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Martin Simmons and Dan Neale took over the reins at Crichton Fireside Shop Mount Gambier at the end of last year, bringing a wealth of retail experience to the table as they turned their talents to the heating and air conditioning industry. Martin comes to Crichton Fireside Shop Mount Gambier with extensive managerial experience in some of the nation’s biggest retail giants, while Dan has built up his experience in the floor covering area, with both loving the opportunity to work with people, meeting their heating and cooling needs with unrivalled customer service. Crichton Fireside Shop Mount Gambier can offer every heating

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option imaginable from the simplest gas space heater or wood heater to complete ducted systems, ensuring they provide a clever heating solution perfect for your home, whether that be gas or electrical. They are also proud stockists of Weber products, including the premium range. Crichton Fireside Shop is a time honoured business, established in Warrnambool more than six decades ago, starting as a simple plumbing business and growing to be Warrnambool’s largest heating and cooling business before setting up its Mount Gambier operation in 2008, moving to its current Commercial Street East premises in 2015.

Crichton Fireside Shop can walk you through both heating and cooling solutions from choosing your appliances to maintenance and repair and they continue to evolve, adopting clever green energy solutions including solar energy and geothermal heating and cooling. To help you get ready for what looms as another cold winter in the region, Crichton Fireside Shops in both Warrnambool and Mount Gambier are running a three day sale from May 28-30, giving you access to such respected brands as Jetmaster, Visionline, Heat & Glo and QuadraFire. They are also stockists of Australian made Eureka and Nectre Wood heaters, as well as Rinnai.

Not only will these heating solutions keep you warm this winter, they also provide a stylish statement to any room with their modern and elegant designs. So for all your heating and cooling needs, head to 103 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier, this week or call Martin or Dan on (08)8725 3607. ON THE COVER: Martin Simmons & Dan Neale

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In 1974, the Kiki Dee Band had a hit with the pop tune I’ve Got The Music In Me. It is a line that aptly describes Jamie Boyington who has developed a career out of a childhood spent listening to Led Zeppelin and Queen and picking up a guitar as an eight year old. And it’s not just playing music that consumes Jamie, he is a long standing teacher, passing on his skill and passion to others, and also a genuine craftsmen, creating the very instruments that help create a musical sound – guitars. It was nothing to do with music, though, that saw Jamie and Erica Boyington move to the Limestone Coast – in fact, it was events of thousands of years ago that saw the Boyingtons move to Naracoorte in 2006. “I moved to begin work as a site interpreter at the Naracoorte Caves,” Erica said. “Shortly after meeting the amazing team of people at the Naracoorte Caves National Park, Jamie was asked to teach some of our new friends’ children to learn the guitar.” News that Jamie had travelled around Australia making a living playing solo gigs and busking and also that he had been a guitar and piano tutor soon had students lining up. “The Naracoorte community was so welcoming and supportive of having guitar tuition in Naracoorte that after starting with five students, in the space of a year we were offering private guitar lessons to 30 students,” Erica said. It proved the perfect way for Jamie to find his niche and for the couple to immerse themselves in the community they have called home ever since. “We have enjoyed working with many families and local businesses over the subsequent years and have really enjoyed working with the welcoming community here in the Limestone Coast, allowing us to evolve into the business that we are running today that services stringed instruments throughout our region and beyond, with customers from further afield including Adelaide and Melbourne,” Jamie said. It is a business success story that saw Stringybach Music garner $7500 in the latest round of grants from Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s Business Entrepreneurs/Innovation Fund. “As a young family running a business in this region, we would

“…we are very fortunate to be living in this area where we have the space to enjoy the rural living, coupled with the opportunity to access many great local arts events…” Erica Boyington

“…we have been enjoying exploring new music sounds and bands together for the last 20 plus years…” Erica Boyington like to thank the council for creating this funding opportunity to have a sustainable economic development plan, which supports local businesses to continue to offer niche services to our community,” Erica said. “We are very excited to have had this support from council for the continuation and expansion of our business.” The recent finding boost will help Jamie and Erica provide a climate

“…my passions of engineering & music collided in making fine handmade guitars…” Jamie Boyington controlled environment for storing different guitar building timbers effectively, as well as a designated humidity controlled room for storing completed guitar works and repairs. “This will assist in our ability to meet the needs of our customers, for quality repairs and services of their instruments, as well as a unique offering with handcrafted guitars from the Limestone Coast,” Jamie said. For Jamie, a love of music is genetic dating back to his childhood where his father, who was an avid music lover, played in a band. “I was taken to many high and low profile performances,” Jamie said. “I learned to play guitar from the age of eight and piano a few years later.” It was in his university years that Jamie’s passion for music morphed from just playing but also turning his hand to the maintenance, repair and Handcrafting of instruments, when he secured a part time job at Cargill’s Custom Guitars. “My passions of engineering and music collided in making fine handmade guitars and servicing the musicians’ instruments of the bustling Melbourne music scene,” Jamie said. Throughout the five years Jamie worked at Cargill’s, learning from an industry heavyweight, the legendary James Cargill, he developed and refined all aspects of guitar marking and repair. Erica also has a long standing affinity with music, where her love of music was instilled as she grew up in a large family. “I enjoyed how the power of music can boost your self esteem,” she said. “Our two separate journeys of music appreciation joined together and we have been enjoying exploring new music sounds and bands together for the last 20 plus years.”

Stringybach Music, and Frogmouth Guitars, the maintenance and handcrafting arm of the business, has also played a role in the local music scene. Frogmouth Guitars was born eight years ago after Jamie had been plying his trade as a luthier, the official name for a guitar maker, and the couple had time to acquire the necessary space and tools to begin handcrafting guitars. Frogmouth Guitars offer a completely customised guitar build tailored to both the customers playing and aesthetic preferences. “The undercurrent to the success of a small musical business partnership like ours in Naracoorte is the underpinning music scene in our region, and the recognition of the importance of music in our lives,” Erica said. “There is a passionate core of musicians and music fans living in the Limestone Coast, driving the local music scene. We are very fortunate to be living in this area where we have the space to enjoy the rural living, coupled with the opportunity to access many great local arts events. There are some really supportive venues, and some great local festivals that happen annually where professional and amateur musicians can perform or busk to gain exposure locally. There is an array of local artists both solo and groups, offering an amazing sweep of musical performance styles, and jamming opportunities for like minded people.” Jamie has performed locally, both as a solo artist and as part of the Naracoorte based band Unruly Mob, which offers classic pub covers, with plenty of chances to have people up on the dance floor for their night out.


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Foreshore makeover secures funding

In a historic funding windfall the Glenelg Shire Council has received a multimillion dollar boost for three priority projects. Council has secured a $4.2 million funding package for the Portland Foreshore Master Plan and the Local Port of Portland Bay’s Marine master plan as part of the Victorian Government’s Building Works program.

The Portland Foreshore Master Plan will receive $3 million for the replacement of the town jetty and installation of connecting pathways. An additional $1.2 million will be designated for the Portland Bay Marina extension and pontoon upgrades at the Trawler Wharf at the Local Port of Portland Bay. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said it was a historic moment

following years of advocacy. “This is a huge milestone with not one, but three, of our highest priority projects securing much needed funding,” she said. “These projects will provide significant economic and social contributions for the Shire, as well as ensuring our world famous natural attractions reach their full recreation and tourism potential. “The Portland Foreshore, one of the shire’s most unique and popular assets, will undergo $3 million worth of improvements as part of the Portland Foreshore Master Plan. “To the delight of community members this will see the Old Town Jetty replaced –a previously hugely popular spot to promenade and fish. The funding will also see the addition of a new pedestrian pathway, linking the many attractions along the foreshore area. “The Portland Bay Marina extension will see the addition of 34 new berths, which will ensure our world class commercial and recreational fishing industry can continue to thrive and allow thousands of anglers from across Australia to access our facilities. “The Trawler Wharf will also receive a significant funding boost to upgrade its capacity for commercial vessels. This will ensure any new and existing commercial fishing operators can continue to grow their businesses here in Portland, providing a significant economic boost. “I thank the Victorian Government for their support in funding these important projects and I look forward to seeing works commencing.”

Pledging allegiance online

It was a citizenship ceremony with a differenec earlier this month when the City of Mount Gambier took its City of Mount Gambier Australian Citizenship Ceremony online. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM presided over the ceremony, held via video conferencing tool Zoom. “As always it was a very joyous occasion, albeit taking a slightly different format, but all participants were really pleased to still be able to receive their citizenship given the current circumstances,” Mayor Martin said. Hailing from the United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Thailand and Austria, the candidates were able to complete the final step to receiving citizenship by taking the citizenship pledge,

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Jon Thurlow and Mike Rawlinson have been recognised and acknowledged by the Naracoorte Lucindale Council as extraordinary local volunteers during National Volunteer Week. Jon was nominated by the Naracoorte United Soccer Club and Mike by the Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery. They were both presented with a framed Certificate of Appreciation from Mayor Erika Vickery OAM and Volunteering Australia CEO Adrienne Picone as well as a small gift. Jon has many roles in the Naracoorte United Soccer Club including the current President (a position he has held since 2017), joint Treasurer, grant coordinator, Naracoorte & District Sports Centre representative and bar manager. He also coaches an Under 12s team and runs the weekly Mini Roos program – a program he introduced at the club – for children aged 4-9 to help attract new junior players. And that’s not all – Jon also played a major role in last year’s Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival held in Naracoorte and he drives the club mini bus providing transport for

junior players to away games who wouldn’t otherwise be able to play. He helps with player registrations each year, particularly helping players who have limited English, and helps junior players with fundraising so they can participate in State and national competitions. In the past, he has even helped some of these players get to Mount Gambier and Adelaide for trainings and carnivals. Mike has been a volunteer sitter at the Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery for several years. Gallery secretary Lesley Barker said Mike was “extremely reliable, never missing a rostered day”. She also said he was “always very helpful, using his interest and knowledge of art to help our visitors”. While the gallery hasn’t been open

demonstrating full commitment to Australia and its people and accepting the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship. “With so many things being placed on hold during this time it was pleasing to see that the City of Mount Gambier still found a way to welcome new citizens into the community,” conferee Odette Lubbe said. Post-pandemic, Mayor Martin will invite all new citizens to have their photo taken to mark the occasion which would normally form part of the traditional ceremony. The next City of Mount Gambier Citizenship Ceremony is scheduled for August 6.

in recent times due to COVID-19, Mike had volunteered to help with “some of the jobs we have not found the time to do”. “Once a week, he has come in and painted the plinths, cleaned the glass on some of the collection and has promised to come back and help with the many more jobs on our wish list,” Lesley said. “He helps at the Gallery in very many and varied ways and we are all very grateful to him for this time. Mike truly is an extraordinary volunteer.” National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers and this year the theme was“Changing Communities. Changing Lives”. Mayor Vickery said this year, more than ever, it was important to thank the many volunteers in our community. “I am so proud to acknowledge once again that this community is a giving community. Volunteers make a difference to people’s lives and a difference in the community,” she said. “Your generous support and commitment really makes a true difference to our community. Thank you to each and every one of you who so freely volunteer in so many ways.”


