CONTINUE WEST’S WOES

Match Report Division 1 Men Strikers 5 def West 3 West havshad a sobering few weeks in LSEHA hockey so were keen to find some rythem when they faced Strikers at Blue Lake Sports Park on Saturday afternoon. West controlled things early but failed to impact the scoreboard and that would come back to haunt them as Strikers pounced to open the scoring with an outstanding tomahawk goal from Jordan Millhouse. Once they had the advantage Strikers didn’t let up as they too hope to build some momentum that will carry them through the rest of the season. Millhouse was looking extremely dangerous up forward while Mason Hill was keeping everything out in the Strikers goal. Toby Maddern had scored again for Strikers off a penalty corner near the quarter time break and Millhouse extended the lead with his second goal early in the second quarter. West’s inability to pass cleanly in the midfield and difficulties clearing the ball from defense saw pressure continue to mount. Gavin Robertson was providing plenty of opportunities on his side of the field but couldn’t penetrate the attacking circle. Strikers by contrast were getting great looks at goal as evidenced by the unbalanced 3-0 scoreline at halftime. West looked to regroup early in the second half and did gain some momentum, leading to a penalty stroke five minutes after the restart. Darren Vine stepped up to take the stroke but a confident Mason Hill dove the right way and made the

save. Hill’s outstanding play reinvigorated Strikers and they had soon scored again with Millhouse scoring his third from a penalty corner. Brayden Burston clawed one back with Darren Vine adding another just before three quarter time to give West a sniff of victory. West were starting to find some run but in their desperation play continued to break down and allowed Strikers to score again as Millhouse took his tally to four on the day. Daniel Kestle scored a late consolation goal for West and they continued to push forward in the final minutes but their structure again fell apart as they chose to seek opportunities individually rather than through teamwork. Strikers on the other hand played a great team game and proved that they will be amongst the league leaders as the season heads towards the business end. Best Players: Jordan Millhouse (Strikers), Mason Hill (Strikers), Gavin Robertson (West). Goals: Strikers – Jordan Millhouse (4), Toby Maddern. West – Brayden Burston, Darren Vine, Daniel Kestle.

Above (left) - Darren Vine led from the front for West but his team was always in the rear as Strikers recorded a dominant victory over West. Above (right) - Jordan Millhouse might have the raw end of the deal here but had the last laugh as his four goals powered Strikers to victory.

SA COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS ACTION

The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers men’s team and the One Forty One Mount Gambier Pioneers women’s team continue to track nicely into the 2019 Premiers League finals with both sides having expected comfortable victories over Central Districts at the Icehouse. For the men, they scored an astonishing 133 points in the 56 point demolition – in fact, the Pioneers only just fell short of hitting the 100 point mark by three quarter time. The opening quarter, which was a good indicator as to what kind of night it was going to be, saw the Pioneers sharing the ball as they worked their way to a 30-13 lead. Seven players hit the scoreboard in the opening stanza with Erik Burdon providing a couple of long range highlights in a workmanlike opening quarter from the home side. The second quarter started with some highlight reel moments with Kentrell Barkley slamming home two dunks in the opening minute as the lead hit 20 but it was skipper Tom Daly, with a 10 point quarter, that was the shining light, as Burdon again showed some good form from beyond the arc. The margin was 28 at the half and it was Tom Daly again in the third that was again dynamic, sinking 12 points, including two threes, with Burdon also hitting another duo of threes, as the Pioneers worked their way to a 97-58 three quarter time scoreline. The final quarter saw Dayjar Dickson come to life and add to his highlight reel with a couple of dunks, while the bench also saw plenty of time on the pine, with Dellon Brown, Mitch Hunter and Malok Makoi all hitting the scoreboard. Tom Daly top scored for the Pioneers with 27 points, with Dayjar Dickson hitting 18 points and pulling in 11 rebounds and Barkley finishing with 16 points and an incredible 18 rebounds. Sa, Daly continues to show his worth now that he is back on court, with 17 points and eight rebounds, while Lachie Hunter also continues to have an increasing impact, with 14 points and nine rebounds. The women took well over a half to shake off a tenacious Central Districts. It was all about captain Amanda Frost in the opening quarter as she hit 12 points in what was basically a basket for basket opening stanza. The match followed a similar theme in the second as Central Districts refused to go away and while the margin was 10 at the half, the contest was still a fifty-fifty prospect. A sluggish opening to the third quarter where both teams went more than two minutes without scoring after an early Frost lay up, saw Emily Winter decide enough was enough as she powered to a nine point quarter and a 13 point three quarter time lead. It was in the final quarter that Frost and fellow import Pachis Roberts decided it was time to put some distance between the finals bound Pioneers and the winless Lions with Frost showing off her perimeter game with three threes on her way to another 12 point quarter, while Roberts was at her most productive, scoring 10 of her 22 points in the final minutes. In the end, the 27 point margin was more reflective of the teams’ standings, belying the fight showed by the Lions in the opening three quarters. Frost finished with 30 points, eight rebounds and four assists, while Winter had a strong 16 point, 11 rebound game. Melissa Russell also chipped in with nine points and seven rebounds. The Pioneers hit the road this weekend to take on West Adelaide (Saturday) and South Adelaide (Sunday). Both sides are lowly ranked on the men’s premiership standings, while in the women’s draw, West Adelaide is still very much a contender, while South are struggling. Above (left) - Tom Daly Above (right) - Emily Winter

CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ALL THE SA COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS NETBALL RESULTS FROM THE THREE Above (left) - Casterton Sandford’s Madalene Cleary played a key role in defence for the Western Border’s championship winning A Grade team & (right) East Gambier’s Tarsh McCallum worked her magic in the mid court.

