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“...it’s not their fault so I wanted to do something kind to show people can always choose to be kind to other people...”” have 35.5cm to cut off to make a wig – she has passed that mark and will be having 38cm lopped off. Matilda is having the chop as part of the Variety Club’s Hair with Heart campaign. “I looked into what charity Matilda could get involved with and most were tied up with children with cancer but because it was someone with alopecia that inspired Matilda I chose the Variety Club because they provide wigs for children with alopecia and cancer,” mum Liz Spencer said. “I thought people with a disease might get their feelings hurt if they looked different or felt different,” Matilda said. “It’s not their fault so I wanted to do something kind to show people can always choose to be kind to other people, especially if they have a hard time for something that’s not their fault. I’m chopping my hair to show anyone can be kind.” Matilda will lose her locks on Wednesday, June 24, at 4.30pm, on the lawns outside the Limestone Coast Pantry, which is also helping Not sure about you but when most people are six years old, focussing on how they can help others and committing to a long term plan to achieve that goal is not the norm. But for Matilda Spencer that is exactly what happened – inspired

“...I asked mum if I could give her my hair and she said yes....”

“...I thought people with a disease might get their feelings hurt if they looked different or felt different...” by a contestant on Australian Ninja Warrior and on June 24, her almost two year mission comes to a head when she cuts her hair. “I was watching Njnja Warrior with my mum when I was six and saw an eight year old girl without hair – the girl cheering her on also had

alopecia,” Matilda said. “Mum (Liz Spencer) explained they had a disease that meant her hair didn’t grow and I asked mum if I could give her my hair and she said yes.” That was 18 months ago with Matilda then having to commit to growing her hair so that she would

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with a raffle, as well as a new range of baked potatoes, called Matilda Ninja with a dollar from every one of the specially created spuds going to Matilda’s fundraising effort, which ahs already topped her $500 target with plenty of time for people to still donate. The baked potato had all the ingredients Matilda loves including beef Bolognese, cheese, slaw, sour cream & corn chips. Sharon, from Studio E’lan, is also donating her time to perform the all important haircut, with Matilda now scrolling through the internet for stylish short hairdos – the first time in her short life she has not had long hair. Testament to Matilda’s dedication to the cause, many of her friends think she is mad to cut off her hair but will cheer her on from the sidelines. Anyone interested in donating to Matilda’s campaign can head to https://hairwithheart.variety.org.au/ fundraisers/matildaspencer or pop along on June 24 to be part of the official hair chop.


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For almost a decade Rod Bax called the Limestone Coast home. As an art teacher at Naracoorte High School, Rod developed a lifelong connection to the region and it also saw him develop a passion for the natural world in his art. “The South East period established a devotion to the recording of the natural world and developed a sense of awareness for preservation and conservation of the natural environment and places like Bool Lagoon have been an inspiration since the late 70s,” Rod said. “We had two more children in that time and that cemented a sense of belonging to the area.”

It is Rod’s friendship with Judy Murdoch, who was Naracoorte High School’s deputy principal at the time of Rod’s teaching tenure, that has seen Rod called on for this and previous community art projects. “She has asked me on a number of occasions to assist in some artistic manner with projects at the Sheep’s Back Museum,” Rod said. With community art, both in Naracoorte and other communities in South Australia, being a strong focus of Rod’s artistic career. “We had a

“…places like Bool Lagoon have been an inspiration since the late 70s… mural group in Naracoorte which I coordinated in the 70s and 80s, most of which have been removed or the building demolished. I also have been involved in community art activity at the Marion Railway station both the old and the newly completed one.” This latest mural is part of an ongoing project at the museum, with fellow grant recipient Wayan Dudug having also been part of the revamped children’s section of the museum.

“Judy (Murdoch) was keen to have a more artistic approach to the area and so she asked me to design something and we have been working on it for 18 months,” Rod said. “I have called on other artists to be involved in the project.” That sees Adelaide based artist David Archer producing an interactive exhibit in his humorous and witty answer in what may look like something from Penny Arcade. David

“…I started taking what I did more seriously and started to have regular exhibitions…” is a maker of ingenious automata, animatronics and devices of all kinds. His career spans more than 25 years from childhood inventor, boilermaker, welder, ceramic and visual artist. Annabel Hume has also been integral to the project, working with local high school and primary students to produce a collection of bird species in paper mache and Wayan (Dudug) has produced three beautiful sculptures at the entrance of the children’s museum, as well as running workshops at the high school to produce more than 20 small relief carvings of marine fossils that will form another part of the exhibit. And while Rod has been flat strap coordinating this mammoth project, he also has the verandah floor mural on his to-do list. “It is to give a sense of fun to the learning situation,” Rod said. “The mural will depict local species, local history and identify some of the museum collection. It is great that we have had this support from the council in supporting this wonderful community asset.” The building that houses the children’s museum was once the Kybybolite tennis clubrooms and

“…the notion of art and being creative was always encouraged…”

reinventing the space has been a labour of love for a loyal band of volunteers, who has assisted in the reflooring, painting and fitting out of the space. “There is still a lot of work to do and funds to raise to enable an interactive hands-on museum experience,” Rod said. “We hope to purchase a digital interactive table to encourage a developing database of the current collection and encourage students to participate and contribute with digital game , information and research topics that can be accessed online, as well as hands on in the museum.” A digital projector is also on the wish list. And Rod has also tapped into the talents of old scholars to enhance the project. “I have encouraged a local who is currently working as an animator and illustrator to produce some interesting animations to enhance our bird species exhibit with animated images,” he said. And his plans for the children’s museum don’t stop there. CONT. OPP. PAGE


Brushstrokes with a COMMUNITY focus “…It is to give a sense of fun to the learning situation…”

FROM OPP. PAGE “We plan to alternate exhibits on a thematic basis and will continue to try and involve the schools as much as we can to encourage a sense of awareness and the importance of preserving local history within our student community,” Rod said. “The paper mache birds and the fossil sculptures are a good beginning.” Wayan’s Community Art Fund grant, also for $5000, will see him produce a significant hand-carved sculpture depicting marine fossils of the Limestone Coast using stone from a local quarry for display in the town centre, providing a link to encourage visitors to head to the museum to see more of Wayan’s work and that of the students with whom he worked. Needless to say, little did Rod know when he arrived in Naracoorte in 1978 as a fresh faced art teacher that he would still be contributing to the community some four decades on, having also spent nine years at Adelaide’s St Peter’s College and 20 years at Westminster School, retiring from teaching in 1996. “I was always happy with the idea that I could balance a teaching career and still maintain a presence in the art world,” Rod said. “Since retirement I have probably worked more on my painting in the past four years than I did in the previous 10 and so this is encouraging as I don’t miss teaching one bit and think more and more of how I might solve another artistic problem. Retirement has given more time to travel and even then it’s more about collecting ideas for painting.” For Rod, art has been a part of his world since he weas very young – it was as if he was destined to pick up a paintbrush. “We always had paintings at home,” Rod said. “My grandmother was quite an accomplished artist, creating impressionistic, romantic works, probably from home tutors

and my mother was a creative sort - dressmaking, flower arranging, anything crafty. I was quite ill as a child and missed a lot of schooling and so I made puppets, drew a lot, mainly fantasy battles and copied images from ten shilling art books of the Great Masters and those Walter Foster How To Draw books that my mother had purchased. Basically the notion of art and being creative was always encouraged.”

While teaching gave Rod a steady income, it also gave him a chance to emulate his early mentors, who fostered his love of art during his schooling years. “I had some great art teachers as a student at Brighton High school,” Rod said. They included Trevor Clare, who was a great practitioner, Brian Lees, who became a principal education officer in the department, Lee Zueff, who had a great design sense and Joan Brown, who was a compassionate creative thinker. “I found out years later from her (Joan Brown’s) son, after her death, that she had been following my journey and I was sorry that I had never tried to thank her for what she had done for me,” Rod said. He was also grateful for the insight on assessment provided by Lee Zueff. “She confided in me one time about a result for a design project that although I failed it was still the best work produced,” Rod said. “She said don’t worry about the grade it is just

“...I was sorry that I had never tried to thank her for what she had done for me...”

“He used to come down and stay at Naracoorte and showed me a way of seeing the landscape,” Rod said. “His images of Bool Lagoon and his approach to teaching art with the importance of knowing your medium mixed with an emotional and expressive connection to the subject have stayed with me.” As has the work of 19th century French artist Edgar Degas – the most influential of the many artist whose work Rod (pictured above) has always admired.

the assessment criteria - keep doing what you are doing.” And he did, graduating from the SA School of Art, entering art competitions and eventually showing his work at the late Barry Newton’s Gallery – the scene of his real positive response to his work. “I started taking what I did more seriously and started to have regular exhibitions,” he said. Tom Gleghorn was another strong influence on Rod’s development, as an artist and teacher.

