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Generation me... I was thinking today of when I was a boy and Mum and Dad used to share their old photos with us kids. At times this might be in the classy 70’s style of a slide show which was significantly different to what kids today know as a slideshow. Maybe look it up if you were born after 1985. If the photos weren’t in the form of slides, they may have been in a photo album, which again is quite different to where photos are stored today. Sharing the photos would lead to them saying things like, “This is your mother and I camping,” or “That was the time we went up the East Coast,” or maybe,“That’s you and all your cousins on your seventh birthday.” Ten to twenty years from now I imagine the conversation will be more like,“This is me in a mirror holding my phone. This is me in a mirror holding
my phone. This is me in a mirror at a nightclub holding my phone. This is me in a mirror at a motel holding my phone. This is me in a mirror at the gym flexing holding my phone.” Before digital cameras, photos were taken with a camera containing film. The film was generally capable of taking about twenty four photos. Because it wasn’t digital, you had no idea if your photos were good until you’d taken the film to be developed, and then collected your developed and printed out photos a couple of days later. Apart from being quite a slow process the cost of the film as well as the developing and printing of the photos was quite pricey. With this in mind, you really needed to think carefully about the photo you were going to take. You certainly didn’t want to waste any of those twenty four precious
shots on insignificant rubbish. Have a look on social media and see if that’s still a consideration today. After today’s youngsters have explained why ninety eight percent of their photos seem to be of themselves in a mirror (statistics courtesy of the Tansel Foundation of Worthwhile Endeavours and Statistics) the next question their kids will ask is,“Why were you always holding a tube of tanning product or a tub of beauty cream?” Today’s teens will then have to explain that, “If you held a product when you took your seven hundred photos a day in the mirror, and then hashtagged it with the name of the brand or product, they’d give you ten percent off your next purchase. Not only that, it made you feel like you were on your way to giving up your day job and making hundreds of thousands of dollars as an Instagram
influencer, and eventually getting selected to be a contestant on Love Island where you meet your first husband.” Then the kid will say, “Why were you always wearing a bikini or your underwear, with your butt hanging out?” The parent will say, “No that’s not a bikini and that’s not underwear. That’s actually the official uniform I had to wear as an Instagram influencer. It was also a key part of my job description: frequently wear as little as possible. Wearing underwear and bikinis that were up your bum were the uniform just like how a nurse has to wear a uniform.” “Oh were you a nurse as well?” the kids will ask, noticing their mother dressed in a nurse outfit which seems surprisingly short and revealing whilst holding a Cruiser. “No that was also part of being an
influencer,” they’ll have to say. If someone speaks about themselves constantly, you say they’re full of themselves. A person who cares only about themselves has never been well liked. That sort of behaviour has always been frowned upon. Having the bulk of your Instagram photos be photos of yourself is the social media equivalent of talking about yourself all the time. If you do that today, companies start sending you their products to hold in the mirror in your selfies…but the rest of us still think you’re a tool. From looking at my social media, I’ve come to the conclusion that there are actually more models and Instagram influencers in the world than clothes for them to wear…based mainly on how little they seem to be wearing. I’ve come to the conclusion that there are not enough pants and t-shirts in the world, limiting their wardrobe choices to bikini or underwear. Having said that, there definitely seem to be enough bikinis and lingerie to accommodate them all. The ratio of bikinis per female has risen from one bikini per three females in 1993 to thirty five bikinis per one female shortly before Covid hit (once again based on highly accurate information I got from the Tansel Foundation for Worthwhile Endeavours and Statistics). Due to the material being needed for facemasks, influencers have been forced to cut back on the number of bikinis, as well as opting for smaller ones so that more fabric can be used for more important purposes. If you want to come round to the chateau Tansel for a slide show of Robbie selfies, or if you’d like me to endorse your tan cream or wear your bikinis in my social media photos, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
cu inary culture
It is a mouth watering prospect – multicultural cooking lessons and thanks to Bordertown’s Highway Church, the community can now experience this culinary culture. The program is called Homemade and has been made possible courtesy of a Federal Government grant of almost $20,000. It sees members of the Bordertown district’s diverse cultures running cooking classes over a five week program that started with a Filipino cooking class and will see Malaysian, Afghan, African and Sri
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Lankan classes to follow. Highway Church senior pastor Janine Neumann welcomed the funding and was excited about the Homemade program and how much it would bring to both the migrants and wider community. “It sees people enjoying an authentic meal and also gives them (migrants) a chance to share about their culture and share their journey to Australia,” Janine said. “It is an opportunity to celebrate their culture, practice their English, develop their leadership
skills and it has the potential to lead to catering local events.”
The Highway Church worked closely with the Tatiara District Council and its community development officer Tracey Grosser to secure the Federal Government funding as part of the Fostering Integration Grants program, which aims to support grassroots organisations that are helping migrant communities to be more resilient in times of crisis, encouraging
community participation and breaking down cultural and language barriers. “And that’s exactly what this program does,” Janine said. “It is all about that connection with the community and integration.” The Highway Church was the perfect location for the Homemade program given its large kitchen facilities. Member for Barker Tony Pasin was thrilled the Bordertown project had picked up the Federal windfall. “As we have seen during the bushfires and now the COVID-19 pandemic, being part of a strong, welcoming community is so important for all of us, particularly migrants,” Mr Pasin said. “We want all Australians
to be able to participate in our society, know their community and work together to make our nation stronger.”
The Highway Church received $19,512 for the Homemade program which is based on the idea that sharing a culturally diverse homemade meal facilitates participation, increases understanding and awareness and fosters integration. Below – Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Oluwanifemi Adeoye, Tracey Grosser, Khatera Rezai & Barb Minge.
The gift of HOPE We could all do with an injection of hope at the moment and United Way Glenelg is doing just that across the community with special packages to lift the spirits of vulnerable and isolated residents. While the coronavirus spreads across the world, Glenelg Shire is not immune to the impacts with levels of social isolation for vulnerable people
at unprecedented levels. United Way Glenelg has provided 200 HOPE packages to those at greatest risk thanks to its local, Australian and local partner networks. United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said it takes a collaborative approach to support a community during these unprecedented times. “It is essential we listen and respond to local needs,” she said. “Twenty-six per cent of our residents are over the age of 65 with many already facing serious health problems, chronic diseases, isolation and loneliness. The COVID-19 pandemic is posing new threats to an already vulnerable population.The packages have been extended to include disability clients, palliative care patients, those supported through district nursing, and those recently released from hospital who have been asked to physically isolate.” The HOPE packages include health and support information, basic food, reading material, grocery vouchers, non-slip socks, hankies, hand warmers, toilet paper, freshly baked biscuits, lavender spritz, activity books and a special handwritten note. The boxes have been packaged by volunteer students from South West TAFE VCAL program and delivered by Rotary Club of Portland Bay and Lions Club of Heywood. Mrs Carr said the majority of the items were sourced locally to support local businesses. The packages are funded by 3M, who teamed up with United Way
Worldwide to support relief projects across the Asia-Pacific region, with their substantial relief grant of over AU$1.3 Million that comes as part of an AU$29 million commitment made by 3M at a corporate level to support COVID-19 relief projects, globally. “It’s important that 3M holds its core values during this pandemic by supporting Australians in need and improving lives,”said 3M Australia Managing Director Chris LeBlanc.“Throughout this global crisis, we will continue to look for ways to help in the fight against COVID-19.” United Way Glenelg is working closely with many of its community partners to identify those residents who will receive a HOPE package. “We are very grateful to Glenelg Shire Council Aged and Disability unit, Portland District Health palliative care and district nursing units, Dhauwurd Wurrung Elderly & Community Health Service Inc, Salvation Army, Kyeema Support Services, Heywood Rural Health and their district Nursing unit, Winda Mara, Dartmoor Bush Nursing Centre, Casterton Memorial Hospital and St Vincent de Paul,” said Mrs Carr. “Collaboration is critical at a time like this. We are proud to see what a difference we can make when business, community and philanthropy work UNITED.”
1907 – Sir Robert Baden-Powell sets up the Brownsea Island Scout camp in Poole Harbour on the south coast of England. The camp is regarded as the foundation of the Scouting movement. 1948 – After a hiatus of 12 years caused by World War II, the first Summer Olympics to be held since the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, open in London (pictured).
Left (main) - Dot Lanyon and Tashy, from Dartmoor, and Brian Smith, from Heywood, (inset) were absolutely thrilled to receive their package.
Theatre re-opens to public
Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre is set to spring back to life with a screening of Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece Rigoletti. A compelling, blood-curdling and beautiful work, this screening is a performance, for the first time, on the unique Bregenz lake stage. Once of Verdi’s most popular works, Rigoletto is an unforgettable tale of sacrifice and revenge; of a father’s rage and a daughter’s shame. It features several of opera’s bestknown arias – including Rigoletto’s passionate denouncement Cortigiani, vil razza dannata, Gilda’s dreamy Caro nome and the Duke’s instantly
recognisable“La donna è mobile. Directed and designed by Philip Stölzl, this timeless tragedy will delight audiences with a powerhouse combination of entertainment and emotional intensity from the spectacular shore of Lake Constance. To be part of the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre’s re--opening pre-book online at www.countryarts. org.au so staff can provide safe social distancing in the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre foyer when you arrive. You can print your tickets at home or show them on your phone. And if you are feeling unwell, please stay home and your tickets will be fully refunded.