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COMPETING SOUTH EAST ASSOCIATIONS


LOCAL SPORT KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Kaniva Leeor 2.3 4.7 8.9 12.13 (85) Kybybolite 3.4 7.8 8.9 9.11 (65) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: M. Wundke 5; C. Hitchcock 4; N. Murphy 2; A. Brown. Kybybolite: B. Munn 3; S. Shepherd, T. Cooper 2; K. Rodgers, B. Castine. Best - Kanvia Leeor: N. Murphy, W. Braunstein, C. Hitchcock, J. Creaser, B. Dodson, J. Maddern. Kybybolite: J. Mc Kay, J. Bittner, M. Tonkin, D. Brodie, T. Hunter, T. Cooper Mundulla 9.3 12.6 15.8 19.10 (124) Border Districts 2.0 4.7 7.9 10.9 (69) Goals- Mundulla: J. Hinge 6; N. Mosey, D. Noll 3; T. Burgess, J. Dolling 2; E. Jaeschke, N. Gregurke, B. Douglas. Borer Districts: B. Helyar 3; J. Helyar, S. Mansell 2; J. Baron, B. Denmead, Z. Edwards. Best - Mundulla: N. Mosey, L. Duell, D. Noll, T. Ballinger, J. McGrice, J. Hinge. Border Districts: Z. Edwrads, N. Naylor, M. Quinn, J. Baron, B. Helyar, E. Holland. Padthaway 4.3 9.8 13.12 14.16 (100) Penola 1.3 4.3 7.7 10.10 (70) Goals - Padthaway: J. Vandermeer, M. Raitt 4; J. Scott 3; C. Williams, T. Redigolo, L. Harder. Penola: B. Merrett 3; J. Currie, S. Berkefeld, D. Walker 2; A. Merrett. Best - Padthaway: M. Raitt, R. Jaensch, J. Heading, D. Obst, T. Moyle-Read, J. Vandermeer. Penola: J. Galpin, J. Pfitzner, B. Bryant, S. Merrett, B. Egan, A. Moore. Naracoorte 1.4 6.8 10.8 17.12 (114) Keith 4.5 8.6 11.7 15.9 (98) Goals - Naracoorte: S. Willson 5; M. Gill 3; W. Walker 2; B. Mitchell, R. Palma, S. Gurney, C. Gill, D. Myall, J. Reeves, Z. Walker. Keith: J. Robertson 3; W. McMurray, A. Dunstan, P. Makin, J. Irwin 2; G. Johnson, J. Jones, T. Geyer, R. Menz. Best - Naracoorte: A. Cheer, B. Mitchell, J. Gregg, K. Jacobs, C. Gill, S. Willson. Keith: W. McMurray, R. Menz, B. Woodall, G. Thring, G. Johnson, A. Dunstan. Kingston 3.3 7.7 12.9 15.11 (101) Bordertown 1.2 4.4 5.7 10.11 (71) Goals - Kingston: J. Fisher 6; T. Rogers, B. Warner, B. Kennedy 2; J. Armfield, R. Clarke, B. Simpson. Bordertown: L. Makin 3; N. Hampel, G. Twigden 2; N. Dahlitz, S. Devitt, J. Barras. Best - Kingston: B. Warner, J. Fisher, J. Siviour, T. Rogers, I. Hewson, B. Simpson. Bordertown: R. Tink, B. Paech, R. Tink, B. Lodewyk, G. Twigden, D. Inglis.

B GRADE Kaniva Leeor 12.13 (85) d Kybybolite 6.8 (44) Mundulla 15.9 (99) d Border District 5.6 (36) Penola 15.17 (107) d Padthaway 1.5 (11) Naracoorte 8.12 (60) d Keith 7.3 (45) Kingston 12.12 (84) d Bordertown 6.13 (49)

SENIOR COLTS Kybybolite 18.10 (118) d Kaniva Leeor 3.5 (23) Border Districts 14.11 (95) d Mundulla 0.5 (5) Naracoorte 16.10 (106) d Keith 2.0 (12) Kingston 16.12 (108) d Bordertown 4.5 (29)

JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 9.10 (64) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0) Penola 6.7 (43) d Padthaway/Lucindale 2.6 (18) Keith 6.7 (43) d Naracorote 6.2 (38) Kingston 2.1 (13) d Bordertown 0.1 (7)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL

WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE East Gambier 5.2 8.3 8.7 11.14 (80) Millicent 0.1 1.3 3.6 3.7 (25) Goals - East: K. THomson, M. Rumbleow, G. Cooper, R. Brewster, P. Hatch 2; J. Dawe. Millicent: S. Willis, F. Bradley, H. Smith. Best - East: J. Eldrdige, K. Thomson, J. Forster, M. Scanlon, T. Williams, M. Rumbelow. Millicent: D. Bromley, F. Bradley, K. Varcoe, D. Tincknell, K. Bradley, A. Dickenson. West Gambier 6.2 12.3 16.5 19.6 (120) Casterton Sandford 3.0 6.2 9.5 9.8 (62) Goals - West: J. Attard 4; G. Ha, J. Williams, J. Coombe, B. Papps 2; K. Giddings, R. Kuller, M. Minuzzo, T. Holmes, Z. Kuller, T. Lewis. J. Schapel. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton 3; R. Killey, W. MacDonald 2; J. Carlin, T. Sullivan. Best - West: T. Zeitz, S. Zeitz, L. Bradley-Brown, R. Kuller, M. Minuzzo, J. Attard. Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald, J. Boulton, L. Kelson, M. Cowland, H. Carlin, T. Sullivan. North Gambier 4.3 9.4 11.6 15.8 (98) South Gambier 0.1 2.3 4.5 5.5 (35) Goals - North: J. McConnell 8; H. Telford 3; M. McINerney 2; D. Munn, T. Gould. South: T. Reid, B. Kain 2; S. Fleming. Best - North: F. Marshall, B. Kennedy, B. Stafford, H. telford, M. McInerney, C. Buckley. South: B. Saffin, M. Hein, T. Reid, K. Bowd, J. Tentye, T. Saffin.

Westerns 3.3 10.6 16.10 19.13 (127) Branxholme-Wallacedale 0.2 2.4 6.4 6.6 (42) Goals - Westerns: K. Richardson 5; R. Cracknell, N. Stiles 3; K. Anson 2; M. Pridham, J. Bliss, D. Rowe, M. England, B. England, C. DeVera. Branxholme-Wallacedale: J. Austin 3; S. Lambevski, K. Johnson-Schembri. Best - Westerns: K. Anson, C. Anson, N. Stiles, R. Cracknell, M. England, S. O’Brien. Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Lambevski, R. Wheller, A. Caruana, J. Austin, C. Wood, C. Robinson. Tyrendarra 3.5 8.10 13.15 18.20 (128) Cavendish 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Tyrendarra: S. Wilson 6; M. Peters 3; B. Sheahan, S. Marra 2; M. Pitt, A. Sealey, S. Walsh-Bannam, T. O’Connell, J. Atwell. Cavendish: A. O’Connor. Best - Tyrendarra: B. Bentley, S. Walsh-Bannam, J. Atwell, S. Marra, B. Sheahan, A. Sealey. Cavendish: O. Dinges, N. McRae, T. Huf, J. Brown, R. McKenzie, T. Vearing, Dartmoor 2.1 5.4 7.4 10.10 (70) Heywood 1.3 2.6 5.9 7.12 (54) Goals - Dartmoor: A. O’Connell 3; C. Howlett, L. Polaski 2; K. Smith, R. Malseed, M. Oldfield. Heywood: D. Handreck 3; S. Arthur, 2; A. Morgan, J. Nash. Best - Dartmoor: K. Smith, J. McRae, A. O’Connell, J. Polaski, D. Lynch, L. Polaski. Heywood: D. Morris, B. Millard, A. Johnstone, D. Handreck, B. Martin, R. Gordon. Heathmere 3.4 7.6 11.7 13.7 (85) Coleraine 1.3 3.4 7.6 9.10 (64) Goals - Heathmere: L. Davis 6; J. Stanford, J. Patterson 2; W. Kerrins, H. Telfer, W. Pickett. Coleraine: W. Slattery 6; T. Hogan 2; K. Rowland. Best - Heathmere: J. Andrews, H. Telfer, S. Lovett, J. Patterson, C. McNabb, J. Stanford. Coleraine: C. Hogan, W. Slattery, L. MacDonald, J. Povey, J. Wright, T. Gleeson.

RESERVES

Millicent 7.9 (51) d East Gambier 7.4 (46) West Gambier 9.11 (65) d Casterton Sandford 1.8 (14) North Gambier 22.10 (142) d South Gambier 5.4 (34)

UNDER 18 East Gambier 5.4 (34) d Millicent 4.9 (33) Casterton Sandford 11.8 (74) d West Gambier 5.8 (38) South Gambier 23.7 (145) d North Gambier 1.8 (14)

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL

Above - Port MacDonnell’s Ben McGregor in action.

