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It’s a pretty simple premise – a bulk food store committed to zero waste shopping. That’s the gospel Tammy Flier and the team at Unpackaged are passionate about sharing, setting up their bulk food, eco ware store at 121 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. “Our dreams of a bulk food and eco ware store started after visiting stores on holiday overseas,” Tammy said. “We trialled the idea in a local pop up market store and have now ended up here with our awesome new store.” At Unpackaged it is about getting back to basics, across the areas of cleaning products, personal products, pantry items, fruits, grains, confectionery, nuts and beauty and body lines.

“We are dedicated to reducing plastics, educating customers on zero waste options and giving everyone the opportunity to buy as much or as little as they like,” Tammy said. “Zero waste shopping doesn’t need to be difficult, at Unpackaged we are focussed on #plasticpollution and reducing the amount of plastic used in grocery shopping.” Limestone Coast locals, born and bred, Tammy and the Unpackaged team see their business as an extension of their desire to help the community and more broadly, improve the environment. Unpackaged boasts an in-store dietician, in-store demonstrations and expert staff ready to walk you through this eco friendly shopping revolution. “You can bring in your own

containers from home, or purchase a jar in store,” Tammy said. “These are weighed before filling, ensuring you only pay for the weight of the goods and not the jar as well, you buy as much or as little as you need.” From bamboo toothbrushes and straws to pantry staples including baking powder and bicarbonate of soda, from a range of basic herbs to more specialist items including buckwheat flour and organic options, from chocolate and nuts to shampoo and conditioner – you will be pleasantly surprised just how much of your weekly shopping you can get done at Unpackaged. “We want to make life simple and get back to basics,” Tammy said. Head to the 121 Commercial Street West store or check out their range online

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Lyndon Manser and Barry Ward share a similar passion – making sure no defence force personnel, no matter how long or where they served – do not slip through the cracks. Six months ago the duo established the Limestone Coast Post 75 Veterans Support Group and this Thursday they are showcasing that group to the public with an information session for veterans at Mount Gambier’s City Hall from 6.30-8pm. Both Lyndon and Barry’s fathers served in World War II in New Guinea and both men have extensive military experience and they just want to make sure anyone, whether they are reservists or served overseas, have a support network, whether it is just someone to talk to or whether it is someone to point them in the direction where they can received the type of help they desperately need. Lyndon remembers when he

realised he needed help while attending an army conference that was tackling life after service. “I realised I wasn’t happy and I was putting my wife through a lot,” Lyndon said. But hearing the speaker talk about his struggles, allowed Lyndon to recognise his issues and deal with them and he now wants to make sure Limestone Coast based defence personnel are also provided with the tools and support they need. Lyndon has almost three decades of military service on his resume and Barry almost hit the 40 year mark and giving current and ex-service personnel the opportunity to be part of a network is close to their hearts. Lyndon’ s defence force journey started as a 17 year old when he joined the military voluntarily. He served in the Citizen Military Forces as part of his years of service,

as did Barry, who also had stints in the air force among other arms of military service. Lyndon also had 17 years with the army cadets, where he was the commanding officer and that has seen him in contact with former cadets who have served in the defence force and needed help after returning from duty. Both men believe transitioning back to civilian life is even more difficult in the current climate - and it was tough back when they were younger. “Back in World War II, the guys went over en masse and came back en masse and they kept in touch,” Lyndon said. “But now they are in smaller groups and when they come back they can feel so alone and lost.” And that’s why Lyndon and Barry and the five other members of the group., which has already provided support for a couple of guys, have “...when they come back they can feel so alone and lost....” Lyndon Manser forged relationships with a number of community groups equipped to help serving and returned defence force personnel. “We have made associations with Lifeline, Lifeboat SE, counsellor Liz Moriarty and The Junction’s Nel Jans among a number of support organisations so we can point people in the right direction,” Barry said. “We have also made contact with medical

practices and RSL Care, which is an arm of the RSL that deals with these sorts of issues.” RSL Care’s Nathan Klinge, Community Health Connect’s Peter May, Warrnambool RSL’s Adam Kent and Limestone Services Hub DVA advocate Laurie Mann will all be part of Thursday’s information session. “If nobody turns up we’ve done our bit but we really hope people see how important this group can be,” Lyndon

said. “We want to catch people before any issues become bigger issues.” Once the Limestone Coast Post 75 Veterans Support Group is officially established, Lyndon and Barry would also like to expand it to emergency service personnel. Above - Lyndon Manser & Barry Ward

Historic plan set to lead the way The City of Mount Gambier has endorsed its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), in a strong show of faith that council is committed to acknowledging, celebrating and creating greater equity for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the process of reconciliation. While the plan focusses primarily on internal changes in terms of systems, practices and procedures it also assists council to lead by example within the local community by demonstrating attitudes and behaviours that help to foster greater awareness and appreciation for reconciliation. City of Mount Gambier CEO Andrew Meddle said the plan was an opportunity to create meaningful change while also demonstrating leadership to the broader community to take positive steps towards reconciliation. The plan has been in the works since 2015, as staff, elected members and Boandik elders and community representatives worked cooperatively to set up the historic blueprint. “The RAP focuses on strengthening positive relationships, acknowledging and respecting Aboriginal and

Torres Strait Islander cultures and providing opportunities to ensure that our First Nations peoples have the same opportunities as others in our community,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM said. “The Reconciliation Action Plan is the culmination of more than five years of learning and relationship building between Council and our First Nations communities. It acknowledges our progress, clarifies our vision for reconciliation and provides a clear, accountable framework for positive change.” Boandik Elders Aunty Penny Bonney, Aunty Val Brennan and Uncle Mikey Hartman have played a pivotal role in the establishment of the plan having been involved with the focus group since 2015. “I am really happy to see the plan get to this point after many years of learning together, it’s wonderful that we can put the past behind us and move forward towards reconciliation,” Aunty Val said. The plan is titled ‘Yerkalalpata’ meaning ‘leading the way’ in the reclaimed Boandik language called ‘Bunganditj’. The use of Bunganditj language is made possible with the approval of local Elders and the Bunganditj Language Reclamation

Committee. “I am very proud to have been part of this wonderful journey in bringing our Reconciliation Action Plan to life. Berrin (Mount Gambier) is certainly yerkalalpata (leading the way),” Aunty Penny said. The City of Mount Gambier has worked closely with Reconciliation Australia in recent months to ensure the plan meets the standards set out in their National Reconciliation Action Plan Framework and is the first council in the Limestone Coast to adopt a Reconciliation Action Plan endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. “Reconciliation is hard work—it’s a long, winding and corrugated road, not a broad, paved highway,” Reconciliation Australia CEO Karen Mundine said. “Determination and effort at all levels of government and in all sections of the community will be essential to make reconciliation a reality.” The final document will incorporate artwork that represents the shared journey towards reconciliation by local Boandik artist Belinda Bonney and will be officially launched in partnership with key stakeholders and community members in coming months. lifestyle1.net | 04

Above - City of Mount Gambier CEO Andrew Meddle, Boandik Elder Aunty Val Brennan and Mayor Lynette Martin OAM with ‘Yerkalalparta’ - the first City of Mount Gambier Reconciliation Action Plan.

Working together with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, the City of Mount Gambier has the following vision for reconciliation: • A society free of racism and prejudice where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples feel a strong sense of belonging and are able to participate fully in the life of our community. • A city which supports expressions of cultural identity, where cultural practices, traditional sites and significant places are acknowledged, celebrated and preserved. • A community characterised by social justice which advocates for enriching the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


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Boandik culture returns to Mount Burr

CARY JENNINGS Borderline Speedway president More than 60 family members from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Warrnambool, Penola, Port MacDonnell and Mount Gambier have gathered at the Plentiful Waterhole to reconstruct a permanent campsite while sharing knowledge of their Boandik ancestors. Mount Burr Swamp was drained for pastoral land years ago and by blocking the drainage channel, the waterhole has filled and captured water once again, creating a haven of biodiversity. The restoration project is one of the key initiatives by Nature Glenelg Trust and their volunteers. It’s now returning

to its glorious originality as water ribbons begin to establish themselves from bulbs under the ground that have laid dormant for many years.The water is drawing insects, birds, animals and people back to the area and recreating a brilliant biodiverse location. The family constructed a Wurla Boandik housing made from sheoak timber. They also created a yarning circle and a ceremonial circle which are used to share cultural knowledge, law and culture stories and experiences for future generations. The descendants of Annie Brice met near the magnificent restoration project of the waterhole and are

working with Nature Glenelg Trust and the University of South Australia for improved understanding, respect and support of Australia’s land and history that takes in more than 1800 generations and more than 60,000 years of occupancy recorded on the productive Boandik Mraat (Country). The country which stretches from Guichen Bay, Robe, to the Glenelg River and toward the Grampians was once a bountiful and spiritual landscape for Boandik ancestors, as they managed their economic strategies, beliefs, rituals and lifestyle. Because of this land management and cultural learnings are key subjects

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being offered as part of the Aboriginal Pathway program for students of the South Australian University in Mount Gambier and the waterhole offers plenty of learnings for those wishing to appreciate it. Boandik descendants have invited the local aboriginal students of SAASTA to come and support in a second Wurla build and share in the appreciation of the land, culture and history of the Boandik people and the family hopes that many generations can experience and benefit from this plentiful waterhole into the future. Photos courtesy of Jack Brookes

Where do you never tire of visiting in this region? I like visiting Robe but not at holiday time and I love going to Portland. Three first choice dinner party guests Long time friends Mary & Alex Faux and Peter Moyle, who I met years ago through BMX. What people would be surprised to find out about you? I am down to earth. Your greatest weakness? Not being able to say NO. Your greatest strength? I can make things happen What would you choose for your last meal? A schnitzel at The Commersh. What item in your wardrobe would you never part with? I jacket that I wore when I was representing Australia in BMX as an official. If you were a car, what would you be? XP Falcon coupe Who/what most inspires you? My grandchildren Who/what most frustrates/annoys you? Negative people What book/CD would you want with you if you were on a deserted island? The History of Bathurst Which movie/television role would you love to play? Danny Zuko in Grease What’s the best advice you ever heard? If you want something done ask a busy person. What’s the best advice you ever gave? (Safety advice to BMX riders) You’ve got another arm, you’ve got another leg but you can’t get another head/brain. If you weren’t in your current role what would you be doing? I’d be retired!! Who would you like to swap places with for a day? The Mayor of Mount Gambier