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Drug & alcohol study gathering critical information
A study to determine the effects of the current pandemic upon Limestone Coast’s drug and alcohol services sector is expected to provide key insights into planning where resources will be required in future. The region’s leading AOD advocacy service, Substance Misuse Limestone Coast (SMLC) is coordinating the online survey, in conjunction with the local Drug Action Team. The survey will be targeted towards government and non-government agencies across the region, including mental health counsellors, GPs, hospital emergency departments and homelessness services. SMLC project officer Sophie Bourchier said the questions aimed to canvas a wide range of topics, from demand for online services to the availability of drugs and alcohol during lockdown. “We are exploring the short and long-term impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on Limestone Coast agencies, their current and future resources, their client base and the wider community,” she said. “We want to know who is seeing increased uptake of alcohol or drug use and understand how this, plus the extenuating pandemic circumstances, may have impacted how they deliver their services. By surveying a wide range of agencies and services, SMLC can begin to get a clearer picture of our region’s needs.” Ms Bourchier said the pandemic had brought to light some disturbing statistics around increased alcohol and drug use. “With people forced to stay at home and major changes in work, family and leisure time, there has been increased alcohol use reported on a national level,” she said. “It’s important to see whether these issues are replicated or entirely different on a local and regional level, to better inform our planning.” The results of the Limestone Coast survey will be made public and available for participating agencies and services later this year. “This valuable input, knowledge and opinions from our local experts will form a better understanding of the current issues, where the gaps are and what the future needs may be for our community and region.” PHOTO COURTES OF KATE HILL
Chewy chocolate brownies 125g unsalted butter, chopped 125g dark chocolate, chopped 3 eggs, lightly whisked 335g (1 1/2 cups) white sugar
115g (3/4 cup) plain flour 30g (1/4 cup) Dutch cocoa powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Pinch of salt
Method Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan forced. Grease a 20cm (base measurement) square cake pan and line with baking paper. Place butter and chocolate in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water (don’t let the bowl touch the water). Stir with a metal spoon until melted. Remove from heat. Quickly stir in egg, sugar, flour, cocoa powder, vanilla and salt until just combined. Pour into prepared pan. Bake for 30 minutes or until a skewer inserted in the centre comes out with moist crumbs clinging. Set aside to cool completely.
Windfall on offer for community groups
Member for Barker Tony Pasin has visited the Beachport Surf Lifesaving Club to talk about plans for an extended clubhouse made possible with a volunteer grant of $5000 from the Federal Government awarded earlier this year. The club received the grant to purchase a third shipping container to complete stage 1 of the clubhouse. This third container will connect to existing containers and act as a first aid room, meeting room, and general purpose room for volunteers. “Volunteers freely give their time and skills to support others and will play a key role in communities over the next few months as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.,” Mr Pasin said. “This funding recognises
the sacrifices they make to help deliver vital services to those who need it most. While the work of our volunteers may be unpaid it is certainly not unrecognised. From fighting bushfires, delivering food to vulnerable Australians in isolation and helping out with the weekend sport, or in this case – keeping our beaches safe - they are all local champions.” Nationally, volunteering has an estimated annual economic and social contribution of $290 billion. “This grant of $5000 is a small way we can say thank you to the volunteers at the Beachport Surf Lifesaving Club for what they do,” Mr Pasin (pictured with club president Peter Phillips) said.
Celebrating Colour & Camaraderie
I Am an Artist – An Exploration of Artistic Identity. That is the theme of the upcoming Millicent Art Gallery exhibition, which has been curated as part of South Australian Living Artists (SALA) festival, which runs for the month of August. At its most basic level, the exhibition sees three friends and artistic colleagues showcasing works that that explore their individual art journeys and their identities as creators. The pieces in the exhibition are enormously varied and include both painting and drawing in many different styles. Ann Carpenter, Andrea Bartetzko and Kirsten Johnson are the Limestone Coast based artists with the opening of their exhibition this Sunday at 2pm with the exhibition running through until September 15. They are diverse individuals and artists but do share the fact, they all came to art as a serious pastime later in life – tapping into their creative side once they had raised their families. The trio’s relationship started when both Andrea and Kirsten attended art classes at TAFE where Ann was their lecturer and mentor and then developed and evolved as the trio made their annual pilgrimage to Grampians Brushes – a Halls Gap art event where the trio would often stay together, attend classes and workshops together and enjoy dinner together and in the words of Ann, the friendship forged has gone well beyond the student and mentor relationship. “My initial mentoring role has been transformed, as now I see Andrea and Kirsten as artistic colleagues that have become artists in their own right. I feel privileged to have been beside them on their journeys. The teacher becomes the friend and colleague and even the student herself.” Ann Carpenter has put together a beautiful collection of drawings and painting, Andrea will be exhibiting her vibrant acrylic works and Kirsten will be showing her ink-on-canvas pieces and a drawn portrait installation. This is the second year the Millicent Art Gallery has participated in SALA, hosting a successful exhibition of textile art last year. The gallery is open Tuesday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm and Sundays between 2pm and 4pm.
Art is in Ann’s blood. The Glencoe resident, who was born in New Zealand to Dutch parents, moving to Australia in 1983, can’t remember a time art wasn’t part of her life. “I always loved art as a child,” Ann said. “My father’s family in Holland were all artistic and he, himself, found a late art career in his senior years.” And Ann also turned to art once she had raised her family, studying at the, then, South East Institute of TAFE, with Claire Souter and Ian Winter as her mentors. Before she knew it, the student became the teacher, taking art classes for Adult Community Education (ACE) for a couple of years and eventually taking on the role of drawing facilitator for the Certificates IV, III and II for more than a decade until the closure of the art department in 2013. Ann cherishes her time in art education and still runs classes at her Glencoe studio – The Artshed – moulding her teaching career around the philosophy of Nicolaides, which is ‘the job of the teacher, as I see it, is to teach students, not how to draw, but how to learn to draw’. “I have loved being able to facilitate the art journeys of art students, helping them to ‘see and observe’, providing techniques and discipline, but also freedom and experimentation,” Ann said. “You can always go back to what you know at home, but taking the opportunity to explore as many new marks, techniques, mediums, workshops and critiques as you can is the
most important part of the art journey.” And Ann knows how important mentors can be as you look to develop your own artistic style and a body of work. “Claire Souter was a very supporting mentor and artist and Deborah Rogers was pivotal in her tenet believing in the importance of the role of the artist in society,” Ann said. “And, of course, my students and colleagues along the art journey have taught me so much.” In fact, Ann, despite having spent so much time teaching others, also continues to learn and thrives on workshops from artists including Denis Clarke, Jody Graham, Vida Pearson, Suzie Riley and Ron Penrose, forcing Ann outside her comfort zone and encouraging experimentation. She has also highly valued being part of Gallery 54, the Penola based member run gallery. Ann started as an associate member in 2006 and moved into full time membership and served as secretary. “It is for me a very important outlet for the display and promotion of myself as an artist, as well as being the impetus and driving force to produce new work for the gallery walls, website and exhibitions such as the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival each year,” Ann said. “Working as part of a collective with other members reinforces for me the important role of the fine arts within our society and the Limestone Coast.” Having her own studio space has also been critical in Ann’s career. “Absolutely fabulous to have my own space, which was built by my husband who supports me in my artistic career,” Ann said. “I started a small class teaching from the Artshed in 2002, with two of the students attending for 14 years in their retirement. Eventually I have added a second class, which allows for the gathering of like minds and experimentation with new ideas, as well as students working on their own projects. This is essential. Working on your own is good but limiting – always important is the stimulus of the group, encouraging, testing, exploring, laughing.”
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For Andrea, the toughest thing about her art career is finding the time to devote to a pursuit that has become her passion for the past 11 years. She came to art when she was looking for an outlet that was just for her as she juggled motherhood and full time work and it has been her sanctuary ever since. “I needed to find something that I could do for me,” Andrea said. “I started with the art classes at TAFE where Ann (Carpenter) was the lecturer and it has been a bit of a slow burn for me over this past decade.” Grampians Brushes, the Halls Gap event she attends with Ann and Kirsten each year, has been a big part of that slow burn and it is where her love affair with acrylics began, a medium that allows Andrea to be true to her artistic style. “Big and bold – that really is the best way to describe my work,” Andrea said. “Working with acrylics really grabbed me. It allows me to work big, to work fast and that really suits me.” The corner of her garage is Andrea’s workspace but the majority of her painting happens in class. “That’s the time I have to work – the two hours of my class at Ann’s at Glencoe,” Andrea said. She has created a number of new works for the Millicent exhibition, while she will also be showing work from earlier in her career. “About half the pieces are relatively new and haven’t been seen out and about and the other half of the collection are bits and pieces from over the years,” Andrea, who is not new to showcasing her works, said. Andrea was a member of the South East Art Society (SEAS) and had works at the Old Courthouse when it was the home of the SEAS, as well as exhibiting at Caroline Hills Winery and entering the Wattle Range Art Prize last year. “This is certainly the largest selection of my work that has been part of an exhibition,” Andrea said. “It is the
biggest event I have been involved in and I am really excited. At the end of the day the works are my artistic interpretation. I know some people find them interesting or curious or perhaps not like them at all but that’s okay – that’s all part of it. What I do know, is between the three of us there will be something for everyone to enjoy.” Exhibiting alongside her two close friends is what also has Andrea excited about this weekend’s exhibition opening. “I feel privileged to exhibit alongside such talented artists as Ann and Kirsty, my mentors and good friends,” Andrea said. “The joy of this exhibition is to be collaborating with these two women, my art buddies.” Andrea’s creative outlet used to be craft but she has thrived since becoming a painter. “I was much more of a craft person, following the pattern or the instructions,” Andrea said. “I now love the challenge of creating my own art, my own interpretation of things.” Andrea comes from an artistic family – her mother is a botanical floral artist based in Melbourne – but while that is a discipline about fine detail and replicating, Andrea loves the freedom her more contemporary style allows. “My work is an impression.” An avid gardener, another shared passion with her mother, Andrea does still draw her inspiration from the natural world, while this exhibition also sees her experimenting with portraiture.
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“My style sits between realism and abstractism.” That is how Kirsten views her body of work, which is dominated by paintings of trees and Australian landscapes, with a strong commitment to bright, bold colours. Art has been a part of Kirsten’s life for just over a decade. Just as it did for Andrea, Kirsten’s foray into art started with Ann Carpenter TAFE classes. That was in 2008 and five years later painting found its way into her repertoire with Kirsten taking her work seriously last year. “I had always been interested in art but never really had the opportunity to do it,” Kirsten said. “Once I had my family I did have the time and I needed some sort of outlet.” Now she treats her art practice as a job. “I do try and do it every day,” Kirsten said. “I can often only do it for an hour or so as my work needs time to dry and I certainly want to make sure I don’t stop enjoying it. I always have three or four things on the go. I am not a full time artist but it is on my mind all the time.” It was in September last year that Kirsten sat down with Ann and Andrea and the three planned this SALA exhibition at Millicent with the focus very much on the progression of their careers. About four years ago, Kirsten held her first exhibition, opened by Ann and held at Gallery 54, but by her own admission she has evolved as an artist since her early days as a TAFE student. “I was scared of colour and everything was black and white and all very safe,” Kirsten said. “Now as I work with ink on canvas I find it so inspiring – a lot more fun and a lot less science involved.” Kirsten is no stranger to SALA exhibition, showcasing her work in Kingston last year, and she is thrilled to also have her work as part of an Adelaide SALA event at
Gallery M, in Oaklands Park. “I just put in an application to exhibit there and they had a space for me,” Kirsten said. “It was on hold for a while because of COVID but it is going ahead. I have been lucky with opportunities that have come up.” Kirsten believes SALA will be an even more exciting festival in 2020, with organisers changing registration to allow artists to be involved for free this year. “I grew up in Victoria and they don’t have anything like SALA there or anywhere else in Australia,” Kirsten said. “It is such a great way for artists to be able to share their work.” Courage to express my true self in whichever medium I choose. Grateful for the people that have influenced me along the way – but the most important thing I have learnt in all my years as an artist is just that - Be yourself.