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n o ti ti e p m co g n ci n da in w Lobster steals the sho There wasn’t the razzle dazzle of sequins, feathers and high heels. There was no eye watering fundraising target by the stars or crowds admiring, laughing at and cheering their favourite star on. There was no tango, hip hop and Cha Cha to master but there was dancing and a Judge’s Award and People’s Choice Award saw the seven entrants in Streaming with the Stars, the online replacement for the major Stand Like Stone Foundation fundraiser Swinging With the Stars, honoured for taking the time to learn the jive and post a video online. The entrants danced with kids, partners, animals and in one instance a lobster – all in the name of having fun and ensuring the spirit of the popular event, that was first held in 2008, lived on. Two of the 2020 entrants were actually set to be part of the 2020 gala event at The Barn, with both Caroline Barr, who performed with her cat, and Randall Jones, who donned a tutu for his jive entry, keen to see the event continue in whatever form possible. Former entrants also brushed off their dancing skills with 2012 star Donna Jaeschke and 2018 star Steve Duldig entering the revamped 2020 competition. Donna using the region’s iconic pine forests as her backdrop, performing with sister Ashlea Edwards, while Steve’s kids Pacey and

Edie doubled as his dancing partners. Lauren Fox also enlisted her son Hugo to put together her jive – Lauren being a veteran of the Swinging with the Stars competition as one of the ‘professional’ dance partners over the years.

“...to be honest being a mayor the past few months has been some hard yards and it was great to do something for the community that was just about having a good time and a laugh...” Alison Nunan Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr and her husband Pete got into the spirit, while Robe Mayor Alison Nunan, who was hoping her local government colleagues from across the region might also take up the challenge, added to her degree of difficulty by jiving on a pontoon, where ending up in the drink was an ever present danger. Spoiler alert – she didn’t.

The awards presentation was held on Saturday night, live streamed by Interact Limestone Coast with two of the three judges, Liz Rymill and Ben Hood, running through the seven entries. Hype Dance’s Kim Cella, who has been the teacher and choreographer for the past few Swinging with the Stars events, was the third judge, having already put together a video for the community to work through and learn the jive themselves. “This time every year we’d be gearing up to head out to The Barn,” Ben said, as both he and Liz reminisced about their experience, learning the moves, forging friendships with the other contestants and stepping outside their comfort zone for a wonderful cause. In the end, it was the Robe Mayor who took out the People’s Choice Award, securing almost half the 300-plus votes cast for the award. “For me, it was a bit of fun,” Alison Nunan said. “To be honest being a mayor the past few months has been some hard yards and it was great to do something for the community that was just about having a good time and a laugh. Stand Like Stone Foundation

“...we did try really hard to get the steps right and then we were just crossing our fingers...” Randall Jones

“...to raise money for that I am happy to go and make a fool of myself..” Randall Jones is such a great organisation and do so much good work in the community through their grants and I figured it would give people a giggle and wouldn’t kill me.” The Judge’s Award went to Port MacDonnell’s Randall Jones, who is now hopeful of competing in 2021 for the mirror ball trophy and also, more importantly to raise as much money as possible for the foundation. “The main aim for me was just to keep the event going, to keep the whole thing alive even though it stopped for this year” Randall said. Finding a volunteer from within the family was tough, with Randall’s two oldest daughters not too keen to be part of their dad’s performance. “Luckily the youngest one is dancing all the time and she was happy to help.” Randall was quietly confident his online routine had got the basics of the jive right but certainly couldn’t have predicted his Judge’s Award victory. “We did try really hard to get the steps right and then we were just crossing our fingers,” he said. “It was

all a bit of fun and now I can look to step it up for 2021. I just want to carry on the good work of people like Grant Fensom, who have raised money for the Steve Noble Sub Fund. “To raise money for that I am happy to go and make a fool of myself.” Above (top) - Robe Mayor Alison Nunan in action. She took out the 2020 Streaming with the Stars People’s Choice Award, while (above bottom) Randall Jones in action with his youngest daughter on his way to the 2020 Judge’s Award.

Border opening a godsend for tourism operators The June Long Weekend was the first time many South Australians had left their homes, hit the road and looked to visit other parts of the State, after weeks of being basically on house arrest, and the signs were good. Last Friday’s announcement that South Australia would lift its border restrictions on July 20 will only add to the cautious optimism of tourism operators, recreation vehicle industry operators and small businesses in regional towns that feed off the tourism dollar. Anecdotally, the Limestone Coast enjoyed increased visitor numbers, with cellar doors at socially distanced capacity most of the weekend, and cafes and restaurants also enjoying strong patronage, from locals and visitors alike. Given no interstate visitors could make the trek, in a region that is reliant on tourism traffic from Victoria, the signs were good without being outstanding. The Mount Gambier Visitor Centre helped out more than 200 visitors, evenly split between locals looking

to visit an untapped treasure in this region and visitors from both Adelaide and regional SA. Robe also enjoyed a tourism boost, after spending Easter and other peak times in recent weeks basically closed for business. “It was a relief to see visitors out and about,” Robe Mayor Alison said. “You could see the difference in the faces of the locals who need these visitors to keep their businesses going.” The seaside town was not at full capacity but was up 45 per cent from the same weekend in 2019, showing people want to get out and about and explore the State. “It was just good to see the town busy,” Mayor Nunan said. “And people were really happy with how everyone behaved and how they respected the current protocols, people definitely have their heads around what they have to do.” The return of Victorian visitors, many of whom own holiday homes in Robe, after July 20 should also boost

the tourism reliant town. “Tourism is in Robe’s DNA and when people couldn’t come to visit, the town did feel a bit down in the mouth,” Mayor Nunan said, “It is not just about the economics, it is like we need to see visitors coming here and enjoying themselves.” With overseas holidays off the radar for the foreseeable future, people heading off in recreational vehicles also looks set to rise and Jayco Mount Gambier’s Peter Pignotti (pictured right) said speaking to dealers around Australia, it does look like the caravanning and camping sector could be set to gradually bounce back. “March and April were really quiet for us and that’s supposed to be our busy time,” Peter said. “We are now going into June which is our quiet time but we have had people coming and looking at vans and it does look like it might be starting to pick up and starting to look positive.” The boost in numbers has come significantly from first time buyers,

which is good news for the industry going forward, as more and more people discover the fun of caravanning and camping for weekend getaways or longer holidays. Peter was also sweating on the opening of the borders, with important industry expos and shows in Victoria a key part of his business model, with Jayco Mount Gambier also having a strong Victorian based clientele. Peter also said it was somewhat of an unknown to see how quickly people renewed their usual travel

behaviour. “We do have to be aware that people might take a while to feel comfortable to travel but the signs are certainly more positive than they were a few weeks ago.”



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South Australians are being encouraged to take part in a Heritage Snaps photographic competition designed to showcase this State’s heritage-listed places or areas. This competition follows on from the success of last year’s Essence of

Heritage photo competition, run by Heritage South Australia. South Australian Heritage Council chair Keith Conlon said there will be a number of great prizes are up for grabs simply by sharing a photo of a South Australian State Heritage Place

or Area. “Through this competition we want to help showcase our 2300 wonderful State heritage-listed places and 17 State heritage areas,” Mr Conlon said. “Just by entering the competition, you will be helping to promote and celebrate our State’s heritage. It’s also a great opportunity for people to learn why these heritage places are significant and so the education potential is enormous.” The eight categories in this year’s competition are: 1. Maritime and coastal Heritage (including photos of shipwrecks!) 2. Heritage places that have been changed (showcasing adaptive reuse) 3. State Heritage places to visit 4. Wild SA (Natural State Heritage Places) 5. Young Talent (open to school age entrants under the age of 18 as at 1 July 2020) 6. Heritage and technology (if you are using a drone or 3D imagery this is the category for you!) 7. Professional and edited 8. Honouring our involvement in wars (photos of State Heritage war memorials, monuments or buildings involved in the war effort) Mr Conlon said while this is a great community activity to do during current restrictions, the public are urged to practice good social distancing while striving to get that great photo. Entries close Friday, October 30. For more information on the competition, including how to enter and where to find lists of heritage places visit www.environment.sa.gov.au/ topics/heritage.

Libraries welcome back face to face service The joy of browsing for your next read as returned as the Glenelg Libraries reopened the doors this week. From Monday, library branches in Casterton, Heywood and Portland are open for the public after 13 weeks of temporary closure. In line with Victorian State Government advice, branches will operate with strict hygiene and social distancing requirements which include: • A maximum of 20 people allowed in a Library branch at any one time; • Visits restricted to one hour maximum; • Use of hand sanitiser upon entry; • Maintaining a minimum 1.5m physical distance from other people and staff at all times; • Visitors will be required to provide their name and phone number for possible contact tracing; • Limitations on the number of public computers available for use; • Public computer access restricted to a 30 minute maximum, per person, per day. Library and information services manager Yvette Parker thanked members for their patience and cooperation throughout the temporary

closure period. “We thank all of our loyal members for their understanding over the past three months,” she said.”The closure period has not been easy for our community, which has reinforced how much of a vital role our libraries play. To ensure our library branches remain safe for all users, we have implemented a number of protocols such as limiting the number of visitors and the duration of visit, ensuring sanitisation upon entry and exit and the quarantining of returned items for at least 72 hours. “We urge anyone experiencing symptoms fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat or loss of smell to please avoiding isiting our library branches where possible. To minimise the time visitors spend in branches, we also encourage members to utilise the Click and Collect system and reserve

