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The Rotar yClub of Mount Gambier West has had a busy time with a handover of the president’s role, a presentation of an honourary life membership and two Paul Harris Fellow recipients. The presentation of a Paul Harris Fellow recognition is the Rotary Foundation’s way of expressing its appreciation for a substantial contribution to its humanitarian and educational programs. It is named after Rotary’s founder Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer who started the organisation with three business associates. It recognises that a gift of US$1000 will fund projects and programs to improve and invigorate the lives of people around the world and enhance international fellowship and understanding.

Rotary club gets busy with prestigious presentations

Top far left - Incoming president of the Rotary Club of Mt Gambier West Andy Stott (left) takes the chain of office from immediate past president Matthew Dixon. Top left - Morven Hutchesson (left) was awarded honorary membership by outgoing president Matthew Dixon at the recent changeover dinner of the Rotary Club of Mt Gambier West. Bottom left (from left) - Greg Appleyard (left) was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow for his work within Rotary & the community from outgoing president Matthew Dixon and David Muller was also awarded a Paul Harris Fellow from outgoing president Matthew Dixon.

Kids put a smile on older residents’ faces Kind-hearted children are writing letters and creating art pieces to give to older residents in aged care facilities to boost social connections during the coronavirus pandemic. The Sunshine Project’ initiated by the Glenelg Collaborative COVID Communications group is bringing plenty of smiles and responses to those residents in aged care facilities who have little to no family visiting. The letters and artwork have been delivered throughout last month to places such as Harbourside Lodge, Seaview House, and Heywood Rural Health Aged Care, as well as to Winda Mara clients. Local primary schools have been highly engaged with the project, encouraging students to write letters and create artwork pieces for the project. The schools involved include Narrawong Primary School, Portland South Primary School, Bundarra Primary School, and All Saints Primary School. United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said social isolation has affected most of the community, however, residents of aged care facilities are feeling the consequences more than most. “Residents in aged care facilities

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are already isolated to a certain extent,” Ms Carr said. “This has been amplified further with the total lockdown of some facilities. Residents are enjoying the letters and artwork. We’ve received some lovely letters of thanks that we have passed onto the primary schools,” concluded Ms Carr. One of these is from Mike Barratt, a resident of Seaview House. “May I say a big thank you for your lovely cards, letters, and drawings,” Mr Barratt wrote, on behalf of all the residents who received a special delivery. “It was very kind and

thoughtful of you all.” Artworks and letters, from any interested community member, are being collected from the various drop off points throughout Glenelg Shire until July 31. These include Woolworths Portland, Narrawong Post Office, Winda Mara Heywood, and Foodworks Casterton. Above - Bonnie Blackburn and Marj Brain from Seaview House are thrilled to read the letters and artwork from the children.

Naracoorte Lucindale Council has been focusing on enticing tourists travelling through the Limestone Coast to explore Naracoorte’s town centre. The Naracoorte Caves Connection Wayfinding Project Plan identifies a series of projects that are being implemented to direct visitors into the town centre and to promote the attractions. One of these projects, with the support of the Naracoorte Lucindale Business & Tourism Association, was the removal of the Naracoorte Visitor Information Bay. The nformation bay was run down and difficult to keep up to date and has been replaced with the everincreasing use of online technology to source visitor information. The parking bay has been retained and

is surrounded by plenty of gum trees for shade and shelter and is great to pull into for that selfie with “Dippy”. This entrance to Naracoorte will be further enhanced with the soon to be installed promotional banners featuring local attractions and events encouraging visitors to head into the town centre and call into the Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre. For more information on how we are enhancing the ‘sense of arrival’ for visitors and connecting Naracoorte to the Caves, check out the Naracoorte Caves Connection Wayfinding Project Plan at council’s website.


Cover - Russell Industries - Locals serving locals for more than 20 years

What started with qualified mechanic Russell Collins offering mechanical repairs at Yahl 25 years ago, has developed into one of the region’s most trusted suppliers of agricultural equipment for almost three decades with Russell Industries building its reputation on outstanding, expertise and customer service as well as a commitment to providing trusted, quality brands. Locally owned and operated by Russell and Robyn Collins, the Jubilee Highway East business can assist the man on the land with a wide

range of products and services, from tractors to seeding equipment, from balers to other hay equipment, from sprayers to on farm transport, Russell Industries is your one stop shop for expert advice and personalised service. Russell Industries is also at the forefront of all your maintenance and repair needs, with a fully equipped workshop and experienced staff to keep your equipment running at its best and all the accessories that ensure your equipment works more efficiently and effectively to get the job

done with a minimum of fuss. The business also offers radiator sales and repairs for all makes and models and an extensive range of spare parts for most applications. Russell Industries prides itself on being locals serving locals and the trusted, expert team are all familiar faces around town. Russell Industries have teamed up with some of the most trusted brands on the agriculture landscape including New Holland, Pottinger, Giltrap, Hardi and Polaris and as stockists of these quality brands, they can find the right fit for you and your needs. Now is also the perfect time to take advantage of the Federal Government’s extension of the $150,000 instant asset write-off to the end of the year as the government looks to spur businesses to invest. The instant asset write-off threshold of $150,000 for businesses with an aggregated turnover of less than $500 million and now runs until December 31. So head to 205 Jubilee Highway East or call (08)8725 2022 and find out

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e v E t u o b a It’s all More than three decades ago, Eve Carlin signed up as a volunteer at the Port MacDonnell Library, starting a journey that saw her become a much loved community leader and while her local government career has had many twists and turns, she has closed this chapter of her life, which saw her rise to Port MacDonnell Community Complex coordinator, just as it started – as a library volunteer. And while Eve might have officially stepped away from her community complex coordinator role, her passion for the seaside community will no doubt see her continue lending a helping hand but that will be in between long lunches with friends and plenty of time with family, especially her grandchildren. Eve was given a public send off at a recent open day at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex and displayed the grace that has typified her service to the community over more than three decades. “On finishing, I would like to thank the Port MacDonnell community and the public for their ongoing support of the community complex,” Eve said. “I also wish to thank council, staff and volunteers for all their dedicated work, and support throughout my journey with the District Council of Grant. It has been a real pleasure

working alongside of you all.” It was in 1987 that Eve started volunteering in the library and a year later she was appointed assistant library officer, taking on the top role in 1993. It was that year that the Port MacDonnell Library was renamed the Mary Lattin Memorial Library, relocating to 2 Meylin Street the following year, when Eve also spent a life changing three months working at the Mount Gambier Library. “The experience I gained not only benefitted me personally but also the Mary Lattin Memorial Library through my increased understanding of various procedures,” Eve said. “We forged a strong helpful relationship.” It wasn’t long before the Mary Lattin Memorial Library was headed for a new location, the council meeting room, as part of the amalgamation of the Port MacDonnell District Council and the District Council of Mount Gambier in 1996 and in September of the following year, Eve was head of a whole new facility as she took on what was a council branch office, offering a whole lot more than just the opportunity to borrow books. “We became the District Council of Grant, Library, Internet and Tourist and Community Information Centre,” Eve said.

