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ISSUE 806 | November 7 - 13 2019 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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COVER - WILLOW FINANCIAL SERVICES NOW ALL UNDER ONE ROOF Willow Financial Services is committed to helping you with all your financial needs and planning future financial success. They have continued to add to their expert team over the years to ensure they continue to provide that top quality, yet personal, service to all their clients. Willow has also now moved the insurance arm of the business to their Eleanor Street premises, providing the raft of services on offer from Willow under the one roof. Protecting your assets is also pivotal and is why Willow offers a range of general insurance products, now offering that all important insurance advice and support under the same roof as the mortgage broking and financial planning services. A wealth of knowledge and experience, an abundance of energy, a passion for finance and a deep understanding of what will work best for you is the hallmark of Willow Financial Services and everyone at Willow has built a strong reputation and are respected names in the local financial sector. Willow boasts a wealth of knowledge in all facets of the financial industry, the three dedicated financial advisers, as well as support staff, are committed to helping you achieve financial well being by addressing your current needs and long term financial goals.

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From wealth creation to retirement planning and everything in life’s financial journey in between, Willow has the expertise to help you make the right decision for you. Specialist financial advisers, like the team at Willow, are also becoming even more important as the banks start winding back that side of their business. They also boast specialist mortgage brokers, who can provide, and achieve your financial goals with personal loans, home loans, investment lending, commercial and asset finance.

With access to more than 30 lenders, finding the right loan for you, is what they do. Willow Financial Services endeavours to make your experience as relaxed as possible, whilst ensuring that you are provided with the most current and comprehensive information, products and services available. Willow also farewelled one its valuable team members at the beginning of last month, with Chris Lynch transitioning to retirement after more than 30 years in the financial planning game.

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COMMERCIAL STREET (FROM CROUCH STREET TO WEHL STREET) MOUNT GAMBIER November 16

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LIONS BLUE LAKE BRASS BAND FESTIVAL STREET MARCH - 9AM MASSED MARCH - 10.15AM (COMMERCIAL STREET) AFTERNOON CONCERT - 1PM (SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE) MOUNT GAMBIER November 16 (Pictured)


ANNE RECOGNISED FOR HER HEART OF GOLD After more than 20 years as a carer herself, as well as being part of a number of support groups, working parties and industry think tanks, Mount Gambier Anne Bawden’s efforts were recognised on Friday night at the South Australian Community Achievement Awards when she took out the Carer Achievement Award at the gala presentation dinner. It took quite an effort from organisers to secure Anne’s attendance. “I had been in Brisbane for (her son) Amechai’s athletics and we are always doing so much travel for that and I just couldn’t justify the cost of going to Adelaide again for a one night dinner,” Anne said. But behind the scenes, the generosity of a variety of people to cover some of the travel and accommodation costs saw Anne and her husband Rob make the trip and just as well, given she was indeed the winner of her category. “I was honestly shocked,” Anne said. “The other two finalists had been carers for a lot longer than me and I just didn’t think I would win.” Anne, already not one for public speaking, also did not have a speech prepared, so she had to wing her moment in the spotlight. “I had intended to make some nots and the organisers gave us a briefing just before the dinner and said even if you think you are no chance you should have some sort of speech prepared but I just didn’t find time,” Anne said. Her award was sponsored by Carers SA and included a $2000 prize from the

Commonwealth Bank, and a trophy to mark the achievement. Anne began life as a carer 23 years ago when her son Amechai, now a household name in sporting circles with his athletics and soccer prowess at able bodied and disability events regionally, on the State stage, nationally and even internationally – representing Australia earlier this year at the Special Olympics. And establishing a Strong Special Olympics program in the Limestone Coast was one of Anne’s first proactive steps as a carer. And she does not just care for Amechai, but has also been a carer to other children with disabilities and supports her intellectually disabled

niece. Anne is involved with South East Carers, Parent Advocacy, Siblings Australia and Families4Families and was invited to the board of Inclusive Directions, South Country Regional Advisory Committee for Children Services and State Advisory Committee to the Education Minister. She is often called upon to be an advocate for both carers and people with disabilities in government circles, often representing either sector in meetings with Local, State and Federal Government representatives. She was also a key driver behind the Gears to Drive Program and attended an international conference in 2017 representing carers

from Australia. Anne is following in the footsteps of 2018 winner of the same award Katherine Height, giving Mount Gambier back to back wins in the Carer Achievement Award. Katherine cares for her young daughter Ella, who lives with a rare genetic condition resulting in Epilepsy. In 2014 Katherine launched Ella’s Purple Promise to raise money, educate and advocate for Epilepsy awareness. She has raised more than $10,000 for The Epilepsy Centre and aims to raise funds to bring professionals to Mount Gambier to provide training to educators. Katherine has received local and national recognition for her dedication to epilepsy awareness. Anne had already been in Adelaide last week, leading into the awards night, as part of a training program for carers. Anne has certainly seen support for carers improve over the past two decades and that is why she is so committed to continue to work hard to ensure carers are valued and have the support they need, given the importance of the unpaid role they play in the community. “Twenty years ago I was one of the only young carers and there was no one to really talk to but that has changed and now we have siblings taking on the role of carer and carers come from all walks of life and all ages and organisations like Carers SA and Carers South East are looking to make sure all those carers are coping with what is a demanding role,” Anne said.

HILL CLIMB THIS WEEKEND The 2019 Trident Tyre Centre Legend of the Lakes Hillclimb will be held this weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Friday, a “Classics and Clubmans Only” climb will be held for Historic Vehicles, plus a SEAC Member class. Scrutineering for this day will be held early in the day at the Valley Lakes. Scrutineering for Saturday and Sunday will be held on Friday evening at the Valley Lakes precinct, where vehicles can be viewed at close quarters after they have been checked by our Scrutineering teams. Saturday will commence with a familiarisation run in convoy under marshal control. Competition will commence after this run with at least three runs envisaged per vehicle. Competing against the clock on timed runs, the drivers skills are tested to the extreme. Driving in pursuit of the split second advantage could be the difference between glory and defeat. Sunday’s competition will commence at 9am and it’s envisaged that there will be at least three runs held, plus a shoot-out at 3.30pm for the fastest cars (two and four wheel drive). There are points at various stages of the course where the event can be viewed. Shuttle buses will be available so spectators can view the event from different spectator points. While the 2018 Hillclimb saw spectator numbers well above event organisers expectations, attendance at the 2019 event is set to be even bigger due to many added attractions. New to the Hillclimb last year was be big screen coverage of the event in corporate, public and crew areas at The Valley Lakes. The big screens will again be utilised at a Launch Party to be held in conjunction with Koonara Wines at the Rail Lands on Thursday, November, 7.. The Rail Lands precinct is a popular community gathering place and will offer the perfect opportunity to showcase the Hillclimb to the wider public and promote greater attendance at this year’s event. A comprehensive event program will be available for spectators. During the event there will be a public address system with radio hook up commentating throughout the days event. Above - Trent Brand in action in 2018. PHOTO COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD

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• GLASS • WINDOWS • DOORS to evolve with energy efficient glass now the order of the day, especially given glass has become a much more dominant feature in modern homes. “Glass is not just something to keep the weather out anymore, it is a feature of a home and with people wanting more glass in their homes, we had to find an energy efficient way of doing that,” general manager Peter Allen said. “And especially in Mount Gambier, people need to have a way of retaining heat in the home and that’s where energy efficient glass has really come into its own in recent times.” As the needs of the business and its clientele has changed, so has the need to move premises. Starting at 128 Commercial Street, it moved to 58 Commercial Street in 1954, before calling Crouch Street South home from 1975 until the move to Bodey Circuit in 2007. BROWN BROS. COMMERCIAL STREET PREMISES - 1920s

VIRIDIAN - MORE THAN JUST GLASS THE VIRIDIAN MOUNT GAMBIER STORY STARTS 130 YEARS AGO WHEN TWO YOUNG MEN, BORN ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE WORLD TEAMED UP TO START A PAINTING AND HOUSE DECORATING BUSINESS IN MOUNT GAMBIER.

The two young men were F. H. Howland, born in London, and James Brown, born in Robe, and the business was Brown Bros. Joining forces in 1889, their partnership lasted 26 years, but the name lasted for more than 100 years and was known as Pilkington Brown Bros. up until it became Viridian in 2008. What hasn’t changed is, it has been locals serving locals, moving from just house painting to being the first business in Mount Gambier to use spray painting and the first to introduce automotive paints. As Mount Gambier grew as a burgeoning regional centre, so did what the business had to offer, adding glass, windows and doors to its established repertoire of painting. There was a building boom and the move to aluminium windows and doors certainly kept the team busy. And the glass business continues

PILKINGTON BROWN BROS. CROUCH STREET SOUTH PREMISES - 1970s

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• GLASS • WINDOWS • DOORS In recent years, Viridian has been part of some stunning corporate work, with UniSA, Masters; WPRS; the new ALDI development with speciality shops and the Jubilee Highway East McDonalds, as well as many school redevelopments including Tenison Woods College Early Leaning Centre and work at Mount Gambier and Grant High Schools.

GLASS INSIGHT Viridian Comfort PlusTM Double Glazing offers outstanding winter comfort, cutting down on energy bills.

Brian Abfalter, a former managing director of Brown Bros. reflected on the company’s 100 year anniversary in 1989, that one of his most treasured memories from his 39 years with the business was watching the apprentices grow up, not just learning their craft and working their way through the ranks, but starting their own families and there is no doubt the Viridian of today, has the same feel with 18 of their 28 employees having topped the 10 year mark with the business and most of those are well over the 20 year mark.

Viridian also can provide window and door glass replacement; shower screens; Freedom retractable screens; Duralast fencing systems; glass balustrade systems; Stainlessview safety screens and splashbacks.

When it comes to all your glass needs, you need look no further than Viridian, offering LightBridge; ComfortPlus and SmartGlass. LightBridge provides superior insulation, allowing you to feel cool in your home during summer and warm in your home during winter. ConfortPlus is a single glazed, Low E glass, offering a great energy efficient option for most conventional single glazed window frames. It offers up to 30 per cent better insulation performance than ordinary single glazing. SmartGlass provides year round comfort for your family, utilising active insulation technology, boosting the energy star rating of your home, providing savings on your cooling and heating bills and comes with a 10 year warranty. Viridian also provides a range of stacker doors, corner sliding doors, cavity sliding doors and multi-fold doors.

Dale Byrne, Peter Knightly and Paul Stafford have all given more than 40 years of their working life to the business, with Peter Allen, Andrew Flett, Drew Sage, Bruce Davey, Kris Jarnevic, Gary Newman, David Stafford, Robert Young, Mandy Smith and Vicki Sage having all celebrated at least 30 years. And while the business cut its teeth in the residential housing boom, it was been just as active in the commercial sector.

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281 Coleraine Road, HAMILTON Phone: (03) 5571 1233


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BOANDIK FUNDRAISER RETURNS Boandik is holding its annual Longest Lunch fundraiser at the Barn this Sunday from 12.30-3.30pm. This is a fundraising event, with proceeds going towards the Community Wellbeing Centre, incoporating the hydrotherapy pool project, currently under construction at its Lake Terrace East site. The scrumptious degustation menu will feature canapes, followed by four courses, matched with wine and beer in the beautiful gardens at The Barn. It is a great opportunity to network with others and enjoy a degustation delight pre-christmas with friends and colleagues. The event is limited to 100 tickets

with mystery wine auctions to be held on the day,eEntertainment by local acoustic duo Strings Attached and a shuttle bus will be available from Mount Gambier to the event for a small fee. Tickets for Boandiks Longest Lunch fundraiser are now on sale. Simply log onto https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ boandik-longest-lunch-fundraiser2019-tickets-75109100341 and you will be directed to ticket purchases and further details. The Community Wellbeing Centre is set to be a whole of community facility, not exclusive to Boandik, so this is a great project to support for Mount Gambier, while enjoying a delicious lunch.

Complete Real Estate • For open times refer to www.completerealestate.com.au

JAZZ TALENT ON SHOW Join James Morrison and a host of his academy graduates in their end of year celebrations at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on November 20. There’ll be big bands, small combos and plenty of swinging jazz – including special guest appearances by Mat Jodrell, Angela Davis, Grant Windsor & Harry Morrison.

Gebhardts Real Estate • FRI 8th 5.00-5.30 2 Palamountain St • SAT 9th 9.00-9.30 1 Betula Rd • SAT 9th 9.00-9.30 33 Saint Andrews Dr • SAT 9th 9.15-9.45 9 Eustace St • SAT 9th 9.30-10.00 5 Mariner Crt • SAT 9th 9.45-10.15 3 Jenkins St • SAT 9th 9.45-10.15 33 Kalimna Cres • SAT 9th 10.00-10.30 4 Shepherdson Rd • SAT 9th 10.15-10.45 46 Harrald St • SAT 9th 10.30-11.00 304 Wehl St North • SAT 9th 10.30-11.00 16 Werona St

WATTLE RANGE LOOKING FOR AUSTRALIA DAY AWARD NOMINATIONS

• SAT 9th 10.45-11.15 27 Derwent Crt • SAT 9th 11.15-11.45 42 Brolga St • SAT 9th 11.15-11.45 2194 Carpenter Rocks Rd

Nominations for the 2020 Australia Day: Citizen, Young Citizen and Community Event of the Year in Wattle Range are currently open. Residents are encouraged to take a moment and consider nominating those that make a difference in our community. The Australia Day Awards reward and recognise individuals and organisations that have made a noteworthy contribution or given outstanding service to their local community. “In each of our four council wards there are remarkable individuals who have worked tirelessly to make our communities a better place,” Wattle Range Mayor Dees Noll said.