A GRADE

PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

Port MacDonnell 5.8 9.11 11.14 14.19 (103) Kongorong 2.2 4.2 7.6 9.8 (62) Goals - Pt Mac: B. Newton, D. O’Dine 3; M. Stark, J. Langdon, L. Bottomley, M. Roscow, A. Richards, J. Owen, J. Schleter, M. Smith. Kongorong: J. Simkin, J. Lewis 2; A. Lightbody, D. Hann, M. Von Stanke, R. Hein, S. Phillips. Best - Pt Mac: J. Langdon, D. O’Dine, N. Wilke, Z. Williams, M. Roscow, J. Gregory. Kongorong: R. Hein, R. Ritkowski, M. Von Stanke, H. Evans, S. Phillips, A. Lightbody. Hatherleigh 2.4 5.6 14.8 16.13 (109) Glencoe 7.5 10.9 12.12 12.17 (89) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Wight 3; M. Faulkner, M. Leek, S. Telfer 2; G. McGrath, L. Walker, J. Bateman, W. Chay, J. Rayson, B. Wight, T. Bell. Glencoe: B. Foster 3; D. Pfitzner, D. Childs 2; A. Gregory, M. McRae, T. Edwards, Z. Cocks, A. Hentschke. Best -Hatherleigh: G. McGrath, B. Fabris, J. Wight, M. Leek, J. Skeer, J. Faulkner. Glencoe: D. Childs, D. Pfitzner, B. Swan, L. Pitson, M. Kasparian, T. Edwards. Robe 11.6 22.8 30.15 39.21 (255) Nangwarry 0.0 0.1 0.1 1.1 (7) Goals -Robe: Z. Deane 11; T. Lockwood 5; J. Kelly, Q. McCallum, H. Durrant, H. Bigmore 3; J. Pettit, T, Wachtel, J. Sneath, J. Jarrett 2; P. Matthews, E. Samuel, T. Ling. Nangwarry: L. Gibbs. Best - Robe: Z. Deane, J. Agnew, J. Wehl, T. Wachtel, J. Pettit, J. Kelly. Nangwarry: A. Heron, C. Hicks, G. McWaters, B. Deamer, B. Just, J. Parsons. Mt Burr 5.2 9.3 11.7 16.11 (107) Tantanoola 3.2 5.3 8.7 9.11 (65) Goals -Mt Burr: J. Gregory, N. Morrison, J. Fiebig, N. Muhovics, T. Vanderhorst 2; H. Schultz, J. Wallis, T. Renzi, T. Allen, D. Ridley, J. Dowdy. Tantanoola: R. Versace 5; K. Dodd 2; S. Haniford, A. Roberts. Best - Mt Burr: N. Muhovics, J. Gregory, D. Ridley, J. Fiebig, J. Dowdy, T. Allen. Tantanoola: H. Brown, R. Versace, M. Roberts, K. Dodd, B. Reilly, B. Pitts.

Millicent 6.5 (41) d East Gambier 4.2 (26) South Gambier 8.11 (59) d North Gambier 3.0 (18)

UNDER 14 East Gambier 10.7 (67) d Millicent 2.4 (16) North Gambier 3.3 (21) d South Gambier Red 3.1 (19) West Gambier 4.8 (32) d Casterton Sandford 4.3 (27)

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE

Millicent’s Mitchell Reilly looks to spoil Jonny Cooper’s marking attempt

Warrnambool 6.3 11.8 16.12 22.13 (145) Portland 3.3 3.5 8.6 9.9 (63) Goals - Warrnambool: D. Ewing 11; J. Turland, M. Bidemade 3; L. Cody 2; K. Lenenhan, A. Steere, J. Turland. Portland: C. Giddings, Z. Barker 2; D. Barr, T. Murrell, H. Jennings, T. Sharp, J. Wilsin. Best - Warranmbool: D. Ewing, J. Turland, J. Foott, B. Bull, M. Bidemade, J. Bell. Portland: H. Jennings, T. Watts, Z. Barker, T. Stone, D. Falcone, A. Shepherd. Port Fairy 1.4 4.7 9.9 15.14 (104) Hamilton Kangaroos 3.5 4.6 10.7 10.8 (68) Goals - Port Fairy: T. Sullivan 5; K. Smith, K. Mercovich, D. Nicholson 2; I. Martin, T. Hetherington, C. Harwood, J. Conlan. Hamilton: D. Russell, H. Douglas, J. Pertzel 2; J. Pepper, C. Murrie, T. Ross, H. Waldron. Best - Port Fairy: K. Smith, D. Hamilton, T. Sullivan, E. Purvis, I. Martin, K. Mercovich. Hamilton: J. O’Brien, T. Ross, J. Slabbert, R. Gill, C. Murrie, H. Waldron.

INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 10

B GRADE Port MacDonnell 9.9 (63) d Kongorong 7.13 (55) Glencoe 8.6 (54) d Hatherleigh 7.5 (47) Robe 16.9 (105) d Nangwarry 6.4 (40) Tantnaoola 12.23 (89) d Mt Burr 0.2 (2)

UNDER 16

Millicent’s Tom Hutchesson

Post-Tel 63 d Moorak Red 58, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 61 d Mil Lel 41, Glenburnie 75 d Moorak Blue 30, Yahl 58 d Kongorong 44, Wandilo Water Rats 64 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 36, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 73 d Glencoe 39, Saints 57 d RSL & District 45, Commercial Club 63 Bye.

SHIELD QUALIFICATION PREMIERSHIP TABLE AFTER ROUND 10

Glenburnie 18points, 169.68%; Wandilo Water Rats 16,168.54; Commercial Club 16, 152.51; Post-Tel 14, 135.36; Saints 14, 117.67; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 13, 110.65; RSL & District 10, 118.48; Yahl 10, 86.71; Glencoe 8, 104.89; Mil Lel 8, 86.27; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 76.41; Moorak Blue 4, 71.28; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 3, 69.87; Kongorong 2, 66.37; Moorak Red 0, 58.40.

SENIOR COLTS

Kongorong 13.10 (88) d Port MacDonnell 10.3 (63) Hatherleigh 17.14 (116) d Glencoe 0.1 (1) Robe 10.9 (69) d Nangwarry 3.5 (23) Mt Burr 16.15 (111) d Tantanoola 0.1 (1)

JUNIOR COLTS Kongorong 9.8 (62) d Port MacDonnell 4.3 (27) Hatherleigh 9.9 (63) d Glencoe 2.0 (12) Robe 14.11 (95) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0) Tantanoola 16.10 (106) d Mt Burr 0.2 (2)

Left - Harrison Evans takes this strong mark in a rare highlight for the Hawks at the weekend. Far right - Toni Gilmore looks to nail another goal in Port MacDonnell’s big win over Kongorong.