“…it was a part of the job I really loved… ”

So Eve the librarian, became Eve the tourism officer and pseudo IT specialist and by 2001 she was also a bank teller and government services official with opening, by then Member for Barker Patrick Secker, of the Rural Transaction Centre. The office and library merged and an additional range of government and banking services were made available to the public including ANZ local link, Medicare, Centrelink, Employment Plus, tourist and community Information and internet services. The delivery of State Government and Service SA services, Bank SA, Bendigo Bank and Ezy Reg were eventually added to services offered at the seaside one stop shop. Eve’s ability to be a jack of all trades was eventually acknowledged when Services SA director Greg Parker handed her the Best Marketing Award for the Port MacDonnell Rural Transaction Centre on behalf of the District Council of Grant in 2003. The following year Eve commenced arguably her most critical role as the opening hours of the centre

increased and a trainee program was introduced. “It was a part of the job I really loved,” Eve said. “Teaching and guiding young people in the many facets of the complex.” That program is her greatest legacy from her time running the Rural Transaction Centre. It is hardly surprising that when the Port MacDonnell Community Complex opened in 2011, Eve was appointed coordinator and just like every other role to which she turned her hand, the complex continued to evolve and develop, adding the Port MacDonnell & District Maritime Museum and the art gallery to this community hub. Eve’s leadership and the efforts of volunteers and support of the

“...it has been a real pleasure working alongside of you all…”

community saw the complex crowned with a State Tourism Award in 2013 for outstanding achievements and significant contributions demonstrating excellence in regional leadership. You don’t juggle that many balls without sometimes having some challenging times and Eve admitted she has had her share of trials, as well as the triumphs. “One of my most memorable moments was when we changed over to the One Card system, this was a mammoth undertaking but with the help of my colleague and collaborator Angela we eventually managed to carry on,” Eve said. “While we persisted with the introduction of the new system, Sharyn managed the remainder of the complex and I want to say a big thank you to both these ladies.” The District Council of Grant is all too aware what Eve has brought to the Port MacDonnell community and the huge void she will leave – not just her knowledge but her unrivalled work ethic and her ability to bring others along for the ride. “The District Council of Grant has valued Eve’s exceptional knowledge of the Port MacDonnell area, community and its history which has enabled her to contribute and add value to the many community groups with which she has formed longstanding relationships,” CDEO Darryl Whicker said. “Eve has been involved in many community events such as the Women’s History Group, the 150th Admella celebrations, Tourism Award celebrations, gallery openings and library markets.”


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Member for Barker Tony Pasin has recently announced Kingston District Council is one of 24 successful applicants to receive Federal Government funding under the Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program. Around $580,000 in funding will now flow for events and projects across fire affected regions, helping to boost domestic visitors through unique local experiences. “With restrictions easing, and planning for events and projects starting again, it’s fantastic that Kingston is developing this unique project which will help revive the regional tourism industry,” Mr Pasin said. “One in 13 Australian jobs is dependent on tourism, as are many thousands of Australian businesses. Australia attracts close to nine million international arrivals annually and the absence of international tourism is a huge blow to the sector.” The $30,000 grant funding for Kingston District Council will be used to develop an augmented reality art project called ‘Moving Pictures’ that will be located in central Kingston. By downloading a free app, viewers will be able to experience a static painting come to life through three-dimensional animations. The funding will be used for project management, artist fees and to develop and implement the animation, augmented reality and associated app technology once the artwork has been produced. The project is scheduled for completion in April next year. “This project will not only be a boost for the local tourism industry but also a morale boost for the local community after a really tough start to the year with the Keilira bushfire,” Mr Pasin said. The Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grant Program will support events to encourage tourists back into our bushfire affected regions and is part of a $76 million tourism recovery package to protect jobs, small businesses and local economies.

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Building for the future Tenison Woods College is excited about building something special, and it’s not just with bricks and mortar. This innovative new development ‘The Gilap Wanga Learning Community’ has been going full steam ahead, supporting local contractors during this challenging time. This new Learning Community has been built exclusively for students in Year 7 through to Year 9, in preparation for 2021 when Year 7 will be offered at the college as high school for the first time, when the concept of Middle School becomes

a formal part of education ion South Australia. It’s the perfect environment for students transitioning from primary to secondary school, focusing on connection, choice and challenge. This centre is a ‘community within a community’, featuring a curriculum that puts each child at the heart of learning. The Gilap Wanga Learning Community exemplifies the college’s commitment to nurturing a strong and connected community. It is a place and a space dedicated to ‘deep

“...it really is such a beautiful place to work and we are thrilled that our students feel so at home here at Tenison Woods College...” Alex Window (Poplars Inclusive Education coordinator)

listening and this naming of the new learning area is a sign of respect to the traditional custodians of the land, the Boandik People of the South East region. Nestled amongst a stunning backdrop showcasing the Sugarloaf Mountain, this centre really is something special, and is the size of most regular primary schools alone. Students will have access to a closeknit group of core teaching staff, to really highlight the connection to our college community. Principal David Mezinec said enthusiasm was really mounting at the college for this new chapter of their story. “We are very pleased to be able to offer this amazing new community that is unfolding to our students and staff,” Mr Mezinec said. “And what is exciting me the most is, at the heart of the learning community, there is a wonderful amount of collaboration that has taken place, to offer a completely customised learning program that will give students an edge. “We believe that each student is different and therefore their learning program should be flexible to meet each student’s needs. “Research indicates that young people thrive when living and learning in an environment that optimises both choice and challenge. “Furthermore, our integrated wellbeing model enhances this critical choice and challenge, providing also the conditions that best support positive mental health and overall wellbeing.” “...we are so pleased that local jobs have not been lost, during this time...” Shane Dycer (Dycer Constructions) Alex Window, one of the Poplars Inclusive Education Centre coordinators said they were fortunate to have their area of the Gilap Wanga Learning Community construction completed first. The Poplars Students have settled into their new surroundings and are absolutely loving the new facilities, including a cooking classroom for some excellent life skills to be taught and perfected. “It really is such a beautiful place to work and we are thrilled that our students feel so at home here at Tenison Woods College,” Mr Window said. Project manager Shane Dycer, of Dycer Constructions, has been happy with the progress “We are so pleased that local jobs have not been lost, during this time,” Mr Dycer said. “In fact, we have hired more staff to cater for the demand of this large construction, to ensure its completion. I am pleased to maintain the long-standing relationship that we have with Tenison Woods College.” Above - Project manager Shane Dycer & Tenison Woods College principal David Mezinec.


Regional airport upgrade still on track

Jeff farewelled from saleyards The Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange farewelled Jeff Jarred earlier this month, after he clocked up 50 years of working life, calling the NRLE home since 2002, most recently as assistant manager. Jeff (pictured right with NRLE manager Richard James) has been a valuable part of the NRLE with his knowledge and excellent organisational skills.

Staying hydrated was never so easy Naracoorte Swimming Lake now has a free water fountain so you can quench your thirst at any time. Naracorote Lucindale Council installed the fountain earlier this month after securing a grant from SA Water. The fountain provides free, safe, clean water when you’re out and about - whether it’s at the swimming lake, enjoying a stroll along the Naracoorte Creek Walk at the Naracoorte North Nature Park or sweating it out on the Naracoorte Lake parkrun. You can choose to either take a drink directly or fill up a reusable bottle with water from the fountain. The smart design of the fountain includes a ‘water window’ allowing easy filling of a reusable bottle.

A delay in the supply of glass and glazed louvres for the Mount Gambier Regional Airport has resulted in the Stage 1 build not being fully weather proofed by the original hand over date of mid-July. Grant District Council, Ashley Halliday Architects and the construction team from Kennett Builders have revised the timeline by four weeks to ensure delivery and installation of the glass and other items. High performance glazing is a main design feature of the building, which includes large panels of blue coloured glass throughout, with the glazed louvres assisting in the control of day to day ventilation in the check-in and arrivals hall as well as the departure

Art project funding Leadership Great South Coast has announced an exciting new project courtest of almost $50,000 in Victorian Government funding as part of the Stronger Regional Communities Program. The Indigenous War Memorial Mural Project, which has also seen the project team raise more than $50,000 of its own to go towwards costs, which will see the Heywood Water Tower become a giant canvas and in partnership with Gunditj Mirring Wannon Water and Glenelg Shire Council, the silo art will become part of a growing Great South Coast Art trail.

lounge. The effective use of glass alongside other sustainable and energy saving initiatives is key design philosophy that features in the Ashley Halliday designed building. Kennett Builders project manager Carlin McNeil, said that while the supply delay has involved some reworking of the short term construction schedule, the final December 2020 handover will not be affected. In the interim, airport users will continue to utilise the temporary terminal, however, improved road access and the diversion of traffic away from the main construction area will be established during the winter months. Public access to the first part of the

new terminal will include the arrivals hall, check-in area, café, car hire desks and the baggage carousel. Further details regarding road access and parking arrangements will be released closer to the time. The Mount Gambier Regional Airport Upgrade is funded by the Australian Government through the Building Better Regions Fund in partnership with the South Australian State Government.

