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ISSUE 862 - Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |



Tip toeing through the tulips Limestone Coast ukulele groups start a new tradition

AFL draft bolter

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It’s all about the experience Coonawarra winery snares State Government funding Food, friends, family and fun. For Emma and Steve Raidis (pictured) they all go hand in hand with wine. The duo has never lost focus on creating quality wines but at Raidis Estate it has always been about pairing their delicious drops with their famous wood fired pizzas; Chris Raidis’ creations from the grill and celebrating family and friendship at every opportunity. It is no secret that a key

cornerstone of their marketing strategy is events – inviting people to their cellar door for tastings and live music; offering intimate behind the scenes experiences of the wine making process and hosting events, big and small. A State Government grant is now set to help the couple achieve their goals. See inside for full story

You might think playing the ukulele is quite a niche past time but if you were in the vicinity of Mount Gambier’s Cave Gardens on Saturday you would have seen a sea of strumming singers with around 70 players from across the region’s many ukulele groups getting together in what organisers hope will be an annual event. Heather Zeck (pictured) was not just one of the brains behind the annual ukulele jam session but has been a driving force behind the resurgence of the art, in tandem with a group of fellow ukulele aficionados. The combined Limestone Coast Groups played for two hours in the Cave gardens, attracting plenty of onlookers.

Luke Pedlar was hailed a draft bolter after the Adelaide Crows took the former Kingston junior at pick 11 when most pundits did not have the inside mid, already with a reputation of winning the hard ball and inspiring team mates with his courage and determination, going inside the top 20. Luke watched the draft at home in Kingston with family but it didn’t take long for a crowd to appear.

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Draft bolter

“ soon as I got drafted a group of mates from back home raided the house...and the celebrations just went from there.....” Luke Pedlar

Luke Pedlar becomes a Crow Luke Pedlar was hailed a draft bolter after the Adelaide Crows took the former Kingston junior at pick 11 when most pundits did not have the inside mid, already with a reputation of winning the hard ball and inspiring team mates with his courage and determination, going inside the top 20. But the selection, while still leaving the 18 year old speechless, was less of a surprise for the Prince Alfred College alumni. “I knew there was a glimmer of hope they (Crows) might take me there because GWS and Fremantle had showed a fair bit interest and they had picks between 11 and the Crows next selection so if the Crows wanted me they couldn’t really wait,” Pedlar said. Having driven back to Kingston on draft day to watch the unveiling of the 2020 selections with his parents and girlfriend – his sisters were unable to return to the seaside town for the momentous occasion - but the intimate family evening was soon interrupted. “As soon as I got drafted a group of mates from back home raided the house,” Pedlar said. “And the celebrations just went from there.” Every potential draftee, no matter whether they are muchhyped or expected to be taken

middle of the pack, enters draft night full of nerves and no matter how positive the talks have been with various clubs and no matter the assurances received from clubs, until your name is read out, it is still just an AFL dream. “I was gobsmacked when I watched my name come up on the screen,” Pedlar said. “I had talked to 17 clubs during the year but you really don’t know what’s going to happen until they actually read out your name.” Then comes the chaos. The calls from Crows coach Matthew Nicks, skipper Rory Sloane and former skipper Tex Walker, just some of the highlights once Pedlar knew he was West Lakes bound. “To be honest most of the guys from the Crows tried to contact me but you have all these missed calls from unknown numbers – I just got lucky that I was able to answer when Rory (Sloane) and Tex (Walker) rang.” Pedlar is a third generation North Melbourne supporter, inheriting a passion for the Roos from his father and grandfather, but the Crows loom as the perfect fit. “I just wanted to get drafted and didn’t really care where I ended up but it has worked out perfect,” Pedlar said. “I get to stay in my

home State, with my friends, family and girlfriend.” Pedlar is not just a hard working midfielder who can push forward and snag a few goals, he was also a more than handy cricketer, but when things started to get serious a couple of years ago, footy became number one. “I gave up cricket the last two years to pursue footy but it was good I could still play both for the school,” Pedlar said. It was at the start of last year, as he entered Year 11, that Pedlar headed to Adelaide’s Prince Alfred College. “I’m not an academic but my schooling was still important to me and my results are pretty good so the move definitely wasn’t just for sport,” he said. Completing Year 12, shoulder surgery and COVID all added to

the challenges of Pedlar’s draft year but with still being able to train at school and then spending six weeks home, at the height of the pandemic, where he hit the individual training hard, he stayed in good shape. “I had a mate with a great gym set up at his home and I was able to work through my legs and then we would sometimes go and have a kick at the oval,” Pedlar said. “Because of the surgery I couldn’t get into match simulation basically until just before the first game of the year around June, July, the week before round one.” Pedlar has come through the typical South East development pathway, playing some Under 16 footy with Glenelg, representing the State, and also Under 18s with the SANFL Tigers. And that was all on the back of

a junior career at Kingston, that included debuting as a 15 year old in the seniors for the Saints, playing three games before uprooting his life to Adelaide. “The Under 18 competition was a bit more free flowing and not as contested, basically just a bit quicker than country footy and that makes sense, you are playing with and against the best players in the State and once you play a few games you do start to get comfortable.” While Pedlar has already had a couple of days at the club, the nuts and bolts of what will be expected of the number 11 pick is yet to be outlined. “The first day was really just meeting everyone and having a look around and then today (Saturday) we were on the track running and a few skills,” he said. “I know they drafted me because they see my strengths as my inside game and the fact I can go forward and kick a goal and impact the scoreboard. There are certainly things I need to enhance and improve in my game but they will go into the specifics later.” Pedlar has this week on the track as well before a short festive season break and then a January 6 return. Not surprisingly, two of the players Pedlar has looked to model his game on are from his beloved Roos – Ben Cunnington and Cam Zurhaar. He has also studied the work of Greater Western Sydney Giant Toby Greene and Cats skipper Joel Selwood. “I just love the way he (Selwood) cracks in,” Pedlar said.

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“... it will be a thousand times better and probably most importantly, we will be able to put another person on full time locally...” Emma Raidis

Coonawarra winery snares State Government funding Food, friends, family and fun. For Emma and Steve Raidis they all go hand in hand with wine. The duo has never lost focus on creating quality wines but at Raidis Estate it has always been about pairing their delicious drops with their famous wood fired pizzas; Chris Raidis’ creations from the grill and celebrating family and friendship at every opportunity. It is no secret that a key cornerstone of their marketing strategy is events – inviting people to their cellar door for tastings and live music; offering intimate behind the scenes experiences of the wine making process and hosting events, big and small. That focus on events saw the couple choose to upgrade their cellar door and transform their iconic red shed into a function space last year and courtesy of a recently announced South Australian Government grant of $28,200, they will now look to put the finishing touches to those two projects to ensure they enter 2021 ready for even more action. The grant was part of a $9million funding pool designed to stimulate activity in the hospitality, tourism and accommodation sector with Raidis Estate part of the first round of allocations which totalled $1.8million overall across nine projects, which sees the government tipping in a third of the project value. Emma said the cellar door is basically a fait accompli hut the funding boost will allow the couple


to add some heating. “The cellar door is pretty much how we want it,” Emma said. “We have a wood fire in there but it probably needs a dedicated heating and cooling system so it is comfortable all the time, summer and winter.” The rest of the project will see the shed undergo a significant makeover. “We will look to make the shed more aesthetically pleasing and improve its functionality,” Emma said. “The grant means we can purchase the furniture we need, like tables and chairs, so we don’t have to keep hiring them for functions. The funny thing is most people who have come to events at the shed probably won’t notice much difference but it will be a thousand times better and probably most importantly, we will be able to put another person on full time locally.” Given the prevalence of live music at Raidis Estate events, the walls of the Big Red Shed will undergo treatment to improve the acoustics. Given the restrictions that have been in place over the last nine months, Emma said Raidis Estate had been able to still run many of its popular events in a COVID safe way. “We were still able to get three or four of those 100-plus days with pizzas and live music,” Emma said. “They were really fun days. We certainly feel confident about running our events and we have a


lot of Christmas shows.” There were the unfortunate wedding cancellations and Emma was hopeful that would be an increased market for Raidis Estate in 2021, especially once the function space has undergone its makeover. And Raidis Estate has also been busy on the winemaking front, adding a sparkling to the repertoire as well as a rose. “Steve and I are traditionalists and prefer a chardonnay based sparkling and we don’t have chardonnay and had no intention of planting more vines so it is a topic we have debated for a decade,” Emma said. “But we also knew we needed a sparkling when we are looking to focus on events.” But this is where the collegiate nature of the region’s winemakers comes into play and Raidis is now sourcing its grapes from a colleague in what turned out to be a whirlwind process to create the winery’s first sparkling. “We basically decided in January on a car trip to Adelaide,” Emma said. “We started talking about it at the beginning and by the time we got to Adelaide we decided to do it and started planning out everything we needed to do from there.” That sparkling was released last month - Emma Sparkling

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Project, a blend of shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and merlot. “The rose was a really off the cuff decision and one Steve had forgotten to tell me about,” Emma said. “We were tasting with our winemaker and I asked what I was trying and they explained what it was but that they hadn’t decided if they were going to bottle it or not. One taste and I knew we had to and then it was designing the label and getting onto all those things again – we had less than a month to do it.” So what could have been a disjointed year has ended up being a productive one for Raidis Estate and Emma is optimistic about recovery for the entire industry heading into 2021. She is understandably wary of the China tariff situation, which affects not just wineries that export to China but the entire industry. “We don’t export to China, we have always based our business on direct sales to our customers, but if those wines come out of China we need them to go somewhere else, not back into Australia, so it is a bit nerve wracking given the uncertainty about where that wine will go,” Emma said. But her overwhelming prediction for the next five years was a resurgence for the industry. Raidis Estate are also on a high with their 2020 Cheeky Goat Pinot Gris and 2019 Low and Slow earning gold medals at the recent Melbourne International Wine Competition.

Mount Gambier auctioneer takes out Young Auctioneers’ Competition at Naracoorte Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange (NRLE) hosted an Australian Livestock & Property Agents Association Young Auctioneers’ Competition last Tuesday. Three lots of cattle were auctioned and sold by the contestants and scored by three judges. Winner Ben Gregory, from Elders Mount Gambier, Jordy Heinrich, from Nutrien Kangaroo Island, and runner up Hayden Lambert, from Thomas DeGaris & Clarkson, are pictured above with NRLE manager Richard James and ALPA executive officer Peter Baldwin.

Can you help? Mount Gambier Shoppers asked to dig deep this Christmas to help others in need

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Christmas is the season for giving, and this year, more than ever people in our community find themselves needing a little extra help. Mount Gambier Marketplace is coming together with our charity partners and Foodbank to make giving to others even easier this Christmas. Collection points for the Christmas Appeal have been set up in the centre for donations of toys and canned goods to support families in our community that may be doing it tough this Christmas. Unwrapped toys, gifts or vouchers can be dropped into the Collection Box located outside Big W before December 23 for distribution to assist vulnerable families and children who otherwise may not receive a gift this Christmas “We want to make it as convenient as possible for people to give to those who may need some extra help at Christmas time,” Mount Gambier Marketplace entre manager Karen Cunningham said. “Shoppers are able to grab a couple of extra items in their grocery shop to place in the collection bin outside Woolworths, or buy an extra toy or gift while they are shopping in the centre and know they are helping make Christmas a little more magical for local families.” Canned goods and other non-perishable food items can be dropped into the collection bin located outside Woolworths or delivered to the Munt Gambier Marketplace centre management office before December 24. Most wanted items include pantry staples such as tuna, pasta, rice, jams, spreads, long life milk and canned fruits and vegetables, with plenty of room for specialty

items such as Christmas cake or pudding. On behalf of charities distributing items collected through the appeal, chief executive officer Shane Maddocks said organisation’s such as relied on the support of the community to increase their impact. “The year 2020 has been uniquely challenging with the impact of COVID-19 on top of the pressures already faced by vulnerable families and individuals,” Mr Maddocks said. “Sadly, as we near the festive season and the end of the year, we are seeing an increasing number of people in need of support to avoid or move past a crisis. “Some of these people have lost employment or income as a result of COVID-19 and our services are seeing an influx of people at risk of homelessness due to a range of factors.” The Mount Gambier appeal supports, The Salvation Army and Vinnies to assist people in the region who have registered for Christmas support. “Distribution of toys and hampers at Christmas time can provide some dignity and hope to people struggling to cope at this time of year, especially parents under the pressure of having to choose between paying essential bills or providing gifts for their children,” Mr Maddocks said. “We hear many touching stories at this time of year from clients and are forever grateful for the community’s generous support to help us bring some relief and hopefully joy to people who need it most at this time of year.”

Starting a new tradition Ukulele groups on the rise in the Limestone Coast You might think playing the ukulele is quite a niche past time but if you were in the vicinity of Mount Gambier’s Cave Gardens on Saturday you would have seen a sea of strumming singers with around 70 players from across the region’s many ukulele groups getting together in what organisers hope will be an annual event. Heather Zeck was not just one of the brains behind the annual ukulele jam session but has been a driving force behind the resurgence of the art, in tandem with a group of fellow ukulele aficionados. The Lukeleles (Mount Gambier Library); Strummers (Uniting Church); Mosquito Playing Strummers (Naracoorte); BUGS (Beachport) and PUGS (Penola) are all thriving and the groups all converged on the Cave gardens at the weekend for an epic ukulele gig. Each of the Limestone Coast groups have between 15 and 20 members. Heather picked up a ukulele fir the first time three years ago and it has become her recreation of choice and after the initial group she joined in Mount Gambier started meeting less regularly she approached the Mount Gambier Library to see if they would be interested in hosting a group. “In America a lot of ukulele groups are attached to libraries so I thought the Mount Gambier Library might be interested in a similar

partnership,” Heather said. Turned out the library was interested and immediately popped Heather in charge. “I was really just learning myself but I knew enough to teach the basics and so that’s how we started,” Heather, who lived in Mount Gambier for more than two decades in the 1970s and ‘80s before moving to Perth for 20 years in 1995, returning a decade ago, said. Hilde Kannegieter is a fellow ukulele player who has also been at the forefront of developing the skill for those interested throughout the Limestone Coast. She started an evening group out of the Uniting Church in Elizabeth Street. The good news for anyone interested in giving the ukulele a try, it is considered a relatively easy instrument to learn and the groups in the Limestone Coast are all set up to cater for players of all ages and abilities. “It is one of the easiest instruments to learn but like anything you have to practice,” Heather said. “It really is just fun and all the groups in the region

are going strong and happy for anyone to get involved.” And if you don’t have time to be part of the group you can borrow both a ukulele and accompanying music from the Mount Gambier Library. “I would certainly encourage people to join a group because it is easier to learn and there are people there to help you out but it is great that you can take a ukulele and music out from the library just like you would borrow a book,” Heather said. The emphasis for the local ukulele groups is definitely fun and no musical background is required – Heather had non before picking up her first ukulele – she now has five. “And they say you are not a proper ukulele player until you have at least 10,” she said. “We are not about precision or being perfect and we all sing along as well and we don’t all have good voices – I know I don’t.” Heather does have one of the other attributes of a true ukulele player though – the callouses.

