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ISSUE 853 - Wednesday, October 14, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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New look for Bathurst

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The Full Monty cast revealed for mental health fundraiser The 1997 feel good cult classic The Full Monty was a movie that followed six unemployed steel workers as they formed a male striptease act. It has inspired Mount Gambier’s latest major charity event – The Full Monty Limestone Coast. There will be no unemployed steel workers in sight, but rather six well known civic and business leaders set to get their kit off. The movie was all about having a giggle in between tackling issues

including depression, body image and suicide and the October 31 charity event at The Barn is set to shine a light on mental health. The funds raised will go towards services at the Mount Gambier Hospital, as well as self-funded community groups that work in the mental health sector, including The Junction South East, Lifeboat SE and the Mount Gambier Suicide Prevention Group. See inside for full story

LEFT: Self-employed painter Don Pratt is one of half a dozen men stepping well outside their comfort zone to raise money for mental health services.

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New look for Bathurst

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Penrite Racing launches its new livery at its temporary Mount Gambier home base

School finishes up with a bang as defence force runs boot camp

Bathurst is Australia’s premier motor sport event and one of the biggest weekends on the national events calendar and Mount Gambier is set to have a closer connection to the big race than it has had in recent memory. Not only has Penrite Racing been based in Mount Gambier at Carlin & Gazzard’s state-of-the-art workshop since last month but last week they unveiled their new livery for Bathurst at a glittering event that made history – the first time such a reveal has been held in a regional area. “Usually we do things like the launch in Melbourne where we are based but it has been great to be able to do that in what’s been our new home for just over a month,� Penrite Racing managing director Shannen Kiely said. “It was nice that we were able to give something back to a regional community. Mount Gambier is halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide but doesn’t get opportunities like this very often and miss out a bit. Everyone has been so welcoming to us so it has been great to give something back to the community.� Not only has the community taken advantage of being able to pop down to Carlin & Gazzard and watch the Penrite Racing team in action, local businesses and other community members have gone out of their way to make the team feel welcome. “We have felt like monkeys in the zoo but it’s been great,� Shannen said. “Heaps of companies have reached out, from Joan at Lennons who has made us a home cooked meal every day to make us really feel at home, to Peter Gazzard who

has rolled out the red carpet and given us the VIP treatment. We’ve had fun activities to do and been to Robe and really seen what this region has to offer. Everyone has really embraced us being here.� Penrite Racing unveiled its Bathurst 2020 livery at a function last Thursday. “As a team we come up with different liveries normally up to six times a year but with COVID that has been on hold but we really wanted to do something special for Bathurst,� Shannen said. Penrite Oil is Australian owned and made and is running a campaign to encourage all Australian’s to buy local. “The campaign is about reminding people to support local businesses, not just Penrite, but all local businesses to help them get through COVID,� Shannen said. Penrite Racing’s David Reynolds (pictured) conquered the mountain in 2017 and preparations have gone smoothly for this weekend’s event. “You never know until you get to a racetrack,�

Shannen said. “But we are just as prepared as we’ve ever been and there’s no reason why our cars can’t roll out strong. We had good success a couple of years ago when we won it and if everything goes our way on the day we could come up with a really good result.� COVER PHOTO & ABOVE IMAGES COURTESY OF DANIEL KALISZ

For some, the last day of term can be tedious in the build up to the upcoming holidays and for students at Mount Gambier North Primary School (MGNPS), the day began like any other, followed by an ordinary end of term assembly. But the students were set for a surprise of sorts, with special guests making an appearance for the final assembly of the term. Members of SAPOL and the Defence Forces had made their way to the school to personally thank students for their support. The students had written letters of thanks to the police officers, military personnel, nurses and all support staff who have been working around the clock serving and protecting us at the border, and in hospitals. The service men and woman were so grateful for the support,

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they made the effort to attend the school and present a gift. Principal Paul Harmer was presented with two special minted coins and letters of thanks from the SAPOL and the ADF personnel. Following the presentation, members of SAPOL and the ADF helped to host a special event called Tuff Truck. The event was child friendly boot camp style experience, where kids flipped tyres with fellow students, did bar raises, tug of war, heavy bucket challenge and the mud race. Students worked together and simply supported one another, in the process developing teamwork skills. Families were encouraged to participate and students and parents alike had heaps of fun in the Tuff Truck challenge.

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Wattle Range has also seen a surge in visitation with the October Long Weekend and school holidays sparking increased activity. Wattle Range Council economic development manager Roger Babolka said the region’s visitor information centres had seen a promising increase in numbers. Beachport has seen a 25 percent increase from August to September and anecdotal evidence is October has started strongly, while Millicent had a similar jump in the same period Penola and Coonawarra have remained more steady but started from a higher visitation rate in the first place, while the region’s caravan parks enjoyed a surge in clientele as well. “More people are definitely moving around,” Mr Babolka said. “It is early days but it looks like things are turning around. Indications are as the weather improves and people start to feel more comfortable about travelling, people are going to start visiting regions like ours. People are also travelling within the region, taking advantage of warmer weather and going for drives for day trips and exploring our own region.” The annual Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations that run for the month of October are also set to be contributors to improved

visitation, especially if the opening weekend of events was anything to go by. Coonawarra Vignerons acting executive officer & marketing events manager Heidi Eldridge said reports from cellar doors was the October Long Weekend was as busy as a typical Easter period, with visitors from not just within South Australia, but New South Wales and Queensland. “There is definitely a trend of additional visitors from South Australia,” Heidi said. “Normally people would be travelling elsewhere, like overseas, and now they are a lot more focussed on staying closer to home because they have to.” Ironically COVID has allowed the Coonawarra Vignerons to be more focussed in its marketing strategy to attract visitors, rather than spreading the usual wider net into Victoria. While some of the Cabernet Celebrations marquee events have had to be cancelled or reimagined, the 2020 program has provided some more intimate events. “One of the most surprising things with the 2020 program is how extensive it is, even without some of the popular larger events,” Heidi said. “We are also really encouraging locals within the Limestone Coast to get out and see what Coonawarra has to offer.”

Visitors return to region Limestone Coast businesses set to cash in on improved tourism traffic

After a COVID-19 impacted down period, tourism in the Mount Gambier area is now ticking upwards. Tourism across the country took a big hit as COVID-19 restrictions tightened, but the school holiday period has provided the local area with a much-needed boost. The Mount Gambier Visitor Centre closed on March 23 and only reopened on June 5 in the wake of the virus, but confidence in travel is returning and the centre has seen a 64 per cent increase in visitors through the door from Adelaide this school holidays period and a 14 per cent increase from the wider South Australian community. Mount Gambier tourism officer Madeleine Brookes said they’re not quite back at normality just yet, but things are indeed improving. “It’s been great to see the influx of South Australians holidaying at home, especially last week during

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the first week of school holidays. It’s been great seeing locals from South Australia exploring their own state,” Miss Brookes said. “The Mount Gambier Visitor Centre has had the highest visitation since its reopening which is really exciting. “Borders have been closed to other states which has made South Australians re-think their travel plans and head down our way. We’ve seen it reflective as well, locals have headed towards Flinders and other regions.” Miss Brookes added that they were still feeling the effects of the inability of Victorians to cross the border. “Victoria is usually quite a strong market for our region, but it’s great to see that South Australians have been supporting our local region and coming down to visit and exploring Mount Gambier,” she said. “Unfortunately we don’t have

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the same numbers as we did last year, but since September we’ve seen a 61 per cent increase compared to (August) in visitors through the visitor centre. “While it’s not the same as last year, and we’ve still got quite a road ahead to get back to any kind of normal, it’s been really encouraging to see the numbers increase. “We are taking positive steps in the right direction. “It’s still a challenging time ahead, but it’s encouraging to see South Australians are supporting local operators by booking and spending time in the region which is a positive step. “We’ve got the Discover Mount Gambier website as well and just over the last month we’ve seen a 44.2 per cent increase in page views. “It was just tracking along as it was over the last few months, but seeing that 44.2 per cent increase is really positive, so we’re getting a lot more engagement on Mount Gambier social media so people are looking at our region as a destination to visit.” With the Visitor Centre closed for a couple of months, Brookes said the tourism office spent the time working hard to plan for the return of travellers to the local area. “Behind the scenes we were preparing for when restrictions did lift and reopen to try and draw visitors down here safely,” she said. “We were working hard behind the scenes to ensure we were prepared and participated in assisting other community areas. Our team was dispersed out to community groups and we were supporting the community in any way that we could.” “We were just trying to create suggested itineraries and finding those hidden gems that we can promote that people might not have heard of, trying to spike interest with something new. “So as markets have opened up we’ve tried to tap into road trips and itineraries and inspire them to come our way and make a trip of it and come out. “We’re blessed with natural wonders and attractions, so having those wide-open spaces and fresh air is really a positive drawcard for us. We’ll try and pull on those strings and get people down here.”


Seaside sky show attracts record crowd Organisers thrilled with turnout for Robe Aviatiors Society Giant Fly-In event

Emerging artist secures exhibition at Robe gallery

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Callan Sawyer is about to hold his first exhibition at Robe’s Karatta Gallery and has been selected as this summer’s emerging artist by gallery curator Terry Johnson. Originally from Robe, Callan has made the move to Adelaide to pursue a Bachelor of Design and is presently working as a free lance illustrator and 2D animator. Terry has known Callan since he was a young boy and was thrilled to be able to avail him of this opportunity to showcase his talents. “I have watched Callan make his own mark in his art career and his transition into digital art,” Terry said. “From the standpoint of being trained in traditional art techniques I am fascinated with Callan’s artistic talent using computer software as his drawing and painting tools. “His work is riddled with motifs and heraldic symbols that build a unique and intriguing story in to each of his illustrations. “Callan’s work often exists within a medieval fantasy setting, yet it reflects his interpretation of the modern human condition.

that was performed by pilots who are absolute masters of their craft and they just flew so beautifully,” he said. “One of the things they did, which I was very pleased that they did, was when they were flying in on Friday, they decided they’d do a little aerobatic display over the town.

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the day unfolded. “It was an absolute zinger. We were blessed, Saturday’s weather was fabulous,” he said. “We had so many people there that carpark was full and they

had to park out on the road of the airfield. “We had two aerobatic displays throughout the day and then by 3:30pm the weather was starting to turn sour, but everyone had had a ball. “We reckon we might have had 1000 people there, they filled up the whole airfield. “It was (double what we were expecting) and we were knocked out. We had about 25 aeroplanes on the ground, lots of things for people to see, we had the historic car club from Naracoorte came down and displayed all their cars and the air show was fantastic. “The silver sharks they’re called, they did a great job and blew people out of the water.” Aitken revealed that every item up for auction during the dinner was sold. “It was a great day all round and for our auction of aerial photographs, everything was sold at above expected prices and the dinner was a sell out,” he said. “The highest bought photo at the auction was a magnificent photograph taken by Chris Matthews who has got a photographic business where he takes people on photographic tours. “He put in a magnificent photograph of Lake Eyre when it was full at sunrise and that brought $1500.” Aitken added that the high point of the day was the air show itself and believes they helped bring in the enormous crowd. “(The high point was) seeing so many happy people at the airfield watching an aerobatic display

Callan’s exhibition work is about mythology, war, order, chaos and romanticism.” Callan’s exhibition is a step away from their traditional style of exhibitors that grace the Karratta Gallery space and an opportunity to exhibit work that

will appeal especially to the younger generation and offer a great opportunity to gallery visitors to discover digitally created art. Callan’s exhibition opens Sunday, November 1, at Karatta Gallery, 5 Victoria Street , Robe.

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Robe’s Giant Fly In was a roaring success, with almost double the amount of people attending the event than what was initially expected. After originally anticipating between 400 and 500 people to turn up, the Giant Fly In drew close to 1000 across the day. The spectacle, held on the October Long Weekend, featured planes on display, an antique car show, an auction with a dinner and more and was everything the event planners hoped for, aided by some good weather. Robe Aviators Society’s Jaime Aitken, who hosted the event, said he could not be happier with how

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All will be revealed Six well known community leaders set to bare it all The 1997 feel good cult classic The Full Monty was a movie that followed six unemployed steel workers as they formed a male striptease act. It has inspired Mount Gambier’s latest major charity event – The Full Monty Limestone Coast. There will be no unemployed steel workers in sight, but rather six well known civic and business leaders set to get their kit off. The movie was all about having a giggle in between tackling issues including depression, body image and suicide and the October 31 charity event at The Barn is set to shine a light on mental health and the funds raised will go towards services at the Mount Gambier Hospital, as well as self-funded community groups that work in the mental health sector, including The Junction South East, Lifeboat SE and the Mount Gambier Suicide Prevention Group.

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Elliott Jones is the man who came up with the idea and will be among those taking part in the Full Monty. “All the guys are well known in Mount Gambier and if we can stop one person taking their own life or one person thinking that’s the end of the world or a mum thinking she can’t feed her kids at the end of the week, if we can make an avenue where they can go somewhere and they can feel like they can reach someone, then that’s got to be a better way,” Elliott said. “The idea is to raise money to aid mental health … there’s some good facilities in Mount Gambier and there’s four we’re supporting – Lifeboat, the Junction, obviously the hospital and Mount Gambier suicide prevention. “They’re all organisations in Mount Gambier that everyone has access to, but a lot of people probably don’t know they exist and they’re not funded by the government. “I wouldn’t say there’s a stigma to mental health, but there’s not many people that’ll talk to you about it. “The light bulb just came on for me and I thought everyone needs

Don Pratt is under no illusions – he was the last of the six member Full Monty cast to be locked in. Things were getting dire and organisers Maureen Klintberg and Elliott Jones needed to lock the event in and, arguably even more importantly, rehearsals needed to begin. But he is more than happy to bare all to shine a light on mental health and he is doing everything in his power to ensure the performance is as entertaining as possible. Not only is he attending the weekly rehearsals with Full Monty official choreographer Alex Williams but he has enlisted the help of another dance teacher to help work on his moves in between weekly practice and he has also been doing Zoom sessions with a good mate, with a background in musical theatre and working on cruise ships. “He found out I was doing it and knew I would need help and so now I ma having Zoom lessons from America,” Don said. “I am enjoying it but you do have to take it seriously as people are paying good money for us to put on a show.” Don, who is being marketed as the token tradie, courtesy of

a good laugh and if we can show people that there are avenues that if you’re struggling, you can just pick up the phone, you don’t have to go to Melbourne or Adelaide, there’s facilities in Mount Gambier that you’ve got access to. “So whether taking our kits off is appropriate, we’ll know if we do a sellout!” The event has already sold 100 of the 400 tickets on offer and has raised more than $20,000 through corporate support, including major sponsors Truck Factory, Koonara Wines and Robe Plumbing Services.

running his own painting business, is so much more and his heart for the community and passion for mental health significantly predate this mental health awareness fundraiser on October 31 at The Barn. Don (pictured above centre with Spare Ya Change 4 Kids founders Sam Johnston & Toni Vorenas), who also has a strong connection to the hospitality industry through his former life as a chef, is one of the founders of Spare Ya Change 4 Kids, which provides meals for

disadvantaged families, and Don knows all too well how an empty stomach can affect your mental health. “Not being hungry plays a big role in mental health,” Don said. He also remembers a childhood that was affected by bullying. “I absolutely was not traumatised by it (bullying) but what it showed me was how things like that can affect you,” Don said. For Don, an unusual chest formation, saw him the butt of class mates’ jokes. “It wasn’t until Year 9 that I became self-conscious about it and kids started teasing me,” Don said. “I never went swimming for years and I even left school for a while but I did come back to school and got into a new group of friends and everything was fine.” For Don, it is almost serendipitous, that he will now be baring all, including that chest, to raise awareness about the need to take care of your own mental health, as well as keeping a close eye on those closest to you. And with three dance teachers guiding him through the highly anticipated routine, it is hard not to think Don will be the star of the show.