International art festival calls for entries

The Riddoch Art Gallery is now calling for entries for the 2020 International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival. Australian and international video artists are invited to apply for a chance to win a grand prize of $3000 cash. Presented by The Riddoch and Main Corner Complex, the International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival is a biennial event that aims to celebrate the creation of video art and places emphasis on innovative and ground breaking artworks. Following on from the successful inaugural festival held in 2018, the 2020 event is set to be held from November 6 to December 6 with the theme ‘video art during and after the pandemic’. "We invite Australian and international video artists to send us video works that convey how

the global COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their lives and practice," Riddoch Art Gallery director Melentie Pandilovski said. “With many artists around the planet in lock-down or quarantine, facing the physical, psychological, and emotional effects they are undoubtedly coming up with creative solutions to the concerns and challenges caused by the COVID-19, we therefore invite you to share your video art stories to address these issues. “Many of these stories will be addressing various anxieties, worries, and economic strains, however there are also optimistic stories, filled with humour, contemplation, solidarity, community mindfulness, compassion, and cheerfulness.” Submission entry is free, and may include one work per artist or group of artists. Submitted works can be up to eight minutes long and must be produced after January 1 this year. Entries are open now and close on August 1. The festival program will include an exhibition, conference, screenings, and workshops. “We anticipate the festival will become a truly shared artistic space and international story-telling of solidarity and community wellbeing,” Dr Pandilovski said. "We hope it will show the power of art by bringing our community and the world together, despite the pandemic restrictions.” For more information or to submit an entry visit www.riddochartgallery.org.au/ ilcvideoartfestival2020

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their books online. Our friendly staff are available via phone or email to answer queries you may have. “We are not yet able to deliver our popular programs such as Storytime or Rhymetime in our libraries branches, but will continue to deliver programs online wherever possible. I look forward to welcoming back many familiar faces as they return to their local library to browse for their next great read, movie or resource.” For further information on opening information please visit the Glenelg Libraries Facebook page.

Forty four entries have been received for the Better by Nature Community Wellbeing Short Film and Photo Competition being curated by the Naracoorte Lucindale Council. The focus of the competition was to drive community wellbeing, with the competition theme, Better by Nature, reflecting the district’s brand and sending a message of hope. The entries were created last month, had to be original works, depict locations in the Naracoorte Lucindale district and depict something about what it’s like to live in Naracoorte Lucindale, and what you enjoy in the district. The competition was open to all community members living in the council area with a prize pool of $3000 shared across the following categories under 10 years of age, 10-18 years of age and over 18 years of age. First prize in each age group for both the short film and photo categories was $150 cash plus a $150 voucher of the winner’s choice from a business in

Naracoorte Lucindale. Second prize in each age group for both categories was $100 cash plus a $100 winner’s choice voucher. Entries were judged by a panel of four elected members with winners announced after voting closes for the People’s Choice award, which means it is your turn to judge. Scroll through the 40 entries in the photo gallery and the four entries in the video gallery and vote for your favourite in each category. Two People’s Choice Awards are up for grabs - one for the top polling entry in each category, each winner will receive a $100 voucher from a local business of the creators’ choice. Voting closes at 5pm this Wednesday.


Bringing some colour to the community

Lemon coconut slice

In times like these, we could all use a little brightening, something that reflects our come-together community spirit and makes us smile and that’s just what some of the gang at Grange Residential Care Service have done. Muriel Bailey, Dot Williams and Ada Robinson (all pictured) along with fellow artists Emma Hunt, Di Ryan, Marlene Clayton and Margory Meyer shared their colourful masterpieces with us. Karen McKenzie Art created this great, all ages activity to the Greater Hamilton community throughout the challenging isolation period. Check out Karen’s facebook page for more inspiring fun, colouring activities.

1/4 cup flaked coconut, toasted FILLING 2/3 cup fresh lemon juice 1/2 cup raw caster sugar 5 tablespoons custard powder 4 eggs 800ml light coconut cream 1 tablespoon finely grated lemon rind

Method Preheat the oven 180C/160C fan forced. Grease the base and sides of a shallow 20 x 30cm slab pan. Line with baking paper, allowing it to extend over the 2 long sides. Place the flour, seeds and desiccated coconut in a food processor. Process until almost finely ground. Add the sugar, coconut oil, eggs, vanilla extract and baking powder. Process, scraping down the side occassionally, until the mixture sticks together. Use the back of a wet spoon to press the mixture evenly into the prepared pan. Prick the base with a fork. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until golden. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool. For the filling, whisk the lemon juice, sugar and custard powder in a saucepan over low heat until smooth. Whisk in eggs, coconut cream and lemon rind until smooth. Continue whisking over medium-low heat until the mixture just comes to the boil and thickens. Pour the mixture over the base, spreading evenly. Place in the fridge to chill overnight. Remove the slice from the pan. Top with lemon slices, if you like. Cut into 20 pieces and scatter with toasted coconut.

Youth driver program back on the road The District Council of Grant’s popular Youth on Wheels is headed back to the road after a short term hiatus of the program as a result of recent restrictions. New participants are encouraged to apply for the program so the roster can be fully utilised and the car can be busily out and about on the road helping young people obtain their driving hours. To protect both participants and volunteers, a ‘return to operations’ plan has been put in place, which includes hygiene and cleaning protocols as well as contact tracing mechanisms. Funded and managed by the District Council of Grant, Youth on Wheels started its journey as Geared 2 Drive in 2013. Over the past seven years it has grown to become a standalone youth driver mentor program, tailored specifically for youth living in the District Council of Grant or City of Mount Gambier areas. Councils acknowledges the ongoing support of Barry Maney Ford throughout the tenure of the program. Early this year, the South East Unique and Classic Car Club saw synergies between the club’s values and community spirit and the Youth on Wheels program and subsequently

1 1/4 cups wholemeal spelt flour 1/3 cup sunflower seeds 1/4 cup desiccated coconut 1/4 cup)raw caster sugar 1/3 cup)solidified coconut oil 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking powder Lemon slices, to serve (optional)

Gallery opens in time to check out local exhibition extended an offer of financial sponsorship. Council is now excited to relaunch the program with the additional support of the South East Unique and Classic Car Club. Sponsorship funds will be used to assist with the costs associated with volunteer training in the areas of road safety and cultural awareness to assist volunteer’s better support the growing cohort of migrant and new arrivals needing to access the

program. People interested in finding out more about the Youth on Wheels program can visit https://www. dcgrant.sa.gov.au/YouthonWheels or call the District Council of Grant on (08)8724 0444. Above - Andrew Aldersey and Frank Mittiga of the South East Classic & Unique Car Club Inc and Jack Peacock - council volunteer for Youth on Wheels

Naracoorte Gallery reopened its doors last week and that gives the community time to pop in and see the Ibis Rising Competition Exhibition in person. The gallery’s major local art competition will be on display until Sunday, July 26. The gallery opening hours are Wednesday to Friday 10am to 4pm and weekends 10am to 3pm. Right - Ibis Rising Competition 2020 entry Mr Percival by Julie Earl

Small business write-off set to continue The Federal Government continues to back small business with the announcement that it will extend the $150,000 instant asset write-off for six months to December 31. Local businesses with annual turnover of less than $500 million will be able to take advantage of this extended timeframe to invest in assets to support their business as the economy reopens and coronavirus health restrictions

continue to be eased. These measures will support over 3.5 million businesses nationally, employing more than 9.7 million employees. They are designed to support businesses sticking with investment they had planned, and encourage business to bring investment forward to support economic growth over the near term. The instant asset write-off also helps to improve cash flow for

businesses by bringing forward tax deductions for eligible expenditure. The threshold applies on a per asset basis, so eligible businesses can immediately write-off multiple assets provided each costs less than $150,000. Member for Barker Tony Pasin (pictured) said the extension was great news for local businesses, giving them additional time to acquire and install assets, as they will now

have until the end of the year. “Assets can be new or second hand and could include for example a truck for a delivery business or a tractor for a farming business,” Mr Pasin said. “Hardworking Australian businesses can rest assured that the Federal Government will do all that is necessary to support them to bounce back stronger and get to the other side of this crisis. Local business are the lifeblood of our economy and I

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property Impressive solid family home 33 Annette Street, Mount Gambier Welcome to 33 Annette Street, Mount Gambier, a solid well-built stone home awaiting a family to simply move in and enjoy all the home has to offer. You will enjoy many features this home has to offer including an open plan kitchen/dining and living area with granite benchtops and breakfast bar, two drawer dishwasher, gas cook top, electric oven and a walk-in pantry. This spacious area is filled with natural light and opens out to an outdoor undercover, paved entertaining area. The home comprises of three bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite. Second bedroom with built in robes and third bedroom with built in robe and a built-in desk. A separate dedicated study room, main bathroom with shower, bath, vanity and a large laundry area with built in cupboards and bench tops. The amazing fully functional outdoor kitchen provides the perfect space to wine and dine with family and friends. Other features of the home include a double car garage under the main roof with internal access and a remote roller door, 14 solar panel 5kw solar system, R/C air conditioning, ducted heating and cooling, solar hot water, a vacuum and system and a security system. The home is currently leased on a periodic lease, is meticulously maintained and awaits your inspection to truly appreciate the location and all that this home has to offer.

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AGENT: Green Triangle Real Estate Elisha Beare | M: 0407 213 023 elisha@gtlivestock.com.au www.gtlivestock.com.au RLA: 280309 PRICE: $349,000

Home and land packages Mount Gambier Take advantage of the Governments building incentive packages. If you are a first homeowner or looking for a new residence these range home and packages could be perfect for you. Designed and to be built by 4 of Mount Gambier's leading builders. All homes come complete, carpet curtains and lawns, just walk in and enjoy. Be involved and pick your own colours and finishes. 20 O'Leary Road Mount Gambier ideal for the first homeowner 3 bedrooms $269,500 LOT 86 Bengalee Court Mount Gambier 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms rear access $365,000 LOT 42 Saint Andrews Drive Worrolong 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms double garage $395,000 LOT 87 Bengalee Court Mount Gambier 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms double garage $398,000 LOT 24 Birkdale Court Mount Gambier 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms double garage $398,000 Plans and schedules available by appointment with Peter Dempsey on 0418 854 393 Profile shown are examples.