“They say if you have the callouses on your fingers it shows you are doing the work,” she said. Saturday’s 70-strong jam session showed there was a place for everyone – from the group leading the songs from the makeshift stage area, to the players, and in some cases their families, joining in with their ukulele, their voice – or in many cases – both. “Playing the ukulele is just an uplifting experience,” Heather said. “You just come along and play and sing and forget all the things

from the outside world and feel so happy when you leave.” And if you catch the ukulele bug, the good news is you can pick up a good ukulele for around $100. Head to the Lukuleles facebook page for more details and to get involved. FUN IN THE SUN: (Above from left) Hilde Kannegieter; Alba Kraatz & Joylene Attiwill with her grand daughter Kadie.

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Council Christmas Closure & Holiday Waste Collection Services Millicent Office Closed from 1 pm Thursday, 24 December 2020 and re-opening on Monday, 4 January 2021. Millicent Library & Gallery Closed from 1 pm Thursday, 24 December 2020 and re-opening on Tuesday, 5 January 2021. Gladys Smith Early Learning Centre Closed from 12.30 pm Thursday, 24 December 2020 and reopening on Tuesday, 12 January 2021. Penola Community Library Closed from 4 pm Friday, 18 December 2020 and re-opening on Tuesday, 5 January 2021. Visitor Information Centres - Beachport, Millicent & Penola Closed Christmas Day ONLY Open Daily Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm Weekends/Public Holidays 10 am – 4 pm Waste Collection Services - Kerbside Collection Service Dates Residents are advised that there will be no bin collection service on Christmas Day. Those who usually have a bin collected on a Friday will need to have their bins out by 6am Thursday for collection. The new collection dates are as listed: Usual collection date Thursday, 24 December 2020 Friday, 25 December 2020

Holiday collection date Thursday, 24 December 2020 Thursday, 24 December 2020

Normal collections resume from Monday, 28 December 2020 Towns affected by this change Glencoe, Millicent (Friday collection zones only) & Tantanoola Please be patient on Thursday December 24, trucks may be running later due to increased collections. There is no change to the collection service for New Year’s Day. Waste Transfer Stations – No Change in Opening Days Residents are advised that there will be no change to the opening days of the Resource Recovery Centres and Waste Transfer Stations over the Christmas/New Year period. Penola & Nangwarry Pools Closed Christmas Day ONLY – See Council’s website for pool opening hours.

In case of an emergency or urgent customer enquiry contact Council on 8733 0900. Mayor Noll, Councillors and Staff wish all residents of the Wattle Range Council area a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

It was a program instigated by Member for Barker Tony Pasin and the 2020 Barker Shield Awards have been handed out at the participating schools. The Barker Shield is an annual award given to three students in each participating school. It celebrates student excellence in three categories - academic achievement; community service and spirit; and a category determined by the school. “I wanted to come up with an end of year awards program because I think students deserve to be acknowledged,” Mr Pasin said. “And I didn’t want it to just be about academics but to cover those other areas, so we see students in vocational education being recognised, students that work hard in the community and students with skills sets across all aspects of school life not just the students with good grades.” There are 20 schools across Mr Pasin’s electorate that are part of the program, with eight of those in the Limestone Coast. “I really enjoy doing it,” Mr Pasin said. “I wish to congratulate each of the students who received the Barker Shield award. “They are incredibly worthy recipients who have made positive contributions to their school community. “This positive contribution is permanently honoured through the perpetual Barker Shield, which is displayed in a prominent location at each school.” Handing out the individual honours felt even more special in 2020 after the year endured by students with learning from home and the other challenges that came their way. “COVID19 has no doubt had an impact on us all,” Mr Pasin said. “I commend students on their perseverance, dedication and commitment to their studies during this once in a lifetime disruption. “I congratulate all students for their efforts through a difficult year and whether they are continuing study or entering the work force I wish students from all schools across Barker all the best for 2021.” Mr Pasin is hopeful the Barker Shield Awards program will outlive his time as the local member. “I hope it will become a mainstay in the electorate,” he said. Some of Mr Pasin’s colleagues have followed his lead and established similar recognition programs in their own electorates.

“...because I think students deserve to be acknowledged.....” Tony Pasin (Member for Barker)

AWARD WINNERS: (Above from top) St Martins Lutheran College winners David Zwijnenburg (Academic Achievement); Myah de Breuk (Community Service & Spirit) & Ruben van Eeden (Supprting the Ethos of the School); Naracoorte High School winners - Aidyn Davis (Academic Achievement); Jasmin Ireland (Student Leadership) & Ashlea O’Shaughnessy (Community Service & Spirit); Penola High School winners - Stephen Ryan (Vocational Education); Ebonie Moulton (Communtiy Service & Spirit) & Ella Hutchesson (Academic Achievement) with Department of Education and Children’s Services education director Adam Box and Tenison Woods College winners - Year 9 wellbeing coordinator Brad Maney; Aden Clarke (Community Service & Spirit); Gael Chizungu (School Pride); Gianna Morello (Academic Achievement) & Year 9 wellbeing coordinator Justine Forrest.

OTHER AWARD WINNERS: BORDERTOWN HIGH SCHOOL • Eliza Staude (Academic Achievement); Joshua Flaviano (Community Service & Spirit) & Kahli Lock (Dux of the School) KINGSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL • Bethany Castle (Academic Achievement); Erika Watson (Community Service & Spirit) & Kate Parker (School Service) MILLICENT HIGH SCHOOL • Indiana Marshall (Academic Achievement); Tanner Milnes (Community Service & Spirit) & Tess Doecke (Positive Commitment to Learning) TINTINARA AREA SCHOOL • Jessie Seidel (Academic Achievement); Lidia Keller (Commutiy Service & Spirit) & Bethany Makin (Creative Expression)

Best in the state New Coles Mount Gambier store opens its doors It’s double the size, it has created 25 new local jobs in store and it has features not found in many Coles stores throughout South Australia. Mount Gambier’s new Coles Supermarket opened its doors last Wednesday and once the formalities were concluded, Mount Gambier shoppers couldn’t wait to see what was on offer at the Ferrers Street site. In a nod to the history of Coles in Mount Gambier, long serving employees, Anne Domaschenz and Michelle Verryt, who both started with Coles in Mount Gambier in 1985, were front and centre of the ribbon cutting ceremony. Regional manager Chris Brennan was blown away by the new Coles store. “It has been a massive effort by everyone involved,” Chris said. “The team here worked around the clock and your dedication is what we see here today (last Wednesday). They are now dedicated, the local team, to continuing to deliver a fantastic shopping trip for our customers.” Mount Gambier’s new convenience-focused supermarket has been built three minutes down the road from the original store, which opened more than 50 years ago and welcomed customers for the last time on Tuesday. Almost 180 team members from the original store will continue their

roles with Coles, while of the new staff coming on board, 10 are entering the workforce for the first time. The new store features more than 100 quick and easy dinner meals, salads, snacks and vegan options from the Coles Kitchen meals range, and two exciting new concepts customers are sure to love — a pet food pick-and-mix bar with a selection of quality dry food and treats for customers’ furry friends, and a convenient, in-store tap-and-go coffee station offering Coles quality Single Original Ethiopia Limu roast. State Operations Manager SA/NT Neil Borrington was also on hand to see Coles’ newest facility. “How good does this store look?” Neil asked the staff, media and officials gathered at the 7.30am opening ceremony. “If this isn’t the best looking building in this town I don’t know what is.”

The State Operations Manager acknowledged the work of architects, builders and other trades in completing the high quality project. “There are things in here we don’t have in Adelaide,” Neil said. “I think this will blow local customers away and with the team we’ve got on board it will be a raging success. We have invested in a great town like Mount Gambier to show the community to providing the best for our customers. This is the start of a new journey for us. I’m just overwhelmed by how good this store looks.” Coles Mount Gambier Store Manager Jeff Streatfield took this opportunity to showcase his 11 person leadership team at the new store opening. “I’m the proudest store manager in SA and NT right now and I couldn’t have done it without my

amazing team,” Jeff said. “The new store is one of the newest and largest grocery shopping destinations across the state, and our local shoppers are keen to access many new state-ofthe-art features right here in Mount Gambier — some of which are yet to be rolled out across metro regions in South Australia.” Additional store features include an in-store bakery with flatbread made daily, a gourmet delicatessen with a large selection of local and international cheeses, and a range of fresh, quality seafood. The store also offers an open-style butcher offering a slice-on-request service, and an extensive fresh produce area with a wide selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Coles Online is available at the supermarket with Click&Collect launching on opening day, allowing residents in Mount

Gambier and neighbouring suburbs to order their groceries online and have them delivered straight to their car boot at a dedicated Click&Collect carpark, or straight to their front door through Coles’ Home Delivery service. Coles at Mount Gambier is located at 11 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier and is open from 6am to 10pm from Monday to Saturday, and from 8am to 10pm on Sundays. OPEN FOR BUSINESS: (Above main) Michelle Verryt; store manager Jeff Streatfield & Anne Domaschenz cut the ribbon to the new store; (above left) Mykaela Thiele took care of the new coffee machine & the celebration cupcakes and (above centre) Damien Garnier gets to work in the new bakery.

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Works to improve the visitor experience at the iconic Portland Foreshore has commenced, heralding the start of a multi-million dollar transformation to the muchloved precinct. The Glenelg Shire Council has secured more than $6.5 million in funding through the Victorian Government’s Building Works program and the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program for key upgrades as part of the Portland Foreshore Master Plan. The upgrades include a redevelopment of the Portland Foreshore, with connecting pathways and a new pump track, and key infrastructure at the Local Port of Portland Bay, with extensions to the Portland Marina and Trawler Wharf, and a replacement of the Town Jetty. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank confirmed that stage one of the project works were underway. “This month community members will see the beginning of what is the biggest transformation

of our popular Portland Foreshore precinct - it is a hugely historic moment for our shire,” she said. “The first step will see the construction of connecting pathways from the Trawler Wharf right through to Nuns Beach, creating an inviting and userfriendly walkway for all who visit. “The connecting pathways will be completed in stages, with the southern end of the Foreshore area currently in progress. “There will also be an extension to the carpark at the All Abilities Playspace to cater for the high volume of visitation to the area, providing an additional 14 car parks. “We assure residents that all construction will be undertaken in a way to ensure the Foreshore area remains as accessible and appealing as possible for locals and visitors during the peak summer season.” Cr Rank said the new year would see the next exciting stage of the project works, with the installation of a new pump track.

“We’ve recently announced new customised modular pump tracks for Heywood and Casterton, and we are thrilled to confirm that Portland will also receive their very own pump track, which will be placed as part of the Youth Activity and Skate Space,” she said. “The pump track will enhance the current offerings at the Youth Activity and Skate Space, which includes the skate park, half basketball court and meeting areas, and create a premier active recreation precinct. “We anticipate that construction on the new track will be underway from early 2021.” For more information, or to view the latest concept designs, please visit the Community Infrastructure Projects page of the Your Say Glenelg website.

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To display a Variable Display Unit in association with community events on the site of an existing tourist information bay Road Reserve adjacent to 2-10 Bishop Road, Mount Gambier Non identified parcel – road reserve Residential

The application may be examined on the Council website at 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.

Carrot cake bliss balls 1 large carrot, peeled, coarsely grated 6 fresh dates, pitted, chopped 1/4 cup (40g) finely chopped dried pineapple 1 cup (90g) rolled oats 1 tablespoon almond spread (optional) 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/2 cup (40g) desiccated coconut Method Process carrot, date, pineapple, oats, almond spread, if using, cinnamon and nutmeg in a food processor until almost smooth and well combined. Roll the mixture into balls. Roll in coconut to coat. Place on a lined tray in fridge for 1 hour or until set. Store in an airtight container in fridge for up to 1 week.

Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Thursday 7 January 2021. 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. Barbara CERNOVSKIS


Treating people not patients Dr Try Medical Clinic are pleased to announce that Dr Richard Try and Dr Jason Johnson are collaborating to form Mount Gambier Skin Cancer Clinic! 3/14 Crouch Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 | 08 8723 9586

More than 200 children finishing kindergarten across the Glenelg Shire will receive an Indigenous puzzle as their graduation gift. The puzzle pack will expose children and families to local Indigenous history and culture, something which has been limited this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Working with Jenna Bamblett, local Indigenous artist, United Way Glenelg, has created enriching education packs for every child graduating kindergarten to complete in the classroom and take home to families. The centrepiece of the packs includes a bespoke puzzle featuring the artwork of Willarn the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo. The Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo is an important animal to the Gunditjmara people. It is a guiding spirit and warns off any danger. Willarn links the Gunditjmara people with the Dreamtime and provides a sense of unity. This initiative is funded by 3M and the United Way Glenelg CoviD-19 Impact Fund. JIGSAW FUN: Proudly displaying the finished puzzle is Jack Millard, aged 5, who completed it together with his Mum, Kelly Barber. Jack attends Heywood Early Learning Centre.