KINDERGARTEN ENROLMENT ON THE HORIZON Kindergartens across the Glenelg Shire will soon be accepting enrolments for 2021 as part of the upcoming Enrolment Week. Enrolments for all Glenelg Shire Council managed three and four year old kindergarten programs will be open during the week of July 20 – 24, the official enrolment period. Glenelg Shire Council children’s services manager Janine Johnstone encouraged families to start preparing their enrolment information. “Due to current health restrictions, our Open Day events have gone online and we are offering virtual tours of all our services on the Glenelg Shire Council Children’s Services Facebook page,” she said. Enrolment forms can be downloaded from Glenelg Shire Council website from July 20. Alternatively, families can collect a hard copy enrolment pack from any Glenelg Shire Customer Service Centre. Three and four year old Kindergarten Programs for 2021: • Kathleen Millikan Centre, Casterton • Dartmoor Children’s Centre • Portland Child and Family Complex • Kalbarri Kindergarten • Jaycee Kindergarten • Heywood Kindergarten

Playground back open for business

Work has been completed on Naracoorte’s popular Market Square playground, so you can once again enjoy all it has to offer.The upgrade saw Active Recreation Solutions replace damaged astro turf and rubber.


(Any colour you want) City of Mount Gambier continues its work in the waste and recycling space with the launch of a competition encouraging residents to paint their recycling bins. Created in response to the popularity of bin outings during COVID-19, the competition enables residents to express creativity while highlighting the importance of recycling. “The Australian wheelie bin has become an icon as people in isolation have taken to dressing up in costumes in order to take their bin out, with the Bin Isolation outing group on Facebook now attracting a worldwide following of more than 1 million people,” Riddoch & Main Corner Coordinator Talie Teakle said. “At the Riddoch we took this idea a step further and thought it would be fun to dress the bin up instead, developing a video tutorial as part of the online ‘Riddoch at home’ program.” Residents are invited to paint the bottom half of their blue recycling bin to either identify their street number, or to promote the types of materials

that can be recycled. “Council has ramped up waste and recycling initiatives around the city with the recent introduction of a bulky waste trial, suspension of FOGO fees and a waste survey which will help to inform an upcoming education campaign, so to complement that we came up with the idea to offer a competition for dressing up your recycling bin,” Ms Teakle said. “Not only does it encourage people to learn about the items going into recycling, but it will also add a lot of colour and individuality to bin day in your street.” Entrants can submit their artwork under two categories: Paint your recycling bin featuring your street number and paint your recycling bin with a recycling theme. To enter email a photo of your completed bin along with your contact details to riddoch@mountgambier. sa.gov.au A first and second prize will be awarded for each category. “First prize winners will receive a compost bin from the Compost Revolution range and a $25 art

supplies voucher to be spent at the The Riddoch and Main Corner retail shop, while second prize is a $50 ReUse Market voucher and a $25 art supplies voucher,” Ms Teakle said. Entries close Monday, August 31.

Better by Nature film & photo competition

Under 10 Years Short Film winners Grace & Matilda Doolan (Better by Nature)

10-18 Years Short Film winner Liv Neagle (The Nature of Naracoorte)

COMPETITION CONDITIONS

Above - The Riddoch and Main Corner Complex assistant programmer & customer service officer Emma Telford.

• Only the BLUE recycling bin can be painted and any artwork must be below the logo. • Painting the bin is at the entrant’s own costs. • Any entries that include negative or derogatory content will not be considered. • Modifications that may affect the structural integrity of the bin are not permitted, ie. drilling of holes, etc. • For your safety please paint in a well ventilated area and follow paint safety precautions as outlined on packaging. • City of Mount Gambier employees and their immediate family are ineligible for prizes.

The Naracoorte Lucindale region has been brought into sharp focus courtesy of the Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s Better by Nature Community Wellbeing Short Film and Photo Competition. The competition called for locals to capture their region and 44 entries were received, giving the panel of judges, made up of four councillors, plenty of food for thought, with community members also given the chance to vote for two People’s Choice winners across both mediums. 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 during May and had to be original works depicting locations in the Naracoorte Lucindale region, focussing on what it’s like to live in the area and what they enjoy about it. Mayor Erika Vickery OAM, who was a member of the judging panel for the awards, presented the prizes at a presentation at the Naracoorte Town Hall at the end of last month. She said panel members were extremely impressed with the creativity and standard of the entries, and announced that council would run the competition again next year following its success this year. Mayor Vickery also thanked everyone for all the effort they had put into their entries and looked forward to seeing them feature in material promoting the council area. The films and photos can be viewed at www.yoursay.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/better-by-nature - more winners images page 22 & 23.

Over 18 Years Short Film winner Annabelle Haynes (Love Where You Live) Annabelle also won the People’s Choice Award for her short film Lover Where You Live.

Under 10 Photography winner & runner-up Eddy Ottoson-Crossling (Feathers & Koppamurra Colours)


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property Luxurious Units in Prime Location Unit 1 & 2/18 Lee Court, Mount Gambier Welcome to Unit 1 & Unit 2 18 Lee Court Mount Gambier. Two luxurious, conveniently located units offering the purchaser a variety of possibilities. Unit 1 Unit 1 is currently utilised as an AirBnB with steady bookings throughout the year, particularly of interest to doctors & specialists visiting the Mount Gambier Hospital which is just minutes from these spectacular units. The property is appealing to a variety of travellers due to the quiet location and its proximity to the Marketplace, UniSA, TAFE and the centre of town. Executive style living comprising of 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, with built in robes in the remaining 2 bedrooms. The open plan modern kitchen offers gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space and overlooks the dining and second living area. You will love gas ducted heating throughout the home through the winter months. Relax and unwind in the expansive formal lounge area or entertain in the undercover outdoor area overlooking neat, low maintenance gardens. 3bed 2bath 2car Unit 2 Unit 2 also offers executive, modern living with 3 bedrooms main with WIR and ensuite and built in robes in the two remaining bedrooms. Spacious open plan kitchen, dining and second living area with gas cooking, dishwasher and ample cupboard space, also fitted with gas ducted heating, a formal lounge, stunning outdoor entertaining area & low maintenance gardens. 3 bed 2bath 2car An inspection of these amazing units will not disappoint and offer endless possibilities.

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AGENT: Green Triangle Real Estate Elisha Beare | M: 0407 213 023 elisha@gtlivestock.com.au 50 James St, Mt Gambier RLA: 280309 PRICE: Unit 1 $339,000 | Unit 2 $359,000

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26 Lansell Street

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$379,500

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22 Allison Street

$259,500

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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. 10.15 - 10.45 Expect to be impressed!

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$255,000

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$449,500

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No need to take the car when you are within such easy walking distance of the Blue lake and the vibrancy of the city centre, amidst the shops, OPEN restaurants, cafes and pubs. SAT An enviable lifestyle awaits. 10.15 - 10.45

$559,000

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9 Tanglewood Crescent

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$565,000

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2 Toilets $239,000

Deceptively spacious community title unit. Stylish modern design, two living areas and a low maintenance lifestyle. Quality group, perfect as a home or investment property.

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 OPEN true haven for those who wish SUN to escape the hustle and bustle. 12.00 - 12.45

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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2/14 Bailey Street

400 Wireless Road West, Suttontown

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

23 Agnes Street

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1A Rotary Avenue

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!

It’s all about location! Beautifully presented home in an ultra desirable street. An appealing solid home, ready for a growing family. Two OPEN living areas and manicured SAT yard. It won’t last long. 9.30 - 10.00

112 Jubilee Highway West

2 Hawk Place

VACANT LAND - BLOCKS FOR SALE! ADDRESS

APPROX LAND SIZE

PRICE

1,903m2

$42,000

CITY BLOCKS 2 Francis Street Tarpeena

a| 378m2 approx

$99,500

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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.