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New and Perfect Just For You!! 7 Brennan Court, Millicent Blackbird Industries home only 2 years old and situated on just over 1 acre. Main open plan kitchen, dining and living area featuring solid spotted gum flooring, sound system with speakers in the ceiling and split system air conditioner. Kitchen complete with caesarstone benchtops, dishwasher, walk in pantry, electric cooking and large island bench. Formal lounge room with surround sound system. Pergola area with sound system in the ceiling, plumbing also set up ready for an outdoor kitchen. Master bedroom with two walk in robes and large ensuite with toilet and shower. Additional four bedrooms - all but one has built in robes and all have direct internet connections. Study with BIR. Double garage with automatic panel lift door under main roof with toilet and vanity. 2x Gas Hot Water Systems. Whole property runs on rain water - Tanks total 10,000 Gallons of water Bore. Automatic pop up sprinkler system waters the whole yard. 15 x 7.5m Shed - Includes a bathroom with shower and toilet, separate vanity area, living room, 4 roller doors, power and concrete floors.
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AGENT: Malseeds Real Estate Wendy Flint | M: 0468 692 993 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 Wehl St South, Mt Gambier RLA: 115603 PRICE: $470,000
property Naturalists Retreat 4 Bedroom Residence Set on 16 Acres - 5 Fartch Rd, Tantanoola Extremely unique property surrounded by a forest of native and deciduous trees. The roomy brick and tile four-bedroom contemporary home has heaps of wardrobe space and garden views from all rooms and solar panels on the roof. A central galley kitchen is decked out with custom made pine cabinetry, polished floors and fitted with a stainless steel 5 burner gas stove, range hood and dishwasher. An easy-care tiled family room adjoins the Kitchen facility making an ideal entertainment are or as a children’s retreat. The sunlit wood heated living room has a big picture window with panoramic views of the established front grounds. There’s a lush fern clad patio area with colonial slate impression paving and a high gable laser lit roof line, ideal for BBQs and to laze around in all year round. Car parking is provided by way of a three-bay limestone garage with plenty of room to park cars, bikes, tools and garden equipment. A 20m x 6m shed with attached double carport is ideal for the tradesman or a number of hobbyist pursuits. Harvest lemons and cherries from your own garden grove, pick fruit from the trees and grow vegetables in the raised garden beds. Never worry about firewood with a huge established wood lot. There is around 10 acres of vacant land where one can graze their own livestock with appropriate Zoning for rural and primary production. There’s plenty of rainwater tanks and a bore with water licence.
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AGENT: First Choice Property Sales John Stott | M: 0418 849 999 email@example.com www.firstchoicepropertysales.com.au RLA: 115689 PRICE: $355,000
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20 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL
Affordable Country Living Family Home Situated approximately 10 minutes to Mount Gambier and a ﬁve minute walk to the Yahl Primary School this hideaway property if the perfect lifestyle escape at an incredibly affordable price range. Set on a 3182m2 allotment the residence is a real suncatcher with all of the living areas facing solar north. Open plan living is at the heart of this home with a wood heated living/dining/kitchen area, that also has air conditioning to keep you and your family comfortable all year round and your power costs will certainly be kept under control with 10 solar panels part of this property. The home offers three generous sized bedrooms, starting with the spacious master bedroom, which is ﬁtted with an ensuite and built ins, whilst the other two bedrooms are
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serviced with their own three way bathroom facility, with a bath, and the convenience of a separate toilet. You'll love the bay windowed kitchen, with beech coloured cabinetry and timber look ﬂoors. Outside, there is also plenty of features, including a garage with attached lean to, ideal for storing ﬁrewood and garden tools, as well as a large capacity rainwater tank and a carport under the main roof for every day parking. This is a wonderfully quaint property in a picturesque setting, and warrants your inspection so contact John Stott on 0418 849 999 or Brenton Leggett from Ruralco on 0438 344 042 to arrange yours.
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2/6 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier
$369,000 - $379,000 Approx. 5 acres
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• Open plan with wood heating and rc/ac • Central kitchen with gas cooktop and ample cupboard space
• Solar system has been installed to lower ongoing living costs • Access to a spacious rear yard through double carport
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• Fully enclosed spacious rear yard of approx 990m2
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RLA 282 450
5/4 Underwood Avenue, Mount Gambier
6 Fartch Street, Mount Gambier Open
NEW > START YOUR PROPERTY DREAM HERE!
NEW > TIMELESS CLASSIC COLONIAL STYLE!
Situated on a good sized, ﬂat allotment is this inviting stone home, bursting with character and charm and ready to move in to straight away. The neat and tidy kitchen is complete with dishwasher, gas cooktop & electric oven as well as pantry cupboard. The bonus of a spacious family room which is warmed with gas log heating + heat shifter, as well as s/s air con provides a homely ambiance and this room overlooks the lovely rear yard. A separate lounge room with gas heating at the front of the home is the perfect place to relax and read your favourite book. Three carpeted bedrooms, with the master containing built-in robes and freshly painted in two of these rooms. The private pergola overlooks the paved barbecue area alongside the stunning garden. Oﬀering a single carport and single garage with workshop/man cave space & slow combustion heater.
The home consists of two generous sized bedrooms, main with BIR’s & ceiling fan with a central passage connecting them to the bathroom and separate toilet. The open plan living area has a lounge space with gas wall furnace & 8kW r/c s/s air con, dining area & kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, dishwasher, electric stove/ oven and microwave. The home has a single car garage with remote control roller door and internal access giving secure and convenient access to the home. The rear of the property has a low maintenance lawn and garden space (lawns maintained fortnightly by body corporate gardener), there is an undercover pergola unique only to this homette. With the biggest land allocation of the group, its own street frontage and completely standalone, this homette really feels like its own little house, making this Chelsea Cottage the pick of the bunch!
$209,000-$219,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
$210,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
NEW 9 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER
27-31 Eliza Street, Kalangadoo
DON'T MISS OUT!!
8 DOVE PL, MT GAMBIER
1 $177,500 NEW PRICE
FOR SALE by Openn Negotiation with the auction to be ﬁnalised on Monday 10th August at 6.30pm (unless sold prior) - Beautifully renovated character home in a central location - Stylish eat-in kitchen with galley style butlers pantry & double oven - 3 big bedrooms with BIR’s plus detached studio/4th bedroom with r/c s/s air con - Elevated deck, paved undercover pergola & large back yard Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 1 2
53 BOANDIK TCE, MT GAMBIER
$259,000 BACK ON MARKET
- 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
1 SILVERBROOK AVE, MT GAMBIER $439,000-$449,000
NEW > COULD THIS BE YOUR TREE CHANGE? Positioned on a HUGE block encompassing 3 allotments, is the ideal place to live the country life. The expansive two storey barn style extension features an abundance of space with the lower level providing family/dining space. On the upper level, you could create a beautiful master bedroom suite, or utilise the area for craftwork, oﬃce work or a rumpus room. The kitchen with timber ﬂoors and micro steel cladding ﬁnishes oﬀers gas cooktop and electric oven. The old and the new buildings are cleverly joined with a large light ﬁlled alfresco style dining room. The three bedrooms are all located in the cottage and the Olde world bathroom contains claw foot bath, separate shower, vanity and toilet. An abundance of shedding is on oﬀer with wood shed, two garden sheds, caravan port plus a large workshop. With approximately 5kW of solar power, raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and rainwater, it should be easy to live a self suﬃcient lifestyle!
$298,000-$315,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 35 ELDRIDGE DR, WORROLONG
- Open plan lounge/dining area complete with large north-easterly facing windows, s/c air con & heating - Galley-style kitchen with plenty of space & storage, electric cooking, a recently updated oven/griller and dishwasher - Three large bedrooms, all with BIR’s, plus a retreat or fourth bedroom with an ensuite that is separate to the main house - Private and secure backyard including an undercover pergola Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 1
LOT 700 LUMIDIN BLVD, MT GAMBIER $320,000 + GST 3.066 HA
10 MAXWELL ST, MT GAMBIER
SATURDAY 11.15-11.45 - The perfect fusion of Hamptons meets luxe federation, providing a practical ﬂoor plan with an emphasis on space, entertaining and breathtaking views - All the features of a character home, including hardwood ﬂoors, mantles & feature lead light mixed with modern necessities - Three stunning living areas spilling out to an undercover alfresco area and paved courtyard Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 2
ATTENTION DEVELOPERS – LARGE ALLOTMENT! Rare opportunity to purchase 3.066ha of land ready for subdivision Plans available for 34 new allotments (S.T.C.A.) All services available at front of the allotment Great location minutes from the centre of the city Elevated allotment with highly desirable home sites
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
- 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
- Beautiful light ﬁlled open plan living space features a modern kitchen with s/s appliances, dishwasher, b/ bar - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite - Paved alfresco area with bi-fold doors & patio blinds overlooks the secure back yard - DBL garage UMR with remote roller door & internal access and rear yard access to a SGL detached garage with concrete ﬂoor Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 3
NEW 2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST VENDOR WANTS IT GONE!
