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COVER -THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION YOU WILL MAKE FOR YOUR CHILD’S FUTURE St Martins Lutheran College is more than a school, it’s an embracing, caring community where no one is lost in the crowd. The SMLC community helps every student to become lifelong learners and future proactive citizens, utilising their God-given gifts for the benefit of others. The message of love and forgiveness in Jesus Christ informs all relationships. St Martins offers a variety of learning opportunities to encourage students to reach their potential academically, spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally. St Martins Lutheran College is a Foundation to Year 12 Co-educational College offering a wealth of academic experience with a commitment to Christian education. The friendly, encouraging community, is focused firmly on the needs of students. St Martins recognises one size does not fit all and will strive to develop pathways for students according to their interests and talents, from primary through to secondary. The SMLC team provide a wide range of curricular and extracurricular activities, empowering students to achieve their own personal best within their chosen fields. This solid foundation helps assist students in preparation for tertiary education, vocational pathways or full-time employment. An emphasis on service to others is a feature of life at St Martins. Our committed and caring staff welcome parent participation both within the classroom and in various other areas

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of the College to achieve our common goal of assisting children to learn and grow. Modern buildings and good facilities provide a pleasant and constructive learning environment for Students. Access to information and communication technology equips students for an education appropriate for the learning needs of today and future years. In 2020 Stage 2, of the SMLC building program will be opened housing contemporary hospitality facilities and purpose built art teaching areas and studios. This building program is part of the College’s long term vision for continuous improvement. St Martins offers its program in education to all applicants regardless of ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability or disability, provided that; Parents or carergivers seeking enrolment for their child/children undertake to support,

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JOINING THE FIGHT This Thursday, Tenison Woods College will be hosting its own ‘Big Freeze’ event to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease (MND). A number of students, staff and community members will brave the cold and plunge into an icy pool of water in the Barrie Holmes Stadium. The event coincides with the annual Tenison Woods College Charity Day, which was initiated last year by 2018 College Captains Evangelia Wichmann and Daniel Ker. The day aims to raise money for local charities, with Reception – Year 12 students participating in fun activities and games over the course of the school day. The Big Freeze will kick start Charity Day at 9am, with 14 staff and students from Tenison Woods College volunteering to take the plunge, including principal David Mezinec. “It is fantastic to see students committed to supporting such an important cause,” Mr Mezinec said. “I’m looking forward to being involved in what will be a rewarding and entertaining event, raising critical funds to help find a cure for MND.” There are also 11 members of the Mount Gambier community who have signed up to brave the freezing cold water for the cause, including a number of Pioneer basketball players, Mitchell and Michael from Hit96.1 and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell. Expect to see some creative outfits, with participants encouraged to dress up in a costume of their choice.

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The stadium will be buzzing with excitement, as students of all ages witness the spectacle. Health and physical education teacher and Year 9 wellbeing coordinator at the college Brad Maney instigated the idea to host the Big Freeze at Tenison Woods College. “I have been looking at different ways to encourage student leadership and it became evident to me that Neale Daniher and the annual Big Freeze at the MCG really resonated with our Year 9 male cohort ,” Mr Maney said. “Bringing the Big Freeze to our College has given students a sense of ownership and satisfaction and has been a great way to raise further awareness of MND.” Students have been involved in collecting donations, promoting the event and will help with the setup on the day. A group of Year 9 and 10 boys have also been assisting with the build of the slide for the pool. Mr Maney said the support of

not only the college, but the Mount Gambier community had been astounding and he hoped the Big Freeze could become an annual event at the college. Students have set up an online donations page with a target of $1000, which with some generous contributions has already been exceeded. Cash donations will also be accepted at the event. If you would like to donate, you can do so at the following link: https://supportfightmnd.everydayhero.com/au/ tenison-woods-college-big-freeze Alternatively, you can contact the College on (08)8725 5455 or bring donations to the Barrie Holmes Stadium this Thursday from 9-10am. Above - Principal David Mezinec, school captains Emily Turley & James Lucas, health and physical education teacher and Year 9 wellbeing coordinator Brad Maney and HPSP basketball coach & Pioneers captain Tom Daly.

Fresh from celebrating eight years and more than 2500 shows headlining on the Las Vegas strip, the Australian Bee Gees Show will be heading Down Under for the Australian leg of their 2019 The Bee Gees Story world tour. This new show will be presented in two parts and feature all of the hits in a nostalgic trip down memory lane in a multimedia concert event. The video component of the show has been completely reworked with a brand new script to help to tell the story of the amazing career of the Brothers Gibb. The Australian Bee Gees Show is currently performing at The Excalibur Hotel and Casino and has been in residence for the past eight years. The Australian Bee Gees Show was recently voted Best Tribute Show in Las Vegas by the prestigious Las Vegas Review Journal and has made the top 10 in the Overall Best Show category, an amazing achievement in Las Vegas.

They were also honoured to receive the coveted Entertainer of the Year award for 2015 at the prestigious Win Win Headliners Bash. The Australian Bee Gees show was also the first Australian band to perform 1000 shows headlining on the Famous Las Vegas Strip and with 2250 shows already under their belt they are looking forward to continued success in Sin City. After 21 years on the world stage and more than 7000 performances in more than 60 countries, The Australian Bee Gees Show has evolved to become the definitive live celebration of the wonderful music written by the Brothers Gibb. From their first shows in 1996, The Australian Bee Gees Show has conquered Las Vegas and has played to capacity houses around the world, cementing their reputation as an exceptional live concert act and the world’s leading Bee Gees Show. For one night only be a part of the magic that is, The Australian Bee Gees Show. MOUNT GAMBIER SHOW Sunday, August 25 Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre www.helpmanntheatre.com.au (08)8723 8741 TESTIMONIALS “There you have The Australian Bee Gees Show, very talented, nice, funny guys who just happen to look and sound a lot like three extraordinarily talented brothers whom we love. In my opinion they are the best Bee Gees tribute in the world!”-TERRI BRIDGE, PRESIDENT OF THE BEE GEES OFFICIAL FAN CLUB, USA. “Showgoers at one of this band’s shows get a lot more than a few disco songs, The Australian Bee Gees Show capture the very essence of the original Bee Gees” – NINA KING, LAS VEGAS MAGAZINE “Tribute bands are now a recognised ingredient of the entertainment scene but new arrival, The Australian Bee Gees Show is a cut above the rest.” – NATALIE ANGLESEY – THE STAGE, UK

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The former Target building on Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier, has been demolished in the past few weeks and is being cleared to make way for the new Coles supermarket development to begin. During the works a foundation stone was salvaged, underneath which a time capsule and an additional historical stone were uncovered. GLG Developments building contractors Lanskey Constructions found more than they bargained for when they removed the red dolomite foundation stone formerly located on the western side of the Target building. The stone was originally laid to commemorate the opening of Mount Gambier’s first power station by Mayor of the day C Spehr on 6 March 1924. Almost 50 years later in April 1973 the foundation stone was salvaged when the electricity supply buildings were demolished and the stone was then incorporated within the former Target store building. Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said contractors also found a cairn behind the stone which contained a glass time capsule. “From what we can piece together from historical newspaper reports, the

time capsule contains copies of old newspapers and documents associated with the site works in 1924 and 1973 and some coins,” Mayor Martin said. “Council is very excited to receive these significant pieces of history from years gone by and will discuss opening the time capsule to see exactly what it contains in the coming months.” However, mystery surrounds a stone marked ‘Bienvenu’ which was also recovered during demolition on site. “We don’t know how the ‘Bienvenu’ stone which is the French word for ‘welcome’, fits into the story,” Mayor Martin said. “We can only assume that it may have come from a house that may have been on the site during the powerhouse demolition process in 1924. If anyone has further information about this, please do let council know.” Council has negotiated an agreement with developers to preserve the power station foundation stone and reinstall it as part of redevelopment on site. “The Spehr family are particularly keen to see this foundation stone preserved and no doubt are happy to learn that as part of the final approved site plans, it will be laid at the

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internal carpark entry walkway from Ferrers Street and it will incorporate landscaping,” Mayor Martin said. It is expected the Coles supermarket and speciality shops will be open for business in 12 months. A new ALDI store and speciality shops are also being erected on an adjacent property directly to the northeast of the Coles construction site. Above (left) - City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin holds the stone which reads ‘Bienvenu’ the French word for ‘welcome’ and a time capsule found by contractors before the former Target store building was demolished in recent weeks. Above (centre) - A digitised original photograph of the foundation stone being lowered into place by Mayor Spehr in 1924. - Les Hill Historical Collection, Mount Gambier Library. Above (right) - The Mount Gambier power station foundation stone formerly located on the western side of the old Target store building.

Naracoorte High School Year 11 students Marcie Flynn and Jamie Sincock have been chosen to attend the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) to be held January next year in Canberra and Brisbane. Both girls attended the NYSF Rotary selection day held in Ararat recently where they were asked to give an impromptu speech, be a part of a team debate and finally, interviewed by a small panel of judges as part of the process. The National Youth Science Forum is organised by Rotary Clubs and offers 600 students an on-campus experience at the Australian National University. This 12 day residential program aims at inspiring Australia’s leading young scientists and provides them with the opportunity to visit world class research facilities, meet leading scientists and undertake cutting edge

technology and experiences usually unavailable to the general public. “I heard about NYSF from our Science teacher and a friend who applied for the 2019 forum, Jamie said. “They both highly recommended it, saying that it would be a great opportunity, and after looking into it myself, I couldn’t help but agree. I decided to apply because it is an amazing chance for me to learn about my future options in STEM. Marcie agreed saying she applied for the National Youth Science Forum because she loves all things science. “I’m at a stage in my schooling where I’m open to grabbing any opportunities and exploring everything I can before settling on a career,” she said. “By attending the NYSF I really want to gain a deeper understanding of STEM as a whole.” The program offers the participants insights into where their passion for Science, Technology and Engineering (STEM) might take them. It offers a real-life example of working life, and significantly expands on the “silo” experience of Science and Technology in the school environment. If the students do decide to undertake tertiary study in STEM, they will likely already have connections at their chosen campus anywhere in Australia, which is invaluable. TARPEENA REUNION At the end of 2011, Tarpeena Primary School closed its doors, ending the book on a proud history of education in the small timber town. But one more chapter is set to be written in that story with a school reunion, for anyone who attended or worked at the school, set down for October 5 at the Tarpeena Football Clubrooms. From 2-4.30pm there will be a social get together and then a student roll call from 4.30pm. The celebration dinner will be held at 6.30pm and places are limited with bookings essential. For further information head to the Tarpeena School Reunion facebook page, email tpsreunion2019@gmail. com or call 0407 792 783 for more details.

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - CULTURAL DIFFERENCES FOR THE EDUCATION OF ALL PEOPLE… By ROBBIE TANSEL I probably should warn everyone that the content of this article may offend some people. But if I did that I’d probably need to do it every week. There have certainly been people over the years who have felt that I sink to very low levels with the content of my articles, but even I think I’m going to new levels this week. With that sort of preamble, you’re probably thinking, why are you writing this article then? The simple answer, is the message is just too important not to share. Here goes. As you may be aware, the English are going through a particularly brutal hot spell. We need to keep in mind that the English are different to us. I think it has reached temperatures over thirty and the Poms simply aren’t used to it. In response to a recent incident, a doctor has warned English women not to put icy poles in their vagina as a way of beating the heat. Come on people. It’s a scientific term. Stop giggling. The incident involved a woman who had apparently done so with a blue icy pole and was quite concerned that it had left the area coloured blue and wondered whether it would stay that way.

I’m not even sure where to start with this one. How hot, and how desperate do you have to be to beat the heat, to be looking round your house for a solution and come up with, “I could go to the beach or the local pool, or I could stick an icy pole in my vajayjay.” Quite clearly the English are not used to hot weather if this is the best strategy someone comes up with to beat the heat. My next thought is, do we really need medical practitioners offering opinions about what ladies should and shouldn’t stick down there? I’m happy for you ladies out there to work it out for yourselves. If you think it’s a good idea, give it a go and see what happens. Does the fact I respect a woman’s ability to make a choice about her body mean I’m a feminist now? Seriously, if you don’t know what should and shouldn’t be in there, then you’ve got bigger problems we’ll need to talk about. Here’s another thing worth thinking about. I saw this story on a couple of legitimate news websites last week. Tonight as I tried to find it again, I Googled, “Health warning vagina England” and found articles advising women not to put garlic in there, or parsley, or apple cider vinegar. It seems clear to me ladies, that you need to be really careful what you put in there. Who would have thunk it? I’ve spent my life thinking that I wish I had one myself

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so I could use it to keep my change in. Maybe that’s not a safe thing to put in there afterall and it’s lucky I don’t have one of my own. I really think someone needs to come up with a comprehensive list of what should and shouldn’t go in there. The other big concern I have is that I’ve been using a strategy to deal with the opposite issue that we have here in Mount Gambier. Let me explain. In Mount Gambier, we are in the middle of another bitterly cold Winter. To try to beat the cold, I warm up a Chiko roll, and sticky tape it to my old fella like a splint. Is someone able to offer me a medical opinion as to whether this may cause health issues for me? Or would it possibly be better to use a sausage roll?

What else do we not know and need health warnings on? Are there things that shouldn’t be put in our mouths? Should we avoid putting power tools in our ears? I’m paralysed with fear that I’m putting something in one of my orifices that a doctor would think is actually not good for my health. The problem with common sense is it’s not that common. Anyway, stay safe ladies. Putting an icy pole in there might be an effective short term solution, but I think you’d just be better off buying a fan. Email me at robbietansel@gmail. com if you’d like me to send an official apology, or if you’d like my opinions on items that are suitable for your various areas.

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Located within 20 minutes of Mount Gambier the features of this property include: • Total of 117acres on 2 separate titles, fenced into 8 good sized paddocks each with concrete troughs • Productive Brown & Red loams over limestone • Steel &Timber cattle yards complete with ramp & crush • Quality fencing consisting of 6 plain and 2 Barb wire • Water supplied via 2 windmills • 2 Hay or Machinery sheds • Hay, Silage & crops can also be produced Inspection via appointment. In conjunction with Green Triangle Livestock.