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$325,000

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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.

5 Park Street

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

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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.

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

5 Ash Court

791m2

$59,500

22 Bruning Place

856m2

Highest & Best

6 Cobblestone Court

819m2

$65,000

17 Bruning Place

797m2

$65,000

1,358m2

$75,000 Under Offer

1 Morgan Street SOLD 23 Agnes Street

378m2

$99,500

15 Noojee Street

416m2

$114,500

Lot 50 Bengalee Crescent

791m2

$120,000

Lot 53 Bengalee Crescent

1,069m2

$135,000

75 Tollner Road UNDER CONTRACT

5,001m2

$157,000

Lot 103 Hillview Lane

5,593m2

$159,000

Lots 3,4,5&7 Melleray Court

5,004m2

$159,500 each

Lot 32 Bodey Circuit

2,831m2

$160,000

COASTALS

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$289,500

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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.

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$495,000

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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.

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Avail now $160 per week

10/186 Commercial Street East

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Avail 28/8/20 $160 per week

46 Commercial Street West

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Avail now $240 per week

4 Renfrey Place

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Avail now $250 per week

6 Kalimna Crescent

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Avail now $255 per week

2/5A William Street

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Avail 29/7/20 $295 per week

28 Gwendoline Street

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Avail 7/8/20 $365 per week

Seafarers Way, Pt MacDonnell

From $83,500

Lot 603 Pelican Pt Rd, Pelican Point REDUCED

2,170m2

$100,000

2.Hectares ea

$165,000 each

Lot 29 Legoe Street Cape Jaffa

1,152m2

$165,000

Lot4, 2-6 Pascoe Rd, Pt MacDonnell

2,000m2

$180,000

1.51 Hectares ea

$200,000 each

Lot 104 & 105 Haviland Ct, Pt MacDonnell

Lot 201, 202 Smiths Rd Pt MacDonnell

Gebhardts Property Management

6/12 Shepherd Street

$139,500

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

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

10/186 Commercial Street East

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Avail 28/8/20 2 1 1 $160 pw •2 bedrooms, main with BIR •Open living kitchen /dine/ lounge with gas heating & electric cooking •Garage UMR & car parking space •Close to shopping precinct •Quiet location at rear of complex •No pets

4 Renfrey Place

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

NEW

Avail Now 2 1 1 $250 pw •Cosy 2 bedroom home •Lounge with gas heater •Eat-in kitchen with gas cooking •Rear sunroom •Spacious under cover deck area •Detached single garage •Pets negotiable

28 Gwendoline Street

Avail 7/8/20 3 2 4 $365 pw •3 bedrooms, main with ens & WIR •2 bedrooms with BIR •Separate study •Kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher •Spacious lounge room & family room both with slow combustion heaters •Electric ducted heating/cooling •4 car garage/ workshop •Undercover entertaining area •Pets negotiable


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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Springview Estate STAGE 3

GREENWOOD COURT

Starting from $124,000

MOUNT GAMBIER’S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION

Exciting new subdivision located just minutes from the city centre Allotment sizes ranging from 900m2 to 1,490m2 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 $124,000

21 Hilltop Avenue

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27 Derwent Court

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A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long

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46 Jubilee Highway West

$239,000

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

1/5 Banksia Street

$289,000

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

RENTALS 23-25 Commercial Street West

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$329,000

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

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

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

Gebhardts Property Management

94 Commercial Street East

$149,500

A quality location and fantastic block! Stunning northerly views and surrounded by established homes. Last block in the street. Over 1,120m2 – take advantage of the building grant!

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47 Montebello Drive

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$375,000

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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 that has been fastidiously maintained by the loving owners.

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4 Shops | 3 Titles

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.

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5/48 Crouch Street

$189,000-$199,000

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

282 Worrolong Road

$174,500

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4/4 Underwood Avenue

77 Wireless Road West

$192,500

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10 Greenridge Drive

93-101 Commercial Street West

List with Gebhardts. Experience the difference 2/17 Canavan Road

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

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$449,000

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$489,000

20A Boandik Terrace

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STRONG SALES LISTINGS NEEDED!

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

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103 Meylin Street, Pt MacDonnell

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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2 Toilets $199,900

Trendy townhouse lifestyle. Low maintenance living in a quality group. Located just minutes from popular schools & city centre. Rare three bedroom unit with 2 toilets at this price.

29 Compton Street, Pt MacDonnell

$149,500

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

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

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

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

2/2 James Street

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

Avail Now

Avail Now

Commercial •Area approximately 300 square metres,

Commercial •140m2 approx of flexible space

upstairs area approximately 74 square metres •Ideal for retail •Consisting of downstairs 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas. Upstairs has an office, large store area, lunch room & toilet •Quality fixtures & fittings •Zoning city centre

•On site parking for staff •Currently used as a restaurant * Separate function room •Reverse cycle air conditioning •Exhaust in kitchen area included •Located in the CBD •Don’t miss out on this opportunity

Avail Now

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Commercial •Ideal for retail or office

Commercial •Ideal for retail or office

space •Great incentives on offer from lessor •Approximately 185.52 m2 •Reception area •Office •Staff Room •Fantastic location •$1500.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered

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

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


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$189,000 BUY YOUR FIRST HOME TODAY – 21 Tallara Avenue, Mount Gambier is your opportunity to move out of the rental market and move into your very own home – The Dine in mber kitchen offers electric cooking, lounge with s/c wood hea ng, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath, shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the Laundry area

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$249,000 YOUR NEXT INVESTMENT AWAITS What an ideal investment opportunity this well posi oned Mt Gambier stone home presents. Situated on a large 1039m2 allotment in a commercial zone, the property offers three bedrooms with BIRs, lounge featuring decora ve cornices, ceiling rose, woodfire & built-in shelving. Updated kitchen with electric cooking & servery to

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dining with polished floorboards. Original bathroom including pedestal basin. Old stables outside have been converted to storage & a handy teenagers retreat or mancave. Freshly painted throughout. Currently leased at $255.00 per week on a fixed lease to March 2021.

$235,000 TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643 m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combus on wood hea ng and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen

33 ANNETTE STREET. MOUNT GAMBIER

$349,000

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

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PRIME LOCATION ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES – This charming home is situated on the corner of Wehl St Sth & Eleanor Street on a 1201m2 allotment across two Titles – The home maintains old world charm with high ceilings, ornate cornice, ceiling roses and stained mber skir ngs and architraves – 3 bedrooms with the op on of a 4th bedroom or second

ARE YOU THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HOME?

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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with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addi on of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.

$579,000

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

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

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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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– Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted hea ng, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens – Unit 1 currently being u lised as an AirBnB with steady bookings throughout the year

Qualified buyers looking to purchase a minimum of 30 acres with a 4 bedroom home located within 30 minutes of Mount Gambier

Up to $800,000

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

WANTED Between 5 & 15 acres on the outskirts of Mount Gambier

Up to $565,000

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The Openn Negotiation has started (auction held online with flexible terms for qualified buyers). The property can sell at any time, contact Gail Richards on 0409 268 199 immediately to become qualified and avoid missing out. Beautifully renovated character home in central location within walking distance to CBD. Freshly painted inside and out. Polished floor boards, high ceilings and ornate ceiling roses. Stylish eat-in kitchen with galley style butlers pantry, double oven and plenty of storage. HUGE formal lounge room. Renovated bathroom with underfloor heating, separate toilet and laundry. Three bedrooms with BIR’s plus detached studio or fourth bedroom - perfect work from home office space with r/c split system. Gas Central Heating & solar electrical system. Single stone garage plus single carport. Elevated deck plus paved undercover pergola area overlooking the large back yard. You will be charmed by this one!!