SATURDAY 12.30-1.00 FOR SALE by Openn Negotiation with the auction to be ﬁnalised on Monday 17th August at 6.00pm (unless sold prior) - Quaint home with loads of country charm on an 845m2 allotment - Inside oﬀers separate lounge with new r/c split air con and lovely open plan living/meals/kitchen area with electric cooking - Large storage shed, separate man cave & securely fenced yard - In conjunction with Gambier Real Estate Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 2 2
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7 Marngo Place, Mount Gambier
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21562 Riddoch Highway, Moorak
NEW > WHEN LOCATION MATTERS!
NEW > 3 BEDROOM HOME ON 2.4 ACRES IN MOORAK!
Beautifully positioned solid brick home, conveniently located in a quiet cul-de-sac and within a short distance of Tenison Woods College, Mount Gambier High School, Reidy Park Primary School and the Lakes Walking Trails. Comprising of three bedrooms, all with robes, plus a separate study, the master suite also features a gorgeous ensuite. A spacious kitchen/dining/lounge area provides plenty of room for the family, the modern kitchen features gas cooktop and electric oven, pantry and island bench with built-in wine rack and drinks fridge. With large windows throughout the home, there is no shortage of light and ﬂow. Complete with s/s air con you can keep the home comfortable year round. With both a single garage under the main home as well as a Colorond shed and workshop. Extra features include polished timber ﬂoorboards, private paved courtyard and lovely established gardens.
First home buyers check out this appealing solid stone home on a 9,676m2 allotment, just minutes from City. The home oﬀers 3 large bedrooms, spacious lounge with slow combustion wood ﬁre, open plan kitchen/dining area with electric cooking, bathroom with separate bath & shower, separate toilet & laundry. Outside features include private rear yard with beautifully presented gardens, plus rear yard access to a large Colorbond shed with power & concrete. Located close to Moorak Primary School & Badenoch’s Deli, the property oﬀers a lovely country escape, within close proximity of Mount Gambier. Call Al Lamond today to arrange your private inspection!
$369,000-$379,000 Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 NEW 1 WERONA ST, MT GAMBIER VENDOR SAYS SELL!
SATURDAY 9.45-10.15 FOR SALE by Openn Negotiation with the auction to be ﬁnalised on Tuesday 11th August at 6.00pm (unless sold prior) - Two functional living rooms at either end of the home & two separate kitchens with electric cooking provides unlimited potential - Gas heating at one end and s/s air con at the other end - Single iron garage, 2nd smaller car shed with concrete & power and additional storage shedding Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 4 2 2
$319,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
157 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $195,000-$205,000 NEW PRICE
33a Doughty Street, Mount Gambier Final Bidding Stage: Monday 17th August 2020 at 6:30pm (unless sold prior)
SATURDAY 9.45-10.15 - 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
NEW W 55 MATTHEW FLINDERS WAY, MT GAMBIER R
NEW > BIG BLOCK CLOSE TO THE CITY
SATURDAY 11.15-12.00 - 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 throughout - Five large bedrooms, master suite with walk in robe and sumptuous ensuite
SUNDAY 11.15-12.00 - Substantial butlers pantry providing additional space to cater for your dinner parties - Stone benchtops and quality ﬂoor coverings - Alfresco dining under main roof, fully landscaped and with rear yard access - Concrete driveways and paths surrounding the home – Latest design by Versace Home Builders
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
93 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $749,000-$769,000
SATURDAY 12.45-1.15 - Nestled in one of Mount Gambier’s most beautiful areas and hidden from the street - Positioned on a large 4,145m2 allotment, oozing character and class with timeless architecture and quality refinements - Classic features with modern luxuries - Polished floor boards, feature fire places and high ceilings mixed with modern conveniences including r/c ducted air conditioning Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4 2 3
21 YAHL RD, YAHL
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. - 1133m2 allotment within walking distance to the city - Water and sewer connected - Power passing - Colorbond fencing on two sides of the allotment - Flat building site - A great opportunity to build a home or unit development (STCA)
VENDOR WANTS IT GONE QUICK! Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 44 ST. ANDREWS DR, WORROLONG
LAND Starting from $129,000
SATURDAY 1.45-2.15 - 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
- Beautiful views of the lush, manicured fairway! - Fairway Estate oﬀers a wonderful lifestyle choice for those who are looking for a piece of serenity - Within minutes from the Marketplace Shopping Precinct - Flat allotment that is approximately 778m2 - Get your “dream home” plans drawn up & take advantage of the building grant incentives currently on oﬀer! LAND Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281
- 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 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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1 Allawah St, Mt Gambier
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$290,000 - $310,000
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10 Myall St, Mt Gambier
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19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier
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$139,000 - $149,000
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1/6 Gerloﬀ St, Mt Gambier
When Size Ma ers! • 4 bedroom home • Posi oned in the perfect loca on, backing onto the football ground. • Open plan living • Large kitchen with ample storage • Fantas c outdoor entertaining area • Double car garage with power and concrete ﬂoor/ pit • An inspec on is sure to impress
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6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
– Spacious limestone home, tastefully renovated to combine country style living with modern ﬁxtures and ﬁ ngs – New kitchen, electric cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, walk-in pantry, overlooking dining area – Lounge heated with wood ﬁre, with heat shi ers warming the rest of the home – Four bedrooms, main with built in robe
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet. Laundry includes separate toilet and shower room – 5,000 gallon rain water tank plumbed to house – 136 acres fenced into 11 paddocks with established pastures – Ca le yards, shearing shed, yards, piggery, ample shedding, fully equipped bore and a 11,315kL water alloca on
$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
229 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST, MOUNT GAMBIER
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
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.
UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER
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.
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
160 168 WIRELESS ROAD WEST, SUTTONTOWN
– 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
LOT 12 GLENELG RIVER ROAD, OB FLAT
Rental 7 Hirth Street, Mount Gambier 3 1 1 $260.00 per week Available 7th August 2020 Email email@example.com for more informa on
UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES & POTENTIAL – Approx 4.99 acres zoned rural residen al – 3 bedroom stone home tenanted for $180/week – Across from Montebello Estate and next door to TAFE and UniSA precint
– Poten al for subdivision or building (S.T.C.A.) – A plan of poten al division has been prepared showing subdivision into approx. 28 allotments; copies of the development plans are available on request – In conjunc on with Ray White Real Estate
5 7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER
$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING – Generous sized kitchen with butler’s pantry – Open plan living areas with wood ﬁre and R/C A/C – Ground ﬂoor includes two oﬃces, foyer, two bedrooms (one with ensuite and study), laundry and alfresco dining
– Picturesque 2.5 acre alloment on the outskirts of Mt Gambier just minutes from the city, river and sea – Rural fencing and established trees on boundary – Power connected – Build the lifestyle home you’ve been dreaming of (STCA) – Contact Brooke Stephenson today on 0424 943 991
8 VICTOR STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER
– Second ﬂoor is home to three bedrooms, all with ensuites and robes, bedroom two oﬀering a separate living area – Bitumen roundabout driveaway, ample garage space, pergola and swimming pool
$299,000 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.
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27 Derwent Court
13 Buffalo Crescent
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! 9.00 - 9.30
Sited on a generous 948m2 (approx) allotment this beautiful home is located in a great location close to schools. OPEN OPEN Plus extra FRI SAT shedding. 5.00 - 5.30 9.30 - 10.00
5 Park Street
112 Jubilee Highway West
21 Hilltop Avenue
1A Rotary Avenue
Priced to sell – ultra spacious family home loaded with extras. Granite kitchen benches, ducted heating & cooling, high ceilings OPEN and rear yard access. SAT One of the best streets in 9.45 - 10.15 popular Conroe Heights!
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 OPEN shops, restaurants, cafes SAT and pubs. An enviable 10.15 - 10.45 lifestyle awaits.
23 Agnes Street
23 Percy St / 12-14 Alexander St
Central Blue Ribbon location that is sure to please. Well cared for inside & out with excellent wide access to rear shedding with room OPEN for caravan/boat. Simply SAT move in enjoy and walk 11.00 - 11.30 everywhere.
The perfect family home- spacious bedrooms and two living areas. Huge block over 1110m2 (approx.) and great shedding. Stone garage approximately 14m x 7.5m with power. Expect to be impressed!
47 Montebello Drive
18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong
a| 378m2 approx
Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), ofﬁce/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full ofﬁce area available.
22 Allison 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.
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CITY BLOCKS 2 Francis Street Tarpeena
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.
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.
5/48 Crouch Street
77 Wireless Road West
This property presents an extraordinary opportunity to renovate or undertake a re-development (STCC). Approx 7,745m2 of prime real estate located in the Hospital precinct.
1/5 Banksia Street
22 Bruning Place
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6 Cobblestone Court
17 Bruning Place
1 Morgan Street SOLD 23 Agnes Street
15 Noojee Street
Lot 50 Bengalee Crescent UNDER CONTRACT
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75 Tollner Road UNDER CONTRACT
Lot 103 Hillview Lane
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Lot 603 Pelican Pt Rd, Pelican Point REDUCED
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.
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.
Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living areas, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.
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4/12 Shepherd Street
Avail 10/8/20 $160 per week
10/186 Commercial Street East
Avail 28/8/20 $160 per week
15 Shadylyn Close
Avail 7/10/20 $250 per week
23 Shalamar Crescent
Avail 18/9/20 $280 per week
2/5A William Street
Avail now $295 per week
36 Currawong Crescent
Avail 31/7/20 $315 per week
2 Lasiandra Crescent
Avail 11/9/20 $350 per week
28 Gwendoline Street
Avail 7/8/20 $365 per week
11/89 Shepherdson Road
Avail 11/9/20 $380 per week
3 Cottage Grove
Avail 17/8/20 $380 per week
29 Legoe Street, Cape Jaﬀa
Lot4, 2-6 Pascoe Rd, Pt MacDonnell UNDER CONTRACT
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Lot 201, 202 Smiths Rd Pt MacDonnell
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15 Shadylyn Close
Avail 7/10/20 2 1 1 $250 pw •Two bedrooms both with built in robes •Open living lounge/dine/kitchen with gas heating, r/c air conditioner & dishwasher •Single garage under main roof •Quiet location •Low maintenance •No pets
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2/5A William Street
2 Lasiandra Crescent
Avail Now 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
Avail 11/9/20 4 2 3 $350 pw •4 bedrooms, main with ens •BIR’S in all bedrooms •Large open dining/family/kitchen with electric cooking •R/C aircon •Single garage UMR, plus double length carport •Undercover outdoor area •Pets negotiable
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103 Meylin Street, Pt MacDonnell
10 Greenridge Drive
12 Mount Percy Road
UNDER T CONTRAC 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
4/4 Underwood Avenue
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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5 William Street, Caveton
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.