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Multi award winning commercial builder Mossop Construction + Interiors has a string of successful, regional projects to its credit and is now looking forward to expanding its footprint even further into South Australia’s south-east and Victoria’s south-west. Over the past 10 years, the Mossop regional team has completed just over 20 key projects worth more than $85 million across Mount Gambier, through to Nhill, Stawell and Portland, and now has plans to expand its work – and grow its team across the region. According to Mossop Regional Manager Craig Williamson, one of the keys to the company’s success is the fact the Mossop team is based locally and genuinely appreciates the impact their work has on local businesses and communities. “Our regional team lives and works in Mount Gambier and around the South Australian/Victorian border region, so we really understand just how important it is to try and support the local community,” he said. “In fact, we recently took a team photo and added up just how long our team has lived in the area and combined, it was 221 years!” Mossop Construction + Interiors is

a fourth-generation family business that has grown from humble beginnings in Adelaide to be one of Australia’s most recognised and awarded commercial builders. Having delivered successful projects across South Australia, including a focus on the south-east, regional Victoria and New South Wales, the Mossop team is recognised for its outstanding project delivery across market segments including: • Office space • Commercial • Education • Health and Allied Services • Retirement Living & Aged Care • Civic, Community & Sporting • Retail and Financial • Hospitality and Tourism • Legal, Law Enforcement & Correctional • Industrial Getting the job done lies in the hands of a team of stable, proven Mossop employees who work collaboratively with their clients, professional services consultants and stakeholders, all committed to delivering projects of the highest standards. Mossop project delivery includes: • Fitout • Construction

• Refurbishment • Heritage Works • Managing Contractor • Project Management • Design and Construct • Base Building Upgrades • Relocations & Decommissioning • Property Development • Quality Assurance & HSE Management • Environmental & Sustainability Expertise “We’re very proud that we can genuinely offer an experienced, dedicated and multifaceted team that can take on almost any project, and deliver with proven results,” said Craig Williamson. Recent projects the Mossop team has delivered include the new Community Wellbeing Centre at Boandik Lodge in Mount Gambier, which caters for older people and people with disabilities, featuring a hydrotherapy pool, gymnasium, treatment and activity rooms, outdoor therapy rehabilitation area, changerooms and toilets. “Working on the Boandik project was terrific, not only because we knew just how much these new facilities would be appreciated by the Boandik community, but also because it was lovely to meet and connect

with the residents who were really involved in watching the progress of the project and took such a keen interest in what we were up to,” said Mr Williamson. Mossop has also recently completed the $2.3 million upgrade of the renal dialysis unit at the Mount Gambier and Districts Health Service, which almost doubles the capacity of the previous facility. Supporting local trades and businesses wherever they can, is also a key commitment by Mossop Constructions + Interiors, and according to Mr Williamson, many local south-east trades were used on both these recent projects. “We used 17 local companies who completed about 70 per cent of the work on the Boandik project and we only sourced specialist trades from outside the region for specific elements, like the construction of the hydrotherapy pool,” he said. “And for the upgraded renal unit at the hospital, around 50 per cent of the tradies were local.” “We are also proud to give back to the local community through our sporting club sponsorships with South Gambier Football Club, West Gambier Football Club, International Soccer and the Glencoe Football and

Netball Club.” Other Mossop regional projects include delivery of multiple projects at Mount Gambier Prison, the Nhill Law Court upgrade, the Robe Medical Centre, Portland Library Refurbishment, various Commonwealth Bank retail projects across SA and into Victoria and the Mildura Airport redevelopment. “We’re now working hard on the $3.1 million Stage 2 addition to St Martins Lutheran College in Mount Gambier, the On The Run petrol station in Stawell and first stages of Timberlink’s major expansion plans for a new Sawline Project, which has just started at their Tarpeena site,” said Mr Williamson. Mossop has recently celebrated 40 years of operations in the building industry and today the multi awardwinning family business directly employs more than a 150 dedicated staff. “We’re really looking forward to a busy 2020 and believe part of our winning formula is that our projects are driven by our local office and team, taking huge pride in adding value to our communities,” says Mr Williamson. “Not surprisingly, we’re keen to do more!”

Above (top row from left) - The Mount Gambier Prison; the Mossop Construction + Interiors regional team & the South Australian Minister for Health & Wellbeing Hon Stephen Wade (far right) visiting the Mount Gambier Hospital Renal Unit. Left (from left) - Boandik Lodge Hydrotherapy Pool & the Portland Library refurbishment.

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Sharing is caring... I’ve encountered an issue recently that I’ve never dealt with in the previous 43byears. It goes like this. On a Wednesday night I play mixed netball. That’s not the problem. Following the game I go to the pub to celebrate another week where I haven’t ended up in hospital from all the vigorous exercise. While at the pub, apart from a glass of orange juice and a couple of dead lizards, I also tend to order a lovely Hawaiian pizza. And some garlic bread if I’m in the right mood. And onion rings if I’m really living on the wild side, although onion rings can be a bit hit and miss. When they’re good, they’re good, but when they’re bad it can be a rough night’s sleep. That’s not the issue though. I’m a friendly sharing person, and although my body might indicate otherwise, I’m prepared to share my food. Eating a whole pizza is really

more than I need anyway. Don’t worry, I still eat plenty of pizza. Still not the issue. Be patient. I’m getting there. After a couple of pieces of pizza I get to a point where I don’t feel the need to eat the whole of my crusts. Crusts are fine, but when you’re eating pizza, the toppings are the main event, right? This is where things get slightly unusual. Here’s the issue. One of my friends has started reaching across, picking up the leftover half a pizza crust…and eating it. You heard me right, he eats the piece of crust, complete with the residue of my saliva from when I bit the rest of the piece. Straight in his mouth, munch, chew, masticate, swallow. Leftover crust gone. Other people are observing it happen and don’t seem at all concerned with what is taking place. This obviously leaves me wondering whether there is something wrong with me. Is it possible that this is the logical conclusion of our focus on the environment and sustainability? Is my friend simply making sure there is no wastage and doing the world a favour? Wouldn’t want that food going to landfill, would we? Is he simply an eco-warrior. I’ll be honest. I’ll eat my kids’ leftover food, but only if it doesn’t already have a bite out of it. They kiss me, but I’m not prepared to have food with their saliva on it going into my body. As babies they pooped on me, they vomited on me, and any number of other disgusting things. But I

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draw the line at eating half a piece of chocolate cake that they’ve decided tastes funny. I do wonder a little whether my friend is doing it to try to make an appearance in a Robbie Tansel Lifestyle1 article. Is it possible that my fame has reached such a level that my friends and loved ones would do something bizarre to see their name in print? Probably not. That’s a bit far fetched. I’d say my level of fame is only at the point where I’m a possibility to get invited on I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, or some other celebrity version of a reality show. In other words, my fame is essentially nonexistent. Realistically, should I be worried about this pizza thing? It really doesn’t impact on me at all. What he puts in

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his body is his problem, right? I’m not the one eating someone else’s pizza crusts. My friend and I do have a good relationship. We’ve been friends for over 25 years. I was actually his peer support leader at school. But this just seems a step too far. What’s next. After I’ve finished my orange juice, is it possible he might start picking up the glass of leftover ice and finishing it off? Is he going to start buying milkshakes at the pub with two straws and sharing them with me? (Chocolate please if you are thinking of this, big fella.) If you have an opinion on this issue, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com, as long as you don’t think the bigger issue here is the fact that I enjoy pizza with pineapple on it.

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Real Thing Legendary Australian musician Russell Morris will headline the return of the Music In the Vines festival at Macarthur in South West Victoria on this Saturday. After the 2019 festival was cancelled due to Total Fire Ban restrictions, organisers have bounced back with a rejuvenated program, featuring an exciting blend of new and familiar performers set to bring new and time-honoured material to the scenic South West Victorian venue.

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he day long community run festival is held at Pieter and Michelle Badenhorst’s beautiful Suffoir Vineyard, at Macarthur, only two kilometres west of the town and 10km from the Budj Bim National Park. The festival’s resurgence this year will also celebrate the nearby Budj Bim Cultural Landscape gaining UNESCO World Heritage status with its opening by executive officer of the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corp, Damein Bell.

Fresh from releasing his new album Black and Blue Heart, Morris is sure to be well received at the scenic Suffoir vineyard venue for the first time to perform some of his evergreen hit singles and latest blues and roots creations. Morris is well known to generations of Australian music lovers as the first Australian artist to score consecutive number one singles with his first two releases – The Real Thing and Part Three Into Paper Walls. Other well-known Morris singles are Sweet

Sweet Love and Wings of an Eagle. He and his band are expected to centre their list on the new album and his Best Blues and Roots Album of 2016 Red Dirt Red Heart. Another first-timer at Music in the Vines will be Melbourne pop/folk singer-song writer Woody Pitney, who has been busy performing at festivals around Australia and the world, building on the acclaim for his single and EP of the same name You Can Stay. The dynamic Adelaide-based Celtic duo The Borderers will return after a two year break with their unique high energy blend of multistyle music featuring Celtic rock, traditional folk tunes, African and zydeco. Jim and Alex Paterson are well-known for getting a crowd involved and lifting the tone of a gig. Powerful vocalist and talented singer/song writer Tanya George will also perform at Macarthur for the first time. Whether she is creating and looping a song in front of a crowd or performing with her band, the Macarthur audience is sure to be impressed with what Tanya can do with her distinctive four and a half octave voice. She comes to the region after a busy 2018 and on the back of a series of festival gigs last year Innovative Warrnambool acoustic guitarist and singer Cooper Lower performed at the first Music in the Vines in 2016 and since then has gained a big following for original work and ability to also create a song before

a crowd. Cooper has been performing at festivals and busking across Europe and North America in the past 12 months and is sure to give his usual original and soulful performance. Melbourne singer-song writer Mariah Jayne is excited to be performing at Music in the Vines for the first time this year. She is known for her soulful and heartfelt voice and lyrics. Mariah released her first six track debut EP, The Beginning, in October 2018 and is expected to the Macarthur audience with some of the new songs she has been working on with her new band. Music In the Vines 2018 Emerging Talent winner, Warrnambool musician Flynn Gurry, is returning to Macarthur with his earthy blues roots vocals helped by energetic guitar, stomp and tambourine. Flynn released his selftitled EP last year, was awarded best blues act at the 2018 National Busking Championships and performed at the International Blues Day Festival in Canberra. Accommodation is available at surrounding regional centres and buses have been organised. Camping is also available at the national park or the town’s van-friendly recreation reserve. For more information about the festival see https://www. musicinthevines.com.au/ Tickets are available through the website www.musicinthevines.com. au or from Suffoir winery and brewery, the Macarthur Hotel or Macarthur’s General Store and are $70. Suffoir Winery is hosting Music in the Vines and is located at 144 Mount Eccles Road.

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Funding for a cleaner, greener future Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP ast week announced a number of organisations in this region have been awarded funding under the Morrison Government’s Communities Environment Program. “This program is all about harnessing the passion of grassroots community organisations to deliver practical local projects that directly improve our local environment,” Mr Pasin said. “These projects of restoring environmentally sensitive areas throughout the region and the implementation of numerous waste management schemes will ensure protection and improvement of our local environment. The Morrison Government is investing more than $22 million in the

“...this program is all about harnessing the passion of grassroots community organisations to deliver practical local projects that directly improve our local environment...”