Millicent’s Hannah Nitschke drives the ball down court PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

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LOCAL SPORT KNT NETBALL A GRADE Mundulla 55 (D Wiese, K Hinge) d Border Districts 44 (D Hannaford, E Pretlove) Penola 88 (A Possingham, S Skeer) d Padthaway 42 (K Ward, H Grady) Keith 53 (M Harper, M Wachtel) d Naracoorte 39 (S du Rand, S Henschke)

A RESERVE Mundulla 73 (K Dargaville, M Daniel) d Border Districts 50 (M Jordan, T Hindson) Penola 83 (L Foster, M Moore) d Padthaway 27 (S Dolling, H Grady) Keith 54 (G Cadzow, S Smith) d Naracoorte 41 (M Pretlove, G Collins) Bordertown 51 (N Rowett, E Orrock) d Kingston 47 (B Cunneen, T Loveridge)

B GRADE

Penola 56 (T Galpin, K Dent) d Padthaway 34 (K Woodman, P Richards) Keith 59 (T Rehn, K Johnson) d Naracoorte 44 (S Gibbs, B Henschke) Bordertown 37 (K Hicks, J Barton) d Kingston 31 (N Pink, E Hodges)

C GRADE Mundulla 45 (A Pickering, S Malcolm) d Border Districts 39 (E Wilson, Z Hoctor) Penola 57 (J Lucas, T Berkin) d Padthaway 18 (H Davey, M Moreton) Keith 42 (S Tuckwood, C Sigston) d Naracoorte 36 (S Fletcher, M Shortt) Kingston 42 (K Watson, K McCarthy) d Bordertown 35 (T Fleming, C Searle)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL

WB NETBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

Port MacDonnell 79 (T. Merrett, M. Lewis) d Kongorong 50 (S. Lucas, E. Lightbody); Glencoe 55 d Hatherleigh 37 (L. MacGregor, L. Haines); Robe 64 (A. Hunter, C. Tucker) d Nangwarry 40 (E. Stokker, C. Ploenges); Mt Burr 59 (S. Wallis, L. Schutltz) d Tantnaoola 50 (G. Clarke, S. Little)

North Gambier 44 (M. Whaites, E. Brown) d South Gambier 36 (A. Pearce-Raisin, T. McIntyre); West Gambier 54 (J. Freeman, C. Trevilyan) d Casterton Sandford 39 (C. Harris, S. Jarrad); Millicent 68 (D. Denton, H. Dunn) d East Gambier 49 (T. McCallum, T. Gray)

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Port MacDonnell 56 (B. Williams, K. Carrison) d Kongorong 40 (R. Perry, H. Attiwill); Glencoe 71 (C. Treacey, A. Finnis) d Hatherleigh 47 (M. Smith); Robe 41 (B. Nicolle, A. Culley) d Nangwarry 35 (K. Heaver, C. Lock); Mt Burr 38 (N. Chambers, S. Westerman) drew with Tantanoola 38 (J. Adams, L. Barber)

North Gambier 38 (L. Westhorpe, A. Close) d South Gambier 24 (B. Bouchier, C. Edmonds); Casterton Sandford 71 (H. Rhook, N. Rhook) d West Gambier 43 (M. Horrigan, B. Kuller); East Gambier 39 (S. Bowman, A. Geraghty) d Millicent 38 (S. Ellis, A. Pratt)

B GRADE

Port MacDonnell 64 (N. Fensom, I. Sneath) d Kongorong 32 (K. Shpeherd, B. Holmes); Glencoe 55 (S. Auld, B. easterbrook) d Hatherleigh 28 (E. Ellis, N. Thomas); Robe 51 (K. Foremand, E. Brooks) d Nangwary 38 (A. Lawson, B. Fullford); Tantanoola 68 (D. Vanderheul, B. Aberle) d Mt Burr 20 (D. Smith, K. Burchell)

B RESERVE Port MacDonnell 85 (M. Wilson, L. Lewis) d Kongorong 49 (A. Taylor, A. Formosa); Glencoe 57 (B. Scheer, A. Tweddle) d Hatherleigh 32 (O. Cambridge, E. Major); Nangwarry 53 (F. Virgin, T. Shepherd) d Robe 25 (E. Haebich, M. Davis); Tantanoola 66 (T. Taylor, M. Hann) d Mt Burr 42 (K. Hayward, R. Fox)

17 & UNDER

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)

Port MacDonnell 47 (L. Feast, E. Kerr) d Kongorong 33 (B. Miller, J. Patzel); Glencoe 56 (E. Thompson, S. Jones) d Hatherleigh 45 (M. Pulmer, L. Brown); Robe 46 (R. Nettle, M. Keane) d Nangwarry 27 (J. Glynn); Mt Burr 40 (A. Smith-Muhovics, M. Bevan) d Tantnaoola 36 (M. Telfer-Scott, G. Clarke)

15 & UNDER

16 & UNDER

Port MacDonnell 46 (E. Kerr, K. Sneath) d Kongorong 27 (P. Beare, Z. Von Stanke); Hatherleigh 73 (L. Haines, E. Redden) d Glencoe 31 (Z. Mulraney, C. Owen); Robe 58 d Nangwarry 12; Tantanoola 49 d Mt Burr 31 (Z. Burns, K. Sharp)