Nomination for the Awards are now open in the Corcoran, Kintore, Riddoch and Sorby Adams Wards for Citizen of the Year Award ( To be eligible, the person must be an Australian Citizen; Young Citizen of the Year Award (To be eligible, the person must be an Australian Citizen aged over 16 years and under 30 years of age on January 26, 2019) and Community Event of the Year Award (this is presented to the person/group who has staged the most outstanding community event during the past year) Nominations will close at 9am on Monday, November 18. Forms can be completed either

online or in hard copy and are available at any of Council’s offices or from the website at www. wattlerange.sa.gov.au/ AustDAYAWARDS. The winners are celebrated as part of local Australia Day events hosted by Lions’ clubs in Beachport, Kalangadoo, Millicent & Penola on Australia Day (January 26), while the Southend Progress Association

• SAT 9th 11.30-12.00 12 Callahan Plc Ruralco Property • THU 7th 5.30 30 Wehl St South • SAT 9th 9.45-10.15 1 McIntosh St • SAT 9th 10.30-11.00 24 Heath St • SAT 9th 11.15-11.45 11 Wilson St Malseeds Real Estate • THU 7th 5.00-5.30 32 Suttontown Rd • FRI 8th 5.00-5.30 3 Dino Pl • SAT 9th 9.00-9.30 5 Warren St • SAT 9th 9.45-10.15 21 Powell St • SAT 9th 10.15-10.30 36 Lake Tce West • SAT 9th 10.30-11.00 6 Hill Cres • SAT 9th 10.45-11.15 19 Maxwell St

will also be hosting an Australia Day celebration in Southend.

• SAT 9th 11.15-11.45 17 Queens Ave • SAT 9th 11.30-12.00 11 Flinders Tce • SAT 9th 12.00-12.30 12 Pearce St Elders Real Estate • SAT 9th 9.15-9.45 48 Tollner Rd • SAT 9th 10.00-10.30 11 Gemstone Crt • SAT 9th 10.00-10.20 16 Birdwood Ave

Electrical Services for Residential | Commercial | Industrial

• SAT 9th 10.40-11.00 48 Cardinia St • SAT 9th 10.45-11.15 12 Telopea Crt, Worrolong • SAT 9th 11.30-12.00 78 Bertha St

• Service and Maintenance

• SAT 9th 1.30-2.00 73 William Rd, Worrolong

• Solar Design and Installation including PV Panels and Home Batteries

Green Triangle Real Estate • SAT 9th 10.00-10.45 279 Pinehall Ave, Suttontown Limestone Real Estate

• New Homes, Renovations, Home Automation

• FRI 8th 5.00-5.30 168 North Tce

• Switchboard Upgrades

• FRI 8th 5.45-6.15 32 Victoria Tce

• Large Commercial Projects

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• Industrial Programming

• SAT 9th 9.30-10.00 17 Stuart Crt • SAT 9th 10.15-10.45 17 Navajo Dr

• Data and Communication

• SAT 9th 11.00-11.30 5 Oakland Crt

• Test and Tag

• SAT 9th 11.45-12.15 8 Helpmann Ave

• Thermography

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KEEPING THAT BATHROOM RENOVATION AFFORDABLE

STORAGE SOLUTIONS WITHOUT THE NEED FOR RENOVATIONS Use Old Bins, Boxes, and Crates Use old drawers and wire baskets to keep things organised in the living room without spending a fortune on more storage furniture. Line wooden crates or something similar with fabric keep to protect your goods and make it look a little more polished. Get Drawer Organisers Use drawer organisers to keep each item in its place so you know exactly where to find it each time you need it. Opt for lucite trays that give a barely-there look. Lean a Storage Ladder Keep extra blankets and linens on a stylish or repurposed leaning ladder in the bedroom. This can also work in a living room or family room when the throw blankets aren't being used, as well as the bathroom for towels.

Hang Your Pots and Pans Hang a long towel bar (or two) in your kitchen to store pots, pans, lids, and other hangable items of various sizes or just install hooks above the kitchen island. Slide It Under the Bed If you have empty space under your bed, put your out-ofseason clothing & shoes in plastic organisers, or opt for rolling crates. Display Magazines on the Wall Magazine racks and holders can add a lot of style oomph to a reading nook, but when square footage is minimal, it's best to go vertical and make sue of the wall space rather than cluttering the floor space.

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Plumbing and electrical works can significantly drive up the price of your bathroom renovation, and costs can depend on the type of construction of your home. If you are looking to keep costs down it is highly recommend that you keep things in the same spot if it’s solid brick as the plumbing is the most expensive part of the renovation, particularly if you have to cut into a concrete slab. Fortunately, if your house is on stumps, the plumbing and electrical can be altered with a smaller impact on your budget. Planning is also a key - and that means exactly what you want in your new bathroom and your budget, which also has wiggle room for unforeseen circumstances that can come with any rebuild. Making changes once you are underway or have ordered items for the bathroom can be costly and you should also work hand in hand with your builder and other trades to make sure items and accessories you are slecting for your bathroom, work with what is being installed and set up by the professionals.


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

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

30 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

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NEW > QUALITY BUILT EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME

Beautifully updated & presented 3 bedroom 2 bathroom stone home, surrounded by attractive private gardens. The home has been conveniently positioned towards the centre of the large 1319m2 allotment, offering a large rear yard, great for children or extra shedding for the boy’s toys. Inside offers a lovely modern floorplan, featuring 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s, including main with ensuite. Bedrooms 2 & 3 are serviced by the main bathroom with bath/ shower/vanity. The laundry and 2nd toilet located at the rear of the home. Updated flooring flows through the home with both split r/c air conditioning and s/c wood heating providing a comfortable temperature inside all year round. Outside features include a private outdoor entertaining area with sparkling above ground spa, providing a great spot to entertain. Extras include solar panels, rain water tanks, wood shed, garden shed and 9m x 6m enclosed shed with drive through access to the securely fenced rear yard. Investor or 1st home buyers, great property in a central position in the City. In conjunction with Gambier Real Estate.

Welcome to 18 Tenison Drive, offering a magnificent Federation Style 4 bedroom family home set on a large 5795m2 allotment, in the very sought after Tenison Drive precinct. All only minutes from the centre of Mount Gambier and walking distance to Tenison Woods College. Built to the highest of standards, this beautifully designed home offers separate formal lounge and dining, open plan kitchen/dining/ living featuring electric appliances, dishwasher and built in pantry. The formal area of the home boasts a spectacular family room with floor to ceiling windows, which overlook the superbly presented grounds. For your year round comfort, the house has split reverse cycle air conditioning, s/c wood heating and the ambiance of an open wood fire. The multipurpose floor plan offers 3 bedrooms under the main roof of the home, including the master with WIR and ensuite, plus a large 1 bedroom self-contained unit, adjoining the home via the dedicated study. This unit offers the prospective purchaser a wide range of exciting possibilities, e.g. granny flat, work from home (S.T.C.A) or teenage retreat. Outside features include private and beautifully established gardens, whilst for the self sufficient family, there is a veggie garden and a variety of fruit trees. Other features include large pergola area, doubling as a carport, plus detached double car garage with power, concrete and workshop area.

$275,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 12 LOCKE ST, MT GAMBIER

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Attention 1st Home Buyers or Tradesman 5 Bedroom 2 bathroom home in a central location Offering a multitude of living & storage arrangements Tradesman, check out the large shedding You will be charmed by this one!! Highest & Best Offers by 12 noon 15th November 2019 (if not sold prior). Expected Range: $275,000 to $290,000

NEW 23 JACARANDA CRT, MT GAMBIER

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

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18 Tenison Drive, Mount Gambier

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Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

- Three spacious bedrooms all with built-in robes plus separate office - The master suite is complete with ensuite and walk-in robe - The open plan living/dining/kitchen area is well appointed and features immaculate cork flooring, with r/c air conditioning throughout the home - The living area spills out through sliding doors to the large paved pergola area - Double garage under the main roof with r/c doors plus barn style 3.5m x 8.4m fully lined shed - Situated within a short stroll to the Collins Court Shopping Complex and The Western Tavern

- This neat and tidy stone home offers good shedding and is solid throughout - Offering 2 carpeted bedrooms, master contains built-in robes - The cosy lounge room is complete with both slow combustion heating and split system air conditioning - Dine-in kitchen with vintage look gas cooker, electric oven and walk-in pantry - Rear yard access to the single car stone garage plus rumpus room/man cave - Situated within a short walk to Kindergarten and Primary School

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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SUNDAY 10.30-11.00

SUNDAY 11.15-11.45

Beautifully presented and immaculately renovated family home Renovated kitchen with all new appliances Large renovated bathroom and laundry complete the home Single 4mx8m garage UMR with remote access and undercover access - 4mx6m lined Colorbond shed with power & wood fire - 22,500L rainwater tank plumbed to the home

- 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 $410 per week

– Solid stone three bedroom home on a 753m2 flat block- perfect for the first home buyer – The kitchen offers gas cooking & walk-in pantry – There is a separate dining room as well as a separate lounge room – The North facing sunroom is warmed beautifully with slow combustion heating – The bathroom contains shower & vanity, whilst the toilet is separate – The property offers rear yard access to a single carport and there are two separate single car garages

- 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

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW PRICE 188 WYNHAM RD, MOORAK 2.5 ACRES

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$599,000

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NEW 51 FARTCH RD, TANTANOOLA 14 ACRES

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$449,000

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18 TURNBULL DR, WORROLONG

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$870,000

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22 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

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$799,000

Open SUNDAY 1.15-1.45

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4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 2.5 acres located just 5 minutes from the city Stunning Jarrah flooring throughout Open plan living area incorporating striking kitchen with dishwasher & big walk in pantry Separate lounge or formal dining, r/c split system air conditioning, s/c wood fire, 5 kW solar system and solar hot water • Double car garage UMR with internal access plus huge pergola area which doubles as additional under cover car parking • Big 12m x 7m (approx) Colorbond shed with power

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 3

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3 Bedroom country escape with stunning established gardens Gorgeous lead lighting providing a warm feeling of a bygone era Truly a garden lovers paradise, with fruit trees and vegetable gardens Let your imagination run wild in this quintessential Burrungule garden A hidden paradise situated on approximately 14 acres All this within 15 minutes of Mount Gambier

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

- The epitome of family living at one of Mount Gambier's finest addresses - Approximately 70 squares in size, the home provides a large family space and a relaxing sanctuary to come home to - Four bedrooms under the main roof including luxurious master suite plus detached studio with bathroom and WIR - Superbly renovated kitchen plus formal lounge and theatre rooms

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

10 Birkdale Court, 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

3 Marngo Place, Mount Gambier

Open SUNDAY 2.30-3.00

NEW > STYLE, SPACE & SHEDDING

NEW > MAGNIFICENT MARNGO

Beautifully presented 3-4 bedroom home set on a lovely flat allotment with rear yard access and sought after shedding. This contemporary home is set in a quiet court and is well suited to young families, investors, or downsizers chasing shedding for the boat or caravan. The light & airy low maintenance home features large open plan living area incorporating dining and living zones at either end with a central kitchen offering electric cooking, dishwasher, large island bench and excellent outlook over the backyard. The flexible floor plan offers four bedrooms or three and a second living space / kids play room depending on your requirements. Master bedroom offers ceiling fan, WIR & ensuite. 3 more spacious bedrooms with BIRs & ceiling fans. Central laundry & bathroom with shower, bath, vanity & separate toilet. Reverse cycle split system air conditioning. Sliding door to paved under cover entertaining area perfect for summer barbeques. 22,500 L rain water tank plumbed to the home. Driveway offers ample extra parking + second driveway with gated access to the back yard. Double car garage UMR with remote and internal access. 9m x 7m colorbond shed with 3m clearance sliding doors, loft, power, lights & workshop bay, perfect for boat, caravan and extra vehicles. North facing windows with external roller blinds. Low maintenance lawns and gardens including pop-up sprinklers front & back. Exceptionally maintained family home in the beautiful Attamurra Heights precinct, surrounded by quality homes with convenient access to the city.

$369,000-$379,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 6 SUNNYSIDE DRV, MT GAMBIER

$299,000

- Spacious family home positioned in the popular lakes precinct - Offering 3 bedrooms and spacious bathroom with spa bath, shower & vanity plus separate toilet and laundry - Beautifully appointed kitchen / dining area, lounge, study or fourth bedroom and huge games room with r/c split system - Outside offers semi enclosed pergola area plus huge enclosed outdoor room plus minimal backyard maintenance with artificial turf and a lovely northerly outlook 4 1 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

101 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST 5.5 ACRES

$329,000-$349,000

- Located approximately 25 kilometres from Mt Gambier. - Offering approximately 5.5 Acres of township zoned land proving scope for development of approximately 16 building allotments (STCA). - Timber framed 3 bedroom home with open plan living with r/c a/c, wood fire and kitchen. - Large 8m x 11 m shed with concrete floor, power and lights Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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LOT 2 PRIVATE RD, CARPENTER ROCKS

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$425,000

We are very excited to present this unique and architecturally designed family home. Situated in the sought after Lakes Precinct, this 5 bedroom family home is sure to tick all the boxes of city living. Stunning raked timber ceilings, warm brick feature walls, split level living and earthy hues feature strongly throughout this stunning family home. Boasting a huge gourmet kitchen, a captivating and quirky living area with lofty raked ceilings, ample windows allowing the area to be bathed in natural sunlight. A study/multi purpose room compliments the living area as does a quirky cellar under the stair case. A 6m x 9m stone shed provides plenty of extra room for the large family and a carport with undercover access to the house offers convenience and ease.