Communities Environment Program to support local environmental projects in every electorate across Australia, with grants ranging from $2500 to $20,000 per project. A broad range of organisations were eligible to apply, including local community clubs, not-for-profit organisations, landcare groups and schools. Mr Pasin said that the Communities Environment Program was empowering local community groups to deliver practical local environmental projects that would not only raise environmental awareness but also strengthen the local community. “I was very pleased with the high quality of applications received from our local community and environmental organisations, and their enthusiasm to undertake practical environmental projects. “Community groups in Barker are already delivering many fantastic environmental projects, whether it’s planting trees, cleaning up local waterways, reducing litter

or protecting native species,” Mr Pasin said. “This funding for these organisations will help to make our region cleaner and greener for future generations.” Right - Member for Barker Tony Pasin (centre) with members of the Port MacDonnell Landcare Group Claire Harding, Tony Pasin, Ian Black, Paula Anesbury & Rhonda Jess.

Projects funded in the Barker include: • $15,000 for the Port MacDonnell Landcare Group to undertake the linking of existing vegetation remnants together by extensive plantings across landscape • $3800 for St Martins Lutheran College to undertake their Food Waste Management Project. • $20,000 for Naracoorte Lucindale Council to undertake the restoration of 2km of the Naracoorte Creek • $14,000 for Coorong District Local Action Plan to undertake the River Murray Turtle Protection Project • $20,000 for Coorong District Local Action Plan to undertake the Management of environmentally sensitive areas through Pangarinda Botanic Garden •$20,000 for Tatiara Coorong LAP/ Sherwood Fire Recovery committee to undertake the protection of the Sherwood Fire Canopy Cover. lifestyle1.net | 10


A very impressive lifestyle property 24 Walkers Tin Hut Road, Millicent This immaculate and welcoming solid stone family home is conveniently situated only 4km’s from Millicent with no other houses close by and with easy access and all bitumen roads into town. Boasting 43 acres/17.4 Hectares approximately in total, with 38 Acres share farmed over the years and has been cropped to wheat, canola and broad beans. Last year’s crop made an income of around $16,000 - $20,000 each for the Vendor and the share farmer and a great yield of this year’s bean crop with the added bonus of running sheep on the bean stubble after harvest. This prime quality land has been well looked after with great fertiliser history with IMPA applied every year and Urea when required. Love the property but don’t want to farm then no hassles at all, continue on with the current share farmer and reap the income. The north west facing home has small front and rear return verandas with the rear decked, a beautiful spot to sit and relax. Entering through the front entrance the beautiful era of the home is exposed with stunning jarrah floors. With high skirtings and ceilings this home also features a stunning spacious dine in kitchen with dishwasher, abundant of cupboards and soft closing drawers, metaline splash back and views out to the window to the rear yard. The home has 4 bedrooms or 3 bedrooms plus large office. The master bedroom is massive with cedar (painted) double door leading into the bedroom off the passage, with western red cedar wall to wall built-in robes & dresser. Bedroom 3 has built-in robes and bedroom 4 has a walk-in robe. There are 2 great living spaces, the family

room oozes warmth with a gas heater and reverse cycle spilt system and the lounge room has lovely bay windows with double French cedar doors leading out to the large paved entertaining area. 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets situated handily at opposite sides of the home. Outside offers a 3-bay garage with 2 sliding doors, concrete floor and power, solid stone storage room and old solid stone milking shed. A 45,000L rainwater capacity tank is connected to the home and an equipped bore waters the lovely lush manicured lawns and surrounds. Another bonus inclusion to this property also is a 14 Meg Water Holding Licence. This is a beautiful home is just the ideal home to bring up your children and enjoy the country lifestyle but still be within close proximity to town.

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$580,000

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2 Palamountain Street

$255,000

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Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular Birdsville area close OPEN to schools and local SAT shopping. An absolute 9.00 - 9.30 must to inspect!

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20 Patricia Court

$385,000

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The absolute dream for the family who love to entertain, the all weather entertaining area and inground swimming OPEN pool will impress, SAT highly sought after 9.30 - 10.00 location.

8 Comaum Avenue

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1 Betula Road

$429,000-$449,000

Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with OPEN quality. This brand new SAT home stands out in a 9.30 - 10.00 crowd. Inspection will

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11 Tarandi Road

$212,000

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For the practical buyer or investor this one is sure to appeal! Featuring 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen/ OPEN meals area, spacious SAT formal lounge, 9.45 - 10.15 low maintenance

3 Huntingdale Court

27 Umpherston Street

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This home requires some TLC but offers a fantastic opportunity to enter the market and reap the rewards. Three OPEN bedrooms, kitchen/ SAT meals area, large 10.15 - 10.45 living/dining space,

12 Callahan Place

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16 Magnolia Court

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$319,500

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$219,000

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You won’t but better – A spacious and solid constructed home ripe for renovation. Fantastic location & generous OPEN yard size. Walk to SAT schools & shops. It 10.15 - 10.45 won’t last long!

Showcasing charm, stylish modern updates and a floor-plan that promotes flexible living throughout. A tranquil entertaining OPEN oasis in the gorgeously SAT landscaped rear 10.15 - 10.45

9 Tanglewood Crescent

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Nestled in a quiet cul de sac in the always popular Conroe Heights is this immaculate family home which you will want to call your own, only OPEN a short walk to the local SAT playground and reserve, 11.00 - 11.30 shops and schools.

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4/4 Underwood Avenue

28 Derwent Court

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$389,500

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This light filled contemporary home has everything for the family who love to entertain, boasting a very functional floor OPEN plan. Within easy SAT walking distance to 10.30 - 11.00 St Martins Lutheran

1 Chauvel Street

$325,000

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343 Commercial Street West

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33 Lake Terrace West

$187,500

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A good offering for 1st home buyer/ investor offering large living area, upgraded bathroom, covered entertaining OPEN and fantastic car SAT accommodation. 11.15 - 11.45 Ready to inspect!

34 Sturt Street

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$189,000-$199,000

Located in a quiet & small complex, offering 2 large bedrooms, formal lounge with gas heating, neat & private rear yard. Single garage UMR. Fantastic location within walking distance to Collins Court Shopping Complex.

$249,000

PLONGES MARINE $50,000 + SAV 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.

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1/31 Wyatt Street

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46 Commercial Street West

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27 Heath Street

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Avail 6/3/20 $240 per week

8 Bryne Street

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11 Locke Street

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Avail 16/3/20 $260 per week

157 Bay Road

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Avail now $270 per week

21 Auvale Crescent

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51 Ferrers Street

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2 Lake Terrace West

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45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

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2 toilets

$369,000

4 Ridgeview Court

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Perfectly positioned, three bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, large open plan kitchen/living/dining, 5kw solar system.

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An amazing opportunity awaits. Blue chip location and two street access. Solid art deco home with OPEN fantastic shedding. SAT The potential here is 11.45 - 12.15 endless. In conjunction

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11 Locke Street

3 1 1 $240 pw •Position perfect for city living •Three bedroom apartment, main with access to balcony•Kitchen with electric cooking •Spacious lounge with gas heating •Private parking space at rear of building •Main Street precinct at your doorstep •No Pets

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

157 Bay Road

Avail 16/3/20 3 1 1 $260 pw •3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes •Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area •Gas heating •Three way bathroom •Single garage UMR with internal access •Low maintenance yard with garden shed •No pets

Avail Now 3 1 2 $270 pw •3 bedrooms, main with R/C air con •BIRs in bedrooms 2 and 3 •Kitchen with electric cooking •Separate dining with R/C air con •Lounge with S/C heating •Updated bathroom •Detached single garage •Large yard, lots of shedding •No Pets •Property on the sales market


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$199,500

This lovely three bedroom home will charm all who walk through the door! Step inside to discover an immaculate and very appealing property that will delight the first home buyer or investor, nothing to do but move in and enjoy!

3 Heaver Drive

2/17 Canavan Road

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Care free living in an enviable location, two spacious bedrooms, large kitchen/meals/family, private rear yard/pergola area, single garage umr with remote access- currently leased at $240 per week until 6/05/2020.

21 Hilltop Avenue

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5 West Street, Tarpeena

$489,000

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Priced to sell – ultra spacious family home loaded with extras. Granite kitchen benches, ducted heating & cooling, high ceilings and rear yard access. One of the best streets in popular Conroe Heights!

22 Allison Street

23 Cobblestone Court

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10 Twila Grove

$169,500

Cute and cosy – lovingly updated throughout. Stylish kitchen & bathroom and large allotment. Perfect for a growing family. Affordable living and a short drive to Mount Gambier.

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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Nestled in a quiet pocket in the always popular Conroe heights is this immaculate home which has been maintained to the highest of standards.

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8 Tallarook Court

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$234,000

Offering an affordable family home in a popular location. Updated kitchen with stainless appliances and trendy bathroom. Close proximity to schools, parklands and shops. Be quick for this one!

46 Jubilee Highway West

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$329,000

29 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell

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$359,500

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This superb family home is situated in a quiet & sought after cul-de-sac location. Beautifully maintained inside and out this home will impress the fussiest of buyers.

54 Carpenter Rocks Rd Carpenter Rocks

Prime CBD development opportunity, positioned over 2 titles of land totaling 1,851m2 (approx). Two street access plus third road via a free and unrestricted right of way. When opportunity knocks dare to dream!

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$229,000

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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An affordable seaside home awaits. Deceivingly spacious throughout Bore and rainwater - great shedding. Listen to the ocean, swim, fish and dive in beautiful Bucks Bay.

101 Kingsley Road, Allendale East

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$329,000-$349,000

Approximately 5.5 acres of land zoned ‘Township’ offering potential to subdivide into 16 allotments S.T.C.C. Currently positioned on the land is a neat 3 bedroom home with an 8mx11m shed including power. Endless possibilities!

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Expressions of Interest by 12 noon 28th February 2020 at office of Agent (unless sold beforehand)

This property presents an extraordinary opportunity to renovate or undertake a re-development (STCC). Approx 7,745m2 of prime real estate located in the Hospital precinct.

This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings

27 Derwent Court

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Lot 3 Melleray Court OB Flat

$298,000

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

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

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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!

Gebhardts Property Management

2 Lake Terrace West

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$159,500

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Exciting new acreage subdivision south east of the city. Allotments ranging from 5,000m2. Rural style post and wire fencing included. Electricity and water both connected.

2/46 Derrington Street

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$349,500

5/48 Crouch Street North

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$199,900

Trendy townhouse lifestyle. Low maintenance living in a quality group. Located just minutes from popular schools & city centre. Rare three bedroom unit with 2 toilets at this price. Currently leased @ $235 p/ week.