Total of 380-acres located in the well renowned Pleasant Park area. Ideal grazing property currently fattening cattle and lambs. Previously leased for potatoes utilising existing irrigation bore. Steel cattle yards with ramp and laneway. Crutching shed and concrete floored Hut both with power. Stock water supplied via bores and 3 windmills. Highly productive Sandy loam soil. Small area of scrub providing shelter and firewood. Ideal mixed farming opportunity. Inspection by appointment.

BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING AUGUST 30TH 2019, 1PM

AUCTION 23/8/19 @11AM- COMMODORE ON THE PARK

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BRETT EXELBY

LAUREN DUNCAN

DAMIAN VENN

ALISTAIR COONAN

CATHERINE MILES

DANIELLE JOHNSTON

DANICA STERK

0458 548 756

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

0422 156 363

08 8726 4400

08 8726 4400

08 8726 4400

9 Bay Road, Mo un t Ga m bi e r

mtg a mb i e r@ e ld e rs . com.au RLA 62833


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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

87 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

NEW 25 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

$350,000

Open

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

NEW PRICE 5 DERWENT CRT, MT GAMBIER

$239,000

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SATURDAY 9.30-10.00

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Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

- If location is important to you, then this beauty should be high on your list! - Solid stone family home containing 3 carpeted bedrooms, all with built-in robes - Separate lounge with timber floors plus separate dining room with brand new tiled flooring - Light and bright kitchen/family room also with brand new tiled floor in the kitchen area

- The perfect property for first home buyers, downsizers or families - Offering 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s plus main with ensuite - Newly renovated kitchen, two living areas, freshly painted interior and new flooring - Outside features include two garden sheds, double carport, low maintenance gardens and a fully paved under cover entertaining area

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Abby 0419 673 350 3

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NEW PRICE 15 ILLAWONG DR, MT GAMBIER

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33 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER

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NEW > AFFORDABLE FAMILY LIVING Immaculate family home, conveniently located, just a short walk from St Martin’s Lutheran College. Offering a low maintenance lifestyle the home boasts a freshly painted interior and includes four bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, two additional bedrooms with BIR’s, spacious tiled kitchen / dining / living area with electric cooking and plenty of cupboard space, light filled lounge room and neutral bathroom with shower, bath & vanity plus separate toilet and laundry. Outside a beautiful paved pergola area is the perfect space for entertaining family & friends. A single lock up garage plus additional single carport UMR both offer remote entry panel lift doors. The securely fenced yard is flat and low maintenance and adjoins a reserve offering children the perfect place to kick the footy whilst being in full view of the home. So many fantastic features including freshly painted interior, new LED down lights & ceiling fans, s/c wood fire, gas ducted heating, r/c split system air conditioner, watering system, lock up garden shed and edged garden beds. All the hard work is done. A perfect investment property or affordable family home with nothing to do!!

$279,000-$299,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 4/8 WILLIAM ST, MT GAMBIER

$229,000

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

NEW 31 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER

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19 BLACKALL ST, MT GAMBIER BACK ON MARKET

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$249,000-$259,000

- Neat & tidy 3 bedroom home located on the northern side of the city - Inside offers lounge with r/c air conditioner, kitchen /dining with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with separate shower & bath, plus separate laundry & toilet - Outside offers a huge elevated deck, securely fenced rear yard, under house storage and rear yard access

- Beautifully presented stone home on the western side of the city - Offering 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and single carport UMR - Two living areas include a stunning renovated kitchen/dining space including island bench, electric cooking, dishwasher and r/c air conditioning - Huge lounge/family room with cosy wood fire - Private paved pergola/fernery with drive through access to the backyard

Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

12 NORTH NELSON RD, NELSON BACK ON MARKET

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21 HILLTOP AVE, MT GAMBIER

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GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY OR 1ST HOME - Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, ready for the first home buyer or investor - Features include main bedroom with WI robe & en-suite, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s, galley kitchen with WI pantry, 2 living areas, r/c air conditioning, plus low maintenance flooring throughout Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 340 YELLS RD, MOORAK 35 ACRES

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- Perfectly designed and positioned on an elevated block to take in the wonderful southerly views. - A spacious and light filled living area providing formal and informal areas to relax and unwind. - The kitchen offers Induction cooktop, electric wall oven, dishwasher and large walk-in pantry - A separate office will provide the perfect space to work without distraction Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 5 2 2

NEW PRICE 83 TOLLNER RD, COMPTON

$179,000

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Located within easy walking distance to the CBD Offered for sale for the 1st time in 40 years 3 BR plus study with cosy formal lounge & galley style kitchen Large open plan dining area with inviting lounge & games room Large solar system, split air con, s/c wood fire, 2 bathrooms & 2 toilets Private rear yard with inviting paved pergola area Great property, great location, call today to avoid disappointment

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

NEW PRICE 20 HAYES CRES, MT GAMBIER BACK ON MARKET

SATURDAY 11.30-11.50

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- City lights and Blue Lake beauty with a living area with views that rival the best - Roomy bedrooms, a charming bathroom, study or fourth bedroom and a kitchen that’s quaint and cute - Extras include slow combustion wood fire, r/c air conditioning, French doors, huge 3 bay shed and front and rear property access

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- 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

16 KAIN ST, MT GAMBIER

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- Rear unit within close proximity to Rail Land precinct, Centro Shopping Centre and CBD - Offering two bedrooms both with BIRs, main bedroom with access to two-way bathroom with separate shower and bath - Light filled, open plan living area with a delightful northerly aspect offering gas heating and reverse cycle split system air conditioning - Practical kitchen with electric cooking and plenty of cupboards

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- Appealing brick & tile 3 bedroom home with huge shedding - All bedrooms have new carpets and the master contains floor to ceiling robes - Offering a separate carpeted lounge room with split system a/c plus kitchen/dining area with gas cooking, dishwasher and timber flooring - Renovated bathroom with new shower and modern tiles

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Sara 0438 708 281 or Sharne 0400 069 209

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$149,000

- This wonderful property offers space and style, providing family living at its best - Featuring 3 bedrooms, including master bedroom & BR 2 with built in robes - Spacious games room at the rear of the home could also double as a 4th bedroom if desired - Centrally positioned renovated bathroom with separate shower and freestanding bath Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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- Situated on an elevated block with breathtaking views over the river mouth and sea - Original timber framed cottage consisting of 4 bedrooms with a central kitchen/dining area - Southerly facing living room offering a s/c wood fire and r/c air conditioning - Large 1096m2 allotment offering rear yard access, new equipped bore, rain water, garden shed, double carport & lovely native garden

LITTLE BLISS CAFE - Well established Café & Espresso Bar - Fantastic location in the CBD with great exposure - Excellent figures with scope for more business - Fully functioning kitchen ideal for outside catering - Impressive plant & equipment list included - Recent new fit out to the highest of quality

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- Large 4063m2 vacant allotment, ready for building your new home (S.TC.A.) - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land with a wide road frontage - Services available at front of allotment - Start designing you new home & ring your builder today - Great location on the edge of the City Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - Ring your builder today and start planning your dream home Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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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

16 Meredith Street, Nelson

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

7 Eight Mile Creek Road, Port MacDonnell

NEW > 3 BR B&B WITH GREAT FIGURES & SHEDDING

NEW > ONE OF NELSON’S FINEST

Situated on a large 3762m2 allotment in the crayfish capital Port MacDonnell, is this well visited 4.8 star B&B, offering great figures and the potential for more income. The current floor plan offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with cosy lounge featuring r/c split air-conditioning. Extra income can be achieved by modernising the rear of the home to create a 4th bedroom with a second bathroom. Outside features include an attractive & private colourbond front fencing, carport, plus large shedding at the rear of the property, offering great storage for the perspective purchaser or possible extra income from long term storage. Extras include all furniture with B&B chattels, equipped bore and mains water supply all in a beautiful location on the edge of the township & metres from the beach. Your B&B dream starts here! Enjoy the lifestyle of owning a B&B plus meeting people from all around the world.

Welcome to 16 Meredith Street Nelson, offering 3 elevated allotments with unsurpassed breathtaking views of the estuary, river mouth & the Southern Ocean. Complementing this property is the beautifully presented 5 bedroom home, specifically designed to encompass the amazing outlook. The modern floor plan consists of a well equipped kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space. An open plan dining/lounge offers the relaxing ambience of a slow combustion wood fire and the convenience of r/c air conditioning. The master bedroom offers stunning views of the river. All rooms feature large windows, allowing plenty of natural light, enhancing the enchanting views. Extras include 3 separate titles, main bathroom with corner spa, single car garage UMR, 3 bay colorbond shed on a separate title, equipped bore & rainwater. Lifestyle & location, start living your dream today, phone Sara O’Connor or Al Lamond for your private inspection of this remarkable property. Expressions of Interest close on Friday the 20th of September 2019 by 12 noon at the office of Key2sale Real Estate 32 Bay Road, Mount Gambier.

Expressions Of Interest Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 NEW 8/101 JUBILEE HWY EAST, MT GAMBIER $125,000

INVESTOR ALERT! - Solid built brick and tile unit situated within walking distance of Woolworths and major shopping & dining precincts - Lounge with brand new split system, spacious kitchen/dining area with electric cooking, main bedroom with BIR, bathroom with shower & bath - Brand new day/night blinds on the western windows Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Abby 0419 673 350 2 1 1

NEW PRICE 26 YAHL MAIN RD, YAHL

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

$525,000

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P.O.A. Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

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- Attention first home buyers and downsizers - 3 bedroom stone home offering 2 living areas - Freshly painted exterior with beautifully presented low maintenance gardens - Polished timber floors, updated electrics - Add your own finishing touches to make it truly your own Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

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NEW PRICE 5 ORCHARD RD, MOORAK $445,000-$455,000 2.5 ACRES

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NEW PRICE 98 CROUCH ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER $279,000

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

68 BUCK RD, MOORAK 5 ACRES

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NEW 8 WINFIELD CRT, MT GAMBIER $220,000-$230,000

- Spacious and solid family home positioned within a short stroll to the famous Blue Lake - Offering 3 carpeted bedrooms all with built-in robes - 1950’s dine in kitchen with walk-in pantry overlooking the large family room with r/c split system a/c - Huge lounge room with gas heating and large windows with views of both front and rear yards 3

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Delightful courtyard style brick and tile home in immaculate condition 3 Bedrooms all with built in robes Open plan kitchen / meals / living plus gas heated lounge room Single car garage with remote entry Perfect for couples, retirees, singles or investors Faultless presentation! In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate 3

10 CHURCH ST, YAHL 5 ACRES

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- 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

- Charming country lifestyle property 5 minutes’ drive from the CBD - Located on 2.5 acres in the sought after Moorak district - Country kitchen with WI pantry, formal lounge and family room - Huge outdoor entertaining area with sweeping southerly views - Large detached games room with extra toilet and double carport

- Hamptons inspired 3 bedroom home, main with ensuite & WIR - Open plan living with r/c split system air conditioning & gas log heating. - Stylish kitchen featuring electric cooktop, dual oven, soft closing drawers, butlers pantry offering extra preparation space • Main bathroom with luxuriously deep bath and separate shower and modern fittings • Double garage with r/c door and internal access

- Situated on 5 acres of land is this original stone home, ready for renovating in a beautiful private country setting - Offering 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining area with gas cooking, dishwasher & large pantry - Outside features include a carport adjoining the home, numerous small garden/implement sheds, including large 20m x 6m iron shed offering power & concrete

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW PRICE 103 MEYLIN ST, PORT MACDONNELL $495,000-$515,000

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- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop - Flexible design allowing potential for dual occupancy – the perfect property to Air BnB (STCA)

- 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

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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271A PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $479,000-$499,000

- Impressive two storey, 4 bedroom home with outstanding views of the Southern Ocean - Appealing modern kitchen, features island bench, walk-in pantry, electric cooking and dishwasher - Master bedroom features walk-in robe and ensuite with double shower, vanity and toilet - The home is supplied by 3 rainwater tanks plus equipped bore, supplying the gardens & toilets Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 3 3

54 CARPENTER ROCKS RD, CARPENTER ROCKS

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- Exceptionally large seaside home boasting huge living areas and loads of shedding • 4 bedrooms with BIRs plus kitchen/meals with electric cooking. • Large lounge plus huge games room with bar and s/c wood heating • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Loads of shedding including single stone garage with workshop Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 18 Kookaburra Court

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42 Brolga Street

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2 Hawk Place

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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 9.00 - 9.30 stroll away. Exceptional!

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Cute and charming bungalow style home located right in the heart of the town. Four bedrooms, formal lounge, OPEN updated bathroom, SAT second living space or 9.00 - 9.30 formal dining room.

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304 Wehl Street North

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16 Dalkeith Drive

$296,500

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12 Callahan Place

9 Turnbull Drive

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Nestled on a superb elevated corner allotment to take advantage of the stunning views is this very appealing ranch style family home, OPEN located in the popular SAT Birdsville area – Be 9.30 - 10.00 Quick!

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21 McGregor Street

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Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular Birdsville area close OPEN to schools and local SAT shopping. An absolute 9.45 - 10.15 must to inspect!

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Live the high life in this elevated stylish property with gorgeous views. If size matters then this big beautiful home will OPEN tick all the boxes. SAT Fantastic shedding/ 10.30 - 11.00 storage on offer.

75 Bay Road

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/ 11.15 - 11.45 workshop.

20 Patricia Court

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An absolute stunner of a home. Boasting solid construction, massive rooms, protected rear entertaining area OPEN plus access to rear SAT yard. Get ready to be 10.15- 10.45 impressed.

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Deceptively spacious family home offering a stunning Northern outlook. Large living areas & bedroom sizes. Large block over 1,000m2 and OPEN rear access. Located close SAT to quality schools. The wait 11.00 - 11.30 is over!

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 OPEN to the City centre, bring the Van - an abundance SAT of shedding is also on offer 11.00 - 11.30 – inspect ASAP!

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11 Lorikeet Street

Popular torrens title home, solid construction and immaculate presentation. Cul-de-sac location and only minutes to the OPEN city centre. Absolute quality - Vendors keen to SAT sell! In conjunction with 10.15- 10.45 Key2sale.