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Life membership awarded to tireless volunteers Kay and Neville Gilbertson have been awarded Life Membership of the Mount Gambier Friendship Force Club. Having a long history with the club, Kay and Neville have been a perfect example of the ideals and values of the organisation for the past 18 years working as a very successful team. Always one of the first couples to make themselves available for hosting inbound journeys they also have been journey co-ordinators on several occasions and were also instrumental in the planning and execution of a very successful themed international inbound exchange with emphasis on the food and wine that our region had to offer. Their home was always open to hosting club events and for the past six years have been hosts for the ANZAC Day breakfast. Individually, Neville took on the role of club treasurer in 2010 and remained in that position for 10 years only recently retiring. Kay is also a generous

Ben Hood was part of the original group that around 12 months ago floated the idea of The Full Monty Limestone Coast and while a few of that initial discussion have fallen by the wayside, in the cold light of day, Ben has opted to commit to the task at hand. “Maureen Klintberg was talking about it and she is such a passionate lady about health in the region,” Ben said. “When Maureen puts her mind to something it gets done and I was more than happy to help Maureen in what she was trying to do.” Ben, himself, is also a passionate advocate, especially for mental health, admitting to having his own struggles over the journey. “I have been affected personally by that stuff as well, a lot of people have,” Ben said. “You have your ups and downs. “But I want everyone to know there are people out there that want help and want to support. “I see this as a chance to give back and have some fun with some good mates. It is bringing mental health out of the shadows in some respect, even though it is not as bad as it used to be. “We hope that six blokes being prepared to bare all that will get the message out there for blokes to talk about their feelings and issues that are hard.” While The Full Monty Limestone Coast is all about six men getting their gear off, Ben has chosen not to fixate on that part of the performance. “To be quite honest I’m not thinking about it, I’m trying not to give it much thought,” Ben said. “I have cut back on beers and chips for the next three weeks just to ensure I’m not too lumpy on the night.” Ben, who is a popular vocalist around town, is no stranger to performing or dancing for that matter, having competed in the Stand Like Stone Foundation

fundraising event Swinging With The Stars, taking home the title in 2015, and he has since also sat on the judging panel, but stripping does add another dimension to this performance. “I wasn’t the best dancer at Swinging With The Stars – I think the key is to look like you’re having fun.” Adam Creek, Adam Smith & Russell Collins are the remaining three performers for the October 31 and we will find out why they are involved in next week’s Lifestyle1.

MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU: The Mount Gambier Friendship Force Club’s newest life members - Neville Gilbertson (left) and Kay Gilbertson (right) being repsented by club president Marilyn McGregor. contributor and especially when it came to the catering side of the group and nothing was too much to organise. They have participated in several outbound journeys as well, travelling to Turkey, New Zealand and the USA with the Mount

Gambier Friendship Force Club and also joining the Melbourne Club to Brazil and the Casterton Club to Japan, in 2018, having always encouraged greater interaction with the group’s close neighbours Casterton with several interclub functions.

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Your intuition is spot on during this period, so do not let yourself be talked out of any decision you may have. Trust your own instinct. The romantic scene looks quite promising.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 8-5-6-8 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 8-16-24-40-45-33 There is more fun and entertainment in your life at present. People seem to be looking for your company. Permanent arrangements made with loved ones have a very good chance of being successful.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 13-12-5-19-37-4

There could be some travel plans in the pipeline for you very soon. Many could form a more permanent basis with their loved ones. A lucky windfall is indicated for some. You need to concentrate if you don’t it will bring all sorts of problems and dilemmas.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 3-5-3-2 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 13-16-29-34-40-10 You should be going into a much happier period. Also, people in high places are taking an interest in your business acumen. Be more assertive with people who owe you something.

SAGITTARIUS

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 3-6-3-2 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 13-26-36-34-40-11

“Family is important and I think after COVID people have reevaluated what is really important in their lives.” That statement from the City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM encapsulates the motivation for CEO Andrew Meddle to call time on his tenure. “My family has been unable to relocate and it has made for a very lonely year,” Mr Meddle said. Spending more time in the same postcode quickly became priority number one and after 18 months in the top job at the City of Mount Gambier, Mr Meddle is set for a role with the Department of Environment and Water as the Landscape Board General Manager, Murraylands and Riverland. It might have been short but it was definitely sweet, with both Mr Meddle and Mayor Martin reflecting positively on their partnership. “Andrew and I worked really well together,” Mayor Martin said. “I’m disappointed that he is leaving but I fully understand his reasons. I thank Andrew for his contribution to our city and for providing strong leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. His expertise in project management and planning has been invaluable for the Community and Recreation Hub project.” Having been involved in major projects in the United Kingdom worth significantly more than the Mount Gambier hub, including the 2012 London Olympics, it was Mr Meddle’s expertise in project management that helped secure him his first ever gig as CEO of a local council. “He took the Community and Recreation

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CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Pink Racing Numbers: 6-5-2-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 13-15-24-40-38-37

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Do not over indulge. Take things easy and do not get over excited. If you keep your cool, you could have a very successful period. Luck is also indicated. Make sure you pay the most urgent bills first. Because money seems to melt in your fingers.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Brown Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 13-15-26-24-40-33 You could be feeling rather restless and be longing for something new. However, keep in mind that you are needed at work and that people rely upon you. A very changeable period in which love finds the seeker.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 3-5-4-1 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 13-15-29-34-40-11 Don’t rush into anything during this period; your judgment is not up to par. If you are having a romantic interlude, now is the time to make the affair a permanent arrangement. You may become involved with family squabbles. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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Hub from a well-developed intermediate design and worked with elected members to finalise the design and guide them through the extensive procurement process,” Mayor Martin said. And that project, which is now in the hands of a strong, independent management team, is now on sound footing, ready to transform this community. “He was instrumental in enabling council to achieve and execute a fixed price contract for the Community and Recreation Hub project and has set Council up for success to build the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in Mount Gambier,” Mayor Martin said. Mr Meddle was also charged with revamping the City of Mount Gambier’s culture and he believes while that is a work in progress, there has been a strong foundation laid in that area as well. “Low staff morale and the organisational culture was another key area,” Mr Meddle said. “I think we made some big steps forward there in terms of people feeling much more valued in their role and

they give their absolute utmost for the city. “ Of course, a significant portion of Mr Meddle’s time in the past six months has been focussed on the city’s COVID-19 response action plan, both in terms of keeping the community safe, but also plotting a path of recovery. “I have been absolutely 100 per cent proud of the way the team have reacted and the way we’ve positioned the city in our responses by delivering State-leading responses in an affordable way,” Mr Meddle said. He not only championed the Mount Gambier response, but headed up the regional South Australian response, through the Local Government Association for all councils outside the metropolitan area. Mr Meddle is leaving the city with no regrets. “It’s been hard work but really rewarding and something I would consider doing again,” he said. “I was just really lucky to have a good team around me at the City of Mount Gambier.” And that is why, despite losing her hard working CEO, the Mayor is confident the city will not miss a beat. “It will be business as usual,” she said. “Everything is in place to ensure we achieve success not just with the multi million dollar hub project, but we also have the strategic plan that Andrew helped compose with the elected members as a blueprint for the way forward over the next four years.” Council held a Special Meeting on Tuesday to discuss its future direction and put plans in place to recruit a new CEO.

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Penola Golf Course played host to the 3rd Annual Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations Golf Day on Friday, October 2,, in what was the first of many feature events to take place during the month long Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations Festival. Twenty-six teams converged on the golf course for an all-inclusive Ambrose competition, hosted by the Coonawarra Vignerons and presented by the Limestone Coast’s SAFM and 963 TripleM. Coonawarra Vignerons acting executive officer and events & marketing manager Heidi Eldridge was thrilled with the level of interest for the day, which has grown year upon year. “We had a tremendous response to this year’s Golf Day event, with team registrations filling well in advance of the day,” she said. “The event attracts a combination of Winery Industry teams, sponsors and public and is a fabulous networking event, as well as being an all-round great day out with Coonawarra wines being showcased throughout the day.” Players were treated to a glass of Sparkling Cabernet and gourmet morning tea before taking to the pristine 18 hole course, with an assortment of Coonawarra wines served with lunch and accompanying cheese and nibbles in the afternoon. First time Coonawarra Golf Day participants, East Gambeir football stars Jayden Eldridge, Jake Dempsey, Travis Younghusband and Matt McCallum produced a winning nett score of 54 1/8, taking home the converted red jackets and a dozen Coonawarra wines between them. Team captain Jake Dempsey praised organisers for the day and

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS:The East Gambeir Football Club team that won the 3rd Annual Coonawarra Cabernet Cellbrations Golf Day - Matt McCallum, Jake Dempsey, Travis Younghusband & Jayden Eldridge,

for the condition of the course. “The Vignerons have done a sensational job to put this day today together. The greens are in top nick – credit to the Penola Golf Club,” he said. Mount Gambier PGA Pro and owner of Golf’n More, Craig Davis offered up his time and expertise as a prize to join a team in a competition that ran on the Coonawarra Facebook page in the lead up to the event. The winners of the competition, Jarryd Nuske and his mate Allan Henderson, travelled from Mannum to attend the Golf Day and were fortunate enough to take out second place with winemaker Mal Redman rounding out the team, producing a nett score of 54 1/4. The team of Connie Magliera, Lou Mouraga, Charlie Le and Alison Fraser were the overall gross winners with a score of 64. Top scoring

winery team Ottelia were recipients of a $500 wine bottling voucher from sponsors Vinpac International. Coonawarra Vignerons patron Wendy Hollick was on hand to hand out the team awards, as well as various individual novelty prizes for longest drive and nearest the pin. The successful day lead into the long weekend, the first of five weekends in the monthlong Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations. Throughout October an extensive array of special events and cellar door special tastings showcasing and celebrating Coonawarra’s signature red wine, Cabernet Sauvignon, is taking place. Take the time to celebrate, educate and activate your senses ntil Ocotber 31. Check out the full program at the Coonowarra Vignerons website.

Wattle Range Council held the last of its three town meetings last week as updating of strategic plans moves into top gear. With a pleasing turnout in Beachport and fifty residents at the Penola meeting, the stage was set for Millicent’s turn but only five took up the opportunity to meet with CEO Ben Gower and other council staff and elected members. “The conversation still went for two hours so it was still a really good discussion and good feedback,” Mr Gower said. “My take away from the turnout is we must be doing everything OK or it was a cold and stormy night and people didn’t want to come out.” Mr Gower did praise passionate local member Rick Paltridge, who generated significant support for the Penola meeting, encouraging the community to get involved. Of course, it does mean, some of the information council was hoping to glean from the Millicent meeting, building on the intel collected from the online survey completed in March, was not really forthcoming, but Mr Gower said council was committed to still attaining feedback on key issues and was hopeful people would contact their local member or council to express their views. Based on survey results youth and economic development loomed large as areas of concern for Wattle Range residents. “They are not traditionally on the local government agenda, which is rates, rubbish and roads, but the community is coming to local government for a broader range of

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services and that is impacting what the community wants us to do,” Mr Gower said. On the youth front, regional areas have always faced young people leaving the region, whether it be for jobs or education. “We really want to see how we can retain people,” Mr Gower said. “How do we attract families back to the region if they have gone to the city, how do we get them back? How do we keep our kids employed here?” Council believes the community wants them to take a lead in this area from a physical perspective, developing playgrounds, parks and gardens, support for sporting clubs and the arts and community clubs. “They want us to make it a great place to live,” Mr Gower said. “Public transport to help young people get around and social activities are all issues the community has identified.” Mr Gower said council was just looking to confirm its role and the expectations of the community. “I think the community wants us to create an environment,” Mr Gower said. “The focus on playground designs, streetscapes, parks and gardens. They want us to make it an attractive place to live and work rather than being small business advisors or educators.” Given council already has Millicent and Penola main street masterplans underway, the online survey and community feedback suggests that is definitely a priority for residents. “That will take a decade of investment,” Mr Gower said. “But at least we’ve started the planning phase for that. Unless you’ve got a design and community support sitting behind it, you won’t be able to access government funding.” Millicent’s saleyards continue to be a key touchstone, two years on from the town meeting that attracted 200 people to a town meeting. Given the future of the facility will have to be made by the upcoming Christmas/New Year period, concrete feedback on where to for the Millicent Saleyards looms as priority one. “Council postponed the closure of the saleyards to June next year but we have seen an increase in volume which is something we wanted to fix – it has gone up by about 20 per cent,” Mr Gower said. He did, however, say, three was still uncertainty around how much financial investment the community was prepared for council to put into the facility. “It needs a lot of capital investment to keep it going, for its long term infrastructure requirements,” Mr Gower said. “It will be an interesting and challenging decision whether it stays open or not. I think it’s a great service to offer but we do have to look at whether it is value for money.”


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If you have been searching for a great family home in a convenient and central location, this home is the one for you!! This beautifully positioned home offers a renovated kitchen / dining space with soft close cabinetry, pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking with a separate and cosy lounge. The family room contains a built-in bar with sink and power as well as a feature Mt. Gambier Stone Split Rock feature wall. Added bonus of two separate toilets. A single garage with r/c roller door provides internal access into the home. The backyard provides lush lawns and includes wood shed, chicken coop and 6mx6m carport. You will be thrilled with the 6mx12m garage with lights and power.

Positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on a low maintenance allotment is this immaculately presented family home. Offering four carpeted bedrooms, three with built-in robes and the master with walk-in robe and ensuite. Two living areas include a formal gas heated lounge room with a lovely study nook at the front and a light filled tiled kitchen/family room with s/c split system air conditioning. The pergola which is both private and spacious – the perfect enclosed space to entertain whatever the season. Central bathroom with separate shower and bath plus separate toilet. Single garage UMR with remote roller door and under cover access to the home.