Temporary Road Closure



Notice is hereby given that Wattle Range Council pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declares that the following road be closed to vehicular traffic from 3 pm to 10 pm on Friday, 18 December 2020 for the purpose of facilitating the Penola Christmas Party. - Church Street (from Arthur Street to Bowden Street) - Arthur Street (from Church Street to Portland Street)

JamFactory exhibition to be unveiled at Riddoch Art Gallery



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The Riddoch Art Gallery will host a JamFactory national touring exhibition by visual artist Angela Valamanesh (pictured). Opening this Friday at 6pm, the exhibition celebrates the achievements of one of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media. Primarily known for her ceramic sculptures reminiscent of nature and living organisms, this exhibition also celebrates the artist’s evocative drawings, watercolours and mixed media works. “Angela is unique in that her practice spans so many different media, from works on paper to ceramics to video, which just serves to demonstrate her innate curiosity about the natural world around us,” City of Mount Gambier arts and culture development officer Serena Wong. This exhibition is the artist’s exploration into the interconnectedness of life on earth – between human, animal, and plant beings. This life view is reinforced through her ongoing research at leading libraries and scientific institutions both in Australia and abroad. “She mixes her research, with a sensitive and poetic handling of each subject, in a seemingly effortlessly way, leaving the viewer with curiosity, amusement but also a sense of familiarity of these unmistakably organic shapes,” Ms Wong said. The opening will include an artist talk with Angela that will comprise her four decades of arts practice, spanning her national and international success. “I believe that art, like science, can help teach us about who we are, what we are made of an in doing so show us the importance of recognising that we are part of a whole,” Angela said. RSVP is essential for the exhibition opening due to COVID-19 restrictions. Email au or call (08)8721 2563 to register. Entry is free and the exhibition will be on display in the Main Gallery at The Riddoch until January 26.


All your health & wellbeing needs A new location with the same quality products and expert advice

Food for Thought has a new home, opening the doors of its spacious new store last week. Now located at 50 Commercial Street East, you can still access your favourite products and brands and garner the same expert advice from the qualified, friendly staff all in a new larger store, making browsing a breeze and also allowing Food for Thought to stock an even wider range of health and wellbeing products. The move has Food For Thought right in the heart of the CBD, with

qualified naturopath and coowner Joanne Whitehead; sports nutritionist and personal trainer Lizzy Cassara; Trudy Fiebig, with a background in beauty therapy and a keen interest in natural therapies, and Donna Pratt, who has worked extensively in the health food space as well as being an enrolled nurse and volunteer ambulance responder all on hand to take care of all your health and wellbeing needs. Food for Thought has been looking after the Mount Gambier

community for more than 15 years, providing health food, natural make up, herbal formulas, quality vitamins and supplements, protein powders and homeopathic products. Food for Thought has an extensive range of natural skin care and organic cosmetics, a wide selection of aromatherapy products, a focus on sustainable products and a willingness to source and order in whatever products you need. From glutenfree to low carb and a range of

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sugar free treats, Food for Thought is your one stop shop for all your dietary needs, including fresh, organic sour dough bread in store every week. Food for Thought also stocks salt lamps, handmade soy candles, bamboo socks and heat pillows. Part of the Go Vita Co-operative Group, membership is free and that ensures members receive monthly discounts, as well as member rewards and the buying power that ensures the best possible pricing.

Drop into Food for Thought’s new Commercial Street East store today and see just what is on offer. YOUR HEALTH & WELLBEING EXPERTS: (Main photo) The Food for Thought Mount Gambier team - Trudy Fiebig, Donna Pratt, Joanne Whitehead & Lizzy Cassara.


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CAFFEINE ISN’T THE ONLY OPTION There are alternatives to using coffee as your kickstarter in the morning. Try getting out and about first thing - sunshine resets your natural body clock and makes you feel more alert, as does getting your heart rate up first thing with some exercise.

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By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-23-34-45-5 This is a period in which you could meet the one and only but make sure your previous relationships are sorted out. Very busy socially and lots of fun should be had by all.


(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 6-7-3-4 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 3-12-23-24-35-44

Time to get going and getting the jobs done that have been left till later. Some of your plans might not work as they were supposed to but things will settle down soon and your mind at peace.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 8-9-3-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-23-23-34-43-44

Humans and giraffes have the same number of neck bones seven.

You could return to old paths and meet long lost friends. Most of your plans should work out well if you have done your homework and do not rely on others to get things going.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 6-7-23-34-41-33

Do not waste your time worrying about something that probably will never happen. Make sure you do the right thing about your health and then forget it. Something happy is about to happen.


(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 5-6-3-4 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-23-35-28-6

Many happy moments with loved ones and you could be a very sought-after guest during this period. With your natural good humour and talent for diplomacy you will overcome problems.


(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-23-34-35-7 Surprises and changes of direction could happen now. Your travel plans could be cancelled or deferred and you could be tempted to overspend when not so sensible.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 8-9-4-2 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-24-37-45-9

People will be pleased if you tell how you feel about them communication is the key word for this period. You could find a way to improve your financial situation in a small way and this could keep you busy for some time.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 8-4-6-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 5-7-23-34-33-44 You might be very important to someone and your help vital to this person in the future. Very good news from far away should boost your ego and your bank balance if handled well. Some good vibes from a Virgo.


Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 9-4-5-6 Lotto Numbers: 4-12-23-34-42-11

If you are planning travel make sure all your appointments and bookings are double checked as there could be some cancellations or deferrals. No good starting an argument with a well-known pig head.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 8-3-5-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-45-22 Not a good period to exchange secrets if you want to keep something confidential you better keep quiet. You should be much more successful in your romantic life then you have been of late.


(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-3-23-25-34-44 You could be offered a holiday out of the blue and someone could show a special interest in your ideas. In business you might need to consult an expert for any problems you cannot handle yourself.


(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 7-8-4-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-23-24-34-35 Make sure you do a good job of special chores given to you by people in authority this could lead to something more profitable in the future. Someone is waiting to hear from you. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 | (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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This will be my last In The Garden segment for 2020, gosh what a year to reflect on and it has certainly come around rather too fast for my liking and everyones with all the dramas. That said I think the consensus is that we are going to have a bumper Christmas with everyone being allowed to be together and enjoying themselves. With the late/non-existent spring, and patchy weather ever since, I don’t think the plants know what to do either. With not too many sleeps left to Christmas it’s time to head down to Gardenarium for their 25–70% off pre-Christmas sale. You can still layby now for Christmas and leave picking up until Christmas Eve if you wish, especially plants. The Old Potting Shed Gift shop within Gardenarium is bursting at the seams with a new collection of glazed indoor pots, sensational garden tools from Burgon and Ball in the UK, wall art of every kind for indoors and out. The farmyard and corrals are full again with an array of pigs, sheep, cows and chooks even meerkats. The Limestone Coast Advanced Trees part of the company is also as full as ever, even with the strange weather, and we have up to 50% off trees until Christmas Eve, including mop tops and weeping cherries. Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without hydrangeas and we have masses of stunning mature plants in all colours, ranging from intense blue, to purple, red, pinks and whites, as well as the new release dwarf varieties. These are ideal indoors for a short time, as decorations to your outside entertaining areas or as a fantastic Christmas gift. This year we have increased the numbers of fruit trees trees in most categories, especially dwarf and semi dwarf which now outsell full sized trees for their more compact nature and bare as much if not more fruit than full sized trees that can easily be netted. Cherries and blueberries are popular eating choices over Christmas as well as our recently released dwarf mulberry. The ever popular String of Pearls, including the rare variegated one, String of Dolphins and Chain of Hearts and Chain of Turtles in hanging baskets and we have increased our range of on trend indoor plants hugely . Wollemi Pines are back again after a long drought and are ideal to decorate for Christmas trees for a short time indoors, for outdoors on the patio or to plant in the garden as a living fossil. our annual range of live Christmas trees has had two new varieties added for 2020 available in several varieties and sizes, be quick as they are selling fast. The gift shop is bursting with ideas for non-gardeners also, with outdoor clocks, all sorts of china jardinière’s and pots, terrariums, some intricately made garden art in metal made out of all sorts of old tools and welded together garden art pieces giving unique and interesting one offs. Gardenarium is well known for its range of birdhouses and feeders

and this year is no exception with three new ranges on offer, some colourful metal and timber birdhouses, dovecotes and, of course, birdbaths, all of which you can see on our website at www, Our range of outdoor furniture has been added to this season with the introduction of ceramic outdoor dining tables in natural and grey wood look, along with an expansion to our teak outdoor table ranges and traditional teak outdoor garden benches in two sizes, that are handmade with traditional construction that will last generations. The new children’s picnic bench setting has also been very popular giving the kids their own table for eating outside (see opposite page). A lot of our outdoor furniture lines in travertine stone, ceramic and teak, as well as our real wicker relaxing coffee settings. A selection of new wicker outdoor relaxing chairs with three different table options to suit all budgets. (Only two left as I write ) Many of the products we sell are from poor, underdeveloped countries and, in particular, the range of driftwood creations we have each year are from pieces of driftwood harvested from the beaches by local villagers in the typhoon hit areas of the Philippines. Each village is allowed to harvest a certain amount of driftwood thrown up from the typhoons and craft them into the wonderful pieces we sell, from Christmas decorations to spheres, planters and decorative wreathes, and a brand new range of birdhouses in several styles, see website for photos. I am continually amazed at their creativity given the adversity. I urge everyone to dig deep this Christmas by buying a piece of driftwood artwork or ornaments that will last forever. Umbrellas and Sloggers clogs and boots for both men and woman are all minimum $10 off with many 30, 40 and 50%off and ideal for a Kris Kringle and for everyday wear in this current weather. Managers and staff at Gardenarium & The Limestone Coast Group of Companies would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers and readers a very Happy Christmas and relaxing New Year. We will be closing from Christmas Eve until January 5 for a well earned break with our families after what has been a crazy year for our online sales area of the business and here in the nursery and hope you can all wait until then to see us again.







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Primary producers, lifestyle lovers and developers take note; TDC are exceptionally excited to offer to you, for sale by public auction, 91.65 high production hectares located just minutes from the city centre. 226 Chambers Rd Glenburnie features deep fertile chocolate and red loam soils and picturesque undulating scenery. The property has a solid fertiliser history and renovated pastures consisting of strong stands of Lucerne, rye grass

and clovers. All fencing is sound, with a fencing program being completed, dividing the holding into nine paddocks and a laneway. Stock water is supplied via 32mm poly line with water being pumped from a bore equipped with an electric pump. Currently running ewes with lambs and trading additional lambs, there is a good income potential with scope for further pursuits including horticulture, bulk fodder production and much more. We welcome your inspection.

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Warm and inviting 3 bedroom home located in the District of Yahl on approx 93 acres. Modern dine in kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space R/C cycle air condition, cozy lounge with gas log heating, bathroom with bath, shower & vanity, heat light & a separate toilet The home also offers a rumpus room off of the enclosed rear verandah with the laundry & a second toilet located within this area. Outside features include approximately 93 acres fenced into seven main paddocks watered by a windmill and a second bore, garage / workshop with an attached double carport, single car garage with pit, old dairy numerous out buildings, rain water plumbed to the home, a chook yard, assorted fruit trees and even a motorbike track. This property would lend itself to all aspects of farming and is located just 10kms from Mount Gambier and close to the Glenburnie Sale Yards. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location, the presentation and the warm and inviting family feeling. Breathe the country air and make this your families new place to call home.




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Grand, generous, appealing, family & fun are all words that come to mind as you approach this magnificent, solid family home. Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges for protection and privacy and a bitumen driveway right to the front door. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out for the ultimate entertaining experience. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, BIR in two of the remaining 3 bedrooms, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toilet. Main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity, separate toilet & large laundry with built in cupboards. Second living area currently used as an office, would easily convert to a fifth bedroom. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and eightball and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing. Outside features include a double car garage with remote roller doors, internal access and access to the under-house storage area with also a second detached double car garage down the side of the home. Rainwater plumbed to the home.


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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.




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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.

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THE ENTERTAINER'S DREAM! 6 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier

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SATURDAY 11.00-11.30AM

• Positioned in one of Mount Gambier's most prestigious locations and a short stroll from both the Blue Lake and the CBD. • Offering all of the charm of an early 1900s character home combined with the convenience & WOW of a modern renovation. • Extensively renovated throughout, the modern kitchen and family area features high quality cabinetry and appliances, stone bench tops, a large chef oven and dishwasher. • The living area continues on to the alfresco entertaining deck at the rear via stacking bi-fold doors.

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NEW E.O.I BY 11TH JAN 2021 5PM (unless sold prior)

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324 Yahl Road, Glenburnie

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EASY RURAL LIVING! 193 Swaffers Road, Mount Schank

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30PM

• Perfectly located 10 minutes either way between the regional city of Mount Gambier and the coastal township of Port MacDonnell. • Situated on approx. 5900sqm, it provides plenty of room to enjoy the outdoors whilst still offering easy maintenance living. • Freshly painted and carpeted lounge space with rural views overlooking the nearby Mount Schank, which are adjoined by 3+ carpeted bedrooms and a dedicated study. • An inviting cottage feel with a stunning rural backdrop, this home eagerly awaits its new owner.

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Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

SATURDAY 1.00-1.30PM

$255,000 - $260,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

3 Sinclair St, Mt Gambier

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SPRINGVIEW ESTATE STAGE 7B • Arguably Mount Gambier’s most popular residential subdivision. • Conveniently located North/West of Mount Gambier offering 18 new residential allotments to have brand new access off O’Leary Road. • All allotments will include power, water, town sewer, NBN & colourbond fencing both sides and rear. • Highly sought after, naturally flat allotments offering space, utilities and location. • Titles expected mid 2021 speak to Damian now about securing your dream allotment.