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12/69 BAY RD, MT GAMBIER

$469,500 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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60 WEHL ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER

$275,000

NEW PRICE 58 JUBILEE HWY WEST, MT GAMBIER $179,000

- 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

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

39 PASCOE RD, PT MACDONNELL

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$699,000-$729,000

- Outstanding coastal residence with exceptional shedding - Massive 10mx18m double bay shed with 3.4m clearance roller doors perfect for boating and caravan enthusiasts - Five bedroom home - master bedroom with WIR and ensuite. - Beautiful living area with chef’s kitchen including walk-in pantry & granite benchtops - Huge indoor alfresco area perfect for all year round entertaining which has a distinctive coastal vibe Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 2 6

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124 SPRINGS RD, PT MACDONNELL 10 ACRES

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NEW 7 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MACDONNELL $279,000-$299,000 W.I.W.O

BACK ON THE MARKET

- 3 BR Air B&B with great figures & shedding - Situated on a large 3762m2 allotment in the crayfish capital Pt MacDonnell - Offering great figures and the potential for more income - Large shedding at the rear of the property, offering great storage - Extras include all furniture with B&B chattels, equipped bore and mains waterYour B&B dream starts here!

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 3

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24 GALPINS RD, EIGHT MILE CREEK 7.95 ACRES

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4

Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 5

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- 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

54 CARPENTER ROCKS RD, CARPENTER ROCKS $275,000-$285,000

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$359,000

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

- Exceptionally large seaside home boasting huge living areas and loads of shedding • 4 bedrooms with BIRs plus kitchen/meals with electric cooking. • Large lounge plus huge games room with bar and s/c wood heating • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Loads of shedding including single stone garage with workshop • Offers invited

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- Located at the rear of the complex is this well maintained 2 bedroom unit - Inside offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s, separate living area and kitchen with electric cooking & breakfast bar - A single carport provides undercover parking for one vehicle - A privately fenced rear courtyard and store room complete the unit

- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views

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$399,000

7.95 acre lifestyle property located within 20 minutes from Mount Gambier Solid stone home offering 5 bedrooms all with BIR's Updated kitchen with new freestanding cooker, dishwasher & WI pantry Vast array of shedding for the caravan, boat & vehicles 2 dams ready for yabbies or freshwater fish Located 2 minutes from Brown Bay with an ocean view 2

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16 MEREDITH ST, NELSON

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$349,000

- Offering 3 elevated allotments with unsurpassed breathtaking views of the estuary, river mouth & the Southern Ocean - Beautifully presented 5 bedroom home, specifically designed to encompass the amazing outlook - Well equipped kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space - An open plan dining/lounge offers the relaxing ambience of a slow combustion wood fire Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 5 1 3


RENTALS

RLA 263296


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 32 Suontown Road

$269,500

3 Dino Place, Mt Gambier

$270,000

OPEN

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36 Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

6 Hill Crescent, Mt Gambier

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OPEN

11 Flinders Terrace, Mt Gambier

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15AM

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19 Maxwell Street, Mount Gambier $349,000-$359,000

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$169,000

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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$450,000-$465,000

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37A Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

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17 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier

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$275,000

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 11.15-11.45AM

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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1821 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe

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$635,000-$655,000 • Argio Park a well know and well-respected Cale stud/horse property. • Immaculately presented farm is situated on two tles. • Home with versale floorplan, able to accommodate the largest of families. • Up to 5 bedrooms or 4 with a study. Part of the home is currently being used as a clinic. • Credited Bio Security J bas 8 • 17 fenced and watered paddocks and some electrical fencing • A Round Yard • Cale yards with Norton cale crush • A 5-bay shed with tack room and workshop • Barn 15 x 12m with power and concrete floor • Hay shed 15 x 12m • 2 x horse shelter sheds 3 x 3m • double shelter shed 5 x 2m • Chook shed

OPEN

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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SATURDAY 10.45-11.15AM

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30PM

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$515,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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35 Lakes Park Drive, Mount Gambier $355,000-$365,000

4 North Terrace, Tantanoola

Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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$190,000-$200,000

RE DU CE D

1 Tension Drive, Mount Gambier

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12 Pearce Street, Mount Gambier

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00PM

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

OPEN

$340,000- $350,000

Emily Rayner 0417 665 085

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SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM

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$395,000-$420,000

OPEN

$415,000-$439,000

SATURDAY 10.15-10.30AM

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21 Powell St, Mt Gambier

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30AM

FRIDAY 5.00-5.30PM

$285,000

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

$295,000-$315,000

OPEN

THURSDAY 5.00-5.30PM

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5 Warren Street, Mount Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

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18 Birdwood Avenue, Mt Gambier REDUCED $199,000

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RENTAL OF THE WEEK 23/184 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier $290 P/W

Jason 0419 032 795 | Emily 0417 665 085

Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Wendy 0468 692 993

Emily 0417 665 085

Jess 8724 9999

Tanya 8724 9999

Aimee 8733 1989

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Kathy 8733 1989

Property Management Team

Selena 8724 9999

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Contact us for all your storage needs

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 2 Palamountain Street

NEW

NEW

1 Betula Road

NEW

33 Saint Andrews Drive

9 Eustace Street

NEW

5 Mariner Court

REDUCED 3

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$399,000

The absolute dream for the family who love to entertain, the all weather entertaining area and inground swimming pool OPEN will impress, highly sought after location, great car FRI accommodation ticks all 5.00 - 5.30 of the boxes.

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$219,000

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For the practical buyer or investor this one is sure to appeal! Featuring 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen/meals area, spacious formal OPEN lounge, low maintenance SAT grounds. Previous rental 9.00 - 9.30 return of $260 per week.

NEW

3 Jenkins Street

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$419,000

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Offering a stunning outlook over Attamurra Golf Course, magnificent brand new build fit with ultra modern features, 3 bedrooms, beautiful master suite, large kitchen/ OPEN meals/family designed SAT for low maintenance 9.00 - 9.30 executive living. Why Build?

NEW

33 Kalimna Crescent

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$279,000

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Situated in a sought after location, this delightful home offers a lifestyle of being within walking distance of the city centre. As OPEN you enter the home you will feel the warmth SAT and style – this beauty is 9.15 - 9.45 waiting for you!

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$380,000-$399,000

Highly desirable home with user friendly floor plan, that presents “as new”. Great for entertaining and offers bonus OPEN rear yard access. This complete package is SAT 9.30 - 10.00 sure to impress.

4 Shepherdson Road

46 Harrald Street

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$239,500

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This lovely home is situated in a great central location close to all the popular Cafés, Restaurants and Shops the City has to offer, or start your day OPEN with a walk along the Rail trail – this is the perfect family home SAT for the first home buyer – an 9.45 - 10.15 absolute must to inspect!

304 Wehl Street North

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16 Werona Street

$499,500

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

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$270,000

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Packed with features this home is sure to appeal to the growing family, offering 4 bedrooms, main featuring ensuite, modern kitchen/meals/family, OPEN spacious lounge, a stones throw away from Tenison SAT Woods College & Reidy Park 9.45 - 10.15 Primary School.

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$199,500

Break the rent cycle – affordable home, perfect for those starting out or as an investment, 6m x 9m (approx.) garage and OPEN large yard. Book your SAT inspection today!

10.30 - 11.00

12 Callahan Place

NEW

27 Derwent Court

LISTINGS WANTED

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$315,000

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Deceptively spacious home ready for the largest family. Lovingly maintained in fantastic, quiet, elevated location. OPEN Loaded with ‘WOW’ SAT – this home is a must 10.45- 11.15 see!

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$296,500

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OPEN

2194 Carpenter Rocks Road

$319,500

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$279,500

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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 OPEN bedrooms, large lounge, eat-in kitchen, older SAT shedding. A rare offering 11.15 - 11.45 with great potential.

Nestled on a superb elevated corner allotment to take advantage of the stunning views is this very appealing ranch OPEN style family home, SAT located in the popular 11.15 - 11.45 Birdsville area – Be

Ploenges Marine

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An exceptional and affordable family home, superbly positioned on a north facing 1285m2 (approx.) corner allotment overlooking the Rail trail walking and cycling path, a short stroll to the City centre, bring the Van - an abundance of shedding is SAT also on offer – inspect ASAP! 10.15 - 10.45

42 Brolga Street

$315,000

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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 SAT shedding, close to quality 10.00 - 10.30 schools.

6-101 Jubilee Hwy East

7 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell

We have been busy selling properties and require new listings.

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We will make it easy for buyers to fall in love with your property with our free home styling and free professional photography package.

$529,000

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 SAT elevated sweeping views. Vendor would consider 11.30 - 12.00 Trade In.

Call our friendly team today for a free no obligation appraisal.

OPEN

Ph: 8725 5766

UNITS\HOUSES

RENTALS 4/36 Jubilee Highway West 10 Morgan Street 1/9 Millard Street 17 Gaden St 2/20 Mitchell St 13 Dulkara Ave 8 Byrne Street 2/36 Hastings Ave 1/30 Ash Court 7 Shelley Crescent 6 Davis Cres 45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

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$50,000 + SAV

Gebhardts Property Management

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Avail now $200 per week Avail 29/11/19 $220 per week Avail now $220 per week Avail 29/11/19 $230 per week Avail 3/1/20 $245 per week Avail 13/12/19 $250 per week Avail 3/2/20 $250 per week Avail 22/11/19 $275 per week Avail 6/12/19 $300 per week Avail now $360 per week Avail 16/12/19 $370 per week Avail now $600 per week

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343 Commercial Street West. 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.

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$289,500

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

NEW

6 Davis Cres

lifestyle1.net | 14

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$139,500

1/30 Ash Court

Avail Now 2

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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

1/9 Millard Street

Avail 16/12/19 4 2 2 $370 pw 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/dine/family room • Slow combustion heating • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets negotiable **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

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

$220 pw

• 2 generous bedrooms, master with BIR • Light filled kitchen/dining area • Stylish kitchen with pantry and elec cooking • Spacious lounge room with reverse cycle split system & ceiling fan • Freshly painted, new tiles & carpets • Single garage under main roof • Short walk to Tenison Woods College, BMX track & Malseed Park • No pets

Avail 6/12/19 3

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$300 pw

• 3 bedrooms, main with WIR, others with BIR’s • 2 way bathroom• Open living kitchen/dining/family area with electric cooking & dishwasher • RC air con and gas central heating • Undercover entertaining area • Single garage with internal access • Garden shed • Low maintenance gardens • No pets


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

4 Ridgeview Court

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$389,500

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$645,000

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179 O’Neil Road Worrolong

NEW

60 Commercial St West

approx 200m2

15ac(approx.) This rare gem of a property is located only a short drive from the hustle and bustle of the City, nestled at the end of a long driveway, in the most stunning scenic setting, this is an amazing parcel of land offering the most extraordinary views. If you’ve ever dreamt of a tree change, welcome home…

Ultra appealing inside & out – BIG on entertaining with spacious living and outdoor areas. Immaculate presentation and quality location. Rare solid construction & low maintenance living!

9 Tanglewood Crescent

NEW

173 Johnston Rd OB Flat

$335,000 + GST

Land size approx 345m2, Office space approx 200m2. High traffic exposure to Commercial Street, surrounded by long established business. Rear street access, sizeable property ideal for your own business or investment.

NEW

11 Heathfield Way

1 Chauvel Street

NEW PRICE 4

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$335,000

Located amongst quality homes in a well established area. Offering 4 large bedrooms, master with direct access to spacious 2way bathroom, functional kitchen overlooking beautiful private gardens. A unique and superior home offering relaxing care free living.

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$410,000

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2ha (approx). This lifestyle property offers a peaceful escape and only minutes from town. Set amongst tranquil established grounds the home offers a view from every window. Well laid out paddocks ideal for horses or running a few head of cattle. Inspect and be impressed – simply move in and enjoy the lifestyle!

22 Saint Martins Drive

4 Victor Street

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$299,500

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This very affordable family home is located on the Western side of the City in the Hospital & Tafe precinct with a reserve next door. Rear yard access plus fantastic shed/workshop. Exceptional value!

1/25 Suttontown Road

15 Noojee Street

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$199,950

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

1, 2 & 3/37 Bertha Street

NEW PRICE 3

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$314,500

Located in a blue ribbon location and only minutes away from the city centre and the Blue lake is this superb family home – nothing to do but move in and start living and if you like to entertain look no further! Inspect ASAP.

2 Hawk Place

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$375,000

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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!

29 Compton Street Port MacDonnell

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$179,000

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Attention investors, a solid & spacious community title unit in group of 2. Roomy living areas, garage UMR and wonderful enclosed rear yard. Leased until Oct 2019 @ $245 p/w.

20 Patricia Court

$114,500

a 416m2 (approx.)

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.

18 Kookaburra Court

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$245,000 each

Excellent opportunity for the buyer looking to downsize or a fantastic investment. Each unit has 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.

17 Yahl Main Road

SOLD 4

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$255,000

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!

RENTALS 7 Shelley Crescent

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$230,000

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Located in the heart of Port MacDonnell just one street from the beach front, this flexible floor plan offers unlimited possibilities. Add your finishing touches & live your coastal dream.

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Gebhardts Property Management

COMMERCIAL

$429,000-$449,000

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

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$319,500

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

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

94 Commercial Street East

READY TO BUILD

$157,500

Over 1/2 acre of land complete with power and bio-cycle septic system 12m x 6m colorbond shed, concrete floor and power, three roller doors. Handy store rooms /workshops, mains water and rainwater tank. Established perimeter and fruit trees. Call your builder today!

