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ISSUE 854 - Wednesday, October 21, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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Culinary champions

The Limestone Coast shines at South Australian restaurant awards

Leaders in the State

The Commodore on the Park; Pipers of Penola; The Tasting Room (Mayura Station) & The Barn all honoured at awards ceremony. See inside for full story

Mount Gambier has a long and proud history in Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards and this year, the Blue Lake City has again been honoured, taking out the win in the Resource Recovery and Waste Management category. See inside for full story

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Stroke of genius

Musicians makeover a city asset Mount Gambier’s City Band Hall has had a signicant redevelopment inside and now the outside of the iconic building has been spruced up with musicians putting their instruments aside and picking up paintbrushes to create a stunning mural. Funded by the City of Mount Gambier, the mural has breathed new life into the tired facility, that is hoping to be regenerated, not

just as a rehearsal space, but as a function and conference centre. Music is still the key focus of the hall’s tenants, though, and they are hoping to combine a processional performance with the official unveiling of the hall’s transformation, on a date yet to be finalised. See inside for full story

LEFT: Liz Ferguson & Jennie Matthews have been leading the efforts to create the stunning Mount Gambier City Band Hall mural.

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Hitting the right note Musicians swap instruments for paint brushes Music has not been the sole focus of the tenants of the Mount Gambier City Band Hall in the past few months. Yes, there have been rehearsals for the Mount Gambier City Band and the Mount Gambier City Concert Band, while the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra has been in hiatus, given conductor Angus Christie is locked away in Victoria, but the musicians have been as busy as ever, swapping their instruments for sledge hammers, nail guns and paint brushes to spruce up their home – the fatigued City Band Hall on the corner of Lake Terrace East and Pick Avenue. From the interior makeover and upgrade to make the facility not just an improved rehearsal facility but also flexible enough to morph into a meeting and function centre, the exterior has also become a work of art. Gone is the tired grey stone exterior and in its place a vibrant mural that encapsulates the current tenants as it celebrates not just music but the fact music is a

lure for all genders and ages. Jennie Matthews (pictured below left), who has been so instrumental in the Mount Gambier music landscape for decades, is also an artistic genius and she has been the initial mastermind behind the hall makeover, and, in tandem

with Liz Ferguson (pictured below right) has done a lion’s share of the painting to transform the corner location. The Mount Gambier City Band Hall refurbishment was financed by the City of Mount Gambier Community Development Fund and was the realisation of a long held dream for the hall’s musical tenants. Jennie’s original vision was more along the lines of the black and white style silo art at Coonalpyn but as all creative projects generally do, the vision evolved and after spending time at rehearsals sketching various players, the mural is now a depiction of the 2019 Mount Gambier Fringe street parade. September 14 was the first day on the job for the city band hall painters and hopes are high an official unveiling and celebration of the raft of renovations will be held sooner rather than later. With Jennie leading the way

with the mural project, Liz, who has been the long standing caterer and general dog’s body for the hall’s musical tenants, arguably understates her role in the community art project. “I’m really the paint by numbers person, “said Liz, alluding to the fact, Jennie has provided the base plate and it basically requires colouring in from those helping. The truth is, Liz, who ended up involved because of her relationship with Jennie, who was her daughters’ music teacher has been focussing on her art practice, called ArtsPlay, since retiring, so she brings a high level of skill to the project. And for Jennie, it is a project about so much more than just reviving a tired city building. “I think it was important for the hands and faces to be seen,” Jennie said. “I see this mural as educational as well. People can see the instruments and how to play the instruments. It was also important that we who people of all ages and racial differences and it was really important to even show the youngest people playing an instrument. I think being a musical educator my whole life I couldn’t help myself.” Not only did the project morph from its original concept, it has continued to evolve as Liz and other volunteers have made their own suggestions as the mural began to spring to life. City of Mount Gambier councillor Frank Morello has visited the site and was impressed with the new look City Band Hall. “Public community art projects are so important,” Cr Morello, who is also the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre manager, said. “It not only improves community spaces but it also generates interest and talking points. The City Band Hall was well overdue for a facelift and to have volunteers work so hard to create this wonderful mural is just what this community is all about. These kind of projects can only inspire more creativity.”

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Matching job seekers and employers for more than 25 years Increased demand sees Mount Gambier team move to new premises AXIS Employment Mount Gambier has a new home. Courtesy of the continued loyalty of local businesses who continue to support the employment service. Due to an increase in demand for the services offered by AXIS, the Mount Gambier team has moved to a larger and improved facility at 1/35 James Street. AXIS Employment is all about matching job seekers with employers. Their dedicated staff are committed to ensuring the experience, skills and abilities of the job seeker and the needs of the employer are the best possible fit. AXIS Employment is committed to providing continuing success for both the job seeker and employer. The Mount Gambier team are

your local specialists in disability employment. As an employer, AXIS can assist you to access suitable job seekers via the Disability Employment Service (DES). Supports include recruitment, guidelines for shortlisting candidates, protocols for interviews and ultimately matching you with a suitable job seeker. AXIS Employment brings more than 29 years of experience in the sector and has a strong track record in successfully meeting the recruitment and employment needs of their employers. AXIS will focus on the abilities of the job seekers, their training, employment readiness and the benefit they can bring to your business.

AXIS can also assist in accessing government subsidies, disability awareness training, professional recruitment advice, job design for employees with a disability and that, all important, ongoing support. As a job seeker, your AXIS Employment consultant will provide the support and encouragement you require to re-enter the workforce. We will walk you through the process every step, from pre-employment training, mentor support, background checks, post-employment training, and ongoing support to ensure your success. AXIS deliver the ParentsNext program, which works with parents and carers to help build confidence, develop skills and access local support and services to plan for the future. ParentsNext support parents and carers develop employment goals and place them in a better position to gain employment opportunities when the time is right. The ParentsNext program even has its own dedicated child friendly space, complete with an array of toys and activities for your child to enjoy. Drop into the new AXIS Employment offices at 1/35 James Street to see how they can help you, whether you are a job seeker or an employer.

MATCHING JOB SEEKERS & EMPLOYERS: AXIS Employment regional manager Rod Verseegh in the new James Street office. (bottom far left); the ParentsNext program is headed up by Karren Owen (above) & has a new dedicated space in Axis Employment’s new James Street office; Claudia Booth (bottom left) will welcome you to AXIS Employment Mount Gambier. AXIS Employment staff include regional manager Rod Versteegh Parents Next coordinator Karren Owen, Employment Consultants Mike Reilly, Michele Colbert, Chris Yates & Jenna-Ray Stratford & administration assistant Claudia Booth. (Naracoorte staff not shown – Richard Cox & Dally Victor)

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Culinary champions The Limestone Coast shines at South Australian Restaurant & Catering Association Awards

Food and wine are two of the pillars of the Limestone Coast’s tourism strategy, along with our vast array of natural attractions and last week’s South Australian Restaurant & Catering Association Awards confirmed, our food and wine scene continues to be a shining light. Four Limestone Coast venues came home with gongs, with another former winner securing a finalist position in two categories. Pipers of Penola is a multi awarded winning restaurant run by Simon and Erika Bowen, and their iconic Penola fine dining experience beat out two metropolitan finalists in the Contemporary Australian Restaurant (Formal) category. Simon returned to the region in 2011, having developed his culinary skills in some of Australia’s most prestigious kitchens, as well as internationally. When he was looking to start an apprenticeship as a chef he worked his way into a prize position in Stephanie Alexander’s kitchen during the period when she basically became a brand in herself. He also spent some time under the tutelage of leading food educator and chef Hermann Schneider before heading overseas, including a stint in a two Michelan Star restaurant in Germany. He then worked at Daylesford’s iconic The Lake House restaurant at the height of its popularity and critical acclaim, giving him a resume that read like a who’s who of fine dining before returning home to make his own mark, which he has, with multiple industry awards across the tourism and hospitality sector. Mount Gambier’s Commodore on the Park also beat out metropolitan competition in the Restaurant in a Hotel category to be crowned the best in the State.“It just shows we have the best of the best here in this region,� Manager Tom Kosch said. “We were excited to see our region so well represented. It is reward for effort to see that restaurants in this region are amongst the best restaurants around.� Tom said the win was a testament to the team at the Commodore on the Park, from head chef Paul Raggatt, who

is approaching a decade in the role, to the wait staff, who ensure the dining experience is one not just to savour but to remember. “We saw this as an opportunity to showcase the business and our hard working team,� Tom said. “We are trying to provide a value for money experience that focuses on quality service and quality dishes and this award suggests we are getting that right.� Another multi award winning venue, Mayura Station’s The Tasting Room, was also in the spotlight, named the Best Steak Restaurant, beating out this region’s The Barn Steakhouse, another previous winner of the category, as well as two metropolitan based finalists. The Tasting Room was also a finalist in the Tourism Restaurant category. “It is definitely nice to get a bit

of recognition for all the hard work of the team,â€? head chef Mark Wright said. While the interactive experience of dining at The Tasting Room has not changed, with the aim of showcasing the star of the show – the Wagyu beef – Mark, who has been at the helm almost eight year,s has added some new equipment and cooking techniques to the repertoire, including a smoker, and continues to play with flavours to ensure the experience does still evolve. “It’s a very positive workplace and we’ve developed a great culture there,â€? Mark said. “This award is great for that team and reflects well on the Mayura brand, from The Tasting Room, to on farm and the quality that is the hallmark of what everyone does.â€? The Barn Steakhouse might have missed out to The Tasting Room this time in the Steak Restaurant category but there is another category where the OB Flat venue has always shone and again it brought home the Wine List Award. Presto Eatery was named a finalist in the Breakfast Restaurant (Regional) category, a category in which it is a previous winner, and the CafĂŠ Dining (Regional) category. SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S BEST: (Above right) - The Kosch family accepting the Commodore on the Park’s award for Best Restaurant in a Hotel & dual finalist Presto Eatery (left). ON THE FRONT PAGE: Tom Kosch and Naomi Lockwood from Commodore on the Park (main photo) with Pipers of Penola, Mark Wright from The Tasting Room and The Barn Steakhouse wine cellar (insets).

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Time for change Substance Misuse Limestone Coast launches education campaign A new community education campaign by the Limestone Coast’s leading alcohol and drug advocacy service is designed to prompt the question – is it time for change in my drinking behaviour? The print, online and radio campaign by Substance Misuse Limestone Coast (SMLC) will create awareness of how small increases

in alcohol use at home can quickly become a major problem. “You are not alone if you had a few extra wines or beers per week during the pandemic,” said SMLC project officer Sophie Bourchier (pictured). “COVID-19 has had and continues to have, a massive impact on our lives. Everything has changed in our home, education,

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work and social lives and for some, this includes the way alcohol is consumed. More and more people are drinking at home and it’s become far more common to see alcohol advertised prominently and delivered right to your door via a text or a phone call.” National studies show the pandemic has prompted some major changes in drinking behaviour. In April, the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) found 1-in-5 Australians had purchased more alcohol than usual. Seventy per cent were drinking more alcohol than normal, with one third of survey respondents drinking on a daily basis. A survey conducted by SMLC examining how the pandemic impacted local drug and

alcohol services is currently being reviewed, with the results due to be released later this year. Ms Bourchier said she hoped the campaign, which is linked to an online assessment tool and tips to reduce alcohol use, would make people stop to reflect on their relationship with alcohol. “I hope it raises some questions for people and it encourages people to take that first step and make a change,” she said. “Many people may not be aware that a first step to reducing alcohol use can be to visit your GP to discuss how much alcohol you’re consuming.” Beginning on Monday, October 19, the month-long campaign coincided with the launch of the SMLC website at www.smlc.com. au which is designed to create community awareness about the

Local MP shines spotlight on mental health South Australia’s regions should be the focus of mental health spending in the upcoming State Budget, said Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell. The Independent MP said the State Budget, which will be handed down on November 10, was crucial timing for the State’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are facing one of its biggest post-pandemic challenges – ensuring the mental health and wellbeing of South Australians,” he said. “The statistics are showing there is a call to Lifeline’s national hotline every

30 seconds. It’s clear there will be unprecedented demand for mental health services in the years to come.” In his speech to State Parliament during Mental Health Week, Mr Bell quoted from the South Australian Mental Health Services Plan 20202025, which recognises ‘a potential workforce crisis looming’ and ‘major shortages in country South Australia’. Mr Bell said funding should be allocated via a region-by-region approach, in consultation with local experts. “There is no onesize-fits-all approach to mental

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role the organisation plays. “SMLC are not a treatment service, however we advocate for, and collaborate with local, state and national drug and alcohol treatment services,” Ms Bourchier said. “We are a dedicated group of professionals working together to facilitate the establishment of a community-based model to address the needs of AOD misuse across the Limestone Coast region.”

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health and the needs of the Limestone Coast region are vastly different to that of metropolitan Adelaide,” he said.“You can throw funding at mental health services all you like but the fact is, it is an ongoing challenge to find experienced mental health staff for these services, There needs to be retention and recruitment strategies for mental health workers in regional centres. I have been informed job vacancies are staying unfilled for months and sometimes years. The regions are viewed as being merely a training ground – a place to do your time or rotation and then head back to the city, so there also needs to be career progression opportunities. We cannot expect to keep skilled people if there are not the jobs for them to progress to.” Mr Bell said he would also be raising the issue of continuing mental health impacts on cross border community members. “People are telling us they are facing extensive delays, sometimes up to four weeks, for exemptions to be approved to cross the border,” he said. “These people are effectively living in limbo waiting for answers from SA Health to relocate lives, families and businesses and it’s having a serious impact on their mental wellbeing. It’s completely unacceptable that decisions impacting regional people are being decided by people based in metropolitan areas with no concept of the challenges of living regionally or in a border community.”