$395,000-$420,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

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- Stunning split-level home, architecturally designed with an emphasis on space, energy efficiency and natural light - 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas & a study/5th bedroom - Kitchen with a large island bench and plenty of space & storage - Polished timber floors and high raked ceilings Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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46 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

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- Light filled three bedroom stone home with added bonus of an additional two bedroom, detached stone cottage with separate driveway access all on one title - Perfect for extended families, Air BnB, work from home or live in one and rent the other – the possibilities are endless! - Framed by attractive gardens with a private back yard Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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- Located at the rear of the complex is this well maintained 2 bedroom unit - Inside offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s, separate living area and kitchen with electric cooking & breakfast bar - A single carport provides undercover parking for one vehicle - Currently tenanted at $210 p/w until May 2021 2

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- Fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 living area, double garage, executive unit positioned in close proximity to the Marketplace Shopping Centre, TAFE & Mount Gambier Hospital - Perfect investment property or low maintenance lifestyle proposition - Well maintained & semi enclosed pergola with Northerly views Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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- Solid, well positioned 3 bedroom home within a short walk to schools, playgrounds and shops - The open plan lounge/dining contains gas heating and ceiling fan is also finished with new timber flooring and new blinds - Brand new bathroom with gorgeous floating vanity and modern tiles - More works completed, come back for another look!!

- Fantastic opportunity to purchase a 2218m2 commercial zoned parcel of land in a prime location - Excellent exposure site with two street frontage and small office at the southern end - The allotment offers a multitude of options with retail giants BCF, Super Cheap and Petbarn adjacent the site

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- Magnificent Federation style home offering formal lounge & dining and designer kitchen with a 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, master with WIR plus ensuite and two with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank and town water 2

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

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- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW > UPDATED HOME WITH LOADS OF SHEDDING Situated on a corner allotment in the Yahl Township is this beautifully renovated & immaculately presented home. Offering three bedrooms (all with BIR’s) and a separate study. A lovely modern open plan living space features country style kitchen with electric cooking & breakfast bar and combined dining/lounge with s/c wood fire & r/c air con. On a low maintenance 1082m2 allotment and with great shedding that includes a 12m x 7m Colorbond shed with 2 roller doors, plus a workshop bay with additional toilet. Extras include cubby house, wood shed, 5kw solar system, rainwater tank & mains water supply in a beautiful rural location. Your new dream starts here! $249,000-$269,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 18 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

- The avid fisherman or boat enthusiast will love the great shedding! - Inside the home offers 2 bedrooms, cosy lounge plus new flooring & freshly painted throughout, updated kitchen/meals area & revamped main bathroom - This home offers multiple living arrangements & is an appealing coastal getaway!! - All this just one street back from the beach & boat ramp

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- Magnificent Federation Style home built to the highest standards - 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College - Updated kitchen with new flooring, electric cooking & dishwasher - 3 bedrooms under the main roof plus a large 1 bedroom self-contained unit

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

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- Centrally located allotment with unique early settlement cottage - Stripped interior ready for your renovation - Local history being the former home of Granny Williams - Offering sailcloth wall cladding with Cornish style double sided fireplace - 507m2 allotment with great shedding & new septic LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

$65,000

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

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 4 EUMERELLA ST, COMPTON

$205,000

- 6758m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

26 RIDDOCH HWY, TARPEENA $110,000

- First home buyers, escape the rental rut - Offering a flat allotment with 2 street frontages - Investors check out the development potential - Approx. 1,466m2 allotment zoned Township - One of the cheapest homes in Tarpeena

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! Call Kim Cawthorne or Marika Hart on 0499 165 271 40 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

7 Hammer Court, Mount Gambier

5 Dalkeith Drive, Mount Gambier

3 Chantilly Place, Mount Gambier

BOOK NOW

ONLINE AUCTION Thursday 29th Oct 6:30pm (unless sold prior) BOOK YOUR PREFERRED TIME

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$199,000 - $209,000

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Saturday 10th September

• Front lounge with wood heating

10.00am | 10.15am | 10.30am

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• New oven and gas cooktop cooking

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$295,000

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• Study with running water

10.00am | 10.15am | 10.30am

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• Solar panels to reduce costs

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• Versatile floorplan

10.00am | 10.15am | 10.30am

• Tenancy until May 2021 at $250 per week

• Impressive outdoor entertaining

10.00am | 10.15am | 10.30am

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

• Second toilet in Laundry area recently updated

• Located close to public and private schools

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 0500 www.herbertcommercial.com.au 2/6 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier

Lot 73 White Avenue, Mount Gambier

Shed F, 1-5 Bishop Road, Mount Gambier

123 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

FOR SALE

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

$385,000 + GST

$50,000 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS

$45,000 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS

• Land Size: approx. 4508m2

• Shed of approx. 28m x 18m to a totalling 504m2.

• High profile allotment

• Wide frontage of approx. 53m

• On prominent Northbound arterial

• Land area of approx. 1683m2

• Great prominence on White Avenue

• Heavy combination access on Bishop Road to the

• Building area of approx. 390m2

• Zoning: Light Industry

RLA 226179

property

• In conjunction with Key 2 Sale Real Estate

Matt Kain

Lauren Smith

David Herbert


• Signature and award winning Argent Construction appeal, truly a beautiful piece of architecture and a one of a kind design that is guaranteed to impress. • Stunning timber features contrast with bold lines and custom windows that allow an abundance of natural light through multiple living spaces. • The inviting floorplan offers ample space for a family, with the highlight of the home being the huge master bedroom & ensuite. • Designed to entertain, the kitchen includes a 5-burner gas top, "Tectonite" sink and a hidden butlers pantry complete with 2nd sink, De'longhi automatic coffee machine and ample storage. Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

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NEW | $519,000 - $529,000

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SPECTACULAR HOME & SIGNATURE STYLE 17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier

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eldersrealestate.com.au

$115,000 inc GST - WIWO

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

"NANGWARRY SERWELL" 1 Laffer St, Nangwarry COMMERCIAL

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COMFORTABLE COUNTRY LIVING 120 Square Mile Road, Yahl • 56-acre property fenced into 6 paddocks, offering outstanding grazing country with highly productive volcanic sandy loam soils and features excellent pastures. • 1880’s homestead with three generous sized bedrooms, one with built-in robes and ensuite. • Renovated kitchen with separate dining area and adjoining second living /entertaining area featuring 3.6m high ceilings. • An abundance of shedding including a double car shed, large implement shed and a hay shed.

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

NEW | E.O.I by Friday 6th November at 12pm (Unless Sold Prior)

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HIDDEN GEM 9 John Street, Kalangadoo • Genuine hidden gem located in the country town Kalangadoo on the corner of John & Adelaide Street, a short 30 minutes from Mount Gambier. • Tastefully renovated weatherboard property is located directly across from the historical Kalangadoo Hotel on a generous 1926 square metre flat allotment. • Outside of the property has been freshly painted giving it a modern yet classic country vibe. • The kitchen has been recently updated & boasts practicality along with an abundance of cupboard space and stainless steel appliances.

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

NEW | $249,000

7 3 4

$169,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

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SOLID, UPDATED & SPACIOUS 11 Sutton Avenue, Mount Gambier • Situated on a large allotment of approx 1012sqm on the western side of Mount Gambier, offering spacious living with modern conveniences and solid construction. • Modern kitchen/dining area including stainless steel electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry, along with reverse cycle air conditioning to keep the living areas comfortable all year round. • Two separate living areas providing ample space for the family, with the rear lounge including slow combustion heating. • A property that would suit both owner occupier seeking spacious living in a great location or an investor wanting a stable rental return.

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30AM

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

15 Redwood Ave, Mt Gambier

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HOME IN HIGHLY SOUGHT LOCATION 96 Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier • Elders Real Estate are proud to offer this lovely character filled family home. Situated in the popular Blue Lake location, hidden behind a large private stone fence and only metres from John Watson Drive. • On the lower level you will find a beautiful kitchen with island bench opening to a light filled dining area. The large formal lounge sits in the middle of the house leading out to the rear covered deck area. • Up stairs you are welcomed by a large landing, which could be utilized as a home office. A large second living /forth bedroom plus the third bedroom finishes this level.

NEW | $380,000

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$548,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

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Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

NEW | $299,000

$125,000

Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

22 Ramsay St, Millicent

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Residential/Rural Sales Manager

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Sales Associate/ Administration

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896

CATHERINE MILES 8726 4400

DANIELLE JOHNSTON 8726 4400

PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400

CHLOE SMITH 8726 4400

LAUREN KAIN 8726 4400

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

RLA 62833

m tg am bier@elders. com .au


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

www.gebhardts.com.au Phone 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903

NEW

32 Lorikeet Street

OPEN

5/48 Crouch Street

SAT 10.15-10.45

SAT 10.00-10.30

$349,000 3 2 5 Beautifully presented brick and tile home with plenty of shedding making it ideal for the retired couple or young family. Updated kitchen with induction cooking, integrated miele dishwasher, stainless steel appliances all overlooking established gardens.

47 St Andrews Drive

OPEN

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00

NEW

1 Margaret Street

$199,900 3 1 2 2 Toilets 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.

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$495,000 + GST

$465,000 4 2 2 Brand new modern masterpiece currently under construction. Located in Mount Gambier’s most exclusive estate. Designed and planned with flair offering finishes selected to set a bench mark and stand out from the rest. 4 bedrooms complete with a large master suite.

X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with great easy access parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

6 Arthur Street

OPEN

SAT 10.45-11.15

$335,000

4 2 2

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2/46 Derrington Street

List with Gebhardts. Experience the difference 106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$449,500 3 1 1 This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings. Ultimate outdoor entertaining - settle by the sea!

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!

RENTALS UNITS/HOUSES

$139,500 2 1 1 Very spacious unit in a great complex close to all amenities. Located at the rear with a great private back yard. Currently leased – nest or invest!

Gebhardts Property Management

2/36 Hasting Avenue

23 Percy Street / 12-14 Alexander Street

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$575,000

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.

Call our friendly team today!

$449,000

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$495,000

We will make it easy for Buyers to fall in love with your property with our FREE home styling and FREE professional photography package.

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

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DUE TO RECENT SALES WE NEED MORE LISTINGS!

$164,500 2 1 1 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!

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

Conveniently located in this soughtafter location is a great family home just waiting for it’s new owner, sure to impress those wanting to secure a sizeable home in a tightly held street. Within easy walking distance to the blue lake.

23 Agnes Street

10 Greenridge Drive

$95,000 a| 378m2 approx 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.

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

12 Chantilly Place

1A Rotary Avenue

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

NEW

2/36 Hasting Avenue $280pw | Available 7/12/20

12 Chantilly Place $290pw | Available 6/11/20

1A Rotary Avenue $425pw | Available NOW

$149,500 a| 1,120m2 approx 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!

LANDLORDS WANTED! We have been busy leasing and our rental department is in need of more rental properties.

Avail 7/12

$280 pw 3 1 1 • 3 bedrooms, main with WIR & access to 3 way bathroom • Other 2 bedrooms have BIR’s • Open kitchen/dine/lounge area with dishwasher, electric & gas cooking • Gas central heating & r/c aircon • Single garage • Under cover patio area • Includes lawn mowing • No pets

Avail 6/11

$290 pw 3 1 2 • 3 bedrooms, main has WIR, others have BIR’s • Separate lounge • Open living kitchen/family/dine with R/C aircon • Undercover patio • Double garage UMR with internal access • Enclosed rear yard • Pets negotiable

Avail NOW

$425 pw 3 2 2 • 3 bedrooms all with BIRs, Master with WIR & ensuite • Open plan kitchen/meals/ family zone • Kitchen with gas stove, dishwasher & WI pantry • 3 way main bathroom • R/C split system • Double garage UMR with internal & backyard access • Covered private patio • No pets

Call us today for a FREE rental appraisal!

RENT

RENT


Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

NEW

13 James Street

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A

NEW

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

NEW

36B Wehl Street North

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$279,000

NEW

44 Umpherston Street

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

1/11 Millard Street

$134,500 2 1 1 Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer.

The ideal low maintenance home. Centrally located and a short stroll to Vansittart Park, restaurants and cafes. Quality group of just 2 homes. Currently leased until Feb 2021 @ $265p/w.

Located in a prime location of central Mount Gambier stands this large commercial building. Long term secure tenants with a well established business, this property is ideal for investment.

9/20 Wimmera Street

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

NEW

120 Square Mile Road, Square Mile

13-15 Jarrah Street

NEW

UNDER T CONTRAC $99,500 2 1 Great budget buying unit that will polish up well with a slight make over. Ideal investment / occupier opportunity – hard to find in this price range.

$92,500 a| 525m2 approx A great central allotment on approx 525m2. Rare to find in this location. Get set to build your dream home. Contact our office for more details.

$249,500 6 2 2 An excellent opportunity for the savvy investor, two properties on one title, both leased and very well maintained, close to local shopping and schools. Twice as nice!

77 Wireless Road West

9/4 Underwood Avenue

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$189,500

4 2 8 E.O.I CLOSING FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER AT 12PM Classic 1880’s homestead set on approximately 56 acres fenced into six paddocks with good fencing, highly productive volcanic sandy loam soils and outstanding pastures. The homestead offers three bedrooms with the option of a fourth. Stunning main lounge/living space featuring 12ft ceilings, dual road access from both Yahl Hall Road and Square Mile Road – simply special! In conjunction with Elders Real Estate Mount Gambier.

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.

3 Tecoma Close

104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

$159,000 a| over 5000m2 A wonderful allotment awaits, quality location surrounded by beautiful homes. Over 5,000m2 elevated allotment, just minutes to city centre and Tenison Woods College. Call your builder and take advantage of the building grant.

32 Commercial Street West

a| 2ha ea approx

$165,000 ea

Lifestyle allotment within the Port MacDonnell township, services include power and Telstra. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach!

94 Commercial Street East

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

From $83,500 Subdivision Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

23-25 Commercial Street West

$174,500 3 1 1 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.

LOT 5 Melleray Court

$159,500 McCormick Road subdivision stage 2 Exciting new acreage subdivision south east of the city. Large 5,004m2 allotment (approx), rural style post and wire fencing included. Talk to your builder today about all Government incentives on offer!