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 Avail Now 4 2 2 $360 pw • 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, ensuite 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**

23-25 Commercial Street West 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East

Avail Now

Avail Now

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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

• Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1250.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered

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

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Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

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chris@gtlivestock.com.au

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COUNTRY LIFESTYLE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN – Mount Gambier stone home situated in the Mount Schank area, set on approximately 5 acres – The home has had many upgrades, whilst also leaving areas for the purchaser to add their very own touch. Renovated kitchen featuring electric cooking, ample cupboard space and mber floorboards – 3 good sized bedrooms, lounge with slow combuson wood

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heang, perfect for the winter months and a modern bathroom with a large bath, spacious shower and a vanity. – Outside features include cale yard with ramp, numerous sheds/ outbuildings and plenty of room to build on to the home if desired. – Close to the Moorak Primary School and approximately 13kms to Mount Gambier – Perfect for a family looking for a quiet place to reside, whilst also providing space for horses, calves or sheep. The excess space offers endless possibilies.

58 WEHL STREET NORTH, MT GAMBIER

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95 ACRES

SATURDAY 10.00-10.45AM

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 Suontown 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 heang & R/C A/C for your convenience – Formal lounge / dining with the ambience of wood heang flowing through the heat shiers to the rest of the home. – 4 bedrooms three with BIR, the third also features French doors opening out to the picturesque views.

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– The main bathroom features a bath, shower toilet & large vanity & a shower and toilet adjacent the Laundry area. – An extra addion to the home is the detached coage 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 coage. – The 95 acres offers endless mixed farming and agricultural possibilies

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$245,000

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WELL PRESENTED HOME IN CENTRAL LOCATION – Well presented Mount Gambier stone home in central locaon – Modern kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and a large island bench. Separate dining area, three good sized bedrooms, bathroom with shower, bath and basin & separate toilet off the laundry area. – gas ducted heang, freshly painted inside & out brand new

11 HANSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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colour bond roof, detached single car garage with remote roller door with extra area for storage, a man cave or teenagers retreat, roller shuers on front windows, low maintenance gardens, a private, secure rear court yard and rendered stone fences. Future development opportunity S.T.C.A – Currently tenanted unl December 2019 with a rental return of $250/week

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

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– This Mount Gambier stone home is situated on an 811m2 allotment, is currently leased at $190.00 per week, on a periodic lease with amazing long term tenants. – Features of the home include a large lounge with gas heang, dine in kitchen with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet off the laundry area with aluminium windows throughout.

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

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

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

57 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ENDING 12 NOON 13TH NOVEMBER 2019 – 403 acres (163.1ha) located approximately 7kms from Mount Gambier – Well sheltered, warm ideal faening block – Fenced into 12 main paddocks with laneway access – New cale yards, crush and ramp – 28.28 ha Beuer centre pivot (poly lined) – Diesel motor with 75 KVA gen set – All paddocks watered by 2 windmills with tanks

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Stainless steel pump 100 Meg Water Taking licence 50 acres of nave trees Old war service 2 bedroom home in need of repair A rare opportunity to purchase acreage close to the city limits of Mount Gambier. – Offers of $5,200-$5,500 per acre

$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING – Generous sized kitchen with butler’s pantry – Open plan living areas with wood fire and R/C A/C – Ground floor includes two offices, foyer, two bedrooms (one with ensuite and study), laundry and alfresco dining

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Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

0407 213 023 elisha@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

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50 NEECHY FLAT RD, KONGORONG

– 177 Acres of prime grazing land

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$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 sing / lounge area

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– 54M x 9.8M original turkey shed – Hay shed – 3 Bedroom stone home

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

278 DUCKHOLE FLAT RD, GERMAN FLAT

667/668 BONES ROAD, EIGHT MILE CREEK

– 313 Acres of grazing land

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– 8 main paddocks – 2 stand shearing shed and yards – Implement shed – Solar panels – Current windfarm lease expiring in 2029

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

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– Set in a secluded locaon, with views of Lake Bonney and offers a 3 bedroom stone home that has been unoccupied for many years and is in need of renovaon

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

ACREAGE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN – This 108 acre property (approx) is located just 10 kms from Mount Gambier and would make an ideal out block or starter block with the potenal to build your dream home, or subdivide the property into building blocks ( S.T.C.A ) – Features of the property include a Centre Pivot – Fully equipped bore with submersible pump – 54 ML Water Taking Allocaon

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461 CAROLINE HEAD QUARTERS RD, CAROLINE

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POA FARMING LAND ACROSS 3 TITLES – 284.53 acres across 3 tles in the Wepar/Kalangadoo area – Currently run as an established dairy enterprise milking 260 head – Sale includes 20 aside swing over dairy, fully automated feed and idenficaon system, 18,050L s/s milk vat, feed

LAND mill, silos, implement/machinery shedding, caleyards with crush and 12mx30m hay/machinery shed – 136 acres watered by 12 span centre pivot, extra 10 acres fied with permanent sprinkler irrigaon, water taking allocaon of 470,874 kL – Renovated pastures with strong ferlising history

$565,000 – Remarkable family home situated on 40 acres in a quite locaon, features include 3 bedrooms, an upgraded modern kitchen with electric cooking, a large open dining area and a dedicated office. You will love the two large living areas, slow combuson wood heang, bathroom with bath shower and vanity, a separate toilet and large laundry / wash area.

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– The exterior of the home has been freshly painted and the well maintained yard offers a large undercover rear deck perfect for entertaining family and friends, a double car garage with a pit and extra shedding. – Other features include 4 x 20,000 Litre rain water tanks, fully equipped bore, Cale yards and indoor and out door horse stables.


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Collins St, Suttontown

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Are You Looking For A Summer Holiday Project? • Ideal potential for rental property or Air BNB (STCA) • Currently leaased @ $190 per week until 09.02.2020 • Within walking distance to the Rail Lands and coffee shops • Eat-in kitchen with 2 burner gas stove & laundry provisions • Rear yard entrance with gable carport

• 3 bedroom home, bedroom 1 with ensuite and built-in robe

AUCTION THURSDAY @ 5.30 PM FOR -$ AT THESALE PROPERTY 30 Wehl Street, South

• Large North facing lounge

Address: Contact:

• Lounge with gas log look heating and air conditioning

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Mount Gambier SA

• Gallery style kitchen with dishwasher and gas cooker

Imogene Ryan

• Main bathroom with separate bath, shower, toilet

0408 065 540

• Large family / games room

Property ID: 21385155

SAL REAL ESTATE

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA

• Double length carport with remote roller door

OPEN SATURDAY 9TH NOV @ 11.15 - 11.45AM

Land Size - Approximately 709m2

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• Stone garage with power and double length carport

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FOR FOR SALESALE - $239,000 -$ Address: Contact:

• Bedroom 1 with walk in robe and ensuite

18 Peake Street, Mount Gambier SA

• 2 spacious living areas

Vicki Quinn

• Ducted gas central heating plus reverse cycle split system

0417 804 782

• Kitchen with loads of bench space, dishwasher and gas cooktop

Property ID: 21443640

SAL REAL ESTATE

• Currently leased at $330 per week

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FOR SALE - $329,000 FOR SALE -$ Address:

5 Macquarie Court, Mount Gambier SA

Contact:

Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Property ID: 21489203

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Unique Lifestyle Property

EXPRESSION OF SALE INTEREST FOR $ - TO SAL BY 5PM, MONDAY 18TH-NOVEMBER Address: Lot 118 Caroline Rd, Contact:

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Land Size - Approximately 8127m2

Farming Land Close To Mount Gambier

LOCA L SERV I C E, N A T I ON A L ST R EN G TH

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Property ID: 21446336

Room For The Family

CAROLINE | SA

• to be sold as one or two non contingent allotments

Vicki Quinn

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An Easy Investment

• Windmill on lot 2, Solar pump on Lot 1

11 Wilson Street,

MOUNT GAMBIER | SA R FO

• Timber cattle yards on each allotment

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• Cosy eat-in kitchen with electric cooking and masport gas log heater Contact: • Neutral coloured bathroom with second toilet

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• Separate lounge with gas heating

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MOUNT GAMBIER | SA

• Sandy Loam Soils situated in the Caroline area

SAL REAL ESTATE

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• 3 bedrooms, all with built-in robes

24 Heath Street,

Property ID: 21244613

• Currently leased at $280 per week until 21.02.2020

Property ID: 21443406

• Immaculated maintained on large allotment

FORFOR SALESALE - $215,000 -$

• renovated kitchen / dining, 2 pak kitchen with SS gourmet cooker Contact: • )UHVKO\SDLQWHGEDWKURRPUHFHQWO\SROLVKHGµRRUERDUGV

Immaculately maintained 3 bedroom home Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge Kitchen with dishwasher wood heater and reverse cycle heating / cooling Private, sheltered outdoor entertaining area Carport semi enclosed with remote roller door for extra security

Vicki Quinn

1930’s Bungalow In City Location

• 3 bedroom spacious brick and tile home

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Land Size - Approximately 1042m2

Just Collect The Rent

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OPEN SATURDAY 9TH NOV @ 10.30 - 11.00AM

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FORFOR SALE - $145,000 SALE -$ Address:

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The old School house, situated on an elevated allotment FORFOR SALESALE - $350,000 -$ Outstanding views overlooking the surrounding countryside Address: 538 Winnap - Nelson Road Two generous sized bedrooms, others with historic charm Drik Drik VIC Reverse cycle air conditioning plus slow combustion heater Contact: Brenton Leggett Modern extension compliments the stone building 0438 344 042 Established native gardens and close to the Glenelg River SAL REAL ESTATE Currently used as a ‘Bed and Breakfast’ accomodation Property ID: 20799699

RLA: 1811

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

PERFECT FAMILY HOME $349,500 TO $359,500

OPEDNAY

SATUR

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

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 and stone benchtops. A formal lounge plus 3rd living area, which opens to a huge covered patio area makes this home unique for family living. Open Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am

5 ACRES IDEAL FOR HORSES $565,000

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41 CUTTING COURT WORROLONG 5 BED I 2 BATH I 6 CAR

Create the perfect lifestyle with this great hobby farm in the popular worrolong area minutes from mt gambier. Ideal for the person looking for that country life or ideal for the horse lover. Beautifully presented character home positioned perfectly on this 57 acre property. Great shedding with large carport plus 17m x 6 m garage, lovely grounds, well fenced, rainwater and bore water. Open Saturday 1:15 - 2:00pm

BRAND NEW AND PERFECT $429,000

OPEDNAY

SATUR

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

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, open plan living butlers pantry, alfresco area, rear yard access for boats and caravan. Be part of great community. Open Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm

PERFECT INSIDE AND OUT $389,950

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17 STUART COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

IMPRESSIVE CLASS AND GRAND $535,000

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

22A HEDLEY STREET MT GAMBIER

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

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

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. Raked ceilings, all weather alfresco area. Gas and slow combustion heating, soft colours throughout, storage ares plus double carport and room for more vehicles.Inspection will impress. Open Saturday 11:45 - 12:15pm

LUXURY LIVING ON GOLF COURSE $550,000

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

DREAM, HOME AND LAND PACKAGE $429,500

Enjoy picking your colours, fixtures and fittings and save thousands on stamp duty. Just walk in and relax in this to be built luxury home. Located on a level elevated allotment, with veiws over parklands. Designed for easy living and low maintenance. High ceilings, reverse cycle air conditioning and quality finishes. Perfect for the busy family, baby boomer, or professional couple.

The heading says it all, an impressive home with a touch of class, being of solid construction, and grand looking home positioned on an elevated allotment. High ceilings, ornate bulkheads, quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The condition of this home inside and out is a credit to the current owners. Formal lounge and dining areas, complemented with ducted gas heating, split system air-con. Open Saturday 10:15 - 10:45am

FANTASTIC LOCATION $329,000

OPEDNAY

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. Image of plans available. Ring today for more information.

Inspection will impress as this home has been beautifully maintained and the new owner only need walk in and enjoy. Located in a quite cul-de-sac with great side access for larger caravan or boat. Open living kitchen meals family areas, classy kitchen with step walk in pantry. Formal lounge, enclosed patio area, gas central heating plus split system air-conditioning, large bedrooms, quality wet areas, classy tiling throughout. Open Saturday 9:30 - 10:00am

Stunning home with the luxury of mount gambier attamurra golf course at your back door. A credit to its owners this home has been designed and presented to impress the fussiest of buyers. Open plan living with panoramic views and northern aspects are a feature. Stunning bathrooms, classic kitchen with european appliances, high ceilings, double glazed windows, modern colours and finishes throughout.

EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT $149,000

CRAFTER ROAD COMPTON

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

6 lifestyle allotments for you to choose from. Measuring in size from 3,734 sq/m to 4,954 sq/m, ideally located only a few hundred metres from mount gambier basketball stadium, suitable easy building allotments including fencing, character timber entrances and mountain and country views. Power and water serviced. Build your dream home with room to move.

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PETER GAMBLE CELEBRATES 70TH BIRTHDAY Peter Gamble is a well known personality from the local car industry and a vintage and classic car enthusiast and last week he celebrated his 70th birthday in style with some of his usual coffee catch up group and long time friends at Metro Bakery & Cafe - the same day the cafe itself marked its 10th anniversary. Above (from left) - Allen Heemskerk; Brian Dohnt; Peter Gamble; Dean Haines; Peter Gazzard; John Moreland & Chris Allen. Inset: The Rose Allen designed & created birthday cake.