Windfall for RSL The Mount Gambier RSL will benefit from $30,000 in Federal Government grant funding that will assist the club to upgrade the RSL Diggers Room. Member for Barker Tony Pasin as thrilled to announce the Mount Gambier RSL had secured the funding. “I congratulate the Mount Gambier RSL for modernising the Diggers Rest at their facility,” Mr Pasin said. “The Mount Gambier RSL is an important part of the local community in particular because of its commitment to recognising and supporting those who have served and sacrificed for our nation.” Member for Baker Tony Pasin said this grant will directly benefit veterans, their families and the broader community. Ex-service and community organisations, veteran groups and private organisations that contribute to the health and welfare of the

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There’s no place like (YOUR) home For a couple of months now, most of us have not spent too much time outside our homes and Bordertown’s Walkway Gallery is set to tap into that with its upcoming exhibition that will have a virtual opening on June 8. The show is called There’s No Place Like Home, borrowing from the sentiments of Dorothy in the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz. Just as Dorothy returns to the safety and familiarity of her home in Kansas by clicking the heels of her ruby slippers by chanting those famous words, we have all become even more familiar with our families and our family home. The idea of the exhibition, which will be able to viewed at the gallery from June 9 to July 12, is for members of the community to share a piece from their own home, be it a family treasure, a collection, a bay’s first shoe, a rug, a favourite chair, a book, a family portrait, artwork or even an

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Doing it for the kids Wattle Range Council recently launched a brand new Facebook page to assist in engaging with young people (aged 13-25) across the district given the 2020 SA Youth Week program was cancelled. Council opted to still provide a youth focus by setting up the Wattle Range Youth Engage page, starting with a live event from illustrator Aleesha Barton, as well as material from Headspace Mount Gambier. Council’s community development officer Sarah Marzec has flagged future posts will include yoga and mindfulness videos by Hayley Agnew (pictured), a beginners workshop by local photographer Steve Chapple, hip hop dance session by MJ Dance Studios and cooking demonstrations by local chefs.

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“...I have been kept busy with baking ever since...” Not that a six month old baby didn’t give her plenty to do but nap time for Imogen suddenly became baking time for Alyce. “I definitely couldn’t really do it when she was awake, especially as she got older and was getting around on her own.” Collective Cookie almost started accidentally but as news of her artistic and delicious creations spread, Alyce was fielding requests for more cookies.

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I’m pretty annoyed about milk at the moment. You heard me. Milk always presents itself as wholesome and good for the whole family. It’s even considered by most to be healthy. But milk has a dark side. I have milk on my cereal in the morning. I have a little bit of milk in my cup of tea, or in a hot chocolate if I’m treating myself. I also enjoy chocolate milk. I’ve become quite partial recently to some fancy milks that Oak have been bringing out, in conjunction with some of my other favourites. I tried Redskin milk (yummy!) Jaffa milk (delicious!) Allens Pineapples milk (puzzling but still worth it). Finally I gave Peppermint Crisp milk a go (tasty!) The good folks at Oak might want to send some milk Lifestyle1’s way for that product placement. But here’s where I have a problem with milk. I started opening up my Peppermint Crisp milk and noticed an issue. I’d opened up the wrong side. It was clear to me now. It said on this side of the carton, “Open other side”. I was meant to open the other side! As anyone who has ever tried to open the wrong side knows, the wrong side of the milk is genuinely not meant to be opened. You can fight it if you’d like, but do so at your own peril. You won’t win this battle. If you struggle with it enough, you’ll get it open but it won’t have a nice spout. It’ll be somewhat crumpled and might not have the smooth spout necessary to get the milk into your gob without spillage. Opening the wrong side of the milk carton comes with disastrous consequences. When I make this mistake I feel bad. I feel disappointed in myself. How could I make such a basic error? Opening the correct side of the milk is a milk fundamental. It has a significant effect on my feeling of self worth. Having made this mistake this evening however, I took some time to ponder these feelings. Should I be beating myself up? Is there something wrong with me? Should I give up on milk?

It was at this point that I came to a powerful realisation. I’d like to share it with you as it may possibly make a difference for you too. It’s actually not our fault when we open the wrong side of the milk. It’s actually the milk manufacturers’ fault. Why don’t they just make both sides of the carton able to be opened? Why make the carton accessible from only one side? They’re both the same shape, made from the same material and capable of the same things. Put the little fold marks on both sides of the carton, then people won’t have to think so carefully about how to open the milk. “Maybe the milk manufacturers aren’t aware there is a problem,” you may suggest. “Afterall, they work in the milk industry. They’re milk experts. They probably have a special connection with milk and can sense which side to open without even looking.” Here’s how I know they know there’s a problem with the milk cartons, and know that people get it wrong sometimes. They’ve got a special reminder printed on the carton saying, “Open other side”. They’re aware that we mere milk mortals experience. They know there’s a problem and don’t care enough to do anything about it. Here’s an idea. Save money on that printed warning, and invest it instead on developing a milk carton that can be opened on either side. Imagine the freedom if you could simply open the carton without having to make complex assessments about which side was the one to open. Surely drinking milk shouldn’t involve having to read instructions. That simply isn’t reasonable. On only a vaguely related note, I always thought we could have sorted the whole IRA/violence in Ireland thing years earlier if someone had airdropped cartons of milk into Ireland printed on both sides with “Open other side”. You don’t hear many Irish jokes anymore, do you? Having said all of that, I would like to reiterate that the risk associated with opening the wrong side of the milk carton is still outweighed by the quality of the fancy Oak milk flavours. If you’re connected with Oak and want to show your appreciation for my product placement, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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property Peace & Private 1A Renfrey Place, Mount Gambier Beautifully positioned on a quiet leafy street resides 1a Renfrey Place in Mount Gambier, privately tucked away behind established gardens and lovely picket fence. With three well sized bedrooms, the master offers large built in robes and timber floors whilst the remaining two bedrooms are carpeted with built in robes/storage. The updated kitchen includes electric cooking with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. A neat and tidy bathroom has a separate shower and bathtub, with the convenience of separate toilet at rear. Outside offers a large, enclosed carport with roller door access adjoining double garage with power, plus undercover patio overlooking easy maintenance and secure rear yard. Situated in a popular, well established and affordable "lakes" location, this could be a great first home, a solid investment or the perfect downsizer. Contact Alistair to arrange your inspection today! OPEN INSPECTION SATURDAY 10:45AM - 11:15AM

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AGENT: Elders Real Estate Alistair Coonan | M: 0422 156 363 alistair.coonan@elders.com.au www.eldersrealestate.com.au RLA: 62833 PRICE: $255,000

Merlot & Verdelho 14 Arthur Street, Mount Gambier Malseeds are pleased to present this property for sale which is 14 Arthur Street, located in the heart of Penola. A once in a lifetime opportunity to secure this unique property which is a twin residence featuring two modern and luxurious 3 bedroom townhouses on one title Currently being operated as accommodation but is being offered as freehold only WIWO. Both townhouses feature fully self contained kitchens and modern spacious entertaining open plan living. The master bedrooms are situated on the mezzanine level, boasting king size beds and serviced by private en suites with double rainfall shower heads and large walk in robes. There is an additional two bedrooms on the ground level, one with queen size bed and the other with a king size bed, both serviced by sparkling main bathrooms with a freestanding spa bath, double basins and double shower heads. Step outside and bask in the sun in the entertaining areas enjoying a glass of one of the many local red wines. There are so many options with this property, do not let this unique opportunity pass you by. Call today to arrange a private inspection.

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AGENT: Malseeds Real Estate Jason Malseed | M: 0419 032 795 jason@malseeds.com.au www.malseeds.com.au RLA: 115603 PRICE: $760,000 - $790,000


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property Affordable brick home 8 Bruning Place, Mount Gambier With interest rates at an all time low, maybe now is the time to buy your first home or investment. Why throw your money away renting when you could buy this brick home in a quiet street, with a nice size yard with rear yard access. Room for more shedding or room for kids and pets. Looking for a first home or investment property. Well this could be perfect. Brick home on a level allotment with rear yard access. Kitchen meals, with modern appliances and walk in pantry. Formal lounge with split system air-conditioning and access to large covered patio pergola area. Timber flooring and good carpets throughout. 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes. Double length carport with under cover access to the house. Rental opinion $260.00 per week. The vendor has owned the property for many years, I have been instructed to submit offers. Opportunity knocks. Property vacate so inspection can be arranged for anytime!

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AGENT: Peter Dempsey Real Estate Peter Dempsey | M: 0418 854 393 peterdempsey@atrealty.com.au www.atrealty.com.au RLA: 269823 PRICE: $207,000 (Open to offers)


Arts & culture in focus

One pot Mexican chicken 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 brown onion, thinly sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed 1/2 teaspoon Mexican chilli powder 350g dried rigatoni pasta 2 cups Chicken Stock 453g jar black bean & chipotle salsa

2 cups sliced barbecue chicken 1 long green chilli 250g cherry tomatoes, quartered 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh coriander leaves, plus extra leaves to serve 1 tablespoon lime juice Sour cream, to serve Lime wedges, to serve

Method Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until onion softens. Add garlic and chilli powder. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until fragrant. Add pasta. Stir to coat. Add stock and salsa. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to mediumlow. Simmer, covered, stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes, adding chicken to pan for last 5 minutes of cooking time, or until pasta is tender and liquid has reduced and thickened. Meanwhile, finely chop chilli. Combine chilli, tomato, coriander, lime juice and remaining oil in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Top pasta with sour cream, tomato salsa, and extra coriander leaves. Serve with lime wedges.