Fantastic family home in a great location with a picturesque view over the park. The beautiful light filled open plan living space features a modern kitchen and meals area with s/s appliances, dishwasher & breakfast bar. The family space overlooks the park offering a peaceful and open outlook along with a relaxed lounge room. A large main bedroom features WIR and stylish ensuite with three additional bedrooms (two of which have BIR’s) plus office with built in storage. Practical main bathroom, powder room and separate toilet. Outside a paved alfresco area with bi-fold doors and patio blinds is the perfect space to entertain whilst overlooking the secure back yard. A double garage UMR with remote roller door & internal access along with rear yard access to a single detached garage with concrete floor and power. Loads of extras including r/c ducted heating & cooling and automatic watering system.

DON'T MISS OUT!! Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 157 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $199,000-$209,000

53 BOANDIK TCE, MT GAMBIER

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UNIT 1/14 JANE ST, MT GAMBIER

$175,000-$185,000

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$275,000

- Beautifully presented property all so close to the Glenelg River - Features include 2 large bedrooms both with BIR’s - Extras include large s/c wood fire, spacious kitchen with electric cooking & WI pantry - Large 3 bay Colorbond shed (suitable for the boat & caravan) - Solar panels, pergola area with BI BBQ, plus equipped bore & rainwater tanks Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 1 3

1/119 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $149,000-$155,000

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Immaculately presented 2BR solid brick & tile unit Renovated interior ready to move into now Spacious lounge with r/c split air conditioning Updated bathroom with shower and vanity, sep. laundry & WC Low maintenance courtyard gardens & S/C garage UMR Investors, independent rental appraisal of $200 per week

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

8 DRY CREEK RD, DONOVANS

312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$820,000 NEW PRICE

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10 MAXWELL ST, MT GAMBIER

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$359,000-$369,000

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

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- Functional kitchen with electric cooking, gorgeous timber benchtops & pantry - Open plan lounge/dining with gas heating/ceiling fan & new blinds, with new timber flooring throughout - 3 bedrooms with brand new carpet, blinds & light fittings - The bathroom has been ¾ renovated, laundry has been retiled & the w/c just needs a new toilet and you’ll be ready to go! Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 3 1 1

$156,000

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

20 DONOVANS RD, DONOVANS

$439,000-$449,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Tastefully renovated solid stone home - Spacious lounge with a s/c wood heater and ceiling fan - Open plan dining/kitchen with modern upgrades that include stainless steel appliances and electric cooking - 3 queen sized bedrooms, all freshly carpeted - Outside offers an undercover deck perfect for entertaining, lots of shedding and a private & secure rear yard Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 3

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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5/22 BURONGA AVE, MT GAMBIER

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$179,000

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

LOT 2 PRIVATE RD, CARPENTER ROCKS

$425,000

- 2 living areas including formal lounge and open plan kitchen/ dining/family with gas cooktop & electric oven, dishwasher & b/bar - Huge fully enclosed entertaining area with built in seats and outdoor kitchen - Outside offers low maintenance yard, solar panels and a double car garage UMR with remote entry & internal access - Brand new r/c ducted heating and s/c wood heater Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 2

21 HILLTOP AVE, MT GAMBIER

$489,000

- Perfectly designed and positioned on an elevated block to take in the wonderful southerly views. - A spacious and light filled living area providing formal and informal areas to relax and unwind. - The kitchen offers Induction cooktop, electric wall oven, dishwasher and large walk-in pantry - A separate office will provide the perfect space to work without distraction Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 5 2 2

123 & 125 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT

$79,500 Each

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

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

- Two seaside allotments measuring 1,880m2 each (approx) in the seaside township of Pelican Point - Only 20 metres from the beach - A great opportunity to build a holiday home (subject to council approval) - Services passing and bitumen road frontage

Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 55 MATTHEW FLINDERS WAY, MT GAMBIER

Jess Starling SALES M: 0419 360 001 $549,000

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44 St. Andrews Drive, Worrolong

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– Brand new display home – THE GREENWICH – Brick with Colorbond roof and 2700mm (9ft) ceilings – Situated on a 1097m2 elevated allotment with 2 driveways and great views! – Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning – Stone benchtops and quality floor coverings

– Substantial butlers pantry providing additional space to cater for your dinner parties – Five large bedrooms, master suite with walk in robe and sumptuous ensuite – Alfresco dining UMR, fully landscaped and with rear yard access – Latest design by Versace Home Builders

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 66 COMMERCIAL ST W, MT GAMBIER

NEW > ATTAMURRA FAIRWAY ESTATE BLOCK!

- EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST by 14th August 2020 at 12pm (if not sold prior) - Fully leased shopfront in busy Commercial Street West retail precinct - Excellent tenant with reputable established business

Even if you aren’t a golfer, you couldn’t help but delight as you overlook the beautiful views of lush, manicured fairways that are on offer at this fabulous Attamurra Fairway Estate building block. Fairway Estate offers a wonderful lifestyle choice for golf enthusiasts and those who are looking for a piece of serenity. Park your buggy right at your back gate or take a walk around the course just to enjoy witnessing the kangaroos grazing and the kookaburras laughing. Within minutes of The Marketplace Shopping Precinct, you are treated to the convenience that this estate provides. This flat allotment is approximately 778m2 and is just waiting for you to get your “dream home” building plans drawn up so that you can take advantage of the building grant incentives currently on offer. Take a drive out to the estate, get out of your car and have a walk around the block – it won’t take you long to imagine yourself living here.

- Large carpark with access to the rear from Caldwell Street - Upper level offers 3 bedroom leased apartment with separate office space - High profile freehold investment - In conjunction with Gambier Real Estate

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$150,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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3 FRANKLIN TCE, MT GAMBIER

$289,000

1A BETULA RD, MT GAMBIER

$269,000

106 WEHL ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER

$225,000

LAND 1 & 2/18 LEE CRT, MT GAMBIER $339,000-$359,000 each

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SATURDAY 12.45-1.15 - The home features high ceilings & timber flooring throughout - Thoroughly renovated French Provincial kitchen taking in stunning views of the city landscape - Offering 3 bedrooms, central bathroom and 2 toilets - Spacious lounge room warmed with heat bank with slow combustion heating in the family room - The single garage also accommodates space for a workshop Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 3 1 1

21 YAHL RD, YAHL

$399,000-$409,000

- Unique lifestyle property on approximately half an acre in Yahl - Plenty of room for the family with the emphasis on space - The lower level has open plan kitchen/dining/lounge plus separate toilet and laundry - Upstairs offers 4-5 bedrooms or 4 plus study, bathroom & huge family room - Double garage UMR with remote plus large second shed Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 4/5 2 6

103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL

$449,000

- Superbly updated architectural designed brick & tile family home, positioned on a corner allotment with low maintenance gardens - Offering 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s, Updated kitchen with dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven, separate formal dining and central lounge - Extra features include 2 split air conditioners and gas log fire - Outside offers an undercover entertaining area and s/car carport Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 2

305 WOODLANDS RD, YAHL 7.5 ACRES

$659,500

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

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4 IRVEN ST, PT MACDONNELL

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$449,000

- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop - Flexible design allowing potential for dual occupancy – the perfect property to Air BnB (STCA)

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

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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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

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LOT 2, 5 & 6 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON

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Ready for you to build your dream home (STCA) Lot 2 – 5000m2 – $149,000 Lot 5 – 8535m2 – $175,000 Lot 6 – 1.046ha – $185,000 Fully fenced with gateways offering three phase power, town water supply and NBN - Picturesque county setting just a short drive from town! Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LAND

101 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST 5.5 ACRES

$329,000-$349,000

- Located approximately 25 kilometres from Mt Gambier. - Offering approximately 5.5 Acres of township zoned land proving scope for development of approximately 16 building allotments (STCA). - Timber framed 3 bedroom home with open plan living with r/c a/c, wood fire and kitchen. - Large 8m x 11 m shed with concrete floor, power and lights Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 2