NEW | Priced From $135,000

$248,000 - $258,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

14 Sim St, Mt Gambier


4 2 2


Damian Venn 0438 904 771

5-7 Kennedy Ave, Mt Gambier

5 4 4


Damian Venn 0438 904 771

9 John St, Kalangadoo

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Residential/Rural Sales Manager

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Sales Associate/ Administration

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896



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 RLA 226179

15 Peppercress Court, Worrolong

Approx 630m2

1 Blyth Street, Mount Gambier


$235,000 - $245,000

• Choice of build. • Approx 630m2 allotment. • Allotment has been fenced. • Purchase block of land in established area. • Take advantage before 31st December 2020. • Up to $40,000 of govt. grants. Are you eligible? • Speak with our selling team about how to take advantage of government grants. • Land only - image for build reference

• Solid living with multiple entertaining areas. • Well maintained throughout. • Lounge with gas wall furnace & open living to kitchen • Kitchen with gas cooktop and dishwasher. • Dining opens through sliding door to side secure yard • All bedrooms with built in robes. • Rear rumpus room creates a second living area for a growing family. • Rumpus opens to large deck overlooking rear yard.

16 Elder Street, Mount Gambier

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5 Dalkeith Drive, Mount Gambier

$225,000 - $235,000


• Mount Gambier Stone home with tile roof with two living spaces. • Lounge with slow combustion heating, ceiling fan and split system. • Bright open plan kitchen/dining with good cupboard space and electric cooking. • Family room at the rear of the home offering additional living space. • Updated bathroom with separate shower, and spa bath.

• Generous living space with slow combustion heater • Low maintenance rear yard + garden shedding. • 20 Solar panels provides to save on power bills. • Wood shed and other storage with separate side access along side double driveway. • Positioned right next to McDonald Park Primary School and close to St Martins School. • Generous living space with slow combustion heater plus reverse cycle ducting throughout.

2/8 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

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4+ 1 1 1

6 Werona Street, Mount Gambier

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$195,000 - $205,000

• Both bedrooms with built-in robes. • Generous open living with dedicated spaces. • Sensational location conveniently positioned. • Sheltered alfresco dining with secure surrounds. • Within the CBD, walk cafes, sport, and retail, medical. • Tucked away in a private Community complex of three. • Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle air con in open area. • Master bedroom with ensuite access to bathroom. • Amazing storage with huge linen press & laundry storage.

• Shedding – access to large rear yard. • Fantastic potential in this well positioned home on a 834m2 approx. block. • Generous open plan living space with wood heating. • Kitchen with huge amount of cupboard/storage and bench space. • Three bedrooms all with timber flooring. • Bathroom with bath and separate laundry facilities  9m x 7m approx.. shed with paved floor and power.







RLA 226179








Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier Phone 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903


33 Acacia Street








13 Coral Court


$349,500 3 2 4 Beautifully presented family home situated in the popular Lakes location. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with slow combustion heating and ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling. Stacker doors open onto an entertainers dream. NEW

92 Suttontown Road



SAT 10.15-10.45 2



131 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat




SAT 10.15-10.45

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.

Neat and tidy solid Mount Gambier stone home situated on a generous allotment of approximately 838m2. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating. Three generous sized bedrooms all freshly carpeted.

110 Bertha Street


SAT 9.30-10.00

SAT 9.30-10.00 3


47 St Andrews Drive

SAT 11.15-11.45



Located in a quiet cul-de-sac is this beautifully presented family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Generous master bedroom with built ins plus walk in robe and ensuite.




$495,000 4 2 6 A wonderful lifestyle awaits. Spacious and updated family home, big on space, entertainment and shedding over an acre of land with 2 street access. This home is “one with the lot”.

A picturesque family home set on approx 6 acres. Open plan kitchen, dining, living with rev/cycle a/c and s/c heating. Jam packed with features including solar, plenty of shedding, beautiful gardens!


139 Cafpirco Road, Compton

157 Bay Road

22 Lansell Street


SAT 11.15-11.45 3




$264,500 3 1 2 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!

Circa 1890’s dolomite fronted home set on approximately 1ha. Stunning views of the mountain with plenty of potential. Spacious living and bedrooms, updated kitchen with country outlook. Amazing opportunity to make it your own.

13 James Street

1 Margaret Street

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A 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.

21 Sturt Street

$495,000 + GST 7 2 10+ X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with HUGE easy off street parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.




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$200 pw | Available NOW

11 Felicia Street


2 3

$310 pw | Available 8/1/21

6 Davis Crescent


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$380 pw | Available 22/12

12 Anzac Street


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$390 pw | Available NOW



Be the envy of your friends. Stunning 1930’s Spanish mission style home in premier location. Absolute quality throughout, designer kitchen, relaxing pool & outdoor entertaining. A short walk to shops, Blue Lake & city centre. Spoil yourself!

2/13 Gordon Street

$249,000 2 2 2 Overlooking the city of Mount Gambier is this lovely generous sized unit. Open plan living with the kitchen including electric cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two bedrooms with the master featuring walk in robe and ensuite.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

1/84 Bay Road

1/84 Bay Road


3004/3 Lakes Appartments

$349,000 + GST 3 1 Well maintained commercial property in fast growing area. Tastefully styled inside, perfect for a business or consulting rooms. Large allotment with parking at the rear. Zoned CCE – City Centre.

Gebhardts Property Management


Apply online Ph 8724 8088

11 Felicia Street

Avail NOW

$200 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, one with robes • Separate kitchen • Lounge with gas heating • Dining area • New bathroom • Lock up garage • No pets

$189,000-$199,000 2 1 1 Deceptively spacious community title unit in small group. Large living area and covered pergola. Well maintained unit with a private yard. Perfect for the investor – just minutes to the city centre.

6 Davis Crescent

Avail 8/1/21

$310 pw 3 2 3 • 3 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite • BIR in bedrooms 2 & 3 • Separate office • Formal dining, separate lounge & family room • Gas log fire & R/C air con • Single garage + double carport • Undercover entertaining area • No pets

Avail 22/12

$380 pw 4 2 2 • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/ dine/family room • Slow combustion heating and r/c air conditioner • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets negotiable

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113


5 West Street





18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

$487,000 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. 10 Greenridge Drive

44 Umpherston Street

2/3 Henty Street

$245,000 2 1 1 Beautifully renovated unit ideal for investment or if you are looking to get into the property market. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two generous sized bedrooms both with B.I.Robes.

$399,000-$429,000 2 2 1 The ultimate inner city home. Torrens title homette, modern design and low maintenance living at its best. Walk to the city centre – restaurants and parklands. Perfect for the retiree wanting to lock and leave. 19 Buffalo Crescent

$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.

12 Anzac Street




$149,500 a| 1,095m2 approx This exceptional 1095m2 allotment (approx) will not last, nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac in a very popular area of the city, close to Macdonald Park primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College.



8 Highland Drive





$449,000 4 2 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! Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell


From $83,500

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.

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

2/46 Derrington Street

$164,500 2 1 1 Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities. Inspect now and be impressed!

Appealing colonial style home – Big on space and solid construction. Boasting 4 double bedrooms & study/5th bed. Three living areas, double garage & outdoor entertaining. Fit for the largest family!

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

3A Gebhardt Close

$299,000-$319,000 3 2 1 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.

Well presented and maintained home that is sure to appeal. Fantastic investment or first home on low maintenance easy care allotment. Two street access with room for boat, caravan and cars.

33 Wyatt 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!


30 Umpherston Street


Great first home or investment property, close to all amenities. Say goodbye to the landlord or become one! Inspect ASAP.

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

23 Agnes Street

3 Tecoma Close

$95,000 a| 378m2 approx A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants. Lot 6 Hay Tce, Kongorong

$55,000 a| 1,200m2 approx Located in the quiet township of Kongorong is this flat level allotment approximately 1,200m2. Electricity passing, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

94 Commercial Street East

$159,000 a| over 5,000m2 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. 104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

a| 2ha ea approx

$165,000 ea

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

32 Commercial Street West

2/2 James Street

Avail NOW

$390 pw 3 1 0 • Fully furnished property• 3 bedrooms, one with BIR • Kitchen/dining with gas cooking • Lounge room with leather sofas and large screen television • Reverse cycle air conditioning and gas central heating • Security system • Shed • No pets

32 Commercial Street West

78B Sea Parade Pt MacDonnell

94 Commercial Street East

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

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

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

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

Sale 9 Oolna Street, Mt Gambier $199,000 - $209,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3



Sale 57 Willow Avenue, Mt Gambier $289,000 - $299,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3



Sale 3



Sale 3A Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $249,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment

15 Oolna Street, Mt Gambier $169,000 - $179,000 Open by appointment

3 Lee Court, Mt Gambier $315,000 Open by appointment



44 Wehl Street, Mt Gambier $299,000 - $319,000 Open by appointment

4+ 2 4+

Sale 4



Sale 5

1 Duigan Street, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment

212 Fern Road, Mil-Lel 3+ Highest & Best Offers by 21st Dec 12pm Open by appointment



Sale 4



4 Eagle Crt, Worrolong Highest & Best Offers by 11th Jan 2021 Open by appointment


2+ 5

Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale 262 Commercial Street, Mt Gambier $229,000 - $239,000 Open by appointment

Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

Sale 4



Sale 9/36 Harrald Street, Mt Gambier $279,500 Open by appointment

Hayley Williams Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

2 Glenmont Crescent, Mt Gambier $269,000 - $279,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3

1+ 3

75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier $445,000 - $475,000 Open by appointment


Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment

Sale 3

1 +



3 Witoinga Place, Mt Gambier $169,000 Open by appointment


8 Coral Cove, Pt MacDonnell $91,000 Open by appointment




Sale 3



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

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405


Sale Vacant Land

18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Property of the week Unique character Church offers rural living

Sale 1 Carey Court, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 RLA 291953

67 Kirip Road, Glencoe. Auction Fri 8th Jan 1pm (unless sold prior) Open by appointment




Set on 3 titles, this property was erected in 1906, has a 6-star energy rating & sweeping rural views. 20-minutes from Mt Gambier & 250m away from the primary school. The church has been left as original featuring thick stone walls, stained glass, Baltic pine ceiling & floor(currently carpeted). Kitchen offers a large freestanding, s/steel electric oven, gas cooktop and s/steelrange. Crafted timber floor hallway with curved, timber wall structure, creates a lounge room space featuring wood burning fire. The property offers economic heating & cooling, with new electrical wiring and plumbing, energy efficient LED lights, environmental AA Worm Farm septic system, evacuated tube solar HWS, concrete floor garage with adjoining carport. Features include, cubby house, garden shed, established garden, sunken fire pit area and three 5,000 gallon rainwater tanks.

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

THURSDAY 5.00-5.30


12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

22 Tenison Dr, Mt Gambier

5 2 3

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30



Jason Malseed 0419 032 795


376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

3 2 5

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15



Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

79 North Tce, Mt Gambier

5 4 4


4 2 2


Jason Malseed 0419 032 795



14 Arthur St, Penola

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795


62 Sea Pde & 63 Milstead St, Pt Mac

6 4




1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989


Jason 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15 Second St, Millicent

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy 0468 692 993

Courtney 8724 9999

Sam 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

4 2 8

Kelli 8724 9999

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


Kira 8724 9999

Tanya 8724 9999

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 2,032m2

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

18 Racketts Rd, Pelican Point

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


Lot 59 Gully Crt, Mil Lel

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

3 1 4


3 1 1




1.37 Hectares

H&B Offers by 15th Jan 2021

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier



From 1,202m2


3 1 6


4 2



8 Bay Rd, Allendale

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Lot 101, 102, 103, 104 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

169 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

24-26 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves $365,000-$375,000

Kathy 8733 1989

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3 1 2


3 1 3

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

4 Watts Ave, Millicent


15 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416

Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

14 Webb Street, Mount Gambier

4 Sim Street, Mount Gambier



WEDNESDAY 5.15-5.45

SATURDAY 11.00-11.30



Fantastic value for money stone home set in a much sought-after central location, on the edge of the Rail Lands walking trail. The home boasts 3 large bedrooms, all with BIR’s. The lounge room could alternatively make a spacious 4th bedroom. The beautifully updated kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking looks out to both the second living room as well as the family/dining room. Private & spacious deck/outdoor entertaining area which is accessed through French doors from the second living room. Extras include modern updated furnishings, stunning original floorboards, new s/s air con unit, gas ducted heating throughout, separate 2nd toilet, gas hot water services, NBN & low maintenance gardens.

Positioned in a tidy cul-de-sac you will find this lovely 3 bedroom brick and tile home. All bedrooms are carpeted with bedrooms 1 & 3 containing built-in robes. The separate lounge offers split system air conditioning and the renovated kitchen/meals area is complete with electric amenities, dishwasher, double sink and pantry cupboard. The bathroom is central to the bedrooms and contains separate bath and shower with the very recent additions of a new vanity and new shower screen. The separate toilet is positioned beside the bathroom. Stow your boat in the carport which leads through to the double car garage which is complete with concrete floor and power.

$299,000-$329,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 28 21 WERONA ST, MT GAMBIER $239,000-$249,000

4 1 3 40 WILLOW AVE, MT GAMBIER $449,000-$479,000

- Huge open plan kitchen/dining/living area plus large 2nd living room which adjoins the pergola area - Master bedroom suite, which includes BIR & ensuite plus extra 3 double bedrooms - Outside offers immaculately kept gardens, detached alfresco area offering built-in barbeque & pizza oven, 2500 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home & excellent shedding!

24 Hedley Street, Mount Gambier

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

3 1 1

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

4 2 6




4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER $425,000-$465,000

$790,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

3 2 8

Al Lamond 0419 849 266

3 1 2



Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

Positioned in a premier location, this magnificent inner-city home has been beautifully renovated, offering the best in modern living, with style and sophistication from every angle. Superbly placed with views across the dining area and balcony, the kitchen is a cook’s dream with granite bench tops, Zip hydro tap and 900mm gas/electric cooker. Two additional living spaces provide both formal and casual areas to entertain and unwind. With French doors opening onto a private rear yard, the master bedroom resembles resort style accommodation, featuring an opulent en-suite with underfloor heating and large WIR. An outstanding feature of this property is the garaging, including double garage UMR, 9m x 7m garage with high clearance, plus 14m x 7m garage with w/shop.