Do you have strong views about arts and culture in the Naracoorte Lucindale community? If so, this is your chance to have your say. The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is proud to launch the 2020 Arts and Culture Poll. This exciting initiative is the opportunity for the entire community to tell us about your taste and abilities in the arts - from visual arts and music, to dance and events. The information from the poll will inform future planning with a view to staging exciting and vibrant art outcomes. The quick and anonymous poll can be found online at Council’s YourSay website or completed over the phone by calling council on Wednesday or Thursday. It only takes five minutes to complete and is open to everyone. Council is encouraging everyone to use their social networks to promote the poll. The poll will be used by Ccouncil’s arts & cultural facilitator Peter Kartu to support the achievement of an ambitious and exciting list of arts and cultural outcomes as part of council’s three year Creative Communities Partnership with Country Arts SA. The partnership is focused on increasing utilisation of the

Naracoorte Town Hall, supporting South Australia’s oldest regional gallery, the Naracoorte Art Gallery, ensuring First Nations people have a voice, using art and culture to share the stories of the Naracoorte Caves and to uncover new stories, contribute to the delivery of Country Arts SA

programs and identifying other arts initiatives. To participate in the Arts and Culture Poll, go to the Your Say page on the Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s website at www.yoursay. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/ artsandculture or phone (087)8760 1100.


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

THESE PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Openn Negotiation is an online auction that allows flexible terms for qualified buyers, including finance, subject to seller approval. 5/4 Reginald Street, Mount Gambier

31 Crafter Road, Compton

ONLINE AUCTION Wednesday 17th June 6:30pm (unless sold prior)

ONLINE AUCTION Wednesday 24th June 6:30pm (unless sold prior)

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION

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Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Contact Kim immediately to become qualified.

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Land approx. 5000m

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Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Contact Marika immediately to become qualified.

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 0500 www.herbertcommercial.com.au

20 Percy Street, Mount Gambier

Portion 4 Scott Court, Mount Gambier

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

$24,500 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS | Approx. 125m2

$19,200 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS | Approx. 110m2

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Carpeted office space with built-in reception counter and cupboards Comprises 4 x offices, large board/training room, data room and kitchenette Featuring air-conditioning and fresh paint throughout 3 x allocated onsite carparks Located nearby MGA Insurance and the Oatmill Complex, a short walk to Commercial Street East Zoned: City Centre

Lauren Smith & Matt Kain

Modern first floor office space of approx. 110m2 Full kitchen with electric appliances, ample bench and cupboard space Open plan work area plus storage and board room Board room with large sliding privacy door, projector and screen Air-conditioning and heating for year round comfort Located above the Studform office and nearby Caltex Mount Gambier North and Colourkote Zoned: Commerce/industry

Lauren Smith & Matt Kain RLA 226179


Property Sales & Home Staging

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

RLA 282 450

1 Werona Street, Mount Gambier

20.74 ACRES

Lot 31 O'Leary Road, Suttontown

PLEASE NOTE: Virtual furniture has been used in these photos for marketing purposes only

NEW > A WONDERFUL HOME FOR THE GROWING FAMILY!

NEW > ATTENTION BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS

Neat and tidy four bedroom stone home on a conveniently positioned allotment, the home provides so much potential for families and investors alike. Inside offers two separate cosy living areas plus two separate kitchens which will enable two occupants to reside at the one property. In the eastern wing the bedrooms are serviced by a modernised central bathroom, with the laundry located at the rear of the home. With split system air conditioning in this wing, you will be comfortable no matter what the season. A recently fenced side yard will provide privacy and space for the children and pets to play safely. The western wing of the home is virtually a one bedroom unit with its own kitchenette and hot water service and is warmed by gas heating. With near new floor coverings, window treatments and fresh paint throughout, you could value add as you go with some modern furnishings.

- Outstanding opportunity to secure a large allotment on the Northern side on the City - 20.74 Acres (8.394 ha) of Prime Land for future development - High profile location ready for a new housing estate (S.T.C.A.) - Development opportunity Zoned Residential in the City of Mount Gambier - Investors plan now for the future development of this area in the largest City outside of Adelaide - Unlock a new era in Residential Living in an area which represents excellent value - Developers put together your syndicate and make your development dreams a reality

$209,500 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 2/110 JUBILEE HWY WEST, MT GAMBIER

$219,000 W.I.W.O NEW PRICE

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1 SAXON CRT, MT GAMBIER

$799,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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4 IRVEN ST, PT MACDONNELL

$449,000

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- With formal lounge & dining areas, open plan living area with modern kitchen and a large rumpus room which spills out to the alfresco barbeque area - Huge master bedroom suite contains WIR & ensuite with spa bath - Extra bonuses include 6kW solar system and r/c ducted a/c - Double car garage UMR plus a 6m x 8m high clearance carport with concrete floor, perfect for the caravan and/or boat Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 4 2 4

9 BELL ST, PORT MACDONNELL

2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $289,000-$309,000 HUGE PRICE REDUCTION

Open

SATURDAY 11.15-11.45

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00

- Immaculately presented brick and tile unit in a central location - 2 spacious bedrooms, both with BIR, plus a comprehensive list of furniture - Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with gas/electric cooking - Outside features include low maintenance gardens with private rear courtyard (excellent for children) - A single garage UMR offers remote & internal access Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 1 1

$235,000-$245,000

Open

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SATURDAY 9.00-9.30

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

- Picturesque outlook over the park and located just a short walk to Grant High School & the Swallow Drive Shopping Centre - Lovely kitchen with electric cooking, lounge with s/c wood heating and a beautiful sunny family room with additional wood fire & r/c s/s air conditioner - Loads of bonus features outside include a freshly painted exterior, pergola, large lined man cave/games room, SGL garage & DBL carport

- Quaint 3 bedroom home with loads of country charm set on a 845m2 allotment - Inside offers separate lounge with new r/c split air con, lovely open plan kitchen/meals/living area with electric cooking and master bedroom with WIR & ensuite - Outside the property offers the best in low maintenance living, with a large storage shed, separate man cave & a securely fenced yard

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$269,000

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NEW 28 WOODLANDS DR, MT GAMBIER

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NEW 222 WYNHAM RD, MOORAK 2.5 ACRES

Open

SATURDAY 1.00-1.30

SATURDAY 1.45-2.15

- Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Open plan kitchen/dining, huge tiled lounge area plus a huge rear under cover entertaining area - Colourbond shed 18m x 9m x 2.9m clearance has drive through access, workshop & loft - Rain & mains water supply and extra off street parking

- This neat & tidy stone home could be what you are waiting for! - Offering a 6m x 12m shed, perfect for the boat with lined workshop, shower & toilet - Inside the home offers three bedrooms, all with BIR’s, a cosy lounge with r/c split system air con, renovated kitchen/meals with electric cooking & dishwasher and revamped bathroom - All this just a hop, skip and a jump to the boat ramp & skate park!

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

1 SPARROW AVE, MT GAMBIER

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$444,000

- Stunning split-level home, architecturally designed with an emphasis on space, energy efficiency and natural light - 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas & a study/5th bedroom - Kitchen with a large island bench and plenty of space & storage - Polished timber floors, high raked ceilings, porcelain tiles, three phase power, rainwater and gas under floor heating - Two garage spaces with internal access and drive through access Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 2 3

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312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER

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$839,000 NEW PRICE

- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area - Prospective purchasers have the opportunity to purchase ‘Gambier Coachlines’ which is currently located in the premises Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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HUGE SAVINGS – THE DEVELOPER WILL PAY STAMP DUTY! The best in modern living from Versace Home Builders Master with WIR & ensuite, remaining bedrooms with BIR’s Offering kitchen with double sink & large island bench and open plan living plus a separate 2nd living area - Ducted r/c air con throughout, alfresco dining, DBL garage UMR with remote & internal access and rear yard access Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 2 2

39 PASCOE RD, PT MACDONNELL

$699,000

- 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

– HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY FRIDAY 12TH JUNE 2020 AT 12 NOON (If not sold prior) – 4 bedrooms, main with his & hers WIR’s & ensuite – Open plan living area incorporating kitchen, dining and family space and a huge formal lounge – 12x13m high clearance Colorbond shed, 6x9m lock up garage plus an additional 6x9m open bay implement shed 4 2 8+ Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

27 DERWENT CRT, MT GAMBIER

$289,000

- Solid brick and tile home on an elevated allotment - Inside offers large lounge/dining area with r/c s/s air con, s/c wood fire & gas ducted heating, timber kitchen/meals area with loads of storage, dishwasher & electric cooking - 4 bedrooms all with BIRs & the master with an ensuite - Huge family room offering the ultimate games area or kids playroom - In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

93 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $750,000-$775,000

- 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 - Polished floor boards, feature fire places and high ceilings mixed with modern conveniences including r/c ducted air conditioning Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 3 2 3

8B WALLACE ST, MT GAMBIER

UNIT 1/14 JANE ST, MT GAMBIER

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- A fantastic opportunity to purchase a 1087m2 allotment in the sought-after lakes area - Private rear allotment, the perfect site for your dream home or invest and build a couple of townhouses (STCA) - The ideal location to walk to the CBD, rail lands and the new proposed recreation centre! - Sale is subject to plan of division approval Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LAND

9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG

$789,000

- Magnificent Federation Style home offering formal lounge and dining, designer kitchen 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, 1 with WIR plus master ensuite, and 2 with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank, town water and equipped bore Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4 2 8

33-35 HAY TCE, KONGORONG

$259,000

$156,000

Conveniently located unit is situated very close to the main street Offering a great 1st home buyer or investor property Features include 2 bedrooms including the main with BIR’s Split reverse cycle a/c for year round comfort Currently tenanted at $220 per week until November 2020 Do not miss out on this fantastic investment opportunity

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$170,000-$190,000

Jess Starling SALES M: 0419 360 001

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Private 379m2 allotment within walking distance to CBD Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location All services available ready for building your dream home Plans available for 3bed/2bath/2car courtyard homes Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE

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$360,000-$380,000

- Solid brick home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating and built in bar along with a separate games room/fourth bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - 18x5m outdoor alfresco area evoking a country rustic vibe - A double carport, a 18mx6m shed with power and lights and a low maintenance allotment Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 5

187 MOUNT PERCY RD, COMPTON 5 ACRES

$499,000-$519,000

- Beautifully presented family home, situated on a double allotment - Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s, 2 living areas, low maintenance flooring, a centrally located kitchen/meals area offering gas/electric cooking, dishwasher & plenty of cupboards - Outside features a beautiful pergola area with sweeping views of the countryside, single car carport, fenced rear yard with low maintenance landscaped grounds & large 15x6m Colorbond shed

- Located on the city fringe is this beautifully renovated cottage - The ultimate entertainer including HUGE living room with r/c air con and raked ceilings - MASSIVE outdoor alfresco area with kitchen/bar and patio blinds - Quality kitchen with granite benchtops, dishwasher, butlers pantry, b/bar and s/c wood heating - Sale is subject to final approvals for boundary adjustment

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

8 DRY CREEK RD, DONOVANS

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LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE 2.5 ACRES

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$110,000

- Get your building plans ready and start planning your weekends away in Donovans - This fabulous block of approximately 389m2 will provide you with views of the Glenelg River - Power and STEDS run past the block - A reluctant sale, get in quick to secure your own piece of paradise!

- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees - Power Passing

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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18 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

$545,000

- Large 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College - Built to the highest of standards offering multiple living areas - 3 bedrooms UMR plus a large 1 bedroom self-contained unit - Private and beautifully established gardens with veg. garden & fruit trees - Inspect this impressive family home today! Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Gail 0409 268 199 4 3 3

LOT 60 NICHOLAS ST, MT GAMBIER 4.58 ACRES

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

8A WALLACE ST, MT GAMBIER

$349,000-$369,000

- Lovely solid character home in the highly sought after Lakes area - Beautifully renovated and featuring charming leadlight, high ceilings, r/c ducted air con & polished timber floors - Outside offers a detached double garage with additional pergola or carport off the garage, plus outside toilet and flat backyard with rear yard access - Proposed sub-division see this property set on 945m2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 2

$300,000 + GST

35 ELDRIDGE DR, WORROLONG $720,000 HUGE PRICE REDUCTION

- Attention builders, developers and investors - enquire today on this incredible opportunity! - This piece of vacant land, being approx. 18,550 m2 (1.855 ha) is ready for residential development (S.T.C.A.) - A proposed subdivision of 25 allotments is available upon request - Multiple opportunities with this prime slice of land, located between established residential home & parks

- 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

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

5 ORCHARD RD, MOORAK 2.5 ACRES

LAND

$439,000

- Charming country lifestyle property 5 minutes’ drive from the CBD - Located on 2.5 acres in the sought after Moorak district - Country kitchen with WI pantry, formal lounge and family room - Huge outdoor entertaining area with sweeping southerly views - Large detached games room with extra toilet and double carport overlooking picturesque gardens 3 1 3 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL 3 ACRES

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

305 WOODLANDS RD, YAHL 7.5 ACRES

LAND

$659,500

- Huge solid brick family home situated on a 7.5 acre allotment in the popular Yahl district - Three living areas with s/c wood heating - Country style timber kitchen complete with electric cooking & dishwasher - Excellent shedding including double carport UMR, 11m x 7m shed with 2.4m clearance along with large workshop space and loft Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$149,000

- 5000m2 allotments ready for you to build your dream home - Fully fenced with gateways offering three phase power and town water supply - Picturesque country setting just a short drive from town - The perfect lifestyle opportunity - Expressions of Interest also invited for Stage 2 Allotments

$849,000

- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen and separate rumpus room - Stunning paved alfresco area complete with lighting & roller blinds 5 3 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$599,000

- Situated on 3 glorious acres within minutes from Mount Gambier - Offering huge Blackwood kitchen, formal dining, roomy lounge plus family room - Master suite offers luxurious ensuite with his/her basins, underfloor heating, and walk in wardrobe - An entertainers dream home with an unrivalled alfresco area of massive dimensions Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4 2 5

LOT 2 & 3 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON

18 TURNBULL DR, WORROLONG

144 SUTTONTOWN RD, SUTTONTOWN

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Build your dream home here 2428m2 allotment in the Suttontown area Close to Suttontown Primary School & Mount Gambier Hospital Services passing

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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2 Hawk Place

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112 Jubilee Highway West

$255,000

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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The perfect family home- spacious bedrooms and two living areas. Huge block over 1110m2 (approx.) and great shedding. Stone garage OPEN approximately 14m x 7.5m SAT with power. Expect to be 9.00 - 9.30 impressed!

5 Park Street

3 Jenkins Street

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$239,500

This lovely home is situated in a great central location close to all the popular Cafés, Restaurants and Shops the City has to OPEN offer, or start your day SAT with a walk along the 10.00 - 10.30 Rail trail.

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20 Patricia Court

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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, 10.30 - 11.00 shops and schools.

4 Kywong Court

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$369,000

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Fantastic investment in every way. City centre living – 2 homes on 1 title. Perfect for large family or investment opportunity. Appealing homes with unlimited options! Cottage consists of two bedrooms, cosy lounge room, updated country kitchen. fresh bathroom and private yard. OPEN Brick unit consists of three bedrooms, spacious open plan kitchen/ SAT meals/living area and private yard. 9.45 - 10.15

124 North Terrace

$319,500

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5A/5B Hart Street

16 Magnolia Court

Central Blue Ribbon location that is sure to please. Well cared for inside & out with excellent wide access to rear shedding with room OPEN for caravan/boat. Simply SAT move in enjoy and walk 10.15 - 10.45 everywhere.

22 Allison Street

151 Wireless Road West

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$669,500

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This gracious residence of elegant proportions stands proudly in its magnificent surrounds. Immaculately presented inside and out, it’s striking street appeal & elegant interiors combine OPEN the classic appeal of yesterday with SAT the contemporary style of today. 11.00 - 11.30

77 Tollner Road

2/46 Derrington Street

NEW PRICE

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$559,000

This property presents an extraordinary opportunity to renovate or undertake a re-development (STCC). Approx OPEN 7,745m2 of prime real SAT estate located in the 11.00 - 11.30 Hospital precinct.

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$429,000-$449,000

Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new OPEN home stands out in a SAT crowd. Inspection will not 11.15 - 11.45 disappoint.

Springview Estate STAGE 2

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Exciting new subdivision located just minutes from the city centre Allotment sizes ranging from 1,195m2 to 2,263m2 Services include power, water & sewer Construction underway connecting the Estate to the popular rail lands walking trail Side & rear colorbond fencing included Limited allotment released – Be quick Prices starting at $120,000

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46 Commercial Street West

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Avail now $240 per week

157 Bay Road

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6 Ellis Street

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Avail now $260 per week

216A Commercial Street West

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6 Kalimna Crescent

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1 Betula Road

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3/37 Bertha Street

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18 Kookaburra Court

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13 Skyline Place

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$157,000

A fantastic rural living allotment only minutes to popular schools, sports complex & city centre. Fast developing western side of the city, this 5,000m2 (approx) allotment is a prime spot for your dream home.

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

$192,500

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

Gebhardts Property Management

a| 5001m2 approx (Zoned Rural Living)

Ultra appealing home, tastefully updated and styled. Offering spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining and great shedding. You won’t lift a finger here, all the hard work is done.

1/5 Banksia Street

COLLINS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER’S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION

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

157 Bay Road

$139,500

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

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$164,500

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

5/48 Crouch Street

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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.

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

6 Kalimna Crescent

3 1 2 $250 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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1 Betula Road

Avail Now 3 1 1 $260 pw •Three bedroom home •Lounge with R/C air conditioner •Kitchen/dining area with gas cooking •Carport UMR •Detached shed for storage or work shed •Patio area •No Pets

Avail Now 3 1 2 $260 pw •3 bedrooms with BIR & desk in bed 2 •Roller shutters •Kitchen/dine area with electric cooking •Bathroom with separate shower & bath •Lounge with gas log fire •Enclosed back porch area •Single garage with carport •Enclosed backyard with garden shed •Pets negotiable


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

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

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282 Worrolong Road

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$155,000

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A unique opportunity awaits. Hard to find land of 1 acre (4,047m2) close to city fringe. Offering settlers cottage, power, bore & sewer. Excavated pad perfect for large shed. Renovate for your home or business S.T.C.C

400 Wireless Road West, Suttontown

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$575,000

Be prepared to fall in love with this superb home positioned on 5 acres (approx) only five minutes from the City centre. Immaculate inside and out – a true haven for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle. You will fall in love from the minute you turn into the driveway!

27 Derwent Court

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77 Wireless Road West

$289,000

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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!

Flats 1-10 / 12 Shepherd Street

9x2

$990,000

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Great for the super fund / investment portfolio. These 10 brick and tiled flats show a great return and have an excellent rental history. Quiet location and walking distance to main precinct.

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93-101 Commercial Street West

E.O.I (unless sold beforehand)

4 Shops | 3 Titles

For sale by expression of interest to be offered as a whole. Closing Friday 17th July at 4pm at the office of the agent. Super rare opportunity for the Investor/Owner occupier. Prominent main street location – rear access/parking. Contact agent for further details!

29 Compton Street, Pt MacDonnell

7 Underwood Avenue

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$180,000

Become the landlord when you invest in this great property located close to schools and shops. Invest and reap the rewards.

RENTALS 216A Commercial Street West

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$229,000

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

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$174,500

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8 Ivy Place

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$252,000

This beautifully maintained homette will only impress and offers large rooms, high ceilings, gas heating plus reverse cycle split air conditioner – all on low maintenance easy care grounds. A great home unit alternative in a quiet cul-desac.

15 Helpmann Avenue

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$310,000

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9 Tanglewood Crescent

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$495,000

The complete family package awaits. A beautifully maintained home set on an acre of established grounds, spacious living areas and covered outdoor entertaining. Be quick to inspect this quality home.

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$385,000

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

$325,000

Located amongst quality homes in a well established area. Offering 4 large bedrooms, master with direct access to spacious 2way bathroom, functional kitchen overlooking beautiful private gardens.

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$259,000

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Central location equipped with shedding. Offering a versatile floor plan, 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR, spacious kitchen/meals/family. Secondary formal lounge/dining room, large 7mX7m (approx) stone garage & workshop area.

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$265,000

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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.

LOT 201 Smiths Road, Port MacDonnell

$139,500

a| 1.566ha approx

$200,000

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

A wonderful lifestyle awaits – only minutes to the ocean and centre of Port MacDonnell. Beautiful country feel and views – contact your builder – Also available LOT 202 1.51ha approx also @ $200,000

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

Subdivision Starting from $83,500 Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep!

