Lifestyle1 Magazine Issue 800

Page 1

FREE TO HOMES IN THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA

ISSUE 800 | SEPTEMBER 26 - OCTOBER 2 2019 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

Same great team and excellent customer service, just a different name. See page 3 for details.

FREE



COMING EVENTS

COVER - SAME GREAT TEAM...JUST A DIFFERENT NAME The Paproth family have been servicing the electrical needs of the Limestone Coast and South West Victorian community for more than two decades, initially trading under the family name, then joining the Laser Electrical group in 2011 and as of next month, they will now be part of O’Brien Electrical. It has been a big 12 months for the locally owned and run operation, which also took on Elec-Air’s electrical customers when Quentin and Pam Pietsch decided to head off into their retirement sunset a few months ago. O’Brien and Laser Plumbing and Electrical have joined forces, which has brought about the change in name for the Paproth family business. “O’Brien has a history of excellent customer service and a desire to continually innovate and evolve and we are excited to become a part of a company that has provided customers with peace of mind for over 90 years and will be a part of its continued growth,” Jill Paproth said. The change from Laser Electrical to O’Brien Electrical is basically about branding and also continually expanding their buying power and the

support services on offer by being part of a such an established and diverse national company. So, while the uniforms, signage and badging on the vehicles has been updated, it will be the same friendly, expert team of locals servicing your electrical needs. O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier will have the same commitment to great service and solving your electrical problems with real care that was the foundation of S & J Electrical, the name of Symon and Jill’s business when they first opened its doors at the family home in Glencoe in 1991 and when they relocated to a purpose built premises in Mount Gambier in 2008. The locally trained workforce, with Symon and Jill’s children, Bonnie Rothall & Dane Paproth, who are now also

INSIDE LINE MOUNTAIN BIKE STATE SERIES - ROUND SIX BROWNES LAKE • MOUNT GAMBIER October 5 & 6 (Pictured)

MILLICENT ORCHID SOCIETY ANNUAL SPRING SHOW ST ALPHONSUS HALL MILLICENT October 5-7

directors of the family run operation, continues to service the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria across all residential, commercial and industrial electrical services. The local team at O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier, which recently transitioned to the NBN, is looking forward to your call with the new local prefix 7723 2300 with fully qualified, licensed, professional and experienced

personnel who are ready to help with your electrical needs.

KINGSTON SHOW

Above – O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier’s administration staff –Bonnie Rothall; Jill Paproth; Amber Telfer & Nicola Batten.

LIONS DISTRICT 201 C2 CONVENTION

KINGSTON FOOTBALL CLUB October 6 & 7

ON THE COVER: O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier directors - Symon Paproth; Jill Paproth; Dane Paproth & Bonnie Rothall. PHOTOS BY FRANK MONGER

O’BRIEN ELECTRICAL MOUNT GAMBIER OFFERING RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES Service & Maintenance • Solar Design & Installation, including PV Panels & Batteries New Homes • Renovations • Home Automation Switchboard Upgrades • Large Commercial Projects • Industrial Programming • Data & Communication Test & Tag • Thermography • Underground Service Locations • Civil Works, including Trenching

WEIRD & WONDERFUL SOUTH EAST ART SOCIETY MEMBERS EXHIBITION MOUNT GAMBIER VISITOR CENTRE (FORMERLY THE LADY NELSON) MOUNT GAMBIER Until October 13

O’BRIEN ELECTRICAL 18 Calula Drive Mount Gambier Ph: 7723 2300

TEST

No two spider webs are the same.

ITALO-AUSTRALIA CLUB & LIONS MEMORIAL PARK AT LAKES PRECINCT MOUNT GAMBIER October 11-13

YOUR HEARING

Do you suspect that your hearing is not as good as it used to be? The following questions will allow you to make a quick assessment: 1. Do people seem to mumble or speak in a softer voice than they use to?

YES

NO

2. Do you sometimes miss key words in a sentence, or frequently need to ask people to repeat themselves? 3. When you are in a group, or in a crowded restaurant, is it difficult for you to follow the conversation? 4. When you are together with other people, does background noise bother you?

Sales Sales Editorals

Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Di Gould 0401 042 302 editorial@lifestyle1.net Manager Jason Allen 0417 285 163 Web lifestyle1.net Email mail@lifestyle1.net Office Office 1, 20 Penola Road, Mt Gambier Print 18,500 copies Distribution Letterbox, Australia Post Outlets, Newsagencies, Supermarkets, Petrol Stations and General Stores Padthaway KINGSTON

6. Has someone close to you mentioned that you might have a problem with your hearing?

IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT US FOR A

FREE ASSESSMENT

Frances

NARACOORTE R Lucindale

SA

ROBE Beachport

Southend Mt Burr

Apsley Edenhope Coonawarra PENOLA Nangwarry Tarpeena

CASTERTON

VIC

Kalangadoo Glencoe Tantanoola

MOUNT GAMBIER A

Ph: 8724 9976

Coleraine

MILLICENT

We support recycling

5. Do you need to turn up the volume on your TV or radio?

HAMILTON Digby Branxholme

Moorak Condah Kongorong Carpenter Rocks Dartmoor Allendale Donovans Nelson Port MacDonnell HEYWOOD Narrawong

PORTLAND

Your Hearing Centre

Details contained in this magazine have been compiled from information supplied by advertisers. No responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of information contained here in. Prospective purchasers should rely on their own enquiries.

lifestyle1.net | 03

E: admin@alldigitalhearing.com.au OR Call into our office at 8c Helen Street Mount Gambier


RETAIL GIANT MYER COMES KNOCKING Ashlee Kalantarian continues to write new chapters in her story as her headwear and jewellery designs continue to become highly sought after by stockists, stylists, and the celebrities for who they work. Most recently the award winning designer and manufacturer has entered into a partnership with Myer and earlier this month, she was an invited guest at the Myer Spring Fashion Launch, as fashion and racing industry elite ushered in two months where fashion claims equal billing with the horses. And Ashlee was not there just to enjoy a good meal and a glass or two of bubbles, her pieces were set for the runway as part of the launch and it was a networking opportunity to good to

refuse. As has happened so often in the Ashlee Lauren Designs story, it was Myer that came knocking on her door, not the other way round. “Myer got in touch back in February and I assume it was through my social media as that is where most people find me and get in touch,” Ashlee said. “I did a lot of hash tagging of Myer leading up to them contacting me and I guess it paid off.” With her pieces gracing celebrities, yet another way the Ashlee Lauren name has made its way to the halls of high fashion. Ashlee’s initial meeting with Myer was intriguing and arguably aside from the amazing news they wanted

to stock her pieces, was the fact they could basically pick her pieces out of a line-up. “It was amazing to hear them say how unique my pieces were and whenever they saw one they knew it was mine,” Ashlee said. You can be assured, it was yet another whirlwind preparation for her Myer meeting, which was on April 30, with the department store hierarchy asking for a look book of her designs, which she had all of 10 days to complete, which included creating new pieces, photographing the pieces and getting the look book finalised. But getting a mammoth task like that done and to a high quality was made easier courtesy of connections

Come along to welcome żǀƣ ƫƠĪĜŏÿŧ ǜŏƫŏƸżƣƫ‫܋‬

JORDAN, MILLER AND

KALE

2019 LEGO® Master Contestants

LEGO® FAN EVENT 6TH & 7TH OCT 10:00AM to 5:00PM LEGO® MODELS & DISPLAYS FROM LOCAL AND INTERSTATE BUILDERS + INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS + LEGO® PLAY AREA + ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES + CHILDREN'S BUILDING COMPETITION FINALISTS + LEGO® FOR SALE: NEW AND USED + PRIZES AND CHALLENGES + PHOTOBOOTH + LEGO® CHARACTERS + FOOD AND DRINK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

MOUNT GAMBIER SHOWGROUNDS

$7

well as new creations. Her first Myer order was 58 crowns and 108 pairs of earrings and after just one week, Myer was back in touch ordering more. This is where the story gets interesting – Ashlee said no. “Obviously this is my busiest time of year and I just couldn’t fill another order and they were fine with that,” Ashlee said. She had 80 crowns to deliver to her other stockists and then there’s the individual orders and also making sure she is well stocked for, what are always, last minute requests, from stylists for their celebrity clients. The Myer connection now has Ashlee in another predicament – maintaining her personal touch with all the handcrafted pieces but also taking opportunities which will see Ashlee Lauren continue to become a big name in the accessories game. Changes are also afoot at Ashlee Lauren Designs thanks to the United States tour Ashlee went on as part of her win in the eNVIsion Entrepreneur Awards, through Flinders University. “It did give me an insight into the steps I would need to take to get even bigger in the business,” Ashlee said. I t also saw Ashlee sharpen her focus on being a sustainable business and minimising her carbon footprint. “We have already taken steps by using biodegradable packaging,” she said. “The next step will be upcycling plastics. I am playing around with it but there is still a lot of work to do. It will mean setting up a whole new workshop, making moulds but it is definitely a work in progress.” Far left - The Zariah crown & earrings set. Left (centre)- A model wearing an Ashlee Lauren crown at the Myer Spring Racing Fashion Lunch earlier this month.

$20

EFTPOS AVAILABLE PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR CHILDREN UNDER THREE ARE FREE

Ashlee has fostered in the fashion industry over the past few years. “I reached out to Chris Kontas from Adelaide Fashion Week and he sorted out models and a photographer and he had 100 dresses from couture designers all over Adelaide there when I arrived for the shoot,” Ashlee said. “When you see how quickly the models get the money shoot, you can see the difference it makes using professionals and the photographer was amazing. She was editing the photo as we went along, they were edited in about 10 seconds. If you pay professionals to do it the results are just phenomenal.” There is no doubt Myer knew what they wanted and went out and got it and Ashlee Lauren Designs is the first designer where Myer is stocking not just the crowns but sets, including earrings, with the respected retailer ordering some of her most popular pieces, as

Left - Ashlee ready to head to the Myer Spring Racing Fashion Lunch.

¼Ŋŏƫ ĪǜĪŲƸ ƫǀƠƠżƣƸƫ àĪƸ Noses Animal Rescue

Above - Ashlee Kalantarian contineus to be hands on with her ever expanding business.

ßS®S¼ æ à/ ®S¼/‫ ܈‬ààà܏ ¦S fG r S/¦܏ r܏ à h/G ‫ ޤ‬ŏƫ ÿ ƸƣÿģĪŰÿƣŤ żł ƸŊĪ h/G ‫ ޤ‬GƣżǀƠ żł ĜżŰƠÿŲŏĪƫ ǝŊŏĜŊ ģżĪƫ ŲżƸ ƫƠżŲƫżƣ‫ ܉‬ÿǀƸŊżƣŏƫĪ‫ݎ܉‬żƣ ĪŲģżƣƫĪ ƸŊŏƫ ĪǜĪŲƸ܏

lifestyle1.net | 04



CELEBRATING WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE The District Council of Grant will celebrate generations of local women working to achieve change in the past, present and future in an exhibition to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of Women’s’ Suffrage. On 18 December 1894, a landmark piece of legislation was passed in the South Australian Parliament titled the Adult Suffrage Bill. The legislation was one of the most significant, historic moments in our history and was brought about as the result of a decade-long struggle. The Bill enabled South Australia to become the first electorate in the world to give equal political rights to all citizens of South Australia, including indigenous women. It meant that South Australian women became the first in the world who could not only vote but also stand as candidates for parliament. The District Council of Grant will commemorate this milestone by celebrating women from our district who have made a significant contribution to the lives of other women, children and the greater community, past and present. An exhibition celebrating those special women who have affected other’s lives in a positive way will be curated using nominations from the community. It is hoped that women from different eras and different fields will be nominated by the public. “We hope to receive information from the public about women who may have lived in earlier times, the likes of pioneering or war-time veterans, through to those still working on projects today,” asid project coordinator Linda Hay. “They may not have changed laws, but they may have done something special that enacted change or helped others in our district live better lives. We are looking for women

who made a difference in fields such as education, arts and culture, health, agriculture, sport, indigenous, migrant, armed services or leadership, and are open to other suggestions. It may be your Grandma, your neighbour or a historic figure” In the 19th century, Australian women had very few legal rights. Married women surrendered all property and any wages earned to their husbands. Husbands were the sole legal guardian of any children from a marriage and they could remove them from a mother’s care at any time, even bequeathing their care to other people in their will. At the time many parliamentarians felt that women were not emotionally or intellectually capable of properly participating in politics. The female suffragists struggled against prejudicial views of women that were embedded in society and the law and believed that if they could vote they could elect candidates who would legislate to improve society generally and strengthen the position of women and children in particular. The suffragists wrote to newspapers,

made public speeches and held rallies and marches. Groups of women held discussions with important political figures and the longest petition ever was presented to the South Australian Parliament. It is women like these that Council wish to celebrate, women who have rallied to make a difference to others in society in some way. To nominate a women you consider worthy of celebrating, please complete the nomination form found at www. dcgrant.sa.gov.au/ 125th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage or contact Linda Hay at the District Council of Grant on (08)8721 0444 for more information. Nominations close Tuesday, October 8. The exhibition will be held at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex Gallery at the end of the year. Above - Photo courtesy of the State Library of South Australia: B 57605: South Australian women staging a protest in 1916 in support of English suffragette activity. South Australian women had already won the right to vote on 18 December 1894.

NEW CEO APPOINTED Darryl Whicker is set to be the next CEO of the District Council of Grant. Darryl comes with a background of working in large city councils as well as in his current position working for a rural council in the Flinders Ranges where he has led the team in the capacity of acting chief executive officer for nine months. His 20 years’ experience in local government brings a wealth of knowledge on customer service, administration, procurement, risk management, governance and emergency management, internal audit and strong financial management. Darryl’s knowledge across all sectors within councils’ organisation is impressive along with his commitment to be part of our community and his ability to build relationships with elected members and staff will set council on a path of success. Darryl’s appointment will bring energy, enthusiasm and a real focus on strategies and leadership development within the organisation and the community along with a focus on service delivery and community aspirations being a consideration in long term planning for the area. “My family and I are excited with my appointment and the opportunity it presents and we are looking forward to living within the District Council of Grant community,” Darryl said. “The South East coast is beautiful and boasts fantastic beaches and facilities with the amenity of the whole area and services being a real feature with plenty of activities with much to see and do. I look forward to engaging with elected members and staff and the wider community to deliver strategies, outcomes and services that enhance the lifestyle and increase the economic opportunities while still delivering sound financial outcomes.” Mr Whicker will officially commence his role on Monday, October 28. lifestyle1.net | 06



COLLECTED STUPIDITY - WINNER WINNER, CHICKEN DINNER… By ROBBIE TANSEL I haven’t heard the results or checked my ticket for the one hundred and fifty million dollar Powerball megadraw tonight. I’m going to guess that I’ve probably won though for the simple reason that I think it’s my turn. I’m the lucky winner you’ve heard about. This isn’t the first time I’ve bought a lotto ticket. On several previous occasions I’ve decided to buy a ticket, hoping that I might be the lucky winner. Sure, I know it’s a one in one hundred and thirty million chance, but that’s the same chance that plenty of previous winners have had. So if they’ve won, why shouldn’t I win? As I said, I’ve bought tickets before and I haven’t been the person who has won the division one prize. I’ll be honest, I don’t think it’s very fair that I haven’t had a chance at winning. Fair’s fair. I would say that it’s borderline discrimination. It’s not fair that some people get the prize money and they don’t give it to me, just because I don’t have the right numbers on my ticket. That doesn’t sound very fair, does it? Why should someone get special treatment just because they happen to have the right numbers. But since this is the time when it’s my turn to win, I’ve put plenty of

thought into what I’m going to do with my winnings. Obviously being a multi-millionaire is not going to change my day to day life at all. I’ll be at my job the next day, completely business as usual. Having a job to do will give me a continued purpose and ensure I do something meaningful with my time. Who am I kidding? I’ll give as many of my co-workers as possible the bird as I moonwalk out the door and start planning my first round the world holiday. I have got extensive plans for my winnings though. Let me tell you about them. For starters, I’ve spoken in the past of my love for new socks, so I’ll be buying a new pair of socks each day. There’s nothing better than new socks. I know that a fancy car is nice, but you can’t realistically expect to have a new car each day, even if you win $150,000,000. Do the maths for yourself. $150,000,000 divide by an average $30,000 car. That’s five thousand cars. That’s just short of fourteen years where you can have a new car. And let’s be honest, you’re probably going to buy a Ferrari every now and then, so you’re probably going to be through your $150,000,000 quicker than that. Plus you’ll probably need to build new sheds regularly to house them all. Contrast that to spending your $150,000,000 on an average ten dollar pair of socks. That’s still 15,000,000 days, or over 41,000 years worth of

Complete Real Estate • For open times refer to www.completerealestate.com.au Gebhardts Real Estate • THU 26th 4.45-5.15 16 Dalkeith Dr • THU 26th 5.00-5.30 2 Blyth St • THU 26th 5.00-5.30 20 Cobblestone Crt • THU 26th 5.30-6.00 5 Hilltop Ave • FRI 27th 4.45-5.15 1 Chauvel St • FRI 27th 5.00-5.30 4 Shepherdson Rd • FRI 27th 5.30-6.00 46 Harrald St • SAT 28th 9.30-10.00 2 Skyline Pl • SAT 28th 10.15-10.45 2 Palamountain St Malseeds Real Estate • WED 25th 12.00-12.30 87 Crouch St North

socks. Think of how great your feet would feel. Knowing that I probably won’t live for 41,000 years, I have made other plans for my winnings. One key plan is to hire a hitman to sort out some problems. Realistically, what point is there being rich if you still have to share the planet with people who drive you crazy. I’ve got a list, and I’ll employ some people to make sure my list gets shorter. I’m going to invest a substantial amount of money in worthy causes. One key cause that I have a very deep attachment to is making sure that no local pizza shops go out of business. I still hurt deeply due to there no longer

the ‘other red varieties’ class has also grown year on year, with Cabernet Franc overtaking Tempranillo as the on-trend variety for the first time this year.” Guest international judge Michelle Bouffard, from Montreal, Canada, said she was looking forward to tasting a wide selection of Cabernet Sauvignon

being a Pizza Hut in Mount Gambier. I’m sure I’ll never be the same, and I don’t think we can let that happen again. Obviously I would donate money to reputable charities as well because mentally committing to doing that gives you an improved chance of actually winning lotto, right? Anyway, if you’re a long lost cousin and want to put a claim down on some of my $150,000,000 email me at robbietansel@gmail.com Just be careful though. You might be on my list and this might assist me in finding you.