- Exceptionally well presented three bedroom Mount Gambier stone home - Flexible floor plan offering 2 living areas or possible 4 bedroom - Updated kitchen/dining area with 900mm gas upright cooker & dishwasher - Paved entertaining area with beautiful views to Centenary Tower

SATURDAY 11.00-11.30 - Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher - Enjoy the views outside on the wrap around balcony - Storage room located in the basement of the building



SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

- Four bedrooms, master with ensuite and built-in robes in 3 bedrooms - Open plan living incorporating family, kitchen & dining area and stunning two pak kitchen with 900 oven, glass splash backs & dishwasher - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout - Spacious alfresco living with the added bonus of an extra large paved pergola area & low maintenance grounds Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

3 1 3


SATURDAY 10.15-10.45

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

- Solid stone home offering separate lounge & family room plus a freshly painted dine-in kitchen - Three good sized bedrooms and updated bathroom - Featuring high ceilings and lovely timber flooring - Single garage is complete with concrete floor & power - Positioned in a great central location, within minutes of shops, schools and playground - Endless potential for investors or first home buyers





SATURDAY 9.30-10.00

$225,000-$235,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

2 2 2

- Delightful two bedroom stone unit in a fantastic location - Features include open lounge/kitchen with gas heating, a/c unit & ceiling fan, gas cooking and pantry - Bathroom with shower and toilet and separate laundry, instant gas hot water - Outside offers a private courtyard with room to enjoy your own bit of garden Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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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

53 Suttontown Road, Mount Gambier


Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

18-20 Kingsley Road, Allendale East


SATURDAY 12.30-1.00

SATURDAY 12.30-1.00



A beautifully manicured front yard ensures maximum street appeal, as does the homely exposed brick façade. With a practical u-shaped, dual entrance driveway, single lock up remote garage and a covered 3.1m high clearance, triple length carport you have loads of parking. Inside the home features multiple living areas, an expansive lounge and dining area with gas wall heater & r/c air-con and a kitchen with timber cabinetry, high-end appliances and plenty of space. Three generous bedrooms, master with ensuite & WIR and remaining two bedrooms with BIR’s. Outside offers an undercover entertaining area, flat back yard and a massive 6m x 5m shed with a 3m x 5m addition that has power & concreted floor.

Conveniently located a short drive from the sea, you’ll find this very well presented solid stone home, situated on a generous 2008m2 allotment. This inviting three bedroom family home features open plan kitchen/dining area which leads to an enclosed pergola to the side. Kitchen featuring solid blackwood timber cabinetry with dishwasher, updated benchtops & brand new electric appliances. The master bedroom includes walk-in robe as well as ensuite bathroom. Outside the home offers extensive shedding as well as two driveway entry points for excellent off street parking. Extras include brand new carpets, recently painted throughout, additional shedding, 12 month old 5kW solar system with 2 batteries, combination of both rain & bore water with new extensive filtration system to purify the water.

$329,000-$339,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN 1.97 HA

- Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 11th January at 12 Noon (If not sold prior) - Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - Huge undercover pergola & multiple living spaces - Private & secluded sanctuary, true one-of-a-kind


- Expressions of Interest closing Friday 18th December at 12noon (if not sold prior) - Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world - Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 square home - Intuitive floor plan is divided into two wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views

53 Hill Road, OB Flat

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 4 ASHBY DR, NENE VALLEY Openn Negotiation

- Final Bidding Stage Monday 11th January 2021 at 6pm (if not sold prior) - This two year old beach house literally has the beach at your front door and comes completely furnished - Designed to take in the sea views, with the living room having large glass sliding doors to look out at the ever-changing ocean landscape - Securely fenced yard with brand new timber fence

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- Expressions of Interest closing Monday 21st December 2020 at 12noon (if not sold prior) - Seafront properties with direct beach access rarely come to market! - Offering amazing views plus an open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with r/c split air-con, versatile floor plan with 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms & 2 living areas, beautiful North facing pergola area

10 McGregor Street, Mount Gambier

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

3 1 1

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

3 1 3


Located only minutes from Mount Gambier, and a short drive to Nelson or Port MacDonnell. This exceptional country property offers an a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom solid brick home, privately positioned well back from the road, on an elevated allotment in the highly sought after OB Flat area. Impressive features of this property include an energy efficient solar hot water system, well established orchard & vegetable garden with glass house, fenced into 3 paddocks (plus house yard) with established tree shelter belts, 30 acres of highly productive rich volcanic soil for horticulture production, separate shedding with rainwater plumbed to house & equipped bore to troughs. The purchaser has the option to have an income from a casual lease if required. $675,000-$715,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$329,000-$349,000 Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266

This solid brick and tile home features timber floorboards throughout. The central West facing lounge room offers a ceiling fan, slow combustion wood fire and central gas heating. The open concept dining and kitchen features original cabinetry with updated splash back and upright electric cooker. All three queen size bedrooms have BIR’s. The fully enclosed back yard features two huge avocado trees, has double gates allowing rear yard access to the single car garage with power, a second driveway providing extra parking space for a car or caravan, garden shedding caters for wood or tool storage and the carport provides an outdoor entertaining space. 4 2 6

$229,000-$239,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Shop local this Christmas Chamber of Commerce backs spending money in our own backyard Encouraging the Mount Gambier community to shop local has always been a focus of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce and it has never been more important than in 2020 when the local business landscape has never faced such significant challenges. Chamber of Commerce president Hayley Neumann is spruiking the shop local message as passionately as any business owner and that is why the Mount gambier Chamber of Commerce has been happy to work with Lifestyle1 to promote the wide variety of amazing businesses we have in Mount Gambier and to highlight the business owners, who work hard to provide our community with a great choice of product, not only at Christmas time but all year round. Santa visited the district for Santa’s Boulevard, our reimagined Christmas parade, and with the Mount Gambier City Council decorations adorning our streets, the nativity scene in place at the Cave Gardens, and local businesses also getting into the festive spirit with their stores draped in Yuletide themed displays, Christmas is on our doorstep. Christmas carols are filling the air and local retailers are looking to make your Christmas shopping enjoyable and successful. The retail sector is the largest employer group in Mount Gambier, making it even more important to support our local businesses as not only do they provide employment for you and your neighbours, but they also provide support for our local schools, charities and sporting clubs. And this advertising feature dovetails perfectly into the recently launched ‘Big, Small – Support Us All’ campaign – a collaboration between the Chamber, the City of Mount Gambier, Women in Business and Regional Development (WiBRD) and Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC). “Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, our local businesses have taken a hit and we’d

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really love for our community to shop and support local in the lead up to Christmas more than ever before,” Ms Neumann said. “I am excited by the collaboration that has formed during COVID with Women in Business & Regional Development, the local RDA and City of Mount Gambier. We have some truly amazing organisations out there, who don’t need to compete, who need to work together.” The campaign launched with a competition which runs until Sunday, December 20, with ten $100 vouchers provided as prizes. To enter the competition, participants must like, share and tag three friends on the Big Small, Support Us All Facebook or Instagram pages and also ‘like’ the WiBRD and Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Facebook and Instagram pages. Winners will be drawn on Monday, December 21 and will receive a $100 voucher from a list of member organisations that have ‘opted in’ to be a part of the competition, with a total of $1000 in prizes to be awarded. “As president of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I just encourage you to shop locally this Christmas,” Ms Neumann said. “Whether it is the Commercial Street precinct, the Mount Gambier Marketplace or Mount Gambier Central, Mount Gambier is blessed with a wide variety of stores and gift options and plenty of friendly, helpful staff to ensure you find the perfect gift for everyone this Christmas. I would also like to encourage you to consider those less fortunate in our community. Christmas is generally a time for family and friends to gather, but it can also be a very lonely time for many, therefore I urge you to make a contribution to the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal or to one of the many charities available in our city. On behalf of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I thank you for your support throughout 2020 and wish you all a wonderful Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year.”

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RURAL RUNDOWN Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased a little as agents yarded 9972 lambs and 539 sheep to total 10,511 head overall which was a fall of nearly 2500 on the previous week. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers who bid strongly over the offering. Quality dipped this week with a fall in the weight on offer as some lambs start to show signs of drying off in the skin with a large increase in the number of light lambs however the trade still were very keen to secure supply as the sale again sold to dearer trends. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $88 to $138 with the

light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection making from $141 to $154/head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $44 to $147 and they paid from $146 to $156/head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs returned vendors from $149 to $170/head as these lambs ranged from mostly 730c to 760c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $168 to $202 as the extra heavy pens made from $204 to the market high of $235/head. Hoggets ranged from $125 to $170/head. The light ewes made from $103 to $143/head. Heavy ewes sold from $145 to $193/head. The rams sold from $70 to $130/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents offered 1158. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers active across the pens. Quality was generally good with large numbers of cattle with both weight and condition coming forward however the market suffered from some large falls in price for the second week in a row. Vealer steers to the trade lost up to 25c as they made from 354c to a high of 420c with feeders active here from 380c to 415c as restockers purchased to 428c/kg. Vealer heifers to the trade made from 372c to 412c with feeders active to 378c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 338c to 395c with similar heifers making from 284c to 376c/kg. Feeders sought supply from 333c to 409c on steers and from 324c to 368c/kg on heifers. Restockers turned steers back out from 338c to 432c and heifers made up to 350c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks dropped another 12c to 15c as they sold from 310c to 352c to the trade with feeder support here from 322c to 394c/kg. Grown heifers made from 282c to 340c to the trade with feeder activity from 340c to 346c as manufacturing steers sold from 245c to 304c/kg. Heavy cows made from 240c to 288c to ease 5c as the lighter types sold from 180c to 243c as feeders were active from 205c to 278c/kg. Bulls sold from 225c to 280c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY Agents yarded 33,690 new seasons lambs at Hamilton this week. The offering of lambs ranged from plain to excellent with weights being lightly heavier than last Mondays offering with the heavy end showing the better quality and the lighter end lacking bloom due to the prevailing long pasture and the lack of sunshine there was a small number of shorn suckers on offer. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition came from Finley, Mildura. Swan Hill, Bendigo, Horsham, Shepparton, Rosewothy, South East S.A and local areas as well as processors buying to feed on. In an erratic sale where prices fluctuated throughout with prices easing by $5 to $10/head in places with the lambs back to the paddock remaining firm.

Lambs purchased by the restockers sold from $68 to $174 and feeders paid from $132 to $192/head. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $107 to $148/ head, averaging from 750c to 1000c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg made from $134 to $182/head, to average from 700c to 750c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $168 to $214/head, to average from 700c to 750c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $238/head, to average 690c to 710c/kg cwt. The 3 score hoggets sold to a top of $245/head.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 20,329 sheep at Hamilton last week an increase of 3404. There was another excellent offering of sheep with all weights and grades available overall displaying more weight, this week which included some excellent runs of heavy wethers as well as heavy crossbred ewes. All the regular mutton processors were in attendance but again not all fully active. Despite the quality on offer the market took a large correction to be $20 to$30/head softer over most categories. Light to medium sheep 1 and

2 score made from $29 to $96/ head averaging from 480c to 520c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 scores sold from $88 to $147/ head to average from 540c to 580c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $140 to $226/ head to average from 540c to 590c/kg. Heavy Merino wethers made from $170 to $230 to average from 560c to 610c and

the medium weights sold from $120 to $148/head to average from 580c to 600c/kg cwt. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $226/head or to average from 480c to 540c/kg cwt. Hoggets 3 score sold to $198/ head. Rams terminal sires to $80 and Merino rams sold to a top of $80/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 1,623 head as numbers rose at Naracoorte last week. These sold to another large field of trade and processor buyers with feeder and restocker orders also active across the offering. Quality was mixed across the pens with something to suit all buyers as the market sold to another cheaper trend. Vealer steers to the trade made from 405c to 415c to ease up to 8c as similar heifers sold from 348c to 410c/ kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 404c to 420c and

heifers from 370c to 410c as restockers were operating from 420c to 428c on steers and from 345c to 397c/kg on heifers. Yearling steers were small in number as the trade purchased up to 375c along with restockers to 372c as feeders took most of the offering from 314c to 421c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 315c to 380c as feeders were active from 320c to 382c and restockers turned these back out from 320c to 350c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks lost up to 5c as they sold from 290c to 371c to the

trade with feeder support from 316c to 400c/kg on lighter weights. Grown heifers to the trade made from 288c to 350c with feeders active here from 332c to 350c as manufacturing steers sold from 243c to 295c/kg. Heavy cows dropped by 7c as they sold from 270c to 298c with the lighter types making from 248c to 266c as restockers operated from 275c to 310c/kg for some cows that were PTIC. Heavy bulls made from 250c to 288c as lighter types to feed on sold up to 351c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell by around half as agents yarded 8,886 lambs and 3,529 sheep total a combined 12,415 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a large field of active restockers seeking to turn lambs back out. Quality fell away with less of the heavy lambs of recent weeks with a large percentage of the offering being of store condition and becoming dry in the skin, however this didn’t

stop the trade types from improving in price. Light lambs to the trade made from $83 to $127 whilst the trade 2 and 3 score selection were making from $136 to $148/head. Restockers turned light lambs back out from $50 to $133, whilst those with more conditioning made from $137 to $160/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $153 to $174 to average around 750c/kg cwt as the heavy pens made from $168

to $198/head. The few extra heavy lambs sold from $195 to the market high of $231/head. Hoggets were making from $144 to $190/head. The light ewes sold from $42 to $110/head. Medium weight ewes made from $113 to $155 as the heavy types sold from $152 to a high of $223/head. Wethers sold to $181/head. The rams were making from $85 to $142/head.