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

13 Skyline Place

20A Boandik Terrace

54 Carpenter Rocks Rd, Carpenter Rocks

1/11 Millard Street

This is a real gem located in a superb part of the city close to schools, sporting grounds and shopping, this beautiful home is ideal for those seeking comfort and convenience. Spacious proportions, lush gardens and solar panels. What’s not to love!

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2 Palamountain Street

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Gebhardts Property Management

3/37 Bertha Street

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

A perfect home for an investor or first home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and the hospital and tafe precinct.

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Starting from $140,000 New stage now available. Enquire now! Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township. Ranging between 1ha – 2ha. Services include power and Telstra. 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach. Phone Gebhardts for further information.

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

3/19 Gray Street

COMMERCIAL 23-25 Commercial Street West 32 Commercial Street West 3/19 Gray Street

Avail Now 3 2 1 $260 pw •Centrally located 3 bedroom unit •Main with WI robe & ensuite •Spacious open plan kitchen/dining/ lounge •Reverse cycle air conditioning in lounge room •Garage under main roof with internal access •Private rear verandah & paved courtyard •No pets

Avail Now 2 1 1 $275 pw •Two large bedrooms, both with built in robes •Open plan kitchen/meals/family area with r/c airconditioner •Kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher •Bathroom with separate bath and shower •Single garage under main roof • Garden and lawn maintenance included •No pets

Avail Now 3 2 2 $360 pw •3 good sized bedrooms •Main with ensuite & WIR, others with BIR •Open living kitchen/ dine/family •R/C aircon & gas/electric cooking •Double garage UMR •Private under cover patio •Fully enclosed rear yard •Pets negotiable

Avail Now

Commercial •Main reception area •Two separate offices •Galley kitchen •Recently updated throughout •Approximately 82.12m2 •Public car parking close by •Ducted electric heating and cooling

78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East 1/2 James Street 2/2 James Street


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$249,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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$210,000

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$370,000

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Solid family home on well laid out 2 acres of mixed 9 Huge shedding including work shop space, high 9 use zoning land clearance, power & security + Dual driveways living with R/C unit & S/C heating + surround 9 3HUJROD DUHD ZLWK %, %%4 GHVLJQDWHG RIÀFH 9 Large sound system single garage great to convert to 5th bedroom Bianca Taylor | 0417 613 346

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$269,000 - $279,000

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14 LAIRD STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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TWO LIVING AREAS + PERGOLA This very appealing home is located in a quiet cul-de-sac & is only a short distance to the Hospital & Big W shopping complex including the popular Bunnings! A generous size formal living area is at the front of the home along with the master bedroom which offers a spacious walk in robe and direct access to the 3 way bathroom. The open plan space in the centre of the home comprises a second living space with slow combustion heating & reverse cycle heating & cooling unit, dining area and appealing kitchen with updated gas cooking & electric oven, double sink, dishwasher, pantry cupboards & large windows to overlook the rear yard & decking space. All bedrooms are of great size while the laundry also offers great storage space & side door to rear yard to hang the washing! 3 way bathroom comprises a vanity area, separate toilet while the shower & bath space leads straight to the master bedroom acting as if it’s an ensuite! Moving outside from the open plan space, you will step onto the undercover decking area which is a great space for entertaining plus has room for the BBQ and kids to play! Side access through to the garden sheds and rear yard which is low maintenance and very well presented. For more information, or to arrange a private inspection, please contact Bianca Taylor at anytime on 0407 613 346

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$419,000

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TIMELESS CHARM, ELEGANCE & HISTORY

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

Bianca Taylor | 0417 613 346

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$139,000

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

malseeds.com.au 38 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier

$330,000

5 Ronald Grove, Mt Gambier

OPEN

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11 Ewens Crt, Mt Gambier

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1/6 Gerloff St, Mt Gambier

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$150,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

6 Hill Cres, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier

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21 Powell St, Mt Gambier

$395,000-$420,000

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

33 Stafford St, Mt Gambier

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$249,000

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10 McCenroe St, Tarpeena

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$120,000

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19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

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$160,000-$170,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$320,000

Local Caravan Park Business opportunity/Investment opportunity

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CENTENARY VIEW ESTATE MCKAY ROAD, COMPTON Minimum 5000m2 - Less than 5km from centre of Mt Gambier

Stage 2 UNDER CONTRACT call Wendy 0468 692 993 Disclaimer: we are not selling the tower From $169,000

We have for sale a long standing limestone coast family business that can be operated solely or as a husband and wife team that earns on average of $230,000 per annum a er all expenses have been deducted. No special skills or training are required and there is no room to substan ally expand the business should the new owners wish to do so. The business also offers an opportunity for the new owners to operate the business through a manager couple and s ll earn a net 10% return on their investment a er paying the managers. A third op on available to the purchaser is to sell the opera onal part of the business while retaining the assets and infrastructure of the business on a long-term lease to the business operators. This op on will also produce a 10% return to the owners of the infrastructure. This sale has come about as a result of the present owners wan ng to re re. Call Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 for details today.

Allotment 6-10 Benne St, Kalangadoo

$45,000-$53,000 Property features include: • This property is in need of major repairs • 3 bedroom home with office • 2 car garage • Large Orchard with high fence • Close to primary school • Claw foot style bath in large bathroom • Large open kitchen and lounge with open fire place • Own bore • This property is in need of major repair • Over 2000m2 of land

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33 ANNETTE STREET. MOUNT GAMBIER

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$249,000 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FAMILY HOME – Well presented brick & le family home situated close to St Mar ns Lutheran College, MacDonald Park Primary School & just minutes to the centre of town – Open plan kitchen/dining with gas cooking, floa ng floors & an abundance of natural light – 3 bedrooms with BIRs, lounge with gas hea ng & bathroom

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$349,000

15 WEHL STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

$610,000

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2nd bedroom with BIR and 3rd bedroom with a BIR robes and a built in desk, main bathroom with Bath, shower, vanity and a separate toilet. Extra features include a built in func onal out door kitchen, double garage under the main roof with internal access and remote roller door, solar panels, r/c a/c, ducted hea ng and cooling, solar hot water, vacuum and security system.

21 TALLARA AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

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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 skir ngs and architraves – 3 bedrooms with the op on of a 4th bedroom or second

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IMPRESSIVE SOLID FAMILY HOME Welcome to 33 Anne e Street, Mount Gambier, a solid well built, stone home awai ng a family to simply move in and enjoy all the home has to offer. Features of the home include open plan kitchen / dining and living area with granite benchtops & breakfast bar, 2 draw dishwasher, gas cook top, electric oven and a walk-in pantry, 3 bedrooms main with WIR and ensuite,

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living area, formal dining, expansive lounge with gas hea ng and a R/C A/C, kitchen with electric cooking, bathroom with shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the laundry area – Possibili es for the purchaser of this unique property include conver ng the home to offices with the poten al of carparks at the rear, purchasing both Titles and build on the Eleanor Street

$189,000

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BUY YOUR FIRST HOME TODAY – 21 Tallara Avenue, Mount Gambier is your opportunity to move out of the rental market and move into your very own home – The Dine in mber kitchen offers electric cooking, lounge with s/c wood hea ng, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath, shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the Laundry area

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– If shedding is a must then you will definitely be happy here, with a double car garage, two single car garages and a work shop / wood shed with bonus rear yard access for your convenience.

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UNIT 2/32 WEHL STREET NORTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

40 LANGE ROAD, YAHL

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E.O.I BY 12 NOON FRI 12TH JUNE 2020 COMFORTABLE COUNTRY LIVING – 107 acres, spacious home, established gardens, tranquil views, ample shedding & plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy – Timber kitchen with electric cooking & ample cupboard space. Expansive dining, second living area with bi-fold doors allowing both indoor & outdoor entertaining

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– 4 bedrooms, 3 with BIRs. Main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity. Second bathroom off laundry. – 2 x 15,000ltr rainwater tanks, 106,784kl water alloca on, 2 irriga on bores, 3 dog runs, solar & electric hot water & return verandah – Bonus 3-bedroom co age at front of property offering many possibili es

$285,000 – This neat, well presented home unit is situated within walking distance to all ameni es and offers Wehl Street frontage and its own Community Title – Features of the home include – Large open plan kitchen / dining and living area – Kitchen with electric cooking, a large breakfast bar and ample cupboard space

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In the Garden With Autumn firmly in our grip and nice cool mornings with us, it’s time to take a sigh of relief in the hope that the wet weather is here and the season has broken well. The interesting times we are in have seen us nearly triple our normal business sales for this time of the season and our online sales have tripled too meaning keeping the nursery topped has been a constant battle. Everyone has certainly looked to their homes and gardens whilst in lock down and stock has been flying out the door.Winter has crept up all too fast for us as a result and here we are digging roses, trees and freuit trees for the dormant season (bare rooted season) coming in just a few weeks. By the time this goes to print we will have the first few thousand roses in from the paddock with orders being picked out. If you haven’t already placed your orders time is running out as most of our roses are pre sold online before they hit our retail nursery in Mount Gambier. Also by the time this goes to print the borders from Victoria will hopefully be open allowing all our Victorian customers the ability to come to the nursery again. We still offer our deliveries right across Victoria which many have taken advantage of and across Australia . 2020 new release roses are still available (see opposite page) and find out about all the new releases on our website or call in to our retail

By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant nursery 167, Bay Road , at the foot of Mount Gambier’s iconic Blue Lake, the nursery is located within the well established Gardenarium Nursery, of which Limestone Coast Roses is a sister company. Autumn is a great time for planting roses, as the soil is still warm from summer, allowing the plants to transition in from their pots and settle before the cold of winter. You purchase a year older rose, at half the price of those available, and they also have a more established branching structure and maturity rather than a young thin plant in winter. In addition you can see the roses in full bloom and see the real colour of the roses. June is going to be a great month for gardening , with the long weekend being a great time to get in the garden and plant some roses, Autumn foliage and indeed any plants as the soil is still warm and they settle in before next spring. If you wish to do some research before calling in to the nursery then you can go to www.limestonecoastroses.com. au and have a look at the massive range we grow. Being one of the largest suppliers of roses within Australia, not many people know what goes on behind the scenes from the Limestone Coast and we are great ambassadors for Brand SA sending most of our roses to southern Queensland, New South