211 Collins Drive, Suttontown

$164,500

Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities.

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A family home with the lot! Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living, quality kitchen, heating and cooling, covered entertaining area, rear yard access, huge shedding and solar panels.

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2,263m2 approx

$149,000

Located in Mount Gambier’s premier residential subdivision Springview Estate, large 2,263m2 allotment, fully fenced with colorbond fencing, power, water & town sewer all connected.

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78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

32 Commercial Street West

23-25 Commercial Street West

78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell Avail Now 2 1 2 $310 pw •Very private 2 bedroom home in great location •Both bedrooms have BI Robes •Lounge with gas heating & R/C A/C •Kitchen with gas cooking & dine nook •Formal Dine with sitting room •Rear Porch/Sunroom •Undercover patio area •2 Carports under main roof •No Pets

Avail Now 2 1 1 $310 pw •2 bedrooms, both with built-in robes • Open kitchen/dining/family area with dishwasher and induction cooktop • R/C air conditioner • Great outlook from rear deck and living area • Across the road from the Lakes precinct • No pets

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94 Commercial Street East

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32 Commercial Street West

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

•Approx. 178m2 showroom area •Excellent retail opportunity •Large open area with reverse cycle air conditioner •Suit a variety of uses •Separate office/store room and kitchen area •Rear carpark area •Large public carparking available •POA

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Sophie Johnson Property Manager 8725 8037

Jess Boutcher Property Manager 8725 8037

(08) 8725 8037 | www.limestonere.com.au | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier 53 ACACIA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

92 WEHL STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

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Great investment - more info available 9 Formal lounge with s/c wood heating 9 Huge 2nd living with bar & open out to 9 pergola

Two bathrooms with extras - Incl Spa and 9 sauna - option for ensuite Low maintenance yard with pop up 9 sprinklers and garden shed

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

5 POWER STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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SOLID HOME WITH LARGE ROOMS This solid stone and tile home offers versatility whether this will be a purchase as an investment property, the family home or a first home owner looking to enter the market for the first time. An elevated property with huge potential and some views! Spacious L shaped living room offers updated LED down lighting plus gas heating for warmth. The living area steps through to the kitchen and casual meals area which has an abundance of cupboard and storage space, timber flooring, double sink and electric cooking. Moving down the central hallway you’ll appreciate the three good size bedrooms all fitted with floor to ceiling built in robes. Neat bathroom comprises vanity, bath and separate shower. Outside offers a small patio area for entertaining, a large yard with side access plus a garage and storeroom for added convenience. Previously leased at $270 per week. Motivated vendor open to offers!

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$529,000 - $549,000 1014m allotment with residence now 9 totalling 220m of solid modern living Original cottage offers high ceilings, 9 restored timber flooring, and boasts 4

Highest & Best Offers by 4pm 26th 3 March 2020 (unless sold prior)

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Limestone & Dolomite villa on 1456m 9allotment 9Impressive 7ft bay windows & 11ft ceiling 9Formal sitting room with panoramic views 2

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Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

8 CARTHEW STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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161 LAKE TERRACE EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

$399,000 - $429,000

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9Approx. 2,200m allotment Industrial Commercial Opportunity 9Zoned (STCC) 9Fully self-contained granny flat/unit recently 2

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13 WOODCREST CLOSE, MOUNT GAMBIER

$349,000

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9Beautiful blackwood timber kitchen 9Formal lounge & ducted gas heating entertaining complete with bar 9Outdoor & pool

21-23 NEWTON ROAD, PELICAN POINT

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9Current Holiday rental with stunning ocean views on 2 titles approx. 1,400m with great 9Set shedding including detached garage/workshop 9Spacious indoor and outdoor entertaining 2

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Toni Gilmore | 0402 356 905

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

25 O’LOUGHLIN STREET, NANGWARRY

6 COOMBE STREET, NANGWARRY

BUSINESS

RENTALS

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18 O’Connor Drive, Mount Gambier $220 per week Available 16th March 3 1 1 45-47 Elizabeth Street, Port MacDonnell $260 per week Available 11th March 3 1 53 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier

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9Timber framed home with plenty to offer 9R/C wood heater & R/C air con 9Great sheds, Rainwater tank, 16 solark panels - 4kw Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

$95,000

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$195,000

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Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

RLA 263 296

Contact Sophie or Jess on 8725 8037


Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 12 LANSELL STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

15 WEHL STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

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$465,000

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SOLID FAMILY HOME IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION – Well presented, solid family home located in a sought aer area on a rare 1962m2 allotment. – Spacious mber kitchen with electric cooking, WI pantry and ample cupboard space. Large lounge with gas heang and a formal dining / second living area also heated with gas.

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– 3 sizable bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet, with a separate toilet off the laundry area and an outdoor toilet for your convenience. – Outside features include an undercover verandah area, single car garage, double car garage with cement and pit, delighul established gardens and roller shuers on the front of the home for safety and comfort.

11 HANSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

$169,000

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

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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.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY NOON MON 2ND MARCH 2020 PRIME LOCATION ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES - This charming home is situated on the corner of Wehl St Sth & Eleanor Street on a 1201m2 allotment across two Titles. - The home maintains old world charm with high ceilings, ornate cornice, ceiling roses and stained mber skirngs and architraves. 3 bedrooms with the opon of a 4th bedroom or second living area, formal dining, expansive lounge with gas

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CHARMING HOME FILLED WITH CHARACTER – Set on approximately 2.5 acres just 20 mins to Penola and 40mins to Robe. - Country style kitchen, offering electric cooking, a double sink, a generous butlers panty and slow combuson wood heang, large lounge with slow combuson wood heang. Other features include two large bedrooms and a smaller sleepout

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room, bathroom with shower, bath and vanity and a separate toilet off the laundry in the rear porch/ sunroom area, detached single car garage, a woodshed, rainwater plumbed to the home and plenty of room for flower & vegetable gardens.

UNIT 1 $339,000  UNIT 2 $359,000 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

$259,000

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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

254 KENTISH ROAD, MINGBOOL

157 BAY ROAD, MOORAK

- This Mount Gambier stone home is situated on a large 1318m2 allotment adjacent the iconic Badenoch’s Shopping Centre. - Features of the home include 3 large bedrooms, Kitchen with electric cooking and ample cupboard space, formal dining, upgraded bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet with a conveniently located second toilet off the spacious laundry area.

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UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

5177 CLAYWELLS RD, WATTLE RANGE

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- The home has been well maintained with some upgrades whilst also keeping its character and old world charm. - Outside features of the home include security blinds on all windows, a single car garage with a concrete floor, a high clearance shed, a woodshed, rear yard access and a variety of established fruit trees.

$260 PER WEEK 3 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME - AVAILABLE NOW BOND $1560.00 – Located in the peaceful area of Mingbool lies this spacious brick and le family home featuring 3 large bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe and built in wardrobes in one of the remaining two bedrooms. The spacious mber kitchen offers electric cooking, a dishwasher, breakfast bar and a large pantry, separate dining area, large lounge with a slow combuson wood

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fire that warms the whole home and a large laundry area with a second toilet. The main bathroom offers a bath, shower and wash basin. – Other features of the home include an undercover outdoor entertaining area, large secure front and rear yard with established, low maintenance gardens and a single car garage with a manual roller door.


A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

2 Harley Street, Allendale East

43 Boandik Terrace, Mount Gambier

Open

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SATURDAY 12.00-1.00

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

NEW > COUNTRY LIFESTYLE CLOSE TO THE SEA

NEW > RENOVATED TO PERFECTION

Expressions of Interest closing 12pm on Friday 27th March 2020 (Unless Sold Prior) Located just minutes from Port MacDonnell and just 20 minutes drive from Mount Gambier is this quaint 3 bedroom home with loads of country charm. Inside offers separate lounge with new r/c split air conditioner, lovely open plan kitchen/meals/ living area with electric cooking, separate laundry, main bathroom and toilet, plus master bedroom with WIR & ensuite. Outside the property offers the best in low maintenance living, offering large storage shed, separate man cave & a securely fenced yard, ideal for children and pets. Set on a 845m2 allotment the property has plenty of rainwater tanks & beautiful attractive rambling gardens with eye catching decking. Set in the country township of Allendale East, close to the shop and school, this fantastic home provides great value for first home buyers or downsizers!

Fantastic first home or investment property completely renovated with nothing to do!! Inside offers lounge with slow combustion wood heating and striking new kitchen/meals area with dishwasher, gas cooktop and electric oven. Three bedrooms all with new carpets and one offering built in robes. Renovated bathroom with shower over bath and vanity plus fully updated laundry and toilet. Outside offers beautiful pergola with pot belly heater & patio blinds, private & secure back yard with rear yard access, extra wide single carport, stone garage, workshop, garden shed. Freshly painted, new flooring and window treatments, updated electrical, new hot water service, this home allows the new owner to simply move in and enjoy.

E.O.I Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 35 ELDRIDGE DR, WORROLONG

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$750,000-$775,000

6 WYATT ST, MT GAMBIER

Open

$530,000

$299,000

23 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

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$219,000

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SATURDAY 11.30-12.00 - Beautifully presented stone home surrounded by low maintenance private gardens - The home has been updated and offers loads of charm and modern features - Open plan living area with an updated timber kitchen - New carpets & low maintenance timber flooring flow through the property Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 2

Solid brick 4BR home offering luxurious low maintenance living Located amongst other quality homes in a quiet cul-de-sac Modern floor plan offering formal lounge & formal dining Spacious master bedroom offers ensuite & WIR Ducted gas heating with 3 r/c air-cons & solar panels Remote double car garage UMR providing internal & rear yard access Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 1 1

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NEW PRICE 37 SUNSET DR, MT GAMBIER

$449,000-$469,000

$245,000

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Immaculately presented 3 bedroom stone home Close to McDonald Park and St Martins Schools Versatile plan featuring 3 BR plus study (2 with BIR’s) Renovated bathroom with W.I. shower, sep. laundry & WC Single car garage, beautifully presented gardens and fully secure rear yard - Great first home or investment opportunity Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 1

12-14 HELPMANN AVE, MT GAMBIER $639,000-$649,000

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

- Situated on a beautiful leafy 1,215m2 allotment with loads of space - Master bedroom with walk in robe plus ensuite with his & hers vanities - Three living areas comprising of a formal lounge, open plan family zone plus rumpus or theatre room - Sophisticated kitchen with stone benchtops, s/s appliances and WI pantry 4 2 2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 7 LUMIDIN BVD, MT GAMBIER

$224,000

Open

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

- Attractive family home, located in the highly sought after Conroe Heights area - Featuring three good size bedrooms, main with WI wardrobe plus BIR’s in remaining bedrooms - A large central 2-pak kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, including a gas cook top - Lounge/dining area filled with an abundance of natural light 3 1 4 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