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A painful realisation... I’ve come to a painful realisation this week. I’ve reached that age where my young work colleagues don’t invite me out for social gatherings anymore. Some of you may be wondering how do I know that age is the reason they’re not inviting me out. How do I know that I’m not obnoxious and simply not being invited because I’m not fun to be around? I hadn’t considered that until just now but I will think that through thoroughly just in case‌ Okay, I’ve thought it through now. hat is not the reason I’m not being invited. I’m delightful company and loved by all which leaves only one possibility. I’m not being invited out because I’m too old. I really don’t know when it


happened. It wasn’t that long ago that I was one of the young staff. We were all in our twenties and thirties, the prime of our lives, with our whole life ahead of us. Regularly on the weekend someone would decide that we should go out somewhere for tea. This might be to a pub. It could be that we’d gather at someone’s home. There were times where tea wasn’t a focus of the evening and it was more about a social drink. But it’s fair to say I would generally get an invite. I was one of the gang. But at some point I became one of the oldies at my workplace. At some point people seem to have decided that I was a different generation to them and that I wasn’t one of the cool kids. To be fair, I don’t blame them and I understand it. Why would someone want me around? In my younger days I knew what was happening in the world and could make intelligent conversation. I watched the news, followed my favourite sports, interacted regularly with other adults and left my house for a variety of purposes. I knew bands and songs that were popular at that point in time, not just from fifteen years ago. None of these things are true anymore. I have no idea what’s happening outside of my house. My children haven’t let me watch the news for years. I never get to watch my favourite sports because they’re not animated movies featuring talking animals

or magical dragons. I don’t remember the last conversation I had with an adult that didn’t feature a little person poking me in the arm repeatedly saying, “Daaad.� The only group I know that has made music over the last fifteen years are the bloody Wiggles. So what would I talk about? I sometimes wish I had time to do

the things I want to do, and then I try to figure out what that would be. It’s at this point that I realise I have no idea what I would want to do anymore, even if I had time. I can’t identify a hobby or an interest I have. So why would anyone want to hang out with me? The only purpose I can think of is possibly to give them something to

aspire to not be. If they hung out with me they could think, “I need to make sure I don’t end up like Robbie. Look at the empty look in his eyes and the clear lack of hope he has for his future. He is a shell of a man. I have to make sure that doesn’t happen to me.� I try to give my friends the vibe that I’m the same person I always was; I haven’t changed that much. I could still hang with them. And then I hear myself saying things like,“Sorry I can’t come out tonight. Lebron has drum lessons on a Monday.� Or, “No I can’t go for a drink. I promised Shaquille that I’d have a Nerf gun fight with him.� Back in my twenties I used to see guys in their forties at the pub with a bunch of youngsters in their early twenties and think,“What a desperate loser, desperately clinging to false hope that he’s still relevant. They don’t want him around. It’s like hanging out with your creepy uncle.� Now my greatest ambition in life is to be that guy. To be really clear about where I’m at as a human being in 2020, one of my colleagues gave me a Netflix gift card as a Kris Kringle present today and I thought, “That would make a nice bookmark.� And I know what Netflix is, but I just thought I’d rather a new bookmark. If you hate your life the way that I hate my life, email me at









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B DOUBLE PRE-LOADER Afternoon Shift - Mount Gambier We currently have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Driver/ Storeperson to join our Despatch team as a Pre-Loader, working afternoon shift between our Mount Gambier sites. In this position, you will be required to work independently, using a forklift to load and unload trucks, deliver loads between sites, pick product and assemble loads and undertake other general duties relating to despatch / warehousing. The successful applicant must have: • A current MC licence (essential) with a good driving record (evidence will be required) • A current Forklift licence (essential) • Warehouse and delivery experience • Excellent time management and organisational skills • Basic computer skills (an advantage) To secure this role, you will be enthusiastic, reliable and self-motivated, work well on your own and enjoy working in a team environment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination, which includes functional, audiometric, alcohol and drug testing. Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer For more information and to submit an application, please visit

Occupational Therapist Boandik is a leading provider of services to the aged and disabled in the South East of South Australia with the head office based in Mount Gambier. You have the opportunity to join a cohesive team of professionals to provide high quality and evidence based therapy services. This full-time position will be responsible for provision of occupational therapy services to both residential and community clients. We offer: • A strong focus on wellbeing of clients • The challenge of a variety of programs • A relaxed, friendly and supportive work environment • Extensive salary packaging • Opportunities for professional and personal development We are seeking a person who has: • Empathy and understanding for the individual • Effective communication and interpersonal skills • Initiative and self-motivation Please email to request an application for employment pack, or from the website, Any questions regarding the position to Trish Patzel, Executive Community Manager on 8724 1251. Applications including a statement addressing the key responsibilities and details of 2 referees to the above email address or to Human Resource Manager, Boandik, 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier. Applications close Friday 18 December 2020

Automotive Stock Controller / Receptionist / Registration Delgate OGR is a well established, multi-franchise and multi-award winning new vehicle dealership in the Lower South East, SA. We are 3rd generation family owned & have been in operation for over 60 years. OGR pride ourselves on the service we provide to our customers, not just leading up to the sale but also well after the sale has been made. OGR are currently looking for a Receptionist / Stock Controller / Registration Delegate to join our friendly Administration team! This role is ideally suited to a professional, enthusiastic, highly motivated, results-orientated, team-player with a passion for driving success. This role is crucial to ensuring the smooth running of the dealership, therefore it suits somebody who knows how to work efficiently under pressure and thrives on being organised. Job Responsibilities: • Stock swaps with dealer network • Registering vehicles • Creating and maintaining new & used vehicle stock records within our Pentana systems • Maintaining accurate stock lists • Sourcing of stock to satisfy customer needs & arranging logistics accordingly • Building & maintaining relationships with external Franchisers • Liaising with Managers and Salespeople to ensure efficient movement of vehicles into stock and promptly for delivery to customers • Administration duties Previous experience in the motor industry, in particular stock control, is advantageous / desirable but not necessary. Training will be provided. This position requires a high level of attention to detail with an outstanding work ethic. • Police clearance for Registering Vehicles • Exceptional attention to detail and time management skills • Valid driver’s licence • Intermediate computer skills, great phone and email etiquette / communication with strong interpersonal skills. This is a fulltime position, 8:30am-5:00pm Monday to Friday. Saturday mornings by monthly roster.

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If you possess the skills required and have a passion to join our driven team please email your confidential resume to: Applications close: 9am Monday 21 December 2020.

Condition Monitoring & Reliability Technician Jubilee Sawmill

A Business in Mount Gambier requires Automotive parts online sales assistant to join their team with this role being focused on the sales of spare parts and accessories for motorcycle brands for both on and off the road models. Duties will include, but not limited to: • Daily processing of online and in-store customer orders including placing orders with our suppliers • Daily monitoring of back orders and providing order status updates to customers

OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Mill has received significant investment over the last 5 years with state of the art technology, making it one of the premier mills in Australia with a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This sawmill is the largest in South Australia with OFO being a huge contributor of supporting local employment, the economy and regional communities. OFO have a combined sawmilling portfolio capable of processing 1M / m3 of log annually. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success and we are passionate about being a great place to work. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, as the Condition Monitoring Technician, you will be a key member of the Maintenance Team across the site, enabling continuous improvement, proactive solutions and striving for operational excellence. With a best practice mind-set, the breadth of this critical role will take responsibility for, but not limited to: • Provide high level monitoring support that produces the data and information to enable maximum uptime of equipment • Accountability of the adherence to best practice safe work procedures across all maintenance activities • Maintenance systems performance improvement • Monitoring, maintaining and improving the preventative, predictive and proactive maintenance programs to maintain operational effectiveness • Monitoring, maintaining and improving the plant lubrication system • Improve the proactive culture to advance reliability • Ensure compliance with processes, policies & procedures An extensive, relevant technical background, along with mechanical experience gained from a medium to heavy industry background is preferred. Related sector exposure within the sawmilling industry would be highly regarded. Salary is commensurate with experience.

• Daily picking, packing, labelling and dispatching of online orders • Receiving, checking and putting away in-coming stock including monitoring and maintaining packaging levels • Data entry on various computer based systems • Liaising with both customers / suppliers via phone and email • Counter Sales • Data entry and invoicing • Organise freight and courier pick ups Requirements for the role include:



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• Intermediate to advanced computing skills, including ability to use complex order fulfilment software and back-end e-commerce platform (on the job training to be provided), point of sale software, as well as Microsoft Outlook • A passion for customer service, with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, ensuring customer complaints are handled in an empathetic, patient and timely manner • An energetic and motivated work ethic with the ability to work independently, take initiative and be self-directed in the role • Demonstrate experience in retail wholesale automotive parts sales is very favourable • Exceptional communication and organisation skills including written and verbal communication • Excellent administration skills and strong attention to detail • A desire to provide positive customer experience each and every time • Maintain a safe working environment • Able to work in a fast-paced environment that will require multi-tasking • Must be physically fit and able to stand, sit, move, squat, walk and climb during the course of the working day as manual lifting will be a requirement • Hold a current drivers licence with Forklift licence desirable Conditions: • This is a fulltime position Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential. Applications are to be received no later than: 5.00pm Monday 21st December, 2020 and should be addressed to: Grace McNally, Gramac Solutions

Enquiries about the role can be directed to Andrew Hoath, 08 8721 2889. Send applications by COB Friday 18th December 2020 to Karen Shanahan

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11 Blackwood Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 Phone: 08 8723 0799 ABN: 38 912 790 896

Qualified Plumber/Gas Fitter Hirth Plumbing are seeking an experienced plumber (maintenance skills preferable) with a positive attitude who fits our team. About the Company: • • • •

Our company undertakes work in the domestic & commercial plumbing sectors. Maintenance plumbing for real estate agents and commercial clients. Building, construction and renovations. Family orientated business. What we’re looking for:

• Experience in maintenance plumbing. • Ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team – displaying excellent communication/ organisational/problem solving skills. • Reliable, honest and professional. • Ideally based within the Limestone Coast region. • Willingness to undergo a current Police check & Working with Children’s check. • Full Australian work rights with a full Australian driver’s license. What’s in it for you: • • • • • •

A variety of work and locations in Limestone Coast region. Full-time position with overtime available. Company van, uniform and tablet. Support and on-going ‘on-the-job’ training. Opportunities to grow within the business. Great job security.

Applications and enquiries to 11 Blackwood Street, Mount Gambier 8723 0799 or 0418 838 060 or email to by COB 31/12/2020.

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Human Resources Advisor Initial 18-month contract role

Chicken pasta bake with salsa 250g pkt Barilla Red Lentil Penne (or pasta of choice) 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 1 red onion, finely chopped 1 red capsicum, deseeded, finely chopped 1 green capsicum, deseeded, finely chopped 3 garlic cloves, crushed 2 teaspoons ground cumin 2 tablespoons chipotle in adobo sauce 500g chicken mince 400g can cherry tomatoes 250ml (1 cup) passata 1 tablespoon dried oregano leaves 200g (2 1/2 cups) coarsely grated cheddar Sour cream, to serve (optional) AVOCADO SALSA 1 avocado, coarsely chopped 2 large radishes, quartered 1/3 cup fresh coriander leaves 2 green shallots, thinly sliced 1 lime, juiced Method Cook pasta in a large saucepan of boiling water following packet directions or until al dente. Drain. Meanwhile, heat oil in a large nonstick frying pan over high heat. Add onion and capsicum. Reduce heat to medium-low. Cook, stirring for 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add garlic. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until aromatic. Add cumin and chipotle. Stir to coat. Add chicken. Cook, breaking up any lumps with a wooden spoon, for 5 minutes or until browned. Add tomatoes, passata, oregano and 250ml (1 cup) water. Season, cover and simmer for 15 minutes or until liquid has reduced slightly. Stir in pasta and 80g (1 cup) cheddar. Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan forced. Grease a 20 x 28cm baking dish. Add mixture. Press down. Top with remaining cheddar. Bake for 25 minutes or until golden. Set aside for 10 minutes to rest. Meanwhile, to make salsa, combine all ingredients in a bowl. Top pasta bake with salsa and sour cream, if using. Season.

OneFortyOne knows how important it is to manage our plantations for the long term. In growing the ultimate renewable, we support jobs, the economy and regional communities. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success and we are passionate about being a great place to work. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the region’s most sought after employers of choice as this high profile, values lead and community connected business continues to grow. Reporting to the regions Head of Human Resources, as Human Resources Advisor, you will be a key member of the Mt Gambier based Human Resources team, as you support and partner the business taking responsibility for but not limited to the following: • Scope to build best practice HR Process • Development and implementation of HR/Payroll initiatives and practices • HR/Payroll policy oversight and documentation development • Supporting leaders with general HR/Payroll practices • End to end recruitment A curious, can-do and creative mindset with plenty of hands-on experience establishing HR systems and processes will be ideal as this progressive organisation moves towards HR best practice. Strong records management and document control with great attention to detail will be essential as will your open, communicative and partnering stakeholder management approach. Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Appropriate tertiary skills together with relevant experience as part of an HR team is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact Susie Rogers 0n 0414 350 762 or email to apply.

Production Supervisor We are seeking to fill the position of a Production Supervisor. This role will require you to have superior communication skills, vision and flexibility, adaptability and strong time management proficiency. The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate the ability to: • Proactively maintain an ongoing relationship with current clients addressing their needs and requests, to proactively seek new opportunities and clients and to promote our Company products and services. • Oversee all aspects of workshop activities involving mechanical, heavy and light fabrications. • Control of team job performance involving labour and material costs, preparation and maintenance of production schedules. • Quotation preparation. • White Card, Crane/Forklift licence desirable but not essential. Attractive Salary Package commensurate with experience. Comprehensive Job Role and Functions available on request. Please forward your resume to Krueger Engineering, Email:, Phone: (08) 8726 2200. Or drop in to 2 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier.