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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: From $269,500


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property Loved family home awaiting its new owner 31 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier Blue Lake Real Estate has pleasure in offering for sale this well maintained stone home. The home has been with the same family since 1958! Now is the time for a new family to make their memories here. The property offers: • • • •

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Formal living room with gas log fire to keep you cosy on these cold winter days Kitchen/dine, updated two years ago, with electric cooking Four bedrooms, three with electric wall heaters Large family room at the rear of the home, perfect for family get togethers or to add your pool table. A split system air conditioner was added two years ago the ensure year round climate comfort Wool carpets throughout the home Bathroom with separate shower and bath Single block garage with remote roller door Paved outdoor entertaining area with fire place – perfect for a pizza oven Beautiful gardens with established fruit trees

The property would be an ideal family home or investment. Inspections are by appointment only. Call today to inspect.

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AGENT: Blue Lake Real Estate Kathryn Weddell-Lucas | M: 0457 759 788 Kathryn@bluelakerealestate.com.au www.bluelakerealestate.com.au RLA: 523701 PRICE: $239,000

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$470,000 • Blackbird industries home on just over 1 acre • Main open plan kitchen, dining and living area featuring spo ed solid gum flooring, sound system with speakers in ceiling and split system a/c • Double garage with toilet and vanity • Whole property runs on rain water - tanks total 10,000 gallons of water. Auto pop up sprinkler system to whole yard

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37A Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

$549,000-$569,000 Set amongst 1 1/2 acres of well established gardens along with amazing street appeal this home commands your a en on and takes pride of place in one of the most highly sought a er streets in Mount Gambier. What we love about this property: • A view from every window, backs onto Sugar loaf. • Up to five bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes. • The fi h bedroom is under the main house, an ensuite can be added to make the perfect BNB.

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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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$579,000 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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33 ANNETTE STREET. MOUNT GAMBIER

$349,000

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COMFORTABLE FAMILY LIVING IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION – Solid stone Family home on a 912m2 allotment in a highly sought-a er loca on. – 3 bedrooms, main with BIR, open plan modern kitchen / dining area with electric cooking, double sink, dishwasher and a large pantry, Bathroom with bath shower and basin

with a second shower and a toilet in the Laundry area, sizable lounge with slow combus on wood hea ng. – Other features of the home include gas ducted hea ng, r/c a/c, large rear yard with elevated mber deck, built in bar and zip track blinds for comfort and convenience. – Currently leased at $300 per week un l December 2020, the ideal family home or investment.

WATER FOR LEASE

Green Triangle Real Estate have been busy selling & leasing property. We would love to help you sell or lease your property!

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UNIT 1 $339,000 UNIT 2 $359,000 LUXURIOUS UNITS IN PRIME LOCATION – Two luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town – Unit 1 & 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms

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$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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RLA 226179

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If the allocated times do not suit then other times can easily be arranged.

Kim or Marika make it easy and are available to take your call or text to arrange your preferred time.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! Call Kim Cawthorne or Marika Hart on 0499 165 271

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3/89 Shepherdson Road, Mount Gambier BOOK NOW

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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Land approx. 5000m Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Contact Marika immediately to become qualified.

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- 3 bay shed with workshop, high clearance - Included amenities, gas HWS - Enviro cycle, 3 phase power, rainwater, town water - Corner flat block, fruit orchard, veggie patch - Approx. 5km to Mount Gambier CBD

- Foothills of the Mount Gambier Lakes region - Modern, stylish and spacious interior

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

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Federal Government’s “HomeBuilder” program, will provide eligible owner-occupiers (not just first home buyers) with a grant of $25,000 to build a new home or substantially renovate an existing home. In addition to the Federal $25,000 grant, at State level the SA Government has a First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) of $15,000 to eligible first home owners and is applied to the purchase or construction of a new residential property.

House and Land packages starting from $243,340

Kim and Marika have available House and Land packages to suit varying budgets. Contact them to find out more about the process.

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RLA 282 450

9 Wallace Street, Mount Gambier

157 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier

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NEW > BLUE CHIP LOCATION – RENOVATED TO GO

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An immaculate Mount Gambier stone home, positioned on a 1000m2 plus allotment, in one of Mount Gambier’s most prestigious streets. The home features 3 bedrooms, all with BIRs, updated kitchen with gas cooking, casual living area with beautiful views of the private rear yard and gas ducted heating. The sparkling new main bathroom offers the latest modern fittings & colour scheme. A separate formal lounge features an open fireplace with surrounding timber mantle providing a comfortable area for more intimate gatherings. Features include rear yard access to the large double car garage with adjoining double carport, all on a low maintenance allotment. A lovingly cared for home with charming street appeal in an A1 location, within walking distance to Reidy Park School, the city centre, and the lakes area. In Conjunction with Gambier Real Estate.

This tastefully renovated, solid stone home is warm and cosy, fit for a small family or a first home buyer who can just move right in and not lift a finger. Upon entering the home, you are greeted by a spacious lounge that includes a large s/c wood heater and a ceiling fan to accommodate for all climates. This flows through to the open plan dining and kitchen area with modern upgrades that include stainless steel appliances - complete with electric cooking. The remainder of the inside comprises of three freshly carpeted, queen sized bedrooms, bathroom with shower over bath, separate laundry and toilet which also connects to a mudroom with ample storage space. When you move outside, you will find the new undercover decking area with plenty of space for entertaining plus the perfect place to store all of the boys toys in the shedding amongst the fully secure and private rear yard.

$375,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 NEW 8D LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER $399,000-$420,000

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- Situated in one of Mount Gambier’s most sought after areas with spectacular uninterrupted northerly views over the city - Offering a kitchen/dining/family that opens out to the North facing balcony - Two bedrooms on the upper level, the master with ensuite & WIR - The lower level of the home contains a sizeable multi-purpose room which offers great flexibility Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 3 2 4

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- 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 sees this property set on 945m2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 2

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FOR SALE by Openn Negotation with the auction to be finalised on Monday 29th June at 6pm (unless sold prior)) Four bedrooms with BIR’s plus main bedroom with WIR & brand new ensuite, all carpeted with day & night blinds Living areas on both levels, downstairs offering a wood fire and upstairs offering a balcony Brand new kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher and s/s appliances Fully enclosed rear yard with double bay shed and workshop, plus two garden shed and paved entertaining area Within 1km of hospital & TAFE SA/UNI SA, and in close proximity of primary & secondary schooling

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Jess Starling 0419 360 001

NEW 10 VENICE CRT, MT GAMBIER $385,000-$395,000

Lot 31 O'Leary Road, Suttontown

- 3 bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite - Spacious formal lounge-room plus open plan kitchen/meals/family area - Loads of extra features including gas ducted heating, hardwood floors, solar, rainwater and 3 toilets - DBL car garage with remote entry & drive through access to the rear - Huge pergola/entertaining area with patio blinds Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 2

GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS

Starting from $129,000

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- Oozing character & charm is this delightful cottage with a 1 bedroom detached unit - Located in a highly sought after area on an approx. 720m2 lot - Loads of features including lounge with r/c aircon, main bedroom with BIR’s & open plan kitchen & dining room - The two bedroom cottage comes completely furnished WIWO - Outside features water tanks, garden shed & fruit trees Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Jess 0419 360 001 3 2 2

LOT 2 & 3 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON

$149,000

NEW > ATTENTION BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS - 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

$799,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 4 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- 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 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

Jess Starling SALES M: 0419 360 001

53 Boandik Terrace, Mount Gambier

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NEW > JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE TO DO – AND I’LL BE AS GOOD AS NEW!

NEW > BEAUTIFUL LIGHT-FILLED FAMILY SIZED HOME

This solid stone home is ¾ renovated and is now ready for someone to have a bit of fun to finish it off! The property is conveniently located just a short walk to schools and the Grantville Court Shopping Centre. Inside the home offers a lovely kitchen with electric cooking, timber benchtops and pantry whilst the open plan lounge/dining space is complete with brand new flooring, gas heating and ceiling fan. The three bedrooms have all recently had new carpet, new blinds and new light fittings installed. The almost completely renovated bathroom has new tiles, new tap fittings, new bath and is now just in need of a new vanity and some finishing off and you will have a lovely new room. The separate laundry has been recently upgraded, whilst the w/c just needs a new toilet to be installed, and you’ll be “good to go”. A great sized block, the current shed could do with some TLC, or you have heaps of space to install the shed of your dreams (STCA).

Sitting on an elevated allotment is this beautifully presented brick & tile home. The open plan lounge and dining area create a large family space, complete with s/c air con and heating. The galley-style kitchen offers electric cooking, a recently updated oven/griller & dishwasher whilst also looking over the rear undercover patio area. If three large bedrooms (which all include BIR’s) are not quite enough, then you will also find the additional room you’re after in the retreat separate to the main house, which also can be utilised as a fourth bedroom with it’s own ensuite. This well-maintained home is complete with a fully renovated bathroom in modern and neutral tones, with a separate bath and shower, plus a laundry with external access. In the private and secure backyard, you’ll find the undercover pergola equipped with zip-track blinds, plus additional space for storage in the garden shed and studio.