Naracoorte 55 (H Broadbent, J Kavanagh) d Keith 49 (A Goode, M Driver) Bordertown 46 (A Steinberg, E Ballinger) d Kingston 34 (S Woodward, J Holmes)

15 & UNDER Border Districts 44 (C Rata, L Larder) d Mundulla 25 (M Dowling, E Mock) Keith 50 (Z Brown, K McLay) d Naracoorte 25 (M Harper, I Ross) Kingston 43 (T Daniel, G Bastiaans) d Bordertown 21 (M Hicks, A Weatherald)

13 & UNDER A

13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 43 (S. Lewis, L. Wilson) d Kongorong 25 (K. Gordon, E. Sealey); Hatherleigh 64 (O. Baker, N. Faulkner) d Glencoe 10 (M. Biggins, J. Owen); Robe 38 (S. Brooks, R. Legoe) d Nangwarry 18 (K. Roisetter, T. McNair); Mt Burr 62 (J. Altschwager, A. Faltin) d Tantanoola 24 (T/ Walker, G. Johnston)

B GRADE South Gambier 52 (K.McIntyre-Clarke, R. Bryant) d North Gambier 51 (A. Pietsch, M. Skinner); Casterton Sandford 56 (M. Crawford, E. Chandler) d West Gambier 55 (T. Ferguson, T. Carraill); East Gambier 46 (C. Gollan, E. Thompson) d Millicent 35 (A. Bowering, L. Hateley)

C GRADE South Gambier 35 (T. Young, B. Millowick) d North Gambier 33 (L. Willoughby, G. Bruhn); Casterton Sandford 46 (J. Parsons, K. Smith) d West Gambier 36 (Z. Booth, O. James); East Gambier 42 (N. Smith, C. Ferguson) d Millicent 21 (M. Gysbers, P. McGuiness)

17 & UNDER North Gambier 83 d South Gambier 20 (E. Galluccio, B. Winterfield); West Gambier 62 (M. Horrigan, N. Facey) d Casterton Sandford 27 (M. Elshaug-Betson, C. Galpin); Millicent 57 (P. McGuiness, S. Skeer) d East Gambier 36 (M. Pannenburg, J. Hutchesson)

15 & UNDER A South Gambier 52 (R. Richter, T. Bryant) d North Gambier 19 (L. Norman, K. Winterfield); Casterton Sandford 53 (M. Hutchins, E. Mutch) d West Gambier 25 (S. Ritter, L. Croker); Millicent 43 (D. Tunkin, L. Denton) d East Gambier 28 (A. Bosko, K. Demspey)

15 & UNDER B South Gambier 27 (J. Jennings, A. Cooper) d North Gambier 17 (R. Wallace, H. Brooks); West Gambier 28 (C. Beck, L. Pollifrone) d Casterton Sandford 22 (G. McPeake, C. Kerr); Millicent 50 (F. McKenzie, R. Kenny) d East Gambier 19 (C. Lines, K. LeGray)

13 & UNDER A

Border Districts 39 (C Rata, A Deland) d Mundulla 19 (J Altus, A Rowett) Penola 29 (J Porter, S O’Brien) d Padthaway 20 (A Frick, K Longbottom) Keith 38 (C McInereny, T Dick) d Naracoorte 26 (L Midwinter, J Cox) Bordertown 34 (C Twigden, A Fuentes) d Kingston 14 (K Pilmore, H Pass)

North Gambier 38 (P. DeNys, S. Brown) d South Gambier 20 (P. Exelby, C. Ryan); West Gambier 25 (C. Scott, M. Bull) d Casterton Sandford 16 (I. Longhurst, M. Patton); Millicent 51 (M. Tarrant, L. Van Eeden) d East Gambier 7 (E. Steen, T. Baggio)

13 & UNDER B Border Districts 21 (K Rata, G Mahney) d Mundulla 1 (H Reed, M Mead) Padthaway 23 (S Moreton, S Roberton) d Penola 14 (N Lear, C Bailey) Keith 14 (M Woods, G Garrett) d Naracoorte 7 (A Woosnam, L Pretlove) Kingston 24 (P Stenner, T Pink) d Bordertown 10 (C Treloar, E Jozeps)

13 & UNDER B

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL

11 & UNDER

North Gambier 19 (L. Roulstone, E. Mustart) d South Gambier 12 (A. Solomons, R. Mitchell); West Gambier 29 (H. Boult, B. Colbert) d Casterton Sandford 10 (M. Elshaug-Betson); Millicent 18 (J. Lucas, B. Watson) d East Gambier 11 (A. Lines, M. Young)hty) North Gambier 21 d South Gambier 3 (M. Clarke, L. Milich); Casterton Sandford 17 d West Gambier 12 (J. Glynn, M. Pearson); Millicent 30 (M. Vincent, L. Crowe) d East Gambier 3 (A. Anderson, E. Chittleborough)

A GRADE Dartmoor 44 d Heywood 42; Cavendish 56 (S. Langley, L. Iredell, C. Crawford) d Tyrendarra 45 (M. Pitt, E. Alexander, C. Walder); Westerns 63 (P. Clayton, H. Bunney) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 30 (S. Pevitt-Holmes, A. Pepper, A. Keatley); Heathmere 80 (K. Pickert, M. McNabb) d Coleraine 53 (C. Langley)

Far left - North Gambier’s Ellen Brown in full flight in A Grade netball action. Left (top) - South Gambier has lured Audine Bryant back onto court and her leadership was invaluable.