Horoscopes

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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 3-2-6-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 3-12-26-24-40-44

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There could be a few surprises around if you are planning travel even it should be mostly a favourable period it would be wise to check everything first. Some luck with a person born under the sign of cancer.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-36-39-8

Help and assistance coming from unexpected quarters and it should be a good time to start a new course in some healthy matters, exercise or vegetarian cooking. Keep out of the way of gossipmongers.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-40-5-44 You might have to keep quiet and out of the way of troublesome people for the next few weeks to avoid arguments in your circle of friends. Your love life could be in for a boost and some happy moments around the corner.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 2-3-6-2 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-5-19-7-22

You might need to take care of your mouth in more ways than one dental problem could occur and a slip of the tongue could get you into trouble. Better period financially. New ventures and greater independence for you.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-26-24-40-11

Travel plans could be altered so be prepared to be flexible. Some very tempting propositions coming your way, keep a clear mind of what you really want. Surprise gains in financial matters.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-26-36-34-40 Not a good time to invite anyone to stay with you and make sure no one is in a position to steal from you. Someone might need your assistance in emotional problems and some luck in games of chance.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-36-30-22

Things should be moving faster and better than they have for some time and you should be able to achieve some of your long-term aims. Very good period romantically, someone seems to have his or her eye on you.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-40-6-20 Rewards from deeds done in the past and recognition of your achievements most likely. Prosperity should be just around the corner for many and your hunches should pay well during this period.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Sunday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 5-6-9-8 Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-36-37-44

Some difficulties in redeeming possessions that have been promised, you might have to engage a professional person for help. Real estate and land could be playing a big part in this period dealing.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-15-26-34-44 An interest or hobby could take you away from your usual surroundings and give you a new lease of life. Health should improve and talk about moving or travel is very prominent. You could be able to help someone in need.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-24-40-22 Thee should be some evidence about improved financial matters very soon. Very busy social life expected and new people to meet and success in romantic matters also indicated.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 5-6-9-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-36-30-11 Watch your eating habits and your weight this is a period when the good things in life are irristable. Some problems with relationships but this should only be temporary and soon the peace and calm you hope for should prevail. 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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Mt Gambier & district students will again benefit from a scholarship program, which will supplement their study costs in their first year of higher education. Community Bank Mt Gambier & District chair Helen Strickland said the Community Bank Mt Gambier & District Scholarship Program, which opened this month, was launched because the branch believed local students deserved every opportunity to achieve their dreams,” Mrs Strickland said. “An investment in education yields great long-term dividends and by helping young people gain access to tertiary education, the returns to the student, their families and the local community are significant. The Community Bank Mt Gambier & District Scholarship Program is a transformative undertaking that changes the lives of local students, strengthens communities for the long term and is a tangible example of the good that banking with us can achieve. Our young people are our future and we believe they deserve the best support possible to help forge their careers and achieve their dreams.” Successful Community Bank Mt Gambier & District Scholarship applicants will receive funding for one year and depending on academic performance, the scholarship may be renewed to assist in the second year of their study. Applications are invited from eligible students, starting their studies in 2021, and application are now poen and close on January 29, 2021, and will be assessed in early February. Last year, the Community Bank Mt Gambier & District Scholarship supported local student Ben Dawe with his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery studies at University of Adelaide. Ben (pictured above with branch manager Tracy Koop) said the scholarship gave him the necessary funds to live and study in Adelaide, relieving the financial pressure of attending university. “I am grateful to Community Bank Mt Gambier & District for helping me to attend university and to pursue my ambitions,” Ben said.”The Community Bank Mt Gambier & District Scholarship is part of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Scholarship Program, which partners with Community Bank branches, Rural Bank and The University of Melbourne.” The program has now supported almost 1000 students, with $9.2 million in funding since its inception in 2007. For further information please contact Community Bank Mt Gambier & District on (08)8726 3200 or visit www.bendigobank. com.au/scholarships.

In the Garden By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant

Yes, 25 years ago local landscape designer started Gardenarium as an adjunct to his design business where his customers were struggling to get plants locally to complete their planting designs. After much debate knowing the ties of retail Gardenarium was born to service these clients and a few days a week whilst allowing design work to be completed all across the South East, Western Victoria, Ballarat and Melbourne. Gardenarium – For Garden Lovers began as a rare plants nursery and rose nursery specialising in those different and hard to find perennials, shrubs, herbaceous perennials like paeonies, lupins, unusual aquilegias, standard and topiary plants, roses and many many more. Gardenarium took the gardening world by storm in the region and soon had to introduce mail orders for roses and especially old fashioned roses, David Austins’ English roses In addition, quality sandstone pots and table and chair settings were also staged and the nursery just expanded from there at a great rate of knots and with discounted Nursery pricing compared to other Garden centres in the region with all of your stock standard plants the concept was a winner. Soon after this with the massive surge in pots in gardens sprang up from the stock standard terracotta and concrete pots to the amazing array of colourful pots from around the world creating The Pot Shop at Gardenarium, contained within the nursery to allow pot and plant selections in one location. The final addition was Limestone Coast Advanced Trees and now again grow hundreds of trees right here in the Limestone Coast as well as contract grown plants and wholesaler trees to boost our range to one of the most exhaustive range of trees in Australia. (see Limestone coast Advanced trees website ) It’s been a very strange start to spring however, plants tell us differently and most of the deciduous trees have woken up from their dormancy and the landscape and gardens is a riot of spring blossoms and interesting foliage. Limestone Coast Advanced trees are having their Spring Blossom Festival in conjunction with the Birthday celebrations with the nursery bursting with everything from weeping standard cherries, flowering plums, flowering crab apples, flowering cherries, lilacs, forest pansies the list goes on. Now is a great time to see them all in full bloom and choose accordingly, rather than depending on their labels to provide accurate images. 25th birthday celebrations go on for the next two weeks with a massive array of plants and products 25% off so you are able to celebrate with us as we say thank you to the community for 25 years of wonderful support as well as the pleasure we derive

from seeing you have a wonderful garden. We have been madly standing up advanced trees and securing them during these blasts at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, both in our retail and growing areas amazed that the blossom hasn’t blown to Tasmania. At Limestone Coast Advanced Trees (167 Bay Road, Mount Gambier) the Spring Blossom Festival is in full swing ,come for a drive an marvel at the array on offer and pick up some stunning trees for your garden. With up to 50% off selected blossom trees and flowering Mop Top trees from again, the great range of unusual Mop Top trees we grow, including evergreen varieties so now is a great time to not only get a beautiful plant but bag a bargain at the same time (see advert facing page). An array of varieties of weeping standard japanese maples which are always sought after for their fine, lacy foliage and look stunning in pots or beside a pond or water feature, many are up to half price in the Spring Sale, too. We deliver throughout the Limestone Coast daily and into Western Victoria daily, as far across as Geelong and Horsham and have just opened up a new daily door to door service overnight to Adelaide and the whole of regional South Australia, as far as Mildura and broken Hill , and beyond, in addition to us sending plants and trees right across Australia through our online facility. Spring is also seedling time, with a vast array of flowering seedlings with bulk trays of petunias on special and tomato plants are coming out of our ears with all sorts of specials available for spring. I think we could safely say that tomato planting time is here and that the weather can only go forward from here Our 25–40% off normal retail pricing across the entire nursery has always been something we are proud to maintain despite increasing costs on inputs, wages, freight etc and our evergreen magnolias have managed to catch the sale radar of the Boss, with all the Little Gem, Kay Parris and Greenback and Alta varities reduced in the sale, as well as the new releases, Inspiration and Free Spirit, the new low growing, groundcover variety. Fruit and nut trees are 25 % off in the birthday sale and masses of flowers on the avocados, so there should be some good crops on even our smaller trees this season. Discounted avocados and assorted fruit and nut trees ends on Sunday, November 1, unless sold out prior. So come and join us an celebrate 25 years as one of the most vibrant and well regarded retail and now online businesses celebrate its 25th Birthday. Sunday, November 1st at Gardenarium and Limestone Coast Advanced Trees joining forces to offer this amazing display at 167 Bay Road, Mount Gambier, just a stone’s throw from the Blue Lake.


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Recycling royalty

City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard & Mayor Lynette Martin OAM at the Rail Lands - one of the projects that secured the Tidy Towns Award.

Mount Gambier wins State award Mount Gambier has a long and proud history in the Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Award and the city’s strong recylcing program has again seen the Blue Lake City on the 2020 honour roll. The Keep Australia Beautiful announced the winners of the 2020 Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards

last week via an online ceremony and Mount Gambier was awarded the Resource Recovery and Waste Management category having been crowned the 2019 KESAB Sustainable Communities (Tidy Towns) winner in December. Running nationally since 1990, the Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards

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have evolved to encompass projects and initiatives with a focus on environmental sustainability and resource management to reflect a growing awareness of the importance of community- ed environmental action. The Mount Gambier entry showcased many sustainability initiatives including council projects such as the Mount Gambier ReUse Market, and community events and programs including Recycled Runway, volunteer work in the Valley Lakes Conservation Park and initiatives in schools to tackle waste. Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns judge Gail Langley congratulated Mount Gambier on establishing several inspiring enterprises which enabled the town to recycle effectively and reduce waste. “The annual ‘Recycled Runway’ event and the

newly established second-hand market give the community an opportunity to breathe new life into used items, diverting them from landfill,” Ms Langley said. “Additional waste reduction efforts such as diverting food waste from landfill and the development of education programs for schools and the community, empowers Mount Gambier residents to make well informed choices in their endeavour to reduce waste.” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard said council was very excited about representing South Australia at the national awards and council congratulate and thank the various community groups whose fantastic initiatives contribute to making Mount Gambier a sustainable city. The awards set out to acknowledge

the hard work undertaken by individuals and groups in rural and regional communities and share the best practices and ideas to improve towns and cities around Australia with nine category awards followed by an overall national winner. The initiatives that formed Mount Gambier’s submission include: • Recycled Runway, • Precious Plastic at Tenison Woods College, • Bunganditj (Boandik) Language Revival, • Valley Lake Conservation Park, • Community Action for Sustainability (CAS) film nights, • CAS ShineHub solar bulk buy, • Walking the SE Seasons with Nature in Mind, • ReUse Market, • Polystyrene recycling machine at the Waste Transfer Station, • Pest fish eradication at the Railway Lands water catchment, • Mount Gambier Rail Trail, • Clean Up Australia Day, • Food business organic waste trial, Kitchen caddy program, • Compost Revolution subscription, Useful Indigenous Plants of the South East guide, • South East Heritage Advisory Service, • Major retrofitting of the lighting to LED at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre and Civic Centre • Mount Gambier Library Bookwell Program

Choreography challenge DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NON-COMPLYING CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act, 1993

Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a NONCOMPLYING CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with Council for a development assessment. Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:

381/0278/2020

APPLICANT:

Limestone Coast Pantry Pty Ltd

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT:

To change the use from a shop/cafe, warehouse and wholesale premises to that of a shop (cafe) and entertainment venue to be used for private and community events, including associated signage, warehouse, wholesale, kitchen and office space

SUBJECT LAND:

1/20 Harrald Street Mount Gambier

CERTIFICATE OF TITLE:

5114/523

ZONE:

Light Industry

The application may be examined on the Council website at www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/danotification or at the Council office located at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Please phone (08) 8721 2555 to make an appointment if you wish to view the application at the Council office. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at city@mountgambier.sa.gov.au or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Tuesday 3 November 2020. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response. This is the first and only publication of this Notice. Andrew MEDDLE

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Alex Williams creates a routine with a difference Mount Gambier’s latest major charity event is set to see six well known civic and business leaders get their kit off. Last week, we met the brains behind the idea, Elliott Jones and two fellow performers Ben Hood & Don Pratt. This week it is choreogrpaher Alex Williams, while all will be revealed about the motivations of the remaining three performers, Adam Creek, Adam Smith & Russell Collins, in next week’s Lifestyle1. The movie The Full Monty 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. Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Bookings are essential with numbers limited to 400 and are available online. Tickets can be purchased online at www.stickytickets.com. au/3VWNL This is not Alex Williams’ first rodeo. Approached by Elliott Jones to come up with a routine for six mostly rhythmically challenged blokes as part of The Full Monty Limestone Coast charity event, Alex was only too happy to lend her dancing expertise for a good cause. “Elliott approached me at a Women in Business function and told me about his Full Monty idea and he was only doing it if I would choreograph it,” Alex said. “I said I would do it and then COVID hit and it seemed that was that and I never heard another thing about it.” That was until about a month ago, when Elliott reignited his vision, secured his five dancing partners and Alex, who taught Elliott’s children dance, was back in business – creating her first ever strip tease routine. She has not seen the movie of the same name but was already cognisant that this was about having fun raising awareness, and she was not working on the set of Magic Mike. “When I got the call it was back on, I was happy to get back involved,’ Alex said. “Elliott has done so well to organise these guys and convince them to do it. I know they are not dancers so we are trying to keep it simple and fun and they have surprised me.” Alex is quick to point out that with

three rehearsals down, the boys now have the full routine sorted, and she also says, rehearsals are a fully clothed affair, with subtle reminders from their mentor that “this is the part where you will be naked”. “The boys have growing in confidence and even come up with their own ideas – it has been great,” Alex said. “They are really getting amongst it and having a good time. I am very confident they will be amazing on the night. Whoever

comes along will get a laugh out of it.” Alex has been a long time dancer in the Stand Like Stone Foundation Swinging with the Stars event, that was cancelled this year due to COVID, and she was one of the few people who was part of the virtual event, posting a video dancing with her son, so she is no stranger to rolling up her sleeves to raiser money for the community. At this stage the boys are on track and aiming for a $30,000 windfall.


MY PROPERTY Waterfront Holiday Investment Lot 1 Beach Road, Beachport

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Known as the Harbourmasters this historic property is located on prime beach frontage with breathtaking panoramic views of Rivoli Bay and beyond. Set a large allotment this beautiful property is a significant part of Beachport’s history and is currently a popular holiday rental - offering 3 self-contained B & B’s. Gorgeously restored with some modern touches but still maintaining its charm and charisma with the original spectacular stonewalls on the outer

and some featuring walls on the inside. From every fabulous decked area, you get to enjoy the views over the gorgeous bay, the lights of Southend at night and the Beachport jetty. There aren’t many properties where you can just take a few steps out to feel the sand under your feet and take a swim metres from your front door. This AAA Class Water Investment property with healthy returns it is ideal for the astute investor.