Wales, Victoria and, of course, South Australia, especially around the Adelaide region where it is now so hard to find a good range of roses. For this reason all of the 2020 new release roses are on our website already with the 2020 new release charity roses or roses for a cause placed in their respective categories or about to be added by the time this goes to print, a timely reminder to get your rose orders in for new season’s dormant (bare rooted ) stock that can be ordered online at any time or take advantage of the Early Bird Specials (see facing page) ,or ring your order through. The new David Austin English Rose for 2020 is Desdemona, one that has been long awaited by Austin fans in Australia, as it was released in the UK some years ago, to much acclaim, its pure white blooms have great appeal on the bush which is laden with flowers and it has the most stunning tea fragrance (see opposite page). As with all Austins this is very highly perfumed with a hint of citrus. It is important to order early as our website www. limestonecoastroses.com.au has been receiving online orders since last November for interstate and local orders and many varieties are already close to being sold out. Frida Kahlo will grab the attention of rose lovers who like the splashed and striped roses, named after the excentric artist herself and will grab all the attention this year with no stopping this amazing rose. Cut flower enthusiasts will love the long thornless stems of the Smooth Touch range of roses, with no thorns they are also ideal for those who bleed easily are on blood thinners or just plain hate thorns but love roses. The two new 2020 releases are Smooth Claudia and Smooth Carly - highly, musky perfumed crisp white blooms, fit for any wedding bouquet or vase. Proceeds from Smooth Carly go to Cancer Council and and Smooth Claudia proceeds go to Cystics Fibrosis Community Care. No Surrender is a tribute to the Siege of Tobruk remembering their fallen heros as the 80th anniversary of that occasion is celebrated in April 2021. Two dollars from each sale goes to the families of those soldiers. As Good As It Gets was released by us last year as a standard rose as the bud wood was late coming to us and all the bushes had been grafted , alas this is avavilable as a bush this year with a rich, dark velvety red with sweet perfume and are rain resistant and therefore long lasting on the bush or as a cut flower. One of my favourites for this year is Take It Easy, a bush smothered in rich red blooms with silverylavender reverse to the petals, quite stunning. Its mass flowering

is hard to beat against lush green foliage and is perfect in a pot or for hedging and mass planting also. Great gift idea for lovers of two tone roses but with the much more disease resistance of the modern roses we see today. Lavender Ice is a new large cluster flowered rose in shades of lavender to lilac and strongly fragrant and will be popular with lovers of the Rose Angel Face which can be a bit tempremantal. A tall bush, with fast repeat flowering synonomous with the modern breeds of roses we have seen over the past 20 years or so. Ideal in pots also. Iced Vovo has sort of had a rerelease for us as it didn’t really get off the ground when it was released by us a few years ago, as we could not get grafting material to get any great numbers. Now we have good stocks and it has been our largest ordered variety for this season only slightly beating Queensland Gold for top spot, of course all that could change by the time the rose orders close in a few weeks time as we run down into digging all of these lovely roses from the paddock. If you are looking for hot colours then you cant go past Follow your Dreams with intense luminous pink Hybrid tea blooms. An absolute stunner when we cut bunches of the flowers from the paddock and put them in a vase. It’s magic, too, will delight lovers of striped roses which have become so popular in recent times, yellow and red stripes with pink and cream stripes with a zesty citrus fragrance has given this top spot on our sales list for 2020 in the striped rose orders even beating the like of Red Intuition which seems old hat these days. Whatever your preference in the 2020 new releases be sure to get in and order early as orders have been open at Limestone Coast Roses since November 1 last year and many local people miss out to the online orders we receive from interstate. Autumn foliage trees are pulling off there amazing colours. Following an amazingly cool summer the soil moisture has held the autumn colours on the trees with little wind until recently. Autumn colours are also dictated by cool nights and frosts so the colder and wetter you are the better your colour will be. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees,

our sister company, is hosting its Autumn Festival of Colours 2020 at present (see opposite page) and in the past few weeks the number of trees that have put on their Autumn splendour is amazing. We are running all sorts of sale specials during the festival, so be sure to bring your trailer when you come. There are half price mop top trees including those with stunning autumn colour such as the Ash, Liquidambar Mop Tops and ornamental Pear Mop Top, as well as the stunning prunus ‘Elvins’ mop top we introduced a few years ago that has spring blossom too and are are all colouring up well. The Mop Top Ginkgo biloba looks magnificent at the moment with its golden, butter yellow leaves plus we have half price on an over production of Ginkgo trees. The Canadian Maples or Lipstick Maples are on special and our exclusive range of liquidambars, Chinese tallowwoods, Zelkovas or Japanese Elms and Tupelos are changing colours daily, as well as Silver Birch a favourite for all gardens. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees range of liquidambars includes dwarf varieties, narrow growing varieties - ideal if you are looking for a change from the ornamental pears, that are popping up everywhere! With the June long weekend fast approaching we are having a few specials on birdhouses and feeders up to 70% off all giftware, 1/2 price fountains, statues up to half price, terrariums, which are back in vogue, and of course, the usual array of gardening tools for those who have been cooped up and desperate to see some of our new stock that hasn’t stopped coming over the lockdown period. A new delivery of Wellington boots that are $10 off made by Sloggers in the USA includes clogs, boots and new Elastic sided boot (so you don’t split your Blundstones in the wet) and this year some amazing new colours and designs, so call in for a new pair this winter and don’t slosh around with leaking boots or shoes any longer. Make the most of the clearance specials that are on the website, so have a browse or call in to 167, Bay Road Mount Gambier (1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake). Open 10am to 4pm on Queen’s Birthday holiday, June 8.


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City of Mount Gambier residents will no longer have to pay an additional fee to subscribe to the kerbside FOGO (food organics/green organics) bin service from July 1 this year with council endorsing a plan to absorb the cost of the service into general rates for residential properties. To date the service has been provided by council on an ‘opt in’ basis whereby residents subscribe through an annual payment of $85. Under the change residents will only be required to pay an initial fee to cover the cost of the official green organics bin if they do not already have one. The most recent kerbside bin audit conducted by council staff indicated that on average 45 per cent of household waste going to landfill is organic matter that could be diverted and recycled through composting. All new subscribers who opt in to the service by purchasing the bin will also receive a kitchen caddy with compostable liners to assist with diverting food scraps away from landfill. “The kitchen caddy is an easy way for residents to sort their waste at the sink which will mean less organic matter entering landfill via the general waste bin,� City of Mount Gambier general manager city infrastructure Nick Serle said. “Organic matter is a big contaminant of general waste bins and happens to be integral to the process of bio-organically breaking down other green matter to turn it into compost.� With 6853 households currently subscribed to the service and the number set to increase, it is forecast the change will represent a loss of more than $500,000 from council’s operating revenue that will be absorbed through rate revenue. The loss will be offset slightly with council recently receiving $32,954 towards the initiative via the State Government Kerbside Performance Plus (Food Organics) Incentives Program. “This is a large investment however we are confident the savings and environmental benefits that will result from less organic matter entering and contaminating landfill will far outweigh the initial loss of income,� Mr Serle said. "It is much more cost effective for Council to dispose of organic matter to a commercial composting operation than it is for it to end up in landfill where it decreases the life of each cell and increases the emission of harmful greenhouse gases.� Council voted unanimously in favour of the initiative that will be backed up by a waste education campaign currently under development. The campaign will be rolled out later this year and aims to assist residents to dispose of household waste correctly through the various streams. “This is a really positive step in line with our overall goal of reducing waste to landfill,� City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM said. It is anticipated that by reducing the barriers to accessing the FOGO service that residents will be able to experience first-hand how easily they can reduce their volume of general waste simply by sorting it into the appropriate stream. “I really encourage our residents to take advantage of this opportunity to opt in if you do not already have a FOGO bin,� Mayor Martin said. “Just by utilising the kitchen caddy system I am confident our residents will see a big reduction in their general waste each week. By working together we can really make a difference towards responsible waste management which is so important for our future, both environmentally and financially.� With the current subscription ceasing as of June 30 this year, residents that already have an official green waste bin will not have to take any action to continue receiving the service as bin tags will no longer be required. Residents who wish to opt in can contact Council to arrange payment and delivery of a green waste bin with kerbside collection available from July 1. Residents are encouraged to ensure they are only disposing of accepted matter through the green waste system to ensure the viability of the service. “The technology installed on the waste trucks enable the contents of all bins to be closely monitored and residents are reminded to do the right thing so the service can continue to be provided to all households,� Mr Serle said.


Wattle Range honours its volunteers Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll had a busy week last week as he personally visited all 14 volunteers who were awarded a 2020 Premier’s Certificate of Recognition for outstanding volunteer service. Part of National Volunteer Week, with the usual thank you morning teas and other functions off the calendar, Mayor Noll was happy to still formally thank every awardee in person given how critical volunteers are to the fabric of the Wattle Range community. Mayor Noll was thrilled to catch up with each recipient to personally thank them for their endless hours of energy and commitment for the betterment of the Wattle Range district. Beccy Field, Peter Phillips, Sheila Boyle, John Mullins and Sean Smyth, of Millicent;

Narelle Marshall, of Beachport; David Marcus, Kate Spencer and Winsley Wighton, of Penola; Michelle Stehbens and Suzanne Zwar, of Coonawarra; Antony Juttner and Timothy Krieger, of Kalangadoo; and Joyce Cleggett of Glencoe were the volunteers recognised in the 2020 announcement from the Premier.“Our Wattle Range community is blessed to have so many amazing volunteers, who make it a great place to live and work,” Mayor Noll said. “I am honoured to have the opportunity to present to these special individuals with the Premier’s Certificate, recognising the exceptional contribution they have made. It is a prestigious award of excellence and a significant achievement.”