Bad week for Tigers



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Baseballers play catch up round Two shortened games were played mid week in Division 1 baseball to catch up lost lockdown games. Tuesday night’s game saw Federal pitted against South Indians. Federal scored three runs from five consecutive safehits in the bottom of the third dig. Clay Carpenter and Alex Reppin singled, Wade Chant hit a twobagger followed by singles to Matt Nicholls and Brady Cooper to score three. The Demons added one more in the fourth when Alex Pearson found himself aboard on a strike out passed ball and crossed the plate on Reppin’s fielder’s choice infield hit. A series of errors invaded the Indians defence in the bottom of the fifth allowing Federal to add six more runs to the scoreline. Nicholls on, on a wild throw, Cooper singled, Nicholls scored on a wild pitch, Shane Howard drew a walk, Zeb Chant’s hit into an infield error scored Cooper, Josh Wilsmore on, on a fielder’s choice, Pearson picked a walk, Clay Carpenter aboard on a fielder’s choice scoring Chant, Wilsmore scored on Alex Reppin’s sacrifice fly to left-field, Wade Chant’s two base hit batted in Pearson and finally Carpenter crossed the plate on Nicholls hit into an infield error. That run saw the Federal score rise to ten giving them a ten run to nil mercy rule win inside the two hour time limit.

Wednesday night’s game saw Tigers get away to very good start and looked like they were on song. Brayden Morton led off with a two base hit and was batted in by Garth Ransom’s two-bagger to rightfield. He scored on an infield error giving Tigers a two run start. This however was their only score for the game. In the top of the second, big hitting Dylan Gull doubled to leftfield and scored on Koby Chant’s hit into an infield error. In the third, Brock Keding bunted safely and was batted in by Gull’s single to rightfield. He was batted in when Jordan Aston’s hit to leftfield landed safe. Two more added to the score in the top of the sixth with two out. Aston drew a base on ball and Alex Ridding’s hit into short stop forced an error. Both of these runners crossed home on Kyall McClean’s hit to centrefield. The Magpies final two runs came in the next inning. Dylan Chuck found himself at first on a wild throw and Keding walked. Chuck scored on a wild pitch and a single base hit from Ethan Chuck batted in Keding. At the time limit game was called giving Central the win seven runs to two. . Tigers suffer their second loss inside four days when they fronted up to Federal at the weekend. Tigers, batting first again got away to a very good start putting two runs on the board. Hayden Jones triple to centrefield saw him

Attamurra ladies celebrate

It was a colourful spectacle when 55 ladies dressed in Christmas attire participated in the annual Christmas fun day at Attamurra. A 9 hole Ambrose was played using some challenging equipment, including a cricket bat, child’s putter and hockey stick, on some holes, before enjoying a delicious lunch followed by a fashion parade by Redgum Country and the inevitable skit. Winners on the day were Janina Morrison, Tatiana Jurkov, Jennette Braun and Kerry Pedlar. Runners up were Maxine McGregor, Rab Headlam, Yvonne Shirley and Andrea Pegler. Accuracy drives were won by

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Heather Chapman (golfer), Carol Edwards (non-golfer), and the pro shot was won Lois Harvey and her team. The final trophy presentations for this year were presented to Faye Mainwaring, who won the Handicap Match Play Championship, sponsored by Anne Schrapel, with Helen McIntyre runner up. Lorraine Bruhn, representing Limestone Holdings, presented the Olympic Trophy to Heather Barry. CHRISTMAS EVENT WINNERS: Janina Morrison, Tatiana Jurkov, Jennette Braun & Kerry Pedlar with their prizes.

stand up at third base and Garth Ransom picked a base on ball. They were both batted in when Jacob English hit safely to centrefield. Federal , through Alex Pearson, hit into an error and scored on a wild throw. They tied the game up in the third dig when Zeb Chant drew a walk and scored on Matt Nicholls single also to centrefield. Tigers regained the lead in the fourth when lead-off batter Jesse Foster doubled and was batted in by Matt Thompson’s two-bagger. They added another in the top of the fifth when English came up with a two base hit and crossed the plate on Foster’s single. Morton found himself safe at first when his infield hit created an error and eventually scored on a passed ball giving Tigers a five run to two lead. This however, was the end of the penny section as the Demons hit their straps in the bottom of the sixth. Nicholls doubled, Patzel picked a walk, Josh Wilsmore hit safely scoring Nicholls and Roy Hutchesson picked a base on ball loading the bases. Blake McAdam hit into an error at leftfield scoring Patzel. Pearson then came up with a booming hit to rightfield which saw Wilsmore, Hutchesson and Patzel all cross the home plate. Federal took the lead seven runs to five and that remained the final score. FULL RESULTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

The Borderline Speedway can count its opening night a success, almost selling out its 1000 ticket limit for the first meeting of the season, almost a month after the original season start date. With Formula 500, sprintcars, late models and wingless sprints on the program, as well as a good sprinkling of local talent across all categories, the stage was set for a great night’s racing. Penola’s Brad Gartner was the pick of the locals finishing second in the Late Model event, but the rest of the night saw slim pickings for those looking to cheer locals home. In the Formula 500 A main, local hopes Josh Munn and Ryan Harry only lasted around four laps before mechanical issues ended their charge for the podium, while in sprintcar action the night finished even earlier for top local chance Glenn Sutherland, who hit the wall in heat one, ending his night with a cracked chassis. Scott Enderl, almost looking to impress on his home track, was out after 15 laps in the final, while in better news, there was a local connection with Daniel Pestka (pictured top right) finishing third in a local car – the Stark sprintcar. Results for the wingless sprints were unavailable at press time.

The Borderline’s next event is December 28. “Roll on another good night’s racing on December 28 – that’s our next big show,” president Cary Jennings said. “All the competitors are really keen. We can’t thank all the competitors and volunteers for making sure speedway got back up and running.” Terry Rankin won the Formula 500; Ryan Jones took home the sprintcar event and Cameron Pearson beat out Gartner for the Late Models title. PLENTY OF ACTION: Local wingless sprint star Mitchell Broome in the thirck of the action on Saturyda night. PHOTOS COURTESY OF STEVE RICE


Fox & Waugh take out rescheduled pairs event A strong contingent of 34 men’s pairs contested the RSL Bowling Club for their re-programmed Annual Hams Day. Bowlers from several clubs around the district entered this popular event and most would say that the conditions were very challenging due to frequent showers and strong winds throughout the day. The event consisted of everyone playing four games of 10 ends in a two and walk format. The event was sponsored by SE Funerals. There was also a kind donation of two hams from Garry Burke and his family in memory of the late David Edwards. The winners of the event with four wins for the day were Michael Fox and Chris Waugh with an overall score of 109 and a half points. Runners up, also with four wins for the day, were a new pairing of Alby McIntyre and Leon Fox, who accumulated 106 points. Third with three wins for the day on 90 and a half points were Billy Bremner and Peter Clark. Fourth also with three wins and with 88 and a half points were Tony Renzi and Peter Reppin and the final hams winners in fifth position and also on three wins and 88 and a half points were Graeme Smith and Steve Farrell. HAMMING IT UP: Winners of the RSL Bowling Club Hams Day Michael Fox & Chris Waugh with sponsor representative Grant Sims, from SE Funerals (centre).

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Warriors Blue bounce back



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While Concordes White survive a close contest After a terrific win last week Concordes White w looking to maintain momentum against a rapidly improving Warriors White side. With weather conditions much more conducive to softball at the weekend, Taylor Wilsmore was accurate early for Warriors, holding Concordes to two runs despite some early hits. Billie Jones was feeling the heat on the mound for Concordes thanks to some good hitting and aggressive base running by Warriors, who scored twoof their own in the first. Coach Jo Hopgood stepped up with a three bagger off Wilsmore and was scored by Megan Wombwell to give Concordes a lead, which they

MGDTA Results DIVISION ONE Centrals/Uniting Church 7-60 d Reidy Park 5-55 Men’s singles: A. Van Den Hurk d Z. Young 6-4; M. Heemskerk lost to C. Kelly 5-7; B. Gaffney d Joel Childs 7-6. Women’s singles: A. Dunn d E. Edwards 6-3; C. Walker lost to S. Edwards 4-6; J. Delaney d J. Young 6-2. West Gambier v Glencoe (no results available) DIVISION TWO Suttontown Tigers 9-65 d Uniting Church 3-42; Mount Schank 7-54 d Mount gambier 5-46; Reidy park 7-53 d West Gambier Blue 5-54; Glencoe Gold 9-64 d Centrals 3-32; Glencoe Maroon v West Gambier (no results available). DIVISION THREE Uniting Church - BYE; Moorak v Suttontown (no results available); Mil Lel Green 9-64 d Mount Schank 3-35; Glencoe/Centrals v West Gambier (no result available); Mount Gambier 8-57 d Mil Lel Blue 4-37. LADIES DOUBLES Reidy Red - BYE; Uniting Church 6-36 d Reidy Royal 0-2; Mil Lel 2-36 d Allendale East 3-25. MIXED DOUBLES Mount Gambier Blue - BYE; Mil lel 4-35 d Suttontown 2-31 (no other results available from this grade).

built on when young gun Brandi Miller smoked a three bagger past rightfield to score her runner and eventually herself. Concordes then took a chance and mixed it up a bit by using the off-speed pitching of Hopgood for the second half of the game, and it proved to be a good move, with only one run off three hits being scored against her over three innings. Youngster Maddy Bignell started her own highlight reel with a terrific catch at centre ield for Warriors, with sister Caitlyn not to be outdone with two safehits and some excellent work in the field but in the end, Concordes snuck home 5 runs to 3. The first two innings were a tight contest when Wanderers took on Warriors Blue, with both teams getting a couple of base runners on - Wanderers care of singles to Teresa Hatch and young gun Lily Clifford-Finch but without score, while Warriors Blue had Leyna Bruggemann hit a single up the middle then was scored by a

Simone McDonald RBI to put Blues in the lead. McDonald (pictured) was outstanding and ended the game with five RBIs, three safehits, two catches including a sharp line drive and a superb piece of bare hand fielding. Kirsty Young contemplated her options playing a new role at second base but showed her class with two outs and a safehit. Mel Chuck had her back as did Skylea Tindall who was a powerful return to the batting line up. Wanderers pitcher Rej Smith was a welcome addition for her first game of the season striking out four Warriors bats. Bruggemann’s pitching was well backed by her team, giving up a total of five hits and the three Wanderers runs came late in the game care of mother daughter combo Fiona Finch getting a single to right later followed by another Clifford-Finch hit. Cathy Whiting also hit the ball hard with one safe hit always being a hard out. Bec White had another great game for Blue scorching two

safehits, Bruggemann ended with three, and Kelly Doyle a sharp single as a result of a long battle of an at bat. Once the opening run came in the second inning for Blues, they added to their total each dig regaining form and taking back the top of the ladder from Wanderers. RESULTS Concordes White 5 (J Hopgood, B Jones, K Altschwager, B Miller, E Sutherland) d Warriors White 3 (C Bignell 2; J Koop, B Dunn, C Chaplin); Warriors Blue 10 (L Bruggemann, S McDonald 3; B White 2; K Young, K Doyle) d Wanderers 3 (L Clifford-Finch 2; F Finch, C Whiting, T Hatch)

Freeman, Wilson & Chirgwin claim triples Thursday’s Mens’ Aggregate drawn competition was played in a Triples format with a strong entry of 30 bowlers contesting the Mount Gambier RSL & District event. Tony Freeman, Graham Wilson and Rick Chirgwin (pictured) were victorious for the day with a controlled display of bowling in challenging conditions gaining two wins and 51 shots up. Runners-up with two wins and 50 shots up were Garry Fox, Garry Walters and Alex Heesemans with other two game winners Lyndsay Moyle, Dave Beaman and Eddie Smith came a close third with 49 shots up. Well done to all competing for an enjoyable day. Saturday Social Bowls at the RSL Bowling Club was also played and the winning team for the day was Rick Falaize, Julie Beaman and Chris Fenwick. This Saturday is the last Social Bowls for the year and a special afternoon tea will be served after the games.

Attamurra’s Saturday stableford A stableford round was played on Saturday in warm, windy conditions, with fast greens and a two way countback was necessary to determine the winner. Janina Morrison, who played in the winning group on Wednesday, finished with 37 points which included 22 points on the homeward nine. Morrison nudged out Bernie Jennings who played a solid game to also finish with 37. A highlight for the ladies was Kerry Pedlar when she eagled the 17th hole. Pedlar’s third shot 50 metres out from the green found the hole and rewarded her with a collection of balls from the eagle’s nest. The par 3 prizes were shared by mother and daughter, Kerry Pedlar won the pro shot on the 8th and Bev Pedlar claimed the nearest the pin on the 16th hole.


Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT Mount Gambier Red 55/14 d Mount Gambier Blue 37/0; Port MacDonnell 59/12 d Mount Gambier Green 38/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 70/14 d Port MacDonnell Blue 32/0; Naracoorte RSL 58/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 42/0; Naracoorte - BYE. LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Kingston 65/14 d Mount Gambier 27/0; Port MacDonnell 46/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 44/2; Millicent Red 46/12 d Millicent Blue 45/2; Penola 57/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 45/2. DIVISION TWO Port MacDonnell 48/14 d Robe 28/0; Naracoorte RSL 55/14 d Lucindale 34/0; Millicent 38/12 d Beachpoort 33/2; Naracoorte 43/12 d Penola 41/2. DIVISION THREE Mount Gambier 61/14 d obe 26/0; Naracoorte 58/14 d Mount gambier RSL 37/0; Beachport 59/14 d Millicent 34/0; Penola BYE. OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Robe 76/14 d Mount Gambier 68/2; Millicent 74/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 65/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blye 87/16 d Port MacDonnell 60/0; Naracoorte 114/16 d Kalangadoo 47/0. DIVISION TWO Kingston 90/14 d Naracoorte 58/2; Naracoorte RSL 70/14 d Mount Gambier Blue 59/2; Mount Gambier RSL 85/16 d Millicent 48/0; Mount Gambier Red 73/14 d Penola 55/2. DIVISION THREE Port MacDonnell 70/14 d Lucindale 61/2; Penola 73/14 d Millicent Blue 55/2; Mount Gambier RSL 72/16 d Millicent Red 62/0; Naracoorte 86/16 d Kingston 53/0. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 102.16 d Mount Gambier Blue 40/0; Millicent 70/14 d Beachport Red 65/2; Mount Gambeir RSL 90/16 d Port MacDonnell 46/0; Beachport Blue 76/16 d Mount Gambier Red 67/0 DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Penola 68/16 d Kalangadoo 60/0; Grances 85/16 d Lucindale 43/0; Naracoorte RSL 75/8 drew with Naracoorte 75/8.