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Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

20 Reginald Street, Mount Gambier

24 Power Street, Mount Gambier

NEW > A RARE FIND

NEW > LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT!

Private and secluded home set on 3913m2 allotment in the heart of the city. Five bedroom 1950’s built home flooded in natural light with a generous feeling of space. Beautiful attractive gardens in a highly sought-after location being only a short walk to the CBD and everything Mount Gambier has to offer. HUGE backyard offering plenty of room for children and pets to play, additional shedding or development potential (STCA). A unique offering! EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 12 NOON (If not sold prior)

Beautifully restored with modern appeal, this quality classic limestone Bungalow is flooded with natural light and exudes quality & style, warmth & functionality. Positioned in a sought-after central lakes location the property is just a short walk to the proposed recreation centre site, rail lands and CBD. You will fall in love with all that is on offer! Stunning features such as granite benchtops, timber floors, leadlight entry, built in desk/ office, outstanding outdoor entertaining area and detached studio, all on a large 1366m2 allotment! HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 1PM (if not sold prior) 5 2 2

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 20 CHURCH ST, YAHL

$249,000-$269,000

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NEW 94 WEHL ST S, MT GAMBIER $395,000-$420,000

NEW 148 LIGHTHOUSE RD, PT MAC $449,000-$479,000

NEW 29 COMPTON ST, PT MAC $229,000-$239,000

- Beautifully positioned home offers a renovated kitchen/dining with soft close cabinetry, pantry, dishwasher & electric cooking with a separate lounge - Family room contains a built-in bar with sink & Mt Gambier Stone Split Rock feature wall - Single garage with r/c roller door & internal access, backyard with lush lawns, wood shed & chicken coop, 6m x 6m carport and a 6m x 12m garage

- Get ready for Summer by the sea! - Spacious open plan living with s/c heating and unobstructed views of the ocean - Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, gas cooktop & new electric oven - So much shedding – double garage as well as 52 ft x 30 ft 4 bay garage with 12 ft clearance for the caravan or boat!

- 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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39 PASCOE RD, PT MACDONNELL

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- Outstanding coastal residence with exceptional shedding - Massive 10mx18m double bay shed with 3.4m clearance roller doors perfect for boating and caravan enthusiasts - Five bedroom home - master bedroom with WIR and ensuite - Beautiful living area with chef’s kitchen Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop - Flexible design allowing potential for dual occupancy the perfect property to Air BnB (STCA) Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$350,000-$365,000

SUNDAY 12.30-1.00

- Offering 4 carpeted bedrooms, 3 with BIR’s and the master with WIR & ensuite - Formal lounge room with gas heating and a kitchen/ family room with s/s air con - Private & spacious pergola is a great enclosed space - Single garage UMR with remote roller door & under cover access to the home, plus single carport - Bonus features include roller shutters & garden shed Gail Richards 0409 268 199

49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE

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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!! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

NEW 17 RALEIGH TCE, MT GAMBIER $325,000-$345,000

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- Situated on a 1082m2 corner allotment is this beautifully renovated home - Lovely modern open plan living space, country style kitchen & combined dining/lounge with s/c wood fire & r/c air con - Great shedding with 12m x 7m Colorbond shed with 2 roller doors, workshop bay & additional toilet - Extras include cubby house, wood shed & 5kW solar Al Lamond 0418 849 266

53 BOANDIK TCE, MT GAMBIER

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

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- Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Open plan kitchen/dining, huge tiled lounge area plus a huge rear under cover entertaining area - Colourbond shed 18m x 9m x 2.9m clearance has drive through access, workshop & loft - Rain & mains water supply and extra off street parking Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $275,000-$285,000

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

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

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Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

11 Kalimna Crescent, Mount Gambier

NEW > ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SEASIDE ESCAPE

Light filled architecturally designed family home. Built to embrace the North facing aspect, the sense of space is amplified by cathedral ceilings and large windows. Mature gardens with stunning roses, pittosporum hedges, advanced trees and automated watering system. Exclusive access to the sugar loaf reserve and walking trails at the rear providing a beautiful leafy, private extension of the back yard. Providing a sanctuary for all seasons, the property is built for a large family to grow and enjoy for many years to come. HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING MONDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2020 AT 5PM (if not sold prior)

Key 2 Sale Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this exciting new land division in Pelican Point. Offering a range of different size & priced allotments, this sub division is well positioned walking distance from the beautiful sandy beaches of Bungalow Bay, a great place to launch your boat & fish in the protected bay from the Southern Ocean. - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minute’s drive from Mount Gambier get ready for fishing - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today and don’t miss your chance

- 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 13 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL

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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 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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LOT 60 NICHOLAS ST, MT GAMBIER $300,000 + GST 4.58 ACRES

- Attention builders, developers and investors enquire today on this incredible opportunity! - This piece of vacant land, being approx. 18,550 m2 (1.855 ha) is ready for residential development (S.T.C.A.) - A proposed subdivision of 25 allotments is available upon request - Multiple opportunities with this prime slice of land Al Lamond 0418 849 266

FROM $87,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Shellsea Court, Pelican Point

NEW > PRIVATE SANCTUARY FOR THE LARGE FAMILY

46 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

$439,000

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

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- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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– Outstanding opportunity to secure a large allotment on the Northern side on the City – 20.74 acres (8.394 ha) of Prime Land for future development – High profile location ready for a new housing estate (S.T.C.A.) – Development opportunity Zoned Residential in the City of Mount Gambier Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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2/18 LEE CRT, MT GAMBIER

$339,000-$359,000

- 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 22 KELLETT ST, NELSON

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- Nelson Cottage is an iconic property offering B&B accommodation and the opportunity to live and work from home - Providing a total of 6 guest bedrooms, the property can accommodate up to 15 people - Stunning outlook across garden to the estuary - The owners’ residence includes 2 bedrooms, ensuite bathroom, wood heated lounge & Blackwood kitchen Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park - Build your new two storey dream home! (S.T.C.A) Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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LAND 18 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

$545,000

- 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 Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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$439,000

- “The Deck” is a beautiful timber clad home offering picturesque uninterrupted views over the Glenelg River - Currently run as a popular holiday accommodation, the property is being offered on a walk in walk out basis - Offering 3 bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, large light filled living area with wood heating plus kitchen/ dining area Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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LOT 15 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $250,000 71 ACRES

- 29.62 hectare natural scrub allotment in the seaside township of Pelican Point - Potential development opportunity (subject to council approval) for 9 residential allotments ranging in size from 1800m2 to 3202m2 - Close to the beach with some of the proposed allotments offering potential sea views Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND


eldersrealestate.com.au W NE

NE

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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.

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

NEW | $380,000

NE

W

4 2 6

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30AM

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

$120,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

6 Church St, Yahl

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FIRST HOME BUYERS DELIGHT 6 Trevorrow Street, Mount Gambier • Situated in a quiet, elevated cul-de-sac, Elders Real Estate is excited to offer this quaint weather board home perfect for the first home buyer/family. • Through the front door you are welcomed by an expansive open plan kitchen/dining/family room. The family room is fitted with a reverse cycle air conditioner and slow combustion wood fire, perfect for heating and cooling through the traditional Mount Gambier seasons. • The kitchen features stainless steel appliances & offers ample cupboard and bench space making this the perfect area to entertain family and friends.

NEW | $235,000

3 1 2

$169,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

2 1 1

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

$159,500 Each

NE

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SPECTACULAR HOME & SIGNATURE STYLE 17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier • 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

NEW | $519,000 - $529,000

4 2 2

Melleray Crt, Mt Gambier

NE W

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THE SIZE WILL SURPRISE 161 North Terrace, Mount Gambier • Mount Gambier this family home is perfect for either an investment or for yourself to reside in, located in the popular Conroe Heights development in close proximity to IGA and popular schools. • The Kitchen has ample bench and cupboard space, pantry cupboard, gas cook top and electric wall mounted oven, allowing for plenty of room for the keen chef in the family. The dining area is lit up from the large windows allowing for an abundance of natural light to filter through. • The home is heated by the slow combustion fire and split system air conditioner, allowing for year round comfort.

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

NEW | $255,000

3 1 2

LAND

$299,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

11 Sutton Ave, Mt Gambier

3 1 2

NE

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SPRINGVIEW ESTATE STAGE 4 Springview Estate • Arguably one of Mount Gambier's most popular estates • Stage 4 release consisting of only 9 allotments so don't delay

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

LAND

Allotments LOT 261 LOT 262 LOT 263 LOT 264 LOT 265 LOT 266 LOT 267 LOT 268 LOT 172

Size Price 901m2 UNDER OFFER 912m2 $128,000 1195m2 $138,000 1080m2 $135,000 1080m2 $135,000 1080m2 $135,000 1080m2 UNDER OFFER 1157m2 UNDER OFFER 1596m2 UNDER OFFER

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


7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 5290 www.completerealestate.net.au RLA 226179

STEP 1:

STEP 2:

STEP 3:

Understand your purchase price by speaking with a finance broker. If you had pre-approval before COVID-19 it is recommended you are re-assessed.

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

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

CHOOSE A PROPERTY

How to view a property

CALL OR TEXT

SELECT A DAY/TIME

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

93 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

OPENN

6 Altinio Drive, Mount Gambier

OPENN

to view SAT

to view SAT

ONLINE AUCTION Thursday 29th October 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

ONLINE AUCTION Tuesday 10th November 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

1 2 1

ONLINE AUCTION Tuesday 17th November 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

3 1 2 1

BOOK YOUR PREFERRED TIME - OPENN TO VIEW Saturday 24th October 11.00am | 11.15am | 11.30am

BOOK YOUR PREFERRED TIME - OPENN TO VIEW Saturday 24th October 10.00am | 10.15am | 10.30am

• Property features a modern and unique design • Several outdoor living areas. Fruits trees • Ducted heating and cooling, rainwater to house

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

2/8 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

1A Power Street, Mount Gambier

2/88 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier

$319,000 - $339,000

2

$289,000

• Large open living • Located within the CBD • Impressive storage space • Private and secluded living • Ensuite access for main bedroom • Alfresco area overlooks small lawn space

1 1

• Open plan living + large front deck 1 • Solid and central ultimate location 1 • Kitchen with all modern appliances 2 • Double garage with electric roller doors • Generous spaces through living and bedrooms • Rear enclosed under cover area well sheltered

• Currently tenanted • Split system centrally located in home • Sliding door through to a sheltered private courtyard • In addition there is a separate toilet and a separate vanity area • Impressive design with open plan living offering excellent space

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

Marika

Kim

Gabby

1

Jessie

Megan

3

Amy

RLA 226179

$259,000 - $269,000

Rachael

Tymeka

4

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

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6 Werona Street, Mount Gambier

$195,000 - $215,000

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• Shedding – access to large rear yard 1 • Three bedrooms with timber flooring 1 • Generous open plan living space with 2 wood heating • Bathroom with bath and separate laundry facilities • Kitchen with huge amount of cupboard/storage and bench space

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

Bec

Kahli

Matt

Lauren

David


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

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

NEW

12 Gwendoline Street

4 Shalamar Crescent

OPEN 2

$449,500

1

SAT 10.15-10.45

$265,000-$275,000 3 1 1 Well presented brick and tile home located in popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living area and generous bedroom sizes. Updated kitchen with modern appliances. Don’t delay your inspection on this one! REDUCED

6 Arthur Street

NEW

13 Doughty Street

SOLD

SAT 11.00-11.30

$325,000

3

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$349,500

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.

9/4 Underwood Avenue

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$189,500

1

$195,000

1

NEW

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.

1

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Fantastic front central unit with private rear yard and recently upgraded including near new kitchen and freshly painted throughout. This unit will not disappoint and only five minutes from the town centre.

OPEN

OPEN

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32 Lorikeet Street

SAT 10.15-10.45 4 2 2

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00

Located in a sought after location is this beautiful, solid four bedroom family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating and reverse cycle.

NEW

1/3 Powell Street

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00 4

NEW

$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!

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.

20 Patricia Court

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

47 St Andrews Drive

$299,000 3 1 1 2 Toilets A charming character home ideally located just minutes from the city centre. Loaded with character features. Generous living area and sparkling new bathroom. Be quick to secure this home. 103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

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$449,000

2

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!

10 Greenridge Drive

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

SOLD $429,000-$449,000 4 2 2 Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new home stands out in a crowd. Inspection will not disappoint.

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!

$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.

Gebhardts Property Management

12 Hanson Street

$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!

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

2/36 Hasting Avenue

272 Commercial Street W

$495,000 4 2 2 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.

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

NEW

1A Rotary Avenue

12 Hanson Street $220pw | Available NOW 2/36 Hasting Avenue $280pw | Available 7/12/20 272 Commercial Street West $280pw | Available 20/10/20 1A Rotary Avenue $425pw | Available NOW

Avail NOW

$220 pw 3 1 1 • Three bedroom stone home • Lounge with gas heating • Dine-in kitchen with gas cooking • Detached single garage • Good sized, fully enclosed yard • Close to school and shops • No pets

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 20/10

$280 pw 3 1 2 • 3 bedrooms, main with BIR • Kitchen/ dining with SC fire • Lounge with gas heating • Updated bathroom with separate shower & bath • Huge covered entertainment area • Double remote garage with rear yard access plus additional shedding • 6 month lease available • No pets

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


Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

3 Tecoma Close

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

77 Wireless Road West

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

36B Wehl Street North

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

NEW

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

NEW

73 Bay Road

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

9/20 Wimmera Street

NEW

SOLD $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.

$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.

NEW

1 Margaret Street

$279,000 3 2 1 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.

$625,000 4 2 2 Positioned in one of Mount Gambier’s most desirable streets and possessing a picturesque street presence, this circa 1930S’ return verandah bungalow has been beautifully restored and maintained. NEW

13 James Street

$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. LOT 2 Black Flat Road, Caroline

SOLD $495,000 + GST

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A

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.