2/2 James Street

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West

Avail Now Commercial • Approx. 178m2 showroom area • Excellent retail opportunity • Large open area with reverse cycle air conditioner • Suit a variety of uses • Separate office/store room and kitchen area • Rear carpark area • Large public carparking available • $38,000 + GST - Price Negotiable

Avail Now Commercial • 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Lessor incentive: Half rent for first 6 months of tenancy • Don’t miss out on this opportunity

Avail Now Commercial • Area approx 300m2, upstairs area approx 74m2 • Downstairs with 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

Avail Now Commercial • Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1200.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered

32 Commercial Street West 78B Sea Parade Pt MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East


Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au COMING SOON

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196 MILLHOUSE ROAD, NELSON

3 1 1 PERFECT FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT

UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$359,000 HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY 12 NOON FRI 4TH DEC (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) LAND LARGE ACREAGE BETWEEN CITY AND SEA

Approximately 169 acres across two Titles. Warm undulating blocks. Cottage dating back to the 1800’s. 2 x bores - 1 equipped with solar pump. This property lends itself to all aspects of farming. Would provide the ideal rural retreat with the bonus of the sea right at your back door. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location and its endless possibilities.

LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION

Luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town. Unit 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms. Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heating, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens.

173 STONY FLAT ROAD, WANDILO

AUCTION TO BE HELD ONSITE 16TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 2PM

5-7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

LAND

PRIME LAND IN PRIME LOCATION

Approximately 150 acres of undulating land. Fenced into 10 main paddocks. Overall good fencing. Timber cattle yards and ramp. Sandy Loam soil. Most paddocks watered with windmill & pump. Good pasture renovation history. An ideal fattening, warm block.

$670,000

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. 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.

21 TALLARA AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

ALL OFFERS INVITED

TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY

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GRAND FAMILY LIVING

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

$235,000

3 2 2

3 1 1

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 combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen 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 addition of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.

$189,000 BUY YOUR FIRST HOME TODAY

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21 Tallara Avenue, Mount Gambier is your opportunity to move out of the rental market and move into your very own home. The Dine in timber kitchen offers electric cooking, lounge with s/c wood heating, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath, shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the Laundry area. If shedding is a must then you will definitely be happy here, with a double car garage, two single car garages and a work shop / wood shed with bonus rear yard access for your convenience.



MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

malseeds.com.au $194,000

74 Wehl St North, Mt Gambier $199,000 - $209,000

OPEN

3 1 5

$245,000

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.00-10.15

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier

SATURDAY 11.00-11.15

SATURDAY 10.30-10.45

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3 1 2

14 Arthur St, Penola

2H OM ES

38 Tolmie St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier

3 1 1

$390,000 - $420,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 6 Hill Cres, Mt Gambier

2 Currawong Cres, Mt Gambier

$263,000

OPEN SUNDAY 10.00-10.30

$780,000

3U NI TS

1-3/3 Amor St, Mt Gambier

4 1 4

$400,000 - $430,000

SUNDAY 10.45-11.15

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier

4 2 5

$569,000

• This solid family home is spacious and well maintained. • Four good size bedrooms, three with built in wardrobes, freshly painted and new carpets. • Modern kitchen with electric oven, dishwasher, pantry, over head and under bench cupboards. The kitchen has a servery that leads out to the open plan dining and TV area. • A large main living room has a large split system and slow combustion heater. • Easy access through the living room to the outdoor paved undercover entertaining area • There is a carport, dual driveway, rear access to the backyard, large shed 8m x 5m approx. and workshop. • Beautiful new timbers floor are throughout the entrance, kitchen, dining and TV room.

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

6 4

OPEN

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

5 2 3

OPEN SATURDAY 1.00-1.15

OPEN

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$760,000 - $790,000

OPEN SUNDAY 11.30-12.30

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton 2 ACRES

4 2 3

$390,000 - $399,000

3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier $290,000 - $310,000

OPEN SATURDAY 9.00-9.45

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 1/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

7 3 9

$230,000

3 1 1

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 13/54 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 2 5

$109,000

2 1 1

Lot 86 Glenelg River Rd, Nelson

$95,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

6x9 Shed

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 2 2


LA ND

$120,000

LA ND

8 Bay Rd, Allendale East

1234m2

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

2032m2

Selena 8724 9999

Kathy 8733 1989

Lot 5 McKay Rd, Compton

$179,000

Titles Now Available! Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 103 & 105 Hillview Ln, Compton $159,000 - $175,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Courtney 8724 9999

Dress Circle Location!

LA ND

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

LA ND

62 Sea Parade & 63 Milstead St, Pt Mac $395,000 - $400,000

Sam 8724 9999

5593m2 | 5800m2

Kira 8724 9999

Lot 65 Acorn Drv, Mil Lel

Kelli 8724 9999

$199,950

LA ND

Wendy 0468 692 993

• Best country lifestyle block in the Mount Gambier district, spectacular views! • Dreaming of a country lifestyle, with room for the kids to run free, a massive shed...veggie garden, fruit trees.....................you are only limited by your imagination! • Zoned rural living this 5015 m2 allotment, not only is about location, it’s but a stones throw from Tension Woods College, sporting grounds and the Blue Lake district. • Rural fencing, town water, power and telephone are to the top of allotment.

18 Racketts Rd, Pelican Point

5015m2

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$75,000

9 & 11 Collins Crt, Robe

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

15000m2

$59,000 - $69,000

LA ND

Bronwyn 8724 9999

LA ND

Jason 0419 032 795

725m2

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

792m2 | 931m2



A new era DeGaris Lawyers welcome a familiar face as partner Mount Gambier based legal services firm, DeGaris Lawyers, is transforming. After 44 years trading at Millicent and Mt Gambier, Bill and Lyn DeGaris have decided to semi-retire. As of October 1, this year local lawyer, Donna Jaeschke (formerly Edwards) is stepping up within DeGaris Lawyers as a full partner. Bill will continue to practice, visiting Mount Gambier fortnightly to consult with clients, providing professional services from both Mount Gambier and Adelaide and providing consultancy services to the practice. Donna has been at the firm for ten years and has been an Associate Partner for the last seven years, heavily involved in Practice Management while also building her own legal expertise and following. Donna will continue her legal practice, and will now manage the day to day business of the practice. “We have been enormously proud of the practitioners and staff who have

worked with us, and helped us to provide what has become a wellknown and trusted country law firm,� said Bill. “Lyn and I are moving our home base to Adelaide, so we can be closer to family. I did promise Lyn 44 years ago that we would move back to Adelaide shortly. Well, she has been very patient, but we are now making that move. “I do not intend to fully retire and will continue to provide legal services in Mount Gambier for as long as I can. “We are enormously excited to now move into partnership with Donna, who has been heavily involved in our practice management for many years and who has developed a very strong commercial practice of her own. “We think that Donna is terrific and we have every faith in her capacity. We could not think of anyone else we would rather have running the practice day to day or anyone else we would rather be in partnership with. The practice will continue

with the present staff. Lawyers Heidi Hancock, Nick Kidman, Jonathan Brohier and Dajana Vujica will continue to provide professional legal services with Bill and Donna and Conveyancer Amanda Pascoe will continue to run the Property Conveyancing department. Apart from the professional team of seven practitioners, our loyal staff, Kris Allen, Amber Kidman, Deb Van Riet, Angela Turner, Emma Soper, Anna Haskas and Nikki Blackwell will provide the office back up and assistance to the practitioners. “We have, over the years, been privileged to work with great practitioners and excellent staff,� said Bill. Donna, who has close ties to the region and in particular to the local sporting community, is confident and excited about the change, “I am very excited to have the opportunity to become involved with such an institution in the local legal community,� Donna said. “Bill and Lyn have certainly laid solid foundations for the business

CHANGING OF THE GUARD: Donna Jaeschke (right) has been elevated to partner at DeGaris Lawyers, giving founder Bill DeGaris (left) the opportunity to transition into semi-retirement. over the last 44 years and I cannot thank them enough for their support and mentorship. With the group we have working with us now, “I am sure the future of DeGaris Lawyers is assured and I look forward to watching the firm increase its service provision to the

Limestone Coast Community for many years to come�. Lyn and Bill wish to thank their clients, many of whom have continued into 3rd and 4th generations with DeGaris Lawyers, and look forward to continuing those relationships into the next chapter.

Perfect time to spring clean Hard rubbish days & Garage Sale Trail provide chance to offload unwanted items Free household hard waste disposal days are back. As well as holding a disposal day in Naracoorte in response to community requests there will also be a free household hard waste disposal day in Lucindale. Residents will be able to dispose of household hard waste from 8am to 4pm at the Naracoorte Waste Transfer Station on Saturday, October 17, and the Lucindale Waste Transfer Station on Saturday, October 31. The free household hard waste disposal days are part of Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s commitment to reducing the incidence of illegal dumping. Enviro Tec will be onsite to ensure that hard waste items are acceptable for disposal. It is important that your load is sorted with similar items together and e-waste on top - the more sorted your load, the quicker it will be to unload. Items that will be accepted free of charge are: • Furniture – tables, chairs, wardrobes, beds and mattresses • Floor coverings (up to 2 metre lengths) • Timber off cuts, including pallets (up to 2 metre lengths) • Dismantled clothes lines • Blinds and window coverings • Bikes and toys • Lawn mowers • Poly rainwater tanks • TVs and e-waste (as it is unloaded first place on top of your load) • Household quantities of bricks, rocks, dirt, pavers, concrete and building materials • Dry paint

In the instance of other waste being delivered normal rates will be charged as listed in council’s fees and charges guide.

• Car parts and bodies • Household chemicals • Hazardous waste • Treated timber (CCA, creosote)

Items that are not accepted at the Waste Transfer Station, including during the Hard Waste day are: • Gas bottles • Tyres

Disposal of chemicals and chemical drums is available by appointment only by contacting Enviro Tec on (08)8762 4719 between 9am and 3pm Monday

to Friday. Alternatively, rather than disposing of your household hard waste consider reducing landfill and supporting reuse and make some money by hosting a sale during the Garage Sale Trail on Saturday, November 21, and Sunday, November 22. Registrations are free and open to households, schools, community

groups and anyone else who wants to join communities in their neighbourhood and or online for one gigantic weekend of money making, planet saving fun. Register now at www. garagesaletrail.com.au or contact Naracoorte Lucindale Council for more informartion on the free household hard waste days.

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RURAL RUNDOWN Focus on top genetics Ryeview continues to impress with new sires

We would like to start by thanking all buyers, under bidders as well as the associated Agent’s who have helped make the 2019 sale as successful as it was. We look forward to seeing you all again this year. The rams we have chosen for the sale will again, not disappoint. In 2018 we purchased several new sires - two White Suffolk at the Elite Ram sale at the Royal Adelaide Show from the Waratah

stud (one for $22,000) , two White Suffolk’s from Woolumbool at the on farm auction (paying the top price on the day) ... and a new Border Leicester from Coolawang. Last year we again purchased two rams from the Elite Ram Sale at the Royal Adelaide show. These rams came with excellent figures and were exceptionally sound by sight. We have purchased three new stud Border Leicester rams from

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stud masters including one from Coolawang with impeccable figures. All figures are available for you to view if requested. The money that we have invested, is ensuring that at Ryeview, we keep improving our genetic pool and the quality of the Flock Rams that we can offer you at our Annual Sale. With the strength of the sires used we aim to breed rams with good

structure, that will produce quick growing progeny and very meaty and deep bodied lambs with good eating qualities to suit the market. We are also concentrating on ensuring ease of lambing ability, as well as our wool types to produce good skins. All of this is to produce more profit for you. Our Lambplan data and figures recorded, demonstrate that our White Suffolk’s are breeding with EBV’s and eating qualities that continue to be right up there with the average Australian White Suffolk flock. At Ryeview, our sheep flock are Ovine Brucellosis Accredited Free (No. 306), in the MAP scheme MN3V (No. S107). All sheep are vaccinated with Gudair, treated with Eryvac and Scabi Guard. The flock rams are treated with Cydectin Eweguard and backlined when shorn in mid— late August. We also have our rams vet checked prior to the sale and have a structural guarantee [to cover the un-oreseeable]. All this is done so that we can provide you with an assurance that the Flock Rams for sale are healthy

and structurally sound. You are invited to attend Ryeview On Property Ram Sale at 1pm on Monday, 19th October 2020, at Burkhills Lane, Millicent. We thank the Millicent Cancer Support Group for always lending a hand at our sale and assisting us with the catering on the day. As always, a selected top ram will be sold with total proceeds donated to the Millicent Cancer Support Group. Our token of gratitude to the group. We would like to thank Gary Glasson of Zoetis for his ongoing support, sponsorship and expert knowledge for our ram sale.. As always, a 4% Rebate will be available to all registered outside agent purchasers. Restrictions permitting, we will offer a light luncheon before the commencement of the sale. Please direct your enquiries to Elders Millicent - David Little, Hayden Biddle, Scott Altschwager and Jack Kain. You are welcome to contact Michael and Julie Osborne on 0408 838 568 or ryeview@bigpond.com

Sire selection the key Konongwootong Dorsets forhigh fertility, early maturity, profitability & reliability Lamb prices are very buoyant at the moment: but to get the best price, the prime lamb producer needs to select his terminal sires very carefully. At Konongwootong, we aim to produce a line of commercially focused, high performing, low maintenance rams to suit the demands and needs of today’s prime lamb producer. Our aim is to breed rams, that will produce prime lambs to meet the Export and Trade markets: thus, giving the producer the best opportunity to maximise his marketing opportunities. Our flock rams are paddock reared on good quality pastures and are not given any grain supplementation. Flock rams are run as a single management group from weaning to sale time and all treated identically. At Konongwootong we place a strong emphasis on our bio-security program. Our flock is Brucellosis accredited free and we have MN2V status in the MAP OJD programme. We have been vaccinating with Gudair since 2002. We have been part of the LambPlan Performance recording system since its inception, but we place an emphasis on structural correctness before we consider EBVs. A ram must be able to do the job he has been bred for. We have also used Prime Scan and Stockscan to help identify our better performing bloodlines. As well as our Poll Dorset stud, we run 3500 commercial self-replacing Dorset Coopworth cross ewes: so,

we are aware of the challenges and needs of the prime lamb producer. In normal years, we enter our local regional shows and Melbourne Royal but this year, due to Covid 19 regulations these shows have been cancelled; but our team are shaping up well. Due to the uncertainty of the Covid 19 regulations and the restrictions that may be in place regarding on property sales; we have invited Elite Livestock Auctions to be part of our sale. Chris Norris from Elite Livestock provides an online bidding platform so that buyers can bid from the security of their own homes or wherever it suits them. The agents from Kerr & Co Livestock and JME will be working closely, with Elite Livestock Auctions, to enable a smooth transition to this form of auctioning.