Night Owls returns to rinks



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It was with sadness that the Millicent Bowls Club restarted the Night Owls season after losing three of our valued members through a car accident, so president Peter Hyland organised a minute’s silence before the start of the competition. Ned and Nan Walker and Sue Skeer will be missed. Somerset Legends team (David Sharp, Neville Wray, Wilbur Lane & Rodney Horne) managed to score a rare eight on the night Touches: Brendon Buchanan (Mallee) Lion Cubs 3, Dave Turner( Awesome Foursome) 3, Stewart Pounsett ( Lions Roar) 3,David Sharp (Somerset Legends) 3. Winners: WHITE DIVISION: Rotary (Peter Gregurke, Scott Altschwager, Brian Haines, Tony Morello) defeated the Lion Cubs 27+10. Gizzies Crew 27+6, X Factor 27+. Beanz Team won on a forfeit with 27 points.

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BLUE DIVISION: Max’s Four (Max Blacketer, Fay Richards, John Chalmers, Graeme Loveday) defeated the Sunnies 28+21. Try Hards 27+5. Bits & Pieces 27+2. Lions 26+4. Mossies 25+2. RED DIVISION: Untouchables (Barry Smith, David Reichelt, John Cockrum, Terry Barnes) defeated

Great Northern Clams 29+17. Jack Attack 29+14. Somerset Legends 27+9. Grand Hotel 27+1. Sparkies 26+5 RARE FEAT: Neville Ray, Wilbur Lane, Rodney Horn & David Sharp achieved an eight in Night Owls competition.

Mount Gambier team steals Millicent event Last Thursday, the Millicent Bowls Club ran an Open Fours and Pairs Day, sponsored by the Somerset Hotel, playing one game of fours over 12 end in the morning, then one pair went in for lunch while the other pair played one game of 10 ends, then the other pair went out and played the same number of ends. Once both games were completed the fours then regrouped and played the fourth game over 12 ends. Fifty-six players took part on the day with teams coming from Kingston and Mount Gambier. The scores were then tallied and coming in in fourth place, with a score of 84 point was Brian Roper, Aaron Emonson, Derek Bowering, Steve Carnellor, in

third place with a score 86.5 was Peter Varcoe, Peter Bateman, David Botting and Ros Varcoe and runners up with a score of 94, were Robert Radley, Andrea Radley, Elaine Goode and Brian Goode. All those teams were Millicent

teams but the overall winners for the day came from Mount Gambier, with a score of 110.5 was Bryan Vorwerk, Steve Farrell, John Robinson and Graham Crowder. (Pictured with sponsor Alex Gordon)

Vice captain takes out stableford With restrictions lifted on touching bunker rakes and flag sticks, the game of golf got back to normal last Wednesday and a good sized field fronted up to the starter for a stableford competition at the Blue Lake Golf Course. With the course in immaculate condition, after the greenkeeper and a band of volunteers cleaned up fallen debris after the previous weekend’s wild weather, some good scores were recorded. In Division 1 it was vice captain Geraldine Scott taking the chocolates with 37 points. She was rewarded with 22 points on the front nine that included three 3 pointers and a 4 pointer, but fell a little short with 15 on the back with only one 3 pointer and a few double bogeys. Runner-up Ronda Edwards also had a good front nine scoring 20 points but coming up short with 15 on the back. Following closely was Helen Stratford, 34, and Cherryl Hill ,33. Finalists in the recent club championships for Division 2, Bev Pascoe and Carol Megaw once again fought it out for supremacy with the former winning with 36 points, splits of 16/20 over Megaw’s 35 with splits of 15/20. Not far behind were Dianne Allen, Fay Price and Trudy Herbert all with 33 points. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot on the par 3 16th green winners were Helen Stratford (Div 1) and Bev Pascoe (Div 2). The pro shot was won by Sue Agars.

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The Mount Gambier Cycling club was able to hold the 2nd Annual Crank the Crater Hill Climb on closed roads in the Valley Lakes precinct. With inclement weather constantly looming, 22 hardy souls took the the start line for an Individual Time Trial from the Valley Lakes car park to the Lions car park near Centenary Tower, approximately 1.9km of riding with 77m of elevation. A variety of riders took on the climb, with some of the junior riders putting together some good times, and a couple of BMX riders working hard to get to the top. Limestone Coast Cycling Academy riders were also able to take on the Crater climb after participating in the NJTS at the velodrome earlier in the weekend. Fastest rider this year was Matthew Opperman (above right), stopping the clock in a time of 4 minutes, 45 seconds, second fastest was Riley Hill

(5:11) then Gerard Coote (5:14) to round out the podium. Dean Zeven (5:21), Colin Weatherill (5:31), Matt Fiegert (5:36), Thomas Miles (5:53) and Brady Dethmore (5:56) all managed the climb in less than 6 minutes. Fastest female rider was Sarah Dally (6:15 - above left), while other notable rides came from Scott Bradley (7:24) and Caiden Garrett (7:29) on a BMX. Completing the riders were John Cranwell (6:02), Harry Opperman (6:08), Bruce McLaughlin (6:11), Mike Bakker (6:11), Elmer Buckland (6:19), Jamison Buckley (6:38), Damian Buckley (7:16), Mike Dethmore (7:23), Molly Opperman (7:33), Eddie Buckland (8:19) and Andrea Zeven (8:40). Many thanks to the multitude of volunteer helpers and congratulations to all riders who attempted the challenge. The club is looking forward already to next year and the chance to again crown the King or Queen of the Crater.

Vets golf Despite severe squally conditions, 64 veterans turned up at the Millicent golf course with local boy Graham “Spike” Warren blitzing First Division with a great 40 points, from Phil Hunter and Grant Rowe on 37. Tony Wilson, from Robe, had a day to remember taking out Second Division with 38, then a NTP. Runners up were Jimmy Hyland and Roy Mitchell, with 34. Doug Robbins got the other NTP. The ball rundown was to 29 and the Ross Orchard prize went to two Kingston lads, Milan Hodak and Peter Vile, who marked each others card. Vets golf played the rescheduled Kingston event on Monday before breaking for Christmas and returnig on January 18, again at Kingston, then Robe on February 1.

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The end of an era OGR farewells Holden after a 64 year relationship The die had already been cast but last Monday the reality of the departure of Holden from Australian shores hit home in the form of the removal of the signage from Mount Gambier Holden dealer OG Roberts. In the end, last Monday’s operation was purely cosmetic, but for a family that has seen three generations tied to the iconic brand, it was more akin to losing a limb and having dealt with Holden lovers for the past 64 years, they know just what the Holden name has meant to so many more families. Business founder Owen Roberts signed on the dotted line with General Motors on June 30, 1956. Son Peter became part of the OGR story, taking over as dealer principal in 1979, and after joining the business in 1995, Peter’s son Bryce had the unenviable task – 64 years to the day that his grandfather had inked a deal with General Motors – to sign documents ending the association. OGR will continue as the service and parts dealer for Holden, signing a 10 year deal, to ensure Holden lovers throughout the region will continue to receive the same quality service to keep their beloved cars on the road. In fact, the one silver lining in Holden’s demise has been OGR signing this deal and employing more staff, including apprentices. The OGR team is putting customers first, as always, and not so easily prepared to throw away a six decade relationship. Managing director Peter shares the frustration and disappointment of the General Motors decision. “This (the sign removal) was the final visual act of the demise of one of the most iconic brands in Australian history leaving many Australians confused, frustrated, sad and yes angry - and asking why this has happened,” he said. “It was another sad day in the

family history of their association with Holden since 1956. We did love the franchise and were one of the most successful dealers in Australia. The number of National and State awards we received bears testament to our success, passion and loyalty for the product. I still drive a Maloo ute, my wife drives a Holden and most of our family drive Holdens.” It was in February this year that Holden, after closing manufacturing in Adelaide in 2017, announced it was completely withdrawing from the Australian market and it was an announcement that took everyone by surprise – from the loyal Holden driver, to Holden dealers and staff, right to the halls of power in government. “It is no secret the sudden shock of losing this product seriously wounded our company and we will have to rebuild our organisation over many years to come,” Peter said. “It has been amazing how many people had no idea of the true impact of the closure. Many believed that we would continue to sell imported vehicles and life would go on as usual.” Peter, who spent many years sitting at the table in the halls of power courtesy of his role at State and national level in key motor industry roles, knows all too well, there is always a level of complexity to any decision. “There are thousands of factors that would have come into force to bring about the final decision,” Peter said, citing everything from the right hand drive issue to uncompetitive union deals, to General Motors United States hierarchy to our own governments. “My overall assessment of the major contributing factor was that the Australian public are as much at fault as any other party,” Peter said. “Since the closure of manufacturing in Australia our customers and those buyers all

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around Australia abandoned Holden in droves. Everywhere in Australia despite millions of dollars invested in advertising and marketing Holden was taken off the shopping list of the majority of car buyers.” Peter knows the post mortem of Holden’s break up with Australia will be long and detailed and he can trace 2020’s demise to as many as 35 years ago and the reduction of tariffs but for Peter what hurts most, is Holden made great cars. “Holden did produce great cars for the Australian market,” he said. “In the last few years we had the new Commodore which was one of the best cars in the world built in Germany with amazing quality and priced so low that people queried why it was so cheap. And can you imagine how frustrated we were when we knocked back hundreds of opportunities from buyers wanting to get the last Colorado 4X4 utes because they loved them so much but despite buying every vehicle we could lay our hands on we still could not meet anywhere near the demand?” For Peter, the Holden decision is just another wake up call for Australia to focus on self-sufficiency and finding a way to reinvigorate manufacturing in this country. “We have lost an iconic brand that the majority of Australian drivers have had some love association with,” Peter said. “We have lost another major manufacturing base which trained and employed thousands. We have lost hundreds of retail jobs all over Australia and even though OGR will regroup and survive there are many Holden dealers around Australia that will close forever. “I think Australia is at a turning point. We desperately need to revitalise our manufacturing base and self-sustainability in Australia. We need to limit our reliance on overseas imports and export markets and we need to reconsider our workforce efficiency to compete in the world markets.” Bryce stood on the Jubilee Highway West footpath last Monday and watched contractors dismantle his grandfather’s legacy. Bryce recently addressed a local Lions Club and his affinity with the history of the Holden story, not just as a key cornerstone of the OGR story, but right back to its roots when it was founded by James Alexander Holden in 1908 – a saddlemaker in South Australia, establishing Holden in 1856 as a car upholstery repairer to full scale production of vehicle body shells

“...we did love the franchise and were one of the most successful dealers in Australia...” Peter Roberts by 1908 – was palpable. From tramcars in Melbourne to weapons, aircraft and engines in times of war, to the first allAustralian manufactured motor vehicle in 1948, there is not a chapter in the Holden story that isn’t part of Bryce’s personal story. Much like his father, Bryce can see the warning signs well before the 2020 withdrawal, seeing Holden’s lack of adaptability to a changing landscape as a key issue. “There are many reasons why Holden began to lose market share of new car sales across this country but fundamentally the main reasons were around not addressing the change in the buying habits and needs of the Australian consumer,” Bryce said. “Holden, whether they liked it or not had a very blokey feel to it that was a hangover from the second half of the last century, where throaty V8 Engines ruled supreme and fuel prices hadn’t played on our minds like they did during the Gulf War where fuel started to reach $2 a litre.” Also Australians were spoilt for choice at the start of this century – Holden was no longer a walk up start as the first choice family vehicle. “Australian consumer with so much choice and having owned not one or two or maybe a dozen or so Holden’s in the last while, then chose something different,” Bryce said. “The large vehicle market started to decline but the Aussie built Holden Commodore was still Australia’s best-selling vehicle and owned that title for 15 years straight.” That was until December 11, 2013 – the beginning of the end, in Bryce’s assessment – as Holden announced it would end manufacturing in Australia and become an import business. “I remember the day distinctly as I was with a large group of Holden dealers in Queenstown, New Zealand, on a St George Bank Study Tour,” Bryce said. “I can still clearly see the faces of my fellow Holden Dealers and the feeling of utter gut-wrenching concern about our businesses, employees and customers and what were we

going to do next.” Bryce believes the continued investment in the Commodore was an error – not reading the room in terms of what cars were now becoming the family vehicle. “The consumer had certainly moved on from this type of motor vehicle, to the preferred SUV or a Commercial Ute to do the job of two cars – a work horse during the week to family fun on the weekends,” Bryce said and he was right – by 2017 Holden was number four in the market. Fast forward to February 17 this year and Bryce sat in on a conference call that announced Holden’s withdrawal from the Australian market, taking time out to mourn that loss with his father over lunch at The Commodore, before turning his attention to damage mitigation – a mode he has been in since that day, determined to continue his family’s legacy in the motor industry in this region and beyond and determined to protect the livelihoods of his 45 employees. The global pandemic certainly has only added to his challenges. “OGR is the longest standing automotive business here in Mount Gambier and we have been kicked in the teeth before and have bounced back,” Bryce said. “We have poured thousands of man hours into the brand of 64 years. We have invested tens of millions of dollars into our business to drive it forward in the last 64 years. We have sold tens of thousands of cars to the locals, and all across Australia for 64 years. We are down but not out and have the drive and determination to come out of this situation better, stronger people with a vision to move onwards and upwards.” A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: (Above top) - The original dealership (which is the site of the current KFC near the main corner); (above bottom) Peter in the Holden showroom on Jubilee HIghway West; (far left) Bryce Roberts watches on as the Holden signage is removed last Monday and (left) the man behind it all O. G. Roberts.


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