• WED 25th 5.00-5.30 21 Powell St • THU 26th 12.00-12.30 65 Cardinia St • THU 26th 3.30-4.00 10 Kealy St, Millicent • THU 26th 4.15-5.00 30600 Princess Highway, Millicent • THU 26th 5.00-5.30 1 Tenison Dr • THU 26th 5.15-5.45 11 Flinders Tce • THU 26th 6.00-6.15 11 Yeates St • THU 26th 6.00-6.30 15 Aramanta Dr • FRI 27th 5.00-5.30 4 Anthony St Elders Real Estate • SAT 28th 9.30-10.00 48 Tollner Rd • SAT 28th 10.15-10.45 123 Kilsby Rd, Moorak • SAT 28th 11.00-11.30 12 Telopea Crt, Worrolong Ruralco Property • SUN 29th 12.00-12.30 4 Noojee St • SUN 29th 1.30-2.00 1 Silverbrook Ave

EPIC WINE SHOW EXPECTED The entries are in for the next month’s Limestone Coast Wine Show (LCWS), and Sparkling wine has emerged as the standout class for 2019. With local sparkling nominations almost doubling those of last year, the party wine is continuing its stunning comeback. The LCWS committee’s Sarah Pidgeon said people were looking for fun wines. “The growing interest in sparkling wine is very much a national trend, and Australian producers are certainly making more refined, elegant styles in response to this demand,” she said. “Sparkling really thrives in our region’s cool climate and ancient soils, so the wine show represents a real opportunity for local producers to make a splash and capture the judges’ attention.” A total of 79 producers representing all seven Limestone Coast regions have nominated their favourite drops for the October 22-24 show. The Two-Year-Old Cabernet class has retained its title as most popular category - no surprise, given the firm hero status of Cabernet Sauvignon in the Limestone Coast. However, there are strong signs of growth among several other varieties. “It’s always interesting to look at the trends regarding wine show entries,” said Sarah Pidgeon. “There is slow growth in the Rose class and Pinot Noir,

OPEN INSPECTIONS

Samantha Connew, will spend two days taste-testing a total of 496 top local drops at the Coonawarra Hall on October 22-23. The 2019 Limestone Coast Wine Show winners will be announced at a Trophy presentation feast on Thursday October 24 in Penola, with event organiser Peta Baverstock preparing for one the biggest dinners in the show’s 19 year history. “Pipers of Penola are catering in the fabulous Rymill Hall with the theme for the dinner being ‘Spring Bud Burst’,” Peta said. “Twenty-two trophies and awards will be awarded on the night with attendees able to taste previous wine show winners, with a focus on early drinking styles as we celebrate all things spring.” A limited number of tickets are still available for the dinner, which is being hosted by the Coonawarra Wine Region. For tickets, please visit https:// limestonecoastwine.com.au/wine-show/ dinner2019/

while also exploring the diversity beyond the region’s flagship variety: “The offering in the Canadian market is very limited, and I am very much looking forward to discovering the depth of what the Limestone Coast has to offer,” she said. Three panels led by Chief of Judges, lifestyle1.net | 08

Far left (from top) - International judge Michelle Bouffard & Chief of Judges Samantha Connew. Left (from top) - Judges Jeremy Prideaux & Sue Hodder.

Peter Dempsey @ Realty • SAT 28th 11.30-1200 2 Twila Gr • SAT 28th 10.45-11.15 10 Sandstone Crt • SAT 28th 10.00-10.30 17 Balambool Ave • SAT 28th 12.30-1.15 87 Milstead St, Port MacDonnell Blue Lake Real Estate • THU 26th 5.15-5.45 5 Mulga St Key 2 Sale • SAT 28th 9.00-9.30 3 Cobblestone Crt • SUN 29th 12.00-12.30 47 Crane Ln, Mil-Lel

COUNTRY MUSIC AFTERNOON The South East Country Music Association is holding its monthly concert on October 6 at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club, with Hall of Famer Kevin Sporer (pictured), Mark & Nanette the headline acts. Afternoon tea is available with the session running from 1-5pm. The afternoon is $12 for non-members and $8 for members and walk ups are welcome.


MAKE SURE YOUR LIVING ROOM IS LIVEABLE

CREATING AN ON TREND BATHROOM LOOK GOING GREEN Plants bring the garden inside to bring a pensive courtyard ambience to a bathroom and a natural burst of life. Choose the type of plant based on the light levels and airflow in your bathroom and provided there is plenty of light to sustain it, the sky, or is that, the ceiling, is the limit. LIGHT IT UP Getting light right in the bathroom is crucial to its functionality, particularly around the vanity area and backlighting the mirror is the ultimate n getting your bathroom lighting just right. Adequate lighting can come from overhead but the soft light referred from a backlit vanity mirror adds a complimentary warm glow that’s functional and flattering.

GET BACK TO BLACK Not traditinoally a colour palette used in bathrooms but elegance takes a dark and moody turn with bathroom cabinetry trending to the darker side of the colour chart. Charcoals, stone greys and pure black make for a sophisticated palette that can be matched with anything from marble to metallic, glass and granite. its functionality, particularly around the vanity area. Adequate lighting can come from overhead but the soft light referred from a backlit vanity mirror adds a complimentary warm glow that’s functional and flattering.

You spend so much time in your living area so it needs to be inviting, 12 monrhs of the year. Follow these tips to make sure your living area is hwere you adn your family enjoy living... • To create instant cosiness it’s all about getting the right seasonal layers and updating them as the season's change. For example, in summer, change cushions to fresher, brighter colours and choose floaty throws in linen and soft blues; in winter go for texture and warmth in your colour palette, like chunky throws and earthy tones. • Add texture and warmth to your room with a rug, not only will it keep your toes nice and warm, rugs also keep the heat in. If your home is open plan use an oversized rug to help frame the living space. • In a small room, it's tempting to place your sofa along the wall, try bringing it forward and anchor it with a rug and side table. Clear the space behind the sofa, creating a clear thoroughfare for a clever and cosy use of space. • A feature wall is another great way to add depth and warmth to your living space. Wallpaper? Colour? Timber detailing? It’s up to you. • There’s nothing warm and cosy about looking at mess and clutter. Look for out of the box storage solutions that keep mess out of sight. Think woven baskets, functional furniture and built-in cupboards.

STICKS & STONES The combination of timber and stone is timeless and perfect for a bathroom, where hard-wearing stone and other hard surfaces are softened by the textures of timber.

What conditions Massage, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Myotherapy may help: ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

Anxiety and depression Headache and migraine Infertility and IVF support

ACUPUNCTURE

Menstrual disorders / PMS management

✔ Skin conditions (psoriasis, acne etc.)

✔ Digestive system problems ✔ Insomnia and menopause ✔ Post chemotherapy and ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

Chinese Medical Centre since 1995

radiotherapy support Sports injuries, muscular injuries Carpal tunnel syndrome Tennis elbow, tendonitis, bursitis Neck, shoulder and back pain Sciatic, leg, knee and foot pain )PSNPOF *NCBMBODFT

200 Commercial St East, Mt Gambier • Ph 08 8725 7188 or 0430 911 680 • www.mgcmc.com.au lifestyle1.net | 09

MASSAGE

Chronic bronchitis, common cold

HERBAL MEDICINE

Business Hours:

Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm Saturday & other times by appointment


RLA 263296


PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

VE

O ND

R

YS SA

L SE

L!

0418 854 393 N OPE T S A 510:45AM 11:1

N OPET S A 03 11: 0PM 12:0

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

10 SANDSTONE COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME $329,950 Ideal for the larger family with 4 bedrooms and office 3 living areas plus 2 bathrooms. Located in a quite cul-de-sac with parklands and playgrounds only a stones throw away. Brick home in good condition inside and out. Split system airconditioning, open kitchen meals family room plus formal lounge and tv room, covered patio area, looking over private secure yard, ideal for kids and pets. Double carport plus double garage, ideal for the handy man.

SPACIOUS QUALITY FAMILY HOME $369,000 Inspection will impress in this quality family home. nestled in a lovely part of conroe heights, featuring open plan living, modern colours and new floor coverings. huge classy solid timber kitchen with step in pantry and heaps of cupboard and bench space. ducted central heating plus split system airconditioning keep the home the perfect temperature all year round.

N OPET S A 012:3 PM 1:15

N OPET S A 010:00AM 10:3

17 BALAMBOOL AVENUE MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

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

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

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

QUALITY HOME $299,950 This home ticks all the boxes. spacious bedrooms, main with walk in robe and en-suite, large timber kitchen modern appliances, lounge dining area, family room, kitchen meals area, covered patio, gas ducted heating plus split system airconditioning.

FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT $169,000 Perfect home unit located in a quite cul-de sac with open plan living, upgraded kitchen and laundry/ bathroom, split system airconditioning, lovely private yard, ideal for children with undercover parking/ entertaining area.

PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME $235,000 Make life easy with this fantastic holiday home, located metres from the sea, cafes and parks. up stairs 3 bedrooms sleeping for 10, with decking area and sea views. Downstairs, kitchen meals family area, slow combustion heating, separate toilet and shower.

PERFECT FAMILY HOME $349,500- $359,500 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.

22A HEDLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER

8 HELPMANN AVENUE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

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

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

BUILDING ALLOTMENT $149,000 Beautiful inner city allotment, ideal for townhouse living. your design or ours your builder or ours. choose your fixture and fittings. northern aspects with views, save thousands on stamp duty. walk to café’s and shops. rsl bowling at your door. Life made easy.

FANTASTIC LOCATION $329,000 Beautifully presented home just walk in and enjoy. located close to schools and parks. character solid brick and tile, with low maintenance in mind. 4 bedrooms 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms, solid timber kitchen. R aked ceilings, all weather alfresco area.

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.

IDEAL INVESTMENT OR FIRST HOME $226,000 Situated in a quite cul-de-sac in the popular conroe heights. brick home 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. vendor says sell.

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

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

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

UNIT 2C CLEZY CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

THE BEST ADDRESS OFFERS INVITED Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water orchard.

PRICED TO SELL $229,950 Ready for inspection anytime is this immaculate 3 bedroom home. A great workshop off the house, ideal for handy man, 2nd living area upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher with heaps of cupboards, lounge room with electric heating and cooling.

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 en-suite. Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning,

LIKE NEW, GREAT LOCATION $247,500 Ideal for the retiree, couple, single or b&b. perfect location close to shops. like new condition this home has 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes, open kitchen meals living area. modern kitchen. community title, gas heating. Enclosed back patio area to use all year round.

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

| www.atrealty.com.au


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 16 Dalkeith Drive

NEW

2 Blyth Street

2

$329,000

1

5 Hilltop Avenue

1 Chauvel Street

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE 4

20 Cobblestone Court

Deceptively spacious family home offering a stunning Northern outlook. Large living areas & bedroom sizes. Large OPEN block over 1,000m2 and rear access. Located THUR close to quality schools. 4.45-5.15 Vendor keen to sell.

3

$185,000

2

Fantastic well maintained home close to local shopping centre, school & bus route. Many extras on offer here OPEN and an inspection is THUR sure to impress. 5.00 - 5.30

NEW

4 Shepherdson Road

1

4

2

2

$469,000

Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you won’t be disappointed OPEN here – the definition of THUR splendour! In conjunction 5.00-5.30 with Key2Sale Real Estate.

NEW

2 Skyline Place

46 Harrald Street

3

2

$390,000

4

Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for OPEN those looking for low THUR maintenance living and 5.30-6.00 flat rear yard access.

NEW

2 Palamountain Street

3

1

4

$199,950 $219,000

A good offering for 1st home buyer/ investor offering large living area, upgraded bathroom, covered entertaining OPEN and fantastic car FRI accommodation. Ready 4.45 - 5.15 to inspect and impress!

1 Holloway Street Donovans

NEW PRICE 3

1

$329,500

2

3

1

$296,500

3

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 FRI of shedding is also on offer 5.30 - 6.00 – inspect ASAP!

A wonderful family lifestyle awaits! A quality and well loved home in a desirable location close to the City centre. Huge allotment over OPEN 1,400m2 - room for extra shedding, close to quality FRI schools. 5.00 - 5.30

Haviland Court Port MacDonnell

Unit 1/8 Helen Street

Priced from $140,000 HAVILAND COURT • Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township • Ranging between 1ha – 2ha • Services include power and Telstra • 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing • Fully bitumised road throughout • Allotments oh so close to the beach

1

1

$189,500

4

2

2

$395,000

From the striking front façade to the fantastic layout and expansive backyard this is a home that just keeps giving. OPEN The idyllic family home SAT in the always popular 9.30 - 10.00 Conroe Heights.

$529,000

2

7

2

1

2

Avail 30/10/19 $200 per week

6/69 Bay Road

2

1

1

Avail 18/10/19 $200 per week NEW

58 Milstead St, Port MacDonnell

3

1

5

Avail Now $250 per week NEW

64 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

3

1

1

Avail 11/10/19 $280 per week

7 Shelley Crescent

4

2

2

Avail 17/10/19 $360 per week

45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

3

1

2

Avail now $600 per week

he absolute dream for the family who love to entertain, the all weather entertaining area and inground swimming pool will impress, highly sought after location, great OPEN car accommodation ticks all of the boxes, phone SAT for your inspection STAT 10.15 - 10.45 - EXCEPTIONAL!

approx 3600m2

$255,000

1

P.O.A. GRAND CENTRAL MOTEL – FREEHOLD ONLY Rare investment opportunity. Well maintained Motel consisting of 23 units & a private residence. In the heart of the city, long secure lease & strong return, large land size, zoned CCE (city centre)

6-101 Jubilee Hwy East

$174,500

1

Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

NEW

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

$650,000

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

2

$85,000

a 1,397m2 approx

6 Helen Street

3/6 Coolabah Street

6/69 Bay Road

21 Shepherdson Rd

$399,000

4

$50,000 + SAV

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

Gebhardts Property Management

3

5 Ralston Road

PLOENGES MARINE • Family owned and operated business for over 40 years • Well established with loyal customer base Specialising in Marine sales – service – spares • Large site and display area • Exceptional street exposure • Key brand Mercury specialist • Ideal for mechanically minded people • Huge opportunity for growth and to take this family run business to another level • Contact Agents for more details

4

3

NEW

2 Hawk Place

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.

RENTALS UNITS\HOUSES

3

$240,000

12 Callahan Place

A desirable community title unit in a quality complex. Appealing neutral decore, covered outdoor area and garage UMR. Currently leased until August 2020 @ $225 p/week. Secure investment.

2

343 Commercial Street West

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!

7/28 Queens Avenue

2

4

2

1

1

$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!

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

21 Shepherdson Road

7 Shelley Crescent

Avail 18/10/19

Avail 30/10/19

Avail 17/10/19

2 1 1 $200 pw • Two bedrooms both with built in robes • Separate lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Kitchen/ Dine with electric cooking • Carport under main roof • Quiet location • Storage shed • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

2 1 2 $200 pw • 2 good sized bedrooms • Spacious lounge room with gas heater • Eat in kitchen with electric stove • Family room with pot belly stove • Rear sunroom • Large secure rear yard • Double length carport & workshop • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

4 2 2 $360 pw • 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, ensuite with shower & vanity only • Two living areas, downstairs with s/c heating • Kitchen with electric cooking • Entertaining deck area overlooking city • Double garage • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

lifestyle1.net | 12


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

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

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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

2194 Carpenter Rocks Road

4

1

$279,500

1

Neat as a pin 8 acre residence (approx) located a short 20 minute drive from Mount Gambier and a short drive to the Coast, Offering 4 bedrooms, large lounge, eat-in kitchen, older shedding. A rare offering with great rural setting and views.