$175,000-$185,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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$259,000 Contact Jess Starling 0419 360 001 1 SPARROW AVE, MT GAMBIER

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$235,000-$245,000

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What is Openn Negotiation? Managed by real estate agents, Openn Negotiation is a transparent sales method which helps Buyers and Sellers find the true market price for a property, through an online bidding platform

For further information, contact Gail Richards on 0409 268 199 4/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER

$85,000

6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- 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

$65,000

75 ACRES

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 Lot 3 & Lot 5 also available!

2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST

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32937 Princes Highway, Burrungule

- Last vacant allotment available in well established area amongst quality homes - Elevated block of 819m2 - Close to MacDonald Park PS, St Martins Lutheran School & sporting complex - All services connected & plans available for prospective purchaser - Ring your builder today Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

8B WALLACE ST, MT GAMBIER

$170,000-$190,000

NEW > EXCEPTIONAL COUNTRY LIVING ON 75 ACRES

LOT 50 – 89 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER - Aramanta Developments is pleased to offer stage 4 of its latest land division, offering an amazing lifestyle, with spectacular views like no other in Mount Gambier - Situated on the city's northern outskirts, this estate will appeal to residents looking for value in a peaceful family neighbourhood - ONLY 5 ALLOTMENTS REMAINING IN STAGE 4! Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Gail 0409 268 199

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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

Outstanding country property conveniently located just a 15 minute drive from Mount Gambier. Beautiful character Mount Gambier stone home offering 4 spacious bedrooms, large two-way bathroom, separate family with games area, separate formal lounge, plus large windows offering magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. Upgraded dine in kitchen with wood stove, electric appliances, dishwasher & WI pantry. Set back from the main road with sweeping gardens surrounding the home, the property offers rainwater tanks & equipped bore. Shedding includes 14m x 6m enclosed iron shed, large implement shed, stables with shearing shed, plus many more. Fenced into 10 paddocks with sheep & cattle yards, crush with loading ramp plus electric fencing to most fences, the property is very well set up to those wanting to run cattle, sheep, horses and live a peaceful country lifestyle.

$849,000 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

112 Jubilee Highway West

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27 Derwent Court

$255,000

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Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular Birdsville area close OPEN to schools and local SAT shopping. An absolute 9.30 - 10.00 must to inspect!

The perfect family home- spacious bedrooms and two living areas. Huge block over 1110m2 (approx.) and great shedding. Stone OPEN garage approximately SAT 14m x 7.5m with power. 9.30 - 10.00 Expect to be impressed!

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47 Montebello Drive

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Deceptively spacious home ready for the largest family. Lovingly maintained in fantastic, quiet, elevated location. Loaded with OPEN ‘WOW’ – this home is a SAT must see! 10.15 - 10.45

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Central location equipped with shedding. Offering a versatile floor plan, 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR, spacious kitchen/meals/ OPEN family. Secondary formal SAT lounge/dining room, 10.15 - 10.45 large 7mX7m (approx)

5 Park Street

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

An exceptional family home, situated in the Western side of the City in the Hospital & Tafe precinct. Inspect and fall in love with this north facing property OPEN that has been fastidiously SAT maintained by the loving owners. 11.00 - 11.30

$142,000

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Immaculately presented gem perfect for the starter or ripe for investment. Three large bedrooms, large formal lounge, separate dining area, gas heating, plus split system heating and cooling system – offering so much for so little – be quick!

$559,000

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37 Hayes Crescent

22 Allison Street

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$375,000

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20A Boandik Terrace

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$297,500

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

Take advantage of the Homebuilders Government Grant LOT 36 Stella Place

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77 Tollner Road

a| 5001m2 approx

$39,000

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 Cobblestone Court

23 Agnes Street

$65,000

a| 378m2 approx

Allotment A fantastic elevated block in an ultra desirable location – stunning views & surrounded by quality homes – call your builder now!

$99,500

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Avail 7/7/20 $160 per week

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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6 Kalimna Crescent

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16 Ehret Street

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3/37 Bertha Street

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28 King Grove

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2/5A William Street

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2 Palamountain Street

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LOT 3 Melleray Court OB Flat

$75,000

a| 1358m2 approx

• Lifestyle allotment within the Port MacDonnell township • Services include power and Telstra • Fully bitumised road throughout • Allotments oh so close to the beach

Build your home or investment property, Schools and shops only a short walk away.

a| 416m2 approx

$114,500

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

COLLINS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER’S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION

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Avail 7/7/20 2 1 1 $160 pw •2 bedrooms •Kitchen with electric cooking •Lounge with electric heater •No pets •Property on the sales market

$120,000

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

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

6/12 Shepherd Street

$159,500

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Springview Estate STAGE 2

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

Gebhardts Property Management

6/12 Shepherd Street

1 Morgan Street

approx 2ha each $165,000 each

15 Noojee Street

A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants.

RENTALS UNITS\HOUSES

$157,000

(Zoned Rural Living)

Great start to build your dream, fully serviced, quiet cul de sac location, close to schools, shopping and reserves. Only 2 blocks left- be quick!

a| 819m2 approx

104&105 Haviland Crt, Port MacDonnell

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

46 Commercial Street West

6 Ellis Street

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

Avail Now 2 1 3 $260 pw •2 bedrooms both with built in robes •Updated kitchen/dining with electric cooking •Separate lounge with r/c aircon & s/c heater •Light filled sunroom •Single garage umr with remote •Detached double garage •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

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93-101 Commercial Street West

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282 Worrolong Road

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

400 Wireless Road West, Suttontown

$155,000

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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

8 Ivy Place

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$565,000

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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!

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

20 Patricia Court

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We have qualified buyers looking for properties to purchase we will make it easy for buyers to fall in love with your property with our FREE home styling and FREE professional photography package Call our friendly team today for a FREE no obligation appraisal.

$252,000

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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.

46 Jubilee Highway West

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$750,000

Resort style luxury by the sea. Morning walks on the beach – refreshing sea breezes and sunsets from your front or rear balcony – two street frontage – huge array of high clearance shedding and large shop area offering many uses & potential. Upstairs residence leased. MUST SELL - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED

List with Gebhardts. Experience the difference

54 Carpenter Rocks Rd, Carpenter Rocks

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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 home stands out in a crowd. Inspection will not disappoint.

9 Tanglewood Crescent

NEW PRICE

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

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.

29 Compton Street, Pt MacDonnell

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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$229,000

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

RENTALS 28 King Grove

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

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An ideal investment – add this home to your portfolio. Parkland outlook, long term tenant, outdoor entertaining & detached shedding. Close to schools & shops.

2/17 Canavan Road

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$325,000

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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.

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

3/19 Gray Street

2/5A William Street

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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.

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

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

Gebhardts Property Management

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101 Kingsley Road, Allendale East

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$329,000-$349,000

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

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

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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

Avail 17/7/20 3 1 1 $290 pw •3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe •Other 2 with built in robes •2 way bathroom •Kitchen/family/dine area with reverse cycle air conditioning •Separate lounge room •Large undercover entertaining area •Fully enclosed rear yard •Single garage UMR •No pets

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Avail 29/7/20 3 2 1 $295 pw •Three bedrooms, main with ensuite, all with BIR •Open plan kitchen/meals/family area •Separate lounge •Main bathroom with spa •Ducted gas heating •Single garage under main roof •No pets

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Commercial

Commercial • Prominent seafront location

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

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

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


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2/6 Heriot Street, Mount Gambier

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• Beautifully presented town house in a central position. Close to the rail walking trail and CBD. • Two bedrooms, office space and bathroom upstairs • Main bedroom ample storage and ensuite at the front of the home

3003/7 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier

$380,000 - $395,000 • Open plan kitchen/dine/living overlooks the courtyard and pergola • Gas cooktop, electric oven, large walk in pantry • Ducted gas heating plus split system • Storage in the ceiling cavity as well as under the stairs

6 Radley Court, Mount Gambier

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

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• Quality apartment with neutral tones, set over two levels with fantastic views over the city and beyond • A living room on each level, both with balcony access • Two bedrooms, on the upper level, with walk in robes and the main having an ensuite

$245,000 • Main bathroom with spa bath • Kitchen with induction cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry • Dining area with room for a large dining suite • Large laundry and a separate third toilet downstairs

9 Derwent Court, Mount Gambier

$320,000 • Wall oven, built in microwave, gas cooktop + dishwasher • Ducted gas heating throughout plus a split system air conditioner • Bedroom one with walk in robe & ensuite

LAND LARGE ALLOTMENT IN A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC • Build your dream home on this 828m parcel of land situated in an established area • Relatively flat allotment, previously utilised as a tennis court

$100,000 - $110,000 • SA Water meter in place and further utilities passing • Close to Akuna kindergarten, public playground and the new McDonalds • House and land packages available through Peter Cavanagh Homes or choose your own builder