BECCY FIELD Under Beccy’s stewardship Millicent Lionesses run a successful bookshop, catering service, make emergency hospital bags, Meals On Wheels and a market stall raising money for prostate cancer. Decades of outstanding volunteer contribution includes: • Millicent Lioness (since 2010): Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, Fundraising Chair, Catering Chair, District Chairman (4 years), Multiple District Officer for SA and WA (6 years) monthly radio; social media chair (whole of Australia) • Lions Australia: Newsletter Editor, District PR Chairman, Social Media Coordinator, Webmaster, Awards Coordinator (3 years) • Families SA Volunteer • Millicent Driver Reviver (1997-2020): Assistant Co-ordinator • Girl Guides (1978-1987): Assistance Millicent leader & Nangwarry Leader • St Johns Ambulance (until 1993): Crew Member, Station Officer, Training Officer & Member Disaster Response Committee • Schools (until 1994): Member of Governing Committee Nangwarry Preschool & Childcare; Member & President Nangwarry Primary School Governing Council; Member Mount Burr School Council • Kimberly Clark Australia Social Club: Secretary, Product Sales Co-ordinator, Life Member • Music: Orchestra Member- of Mozart Players, South East Youth, Combined Schools; Mount Gambier Eisteddfod sectional director; South East Primary Schools Music Festival (1995-2017) Life Member JOHN MULLINS John (pictured with wife Moira) has been in many roles in the Company of 7, including stage manager, since the 1970s. Since then he has been organising lighting and sound for Civic & Arts Centre functions including weddings, concerts, football awards, meetings, funerals and South East Schools Music Festivals. He has done lighting and sound for multiple school concerts, presentation events and musicals. He finds the technical side of performance very interesting and enjoys problem-solving lighting and audio issues. John has served 50 years with CFS and still an active member at 71 years of age. He is a member at South East Water & Conservation Drainage Board and secretary for 35 years of South East Field Naturalists (SE Zone).John has had involvement from mid-1970s in assisting to have grain handling facilities built in Millicent and was chair of the Lower South East Strategic Sites Committee, attending Annual State Meetings on the growers’ behalf for many years.

DAVID MARCUS David has provided forty years of volunteer service to a range of sporting committees and providing outstanding service to Lions Club shearing; McCorquindale Park Committee & Female Facilities; Monbulla Tennis Club; Penola and District Tennis Association; Penola Badminton; Penola Football Club; Penola Sports Club Committee and Radiata Badminton Club. David has had a strong focus on junior development and mentoring future leaders. He holds a range of executive positions on multiple committees yet still does the smaller jobs, such as a yearly pruning fundraiser where the money set aside for resurfacing courts; for twenty years arranged the weekly meat raffles which kept Monbulla Tennis Club fees to a minimum. He continues as secretary for the Monbulla Recreation Ground (currently in recess). In addition, David has written a book about the centenary of The Monbulla School 1894 to 1994 this book was available on the day of the Celebration May 1994 and the history committee in Penola has copies. Over the years David was a player, committee member, bar duty, selector and team manager for the juniors for the Penola Football Club. He is often considered the ‘mediator’, the ‘voice of reason’ and the person that always looks at the big picture, making decisions to benefit the wider community. He is an icon of Penola and a stalwart of all clubs and organisations he’s involved with.

JOYCE CLEGGETT Joyce has been involved in the Mount Gambier Disability 10 Pin Bowling League for 14 years. Every Wednesday she helps bring people with disabilities together to bowl as teams. Twice a year she holds an awards night to recognise these people for their achievements with up to 100 attending which includes carers, parents and friends. Her contribution to this section of our community is especially special as it has given these people with disabilities a safe place to gather together, mingle, and enjoy an active activity together. She is passionate, encouraging and tolerant of all their individual needs. Joyce is also a mother, with one child with Down Syndrome; dairy farmer; and Federal Secretary Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia since 2006. She has been cattle showing for 54 years with 29 championships, and with her husband was awarded inaugural Master Breeder award, the first in Australia to receive the award for the breed.

TIMOTHY KRIEGER Tim is a player, sponsor and long time supporter of the Kalangadoo Football Club. As a business owner, Tim is a very busy man, but will drop tools to assist anyone who needs help. One resident had a bad accident falling through part of their pergola which left them unable to finish the roof. Tim finished the roof and straightened the garage roller door refusing any payment. He has helped other residents out as well. Without the extended services Tim offers to the community in the town, including local farmers, Kalangadoo would be a poorer place. Always ready to help pensioners and others with hands-on solutions to car and home problems. This man is a credit to Kalangadoo for his unselfish, caring attitude and willingness to support the community in anyway he can. He goes the ‘extra mile’ time after time.

NARELLE MARSHALL After her daughter cradled an injured joey, Narelle started to care for injured animals. For more than 15 years now, Narelle has managed a self-funded non-profit group Duck-A-Roo Wildlife Rescue. Narelle and her husband Allan are tireless workers when it comes to saving injured native wildlife. Their home and yard are filled with wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, birds etc and many cannot be released back into the wild and need care for life. They have taken on this responsibility in their quiet and unassuming manner. For many years, these quiet achievers have been devoting many hours to the care of these animals they are a credit to their families, themselves and their community. In addition, Narelle and Allan also operate a successful spraying business across the Limestone Coast, often arriving at jobs with wildlife ‘babies’ in the back of the car. They also sponsor a number of local community and sporting organisations.


Wattle Range honours its volunteers SUSANNE ZWAR Susanne stablished many roses in the Penola Hospital grounds, as well as planting and maintaining the rose gardens in Petticoat Lane, Penola War Memorial Park and around Coonawarra Hall. Her blooms bring immeasurable joy to many people including patients, residents, staff members &andvisitors. Susanne is also a mother, grandmother, rosarian, farmer and business woman. Susanne other achievements include: • Life member – Rose Society SA (Internationally renown) • Lutheran Church of Penola • Flower arrangements donated for Australia Day, Anzac Day, Penola/Coonawarra Arts Festival, Penola High School speech nights, Lions Youth of the year, special occasions for weddings, birthdays and funerals • Held many Open Gardens fundraising for local charities • Penola Community Day Centre for 20 years • Coonawarra Community Club Committee (Since 2003) • Host to International Lions Exchange Students (for 40 years) • Penola National Trust SHELIA BOYLE Sheila (pictured with husband Noel) has played an integral role in all aspects of the management of Lake McIntyre. Her involvement started in 1991 when it was still in the early days of its development, up to today where it is a haven for wildlife and attracting many visitors daily. Her dedication and commitment to doing early morning bird counts/surveys in all kinds of weather, is admirable both at Lake McIntyre, Mount Burr Swamp, Penola Conservation Reserve, Rivoli Wetlands & more. President since 2007, Shelia’s roles within the Lake McIntyre Management Committee include smooth-running committee, cataloguing photos, keeping records of bird sightings, attending working bees, helping to plant trees with school children and providing morning tea for volunteers. Sheila’s other volunteer roles have included: Millicent Hospital Evening Auxiliary (26 years); Millicent Field Naturalists Society (since 1987), CFS, BirdCare, Penola Conservation Park, Millicent North Primary and High School and Amersham-Bucks England (when 20 years old to assist hospital nurses).

Peter Phillips Peter established strong connection to his community when Office in Charge of Beachport Police. When the local Auskick program found itself without a coach, he volunteered to weekly coaching sessions.Living in a remote fishing and tourist town which could be at risk of drownings or boating accidents, and with fond youth memories as lifesaver, Peter worked to start Beachport Surf Lifesaving Club. In 2016 the club incorporated and Peter was voted inaugural president. Under his leadership, the 2019/2020 season had 83 nippers and 17 youth from Beachport, Millicent, Penola, Glencoe and Mount Gambier attending training at Beachport every second Sunday. The club patrol beaches every weekend in January. In his time as president, Peter has volunteered personal time as a youth coach, patrolling member, assists with grant writing, organising events, building projects, media releases, radio interviews and attending meetings with Surf Lifesaving SA in Adelaide and all while working full time shift work as a police officer, being a husband and father of two young daughters. SEAN SMYTH For over forty years Sean has served as a volunteer for Saint Vincent de Paul in Millicent. He has donated countless hours, day in day out, to the community making sure people in need have the essentials for living in basic accommodation. At the same time provides a listening ear while carrying out these chores. Since his retirement, Sean has dedicated 3-4 days per week. Ten years later, due to the deterioration of his health, he assists for 1-2 days a week in a little ute collecting furniture. It is hard work dragging wardrobes and heavy furniture all day. This furniture is distributed to the needy in crisis care and emergency accommodation situations. Sean is also an extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and counter team member in the local Catholic Parish. The Sisters of Charity helped him when young, which has spurred his lifetime of service to the needy.

KATE SPENCER A Cordon Bleu Chef, Kate was the first person to begin a restaurant not attached to a pub in the Coonawarra wine region during the 1980s. She was the first woman to receive a British Good Food Guide award for her restaurant Knight’s Farm. Kate was also the first chatelaine of Padthaway Homestead. As a retirement project in 2008 she took over the former National Trust Herb Garden in Petticoat Lane, Penola and convinced the National Trust that instead of ploughing the land back into a paddock to allow her 12 months to rejuvenate it. Since then it has become a community enterprise with lots of help from other volunteers and generous donations of produce and plants. The garden is a hub for fresh produce for local restaurants and home cooks who forage with bags and scissors provided while paying through an honesty system. She has kept the town spirit alive, bringing the town together to help grow fresh produce. Kate is always available to share her knowledge and recipes. An active member of the CWA, University of the 3rd Age, the Anglican Church, Probus and several protest groups including the Pulp Mill Project.

WINSLEY WIGHTON Winsley served as a member of the Penola Primary School Governing Council and as a staff representative on the Penola High School Council. She was a member of the board for the Penola High School Community Library. She is a strong supporter of Australia Day celebrations, including making the nominations for the Young Citizen of the Year Award and attending the ceremony every year. She provides support for many community members through mentoring. Every year she nominates students for the Long Tan Award and the Kwong Lee Dow Award. Working with colleagues, Winsley has been responsible for the planning and organisation of the annual presentation night at Penola High School. Winsley has made major and lasting contributions to the community through her profession as a Chemistry, Mathematics and General Science teacher and as an educational leader at Penola High School over 26 years. She introduced Wine Making to senior Chemistry students, leading to many of her students working with local businesses and, in the process, established strong, highly valued and on-going links between members of the Coonawarra wine industry and the High School. MICHELLE STEHBENS Quietly and professionally, without any fuss or fanfare, Michelle has contributed to the betterment of the Coonawarra & Penola communities. She has had volunteer roles with the Coonawarra Community Club, the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival, Penola Business Association, Black Swans Beef Steak & Burgundy, Coonawarra Roadshow & more. She is one of the first to put her hand up when something within our community needed to be done. Michelle is an outstanding ambassador with contributions to Coonawarra as a cellar door manager at Katnook Estate for 25 years, the Coonawarra Vignerons Association (CVA) and Coonawarra Grape Wine Incorporated. Michelle was awarded 2019 Patron of Coonawarra Vignerons & Finalist for Cellar Door Manager 2018 at Australian Women in Wine Awards. Michelle was unavailable for a photo.