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.

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157 Bay Road

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$264,500

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NEW

3A Gebhardt Close

$299,000-$319,000

94 Commercial Street East

23-25 Commercial Street West

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.

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

RENT

23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now

RENT

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street

We have been busy leasing and our rental department is in need of more rental properties. Call us today for a FREE rental appraisal!

NEW

120 Square Mile Road, Square Mile

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.

Beautifully presented three bedroom home situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with reverse cycle split system. Court yard home on Torrens title.

LANDLORDS WANTED!

NEW

$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.

Great well cared for home on Lakes fringe that is sure to appeal. Large rooms – high ceilings and fantastic 1283m2 approx allotment are all on offer. Arrange your inspection now!

3 2 1

44 Umpherston Street

E.O.I a| 139.1HA approx Approximately 21km South East of Mt Gambier by, Recently harvested land, prime opportunity for new plantation, Undulating land of approximately 139.1 Ha – deemed 100% plantable, 198.6 megalitre forestry water licence allocation.

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

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 12 KALIMNA CRESCENT, MOUNT GAMBIER

196 MILLHOUSE ROAD, NELSON

LEASED

RENTAL AVAILABLE $330 PER WEEK

3 1 2

NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN & ENJOY

3 bedrooms 2 with BIR, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, electric cooking, a dishwasher and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining and lounge areas. Glass sliding doors open to both the rear raised balcony and the pergola area, perfect places to entertain or simply enjoy your morning coffee with a view. Slow combustion wood heating and R/C A/C for your convenience. The bathroom has been tastefully renovated and offers a bath, shower and vanity, while the lower level of the home offers a fantastic rumpus room, gym, mancave or teenagers retreat. Dual driveways, a single car garage with a remote roller door plus a single carport, all set on a 697 m2 allotment close to multiple schools, shops and recreational activities.

173 STONY FLAT ROAD, WANDILO

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

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.

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.

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

21 TALLARA AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

ALL OFFERS INVITED

$235,000

3 1 1

TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY

$189,000

3 1 4

BUY YOUR FIRST HOME TODAY

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.

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.

5-7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING

5 4 4

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.

$359,000 LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION

3 2 2

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.


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

OPEN

11 Yeates St, Mt Gambier

THURSDAY 5.00-5.30

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 2 Currawong Cres, Mt Gambier

4 2 5

$263,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$390,000 - $399,000

OPEN THURSDAY 5.45-6.15

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3 2 5

5 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier

$569,000

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.30-11.30

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 14 Arthur St, Penola

3 2 2

$760,000 - $790,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

4 2 3

1 & 2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier

$230,000 EACH • Solid Brick, extremely large for a unit.

2H OM ES

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

3 2 2

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

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30

4 1 4

OPEN

376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

THURSDAY 5.00-5.30

OPEN

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$258,000

2A CR ES

$400,000 - $430,000

RE DU CE D

6 Hill Cres, Mt Gambier

• Three large bedrooms • Freshly Painted throughout • Split System Air Conditioner • Spacious updated kitchen, with separate dining room and separate lounge room • Single carport with internal access • Bathroom with separate shower and bath • Currently leased at $280 per week each

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$194,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 Lot 65 Acorn Drv, Mil Lel

6 4

$199,950

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 1 1

12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier $390,000 - $420,000

35 Elizabeth St, Pt Mac

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$475,000 - $495,000

LA ND

38 Tolmie St, Mt Gambier

3 1 2

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 1 Springs Rd, Pt Mac

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3 1 5

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15000m2

$455,000

3 Lumidin Blvd, Mt Gambier

$315,000

3 2 4

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3 1 1

5 2 3

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier $260,000 - $270,000

5 Leray Ave, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4 2

4 2 5

$298,000

5 3 2


Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 Lot 10 McKay Rd, Compton

Wendy 0468 692 993

$155,000 - $160,000

3 1 4

$170,000

Sam 8724 9999

Jade 0421 383 368

32 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$268,000

3 1 3

WE OFFER STORAGE SHEDS! We have storage units available with 24 hour pin pad access & security cameras 3m x 3m - $30 per week 6m x 3m - $45 per week 9m x 3m - $70 per week Yard storage - $16.50 per week 5 weeks up front Minimum 4 weeks rent 1 week notice to vacate

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5000m2

Selena 8724 9999

Kathy 8733 1989

Courtney 8724 9999

Kira 8724 9999

Kelli 8724 9999


If you’re looking for your next property move, we can help when you’re ready to play

Sale 75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier H+B offers by 30th Oct 3pm Open by appointment

Sale 3+ 2 2

Sale 8 Oakland Court, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3+ 2 2

Sale 4

3

2

Sale 50 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier $299,000 - $319,000 Open by appointment

62 Ferrers Street, Mt Gambier Auction 22nd Oct 1pm on site Open by appointment

2 Megan Place, Mt Gambier $299,000 - $329,000 Open by appointment

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4 Queens Avenue, Mt Gambier $389,000 Open by appointment

4

2

2

4

2

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Sale 3

2

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Sale 5

23 Hilltop Avenue, Mt Gambier $459,000 Open by appointment

3 Warrick Close, Mt Gambier $405,000 - $425,000 Open by appointment

Sale 4

2

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95 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier $109,000 - $119,000 Open by appointment

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sale Business

Sale

Sale

1-3 Englebrecht Lane, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment

Commercial

Price Attack, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment

2

18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $89,000 Open by appointment

Sale 2

1

1

1+2/24 Fartch Street, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $449,000 Open by appointment

4

5+

1 tennis court

37 Emily Street, Millicent $489,000 - $509,000 Open by appointment

Business

Sale 4

2

Sale

Sale 24 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier 6 $849,000 - $869,000 Open by appointment

Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0455 826 616

Sale

Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment

2/26 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier $149,000 - $159,000 Open by appointment

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Vacant Land

Sale 4+ 3 3

9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $589,000 - $599,000 Open by appointment

Commercial

Property of the week Style and sophistication on show at this modern Mount Gambier address

Sale Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $180,000 each Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 mtgambier.sa@raywhite.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953

2 Mountain Court, Mt Gambier. E.O.I by 12th Oct 12pm Open by appointment

4+

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Senior Citizen of the Year typical of volunteering spirit in our older residents

COTA SA’s friendly Aged Care Volunteers in the Limestone Coast are here to assist you with information and practical help in understanding and connecting with My Aged Care. Did you know, aged care services available through My Aged Care focus on keeping you in your own home and connected with your community, by supporting you to live happily, healthily, and independently? We have a few events coming up soon that you are welcome to attend. As part of Veterans Health Week, our volunteers will be in the RSL Clubs to talk to you and your families, answer your questions and give you some information to take home. o Robe: Saturday, October 24 o Millicent: Sunday, October 25 o Mount Gambier: Thursday, October 29 o Penola: Friday, October 30 You are also invited to drop in and meet your local volunteer at Mount Gambier or Millicent Library. Millicent Library o Thursday, October 22 (10am-12noon) o Thursday, November 19 (10am-12noon) Mt Gambier Library o Wednesday, October 21 (10am-12noon) o Wednesday, November 18 (9:30-11:30am) If you can’t make it to any of these sessions, don’t worry, we are

As we celebrate seniors in a year when the typical October events for the annual Seniors Festival have been cancelled, we look back at what Mount Gambier’s 2020 Senior Citizen of the Year has given to this community and encourage everyone to get involved in volunteering and also to nominate a Senior that you know has gone above and beyond for the 2021 Australia Day Awards.

available at other times, just call one of our friendly volunteers: Kingston: Karyn Baker (0404 606 134) Penola: Roz Minion (0428 348 129) Robe: Cathy Brewin (0402 145 317) Mount Gambier: Kathy Griffen (0427 122 987)

If your hometown is not listed above, please call Karyn Baker (pictured above) on 0404 606 134 COTA SA’s support is free, independent and confidential. The Aged Care Navigators Trial is delivered by COTA SA as part of a consortium led by COTA Australia and funded by the Australian Government.

Lioness Janet Bellinger was named the 2020 Mount Gambier Senior Citizen of the Year at the Australia Day Award. She ad been a Lioness for two decades but her volunteering and communtiy spirit pre-dated her time with the hard working service club. Janet (pcitured abvoe far right), who began volunteering as a 14 year old, was recently

awarded the James D Richardson Honour Award, one of the highest accolades presented to Lions and Lioness members in Australia. Throughout her almost 20 years of service, Janet has made significant contribution to the Lioness Club and the community and has held a number of roles in that time. Through the Lioness Club Janet also assists with the Library Books in Home program, Sunset Community Kitchen and Foodbank and has volunteered her time and expertise to assist in the planning and running of many community events. Janet also served on the Lions District Cabinet for four years as a Lioness Liason. “I enjoy the company of the other ladies, we work together, it’s a really fun group to be with and I really enjoy the volunteer work and giving back,” Mrs Bellinger said. Born in Millicent and with a love of all things Scottish, Janet has volunteered her time to a number of causes around the Limestone Coast through pipebands, highland dancing and debutant balls. She has been been playing in pipebands for 60 years, having started with the Millicent Caledonian Pipe Band at the age of 15, and now volunteers her time tutoring the Penola Pipe Band, where she is a life member. Janet is also a life member of the Millicent Caledonian Society, where she was the first lady chief in Australia. “Volunteering brings a feeling of wellbeing, it’s just something I can do and I enjoy doing it and the people I do it with,” Janet said. “There is a lot of work that goes into but it brings a great deal of satisfaction, you forget you did all that, as the years pass you just do it.”


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Rotary Club stalwart Graham Robinson was awarded the 2019 Senior Citizen of the year, with his Rotary colleagues, who served the Australia Day breakfast, looking on with glee at a man who is not comfortable in the spotlight. “I accept this award as recognition of all the work service clubs and other people are doing and what they have done,” he said. “I’m here to represent those people as much as myself.” Graham has been involved with Rotary for more than 20 years and received Paul Harris Fellow recognition for his substantial contribution to educational programs. He also volunteers at the Mount Gambier Police Station for five hours every Monday morning to assist with customer relations and has initiated successful local programs, including the annual Science and Engineering Challenge at Tenison Woods College and the road safety car headlight check initiative.

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As we celebrate seniors in a year when the typical October events for the annual Seniors Festival have been cancelled, we look back at what Mount Gambier’s 2019 Senior Citizen of the Year has given to this community and encourage everyone to get involved in volunteering and also to nominate a Senior that you know has gone above and beyond for the 2021 Australia Day Awards.

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Live well the way YOU choose Boandik Lodge is there for you As we get older and our needs and abilities change there are a variety of options available to get the assistance you need to maintain the lifestyle you enjoy. There are two main arms to Boandik. Residential Aged Care in Mount Gambier, and Boandik Community Care across the Limestone Coast. RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE Boandik residential aged care offers a safe, homelike environment with care available 24hrs/7days. Residents enjoy their own private rooms, featuring bedroom, ensuite bathrooms, neutral décor to style your way, heating/cooling for personal use, call bells, tv ports and telephone connections. Our three residential homes in Mt Gambier offer communal spaces, church services, exercise programs, healthy food, kiosk, libraries, cafes, hairdressing salons, laundry service, landscaped gardens, and a resident runabout vehicle so we can escort residents to appointments if needed. We offer bus trips to various locations up to an hour away for residents to enjoy, mens groups, art and craft groups, happy hour, visiting entertainers, intergenerational relationships and activities like scrabble, bingo, bocce, indoor bowls, cards, 8ball and more. (Some of these are limited at the moment due to covid-19 restrictions but will return as soon as possible) What’s it like living at Boandik? Words from Shirley Earl, Boandik resident “I enjoy it. I’ve met lots of people here. I see lots of people I know when they come and visit other residents so stop and have a chat. It’s very sociable.” How long have you lived at Boandik? “Just over 3 years”. Why did you move to Boandik? “I broke a hip in 2017 and had no close family here to help me out at home, so moved to Boandik. It’s a great place as you can interact with others your own age. If you don’t have family near you can mix with people in here. It’s not a lonely place, there’s always people around if you want, or quiet spaces.

I enjoy the activities on offer. The bus outings and trips out for lunch (I look forward to them returning after Covid-19). I enjoy walking around the gardens. As well as playing scrabble, craft, happy hour, bocce and bowls, and I enjoy the music entertainers who visit. It’s a great place to live.” Boandik currently has vacancies available for residential living in Mount Gambier. For further information please phone Tracey Ferguson (08)8725 7377. COMMUNITY CARE If you decide you wish to live at home rather than relocate to an aged care home, we can assist you in that area also. Boandik Community Care employ staff local to your area to provide care services. This service runs across the entire Limestone Coast region – from Keith through to coastal towns. There is a vast range of ways we can assist you in your home. Whether it be help with housework, gardening, odd jobs around the home, transport and company to appointments, assistance with meals and medication, or help with personal care. Just ask us, and we can explain how we can assist. Boandik Community Care has offices in Mount Gambier, Naracoorte, Bordertown and Millicent to assist with your queries, but our services aren’t limited to these townships. Our staff are everywhere inbetween too! To learn more about Boandik, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Residential Aged Care enquiries: Tracey Ferguson 8725 7377. Boandik Community Care enquiries: (08)8724 1251. To subscribe to our quarterly magazine please email: livewell@ boandik.org.au Follow our facebook page: @ BoandikLodge to see Boandik living. www.boandik.org.au We’re here for you.