3 McEwin Avenue, Tarpeena

3

1

NEW

8 Winfield Court

1

1

$220,000 to $230,000

5 Bond Street

1

2

49 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

NEW

$345,000 SEASIDE INVESTMENT – FREEHOLD ONLY It’s all about location – A prime building to purchase prominently positioned in the beachfront of Port MacDonnell. Long term lease and strong return. Contact agent for more details. “Freehold Only”. 7 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell

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

4

$750,000 + GST MASSIVE SHEDDING, HUGE OPPORTUNITY Versatile site offering many options. Building area approx 1,200m2. High clearance heavy duty warehouse. Large access doors – 3 phase power. Plenty of room for further extensions. Total land area 4,236m2. Zoned light industry. Huge potential for the discerning buyer

$89,000

3

Neat & tidy Mount Gambier stone home, three bedrooms, large kitchen/ dining, updated bathroom. Private rear yard, handy 9mx6m colorbond shed.

3

NEW

7 Ramsay Avenue

3

1

NEW

$289,500

2

This beautifully maintained seaside abode will appeal to the fussiest buyer – live only metres from the beach – Inspect asap!

48 Jubilee Hwy West

$305,000

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

RENTALS 58 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell

NEW

4

1

2

1

$245,000

1

Front street facing unit with a small garden/grass area. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/ family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location.

78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell NEW

4

2

$900,000

4

Resort style luxury by the sea. Morning walks on the beach – refreshing sea breezes and sunsets from your front or rear balcony – two street frontage – huge array of high clearance shedding and large shop area with many uses and potential. Upstairs residence leased. 78A Sea Parade Port MacDonnell

3

2

NEW

$420,000

2

The ultimate in seaside luxury – upmarket town house overlooking the bustling breakwater & ocean views. Quality & style throughout – private balcony & 2 street frontage with shedding & parking.

4/69 Bay Road

$172,000

2

NEW

1/37 Bertha Street

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

2

1

COMMERCIAL

2

1

$245,000

1

Excellent opportunity for the buyer looking to downsize or a fantastic investment. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location. 67 Meylin Street, Pt MacDonnell

3

1

NEW

$239,000

1

Located only footsteps to the beach is this lovely cottage full of charm – the perfect Seaside retreat or permanent residence – walk to everything and enjoy the unbeatable beachside lifestyle!

NEW

9 Eustace Street

4

1

$295,000

2

Situated in a sought after location, this delightful home offers a lifestyle of being within walking distance of the city centre. As you enter the home you will feel the warmth and style – this beauty is waiting for you!

$175,000

1

2

1

$175,000

1

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!

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

94 Commercial Street East

NEW

3/37 Bertha Street

2

1

1

$245,000

Quiet rear unit in a small tidy complex of three. Two large bedrooms both with B.I.R’s, fresh & modern open plan kitchen/meals/family area plus room for an extra vehicle. Sought after location.

NEW

22 Saint Martins Drive

4

2

2

$375,000

This stunning family home is located close to St Martins Lutheran College and McDonald Park Primary School – family friendly with great walking paths and reserves – the kids and dogs will love it!

9 Turnbull Drive

3

2

8

$489,500

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.

15 Noojee Street

2/20 Brigalow Crescent

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.

Gebhardts Property Management

NEW

2/37 Bertha Street

a 416m2 (approx.)

$114,500

Low maintenance allotment on own title. Quiet cul-de-sac location, walking distance to City Centre. Surrounded by other quality homes ready to build, established fencing

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

2/2 James Street

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

1 /2 James Street 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3 1 5 $250 pw • 3 bedroom cottage • Kitchen with electric cooking & gas heating • Huge family/dining area with sc wood heater • Small office • 3 car garage with internal access • Easy to maintain grounds & secure yard • Pets negotiable **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East 2B Helen Street

Avail Now

Avail Now

Avail Now

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

• 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Don’t miss out on this opportunity • Available 20/10/19

• 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

• 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

lifestyle1.net | 13


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 276 PINEHALL AVENUE, SUTTONTOWN NE W

5177 CLAYWELLS RD, WATTLE RANGE

AUCTION TO BE HELD FRIDAY THE 15TH NOVEMBER AT 11AM ONSITE IF NOT SOLD PRIOR ELEGANT COUNTRY LIVING MINUTES FROM TOWN ELEGANT COUNTRY LIVING MINUTES FROM TOWN situated within proximity to the Su ontown Primary School, Mount Gambier Hospital, Montebello shopping center and just minutes to the center of town. – Open plan kitchen/dining & living featuring electric cooking, dishwasher, impressive walk in pantry and ample storage. This area offers wood hea ng & R/C A/C for your convenience – Formal lounge / dining with the ambience of wood hea ng flowing through the heat shi ers to the rest of the home. – 4 bedrooms three with BIR, the third also features French doors opening out to the picturesque views.

4?

3

2

– The main bathroom features a bath, shower toilet & large vanity & a shower and toilet adjacent the Laundry area. – An extra addi on to the home is the detached co age with a bathroom offering a private dwelling for guests to stay, a games room, teen retreat, sewing or cra room or a private area for elderly parents. – Detached double car garage, a 4-bay machinery / car shed with power and a workshop area, 2-stand shearing shed, hay shed, a fully equipped bore, a 50,000 L rainwater tank plumbed to the home and co age. – The 95 acres offers endless mixed farming and agricultural possibili es

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY 12 NOON FRIDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2019 3? CHARMING HOME FILLED WITH CHARACTER – Set on 2.5 acres, 20 mins to Penola and 40mins to Robe, this property will make an ideal investment for any business looking to accommodate their employees whilst working within the area, an air BNB, a rental, or your very own peaceful sanctuary to call home. – Features of the home include high ceilings, ornate cornice, built in cra ed mber shelving and decora ve ceiling roses. country style kitchen with electric cooking, a double sink, a generous butlers

1

1

pantry and the ambiance of slow combus on wood hea ng, the lounge also offering Wood hea ng. Two large bedrooms and a smaller sleepout room, bathroom with shower, bath and vanity & a separate toilet off the laundry, single car garage, a woodshed, rainwater plumbed to the home and plenty of room for flower & vegetable gardens and peaceful areas to enjoy your surroundings. – Although she is a li le red, with some TLC this property will be back to her former glory in no me at all.

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

9 DUIGAN STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER NEW PRICE

$299,000

4

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

2

2

– 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 fantas c family home or investment property.

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

7 JOHN FALLAS DRIVE, COMPTON

C UNDER $490,000 SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN This warm, welcoming family home occupies an elevated 4.17 acre allotment and is located just minutes from Mount Gambier. If space, privacy and magnificent views are what you dream of, this spacious and func onal home will not disappoint. Features of the home include three large bedrooms, the main with ensuite & WIR, and BIRs in the remaining two bedrooms. A large open plan kitchen and meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry overlooks the paved undercover

ONTRA

3

2

2

– 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 hea ng, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens – Unit 1 currently being u lised as an AirBnB with steady bookings throughout the year

21590 RIDDOCH HIGHWAY, MOORAK

CT

C UNDER 3

2

4

alfesco area, perfect for entertaining family and friends with spectacular views. The sizable rumpus/family room offers more space to entertain or a fantas c games room for teenage kids. Other a ributes of the home include a separate toilet, a generous laundry, a centrally located slow combus on wood heater & reverse cycle air condi oning, Outside offers 3 x 9000 gallon rain water tanks, a fully equipped bore, 15m x 7.5m shed with 2 remote roller doors, 5kw solar system, hay shed/horse float shed, 3 horse shelters, a chook run and a round yard.

$690,000 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 si ng / lounge area

ONTRA

CT

4

2

6

– Main bathroom offers separate vanity area, separate toilet, shower and bath and situated adjacent the large laundry area – Other features include slow combus on wood hea ng, 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


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 UNIT 2/1 WILLIAM STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

$194,000

160 168 WIRELESS ROAD WEST, SUTTONTOWN

2

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

1

1

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

$550,000

3

UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES & POTENTIAL – Approx 4.99 acres zoned rural residen al – 3 bedroom stone home tenanted for $180/week – Across from Montebello Estate and next door to TAFE and UniSA precint

11 HANSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

1

– Poten al for subdivision or building (S.T.C.A.) – A plan of poten al division has been prepared showing subdivision into approx. 28 allotments; copies of the development plans are available on request – In conjunc on with Ray White Real Estate

21 TURNBULL DRIVE, WORROLONG

O INV PP E O ST R M TU E N NT IT Y

ATTENTION ALL INVESTORS & FIRST HOME BUYERS

$169,000

3 2

– This Mount Gambier stone home is situated on an 811m allotment, is currently leased at $190.00 per week, on a periodic lease with amazing long term tenants.

– Features of the home include a large lounge with gas hea ng, dine in kitchen with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet off the laundry area with aluminium windows throughout.

1

2

– Another fantas c a ribute is the large rear sunroom, this space would make the perfect playroom, office or si ng room with access to the large, secure rear yard with a double carport and rear yard access. – 11 Hanson Street, Mount Gambier is the perfect investment or first home. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

$519,000

490 KENNEDY ROAD, GLENCOE

POA – 315 acres across 3 tles, 150 acres of irriga on – 32 cow rotary dairy, fully computerised milking plant, currently milking 210 head – Calf rearing shed with automa c feeder – Approx 400 megs water licence

2

3

two person spa bath. Parents retreat also features a private living area. – Main bathroom comprises of bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet – Large laundry area with floor to ceiling storage, office, R/C ducted AC throughout, undercover entertaining area – Established gardens, rear access to 3 bay garage

18 CAPE DOUGLAS ROAD, CAPE DOUGLAS

4

PRIME DAIRYING PROPERTY

4

COUNTRY STYLE FAMILY LIVING – Family home located on 1 acre allotment – Spacious open plan living, mber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, walk-in pantry & ample cupboard and bench space. – Four large bedrooms, main with WIR, sizable ensuite with

2

2

– 19 well fenced paddocks – Ample shedding throughout – 4 bedroom renovated house, 12 foot ceilings, remarkable verandah and rear decking

16 CORAL COVE, PORT MACDONNELL

$259,000

2

AIR BNB OR PRIVATE SANCTUARY – This stylishly designed, 6star energy rated beach home offers many opportuni es. Have your own sanctuary and escape for weekends and holidays, re re and reside in a spectacular seaside loca on 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

1

1

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 loca on, the stylish and smart design and the peaceful surroundings.

LOT 12 GLENELG RIVER ROAD, OB FLAT

WATER FOR SALE IN THE GLENBURNIE, DONOVANS, CONMURRA AND ZONE 2A MANAGEMENT AREAS

WATER FOR LEASE IN THE DONOVANS, MOORAK & GLENBURNIE MANAGEMENT AREAS

Contact our office on 8723 6866

GREEN TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE $87,500

LAND

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME BY THE SEA – An opportunity to build your dream home, weekender or even holiday accomoda on in an exci ng 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.

$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

Specialise in residen al sales, rural sales and property management. For all of your real estate needs contact our friendly team today.

Ph: 8723 6866


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 $279,000-$299,000

21 Powell St, Mt Gambier

$420,000

OPEN

4

2

2

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

4

30600 Princess Highway, Millicent

OPEN

3

RE DU CE D

15 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier

2

4

$490,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier

4

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

6 Hill Crescent, Mt Gambier

3

5

4

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

$515,000

3

2

2

10 Musgrave Avenue, Lucindale

2

2

2

Emily 0417 665 085

3

5

$98,000

Jess 8724 9999

2

$340,000-$350,000

4

Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

4

2

26 Stafford St, Mt Gambier

1

$160,000

OPEN

Emily Rayner 0417 665 085 Building 470m2 and land 1669m2

Wendy 0468 692 993

11 Flinders Terrace, Mt Gambier

1

FRIDAY 5.00-5.30PM

$415,000-$439,000

37A Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

3

OPEN

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3

1

10 Marngo Place, Mount Gambier

10

$339,000

• Modern kitchen with electric appliances and walk in pantry • 3 living zones • Study with built in desk and shelving • 3.5 kw’s of solar • Whole house runs on rainwater • Rear access to single garage • Large double garage with built in shelving under main roof • Master with walk in robe and ensuite • Three other bedrooms also with built in robes • Under cover outdoor entertaining area

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

THURSDAY 5.15-5.45PM

$270,000-$290,000

THURSDAY 6.00-6.30PM

1

1

$500,000-$515,000

OPEN

OPEN

2

1 Tension Drive, Mount Gambier

3

OPEN

THURSDAY 6.00-6.15PM

3

OPEN

THURSDAY 3.30-4.00PM

THURSDAY 5.00-5.30PM

4 $275,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

• Set on 25 acres • 9 year old home • 3 living areas • 4 paddocks with good fencing • Hea ng and cooling • 4.2 kw solar • 3 bores • Water licence • Shedding

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$125,000

OPEN

Auc on Friday 11 October 12.30pm on site

THURSDAY 4.15-5.00PM

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

2

10 Kealy Street, Millicent

THURSDAY 12.00-12.30PM

WEDNESDAY 5.00-5.30PM

th

11 Yeates Street, Mt Gambier

$129,000

OPEN

WEDNESDAY 12.00-12.30PM

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

65 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3

1

1/1-3 Amor Street, Mt Gambier

1

$780,000

3P RO PE RT IES

87 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

4

1

3

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

7

50 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier $379,000-$399,000

Dartmoor/Digby Road, Winnap

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Tanya 8724 9999

Aimee 8733 1989

4

3

4

Kathy 8733 1989

Selena 8724 9999

3

9

$150,000

125 acres approximately

Contact us for all your storage needs



eldersrealestate.com.au 73 WILLIAM RD, WORROLONG

4

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

2

4

$509,000

1-5 268 COMMERCIAL ST, MT GAMBIER

5

5

3

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

2

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING 14/10/19 @1PM 3

123 KILSBY RD, MOORAK

2

2

2

48 TOLLNER RD, MT GAMBIER

3

1

2

NE W

PR ICE

10

209 SYCAMORE RD, GLENBURNIE

SATURDAY

SATURDAY

10.15-10.45AM

$489,000 3

1

2

12 TELOPEA CRT, WORROLONG

4

2

2

2

3/1 MILLARD ST, MT GAMBIER

$300,000

5000M2 BLOCK DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

1

161 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT 4

1

$300,000 1

4

NE W

NE W

PR ICE

11 GLADIGAU RD, MT GAMBIER

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

PR ICE

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

9.30-10.00AM

SATURDAY

11.00-11.30AM

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

$157,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

$335,000

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

$164,900

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363 3

2043 GLENELG RIVER RD, WYE

2

2

NE W

WINNAP SIDING ROAD, WINNAP VIC

$253,000

WALK IN WALK OUT – 207 ACRES BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

$1,250,000

LOT 12 HILL RD, YAHL

INSPECTIONS BY APPOINTMENT RURAL LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY • Total land holding of approximately 99 acres • Quality sandy loam soil in high

rainfall location • Fertiliser and weed control history • Property split into 2 separate sections • Steel & Timber cattle yards with loading ramp & crush • Each section has a recently developed Dam • Electric fencing throughout via solar units & new energisers • Recently serviced Windmill with near new pump • Container for storage with ‘lean to’ complete with wood fire and rainwater, providing shelter & comfort while staying or working on the property •Sections of trees for shelter and firewood supply • Property backs onto the Crawford River with a natural waterhole

BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

AUCTION OCTOBER 31ST, 1PM TO BE HELD ON PROPERTY

BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY @ 1PM

Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales es

Property Management

Property Management nt

Property Management ent

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


MOUNT GAMBIER | SA R FO

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA

LE SA

R FO

LE SA

OPEN SUNDAY 29TH SEPT @ 12.00 - 12.30PM

Land Size - Approximately 857m2

3

1

2

Land Size - Appromximately 1030m2

Family Entertainer • Neat, tidy and freshly renovated solid stone home • Featuring 3 good sized bedrooms all with built-in robes • The formal dining room at the front of the home with gas heater

• Stunning executive home offers loads of space for the family

FOR FOR SALESALE - $299,500 -$ Address:

• Open plan kitchen/dining with dishwasher and electric cooking Contact: • Large lounge with reverse cycle split system heating and cooling

• JUHDW VL]HG EHGURRPV GHGLFDWHG RI´FH RU WK EHGURRP

4 Noojee Street, Mount Gambier SA

• Master suite features a walk-in robe and ensuite

Imogene Ryan

• Open plan kitchen, dining and family area

0408 065 540

• Elegant alfresco area for outdoor entertaining all year round

• ‘Man Cave’ or teenagers retreat/games room plus shedding Property ID: 20554834

SAL REAL ESTATE

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA R FO

4

2

2

Ideal For The Family With Room To Move FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE - $429,000 Address:

36 Stiles Street, Mount Gambier SA

Contact:

Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

• Double garage under main roof and vehicle access to rear yard Property ID: 21244619

SAL REAL ESTATE

WORROLONG | SA

LE SA

R FO

LE SA

OPEN SUNDAY 29TH SEPT @ 1.30 - 2.00PM

Land Size - Approximately 870m2

4

2

3

Land Size - Approximately 1196m2

4

Spacious And Impressive Family Home • Property sits on an elevated allotment in quiet cul-de-sac • Stylish kitchen with modern appliances and breakfast bar • Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout the home

• Situated on a large allotment with rear shedding

FOR SALE FOR - $459,000 SALE - -$$469,000 Address:

• Master suite with wall mounted TV, walk-in robe and ensuite Contact: • 7KUHH ELJ EHGURRPV WZR ZLWK EXLOW LQ UREHV SOXV ODUJH RI´FH