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE

Left (bottom) - South’s Alyce Pearce-Raisin and North’s Sarah Nulty had the battle of the day with both players influential for their respective teams.

Port Fairy 46 d Hamilton Kangaroos 27 (R. Lewis, J. McCallum) Warrnambool 62 d Portland 48 (R. Grant, L. Hockley, M. Nash)

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LOCAL SPORT NETBALLERS DOMINATE COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

ALL STAR RECOVERING Legendary Boston Red Sox baseball player David “Big Papi” Ortiz has endured two surgeries to repair wounds he received after being shot in the back in his native Dominican Republic. The retired power hitter was sitting in a nightclub when a gunman rode up on a motorcycle and shot Ortiz. Ortiz was a 10-time All-Star, and three-time World Series champion with the Boston Red Sox and finished his career with 541 home runs.

NO ACHILLES - NO WORRIES Despite Kevin Durant likely suffering a torn Achilles in Game 5 of the NBA Finals it would appear that the Golden State Warriors superstar’s suddenly uncertain future won’t affect offers as he prepares to enter free agency. Even though Durant might not play again until the beginning of the 2020-21 season — when he’ll have turned 32 — multiple teams still appear willing to offer him the four-year, $236 million.

BEATING THE ODDS Two time Melbourne Cup winning jockey Corey Brown is facing a year on the sidelines after a heavy race fall. Brown had eight screws and a plate inserted to stabilise the spine, while he also sustained a punctured lung and a fractured sternum, but the star jockey says he is grateful that he beat ‘one in a million’ odds just to be able to walk again.

The South East has again impressed at the 2019 SA Country Championships with netball teams from this region competing in all four division one title deciders, bringing home three. Western Border dominated three of the four grades, bringing home the A Grade, 17 & Under and 15 & Under titles, going through undefeated in all three grades. The Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara also played off in a title decider, narrowly going down to the Riverland in the 13 & Under Division 1 grand final. Western Border, Kowree Naracorote Tatiara and Mid South East Netball Associations all qualified for Division 1 action after day one of the championships, with all three leagues also being placed in the A Grade competition in senior action. It was the fifth successive title for Western Border in the 17

& Under grade, while the Western Border A Grade victory also saw Tenille Gray, Hayley Dunn and Emily Hunter named in the Championship Top 10, as was Mid South East’s Abbey Duncan. Above ( top left) - 2019 A Grade Championship Team - (back row from left) - Donna Denton (playing coach); Tenille Gray; Morgan Amy; Madalene Cleary; Hayley Dunn & Liz Beames (team manager) - (front row from left) - Lisa Duldig; Emily Hunter; Tarsh McCallum; Imogen Walker & Demi Verbena. Above top (right) - 2019 17 & Under Championshiop Team - (back row from left) - Tyne Bosko; Nikeisha Facey; Madi Haggett; Sophie Ellis & Audine Bryant (coach) - (front row from left) - Ellen Brown; Paige

HANNAH TO COMPETE AT NATIONALS St Martins Lutheran College Year 12 student Hannah Elliott has returned from the State Cross Country Championships, held earlier this month at Oakbank, having run her way into a plae at the national championships later this year. Hannah competed in the 4km event, winning a silver medal. Hannah is part of the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy and was the 2018 Trisha Flett-SallyJane Allen Sports Scholarship winner. The national championships run from August 23 to August 26 and will be hosted in Wollongong. Left - Hannah Elliott with her silver medal. lifestyle1.net | 36

Nitschke; Kayleigh Taylor; Riley Buckingham & Hannah Nitschke. Above (bottom left) - A Grade Championship Top 10 - Emily Hunter; Abbey Duncan; Hayley Dunn & Tenille Gray. Above (bottom right) - 2019 15 & Under Championship Team - (back row from left) - Lucy Denton; Caeleigh Humphries; Portia McRae; Alyssa Duncan; Amryn Bosko & Sharon Adams (coach) - (front row from left) - Siobhan Adams; Sophie O’Connor; Tara Bryant; Kate Dempsey & Tully McShane.

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INDOOR BOWLERS THE BEST IN THE STATE