106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
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!
From the moment you open the timber gate and walk down the garden path to the front door of this lovely property, you will be in love this is true country living with the city centre just minutes away, the kids to can walk to tenison an absolute abundance of shedding! - only an inspection will reveal all this home has to offer
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.
78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
2/46 Derrington Street
Surrounded by countryside and seclusion, primed and ready to be restored, three spacious bedrooms, large kitchen/meals/ family, large 6mx12m (approx.) workman’s shed fully powered and includes provisions for a shower and toilet.
Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the ﬁrst home buyer or investor – close to all amenities. Inspect now and be impressed!
41 Canavan Road
46 Jubilee Highway West
a| 1,120m2 approx
400 Wireless Road West, Suttontown
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20A Boandik Terrace
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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.
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.
93-101 Commercial Street West
This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new ﬂoor coverings window furnishings
RENTALS 28 Gwendoline Street
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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3 Cottage Grove
This superbly renovated home oozes charm & style, gleaming timber ﬂoors, crisp modern decore and immaculate presentation. This stunner is an absolute must see!
4 Shops | 3 Titles
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23-25 Commercial Street West
For sale to be offered as a whole. Super rare opportunity for the Investor/Owner occupier. Prominent main street location – rear access/parking.
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94 Commercial Street East
COMMERCIAL 23-25 Commercial Street West 32 Commercial Street West 3/19 Gray 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
Avail 17/8/20 4 2 3 $380 pw •Four bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite •Two bedrooms with BIR •Open living, kitchen/dine/family with electric cooking, dishwasher & RC air con •Formal lounge •Gas central heating •2 way bathroom •Undercover patio •Double garage UMR & detached single garage •No pets
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
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78B Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East 1/2 James Street 2/2 James Street
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WEEKEND FISHING SHACK
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2 teaspoons olive oil 500g beef fillet thinly sliced 1 white onion, thinly sliced 200g Swiss brown mushrooms 200g button mushrooms 2 garlic cloves, crushed 1 teaspoon paprika
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 200ml salt-reduced beef stock 1/4 cup)reduced-fat sour cream 100g baby spinach 2 x 250g pkt zucchini noodles Steamed green beans, to serve Baby parsley leaves, to serve
Method Heat half the olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over high heat. Cook the beef, in 2 batches, for 2 minutes or until golden. Transfer to a plate. Heat the remaining oil in same pan over medium heat. Cook the onion, stirring, for 5 minutes or until softened. Add the mushrooms and increase heat to high. Cook, stirring, for 3-4 minutes or until browned. Add the garlic and paprika and cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until aromatic. Add the Worcestershire sauce and stock and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low, return the beef to the pan and gently simmer for 1-2 minutes or until heated through. Stir through the cream and spinach and cook until spinach has just wilted. Microwave the zucchini noodles following packet directions. Serve the beef with the zucchini noodles and steamed green beans, and sprinkled with the parsley.
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L On the P road… again
When you are running a driver mentor program one of the key components to that program is a vehicle and Callaghan’s Motors have come to the party to ensure a local program will stay on the road. The Glenelg TAC L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program secured vital sponsorship, in the guise of two vehicles for participants’ use, to ensure the successful continuation of the program. L2P Program Coordinator Rachel Brough was delighted to see the business renew their support.
“This display of goodwill from Callaghan Motors will ensure the Glenelg L2P program remains viable and can continue to provide opportunities for learner drivers across the shire to gain valuable driving experience. It is a fantastic outcome for all,” she said. “The timing couldn’t be better, with the program now back up and running again after a brief hiatus due to the state and national health restrictions. “We thank Callaghan’s for their continued support, particularly in light of the current economic climate. This sponsorship will be a lifeline for many local young drivers.”
Callaghan Motors managing director Steve Callaghan said the business was
proud to continue to offer their support. “We are pleased to be able to help play a vital role in the success of the Glenelg TAC L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program,” he said. “The L2P Program
is highly regarded and valued, and our contribution is just one small way that we can help to give back to the community. “We look forward to continuing to strengthen our partnership and provide further opportunities for our local youth to succeed.” The TAC L2P program is funded by TAC, managed by Department of Transport and delivered by the Glenelg Shire Council. The program assists learners under 21 years of age, without access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the 120 hours of driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence. Young people are matched with fully licensed volunteer mentors and use a sponsored vehicle to gain supervised driving experience. Photo - Callaghan Motors’ Steve Callaghan, L2P Coordinator Rachel Brough and L2P Mentor Robert Chandler stand with the TAC L2P vehicles.
Melaleuca Reserve set for a serious makeover Melaleuca Reserve is set for a dramatic makeover, redeveloping its basic dirt track to a state-of-the-art pump track, building on the success of the same style track at Hastings Cunningham Reserve. Construction on the neighbourhood pimp track could potentially start within months at the reserve, on the corner of Newton Crescent and Pressey Street.
“For many years the site has hosted a basic dirt track that has been informally maintained by park users,” City of Mount Gambier general manager Nick Serle (pictured) said. “Ongoing consultation with park users and the surrounding neighbourhood has highlighted strong aspirations for the track to be enhanced, with a particular interest in improving safety, usability and the visual appeal of the current facility.” The project will be designed and constructed by Velosolutions following successful completion of the Hastings
Cunningham Reserve Pump Track. “Following the tender process, Velosolutions was awarded the contract and as we’ve seen at Hastings Cunningham Reserve they are global leaders in pump track developments,” Mr Serle said. The $60,000 project will include a 91 metre family-friendly, entry level track that will be asphalt sealed and suitable for all-weather use. “While the project considers and complements the larger pump track facility located at Hastings Cunningham Reserve, this new track will be smaller which will create a fantastic entry level facility within the context of a neighbourhood reserve, primarily servicing the interests of the surrounding community,” Mr Serle said. Council is currently engaging with residents surrounding the site to enable those impacted to provide feedback on the proposed design and positioning within the reserve before a development application is lodged. Subject to approval, the project is expected to be completed in December this year. To find out more, visit www. haveyoursaymountgambier.com.au/ melaleuca-reserve-pump-track
Community called to action
Community members are being urged to join the fight against native firewood theft by ensuring the wood they purchase is sustainably and legally sourced. Firewood theft has plagued the Green Triangle forest industry for many years, but more recently, forest owners have reported a sharp increase in illegal activity. A group of Green Triangle forest owners fed-up with widespread environmental destruction and theft of native timber, have joined forces with law enforcement and government agencies to address the issue. The new Intra-Agency and Forestry Management Liaison Group spans both sides of the South Australian-Victorian border, with representatives from ForestrySA, SFM Asset Management, Green Triangle Forest Products, OneFortyOne, HVP, Australian Blue Gum Plantations, PF Olsen, Timberlands Pacific, Birdlife SA, SA’s Department for Environment and Water, Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning Victoria, SA Police and Victoria Police. Group chair and SFM Asset Management portfolio manager Joel Turner said it was important for community members to ensure they purchased only legally and sustainably sourced firewood. He said plantation grown blue gum was an excellent sustainable choice which burns at the same temperature as redgum, is easier to split and ignite and readily available from local merchants. “What the public doesn’t realise is that the wood they are purchasing from private sellers has often been cut down illegally from native reserves or private land across the region,” Mr Turner said. “Illegal firewood theft damages the native environment that is protected for conservation and native animal habitat. Many of the trees being cut down are 150 to 200 years old
and they can’t be replaced. It takes more than 100 years for a redgum to provide a suitable habitat for native species such as the endangered Redtailed black cockatoo.” Fellow group member ForestrySA Forest Ranger Kieran Gosden said camera surveillance and patrols had been increased in and around plantation and native forests to help catch thieves operating across the region. “The forest industry is working collaboratively with regulatory authorities and police. We’re all ramping up our efforts to catch those responsible,” she said. “If you are in local forests cutting down trees and taking firewood you are breaking the law and there will be consequences.” Green Triangle Forest Products harvesting manager and group member Mark Wells said the community had a collective responsibility to look after the environment for the benefit of future generations. “This is a pretty unique environment and if we’re not careful, we’ll destroy it and lose more than just trees,” he said. “I think a lot of the people who are buying redgum are probably unaware of the impact of what they’re doing. For them it’s just a heating resource and they’re keeping warm in winter, but the real environmental impact – they just don’t see it. We really need to convey to the community that ‘we understand that you’re looking for heating, but there are alternative resources Above - Members of the IntraAgency and Forestry Management Liaison Group have joined forces to target illegal firewood theft in the Green Triangle. Group members, ForestrySA’s Kieran Gosden, SFM Asset Management’s Mike Lawson and Department of Environment and Water’s Aiden Laslett are pictured in native forest near Mount Gambier.
Paying it forward Erin Bourchier recently started sporting a new hair style. Her long locks were lopped off and a stylish bob is in their place. While there is nothing unusual about women heading to the hairdressers desperate for a fresh look and a new style, Erin’s decision had nothing to do with vanity and everything to do with making a difference in someone else’s life. A breast cancer survivor, Erin knew how much wearing a wig during her treatment helped her feel better about herself and the battle she was facing and wanted to provide that level of comfort and support for someone else. “Throughout my journey I always felt the need to give back in some way.” Erin said. “My husband raised money for the Cancer Council after the completion of my diagnosis and I was so proud of him for achieving that. I was so inspired I wanted to do something too.” Erin’s cousin donated her hair a few years ago in response to Erin’s breast cancer battle and donating her own hair seemed the obvious way for Erin to pay it forward so she started growing her hair to get it to the length needed to be useful for a wig. “It took me quite some time as I lost my hair during my treatment,” Erin said. “I decided I was ready for the big chop and was pleasantly surprised I had a good 25cm of hair to offer and my hair is so ridiculously thick it will certainly help to contribute to make such a wonderful wig.” Erin underwent the chop at Fuse Fair & Beauty and donated her superfluous locks to Sustainable Salons who distribute the hair to charitable organisations and local wig makers for those suffering from medically induced hair loss conditions such as alopecia and cancer or help fund other life changing programs. “When I was first diagnosed I can recall being told I would lose my hair and I was beside myself,” Erin said. “Looking back it was quite vain of me, that really was the least of my worries.” Vain or not – it was Erin’s reality and is the reality of many people who lose their hair courtesy of a variety of medical conditions, including cancer treatment. Her grandparents insisted they purchase Erin a wig and Erin chose a wig that closely resembled the hair she was about to lose. “I absolutely loved it and wore it every time I left the house,” Erin said. “I loved that fact I could be ready in minutes and so did my husband. It
gave me a huge confidence boost in such a challenging time in my life and I felt I could blend into the crowd.” Hindsight is, of course, a wonderful thing and Erin does believe she would tackle her hair loss differently than her 28 year old self chose to present in public. “If I was going through treatment now I believe I would have a totally different perspective on this and would be more confident to show the battle I was facing.”