• A brand new property with 4 bedrooms

1 Silverbrook Avenue, Mount Gambier SA

• :HOO DSSRLQWHG VWXG\ GHGLFDWHG RI´FH DQG KRPH WKHDWUH

Imogene Ryan

• 2.55 metre ceilings throughout creating space and luxury

0408 065 540

• Merbau decking alfresco area, th perfect place to entertain

• Double garage under main roof with internal and external access Property ID: 21216120

SAL REAL ESTATE

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA R FO

2

4

The Ultimate In Luxury

• Serviced by rain water, keeping water bills to a minimum

FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE - $529,000 Address:

22 Pinehurst Drive, Worrolong SA

Contact:

Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Property ID: 21241457

SAL REAL ESTATE

CLAY WELLS | SA

LE SA

N IO CT U A

- AUCTION FRIDAY 01 NOVEMBER, 2019 11:00 AM

Land Size - Approximately 696m2

3

1

2

Land Size - Approximately 1843 Acres

Vehicle Access To Rear Shedding • Centrally located 3 bedroom home with rear yard access • All 3 bedrooms with built in robes • New carpet and painted throughout

• Lot 1 Sections 221, 222 & 223 Being 1165.81 Acres approx

FOR FOR SALESALE - $255,000 -$ Address:

• Lot 2 Section 224 Being 677.06 Acres approx

12 Locke Street,

• Well Fenced with reliable water source to all main paddocks

Mount Gambier SA

• Renovated kitchen with gas gourmet cooker

Contact:

• Shedding with power, pit and airline for the motor enthusiast

0417 804 782 Property ID: 21244628

SAL REAL ESTATE

MILLICENT | SA R FO

1

4

FOR SALE - $ AUCTION Address:

• Comfortable 3 bedroom brick home with attached pergola

637 Elgin Lane, Clay Wells SA

• Undercover Cattle yards with Heavy Duty crush and weigh station Contact: • 20 Ha Centre Pivot with soft start and wireless start up and stop

Vicki Quinn

• Split system reverse cycle heatin/cooling

3

637 Elgin Lane Clay Wells

Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042

Property ID: 21173135

SAL REAL ESTATE

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA

LE SA

R FO

Land Size - Approximately 1746m2

3

1

2

Land Size - Approximately 1074m2

With All The Extras • Mount Gmabier stone home on large allotment • 3 generous sized bedrooms with built in robes • Updated kitchen with large pantry area • Large rear undercover deck adjoining the home • Single car lock up garage and various other shedding • close to local shops and local transport facilities

L O CA L SERVICE, N A T I ON A L ST R EN G T H

4

2

2

1930’s Bungalow In Prime Location • Spacious 3 to 4 bedroom home, 2 minute walk to main street

FOR FOR SALESALE - $199,000 -$ Address: Contact:

LE SA

• Bedroom 1 with walk in robe, 2 and 3 with built in robes

25 Aitken Street, Millicent SA

• Renovated main bathroom plus second toilet

Brenton leggett

• Kitchen and living areas, perfect for family gatherings

0438 344 042

• Double carport with remote roller door

Property ID: 21183923

SAL REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE - $369,000 Address:

40 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier SA

Contact:

Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

• Detached studio is insulated, ideal for a home based business Property ID: 21244604

RLA: 1811

SAL REAL ESTATE

www.ruralcoproperty.com.au


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

3 Cobblestone Crt, Mt Gambier

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

4 ACRES

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

47 Crane Ln, Mil-Lel

Open

Open

SUNDAY 12.00-12.30

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30

NEW > QUALITY BUILT HOME IN A PREMIER LOCATION

NEW > 3 BR HOME WITH 1 BR UNIT ON 4 ACRES

Perfectly positioned executive style home, situated on an elevated corner allotment in the exclusive precinct of Cobblestone Court. Built in 1999 to the highest of standards, this spacious 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home offers amazing views over the city. Extra’s include Tasmanian Oak kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, pantry & breakfast bar, overlooking a casual dining area. A separate formal lounge adjoins the formal dining area, providing a private retreat for the more intimate gatherings. The master bedroom includes ample BI cabinetry, plus ensuite with bath, separate powder area & WC. Lower levels include bedrooms 2 & 3, offering BIR’S, plus the convenience of a 2nd living area, bathroom and separate WC. Outside the home includes a paved pergola, providing a private outdoor entertaining area, ideal for family BBQ’s. A remote double car garage offers internal access to the home. Low maintenance gardens with pop up sprinklers surround the home. If you’re looking for a quality home, in an exclusive neighbourhood, then don’t miss 3 Cobblestone Court, call today to avoid disappointment.

$349,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 6 WYATT ST, MT GAMBIER

A desirable country lifestyle awaits you, offering 2 separate living arrangements on the one title, containing approximately 4 acres & only minutes from the city. The 2 homes offer a variety of options, allowing the purchaser to live in one home, while offering B&B style accommodation (S.T.C.A.). The main residence offers 3 bedrooms, including master & 2nd bedroom with WIR’s, plus a beautiful country style timber kitchen with dishwasher & open plan living. The large family room features a magnificent mantle piece offering an inviting slow combustion wood fire, ideal for entertaining or family meetings. An outstanding feature of the home is the glass enclosed alfresco area, offering a superb northly aspect for year round enjoyment. Extras include freshly painted interior, spectacular raised deck, enclosed tennis court with cricket pitch, equipped bore and solar panels. The property offers a secluded lifestyle with an abundance of trees, all fenced into one main paddock, giving the purchaser an opportunity to raise cattle, sheep or horses. All this within 5 minutes drive to Mount Gambier, purchase now and start enjoying a rural way of life.

3

2

NEW 4 WREN ST, MT GAMBIER

$399,000-$415,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

2 $229,000

NEW 2 HAKEA ST, MT GAMBIER

4

$279,000

2

NEW 29 DAVISON ST, MT GAMBIER

2 $235,000

Highest & Best Offers by 12noon Friday 18th of October 2019 (Unless Sold Prior)

- An absolutely stunning property for the discerning buyer with homes of this quality & style seldom entering the market - The contemporary open plan living area features gorgeous timber flooring, gas log fire & r/c air conditioning - Exit through large stacker doors to the stunning North facing alfresco area featuring built-in BBQ and fridges - The state of the art kitchen features Smeg dishwasher, gas cooktop & electric oven plus walk-in pantry and soft closing drawers

- This much loved family home is solid throughout and provides plenty of space - Offering 3 carpeted bedrooms, all contain built-in robes - The bright and airy lounge room is complete with both gas heating and split system air conditioning - Neutral décor throughout the home - Rear yard access to the double car iron garage - Situated within a 2 minute walk to the Swallow Drive Shopping Complex

-

Updated solid brick & tile home Offering 4 bedrooms (3 containing BIR’s) Large central lounge with separate 2nd living/games room Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning & large solar system Separate 7m x 3.5m iron garage with power & concrete in rear yard - Great for the 1st home buyer or the shrewd investor

-

Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 3

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

23 ANNETTE ST, MT GAMBIER

2

2

$799,000

- Magnificent 2 storey family home in a private location, within walking distance to the Marketplace Shopping Centre and the Mt Gambier Hospital - Stunning Blackwood timber kitchen with dishwasher, electric cooking & WI pantry - Other features include formal dining area, plus separate lounge, ideal as a billiard or home theatre room and 8 person indoor swim spa Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 3 6

NEW PRICE 25 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

$339,500

- 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 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

3

2

2

3

1

2

NEW 100A COMMERCIAL ST EAST, MT GAMBIER $310,000-$329,000

38 CURRAWONG CRES, MT GAMBIER

- Boasting 3 spacious bedrooms plus office, master suite with spacious ensuite & walk-in robe - Open plan kitchen/dining/entertaining zone with high ceilings flowing through to the North facing balcony - The modern kitchen features two large pantry cupboards, electric amenities and stainless steel dishwasher - A few extra features include double glazed windows, instant gas h/w, r/c a/c, laundry chute, secure entry through intercom system - If you’re looking for an investment, this property has recently been appraised to rent for up to $440 per week

-

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

8/101 JUBILEE HWY EAST, MT GAMBIER

3

2

1

$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

4

1

Immaculately presented 3 bedroom stone home Close to McDonald Park and St Martins Schools Versatile plan featuring 3 BR plus study (2 with BIR’s) Renovated bathroom with W.I. shower, sep. laundry & WC Single car garage, beautifully presented gardens and fully secure rear yard - Great first home or investment opportunity

$520,000-$535,000

Luxurious 5 bedroom home 2 spacious living areas Sophisticated alfresco area Huge garage with storeroom and workshop Stunning street appeal with commanding views Located close to the iconic Blue Lake walking trail, reserve and schools 5

NEW 58 JUBILEE HWY WEST, MT GAMBIER

2

2

$185,000

NEW 18 HEAVER DR, MT GAMBIER

3

1

1

$299,000-$309,000

-

Updated home features 3 double bedrooms, all with BIR’s Large lounge with new flooring, s/c heating and air conditioning Formal dining room or 2nd living space Separate kitchen with gas cooking Detached granny flat with two bedrooms, kitchen/dining /lounge, separate bathroom & adjoining carport - Other features include solar power, ceiling fans, detached colorbond garage with remote door, underhouse storage and secure rear yard with remote control access

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

5

1/23 ELIZABETH ST, MT GAMBIER

2

2

$209,000

- Solid three-bedroom stone home on an elevated allotment with access at the rear from Moten Lane • Inside offers large lounge with r/c split system air conditioning, original eat-in kitchen with gas stove, bathroom with shower, bath & pedestal basin, large games room or second living area, laundry and separate toilet • Single car garage & workshop with direct internal access to the home with access to the garage from Moten Lane • Securely fenced yard with colorbond fencing plus additional stone storage shed • Currently leased at $230.00 per week on a periodic lease

- A great property in a central location - Offering 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining with electric cooking, adjoining lounge with r/c air conditioning, plus a separate bathroom, laundry and WC - Single garage provides convenient undercover parking - Featuring a low maintenance courtyard, ideal for BBQs or extra storage

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

3

1

1

3

1

1


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

23 Eldridge Dr, Worrolong

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

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

51 Fartch Rd, Tantanoola

NEW > A HOLE IN ONE!

NEW > HIDDEN OASIS IN THE BURRUNGLE AREA

The stunning established garden is a leafy sanctuary with stately deciduous trees, natives, evergreens and ferns to name just a few. Enjoy the explosion of Autumn colour and the cool shade this stunning garden provides in the heat of Summer. Let your imagination run wild in this quintessential Burrungule garden where you may even see a few ducks and a chook or two on the grass beneath the trees! Truly a garden lovers paradise, with fruit trees and vegetable gardens enabling you to grow your own produce. The stone cottage is feature filled with high ceilings and intricate cornices, stunning Baltic timber flooring plus plush carpets in two of the bedrooms. The master bedroom contains large built-in robes. Gorgeous lead lighting is another beautiful feature throughout the home and this provides a warm feeling of a bygone era. The bathroom has been tastefully renovated whilst the kitchen has retained its original charm albeit with updated appliances. The slate flooring throughout this area has been lovingly cared for and is in wonderful condition. Situated on approximately 14 acres, within 15 minutes of Mount Gambier (21km) and tucked away from the main road, this is truly a hidden paradise!

Spectacular 4 bedroom family home located in the popular Oranivale Estate located right on the edge of the Mount Gambier Golf Course. Offering loads of space and style for the largest of families the home comprises of 4 abundant sized bedrooms, the master suite is complete with ensuite & WIR, spacious open plan living area including spectacular kitchen with stone benches, dishwasher, freestanding stainless steel oven and walk in pantry - you will love entertaining and cooking up a feast for your family and friends! Ducted reverse cycle heating & cooling and a slow combustion fire provide all the creature comforts. Entertainers delight with a formal lounge area to relax and unwind plus a 3rd living room with loads of storage. North facing outdoor entertaining area with patio blinds, rain & town water, double remote garage with rear access & detached 9 x 4m garage. Huge solar system with 36 panels. Private access to the golf course and expansive gardens. A fantastic opportunity for a family to purchase this most desirable home on the edge of the city.

$629,000-$649,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 124 SPRINGS RD, PT MACDONNELL 10 ACRES

$359,000

4

103 MEYLIN ST, PORT MACDONNELL

2

$449,000 Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

2

$495,000-$515,000

16 RACKETTS RD, PELICAN POINT

$259,000

3

1

NEW PRICE 340 YELLS RD, MOORAK 35 ACRES

2 $599,000

- Well presented 3BR stone home on 10 acres close to the beach. - Renovated kitchen/dining & bathroom - Huge array of shedding including carport, double stone garage with 3 phase power & workshop plus high clearance caravan shed. - R/c air conditioning, equipped bore, & solar system - A great lifestyle property for those who want the country lifestyle close to the beach

- 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)

- Spectacular brick home located in the township of Pelican Point, within seconds of the seafront & 20 minutes drive from Mt Gambier - Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s, superb open plan living area, modern kitchen with gas cooking and ample cupboard space - Outside features a large s/car garage with remote & internal access with drive through access to a large 9m x 6m shed with concrete, power & toilet

- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS

3

1

4

Starting from $115,000 REDUCED TO SELL

- 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 LAND

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

55 ASCOTT ST, DARTMOOR

-

BUSINESS & FREEHOLD

2

2

$135,000

230 KIRIP ROAD, GLENCOE 4.5 ACRES

- Picturesque rural living allotment of 3.65ac, only 10 minute’s drive from the city - Situated on the western side of Mount Gambier, close to Tenison Woods College & Compton Primary School - Price includes rural style fencing with 3 phase power and phone to the boundary

-

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

From $100,000 plus SAV

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

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LOT 3 BRUINS RD, WANDILO

4

23 CALULA DR, SUTTONTOWN

-

LAND

$289,000

Flat 5125m2, zoned Light Industry Earthworks completed ready for building new business premises Power & water connected with security fencing on boundary Plenty of storage & turning room for trucks & large machinery One of the largest vacant allotments in the industrial estate Concept plans are available for an Industrial Building from Thomson BILT

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

3

1

3

$75,000

4.5 acre rural living allotment ready to build on (S.T.C.A.) Excellent position close to Glencoe School & football club Bitumen road frontage with power passing Dry winter block with easy access to bore water Build your new home and save on stamp duty

123 COMMERCIAL ST EAST, MT GAMBIER

LAND

P.O.A.

- Leased Commercial property in busy Commercial Street East retail precinct - Excellent tenant with reputable established business - High profile allotment surrounded by established retail traders - Land area 1683m2 approx. with 390m2 approx. of building area - Access available from Commercial St East & Crouch St - Excellent rental return with Lessee paying all outgoings Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

COMMERCIAL

ARAMANTA ESTATE

4

1

5

Starting From $115,000

LOT 50 – 89 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER

- Aramanta Developments is pleased to offer stage 4 of its latest land division, offering an amazing lifestyle, with spectacular views like no other in Mount Gambier - Situated on the city's northern outskirts, this estate will appeal to residents looking for value in a peaceful family neighbourhood - All services are available, with allotments retained and fenced for cost efficient building LAND Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Gail 0409 268 199

245 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER

$299,000

- Fantastic opportunity to purchase a 2218m2 commercial zoned parcel of land in a prime location. - Excellent exposure site with two street frontage and small office at the southern end. - The allotment offers a multitude of options with retail giants BCF, Super Cheap and Petbarn adjacent the site. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND


SOLD SOLD SOLD lifestyle1.net | 22


INNOVATION AND INGENUITY IN THE SPOTLIGHT In conjunction with eNVIsion Limestone Coast, the Mount Gambier Library hosted GovHack, an open data competition ran simultaneously across Australia and New Zealand, earlier this month. While the name of the competition may lead people to believe that it is solely for the tech savvy, the sixth Mount Gambier GovHack saw participants deliver entries that required a variety of skill sets from coding to singing. In 46 hours of competition participants were required to develop a concept to make open data accessible to the public. With thousands of underutilised data sets at our fingertips competitors spent time coming up with ways to promote this information. This year Mount Gambier had three adult teams that competed and produced four unique concepts and eight youth teams who submitted nine entries. The competition aims to unleash innovative ideas and potential entrepreneurs. “It’s so rewarding to work with individuals and teams across the GovHack weekend - I’m particularly inspired by the calibre of the young people who participated and I look forward to supporting them to realise their potential as aspiring entrepreneurs,” eNVIsion Limestone Coast manager Callena Rawlings said. Competitors worked solo or in teams in categories for both youths and adults. At the conclusion of the weekend each team pitched their ideas and concepts in a three minute video recording which will be judged at local, state and national levels in the coming months. “The quality of this year’s entries is outstanding and so diverse,” Mount Gambier Library youth services coordinator Terasa Nearmysaid. “Our teams came up with some great ideas including an app promoting mountain bike trails that records and rates your ride, an electronic bollard that communicates with disabled permit holders to prevent parking spaces being used by non-permit holders and one team even created a song about convicts with the lyrics reciting historical data.” While the local GovHack award winners are yet to be determined, two awards were announced at the closing of the competition. The ethos of GovHack is for participants to learn, share and show the ’GovHack spirit’ to others throughout the weekend despite being in competition with one another.