Any clients who do not have access to a computer will still be able to bid through their agents. The actual auction will be live streamed through the Elite Livestock website and linked to other relevant sites. Each ram with his facts and figures and videoof the ram, will be available for viewing prior to the sale. If Covid restrictions allow, we intend to conduct an on property open day prior to the sale. More information will be available as the year progresses. At Konongwootong, we see these difficult times as a chance to embrace new technology and convert the changes forced upon us to positive experience. Our annual sale is on Thursday 15th October at 1:30pm. Please contact us or your agent if you have any queries


RURAL RUNDOWN Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS

Agents yarded 636 old lambs and 2,002 sheep at Hamilton last week. There was a little more weight in the top end in the offering of lambs and more even than as the previous sale. The sheep supplied were good again with all weights and grades on offer. All the regular processors attended and active in a market that was stronger for lambs overall by $10 to $20/head with the heavier end being most affected. Medium weight sheep were firm to dearer by $10 with the extra heavy sheep up by $30/ head dearer in places. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $106 to $132/head, to average between 700c and 930c/kg cwt. Light a trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold

Numbers rose again as agents yarded 11,907 lambs and 2548 sheep combining to total 14,455 head overall. These sold to another large field of trade and processor buyers with more active restocker orders this week. Quality was very good with most lambs showing good weights and freshness as both the sheep and lamb markets sold to dearer rates this week. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $83 to $144 with the light weight trade types making from $147 to $153 as a number of restockers competed strongly for supply from $101 to $164/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs returned vendors from $157 to $190

from $136 to $160/head to average from 680c and 740c/ kg cwt. Medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $155 to $197/head to average from 650c to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30 kg and over sold up to $205/head to average 700c/kg cwt. Three score hoggets made to $215/head.

Heavy cross bred ewes made to $223 with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $122 to $156/head. Merino wethers made from $143 to $184/head. The general run of Merino mutton made between 620c and 720c/kg to average 680c/kg cwt. Terminal sire rams made to $51 and Merino rams sold to $40/ head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 621 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with an extra from interstate this week along with the usual feeder orders. Quality was mixed across the pens as some good heavy cattle came forward while the yearling run was lacking the finish of the previous week with this category selling to easier rates while the remainder of the market sold to a dearer trend. Vealer numbers remain small as steers ranged from 390c to 438c and heifers from 395c to 415c with a lift of 20c as both the trade and feeders operated here. Yearling steers to the trade made from 366c to 414c with

similar heifers returning from 365c to 400c/kg. Feeder steers sold from 335c to 420c with the feeder heifers ranging from 285c to 406c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks jumped from 20c to 30c as they ranged from mainly 352c to 423c with feeder support to 405c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade returned from 342c to 386c with feeder activity from 388c to 396c as manufacturing steers sold from 310c to 344c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 292c to 318c to rise 12c as a run of B muscled Simmental cross types returned from 319c to a high of 335c/kg. Lighter cows ranged from 220c to 297c to the trade with feeder activity to 297c as heavy bulls made from 295c to 300c/kg.

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with a range of 780c to 840c/ kg cwt covering most sales. Heavy lambs made from $184 to $220 as the extra heavy pens ranged from $202 to a high of $245/head. Old lambs are becoming scarce as the lighter types sold from $112 to $148 as the trade types returned from $148 to $177 with the heavy pens ranging from $188 to a high of $218/head. Hoggets made from $108 to $174 as the light ewes sold from $50 to $115/head. Medium weighted ewes made from $110 to $182 as the heavy types ranged from $180 to $203/head. Wethers sold to $200 as rams ranged from $40 to $156/head.

Naracoorte Market Report CATTLE Numbers fell away following the public holiday as agents yarded 644 head of live weight and open auction cattle as vendors were welcomed back into the saleyards. These sold to another large field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and increased restocker activity. Quality was generally good across the offering as the market kicked in price with large lifts in price across the categories. Vealer numbers were very small as these topped at 433c/ kg. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 376c to 434c with similar heifers returning from 368c to 439c as pricing lifted by 15c to 20c/kg. Feeder steers made from 370c to 434c with the feeder heifers making

from 305c to 411c/kg. Restockers added to the market last week in increased numbers as they purchased steers from 439c to 452c and heifers from 371c to 424c/kg. Grown cattle were smaller in number as the grown steers and bullocks ranged from 362c to 400c with a lift of 20c as feeder operated here from 380c to also 400c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade ranged from 320c to 388c with feeder interest here to 392c/ kg. Heavy cows rose by 12c as they ranged from 290c to 320c with the lighter types making from 244c to 290c with some restocker interest to 248c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 246c to 300c with the lighter types peaking at 314c/kg.

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The Democratic People’s Republic of Western Australia... As if 2020 hasn’t been weird enough, it seems clear that Western Australia are trying to make it a little more bizarre. It’s evident that the WA premier is planning to lead his state in seceding from the rest of Australia. For those who are interested in trivia, Western Australia’s premier is Mark McGowan. I doubt that any of us will remember that but it might come in handy at a quiz night or something.

Mr McGowan has refused to allow anyone into or out of WA since back on April the 5. It’s pretty clear that Mr McGowan has decided to cut all ties with the rest of Australia and is looking to breakaway and build a new independent nation. It’s fair to say I believe he has stolen this idea and it’s a pretty significant display of hypocrisy. Some of you will remember me talking about the Hutt River Province a couple of months ago, where a West Australian farmer back in 1970 declared himself independent from Western Australia and lived completely separate to the state of Western Australia for the next fifty years. The Western Australian government took him to court on a number of occasions and have only in the last couple of years demanded several million dollars in unpaid taxes from his surviving family. If it’s good enough for you now, Mr McGowan, then it’s good enough for His Royal Highness Prince Leonard. I’ll be honest, I can’t say I’m all that phased whether Western Australia leaves the rest of the country or not. As I said, I didn’t even know the name of their premier until a few minutes ago when I Googled it. Realistically, it’s a really long way away. Apart from that, it really doesn’t have a great deal going for it. When you think of New South Wales you think of the Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach. Queensland has the Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef. The Northern Territory has Uluru and big crocodiles. What does Western

Australia have? Let’s be honest; nothing much. Quokkas on Rottnest Island. That’s about the highlight of the state. Don’t need them. If I’m completely truthful, I’d always hoped that if we were going to lose a state from Australia it would be Victoria. I’ve always hoped that at some stage we’d come up with technology where we could transport Victoria to another part of the world. I thought that if we could stick it in the Middle East, we’d unify all of the warring countries in that part of the world in hating a common enemy. As I understand it premier McGowan is already underway working on plans for a wall. In all honesty I don’t think it’s really that necessary because we’re not going to drive that far that we’ll encounter it anyway. I suspect he might be building it partly as a

security measure to keep people out of Western Australia, partly to stop people from within Western Australia trying to sneak out and find somewhere interesting to live, and partly so they’ll have something they can promote as a tourist attraction. “Come and look at our big wall.� The only good thing about Western Australia was Dennis Cometti. Now that he’s not commentating the football on TV there’s no one else from WA that we really need in the rest of the country. The weather in WA is really hot which is another reason we don’t need their silly state. You can keep that, Mr McGowan. Western Australia don’t even have daylight savings time. From what I’ve heard it’s because they’re not smart enough to

change the clocks in their cars. They decided it was too hard so voted not to have daylight savings time, meaning at some times in the year they are two and a half hours behind us. No really I think it was because they were worried that the extra hour of sun light would fade their curtains. I hope the premier knows that he’ll have to change the name of his country if he does achieve independence. I assume the rest of the country will keep the name Australia and they’ll have to come up with something new. I’ve just spent five minutes trying to come up with a possible new name and I’ve got nothing. There is nothing distinctive I can come up with about the state that could be used to devise a name. No significant people. No significant geographical features. Nothing. Anyway, good luck with being an independent nation‌what’s his name again? That’s right. Mark. Good luck, Mark. If you’ve ever been to Western Australia email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com

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A time for giving 2020 Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal launched As the festive season nears, City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin encourages local businesses, community groups, families and individuals to consider those less fortunate and donate to the 2020 Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. The annual appeal provides a united and direct local response to the needs of the community during the Christmas period each year. Uniting Care, ac.care, Lifeline SE, St Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army jointly distribute all donations through the Christmas Cheer program. Last year the Mount Gambier Mayor's Community Christmas Appeal raised a record amount of more than $36,000 for needy local families and individuals. The funds

assisted 450 families, 800 adults and almost 550 children and teenagers with Christmas food hampers, vouchers or gifts. However, in 2020 Mayor Martin recognises that the COVID-19 pandemic will mean many others have faced additional challenges this year and may require a helping hand. "It has been tough for many people this year, and our local support agencies have indicated that they are expecting additional demand for assistance this Christmas," Mayor Martin said. “Therefore if you are able to, it is more important than ever to continue to support the appeal with whatever donation you can afford. A donation of just $50 can provide a Christmas hamper for an entire family and make a big

difference.” All funds raised as part of the appeal are distributed within the local area. Donations can be made through the following channels: Call Council on (08) 8721 2555 (option 1) with your credit card details on hand. Council staff can email you a tax invoice. In person at the City of Mount Gambier customer service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. Send a cheque made out to 'City of Mount Gambier' PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor's Christmas Appeal. Tins and a 'tap and go' EFTPOS system will also be available at local businesses.


EMPLOYMENT

Painter required for

Leading Hand - Minimum 8 years experience - Must have drivers licence - Excellent remuneration - Work vehicle supplied Contact George Weyers 0412 135 847

Noel Barr Toyota Qualified/Experienced Automotive Technician – Pre-Delivery & Accessory Fitment With a strong focus on teamwork and providing an exceptional experience to our customers; the Noel Barr Toyota team are looking for a Qualified/Experienced Automotive Technician to join our Pre-Delivery & Accessory Fitment Department Tasks & responsibilities • Perform Pre-Delivery servicing on new Toyota Vehicles prior to sale • Install Genuine Toyota & Aftermarket Accessories • Execute vehicle wiring requirements for towing, dual battery systems and other ancillary equipment • Provide guidance and training to apprentice staff, ensuring safe work practices - as required • Provide a high level of customer service to our guests and their vehicles Qualifications & experience • Ability to manage the daily work of the Pre-Delivery Department • Developed knowledge of automobiles and the automotive industry • Highly motivated with the ability to work productively and efficiently Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Applications and enquiries are strictly confidential. Please send your resume/application to Service Manager – Glenn Wright gwright@noelbarrtoyota.com.au


Electrician and Fitter/Fabricator Borg is one of the fastest growing manufacturers in Australia. We have the perfect opportunity for you to kick-start your Engineering career with an Electrical or Fitter/Fabricator Apprenticeship based in Mount Gambier. Becoming an Apprentice with Borg enables you to gain invaluable experience and a national qualification whilst getting paid to do it. For more information and to submit an application, please visit the Borg Careers webpage https://careers.borgs.com.au Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 30 October 2020. Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Barry Maney G R O U P

TRUCK SALES MANAGER About the Company With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria, having a turnover in excess of $1 billion. BMG are authorized Dealers for iconic truck brands; Kenworth, DAF and Hino providing sales, service and quality parts to our valued Customers. The Role Due to leadership growth, a rare management opportunity has emerged for an experienced and highly motivated Truck Sales Manager. As the successful candidate, you will be a hands-on leader of this award winning, high performing sales team which is revered by the heavy vehicle industry. You will be charged with propelling this team into the future, whilst servicing our customers to the highest standard.

EMPLOYMENT

ENGINEERING APPRENTICESHIPS

Key areas of responsibility: • Provide direction and support to the sales team to achieve targets • Identify objectives and strategies for sales growth and marketing of all brands • Regularly review targets and results and implement appropriate action plans • Manage vehicle inventory • Monitor work in progress and propose annual forecasts and budgets • Create and develop strong working relationships with relevant Franchisor representatives. • Manage key relationships with sub-dealers and key customers • Develop new business opportunities in order to grow the business • Provide direction and support to sales team to achieve sales objectives and targets • Promote effective and regular communication to encourage team cohesion and to achieve desired outcomes Requirements / skills • Industry experience is essential • 5+ years in a Sales Manager or similar managerial role is essential • A driven leader with a strong commitment to building a positive team culture and engagement • High-level communication, written, collaboration and delegation skills • Self-driven and results orientated with a keen appreciation of what it takes to drive and motivate a sales team. • Proven track record of leading teams and achieving budgets Benefits As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to attracting the best talent. We offer: • A generous remuneration package • Fully maintained company vehicle, phone and laptop • Work with Australia’s market leading truck brand • Corporate discounts on health and insurance programs • Annual staff functions and employee rewards How to Apply Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@barrymaney.com.au

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5. What is a baby giraffe called? 6. According to Greek mythology how long did the Trojan War last? 7. Brussels is the capital of which European municipality? 8. Who won straight through to the 2020 SANFL grand final? 9. What nationality is Romantic composer and pianist Franz Liszt? 10. In a standard deck of playing cards, which is normally the only king without a moustache? 11. Which is the hottest planet in our solar system? 12. The controversial method of pumping water, sand and chemicals into shale rock to extract natural gas or oil is known as what? 13. In the Mood and Moonlight Serenade were popular hits during the 2nd World War for which band leader’s orchestra? 14. Who wrote the famous 1855 poem The Charge of the Light Brigade? 15. Japanese three-line verses called Haiku contain how many syllables? 16. Hedwig from Harry Potter was a species of which type of bird? 17. Which country gained its independence from Denmark in 1944? 18. In which country is the Blarney Stone? 19. What is the name of singer Bonnie Anderson’s character on the TV soap Neighbours?

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EMPLOYMENT

Mount Gambier Hospice at Home Inc

We are seeking a Hospice Manager to support the Board of Mount Gambier Hospice at Home Inc implementing, delivering, and evaluating a Hospice at Home Service to the Mount Gambier and District Communities.

Barry Maney G R O U P

QUALIFIED HEAVY DIESEL TECHNICIAN About the Company With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria, having a turnover in excess of $1 billion. BMG are authorized Dealers for iconic truck brands; Kenworth, DAF and Hino providing sales, service and quality parts to our valued Customers. The Role An opportunity has emerged for a qualified and highly motivated Heavy Diesel Technician. This is an opportunity to work on premium brands such as Kenworth, DAF & Hino with ongoing manufacturer training being a priority for individual development. About you You will be a person who is passionate about the truck industry and has used their highly developed skills to provide an outstanding standard of work. Requirements / skills • Qualified Heavy Vehicle Technician is essential • Good level of communication, written and verbal collaboration skills • Excellent Team Player Benefits As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to attracting the best talent. We offer: • Work with Australia’s market leading truck brands • Corporate discounts on health and insurance programs • Attractive employee benefits and rewards

Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

How to Apply Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@barrymaney.com.au

We are seeking applicants who have the following skills. • Highly skilled in office administration • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, including strong negotiation and consultation skills • Proficient in the use of Excel, Word, data bases and Outlook • Knowledge of MYOB accounting software or similar and the ability to manage a financial budget and prepare reports for the Board. • Demonstrated experience in building effective community engagement • Demonstrated experience in developing and overseeing training for a range of audiences and facilitating group sessions • Demonstrated experience in building effective and respectful relationships with a broad range of stakeholders • Demonstrated skills and knowledge required to work respectfully with people from diverse social and cultural groups and situations, including Aboriginal people • Ability to set up policy and procedure manuals Qualifications and experience • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline would be ideal but not essential • Cert IV in Training and Assessment would be ideal but not essential • Significant experience working with health, not for profit and community sector • Experience working with volunteers and overseeing volunteer’s programs Also required • Current Police Check and Working with Children • Current Driver’s License Position will initially be for 15 hours per week. All applicants are to forward a resume with a covering letter to mountgambierhospiceathome@gmail.com or by post to PO Box 8531 Mt Gambier East 5291 by the close of business on Wednesday 21st October 2020. Any queries please contact Chair Roslyn Taylor 0439 254 381


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DEATH DEATH FUNERAL NOTICES NOTICE DEATH &NOTICE PROBERT DENNERT FUNERAL Trevor Leslie David John (Davo) NOTICES

Passed away peacefully at the Mount Gambier Hospital on Monday, 28th September 2020. Aged 51 years. Loved son of John (dec) and Valma. Loving brother of John and Brian. Cherished Uncle of Hunter, Jaxon and Max.