“…that really was the least of my worries…” It was on July 31, 2012, that Erin received her life changing diagnosis. She did have a family history of breast cancer – her nanna on her mother’s side lost her battle with breast cancer when she was 56, her nanna’s sister was diagnoses as a 52 year old and Erin’s auntie was diagnosed, aged 32. That’s why she did the right thing and had genetic testing, receiving the good news that she was negative for the BRCA gene. It was at the start of 2012 that Erin began to feel unwell. Happily married, planning to start a family and enjoying a career as a dental nurse at Ferrers Dental Surgery, Erin felt like if there was a virus to catch, she came down with it and her energy levels were low. Erin vividly remembers her response when a doctor told her it was glandular fever - “I’m glad it’s nothing worse.” Fast forward six months and in the same chair she was delivered the shattering news – you have breast cancer. It all started with Erin discovering a lump and based on her family history, she hightailed it to the doctor the next day. “I remember the doctor saying he would send me off to get it tested but he didn’t believe it would be anything too sinister,” Erin said. “My lump was 2.4cm in diameter so relatively large. I was also informed after testing that it had spread, not to the typical nodes in your underarms, but to two nodes located in the middle of my chest. I was incredibly lucky that this was detected.” A plethora of scans and tests ensued and to her relief, the cancer had not spread anywhere else in her body. A mastectomy was the recommended treatment path and Erin was taking no chances. “I was given the choice of a partial mastectomy but I was wanting the best outcome possible so did not hesitate to have my whole breast removed,” she said. “Following the mastectomy I had egg retrieval as there was a strong possibility my husband and I would not be able to have children naturally after the completion of my treatment.” The surgery was followed 18 months of chemotherapy and 5 weeks of
radiotherapy, meaning more than 40 trips to Adelaide for that treatment. “I was given a 80 per cent chance of survival at the five year mark and my chance of survival increases thereafter.” Needless to say this Friday is a huge day for Erin and her family and friends as she marks eight years since her diagnosis, her wig donation and her continuing good health. “My family were my ultimate support during this time,” Erin said. “My husband and parents were by my side during all my scans, doctors appointments and surgery at the beginning of my diagnosis.” And she doesn’t just mean a comforting word, a warm hug or a shoulder to cry on. “My husband and my father shaved their own heads as well as mine when my hair began falling out - many tears were shed that night.”
“…my family were my ultimate support during this time…” Erin’s husband only missed two chemotherapy treatments in that 18 months of road trips to Adelaide and her mother took six months off work to help out at home at the beginning of Erin’s chemotherapy when it was most intense. “We had many friends bring us care packages, precooked dinners, flowers, cards with words of encouragement and support,” Erin said. “My husband’s local football club raised money for us and my best friend raised money that we chose to donate to the Cancer Council as their support during this time was invaluable especially the Cancer Council accommodation in Adelaide.” Erin could not be more grateful for that support, as we as the work of the numerous specialists involved in her treatment, as well as the care she received from the St Andrew’s Hospital nursing staff. “My breast surgeon has been nothing short of amazing,” she said. “I credit him to saving my life. He spent hours in the operating theatre trying to remove the nodes in my chest during surgery and was successful in doing so. I was warned these nodes were extremely difficult to remove due to the position of them and there was no guarantee they would be able to be successfully removed and for that, I will be forever grateful. The nurses were incredible and so understanding. They gave me so much valuable knowledge for a newly diagnosed patient. I had such a wonderful relationship with my
“…at the end of the day I’m covered in scars but the scars tell a story of a battle…” oncology team. I remember having my last chemotherapy in Adelaide and I was elated to be finished but was also sad to say goodbye to my oncologist and the amazing network of nurses that had provided me with so much support, knowledge and laughs over the past 18 months.” That wasn’t the end of the Erin’s treatments and procedures – she has since had her right breast removed and has undergone reconstruction and is still under the care of an Adelaide based plastic surgeon and her breast surgeon. “I feel comfort in the fact that I haven’t had to say goodbye to all of my wonderful support teams.” Erin is now living her dream and has been blessed with three beautiful boys – Jack (4); Lucas (3) and their most recent surprise, Thomas, who is three months old – all conceived naturally.
“...you do learn to try to put it behind you and as each day goes by you focus more and more on the positive aspects of life...”
“This has been a miracle in itself,” Erin said. “Our chances of conceiving naturally were extremely low so as you can imagine we were beside ourselves every time we found out we were expecting. We feel so incredibly lucky. We had no need to use our eleven embryos in Adelaide from our fertility treatment.” Her three boys don’t just keep her busy but also prove to be a wonderful distraction. “I still do constantly have my past journey in the back of my mind,” Erin said. “I still worry about the possibility of it returning. Aches and pains often scare me. Something so minor as a headache to someone can feel like something so sinister to me. My anxiety has certainly elevated after my diagnosis but you do learn to try to put it behind you and as each day goes by you focus more and more on the positive aspects of life. It has certainly taught me many valuable lessons and I will never take my health for granted. At the end of the day I’m covered in scars but the scars tell a story of a battle, a battle that I have fought.”
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Close debuts on Monday night football North Gambier premiership player Brad Close got called to a coaches meeting in Geelong’s Western Australian hub for the reason every player dreams of – he had been selected to make his AFL debut. Cats Academy Coach James Rahilly summoned the 2019 Glenelg premiership player to the board room where Chris Scott gave Close the good news. “It was a bit of shock really – I didn’t really know what to say. It’s definitely one of the best feelings I’ve had,” Close said. “I’ve been really excited since then so I can’t wait. I got straight on the phone to mum and dad and I think they were even more excited than I was. That was a good moment as well.” The excitement from parents Andrew and Andrea has been tempered by the harsh reality that they could not attend their son’s debut outing against Fremantle but no doubt their eyes were glued to the telecast. Close credits his year at Glenelg with helping transform him into a
Millicent 62 (P. Nitschke, M. Haggett) d South Gambier 25 (R. Richter, I. Kenny); South Gambier 41 (G. Ryan, T. McShane) d North Gambier 33 (A. Circelli, S. Dally); West Gambier 67 d East Gambier 37
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 37 (L. Munro, E. Bouchier) d Millicent 36 (P. Lucas, P. McRae); South Gambier 48 (L. Munro, E. Jones) d North Gambier 24 (A. Tentye, A. Coon); West Gambier 50 (L. Croker, H. Seidel) d East Gambier 15 (J. Davis, I. Dwyer)
15 & UNDER B Millicent 61 (L. Poole, A. Schultz) d South Gambier 13 (L. Gazzard, Z. Balog); South Gambier 34 (S. Pedler, J. Jennings) d North Gambier 32 (C. Mackereth, H. Brooks);
13 & UNDER A Millicent 47 d South Gambier 14 (M. Harrold, C. Attiwill); North Gambier 73 (S. Mobbs, M. Allen) d South Gambier 4 (R. Mitchell, C. Tarr); West Gambier 47 (E. Jolley, J. Heraper) d East Gambier 19 (T. Burford, R. Jacobs)
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Limestone Coast Football League action - Mundulla & East remain undefeated Far left - East defender Jayden Eldridge wraps up Tom Gould, who tries to get the ball away. Centre left - Jake Schutz kicks out from full back. Left - Sam Willson marks strongly in front despite the pressure from his North opponent Tom Bruhn. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER FULL LIMESTONE COAST FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD & ALL THE JUNIOR RESULTS FROM THE WEEKEND OPP. PAGE
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL UNDER 18 West Gambier 4.2 8.4 11.7 13.11 (89) East Gambier 0.1 2.2 2.2 4.4 (28) Goals - West: B. Say 3; G. McIvor White, D. Carter, J. Judd, B. Cook 2; E. Gladman, J. Conrolo. East: C. Noack 2; D. Hunt, A. Todd. Best - West: B. Cook, E. Giddings, A. Jarnevic, B. Olds, D. Carter, B. Say. East: D. Hunt, C. Barry, A. Todd, C. Noack. Millicent 1.1 2.3 5.6 10.8 (68) South Gambier 3.1 3.4 5.4 5.4 (34) Goals - Millicent: J. Robbie 3; R. Schubert, B. Shanks, J. Cushion 2; H. Armfield. South: R. Kuhl 2; T. Rayner, M. Sims, H. M cBain, Best - Millicent: B. Shanks, J. Robbie, R. Schubert, J. Werchon, D. Shanks, C. McGrath. South: J. Duncan, H. Winterfield, J. McGregor, B. Neshoda, R. Kuhl.
West Gambier 3.1 5.4 6.9 8.9 (57) East Gambier 2.2 2.2 3.3 3.3 (21) Goals - West: L. Lefever 4; E. Gladman 2; S. Medhurst, R. Cowling. East: W. Ellis, R. Flamank, L. Delaney. Best - West: E. Gladman, B. Boult, R. Cowling, L. Lefever, J. Judd. East: K. Dwyer, D. Hunt, H. Puhara, L. Delaney, F. Graney. North Gambier 0.2 2.4 3.5 3.8 (26) South Gambier White 0.1 1.1 1.1 3.1 (19) Goals - North: J. Turner, J. Williamson, Z. Nulty. South White: N. Forbes, Z. Hopgood, H. Keding. Best - North: R. McLaughlin, J. Turner, B. Braithwaite, B. Anderson, B. Dethmore, Z. Nulty. South White: J. Walker, N. Wilke, Z. Hopgood, A. Circelli. Millicent 2.1 4.4 7.6 7.7 (49) South Gambier Red 0.4 0.8 2.10 3.13 (31) Goals - Millicent: K. Shanks, J. Todd 2; K. Dunn, J. Cushion, A. Wesolowski. South Red: J. Sims, L. Turley, S. Sims. Best - Millicent: J. Cushion, K. Shanks, K. Dunn, E. Redman, T. Lang, J. O’Leary. South Red: M. Sims, N. Sims, N. Adams, W. Vaughan, H. Fisher, F. Calderwood.