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

Creamy salmon with zucchini noodles 300ml thickened cream 2 lemons, zested, juiced 2 x 250g pkts Coles Australian Zucchini Noodles (or create your own)

“Competitors are encouraged to assist each other in various ways throughout the weekend whether it be making sure everyone has had enough to eat and drink or helping another team with their sound recording,” Ms Nearmy said. Event organisers kept track of these efforts and announced the ‘The Spirit of GovHack’ award at the conclusion of the weekend. Mercedes Scott was announced as the first winner for assisting teams when she noticed them struggling. “Mercedes gained confidence and team building skills and was awarded a Sprocket portable printer from Harvey Norman, a $25 Anvil Electronics voucher and $50 Kmart voucher,” Ms Nearmy said. Jordan Hutchins was the other Spirit of GovHack awardee through his efforts with assisting many teams throughout the competition period. “Jordan was also a stand out for the weekend and took home a HP printer from Green Triangle Electronics, $25 Anvil Electronics voucher and GovHack merchandise,” Ms Nearmy said. The Spirit of GovHack recipients all received prizes donated by local

businesses and will now be invited to represent Mount Gambier at State level with a chance to win more awards. “Thank you to the local sponsors and congratulations to all competitors,” Ms Nearmy said. “Every competitor has walked away with new skills, more confidence and a heightened excitement for open data.” The completed videos are available for the public to view and cast a vote for a People’s Choice Award by visiting www. govhack.org and can also be viewed on the Mount Gambier Library Facebook page. Above (top) - eNVIsion Limestone Coast manager Callena Rawlings with Spirit of GovHack awardees Mercedes Scott and Jordan Hutchins and library youth services coordinator Terasa Nearmy. Above (bottom left) - Seb McCarthy & George Comley (Team SG) busy hacking datasets around disabled parking. Above (bottom right) - Tyson Van Dyk is using Wacom Tablet technology to develop and refine their project.

CASH INJECTION FOR LOCAL WINERIES South Australian wine producers have shared in over $750,000 worth of grants to help promote Australian wine in the China and USA markets. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the grants were a welcome boost for wine producers in Barker. “These grants will help put Coonawarra and Limestone Coast wines on the map,” Mr Pasin said Five wineries in the region will share in more than $55,000 in grants to help promote their wine in the key export markets. “These grants will help our local wine producers participate in international trade activities and in-store promotions as well as providing marketing and advertising materials for Chinese and USA audiences,” Mr Pasin said. lifestyle1.net | 23

150g Coles Tasmanian Hot Smoked Salmon Fillets With Pepper, coarsely flaked 1/3 cup coarsely chopped dill

Method Heat a large frying pan over high heat. Add the cream and lemon juice to the pan and bring to the boil. Cook for 1-2 mins or until the cream mixture thickens slightly. Add the zucchini, salmon, half the lemon zest and half the dill to the pan. Cook, tossing, for 1-2 mins or until just heated through. Sprinkle the salmon mixture with the remaining lemon zest and dill.

SENIORS CELEBRATION PROGRAM RELEASED Glenelg Shire over 55s will be treated to entertainment, magic and fun-focused activities this October for the 2019 Victorian Seniors Festival. As part of the Statewide celebrations a number of events will be offered throughout Portland, Casterton and Heywood during Wednesday, October 16 to Thursday, October 24, with all older residents invited to attend. The weeklong celebrations begin on Wednesday, October 16, with a performance by award winning country music artist James Blundell at the Casterton Town Hall from 2pm, with a small entry fee of $10. Other events throughout the week include the Elio Simonetti Magic Show at the Fawthrop Community Centre on Tuesday, October 22, Unknown Amazon - An Afternoon with Janet Bird, former Senior Conservator at the British Museum at the Portland Library on Monday, October 21, WaltSing Australia performance at the Portland Arts Centre on Wednesday, October 23, and a Calamity Jane film screening in Heywood and Casterton on Thursday, October 24. Copies of the Glenelg Shire Senior’s Week program of events can be collected from council’s customer service centres, Glenelg Libraries, the Portland Leisure and Aquatic Centre, the Fawthrop Community Centre and online via the Glenelg Shire website. Copies can also be posted by calling 1300 GLENELG.


FUN & FESTIVITIES IN PORT FAIRY Port Fairy is set to rock and roll this weekend as the community gets together to celebrate the second annual Vintage Weekend. With a great line-up of vintage displays, shows and activities, there will be something for everyone throughout the three day event. Moyne Shire Mayor Cr Mick Wolfe, said the weekend was a unique attraction in the region which sees local community groups and businesses collaborate to relive the heritage years of the early-mid 1900s. “Port Fairy Vintage Weekend is another fantastic local event hosted by a group of dedicated community members,” Cr Wolfe said. “There will be historical tours, vintage art and clothing exhibitions, markets and craft displays. Kids can get involved in vintage craft activities, see the movie E.T at Reardon Theatre, and go on a treasure hunt game of Scrabble across town. Some real highlights will be the Covergirls Comedy Caberet Show on the Friday, the Rock n Roll Dance on the Saturday, and a Vintage Pin-up Competition on Sunday.” Other attractions over the weekend include vintage car, truck and caravan displays, pop-up shops and vintage Antique Roadshow valuations by Bruce Lowenthal. “It’s great to see so many of our local clubs getting involved too – the Griffiths Island lighthouse will be open for tours, Lifeline is fundraising through a vintage-themed play, and we’re even

launching our historic lifeboat and firing the Canon at Battery Hill,” Cr Wolfe said. Dean Robertson, from the Vintage Weekend organising committee said the event was first run lasy year to take advantage of the AFL grand final long weekend, in Victoria. “Plenty of people are in town over the September long-weekend; both visitors and residents,” Mr Robertson said. “With the weather starting to warm up it’s a great time to come together to have some fun celebrating our community and the heritage, arts and culture

that the region is so well known for. Most attractions are free or at very low cost and there really is something for everyone; young and old, locals and visitors.” For more information on Port Fairy Vintage Weekend visit www. iamportfairy.com.au Above - The Covergirls Comedy Caberet Show will be a highlight of this weekend’s festivities in Port fairy.

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS Indian-spiced shanks & broccoli rice 1 tsp macadamia oil 4 small (250g each) French- trimmed lamb shanks 1 large red onion, finely chopped 2 celery sticks, thinly sliced 2 large carrots, peeled, thickly sliced 2 long fresh green chillies, plus extra, thinly sliced, to serve 3 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 2 tsp finely grated fresh ginger 2 tsp ground cumin 2 tsp ground coriander 250ml (1 cup) Massel salt reduced chicken style liquid stock 2 tbs natural yoghurt 60g baby spinach 400g broccoli Fresh coriander sprigs, to serve Method Preheat oven to 160C/140C fan forced. Heat the oil in a large flameproof casserole dish over high heat. Add lamb. Cook, turning, for 2-3 minutes or until browned. Transfer to a plate and set aside. Reduce heat to medium. Add onion, celery and carrot to dish. Cook, stirring, for 5-6 minutes or until soft. Add chilli, garlic, ginger, cumin and ground coriander. Stir for 1 minute or until aromatic. Return lamb to dish with stock and 250ml (1 cup) water. Bring to the boil. Roast, covered, for 2-2 1/2 hours or until lamb is very tender. Remove lamb. Set aside. Add yoghurt and spinach to dish. Stir until spinach is just wilted. Return lamb to dish. Meanwhile, place the broccoli in a food processor. Process until resembles coarse crumbs. Transfer to a microwave-safe dish. Cover and microwave on High for 2-3 minutes or until just tender. Serve lamb with coriander sprigs, extra chilli and broccoli rice.

lifestyle1.net | 24


DON’T STOP CAMPAIGNING FOR MILLICENT

SELINA GREEN ABC South East presenter

Where do you never tire of visiting in this region? I am at the Valley Lakes all the time. Three first choice dinner party guests Jane Austen, Neil Gaiman & David Bowie What people would be surprised to find out about you? I can’t watch 3D movies or look at those seeing eye pictures - it gives me a headache!! Your greatest weakness? Lazy - when it comes to tidying up. Your greatest strength Multitasking. What would you choose for your last meal Fresh seafood platter What item in your wardrobe would you never part with My thrifted black leather motorcycle jacket from the 80s - I’m going to be buried in it. If you were a car, what would you be? Something sensible like a Volvo. Who/what most inspires you? Ultra marathon runners - I take inspiration from them to never give up and to tackle difficult challenges. Who/what most frustrates/annoys you? People who see things in black & white. What book/CD would you want with you if you were on a deserted island? The Executioner’s Song by Norman Mailer because it’s so long and it’s so big it could probably double as a rowboat. What’s the best advice you ever heard? This too shall pass. What’s the best advice you ever gave? To not listen to advice. If you weren’t in your current role what would you be doing? Trying to be the next JK Rowling. Who would you like to swap places with for a day? The Queen - especially if I had a lot of washing to do.

Don’t forget to keep campaigning for Millicent to be crowned the inaugural South Australian Ag Town of the Year by making the Limestone Coast town your hastag whenever possible between now and October 11. Milicent is one of five South Australian towns in the running for the award and the call is out there help persuade the judges by joining the social media campiagn. Cleve, Kapunda, Langhorne Creek, and Renmark were also announced as finalists. The finalists were selected by an independent judging panel after 43 towns were nominated from across the state. and the winner will be chosen by the independent judging panel and announced at the South Australian Regional Showcase celebration event next month. When the five finalists were announced Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone congratulated the five towns on being named as finalists. “The pride in our regional towns and how they are inextricably linked to agriculture has been highlighted through this awards process,” said Minister Whetstone. “The stories of these towns really paint a picture of the agricultural innovation, diversity, leadership and community spirit that exists within them.” Minister Whetstone encouraged the five finalist towns to show the judges why they are the South Australian Ag Town of the Year before October 11.

“It’s now up to each of the five towns illustrate why it deserves to be crowned the inaugural Ag Town of the Year,” said Minister Whetstone. “Local agricultural organisations, councils and schools are encouraged to get involved and undertake activities to highlight their town and its link to agriculture. So now the hashtag #AgTownoftheYear is critical. Using phrases including Millicent is a great place to... or I choose to live in Millicent because... or anything that connects your post, whether it be text, photo or video, with Millicent. The social media presence and reach is one of the main judging criteria so get on baord and bring Millicent the title.

Career Opportunity Mayura Station’s Tasting Room Restaurant excellence without compromise Mayura Station’s multiple award winning specialist Wagyu beef restaurant, The Tasting Room, has an opportunity for a Cook Grade 4 - Demi Chef or Cook Grade 5 – Chef de Partie to join its progressive and innovative team. Working directly with our Head Chef in food preparation, the primary role of this position is to oversee the preparation, cooking and presentation of meals according to standards within timescales required for the Tasting Room. Common tasks include but are not limited to: • All aspects of food preparation, cooking and presenting of dishes according to Tasting Room guidelines and customer preferences; • Liaise with the Head Chef/ food service / bar staff regarding customer orders and general service of kitchen operations; • Maintain a safe and hygienic working environment including cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting all kitchen areas in accordance with daily procedures as set out in the de Bruin Group Management Plan; Applicants will: • be experienced in the hospitality / food industry; • be looking to increase their knowledge in the hospitality / food industry; • hold a current drivers licence; • have completed responsible service of alcohol; • hold a current National Police Clearance; • present themselves and the work environment in a clean, tidy and professional manner; and • be able to multi-task, prioritise and meet deadlines. Written applications, including a copy of your resume, covering letter outlining why you would like to join the Mayura Team and the de Bruin Group Application for Employment Form are to be received no later than: 5.00pm Monday 30 September 2019 (if not filled prior).

To obtain a copy of the Position Description and the de Bruin Group Application Form please visit the ‘Career Opportunities’ section on the de Bruin Group web site www.debruingroup.com.au. Applications are to be sent via email or post as follows: Email: jobs@debruingroup.com.au Post: The Human Resources Manager, de Bruin Group, PO Box 52 - Mount Gambier SA 5290

lifestyle1.net | 25


LUCINDALE ROCKS THE ONE NIGHT STAND triple j’s much anticipated One Night Stand saw thousands of music fans stream into Lucindale earlier this month, with the tiny town’s population of 500 growing 30 times in size to a whopping 15,000 people. It was an absolutely massive day celebrating live Australian music with an incredible line-up of legends, including Hilltop Hoods, Meg Mac, Ocean Alley, G Flip and triple j Unearthed winners Chelsea Manor, as well as special guests A.B. Original, Didirri, Ecca Vandal, Illy, Jesswar, Kram, Montaigne, Nyassa and Timberwolf. Local band Chelsea Manor kicked off proceedings and you’d never guess this was their first ever live show. The triple j Unearthed winners thrashed through songs from their debut EP Breathe before an excellent cover of the ‘Round The Twist’ theme song, which you just know went off. From her drum intro onwards, we knew we were in for something special with G Flip as the Melbourne drummer and her animated drumkit Jeromo pumped up the crowd with hit after hit after hit. Some firm crowd favourites stood out including Georgia’s Dad jumping up to play bass for ‘Drink Too Much’ and a killer rendition of the Jet classic ‘Are You Gonna Be My Girl’ mashed with Spiderbait’s ‘Buy Me A Pony’ performed alongside fellow singer-drummer and personal hero of G Flip’s, Kram. The Northern Beaches Hottest 100 winners were always going to bring a “moment”, but none more so than when Ocean Alley were joined on stage by Meg Mac for a very special duet. Plus, of course, it was all about ‘Confidence’ for the Northern Beaches boys, who then brought it home with their Like A Version cover, ‘Baby Come Back’. Lucindale Oval rung out with Meg Mac’s stunning vocals as she took to the stage to perform for what she said was the biggest crowd she’s ever played to. Her set traversed songs from the singer-songwriter’s 2014 EP Meg Mac, Low Blows and her newest album, Hope, with Meg absolutely powering through the title track of the latter with a little help from Didirri. As the remiership winning Lucindale A Grade netballers watched

from side of stage draped in their gold medals, Hilltop Hoods closed out the night by bringing all your faves together for a ridiculously fun finale. Home-State heroes Suffa, Pressure and DJ Debris took the crowd to the ‘Nosebleed Section’, followed up by ‘1955’ where they were joined by Montaigne and Nyassa. G Flip jumped up for a special version of ‘Won’t Let You Down’, with ‘Exit Sign’ signaling an entrance by Ecca Vandal and Illy for one of the biggest cheers of the night. Then Timberwolf came through to ‘Sell It All Run Away’, before A.B. Original and Jesswar rained fire over the crowd and ended the epic night with an allstar stage invasion for ‘Cosby Sweater’. Check out heaps of videos and photos on the triple j website, facebook, Instagram, ABC iview and triple j’s YouTube channel. You can stream it on demand on ABC iview

anytime and the ABC is also set to bring you Hilltop Hoods Live, a onehour Ausmusic Month TV special on the multi-platinum, multi-awardwinning hip hop pioneers from 9:30pm Sunday, November 17, on ABC and iview. Organisers extended an enormous thanks to Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Lucindale Lions Club and the Lucindale locals for not only welcoming them with open arms, but also campaigning to host the concert for seven years. Boy are they glad you were so persistent as this truly was a One Night Stand to remember. And Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery could not agree more. “There was an overwhelming feeling of euphoria from everyone who attended the event,” she said. “The feeling of wellbeing and happiness of the concert goers is reflected in the generosity

of the donations given which raised $22,558 for the Stand Like Stone Foundation, which will be equally split between supporting the Lucindale Community Pool and scholarships for young people to participate in the Limestone Coast Leadership Program. We thank the ABC and triple j for choosing Lucindale and thank you to all the artists who performed. “The whole weekend showcased Lucindale’s community spirit. The atmosphere in Lucindale in the lead up to the concert and during the concert was wonderful and spilled out to the surrounding region. “The Lucindale community and the Naracoorte Lucindale Council worked hard to make sure everything ran smoothly. Credit to the Naracoorte Lucindale Council elected members who with short notice said yes to hosting the One Night Stand and committed

TURNING BACK TIME In a South Australian exclusive, the Riddoch Art Gallery is hosting the award winning exhibition Ancient Rome: The Empire that Shaped the World with this unique presentation on show until November 10. Created by renowned Italian artisans Niccolai – Teknoart Snc (Firenze) and Artisans of Florence, responsible for the remarkable Da Vinci exhibition, Ancient Rome will include more than 200 exhibits including artefacts, catapults, frescoes, armour, weapons and busts painstakingly reconstructed from ancient roman records. “From war machines to aqueducts, this exhibition has all the highlights of an incredibly advanced culture. You’ll be amazed to discover many of the things we use today were a product of roman ingenuity,” gallery director Dr Melentie Pandilovski said. Ancient Rome: The Empire That Shaped the World exhibition is on display until Sunday, November 10, at The Riddoch and Main Corner Complex, 1 Bay Road Mount Gambier so don’t miss out on a rare opportunity in a regional gallery. For further information about the exhibition visit www.riddochartgallery.org.au/exhibition/ancient-rome-the-empire-thatshaped-the-world/

lifestyle1.net | 26

$60,000 to ensuring everything inside the Lucindale Oval ran smoothly. “Thank you to the Limestone Coast police, ambulance service and St Johns who gave their support without hesitation and kept everyone safe. The One Night Stand was a showcase of everyone working together to realise the vision of Lucindale’s One Night Stand bid group.” Above (top row from left) - Local act Chelsea Manor opened the show and the crowd went wild for Meg Mac & Didirri Above (bottom row from left) The Hilltop Hoods provided the showstopping finale to the One Night Stand and Kram, from Spiderbait loving life in Lucindale.