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Naracoorte Lucindale Council HARRY TREGOWETH RETIREMENT VILLAGE, LUCINDALE VACANCIES Established in 1993, the Harry Tregoweth Retirement Village consists of 6 (six) two-bedroom, self-contained homes at Plane Street, Lucindale. The Village was established to meet a demand for local accommodation for individuals and couples aged 55 years or older and retired from full time employment. Unit 3 and 5 are available for lease under a “Right to Occupy Agreement”. The purchase price is $93,000 with a guaranteed buy back of at least 70% of the initial premium. Council retains 6% of the premium per year (or part thereof) to a maximum of 30%. A maintenance fee is charged by Council that contributes to expenses such as lawn mowing, rates, waste collection, building insurance and general maintenance of the unit. The fee is currently $285 per month. As a resident you retain responsibility for utility accounts, contents insurance, personal gardens and soft furnishing repairs & replacement (eg. carpet). Further details may be obtained by contacting the Council on 08-8760 1100 or by email council@nlc.sa.gov.au

DeGaris Place, (PO Box 555), Naracoorte SA 5271 • Phone (08) 8760 1100 • Fax (08) 8762 3139 • Email council@nlc.sa.gov.au • Web www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au

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COMPETITION FOR ASPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS

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In celebration of talented young local artists the Naracoorte Art Gallery is holding a competition and would like to invite all young local creatives to take part. The three student sections are: Up to and including Year 4; Years 5 to 7 and High School. There is no fee and no theme and many prizes to be won. All the work will be on display at the gallery from August 1 until September 27 as a part of the SALA festival, for which the gallery is a registered venue. The competition closes 4pm Friday, July 24. For an entry form email the gallery at naracoortegallery@gmail.com

I’ve picked up this week that I have a bit too much time on my hands. I’m basing this on the things I’m occupying my time, and particularly my mind, with. Let me explain it to you. Let me start by saying I like Tim Tams. They are a timeless Australian classic. I’m not trying to pick a fight with the Tim Tam people because I certainly don’t want to get put on the banned list. But there’s always been something that bothers me about them. There are eleven in a packet! Outrageous, right?! What do you mean you don’t see the problem? Let me explain. Eleven is a prime number. I said a prime number. I bet you wish you’d listened in Year 6 Maths now. A prime number is a number that is only divisible by itself and one. The only numbers that divide into eleven are itself (eleven –

keep up) and one. That means it’s a prime number. The number twelve is divisible by itself (12), one, two, three, four, and six. That means it’s not prime. The problem with there being a prime number of Tim Tams is that you’re often sharing a packet with other people. Unless there are eleven of you and you each have one Tim Tam, someone is going to get more of the Tim Tams. If there are four people, three people get three Tim Tams, and one poor person only gets two. Someone leaves the Tim Tam party feeling jipped. If there are five people, four get two Tim Tams, and one person eats three and has their four mates bitching about them until the next time they share a pack of Tim Tams. It’s not much better if you expand it to two packets of Tim Tams. While twenty two is not a prime number (read the explanation above if you’ve already forgotten), it doesn’t really help unless there are eleven people getting two Tim Tams each. When was the last time you had a gathering of eleven people (several months ago if you’ve been following the rules, I’d hope.) If Arnotts had have originally made Tim Tams in packets of 12, they really could have improved this situation

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Unichip Australia and New Zealand take pride in choosing only the best dyno tuners from around the country to fit, tune and warranty our product. There is very stringent training involved in becoming an Authorized Unichip Agent. Autocare Mount Gambier are proud to be associated with this company who produce the most advanced tuning module in Australia.

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Million dollar makeover for tourist park Tatiara District Council took over the management of the Bordertown Caravan Park in March this year and the facility is now set for a $1.4million dollar makeover. A $700,000 Federal Government grant as part of the Building Better Regions Fund was announced earlier this month, with the council set to foot the rest of the bill for the much needed redevelopment. “Accommodation infrastructure at the park has become quite dated over the years and many of the existing cabins no longer meet today’s visitor standards “Tatiara District Council CEO Anne Champness said. “The grant will help us transform the park with new, comfortable and attractive visitor accommodation. We will remove outdated cabins and concrete huts and replace them with eight modern cabins in landscaped settings.� Council was hopeful the revamp of the tourism facility would boost the region’s bottom line. “The improved visitor accommodation will help maximise the park’s potential to attract visitors to the Tatiara and keep them for a little longer,� Ms Champness said. “The project will provide economic benefit to the district during construction but also from increased visitation and visitor spend upon its completion.� Crunching the numbers is always somewhat of an unknown but based on traditional economic impact modelling, the $1.4million dollar injection of funds could generate 17 full time equivalent jobs during construction and a further eight as part of the ongoing operation of the holiday park. “We expect that there will be significant opportunity for local businesses and contractors to be involved throughout all aspects of the project,� Ms Champness said, as council looks to follow the usual strict tender process. With visitation around regional Australia being pushed by the powers-that-be across all levels of government, the overhaul of the Bordertown Caravan Park could not be better timed for the Tatiara community. “The project aims to position the Bordertown Caravan Park as an attractive stop-over point for people travelling between Melbourne and Adelaide,� Ms Champness said. “It will create modern and comfortable accommodation options that meet the changing demands and expectations of the self-drive visitor sector. New cabins, with different occupancy options and including an all-abilities-access option, will increase overall park capacity and visitor overnight stays, attract new visitors and grow awareness of the Tatiara as a visitor destination. This in turn will see increased spend in our towns, district and the Limestone Coast region.� And the overhaul of the accommodation will also have a much needed spin-off outside of peak tourism times. “While primarily visitor accommodation, the cabins also provide back-up to help ease our housing challenge,� Ms Champness said. “The Tatiara is a prosperous and innovative district, boasting a diverse agricultural base and strong businesses and industry, but our housing stock

has not kept pace with our growing economy and labour needs, and we are experiencing shortages in rental accommodation. The new cabins can provide an alternative, short-term option for new residents to our district while they find their future home.� Member for Barker Tony Pasin was thrilled to be able to announce the latest windfall for the Tatiara region. “The development of the Bordertown Caravan Park will provide substantial economic and community benefit, integral to the future sustainability of the township,� Mr Pasin said. “It’s projects like this that will transform communities and help ensure our productive and vibrant region remains strong, resilient and prosperous in the long term. In addition to the jobs created during construction and operation, the development will seek to deliver an increase in the number of visitor nights and expenditure in Bordertown and the region and improve the district’s capacity to host and attract events.� Above – Member for Barker Tony Pasin; Bordertown Caravan Park manager John Duff; Tatiara Mayor Graham Excell; Tatiara District Council CEO Anne Champness & Tatiara District Council director of corporate & community services Kingsley Green.

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It was in 2017 that Courtney Jolley started living her dream – working on a cruise ship – and she couldn’t be happier, having just returned from an eight month stint on Royal Caribbean Cruise’s second largest ship – the Quantum class Ovation of the Seas. Courtney’s inaugural stint with Royal Caribbean saw her cruising around Cuba, the Bahamas, Mexico and Brazil. On her latest adventure, she not only got to play tourist in Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, New Zealand and even Australia, she was working with a bigger cast. “It was great to meet new people,” Courtney said. Having been part of a 10 person cast in her previous gigs, her latest cruise was her part of a 22 strong cast. “Everything was bigger, the ship was bigger, the cast was bigger, the rehearsal period was longer and there was more material ad choreography to learn,” she said. It also saw Courtney secure understudy duties, both the dance position and the vocalist position, for the main role in the ship’s musical and when the lead hurt her back and

“...it puts the biggest smile on their faces because they love it so much…” was sidelined before the ship had even set sail, Courtney got her chance to headline a performance. “I had a few days to make sure I had completely learned the role,” Courtney said. “The first time I performed it was in front of the production casting director at the Royal Caribbean Studios in Miami.” Courtney enjoyed being part of The Beautiful Dream production – the ship’s main musical production – which centred on a man, with two children, who is visited by his departed soulmate in a very special dream. She returns to help him rediscover his passion for life and his will to love again. This is the biggest adventure of his life, the confrontation of his secret fears and the dream of his eventual awakening. “It was beautiful story of hope and I loved getting the opportunity to play the character of Mother,” Courtney said.

Then there was the Vegas-style show – Live Love Legs - a collection of incredible aerial acrobatics, nextgen choreography and superb vocal performances that come straight from the Broadway stage. “It was a real showgirl theatre show with lots of bling and feathers,” Courtney said. “You certainly work your butt off not just to be fit but to make sure you are in good shape because you are not wearing much. What we did wear was beautiful and it was by the same designer who used to do the Victoria’s Secret wings.” There is also a welcome aboard show and farewell show for the cast to create. Courtney also loves the on board dance lessons conducted by the cast’s dancers. “…you certainly work your butt off not just to be fit but to make sure you are in good shape because you are not wearing much…”

“We teach the Cha Cha and jive and the older passengers, in particular, love it,” Courtney said. “It puts the biggest smile on their faces because they love it so much.” Courtney boarded the ship in Canada where the cast went through handover. “We were shown the ropes and then we were off,” Courtney said. There was a learning curve for the new cast, with more sets and props and a moving stage to contend with the cast spending a week getting their ducks in a row. Courtney knows just how lucky she is, not just to be working in a career she loves but also seeing the world. “I have always lived by the saying if you are doing something you love you will never work a day in your life,” Courtney said. “When we were in Alaska and sailing around the glaciers and getting off the ship and going to hikes and whale watching and the stunning scenery, you just know how lucky you are.” From Alaska, the ship headed to Vancouver and then headed for Hawaii, with Courtney visiting many of the main islands. Then came another cruise highlight for the 21 year old dancer, who celebrated her 21st on board the ship. “Sailing into Sydney Harbour and seeing the bridge was amazing, really special,” Courtney said, as she savoured being a tourist in what equates to her own backyard. New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands were next on the cruise itinerary before the cruise was cut a little short – Courtney one of the lucky cruise ship workers who managed to port in her own country and get home before the real extent of the coronavirus shutdown took hold, unlike fellow former local dancers Michaela Pace and Jayden Prelc. “We got back the night before they closed the borders,” Courtney said. “I was so lucky – not only that I got off but that it was basically at the end of