29 DAVISON ST, MT GAMBIER

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- Located in a quiet cul-de-sac and immaculately maintained home - Formal lounge, large kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher, open plan living with gas ducted heating & r/c air con as well as a paved pergola area - Master bedroom with WIR and 2 remaining bedrooms with BIR’s - Double garage UMR with remote & internal access, plus rear yard access Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 2

11 GEMSTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

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SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

$315,000-$325,000

SATURDAY 9.15-9.45

- An absolutely stunning property for the discerning buyer with homes of this quality & style seldom entering the market - The contemporary open plan living area features gorgeous timber flooring, gas log fire & r/c air conditioning - Exit through large stacker doors to the stunning North facing alfresco area featuring built-in BBQ and fridges Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 3

38 HASTINGS AVE, MT GAMBIER

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SATURDAY 9.15-9.45

- The perfect fusion of Hamptons meets luxe federation, providing a practical floor plan with an emphasis on space, entertaining and breathtaking views - All the features of a character home, including hardwood floors, mantles & feature lead light mixed with modern necessities - Three stunning living areas spilling out to an undercover alfresco area and paved courtyard 4 2 2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 49 BOANDIK TCE, MT GAMBIER

$219,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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WEDNESDAY 5.15-5.45

13 DOVER CRT, MT GAMBIER

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$319,000

- Architecturally designed and set on a 1961m2 allotment - Stunning gourmet kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops, dishwasher, plumbed refrigerator plus built in wine fridge - 4 bedrooms with the main offering a large walk in robe and ensuite - A balcony overlooks the double block with easy care gardens, tennis court and pool 5 3 4 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 93 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER

E.O.I

Open

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45 - Deceptively spacious brick and tile family home packed full of features - Three bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and additional bedrooms all with BIRs - Loads of living space including large lounge room, formal dining or kids play room and spacious kitchen / family area - S/c wood heating and r/c split system air conditioning Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 2 1

- Beautifully presented low maintenance home, positioned on a corner allotment in a highly sought after area - Offering 3 carpeted bedrooms all with built-in robes, master with ensuite - Open plan kitchen/meals area, complete with dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven - Spacious lounge room with both s/s air con and gas ducted heating Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 2

- Expressions of Interest close on Friday 13th of March 2020 by 12 noon (If Not Sold Prior) - Nestled in one of Mount Gambier’s most beautiful areas and hidden from the street - Positioned on a large 4,145m2 allotment, oozing character and class with timeless architecture and quality refinements - Classic features with modern luxuries Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 3 2 3


Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

7.5 ACRES

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Jess Starling SALES M: 0419 360 001

305 Woodlands Road, Yahl

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

477 Norman Road, Yahl Open

Open

SUNDAY 12.45-1.15

SUNDAY 11.45-12.15

NEW > ROOM FOR ALL THE FAMILY!

NEW > ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY

Situated on a 7.5 acre allotment in the popular Yahl district is this huge solid brick and Colorbond home - perfect for the large family. Offering 5 spacious bedrooms all with BIR‘s plus a study or 6th bedroom, three living areas, two bathrooms and large laundry. The timber kitchen is complete with electric cooking, dishwasher & loads of storage space whilst overlooking the dining area with French doors opening onto the back verandah. Excellent shedding including double carport UMR, 11m x 7m shed with 2.4m clearance along with large workshop space, loft and pot belly heater, plus additional two room studio perfect for a home gym or work from home office. Lovely outdoor entertaining area including a paved court yard with fire pit all overlooking the back yard. Rainwater plumbed to the home, bore servicing the gardens & toilets plus s/c wood heating & 7 kW of solar.

Are you after a country escape for your family? Whether you require land for horses, cattle or perhaps motor bikes, this fantastic family home on 10 acres ensures there is space everyone. Freshly painted, this expansive weatherboard home offers four large bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite plus three large living rooms. Huge country timber kitchen/dining with ample storage space, dishwasher and island bench with access to the rear pergola and private courtyard. Outside leafy trees and lush lawns watered by pop up sprinklers surround the home. 20m x 6m shed with concrete floor, power, and loft. All the extras you would expect for a hobby farm are on offer including timber cattle yard, loading ramp, chook house, stable, bore and rainwater along with 5.2kW of solar. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, wood fire and outdoor spa complete this beautiful home. Start the country dream here!

$659,500 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 23 ANNETTE ST, MT GAMBIER

$799,000

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

NEW PRICE 33 AVEY ROAD, MT GAMBIER

$139,000

- Picturesque vacant allotment of 5018m2 available on the outskirts of Mt Gambier - Walking distance to Tenison Woods College, West Gambier FC & Icehouse basketball stadium - Town water, power & telephone connected - Ring your builder today Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LOT 6 MEREDITH ST, NELSON

LAND

$119,000

- Positioned in the heart of Nelson is this 1,092m2 block of land - Build your dream home to take in the stunning views of the Glenelg River and the ocean beyond - Ring your builder now & secure today. Priced to Sell! - Don’t miss your opportunity to build the perfect weekender or spend your days in the lovely township of Nelson, Victoria Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

Leonie Carrison PERSONAL ASSISTANT P: 08 8723 3416

LAND

5 22 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

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$799,000

- The epitome of family living at one of Mount Gambier's finest addresses - Approximately 70 squares in size, the home provides a large family space and a relaxing sanctuary to come home to - Four bedrooms under the main roof including luxurious master suite plus detached studio with bathroom and WIR - Superbly renovated kitchen plus formal lounge and theatre rooms Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 4 4

101 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST 5.5 ACRES

8 WALLACE ST, MT GAMBIER

39 PASCOE RD, PT MACDONNELL

$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 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 2 6

$199,000

- Elevated rural allotment situated on approximately 4 acres with partially cleared land on the Eastern side of Nelson - 85m2 galvanised iron/colorbond shed with concrete flooring. Shed is wired and ready to be connected to electricity. - Generator to shed (Generator not included in sale but is negotiable) - Frontage to an unmade road Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

$495,000

- Beautiful solid character home in the highly sought after lakes area - 2024m2 allotment with rear yard access – perfect for subdivision potential (subject to council approval) - Charming leadlight, high ceilings, r/c ducted air conditioning and polished timber floors - Three spacious bedrooms all with built in robes feature fireplaces and mantles Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 2

$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 3 1 2

59 VAUSE RD, NELSON

$499,500 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Quiet cul-de-sac with elevated views Situated close to the Glenelg River Bitumen road frontage & power connected Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river Get ready for fishing

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

4 5/22 BURONGA AVE, MT GAMBIER

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- Immaculate presentation, why pay rent? - If you are after a unit, close to the Marketplace Shopping Centre, you won’t find better than this immaculately presented brick and tile unit - Situated at the rear of the complex, this fantastic unit offers 3 large bedrooms (all with Bl robes), open plan living, including lounge with gas heating, practical designed kitchen/dining Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 1

LOT 4 MEREDITH ST, NELSON

$139,000

- Positioned in the heart of Nelson is this 1,092m2 block of land - Build your dream home to take in the stunning views of the Glenelg River and the ocean beyond - A 9m x 6m shed sits at the top of the allotment, complete with concrete floor - Don’t miss your opportunity to build the perfect weekender or spend your days in the lovely township of Nelson, Victoria Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 LAND

NEW PRICE 83 TOLLNER RD, COMPTON

$145,000

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


08 8725 7770 44a Gray Street, Mount Gambier www.bluelakerealestate.com.au admin@bluelakerealestate.com.au Kathryn Weddell-Lucas SALES

Silvia Howlett PROPERTY MANAGER

Stacey Johnston LEASING

Lydia Lancaster-Hill PROPERTY MANAGER

0457 759 788

08 8725 7770

08 8725 7770

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42 Gray Street, Mount Gambier

31 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier

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Well maintained home, one owner since 1958! Formal living room with gas log fire Kitchen/dine updated 2 years ago Four bedrooms Large family room with split system air conditioning

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6 Radley Court, Mount Gambier

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Tanya’s Hairworks

$320,000

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2.7m ceiling height Quality fixtures throughout including porcelain tiling Large formal living room Fantastic kitchen with storage, storage & more storage!

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Wall oven, gas cooktop + dishwasher Ducted gas heating throughout plus split system a/c Bedroom one with walk in robe & ensuite Bedrooms 2 & 3 each with built in robes Main bathroom with spa bath

RECENTLY SOLD

$20,000 WIWO

Are you a qualified hairdresser or a second year apprentice looking to purchase your own business? This well established business could be the perfect opportunity for you. Tanya’s Hairworks has been in business for 30 years and has regular clientele. The business is for sale on a walk in walk out basis. Currently trading 6 days per week. Conveniently located on Gray Street, between the main street and Central Shopping Centre, with good foot traffic passing. There is street parking at the front of the salon and two carparks near by. Spacious salon with 7 workstations, 2 basins and a beauty room. Computerised data base with almost 400 registered clients. Strong social media presence This is an ideal business if you are just starting out or wanting to expand.

13 Illawong Drive, Mount Gambier

10 Radley Court 3

34 Altinio Drive

14 - 16 Ruwoldt Street

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AFFORDABLE HOME WITH GREAT SHEDDING! • Renovated kitchen with electric oven, gas cooktop • Split system a/c x 2 plus gas log fire • Bathroom with separate shower & new vanity • Double carport with high clearance of 3.8m

$222,500-$230,000 • Fully enclosed carport for 3 vehicles, remote roller door with 2.7m clearance • 6m x 8m timber lined games room/garage • 6m x 8m iron shed with loft &work bench

9 Blyth Street, Mount Gambier

NEW PRICE

6 Stafford Street

MORE LISTINGS REQUIRED Contact Kathryn today on 0457 759 788

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

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LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT? • Conveniently located close to local shopping, school, kindergarten and bus stop is this solid Mount Gambier stone home. • Upgraded kitchen with gas cooking

$169,000 • Offering: Two living areas – second living area currently utilised as fourth bedroom • Upgraded kitchen with gas cooking • Three bedrooms, two with built in robes • Freshly painted exterior

69 Church Street, Port MacDonnell

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29TH 9.45 - 10.15

13 Illawong Drive

10.30 - 11.00

9 Blyth Street

11.45 - 12.15

69 Church Street, Port MacDonnell

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$315,000 • Double colorbond garage with two roller doors • Single colorbond boat shed with high clearance roller door • 6 rainwater tanks & an orchard on a 1013m2 allotment


7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 5290 www.completerealestate.net.com

27 King Grove, Mount Gambier

6 Lansell Street, Mount Gambier

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.30-10.50AM

SATURDAY 1.30-1.50PM

$429,000-$449,000 FAST FACTS

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4/124 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier

5/4 Pick Avenue, Mount Gambier

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$139,000 FAST FACTS

- Kitchen boasts two dishwashers

- Walking distance of new Aldi/Coles complex

- Solid unit

- Freshly painted throughout

- Air conditioning tablet in kitchen

- Previously rented out for $340pw

- Master bedroom with huge built-ins

- Brand new carpet

- Drive through extra length garage with internal access

- Low maintenance property

- Currently rented at $190 p/w until October 2021

- Recently rented at $155 p/w

Marika Hart

Kim Cawthorne

Marika Hart

Josh MacLean

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WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in Wahroonga in 1990. 2. I played touch football, cricket, golf, soccer, tennis and athletics during my school years. 3. I am currently studying Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney. 4. I am married to Australian rugby player Matt Toomua. 5. In 2013, I was rated the most marketable Aussie athlete by SportsPro magazine. 6. I have a regular spot on Triple J and have co-written a series of four books aimed at children and teens and recently released my autobiography. 7. I debuted for Australia as a 16 year old. 8. I am the first Australian to represent her country at a World Cup in two different sports. 9. I played 18 games as a Matilda and more than 200 internationals as a cricketer, being named the ICC Player of the Year in 2017. 10. I recently won by third Belinda Clark Medal as the best female Australian cricketer and bowled to Indian great Sachin Tendulkar during The Big Appeal charity match earlier this month. My name is Ellyse….?