- Two fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, two living area, double garage , executive units, positioned in close proximity to Market Place Shopping Centre, TAFE & Mount Gambier Hospital - Perfect investment properties or low maintenance lifestyle propositions - Unit 1 – Currently operating as an Air BnB offered fully furnished with excellent figures Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 3 2 2

LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE 2.5 ACRES

$110,000

- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees - Power Passing Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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21 BRYAN ST, ALLENDALE EAST

$299,000-$309,000

- If you love gardening and cooking your own produce then this amazing property is for you! - Attractive three bedroom home with a sustainable garden that is packed full of fruit and veggies season after season - 3 Bedroom home featuring open plan living with wood heating and r/c air conditioning. - Outdoor alfresco area with built in fireplace Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 1


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Answers – 1. Arthur Miller; 2. East River; 3. Black, yellow and red; 4. Dame Nellie Melba; 5. Baby Animals; 6. 1984; 7. American Idol; 8. Mark Ricciuto, Nathan Buckley & Adam Goodes; 9. Toyota; 10. Launceston; 11. Delta Goodrem; 12. The Big Bang Theory; 13. Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum & Sofia Vergara; 14. Victoria River; 15. Masterchef Australia; 16. Five; 17. Orson Welles; 18. New South Wales; 19. Neil Armstrong; 20. Aristotle; 21. Bronte; 22. Opals; 23. Angry Anderson; 24. Steven Bradbury & Alisa Camplin; 25. Haley, Alex & Luke; 26. Spirit of St Louis; 27. Hungary; 28. France; 29. 1932; 30. Roger Bannister; 31. Amazon; 32. Freddo Frog; 33. Boy George; 34. The Great Gatsby; 35. 1966; 36. Shaggy; 37. Edward; 38. Damien Oliver; 39. The Seekers; 40. Indianapolis

trans-Atlantic flight? 27. Which country gained independence from Austria in the Aster Revolution, marking the end of World War I in this region of Europe? 28. Champagne is a region in which country? 29. In which year was the Sydney Harbour Bridge officially opened? 30. In 1954, who became the first person to run an official four-minute mile? 31. Jeff Bezos is the head of which multi-national tech company? 32. Which popular confectionery item turned 90 at the beginning of this month? 33. George Alan O’Dowd is better known by what name in music circles? 34. Daisy and Tom Buchanan are key characters in which 1920s classic novel?

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1. Death of a Salesman and The Crucible are popular works by which playwright? 2. Brooklyn Bridge traverses which New York river? 3. Which three colours make up the German flag? 4. Who is on the current issue Australian $100 note along with John Monash? 5. Suze DeMarchi fronts which Aussie rock band? 6. In what year was Advance Australia Fair proclaimed the national anthem? 7. On which reality TV show did Emmy Award winning talk show host Kelly Clarkson rise to fame? 8. Which three players shared the 2003 Brownlow Medal? 9. Corolla and Camry are models of which car manufacturer? 10. The Tamar River flows through which Tasmania city? 11. Innocent Eyes was an award winning album for which Aussie performer? 12. Bernadette RostenkowskiWolowitz is a character in which award winning sitcom?

13. Name the four judges on the current season of America’s Got Talent. 14. What is the longest river in the Northern Territory? 15. Julie Goodwin won the inaugural season of which long running reality TV show? 16. How many 500cc World Championships did Aussie Mick Doohan win? 17. Who produced, co-wrote, directed and starred in Citizen Kane – the 1941 movie often widely touted as the best of all time? 18. Which Australian State would you be visiting if you were visiting the town of Tenterfield? 19. The 2018 film First Man stars Ryan Gosling as which famous American hero? 20. Which philosopher was a student of Plato, and the tutor of Alexander the Great? 21. What was the surname of the 19th-century literary siblings Emily, Charlotte and Anne? 22. What is the Aussie town Coober Pedy most famous for? 23. Who sang the love theme for the Neighbours wedding of Scott and Charlene? 24. Which two Aussie athletes won gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics? 25. What is the name of Claire and Phil Dunphy’s three children in the sitcom Modern Family? 26. What was the name of Charles Lindbergh’s plane in which he completed the first non-stop solo

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Better by Nature film & photo competition

ANZAC Morning - By Mahalia Grigg

Feathers - By Eddy Ottoson-Crossling

Reflections By Day - By Therese Oliver

Koppamurra Colours - By Eddy Ottoson-Crossling

FROM PAGE 7 Short film winners were Grace and Matilda Doolan for Better by Nature in the Under 10 years category; Liv Neagle for The Nature of Naracoorte’s People in the 10-18 years category; and Annabelle Haynes for Love Where You Live in the Over 18 years category. Tayla Standley was runner-up in the 10-18 years category for her short film Naracoorte By Nature. Photo winners were Eddy Ottoson-Crossling for Feathers in the Under 10 years category; Rachael Bird for Into the Woods for the 10-18 years category and Meg Clothier for Silly Ewe for the Over 18 years category. Photo runners-up were Eddy Ottoson-Crossling for Koppamurra Colours in the Under 10 years category; Mahalia Grigg for ANZAC Morning in the 10-18 years category and Kelsie Moyle-Read for Monday Morning in the Over 18 years category. First prize winners received $150 cash and a $150 voucher from any business of their choice located in the council area, while runners-up received $100 cash and a $100 voucher. Winners in the People’s Choice Awards were Annabelle Haynes for her short film Love Where You Live and Therese Oliver for her photo Reflections by Day. Polling for the People’s Choice Awards was done on the Council’s Your Say website and attracted a huge amount of interest, with hundreds of votes submitted. Community members could vote for their favourite photo and short film with the creator of the highest-polling entry in each category awarded a $100 voucher. Competition voucher winners chose their vouchers from a diverse range of local businesses including Naracoorte Sportspower, Naracoorte Motorcycles and Mowers, Limestone Surf, Amali, Beauty at Rivoli, Tender Cuts, Hutchison’s Nursery, Office National, RM Electronics and Shearing World.

Silly Ewe - By Meg Clothier

10-18 Years Photography winner Rachael Bird (Into The Woods)

Over 18 Years Photography Runner-Up Kelsie Moyle-Read (Monday Morning)

Over 18 Years Photography winner Meg Clothier (Silly Ewe)

Into The Woods - By Rachael Bird

People’s Choice Photography Award Therese Oliver (Reflections By Day)

10-18 Years Short Film Runner-Up Tayla Standley (Naracoorte By Nature)

Monday Morning - By Kelsie Moyle-Read

10-18 Years Photography Runner-Up Mahalia Grigg (ANZAC Morning)


Take advantage of new rubbish removal trial

It’s all wrong.. The City of Mount Gambier bulky waste trial will kicked off last week with each residential property eligible for one pick up of up to two cubic metres of hard/bulky waste via a call and collect system. Conditions apply to the by appointment service including the types of acceptable items, with the overall goal to reduce waste to landfill and encourage responsible disposal of household items while assisting residents who may not have other means of transporting goods to the Waste Transfer Station. “A list of accepted and unaccepted items is now available on council’s website or at the Customer Service counter,” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard said. “Examples of items that can be accepted include televisions, furniture, white goods and material off-cuts such as timber, iron etc, while those that we can not accept include asbestos and other hazardous waste, car batteries, shoes and clothing, gas bottles and tyres and car parts to name a few.” There has been a high level of interest in the service since the trial was announced in May. “We’ve already had a number of residents phone to book in for the service so we’re looking forwarding to getting it underway,” Mr Izzard said. “Once we have commenced collections we will have a better idea of the timeframes required and hope to be able to increase the number of pick ups per day.” The service is strictly by appointment only - items left on the kerbside without an appointment will not be collected. The trial cost is capped at $200,000 and will

utilise human resources allocated via the Our City, Our Response COVID-19 strategy that has enabled council to employ locals who are experiencing unemployment as a result of the pandemic. To book your collection contact council on (08)8721 2555 or send an email requesting a hard waste collection with your contact details to city@mountgambier.sa.gov.au Following the trial a report will be presented back to council to enable an understanding of the use and impacts of the service. For more information visit www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/bulkywaste Above (main) - City of Mount Gambier Waste and ReUse employees Michael Smith and Michael Satterley loading bulky waste for removal and (inset) pictured with some of the items available for collection as part of the bulky waste trial

Botanic Gardens unveil new aviary

Although the birds weren’t too keen to come out in the cold, it was a momentous occasion last week as the doors were opened, allowing them access to the brilliant new aviary at the Hamilton Botanic Gardens. Come up and have a look as the wide variety of birds become acquainted with their new home over the next few days. There are beautiful wild Budgerigars, Cockatiels, Zebra Finches, Quails, Red Rump parrots and Bourke Parrots. A great school holiday activity. Greg and Yvonne, from Halls Gap Zoo, and John and Ria Pope, from the Avicultural Society, for their help in getting the birds to the Hamilton Botanic Gardens.