Forever in our Hearts In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333

DEATH NOTICE

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DIEGMANN Answers – 1. Slovenia; 2. Kevin Walters; 3. Brett Ratten; 4. Gin & vermouth; 5. Calf; 6. 10 years; 7. Belgium; 8. North Adelaide; 9. Hungarian; 10. King of Hearts; 11. Venus; 12. Fracking; 13. Glenn Miller; 14. Lord Alfred Tennyson; 15. 17; 16. Owl; 17. Iceland; 18. Ireland; 19. Bea Nilsson; 20. West Side Story; 21. West Coast Eagles & Western Bulldogs; 22. Feet; 23. George, Charlotte & Louis; 24. NSYNC; 25. Melbourne Vixens; 26. 2018; 27. Samantha Stephens (Bewitched); 28. The Great Gatsby; 29. John Le Carre; 30. Bangkok.

EMPLOYMENT

Georg

Passed away peacefully at the Mount Gambier Hospital on Thursday, 1st October 2020. Aged 91 years. Dearly loved husband of Hannelore, Loving father and father-in-law of Hubert (Bert) and Kerry, Beate, Georg and Vicki, Opa of Jeremy and Jo, Sarah and Joshua, Joshua and Toni, Luke and Kathrin, Sam and Tiarna, Danny, Dillion and Paige, Keegan and Bec, Uropa to 8 great grandchildren. Rest in peace. A private service for Georg was held on Friday, 9th October 2020 Cared for by SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333

DEATH NOTICE DIXON

Governance Officer

(12-month maternity leave contract) Wattle Range Council is seeking a Governance Officer to fill a 12-month maternity leave cover position. The successful candidate will report to the Director of Corporate Services and support the Executive Leadership Team in the maintenance of high standards of legislative compliance and excellence in governance. Key accountabilities of the role include: • oversight of the various governance systems to ensure compliance with the Local Government Act and regulations and all other relevant legislation; • monitoring and oversight of Council’s policy and procedures; • maintenance of all relevant registers and similar documents relating to Council’s Elected Members and employees; • oversight of the operation of Council’s complaint management system including compliance with Freedom of Information Act; and • the provision of advice on policy and governance matters to management. An attractive remuneration package in the range of Level 4/5 $72,744 - $79,154 is on offer based on experience, plus 9.5% superannuation. This position is full time contract with entitlement to a rostered day off each month. The position is located in Millicent, South Australia. Position description and information about Wattle Range Council is available from Council’s website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au Applications MUST include a: • Completed selection criteria, addressing both the essential and desirable criteria available from the website • Resume including three relevant referees

Netta Mary Passed away peacefully at the Mount Gambier Hospital on Sunday 4th October 2020 Aged 94 years. Loved wife of Don (dec). Loving mother and mother-in-law of Bev and Des(dec), Dot and Brian (both dec), Len and Jenny. Cherished Nanna of Tania, Stephen, Stacey, Dion, Craig, and Damian. Gran to 10 Great grandchildren.

FUNERAL NOTICES DIXON KENNEDY The relatives and

DIXON friends of theAlistair late Mrs Netta Mary Dixon Ronald are respectfully advised that Passed away peacefully, in the her Funeral will be held at the Mount Gambier Hospital on Mount Gambier Crematorium Thursday, 1st October 2020. Aged Chapel , Grant Avenue, on 79 years. Survived by his loving Tuesday 13th October 2020, wife of 55 years; Doreen. Loved commencing at 2:00pm. Father of Ian, Sean, Barry and Alice. Treasured Grandad of Roy In the care of and Byron. Loved by his beloved SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES sister, Patsy, in Dundee, Scotland. 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333 A laugh, a grin, a joke or two; That’s the way we’ll remember you. Alistair was privately laid to rest, in the Carinya Gardens Lawn Cemetery on Thursday, 08.10.2020

Confidential enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Council’s Director of Corporate Services, Mr Paul Duka on (08) 8733 0900 or email pad@wattlerange.sa.gov.au. Applications should be marked ‘confidential’ and addressed to the Human Resource and Risk Manager, PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to hr@wattlerange.sa.gov.au by 5pm on Friday, 30 October 2020.

Rebecca Bignell | 8723 1046 Mount Gambier & Districts Accredited Member NFDA

Jacqueline, Mark, Meredith and Heather are saddened to inform all our family and friends of the passing of our father Trevor on September 30, 2020. Loved grandfather and great grandfather. Respected, Loved, Missed. For those who have enquired, donations in Trevor’s memory, to the Willunga Bowling Club. Home postal address 23 Oceanview Avenue, Maslin Beach SA 5107. Trevor’s Funeral Service was held on Monday October 12, 2020.

DEATH NOTICE

Follow https://youtube.com/channel/ UCbEdQFpcIcpiQd4ZMfhqcKw to view the Service.

SCUNGIO

Ernesto Antonio 29/04/1957 – 04/10/2020 Passed away peacefully at home aged 63 years, surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Maryanne, Dearly loved father of Owen and Ernest, father-in-law of Emily and Daisy, Proud Nonno of Harvey, Sienna, Casper and Indiana. Cherished brother and brother-in-law of Marisa (dec), Sara and Ross, Silvana, Dino and Natalie, Angela and Ross, Carol and Con. Adored Uncle of Alexander, Oliver, Jacob, Lucas, Lara, Alexandra and Anastaci, Much loved son of Antonio and Antonia (both dec), son-inlaw of Evangelos and Antonia. Dearest Ernesto, you have been my soulmate, husband, best friend and guiding light for the last 34 years. Together we have been blessed with two beautiful sons and cherished grandchildren. I will forever be grateful for the life we built together, much love and much respect your loving wife Maryanne. Dad (Diff), I have so many special memories to cherish. Your legacy will be honoured, forever living on in my heart and thoughts. You will be greatly missed each and every day. I love you, Owen. Dad, forever in my heart and in the hearts of all those who had the privilege of knowing you. Forever in my mind, your words of wisdom and guidance will never be forgotten. Your mark on this world will be forever lasting. Your loving son Ernest.

DEATH NOTICE FUNERAL WINFIELD Shirley Constance NOTICE

Passed away peacefully at the Horsham Base Hospital on Monday, 28th September 2020. Aged 78 years. Loved wife of SCUNGIO TheLoving relativesmother and friends Don (dec), and of the late ErnestoofAntonio Scungio mother-in-law Sharan and are Funeral Rick,respectfully Jenny and advised John, John and Liturgy will be held Adored at St Paul’s Ange, and Michael, Nan Catholic 26 Penola Road, to all of Church, her grandchildren and Mount Gambier on Wednesday great grandchildren, cherished 14th October, 2020 commencing daughter of Elsie and Jack (dec). at 1:00pm. In lieu of floral tributes Due to Covid-19 restrictions Shirley the family kindly requests was privately laid to rest with Don, donations be made to Mount a memorial serviceCare to celebrate Gambier Palliative Service, her life will beHealth held atConnect, a later date. C/O Country PO In the Gambier care of SA 5290 BOX 267 Mount SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES envelopes provided at the Church. 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333 Due to Covid19 restrictions please be aware of limited numbers able to attend, for those unable to enter the Church Ernesto’s service will be livestreamed at Café Belgiorno, 7 Percy Street from 1:00pm.

Dad (Diff), I have so many special memories to cherish. Your legacy will be honoured, forever living on in my heart and thoughts. You will be greatly missed each and every day. DIXON The relatives friends I love you, and Owen. of the late Mrs Netta Mary Dixon Dad, forever in my heart and in are respectfully advised that the hearts of all those who had her Funeral will be held at the the privilege of knowing you. Mount Gambier Crematorium Forever in my mind, your words Chapel , Grant Avenue, on of wisdom and guidance will Tuesday 13th October 2020, never be forgotten. Your mark commencing at 2:00pm. on this world will be forever lasting. Your loving son Ernest. In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333

DIXON

FUNERAL NOTICE SCUNGIO

SCUNGIO The relatives and friends of the late Ernesto Antonio Scungio are respectfully advised Funeral Liturgy will be held at St Paul’s Catholic Church, 26 Penola Road, Mount Gambier on Wednesday 14th October, 2020 commencing at 1:00pm. In lieu of floral tributes the family kindly requests donations be made to Mount Gambier Palliative Care Service, C/O Country Health Connect, PO BOX 267 Mount Gambier SA 5290 envelopes provided at the Church. Due to Covid19 restrictions please be aware of limited numbers able to attend, for those unable to enter the Church Ernesto’s service will be livestreamed at Café Belgiorno, 7 Percy Street from 1:00pm. In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333

Rest in Peace

SCUNGIO

In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES

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CROSSWORD

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The Mount Gambier & District Tennis Association returned to the region’s courts at the weekend. Check out our facebook page for a full gallery as well as the round one results. SERVING IT UP IN ROUND ONE: Zayne Young readies to power this serve down (top left); Laura Edwards had to put her skates on to get to this short forehand (bottom left); Joanne Sealey at full stretch top reach this backhand s she suits up for yet another season of top grade tennis (above top left); rising star Jorja Mitchell keeps her eye on the ball for this forehand return (above top right); Emily Jolley is a picture of concentration during doubles action (above bottom left) & Brady Cook prepares to send this forehand back to his Glencoe opponents during men’s doubles action (above bottom right).

Jennings crowned champion While the Attamurra Golf Club Ladies Open Day had a smaller attendance than usual due to COVID, 49 ladies including members from Blue Lake, Naracoorte, Millicent and Port MacDonnell contested stroke and stableford rounds. The South East Ladies Open Championship was held in conjunction with the grade competitions and Mount Gambier member Bernie Jennings was the Champion for 2020 with a top score of 92 off the stick. Her steady round of 46 on both nines depicted her consistency and Helen Gregory nudged Mary Winser out on a countback with 93 for runner up. There was a four way countback to determine the nett winner in A grade with Carol Davis the victor from Anne Headlam, Andrea Pegler and Heather Barry, all with nett 74. There was a stableford competition for B and C grades and in B grade, Betty McKechnie who had 20 points at the turn, held her game together to finish with 38 points to win the silverware. Runner up was Libby Altschwager with 36 points from Leeanne Medhurst (Blue Lake) with 34 and Di O’Donnell

with 32 points. C grade saw Anne Schrapel claim the trophy with a steady score of 35 points from Carol Megaw (Blue Lake) claiming the runner up prize on a countback from Gail Stephenson with 34 points. Newcomer to golf, Courtney Lewis from Port MacDonnell claimed fourth prize with 33 points. The teams’ event was won by Betty McKechnie, Anne Headlam and Fiona Punton (Blue Lake) with a total of 103 points and McKechnie completed her successful day winning the Veterans event. The nearest the pin events for A, B and C grades

were won by Mary Winser, Janina Morrison and Gail Stephenson respectively while the respective winners for the second shot long drives on the 17th were won by Mary Winser, Josie Ashby and Chris Morrison. ABOVE (main) - Betty McKechnie, B grade Champion & Veterans winner, Bernie Jennings, SE Lady Champion and Anne Schrapel, C grade Champion


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Fast finishing Indians leave run too late In Division 1 baseball reigning premiers Central held out a fast finishing South Indians to take the opening game of the season. South opened the scoring in their first at bat when Jesse Balshaw found himself at first after a safehit to centrefield which was followed by consecutive hits to load the bases. Travis Lockwood picked a walk forcing Balshaw across the plate. Central replied in the top of the second when Koby Chant scored on Brad Lynagh’s safehit and Alex Ridding crossed home as a result of an error from Lynagh’s hit. In the third, Kyall McClean, after getting on base from a wild throw, added another when he was batted in by Ridding. The Magpies fourth run came in the next inning when Jordan

Aston drew a walk and scored on McClean’s three bagger. In the sixth, Central probably sealed the game scoring twice more. With two out Jordan Aston singled to rightfield and McClean followed with a single to leftfield. They both scored on Dylan Chuck’s safety to centrefield. One more was added in the top of the seventh when Ridding hit safely for the third time in the game and crossed the plate on an unfortunate catcher’s error. The Indians fought back in the even dig to score two. Deklin Joyce walked and Balshaw singled. They both scored on Dean Hamilton’s (pictured) long hit to rightfield. Central ‘s McClean picked up his third safe-hit for the night in the top of the eighth and crossed home on Chant’s safehit to leftfield. Not to be outdone, South’s Ryan Placucci was aboard after his hit caused an error and added their fourth run for the night on Hayden Batty’s sacrifice fly to leftfield. The last inning was closed out by both pitchers giving Central the win 8 runs to 4. Central had 13 safehits, two walks, six RBI, seven strike outs, two errors and left 10 runs on base. South had nine safehits, four walks, four RBI, nine strike outs, eight errors and left nine runners on base RESULTS SENIOR GRADES Division 1 Central 8 (Kyall McClean, Dylan Chuck, Alex Ridding 3; Koby Chant

2; Jordan Aston, Brad Lynag) d South Indians 4 (Ben Morale 3; Jesse Balshaw, Dean Hamilton 2; Hayden Battye, Ryan Placucci) Division 2 Federal 8 (Hamish Thomson, Josh Wilsmore, Ben Kroon) d Central Magpies 5 (Kody Shaw, Kaleb Bowd 2; Josh Chuck, Brad Braithwaite, Jordan Carrison); Central 9 (Jordan Aston 3; Lauchie Tilley, Blade Sturges 2; Ben Green, Leigh Kent, Josh Aston) d South Indians 2 (Hayden Timms, Steven Isaacson, Peter Walter) Division 3 Central Magpies 17 (Luke Patching 3, Sam Henschke 2, Alan Crouch, Nick Crouch, Andrew Hoath, Terry Wilson, Dean McCarthy, Geoff Crouch) d South Indians 3 (Satami Unayami, Kevin Joyce, Jason Henke, Cameron Morale, Zaaheer Anderson) JUNIOR GRADES Junior League Federal 18 (Alex Lynch 3; Cody Williams, Ryan Searcy, Owen Wheatley) d Central Magpies 10 (Daniel Ferguson, Blake Vause, Rhys Earle 2; Bree Ridding, Ben Braithwaite, Brock Dempsey, Owain Earle); South Indians 11 (Dylan Lewis 3; Deegan Habner, Emily Timms, Charlie Clark, Jett Lewis 2) d Central 3 (Curtis Page, Axl VonStanke, Brock Dempsey, Jye Ferrari, Tyrone Siebert, Mitchell Ruwoldt) Little League Central 6 (Cooper Smith, Orlando Vause 2; Lachlan Brierley, Jobe Harten) d South Indians 3 (Jett Lewis 2; Zane Lewis, Zaylen Smith,

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Monthly medal of medals In drizzly conditions, the stroke round saw 33 ladies participate in the Monthly Medal of Medals competition at Attamurra together with finalists of the putting competition playing off for trophies to be presented at the Annual General Meeting. In A grade, long hitter Helen McIntyre played a consistent round of 89/68 nett to finish five strokes under her handicap to claim the top prize from Helen Gregory on a countback from Heather Barry, both with nett 72. The pro shot was won by the accurate Faye Mainwaring on the 8th hole while accuracy drives on fairways recorded in respective grades were Carol Davis (A) - 12, Heather Teakle (B) 13 and Heather Chapman (C) 13. OPP. PAGE (inset) - Heather Barry, third place getter, Helen Gregory, runner up and Helen McIntyre, winner with nett 68.