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LOCAL SPORT To play or not to play? Community football and netball leagues and associations in the Limestone Coast continue to work through their return to training protocols and brainstorming ideas for making a potential 2020 season viable. Hard working volunteers have never faced this type of challenge and the uncertainty has made planning incredibly difficult and keeping players engaged has also presented its challenges. Where would we be without TikTok, Houseparty and Zoom? Last week, the Mid South East Netball Association made the agonising decision to pull the pin on the 2020 season, with the slim possibility of revisiting a junior competition remaining if circumstances change drastically later this year. Association president Sara Gray said the club initiated decision was a majority decision made at the association’s regular board meeting after the association’s executive had been inundated with concerns from clubs and their members. “This was not a decision taken lightly by the board or the executive, however, with so much uncertainty about the future, clubs felt that it was in the interests of members to make a decision sooner rather than later in regard to the 2020 season,” Sara said. The difficult decision to call time on 2020 factored in a raft of issues including community safety, individual safety and the issues specific to those working in health care and aged care, player preparation and the limited preseason, the danger of a second outbreak and the potential disruption to not only the netball season but the impact on summer sports if winter sport seasons were significantly extended, the financial implications, especially of no crowds, the practical and financial implementation of the current mandated hygiene protocols and the risk to volunteers . “We are encouraging clubs to continue to work with juniors, developing their skills in preparation for Season 2021,” Sara said. “Avenues will also be explored as to the possibility of a junior competition occurring later in season 2020, if and when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.” The president was all too aware the public reaction the association’s decision would make

and Mid South East Netball Association would certainly have been trending last Wednesday night, given they were the first winter sport in this region to cancel its 2020 competition. “In these unprecedented times, the best interest of our members was uppermost in our minds and we are encouraging them all to stay active at home, practice safe social distancing, continue good hygiene practices and to download the COVIDSafe App,” Sara said. “We will be back bigger and better in 2021, ensuring that our members, our clubs and our association are given the best opportunities to succeed.” The Mid South East Football League is battling on at this stage, continuing to be guided by the SANFL with secretary Naomi Michell saying the league was hoping for perhaps a July start to the 2020 season. “We’re still waiting,” Naomi said. “The SANFL is working really hard in regards to getting SANFL and community football back. The SANFL is doing an amazing job.” As with all football leagues and netball associations across South Australia have all expressed concern over no crowds and without the influx of spectators each week, many competitions look set to put the 2020 season on ice. “Without unrestricted crowds, with social distancing, of course, it is hard to see the season going ahead,” Naomi said. But the Mid South East Football League is hanging tough and last week had three clubs back on the training track with another couple set to start up this week, after taking the time to get their protocols in place. Some clubs have also opted to wait until the June 8 deadline that flags return to full contact training. The Mid South East will be part of a Statewide hook up on June 9 and have given themselves the tentative date of July 25 as the latest they could kick off the reduced 2020 season. While the MSEFL does not have Victorian based clubs, they do have a number of Victorian based players and that is another added complication for the league. Of course, closed borders are a significant roadblock for the Western Border football and netball competitions, as does the current expectation that crowds will not be part of the 2020 equation. Western Border Football League president Michael Summers said the league was working closely with the SANFL and the Western Border Netball Association to ensure everything possible was being explored to kickstart a

reduced 2020 fixture. “We are still working with the SANFL and they are hopeful of getting some sort of football happening – like we are,” Michael said. “The issues for us is the restrictions on the border and we will not go ahead without Casterton Sandford, and also no crowds – country football cannot run without crowds.” The WBFL president has been working with the region’s summer sports and will continue to pursue those conversations with a view to leaving it as late as possible to get a 2020 Western Border competition underway, while not impacting on summer competitions. The Western Border has named August 1 as the latest starts date for as 10 game season plus finals, with a final call on the season set to be made no later than a month prior to that date. “Hopefully we can start earlier than that but that is where our planning sits right out,” Michael said. Western Border Netball Association president and Director of Netball Jo Gibbs has been part of every Western Border football discussion, as well as working closely with Netball SA and Western Border netball is committed, at this stage, to maintain solidarity with the football. “We have presented a united front throughout this difficult time and have every intention of continuing to work together,” Jo said. “We have stayed in contact with our clubs and have encouraged them to stay in close contact with their football counterparts to make sure all issues and concerns being addressed. As an executive we have provided all the protocol information and given the go ahead to training as of May 25 but it is still a club decision whether they return to the court at this stage. We appreciate the uncertainty of the 2020 season

and the burden of the new hygiene protocols, which everyone understands are necessary, has put incredible pressure on our hard working volunteers.” The Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara football and netball officials are also continuing to work through return to training, as well as planning for a potential reduced season with the KNTFL set to meet on June 10. Much like the Western Border situation, the netball is looking to work cooperatively with the football, continuing to provide feedback from their clubs and members and waiting on that June 10 decision with the possibility of a July 4 start date. But again, as with Western Border competitions, no crowds and the limitations on cross border travel, loom as the biggest hurdles. The Mount Gambier Netball Association has also been hard at work and have set a June 13 start date for return to play. President Yvette Holmes said the association had decided to run a competition for those who were still looking to be involved. “We’ve got the doors open and teams are returning to training,” Yvette said. “Not everyone wants to be involved, not all the clubs will be involved and it will be a reduced competition in terms of numbers participating but we listened to our members and wanted to provide a competition for those who are wanting to be involved,” she said. “We are just here to provide a safe place for people to play and we totally understand those who do not want to be involved this year and in these current circumstances.” At this stage, while numbers are yet to be finalised, Yvette was expecting both junior and senior competitions to get underway, with the usual caveat, that, in these unprecedented times, things are somewhat out of our hands.

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LOCAL SPORT Time to hit the ground running If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again. It’s a time honoured saying to encourage persistence and Mundulla Netball Club has finally reaped its reward for tapping into that spirit of persistence securing a Federal Government grant to complete some well overdue facility redevelopment. Club president Jess Wiese was thrilled that after 17 failed attempts at securing State Government funding to give their two and a half courts a makeover and a lighting upgrade, the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Program proved a lifeline for the club and the project is one of 15 sporting and community club projects set to take advantage of a $1million dollar pool allotted to Tatiara District Council projects. “We had just found out we were knocked back for State Government funding again and this drought funding came up and we decided to go for it and we are so glad we did,” Jess said. “The courts have needed this upgrade for a while but we had to secure some funding before we could even think about getting it done.” Now the courts are set for the much needed makeover which will include grinding the courts back, ensuring they are level and then topped with a floating court surface as well as the lighting upgrade to allow for much safer training conditions in the depths of winter. The half court that Mundulla has, which is used as a training court, will have a gritty painted surface to replace what now resembles an ice skating rink. The current health situation has slightly delayed the start and completion of the project but Jess was hoping for a September date. And Mundulla clearly has an enthusiastic and dedicated membership with around 90 percent of the playing group voting to return to training, with only a handful stepping aside, mainly due to work arrangements. “It is amazing to get the funding and now it is great to see how many of our players want to get back to the court so we knew we had to do something,” Jess, who is now working through putting in place the stringent protocols for a training restart this week, said. Tatiara District Council CEO Anne Champness also welcomed the windfall for the raft of sporting and community groups. “Like other regional communities, many of our community groups and sporting clubs have important infrastructure projects essential to their long-term sustainability but unfortunately, there has been little opportunity to seek external funding support in the past,” Ms Champness said. “Without the Drought Communities Program, most of these projects would either not have happened at all, or only some years down the track.” The other value of this program is the funding provided by the Federal Government

does not rely on a matching contribution. The total expenditure for the program will be $1,272,856 (excl. of GST), including the $1,000,000 funding injection. Community groups will contribute approximately $198,000 to their projects, with council contributing the remainder to the overall program, including project management and the development of an Adverse Event Plan required under the funding conditions. “The intent of the Drought Communities Program is to build community resilience and strength,” Ms Champness said. “Council believes that one of the best ways to build this resilience for times of future adverse events is through strong community groups and sporting clubs.” The selected project were part of an overwhelming number of strong applications, 51 in total, in the Tatiara District Council area, which totalled $4million dollars in funding requests. So for the 15 successful applicants it is now time to get going with works on the ground. “The Drought Communities Program is very focussed on supporting local economies and while some of the projects, the resurfacing of the Mundulla Netball Courts for example or the Bordertown Swimming Pool works, are quite specialised or require specialist advice, we will work with local contractors wherever possible,” Ms Champness said. “Once the funding agreement is signed by Council and the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, we can start work on the ground. I would expect us to be able to commence works within the next couple of weeks.”

FULL LIST OF SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS • Padthaway Football and Cricket Club – replacing current football change rooms with modern up to date and inclusive facilities - $280,000; • Bordertown Swimming Pool – addressing leaks and improving filtration flow through the 55-year-old pool by replacing filtration pipes and reducing pool depths at the deep end - $200,000; • Tatiara fire water storage - CFS – creating strategic water access points for firefighting purposes across the Tatiara - $100,000; • Keith Golf Club – rebuilding men’s and ladies’ change rooms/bathroom and creating new disabled access and toilets - $63,000; • Mundulla Netball Club – resurfacing of the netball courts and replacement of lighting - $63,000; • Tatiara Karting Club – upgrading lighting at the track with LEDs - $59,000; • Agricultural Bureau of South Australia – installation of dryland soil moisture probes and weather stations as well as workshops on their use $45,500; • Bordertown Golf Club – replacing bores used to water the greens and fairways to ensure water security - $39,000; • Bordertown Bowling Club – replacing lighting with single poles and LEDs - $36,500; • Western Flat Community Sport & Recreation Inc. – upgrading the Western Flat cricket shed facilities - $30,000; • Mundulla on the Move – installing shower facilities at the RV parking site at Mundulla showgrounds and oval - $26,400; • Keith & Tintinara Show – re-roofing the show pavilion - $25,500; • Keith Football Club – replacing the bore that waters the main oval and surrounds to improve water quality, and reduce costs and use of chemicals and fertilisers - $22,800; • Bordertown Cricket Club – constructing new practice net facilities at Virgo Park - $18,200; • Keith Caravan Park/Keith Swimming Pool – replacing the bore supplying water to the caravan park and swimming pool - $11,900


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