46 Harrald Street

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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 9.45 - 10.15 separate retreat and bathroom.

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Charming 1920’s bungalow – proudly positioned on ever popular Bay Road. Loaded with character this home will appeal as is or those looking to improve. Near new OPEN shedding and rear yard access – over 1,250m2 SAT block. Don’t miss this 11.45 - 12.15 opportunity!

6 Birdwood Avenue

2/56 Brownes Road

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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.

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The ultimate entertainer – A quality home & BIG on space. Boasting three generous living areas, gourmet kitchen, huge outdoor entertaining & low maintenance self cleaning pool. Perfectly located for elevated sweeping views, no stone has been left unturned.

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

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

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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.

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

10 Cardinia Street

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1/4 Coolabah Street

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12 Hanson Street

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Avail 9/08/19 $210 per week

45B Sassanowsky Road

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2/17 Heriot Street

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24 Heriot St

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13 Ewens Court

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3 Warrick Close

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45B Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

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12 Hanson Street

3 Warrick Close

Avail 9/08/19 3 1 1 $210 pw • Three bedroom stone home • Lounge with gas heating • Kitchen/Dine with gas cooking • Single Garage detached • Good sized yard fully enclosed • Close to school & shops • No pets ** INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

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• Close to schools • Gorgeous quality 2 pak kitchen/meals zone • Massive casual family area • 4 bedrooms main with ensuite & study • Double garage UMR, store room * Ducted gas central heating & security • Entertaining area • Access rear yard & further shedding • Pets Neg **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

Avail Now 2 1 1 $250 pw • Two bedrooms, both with built-in robes • Open kitchen/dine/lounge area with electric cooking, r/c air conditioner & electric heating • Garage under main roof • Paved rear yard • Close to shopping, eateries and rail lands • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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

Contact our office today to view our current properties or find us on Facebook

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$240,000

$475,000 to $495,000

Ideal investment opportunity in an excellent central location securely leased at $22,426 per annum +GST. Add to your super portfolio –won’t find better!

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.

1/11 Millard Street

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$139,500

Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer.

5 Bond Street

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1/8 Helen Street

20 Cobblestone Court

$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.

4/69 Bay Road

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5 Graney Court

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14 Houston Drive

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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 colorbond shed. Screaming quality everywhere you look, simply special!

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$335,000

The perfect family home on a generous corner allotment on the western side of the city in the Hospital & Tafe precinct. Immaculate inside and out – Do not delay your inspection.

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2/20 Brigalow Crescent

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$175,000

A very spacious unit positioned on a quiet street and close to absolutely everything – only a short walk to the City Centre, currently leased – inspection is a must!

41 Canavan Road

1 Melleray Court OB Flat

$159,500

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$289,500

This superbly renovated home oozes charm & style, gleaming timber floors, crisp modern decore and immaculate presentation. This stunner is an absolute must see!

23 Percy St / 12-14 Alexander St

$499,950

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.

5 Peters Street

5 Ralston Road

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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.

41 Cutting Court, Worrolong

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Positioned in a beautiful tree lined cul-desac, offering three spacious bedrooms, three way bathroom, light filled kitchen/living/ dining area, spacious formal lounge, 5kw solar system, huge undercover entertaining area – be quick!

$569,500

26 King Grove

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$595,000

Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms, office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available. A magnitude of opportunity presents itself.

9 Kooringa Street

6-101 Jubilee Hwy East

REDUCED $175,000

$650,000

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.

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

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RENTALS 1/4 Coolabah Street

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$249,500

Great for the growing family, cul de sac location, detached family room/ extra accommodation for the extended family, phone for your inspection.

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$199,500

A well maintained & renovated home fit for a family. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & great shedding. Fresh paint & floor coverings. A smart investment.

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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!

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

2B Helen Street

2/2 James Street

78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

1 /2 James Street 2/2 James Street

Avail Now 2 1 1 $200 pw • 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes • Open plan kitchen/dining area with electric cooking • Spacious lounge room with gas wall heater • Bathroom with separate bath • Single car garage • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

23-25 Commercial Street West 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 2B Helen Street

Avail Now

Avail Now

Avail Now

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

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

• Approximately 215 metres square • 4 offices plus conference room • Flexible floor plan to suit your requirements easily separated into 2 offices • Front reception area, open space, two kitchenettes, two toilets • Front and rear access to building, 3 car sparking spaces • Separate filing room • Ducted electric heating/cooling system

• Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout, 177 sqm floor area • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Long term lease available • POA

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Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 50 NEECHY FLAT RD, KONGORONG

278 DUCKHOLE FLAT RD, GERMAN FLAT

ESTATE OF M.R MCLEAN  BOTH PROPERTIES TO BE AUCTIONED ON FRI SEP 20TH AT THE KONGORONG FOOTBALL CLUB 11AM 177 ACRES OF PRIME KONGORONG GRAZING LAND – Fenced into 10 main paddocks with electric boundary and internal fencing, watered by 3 windmills, teel cale yards, hay shed – 15m long x 9.3m deep Implement shed, 54m x 9.8 deep original turkey shed – The large stone home offers 3 bedrooms main with Built in robes, kitchen with walk in pantry, lounge with gas heang, office, spacious bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, large laundry area, separate toilet and a spacious built on sunroom / sleep out or sing area with slow combuson wood heang. The home also offers a large 1 ½ car garage with a remote roller door and internal access, has been recently occupied and with a lile TLC and some renovaons you will have your dream family home on 177 acres. Contact Chris Manser on 0417 414 127 to inspect this property.

313 Acres of grazing land – 8 main paddocks – 2 stand shearing shed and yards – Implement shed – Solar panels – This property is set in a secluded locaon with views of Lake Bonney and offers a 3 bedroom stone home that has been unoccupied for many years and is in need of renovaon. To inspect this property contact Chris Manser on 0417 414 127

9 DUIGAN STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

UNIT 2/1 WILLIAM STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

OFFERS INVITED

OPEN

OPEN

SUNDAY 10.30-11.00AM

SUNDAY 11.15-11.45AM

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$305,000 SOLID FAMILY HOME IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION – Stone family home is situated on a large 1027m2 allotment – 4 Bedrooms, an updated main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity with an extra shower and toilet in the laundry area. – Large open plan lounge and dining area with mber floorboards throughout

21 TURNBULL DRV, WORROLONG

$519,000

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– 4 bedroom home on 1 acre, main with WIR & sizable ensuite, spacious open plan living, mber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & WIP. Main bathroom, large laundry with built ins, dedicated office & ducted R/C A/C – Double car garage, entertaining area, established gardens & rear yard access

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– The large rear yard offers room for the kids to play, double car garage with cement and power, undercover entertaining area and another room that would make the perfect rumpus/ games room, sleep out or teenagers retreat – A fantasc family home or investment property.

1 PARK STREET, MT GAMBIER

$465,000

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– Located within walking distance to the CBD, open plan spacious living, 4 bedrooms, main with BIR and ensuite, modern Kitchen with gas cooking, breakfast bar & dishwasher. – 3 living spaces inside the home, ducted heang, a detached fully equipped granny flat, enclosed rear deck with electric blinds, carport with remote roller door, low maintenance yard & work shop.

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$199,000 CENTRAL & SPACIOUS – Two double bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom with shower and vanity, large laundry area with built in cupboards – Spacious mber kitchen, electric cooking, ample cupboard space and room for dining

11 HANSON STREET, MT GAMBIER

$169,000

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ATTENTION ALL INVESTORS & FIRST HOME BUYERS

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– Stone home on 811m2 – Large lounge, gas heang, dine-in kitchen with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with shower over the bath and separate toilet, rear sunroom, secure rear yard & a double carport – Fantasc first home or investment currently leased at $190/week on periodic lease

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– Low maintenance raised garden beds, private rear yard, storage shed and garden shed – Funconal floorplan and very well maintained

57 KENNEDY AVE, MT GAMBIER

$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING

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– Generous sized kitchen with butler’s pantry, open plan living areas with wood fire and R/C A/C – Ground floor includes 2 offices, foyer, 2 bedrooms (one with ensuite and study), laundry and alfresco dining. Second floor offes three bedrooms, all with ensuites and robes – Bitumen roundabout driveaway, ample garage space, pergola and swimming pool


Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 667/668 BONES ROAD, EIGHT MILE CREEK NE W

79 STRINGY BARK ROAD, BURRUNGULE

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY FRI 30TH AUGUST 2019 AT 1PM PRIME GRAZING LAND Property Features Include: – 117 Acres across two Titles – Producve brown & Red Loams over limestone – Centrally located Steel & Timber Cale yards complete with ramp & crush – Fenced into 8 good sized paddocks each with concrete troughs – Quality fencing consisng of 6 plain & 2 barbed wire

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Water supplied via 2 windmills. 2 Hay or machinery sheds Hay, silage & crops can also be produced Road frontage to both Bones Road and Wale Lane Don’t miss out on a fantasc opportunity to purchase a quality faening or turn out block just 20 minutes from Mount Gambier – Inspecon via appointment contact Garth Manser on 0417 071 180 In conjuncon with Elders Real Estate

TO BE AUCTIONED ON SITE AT 11AM FRIDAY 16TH AUGUST 2019 IF NOT SOLD PRIOR – Spacious limestone home, tastefully renovated to combine country style living with modern fixtures and fings – New kitchen, electric cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, walk-in pantry, overlooking dining area – Lounge heated with wood fire, with heat shiers warming the rest of the home – Four bedrooms, main with built in robe

21590 RIDDOCH HIGHWAY, MOORAK

$690,000

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– Main bathroom offers separate vanity area, separate toilet, shower and bath and situated adjacent the large laundry area – Other features include slow combuson wood heang, R/C AC, open fire in the formal lounge, undercover outdoor entertaining, 6 bay - 60 x 30 high clearance shed, double car garage, 21 panel solar system, 3 phase power, equipped bore, solar hot water service, established gardens, 6m x 2.5m hothouse and woodlot

$259,000 AIR BNB OR PRIVATE SANCTUARY – This stylishly designed, 6star energy rated beach home offers many opportunies. Have your own sanctuary and escape for weekends and holidays, rere and reside in a spectacular seaside locaon or lease out as an amazing Airbnb. – Features of the home include gas cook top & electric oven, a double sink & a new stainless steel dishwasher, 2 good

LOT 12 GLENELG RIVER ROAD, OB FLAT

$169,000

LAND

– Picturesque 2.5 acre alloment on the outskirts of Mt Gambier just minutes from the city, river and sea – Rural fencing and established trees on boundary – Power connected – Build the lifestyle home you’ve been dreaming of (STCA) – Contact Brooke Stephenson today on 0424 943 991

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18 CAPE DOUGLAS ROAD, CAPE DOUGLAS

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SPACIOUS HOME WITH ACREAGE & SUPERB SHEDDING – Remarkable family home located on approx 15 acres – Spacious mber kitchen, electric cooking, walk- in pantry, ample cupboard space and a large breakfast bar overlooking the dining and lounge areas – Four bedrooms or three and a study, main bedroom with WIR, ensuite and a its sing / lounge area

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– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet. Laundry includes separate toilet and shower room – 5,000 gallon rain water tank plumbed to house – 136 acres fenced into 11 paddocks with established pastures – Cale yards, shearing shed, yards, piggery, ample shedding, fully equipped bore and a 11,315kL water allocaon

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sized bedrooms & a two way bathroom / laundry complete the home, 5,000 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home, undercover carport, 2 paved outdoor living areas and a shed with cement and power – Inspect this property today to truly appreciate the locaon, the stylish and smart design and the peaceful surroundings.

16 CORAL COVE, PORT MACDONNELL

GREEN TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE specialise in residenal sales, rural sales and property management . For all of your real estate needs contact our friendly team today.

Ph: 8723 6866

$87,500

LAND

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME BY THE SEA – An opportunity to build your dream home, weekender or even holiday accomodaon in an excing new subdivision in Port MacDonnell “Seafarers Way”. – This large leven 800m2 (approx) allotment has power, water and sheds connected and is located within walking distance from the sea front.

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

$349,000  $369,000 EACH LUXURIOUS UNITS IN PRIME LOCATION – Two luxurious, conveniently located units offering the purchaser a variety of possibilies – Both units are currently set on one Title with separate ulity meters. Purchase as one Title or negoate the sale of one unit on its own Community Title

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– Unit 1 & 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms – Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heang, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens – Unit 1 currently being ulised as an AirBnB with steady bookings throughout the year

WATER FOR SALE

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Contact our office on 8723 6866

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MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 and 75 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

malseeds.com.au 6 Colonel Light Place, Mt Gambier $429,000-$439,000

10 Marngo Place, Mount Gambier

$339,000

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15AM

SATURDAY 9.30-10.00AM

2 Mosswood Close, Mount Gambier

$219,000

• Lovely large living area with slow combuson fire, a ceiling fan and walk through to the kitchen and dining • The gully kitchen features electric cooking, dishwasher and great storage • The dining includes a split system and french doors opening up to the private courtyard. • All bedrooms are of generous sizing with bedrooms 1 & 2 having built in wardrobes. • Electric gates and bitumen driveway lead all the way up to the 3 bay car colourbond shed.

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

63 Blockers Lane, OB Flat

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OPEN

SUNDAY 2.00-2.45PM

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Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

79 North Terrace, Mount Gambier

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$350,000-$385,000

• This home is in need of restoraon and offers a great large rear lounge/games room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 living areas.

OPEN

SUNDAY 3.15-3.45PM

• Loads of shedding, fenced paddocks & orchard.

• Open plan family, dining area with mber kitchen featuring large pantry, dishwasher, electric cooktop and oven. • Slow combuson fire place • Second living area

• Beauful quite locaon on a no through road.

• Master bedroom with WIR and ensuite

• Approx. 5 Acres in the lovely area of OB Flat only 10km away from the heart of Mount Gambier.