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Key role for chiropractor to play in staying independent Mount Gambier Chiropractic Centre encourages seniors to consider their health options

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Zucchini muffins 2 bacon rashers, finely chopped 1 brown onion, finely chopped 2 zucchini, coarsely grated 2 cups (300g) self-raising flour 1 cup (120g) coarsely grated tasty cheddar 2 tablespoons dill, finely chopped 2 Australian Free Range Eggs, lightly whisked 3/4 cup (185ml) milk 60g butter, melted Method Preheat oven to 180C. Line 6 holes of a 3/4 cup (185ml) muffin pan with paper cases. Heat a medium frying pan over medium heat. Add the bacon and onion and cook, stirring, for 5 mins or until onion softens. Set aside to cool slightly. Combine the zucchini, flour, cheddar and dill in a large bowl. Add the onion mixture and stir to combine. Whisk the egg, milk and butter in a jug. Add to the zucchini mixture and gently stir until just combined. Spoon evenly among the lined holes. Bake for 30 mins or until a skewer inserted in the centre comes out clean. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Joseph was born in Singapore but grew up in Sydney, Australia. He established his own Chiropractic Clinic in Sydney, had a lifestyle change working as a chiropractor in Geraldton, Western Australia, had a business venture in Bangkok, Thailand, and is now living and working here in Mount Gambier. Over the years, Joseph has helped many patients with issues such as neck and back pain, headaches, shoulder issues, sporting injuries and the general aches and pains associated with everyday life. After experiencing back and elbow injuries of his own, Joseph’s goal is to first enable his clients to be pain free and then address any underlying issues to prevent any reoccurrence.

Chiropractic care can make a huge difference to living a longer, more independent lifestyle in your senior years. Getting checked by a chiropractor can help slow the rate of functional decline as you age, as well as assisting with preserving your independence, improving your well being and reducing accidents. Older Australians want to stay in their own home longer so being able to continue to carry out everyday tasks including eating, bathing and dressing are critical and chiropractic care has been proven to stave off the decline in both physical and cognitive function. United States based studies, published in the Journal of

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Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Agents yarded 1304 lambs and 1473 sheep at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs was of a similar weight range to the last sale but displayed more evenness in quality. The sheep were very good, with all weights and grades available. All the regular buyers were in attendance plus one additional processor as all were active with some competition from restockers in a sale that was fully firm for trade weight lambs. The better quality well presented lambs received the most competition, heavy export lambs sold to a slightly softer trend to be $5 to $10/head cheaper and the sheep market also sold to a firm trend. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $75 to $120/head, to average from 700c to 800c/kg

cwt. Light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $130 to $155/head to average from 680c and 710c/kg cwt. Medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $144 to $176/head to average from 650c to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over sold up to $194/head to average 666c/kg cwt. Three score hoggets sold to $165/head. Heavy crossbred sheep made to $215, with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $146 to $188/head. Merino wethers made from $114 to 172/ head. The general run of Merino mutton made between 620c and 720c/kg to average 680c/ kg cwt. Terminal sire rams sold to $60 and Merino rams made to $195/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers lifted slightly as agents yarded 659 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to another large field of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers active across the offering. Quality was generally good with some spring finish over the pens as some heavy bullocks and cows came forward with great weights and finish as the market ranged from firm to dearer in price. Vealer numbers climbed as steers to the trade ranged from 420c to 440c with feeder activity from 405c to 419c as restockers operated from 450c to 495c/kg. Vealer heifers made from 363c to 422c with both the trade and feeders active on these. Yearling

steers lifted by 10c to 15c as the trade was active from 392c to 402c with similar heifers returning from 338c to 396c/kg. Feeder steers ranged from 391c to 420c with the feeder heifers selling from 320c to 402c/kg. Restockers sourced yearling steers from 436c to 450c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 352c to 395c to the trade with feeder support from 354c to 410c/ kg. Grown heifers to the trade ranged from 310c to 380c with feeder activity here from 346c to 382c as manufacturing steers sold from 291c to 352c/kg. Heavy cows remained firm in price as they ranged from 280c to 328c as the lighter selection returned from 270c to 300c while bulls made from 276c to 310c/kg.

Numbers climbed sharply as agents yarded 20,622 lambs and 2,701 sheep to total 23,323 head with a rise of nearly 9,000 head last week.These sold to a larger array of trade and processor buyers with an extra Victorian order along with a larger number of active restockers whocompeted strongly for lambs to turn out and grow on. The quality on offer was very good with some superb heavy pens with great weights andfinish, as well as being fresh in the skin while an excellent line up of trade types was also presented. Pricing however mainly fell away after thehighs of the week before, as both sheep and lamb markets eased by $10 to $12/head with more in places. The restocking lambs bucked thistrend to lift by $5 to $7 with the extra orders providing the competition for these lambs. Light lambs to the trade sold from $116 to $142 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score types returning from $144 to $154/head. Restockerswere very active as they sought supply paying from $106 to $118 on lighter weights and from $128 to $150/head for heavier pens. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $152 to $182/ head as they sold from mainly from 750c to 780c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $174 to $214as the extra heavy pens made from $204 to the market high of $243/head. Light old lambs made from $110 to $123 with the medium weights returning from $138 to $158 as heavy old lambs sold from $163 to a high of $198/head. Hoggets made from $110 to $180 with light ewes selling to $106/head. Medium weighted ewes returned from $115 to $145 with the heavier types making from $134 to a high of $198/head as most ewes sold from 520c to 580c/kg cwt. Wethers sold from $175 to $215 as rams made from $63 to $130/head.

Naracoorte Market Report CATTLE Numbers rose as agents yarded 866 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers active across the offering. Quality was generally good as spring continues as the market ranged from firm to dearer as trade cattle sold to similar rates as the week before while feeder types lifted last week. Vealer numbers were small as steers returned from 401c to 438c with the heifers selling to 420c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade were firm in price as they made from 370c to a high of 440c in an isolated sale as the yearling heifers sold from 319c to 430c/kg. Feeder cattle lifted by 10c to

20c as steers sold from 374c to 442c as the heifers made from 355c to 425c/kg. Restockers sought supply here paying from 416c to 442c on steers and from 348c to 413c/kg on heifers. Grown steers and bullocks were in short supply as they ranged from 370c to 415c with the grown heifers returning from 268c to 407c as manufacturing steers made up to 330c/kg. Heavy cows were also firm in price as they sold from 285c to 315c with the lighter types to the trade making from 240c to 271c/kg. Feeders were active here paying from 282c to 294c as restockers sought supply to 281c/kg. Heavy bulls sold from 242c to 300c with lighter types selling to 399c/kg.

Millicent Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 303 live weight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last week. These sold to the usual buying field with just one buyer absent. Good quality grassfed cattle were offered. Vealer steers and heifers ranged from 370c/kg to 440c/kg. Grown steers ranged from 240c/kg to 415c/kg. Cows were in demand ranging from 248c/kg to 303c/kg, with bulls returning up to 295c/kg. Next market will be held on Wednesday, October 28.

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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years, [s] Subtitles Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence

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Tim Tam Slam. Things continue to go from bad to worse for me and my relationship with Tim Tams. I had a week off last week from grizzling and whingeing at the direction that Arnotts have gone with their policy of only nine biscuits per packet in their fancy Tim Tam varieties. But as much as I’ve spent far too long already discussing this horrific state of affairs, I’m going to labour the point for one more week with some new Tim Tam concerns. I read an article this week discussing how much energy it takes to burn off a Tim Tam. While eating Tim Tams in the past, I’ve only ever considered how enjoyable it is; I’ve only ever thought about which delicious variety I feel like on a particular day. I’ve never considered that

they are sugary and fatty and there may be a need to burn off the calories contained within. But now I need to think about it. Here is what I found out. For starters Arnotts considers one Tim Tam as a serve. I repeat, one biscuit is what they consider a serve. Has anyone ever had access to Tim Tams and only eaten one Tim Tam? I don’t think so. Arnotts know that we don’t eat just one; they’re just making out that’s a serve so we don’t realise how much sugar, sodium, cholesterol and percentage of our daily intake we’re swallowing. They know we’re not going to do the Maths for the four biscuits we’re actually eating. Four at a minimum by the way. So keep in mind as I explain the amount of physical exercise required to burn off a Tim Tam, that you need to multiply by however many Tim Tams you actually eat. Use the calculator on your phone to do the sums and that probably counts as a few extra calories burned. For starters, you would need to do twenty five minutes of weightlifting. I’m not sure why the article even bothers to tell us how much weight-lifting would be needed as surely no one who lifts weights has ever eaten a Tim Tam. Weightlifters eat things like raw eggs and chicken Caesar salads, don’t they? If you’re not into weightlifting, you could do ten to fifteen minutes of aerobics. Again, I’m not sure that giving us aerobics calculations is particularly useful, unless you’re also giving us a time machine to take us back to 1991 when

people last did aerobics. People do circuits and pilates and Zumba and yoga now. You can’t even get a giant blonde perm anymore and neon leotards, so how could you even do aerobics now? Possibility number three would be eleven minutes on the rowing machine or stationary bike. My biggest question here would be, would more or less time be required rowing an actual boat or riding a proper bike? If you were on an actual bike you could go to the shop and buy some more Tim Tams so you may need to factor extra time on the bike. How about twenty minutes of walking? That’s at 5.5 kilometres per hour. So I’d have to buy and get fitted with some sort of speedometer for this to work and ensure I stayed at an appropriate pace. Much too complicated for this little black duck. Thirteen minutes of swimming will burn off that Tim Tam. According to the article that’s roughly ten laps of a hundred metre length pool. Problem one. I can’t swim that fast. Problem two. I need to factor in time for a shower following my swim. Problem three. Where does the author of this article think I’m going to find a one hundred metre pool? I’ve never even seen one of those. Maybe city council read this article and changing plans to build a one hundred metre pool for all of us Tim Tam lovers is what has raised the cost for our leisure centre. Thirteen minutes of dancing will also burn off that Tim Tam apparently. They obviously haven’t seen me dance.

Not a lot of movement when I’m dancing. I keep it simple and focus on shoulder movement. The next suggestion doesn’t work for me either. Eight minutes of boxing won’t help me. I’m sure there are plenty of people who would volunteer to spend eight minutes punching me. Cowering in a corner probably doesn’t burn many calories on my end though. Running at a regular pace for ten minutes will burn that chocolatey treat off. They don’t even know what my regular pace is. It would only be three minutes of running at my regular pace and then someone better be ready to run at their regular pace to a defibrillator. I won’t even bother talking about option nine, five minutes of running at a superhuman pace. Do I look like Usain Bolt? Eleven minutes of tennis will burn that Tim Tam off. If they mean table tennis and I can have a Jack Daniels stubby in my left hand, I may be prepared to make a deal. The author saved the day in the end though. Two hours of sleeping will burn off the Tim Tam. Our

bodies burn calories as we sleep. Apparently it does differ a bit from person to person, depending on sex, age, metabolism etc. But it’s about fifty calories per hour of sleep. I’ve used this information to decide that I will be now devouring four Tim Tams each evening before heading for bed. I may even get extra serious about losing weight and sleep in tomorrow. And eat another Tim Tam before bed. If anyone has tasted the Dairy Farmers Classic chocolate milk Tee Vee Snacks, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com We can try and figure out an exercise regime to decide how many I should eat with my breakfast tomorrow.

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• Preparation of Income Tax Returns for All Entities. • BAS Preparation & Lodgement. • Business Advice.

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

• Bookkeeping & Payroll Services (at competitive rates) • Accounting Software Setup & Training.

Office No.25, The Convent, 20 Penola Road, Mount Gambier Ph: 0400 174 389 E: nick@graneytax.com.au

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ASBESTOS SERVICES

DOG GROOMING

AUTOMOTIVE

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Taylor Marine

17 Calula Drive, Mount Gambier

(08) 8725 2220

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LEGGO 'S BRICKLAYING & STONEMASONRY • STONE MASONRY • BRICK WORK • CONCRETING • PAVING

  International Paint   Boating Safety Gear  Stormy Seas Life Jackets  Wet Weather Gear  Plus all accessories for your boat! Furuno Electronics

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a Local! Trust

Get a team together Naracoorte Trail Run offers team event in 2020 Do you have a group of friends or workmates that you like to run or walk with? Or are you part of a sports team keen to get into pre-season training? Even if you just own the same T-shirt as a few other people you know, you should register a team for this year’s MegaFest Naracoorte World Heritage Trail Run at the Naracoorte Caves National Park on Sunday, November 22. This is the first time a team’s event has been offered for the Trail Run and there’s “mega” up for grabs! The team which runs the most kilometres on the day with the best average time will win an inaugural handcarved perpetual trophy. Team members will also each receive a MegaFest cap. You can have as many people in your team as you like - just appoint a team captain to take charge when you register.

Go to www.megafest.com.au and follow the links. Similar courses will be offered from last year with a course to suit everyone. Participants can choose from the 23km Mega Fauna Run, 15km Stoney Point Run, 5km Dippy Run and the 1km Fossil Dash. Appreciate the bushland and pine forest trails, the local kangaroo population and other native wildlife, pass sheep farms, vineyards, and not to mention experience the unique limestone formations that are the Naracoorte Caves. New course sections have been introduced for this year’s Trail Run and organisers have been working hard to ensure the event is safe for all involved, with staggered starts for runners just one of the procedures in place. Spectators are also encouraged to register online this year for contact tracing. Spectator registrations are free.

Special caves tours are being offered to participants book a tour of the Victoria Fossil Cave or Alexandra Cave and get a free tour of the Stick Tomato Cave and Wonambi Fossil Centre. MegaFest T-shirts are available as a new merchandise option for runners this year to promote the Trail Run and Naracoorte Caves. The World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves are globally significant and provide a unique window into biodiversity and climate. The fossils found at the Naracoorte Caves allow you to step back in time, giving an insight into 500,000 years of history and a fascinating insight into Australia’s prehistoric past. The Caves have revealed fossil remains of 99 vertebrate species that roamed the area during the Ice Age. Some of the species found in the Fossil Chamber are giant browsing kangaroos, large echidnas, a wombat the size of a hippopotamus and a marsupial lion. Event sponsors for this year’s MegaFest include Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Naracoorte Lucindale Business and Tourism Association and Good Country Physiotherapy.


CASUAL POSITION

BRUHN Limestone is seeking a person to join its quarry team in a unique capacity.