GREAT IDEAS REWARDED Local entrepreneurs Mercedes Scott and Mark, Charlene and Correa Bachmann were rewarded for their unique initiatives at the Mount Gambier GovHack Awards held last month. The GovHack Open Data competition took place simultaneously across Australia and New Zealand over a 46 hour period in early September. It was the sixth competition coordinated by the Mount Gambier Library and was delivered in partnership with eNVIsion Limestone Coast who hosted this year’s event at the new Collaborative Learning Centre at Mount Gambier High School. Throughout the competition period competitors created ideas aimed at promoting open source data in an innovative and user friendly way. “We had 40 local competitors, some competing solo and others part of a team,” library youth services coordinator Teresa Nearmy said. “Each brought unique skills providing an opportunity to showcase individual strengths when creating their projects.” Popular themes for projects included apps, websites, games and art with all concepts promoting the many public datasets available for access. Entries are judged on a three minute video which promotes the idea, complete with storyboarding and any visual mock ups. This year a total of 13 projects were submitted for judging at local, state and international levels. Mount Gambier award categories are judged on originality, relevance to the market, purpose, use of data, quality and design and relevance to the community. Solo competitor Mercedes Scott took out the Youth Node Award, with her project ‘Blue Lake Mountain Bike Trails’. Her idea is an app that mountain bike riders use to locate local trails around the district. “Mercedes’ app concept is not only a great tool to promote tourism, but for bike enthusiasts to rate the trails and record their times.” lifestyle1.net | 22

The Youth Node Award was presented by Lee and John Cranwell, representing prize sponsor Friends of the Library. Deputy Mayor Sonya Mezinec presented the Adult Node Award to winning team Mark, Charlene and Correa Bachmann of ‘Three’s not a Crowd’ for their concept titled ‘The Full Deck’. “This concept is a card game with a fun and creative way of converting a regular pack of cards into a gateway to the North Adelaide cultural precinct promoting history, art and tourism in both the real and virtual worlds,” Ms Nearmy said. Each playing card features a different photo taken from online datasets from four of the institutions in the precinct, bringing them to life in a physical format. The family team were presented with a prize of five one hour entrepreneurial coaching sessions at eNVIsion Limestone Coast providing the opportunity to use the mentoring sessions to further develop their concept or another business

opportunity. Both concepts have also been shortlisted for state awards in Adelaide and Queensland. “The diversity of these two projects shows that you don’t have to be a web designer to enter - the projects are complete contrasts, yet each concept could be well utilised in today’s world”. All entries can be viewed by searching for ‘Mount Gambier’ under location on the GovHack website hackerspace.govhack.org/projects/ Above (top) - Friends of the Library John and Lee Cranwell, Youth Node winner Mercedes Scott, Library Youth Services Coordinator Terasa Nearmy and Chris Lloyd (Friends of the Library). Above (bottom) - City of Mount Gambier Deputy Mayor Sonya Mezinec, Three’s not a Crowd team members Correa, Charlene and Mark Bachmann and Library Youth Services Coordinator Terasa Nearmy.


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A Green Legacy for the Green Triangle

The Green Triangle’s contribution to Australian forestry is significant and it’s a vital part of our Government’s National Forest Industries Plan, which

Congratulations to the Green Triangle Timber Industry Award winners and nominees. Thank you for building and strengthening our industry.

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Forestry Hubs like the GTFIH to help boost the growth of our forest industries and create more regional

We’re working together to deliver a green legacy for the Green Triangle, and this is our Statement of Commitment to you and to everyone in our community.

jobs. I welcome the Hub’s Statement of Commitment as a positive step towards this goal. Congratulations to all award winners and nominees.

Tony Pasin MP

Statement of Commitment Our goal is to grow the right trees in the right place, at the right scale, with no waste and to support a world leading local processing and manufacturing industry. We will work tirelessly to ensure our people go home safe, every day – people before production. We will prioritise domestic processing of wood fibre. We will optimise productivity on our land and in our operations. We will strive to have a positive impact on the environment. We will maximise the role our industry plays in addressing climate change.

We will take a united approach to protecting our assets and our community from fire. We will champion diversity and inclusion in our workplaces. We will invest in our people to ensure their skills remain relevant as the industry grows and evolves. We will collaborate with our local communities to ensure we remain economically, environmentally and socially sustainable. We will advocate wood fibre as the ultimate renewable.


IN THE GARDEN With the late start to spring, and its up and down days, we are running madly at the moment with the lead up to Christmas coming way too soon. Yes, Christmas is just around the corner.... Sorry, someone had to say it.....but with less than seven weeks to go, it’s time to start getting those Christmas thoughts together. It has certainly been an interesting year weather wise and the spring moisture will allow us to continue with good plantings up to Christmas and beyond...hopefully, it would just be nicer if the winds would disappear. This spring we have been busier than ever, and being the largest nursery in the region, and only nursery in Mount Gambier, we have almost completed our expansion of the Old Potting Shed @ Gardenarium, the new gift shop area is packed full of ideas for the gardener and non-gardener, including the popular high quality Burgon & Ball stainless steel and ash tool range from the UK, plus many more garden and potting shed musthaves.

By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant Loads of stock has been arriving over the past few weeks and will between now and Christmas, so call back frequently, as its forever changing, with all our shipments of garden giftware, outdoor furniture, birdhouses, wall art and much of the ranges I found on my travels. Our huge pre-Christmas sale starts today with up to 70% off giftware, glazed and terracotta pots, wall art, statues and ornaments, terrariums and water features. With reclaimed teak birdhouses from India, to wrought iron and cast iron ware from within Australia and statues from Indonesia, the range is overwhelming. Remember, too, that much of our stock is handpicked from small batches, made by developing and poor countries, so many items are one offs and we will never have them again. A great gift idea for that someone special, safe in the knowledge that no one else will have them. The Pot Shop section is still undergoing a transformation with a

new container of pots just landed and being added to the new sales area as the days roll on more and more Christmas stock is being put out. You can layby now for Christmas and leave picking up until as late as Christmas Eve if you wish. A new shipment of A Grade teak outdoor furniture and a whole new Teak Garden Bench range ( see facing page) that will last for ever. We have not had a chance to add these to the website with all of the current furniture additions and some new ceramic table tops in a timber look in two shades. Our 2019 range of outdoor tables come in travertine and marble, cast aluminium, PVC, German wicker, with three year warranty, teak which, of course, is the premier outdoor furniture timber, with high oil content and has a lifetime warranty. A new shipment of Kubu (real wicker) has just come in, too, and we have added to this range a two seater bench to add to our already comprehensive range of garden

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benches, trees surround seats and outdoor swing seats. These blend well with our own imported ranges of furniture to offer the widest selection of quality outdoor furniture in the Limestone Coast and Western Districts. If you would like a new setting for Christmas, don’t leave it too late as all of our containers have landed and been unpacked. Our online presence has increased immensely with our huge website, which is in the process of being renewed again, to keep up with the growing demand for Gardenarium products across Australia. We are endeavouring to get an online shopping cart up and running soon as we have outgrown our local population incredibly over the past few years, however this is proving challenging due to the huge numbers of plants and associated products we sell online and with the mail order/ online rose order and fruit tree sales now dominating our overall sales. Roses are being despatched via mail and courier all through the year along with fruit, ornamental trees and pittosporum and box hedging, as we are the lowest prices. We can freight throughout the readership area and right across Australia. A whole new range of our ever popular driftwood gift ideas and garden and seaside décor has just landed, adding to the range of driftwood Christmas trees, wreaths and stars, and even reindeers (see advert opposite page) from the driftwood collected by villagers after the tidal waves in the Philippines, allowing them to rebuild their lives. A few new designs in the driftwood birdhouses (see advert opposite page) have also been added to the range and arrived this week. We have a few planters and wind chimes in driftwood and bamboo

available at 50% off to clear. The farmyard and corrals are full again with an array of pigs, sheep, cows and chooks, right through to our metal oil drum animals that are intricately made by AIDS affected orphans in Zimbabwe. The new range in these has increased dramatically with a mini ute and golf buggy eskies for this year plus a whole range of animals, even a surfing dog, right through to a new bird palace, not just any old birdhouse and a wine bottle holder in the shape of a pair of thongs. Our huge brass and copper weathervanes are $100 off in the sale and are ideal for mounting on houses and outbuilding due to their size. We also have cast aluminium weathervanes for those in coastal areas. Gardenarium and The Pot Shop has also brought in a great range of new glass terrariums, large decorative jars, glass candle holders, ideal for mini terrariums, incense oil jars and votive candles. And, of course, if it all get too hard then we have the good old gift vouchers in any denomination and they are valid for 12 months. So, whatever the gardener or nongardener in your life is hoping for this Christmas be sure to make a trip to Gardenarium and The Pot Shop and Limestone Coast Roses and Advanced Trees and wander through the amazing array of goodies. As one of our customers said “its a lolly shop for adults, without the calories”. Open every day except Monday to 5.30pm, and 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays, so head to our 167, Bay Road site, Mount Gambier, or check out the websites www.gardenarium.com.au or www.limestonecoastroses.com.au for details.


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2019 SHINING LIGHTS CELEBRATED At the end of last month, the Tenison Woods College community celebrated the 2019 Shining Light Awards, at Commodore on the Park. More than 100 guests enjoyed an amazing night, catching up with old friends and colleagues and hearing the inspirational stories of past scholars. The 2019 Shining Light recipients were Tom Kosch; Ken green; Bob & Hopper Gabriel and Brian & Pam O’Connor. Above - The 2019 Tenison Woods College Shining Lights with college principal David Mezinec

The construction of a Changing Places disability toilet and change facility has recently been completed in Mount Gambier as part of a $1.7 million State Government program aimed at increasing access for people living with disability. Changing Places are bestpractice toilets that include customised features that give people with disability a dignified and purpose-built facility to use when they are out. The Changing Places facility, located in the James Street toilet block, includes a range of features not available in standard accessible toilets, including a height adjustable adult sized change table, a tracking hoist system, non-slip flooring and more space to accommodate a person using a wheelchair and up to two carers. “The City of Mount Gambier is pleased to be able to now offer a facility that delivers greater independence for our community members and visitors

with a disability and peace of mind and safety for family members and carers.,” City of Mount Gambier general manager community wellbeing Barbara Cernovskis said. The facility is secured by a universal key system and members of the community who meet the criteria for access to the facility are urged to order a Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK). A MLAK enables 24/7 universal access to many of the Changing Places amenities across Australia and ensures people with the appropriate eligibility are able to obtain access to facilities without delay. Keys can be purchased for a fee of $20 from the Council office at the Civic Centre or online at www. masterlocksmiths.com.au/mlak “The integration of the MLAK key system will ensure that the integrity and

cleanliness of the space is maintained and vandalism is avoided,” City of Mount Gambier manager engineering design and contracts Daryl Morgan said. The construction of the facility was made possible through a State Government grant to the value of $100,000. Further information about the Changing Places initiative is available at https://changingplaces. org.au/ Above - The Changing Places facility includes a range of features not available in standard accessible toilets such as a height adjustable adult sized change table, a tracking hoist system, non-slip flooring and space to accommodate a person using a wheelchair and up to two carers.

NEW FACILITY FOR RACING CLUB

The community in and around Bordertown are set to benefit from improved facilities with the new Bordertown Racing and Community Centre officially opening last week. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the project had replaced the racing club’s existing outdated administration building with a modern, multipurpose and accessible facility which can be used for both racing and broader community activities. “This is a brilliant new facility for the region,” Mr Pasin said. “The facility will bring more events and more visitors to the area, increasing revenue to the local tourism and racing industry. It also brings great benefits to local community groups, offering a brand new facility for meetings and events. Our Government is committed to ensuring Australia’s regions remain strong, resilient and prosperous in the long term.” The Morrison Government committed $400,000 to the $936,310 project, funded under the $841 million Building lifestyle1.net | 26

Better Regions Fund. The remaining project costs were contributed by Tatiara District Council ($5,000), Bordertown Racing Club Inc ($440,860), Thoroughbred Racing South Australia ($70,000), JBS Australia Pty Ltd ($10,000), Wampoony Farming Enterprises ($7,450), Blue Lake Milling ($3,000). Several local businesses also provided in-kind support to the project including PJ & LE Murch Earthmoving, Bordertown Stone Supplies, Mastrangelo Drafting & Design and Bordertown Pumps and Refrigeration. “This is a great example of so many organisations and businesses partnering with Government to deliver a project that will benefit the whole community into the future,” Mr Pasin said. Above - Thoroughbred Racing SA’s Nick Redin, committee member Peter Murch, club president Geoff Jarrett, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, club vice president Leanne Mastrangelo and committee members Jim Irvine & Frank Mastrangel.


ANOTHER STEP CLOSER TO BYPASS COMPLETION

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

One woman’s look at the lighter side of kids, life and growing up! Is it just me or are there a lot of unhappy drivers around? While I may not be the world’s best driver (although I’m sure I do come pretty close) I do consider myself to be a reasonably chirpy, if not happy go lucky, motorist. Happy to merge. Happy to let people cross. Happy to oblige. But what really gets my goat are those static-faced drivers who refuse to give up a smile, a half nod or even just a twinkle of the fingers as a sign of gratitude. Would it kill you? Honestly. And I think you know who you are. Maybe you need a good dose of 80s music to perk you up. Works for me! While we’re on the subject, there are a few other tiny issues that have caught my eye – and I’d like them fixed. 1. Those little white lines of the side of the road are actually for you to park between, not on or over. Try it, it just might work. 2. If the light has just turned green then give me at least two seconds to move before beeping. 3. Loading the groceries and two children into the car is not a speedy experience. Please don’t give me the evil eye and finger tapping as you wait to snare my park (I may just go slower). 4. For those who feel the need to speed past on the outside lane at traffic lights to get that vital one car length in front. Don’t. 5. And the ultimate golden rule please don’t pull up in the right hand lane at the traffic lights, pause for five seconds, change the station and then put on your indicator. It’s a little annoying. So there you have it. Turn on the old Saturday Night Fever (not too loud, people tend to stare), put on a smile (even a fake one) and hit the road. I’ll be watching.