• 2 other bedrooms have built in robes • Fourth bedroom could also be used as another living area or games room. • Double garage with internal access • Outdoor under cover entertaining area

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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$285,000 S RE 2 N TAG LE OW E AS ED

36 Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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19 Kookaburra Court, Mt Gambier $380,000-$390,000

6 Hill Crescent, Mt Gambier

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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$439,000

CENTENARY VIEW ESTATE COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENTS Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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Minimum 5000m2. Less than 5km from centre of Mt Gambier Register your interest NOW. Call Wendy 0468 692 993

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58 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

AFFORDABLE HOMES  GREAT STARTERS 18 Birdwood Avenue, Mt Gambier REDUCED $199,000

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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22 Riddoch Highway Tarpeena

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$169,950

26 Stafford St, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$160,000

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30/184 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier

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$225,000

2 Cockburn Street, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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$495,000

$210,000-$220,000

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1 Allawah Street, Mount Gambier $200,000-$220,000

OPEN

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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RENTAL OF THE WEEK 80 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier

$380 P/W

SATURDAY 10.15-10.30AM

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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

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10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier enquiries@vickiquinnrealestate.com.au www.vickiquinnrealestate.com.au Follow us on 8 LERAY AVENUE

$225,000 3

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RLA 204710

12 JARDINE STREET

$549,000

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OPEN

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15AM

AN IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT

CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH

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.

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

40 WEHL STREET NORTH

$369,000 4

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12 LOCKE STREET

$259,500

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SATURDAY 10.00-10.30AM

1930’S BUNGALOW IN PRIME LOCATION

VEHICLE ACCESS TO REAR SHEDDING

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.

Centrally located 3 bedroom home with valuable rear yard access. Built in robes to all 3 bedrooms. New carpet and painted throughout. Renovated kitchen with gas gourmet cooker. Neat bathroom with near new vanity. Split system reverse cycle heating/ cooling. Rear shedding with power, a pit and airline ideal for the motor enthusiast. Simply move in and enjoy.

24 HEATH STREET

$225,000 3

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36 STILES STREET

$449,000

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A SOLID STARTER

IDEAL FOR THE FAMILY WITH ROOM TO MOVE

3 Bedroom spacious brick and tile home located in the North West area of the city. Built in robes in bedrooms 1 and 2. Large Lounge with the choice of wood or ambient gas log heating, open plan kitchen/dining renovated 2 pak kitchen with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Freshly painted bathroom, ideal kids games room, good size rear yard with an undercover entertaining area and carport under main roof. Recently polished floor boards this property ticks a lot of boxes.

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.

25/184 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST PRICED TO SELL

$143,000 2

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2/1 DANIEL STREET

$138,000 2

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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY – ALL OFFERS INVITED 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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24/184 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST LEASED AT $280 P/W

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10/48 Lake eT Terrace errace eE East ast LEASED 1 1 3 1/3 Arbor Street 1 1 2 27C Hart Street 3 1 1 (Fully furnished) 41 Ferrers Street 4 2 2 4 Ellis Street 2 2 3

Avail Now $160pw A vail N ow $ Avail Now $220pw Avail Avail Now Now $215pw Avail 30.8.19 $235pw

Avail 9.8.19 $265pw

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

Vicki Quinn is pleased to offer for sale this very affordable weatherboard property. Completely renovated throughout, there is really nothing to do here. 3 bedrooms all freshly painted, modern bathroom with separate shower/bath/toilet. Renovated kitchen with gas cooking, new floor coverings throughout, offering reverse cycle heating/cooling. Freshly painted exterior, north facing entertaining deck, New roof and double carport plus rear shedding. Just move in and enjoy.

1/99 Sturt Street tre eet

56 Brownes ess Road Road

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Avail Avail 9.5.19 9.5 5.119 $185pw $1

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237 Yahl Main in nR Road oad 2

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4/10 William mS Street t re e t 3 1 1 2

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5 Creek St Street t re e t Avail Now $550pw

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MODERN COURTYARD HOME – OFFERS INVITED

1/7 Lake Terrace a ce E East ast Avail 8.8.19 $410pw

$227,000

OFFERS CONSIDERED

This affordable two bedroom home offers a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the first home buyers or investors.

RENTALS 71A Gray Steet 1 1 1 (Partly furnished) rescent 2 Barwon C Crescent LEASED 1 1 3

44 DULKARA AVENUE

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58 Acacia Street 3 1 2

LEASED

4 Avail Avail 3.5.19 3.5 5.119 $195pw $1

Avail Avail 12.6.19 12.6 6.19 9 $200pw $20

LEASED LEASED

RENTAL OF THE WEEK 1

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17 Gwendoline Street olline S t re e t 3 2 2

Avail Availl Now Now $240pw $24 40pw

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40 Elizabeth Street 3

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LEASED

Avail Availl Now Now $330pw $ Avail Now $360pw A vaill N ow $

(F (Fully F ll ffurnished) i h )

Avail Avail Now Now $210pw $2

Avail 30.8.19 $275pw

LEASED

2002/7 Lake Terrace West ak ke T errace W est es est 2

4 ELLIS STREET

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40 Wehl Street tre eet N North orth 4 2 2 3

UNDER APPLICATION

Avail 10.7.19 10.77.119 $300pw $ LEASED Avail

LEASED LEASED LEASED

Avail $365pw A vail 77.1.19 .1.119 $ Avail Availl 30.6.19 30.6 6.119 $395pw Avail Availl Now Now $450pw $

Available 09.08.19 @ $265 p/wk 3

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

0418 854 393

7 MOSSWOOD COURT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

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

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

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

IDEAL FOR THE FIRST HOME OWNER $226,000 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 under main roof with rear yard access.

DREAM, HOME AND LAND PACKAGE $429,500 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, with veiws over parklands. Designed for easy living and low maintenance. High ceilings.

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 to a home. Resort style bathrooms.

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME $345,000 Ideal for the larger family with 4 bedrooms and office 3 living areas plus 2 bathrooms. Located in a quite cul-desac with parklands and playgrounds only a stones throw away. Brick home in good condition inside and out. Split system airconditioning, open kitchen meals family room.

5 OAKLAND COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5CAR

CRAFTER ROAD COMPTON

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

2 MARINER COURT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

PERFECT FAMILY HOME $367,500 This home ticks all the boxes, quite cul-de sac, brick and tile, 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms, room for 5 cars a caravan or boat, plus modern open living. A beautiful renovation opening the kitchen meals family area, find a classy kitchen with modern appliances, soft close doors.

EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT $159,000 EACH 6 lifestyle allotments for you to choose from. Measuring in size from 3,734 sq/m to 4,954 sq/m, ideally located only a few hundred metres from mount gambier basket ball stadium, suitable easy building allotments including fencing, character timber entrances and mountain views.

PERFECT CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT $229,500 Inspection will impress of this immaculate 3 bedroom home. Easy care brick construction, easy maintenance yard. Upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher and heaps of cupboards lounge room with electric heating and cooling. Ideal investment property.

EASY LIFESTYLE HOME $389,000 Check out this beautifully presented easy-care executive home. Ideal for the family or baby boomer, looking for easy living but still having enough room for the caravan and family to visit. The home features the best of open living and entertaining. Stunning kitchen.

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

3 MULCAHY COURT GLENBURNIE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

PRESTIGE AT FAIRWAY ESTATES $489,000 Located in the popular fairway estates and just a stones throw away from the prestigious mount gambier attamurra golf course. Open living and entertaining areas are a feature of this home and complemented by raked ceilings, northern aspects and beautiful easy-care gardens.

The perfect home for the family looking for that country lifestyle. Set on a parklike allotment measuring 7100 sq/m and located on the city limits, only a stones throw from blue lake sports park. This architect designed home has features, such as high cathedral ceilings, north facing windows, capturing all the winter sun. Open living kitchen meals family plus computer nook with stunning views.

LIFESTYLE FAMILY LIVING

32 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

$465,000

BRAND NEW AND PERFECT $429,000 Brand new home with view’s of the golf course, will give the new owners the feeling of freedom and enjoyment. Ideal for the busy family, retiree or professional couple. Stunning main bedroom, walk in robe and ensuite. ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, open plan living.

SELL WITH PETER

1/6 HARTLEY STREET MT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 1 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. Ideal for the investor or first home buyer.

With a number of properties under negotiation, properties sold, under contract or settling. I have a large number of buyers who have missed out on properties. These buyers are looking for a variety of homes. If you are thinking of selling, don’t hesitate to give me a call to discuss. I have all the marketing ideas at my disposal, to make sure you as my clients get the best results. Over 25 years in the industry gives you the best and proven person to sell your home. RING PETER DEMPSEY TODAY TO ORGANISE YOUR PROPERTY APPRAISAL TODAY 0418 854 393

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TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

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Method Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a medium non-stick frying pan over mediumhigh heat. Add the sweet potato and cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until softened. Transfer to a large bowl. Add the zucchini, flour, egg, cheese and remaining oil. Season well and stir to combine. Preheat the pie maker. Fill the pie maker holes with sweet potato mixture. Close and cook for 8 minutes or until set. Repeat with the remaining mixture. Serve warm or cold.

CHURCH FUNDRAISING FAIR ON THE HORIZON It is an annual event that raises much needed funds for the Anglican Chuch in Mount Gambier and it is on again Saturday, August 10. Running from 8.30am to 1pm, stalls include plants, craft, books, trash ‘n’ treasure, home baked cakes, produce, fresh fruit & vegetables, jams & pickles, prints & pictures, dolls & bears. There will be a barbecue, devonshire morning tea, with steam train rides, a merry-go-round and outdoor games for the kids, including a jumping castle from 9.45-11.45am. The Bell Tower Op Shop will be open for pre-loved clothing, bric-a-brac, quality china, jewellery, shoes & linen. There will also be a sale in the church shed from 8.30am with items including furniture, including wall units, tables and chairs, as well as wheel rims, mattresses, beds, crockery, glasware, garden tools, bric-a-brac and a range of other household items. The fair is being hosted on the church grounds at 26 Bay Road.

A new gallery exhibition has opened at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex. Coastal Collaboration features multiple artists from the local area, all of which explore different mediums bringing a wide range of art to the local community. Some featured artists include: • International award winning photographer, Alex Window, showcasing his passion for the South Australian Coastline. • Photographic all-rounder Tim Rosenthal, displaying night sky, landscaped and environmental portraits • Well acknowledged artist, Tony Flint, documenting Australian landscapes, history and issues through his acrylic paintings. • Self-taught ‘pine needle’ basket maker and ‘gourd’ carver Jenny Dean exhibiting her love of creating something useful by hand. • Ulla MacRae, bringing nature to life with palm art made from dropped leaves off of an old family palm tree. • Surf culture and ocean inspired, Jeremy Ievins, displaying his surfboard paintings which he has been creating for over 20 years. • Fashion designer Vivienne Jaffer showcasing her stylish products made from natural products through artisan techniques, upcycling and cork fabric. • Local artist of 35 years, Heather McLean, exhibiting water colour, pen and wash, pastel and acrylic paintings and shell mirrors. • Wearable art designer Trudi

Timmermann bringing her own art work and designs to life through printed textiles. • Quilting and craft loving Sue-Ellen Downie displaying “A Little Bit of Quirkiness” through her quilting, felting and material textiles. • Creator of Explore Nelson Victoria Facebook Page Sue Carrison displaying her passion for nature and agriculture photography. • Young Local Kai Ievins showcasing his passion and eye for capturing stunning images of the coast and unique landscapes. Entry to the Coastal Collaboration exhibition is free with access via the Community Complex main entrance. The gallery is open to the public seven days a week during normal Community Complex opening hours which are Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm, Fridays 9am-8pm and weekends 10am-4pm. For More information contact the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on (08)87383000 or email pmcc@dcgrant. sa.gov.au Above (top) - Display by fashion designer Vivienne Jaffer. Above (centre) - Photographer Tim Rosenthal’s Winter Days at the Bay captured at the Port MacDonnell Jetty. Above - Tony Flints acrylic on canvas painting Broken Glass.

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NATIONAL SKATE PROGRAM COMES TO MILLICENT The Australian Skate Park League (SPL) is coming to Millicent Skate Park. Skateboarding clinics will be held on Friday, October 11, and the SPL competition on Saturday, October 12, as a part of the SA League. This league makes up one part of YMCA’s national pathway program that visits skate parks in Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, Nothern Territory, Western Australia and New South Wales. The October 12 competition will see competiros across skate, scooter and BMX disciplines and they will all take place at the skate park. With the addition of skateboarding to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, the series presents as a great opportunity for young skateboard enthusiasts to harness their skill base and progress through a structured national pathway. In addition to the pathway each regional series of the SPL presents opportunities for young people to

gain experiential practical training in skate park event management. The growing network of more than 1450 participants ensures the success and longevity of the SPL, further enriching and celebrating skate park user communities. YMCA in conjunction with VSA (Victorian Skateboarding Association), Skate Australia and participating Local Government Association’s facilitate more than 100 SPL events a year, making up the Australian Skate Park League – the biggest and most established grass roots skateboard, scoot and BMX series in Australia. The Millicent round has been brought to life through a partnership between YMCA SA, Skate Australia and Wattle Range Council. CLINICS Date: Friday, October 11 Time: 10am–3pm Location: Millicent Skate Park, 20 Ridge

Terrace, Millicent COMPETITION Date: Saturday, October 12 Time: 11am–4pm Location: Millicent Skate Park, 20 Ridge Terrace, Millicent

CELEBRATING TEN YEARS IN STYLE The RED HOT SUMMER TOUR celebrates 10 years of Red Hot Rock next year and in true style, organisers have put together an incredible all Australian line-up for a massive four-month series of dates. In an incredible coup for music-fans, ARIA Hall of Fame inductees Hunters & Collectors are reuniting to headline the 2020 tour, bringing with them special guests James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera. Mount Gambier’s Old Gaol is hosting the anniversary event on January 5. Tickets on sale now. Above (from left) - Hunters & Collectors; Baby Animals & Killing Heidi UPGRADE UNDERWAY FOR SALEYARDS The cattle selling pens at the Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange (NRLE) are being upgraded by the Naracoorte Lucindale Council. The new yards were designed by Kattlegear, which previously designed and constructed the cattle loading ramps. The upgrade of the pens will be constructed in two stages followed by the bull pens and unloading ramps. Tatiara Industrial Repairs is undertaking stage 1 of the construction. The $850,000 first stage of the project will be completed in October. The importance of the Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange to local producers and the wider economy is extensive. Over the past 10 years at the Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange 943,000 cattle have been bought and sold; 4,274,000 sheep and lambs have been bought and sold and that has represented total sales of more than $1.328billion. The NRLE is owned and operated by council as a commercial business and independent of financial support from council rate revenue. The NRLE Board oversees the development, construction and general operations of the NRLE and monitors the financial performance of the NRLE.