Sadly passed away on 1st October in the Mount Gambier Hospital with Hanne (Oma) by his side.

24th October 2020 9:00am Start

Georg (Opa)

The successful applicant will need to be a qualified mechanic to support the head mechanic for assistance with the servicing of small and large engine machinery plus be a competent and licensed loader driver. The majority of duties will involve loader driving to support the preparation and sale of ‘Aglime and Road base’ products with a minimal capacity in mechanical responsibilities. Training in the areas of operating screen plants and use of general equipment will be offered. Please forward your resume and details to admin@bruhn.com.au for consideration.

Those we love don’t go away, They walk beside us everyday, Unseen, unheard, but always near, So loved, so missed, so very dear.

22 Classic Avenue Millicent SA 5280

The memories will stay with us forever. Hubert (Bert) and Kerry. Sarah, Josh and Scarlett. Luke, Kat and Harper.

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Personal Care Assistant – Community

Ferguson’s Diesel Services currently have an opportunity for a qualified diesel mechanic to join 48$/,),(' ',(6(/ 0(&+$1,& our service team. Ferguson’s Diesel Services currently anwork opportunity Duties will include service and have repair to a for a qualified mechanic to join service team. wide rangediesel of trucks, trailers andour heavy machinery. Duties include service and will repair worktotobea able wide to range of Thewill successful applicant need trucks, trailers and heavy machinery. work as a team and with minimal supervision. The successful applicant will need to be able to work as a A company vehicle negotiable and pay above team and with minimal supervision. award rate. A company vehicle negotiable and pay above award rate. They must possess organisational and They must possess organisational and communication skills. communication skills. To apply, please submit an application to the Manager: To apply,Ferguson’s please submit application Dieselan Services Pty Ltdto the Manager: Ferguson’s Diesel Services Pty Ltd 365 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier 365 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier or email fergusondiesel@bigpond.com or email fergusondiesel@bigpond.com Applications close Friday 22nd May.

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Boandik Community Care is seeking expressions of interest for Community Care Staff in the following areas: • Mount Gambier • Penola The successful applicants will deliver a range of home care services for older people and people living with a disability (personal care, domestic assistance, check visits, appointment support, transport, social support and shopping). Positions are also available for domestic work only. We are seeking people who: • Have Aged Care/Community Aged Care/Disability qualifications • Show understanding and empathy with aged people • Have a current National Police Check • Have a current Senior First Aid certificate • Have a current SA driver’s licence • Have a compatible smart phone. This is a casual position which includes some weekend work. Please email hr@boandik.org.au to request an application for employment pack.

EMPLOYMENT

DIEGMANN

LIONS GARAGE SALE

DEATH NOTICE

Mechanic / Loader Driver

Applications with details of 2 referees to Boandik Community Care, 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier SA 5290 or via the email address above, to be received by 30th October, 2020, Enquiries to hr@boandik.org.au.

Domestic Assistant – Community Boandik Community Care is seeking expressions of interest for Community Care Staff in the Mt Gambier and Penola area. The successful applicant will deliver a range of domestic duties to clients within the client’s home. We are seeking people who: • Show understanding and empathy with aged people • Have a current National Criminal History Check certificate • Have a current Senior First Aid certificate • Have a current SA driver’s licence • Have a compatible smart phone This is a casual position. Please email hr@boandik.org.au to request an application for employment pack. Applications with details of 2 referees to the above email address or to Human Resource Officer, Boandik, 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier. Applications close 30th October 2020. Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

We thank in advance all applicants for their interest in this position. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted within a week of applications closing.

Are you passionate about the beauty industry & looking to advance your career in aesthetics? Fuss Advanced Skin and Body has been in business for 15 years and is a multi-award winning salon with a large focus on education and advanced treatments. We are seeking a fun, energetic beauty therapist who loves people, to start on a casual basis with the potential to become permanent part time or full time for the right person. Certificate 3 in Beauty therapy is a must (Diploma of Beauty Therapy highly desirable). Must be able to perform all waxing, tinting, massage, spray tanning and manicure/pedicure services. Position includes Saturdays and one late night per week. All applications will be treated confidentially. Please email your cover letter and resume to hello@fussavancedskin.com.au We cant wait to meet you!


SPORT

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Show no mercy

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ACROSS 1) ___ and crafts 5) Blew it 10) Hawaiian tuber 14) Booty 15) Eccentric 16) Eurasia’s___ Mountains 17) 0. Henry’s “The Gift of the ___” 18) Fussy director’s order 19) Split apart 20) Fractional amount 23) Certain bridge players 24) Type of wrench 25) Attire 28) Stride 30) “___ it the truth!” 31) Word with “case” or “well” 33) Lingerie item 36) Cassette, videotape or CD­R, e.g. 40) Expected any second 41) Related maternally 42) Thing on a list 43) Micronesian island 44) City on the Rio Grande 46) Utah lilies 49) To the rear, at sea 51) Parts of the digestive system 57) All worked up 58) The hard stuff 59) Continental cash 60) Blue hue 61) One taking it easy 62) Bypass 63) Raptor over the coast 64) Successfully persuades 65) Their job is ball bearing DOWN 1) Money for the poor 2) Wander 3) Forum wear

4) Kind of heel 5) Go by, as time 6) His work had many meanings 7) Lion’s calls 8) Beyond grand 9) Fraction of a newton 10) Snapping creature 11) “It’s been ___ pleasure” 12) Place for testing missiles 13) From days of yore 21) “Well, ___-di-dab!” 22) Abalone shell lining 25) It may say “I’m sorry” 26) In___ of (replacing) 27) “___ bitten, twice shy” 28) It may come over a PA 29) Order between “ready” and “fire” 31) “Anna and the King” country 32) Blockbusting producer? 33) Angler’s hope 34) Felt bad about 35) Bullets and such, briefly 37) Employ again 38) Fingerprint alternative, to a detective 39) Most in need of a nice bath 43) Stare with amazement 44) Some sci-fi weaponry 45) Astern 46) List of candidates 47) Avid 48) Reveal that one’s in pain 49) Lagoon surrounder 50) Gemstone mounting 52) African wading bird 53) Lymph bump 54) Cook on a turntable, in slang 55) Name of a noted canal or lake 56) Absorbs (with “up”)

Persistent precipitation did not cause the interruption of any baseball at the week end. The early Division 1 game saw Tigers host South Indians with the Tigers winning in a mercy game in the eighth. The Indians got off to a flyer in the opening inning scoring seven runs. Lead off batter Hayden Battye walked then consecutive hits to Jesse Balshaw, Damien O’Dine, Dean Hamilton and Ben Morale, then another base on ball to Travis Lockwood, followed again by safehits to Ryan Placucci and Tarkyn Morale saw all but O’Dine cross home plate. However this was the sum total of runs scored for their game as they failed to get back on top of some much tighter pitching from the Tigers bullpen. Tigers scored three in the bottom of the third when Joe Sims walked, Brayden Morton doubled, Jesse Foster hit into an out scoring Sims, Morton added a run on Garth Ransom’s two bagger to centrefield and he subsequently crossed the plate on Tyler Horrigan’s sacrifice fly. It was in the fifth that Tigers got hold of the South pitching. A mixture of walks, hits and errors saw eight runs cross the plate giving Tigers a lead of five. They added one more in the bottom of the seventh when Jesse Foster doubled and scored on Garth Ransom’s double to rightfield. The icing on the cake was added in the last inning. Jacob English singled as did Morton. Both base runners scored on Ransom’s fourth safety of the game. Meanwhile Jesse Foster had picked a walk and crossed home on a pitcher’s balk giving the Tiger a fifteen to seven run victory. Tigers came up with 16 safe-hits, six walks, 14 RBI, two Ks, left 10 runners on base and made two errors. South had 11 safe-hits, seven walks, four RBI, 2 Ks, left 11 runners on base and made six errors. Rain continued in the late game between Central and Millicent and given Central had mercied the

Bandits the game called at the end of the sixth. Jordon Johnson put Millicent’s first run on the board when he hit safely to third base and scored on Jack Hateley’s sacrifice fly. Central fired back with three of their own. Ethan Chuck drew a walk and Nathan Meinck hit safely to rightfield. Dylan Chuck’s fly ball to the outfield was put down scoring his young cousin. Meinck and Chuck added to the score when the next two batters were given a hit batter and a walk. In the next inning, Anthony Mutton for the Bandits picked a walk and Johnson hit safely for the second time. Mutton crossed on Nick Pink’s two-bagger and Johnson scored on Jack Hateley’s hit into an infield error. Millicent added one more in the top of the fifth for a total of four then the Magpies blew the game apart in the even inning from just two safehits including a three bagger from Dylan Gull, three base on ball and two hit batters. The poor pitching from Millicent continued in the sixth dig with another four base on ball, one hit batter and a solitary safe-hit saw six more runs home giving the win to Central fifteen runs to four. Central had six safehits, 10 walks, seven HBP, 11 RBI, no Ks, left nine runners on base and made four errors. Millicent had three safehits, three walks, three RBI, seven Ks, left five runners on base and made three errors. Because of the AFL Grand Final next Saturday, the Mount Gambier & District Baseball League has scheduled a bye next week end and there will be no baseball played across all grades. Round 3 will be played on October 31. RESULTS Division 1 Tigers 17 (Garth Ransom 5; Brayden Morton, Jacob English 3; Matt Thomson 2; Jesse Foster, Tyler Horrigan, Travis Younghusband) d South Indians 7 (Damien O’Dine, Dean Hamilton 3; Ben Morale 2; Jesse Balshaw, Ryan Placucci, Tarkyn Morale, Ryan Walter); Central 15 (Nathan Meinck 3, Dylan

Gull 2, Dylan Chuck) d Millicent 4 (Jordan Johnson 2, Nick Pink) Division 2 Tigers 10 (Garrett Ha 4, Kane Harrison, Toby Burner 2, Levi Morton, Riley Rolf, Matt May, Brayden Morton, Darcy Perry) d South Indians 0 (Christian Greco); Central 15 (Blade Sturges 3; Ben Green, Josh Aston, Lachlan Ridding 2; Leigh Kent, Mitchell Cutting) d Central Magpies 7 (Colby Muller, Brad Braithwaite, Sam Shaw) Division 3 Tigers 9 (Leigh Edwards, Phil Clark, Sean Horrigan, Marcus Thomson 2; David White, John Verrity, Dylan Walker) d South Indians 2 (Brian Whitwell 2, Kevin Joyce); Central 9 (Laurie Cozzi, Jordan Cozzi, Shane Frankenburg, Chris Tzioutziouklaris, Brenton Lockwood 2; Brett Hosking, Dean Cutting, Ben Jones) d Millicent 4 (Cameron Harris 2; Michael Pink, Ellis Cushion, Shane Humphries, Gage Morley); Central Magpies 9 (Sam Henschke, Luke Patching, Andrew West 2; Nick Crouch, Alan Crouch, Dean McCarthy, Ross Peters) d Naracoorte 8 ( Billy Blacker 2; Damon Whitwell, Tom Paech, Brandon Klun, Ashley Fox) Junior League Tigers 12 (Alex Merrett 3; Cameron Scott 2; Ollie Gregory, Flynn Hillstone, Kaelan Mee) d South Indians 7 (Joel Fox 2; Dylan Lewis, Will Lewis); Central Magpies 12 (Rhys Earle 3; Ben Braithwaite, Daniel Ferguson 2; Brodie Berkefeld, Blake Vause) d Central 3(Brock Dempsey, Jye Ferrari) Little League South Indians 4 (Jett Lewis 2; Linkon Ratcliffe) d Tigers 2 (Will Humphries); Central 13 (Lachlan Brierley 3; Chase Kilpatrick, Jobe Harten, Sam Ruwoldt, Jacob Walkom, Orlando Vause 2; Cooper Smith, Alex Hitchon) d Millicent 0 Minor League Tigers 5 (Tant Pitkin, Ben Reichelt) d Central 4 (Jobe Lynagh, Jye Dempsey, Riley Hopgood, Angus Maidment)

Bliss survives countback The first of four rounds for the Olympic Trophy, sponsored by Limestone Holdings, was played in a stableford format last Wednesday at Attamurra. A strong field of 39 ladies took

advantage of the fine conditions and some excellent scores were registered on the day. Hope Bliss, who recently retired and is back in action, played a steady front nine despite wiping two holes and was the winner on the day on a countback with a credible 39 points. Her homeward nine of 21 points just counted out Helen Gregory who also scored well with 20 points. Third placegetter for the day was

Bev Pedlar one shot further back with 38 points. Pedlar’s accuracy rewarded her with the pro shot on the 8th hole while nine ball run down winners needed 35 points or better to claim a ball. Players in A, B and C grades had the opportunity to win the second shot on the 6th hole and respective winners were Kerry Pedlar, Heather Teakle and Vicki Clark. The Ladies Annual General Meeting will be held on 21 October prior to a stableford round and the second round of the Olympic Trophy will be played in a stroke format on Wednesday, October 28. OLYMPIC TROPHY WINNERS: Helen Gregory (runner up), Hope Bliss (winner) and Bev Pedlar (third) all shot excellent scores at Attamurra on Wednesday.


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Rookies attend clinics

South East shooters bring home championship titles

Millicent Skate Park comes to life with clinics & competitions at YMCA event

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Seems there is no stopping Millicent’s Jeremy Kent at State level, with the sharpshooter taking out his fourth consecutive South Australian Field & Game Association title last month. Kent (above left) was not the only South East sporting clay shooter to bring home a State title, with Janette Densely (above right) bringing home the Ladies State Championship. It was a sizable contingent of South East sporting clay shooters that made the trip to Loxton for the 2020 State Titles but it was Kent, shooting 139/150 challenging targets at the range of Loxton Field & Game taking

Volleyball Results

DIVISION ONE • Karenni d Allstars 3-2 (Best : Khun Dee, Ben Clark); Norf d Leftovers 2-2 countback (Best : Tim Scarth, Steven Speck) DIVISION TWO • Super Bomb def Pro-crastinators 4-1 ( Best : Shar Say, Sam Potts); Rock Stars d Kayla’s Angels 5-0 (Best : Anand Ghataura, Johnny McBain); Hope d Giants (2) 3-1 (Best : Ku Tha Lee, Tom, O’Connor)

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the top honours. Gavin Dyson 137/150 won AA grade title with Tim Widdison finishing second after a shoot off. Densley shot 125/150 to seucre that big win in the Ladies State Championship. Other strong performances came from Michael Gates 95/150 finished third in C Grade, whilst Ben Hastings 117/150 and Declan Wright 121/150 both finished as runners up in the Junior & SubJunior categories respectively. Chris Wright 132/150 finished runner up in Seniors as did Malcolm Whitehead 126/150 in Veterans category who just came up short after a long shoot off.