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South Australian company McMahon Services Australia Pty Ltd has been awarded the main works contract for the $14.6 million Penola Northern Bypass Project. The project is expected to support around 47 full time equivalent jobs over the life of the project and is set to be open to traffic by mid-2020. The $14.6 million Northern Bypass is jointly funded, with the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government committing $11.7 million and the South Australian Government committing $2.9 million. The Penola Northern Bypass forms part of a commitment to deliver a complete bypass of the Penola Township. It will be a continuation of the Penola Southern Bypass from the Robe to Clay Wells Road to the Riddoch Highway to the north of the Penola Township. The project also includes the construction of a T-junction at the northern end of the Northern Bypass with the Riddoch Highway, a staggered T-junction where the Northern Bypass and Southern Bypass meet the Robe to Clay Wells Road, and realignment of the Riddoch Highway T-junction with the existing Southern Bypass. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said the effect of this project would be felt by regional workers for years to come. “We are removing the barriers which have held back industry transport for far too long,” Minister McCormack said. “Constructing the Penola Northern Bypass is yet another step in paving the way for local industry to thrive.” Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government Stephan Knoll said this important project formed part of the Marshall Government’s $11.9 billion pipeline of infrastructure works. “In the last State Budget the Marshall Liberal Government announced a record level of regional road funding to building stronger regional communities and improve safety on our country

roads,” Minister Knoll said. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said orchestrating the contract between Federal and State Government is a victory for inter-branch government collaboration. “The Penola Bypass has been a long time coming,” Mr Pasin said. “After being spoken about for over 50 years, it took considerable lobbying at a State and Federal level to get the northern half of the project off the ground. “Without the Federal Government committing the $11.7 million, the bypass would remain a half finished road to nowhere. “Every milestone reached is a win worth celebrating as we see what has been a road to no-where finally finished.” Member for MacKillop Nick McBride said the bypass would significantly reduce heavy vehicle traffic volumes through the Penola Township making it safer for the local community. “This project will help reduce the conflict between heavy vehicles, pedestrians and local traffic and also reduce travel time and create improved access for heavy vehicles,” Mr McBride said. “The bypass will cater for commercial vehicles travelling on the Robe to Clay Wells Road and Riddoch Highway generated from timber plantations in the area, and improve freight efficiencies supporting the Limestone Coast’s highly productive economy.” For more information on the project visit https://www.dpti.sa.gov. au/infrastructure/road_projects/ penolabypass Above (from left) - Member for MacKillop Nick McBride; Member for Barker Tony Pasin & South Australian Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government Stephan Knoll.

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125g unsalted butter 125ml (1/2 cup) honey 120g (4 cups) cornflakes 85g (1 cup) desiccated coconut

100g (1/2 cup) caster sugar 380g can Nestle Top ‘n’ Fill Caramel 200g milk chocolate, melted 50g dark chocolate, melted Extra cornflakes, to serve

Method Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan forced. Lightly grease a 16 x 26cm (base measurement) slice pan. Line the base and sides with baking paper, allowing the sides to overhang.Place the butter and honey in a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 1 minute or until the butter is melted. Simmer for 1 minute or until thickened slightly. Combine the cornflakes, coconut and sugar in a large bowl. Add the butter mixture and stir to combine. Press into the base of the prepared pan. Bake for 10 minutes or until just golden. Set aside to cool completely. Use a balloon whisk to whisk the caramel in a bowl until smooth. Use a spatula to spread the caramel over the cornflake base. Place in the fridge to chill for 20 minutes or until set. Use a palette knife to spread the melted milk chocolate over the caramel. Place in the fridge to chill for 15-20 minutes or until set. Cut into 12 pieces. Drizzle with dark melted chocolate. Sprinkle with extra cornflakes. Set aside until set. Serve at room temperature.

Changing Places facility now open in Mount Gambier

The Changing Places facility, located in the James Street toilet block, includes a range of features not available in standard accessible toilets, including a height adjustable adult sized change table, a tracking hoist system, non-slip flooring and more space to accommodate a person using a wheelchair and up to two carers. The facility is secured by a universal key system with access available via a Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK). Keys can be purchased for a fee of $20 from the Council office at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace Mount Gambier or online at masterlocksmiths.com.au


BRAIN TEASER

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1. Who played the character Kramer in the hit TV sitcom Seinfeld? 2. Cynophobia is the fear of what? 3. How many sides does a heptagon have? 4. What is the official currency of Chile? 5. What was the title of the first Harry Potter release? 6. Who are the two main characters in the EL James Fifty Shades trilogy? 7. Former English rugby union representative Mike Tindall is married to which Royal? 8. Who is the premier of Western Australia? 9. Kieran Reid is the captain of which national New Zealand sporting team? 10. For which team is US basketball star Kyrie Irving playing this season? 11. What is a baby camel called? 12. Who starred as TV witch Samantha in the sitcom Bewitched? 13. What is the name of the South Australian franchise in the newly revamped national hockey competition – Hockey One? 14. In which city would you be if you were visiting the Brandenburg Gate? 15. The oboe is part of which musical family of instruments? 16. The Cox Plate is run at which racetrack?

17. Which Australian State would I be visiting if I was in Longreach? 18. What were the given names of author J. D. Salinger? 19. Who created the character Sherlock Holmes? 20. What is the cubed root of 64?

ANSWERS 1. Michael Richards; 2. Dogs; 3. Seven; 4. Chilean peso; 5. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone; 6. Anastasia Steele & Christian Grey; 7. Zara Phillips; 8. Mark McGowan: 9. All Blacks; 10. Brooklyn Nets; 11. Calf; 12. Elizabeth Montgomery; 13. Adelaide Fire; 14. Berlin; 15. Woodwind; 16. Moonee Valley; 17. Queensland; 18. Jerome David; 19. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; 20. 4

WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in London in 1950. 2. I did not have a great academic record and suffered from dyslexia. 3. My first successful business venture was a magazine called Student. 4. That led to me opening a record shop in Oxford Street. 5. In 1972 I launched my own record label in conjunction with Nik Powell. 6. In 1984 I set up my own airline. 7. I moved into the telecommunications industry in the late 1990s. 8. I have continued to diversify and own hotels, trains, media interests and am now looking to tackle space. 9. I was knighted for my services to entrepreneurship in 1999 with the ceremony occurring the following year. 10. I am the founder of the Virgin Group.

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SCHOLARSHIPS ON OFFER Member for Barker Tony Pasin said 22 scholarships would be available to international and domestic students to study in Barker next year. Mr Pasin said tertiary education providers in Mount Gambier and the Riverland had been provided $1,254,000 over the forward estimates to offer the scholarships through the Coalition Government’s $93.7 million Destination Australia program. Destination Australia provides scholarships worth $15,000 a year to students who study at a regional university or vocational education provider.

Flinders University Renmark campus will host eight domestic and four international students while Uni SA’s Mount Gambier campus will host ten

domestic students. “Our regions have a great story to tell and we can be an attractive destination for international and domestic students,” Mr Pasin said. “That’s why I have worked with local providers and the Education Minister to secure these scholarships for our region. Attracting more students to study in Barker will be good for our community, good for local businesses and good for tourism. International students who study in regional Australia rate their living and learning experience higher than students based in metropolitan centres yet just three per cent of our

690,000 international students were enrolled in regional Australia last year. Our Government’s Destination Australia program is helping to attract more students to study in regional Australia and we can help by promoting our amazing Riverland and Limestone Coast as an attractive study destination because of our lifestyle, lower cost of living and smaller class sizes.” Students can apply directly to institutions. Successful tertiary education providers can be found at www.education.gov.au/destinationaustralia.

COMMUNITY GRANTS ON OFFER Round 2 of the District Council of Grant Community Grants are now open, offering grants in the Sports, Halls and Community Group categories. The Community Grant Scheme offers two rounds per year to support community groups develop projects and events that enhance community wellbeing and increase participation in social and leisure activities. Hall committees can apply for up to $1000, Sporting Clubs up to $800 and Community Groups up to $2500. Examples of recently funded projects through Round 1 include audio visual equipment at the Mount Gambier Italo Club, seats along the bike path at Tarpeena, a new elliptical trainer at Carpenter Rocks and new shade and powerpoints to support the Mil Lel Show. Grants are now open from and close Friday, December 13, with successful applicants notified early next year. To apply or for further information visit https://www.dcgrant.sa.gov.au/CommunityGrants. Left - The Mil Lel Show was one of the Round 1 Community Grants recipients. lifestyle1.net | 28


ANDEN’S QUALITY AND PRESENTATION REWARDED WORDS & PHOTOS COURTESY OF IAN TURNER - SUPERIOR SELECTIONS An improved season over that experienced last year in the immediate Woomelang area in the Victorian Mallee was certainly a factor in allowing the Donnan family, Anden White Suffolks and Ultra Whites and Kerangie Suffolk stud to present a magnificent catalogue of rams and ewes from their three breeds to buyers earlier this month. If seasons like last year reminded commercial producers in the area of anything, it would have been the value of running sheep when cropping returns were virtually nil. While this season has tapered off a lot at the end from earlier predictions, cropping or hay returns will still be significant, but the resilient producers will also benefit from heavier or quicker turnoff of their lambs into an even more lucrative lamb market. As senior principal Andrew Donnan said in greeting the gallery that included 58 registered bidders from four states, “Who would have thought just five years ago that we’d now be seeing prices of $8.50/kilo or more for our lambs; the outlook is scarily good.” Those resilient local area commercial lamb producers proved just as strong as before, providing strong competition for the drafts of 80 White Suffolk flock rams, 15 Suffolks and 72 Ultra Whites, resulting in improved sale numbers and overall averages. However not all areas are experiencing a better season and normally good buying support areas to the north and into New South Wales are definitely suffering, to the point that breeding ewe numbers are now severely depleted. One pastoral NSW based buyer at this sale has gone from 10,000 ewes down to just 200 at present. Overall, by the sale’s end 197 of the 225 head offered had found new homes in an 88% clearance and averaged $1506. This was 12 more sold than last year and a $91/head better average. However, it was the top end draft of 21 White Suffolk stud rams that provided the sale’s highest prices, as well as probably the biggest disappointment. This draft topped at $6500 and averaged $2548; $597 down in average and $3000 in top price even on last year’s tough sale. Ten of the draft ended up being purchased by astute commercial prime lamb producers. This certainly had nothing to do with quality, as this draft was arguably their best ever for depth and presentation over their 24 annual sales, plus it contained the Supreme White Suffolk exhibit from the recent Adelaide Royal Show.

With a Carcase Plus index of 205.1, that Adelaide Supreme, Anden 180179 Twin was the seventh ram offered in the draft and was snapped up by a delighted Nick Cheetham, ‘Cheetara’ stud, Narembeen, WA. He made the trip over hoping to get this ram, having had very good success with Anden genetics in past years. It was the second ram into the ring, Anden 180001 that took the top price honours. Sired by Anden 170045, this powerful and very long ram ‘screamed’ meat production as he commanded the ring and was supported by outstanding Lambplan figures. These included 12.05 for weaning weight, 18.37 for post weaning weight, 2.55 for eye muscle depth, a Carcase Plus index of 221.63 and 146.08 on the new Total Carcase Production index. Nick Cheetham was again involved, doing the bidding for Nathan Ditchburn, Golden Hill stud, Kukerin, WA who connected with Nick via phone. The Hull family, Kattata Well stud, Pt Kenny, SA, who purchased Anden ‘Cruiser’ 150277 for a record $68,000 just two years ago, had a big win at the other end of the price scale when they were able to pick up the impressive Anden 180045, with a C+ index of 216.84 for just $4000. Likewise, the Prentice family, Kurralea stud, Ariah Park, NSW who are in the grip of the drought was able to get their pick, Anden 180101 with a C+ index of 213.21 for just $3000. G & D Meyer, through HF Richardson, Ballarat paid $3250 for A180238, a son of the very high performance sire Woolumbool 173980, this ram being the highest indexing ram in the catalogue with a C+ index of 222.24. BD & SP Vowels, Alerrum stud, Burrumbeet made the most of the stud buying opportunity to purchase two at $2750 and $2000. It was the White Suffolk flock ram draft that produced the standout result. All 80 rams in this terrific draft were snapped up by 23 individual buyers operating at a $1575 average,

$295 higher than last year. The Anden Ultra White program is still in the relatively early days of its development and is still growing a following for these ‘shedding’ meat machines. However, the Donnan family was able to present a superb quality draft of 72 rams, 12 more than last year. They attracted 14 buyers and sold six more than last year, overall selling 54 at auction to a $3200 top, averaging $1257. This average was $60 down on last year, primarily due to the greater supply, thus wider buyer choices. The 15 Kerangie Suffolk rams sold well, with 13 clearing to a top of $3500 and averaging $1650; $483 up on last year, even with seven more selling. The top priced and extremely long ram, Anden 180501Tw by Pamellen 150074 and with a C+ index of 188.42, went to the Funke family, Bundara Downs, Bordertown. It was the select draft of Suffolk and White Suffolk ewes that commenced the sale, these also selling on improved results from last year. Twelve of the 14 Suffolks offered sold to a $2300 top and averaged $924. Anden and Kerangie senior principal Andrew Donnan said post sale he was delighted with the strength of support from those who bid on their sheep, especially their many long and loyal commercial lamb producer clients. Above - Nick Cheetham, Cheetara stud, Narembeen, Western Australia, holds the Adelaide Supreme White Suffolk ram he purchased at the Anden sale for $6000, while Anden’s Joel Donnan holds the $6500 top priced ram purchased via phone connection by Nathan Ditchburn, Golden Hill stud, Kukerin, WA.