MUD & MAYHEM AT PINES ENDURO

A top field of 84 off road machines, their crew, family and friends descended on Millicent at the weekend for the deciding round of the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship, the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro. Mother Nature put a dampener on Saturday’s racing with heavy overnight showers Friday night and intermittent rain during the day which made for interesting and crowd pleasing racing. Topping the prologue time sheets as Aaron and Liz Haby #16 just 0.142 seconds ahead of Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings. #410. Aaron and Tanner James #93 lotted into third place to round out the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro podium. Following the prologue was the crowd favourite short course heats with the Haby’s maintaining their prologue first place over Gartner with Talbot Cox and Craig King #16 moving up into third place. Racing concluded Sunday when teams take to the track for six spectacular laps of the Tantanoola Pine Forest. See next week’s Lifestyle1 for a full wrap of the event.

NO MATTER WHERE LIFE TAKES YOU, THE TEAM AT ELDERS INSURANCE ARE WITH YOU THROUGH IT ALL

Here are local agents Daniel Menzel from Elders Insurance Bordertown and Damian Carracher from Elders Insurance Mt Gambier on what they have to offer the South East. I got involved in Elders Insurance because: Daniel: After being involved in the insurance industry for over 17 years, Elders Insurance has given me the opportunity to operate my own insurance business in the South East. This has given me the opportunity to deal with local businesses in my area as a local business. Why do you think your clients like working with you? Damian: I believe my clients like that my local knowledge and willingness to help makes for a more reliable insurance provider. The fact that I am always only a quick phone call away gives peace of mind that anything can be sorted out quickly and easily.

Our business is best known for: Daniel: Firstly, our service to our clients. We are extremely accessible and responsive, with our clients dealing direct with us, not a call centre. And in the case of a claim, our claims handling allows us to use local tradespeople and suppliers, with the majority of claims handled by us directly. How important is it that you live locally? Damian: Incredibly important. Our commitment is very much to the local communities in which we live and work. How do you work with your clients? Damian: We work with our clients to find the right cover that suits their

local conditions. In my experience most people have insurance cover, it’s just about understanding your business to ensure you have the right cover in place. But no matter what your circumstances, we’re with you through it all.

SINGLE STEP TO MORE PREDICTABILIT AT TE MANIA ANGUS Y

Our best product is: Daniel: Business and Farm packages would be our most popular products; however we provide a wide range of General Insurance products including Business, Farm, Commercial Motor, Home and Contents, Car, Landlord, Travel and CTP. Elders Insurance recently won the CANSTAR award for Landlord Insurer of the year! What special skills do you bring to insurance in the South East community? Damian: I am a fourth generation local farmer so I understand the local conditions and intricacies of running a farming operation in our area. Biggest issue facing South East businesses: Daniel: For many farmers, livestock is by far the most valuable component

of their farming business. The strengthening global demand for certain livestock has increased their gross value and it is important to have your livestock fully insured, especially during bushfire season.

I spend my down time‌ Daniel: Being involved in the community, participating in such activities as golf, tennis or the racing industry and spending time with my family. For further information please contact the agents directly:

Beef Week visitors will have the opportunity to preview Te Mania Angus’ largest ever sale offering, of 180 bulls, on Friday, February 2nd.

LOT 18

Boonaroo Kansas N164 @ 16months 700kg

Daniel Menzel, Elders Insurance Phone: 0429 150 719 | Location: 12 – 14 Moyhall Road, Naracoorte SA 5271

130%6$5*0/ 4"-& 7JD 'SJEBZ 'FC BN $BTUFSUPO

'*&-% %":4 4VOEBZ 'FC SE i$MJGUPOw )BNJMUPO O .POEBZ 'FC UI i#PPOBSPPw $BTUFSUP

1*$ (-&3

Damian Carracher, Elders Insurance Phone: 0427 517 544 | Location: 9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier, SA 5290

Lot 3

PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY)

lifestyle1.net | 27

ABOVE: Damian out on farm

,BTCBI / 5PQ $BMWJOH &BTF BOE (SPXUI 1PTJUJWF 'BU ! NPOUIT

FS QSP SBUB CBTJT 4IBOF +PEJF 'PTU

UFFE GFSUJMF BOE TPVOE GPS ZFBST PO B

"MM CVMMT BSF GFSUJMJUZ UFTUFE BOE HVBSBO

T

he bulls will be yarded and available to walk through, without the pressure of sale day. It is particularly ideal for AuctionsPlus users.

Selecting the right genetics for your herd, and its profitability, has never been more important than in the current market where high quality Angus cattle continue to attract premium prices.

"OHVT #VMMT

TRAIT LEADING GROWTH, CALVING EASE BULLS WITH MUSCLE AND SOFTNESS

TE MANIA ANGUS

AUTUMN BULL SALE

MORTL AKE

These bulls have undergone latest “Single Step� genetic evaluation, incorporating genomic, or DNA, information into the calculation of Estimated Breeding Values (EBVs). Through performance testing, submitting data, and its analysis, Te Mania Angus is able to provide the highest level of information to buyers. Tom Gubbins, co-principal at Te Mania Angus said “’Single Step’ improves the

accuracy of EBV’s and spreads out the range of EBVs, widening the bell curve. More extreme, high performing animals at the ends of the bell curve are highlighted, and their numbers are more likely to remain constant.� “This gives beef producers, and Te Mania Angus, the opportunity to accelerate genetic gain even further, because the predictions of how progeny will perform (EBVs) will be closer to what we see on the ground�. The bulls offered in the March 7th bull sale, have data recorded for Gestation Length, Calving Ease, Birth Weight, 200D Weight, 400D Weight and Scrotal Size. Scanning data has been submitted for Rib and Rump Fat, Eye Muscle Area and Intra Muscular Fat. The same applies for structure, where front feet, rear feet and legs are assessed and submitted to Breedplan to create EBVs, which calculate values based on the animal and its relatives. Most recently the entire drop has been genomically tested, using Single Step analytical software which combines the pedigree, performance and genomic information in one single process. The depth of the data collection of Te Mania cattle extends through Team Te Mania Progeny Test herds, where data

collected on farm, in feedlots, and from processors is submitted to the same Breedplan data base for analysis. In the 2018 Autumn Sale, feature sire, Te Mania Garth G67 is in the Top 10 for Angus sires with the most recorded progeny in Australia in the last 2 years. He has had 1,844 progeny analysed throughout 32 herds, which builds the accuracy of his EBVs. The gates open at 9am on Friday, February 2nd, for interested breeders to visit Te Mania Angus, Reichmans Lane, Mortlake. Tom Gubbins and Hamish McFarlane welcome your questions about the breeding program, selecting the right bull for your herd, EBVs and Breeding Indexes. Tours of the property and cattle yards will be offered. More information on www.temania.com.au

180 BULLS BEEF WEEK PREVIEW

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND FROM 9AM

AUTUMN BULL SALE

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7TH 12 NOON

Proven ProďŹ tability for Commercial Producers

Further information – contact Te Mania Angus. Ph 03.5264 1218

ABOVE: Producers will have the chance to walk through the Te Mania Angus Autumn Sale bulls at their leisure during Beef Week, on Friday, February 2nd.

36 37

Hamish McFarlane 0427 641 606 Tom Gubbins 0429 952 197 www.temania.com.au


ACCOUNTANT

ACCOUNTANT

ACCOUNTING

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

ALL TREE LOPPING

ANTENNA INSTALLATION

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

ASBESTOS SERVICES

Beck’s Antennas Phone today

DOG GROOMING

BOARDING KENNEL

AUTO REPAIRS

0427 183 047 or AH 8725 6219

BRICKLAYING

BUILDING DESIGN

Book your space on 0400 598 327 *Business Directory. Price includes GST. Minimum 3 month (12 week) period, no copy changes allowed. $209 inc GST will be invoiced on first ad placement.

BUILDING & RENOVATIONS

CARPET CLEANING

CAR ACCESSORIES

CAR DETAILING

CARAVANS

DENTURE CLINIC

lifestyle1.net | 28

CARAVAN/TRAILER

CARTRIDGES & PRINTERS


ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING

FINANCIAL ADVISER

FREIGHT

FREIGHT

Freight Service 100% Lo d cally Owned & Operate

The Coastal Express Overnight from Adelaide to South East Daily

Door to Door Daily Service!

Mount Gambier - Millicent M cent - Southend - Beachport - Robe - Kingston

0408 0 408 838 838 027 027

FURNITURE

GARDEN

Phone 08 8762 0018

HOTELS

GARDEN SERVICES

Victoria Hotel BUY 1 MAIN MEAL & RECEIVE A

40 Meylin st Port MacDonnell 87382213 www.ptmacpub.com.au

2ND MAIN MEAL

FOR HALF PRICE*! *Of equal or lesser value. Excludes public holidays. Conditions apply. Main menu items only. Valid until 30/11/19

MECHANIC REPAIRS

LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

METAL

PAINTING

PAINTER & DECORATOR

!! "# ! ! $ ! #%% # &

'(') ( (*' PEST CONTROL

PARTY HIRE

PEST CONTROL & TERMITE INSPECTION

PICTURE FRAMING

PLUMBING

LOCAL | QUALIFIED | LICENSED | INSURED Family Owned & Operated RESIDENTIAL | COMMERCIAL

13 15 46 ROLLER DOORS

Locally owned and operatedÊ

Servicing the Limestone Coast of SA & South West of VIC • General Insect & Specialty Treatments • Ceiling & Under-Floor/Deck Dusting • Bee Hive & Wasp Nest Treatments • Pre-Purchase & Standard Termite / Timber Pest Inspections • Termite Prevention & Treatments • Rodent Control & Baiting Programs

1300 GO SPIDER | 1300 467 743 08 8724 8841

Book your space on 0400 598 327

hello@spidermanse.com www.spidermanse.com

*Business Directory. Price includes GST. Minimum 3 month (12 week) period, no copy changes allowed. $209 inc GST will be invoiced on first ad placement.

www.jimspestcontrolsa.com.au ROOFING

TRAILERS

SHEDS AND TRAILERS

SPAS, SWIM SPAS & POOLS

TRAINING

THERAPIST

WANTED

lifestyle1.net | 29


BRAIN TEASER WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in Adelaide in 1969. 2. I did my schooling at Rostrevor College and went on to study medicine at the University of Adelaide. 3. I worked in emergency medicine in Australia and London. 4. I decided to follow my brother into acting and moved to New York in the 1990s. 5. I currently call Santa Monica home, where I live with my wife and children. 6. I starred in the US police drama The District from 2001 to 2004 and have guest starred in numerous series including The Sopranos, NCIS, Cold Case and Castle. 7. I came to the attention of Australian audiences when I starred in the TV adaptation of Christos Tsiolkas’ novel The Slap produced for ABC TV in 2011. 8. I followed that Australian debut with roles in Underbelly and Love Child. 9. My actor brother’s name is Anthony. 10. I am now best known for my role as host of Australian Survivor since 2016. My name is Jonathan… ? AILGAPAL NAHTANOJ :REWSNA

SUDOKU 5 6

3 1 2

4 6

2 5 9 3 7 8 9 3 4 1

5 8 1 7 9 9 8 5 3 4 7 8 6 9 4 1 6 2

1. Which team won the 2019 Suncorp Super netball title? 2. What is the smallest bird in the world? 3. An apiarist cares for and raises what creature for commercial purposes? 4. Which Swiss actress played Honey Rider in the James Bond movie Dr. No? 5. Sean Connery won his only Oscar for his work in which movie? 6. What is the capital of Scotland? 7. How many Australians made the 2019 World Cup basketball All Star Five? 8. Who is the Federal Minister for Sport & Youth? 9. In which Australian State would I be if I were visiting Burnie? 10. Which was the first country to give women the vote? 11. Which New Zealand film earned a Best Actress nod for Keisha CastleHughes, who at age 13, was then, the youngest every nominee for that award? 12. Who wrote the literary classic The Old Man and the Sea?

13. Sodium chloride is better known by what common household name? 14. What is the cube root of 64? 15. How many players make up an ice hockey team? 16. Players competing in which sport vie for the Vince Lombardi Trophy? 17. Which ABC quiz show does 2019 Gold Logie winner Tom Gleeson host? 18. Who won the most recent series of Australian Survivor? 19. The Brownlow Medal, the AFL’s highest individual honour, is named after Charles Brownlow – with which club was he associated? 20. Who won the 2012 Brownlow Medal?

ANSWERS Answers 1. Sydney Swifts; 2. Bee Hummingbird; 3. Bees; 4. Ursula Andress; 5. The Untouchables; 6. Edinburgh; 7. None; 8. Richard Colbeck; 9. Tasmania; 10. New Zealand; 11. The Whale Rider; 12. Ernest Hemingway; 13. Salt; 14. Four; 15. Six; 16. NFL (American football); 17. Hard quiz; 18. Pia Miranda; 19. Geelong; 20. Trent Cotchin & Sam Mitchell (Jobe Watson was the original winner but had it stripped in the wake of the Essendon supplement scandal)

7

How to play: To solve this puzzle each 3x3 box, each row and each column must contain all the numbers from 1 to 9.

8 3 6 7 2 5 1 9 4

2 5 1 4 6 9 7 3 8

7 9 4 1 8 3 2 6 5

9 2 5 6 3 4 8 7 1

3 4 8 9 1 7 5 2 6

1 6 7 2 5 8 3 4 9

4 7 3 8 9 1 6 5 2

6 8 9 5 7 2 4 1 3

5 1 2 3 4 6 9 8 7

8,3

WHITTEN PROJECT CLASS OF 2019 GRADUATES The Western Bulldogs Leadership Project welcomed 18 new graduates to the Glenelg Shire alumni last week, celebrating the region’s sixth graduating class to the program focused on supporting young emerging leaders. The youth leadership program, which is administered by the Western Bulldogs Football Club Community Foundation with support from the Glenelg Shire Council, culminated with an official reflection of the participants’ achievements over the past six months, including individual Community Leadership Projects. This year participants tackled issues such as cyber and schoolyard bullying, body image and obesity, environmental crisis and beach pollution, gambling, condom inaccessibility and equality in sports participation in their projects, aiming to create change and make a positive influence. Western Bulldogs Leadership Project graduate Lilly Perkins, whose project focused on the impact of cyber and schoolyard bullying, said the experience had been ‘life changing’. “My time in Western Bulldogs is one that I will never forget,” she said. “I have had the best time and met the most amazing people. Throughout the camps and the excursions I have created memories

which I will cherish forever. I am very grateful that I had this opportunity.” To spark conversation and change about her project, Lilly singlehandedly organised a community trivia and auction night, raising more than $2600 for the Dolly’s Dream charity including a large number of donations from local and further afield businesses. “I was extremely surprised by the support of the community and businesses, both local and Australia wide, for the trivia and auction night. The amount of people that came and supported on the night was amazing and it was great to see how many people starting talking to others about their experiences,” she said. “I hope that more programs and resources will be offered in schools to prevent or support kids who have been bullied or are experiencing bullying. My hope for the future is that people start discussions lifestyle1.net | 30

about bullying and don’t just dismiss it.” Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Anita Rank said this year’s cohort included young people from across the shire hailing from Narrawong, Portland, Heywood, Bolwarra, Milltown and Casterton. “Our aim was to ensure that we had a diverse and inclusive group that represents all communities from across the shire,” she said. “On behalf of council, I am incredibly proud of what this group has achieved in such a short amount of time. Throughout the six month mentorship program participants have received hands-on opportunities to learn from respected

industry leaders and build their capacities in teamwork, resilience, goal setting and community engagement. I encourage every graduate to continue engaging with our local community, as we look to them as the next generation of local leaders.” Above - Western Bulldogs Leadership Project graduates with program facilitator Kyle Byers (far right) and youth program manager Salim Mohamed (far left).


LOCAL SPORT HIGH OCTAINE PRESSURE FROM MAGPIES SECURES FLAG Kalangadoo’s 2019 premiership was built on the back of a couple of veterans and some young guns as the Magpies made it three from three against the Murphies for season 2019. Ethan Maney took home the Stan Jones Medal for best on ground, and rightly so, given not just his ability to win the ball but his exquisite use going forward. That being said, no one would have begrudged seven goal former coach Ben Mules the honour with Glencoe having no answer to the tough, smart forward who was still contesting strongly in the last, when the game was all but won, to still take a couple of strong marks and kick truly. It was a tight opening quarter, although, the weight of possession suggested the Magpies perhaps should have registered a couple of extra majors, and the game was still well and truly in the balance with Kalangadoo 11 points clear. The second half was the best of the conditions but Glencoe never managed to make inroads and the Murphies were four goals in arrears going into the last. The Magpies made sure there would be no last quarter surge for the Murphies, scoring early in the last and the margin would have been greater were it not for a couple of late junk time goals for Glencoe. The McManus brothers, especially Sam, were busy early and won plenty of the football, while Brett Lindner showed his class with superb ball use and a toughness at the contest. Scoring had not been a problem all season for Glencoe but the conditions and relentless pressure from a rabid Magpie outfit refused to allow the Murphies to get any flow with

their ball movement and an injury to Dylan Childs also did little to help their cause. Tom Edwards and Jesse Foster battled hard all day, while coach Zacc Cocks continued to try and lift his team but it was not to be.