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my contract as well.” So after mum Mandy picked her up to bring her back to Mount Gambier, the duo self isolated for 14 days and then everything was back to normal. With so much uncertainty surrounding international travel and the cruise ship industry, Courtney’s immediate plans will see her return to Adelaide once dance classes resume in full force. “I have made so many great connections in Adelaide and I’m looking forward to getting back into teaching,” Courtney said. “I teach at a couple of schools, including working at MJ Dance with Matt Cram.” Courtney has also assisted with local MJ Dance Studio classes while she has been home. She is set to branch out, though, and is in the throes of securing her Pilates qualifications and will work at CYFitness, in Norwood, through connections she has made over her dancing journey, with owners Angela and Cyriaque, who have a strong history in dance, as well as fitness and Pilates. While Courtney is still committed to pursuing life as a cruise ship performer, she does have a real passion for teaching and has her sights set on opening her own studio one day. “I can’t imagine ever getting tired of life on the cruise ships,” Courtney said. “So at the moment I will stay on my toes, keep fit, keep taking dance classes online and then see what happens. Everything is up in the air and I have to take it day by day.” From left - Courtney Jolley ready to play the lead in the cruise ship’s musical The Beautiful Dream; Courtney in action on stage; Courtney dressed as Ariana Grande for her on board 21st birthday celebrations & Courtney the tourist.


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Creating stunning entrance ways, interpretative signage, foreshore redevelopment, playground upgrades and community facility makeovers are all on the agenda of Limestone Coast councils following welcome windfalls from the newly established Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program and the fast tracking of the latest round of Financial Assistance Grants, to help stimulate local economic growth. The seven Limestone Coast councils earned a share of almost $3,500,000 from the new stimulus program, with an additional just over $8million in the fast tracked Financial Assistance Grants. Robe Mayor Alison Nunan echoed the sentiments of most local government officials when musing how to spend the much needed cash injection. “We’ve got a list as long as your arm,” Mayor Nunan said. One of the earmarked projects will see Robe inundated with signage – not just creating significant entrance signage and landscaping, which has been on the wishlist for many years, but also wayfinding signage to make Robe an even easier seaside getaway to navigate. “We have wanted to work on signage around the town, not just pointing out where anything of significance is but also telling the stories of landmarks and areas along our coastline,” Mayor Nunan said. Robe has also never really had stand out entrance ways and signposting the popular tourist destination is another high ranking project to be funded. That certainly looks to take up at least $100,000 of the $191,000 allocated as part of the Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program, with plenty of community consultation on the way to ascertain other worthy projects to be funded. “We thought we should get a couple of these bigger projects out of the way and then look at what’s left,” Mayor Nunan said. The Robe Foreshore (main photo) is also in the council’s sights with the extension of both the pathway and lighting to run all the way to the new ramp. Wattle Range Council also had plenty of projects on the books just waiting for a cash injection, according to Wattle Range Council director engineering services Peter Halton and in good news for a number of community

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projects, the recommendations were all ticked off the council at last week’s meeting, with council also making contributions over and above the Federal funding to get as much bang for their buck as possible. With just over $600,000 added to the coffers by the new grants program, Wattle Range Council is set to undertake a much needed redevelopment of the Susan Wilson Memorial Playground in Beachport. Two local road upgrades are also in council’s sights with Millicent’s Lossie Lane and the Mt Burr Service Road, while Penola will see both it’s north and south entrance points spruced up with entrance signage and landscaping, ensuring travellers are still directed to the town’s main street since the completion of the bypass project. The Beachport Bowling Club (above inset) is also set for a clubroom redevelopment in a bid to generate more income for the club. “We want to be able to encourage more business opportunities for them,” Mr Halton said. “These programs are about more than just building infrastructure but it needs to benefit the community and local business. We definitely hope this will stimulate the economy and

wherever possible we will be looking to local contractors.” Naracoorte Lucindale Council CEO Trevor Smart said the council would be working through the best options for spending the $573,718 funding pool from the Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program. “It can be spent on a range of projects – but cannot be on any programs or projects that are already within our draft 2020/21 Budget,” Mr Smart said, with all councils having to spend their latest stimulus funding by the end of June next year. “We haven’t determined what our projects are at this stage and council will consider a range of road and/or community infrastructure projects later this month.” The City of Mount Gambier was also working through its options, as was the Tatiara District Council, Kingston District Council and Grant District Council.

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The OneFortyOne Plantations Blue Lake Fun Run celebrated its 10th anniversary last year but the 11th running of the popular community event will not be run until 2021 after organisers made the tough decision to call off this year’s event, scheduled for later this year. Spokesperson Trevor Williams said it was a tough but necesary call before too much time, effort and expense went into 2020 planning. “It is definitely a bit of a shame,“ he said. “But it was the most resonsible thing to do.” Running an event that traditionally atttacts around 1000 participants was going to be tough to run under new social distancing protocols and in the end, planning for a bigger and better 2021 Blue Lake Fun Run was the most prudent call. “We were also not comfortable hitting up local businesses, who have always been so generous with donations and prizes, given how tough everyone has been doing it,” Mr Williams said.


LOCAL SPORT The Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League has made the tough call to abandon its 2020 season with the netball association expected to follow suit at a meeting on Monday night. In good news for junior development in the region, the league has plans to create a junior competition with the junior football officials meeting this week, with high hopes KanivaLeeor will be part of the revamped junior fixture once border restrictions are lifted on July 20. Border closures, player payments and uncertainty about crowd numbers were key factors in the vote to put things off until 2021. League president Peter McLellan said there were certainly mixed feelings in the room at last week’s meeting, with Kaniva-Leeor officials joining the discussion via Zoom, but in the end, it was a majority decision, made with heavy hearts. With the South Australian Government setting spectator numbers at 500 as of July 3, that number was still well below typical attendances for KNTFL fixtures, which normally sit around the 800 mark, so combining the issues with

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crowd numbers, players that could not cross the border to play for their selected club until at least July 20, the lack of match payments and the social distancing protocols needing to be overseen by hard working volunteers, both on and off the field, made for a situation that ended up being deemed unviable.

SOCCER LOOKS SET TO RETURN The Limestone Coast Football Association has taken another step closer to setting a 2020 season fixture in stone. The association board is now toying with a July 19 or July 26 start, depending on the final number of clubs involved in the 2020 season. If Portland is part of the competition and a bye is required, the Victorian based club will have an opening round bye, taking into account the opening of the SA borders on July 20. If there is an even number of clubs, the season will start on July 26.

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DWAYNE RUSSELL ROSANGELA 0419 366 649

GET YOUR DAY OFF TO THE PERFECT START Try drinking warm water with lemon and cayenne pepper to start the day with an alkaline kick and extra metabolism boost.

FINDING NEW STORAGE OPTIONS WITHOUT SACRIFICING SPACE Every square inch counts when you’re trying to max out storage. But you don’t have to build a fancy closet system or buy high-end accessories to meet your storage needs. Try using the backs of closet or cabinet doors and offthe-shelf add-ons to create helpful organising solutions which help you store more without taking up space.


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$21,990

6cyl 2.7L Turbo Diesel, 73,136kms, 6 Speed Auto, Tow Bar, Reverse Camera, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, 1 Owner, Bluetooth Connectivity, Electric Mirrors, Full-Service History

CERTIFIED

S264BMN

STOCK NUMBER SN8288

2016 TOYOTA CAMRY ATARA SL AUTO

$24,990

2.5L Petrol Engine, 35,520kms, CVT Transmission , Bluetooth Connectivity, Sat Nav, Pre-Crash Safety, Reverse Camera, Leather Accented Interior, Blind Spot Monitors, Low kms

XVU971

STOCK NUMBER SN8062

USED

2010 NISSAN NAVARA ST-R D22 4X4 MANUAL

$19,990 Tow Bar, 2.5L Turbo Diesel, 143,436kms, 5 Speed Manual, TJM Steel Bull Bar, Winch, Bluetooth, Central Locking, 17� ROH Alloys, Dual Batteries, iDrive System

S654BXE

STOCK NUMBER SN8271

USED

2012 HOLDEN COMMODORE CALAIS

$16,990 3.6L Petrol Engine , 97,798kms, 6 Speed Auto, Leather Accented Interior, Reverse Camera, 1 Owner, Rear Parking Sensors, Bluetooth Connectivity , Electric Mirrors

REDUCED

USED

2014 FORD TERRITORY TS AUTO RWD

REDUCED

STOCK NUMBER SN8278

CERTIFIED

S647CDO

REDUCED

At Noel Barr Toyota 783'/ STOCK72 NUMBER 783'/ SN8124 72

S827BKS

2016 LANDCRUISER PRADO GXL 4X4

WAS $44,990 | NOW $42,990 2.8L Turbo Diesel, 156,885kms, 6 Speed Auto, Tow Bar, Bluetooth, Satellite Navigation, Reverse Camera, 7 Seats ARB Summit Bull Bar, 7 Seats, 1 Owner, Keyless Entry