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East Gambier Football Club hands out its silverware for the 2020 season

NEW FACE IN RED JACKET: A Grade Best & Fairest winner John Forster

VOLUNTEER HONOURED: Malcolm Lockwood won Club Person of the Year.

DEDICATED CLUB SERVANTS: Bobby Shepherd (left) was awarded Life Membership of the East Gambier Football Club while Darren Gray (right) won the Don & Ida Downs Award.

A GRADE AWARD WINNERS: Nick Lock (Best Team Player), James Byrne (Most Improved), Kurt Rodis (Best Under 21 player) & Jayden Eldridge (Most Consistent).

UNDER 14 AWARD WINNERS: Elijah Stratford (Most Consistent), Kyan Chittleborough (Most Reliable Defender), Jack Lawrence (Leading Goalkicker & Best & Fairest), Ky Wichman (Best Team Player), Cooper McCann (Coach’s Trophy) & Nick Bignell (Most Improved)

B GRADE AWARD WINNERS: Logan Gibbs (Coach’s Trophy), Garth Ransom (Leading Goalkicker & Best & Fairest) & James Davey (Runner-up Best & Fairest)

UNDER 18 AWARD WINNERS: Thomas Bignell (Coach’s Trophy), Riley Flamank (Leading Goalkicker) & Thomas Graney (Best Backman & Most Consistent)

B GRADE AWARD WINNERS: Scott Agnew (Best Team Player), Luke Johnston (Runner-Up Best & Fairest) & Tyson Shepherd (Most Improved)

UNDER 18 AWARD WINNERS: Connor Little (Best Team Player), Jesse Plunkett (Best & Fairest) & Connor Barry, (Most Dedicated)

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UNDER 16 AWARD WINNERS: Alex Lamb (Best Team Player), Joel Day (Best Team Player) Will Ellis (Most Dedicated), Charlie Smith (Most Improved) & Keenan Dwyer (Best & Fairest)

UNDER 16 AWARD WINNERS: Mitch Price (Most Consistent), Fionn Graney (Most Improved), Thomas Bignell (Runner-up Best & Fairest), Harlon Puhara (Best Backman) & Riley Flamank (Leading Goalkicker) PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER


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The first 2-4-2 competition of the month at Millicent Bowls club was greeted with a perfect day with 48 players going out to play the game over 20 ends, a far cry from the previous week where the game was called off due to heavy rain. The competition saw some very high scores with the winning team of Robert Atkinson and Steve Carnellor only losing 4 of the 20 ends. With a score of 36+15 coming in second with a score of 34+22 was Peter Dunicliff and Rod Gibbs. Other winning teams were, Lorraine Hyland, Iain Campbell 34+14. Eddie Hann, Neil Whelan 33+4. Ian Kuchel, Aaron Emonson 32+11. Malcom Wright, Brian

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Roper 32+8. Faye Hill, Peter Varcoe 31+4. Adriana Ross, Wayne Burris 31+4. Andy Kramer, David Reichelt 31+1. Graham Parsons, Ian Ross 30+8. Margaret Fennell Peter Hyland 30+7 and Robyn Rolfe, Terry Barnes 30+5.

This Thursday is the Nutrien Ag/ Banner Mens’ Fours starting at 9.30am. OCTOBER 1 MILLICENT 2-4-2 COMPETITION: Winners Robert Atkinson & Steve Carnellor (above left) & runners up Peter Dunnicliff & Rod Gibbs (above right)

Developing a new generation of Tigers Already one of the stronger clubs in the Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association, North Gambier is now shoring up its future by implementing a Junior Blasters Program. Targeting kids between the ages of ive and seven, getting underway this Wednesday at Marist Park with each session running for an hour throughout Term 4. It’s the first time North Gambier is running a Junior Blasters program and it will provide kids with the opportunity to participate in fun activities designed to learn the basics of fundamentals cricket while having fun along the way.

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Program coordinator Fiona Young encouraged kids to have a go after many were unable to play sport during the winter because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’re hoping for at least 10 (participants), but we’d love more obviously,” Young said. “It’s about developing some ball skills and trying to get them interested in cricket. It’s all about getting them in a cricket environment and supporting them to learn some new skills.We’re hoping we get a good turn out with the easing of restrictions and a lot kids had their footy seasons disrupted, so we hoping that offering a summer Term 4 alternative will get kids out there and engaging in some outdoor activity.” North Gambier has been one of the most successful clubs in recent seasons in the Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association, especially in the top grade – winning three of the past four premierships in the Hoggies Wines Barber Shield. Fiona hopes the Junior Blasters program will get more kids progressing through North Gambier’s junior ranks and then go on to the represent the club at senior level.

“I think it will be really be positive,” she said. “We’re quite a strong club, we’ve played in quite a few of the A Grade grand finals recently and we hope to continue that success.” Former Barber Shield championship winning captain, and key bowler for North Gambier’s Barber Shield defence this coming season, Tim Young, will head up the list of senior players running the sessions. MENTOR IN WAITING: Tim Young has been a part of multiple Barber Shield winning teams for North and is about to head up the club’s Junior Blasters Program. Young is pictured after last year’s Barber Shield victory, in which he was man of the match (left) & in action during the title decider against East Gambier.

It was a busy day at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday and with the weather forecast on the damp side it was pleasing to see good numbers including some new golfers, just learning the game, attend. A stroke competition sponsored by Margaret Street Meat was played in conjunction with the medal of medals event, with each of the monthly medal winners from the past five months competing for the honour of having their name engraved on the Patricia Fallas Perpetual Shield. Cherryl Hill was the happy winner for 2020 and will be presented with the shield at presentation night next month. She scored 96-26-70 to also claim the Division 1 win comfortably from vice captain Geraldine Scott 98-25-73. Hill’s card included three pars that helped her get over the line from Scott who had a very consistent 18 holes but unfortunately no pars. It was a close affair in Division 2 with the winner Trudy Herbert

taking the top voucher by a margin of one stroke, 109-38-71 from Carol Megaw 105-33-72. Both had two pars each marked on their cards. Nearest to the pin second shot on the par 3 2nd hole winners were Helen Myers (Div 1) Lucy Richards (Div 2) The pro-shot winner on the 5th hole was Vivienne Wilson. With the quarter finals to start this Wednesday the top qualifiers were Dianne Perryman (Div 1) and Bev Pascoe (Div 2). The best three scores were used from five rounds during the year, the draw for the quarter final is below starting from 8.30am. A stableford competition will be held for those not in the finals. QUARTER FINAL DRAW Division 1: D. Perryman v S. Agars, H. Myers v C. Hill, H. Stratford v L. Medhurst, J. Ashby v G. Scott. Division 2 : 8.50am - B. Pascoe v L. Gill, C. Megaw v D. Allen, L. McPherson v T. Herbert, L. Richards v B. Mahoney.

STROKE PLAYER WINNERS: Division 2 runner up Carol Megaw and winner Trudy Herbert with Margaret Street Meat sponsor representative Carolyn Melhuish and Division 1 winner Cherryl Hill with runner up Geraldine Scott

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Thomas and Nicholas Bignell, both swimmers representing Blue Lake Y Swim Club, competed at the 2020 SA Short Course State Championships in Adelaide recently. Thomas (above right) won a silver medal in 50 Breaststroke and bronze in both 100m Breaststroke and 200m Breaststroke, finishing ninth overall in 200 Breast. Nicholas (above left) swam a 2.9 second PB (personal best) in 50 Breaststroke.

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Foundation Cup results show genuine promise

LAKES JUNIOR TENNIS: Under 15 Foundation Cup team.

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The date is set The Borderline Speedway marks the calendar for season return It is official. The Borderline Speedway is going to kick of its 202/21 season with a November 28 meeting. A special general meeting held on Friday committed to moving ahead with the season, with the calendar set to be a watch this space style as officials continue to comply with COVID regulations, keep an eye out for the possible lifting of border restrictions and also monitor their ongoing viability based on

spectator support. Murray Bridge will be the first South Australian track to host a speedway event since COVID shut the sport down and it will be a great test case for Borderline officials, as they look to work with local government and health officials to formulate a COVID Safe Plan. “We saw South Gambier get it down for the Limestone Coast Football League grand final and Millicent for the junior football and netball grand finals so we are hopeful we can put something in place as well,” Borderline Speedway president Cary Jennings (pictured) said. Murray Bridge already has 20 sprintcars nominated which is great and rumour has it New South wales and Queensland competitors will be making the trek with no racing in their immediate vicinity. They are working on a 1000 spectator maximum plan and Borderline is looking to 60-80 cars in the pits for their November 28 opening as they look to put their plan in place. Sprintcars, street stocks, late model sedans, Formula 500 and

wingless sprints are the categories of racing camping at the bit to be involved and the Borderline will outline its November 28 racing program in the coming weeks. With World Series Sprintcars on ice for the 2020/21 season, the Borderline will look to fill that void with a December 28 meeting, when the WSS sideshow would normally be in Mount Gambier. While nothing is carved in stone, aside from the November 28 start date, the King’s Challenge is also on the proposed calendar, along with a raft of other meetings that have traditionally filled the

motorsport calendar in this region and there’s no doubt the opening of the Victorian border would be a huge boon for clubs on both sides of the imaginary line. The future of the 2020/21 season also lies firmly in the hands of spectators given it costs around $8500 just for the club to open its gates for a meeting, and that doesn’t takin into consideration prize money. “We are not out to make a profit – just to cover costs and be viable – and that is where the crowds come in,” Jennings said.

Pennant Bowls Results

LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Millicent Red 50/14 d Kingston 41/0; Port MacDonnell 52/14 d Mount Gambier 33/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 49/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 38/0; Penola 54/14 ; Penola 54/14 d Millicent Blue 40/0. DIVISION TWO Robe 54/14 d Beachport 37/0; Naracoorte RSL 83/14 d Port MacDonnell 27/0; Lucindale 49/14 d Penola 31/0; Naracoorte 48/14 d Millicent 35/0. DIVISION THREE Beachport 60/14 d Robe 44/0; Mount Gambier 57/14 d Port MacDonnell 46/0; Penola 65/12 d Mount Gambier RSL 34/2; Millicent 58/14 d Naracoorte 41/0. NO OPEN PENNANT RESULTS AVAILABLE BEFORE PRINT - CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR FULL RESULTS.

Junior tennis in this region officially kicks off this weekend but the best juniors in Mount Gambier have already had a strong hit out competing in the Foundation Cup in Adelaide and producing some impressive results. The 13 & Under team came agonisingly close to taking out their age group – finishing runner up by just one point, while the 15 & Under and 17 & Under line-ups finished fourth. Lakes Junior Tennis coordinator and head coach Cassie Edwards was pleased with not just the tournament results but the dedicated preparation of the players in the lead up to the season’s first major event. “Overall we came fourth in the teams event and that was a good result for us,” Cassie said. “I was extremely happy with the performances and it was a very successful event for us. The kids worked really hard in the lead up and we were lucky because compared to other sports, we were able to basically practice uninterrupted. We had really good preparation this year for the Foundation Cup, training as a group all through Term 3.” There were individual honours as well with Lucy Handbury (pictured above) bringing home the Kevin Schwartz Foundation Cup, which is a sportsmanship award voted on by the players. Lucy was also selected in the 13 & Under State team, with Emily Edwards earning a spot in the 17 & Under State line-up. Both girls will head to Adelaide at a later date to take on the metropolitan players.


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Dallas Skeer shows good signs after long lay off Talented motorcycle rider Dallas Skeer didn’t miss a beat upon his return to racing after the COVID-19 enforced break. Skeer competed at the Master of Mac Park at the Mount Gambier Motorcycle Club last weekend in what was his first competitive event since late February. “I was able to beat my previous lap record for the 600 Supersport class (1.11.162 to 1.10.040),” Skeer said. “I was able to win the Supersport 600 class with a first in race one, first in race two, third in race three and a first in the fourth race. I then finished third in the main feature race which was in very wet conditions.” Skeer even surprised himself with the times he recorded in slippery conditions at Mac Park.“I was able to come back and be over a second quicker than what I was previously, I didn’t expect to be that quick,” he said. “It was good that I hadn’t lost anything over the break. I surprised myself.” The lengthy layoff meant the 18 year old was off the bike for a considerable time, but he did

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manage to sneak in sessions at Mac Park in preparation for the eventual return. “It was good to have a bit of a break actually from racing,” he said. “We were able to still stay on the bike once a month at Mac Park and on my motocross bike out on the farm. But other than that, everything has been the same with my other training and day-to-day life, it just I wasn’t racing. We had a about two-and-a-half months off the bike at one point.” Skeer is eyeing a move to Europe as he outlined his short and long-

term goals moving forward. “(The) short-term goal would be to be competitive in the Supersport class and fight for the Championship win and then move up to either superbikes or get a ride overseas,” he said. “But I’d like to win the Australian Championship and then hopefully have that lead onto some overseas racing. Getting over to Europe and competing in the British Championship would be good.” Skeer’s next race is Round 2 of ASKB National Championships on November 20-22.