North Gambier 3.3 4.4 5.4 6.6 (42) South Gambier White 1.3 1.6 1.6 2.7 (19) Goals - North: A Dally 3; C. Turner, K. Allen, D. Ilsley. South Red: J. Hann, M. Thomas. Best - North: D. Ilsley, D. Arthurson, A. Allen, T. Hamilton, W. Norman, A. Dally. South Red: J. Kuhl, A. Sims, N. Maxwell, M. Goldsmith, L. Ray, R. Harris. West Gambier 2.2 3.2 4.3 4.3 (27) East Gambier 0.0 1.0 2.2 3.5 (23) Goals - West: S. Fraser 2; M. Hill, M. Foster. East: A. Clarke 2; N. Bignell. Best - West: B. Cowling, T. Johnson, K. Johnson, M. Foster, R. Morgan, S. Fraser. East: A. Clarke, E. Stratford, T. Wilke, A. Virtanen, K. Chittleborough, W. Virgo. NO SCORES AVAILABLE FROM SOUTH GAMBIER RED V MILLICENT
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL SENIOR COLTS Nangwarry 3.2 8.3 9.3 14.4 (88) Kalangadoo 2.1 4.2 6.3 6.4 (44) Goals - Nangwarry: Z. Tweed 3; K. Downie, B. Lindner, T. Dinnison 2; C. Lythgo, T. Opelaar, K. Whitehouse, R. Knightly, L. Kuhl. Kalangadoo: no details available. Best - Nangwarry: B. Lindner, Z. Currie, C. Lythgo, K. Whitehouse, Z. Tweed, H. Ros-Smith. Kalangadoo: no details available. Glencoe 2.1 4.1 9.6 12.8 (80) Hatherleigh 2.4 4.6 4.7 7.8 (50) Goals - Glencoe: K. Maney 3; T. Mutch 2; Z. Walker, D. Hurley, A. Hurley, M. Arthurson, B. Rothall, B. Weedon, J. Edmonds. Hatherleigh: Z. Bowering 2; J. Thomas, T. Atkinson, J. Faulkner, K. Thomas, E. Bowman.
Best - Glencoe: B. Weedon, J. Edmonds, J. Matthews, A. Hurley, D. Williamson, Hatherleigh: C. Atkinson R. Lindner, E. Bowman, T. Atkinson, K. Thomas. Kongorong 2.4 3.6 9.8 11.10 (76) Robe 1.0 3.1 4.1 4.1 (25) Goals - Kongorong: J. Maconachie, D. Pohlec-Gordon, B. Von Stanke-Dowie 2; L. McIntyre, R, Maconoachie, J. Allen, M. Kemp, S. Duivenvoorde. Robe: B. Nicolle 2; E. Cornish, M. Keane. Best - Kongorong: J. Whitty, D. Fishpool, L. McIntyre, B. Von Stanke-Dowie, R. Maconachie. Robe: B. Nicolle, P. Matthews, K. Woodward, F. Peel., O. Haggett. Mt Burr 4.2 6.2 6.6 8.8 (56) Tantanoola 0.0 1.0 4.0 5.0 (30) Goals - Mt Burr: M. Abduvahobov 3; F. Altschwager 2; G. Wimshurst, L. Alcock, T. Allen. Tantanoola: J. Cytrowski 2; L. Hale, M. Nelson, E. Cushion. Best - Mt Burr: T. Allen, J. Muhovics, G. Whennen, B. Scott, J. Bowering, G. Wimshurst. Tantanoola: S. Jennings, J. Batchelor, J. Cytrowksi, E. Cushion, C. Kelly, J. Marino.
Nangwarry 2.1 5.2 8.5 8.5 (53) Kalangadoo 1,1 1.1 2.2 2.2 (14) Goals - Nangwarry: T. Virtanen 3; T. Bell, A. Virtanen 2; J. Dinnison. Kalangadoo: D. Stone 2. Best - Nangwarry: A. Virtanen, K. McNair, B. Sealey, T. Bell, B. Moy, P. Davis. Kalangadoo: D. Stone, D. Raedel, O. Gregory, N. Cooper, J. Box. Tantanoola 2.0 6.5 7.6 7.8 (50) Mt Burr 1.1 1.1 3.2 4.3 (27) Goals - Tantanoola: C. Kelly 3; A. Lindner 2; J. Bevan, B. Rowe. Mt Burr: R. McKay 2; K. Bevan. C. Bevan. Best -Tantanoola: C. Kelly, S. Simmons, A. Lindner, B. Hateley, K. Bell. Mt Burr: B. Sharp, R. McKay, C. Bevan, K. Bevan, B. Manhood, J. Burchell. Robe 4.2 10.3 14.5 18.8 (116) Kongorong 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - Robe: J. Dutton, J. Ciabattoni 5; M. McKenny 4; K. Carter, N. Gibbons, C. McMullan, M. Robertson. Kongorong: T. Richardson. Best - Robe: M. Robertson, K. Carter, J. Dutton, C. Thomas, J. Ciabattoni. Kongorong: R. Angelino, K. Laslett, W. Von Stanke, X. Beard, J. Bald, K. Ashby. Hatherleigh 4.3 6.4 9.6 9.11 (65) Glencoe 0.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 (12) Goals - Hatherleigh: O. Fitzgerald 2; E. Marshall, A. Nettle, Z. Bowering, F. Leopold, C. Clark, R. Prouse, T. Atkinson. Glencoe: K. Price 2. Best - Hatherleigh: O. Fitzgerald, T. Atkinson, C. Bellinger, O. Howell, W. Figg. Glencoe: P. Langsmith, B. Pfitzner, R. Bonrham, A, Tentye, C, Tweddle, S. Haase.
SENIOR COLTS Penola 1.1 3.3 6.7 7.9 (51) Bordertown 0.2 1.2 2.2 2.5 (17) Goals - Penola: J. Klemm 2; A. McShane, D. Potter, J. Whitehouse, B. Gartner, D. Morton. Bordertown: D. Carnemolla, O. Merrett. Best - Penola: D. Porter, J. Dent, S. Hayes, D. Morton, A. McShane. Bordertown: M. Ghulami, H. Dahlitz, D Carnemolla, M. McLellan, I. Bertus. Keith 1.1 2.5 4.5 8.10 (58) Padthaway/Lucindale 1.4 2.5 3.5 3.5 (23) Goals- Keith: S. Gogel, O. Martin 3; J. Hornsby-Weber, A. Watts. Padthaway/Lucindale: S. Pitt, C. Clarke, B. Burdett. Best - Keith: R. McMurray, J. Altus, D. Qualmann, E. Wood, T. Edson, J. Hornsby, Weber. Padthaway/Lucindale: C. C;arke, M. Jenke, S. Volker, J. Pinchbeck, M. Bittner. Kingston 6.2 8.3 15.6 18.7 (115) Naracoorte 1.0 4.0 4.0 4.1 (25) Goals - Kingston: J. Harding 7; J. Tapfield 4; E. Murdock 3; F. Watts, L. Watson 2. Naracorote: B. Johnson 3; S. Pirdham. Best - Kingston: J. Harding, E. Murdock, J. Tapfield, C. Watts, L. Watson, D. Wright. Naracorote: S. Pridham, R, Fletcher, B. Johnson, T. Thomson, G. Trader, H. Schroder. Kybybolite 5.7 7.11 15.13 16.13 (109) Mundulla 0.2 1.2 2.3 2.5 (17) Goals - Kybybolite: B. Pratter 5; N. Baker 3; J. Shepherd, A. McKenzie 2; B. Watson, G. Malone, D Irvine, T. Ellis. Mudulla: B. Wiese, H. Young. Best - Kybybolite: A. McKenzie, N. Baker, B. Pratter, D. Irvine, B. Fox, B. Ludwig, Mundulla: H. Kuchel, M. Pickering, A. Davies, B. Wiese, M. Thorpe.
Bordertown 3.1 6.5 8.5 11.6 (72) Penola 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - Bordertown: G. Laucke 3; N. McCarthy 2; A. Dawes, H. Meakins, W. Harvey, C. Will, H. Hayes, L. Glynn. Penola: B. Copping. Best - Bordertown: D. Will, C. Will, N. McCarthy, H. Meakins, W. Harvey, A. Dawes. Penola: Z. Zema, T. Currie, B. Copping, C. Gartner, N. Skeer. Padthaway/Lucindale 2.4 4.4 6.8 7.12 (354 Keith 1.0 1.0 2.1 2.1 (13) Goals - Padthaway/Lucindale: J. Schutz, A. Pitt, E. Hocking 2. Keith: B. Ross, B. Thompson. Best - Padthaway/Lucindale: A. Pitt, B. Smith, R. Clarke, B. Turner, E. Hocking, S. Carter. Keith: T. Wilson, B. Thompson, M. Hutchins, J. Hedges, B. Rodert, J. Smith. Naracoorte 1.1 5.2 6.2 8.4 (52) Kingston 2.2 4.2 5.6 5.7 (37) Goals- Naracoorte: L. Leehane 3; M. Maney 2; Z. Boston, R. McMullan, H. White. Kingston: L. Watson 2; J. Peterson, H. Pilmore, L. Braithwaite. Best - Naracoorte: L. Leehane, J. duRand, M. Maney, X. Mitchell, T. Kawau, G. Slattery. Kingston: F. Watts, L. Watson, J. Person, M. Little, H. Pilmore, N. Worthley. Kybybolite 3.6 4.7 6.10 11.11 (77) Mundulla 1.0 2.2 2.2 2.2 (14) Goals- Kybybolite: R. Brown, S. Malone 4; W. Freckleton 2; J. Ottoson-Crossling. Mundulla: R. Dimitriadis, C. Krop. Best - Kybybolite: R. Brown, L. McKenzie, S. Malone, D. Schinckel, W. Freckleton. Mundulla: H. Davies, R. Dimitriadis, J. Kuchel, R. Noonan, T. Rogers.