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The South East Country Music Association is exceptionally pleased to present its Country Music Festival again this year with a fantastic line-up of country music artists from across Australia. The festival kicks off on Saturday, March 7, at 7.30pm at Casadio Park. On Bay Road, Mount Gambier. Rodney Vincent and Laura Downing (pictured) will be the headline acts for the Saturday night show. Sunday’s program kicks off at 11am with a huge day of entertainment with Queensland’s Chad Morgan, a legend in the country music industry, the weekend’s biggest drawcard, while Laura Downing will back up to also perform again on Sunday. The indoor venue with great acoustics is the perfect place to enjoy wall to wall country music. Tickets are available at the door. Above - SE Country Music Association president Ros James

The outdoor big screen is headed to Penola with two great movie titles screening free on the Mary MacKillop Memorial School Oval this Saturday. Asterix: the Secret of the Magic Potion will air at 5pm and Top End Wedding at 7pm, with catering to be offered to moviegoers by the school. Families are urged to come along and bring a blanket or low chair for comfortable viewing. Wattle Range Council’s director development services Steve Chapple

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Ready to call Australia home Wattle Range Council has welcomed its first new citizen for 2020 with UK born Thomas Slane, who now calls Kalangadoo home, pledging his allegience in a citizenship ceremony earlier this month. Thomas’ wife Debra accompanied him on the day and they are pictured with Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll.

Windfall for men’s shed Member for Barker Tony Pasin has delivered $8905 in Federal Government Funding for the Penola Men’s Shed extension. The organisation received the funding through the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program. Mr Pasin said he was pleased the Federal Government was helping fund the project that would see increased membership and community involvement with the shed’s extension. “This funding will contribute to essential services such as plumbing and electricity and is part of the larger shed extension project that will see members have more comfortable facilities which will help to attract a broader membership,” Mr Pasin said. He said the Stronger Communities program was aimed at funding projects that deliver social and lifestyle1.net | 26

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In the Garden What an interesting start to year we have had weather wise. January couldn’t have had more variable if it tried but hopefully those horrendous bursts of heat are behind us. The sun has certainly had more bite in it this year than I can ever remember, even on the cooler days, the punch in the rays has certainly made us realise how much shade means to us whether indoors or out. The cool weather days of this past few weeks have been great for gardening and have given us plenty of opportunity to get outside and do some outdoor entertaining. So, too, have we been given the opportunity to look around the garden and see where we can add some much needed shade from that harsh summer sun we have been having, and even after the blast of heat here, it has certainly restored the planting spirit. We have been rushed off our feet since reopening after Christmas. We always think to winter to plant trees, especially deciduous trees, but the opportunity is not there to see exactly what part of the garden and home requires shading. I know I have just contemplated planting some more trees on the west side to cut the

By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant summer sun on the windows and help cool the rooms on that side. Trees have an amazing ability to be our own air conditioning and studies have shown the cooling effects of lawns and plants in so many ways and trees are amazing at reducing the temperatures and cutting out the harsh rays of the sun. Now is a good time to have a look around and even plant a mature or advanced shade tree. These come in many forms from evergreen, giving all year round shading, to deciduous, where the leaves will drop in winter to give added light. Deciduous trees again, come in many forms, from mop tops, where the size is governed by the grafting and variety, so are good for courtyard shade and smaller spaces right throughout, to lightly foliaged trees, such as silver birch, then to larger, heavily foliaged shade trees such as maples and planes, that can give fantastic shading to large and small areas. We currently grow more than 30 varieties of mop top trees at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees. Most of these are in our Summer Shade sale that is running NOW. Remember, too, that many of the older varieties of larger

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trees you may have been used to are now available in (dwarf) smaller or narrower versions, allowing you to have your old favourites in smaller situations. Last winter, we launched our new mini Capital ornamental pear that is not only shorter in height but is also narrow too, the demand was phenomenal from right across Australia though our online business and many local people missed out. We have a good numbers growing on for the dormant (bare root season) this winter, so you would be strongly advised to order now so you don’t miss out. This winter dormant season we will be adding another new dwarf ornamental pear which we are confident will be as hugely popular as the dwarf Capital and our exclusive Wintergreen ornamental pear that doesn’t drop its leaves. We strongly advise ordering as most of our trees sell into New South Wales, Victoria and Adelaide through our online site and local people are missing out! People are now beginning to realise that the 11m or so that a lot of the ornamental pears are too high and chopping the tops off them makes them look awful. Shade trees, hedges and, especially, fruit trees have been selling well since Christmas and now is a good time to plant as there is the whole growing season ahead of us. Look out for our 2020 releases of Extra large fruit trees for only $15, yes $15 and selected dwarf trees only $25 (yes,

you read correctly) and we have an Orchard Starter special on with any four advanced fruit trees for $145 on our coupon offer. Many of our advanced and semi mature trees have been slashed to half price to make room for more stock coming through. These include Japanese Maples, Golden Elms, Liquidambars, ash, elm and even half price mop top trees. If you are looking to plant a driveway or avenue of trees we have half price clearance on ornamental pears, in both the narrow, upright forms as well as more spreading varieties. Lombardy Poplars can also be used or are useful for windbreaks in paddocks or ideal for screening on small acreage rural blocks. So, if you are looking for a bargain and some instant sized trees, now is the time to get in as they are selling fast and we have limited numbers of one metre high plus Pittosporum Silver Sheens for just $19.95, but be quick as the sale has been on for a week now. Citrus, avocadoes, bananas (inc. dwarf ) and even berry fruits can be planted now for crops in late summer and autumn. We have 50% off selected advanced fruit trees already in fruit for that “instant orchard” and more than $35 off miniature peaches and nectarines, in both yellow and white flesh varieties. The newly released dwarf plum and cherry varieties have been very sought after for their compact growth but abundance of fruit are now reduced

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to clear, not many people realise that these new breeds of dwarf tree produce as much fruit as a full sized tree but can be netted more easily and pruned from the ground. All are ideal for pots. All wall art, giftware, ornaments and statues in our gift shop are up to 70% off, and just been added to the sale. The mighty strength of the Australian dollar when we purchased has allowed us to sell pots cheaper than five years ago and our outdoor furniture ranges are around $1000 less than last year. All concrete statues, ornaments and birdbaths, giftware and wall art are reduced to clear with up to 70% off prices, this includes our driftwood from the Philippines and metal oil drum animals, eskies etc. All concrete ware/lightweight concrete ware, including troughs, large square and round tubs, are included, these are ideal for miniature fruit trees and dwarf citrus varieties, as they can last their entire life without transplanting, which is especially important with citrus trees, who resent root disturbance and we have minimum 25% off citrus, including double grafted citrus. Gardenarium and The Pot Shop also carries a wide range of solid teak garden furniture which has in the past been out of most people’s price range. With our direct importing we have brought prices right back to less than the flurry of Asian hardwoods that you see looking good in the showroom one minute and warping, cracking and splitting the next. Cast aluminium, which is corrosion free and lightweight, is great for chairs, especially with older people. These are also ideally suited to coastal areas. Our tiled top tables, solid sandstone tiled top tables, pale travertine topped and new for this year is our ceramic table which has been a huge hit, and being natural timber colouring in browns and greys as well which will match in with many colour schemes. We still have one eight seater square table and a few rectangular tables in the Roman range to clear all at fantastic prices, with the three metre long banquet table seating 12-14 people, a serious entertainer’s table, (see website for details) in both stone and aluminium. Grab your truck, trailer or ute and head in to Gardenarium & Limestone Coast Advanced Trees now and bag a bargain.


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EAST GAMBIER The East Gambier Auskick program runs during the 2020 Western Border Football League season at home games for the Bulldogs, starting with a training session at McDonald Park before the kids take to the main oval at half time of the senior football game to play a match, in the same way Auskick is played at half tine of AFL fixtures. Sara Allen is the coordinator of the East Gambier program, that utilises the expertise of senior players, as well as the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rising talent in junior ranks as they work with the 5-7 year olds in the program. The kids will also get a chance to be part of either an Adelaide Oval or MCG half time event during an AFL game in the 2020 season. For more information regarding the East Gambier program contact Sara Allen on 0487 644 075. SOUTH GAMBIER The Demons Auskick coordinator, multi-premiership player, Adam Salmon, sees the move from schools to local clubs running Auskick as a positive for all clubs. The South Gambier program will be a Wednesday night program, run on the same night that the Under 12 teams train, during Term 2, and one of the key goals for the Demons is engaging females in the program. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Auskick has a 50/50 ratio of female participation and we are aiming to have three or four girls in every Under 12 team we have and this will really help with that,â&#x20AC;? Salmon said. South will also look to have their Auskick participants play a couple of matches at home games. For more information regarding the South Gambier program email Adam Salmon at asalmon@noelbarrtoyota.com.au Above (left) - East Gambier is running its Auskick program for a second season (front row) - Judd Creek & Lucas Murray; (middle row) - Hamish Allen, Bailey Thompson, Logan Murray & Addison Thompson; (back row) - Robbie Brewster, Archie Allen & Shaun Lock. Above (right) - South Gambier Auskick coordinator Adam Salmon.