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SPORT NEW HARNESS RACING SEASON KICKS OFF THIS FRIDAY

HOME AWAY FROM HOME? The American Baseball World Series between Houston Astros & Washington Nationals went to seven games - no surprise there between two even teams but what was surprising was how little influence home field played in the series with the away team winning all seven games. Unfortunately for Houston fans that means they had to watch the Nationals claim the World Series on the Astros home diamond with a 6-2 victory in game seven.

BARTY TO FINISH YEAR ON TOP With the end of the year approaching and very few tournaments left, it has been confirmed that Australian women’s tennis player Ashleigh Barty can now not be unseated from her ranking and will finish the year as the number one ranked women’s player in the world. Barty is the first Australian since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001 and 2002 to finish a season as world No.1. No other Australian woman has ever managed the feat.

STAR ALLROUNDER BANNED Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan has been banned from all cricket for two years by the International Cricket Council after accepting three anti-corruption charges. He is currently rated the No.1 ODI allrounder in world rankings. Al Hasan was named in the 2019 Cricket World Cup Team of the Tournament after scoring 606 runs at an average of 86.57, including seven 50+ scores in eight innings. He is the first player to score 500+ runs and claim 10+ wickets during an ICC tournament.

The Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club’s 2019/20 season kicks off this Friday night with the first of 10 meetings for the year at Greenwald Paceway. And while club officials are promising the same family friendly, fun night out at the trots for the upcoming season, not everything has stayed the same. The club has a new president – Mick Lamond – who certainly knows a bit about success, having claimed plenty of silverware as an owner and long time supporter of the club. The home straight will also be picture perfect in 2019/20 with the installation of new lighting to ensure the best possible view as the horses race to the finishing post. The club has two November meetings, two in December, including December 20, which would make for a perfect pre-Christmas catch up with friends, or work Christmas party, and then three in January, before the season rounds out with a February meeting and two in March, including the premier event of the season, the Mount Gambier Gold Cup. The date for the headline event is yet to be confirmed but is not far away from being locked into the racing calendar. “We are looking forward to another

successful season with plenty of support from local owners, trainers and drivers, as well as the amazing support we get from across the border from the Barkers, Matt Craven and also Shannon Edwards,” new president Mick Lamond said. “It is always a fun night out and the racing is always good and then there is the other things we sometimes have like face painting and a jumping castle for the kids. There is plenty of onsite catering and we are always looking to see new faces come out and experience a night at the harness racing.” This Friday night the action starts at 5.15pm with admission $10 for adults and $5 concession. Pony trots is also part of the night’s program. Above (left) - Always plenty of action at Greenwald Paceway. Above (right) - Owners Janice & Richard Healey with the 2019 Gold Cup. Right - Dave Drury with the 2019 2019 Gold Cup winner Iam Erik.

LOCAL BOWLERS COMPETE NATIONALLY Three South East bowlers Heather Richards (Port MacDonnell) Di Murch (Bordertown) and Geoff Hams (Keith) were part of the 12 men and 12 women squad chosen to represent South Australia at the 2019 Bowls Australia National Seniors Championship, which was recently held at Ettalong Bowling Club, Sydney. The competition was held over four days in good conditions. Keith’s Geoff Hams was part of the best performed men’s combination, combining with Peter Gaglear (skip) Carl Wohling and Bob Scott to finish with four wins, one draw, two losses (+36 shots). South Australia finished fourth behind Queensland in third; Victoria second and New South Wales were the champions. Bordertown’s Di Murch was part of the best performed rink in the women’s competition, playing alongside Sue Madden (skip, Coralie Sheldon and Annette Rowntree and finishing with four wins and three losses (+7 shots). Heather Richards, from Port MacDonnell, was part of a team with Sue Coultas (skip) Raelene Heitmann and Chris Nicholls and they finished with three wins and one draw (-1 shot). South Australia also finished fourth in the women’s competition, with New South wales third, Victoria second and Queensland going throguh undefeated to take the title. South Australia has been part of the

event since 2012 - it was originally known as the ClearView Senior State Round Robin but with all states entering the competition, it was rebranded the Australian Senior Sides Championships and now the Australian National Senior Sides Championship. Above - Naracoorte’s Peter Mueller (Men’s Manager) with players Heather Richards, Geoff Hams & Di Murch.

SOUTH EAST VETERANS GOLF Forty-eight players turned up at Penola on a bright sunny, perfect day for golf. In First division, 38 points was the winning score, by new member and local, Lindsay Storer, on countback from Naracoorte’s ever reliable Brian Sherlock. Third was the wily Lyndsay Copeman, of Attamurra, on 37, who could easily have won, but for a wayward putter. Second Division was won by Max Clifford, of Attamurra, on 35, from Blue Lake’s Gavin Sparrow, on 32. Herman VanderHeul, on 31, counted out John Kirby for third. The NTPs went to Max Clifford and Lindsay Storer, and the Ross Orchard was shared by Glen Tilley and Alan Webster, who entertained his playing partners with renditions of old song, while his new clubs just wouldn’t work for him. The ball rundown went to 28 or better. The next outing is at Attamurra on November 11, followed by Kingston on November 25 and the last one for the year is at Millicent on December 9.


SPORT HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE HEADING TO SOCCER CARNIVAL Victorian soccer player Hakeem Al-Araibi, who made international headlines when he was detained in Thailand for more than 70 days in 2018/19, is set to inspire at Naracoorte for the Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival his Saturday. Hakeem’s return to Australia in February this year, courtesy fo a campaign spearheaded by former Socceroo captain Craig Foster, and his subsequent return to National Premier Leagues Victoria side Pascoe Vale in Melbourne was arguably one of the feelgood sports stories of the year and was featured last week on the award winning ABC program Australian Story. Hakeem became an Australian citizen in March and is equally passionate off the field in his part-time role as Football Victoria’s Community and Human Rights Advocate. Hakeem will be sharing his story, showcasing his skills at the ALDI Miniroos. the Soccer Academy and taking a seat as rotating coach during the All Nations Cup 7-A-side final. “My story is about how football and sport helped me as a player,” Hakeem said. “It’s a big example of the power of football and how it can change your life. My role as community and human rights advocate also enables me to meet new people and practise my English. I’m equally grateful for this opportunity as it will help me to maybe be a coach in the future after I finish playing. For many people like me, when they come to Australia it is a new country, a new life and for those people I want to be able to help them, to give them advice, to help them play football, help them with anything and for their future.” Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer carnival is a one-day event being held at the Naracoorte and District Sports Centre. Kicking off at 9am the carnival embraces inclusivity for all abilities, ages, soccer novices and enthusiasts. Teams from across the Limestone Coast, Wimmera, Mallee and Grampians will be contesting the 7-A-side round robin All Nations Cup. Bring your carnival spirit and cheer on the carnival whilst taking part in the FREE ALDI Miniroos (Ages 5 -9yrs), Soccer Academy (10– 16yrs) and United by Football workshops running from 10.30am–4pm. The All Nations Cup Final s at 4pm. Event partner Teys Naracoorte will be busy keeping the hunger at bay during the event, providing a BBQ for participants and spectators.

GERMAN CLUB DRAWN SINGLES UNDERWAY Round one of the German Club Drawn Singles was held on October 23 with 24 competitors aking up the challenge with three players earning maximum points in their groups and two going through undefeated for the night. The prize money which was kindly donated by Garry Filliponi of GMF HOME MAINTENANCE, of Portland, and was split by Al Lockwood, Mick Hutchinson and Mark Walker, who all finished with the maximum 12 points. Right behind that trio were Andrew Jordan and Dick Peters who both finished equal top of their group and split the points giving them 11 each. The best performing female player on the night was Chris Schembri with 10 points and she sits back in sixth place on the ladder. Rounding out the top 10 were Simmo Simpson, Terry Rashleigh, Steven Wags and Bob Huebner, who all scored nine points each. Round two’s prize money was kindly donated by Mark Walker, with the results in next week’s Lifestyle1. The Drawn Singles is on at the German Club every Wednesday night, it runs for 6sixweeks plus an extra week for finals. Anybody wishing to enter it is still not too late as there are still plenty of rounds left to earn enough points to qualify for the finals. Entry fee for the competition is $50 per player.

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Teys general manager operations Sage Murray said Teys was excited to be an event partner for this fantastic initiative. “We value each and every individual within the workforce and our way of showing our appreciation to the community, is to show case our quality product which is sourced from local producers,” Mr Murray said. “We are very much looking forward to the day. Soccer is more than a game, it brings people together”. This event is funded by the Department of Home Affairs Fostering Integration Grants program. The grant supports new initiatives by not-for-profit organisations that will help migrants better integrate into Australian life through employment and community participation. The event partners Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Naracoorte United Soccer Club, Football Federation South Australia, Football Victoria, Teys Australia, Multicultural Communities Council of SA and the Australian Migrant Resource Centres are working together to ensure a successful carnival on and off the pitch. For further details about the carnival program, ALDI Miniroos, Soccer Academy and workshops contact Caroline Menzel at Naracoorte Lucindale Council on (08)8760 1100 or visit https://www. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/soccer or https:// www.facebook.com/lcmsoccer Above - Hakeem Al-Araibi will be the special guest at this weekend’s multicultural soccer carnival at Naracoorte.

The third race in the Mt Gambier Cycling Spring Series had 23 cyclists, with the ranks being swelled by visiting riders from Hamilton Cycling Club. Once again returning local riders, Malcolm Tirabassi, Scott Noonan, Rob Mann and Paul Brooker have continued to make an appearance and have added to the depth of the contested races. The handicapped groups all finish within seconds of each other with second limit being the only group to catch the limit mark. The final placings had Harry Opperman (pictured above left) first with another junior rider, Pru Riddoch second but they had to sprint hard to keep veteran Ray Bilney at bay with third. Fastest time was recorded by Nick Kidman (picturd top right) with 45 minutes 11 seconds. Junior race results saw Molly Opperman with the fastest 10km time, Freya Miller (pictured bottom right) second and Elmer Buckland third.

Track racing as also returned to the velodrome, at Blue Lake Sports Park, with he next two races on November 16 and 30. Warm up from 2pm and racing at 2.30pm. Enquiries to Tina Opperman through the club’s Facebook page.

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Three Wattle Range based athletes have received a financial boost from the Wattle Range Youth Development Foundation to assist with expenses to represent South Austalia. Emma Lang and Keeva Shepherd received $200 each for their recent trip to the Christian Football Federation Australia Australian National Soccer Titles, in Brisbane, from September 28 to October 5. Lana Shepherd received $400 for her trip to Singapore to be part of the 2019 SingaCup (Singapore International Youth Soccer Cup) which is on now and runs until November 10. Above (left) - Emma Lang receives her donation from Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll. Above (right) - Keeva & Lana Shpeherd receive theirm donations from the Wattle Range Youth Development Foundation from Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll.

LOCAL COMPETITION RETURNS Eight-two competitors nominated for the 75 target Sporting Clays shoot at Burrungule Park sponsored by BOC Gases (Mt Gambier) Water Dynamics and the South Aussie Hotel. Ken Atkin and his ground setting crew set three courses which were shot in the semi old style format. A cool day with persistent spring drizzle and a light breeze meant shooters were still in winter attire. Jeremy Kent continued his rich vein of form with a consistent 72/75 to take out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun. Jamie Dunn won AA Grade with 70/75 with Terry Scicluna taking out second after a shoot off with Chris Wright. Steven Scheidl 71/75 won A Grade comfortably from Bill Dyson and Tim Widdison. B Grade was won by Brian Smith shooting 56/75 from Charles Wallis & Curtis Scheidl. Dwayne Bell was delighted to take out C Grade with 51/75 from Brad Long and the experienced Frank Kentish. Ernie Scheidl took out the Seniors category with 63/75 over Neville Kent and Wayne Gurney, whilst in the Veterans category Kevin Dyson won with 60/75 from Peter Klieve & Geoff Lowe. Tasha Bellinger 60/75 proved the best of a strong group of ladies, with Emma Lawford second and Sonya Vanderhorst in third. Carter Rossouw 47/75 took out the Junior section from Ben Hastings whilst Declan Wright 61/75

dominated the Sub Juniors from Brodie VonStankeDowie and Shakielle VonStanke. Upcoming Events Sunday, November 17 - Lake Bonney Sporting Clays 75 Targets Sunday, November 24 - Burrungule Park 75 Targets & AGM Above - High Gun winner Jeremy Kent with sponsor Dane Hastings.