The Millicent Skate Park Clinics & Competition has come and gone with many kids participating for the first time. Three free learn to skate sessions were held at Millicent Skate Park on October 9 between 11.30am and 3.30pm where kids of all abilities and ages took part. YMCA Action Sports Director, Alice Hogan was thrilled to see so many first timers attend the clinics as the Wattle Range Council event continues to go from strength to strength. “The clinics went really well. There were a lot of people there that jumped on a board for the first time,” Hogan said. “We ran clinics where skateboarding was on grass to start with, so getting on and off the board safely, wearing a helmet and all the safety equipment and to fall correctly, and then they headed out onto the park where they were learning about pushing, rolling and stopping. “It was just awesome to see so many parents getting their kids down to the skatepark to try something new. They absolutely loved it. There was so much

community support around the event. The community seems to really want these events happening and can’t wait to see the next one back next year.” The following day saw the Skate Park League take centre stage where kids between the ages of 12-16 competed in skate, scooter and BMX events. Around 200 spectators assembled at Millicent Skate Park to watch the competitions designed to embrace skate park culture and to bring the community together. Strict border restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic

All about fun at challenge day The Blue Lake Golf Club replaced its usual annual open day with a COVID-19 Challenge Day. Noel Barr Toyota was the day’s major sponsor, with She’s Apples, Herbert Wines and the club also provided generous support. RESULTS 2 PERSON AMBROSE: GROSS • 1st Kerry Pedlar/Janina Morrison (Mt G); 2nd Helen Gregory/Carol Smith (Mt G); 3rd Sue Kilsby/Pat Boyd (Penola)

NETT • 1st Cherryl Hill/Carol Megaw (BL); 2nd Helen Stratford/Gez Scott (BL); 3rd Lynda-Jo Nannings/Ronda Edwards (BL) NTP 2nd SHOT • 2nd hole: Diane Norman & 14th hole: Lyn Gill PRO-SHOT • 5th hole : Vicki Scullion (Naracoorte) LONG DRIVE (nearest rope) • 17th hole: Yvonne Shirley (Mt Gambier) HAPPY WANDERERS •Maureen Sims/ Anne Schrapel (Mt Gambier)

BLUE LAKE GOLF CLUB CHALLENGE DAY: Noel Barr Toyota’s Courtney Fox (centre) with a contingent nof golfers at the Blue Lake Golf Club Challenge Day.

And then there were four The Blue Lake Golf Club hosted its women’s Division 1 and 2 quarter finals for the 2020 club championships last Wednesday in warm conditions. The top qualifier in division 1, Dianne Perryman, a club champion many times, was pitted against eighth seed Sue Agars. The 2019 runner-up Perryman, came out firing and was five up after seven holes but Agars rallied and won the next two. On the turn Perryman won 10 and 11 and Agars found something and won 12 and 13 but the 14th and 15th was the closure with a win and halved hole from Perryman the latter winning 3/2.Second seed Helen Myers and seventh seed Cherryl Hill were evenly matched and the game progressed as such and on the turn Myers was one up. The game then seesawed and was all square on the 12th. Hill gained control by the 17th, one up, and won on the 18th finishing two up. Third seed Helen Stratford and sixth seed Lee-Anne Medhurst was another epic match with the latter

meant no Victorians could compete resulting in a slight drop in participating numbers compared to previous years, with many travelling down from Adelaide to try their luck. “There was about 30 people that participated in the skate competition,” Hogan said. “A lot of those people came down from Adelaide as well which was awesome to see, bringing the Adelaide community down to explore Millicent and the Wattle Range Council Area as a whole. Thank you for participating in the event whole-heartedly. We can’t wait to see you back next year.”

two up after nine holes. Stratford then had to dig deep and won the 10th, 12th and 14th, meaning the score was even after Medhurst won the 16th. Stratford went on to win the 17th and squared the 18th to take the win one up. The last quarter final between current club champion and fourth seed Josie Ashby and fifth seed Geraldine Scott also proved to be a tough one. Ashby went a little wayward with her drives and Scott capitalised by being one up after the first nine holes. Ashby then turned it around and won 10, 11, 12, 13, Scott then won 14 and squared 16 with Ashby winning 15. Scott got a win on the 17th but it was Ashby’s win finishing two up. The Division 2 finalists also produced a couple of tight games but unfortunately the match between top seed Bev Pascoe and eighth seed Lyn Gill proved to be Pascoe’s day. Gill kept with Pascoe squaring a number of holes first up, then Pascoe got into her stride and was four up after

nine holes and went on to win 10, 11 and 13, Gill squaring the 12th giving Pascoe the win 7/5. The next match between second seed Carol Megaw and seventh seed Dianne Allen was the match of the day going to the 19th hole. With Allen off to a great start and two up after nine holes and the score remained the same until Megaw won the 13th and 14th making it all square. They then both won a hole each and squared the 17th and 18th. Then it was off over to the first again for sudden death and Megaw was able to take the win.

Lesley McPherson, the third seed and Trudy Herbert, sixth seed, met and it was truly Herbert’s day as she ran rampant through the front nine holes finishing eight up going into the back nine. McPherson won the 10th Herbert the 11th and it was all over 8/7. Another close game was between fourth seed Lucy Richards and fifth seed Beryl Mahoney and the first nine holes seesawed making Richards one up going into the back nine. Mahoney then launched an attack winning 10, 11 and 12. Herbert won the 13th, they squared the 14th but

it was Mahoney digging deep winning 15 and 16 clinching the win 3/2. A stableford competition was played for those not in championships and was won by Fay Price 30 points receiving the Belgiorno voucher. Vivienne Wilson won a ball for secind. Stableford will be played again this week for those not participating in semi finals. SEMI FINAL DRAW: 8.30 Div 1: D. Perryman v J. Ashby 8 35 Div 1: H. Stratford v C. Hill 8.40 Div 2: B. Pascoe v Beryl Mahoney 8.45 Div 2: C. Megaw v Trudy Herbert BLUE LAKE GOLF CLUB LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP: Carol Megaw, Beryl Mahoney Josie Ashby, Cherryl Hill, Bev Pascoe, Helen Stratford, Trudy Herbert all advanced to the Division 1 & 2 championship semi finals


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South Gambier Football Club honours their best seniors & reserves from the 2020 Limestone Coast Football League season TROPHY WINNERS: A Grade (far left) - Bronson Saffin (Runner Up); Mark Smith & Brock Keding (Most Consistent); Brett O’Neil (Best & Fairest); Colby Munro (Most Improved) & Taylor Saffin (Best Team Man); Reserves (left) - Jack Gazzard (Best Team Man); Corey Barrett (Runner Up); Nick Seager (Best & Fairest); Riley Sturges (Most Improved) & Josh Smith (front - Most Consistent) & Club Honours (above) - Terry Lynagh (Life Member); Steven Reid (Club Person Of The Year) & Ted Winterfield (Life Member)

Pennant Bowls Results

MID WEEK PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier Red 55/14 d Mount Gambier Green 39/0; Mount Gambier Blue 75/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 34/0; Naracoorte RSL 58/14 d POort MacDonnell Blue 37/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 59/12 d Naracoorte 48/2; Naracoorte RSL - BYE. LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Kingston 44/12 d Port MacDonnell 42/2; Millicent Red 69/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 23/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 72/14 d Millicent Blue 23/0; Penola 60/14 d Mount Gambier 29/0. DIVISION TWO Robe 54/12 d Naracoorte RSL 45/2; Beachport 51/12 d Lucindale 34/2; Penola 40/12 d Millicent 37/2; Naracoorte 63/14 d Port MacDonnell 39/0. DIVISION THREE Port MacDonnell 43/12 d Robe 42/2; Beachport 72/14 d Penola 36/0; Mount Gambier RSL 50/14 d Millicent 42/0; Mount Gambier 54/13 d Naracorote 37/1. OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier RSL Red 90/16 d Robe 74/0; Mount Gambier 66/16 d Naracoorte 58/0; Millicent 89/16 d Port MacDonnell 56/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 76/12 d Kalangadoo 73/4. DIVISION TWO Naracoorte RSL 84/14 d Kingston 67/2; Mount Gambier Red 75/16 d Naracoorte 55/0; Mount Gambier Blue 80/16 d Millicent 60/0; Mount Gambier RSL 87/16 d Penola 55/0. DIVISION THREE Lucindale 101/16 d Penola 56/0; Port MacDonnell 76/16 d Naracoorte 50/0; Millicent Red 77/14 d Millicent Blue 69/2; Mount Gambier RSL 86/14 d Kingston 53/2. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 113/16 d Millicent 46/0; Mount Gambier Red 90/14 d Mount Gambier Blue 63/2; Beachport Red 92/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 53/2; Beachport Blue 81/14 d Port MacDonnell 54/2. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Penola 75/14 d Naracoorte RSL 57/2; Naracoorte 71/14 d Frnaces 66/2; Kalangadoo 109/15 d Lucindale 42/1.

Millicent hosts Men’s Fours competition The Millicent Bowls Club hosted a Men’s Fours Competition played over three games of 12 ends last week. Eighteen teams took part in the day with teams coming from Kingston, Mt Gambier RSL, Mt Gambier, Port McDonnell and a split team from PortMacDonnell/ Kalangadoo. Seventy-two players took part in the day. In first place with a score of 84 points, was a team from Mount Gambier RSL, John Schroeder, Andy Ashby, Graham Dent and Graham Ellis. In second place with a score of 81 points was the team of John Scudds, John Buhlmann, Graham Parsons and David Crase and in third place was the team of John Drew, Denis Clifford, Brian Goode and Ed Fitter with 80 points. Prizes were also awarded for the best first, second and third game winners. The first game going to a team from Kingston, Jack Vawser, Rod Wilmont, Bill Armfield and Bill Scott. The best second game team was that of Chris Earl, Aaron Emonson, David Reichelt and Brian Roper. The third game best winner was from Mount Gambier Club, John Robinson, Jeff England, Steve Farrell and Graham Crowder.

OVERALL WINNERS: Mount Gambier RSL team - John Schroder, Andy Ashby, Graham Dent & Graham Ellis with sponsor Richard North

OVERALL SECOND PLACE: Millicent team - John Scudds, John Buhlmann, Richard North, David Crase & Graham Parsons. More photos on our facebook page.

ù$)/ù)RRWEDOOùLQù \ D O S ù G Q D ù H P R F ù V O U L J ù ù U H G Q 8 We seek Expressions of Interest from players and clubs wishing to be part of a new Limestone Coast U16 AFL Football competition. We seek expressions of interest from players and clubs wishing to be part of an U16 team, with games starting in February January 2021. 2021. We encourage clubs to bring further football opportunities for girls in the Limestone Coast by supporting this newly created Under 16 competition.

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After a brief break encompassing the State Track Championships and long weekend, Mount Gambier Cycling Club resumed its Spring Series with a 20km ‘shotgun’ handicap race along the Caves Rd course. In this race all riders began at the same time, but with a variety of distances to ride. The backmarkers had the full 20km to ride, with the limit riders given 5.8km less to race. The club welcomed 17 riders to the start line, in seven groups, beginning at 9.45am. Michael Dethmore and Jason Buckland provided the rabbit bait for the greyhounds chasing behind, but managed to hold off all comers to finish first and second, respectively. With 10km to go the scratch bunch of Nicholas Kidman, Matthew Opperman and Ash Herrewyn had reeled in the second scratch team of Robert

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Mann and Gerard Coote and were hot on the heels of Dean Zeven and Niel van Niekerk who were chasing John Cranwell, Mike Bakker and Bruce McLaughlin. Further ahead the group of Brady Dethmore and Spek Peake, who made a welcome return to racing after a collarbone injury earlier in the year, were being chased by Jen Buckland, Harry Opperman and Pru Riddoch. With 2km to go all the bunches were caught, apart from the frontrunners, and the race for the final podium position was on. Ash Herrewyn won the final sprint to take third place honours, followed by Rob, Nick, Bruce, Dean, John, Gerard and Matthew. Harry and Brady were next to greet the finish line, followed closely by Jen, Spek and Pru. An unfortunate mechanical issue slowed Niel’s push for honours, and was assisted by Mike to finish together.

Seaside venue for golf veterans The field at Beachport on a fine but windy day was 63 for the latest SE Golf Veterans event. The first Division was taken out by Rob “Maxie” Cece, from Robe, with a creditable 41 points, from Terry Chant, of Millicent, and Brian Prosser, of Kingston, who each had 36. Also on 36 was Rob Harkness who missed out again. Second division went to Chris Carr, of Beachport,who had spent the previous day practising on course, who recorded 38, from captain Derek Bowering, who skewed the countback on 35 from his Millicent

mate Trev Hutchesson also on 35. The Ross Orchard Trophy went to Jim Hyland again and Pat Seneca. The story of the day was from Rob Sims, of Attamurra, who had 10 points on the front, had a red wine at lunch and then shot 22 points on the back, showing off by driving the green on the 17th, then narrowly missing out in second division. He compensated by winning a bottle of wine in the raffle. The next game is at Penola on October 24 followed by Attamurra on November 9.