IMPRESSIVE INTRUDERS TAKE TITLE

MOUNT GAMBIER NETBALL ASSOCIATION GRAND FINAL A GRADE A Grade Intruders 53 d Hobitz 48 - (Intruders pictured above) Best On Court –Kate Bisko - Intruders

A2 GRADE

Best On Court – Bec Cram - Saints

C GRADE

Intruders Orange 42 d Zodiacs 39 Best On Court – Molly Redding – Intruders Orange

15 & UNDER

Hobitz Red 49 d Intruders Orange 29 Best On Court – Kellie Wallace Hobitz

Saints 46 d Intruders Black 41 Best On Court – Rhianna Christian - Saints

13 & UNDER A

Amazons 39 d Intruders 37 Best On Court – Abby Whitehead - Amazons

13 & UNDER B

B1 GRADE B2 GRADE

Saints 36 d Lakes 35

FAIRYTALE FOR SISTER ACT

Intruders 50 d Vicis 24 Best On Court – Amalia Neumann - Intruders Saints 17 d Zodiacs Gold 13 Best On Court – Chloe Day -Zodiacs

Twin sisters Lauren and Abbey Duncan had played in a number of A Grade premierships together when they were talented teenagers on the rise, but the duo had never teamed up on court with younger sister Georgia and season 2019 presented the girls with an opportunity to do just that. Abbey, having returned from a stint at North Gambier a couple of seasons ago, had already played alongside Georgia in the 2018 title decider, but it needed the return of Lauren, from a two year coaching stint at South Gambier, to complete the dream scenario for the Duncan family. Lauren returned, taking the goal defence bib for the Magpies, a position not totally alien to the versatile player but certainly not where she had played any of her serious senior netball. The plan was initially, just to play in the same team together, but obviously a premiership, especially given the dominant history of Kalangadoo in the past three decades, was always on the cards and would have provided the perfect footnote to the season for the sisters. And they got their fariytale ending as Kalangadoo dominated Glencoe to take the title – 61-51 – in a game where the third quarter told the story, the Magpies winning it 19-8 to seal the deal. Abbey is the sister with the bragging rights, taking out best on court for the second successive year with her work rate up the court, as well as her trademark long range accuracy, impressing in every quarter. She netted 33 from 40, including a critical 16 from 17 in the opening half, when the game was on a knife’s edge. Lauren got her share of important touches during the contest as well, with her tight one on one checking and willingness to try and contest every pass delivered to her opponent. Her combination with Chelsea Croser, another player, not playing alongside her siblings, but following in the footsteps of sisters Jasmine and Sarah and mother Katie, who is now president of the club, made life tough for the quality Glencoe shooting combination. Georgia has made the wing defence bib her own in the past two seasons and again denied her opponent any easy ball and got a couple of critical deflections off centre passes in the second half. The tears flowed at the final whistle for a number of the Magpie players but no more so than for the Duncan girls, who sought each other out first in the frenetic after match celebrations.

lifestyle1.net | 31

Above (top left) - Abbey, Georgia & Lauren Duncan celebrate winning their first ever A Grade premiership together & (above from top) Abbey; Lauren & Georgia in action on grand final day.


LOCAL SPORT MANEY & MULES LEAD THE MAGPIES TO VICTORY

2019 A GRADE FOOTBALL PREMIERS - KALANGADOO

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL GRAND FINAL A GRADE Kalangadoo 3.5 7.5 11.8 16.8 (104) Glencoe 3.2 5.6 7.8 10.10 (70) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Mules 7; B. Galpin 3; B. gregory 2; B. Auld, T. McManus, E. Maney, B. Lindner. Glencoe: A. Hentschke 2; Z. Cocks, T. Weaver, J. Dobie, C. Von Duve, D. Childs, B. Foster, L. Medhurst, D. Pfitzner. Best - Kalangadoo: E. Maney, B. Mules, J. Bannister, B. Lindner, S. McManus, J. Casey. Glencoe: T. Edwards, J. Foster, Z. Cocks, N. Martin, J. Bates. BEST ON GROUND - STAN JONES MEDAL - ETHAN MANEY (KALANGADOO)

B GRADE Hatherleigh 2.3 5.6 7.9 14.12 (96) Glencoe 3.0 5.2 7.4 8.5 (53) Goals- Hatherleigh: J. Altschwager 6; H. Biddle, T. Bell, J. Gilbertson 2; J. Jones, J. Rayson. Glencoe: A. Scott 3; N. Easterbrook 2; S. Giersch, N. Cory, E. Bronca. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Rayson, L. Haines, J. Altschwager, T. Merrett, T. Bell, J. Gilbertson. Glencoe: N. Cory, B. Hentschke, S. Giersch, D. Watson, B. Colliver. BEST ON GROUND - JOE RAYSON (HATHERLEIGH)

SENIOR COLTS Mt Burr 0.4 1.7 6.11 8.12 (60) Robe 2.3 4.4 5.5 7.8 (50) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Vanderhorst 3; J. Wilson, F. Johnston, K. Bevan, B. Scott, J. Muhovics. Robe: H. Bigmore 3; R. legoe, J. Laurie, G. Dutton, H. McInness. Best - Mt Burr: T. Vanderhorst, T. Allen, J. Muhovics, D. O’Callaghan, J. Wilson. Robe: P. Matthews, H. McInnes, J. Laurie, H. Bigmore, D. McInnes, J. Robertson. BEST ON GROUND - ALLEN JENKIN MEDAL - TOM VANDERHORST (MT BURR)

JUNIOR COLTS Robe 2.2 4.6 8.7 12.10 (82) Tantanoola 1.2 1.2 1.3 2.3 (15) Goals - Robe: M. Keane, D. Nunan, J. Dutton, R. Bigmore 2; K. Carter, M. Robertson, J. Ciabattoni, C. McMullan. Tantanoola: B. lawson, B. Rowe. Best - Robe: O. Haggett, J. Murch, F. Peel, D. Nunan, M. Keane, N. Barr. Tantanoola: B. Sandow, P. Jennings, A. Lindner, E. Cushion, C. Kelly, A. Clarke. BEST ON GROUND - JOHN SEEBOHM TROPHY - OLIVER HAGGETT (ROBE)

Left (top ) - Ben Mules & Jesse Foster look to be first to this loose ball. Above (from top) - B Grade premiers - Hatherleigh; senior colts premiers - Mt Burr & junior colts premiers Robe.

Left - Brett Lindner was on of the Pies best. Above - Andrew Stone looks to take this mark late in the grand final.

lifestyle1.net | 32


LOCAL SPORT BASKETBALL SILVERWARE DECIDED

MG Plasterers SECBL Grand Finals Women • Cougars 93 def Panthers 31 This contest saw heavy favourite and undefeated Cougars face off with Panthers, who managed to scrap through to the final by a point on the back of an Alyssa Duncan free throw. Cougars asserted their dominance on the game from the opening tip scoring the first six points before a Sam Crute shot put the Panthers on the board. Panthers struggled to contain the firepower of Cougars, who continued to increase their lead each quarter finishing with five players in double figures, with Mikaela Horrigan top scoring on 27 points. Young player Alyssa Duncan battled hard and managed 16 points for the Panthers but they simply could not keep up with the depth and talent of the Cougars. Cougars player Emily Dawe was awarded the game MVP, playing with her usual versatility and toughness. Tenille Gray,also from Cougars received league MVP honours for another outstanding season, using her versatile inside and outside game to not only lead her side in scoring but lead them to an undefeated season that was capped off by a big grand final win. The Sally-Jane Allen/Trisha Flett Trophy for the junior polling the most votes in the MVP count went to Saints player Maddi Haggett, a strong inside player that plays

with great maturity and has an exciting future ahead of her. Men • Panthers 95 def Bulldogs Red 81 Only percentage separated these two teams from top and second place at the end of the regular season. In their first finals clash it would be Bulldogs that would win and gain entry into the final, while Panthers had to get past Roos to get their second opportunity at the Bulldogs side. The Panthers started strong against a vulnerable Bulldogs side that were without their leading scorer Matt Black for this contest, opening up a 10 to 3 lead in the first quarter. However, behind the play of Shaun Lock, Bulldogs were able to not only work their way into the contest but hold a two point lead at quarter time. Both teams used a balanced scoring approach with each team having five players manage double figures. The scoring battle between young guns Oli Thomson and Duncan Reid showed both sides have very bright futures. Panthers made their move in the third quarter stretching the lead out to as many as nine, although Bulldogs were brave and did their best to eat into the lead, but it would prove too great going down by 14 points in the end. Game MVP was awarded to Oli Thomson on the back of his 26 points that included four triples. Simon Berkefeld,

of Bulldogs Blue, once again was awarded the League MVP after another impressive season, this being an amazing 16th time Simon has been awarded with the league MVP. The Bill Cook Trophy for highest junior vote getter in the MVP count went to Bulldogs Red player Duncan Reid, who impressed with 20 points in the grand final. Above (from left) - Cougars SECBL premiership winning women’s team; Panthers SECBL premiership winning men’s team; women’s grand final MVP Emily Dawe (Cougars) & men’s grand final MVP Oli Thomson (Panthers). Right - Bill Cook Trophy winner - Duncan Reid (Bulldogs). The award is for the best Under 21 player in the A Grade compeittion.

SOUTH EAST VETERANS GOLF Beachport’s Wally Altschwager’s 41 points headed the group of 41 players at Bordertown, taking out First Division from Brian Butcher from Chrystal Brook 37, (he being a former local who was very familiar with the well presented course) and Barry Brook of Attamurra had 36. Second Division was won by Gavin Sparrow of Blue Lake enjoying a golden run with 36 points, and a threeway countback on 35 went to Kym Sandford from Bordertown, from Glen Tilley of Millicent while past president Bruce Packer missed out altogether. The ball rundown was for 29 or better and the Ross Orchard was taken out by Bob Tonkin and Ian Cox. The NTP winners were Milan Hodak (2) Brian Butcher, Wally Altschwager and Pat Ryan, a Mundulla identity. The next outing is Naracoorte on October 14.

lifestyle1.net | 33

CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR FULL SUMMARY OF THE WEEKEND’S MOUNT GAMBIER NETBALL ASSOCIATION GRAND FINAL RESULTS


LOCAL SPORT MORE BASKETBALL SILVERWARE DECIDED

A Reserve Grand Finals Roos Def Panthers 53 to 38 Panthers Men’s A Reserve’s dream final run came to a halt at the hand of the Roos, the Panther had over come the odds after finishing fourth. Behind the play of Bradley Jachmann, Panthers were able to beat Bulldogs and Cougars in knockout games to set up a final game against the top placed Roos. Roos, who finished the regular season on top, had to over come the Cougars by two points to gain entry to the grand final where they had a week off to evaluate their next opponent. Both teams exchanged baskets to open the game but it was all Roos from there stretching out to a 16 – 4 lead by quarter time, a lead that would prove too great for Panthers to overcome. Bradley Jachmann battled hard for Panthers as he had all season and finished with 15 points, father son combo of Mark and Caleb Bachmann combined for 30 points and proved too much for Panthers to be able to contain. Game MVP was awarded to Roos Mark Bachmann showing his younger family members he has still got it. Brodie Jolley who led his team to a top place finish was awarded with the League MVP.

A Reserve Women Cougars 38 def Panthers 36 Undefeated Panthers would have been considered favourites for this contest however with team leading scorer Emily Hunter not available it gave the Cougars an edge. At times during the game the Cougars threatened to control and run away with the game howeve Panthers showed plenty of courage to get themselves back into the contest each time. The conclusion of the game was exciting right to the finish, a Cody Manning three pointer bringing Panthers back to within three with 16 seconds left had a nervous Cougars team trying to protect the ball. Cougars coming away winners by two pints. Young gun Sarah Ritter led Cougars with 18 points, Manning had three three pointers for the Panthers on the way to a team high 13. Game MVP was awarded to Cougars player Ebony McDiarmid and Panthers player Emily Hunter was named as league MVP. B Grade Gold Couldabeenz 35 def Vitality Hawks 28 Two old rivals and the two top sides faced off in

the Gold Division grand Ffnal. As expected, this was a physical contest with any entry into the key way being at that individuals own risk. Different players threatened throughout the game to break it open however both sides were desperate to take away any advantages. When Sam ‘Down Town’ Griffith fouled out in dramatic fashion the Couldabeenz fans were starting to wonder if their side had enough fire power to hold off Hawks with Kingsley Clark and Jamie Croker starting to work their way into the game. The Couldabeenz were led home by eventual game MVP Mark Vinko who top scored with 12 points, Jamie Croker led the Hawks with eight points of his own. Dual league MVPs were awarded to Vitality Hawks Player Jamie Croker and Couldabeenz Scott Flett.

B Grade Blue Beags Black 47 def Beags Red 46 The all Beagle Boy clash provided a double over time classic that will no doubt be remember for years to come. The Beags Red found themselves in a whole at the half trailing 20 to 9, however a 19 to 9 run led by Ben Loef and Vincent Panares

had their team right back in the contest. With his side down by two with the regulation buzzer fast approaching Loef was able to make a shot to tie the score and force over time. Neither side could gain control of the extra period with many lead changes, and again it was Loef with a clutch free throw that sent the game into another over time period. Travis ‘Baseline Bandit’ Fatchen found room to get the second over time underway and his side a two-point lead, again neither side to get any separation from the other. There were many tense moments with players fouling and sending people to the free-throw line, it was Sam Bonanno who held his nerve at the end of the game to give his side the one-point victory. Beags Black player Paul Summers was awarded the MVP of the game, Beags Red player Sam Leane received the league MVP.

SEE NEXT WEEK’S LIFESTYLE1 FOR A FULL WRAP OF THE JUNIOR PREMIERSHIP DECIDERS

SHOOT OFFS GALORE AT 50 TARGET EVENT Sixty three sporting clay shooters nominated for the 50 Target event at Burrungule Park sponsored by Gambier Rural Supplies and K & S Fuels. Ron Rhook, Jamie Dunn and Terry Scicluna each shot 46/50 necessitating a shoot off in which Rhook prevailed to take out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun. Dunn won AA grade with Scicluna in 2nd, Danny Bellinger took out 3rd after a shoot off with Chris Wright. A Grade also needed a shoot off with the experienced Dane Hastings 42/50 placing first over Matt Jones and the evergreen Malcolm rounding out in 3rd. Heath Telford 42/50 won B Grade by 5 targets over Graeme James and Mick Lamond. Charles Wallis 39/50 took out C Grade from Al Scheidl and Bob Clark. Ernie Scheidl 42/50 won the Seniors division over Wayne Evans and Ray Lindner. Chris VonStanke Snr 40/50 took out the Veterans class from Kevin Dyson and Greg Todd. Tasha Bellinger 38/50 had a big win over Emma Lawford and Nicola Harradine in the Ladies division. Ben Hastings won the Juniors from Carter Rossouw whilst in the Sub Juniors Declan Wright place first over Fletcher Rossouw and Brodie VonStankeDowie. The two person team Family shoot was won by Leigh & Jamie Dunn (Off the Gun) sponsored by the Wright Family. Handicap team event was won by Al Scheidl and Emma Lawford sponsored by Alan Jones family. Upcoming events Sunday, September 29 - 75 Targets Burrungule Park (Note 5th Sunday)

RESULTS Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun Ron Rhook 46/50 AA Grade; 1st J. Dunn 46/50, 2nd T. Scicluna 46/50, 3rd D. Bellinger 45/50 A Grade; 1st D. Hastings 42/50, 2nd M. Jones 42/50, 3rd M. Whitehead 42/50 B Grade; 1st H. Telford 42/50, 2nd G.J ames 37/50, 3rd M. Lamond 37/50 C Grade; 1st C. Wallis 39/50, 2nd A. Scheidl 34/50,

3rd B. Clark 34/50 Seniors; 1st E. Scheidl 42/50, 2nd W. Evans 35/50, 3rd R. Lindner 27/50 Veterans; 1st C. VonStanke Snr. 40/50, 2nd K. Dyson 39/50, 3rd G. Todd 39/50 Ladies; 1st T. Bellinger 38/50, 2nd E. Lawford 28/50, 3rd N. Harradine 26/50 Juniors; 1st B. Hastings 36/50, 2nd C. Rossouw 25/50 Sub-Juniors 1st D. Wright 36/50, 2nd F. Rossouw 33/50, 3rd B. VonStanke-Dowie 28/50

lifestyle1.net | 34

Above (left) - High Gun Winner Ron Rhook (right) with sponsor Dane Hastings. Above (centre) - Family Shoot Winners Jamie Dunn (left) & Leigh Dunn (right) with sponsor representative Declan Wright (centre). Above (right) - Family Shoot Handicap Winners Emma Lawford & Al Scheidl.