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SOCIAL TENISON WOODS COLLEGE STUDENTS JOIN NATIONAL TREE DAY

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STUDENTS GET THEIR HANDS DIRTY OneFortyOne, Tenison Woods College and Noel Barr Toyota together strengthened their partnerships, at this year’s National Schools Tree Day, which was held at the end of last month. Tenison Woods College students were excited to ‘get their hands dirty’ and plant trees in OneFortyOne’s local Pine Forest plantations. This year local native plants were also planted, with the assistance of Nature Glenelg Trust. This strategy was to better represent both the importance of native trees, but to honour the importance of the local forestry industry within our community and ensuring a sustainable resource into the future. Left - David Mezinec – Tenison Woods College Principal, Bryan Haywood- Nature Glenelg Trust, Linda Cotterill- OneFortyOne, Adam Salmon- Noel Barr Toyot sales manager, Andrew MathesonOneFortyOne estate manager, Year 4 student Zane Lewis & Year 5 student Mckayla Maney

CYCLING EVENT IN THE SPOTLIGHT On Saturday, November 23, Millicent will host up to 5000 cyclists for an overnight stay, as part of their journey from the Limestone Coast to the Great Ocean Road for the Bicycle Network’s annual Great Vic Bike Ride. The participants and their supporters will arrive in Millicent in the afternoon, after having had lunch at Beachport as they pedal their way from Robe, where the event kicks off that morning. In its 36th year, this is the first time the Great Victorian Bike Ride has come into South Australia and Wattle Range Council is excited about the retail and tourism opportunities it will bring. “Since the initial community meeting held back in June, council has received a number of expressions of interest from groups and individuals who wish to participate in this great opportunity to showcase our region,” council’s director development services Steve Chapple said. “Ideas have included a street party, community lights up event, meals (dinner and breakfast), experiences and attractions, local produce, accommodation, food and wine and more. To obtain a clearer understanding of the various activities that are being considered by the local community, Council now needs to confirm a list of all the planned activities.” Individuals, clubs and organisations intending to undertake an activity during the visit by the Great Vic Bike Ride, should complete and return the form available the council office or online www. wattlerange.sa.gov.au/GVBR by no later than 12 noon on Tuesday. A second community meeting is being held this Wednesday so that Council provide further information and assist community groups and

organisations with the appropriate permits and forms required for the planned activities. “This is a great opportunity for the community of Wattle Range to create a vibrant event and memorable experiences for visitors to come back and stay another day,” Mr Chapple said. MEETING DETAILS Time: 6-7pm Date: Wednesday Location: Civic & Arts Centre, Ridge Terrace, Millicent


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Method Lightly grease a 3cm-deep, 17.5cm x 27cm (base) slice pan. Line with baking paper, allowing a 2cm overhang at long ends. Place cereal, oat bran and sesame seeds in a large bowl. Stir to combine. Place marshmallows, honey and spread in a saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 4 minutes or until melted and smooth. Stir marshmallow mixture into cereal mixture. Spoon into prepared pan. Coverwith baking paper. Using hands, press firmly on baking paper to distribute mixture evenly. Remove and discard baking paper. Refrigerate for 25 minutes or until firm. Cut slice into squares. Serve.

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EMERGENCY SERVICES WIN Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has successfully introduced a bill in the Lower House, which will give Country Fire Service (CFS) and State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers the right to have their say on matters directly affecting their work. The Fire and Emergency Services (Volunteer Charters) Amendment Bill was introduced into the Lower House by the Independent MP and formally passed last Wednesday. The Bill was introduced in the Upper House by Greens MLC Tammy Franks last year, following identical bills failing to pass both houses in 2012 and 2015. Mr Bell said the passing of the bill, which moves both CFS and SES volunteer charters into legislation, means volunteers will receive parliamentary recognition. “There are around 15,000 volunteers across South Australia performing a lifesaving role in our community who have waited for years to be formally recognised,” he said. “This legislation creates a requirement for the government to consult with those CFS and SES volunteers on matters that directly affect them, which is basic common sense.”

Meeting with SES Mount Gambier unit manager Simon Poel and CFS operations captain Bob Davis last week, Mr Bell was able to personally deliver the good news. “The value of the work CFS and SES volunteers provide is immeasurable,” he said. “These volunteers give their time freely, equalling thousands of hours every year, to attend emergencies and be there for local communities in times of need, while their own lives and work

gets put on hold. The volunteer charters were developed to provide a framework for all parties to work in partnership together, for the wellbeing and safety of the community.This is a measure of respect for those who protect our communities.” Above - SES Mount Gambier unit manager Simon Poel; Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell & CFS operations captain Bob Davis

CITY SET TO LIGHT UP FOR LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL Illuminart is touring, bringing bold projection art to illuminate the hidden corners of South Australia. Illuminart projects onto your silos and halls, blow up art to the size of buildings, and share animated stories. The Mount Gambier Rail Lands will be brought to life in a one night spectacular show of projection, animation and stories, celebrating the colourful coast of South Australia on Friday, August 23, from 6pm to 7.30pm. Bring your chair or blanket to enjoy the sunset (6pm) and see the old railway station light up. The show is family friendly, featuring whimsical animations that tell stories

of the South Australian ports, helping all generations understand our coastal history in an entertaining way and was created by Illuminart with help of artists and animators from around regional SA. It is a great for photographers too, so bring your camera and then share your photos at facebook.com/Illuminart or on instagram illuminart_au It’s an all weather event so come rugged up and bring extra layers and bring your raincoat or brolley, because if its a light sprinkle it will still go ahead. This event is proudly brought to you by Illuminart and the City of Mount Gambier ,with the assistance of the Australia Council for the Arts. This

presentation forms part of illuminart’s Port to Port project, and is an event in the South Australian Living Artists Festival 2019. Tour info: http:// travellinglight.illuminart.com.au

NARACOORTE CREEK UNDERGOING A MAKEOVER

The South Australian Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing (ORSR) wants to hear from anyone and everyone who has a view on sport, and active recreation, and what we can do to be an active State. Anyone interested in sharing thier vision or hearing the ideas of others is invited to attend one of the Statewide Community Consultations to be held Monday, August 12, at 6pm at the City Hall -

Main Corner, Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. The ORSR supports sport and recreation through the development of policy, programs and resources, the provision of funding, recreation and sport planning, infrastructure development, elite sport pathways and programs, and the promotion of physical activity. For more information and to register visit https://www.orsr. sa.gov.au

Approximately 900 shrubs, reeds and grasses were planted along Naracoorte Creek as part of National Tree Day at the end of the month, with the project proudly sponsored by Naracoorte Toyota The hands on crew of 30, including staff from Naracoorte Toyota, were not afraid to get their hands dirty and have done a terrific job, continuing the restoration of the creek. Residents should contiue to keep an eye on the Naracoorte Creek and its restoration with more improvements to follow as the natural landmark conitnues to become a focal point of community activity.

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SOCIAL SOUTH GAMBIER RAISES THOUSANDS FOR BREAST CANCER

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Amy-Kate Kuhn, Alex Williams & Katie Fox

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Mary deNys, Kathy Allen, Kate Brown, Anne Stephenson, Mel Griffith & Bec Mobbs

Nat Walmsley, Anita Howard, Emily Sims, Melena Roughana & Katie Noonan

$5000 WINDFALL FOR BREAST CANCER PROJECT The Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group has received a $5000 windfall courtesy of the South Gambier Football Netball Club’s Ladies Champagne High Tea held at the end of last month. The money is set to be earmarked for the Helping Hand Bag project that provides tangible assistance for patients undergoing treatment for the disease. The sell out event was organised by club manager Robyn Bowd in conjunction with Emma Ryan, Aleathia Holland and Katina Sims and saw around 100 ladies attend the function, as well as contributing to raffles and a silent auction on the day that boosted the coffers. The more than $5000 cheque was presented to Karen Petersen from the best cancer awareness group and she said it will fund nine Helping Hand Bags. “We do have such a generous community and what the girls put together was amazing,” she said. Left - Emma Ryan, Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group representative Karen Petersen; South Gambier club manager Robyn Bowd; Aleathia Holland & Katina Sims.


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JAM PACKED EVENTS CALENDAR RELEASED

The Spring/Summer edition of the Greater Hamilton Events Guide is now available, detailing more than 90 events taking place in the region between next month and February next year. From music festivals and country shows to art exhibitions, world-class performances and sporting fixtures, visitors and locals alike are in for an action-packed Spring and Summer in the Greater Hamilton region. There are a number of new events taking place this season, including the Fulham Homestead Open Garden in October and Christmas on the train - a family Christmas picnic at the Hamilton model railway. Share in our region’s unique experiences, from sheep shearing, wood-chopping and sheepdog competitions at the five Country Shows, to enjoying local wines and live music

at the returning Koonara Wines Food & Wine Fiesta or at Pierrepoint Cellar Door. Hearts will be racing trackside at this season’s five horseracing meetings at the Hamilton Harness Racing Track and at Coleraine’s iconic Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix. Keeping the kids entertained is made easy at fun events like North Hamilton Kindergarten’s muddy NHK Obstacle Race and Tarrington’s German Laternenfest, celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year. Feel the Christmas spirit at Street Parades in Coleraine and Hamilton, join in singing Carols by Candlelight in the Botanic Gardens and see in the New Year at the NYE Street Party and fireworks. The guide also outlines 18 events and exhibitions being held throughout lifestyle1.net | 30

Spring and Summer at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre and Hamilton Gallery. The Spring/Summer Events Guide can be downloaded from www.visitgreaterhamilton.com. au, Council’s website or via the @ visitgreaterhamilton Facebook page. You can also pick up a hard copy from the Hamilton and Dunkeld Visitor

Information Centres, from all Council offices or it can be mailed on request by contacting free call 1800 807 056. For further information on upcoming events, or to register an event for inclusion in future marketing campaigns, please contact Council’s Events Marketing and Development Officer, on 5573 0239 or email events@ sthgrampians.vic.gov.au

TARPEENA REUNION At the end of 2011, Tarpeena Primary School closed its doors, ending the book on a proud history of education in the small timber town. But one more chapter is set to be written in that story with a school reunion, for anyone who attended or worked at the school, set down for October 5 at the Tarpeena Football Clubrooms. From 2-4.30pm there will be a social get together and then a student roll call from 4.30pm. The celebration dinner will be held at 6.30pm and places are limited with bookings essential. For further information head to the Tarpeena School Reunion facebook page, email tpsreunion2019@gmail.com or call 0407 792 783 for more details.


AWARD WINNING BUSINESS ONLY TWO YEARS OLD Internationally acclaimed art, breathtaking views and servings of an old-fashioned vanilla slice have provided the winning-formula to claim the 2019 Glenelg Shire Council Business of the Year Award, sponsored by AceRadio. Narrawong’s Bay of Whales Gallery and Coffee Shop, owned by award winning artist Brett Jarett and his partner Gerri Torpy, claimed the coveted title with judges highlighting the pair’s “outstanding” efforts developing the two-year-old business. It was a long dreamt vision to open Mr Jarrett’s home studio to the public to share his inspirational wildlife paintings whilst sharing Ms Torpy’s traditional culinary talents, notably her beloved vanilla slice recipe, was a perfect fit, hitting the taste buds of art lovers. The gallery, situated on Narrawong’s Mt Clay overlooking spectacular coastal views, has its walls lined with Mr Jarrett’s wildlife paintings, with visitors able to watch the acclaimed artist at work, whilst enjoying the country atmosphere. Not for profit Small Business Mentoring Service mentor Clinton Bugg judged the operation, noting the gallery had excelled in all nine judging categories, highlighting its excellent strategic planning, marketing and promotion, access and inclusion and overall community benefit. “This business has singlehandedly managed to revitalise a small community by offering a simplistic product in the highest of quality. They

are enticing visitors by not just offering a product, but an entire experience,” Mr Bugg said. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank praised the Bay of Whales Gallery and Coffee Shop which claimed the overall title from a record 61 nominees, making it the most successful award program to date. The awards were presented at a sold out gala dinner last Friday night at the Portland Golf Club, hosted by former Portland local, acclaimed comedian and actor Jackson Tozer, with entertainment from Triple J famed artist Nancie Schipper and magician Dom Chambers, who is a semi-finalist in the current series of America’s Got Talent. “We are extremely proud of the efforts of our business and tourism community who work tirelessly

providing excellent customer service, outstanding products which are assisting to put this region on the map,” Cr Rank said. Fresh from returning from Baku accepting a UNESCO World Heritage inscription, Budj Bim Cultural Landscape Ranger Aaron Morgan was recognised claiming the Young Achiever of the Year award, sponsored by Civil Contractors Federation, recognising a high achiever 25 years and younger. Judges noted Mr Morgan’s passion for self-improvement, indigenous culture and country. Despite leaving school at 14, Mr Morgan has worked tirelessly building his skills to forge a successful career as a senior ranger, acting as an ambassador for the unique cultural landscape. Goodman Group Lawyers’ Kathryn Oswald was named the Employee of the Year, an award sponsored by Assets Real Estate, credited for her reliable and honest behaviour, acting as a motivating influence for the broader team. Described by judges as an “employer’s dream”, Ms Oswald has managed the establishment of the Portland office, a branch of a successful metro operation, whilst completing her law degree, operating a small hobby farm and raising a young family. Above - 2019 Business of the Year Narrawong’s Bay of Whales Gallery and Coffee Shop. Left - All the 2019 winners.