I have a very difficult and delicate issue to try to manage this week. I really have no idea how to handle it and would greatly appreciate some advice from other parents. Here goes. I think we all like to think our children are “normal”. Normal is a very emotion charged word these days, so let me be clear. I don’t care about my kid’s sexual orientation. don’t care if they have friends or partners who are from different cultures or faith backgrounds. If that’s the sort of thing you think I’m referring to when I say normal, then you need to get with the times buddy. To me those things are just as normal and legitimate as any other possibilities. In fact it might be better if I said I don’t think they’re normal or abnormal; they’re just whatever. Let me explain further that when I say normal, I hope my kids are unique individuals, and confident and comfortable to be themselves. I’m not saying I want them to fit in and be like everyone else. I just hope that my kids aren’t total weirdos. I’ll be honest, they’ve already been a little bit of a letdown in this regard. For instance Shaquille my eldest makes weird, random noises. When sitting on the couch watching television he’ll start making a clicking noise with his mouth over and over again for no reason. As he walks through the house he’ll start repeatedly making a shrieking noise resembling holding a cat by its tail and banging it against a fence (don’t ever do that; it’s cruel and the cat will probably get cross and start scratching you). He simply seems to make a noise and enjoys it so starts doing it continuously until someone tells him to be quiet or throws a shoe at him. But generally I’ve been prepared to overlook this as a sign of weirdness and explain it away as just one of those things that kids do. I’ve come to believe that it’s really

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Lucindale has had a facelift with new heritage signage in Centenary Park. The striking double-sided sign features historical information about the district and local attractions. Lucindale is the latest town in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area to boast the new heritage signage, which has also been erected in Frances, Hynam and Kybybolite.


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What started as a working dog auction in 1997 at the Casterton Saleyards, with bids being taken from the back of a ute, has become Australia’s premier working dog auction and one of Australia’s most unique community events but in 2020, there will be no auction, no Stockman’s Challenge, no street parade, no Kelpie Triathlon. The Casterton Kelpie Association committee (pictured below) made the responsible but heartbreaking decision to cancel what would have been the 24th Working Dog Auction and Kelpie Muster. A fixture on the June Long Weekend, the committee had postponed the much loved event, which is also a pivotal economic windfall for local businesses and community groups, to October but the odds are now to great to overcome and all the committee’s energies are now being directed into the 2021 25th anniversary celebrations. “Whilst this is a great disappointment for all involved and for our community, the committee have been left with no option as the COVID-19 situation in Victoria is still not contained,” association president Karen Stephens said. “We have been working on the 25th anniversary celebrations for 18 months already anyway so we are going to go full steam ahead to make 2021 amazing.” One thing organisers are confident of, is when the 25th Working Dog Auction gets underway it will break the $3million dollar mark for dogs sold over the 25 year history. “What started with the Apex Club at the Casterton Saleyards when they turned over $6000 has grown to $280,000 in 2019 – it is hard

to believe that is what the event has become,” Mrs Stephens said. The current tally sits at just over $2.9million dollars, which is why the association president is so confident of topping the $3million dollar mark, given recent auctions always generate at least $250,000. Mrs Stephens knows the cancellation of the Kelpie Muster will certainly see businesses and community groups take a significant hit in the hip pocket. “We always use local suppliers and you can only imagine how much meat we order for the weekend from the local butcher,” Mrs Stephens said. “We use the local butcher, the bakery, the supermarket and then there’s the community groups for which the event is their major income for the year. The Scouts handle waste management, the service clubs get involved, the public hall committees and the football and netball club – they all can raise thousands from the weekend.” Tourism Victoria figures put the value of the event to the local economy at $1.6million dollars with the Casterton Kelpie Association also pouring around $10,000-$12,000 back to the community groups involved. Mrs Stephens said the committee had remained buoyant through this difficult period and now had their eye on the prize in terms of creating a worthy 25 year anniversary celebration.

West holds off Strikers A lacklustre start by both teams and a nil-all scoreline at quarter time left the crowd hoping for more in the West versus Strikers Division One Men’s match on the weekend. West seemed to be penetrating their attacking circle more often than their opponents, but despite several opportunities for both sides, goals proved elusive. T he tempo increased in the second quarter, but an early back stick attempt from the top of the circle by Strikers veteran Mark DeGaris fell short. More came for the crowd when late in the second quarter a strong hit from West’s David Vine from the mid-field resulted in a high deflection into goals off the stick of Chris Calliss, finally putting a score on the board. Meanwhile, Strikers picked up their game in the third quarter, dominating the attack following a missed opportunity by West’s Connor Clark with a goal for the taking somehow falling short. Strikers were finally rewarded for their persistence with a clean strike from the right by Dean McCarthy, leveling the scores. West tried to rally, with David Vine directing traffic from the back and reminding his teammates of what they could have done better following some key passages of play. Coming out of the third quarter break West doubled down and it was their turn to dominate the attack, but some excellent goalkeeping by young Strikers goalie Mason Hill and a flooded defence didn’t leave much room for the West

strikers to execute. West had a number of penalty corners to get their eye in and finally with seven minutes to go in the final quarter, David Vine converted a penalty corner strike to take the lead. Strikers pressed again trying to equalise, but despite some anxious moments, West held on to win 2-1. While Tigers got off to a flying start in the Division Two Women’s clash between Tigers and Redbacks, scoring in the opening few minutes thanks to Teena McKee. Tigers were linking up beautifully down the right hand side, and a second goal was quick to come, with Shelley Carne getting on the end of a great sequence of passing by the tigers forwards. Tigers added a third goal in the second quarter by McKee, to take a commanding 3-0 lead into the main break. Redbacks worked really hard in the third and the link up between Naomi Brick and Angela Kain looked likely to result in a goal on a few occasions, however Tigers goalie Rachel Larsen made a number of excellent saves to deny Kain. Tigers capitalised at the other end, with youngster Zoe Carne getting her first goal in Division Two and Shelley Carne also adding to her tally to take the score to 5-0. A short corner to Redbacks finally saw some scoreboard reward with a clean hit in by Kain getting them on the board but in the end the team play of Tigers earned them a decisive victory, 5-1. In other hockey association news, the solar panels funded by the City of Mount Gambier Community Grant have been installed (pictured above). Left - Division One Men’s action between West & Strikers