LOCAL SPORT MAGPIES SWOOP FOR ANOTHER TITLE

The third quarter is so often dubbed the championship quarter in major sporting finals and it certainly proved to be in the 2019 Mid South East Netball Association A Grade grand final between Kalangadoo and Glencoe. Leading by five at the main break, the Magpies came out firing, dominating the Murphies to turn that narrow buffer into a 16 goal three quarter time lead and the title was effectively theirs. Star centre Jayde Peacock led the charge in the match defining quarter, taking three interceptions early as the Magpies got on a roll. Kalangadoo also brought veteran goaler Melissa Russell into the goal shooter role and the return of their multi-premiership player to the court seemed to make all the Magpies on court walk taller. Russell did not miss in her return to her shooting combination with best on court Abbey Duncan, and she even took the centre bib when a blood rule forced Peacock and Jane Nunan from the court for a period late in the quarter. The defensive line of Chelsea Croser and Lauren Duncan also stood tall in this quarter, restricting the usually high scoring Murphy combination of Jenna Paproth and Malinda Markiewicz to only eight goals in a quarter where Glencoe generated 10 scoring opportunities and Kalangadoo had a massive 23. The Murphies sis rally in the last, on the back of Donna Jaeschke and Sarah Edwards creating some turnover ball and Markiewicz netting 14 from 17 but the game was already gone. Abbey Duncan was adjudged best on court and her movement and long range accuracy was consistent over four quarters. Peacock would also have been in contention with her steady feeding all game, as well as her ball winning ability when Kalangadoo looked to take control of the match as she turned back the clock to get her hands on a number of critical balls. Croser and Lauren Duncan were also critical in establishing the healthy lead with their attack on the ball and willingness to contest everything. Sarah Edwards battled hard at goal defence and secured a number of deflections, Markiewicz was the focal point of the shooting circle and provided some wonderful shooting highlights with her long range efforts and April Von Duve was at her tight checking best in the first half, scrapping for every loose ball. Above - Kalangadoo A Grade premiership team. Below (from left) - Glencoe coach Jenna Paproth; young Magpie defender Chelsea Croser in full flight; Jayde Peacock protects the ball from Glencoe centre Donna Jaeschke and Georgia Duncan disrupts this centre pass to Glencoe’s Ashlea Edwards.

A Reserve premiers - Port MacDonnell

B Grade premiers - Kalangadoo

B Reserve premjers - Glencoe

17 & Under premiers - Kalangadoo

15 & Under premiers - Hatherleigh

13 & Under premiers - Hatherleigh

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL GRAND FINAL A GRADE

B RESERVE

Kalangadoo 61 (A. Duncan, J. Peacock) d Glencoe 51 (M. Markiewicz, A. Von Duve) BEST ON COURT - ABBEY DUNCAN (KALANGADOO)

BEST ON COURT - ABBIE COCKS (GLENCOE)

A RESERVE Port MacDonnell 43 (K. Carrison, B. Williams) d Kalangadoo 28 (A. Paterson, J. Ryan) BEST ON COURT - KIRBY CARRISON (PORT MACDONNELL)

B GRADE

Kalangadoo 37 (S. Pulkkinen, I. Giddings) d Port MacDonnell 30 (B. Wilson, I. Sneath) BEST ON COURT - SHANEN PULKKINEN (KALANGADOO)

lifestyle1.net | 35

Glencoe 44 (S. McDonnell, N. Orr) d Hatherleigh 35 (F. Jackman, A. Haines)

17 & UNDER

Kalangadoo 46 (K. Ousey, J. RYan) d Robe 24 (T. Nicolle, R. Nettle) BEST ON COURT - KERYL OUSEY (KALANGADOO)

15 & UNDER

Hatherleigh 38 (E. Redden, L. Haines) d Kalangadoo 36 (K. Collins, S. Varcoe, E. Mulraney) BEST ON COURT - JASMINE BELLINGER (HATHERLEIGH)

13 & UNDER

Hatherleigh 40 (C. Golding, B. Poulish) d Mt Burr 24 (A. Falting, J. Bowering) BEST ON COURT - CRYSTAL GOLDIONG (HATHERLEIGH)


SPORT MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL & NETBALL AWARDS

A Grade best & fairest - Annie Hunter (Robe)

A Grade joint runners up - Abbey Duncan (Kalangadoo) & Sarah Edwards (Glencoe)

Senior Most Consistent - Courtney Pink (Hatherleigh) with MSENA President Sara Gray

Junior Most Consistent - Lacey Haines (Hatherleigh) with life member Necia Evans

A Reserve joint best & fairest - Keryn Moore (Robe) & Michelle Richardson (Nangwary) with life member Kylie Serle

A Reserve joint runners up - Courtney Pink (Hatherleigh) & Jaime Ryan (Kalangadoo) with life member Kylie Serle (left).

B Grade runner up Sallyanne Morgan (Port MacDonnell); trophy donor Carmel Chapman & B Grade best & fairest - Shanen Pulkinnen (Kalangadoo)

B Reserve best &b fairest Brooke Winterfield (Kalangadoo) and runner up Rebecca Fox (Mt Burr)

17 & Under runner up - Rosie Nettle (Robe)

15 & Under best & fairest (Theresa Fennell Memorial Award) - Lacey Haines (Hatherleigh) with Fiona Wilson. Absent: Runner up - Mackenzie Millard (Port MacDonnell)

13 & Under best & fairest - Lillie Paul (Hatherleigh)& runner up Bella Poulish (Hatherleigh) with life member Raelene Smith (centre).

17 & Under joint best & fairest - Jolie Crowhurst (Kalangadoo) & Tara Nicolle (Robe) with life member Kylie Serle (centre).

Under 21 Award - Annie Hunter (Robe) presented by life member Kirsty Johnson

Senior Umpiring Award - Nat Telfer-Scott

2019 Team of the Year - (back row from left) - Maddy Redman; Ebony McDiarmid; Jenna Paproth (playing coach of the year); Donna Jeaschke & Annie Hunter (front row from left) Jayde Peacock; Abbey Duncan; Tegan Merrett & Sarah Edwards. Absent: Megan Hein


SPORT MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL & NETBALL AWARDS

Mail Medallist - Tom Wachtel (Robe) with MSEFL president Peter Mitchell

A Grade Runner Up (Walker Medal) - Harrison Evans (Kongorong)

Most Valuable Player Award - Andrew Stone (Kalangadoo)

RECORD HAUL South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott has picked up 17 wickets in a County Championship Division One cricket match. Abbott took 9-40 and 8-46 to finish with 17-86 — the best figures in first-class cricket since England’s Jim Laker picked up all 10 wickets in an innings and match figures of 19-90 against Australia in a Test in Manchester in 1956.

Life membership - Trent Hawke (Glencoe) with MSEFL president Peter Mitchell

Champion Club - Hatherleigh and runner up Robe presented by Scott Duncan (centre).

Reseves best & fairest (Carthew Medal) - Tim Merrett Hatherleigh). Absent: Runner up - Jacob Simmonds (Port MacDonnell)

CURRY COMMITS Stephen Curry, one of many big name US players who did not participate in the recent World Cup, has already committed to representing Team USA at next year’s Olympics. The lack of star power at the World Cup marked a low point in the country’s basketball history as the defending champions’ seventh-place result marked their worst finish in a tournament to which it sent NBA players. A full strength Team USA will be near impossible to beat as they chase a fourth consecutive Olympic gold in Tokyo.

Senior Colts Jim Maney Memorial Player of the Year - Harry Bigmore (Robe)

Senior colts best & fairest (Malseed Medal) - Joel Virtanen (Nangwarry) & Taylor Allen (Mt Burr) with award donor Jason Malseed (centre)

Senior colts runner up - Harry Bigmore (Robe)

LUCK STILL A GIANT FACTOR All the preparation in the world can be undone by a dose of bad luck. News that Greater Western Sydney star Lachie Whitfield, arguably the teams most important player, had been hospitalised with appendicitis and will miss the AFL preliminary final against Collingwood. At the time of writing the game had not yet been played and maybe GWS overcame this obstacle but the timing certainly could not have been worse.

Junior colts best & fairest - Cade Kelly (Tantanoola) with trophy donors the Mansell family.

Junior colts runner up - James Dutton (Robe)

Under 21 Award (Bill Hanel Award) - Mitchell Leek (Hatherleigh)


FINALS FEVER AT BARRY MANEY FORD


Noel Barr Toyota

It’s time to get the feeling with Toyota Access 6W\OH DQG TXDOLW\ SOXV FRPSHWLWLYH ɬQDQFH TXDOLW\ SOXV FRPSHWLWLYH ɬQDQFH ,WȃV WLPH WR JHW WKH IHHOLQJ RQO\ D 7R\RWD JLYHV R JHW WKH IHHOLQJ RQO\ D 7R\RWD JLYHV 2É«HUV DYDLODEOH IRU FXVWRPHUV ZLWK D credit U FXVWRPHUV Z U F ZLWK WK K D cr crred c edit dit i sscore core off 60 6 600 00 an and d above, ZLWK FRPSDULVRQ UDWHV ranging ZLWK FRPSDULVRQ UDWHV ranging from 5.70% to 15.78%^ GHSHQGLQJ SULPDULO\ RQ \RXU FUHGLW VFRUH DQG RWKHU FULWHULD GHWHUPLQHG E\ 7R\RWD )LQDQFH QJ SULPDULLO\ \ RQ Q \RXU X FUHGL UHGL UH GLWW VF V RUH DQG G R RWKH K U FULWHULD GHWHUPLQHG E\ 7R\RWD )LQDQFH

HILUX SR5 4X4 DC GG 6AT )URP

51,990

$

'ULYHDZD\[D1]

6.25% 8.60 % $ 160

Annual 3HUFHQWDJH UDWH

&RPSDULVRQ UDWH

[A]

3HU ZHHN* ZLWK Toyota Access

PRQWKO\ UHSD\PHQWV RI GHSRVLW .0 KO\ UHSD\PHQ QWV RI GHSRVLW .0 DOORZDQFH DQG D ILQDO SD\PHQW RI WR NHHS \RXU 7R\RWD FH DQG D ILQDO SD\PHQW RI WR NHHS \RXU 7R\RWD

HILUX X DCAB 4X4 SR

HILUX SCAB CAB 4X2 WM

)URP

)URP

42,990

22,990

$

$

' @ 'ULYHDZD\>' @

6.25

%

Annual 3HUFHQWDJH UDWH

'ULYHDZD\ YHDZD\>' @

8.60 % & &RPSDULVRQ UDWH L W

138

$

[B]

3 3HU ZHHN N* ZLWK 7R\RWD $FFHVV

PRQWKO\ UHSD\PHQWV RI GHSRVLW .0 DOORZDQFH DQG D ɬQDO SD\PHQW RI WR NHHS \RXU 7R\RWD

6.25

%

Annual 3HUFHQWDJH UDWH

8.60 % &RPSDULVRQ UDWH &RPSDULVRQ UDWH

83

$

[C]

3HU ZHHN* 3HU ZHHN ZLWK 7R\RWD $FFHVV

PRQWKO\ UHSD\PHQWV RI GHSRVLW .0 DOORZDQFH DQG D ɬQDO SD\PHQW RI WR NHHS \RXU 7R\RWD

Noel Barr Toyota 35 Bay Road, Mount Gambier T 08 8721 3333 LMVD 65317

Trade, Keep, Return

noelbarrtoyota.com.au ^Comparison Rates will vary for each customer between 5.70% and up to 15.78% (and annual percentage rates between 3.40% to 13.29%) depending primarily on your credit score and other relevant criteria determined by Toyota Finance. Comparison rates of 8.60% are available to around 70% of SRWHQWLDO FXVWRPHUV ZLWK D FUHGLW VFRUH RI DQG DERYH ZKR DOVR VDWLVI\ RWKHU UHOHYDQW FULWHULD GHWHUPLQHG E\ 7R\RWD )LQDQFH 7KHVH ƪJXUHV DUH EDVHG RQ PRGHOOLQJ E\ 7R\RWD )LQDQFH >$@ >%@ >&@ SHU ZHHN DUH DYDLODEOH RQ D 7R\RWD $FFHVV &RQVXPHU /RDQ WR DSSURYHG SHUVRQDO DSSOLFDQWV RI 7R\RWD )LQDQFH WR ƪQDQFH WKH SXUFKDVH RI D >$@+L/X[ 65 [ '& ** $7 >%@+L/X[ G&DE [ 65 >&@ +L/X[ V&DE [ :0 ([FOXGHV >$@ 6WRFN >%@ 7UD\ 1RW ,QFOXGHG >&@ *HQHUDO 3XUSRVH $OO\ 7UD\ ,QFOXGHG 'ULYHDZD\ SULFH RI >$@ >%@ >&@ LQFOXGHV PRQWKV UHJLVWUDWLRQ PRQWKV FRPSXOVRU\ WKLUG SDUW\ LQVXUDQFH GHDOHU GHOLYHU\ DQG VWDPS GXW\ >OHVV D GHSRVLW RI >$@ >%@ >&@ @ ZLWK >$@ >%@ >&@ PRQWKO\ SD\PHQWV LQ DUUHDUV QRW H[FHHGLQJ >$@ >%@ >&@ DQG D EDOORRQ ƪQDO SD\PHQW HTXDO WR WKH Åš*)9Å› RI >$@ >%@ >&@ $GGLWLRQDO LQWHUHVW FKDUJHV DFFUXH ZKHQHYHU D EDOORRQ ƪQDO SD\PHQW RSWLRQ LV VHOHFWHG %DVHG RQ DQ DQQXDO SHUFHQWDJH UDWH RI >$@ >%@ >&@ 7RWDO DPRXQW SD\DEOH >$@ >%@ >&@ 7HUPV FRQGLWLRQV IHHV DQG FKDUJHV DSSO\ 2Æ©HU YDOLG XQWLO &RPSDULVRQ 5DWH LV EDVHG RQ D \HDU VHFXUHG FRQVXPHU ƪ[HG UDWH ORDQ RI :$51,1* 7KLV FRPSDULVRQ UDWH LV WUXH RQO\ IRU WKH H[DPSOHV JLYHQ DQG PD\ QRW LQFOXGH DOO IHHV DQG FKDUJHV 'LÆ©HUHQW WHUPV IHHV RU RWKHU ORDQ DPRXQWV PLJKW UHVXOW LQ D GLÆ©HUHQW FRPSDULVRQ UDWH 7R\RWD )LQDQFH LV D GLYLVLRQ RI 7R\RWD )LQDQFH $XVWUDOLD /LPLWHG $%1 $)6/ DQG $XVWUDOLDQ &UHGLW /LFHQFH 7KH *XDUDQWHHG )XWXUH 9DOXH Åš*)9Å› LV WKH PLQLPXP YDOXH RI \RXU 7R\RWD DW WKH HQG RI \RXU ƪQDQFH FRQWUDFW DV GHWHUPLQHG E\ 7R\RWD )LQDQFH VXEMHFW WR IDLU ZHDU DQG WHDU FRQGLWLRQV DQG DJUHHG NLORPHWUHV EHLQJ PHW XS WR >$@ NP >%@ NP >&@ NP 3OHDVH VSHDN ZLWK \RXU GHDOHU IRU PRUH LQIRUPDWLRQ T2019- 011748


ECLIPSE CROSS BLACK EDITION 2WD CVT AUTO • BLACK 18” ALLOY WHEELS • BLACK GRILLE • BLACK CORNER EXTENSIONS • BLACK SIDE MIRRORS MiTEC MITSUBISHI INTUITIVE TECHNOLOGY • SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY AUDIO (SDA) WITH 7” TOUCH SCREEN • FORWARD COLLISION MITIGATION SYSTEM (FCM)

TRITON GLX+ 4X4 DIESEL DOUBLE CAB – PICK UP MANUAL • 3.1 TONNE TOWING • 2.4L MIVEC TURBO DIESEL • 6-SPEED MANUAL • EASY SELECT 4WD MiTEC MITSUBISHI INTUITIVE TECHNOLOGY • ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL (ASC) • FORWARD COLLISION MITIGATION SYSTEM (FCM) • LANE DEPARTURE WARNING (LDW)

$30,490

DRIVE AWAY 1

+ FREE AUTO 3 $1,500 VALUE

$37,990 7 YEARS

WARRANTY †

$299

DRIVE AWAY 1

CAPPED PRICE SERVICING ^

PAJERO SPORT GLX AUTO • 3.1 TONNE TOWING • SUPER SELECT II 4WD • ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL MiTEC MITSUBISHI INTUITIVE TECHNOLOGY • SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY AUDIO (SDA) WITH 7” TOUCH SCREEN • FORWARD COLLISION MITIGATION SYSTEM (FCM)

TRITON GLS 4X4 DIESEL DOUBLE CAB – PICK UP MANUAL • 3.1 TONNE TOWING • 2.4L MIVEC TURBO DIESEL • 6-SPEED MANUAL • SUPER SELECT II 4WD MiTEC MITSUBISHI INTUITIVE TECHNOLOGY • HILL DESCENT CONTROL (HDC) • ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL (ASC) • FORWARD COLLISION MITIGATION (FCM) • LANE DEPARTURE WARNING (LDW) • BLIND SPOT WARNING (BSW) • FRONT PARKING SENSORS

$42,490

DRIVE AWAY 1

+ FREE AUTO 4 $2,500 VALUE

$42,490 7 YEARS

WARRANTY †

DRIVE AWAY 1

$299

CAPPED PRICE SERVICING ^

VISIT YOUR LOCAL MITSUBISHI DEALER | BUYAMITSUBISHI.COM.AU | 1300 911 850