AND THE WINNER IS... Manufacturing Trades or Construction • Sponsored by Keppel Prince Engineering • Davidson Engineering Pty Ltd Large Retail or Service • Sponsored by Davis Print • Daly’s SUPA IGA - Portland Small / Micro Business • Spnosored by Committee for Portland • Portland Signworks Health & Wellbeing • Sponosred by Portland District Health • Dhauwurd-Wurrung Elderly & Community Health Service Community Enterprise • Sponsored by Portland Signworks • Portland Community Gardens Primary Industry • Sponsored by Portland Precision Engineering • Surrylea Farms Tourism Accommodation • Sponsored by Portland Tourist Association • Cape Nelson Light House Accommodation Tourism Hospitality• Sponsored by Portland Observer / Casterton News • Say Grace Café & Bistro Tourism Festival event/attraction • Sponsored by South West TAFE • Heywood Wood, Wine & Roses Festival & Truck & Ute Show Inclusive Practice or Service • Sponsored by Matchworks • PT@Home Employee of the Year • Sponsored by Assets Real Estate • Kathryn Oswald – Goodman Group Lawyers Young Achiever of the Year • Sponsored by Civil Contractors Federation • Aaron Morgan – Winda-Mara Co-op Business of the Year • Sponsored by ACE Radio • Bay of Whales Gallery & Coffee Shop lifestyle1.net | 31

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Brian Norman & Gary Sims

Bruce Winther, Ian Carrison & Andy McGregor

John Moody, John Rooke, Les Walters

Eddie Fensom, Ted Habner & Adrian Kemp

REMEMBERING THE GLORY DAYS The 1979 A Grade premiership Port MacDonnell team that celebrated its 40 year reunion. The club also won the B Grade flag that same year and those boys were also on hand to celebrate. Club photographer Karen Cawthorne recreated the 1979 premiership photos at the weekend’s reunion. Above - Back Row (from left) - Gary Sims, Colin Spencer, Alan Holmes, Kevin Smith, Bruce Winther, Robert Sims. Middle (from left) - Terry Smith (trainer), Leith Cutting, Andy McGregor, Jacky Taylor, Wayne Elliot, John Hennesey. Front (from left) - John Spehr (president), Brian Norman, Richard Hill (captain, Coach), John Matthews, Dennis Smith (Secretary). Absent: John Rook, Terry Sims, P. Brown, A. Staskevcius, Greg Howard & Kerry Howard Below - Back (from left) - Adrian Kemp, Gary Feast, Ted Habner, David Kemp, John Carrison, Gordon Lewis. Middle (from left) - Terry Smith (trainer), Bruce Ferguson(team manager), Jason Habner, John Moody, Ian Fox. Front (from left) - John Spehr(president), Hayden Smith, Stan Priddle, Robert Fox, Dennis Smith (Secretary). Absent: Leon Fox, David Tiller (Captain), Terry Sims (Coach), Phillip Lewis, Terry Perryman, P Nield, Craig Elliot, M Stephens, D Saffin, John Milstead, Dean Edwards & Murray Cox.


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ONE WIN AWAY

BACK IN GREEN & GOLD Georgia Hood is back in green and gold and this time she is in California as part of Australia’s Under 19 team at the 2019 Junior Women’s Softball World Championships. It is the second time Georgia has been part of this elite tournament on the world stage, she was part of the last championship team in 2017, that time alongside sister Amber. That 2017 selection shoed Georgia was a star on the rise and her performances in the past two years has done nothing to temper those expectations. Georgia put in stellar performances at both the Under 19 and Open national championships this year, where she took out the batting trophy and Rookie of the Year honours, respectively, and as a result Georgia got a late call up to be part of both the Summer Slam - a new Big Bash type version of softball that was launched by Softball Australia – as well as the Asia Pacific Cup. The Tokyo Olympics are not out of the question and Georgia’s career is all the more impressive given she is still regionally based, completing most of her training under the watchful eye of mother Tanya. Aside from the usual strength and cardio training that every athlete must endure, Georgia also has to spend hours working on both her pitching and batting, with those two areas of her game being the areas that have seen her burst her way onto the national scene and stay there. She pitches every night, heads to the batting cages every night and fits in a weights session around three times a week. “The pitching and the batting takes around 2-3 hours, depending on exactly what I am doing,” Georgia said. “I would send down up to 150 pitches each session and that takes just over an hour in itself.” That sees her working on the wide variety of pitches all top pitchers need in their kit bag, from her

fast pitch, to her change up and everything in between. Her pitching speeds range from 97kph to 115 kph and working her way towards increasing her speed is always on her agenda. This year was Georgia’s first time playing at the Open National Championships, and she was grateful for the opportunity to face the stronger pitchers and believes, along with facing some top US pitchers in the South Australian competition, has helped her batting continue to improve. A grand slam at the Summer slam is a case in point. “Having mum to know how I should train and the work I needed to do, really helped,” Georgia said. “I have been able to stay in Mount Gambier and still do the right training and get my game to the level it needed to be.” Georgia did have a training camp in June with the rest of the squad and they will be working together now before the August 10 start of the world championships, which run until August 17.

In the end, what was basically an arm wrestle came down to the first couple of minutes of the final quarter. The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers men, leading by four at the final change, went on a 10-0 run against the Forestville Eagles and never relinquished the lead. The Eagles got as close as nine points in the final stanza but the damage had been done – threes from Sam Daly and Brad Rathjen part of that match turning run. Prior to that run, seven points had been the biggest lead of the match and that was the Eagles in the opening quarter, when Majok Deng and Brad Teys, showed, what the Pioneers no doubt already knew, that they would be the offensive dangers for the Eagles. But in the end, the Pioneers held a one point lead at the first break, the Eagles led by that same margin at half time and then the Pioneers headed into that defining final quarter with a four point buffer. Just as the opening quarter, with the dominance of Deng and Teys, showed who was going to be dangerous for Forestville, the opening quarter also showed the Pioneers modus operandi – sharing the scoring load with six players hitting the scoreboard, including two stunning threes from skipper Tom Daly (top right). In fact, scoring from beyond the arc was one area where the Pioneers did dominate – they hit 10 from 27, while the Eagles hit only four from 25. Bench points were also where the Pioneers had the better of the stats, with 19 points coming from the home side’s bench in comparison to the Eagles’ six. Where the Eagles relied on Deng, who hit an equal game high 27 points, Teys, who finished with 26, and Greg Mays, who contributed 18, were the mainstays of the Eagles’ scoring, while the Pioneers enjoyed a more even performances – Kentrell Barkley (bottom right) with 27; Tom Daly with 25; Sam Daly, 15, Rathjen, 13, and nine from three point specialist Erik Burdon. Barkley also pulled in a mammoth 21 rebounds, while Dayjar Dickson also hit double figures in the rebounding stakes, with 10. The cream did rise to the top in the final quarter with Barkley hitting nine points and Tom Daly with eight points as the Pioneers secured a place in the Premier League grand final. It does mean, though, that the Pioneers will have to hit the road, with the Premier League grand final deciders set to be played at Adelaide Arena. Forestville and Norwood are now set to face off this weekend in the preliminary final and a chance to take on the Pioneers in the August 17 decider.

PIONEERS WOMEN KEEP FINDING A WAY If you have watched any of the OneFortyOne Pioneers women’s team this season it will come as no surprise to you that when the Pioneers needed a hero it was captain Amanda Frost that stepped up. The US import nailed a match tying three with seconds on the clock in Saturday night’s knockout semi final against the Eastern Mavericks sending the game into overtime and somehow the Pioneers’ season remains alive – taking the first period of overtime by three points to advance to a preliminary final against Forestville this weekend. The loss was no doubt a tough pill for the Mavericks to swallow, having led by a game high 12 points with six and a half minutes to play in the third, but also enjoying an 11 point lead halfway through the last and still four points clear with two minutes to play. But the Pioneers would not go away, their perimeter shooting a feature of the final, nailing 11 from 32, including four from Maddy Wormald, who had her most productive scoring effort for the season with 23 points, with the Mavericks only nailing six. The sides were barely separated on the stats sheet across the usual key performance indicators of rebounds, shooting percentage and free throws and in the end, perhaps it was the fact, the Pioneers women have spent the season grinding out tight victories that it is now second nature to them and they have developed a self belief like no other line-up in the competition when the match is in the balance. Once again, making a prediction for this weekend’s preliminary final is tough. On April 27, the Pioneers played the Eagles on their home court and fell five points shy, reversing that result in the Icehouse encounter on July 13 with a two point home court victory. But it’s what doesn’t appear on a box score that could prove the difference – determination and self belief. Left- Maddy Wormald starred in the semi final win with a season high 23 points. Right - A clutch three from Amanda Frost forced the game into overtime. lifestyle1.net | 32


LOCAL SPORT MAIDEN SENIOR VICTORY FOR RIDDOCH

Race five of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Winter Series enjoyed favourable conditions with mild winds and temperatures, for a 36km cycle down to Caves Road. The limit group managed to stay just ahead of the chasing bunches with only seconds to spare before crossing the finish line. First overall, in her maiden senior win, was young female cyclist Pru Riddoch, showing an increasing strength with every race. Second, in a sprint finish with Riddoch, was Louise Abraham, closely followed by Ray Bilney, who took many strong turns over the distance.The fastest time went to scratch rider Chris O’Donnell, who finished fifth overall, but needed another 100 metres to catch the winning group. The juniors enthusiastically completed a 10km race with Elmer Buckland taking line honours with Molly Opperman and Elmer’s brother Eddie Buckland charging home. Above (left) - Race five winner Pru Riddoch (ncetre) with second placed Lousie Abraham (left) and Ray Bilney (right), who finished third. Above (center) - Scratch rider Chris O’Donnell completed the race in the fastest time.

STRUCK OUT While most sports have made great strides to take the violence out, introducing fines, yellow cards, red cards etc, professional baseball still has occasions where two teams will drop gloves, clear the dugout and engage in all-in brawls as witnessed a few days ago in the Pirates v Reds game. Hard to believe.

Above (right) - Junior competitors - Molly Opperman (2nd); Harry Opperman; Eddie Buckland (3rd) and Elmer Buckland (1st).

DEFENSIVE DYNAMO REACHES 250

Some players do not provide extensive highlight reel moments in their sporting careers but what they are is reliable and one of the first picked every week because they always get the job done. Morgan Amy is one of those players and she has been doing it for East Gambier now for 250 games. The circle defender, who can also play a role in the mid court, is well known for combining the discipline of tight checking and denying her opponent easy ball, to also hunting interceptions with her ability to read the play. When she saw her milestone game was against reigning premiers Millicent, Morgan would have thought a win to celebrate her 250th match was unlikely but her Bulldogs team mates got the better of an undermanned Saints and she enjoyed the perfect celebration. Morgan started at McDonald Park as a 12 & under player and was only 15, in 2011, when she made her senior debut.

SOUTH EAST GOLF VETERANS At Attamurra, five of 57 players played to their handicap of 38 points. This made it complicated for the card checkers, needing to do multiple countbacks, and so there ensued mass confusion for Captain Max in announcing the results of the most recent South East Golf Veterans event. However finally, 38s in First Division went to the par three specialist John Howe, from Allan Schultz and Ken Whitehead. Second division went to Glen Tilley, from Adrian Thiele with their 38s, and then Lyndsay Copeman came in third on 37. The Ross Orchard trophy went to the infallible Colin Rex and Ewan Herring. The ball rundown was to 31 or better. The four tee hit off worked a treat, enabling the field to start at 9.30am and the results were all over before 4pm enabling those longer travelers to get home in reasonable time, The next outing is at Naracoorte on August 12, followed by Blue Lake on August 26.

She was an integral part of the glory days for East Gambier junior netball alongside the likes of Tenille Gray and Brenna McKay and is a multi-premiership player. Morgan is not just a valuable player for the club but has also taken on coaching, starting with junior teams, which she has continued this season, where she has also stepped up to share the A Grade coaching role with Tarsh McCallum and Tenille Gray. Morgan is also a player who has represented her association with distinction as part of junior and senior teams and she was part of the 2019 SA Country Championship winning A Grade team, where her strong rebounding and ability to lock down on an opponent were vital. Above - Morgan Amy (second from left) pictured with her father Hayden, sister Kellie and mother Jenny.

JACKED OFF More bad news for Swimming Australia with 20 year old Shayna Jack set to receive the maximum four-year ban for her failed drug test unless she can somehow prove her innocence. Jack had both her A and B samples returned positive to the banned muscle building drug Ligandrol.

ALL IS FORGIVEN The last member of the Cape Town Three, Cameron Bancroft, has joined David Warner & Steve Smith in a return to Australian cricket. Bancroft opened the batting with Warner in the First Test against England.

T-BALL COME ‘N’ TRY The Mount Gambier & District Baseball League is running a T-Ball Come ‘N’ Try evening this Friday from 6pm. The session will be run under lights on Diamond 1 at the Blue Lake Sports Park complex. The session is aimed at seven to 12 year olds and participants need to bring a glove.

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RECORD TUMBLES Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad has smashed the long standing women’s 400m hurdles world record, clocking 52.20sec with a superb display at the US Track and Field Championships. The previous best was set 16 years ago by Russia’s Yuliya Pechonkina in 2003.