MOUNT GAMBIER NETBALL ASSOCIATION 2020 RESULTS ROUND THREE Division 1 Hobitz Red 55 (Samantha Crute, Kym Stewart) d Amazons Grey 27 (Brooke Stephenson, Rozanna Clarke); Amazons Pink 58 d Lakes Blue 12; Hobitz Blue 44 (Sam Fox, Amarley Wilson) d Lakes Black 37 (Kelsey Widdison, Sarah Hawkins) Division 2 MGNA V1 39 (Georgia Robinson, Sophie Wight) d Hobitz Blue 18 (Elly Hogben, Maddy Smith); Amazons Pink 59 (Jodie Farrell, Monique Pearce) d Lakes 37 (Sarah Hawkins, Brittany Martin); MGNA I1 64 (Chernita Goldsmith, Amy Papageorgios) d Hobitz Red 13 (Mickaela Govan, Amber Fermosa); Amazons Grey 43 (Kristyn Thomas, Amy Bromley) d MGNA Z2 15 (Deanna O’Leary, Kirsty Male) Junior 15 Hobitz 40 (Amarley Carter, Maddy Smith) d MGNA V3 20 (Sophie Wright, Layne Blackwell); MGNA Z4 24 (Amy Innes, Emma Schembri) d MGNA Z3 20 (Alisia Brooke, Abby Lettizia) Junior 13 Hobitz Red 14 (Jahli Mutton, Lexi Dunbridge) d Amazons 4 (Ivory Booth, Peta Polgreen); MGNA Z5 33 (Emina Leamey, Larun Agnew) d Hobitz Blue 9 (Destiny Mudford, Holly Jackson) Junior 10 Amazons 18 (Ellie Lewis, Gretta Doman) d Hobitz White 4 ((Harper Lennon, Matilda Spencer); Hobitz Red 18 (Hannah Jackson, Imogen Lock) d Hobitz Blue 13 (Sarah Richards, Ella Stewart)


LOCAL SPORT Mid South East junior footballers return to field this weekend ROUND ONE – JULY 18 @MT BURR Mt Burr v Kalangadoo Junior Colts – 10.45am; Senior Colts – 2.35pm Glencoe v Tantanoola Junior Colts – 11.55am; Senior Colts – 1.05pm @ROBE Robe v Hatherleigh Junior Colts – 10.45am; Senior Colts – 2.35pm Kongorong v Nangwarry Junior Colts – 11.55am; Senior Colts 1.05pm ROUND TWO – JULY 25 @KALANGADOO Kalangadoo v Nangwarry Junior Colts – 10am; Senior Colts – 11.10am @GLENCOE Glencoe v Hatherleigh Junior Colts - 10.45am; Senior Colts – 11.55am @KONGORONG Kongorong v Robe Junior Colts – 10.45am; Senior Colts – 2.35pm Tantanoola v Mt Burr Junior Colts – 11.55am; Senior Colts 1.05pm ROUND THREE – AUGUST 1 @HATHERLEIGH Hatherleigh v Kongorong Junior Colts – 10.45am; Senior Colts 2.35pm Mt Burr v Robe Junior Colts - 11.55am; Senior Colts – 1.05pm

LIMESTONE COAST FOOTBALL LEAGUE 2020 SEASON ROUND ONE July 18 East Gambier v Kybybolite Mundulla v Kalangadoo South Gambier v North Gambier ROUND TWO July 25 Kybybolite v Mundulla Kalangadoo v South Gambier North Gambier v East Gambier

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ROUND THREE July 31 East Gambier v Kalangadoo August 1 Mundulla v North Gambier South Gambier v Kybybolite ROUND FOUR August 8 Kybybolite v East Gambier North Gambier v Kalangadoo Mundulla v South Gambier ROUND FIVE August 15 Kalangadoo v Kybybolite

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WESTERN BORDER JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAW ALMOST SET IN STONE The Western Border Junior Football League continues to work overtime to finalise its 2020 draw, with the competition kicking off this weekend. Potentially there were some minor tweaks being made to the 10 round competition as it looks to dovetail where possible into the finalised Limestone Coast Football League schedule (see page 27 for the LCFL draw). The junior netball draw (see right) has also worked in conjunction with the junior football program as clubs look to be a hive of activity on Saturdays through until the September 26 grand final day for both the football and netball junior competitions.

ROUND ONE July 25 West Gambier v East Gambier South Gambier v Millicent FLOATING ROUND South Gambier v North Gambier (afternoon timeslots – see below @ Blue Lake Sports Park) ROUND TWO August 1 Millicent v North Gambier East Gambier v South Gambier FLOATING ROUND Millicent v West Gambier (afternoon timeslots – see below @ McLaughlin Park) ROUND THREE August 8 East Gambier v Millicent North Gambier v West Gambier South Gambier – BYE

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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:

7 S EA TS 2018 HYUNDAI TUCSON ACTIVE X TL3

2018 HYUNDAI SANTA FE ACTIVE DM5 4X4

2019 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER ES ZL 4X4

55,049kms, auto, reverse camera, sat nav, 17” alloys, air conditioning, bluetooth, cruise, power windows. H96VR Internet ID: 30888

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

35,012kms, 7 seats, 18” alloys, 2 zone climate control, reverse camera, cruise, smart device integration. 847YRH Internet ID: 30825

ONLY $

26,990

WAS

$

26,990

NOW

$

25,490

ONLY $

27,990

$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.

2017 FORD EVEREST TREND UA 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

WAS

$

$

39,990

NOW

38,990

2014 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT ALLTRACK

2016 NISSAN X-TRAIL TL T32 4X4

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

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

WAS

$

$

22,990

NOW

22,490

WAS

$

$

25,990

NOW

24,990

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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Jubilee Highway West, MOUNT GAMBIER PHONE 08 8721 3400 LVD 2545 Michael Bonham 0417 824 281 Ian Williams 0418 230 469 Barry Stafford 0418 895 652 Nic Lattin Business Manager 0499 227 645

*Effective annual interest rate applicable to a secured Chattel Mortgage with a maximum term of 48 months, a minimum deposit of 10% and a maximum residual of 30%. Finance offer only available at participating authorised Ford Dealers for qualifying new and demonstrator Ford Ranger 4x2 and 4x4 variants (excluding Ranger Raptor) approved by 31/07/2020. Offer may be extended or withdrawn at the discretion of the ďŹ nancier. Finance provided by Macquarie Leasing Pty Limited ABN 38 002 674 982 trading as myFORD FINANCE to approved applicants for business purposes (not available to national eet, government or rental buyers) subject to credit assessment criteria. Fees and charges are applicable. Full conditions available on application.


FORESTER EX-DEMo

• Leather • Heated Front Seats • GPS • Electronic Sunroof • Front & Rear Cameras • Eyesight • 58563

OUTBACK DEMO

LEATHER

OUTBACK EX-DEMO

• Driver Monitoring System • Front and Rear View Cameras • Vision Assist • Reverse Auto Braking • 58693

Was $47,990 now $44,980 DRIVE AWAY

VISION ASSIST

XV NEW

• Leather • Heated Front Seats • GPS • Electronic Sunroof • Front & Rear Cameras • Eyesight • 58523

Was $40,990 now $38,990 DRIVE AWAY

LEATHER

• Eyesight • Reverse Camera • Apple Car Play & Android Auto • Keyless entry with Push Button Start • 59151

Was $47,990 now $44,750 DRIVE AWAY

EYESIGHT

Was $35,470 now $34,990 DRIVE AWAY

FORESTER DEMO

VISION ASSIST

XV DEMO

• Driver Monitoring System • Front and Rear View Cameras • Vision Assist • Reverse Auto Braking • 58940

LEATHER

FORESTER EX-DEMO

• Leather • Heated Front Seats • GPS • Electric Sunroof • Reverse Auto Braking • Eyesight • 59054

HYBRID

IMPREZA NEW

• Leather • GPS • Eyesight • Electric Seats & Tailgate • Reverse Auto Braking • Front & Rear Camera • 58958

Was $40,990 now $40,450 DRIVE AWAY

REVERSE CAMERA

• Reverse Camera • Apple Car Play & Android Auto • Keyless Entry with Push Button Start • Alloys • 59038

Was $40,575 now $39,985 DRIVE AWAY

Offer ends 31/7/20

Was $50,400 now $48,750 DRIVE AWAY

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Phone Mark Phillips or Wendy Webster 8723 8881

116-138 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

Carlin and Gazzard Subaru

Was $26,590 now $25,990 DRIVE AWAY

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