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GARTNER MAKES PODIUM It looked set to be the fairytale finish for the only local competitior in the weekend's South Australia Super Sedan Titles at Borderline Speedway with Penola's Dave Gartner leading for this first 15 laps of the title race but in the end, he had to settle for third behind Darren Kane and Callum Harper with reigning titleholder Ryan Alexander finishing fourth. The club is now gearing up for the nationals of the same class on the March long weekend. lifestyle1.net | 31


LOCAL SPORT Indians spoil Tigers reunion weekend Three Division 1 games were played at the weekend with Central and Federal playing a catch up game in a double header. South Indians spoiled Tigers premiership reunion when they held out their opposition in a tight game played before a big crowd. Tigers were celebrating ten Division 1 Premierships ranging from the 1985/86 title to last year’s premiership victory. South opened the scoreboard in the bottom of the first after Ryan Placucci’s hit resulted in an error by Tigers third baseman. He crossed the plate on a wild pitch. Tigers went ahead in the top of the third. Jesse Foster, Garth Ransom and brother Karl all hit singles with Foster scoring on Garth Ransom’s safehit. Both Garth and Karl were batted in by Ash Dumigan’s two-bagger to leftfield giving Tigers a handy three run to one

lead. Bruce Morale, in the bottom of the sixth, hit safely to third base and he was batted in by Travis Lockwood. The Indians went ahead in the bottom of the seventh after Ben Nash was hit by the pitcher and a Ryan Placucci hit to shortstop resulted in an error. Jesse Balshaw’s hit to shortstop caused the player to fumble the ball resulting in Nash crossing the home plate. Morale’s third safehit of the game batted in Placucci and Damien O’Dine, also with his third hit of the game, saw Balshaw and Morale both add to the scoreline. Tigers tried hard in the top of the ninth to keep the game going but could only add one run to their score. Brayden Morton hit into a fielders choice and was batted by Tyler Horrigan’s infield safety leaving South victorious six runs to four. Central kept their nerve to hold out a fast finishing Federal in game 1 of their double header. Central scored seven runs in the top of the second to set up the win. Alex Ridding singled to right-field, Brad Lynagh walked, Mark Kilpatrick hit safely to score Ridding, Colby Muller’s double batted in Lynagh, Ethan Chuck then singled to score Kilpatrick and Nathan Meinck was awarded first base on a catcher’s interference to load the bases. With two out Muller crossed

the plate on Dylan Chuck’s base on ball, Ethan Chuck added to the score when Brock Keding also picked a walk and Ridding’s safehit to rightfield batted in Meinck and Dylan Chuck before the Demons managed to close out the inning. Federal started the fight back in the bottom of the fourth. Kane McMillan doubled to leftfield and Alex Pearson hit safely to the same side of the diamond. McMillan scored on a passed ball and Nathan Taylor’s safehit also to leftfield saw Pearson cross the plate. In the bottom of the sixth Federal added three more runs to keep them in touch. McMillan picked a base on ball and Clay Carpenter hit safely to centrefield. McMillan was batted in by Zeb Chant, Taylor walked and both he and Carpenter scored on Alex Reppin’s two-bagger to leftfield to only trail by two runs. The Magpies put themselves a little further in front in the top of the seventh. Ridding beat out a throw from the second baseman and Kilpatrick hit to shortstop created an error. Ridding crossed home plate when a pitch got away from the catcher and Meinck’s hit into an error saw Kilpatrick score. Central were up by four but Federal continued to put bat on ball in the bottom of the eighth. Carpenter hit into an error at second base as did Pearson. They were

both batted in by Reppin’s infield hit. Central held their nerve in the bottom of the ninth not allowing Federal to score despite having two runners on base with none out winning nine runs to seven. Federal turned the tables in game two of the double header which was a make up for an earlier fixture. The seven inning game was a much tighter affair than the earlier game. Central scored their only run for the game in the top of the third after Kyall McClean hit a two bagger to leftfield and scored on Meinck’s hit to third base which resulted in that players throw going awry. Federal hit the lead in the bottom of the sixth when consecutive two base hits to Reppin and Wade Chant put them in the box set to score. However, Reppin was thrown out at the plate on Sam Shepherd’s hit to shortstop still leaving two runners on base but with one out. Chant crossed the plate on Tom Rundle’s sacrifice fly to centre-field and Shepherd scored on McMillan’s single to rightfield. Demons pitcher Reppin stuck out the first two batters in the top of the seventh and after a base on ball and a single from Dylan Chuck, Keding flied out to rightfield to end the game.

hand. Sam Domaschnez (17), and Jacob Salmon (17no.) also made valuable contributions as South Gambier basically cruised to tis victory target. It was a genuine even performance from the South boys, with eight of their bowlers snaring wickets, before the solid batting performance. Mitchell Cornolo, Talon Johnson and Bailey Rothall were the wicket takers for West Gambier but they had no answer for the South batting line-up. Millicent cruised to victory in the Sims Shield (Under 12) grand final, only losing two wickets on their way to an eight wicket victory that came in the 20th over. Mil Lel Green won the toss and decided to bat but only Harry Hicks (17) and Tayte Virtanen (19ret.) could post useful scores. Opening bowlers Ashton Lindner, who finished with 2/1 from his four overs, and Charlie Bevan,

who took 2/7 from his three overs, led the way, while Teej Lawlor, Max Hunt and Cambell Hateley all chipped with a wicket apiece. In the end, Mil Lel Green was all out for 62 and it was just not enough runs for their bowling attack to defend. Archer Virtanen and Tayte Virtanen were the two wicket takers but an unbeaten 27 from Ashton Lindner ensured Millicent secured a comfortable win.

Junior cricket champions decided

It was a big weekend for South Gambier’s junior cricketers with the club taking out two of the three junior titles on offer for the 2019/20 season. South claimed the O’Donohue Shield and Hall Trophy, while Millicent successfully defended its 2018/19 Sims Shield title in emphatic style. South Gambier recovered from a shaky start in the O’Donohue Shield (Under 16) grand final to secure a 49 run victory. After slumping to 4/24 after being sent in by West Gambier, Noah Sims (28); Elwood Geary (41) and Jed Sims (25) led a middle order recovery to see South post a more than competitive 148. West suffered a similar top order implosion sitting at 4/19 early and while Kale Wrightson (30) and an unbeaten 16 from Mitchell Cornolo tried to right the ship, South’s bowling attack was too disciplined and bundled

the Roos, who were without State representative Hamish Case, who was playing for SA at the National Under 15 Cricket Championships, out for 99. Jack Domaschenz was best with the ball for South, taking 3/25, with Jed Sims snaring 2/16, while Mitchell Sims, Jared Kuhl, Nick Yates and Noah Sims all took a wicket each. Robert Case was the pick of the West attack, taking 3/11, while Jayden Prior chipped in with two wickets as well. Built on the back of Jayden Prior’s stunning 62, West Gambier looked in the box seat, batting first in the Hall Trophy (Under 14) grand final and posting 144. But South Gambier had other ideas and with opener Jared Kuhl making an unbeaten 50 and Jed Sims steering the ship home with an unbeaten 34, South chased down the total in the 25th over with seven wickets in

SECBL MATCH REPORTS The top placed Cats took on the fourth placed Bulldogs/Roos, with Cats strengthened by the return of Georgia and Emily Winter. It was however their sister Alana who took control of the game leading with 25 points. Ellen Brown led the way for Bulldogs/Roos with 16 points, while Claire Hunter had 14 and young gun Ellie Bouchier also had 14 points but Cats were able to use their size and experience to stay on top of the younger side and cruise to a 30 point win. Cougars and Panthers faced off in the other women’s game with Cougars starting the game with a 7–0 run and hen increased that lead steadily throughout the game. Panthers had good contributions with four players managing double figures, while iIt was a big night out for Cougar Mikaela Horrigan who had 32 points including six from the land of plenty. She was well supported by Keryl Ousey with 18 who consistently used her size to her advantage against smaller

Above (from left) - South Gambier’s premiership winning Under 16 team with the O’Donohue Shield; South Gambier’s premiership winning Under 14 team with the Hall Trophy & Millicent’s premiership team with their second successive Sims Shield.

opponents on both ends of the floor. Cougars finished with a 17 point win. There were two games played in the men’s competition, with Panthers taking on Cougars and the Bulldogs Red and Bulldogs Blue oing head to head.Panthers were simply of fire against the Cougars finishing with 108 points largely due to Pioneer Brad Rathjen, who had 37 points ,including 10 three pointers. Panthers finished with five players in double figures and had all the answers throughout the game. Tobi de Wit had a good scoring game for his side finishing with 28 points. In the Bulldogs clash it would be the second place Bulldogs Blue side that would come out on top be 12 points. Lachie Hunter and Simon Berkefeld for the Blue side had the perfect inside outside combo working that was proving difficult for the Red side to contain, Shaun Lock for the Red team had a nice night with 28 points but was not enough to get his side over the line who now find themselves in a battle to hold on to fourth place.


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Cycling opportunity for young athletes The Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy (LCRSA), in conjunction with Cycling SA and the South Australian Sports Institute Cycling program are offering 6-10 new places for boys and girls aged between 12-18, in the current Academy Cycling Program. The Cycling Program, which has been going for more than three months now, has such strong support from Cycling SA and the SASI Cycling program, that they would like to see more athletes get the chance to be a part of this exciting opportunity. Cycling is one of Australia’s most successful Olympic sports, and the pathway, for those who prove talented and hardworking enough, is now made more possible for regional athletes through this program. The opportunity is there for anyone who lives in the Limestone Coast Region between the ages of 12-18, the chance to take part in free SASI Talent ID Testing at the Mount Gambier Cycling Club, Blue Lake Sports Park, Mount Gambier, on Friday, February 28, from 4-7pm. All you will need to do is turn up with suitable exercise clothing, including sneakers, and take part in a 10-15 minute testing session on a stationary watt bike. If you are selected to be apart of the Academy program, and are willing to accept, you will be provided with a 12 month gym membership,

strength and conditioning program, high level sporting education sessions, weekly on bike training sessions, opportunities to travel as part of the team to ride and practice on the Adelaide Superdrome Velodrome, the training base for the Australian Cycling Team, and an academy uniform. A 12 month Australian Cycling Licence which will allow you to compete, when you feel ready, will also be provided. Academy program coordinator Tony Elletson said you do not need any cycling, track or road experience, to be apart of this testing. “We have current members of the team who had no previous experience before completing this very same test process,” he said. “In fact many of today’s Australian cycling team were identified through this testing, without ever being on a racing bike before. This is an amazing opportunity and we would like as many young people as possible to be given the chance to see if they have what it takes to maybe be an elite cyclist.”

South East Golf Veterans honour the late Geoff Bankes A small field of 25 fronted up at Port MacDonnell for the South East Golf Veterans event as it was also the day the group’s founding and life member Geoff Bankes was farewelled. He will be sadly missed after serving on the committee for many years. Vale Geoff. However the usual grand spread by the Bay ladies was much enjoyed, while the course proved difficult as the scoring reflects. First Division was won by Glen Tilley, of Millicent, on 34, from Brian Duldig, on 33, and Steve Von Duve, 31. Second Division went to the Lucindale magician, Adrian Thiele on 36, from another Lucindale-ite, David Hunter, on 32, and Arthur Niejalke, 32. The Ross Orchard trophy went to Russ Lingham and Doods Bowering. All players on 23 or better got a ball. The next outing is at Blue Lake on March 2, followed by the AGM on March 16 at Attamurra.