CENTRAL STILL UNDEFEATED In the rescheduled game from Friday night’s washout, Central remain undefeated after four rounds. Batting first, Central scored two unearned runs. Dylan Chuck hit safely to right field and scored on permit player Dylan Ridding’s grassed fly ball to deep second base. He then crossed home on Brock Keding’s single to centre field. One more was added to the score in the top of the second. With two out, Ethan Chuck doubled to left field and scored on Kyall McClean’s hit to shortstop that caused a wild throw from that fielder. South hit the scoreboard in the bottom of the fourth when with two out also, Bruce Morale picked a walk and nudged the scoreboard into action, crossing home-plate on Travis Lockwood’s hit to centre field. The Indians doubled their score in the eighth when again with two out, Ben Nash singled and

scored on Bruce Morale’s two bagger to left field. Central put the game to bed in the top of the ninth. For the fourth time in the game, with two out, Ridding walked and Keding hit safely to right field. Ridding advanced to home on a wild pitch and Keding was batted in by Koby Chant’s long hit to centre field. The Magpies shut down the Indian batters in the even dig to notch up the win five runs to two. Central had 11 hits, two base on ball, two runs batted in, two strike outs and left 11 runners on base. South had six hits, three base on ball, two runs batted in, nine strike outs and left six runners on board. Tigers broke through for their maiden season win against Federal in the second of the Division 1 games. In the even first inning Tigers lead off batter, Jesse Foster, walked and scored on Brayden Morton’s two bagger to

centre field. Ben Marcus’s safe hit to left field saw Morton cross the plate. The Demons tied the score at two all in the top of the third. Alex Reppin picked a base on ball and then a towering hit over the left-field fence by skipper Wade Chant scored both. Tigers went ahead in the fourth when coach Karl Ransom found himself at first base on a fielder’s choice and scored on Mitch Crosbie’s hit to short-stop that resulted in a wild throw from that position. In the top of the sixth Kane McMillan doubled to centre field and scored on Reppin’s single to the same spot. Reppin crossed the plate on Nathan Taylor’s texas-leaguer to left field. Tigers replied with three of their own in the even dig mainly as a result of a number of errors. Crosbie walked, Foster safe at first on an error and Matt Thompson safe after a wild pitch. Crosbie scored

on Tyler Horrigan’s sacrifice fly, Foster touched home after a wild throw from short-stop and Thompson added to the score when he crossed on an infield error. Tigers put the icing on the cake in the bottom of the eighth when from twelve batters, one out, eight safe hits, two walks and a hit batter they scored nine runs to mercy Federal fifteen runs to five. Tigers had 15 safe hits, five walks, one hit batter, 10 runs batted in, six strike outs, left 13 runners on base and made one error. Federal had 18 safe hits, two hit batters, five runs batted in, eight strike outs, left 14 runners on and made eight errors. SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ALL THE WEEKEND’S BASEBALL RESULTS

MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION RESULTS BARBER SHIELD • TWO DAY MATCHES North Gambier v West Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 117 (J. Schutz 34; E. Fisher 24; T. Edwards 18; D. Kenny 13; S. Willis 3/18; J. Conrolo 3/21; N. Easterbrook 2/20; C. Prior 1/16) West Gambier 2/30 in reply (C. Prior 18no.; D. Kenny 1/16; K. Badman 1/0) East Gambeir v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 201 (T. Carpenter 43; P. Harding 39; D. Justin 37; T. Nieuwerkerk, J. Allcock 21; B. Clark 4/45; A. Hentschke 3/40; L. Turley 2/34; C. Little 1/40) East Gambier 0/33 in reply (D. Whitehorn 19no.; C. Little 11no.) CROUCH SHIELD Kongorong v Penola Kongorong 1st innings 191 (no details available) Penola 1st innings 145 (no details available) Kongorong won by 46 runs. West Gambier v South Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 111 (D. Walsh 58; S. Coxon 21; no bowling details available) South Gambier 1st innings 1/115 (no batting details available; J. Judd 1/12) South Gambier won by nine wickets.

Yahl v Kalangadoo; Mil Lel v East Gambier & Gambier Centrals v North Gambier (no details available - all three games being played as a two day fixture and will be completed this weekend) COX BROS SHIELD No match details available (two day fixtures which will be completed this weekend) O’DONOGHUE SHIELD East Gambier v Mil Lel East Gambier 1st innings 127 (A. Creasey 34; B. Braithwaite 22; L. Turley 13; O. Bennett, J. Lawrence 10; C. Facy 9; K. Weber 2/5; H. Smith 2/18; C. Carson 1/12; E. Thomas 1/1; T. Dinnison 1/13; V. Gill 1/4) Millicent v West Gambier Millicent 1st innings 143 (no batting details available: K. Wrightson 3/14; J. Judd 1/20; R. Case 1/10; M. Larter 1/6; J. Prior 1/10) South Gambier v North Gambier No match details available (two day fixtures which will be completed this weekend) HALL TROPHY East/North v West Gambier East/North 1st innings 168 (A. Clarke 36no.; B. Vause 26; R. Pandey, O. Vause, C. Richards 11; no bowling

details available) Kongorong v Millicent Millicent 1st innings 6/133 (K. Bevan 30ret.; A. Lindner 14ret,; C. Bevan 11; no bowling figures available) Kongorong in reply 6/24 (no batting details available; K. Bevan 2/7; P. Jennings 2/3; B. Sims 1/0; T. Dunn 1/8) South Gambier v Mil Lel No match details available (two day fixtures which will be completed this weekend) PENOLA - BYE SIMS SHIELD Gambier Central v Mil Lel Green Gambier Central 1st innings 28 (B. Lock 5; R. Lock 2; H. Hicks 3/1; T. Horbury 1/0; N. Virtanen 1/1; J. Mackenzie 1/1; H. Virtanen 1/11; T. Fiegert 1/1) Mil Lel Green 1st innings 2/270 (H. Hicks 42ret.; A. Virtanen 36ret.; J. MacKenzie 28ret.; T. Virtanen 24ret.; N. Virtanen 22ret.; T. Horbury 17ret.; R. Grigg 10; A. Smith 1/25) Mil Lel Green won by 242 runs. West Gambier Red v West Gambier Blue West Gambier Red 1st innings 71 (J. Hewlett 11ret.; B. Noble 9; K. Jeffrey 3/4; M. Lawson 1/3; J. Williams

1/7) West Gambier Blue 1st innings 2/141 (H. Croker 27ret.; T. Rothall, K. Jeffrey 16ret.; J. Wiliams 15ret.; P. Dycer 13; O. Fox 1/12) West Gambier Blue won by 70 runs. Mil Lel Gold v Kongorong Mil Lel Gold 1st innings 95 (D. Caines, V. Radley 3; no bowlign details available) Kongorong 1st innings 4/133 (no batting details available; H. Beer 2/9; G. Barrett 1/10) Kongorong won by 38 runs. South Gambier v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 5/98 (B. Vause 29ret.; N. Chalindiara 15 ret.; K. Mulraney 13no.; no bowling details available) South Gambier 1st innings 5/93 (no batting details available; B. Vause 3/2; M. Bradley 1/5; K. Mulraney 1/8) North Gambier won by five runs. Millicent v Mount Burr No match details available EAST GAMBIER - BYE


SPORT LOWER SOUTH EAST BOWLS ASSOCIATION PENNANT RESULTS MID WEEK OPEN Naracoorte RSL 68/12 d Port MacDonnell Blue 35/2; Mount Gambier Red 50/12 d Naracoorte 49/2; Mount Gambier RSL 51/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 43/2; Port MacDonnell Red - BYE. LADIES Division one • Kingston 48/14 d Naracoorte 37/0; Port MacDonnell 46/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 38/2; Millicent Blue 59/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 37/0; Millicent Red 57/14 d Mount Gambier 32/0. Division two • Port MacDonnell 49/13 d Beachport 41/1; Robe 64/14 d Naracoorte 26/0; Millicent 54/12 d Penola Blue 51/2; Penola Red 79/14 d Naracoorte RSL 42/2. Division three • Beachport 43/7 drew with Mount Gambier 43/7; Millicent 54/14 d Penola 32/0; Robe 43/12 d Lucindale 42/2; Port MacDonnell v MOunt Gambier RSL - no results available. OPEN Division one • Robe 59/12 d Naracoorte RSL 56/4; Mount Gambier 90/16 d Port MacDonnell 56/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 71/14 d Naracoorte 58/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 81/12 d Millicent 67/4. Division two • Penola 80/14 d Kingston 67/2; MIllicent 75/12 d Naracoorte 64/4; Kalangadoo 74/14 d Mount Gambier 61/2; Port MacDonnell 79/14 d MOunt Gambier RSL 65/2. Division three • Lucindale 81/16 d Kingston 58/0; Mount Gambier 86/16 d Millicent Red 56/0; Naracoorte 68/13 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 62/3; Mount Gambeir RSL Red 69/13 d Millicent Blue 66/3. Division four • Robe 94/14 d Mount Gambeir 64/2; Mount Gambeir RSL 86/14 d Naracorote RSL 70/2; Penola 88/16 d Lucindale 39/0; Beachport Red 82/14 d Port MacDonnell 67/2; Beachport Blue - BYE; Frances v Millicent (no results available). Division five • Mount Gambier 50/14 d Naracorote 35/0; Millicent defeated Port MacDonnell (forefeit); Penola 56/12 d Kalangadoo 45/2 MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Division One - Men Glencoe Gold 4-33 d Uniting Church 2-30 Singles: P. Mitchell lost to I. Hopes 6-7; D. Boyce d B. McInnes 6-3; T. Biggins lost to S. Batty 4-6. Centrals 4-31 d Reidy Park 2-23 Singles: A. Van den Hurk d K. Edwards 6-2; D. Heemskerk lost to Z. Young 5-7; B. Gaffney d L. McEvoy 6-4. Glencoe Maroon 5-30 d West Gambier 1-14 Singles: D. Childs d E. Schultz 6-0; D. Ferguson d N. Lang 6-2; A. Hughes lost to B. Cook 0-6. Division One - Women West Gambier 5-35 d Glencoe 1-27 Singles: J. Sealey d S. Edwards 6-4; B. Wintefield d L. Edwards 6-4. Reidy Park 4-32 d Uniting Church 2-18 Singles: B. Young lost to A. Dunn 5-7; E. Edwards d J. Delaney 6-0; S. Edwards d V. Maxwell 6-3. Division Two Glencoe Gold 10-69 d West Gambier Blue 2-43; Mount Schank v Uniting Church (no details available); Reidy Park Royal 7-63 d Reidy Park Red 5-52; Moorak v Mount Gambier (no details available); West Gambier Red 8-60 d Glencoe Maroon 4-46. Division Three Glencoe/Centrals 12 -75 d West Gambier 0-38; Mount Schank 8-56 d Uniting Church 4-37; Suttontown Tigers 8-68 d Suttontown Hawks 4-48; Centrals 11-72 d Moorak 1-37; Mil Lel Blue 6-58 d Mil Lel Green 6-51 Mixed Doubles Glencoe 6-37 d Mount Gambier Blue 0-13; Mount Gambier Green 5-32 d Centrals Orange 1-17; Mount Schank v Mount Gambier White (no details available); Suttontown 4-35 d Centrals Blue 2-30. Ladies Doubles Reidy Park 5-35 d Saints United 1-15; Uniting Church 6-36 d Mil Lel 0-2; Glencoe 6-36 d West Gambier 0-5; Moorak v Allendale East (no details available)

PLENTY OF RUNS ON THE SOFTBALL DIAMOND Warriors White were just too good in their match up with Wanderers, only giving up one safe hit in their 10-5 victory over Wanderers. Wanderers base runners Fiona Finch and Em Hart howed great pace around the diamond but Hart pushed too hard attempting to steal home and Whites pitcher Sarah Polderman and catcher Bri Dunn were alert and made the out. Clare Chaplin was on fire with three safe hits, Taylor Pearson continued her good form with another safe hit as did Dunn and the speedy Justine Koop for White. White were also privileged to have club stalwart Felicity Walker step back out on the diamond and she was particularly impressed with the way rookie Alyce Cagney went about hitting the ball. Emmerson and Maddy Hann got on base as did Erin Chaplin and Sarah Polderman by their sheer pace putting the Wanderers field under pressure. Concordes White recorded their first victory of the season against Warriors Blue after a dominant first innings really set them up for the win. With safe hits to their first six batters Concordes scored five runs in the first and this proved decisive. Codie Jackway and Billie Jones both had two safe hits and there was a good spread of safe hits throughout the whole line up. Warriors were well served by short stop Nic Vause, who played well in the field and snagged three safe hits. Raquel Sneath was also impressive with two hits. For Concordes, Dana Jones pitched effectively and good fielding limited the run scoring opportunities for Warriors, who came hard in the end but were not able to reel in Concordes who ran out winners 9-7. Demons and Concordes White met with both teams missing some key players, but in the end it was the batting strength of Demons that gave them the win in the final game of the day. Without their pitcher, Concordes were under the pump right from ball one, with Demons scoring five runs on four safe hits in the first innings. Demons pitcher Montana Millard then stranded two Concordes base runners to keep them scoreless in the first. Demons continued to bat well finding all the gaps, with a batting line up that will trouble every other pitcher this year without a doubt. Concordes didn’t give up though and were able to score seven runs of their own after Millard was switched out of pitching, which made it an entertaining contest. Ultimately however the hot bats of Demons were far too strong and they ran out deserved winners 20-7. RESULTS Warriors White 10 (C Chaplin 3; T Pearson, B Dunn, J Koop) d Wanderers 5 (E Hart, R Smith); Concordes United 9 (B Jones, C Jackway 2; H Taylor, T Jones,

D Jones, J Beck, S Pilven) d Warriors Blue 7 (N Vause 3; R Sneath 2; L Bruggemann, D Wombwell, L Mullen, S Tindal); Demons 20 (M Millard 4; C Manning 3; R Mathers, J Morale 2; B Morale, K Cawthorne) d Concordes White 7 (S Brown, M Wombwell) Above (top) - Demons’ Jorja Morale in action. Above (bottom) - Warriors’ Nicole Vause was impassable in the field at the weekend.


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Honda’s 50 Years Editions. More sophistication and style.

50 YEARS EDITION

$1,275 ADDED VALUE

$2,390 ADDED VALUE

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HR-V $28,990 CR-V $34,990 Available while stocks last. Visit us today.

*The Drive Away price shown is for a HR-V and CR-V 50 Years Editions in your chosen colour. It includes metallic/pearlescent (where applicable), 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a recommended dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and administration charges. HOD3689/HP/A

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