LOCAL SPORT MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Port MacDonnell 6.5 11.10 15.14 21.18 (144) Tantanoola 1.0 2.2 3.5 6.8 (44) Goals - PtMac: B. Newton 3; J. Schleter, H. Stevens, J. Primer, D. O’Dine, D. McElroy 2; B. Milstead, N. Wilke, B. McGregor, M. Smith, M. Stark, J. Turner, B. Lynch, L. Lewis. Tantnaoola: R. Versace 3; C. Hamilton 2; B. Yates. Best - Pt Mac: D. McElroy, J. Turner, W. Chant, H. Stevens, J. Primer, K. McClean. Tantanoola: B. Pitts, H. Brown, D. :ink, C. Saint, N. Harris, Z. Walker. Robe 5.3 9.6 14.8 16.11 (107) Kongorong 2.0 8.3 11.5 12.9 (81) Goals - Robe: T. Lockwood 7; H. McInnes 5; Q. McCallum 3; Z. Deane. Kongorong: B. Cordy 4; R. Hein 2; J. Simkin, B. Weaver, T. Hales, M. Cordy, B. Panneburg. Best - Robe: Z. Deane, T. Wilfred, T. Lockwood, J. Wehl, J. Pettit, H. Bigmore. Kongoorng: B. Cordy, T. Modra, R. Hein, H. Evans, D. Hann, B. Pannenburg. Hatherleigh 6.1 8.6 9.9 13.9 (87) Kalangadoo 4.2 7.4 9.7 10.10 (70) Goals -Hatherleigh: J. Wight 4; S. Telfer 2; G. McGrath, B. Fabris, L. Walker, M. Faulkner, J. Bateman, J. Skeer, B. Wight. Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 2; B. Auld, B. Galpin, A. Stone, N. Reeves, B. Gregory, J. Casey, T. Jones, M. Davies. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Wight, M. Leek, M. Pulmer, L. Walker, M. Fabris, J. Bateman. Kalangadoo: S. Casey, J. Casey, M. Krieger, B. Lindner, J. Bannister. Mt Burr 4.5 7.7 16.10 24.12 (156) Nangwarry 1.1 2.1 2.2 6.3 (39) Goals -Mt Burr: J. gregory 8; D. Ridley 5; T. Renzi 3; B. hennink, T. Vanderhorst, H. Schultz 2; N. Morrison, D. Bowering. Nangwary: T. Ploenges 3; J. Virtanen, A. Mills, J. Timms. Best - Mt Burr: T. Stanley, B. Hennink, D. Ridley, J. Wallis, T. Allen, N. Muhovics. Nangwarry: G. McWaters, B. Deamer, J. DeJong, J. Virtanen, A. Paprotny, J. Timms.

B GRADE

KNT FOOTBALL

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

Lucindale 7.3 11.7 17.10 22.17 (149) Kybybolite 2.5 6.7 9.9 9.12 (66) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 5; P. Stewart, A. Fielke 3; S. Spriggs, H. Tregoweth, A. Laurencic 2; R. McInerney, A. Eckermann, S. McGurk, L. Jones, L. Kelsh. Kybybolite: B. Munn, K. Rodgers 2; W. Russell, J. McKay, S. Shepherd, S. Tonkin, J. Bittner. Best - Lucindale: S. Spriggs, A. Fielke, L. Kelsh, D. Ogilvie, T. Logan, J. Walker. Kybybolite: M. Tonkin, J. McKay, T. Woodard, T. Curnow, C. Borg, J. Clark. Mundulla 2.2 6.5 8.16 11.18 (84) Keith 1.1 4.2 5.4 6.4 (40) Goals- Mundulla: J. Dolling 5; L. Wiese 3; D. Mosey, J. McGrice, B. Douglas. Keith: M. McDonough 2; J. Jones, W. McMurray, P. Makin, J. Starke. Best - Mundulla: D. Mosey, J. Dolling, N. Gregurke, J. McGrice, T. Gaden, L. Wiese. Keith: J. Starke, T. Geyer, S. McMurray, W. McMurray, M. McDonough, C. Blake. Penola 4.2 6.4 10.4 12.9 (81) Kaniva Leeor 3.2 8.5 9.8 9.11 (65) Goals - Penola: B. Merrett 6; A. Merrett 2; W. Clayfield, S. Berkefeld, B. Bryant, L. Walker. Kaniva Leeor: S. Snook, M. Wundke, A. Brown 2; R. Barnes, T. Stribling, C. Hitchock. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, J. Galpin, B. Merrett, S. Klemm, A. Moore, S. Merrett. Kaniva Leeor: C. Hitchcock, A. Brown, C. DeVisser, J. Harred, C. Meyer, J. Maddern. Padthaway 2.3 6.8 10.13 12.18 (90) Bordertown 3.4 4.4 4.4 9.4 (58) Goals - Padthaway: L. Harder 5; J. Vandermeer 4; J. Scott, M. Caire, M. Raitt. Bordertown: G. Twigden 3; S. Devitt, C. Sandercock 2; N. Dahlitz, B. Foulds. Best - Padthaway: M. Raitt, L. Harder, J. Vandermeer, R. Jaensch, F. Freeman, J. Heading. Bordertown: N. Dahlitz, S. Sandercock, B. Jarrett, H. Shuttleworth, B. Paech, L. Makin.

Tantanoola 12.8 (80) d Port MacDonnell 6.5 (41) Kongorong 19.10 (124) d Robe 3.4 (22) Hatherleigh 13.8 (86) d Kalangadoo 3.4 (22) Mt Burr 7.10 (52) d Nangwarry 4.2 (26)

B GRADE

Port MacDonnell 17.18 (120) d Tantanoola 2.2 (14) Robe 10.5 (65) d Kongorong 2.5 (17) Hatherleigh 14.10 (94) d Kalangadoo 5.5 (35) Mt Burr 17.22 (124) d Nangwarry 2.2 (14)

SENIOR COLTS

SENIOR COLTS

JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 14.15 (99) d Port MacDonnell 1.1 (7) Robe 12.6 (78) d Kongorong 2.1 (13) Hatherleigh 19.13 (127) d Kalangadoo 1.1 (7) Nangwarry 11.13 (79) d Mt Burr 0.0 (0)

WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE Casterton Sandford 5.5 9.6 9.8 14.15 (99) Millicent 0.1 2.3 5.7 6.8 (44) Goals - Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald, J. Gibbs 3; D. Ayton, K. Carlin 2; M. Killey, D. Richardson, H, McCrae, N. Georgiadis. Millicent: M. Reilly 2; F. Bradley, K. Bradley, H. Tunkin, K. Varcoe. Best - Casterton Sandford: D. Richardson, D. Ayton, M. Cowland, W. MacDonald, J., Gibbs, B, Guthrie, Millicent: D. Tincknell, H. Tunkin, S. Willis, C. Williams, L. Smith, N. Lang. North Gambier 4.3 5.6 9.9 13.12 (90) East Gambier 2.4 7.7 7.9 9.14 (68) Goals - North: S. Stafford 5; N. McInerney, J. McConnell, H. Telford 2; D. Munn, N. Brown. East: G. Cooper 5; M. Rumbelow, M. Dempsey, F. Scanlon, M. Scanlon. Best - North: S. Stafford, N. McInerney, M, Telford, T. McInerney, J. Hatt, M. Ashby. East: G. Cooper, N. Lock, M. Scanlon, M. Rumbelow, F, Scanlon, J. Eldridge. West Gambier 2.5 10.7 15.8 19.10 (124) South Gambier 2.2 5.3 8.5 11.10 (76) Goals - West: G. Ha 4; T. Lewis, B. Papps, M. Minuzzo 3; J. Schapel, T. Holmes, J. Attard, D. Phillips, B. Wilson, J. Lock. South: B. Kain 6; T. Reid, B. Keding, M. Pratt, B. Saffin, B. O’Neil. Best - West: J. Williams, J. Lock, M. Minuzzo, G. Ha, L. Morton, J. Zeitz. South: B. Kain, B. O’Neil, T. Reid, B. Saffin, N. Kourmouzis, A. Harkness.

RESERVES

Millicent 7.4 (46) d Casterton Sandford 6.4 (40) West Gambier 11.9 (75) d South Gambier 5.3 (33) East Gambier 10.9 (69) d North Gambier 6.8 (44)

Cobden 1.2 3.5 7.6 11.13 (79) Portland 3.0 5.1 9.2 10.2 (62) Goals - Cobden: T. Lindquist 4; J. Williamson 2; S. Giblett, T. Spokes, T. Hawkins, J. Hutt, P. Smith. Portland: J. Dunlop 3; H. Jennnings. A. Shepherd, J. Wilson, D. Huppatz, D. Barr, Z. Barker, P. Haylock. Best - Cobden: P. Smith, C. Koreneos, S. Thow, T. Lindquist, J. Williamson, S. Giblett. Portland: D. Barr, B. Malcolm, H. Jennings, T. Lovell, D. Jackson, A. Shepherd. Hamilton Kangaroos 2.2 6.5 10.9 11.9 (77) Camperdown 3.2 3.5 6.6 7.12 (54) Goals - Hamilton Kangaroos: H. Douglas, C. Murrie, D. Russell 2; J. English, T. Ross, R. Gill, L. Dare, S. Barnes. Camperdown: B. Thompson 2; L. Mahony, E. Lucas, W. Rowbottom, M. Danahay, M. Field. Best - Hamilton Kangaroos: T. Ross, R. Gill, C. Murrie, J. English, S. Barnes. Camperdown: W. Rowbottom, L. Mahony, B. Arnold, M. Field, J. Robinson.

LSE HOCKEY RESULTS DIVISION ONE MEN Tigers 4 def West 2

DIVISION TWO MEN Redbacks 2 def Cavaliers 1

DIVISION TWO WOMEN Tigers 2 def Redbacks 1 Naracoorte 3 def West 0

UNDER 12 GIRLS

Strikers 1 def Redbacks 0

Lucindale 11.10 (76) d Kybybolite 2.5 (17) Munudlla 17.15 (117) d Keith 5.3 (33) Penola 25.11 (161) d Kaniva Leeor 2.2 (14) Bordertown 16.11 (107) d Padthaway 4.6 (30) Keith 16.8 (104) d Muudlla 2.0 (12) Penola 17.11 (113) d Kaniva Leeor 2.6 (18) Padthaway/Lucindale 14.6 (90) d Bordertown 2.3 (15)

JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 10.5 (65) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.1 (1) Keith 10.3 (63) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Penola 9.6 (60) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Cavendish 2.3 4.5 5.8 9.10 (64) Branxholme-Wallacedale 2.2 4.3 6.5 9.6 (60) Goals - Cavendish: A. Harding 4; R. McNaughton 3; B. Lewis, B. Herrmann. Branxholme-Wallacedale: L. Ewing 5; J. Overall 2; N. Sullivan, A. Caruana. Best - Cavendish: A. Harding, B. Lewis, J. O’Brien, R. McNaughton, M. McRae, J. Brown. Branxholme-Wallacedale: L. Ewing, J. Overall, A. Caruana, P. Rafferty, S. Lambevski, P. Holden. Westerns 4.2 7.5 10.10 18.14 (122) Dartmoor 7.1 9.7 11.9 13.9 (87) Goals - Westerns: R. Cracknell 5; J. Bliss 4; L. Warburton 3; K. Richardson 2; L. Robinson, C. Devera, B. England, S. O’Brien. Dartmoor: C. Howlett 9; J. Polaski, M. Oldfield, T. MvcKinnon, L. Polaski. Best - Westerns: B. England, M. England, M. Curtis, C. Anson, L. Robinson, L. Warburton. Dartmoor: J. Murphy, C. Howlett, L. Polaski, M. Oldfield, M. Rowney, R. Malseed. Heathmere 2.0 2.3 7.10 11.15 (81) Heywood 2.2 2.3 5.7 6.10 (46) Goals - Heathmere: W. Kerrins, J. Andrews, A. Hill 2; L. Puche, L. Davis, H. Telfer, W. Pickett, S. Lovett. Heywood: D. Handreck 3; B. Nash, J. Walker, J. Donovan. Best -Heathmere: W. Pickett, M. Gore, W. Kerrins, J. Andrews, L. Wiseman, S. Lovett. Heywood: D. Morris, W. Bell, T. Lovett, B. Nash, R. Gordon, E. Blacksell. Tyrendarra 2.6 3.7 7.11 9.12 (66) Coleraine 1.0 4.2 4.3 6.7 (43) Goals - Tyrendarra: T. O’Connell 4; B. Sheahan 3; M. Peters, S. Marra. Coleraine: P. Sinnott, W. Slattery 2; T. Row, T. Hogan. Best -Tyrendarra: B. Bentley, S. Merrett, T. O’Connell, L. Chapman, B. Sheahan, J. Atwell. Coleraine: L. Kaine, J. Norris, T. Eats, J. Wright, Z. Soawyer, T. Row.

Left (top) - East Gambier’s Matt Scanlon takes a strong grab during Western Border football action at Vansittart Park at the weekend. Left (centre) - East Gambier’s five goal star Giancarlo Cooper competes strongly with North’s Tom Bruhn. Left (bottom) - North Gambier’s Nick McInerney traps East Gambeir defender Jayden Eldridge in a strong tackle. Above - Michael Telford fires off a handball. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

UNDER 18 Millicent 12.6 (78) d Casterton Sandford 2.5 (17) South Gambier 15.11 (101) d West Gambier 2.5 (17) North Gambier 4.4 (28) d East Gambier 1.13 (19)

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UNDER 16 South Gambier 7.13 (55) d West Gambier 2.5 (17)

UNDER 14 South Gambier Red 4.13 (37) d West Gambier 3.2 (20) Casterton Sandford 7.4 (46) d Millicent 3.7 (25)

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A GRADE

A GRADE West Gambier 85 (M. Teakle, T. Earl) d South Gambier 27 (A. Pearce-Raisin, R. Buckingham); Millicent 74 (L. Denton, H. Dunn) d Casterton Sandford 31 (T. Perry, S. Fidler); East Gambier 57 (S. Smith, M. Amy) d North Gambier 46 (A. Bryan, M. Renko)

A RESERVE West Gambier 54 (N. Facey, C. Haggett) d South Gambier 41 (B. Bouchier, L. Page); Millicent 60 (S. Ellis, J. Wilson) d Casterton Sandford 53 (N. Rhook, M. Fennell); East Gambier 36 (S. Bowman, S. McKinnon) d North Gambier 29 (A. Flett, C. Day)

B GRADE West Gambier 49 (N. Milich, T. Carraill) d South Gambier 45 (B. Fuller, K. McIntyre-Clarke); Casterton Sandford 49 (S. Parsons, J. McKay) d Millicent 21 (N. Domaschenz, T. Werchon); East Gambier 52 (G. Hunt, H. Finnigan) d North Gambier 47 (R. Edwards, M. Skinner)

C GRADE South Gambier 50 (A. Feast, C. Riley) d West Gambier 33 (O. James, E. Nieuwerkerk); Millicent 46 (C. Pratt, K. Ryan) d Casterton Sandford 40 (K. Hutchins, M. Mutch); East Gambier 48 (F. Monger, K. Amy) d North Gambier 41 (S. Flett, B. Lush)