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LIMESTONE COAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Mundulla 4.3 6.8 8.12 13.13 (91) Kybybolite 1.1 2.1 3.3 3.6 (24) Goals - Mundulla: N. Mosey, J. McGrice, H. Dowling 3; J. Hinge, N. Gregurke, L. Hinge, L. Wiese. Kybybolite: B. Carberry 2; B. Munn. Best - Mundulla: S. Luckett, J. Grosser, N. Gregurke, D. Noll, M. Young, T. Wagenknecht. Kybybolite: T. Cooper, B. Laurie, S. Craig, B. Munn, B. Carberry, J. Bettoncelli. East Gambier 1.3 3.4 9.5 10.8 (68) North Gambier 0.3 1.4 5.5 7.7 (49) Goals - East: T. Lockwood, G. Cooper, S. Lock 2; J. Dawe, J. Jacobs, S. Willson, M. Rumbelow. North: J. McConnell 4; S. Stafford 2; J. Schutz. Best - East: J. Forster, T. Lockwood, N. Lock, B. Rathjen, J. Harrap, J. Byrne. South Gambier 1.2 3.5 6.6 12.7 (79) Kalangadoo 2.2 3.4 6.4 8.7 (55) Goals - South: B. Kain , B. Foster 4; C. Munro, C. Fallas, K. Jones, P. Mitchell. Kalangadoo: A. Stone, B. Mules 2; A. Lyon, J. Casey, J. Mansell, E. Maney. Best - South: K. Eagleson, C. Fallas, C. Munro, T. Reid. Kalangadoo: not supplied.
South Gambier 7.8 (50) Kalangadoo 5.3 (33) Goals - South: N. Patzel 2; J. Smith, G. Hutchesson, L. Rees, L. Pearce-Raisin, N. Seager. Kalangadoo: B. Ousey, Z. Westwick, A. Blom, G. Merrett. Best - South: N. Seager, C. Barrett, B. Telford, J. Gazzard, M. Pratt, J. Smith. Kalangadoo: H. Porter, J. Martin, N. Reeves, H. Lambert, B. Ousey.
South Gambier handed out its Limestone Coast Women’s Football League club awards earlier this month after the club’s tilt at a second title was quashed by the current health crisis. Having gone through the season undefeated, finals were cancelled due to the pandemic so the team had to settle for knowing they had enjoyed another strong season. League best & fairest Tess Andrews took out the Demons top honour from star teenager Imogen Walker - the club’s 2019 best & fairest - with a number of oither awards handed out on the night. Above (from left) - Melanie Deak (Coach’s Trophy); Emma McDonald (Most Consistent); Imogen Walker (Runner Up Best & Fairest); Taylor Saffin (coach) Tess Andrews (Best & Fairest); Neave Delaney (Leading Goalkicker) & Chelsea Frost (Most Improved)
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LOCAL SPORT Federal windfall funds hockey club upgrade The Bordertown Hockey Club has an upgraded kitchen facility in part thanks to a Federal Government grant of $5000 through the Stronger Communities Program. Member for Barker Tony Pasin visited the club last week to see the newly installed kitchen at the clubrooms. “This funding has helped to ensure the Bordertown Hockey Club remains sustainable for new and existing
members into the future,” Mr Pasin said. “It also offers upgraded facilities for other community groups to use.” Mr Pasin said the Stronger Communities program is aimed at funding projects that deliver social and economic benefits and form part of the Federal Government’s continuing commitment to strengthen local communities across Australia. “Our local communities and the community clubs and groups within them are the heart of this country and the investment in local projects under the Stronger Communities Programme is about just that – strengthening communities and ensuring they have the facilities and the infrastructure to remain vibrant, great places to live into the future,” Mr Pasin said. Below (back row from left) - Nick Murdoch, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Tim Diment, Paula Blackwell, Tiffany Golding and (front row from left) - Logan Blackwell, Sophie Blackwell & Linda Anderson
Basketball returns to the court after long hiatus MG PLASTERERS SECBL MEN Basketball was back in the MG Plasters SECBL men’s competition with the opening gamebetween Panthers and the Roos. Two Roos players (Malok and Makoi) arrived just after the tip leaving Roos with four players to open the game which wasn’t the ideal start. Caleb Bachmann and young gun Zach Nulty showed flashes early for Roos however the depth, balance and talent of Panthers proved too strong and they ran away with a big victory. Oli Thomson had a huge scoring night with 25 but it was Kyle Tipene who was the difference maker early when the game was up for grabs. Panthers 94 (O Thomson 25, K Tipene 19, J Walker14) def Roos 47 (Malok Makuer 14, C Bachmann 12, M Sutton 8) Cougars were rolling early in their matchup with Bulldogs Blue starting with a 10 – 0 run. Bulldogs, behind the steady play of Simon Berkefeld, worked their way back into the game and a one point lead at half time. The game really heated up in the last quarter as the Bulldogs tried desperately to hold on to their lead while Toby de Wit and the Cougars worked tirelessly to wrestle control of the game their way. Emotions got the better of Cougars as two technical fouls down the stretch enabled Bulldogs to increase their lead in a close game, Bulldogs coming away with a five point win behind 29 points from Simon Berkefeld. Bulldogs Blue 70 (S Berkefeld 29, J Jenner 16, B Young 9) def Cougars 65 (T de Wit 28, J McGregor 17, B Ousey 11)
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Another close game between on the night was between Bulldogs Red and Cats with Bulldogs coming away with the three point win on the back of 32 points from Matt Black. Both teams boast plenty of young local talent making for a great match up. Cats had plenty of contributors with four players reaching double figures, Josh Murphy able to have a positive impact on both ends of the floor using his size to help his side on the boards. It was Matt Black who Cats couldn’t slow down and he used his speed to get to his spots and consistently keep the scoreboard ticking over for his Bulldogs side. Bulldogs Red 61 (M Black 32, S Lock 5, D Reid 12) def Cats 58 (K Bradley 10, A Fuller 10, H Mules 10, J Murphy 10) MG PLASTERERS SECBL WOMEN The MG Plasterers women’s competition has some new faces and is shaping up for an extremely competitive season. Bulldogs/ Roos and Panthers faced off with Bulldogs/ Roos coming away with an impressive victory. Young gun Ellie Bouchier top scored for her side with 20 points and the return of Pioneers player Olivia Wormald (picturd above playing for the Pioneers in 2019) had a positive influence for her side on both ends of the floor. Joey Jones did her best to keep the Panthers in the contest with 23 points however they simply could not match the shooting presence of the Bulldogs/Roos. Bulldogs Roos 65 (E Bouchier 20, O Wormald 12, C Hunter 11) def Panthers 49 (J Jones 23, A Duncan 12, T Bryant 10)
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In Millicent, Saints and Cats played each other with the individual match up of the round between Pioneer players Jasmin Howe and Emily Winter. Jasmin and teammate Olivia Fuller combined for 55 points and were too much for the Cats to handle. Emily Winter and Lucy Denton did their best to keep things close both scoring in double figures, however it was Saints that came away with the victory. Saints 69 (O Fuller 29, J Howe 26, L Schultz 7) def Cats 52 (E Winter 15, L Denton 14, A Winter 10)
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Redbacks looked the sharper outfit early in their game against West and the first goal of the game was scored by Orlando Vause, following a clean pass from Nash Lobley in the mid-field. West scrambled to regroup and not long after, a pass from West’s Will Cameron in his attacking circle found winger Eric Delaland on the left post, who slotted it in to level the scores. Redbacks were doing a great job passing the ball between them and this resulted in Josh Milan also hitting the scoreboard, being at the end of a run of good play. Late in the first half West had a number of opportunities to score and a final scramble in front of goals saw Delaland again tap the ball in off the post, to level the scores leading into half time. In the second half it was a fairly even game, with Cameron scoring an early goal for West. Lobley, meanwhile, who has been playing in his Club’s Division 1 side, was intercepting many West passes through the mid-field and his persistence paid off with a passage of play resulting in him scoring a great goal from the right to level the scores. Play continued up and down the field but with no goals scored. With minutes to go both sides realised the next goal was likely to win the game, but despite both sides pressing hard and moving the ball into their attacking circle within that time, no goal eventuated, and the game ended in a 3-3 draw. It is a massive improvement for Redbacks, who lost their first game to West by a large margin, and will give them confidence leading into future rounds. West, meanwhile, will be aiming to do better and will need to improve on some key areas of their game.
Local players earn academy call up The Lower South East Hockey Association has some strong representation in the recently announced Lower South East Fire Academy – a talent pathway program aligned with South Australia’s Hockey One franchise, Adelaide Fire. The academy includes players from Under 13, 15 & 18 level. Lower South East Fire Academy Female Chloe Boylan; Kayla Branstone; Scarlet Creek; Rachel Curtis; Shae Delaney; Brooklyn Hill; Clare Hopgood; Lily McINtosh; Lauren Smith & Mercedes Theobald. Male Aiden Cameron; Will Cameron; Rhys Earle; Devlin Harpham; Mason Hill; Nate Lobley; Joshua Milan; James Miller; Connor Millhouse; Jack Sharman (pictured) & Blake Vause. The Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy (LCRSA), in partnership with the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Cycling program has conducted physical testing at all four Mount Gambier high schools this week, with opportunities to be apart of the LCRSA/SASI Cycling program to be offered to students that show promise. SASI head cycling coach and Olympic Gold Medallist Brett Aitken will oversee the testing and will have his Olympic Gold Medal with him to show students at the schools. “The LCRSA is committed to providing local athletes with the opportunity to achieve excellence in sport and life. “said LCRSA coordinator Tony Elletson. “SASI is the leader in identifying and developing talent in sport. To be able to continue the partnership with the cycling program at SASI will provide amazing opportunities and pathways for athletes in our region. There is enormous talent in regional areas, and this program helps athletes realise that talent. Athletes that do not live in the metro area face many hurdles in achieving their sporting goals. The academy is working towards removing some of these hurdles for not only the athletes but the families as well. The SASI Cycling Program provides the athletes with specialised elite coaching that will enhance and develop their talent. We look forward to supporting these athletes, along with SASI to hopefully achieve their goals in the sport.”
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