Mountain of mud Riders challenged by conditions at downhill bike event Sunday’s treacherous conditions certainly made for tough racing at the final round of the State Downhill Series, hosted at Mount Gambier earlier this month. After perfect conditions for practice on Saturday, the afternoon rain for Sunday’s main competition races saw plenty of competitors come to grief. Organisers were pleased with the number of new faces competing at the event. The Elite category had qualifying to determine the start order for the finals, creating excitement with the fastest rider coming down the hill last, while every other class was a one run one result for the whole afternoon. RESULTS Elite Connor Fearon 1st (a huge 9 seconds ahead of second place) Sam Walsh 2nd Henry Blake 3rd Conor Clancy 4th Tom Siinmaa 5th (finishing off the podium ) Local results: Elite Justin deJong 9th ; Shane deJong 23rd; Lachie Tye 29th; Ben Kilsby 30th; Nick Brooks 36th Sport Jamee Brooks 2nd Novice (first race class) Kurtis Galpin 3rd; Kyle Johnson 4th; Matthew Kuchel 5th Chainless Justin deJong 3rd ; Shane deJong 10th; Deegan Watson 17th Did not finish results (timing issues) Sam Madzia & Haiden Smith

Sissis crowned the master

MOUNTAIN BIKE MAYHEM: Justin deJong gets airborne (above); Sam ‘The Swan’ Madzia in action (bottom left) and Nick Brooks tackles the course (bottom right) . PHOTOS COURTESY OF LUCY CLARKE.

Super-Master Greg Osmond 3rd Master Daryl Watson 4th Ebike Greg Osmond 3rd Under 13s Deegan Watson 6th & Liam Johnson 10th (first race)

Under 15 Clyde Innes 10th & Riley Morgan 14th (Both riders in their first race) Expert men Haiden Smith 2nd & Sam Madzia 5th Retro Shane deJong 4th &Nick Brooks 6th

Motorcycle racing returned to the iconic McNamara Park when the annual Master of Mac Park event was held over the October long weekend. The Master of Mac Park has been running since 1976 at the Mount Gambier Motorcycle Club – one of Australia’s oldest motorcycle clubs. Racing was put on hold for seven months because of the COVID-19 pandemic but it returned with a bang at the refurbished and extended McNamara Park Raceway. The track is unique as is it’s the only national standard club owned racetrack in Australia. While the Master of Mac Park is the main feature race, it also included Round 2 of the SA State Championships with qualifying taking place on Saturday morning followed by racing on Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday. Mount Gambier Motorcycle Club president Alex Trnovsky was absolutely thrilled with the turnout with 90 riders competing across the weekend. “It’s been seven months since we’ve had racing out there,” Trnovsky said. “We had more competitors this year than last year and we were only able to get them from South Australia, which is amazing. There were quite a few first-timers who were keen to come back. It was just a really positive meeting despite the weather on Sunday. It’s our premier race event for the year. The Master of Mac Park would normally attract up to 30 Victorian riders, which was impossible in 2020 because of border restriction, but Trnovsky was pleasantly surprised about the strong support from other riders. “It can actually be a positive thing because we’ve been racing for so long, we got new people coming down who hadn’t been here before,” he said. “Crowdwise we had a COVID plan and

everything went really well.” While no Victorians were in action, it was still a strong field packed with talented and fast South Australian riders. 2018 Master of Mac Park champion and former Moto 3 winner Arthur Sissis was among the favourites to win the 15-lap race, along with three-time champion William Strugnell and local star Dallas Skeer. Wet conditions greeted the riders on Sunday after morning rain but it was Sissis who showed his class, surging clear of Sturgnell take out the 2020 Master of Mac Park – his second title in three years. Skeer finished in third which rounded out an impressive weekend for the 18 year old after securing first in the Supersport 600 with three first place finishes in four races – including a course lap record of 1.10.040. Overall, the event was a resounding success considering there was doubt as to whether it was going to go ahead, with high-class riding on show across the board. “It was brilliant to have racing back,” Trnovsky said. MASTERING MAC PARK: (Above top) McNamara Park was picture perfect for the 2020 Master of Mac Park event. PHOTO COURTESY OF DEB KLOEDEN. Major sponsor representative Bryce Roberts (left), from OGR, hands over the winner’s cheque to Arthur Sissis and Sissis in action on his way to his second Master of Mac Park title. PHOTOS COURTESY OF PIERRE SPORT PHOTOGRPAHY.


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[F1]3.9% comparison rate available to approved applicants of Toyota Finance to finance new & demo: (1) Corolla Hatch Petrol & Hybrid models (build dates from May 2018 – November 2020); and (2) Corolla Sedan Petrol & Hybrid models (build dates from September 2019 – November 2020). Offer available for Private, Bronze & Silver customers only. Offer ends 30/11/2020. Maximum finance term of 48 months applies. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. Toyota Finance reserves the right to change, extend or withdraw an offer at any time. Ask your dealer for more information. Comparison rate is based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Toyota Finance, a division of Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 392536. [D3] Recommended driveaway price (RDP) shown is applicable for Private customers, Bronze, and Silver Fleet customers, and primary producers, only at participating dealers. Offer available on new August 2020 to November 2020 built models purchased between 01/10/2020 and 30/11/2020 unless extended. RDPincludes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and metallic/premium paint. Toyota reserves the right to extend or amend the offer at any stage. [D1]Recommended driveaway price (RDP) shown is applicable for Private customers, Bronze, and Silver Fleet customers, and primary producers, only at participating dealers. Offer available on new May 2020 to December 2020 built models purchased between 01/10/2020 and 30/11/2020 unless extended. RDP includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Metallic/premium paint at additional cost. Toyota reserves the right to extend or amend the offer at any stage. T2020-015528


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! N O S I E C A R D R O THE F Y E N A M Y R R A TO B

John Richter (Sales Manager) 0402 315 481 johnr@barrymaney.com.au

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

Tim Pietsch (Finance) 08 8721 3400

John Ellis 0428 003 351

michaels@barrymaney.com.au

timp@barrymaney.com.au

johne@barrymaney.com.au

2018 HYUNDAI TUCSON ELITE TL3

2014 VOLKSWAGEN SCIROCCO 1S

2015 HYUNDAI TUCSON ELITE TLE

2018 HYUNDAI I30 ACTIVE PD2

17,126kms, auto, 2L diesel, 4x4 sat nav, lane departure warning, leather seats, 18” alloys, cruise, smart device integration. CT46AO Internet ID: 30934

46,909kms, auto, cruise, 2 zone climate control, 19” alloys, heated seats. XX243A Internet ID: 30984

99,545kms, 7sp sports auto, 4x4, 17” alloys, sat nav, bluetooth, cruise, 2 zone climate control. S433CDU Internet ID: 30979

44,879kms, auto, sat nav, smart device integration, 16” alloys, air conditioning, reverse camera. 1OD2YS Internet ID: 30950

ONLY

39,990

$

ONLY

29,990

$

ONLY

21,990

$

Michael Summers 0448 006 979

2016 NISSAN PATHFINDER ST R52

ONLY

21,990

$

7 seats, cruise, one owner, full service history, reverse camera, tow bar, bluetooth, 18” alloys. 1HP3ZP Internet ID: 30957

2015 MAZDA CX-5 GRAND TOURING KE 4X4

2014 SUBARU WRX V1

2018 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT

2011 FORD TERRITORY TITANIUM SZ

2019 KIA SPORTAGE SI QL

40,914kms, auto, 2.2 litres diesel, sat nav, heated leather seats, 2 zone climate control, reverse camera, 19” alloys, cruise, in car voice system. CEZ37C Internet ID: 30853

91,875kms, 17” alloys, climate control, body kit, reverse camera. CC844V Internet ID: 30952

59,356kms, 7sp sports auto, 17” alloys, sat nav, cruise, reverse camera, bluetooth, multi-zone climate control. WVW994 Internet ID: 30931

136,386kms, auto, 2.7L diesel, 7 seats, sat nav, 18” alloys, 2 zone climate control, leather seats, reverse camera, cruise, dvd player. S562ANA Internet ID: 30958

Automatic, 22,704kms, 17”alloys, 2 zone climate control, cruise control, bluetooth. reverse camera. 1OY2YC. Internet ID: 30973

WAS

$

31,490

NOW

30,490

$

ONLY

26,990

$

ONLY

31,990

$

ONLY

16,990

$

ONLY

19,990

$

ONLY

26,990

$

2016 TOYOTA AURION AT-X

2019 KIA SPORTAGE SI QL

2019 HYUNDAI SANTA FE ELITE 4X4

2017 HYUNDAI TUCSON ACTIVE X TL

2018 FORD ENDURA TITANIUM CA

95,725kms, auto, 16” alloys, 2 zone climate control, bluetooth, rear view camera, cruise. S631CFZ Internet ID: 30991

34,135kms, auto, cruise, 17” alloys, 2 zone climate control, reverse camera, bluetooth. 1OY2YD Internet ID: 30974

13,215kms, auto, 2.2 litres diesel, 7 seats, sat nav, leather seats, 2 zone climate control, reverse camera, 18” alloys, cruise. ECK73W Internet ID: 30897

57,153kms, auto, reverse camera, leather seats, 18” alloys, air conditioning, bluetooth, cruise. 1OU3FM Internet ID: 30971

15,523kms, auto, 2 litres diesel, sat nav, reverse camera, heated & cooled seats, adaptive cruise control, 20” alloys. 1QP5TD Internet ID: 30955

ONLY

16,990

$

ONLY

26,990

$

WAS

$

49,990

NOW

48,990

$

2018 HYUNDAI ACCENT SPORT RB6

2017 VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 132TSI

2018 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT 132TSI

2018 FORD MUSTANG GT FN

4,856kms, auto, cruise, air conditioning, 16” alloys, power windows. CU51XD Internet ID: 30936

47,404kms, auto, sat nav, cruise, 17” alloys, multizone climate control, reverse camera. 1KH6SA Internet ID: 30921

47,423kms, auto, blind spot monitoring, radar cruise, heated leather seats, sat nav, reverse camera, multizone climate control. 1NX6JL Internet ID: 30948

13,357kms, 10sp sports automatic, 19” alloys, 2 zone climate control, sat nav, reverse camera, heated leather seats, cruise. 1PV1WD. Internet ID: 30903

WAS

$

19,990

NOW

18,990

$

WAS

$

34,490

NOW

32,990

$

WAS

$

32,990

NOW

32,490

$

ONLY

25,990

$

ONLY

48,990

$

2018 HOLDEN ASTRA LT BL WAS

$

58,990

NOW

57,990

$

42,792kms, auto, reverse camera, sat nav, air conditioning, bluetooth, cruise, 17” alloys. 1NI3TN Internet ID: 30942

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18,990

$

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

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GREAT DRIVEAWAY PRICE*

+

FOR ABN HOLDERS

Jubilee Highway West, MOUNT GAMBIER PHONE 08 8721 3400 LVD 2545

MYFORD FINANCE

$1,000 DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTION+

• ABN holders • 60 month term • Min $20,000 finance

UNTIL DECEMBER 31

Michael Bonham 0417 824 281 Ian Williams 0418 230 469 Barry Stafford 0418 895 652

This information is issued by Ford Motor Company Australia *Available to ABN holders only, at participating dealers. +The $1,000 deposit contribution offer is applicable to eligible ABN Holders, financing at least $20,000 (inclusive of fees and charges) on a chattel mortgage with a term of 60 months. Monthly direct debit payments only. This offer is available at participating authorized Ford Dealers for qualifying new and demonstrator purchases of Ford Ranger, Ford Transit and Ford Transit Custom. While stocks last and cannot be combined with previous Macquarie Leasing campaign offers. Eligible contracts must be settled by 31/12/2020. Offer may be extended or withdrawn at the discretion of the financier. Finance provided by Macquarie Leasing Pty Limited ABN 38 002 674 982 trading as myFORD FINANCE to approved applicants for business purposes (not available to national fleet, government or rental buyers) subject to credit assessment criteria. Fees and charges are applicable. Full conditions available on application.

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Jubilee Highway West, MOUNT GAMBIER PHONE 08 8721 3400 LVD 2545

Michael Bonham 0417 824 281 Ian Williams 0418 230 469 Barry Stafford 0418 895 652

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STI SPORT

EYESIGHT

VISION ASSIST

EYESIGHT

XV DEMO

LEVORG EX-DEMO

FORESTER EX-DEMO

OUTBACK DEMO

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

• Sports bucket seats • GPS • Electric Sunroof • Eyesight Driver Assist • Front and Rear Cameras • 59367

• Driver Monitoring • Front & Rear View Cameras • Heated Front Seats • Reverse Auto Braking • 58693

• $1,000 Free Accessories • Eyesight Accident Avoidance • Reverse Camera • Apple Car Play & Android Auto • 58942

Was $35,470

Was $56,980

Was $40,990

Was $41,510

now $34,480 DRIVE AWAY

now $54,990 DRIVE AWAY

now $39,565 DRIVE AWAY

now $40,680 DRIVE AWAY

REVERSE CAMERA

HYBRID

VISION ASSIST

LEATHER

FORESTER EX-DEMO

IMPREZA DEMO

OUTBACK EX-DEMO

FORESTER EX-DEMO

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

• Reverse Camera • Apple CarPlay & Android Auto • Keyless Entry with Push Button Start • Alloys • 59153

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

• Driver Monitoring • Front & Rear View Cameras • Heated Front Seats • Reverse Auto Braking • 58940

Was $50,400

Was $26,380

Was $47,990

Was $40,990

now $45,880 DRIVE AWAY

now $25,750 DRIVE AWAY

now $43,850 DRIVE AWAY

now $39,565 DRIVE AWAY

EYESIGHT

LIMITED EDITION

AUTO

VISION ASSIST

LIBERTY EX-DEMO

WRX EX-DEMO

OUTBACK EX-DEMO

FORESTER EX-DEMO

• Eyesight Driver Assist • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto • Keyless Entry • Alloy Wheels • Reverse Camera • 59213

• Leather • Heated Front Seats • Front and Rear Cameras • GPS • Electric Sunroof • Eyesight • 59342

• Black Ultrasuede Trim • GPS • Electric Sunroof • Heated Front Seats • Eyesight • Front & Rear Cameras • 58856

• Driver Monitoring • Front & Rear View Cameras • Heated Front Seats • Reverse Auto Braking • 58666

Was $35,280

Was $53,980

Was $48,270

Was $40,990

now $33,400 DRIVE AWAY

now $51,750 DRIVE AWAY

now $44,850 DRIVE AWAY

now $38,490 DRIVE AWAY

primary producer pricing available* T&C’s apply*

Carlin and Gazzard Subaru 116-138 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

Phone Mark Phillips or Wendy Webster 8723 8881 WWW.CARGAZ.COM.AU LVD 394

Offer ends 31/10/2020