STOCK783'/ NUMBER SN817072 783'/ 72 6%: +<0

1JA8FC

2016 LANDCRUISER PRADO GXL 4X4

6%: +<0

WAS $52,990 | NOW $49,990

2.8L Turbo Diesel, 62,370kms, 6 Speed Auto, Tow Bar, 7 Seats, Rear Parking Sensors, Bluetooth Connectivity, Electric Mirrors Reverse Camera, Satellite Navigation, Alloy Bull

1FT8SM 2015 TOYOTA

STOCK783'/ NUMBER SN816872 783'/ 72 LANDCRUISER

GXL AUTO 4X4

WAS $74,990 | NOW $72,990

Sports 4.5L Twin Turbo Diesel, 86,394kms, 6 Speed Automatic, 01/16 Compliance, Satellite Navigation, Red Arc Electric Brakes, Anderson Plug, Genuine Tow Bar S963BYM 2018 TOYOTA

STOCK NUMBER SN8213783'/ 72 HILUX783'/ SR MANUAL 72

$42,990

4X4 D/CAB

2.8L Turbo Diesel, 14,945kms, 6 Speed Manual, Reversing Camera, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Genuine Tow Bar, Genuine Tonneau Cover, Brake Assist, Low kms

Business Vehicle Purchases are currently eligible for the Government’s ‘$150,000 Instant Asset Write Off’ Economic Stimulus Package. See www.noelbarrtoyota.com.au/instant-asset-write-off for more information^ Noel Barr Toyota 35 Bay Road, Mount Gambier T: 08 8721 3333 LMVD 65317 noelbarrtoyota.com.au ^T & C’s Apply. For more information on the Australian Government’s Instant Asset Write Off visit www.noelbarrtoyota.com/instant-asset-write-off. *Driveaway Price for used vehicles includes 3 months registration, stamp duty and CTP insurance


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Warren Munro 0417 861 199 warrenm@barrymaney.com.au

Tim Pietsch (Finance) 08 8721 3400 timp@barrymaney.com.au

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7 S EA TS 2016 NISSAN X-TRAIL TL T32 4X4

2013 HOLDEN MALIBU CD EM

2018 HYUNDAI SANTA FE ACTIVE DM5 4X4

X2016 FORD RANGER WILDTRAK PX 4X4

2017 FORD RANGER XLT PX 4X4

78,582kms, 18” alloys, reverse camera, 2 zone climate control, sat nav, heated leather seats, sunroof. S254BMJ Internet ID: 30802

68,662kms, auto, 17” alloys, climate control power windows, keyless entry. S238BDS Internet ID: 30819

Auto, 2.2 litres diesel, blindspot sensors, cruise, reverse camera, climate control, 7 seats, hill descent, 17” alloys. 1LV3XQ Internet ID: 30756

93,730kms, auto, 3.2 litres diesel, heated leather seats, sat nav, 2 zone climate control, 18” alloys, reverse camera, $ cruise, tow bar. YY137M Internet ID: 30788

97,367kms, auto, 3.2 litres diesel, cruise, reverse camera, 17” alloys, 2 zone climate control, sat nav, side steps, tow bar. S878BNT Internet ID: 30661

ONLY $

25,990

ONLY $

12,990

WAS

$

27,990

NOW

$

27,490

ONLY

42,990

ONLY $

39,990

2017 FORD EVEREST TREND UA

2016 FORD RANGER XLT PX 4X4

2015 VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK TDI420 CORE 2H

2009 NISSAN NAVARA TITANIUM D40 4X4

2014 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT ALLTRACK

47,050kms, auto,m 3.2 litres diesel, 7 seats, 18” alloys, 2 zone climate control, reverse camera, cruise, smart departure warning. S574BSR Internet ID: 30779

3.2 litres diesel, ARB bull bar, steel dropside tray, rolla roof rack, 17” alloys, 2 zone climate control, cruise, sat nav, tow bar. S976BKC Internet ID: 30765

85,587kms, auto, 2 litres diesel, cruise, 16” alloys, air conditioning, bluetooth, power windows. S033AQR Internet ID: 30722

6sp manual, 2.5 litres diesel, 17”alloys, air conditioning, cruise, power windows. S033BDZ Internet ID: 30560

75,664kms, auto, 2 litres diesel, heated leather seats, sat nav, dvd player, 2 zone climate control, cruise, reverse camera. S953BMV Internet ID: 30751

ONLY $

39,990

ONLY $

40,990

WAS

$

28,990

NOW

$

26,990

ONLY $

17,990

WAS

$

$

23,990

NOW

22,990

INSTANT ASSET WRITE OFF Take advantage of the Federal Government’s new economic stimulus package Buying a New or used Car or Truck has never been less taxing with the Federal Government’s new Economic Stimulus Package. Announced earlier this week, businesses with an annual turnover of up to $500 million now have the opportunity to take advantage of several stimulus initiatives including:

2016 FORD TERRITORY TX SZ

2016 FORD RANGER XL PLUS PX

2018 FORD ESCAPE TITANIUM ZG 4X4

61,433kms, auto, 2.7 litres diesel, 17” alloys, climate control, sat nav, full service history, bluetooth, reverse camera. 1JR51F Internet ID: 30725

91,723kms, auto, 3.2 litres diesel, bluetooth, cruise, heavy duty tow bar, ARB lockable canopy, bull bar. S987AQU Internet ID: 30720

12,759kms, auto, sunroof, WAS $31,990 cruise, reverse camera, 19” alloys, 2 zone climate control, NOW bluetooth, sat nav, heated $ leather seats. 1OY5NQ Internet ID: 30717

WAS

$

$

23,490

NOW

22,490

ONLY $

30,990

30,990

$150,000 INSTANT ASSET WRITE OFF Applicable to any eligible new or used car with a purchase price of up to $150,000 (excluding GST), or less acquired from 12 March to 30 June 2020 The information provided is general in nature and all customers must seek their own independent tax advice and accounting advice before making a vehicle purchase. You can find out more about the Government’s new Economic Stimulus Package via the ATO or your Tax accountant.

2014 HYUNDAI IMAX TQ-W 39,902kms, 5sp auto, 2.5 litres diesel, 8 seats. 2 zone climate control, front power windows, 16” alloys. S348BCY Internet ID: 30700

WAS

$

$

26,490

NOW

25,990

2017 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER PRADO KAKADU 4X4

2016 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0D

45,027kms, auto, 2.8 litres diesel, dual range, sat nav, sunroof, vision cameras, heated leather seats, 18” alloys, cruise. ANS113 Internet ID: 30786

84,118kms, 2 litres diesel, WAS $28,990 heated leather seats, sat nav, cruise, bluetooth, 2 zone NOW climate control, 18” alloys, $ reverse camera. S789BMJ Internet ID: 30758

ONLY $

64,990

28,490

113 Commercial Street East, MOUNT GAMBIER LVD 106736 Prices exclude Government charges SALES HOTLINE 08 8721 3400 OR TOLL FREE 1800 042 270

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HI-VIS VALUE

EVEREST TREND 4WD 3.2L

ENDURA TREND FWD FROM

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$

DRIVEAWAY

$

*

DRIVEAWAY *

· 8" Colour Touch Screen

· 8" Colour Touch Screen

· Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Integration · AEB & Lane Keep Assist

2

· Towing Capacity 3,000kg 3

UP TO

5 YEARS’ FREE

43,990 XX ,XXX

1

· 18" Alloy Wheels • Adaptive Cruise Control 2 • AEB & Lane Keep Assist 2

SCHEDULED SERVICING*

*Offer available on 2020 plate, MY2020.25 Everest model shown and 2019 plate, MY2019 Endura model shown, while stocks last. Vehicles must be purchased between 1/5/20 and 30/6/20 and delivered before 2/7/20. Prestige paint available at additional cost. Private and Blue, Silver and Gold Business Fleet customers only. This offer includes your standard scheduled servicing requirements, being A and B logbook services and Additional Scheduled Maintenance Items (unless only required for vehicles operated under severe/unusual conditions) as listed in your Customer Assistance, Warranty and Service Guide, for 5 years or 75,000kms, whichever occurs first. Customers must comply with the recommended scheduled servicing intervals. Any other service or maintenance work required is not included and your dealer will discuss these with you prior to proceeding with the work. Ford Australia and Ford Dealers reserve the right to further reduce recommended prices, or otherwise change or extend offer. See ford.com.au for full details. 1. Apple CarPlay/Android Auto requires phone with compatible version of Apple iOS/AndroidTM (as applicable), active data service and connection cable (sold separately). SYNC® does not control Apple CarPlay/Android Auto while in use. Apple/Google and other third parties are responsible for their respective functionality. Message and data rates may apply. Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc. Android™ is a trademark of Google Inc. 2. Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. May not operate at certain speeds, or in certain driving, road or weather conditions. LKS is designed to operate at speeds above 65km/h on multi-lane roads with clearly visible lane markings. 3. Maximum towing capacity using a Genuine Ford tow pack. Subject to State and Territory regulations. To comply with these limits, occupants and / or luggage may need to be restricted. For further details regarding passenger and luggage restrictions, please consult your authorised Ford Dealer and / or refer to the Owner’s Manual.


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