SPORT Ready for action Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association programs later start for 2020/21 season Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association is readying itself for a season start next month. The A Grade competition gets underway on Saturday, November 7, with North Gambier, Penola, East Gambier, West Gambier, South Gambier and Mil Lel fighting it out for the Hoggies Wines Barber Shield. Five one-day and five two-day matches have been scheduled before the semi finals take place on March 13 and 14 with the grand final to be played on March 20 and 21. Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association vice president Shane Dycer revealed that a November start could become the norm moving forward to help combat the inclement Mount Gambier weather. Dycer said that decision was rubberstamped four months ago. “Normally we would be starting this week,” Dycer said. “We’re starting three weeks later than normal and we’re only finishing two weeks later than last year. By doing it this way we believe this actually might end up being a template moving forward because of the Mount Gambier weather.Those early October rounds get washed out more often than not so we believe if this works really well starting in the first week of November, this may be the template from now on. Because soccer only finished last week and junior footy the week before, we made a conscious decision four months ago to put it back

to this date. If it works it could be something that we look at leaving.” Dycer predicted another ultracompetitive season in the top grade with reigning champions North Gambier and Penola the teams to beat, as North strives for a third straight premiership and a fifth flag in seven seasons. “If you look at last year it was very even - there was not much between anyone,” Dycer said. “I believe this year will be the same. North won it from fourth spot last year and that just shows the evenness of the competition. If you’re talking about depth of team, I think you have to respect Penola, I think they’re going to be around the mark. They’ve got a new captain this year in Mark Smith, I think they will be very hard to beat – especially

in Penola. I think Mark Smith being captain down there will do wonders for his cricket. You can never write North off. Jake Schulz was a bit quieter last year, he’ll bounce back. He’s a quality player and will be their key.The other four teams, I think it’s just going to be on the day, I really do. Wins before Christmas is going to shape it. Whoever gets off to a good start is going to put themselves in the frame for those home finals, I think that will be a real key this year.” B Grade (Hoggies Wines Crouch Shield) and C Grade (Cox Bros Shield) competitions also start on November 7 along with the Under 14 (Hall Trophy) competition with the Under 12 (Sims Shield) and the Under 17(O’Donoghue) kick off on Friday, November 6.

Bowering claims championship Last Tuesday the grand final of the Handicap Singles was played between Derek Bowering (left) and Derk Pietersma (right) with Pietersma starting on an eight handicap and Bowering on a six. By the sixth end the two were all square. Bowering won the next four ends leaving his score at 18 to Pietersma, 12. Pietersma clawed his way back and by the 15th end there were only two shots between them. Bowering then won the next two ends giving him a six shot lead but then Pietersma fought back winning the next three ends but only winning one shot on each of these ends. After 21 ends Pietersma was on 21 and Bowering on 25, this gave him the title of 2020/21 Singles Handicap Champion.

SENIOR PLAYING COACH The North Gambier Football Club are seeking applications for a senior playing coach for the 2021 season and beyond. The successful candidate will inherit a high achieving senior list, but will require a passion to develop young players into senior footballers and have a strong focus on all aspects of the football club. Previous playing coach experience preferred, but not essential. Minimum of Level 1 AFL Coaching Accreditation required, with the understanding that Level 2 will be completed. Appropriate remuneration will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Please forward resumes and/or expressions of interest to ngfcsec@gmail.com or contact David Bruhn on 0418 854 677 for further information. Applications close Saturday 31 October 2020.

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South East Field & Game host 75 target event

Big day of competition at Mount Gambier Gun Club

SE AUTOTRADE HIGHGUN: Mount Gambier Gun Club president Andrew Hoare (left) with winner Max Medhurst (right).

LAKE BONNEY WIN CHALLENGE TROPHY: South East president Charles Wallis with Herb Whitehead Lake Bonney Sporting Clays president holding The Lake Bonney/Burrungule Challenge trophy

South East Field & Game held September shoot in near perfect conditions at Burrungule Park. Ninety-three competitors nominated for the 75 target event sponsored by Richmond Park white Suffolk Stud and Stuart Bowd Contracting. The cross border community members were welcomed back to competition as were a healthy contingent of competitors from Lake Bonney Sporting clays to compete in the inter club challenge which had been postponed from earlier in the year. Jeremy Kent 74/75 (pictured above top) again took out the Gambier Shooting supplies High Gun despite being pushed hard by Gavin Dyson, also 74/75, Kent prevailed in the shoot off on some fairly tough targets. With Dyson having to be content with first place in AA grade, Danny Bellinger 2nd and Mick Banning in 3rd who also took delight in his first 25 possible badge at Burrungule

Park. A return to form from Heath Telford 66/75 took out A Grade from Dane Hastings and Brenton Ferguson. Greg Kessegian made a welcome return to sporting clays and won B grade with a creditable 67/75 from Romain Devaud and Darren Murrell. C grade was won by Dwayne Bell 55/75 from Michael Smith who needed a shoot off to defeat promising newcomer Max Beighton. Neville Kent 71/75 rolled back the years to defeat Chris Wright and Graham Lamond in the senior category. Lake Bonney veterans Wayne Gurney 68/75 and Gary Dangerfield cleaned up in Veterans category from Peter Klieve. Tasha Bellinger 67/75 (pictured above centre left) dominated the Ladies category with Emma Lawford and Meaghan Whitehead rounding out the podium. Ben Hastings 55/75 took a narrow win in the junior category from Brodie VonStanke-Dowie and Carter Rossouw. Declan Wright 63/75 (pictured above right bottom) led the way in the sub juniors from Fletcher Rossouw and the improving Will VonStanke. Lake Bonney Sporting Clays once again took bragging rights

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REEK LIVESTOCK 25 TARGET HANDICAP WINNERS: Sponsors representative Dave Fraser with winners Bernie Peters, Darren Beyer, Stuart Humphries, Bob Atkinson & Stuart Bowd. The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition, with three events over the day, in fine, sunny conditions with some slight winds. The OGR 50 Target Balltrap Championship was the first event contested. These fast flying and elusive targets were shot with enthusiasm. Max Medhurst 47/50 won A Grade from Peter Winser 45/40. Steve Chambers 46/50 took B Grade from Surasak Pienudomkijlert 45/50 and Bob Atkinson 51/52 edged out Garry Bowd to win C Grade. The Jens Town Hall Hotel 30 Target Single Barrel Event was keenly shot with some top scores attained. Four shooters from AA Grade were on the same score and after a shoot off Max Medhurst 45/46 took AA from Greg Kessegian

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Another major Mount Gambier event has fallen victim to the 2020 pandemic with the Scott Group of Companies Mount Gambier Gold Cup scheduled for Friday 4 December 2020 postponed. While COVID-19 restrictions were a key part of the decision to cancel what is not just a race day but a huge social event in Mount Gambier, the rehabilitation works at the Glenburnie course were also a factor. Mount Gambier Racing Club General Manager Brett Watson said the club would look to program an alternate date early next year. “The club recognises the importance of the Gold Cup event to the Mount Gambier social

calendar and the prestige this event has amongst trainers and owners, however due to the uncertainties presented by COVID-19 and the ongoing work on the track to reduce the poa weed infestation we are unable to proceed on the date scheduled,” Mr Watson said. “The committee will make a decision regarding the revised date in early 2021. We thank our sponsors, stakeholders, members and trainers and the local community for their understanding of this decision in what we recognise has been a disruptive year on many fronts.” Meetings scheduled for Mount Gambier during this current period have been relocated to other venues by TRSA.

Promising future Harness racing season is off & racing The Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club’s 2020/21 season kicked off with a strong race program and the club is already confident its next meeting will have improved nominations and crowd numbers, with a special Saturday night meeting also confirmed late last week. The season kicked off last Tuesday, setting in motion a program that will see racing every fortnight at the Greenwald Paceway. While the late start of last week’s Mount Gambier races meant crowds were minimal, club officials are confident the earlier start on October 27 will attract the usual family crowd. Mount Gambier is running its Tuesday night races concurrently with Port Pirie, with the two tracks alternating who starts first and who takes the late shift. Crowds should also be at a premium on Saturday, December 19 – a weekend race meeting that will double as a Christmas celebration, with Harness Racing SA confirming the all important Saturday night program last week. There were three races last week and president Simon Phillips said the racing was super competitive and the times were quick with race records in jeopardy. Already the October 27 meeting looks like having four races. “There will be a lot more horses next meeting,” Phillips said. “With

the 70km bubble now in place we are expecting a few more horses from the Portland and Heywood areas.” The Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club also has a long-term vision that will bring more racing to the area for the foreseeable future. Once the border restrictions are lifted with Victoria, the club is hoping to hold meetings every second Tuesday night, rather than simply holding 10 meets per year. Of course, this requires Victorian horses and trainers, making it something that will be looked at when COVID-19 is in the rear-view mirror. Phillips said they have the support of the Harness Racing SA to make the change. “We spoke about it at a committee meeting the other day that we really need to have a vision in regards to where or how we want these Tuesday nights to work,” Phillips said. “Our long term goal is, obviously with the borders open, we’d like to be able to hold standalone Mount Gambier meetings moving forward every fortnight. We’ve been told by Harness Racing South Australia that if we can make a goer of these Tuesday nights, there’s no reason why we can’t race every fortnight all year round. That would be instead of being limited to only 10 meetings a year as we have been previously.”

SEAC PARK CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY IN STYLE: Jayden Edwards (above) took out the Rallycross event. PHOTO COURTESY OF CURTIS BOYD. The October Long Weekend saw the 25th anniversary celebrated at SEAC Park by past and present members. Competition on Saturday took place on a very dry and dusty race surface with a Rallycross event being held. COVID restrictions had cancelled the proposed first round early in the year, but compliance by a determined crew of volunteers enabled the South Eastern Automobile Club to conduct Motorsport Events under controlled conditions. Action got under way with time trials in pairs to seed the competitors for the days racing groups. Dusty conditions caused more than a few close calls between the following cars, so a good start meant quite an advantage. Sharing a car also created some problems when two drivers both gained enough points to make the final four spots. Father Barry had to choose between himself and son Jayden Edwards as to who got the car, so made the sacrifice and let Jayden loose with Anthony Tos, Adam Jesse and Damien Wilson for the last run. It proved to be a good call by Dad, as Jayden came home in first place, closely followed by Anthony Tos for second spot and Damien Wilson rounding out the top three after Adam Jesse lost a wheel in the Subaru. Sunday and a totally different race surface presented to the 47 starters with a slightly damp track after some showers through the night. This being the final round of the 2020 Super Sprint Series, it had a mixed group of competition with some at the Top of the points tally separated by small margins wanting to “go hard” and get the most points available, while others were “just out for a skid”. A very drivable track enjoyed by all competitors for the first four beats, it had the same three 4WDs chasing fastest times between Dale Cagney, Aaron Bowering and Ryan Poel with Aaron getting down to it in the first round, Cagney successful in the next four rounds and Poel having to settle for the third points. Adam Jesse picked

up 4th points in heats 1 and 4, Damien Brand got in for 4th in heat 2, Jayden Edwards Heats 3 and the all-important 5th in his 2WD Commodore, still on a high after the previous day. Ben Weedon got into things with his WRX and managed a couple of 6th spots and a fifth, but dropped off the pace in the last couple of heats due to track conditions. Geoff Wilson matched Weedon’s effort in the opening heat, to the hundredth of a second to pip Nick Cagney’s Commodore, but had a misfire for Heats 2 and 3 causing him to drop a couple of spots but got it all together for the 4th Heat to chase Damien Brand’s CanAm Buggy for 6th spot, having to settle for 7th points by 2/10ths of a second from Brand, but in front of Weedon by a similar margin. Nick Cagney enjoyed the track a little too much and could only manage an 8, a 7, a 9 and a 9 for Heats 1 to 4. John Whitehead, having his first drive for the year in the Buggy had a settling run in Heat 1, got into it for Heat 2 and 3, had a moment on Heat 4 and got a good run in the final 5th Heat with a 3rd quickest time. Adelaide visitor Wayne Mason took a couple of runs to find his groove and rocketed home in the fifth heat for 2nd fastest time on a dry surface. Barry Edwards worked at the wheel each Heat and made his way up the list from a first heat 18th to a final round 5th spot, also enjoying a dry run. The 5th heat times determined the final places, as rain steadily fell and changed a very drivable race surface to a skating rink for the unlucky last 10 or so runners for the day. Dale Cagney came through the day to get top spot points and a Class W win. With Aaron Bowering having to settle for second outright losing time to Cagney in the 5th run. Ryan Poel held it together for a consistent 3rd outright. Jayden Edwards had a good track for his 5th run and was rewarded with points for 4th outright and Class E. Ben Weedon had been trading

SEAC PARK CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY IN STYLE: (From top) - 1st placed Dale Cagney; 2nd placed Aaron Bowering & Ryan Poel, who finished third, in the final round of the 2020 Super Sprint Series. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN 8 PHOTOGRAPHY) times with Edwards all day but the wet 5th run was the difference in the end and he is listed at 5th home. John Whitehead also picked up good time in his last run and came in with points for 6th spot. Wayne Mason’s 5th run on the dry surface also made a huge difference with him filling 7th spot and a Class D win. Next one home, Adam Jesse managed to get home in the last run, but lost a huge 15 seconds on the wet surface, dropping him down to 8th spot. Damien Wilson, having an average day in the S13 held it on the track in the last run, only dropping about 10 seconds and getting home with 9th points. Rounding out the Top 10, Barry Edwards picked up enough time with a dry run on Heat 5 to make it home in 10th place. Other Class awards were Curtis Boyd for Class B in his Avalon, Bailey Perryman’s Hyundai for Class C, Teresa Lipscombe in her AU Falcon for Ladies. First Junior home, Joel Watson gets the Class win. Newcomer to SEAC, local musician, James Morrison worked away at his first outing at SEAC Park and looked to be enjoying himself, doing enough to score the Class A win. Celebrations took place after the Competition finished with a BBQ tea provided by the Club and a huge Cake for sweets to finish off a mostly enjoyable weekend. All efforts now go to the Legend of the Lakes setup and running on the last weekend of October.


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