MOUNT GAMBIER HOSTS STATE CARNIVAL

More than 160 dedicated eightball players congregated in Mount Gambier over the June Long Weekend for the 42nd annual SA Affiliates State Eight Ball Carnival which was held at the club rooms of the Allan Scott Glenburnie Race Course. The tournament was contested by 24 associations from across South Australia (including Sunraysia (VIC), and Broken Hill (NSW)) with 32 teams in total vying for the coveted trophy which was eventually taken out by Central Districts (1) who defeated Gawler (1) in the grand-final 8 frames to 4. The consistently strong Gawler side (Adam Andretzke (capt), Ben Andretzke, Lee Irwin, Lui Larossi, Geoff Smethurst) who have dominated the competition winning three times in the past five years were not quite up to the task this time around when they came up against an in-form Central Districts team (Shane Cripps (capt), Jeff Gluyas, Michael Hayes, Filip Misic, Ryan Mountford) who have come so close recently being runners-up twice since 2015 and haven’t won the carnival since it’ inaugural running way back in 1978. Gawler won their way through to the grand-final after defeating Riverland (1) 8-6 in the quarter-final and got up over Eyre Peninsula (2) 8 frames to 6 in the semi, and Central Districts got there via a solid 8-3 win against Eyre Peninsula (1) (who were last year’s runners-up) in the quarters and a tough fought 8-5 victory over South Coast (1) in the semifinal. Host of the carnival, Mount Gambier 8Ball Association fielded two teams which weren’t quite on the ball this year with the No2 team only being able to claim two match wins (out of 7) which placed them sixth in their group of eight, while the No1 team did well to finish third in their group but missed out on the quarterfinals by percentage only, after winning five of their seven matches for the weekend. Player of the carnival went to Frank Banovic of Whyalla

getting 18 wins out of 21 frames for the weekend, and Justin Hammer and Chad McGregor both of Eyre Peninsula, and Ben Andretzke of Gawler all finished in equal second place with 17 wins and four losses. The best performing Mount Gambier player was Tony Montesanto with 14 wins and seven losses. The “Burnt Balls” (last place) trophy went to the Kapunda team, and the Friday Night Knockout was won by Noah Cunningham (South West Metro) who defeated Shawn Salmon (Hills 1) in the final. The Carnival was opened with Mount Gambier 8Ball Association stalwart and long time life member and still current player Allan (Bucks) Buckingham breaking the balls to kick things off on Friday night. The Mount Gambier 8Ball Association would like to thank all their fantastic sponsors whose help has been invaluable and appreciate all your support in helping make this year’s carnival an outstanding success. Major Sponsors: THE BLUE LAKE MOTEL MOUNT GAMBIER RACING CLUB THE SOUTH EASTERN HOTEL JENS HOTEL BARRIE’S WATER CENTRE GT INDUSTRIAL SALES GERMAN CLUB - MOUNT GAMBIER COMMERCIAL CLUB - MOUNT GAMBIER SMERK’S STRAIGHT AZ FENCING STIHL SHOP - MOUNT GAMBIER Above (left) - Central Districts (1) (from left) - Jeff Gluyas, Filip Misic, Shane Cripps (capt), Michael Hayes & Ryan Mountford.

The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has returned from the South Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Regional Tournament winning the Othams Trophy for the second time in the nine years they have been competing. The Mount Gambier contingent last won the overall title in 2015. The 2019 event was hosted at ARC in Campbelltown and the association returned not just with the Othams Trophy but with a swag of gold medals and a silver medal. Teams from the Mid South East Bowls Association, as well as Metro North and Metro South competed at the event, with each team boasting 26 players, competing across 10 disciplines. The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association returned home with five gold medals and one silver from the 10 events. The first player to win a Gold Medal was Ladies Singles player Serena Bourn who won all three games with precision bowling. Veronica Opie and Zac Pearson paired up for the Mixed Pairs and also won all three games with the last game going down to a measure. The Ladies Triples team of Lorraine VanDen Hoogen, Jennifer Bowering and Fiona Pearson were in splendid form also not dropping a game and winning all games by large margins. The Ladies Fours team of Nancy Horrigan, Kath Hearne, Lynda Kember and Shirley Gifford won the Gold Medal with three wins, with two good wins and one game by one shot. The Men’s Fours team also took home the gold medal, with Simon Attiwill, Tim Radley, Garry Burke and Craig Pearson fighting for the gold on the final day of competition and winning with the last bowl. The Men’s Singles saw Gary win two out of three games and bring home the silver medal. The Mixed Fours team of Cathy Edwards, Marie Pedlar, Travis Bourn and David Edwards were unlucky to have a draw on the first day which resulted them just missing out on a medal. Janice Knight and Keisha Pearson competed in the Ladies Pairs, winning one game and losing two tight contests. The Men’s Pairs combination of Thomas Butler & Stephen Von Duve also won one and lost two, as did the Men’s Triples Team of Kevin Burn, Coehen Keppels and Michael Cameron. Above- The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association regional team with the Othams Trophy.

DUNN GOES BACK TO BACK

Above (right) - Gawler (1)(from left) - Lui Larossi, Adam Andretzke (capt), Lee Irwin, Ben Andretzke & Geoff Smethurst).

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One hundred and eight sporting clay shooters descended on the Limestone Coast over the June Long Weekend to compete in the fourth Limestone Coast Sporting 150. Competitors from across South Australia and Victoria nominated for the event of 75 targets at Lake Bonney Sporting Clays and 75 targets and Burrungule Park, being the home of the South East Branch of the South Australian Field and Game Association. Warrnambool`s Jamie Dunn managed to go back to back by shooting 142/150 Clay targets over the two days of competition. Day One at Lake Bonney saw Dunn finish three targets ahead of, two time

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winner, Millicent`s Jeremy Kent and despite Kent being the High Gun for Day Two at Burrungule Park it wasn’t enough to overhaul Dunn, finishing third overall with 140/150. Consistency from the evergreen Ron Rhook, also from Western Victoria, saw him finish second overall, only one target behind Dunn on 141/150. Above (left) - Sponsor Rod Laidlaw, from Outdoor Sporting Agencies, with winner Jamie Dunn Above (right) - Jamie Dunn in action


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