17 & UNDER West Gambier 50 (N. Facey, J. Ritter) d South Gambier 20 (M. Thiele, E. Galluccio); Millicent 67 (C. Pratt, K. Lucas) d Casterton Sandford 27 (A. Michelmore, M. Mutch); North Gambier 68 (A. Circelli, S. Elshaugh) d East Gambier 35 (L. Davis, J. Hutchesson)

15 & UNDER A South Gambier 56 (E. Bouchier, M. Cowland) d West Gambier 29 (L. Croker, H. Pearson); Millicent 67 (L. Denton, S. O’Connor) d Casterton Sandford 26 (C. Rice, E. Jarrad); East Gambier 48 (K. Dempsey, L. Lamb) d North Gambier 17 (A. Coon, J. Brooks)

15 & UNDER B South Gambier 43 (C. Sims, A. Holland) d West Gambier 12 (C. Beck, L. Pollifrone); Millicent 64 (A. Schultz, D. Jones) d Casterton Sandford 15 (A. Spartling, M. Jamieson); East Gambier 23 (G. Ferguson, L. Spooner) d North Gambier 19 (Z. Jones, A. Norman)

13 & UNDER A South Gambier 32 (Z. Balog, C. Ryan) d West Gambier 18 (A. Sheedy, C. Scott); Millicent 46 (A. Pratt, L. Van Eeden) d Casterton Sandford 21 (I. Longhurst, C. Hulm); North Gambier 45 (J. Young) d East Gambeir 16 (J. Davis, I. Dwyer)

13 & UNDER B South Gambier 25 (G. Gazzard, S. Bartlett) d West Gambier 24 (H. Boult, H. Cowie); Casterton Sandford 19 (L. Michelmore, S. Richardson) d Millicent 15 (K. Thomas, M. Alcock); North Gambier 20 (L. Roulstone, I. Roulstone) d East Gambier 16 (A. Lines, M. Button)

11 & UNDER

West Gambier 20 (S. Lindner, L. Crowe) d South Gambier 5 (K. Cole, C. Attiwill); Millicent 35 (K. Dunn, C. Sigston) d Casterton Sandford 14 (B. Carlin, A. Luers); North Gambier 31 (L. Allen, B. Stafford) d East Gambier 9 (M. Clark, P. Bowman) Far right - North Gambier’s Alsiha Bryan was her side’s best in thier loss to east Gambier at the weekend. Right (top) - Sharna Fidler had another strong game in defence this weekend for the Cats.

Lucindale 61 d Kybybolite 46 Keith 65 (M Harper, M Wachtel) d Mundulla 49 (A Wendelborn, D Wiese) Penola 79 (A Winter, S Skeer) d K/L United 25 (H Witmitz, N Hawker) Bordertown 77 (N Twigden, J Lange) d Padthaway 45 (K Ward, C McElroy)

A RESERVE Lucindale 50 d Kybybolite 42 Keith 61 (S Smith, S Traeger) d Mundulla 46 (J Wiese, M Parry) Penola 74 (C Bradley) d K/L United 26 (S Munn, P Munn) Bordertown 59 (C Stott, M Jarrett) d Padthaway 44 (H Grady, K Moyle-Read)

B GRADE

Lucindale 50 d Kybybolite 43 Keith 53 (T Rehn, G Clark) d Mundulla 35 (T Hillier, N Schneider) Penola 67 (T Galpin, A Redman) d K/L United 10 (M Fischer, K Hawker) Bordertown 38 (K Hicks, S Bywater) d Padthaway 33 (K Woodman, B Woodman)

C GRADE Kybybolite 48 d Lucindale 33 Keith 51 (H Harper, C Nicolai) d Mundulla 35 (M Leach, S Malcolm) Penola 52 (J Lucas, S Pitt) d K/L United 31 (L Hawker, K Merrett) Bordertown 51 (H Rodert, A Tink) d Padthaway 33 (J Pretlove, J Cockerell)

17 & UNDER Lucindale 49 d Kybybolite 42 Mundulla 34 (M Lowe, D Lovelock) d Keith 31 (A Rosenzweig, J Gilbertson) Penola 40 (K Skeer, S Summerhayes) d K/L United 34 (P Munn, C Dodson) Padthaway 41 (O Grundy, M Stringer) d Bordertown 19 (Z Hawker, T Puckridge)

16 & UNDER Kybybolite 51 d Lucindale 25 K/L United 51 (H Dreyer, C Palmer) d Penola 29 (R Merrett, E Hutchesson)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Tantanoola 46 (J. Walker, C. Walker) d Port MacDonnell 35 (A. Allen, T. Merrett); Robe 53 (A. Carslake-Hunt, C. Tucker) d Kongorong 48; Kalansgdoo 67 (A. Duncan, L. Duncan) d Hatherleigh 39 (M. Redman, L. MacGregor); Mt Burr 80 (L. Schultz, A. Guyett) d Nanwgarry 31 (T. Wilson, H. Conn)

A RESERVE

Port MacDonnell 50 (C. Tremelling, B. O’Dine) d Tantanoola 34 (A. Fensom, J. Matthews); Robe 51 (R. Nettle, J. Lworie-Read) d Kongorong 41 (K. Earl, R. Perry); Kalangadoo 60 (A. Paterson, J. Kilsby) d Hatherleigh 39 (E. Laucirica, A. Faulkner); Nangwarry 49 (M. Richardson, D. Pearce) d Mt Burr 34 (S. Lowndes, N. Chamber)

B GRADE

Port MacDonnell 60 (A. Byrne, I. Sneath) d Tantanoola 41 (B. Aberle, D. Rutkoswski); Robe 55 (K. Dening, L. Peel) d Kongorong 40 (S. Block, B. Holmes); Kalangadoo 51 (L. Mules, B. Thorn) d Hatherleigh 30 (K. Smith, M. Nunan); Mt Burr 45 (D. Smith, A. Smith-Muhovics) d Nangwarry 25 (B. Fullford, E. Holmes)

B RESERVE Tantanoola 60 (H. Radley, L. Hoffman) d Port MacDonnell 58 (R. McGregor, P. Killender); Kongorong 59 (J. Fosdike, A. Taylor) d Robe 29 (R. Maczkowiack, S. Nunan); Hatherleigh 48 (M. Butler, E. Major) d Kalangadoo 28 (A. Hawke, D. Mulligan); Mt Burr 60 (M. McRostie, H. Fraser) d Nangwarry 15 (M. Hodgson, K. McNair)

17 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 50 (Z. Aberle, L. Whitowrth) d Tantanoola 29 (C. McCallum, F. Roberts); Robe 65 (T. Nicolle, S. Haggett) d Kongorong 16 (A. Mullen, B. Bellinger); Kalangadoo 48 (J. Solly, A. Hartland) d Hatherleigh 44 (I. Howell, M. Butler); Mt Burr 38 (M. Bowering, M. Bevan) d Nangwarry 26 (T. Blok, N. Stewart)

15 & UNDER

15 & UNDER

Keith 59 (M Llewellyn, M Harper) d Mundulla 44 (E Mock, M Dowling) K/L United 40 (V Verrall, A Hawker) d Penola 30 (A Copping, A Henry)

Port MacDonnell 60 (M. Millard, K. Sneath) d Tantanoola 21 (C. Taylor, E. Clarke); Robe 40 (A. Birchall, A. Turner) d Kongorong 29 (I. Jenkin, M. Formosa); Kalangadoo 50 (S. Ryan, E. Mulraney) d Hatherleigh 44 (D. MacGregor, L. Chester); Mt Burr 45 (M. Johnston, K. Sharp) d Nangwarry 22 (N. Borman, M. Redden)

13 & UNDER A Lucindale 34 d Kybybolite 16 Keith 26 (K Lepley, K Dick) d Mundulla 6 (L Kennett, K Schneider) Penola 35 (A Morton, T Porter) d K/L United 15 Bordertown 35 (H Twigden, A Fuentes) d Padthaway 27 (A Frick, D Bell)

13 & UNDER B Penola 22 d K/L United 5 Bordertown 10 (S Carnemolla, A Saraosos) d Padthaway 8 (K Moreton, J Frick)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Cavendish 72 (C. Crawford, K. Pickford, H. Boxall) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 31 (S. Pevitt-Holmes, C. Tonissen, E. Brewster); Tyrendarra 65 (K. Nunn, E. Alexander, A, Curran) d Coleraine 33 (J. Templeton, H. Langley, B. Picken); Heathmere 56 (K. Pickert, E. Smith, H. Bell) d Heywood 40 (H. Friend, T. Morris, J. Lovett-Murray); Westerns 53 (T. Nelson, H. Bunney, T. Rowe) d Dartmoor 32 (C. Selleck, C. Finnigan, R. Vankalken)

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Cobden 74 d Portland 43 (L. Hockley, T. Morley, T. Purcell) Camperdown 64 d Hamilton Kangaroos 35 (R. Lewis)

Right (bottom) - South’s Riley Buckingham continues to develop in the Western Border A Grade competition.

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13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 60 (B. McPherson, S. Collins) d Tantanoola 26 (E. Cytrowski, M. Fauchelle); Robe 46 (B. Carter, R. Legoe) d Kongorong 21 (L. Gordon, H. McInnes); Hatherleigh 58 (B. Poulish, C. Golding) d Kalangadoo 24 (C. Peacock, E. Wurst); Mt Burr 46 (J. Holland, A. Falting) d Nangwarry 32 (K. Roissetter, E. Timms)


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Three former members of the Lower South East Hockey Association represented South Australia (SA) at the Under 21 Women’s National Championships played in Lismore last month. Hattie Shand (Naracoorte), Laura Edmonds (Redbacks) and Cody Lewis (West) all pulled on the State tri-colours for the week long event. While the team was quite young, it was a great opportunity for the players to compete against the best in Australia, including some current Hockeyroo squad members. South Australia had a tough draw but managed to finish third in their pool after the minor rounds. MINOR ROUND RESULTS SA lost to WA (1-2) SA lost to QLD (0-1) SA drew with NSWB (1-1) The girls then had to play New South Wales, last year’s champions, for a spot in the top four preliminary finals. The match was always going to be a challenge but was an extremely tight contest with New South Wales only managing to take the lead in the final minutes of the second quarter. They were able to maintain their lead until SA scored a spectacular diving goal early in the last quarter to equalise. The score remained level at the final whistle, taking the game to one-on-one shootouts to determine a deserving winner. After the score was still level after the first round of shootouts, it went “golden goal” where SA’s goalie managed to save NSW’s first attempt and SA then converted, sending them into the preliminary playoffs and a guaranteed top four finish. Unfortunately SA was unable to win their final two matches, losing to eventual champions Queensland, 2-0, and 1-0 against Western Australia in the bronze

It is safe to say this photo depicts what would be a rare occurrence in any football club in any competition in Australia. When East Gambier took to the field in its A Grade clash with Millicent in round 12, the Bulldogs line-up had five sets of brothers (from left) - Shaun & Nick Lock, Luke & Kevin Thomson, Fraser & Matt Scanlon, Shem & Tully Balshaw, Riley & Grady Janeway. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

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medal playoff. Shand was a standout in defence for SA as well as scoring a goal but unfortunately was unable to play in the final match due to an injury sustained in the previous game. Edmonds provided great drive and aggression as one of SA’s strikers and Lewis was solid in both defence and attack as one fo the team’s midfield players. Overall fourth was an outstanding result for such a young team, with any of the line-up still eligible to participate in the championships next year. Above (clockwise from left) - Laura Edmonds; Cody Lewis & Hattie Shand.

Australia’s world record-breaking teams pursuit track cycling squad will use the upcoming Visit Victoria-Campolina Tour of the Great South Coast as a key strength-building event in its preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The fivemember contingent of West Australian Sam Welsford, Victorians Leigh Howard and Kelland O’Brien, Adelaide’s Alex Porter and the Sydneybased Cameron Scott will give the six-day tour a massive boost of class and international prestige. Under the coaching guidance of 2007 Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic winner Tim Decker, the four-man line-up of Welsford, Porter, Howard and O’Brien won gold and smashed the world record in the teams pursuit final at last year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. In clocking 3 minutes 49.804 seconds, the quartet thrashed arch rivals Great Britain and became the first pursuit team to crash through the 3mins 50secs barrier for the 4000-metre distance. The team’s spectacular status as the kings of global track cycling was further enhanced at the world championships in Poland in February when they won the teams pursuit title and lowered their world record mark to a stunning 3mins 48.012secs. The brutallypowerful Welsford, who answers to a variety of nicknames including “The Animal,” climbed a step higher by winning the scratch race gold medal – only an hour after his teams pursuit conquest. Scott, who rode in the qualifying rounds in Brisbane and Poland but was an onlooker for both finals, may get his chance for personal glory in the six-day Great South Tour which starts with a traditional criterium at Mount Gambier’s Vansittart Park on Tuesday, August 27, and ends with another crit on Portland’s expansive waterfront on Sunday, September 1. A quiet achiever, Scott is an accomplished road rider, winning the three-race Criterium Cup at the Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals for the past two years. The squad will race under the Australian Cycling Academy banner. Decker and his riders are currently overseas but will return to Australia early in August. The South Australian-based coach has singled out the 541-kilometre eight-stage Great South Coast tour because of its variety of terrain and the addition of a ground-breaking teams time trial at Naracoorte on Thursday, August 29. The 16.4km time trial, from Naracoorte Showgrounds to the world heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves, will see teams take off at two-minute intervals in a contest billed as “the race of truth.” Decker is hopeful that his squad can annexe a clear-cut victory on the vineyard-dotted course. “The Great South Coast tour is a tremendous race because there’s something in the course for everybody,” Decker said. “It’s an important build-up event for us, with the Tokyo Olympics looming. “You’ve got to be a good bike rider to win this race – there’s nowhere to hide, whether it be in the hills around Casterton, the open windswept flats at Port MacDonnell or the three crits.” Founded in 2012, the eighth Tour of the Great South Coast is backed by the Victorian State Government and four municipalities – the City of Mount Gambier, District Council of Grant and Naracoorte Lucindale Council in South Australia, and Victoria’s Glenelg Shire Council. Entries close with Cycling Victoria on August 17. Left (from left) - Port MacDonnell’s Jess Trench looks for a down court option and Kirsty Neale & Marie Lewis battle for possession. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

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