The Lower South East ladies were very unlucky not to have gone back to back in the Bowls SA Round Robin held in Adelaide earlier this month at Lockley’s Bowling Club. With six wins out of seven games it was not quite good enough as the Fleurieu & KI squad had the same win-loss record but scored 17 shots more. Region 1 Men also competed at the Marion Bowling Club during the same week and fifth, replicating its 2019 effort. The series is held annually between the eight regions across South Australia. Players (ladies) representing this region were: Di Murch, Belinda Pepper, Judy Lack (Bordertown); Jodi Kotz, Jenny Trengove (Keith); Heather Richards, Joy Bilney, Judith Grosvenor (Port MacDonnell); Sarah Ross (Millicent); Cathy Healy, Lindy Mark (Naracoorte RSL); Helen Vawser (Kingston); Jenny Bowering, Fiona Pearson, Fleur Roachock (Mt Gambier RSL) & Deb Jones (Tintinara). Manager: Janet Munn Individual Scores: Joy Bilney, Cathy Healy, Sarah Ross, Lindy Mark 7 wins 0 loss +48 shots (rink of the series) Di Murch, Belinda Pepper, Jenny Bowering, Fleur Roachock - 5 wins 2 loss +14 shots Jodi Kotz, Judith Grosvenor, Jenny Trengove, Deb Jones - 5 wins 2 loss -10 shots Heather Richards, Fiona Pearson, Helen Vawser, Judy Lack - 4 wins 3 loss +22 shots Players (men) representing our Region were: Greg Carpenter, Bill Bremner, Ian Von Stanke (Mount Gambier); Adam Wilson, Chris Richards

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(Port MacDonnell); Bryan Roper, Wayne Ross (Millicent); Geoff Hams, Gordon Brown, Michael Lowrie (Keith); Eric Pitt, David O’Shaughnessy, Ian Williams, Graham East (Naracoorte); Glen Wright (Mt Gambier RSL); Andrew Ogilvie, Gary Possingham, Jeff Pope (Kingston; Dean Burgoyne, (Robe) & Jon Buckley (Naracoorte RSL). Manager: Barry Oliver Individual Scores: Bryan Roper (skip) Wayne Ross, Ian Von Stanke, Gordon Brown - 5 wins 2 loss +32 shots Adam Wilson (skip) Glen Wright, Chris Richards, Michael Lowrie - 4 wins 3 loss -12 shots David O-Shaughnessy (skip) Dean Burgoyne, Andrew Ogilvie, Gary Possingham 3 wins 4 loss -19 shots Greg Carpenter (skip) Graham East, Ian Williams, Bill Bremner - 3 wins 4 loss -21 shots Eric Pitt (skip) Geoff Hams, Jeff Pope, Jon Buckley - 1 win 6 lost -50 shots

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Division 1 MVP & Top Try Scorer - Luke Johnston (Male). Absent: Division 1 MVP &Top Try Scorer Caitlin McMahon (Female)

Touch football crowns its team & indiviudal champions

Division 1 Premiers - Tiki Roos

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Division 1 Grand Final Best on Ground - Brock Egan (Male)

Division 1 Grand Final Best on Ground - Chloe Long (Female)

Division 3 Premiers - Philadelphia Falcons

Division 2 MVP - Adam Dunn (Male) OTHER ABSENT AWARD WINNERS: Division 3 MVP & Top Try Scorer Dyllan Brandenburg (Male) Division 3 MVP & Highest Try Scorer - Scout Elshaugh (Female) See match report on opposite page.

Division 2 Top Try Scorer - Matt Boylan Absent|: Division 2 MVP & Top Try Scorer Chelsea Frost (Female)

Division 2 Grand Final Best on Ground - Cathy Ashby (Female) Absent: Division 2 Best on Ground - Josh Telford (Male)

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LOCAL Touch football crowns its team & indiviudal champions SPORT College honoured for stand out 2019

The Your Podiatrist Mixed Touch Football 2020 competition has been run and won with premiers decided in all three division, as well as the handing out of individual honours. Penola jumped reigning premiers Tiki Roos in the Division 1 decider, slamming on five tries to one in the opening 10 minutes of the contest. Tiki Roos did rally late in the half to go into the half trailing 4-6. Tiki Roos’ experience shone through as they nullified Penola’s attack and found gaps of their own to outscore the Eagles 6-2 in the second half to secure a 10-8 victory and successfully defend their title. Jack Eland led the way for Tiki Roos with three tries, while Chloe Long also scored three for Penola, two of which were her team’s only scores, in the second half to secure herself Best On Ground honours. Brock Egan was prolific for the Eagles and was named Best On Ground Male. RESUTS Division 1 - Tiki Roos 10 d Penola Eagles 8; Division 2 - Grey Giants 6 d Vestas Vikings 5; Division 3 - Philadelphia Falcons 4 d Tenison Woods College Titans 2 ALL PHOTOS ON OPP. PAGE

Lake wins third consecutive Ian Gould Swimming Carnival Shield The 2020 Mount Gambier High School Swimming Carnival was held at the Mount Gambier Aquatic Centre earlier this month, with wet conditions not putting a dampener on participation and enthusiasm. Some tight results in the novelties saw the overall score extremely close in the early stages. The old inflatable obstacle course caused trouble for many students, with the sausage section leading to most finding the water. Throughout the day, students participated in four championship

events -freestyle, breaststroke, butterfly and backstroke - as well as a number of highly entertaining novelties, including Tug-o-War, the Cork Scramble and Boogie Board relays. The four Iron Person events were eagerly anticipated again this year. Overall, Lake (730.5) came out on top by 45.5 points, which was a much smaller margin that their 130 point victory last year. The tussle between the three remaining houses saw Tower finish second on 685.0 points, Mount claimed third with 607.5 points, whilst Gambier

ended the day in fourth on 542.0 points. “A massive congratulations must go to all house captains and vice captains who worked tirelessly throughout the day to ensure students made it to events on time and were achieving their best,” Mount Gambier High School special sports coordinator Kerran Wingard said. “The number of students who continually participated in events regardless of the weather was extremely pleasing.”

Tenison Woods College has been recognised for its stunning success in 2019 on the sporting field, with the claiming of its fifth consecutive Howard Mutton Perpetual Shield for its participation in sporting competitions throughout last year, recognising the college’s outstanding achievements and participation in secondary school sporting events in South Australia. Above - Tenison Woods College 2020 Sport Leaders, Emily Dawe and Hugh Armfield holding the Howard Mutton Perpetual Shield.

House Captains for Lake, Tom Holmes and Jolie Crowhurst proudly accept the ‘Ian Gould Shield’.

Age Group Winners Back from left: Brad Cowling, Mark Arthurson, Ethan Norman, Caitlin Carraill & Alysha Coon. Front from left: Fionn Graney, Leila Croker, Chelsea Frost & Dylan Baker

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Sixth straight title Tenison Woods College claimed its sixth consecutive SESSSA Interschool Swimming Carnival Shield earlier this month, also taking home the Under 14 and Under 16 age group shields. A 13 year 50m backstroke record was broken by Year 10 student Thomas Bignell and Year 11 student Hayley Pearson broke three individual records, as well as combining with Kiah Connolly, Ashleigh Spicer and Emma Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Callaghan to break the U/20 female 4x50m Medley Relay. The college is participating at the Catholic Schools Co-educational Swimming Carnival in Adelaide this week. RECORDS HAYLEY PEARSON - 50m Freestyle â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 29.60 (2019 Record previously held by Kiah Connolly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 29.93) - 50m Backstroke â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 39.83 (2019 Record previously held by Kiah Connolly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 40.21) - 50m Butterfly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 31.03 (2013 Record previously held by Emily Gazzard â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 32.05) - 4x50m Medley Relay â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.23.14 (2017 record â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.29.22 by Tenison Woods College) THOMAS BIGNELL - 50m Backstroke â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 34.13 (2007 record previously held by J Phillips (GHS) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 35.91)

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Above - Tenison Woods College students Thomas Bignell (left) and Hayley Pearson, Elijah Stratford and Madison Smith with the winning SESSSA Interschool Swimming Carnival Shield and U/14 and U/16 age group shields.

    

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The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund has provided two donations this month. The Mount Gambier and District Junior Cricket Association was provided a donation to assist promising young cricketer Hamish Case. Hamish was selected to play in the South Australian team competing at the Cricket Australia Under 15 National Championships held in Ballarat last week. Fourteen year old Hamish (above top) has made frequent trips to Adelaide with the donation assisting to offset some of the costs involved with travel and equipment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was lucky enough to receive money from the Junior Sports Assistance Fund to help me get to the carnival when I made the under 12 team and I know this has helped me to make the under 15 team,â&#x20AC;? Hamish said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am looking forward to being very competitive and playing to the best of my ability at the event.â&#x20AC;? The Lower South East Hockey Association received a donation to assist 16 year old Zara Blackwell to compete in the under 18 South Australian team at the Australian Hockey Championships to be held in Launceston in April. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am most looking forward to being able to play a high level and compete with my team to be the best I can be,â&#x20AC;? Zara (above bottom) said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This donation has helped me to work towards my goals by providing financial aid to assist with travel, equipment, uniform and tournament costs.â&#x20AC;? The fund is a joint initiative of the City of Mount Gambier, the District Council of Grant and local affiliated sporting organisations.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not too often you get to meet a Brownlow Medallist with his medal in tow let alone tick it off your to do list on your way to school. But you will be able to do exactly that on Wednesday, March 4, when Adam Cooney, the 2008 Brownlow winner, will be at Mount Gambier Central from 7.30-8.30am as part of SEN Mount Gambierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outside broadcast of Kane & Hayesyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Breakfast Show. Cooney was widely regarded as the finest footballer under 18 in Australia when taken by the Western Bulldogs as the number one choice in the 2003 national draft. The former West Adelaide onballer went on to stamp himself as one of the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s preeminent footballers, a status enhanced in 2008 by his inclusion in the AFL All Australian team and surprise victory in the Brownlow Medal. Cooney played 219 games with the Bulldogs before finishing his career with 31 games over two seasons with Essendon. Cooney has now made the move into the media.

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2018 NISSAN QASHQAI ST J11

2018 MITSUBISHI PAJERO GLX NX

2016 FORD MONDEO TITANIUM MD

88,780kms, auto, sat nav, cruise, 7 seats, 19” alloys, reverse camera, heated leather seats, sunroof. 1CS3RQ Internet ID: 30642

Auto, 3 litres diesel, sat nav, reverse camera, 7 seats, 17” alloys, cruise, sunroof, multi-zone climate control. S835ANU Internet ID: 30564

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