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ISSUE 876 - April 7, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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TAKING UP THE CHALLENGE: Taryn Mutton, Fallan Sutherland Di Jones & Marelle Bruhn For any mum, it takes a lot to impress your kids, but that has been a surprising by-product for four Mount Gambier friends who are set to embark on a 30km trek together on April 30. Fallan Sutherland is one of the four and her kids are begging to be there when she crosses the finish line, checking with her every day about her training and keeping her on track. “They are actually proud,” Fallan said. “They are always asking if I have done enough kiloemtres that week.”

Taryn Mutton’s kids are also impressed by their mother opting to take on this challenge and they are also definitely keeping her accountable. “Even my teenagers are excited and they don’t get excited about what their mum is doing very often,” Taryn said. “They are always asking if I have done my walk for the day and they really want to be there when I finish as well.” See inside for full story

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Tourism hotspots going head to head The Limestone Coast has two towns vying for an inaugural tourism honour - the SA Top Tourism Town Award. Mount Gambier and Robe have been included in the list of 32 finalists as part of the inaugural Tourism Industry Council of South

Australia (TICSA) program which is designed to recognise both wellestablished and emerging towns in South Australia that deliver successful visitor experiences and are committed to growing visitation. Mount Gambier and Robe are

now part of the public voting stage of the program. The public vote will make up 70 percent of the overall score, with the remaining 30 percent decided by tourism industry judges. See inside for full story


Keeping history alive Kelvin Smibert set to launch debut novel Kelvin Smibert is launching his debut novel this Saturday and he is already working hard on a second effort. He’s not the first local writer to launch a novel at the Mount Gambier Library but he may well be the first 97 year old with Who is Bill Jackson? a story built on the foundation of history and Kelvin’s imagination and when you have lived the life that Kelvin Smibert has, it is no surprise Who is Bill Jackson? is a rollicking, captivating tale. Adding author to his extensive resume is hardly surprising – film making and playwright were already part of his skill set. “The idea of script writing came easily to me,” Kelvin said. “I have always had a wild imagination.” Like many of his vintage, who have vivid memories of war, Kelvin worries about our military history being lost and that is a key motivation for his debut novel. “Young people have heard of Gallipoli and the Kokoda Track but nothing about Australia’s part in the Middle East and North Africa so I wanted to write about that in a fictional story,” Kelvin said. It sees the book as a mix of historical references, anecdotes from veterans and Kelvin’s own brand of storytelling as Kelvin brings to life the story of a young woman sets out to write something about her family history, including Italian and German heritage, leading her in unexpected directions, unveiling Australia’s history in the 1900s. Kelvin had planned to write a book much earlier than his 90s but life kept getting in the way. It was only when he was forced to slow down courtesy of a stroke a couple of years ago that he finally started to out pen to paper. “I honestly thought I was never going to do it because I was always busy doing other things,”

Kelvin said. “The stroke saw me sitting around and feeling depressed until I started writing this story about Libya. I started with the idea of someone who grew up in Mount Gambier, decided he could be a migrant and that idea became Who is Bill Jackson?” Once he set about creating his first work of fiction it took around five months. He typed his chapters into an email and his daughter was his second opinion, proof reader and pseudo editor. “I found the whole experience therapeutic,” Kelvin said. “I almost lived two lives during that period – my real life and the world I was creating in the book.” Given his original motivation was keeping history alive and educating coming generations about all of Australia’s military history, Kelvin’s hope is Who is Bill Jackson? might end up on the shelves of school libraries. “It covers from 1901 to the present day,” Kelvin said. “It is certainly a lot easier to research these days – basically everything is online.” And while Kelvin did type his debut novel on a keyboard, the past few weeks have been spent with a pen in hand, autographing his books ready for the launch, and for those who have already purchased the book online. While we claim Kelvin and his wife Nora as locals – they have called Mount Gambier home since 1988 – the couple has lived a lifetime before moving to the Blue Lake City for what they would loosely describe as retirement. “We were both aged 64 and could have gone on farming but we thought it was time to do something else,” Kelvin said. “The question was where will we go – we always thought it would be a capital city, we always wanted

to live in a city but basically we changed our mind. We never quite found what we wanted and thought why don’t we go to Mount Gambier? We had friends that said why the heck would you want to go down there but we have made a home here – it is home.” Setting up their Mount Gambier home saw Kelvin display one of his other many skills – carpentry – he built the stunning full length wall bookcase in the home. Once the house was set up, the next step was getting involved in the community and that is what he and Nora did. “We saw an ad in the paper for the theatre group AGM and so we thought we would go to that,” Kelvin said. “They made us so welcome and we made a bunch of new friends.” A passion for painting then saw the couple head to TAFE to pursue other artistic pursuits, including printmaking and then they just worked their way through the list of genres and techniques they had always wanted to try, including hand making paper - he even opened a paper mill here in Mount Gambier. “It was a wonderful year, learning from people like Claire Souter and Bev Puckridge.” Kelvin said. Kelvin has also worked heavily in the indigenous art space, studying cave drawings in the region and producing replicas and he has even had a commission from the Indian Government – a 4.5m x 5.5m work based on Kakadu that is hanging in New Delhi. And the Mount Gam bier chapter of the Smiberts is just a small sample of the life this couple has lived. Kelvin grew up in the outer suburbs of Melbourne, had a passion for science, working for a

large manufacturing chemist, while studying at night at RMIT. Nora was a nurse. Kelvin was also a naval beach commando during his four years in the navy. Then there was the 35 years on the farm at Poolaijelo, near Dergholm, a soldier’s settlement, where Kelvin and Nora built their life together and raised their family. “Getting married to Nora was the best thing I ever did,” Kelvin said. He is also immensely proud of his five children and brood of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Kelvin’s second book is based on the couple’s time in Iran – they spent 18 months in Tehran and other areas over a five year period and it is a time that has plenty of fodder for book number two for the indefatigable retiree.

Kelvin’s book launch is at 2pm this Saturday at City Hall with bookings essential for this free event through the Mount Gambier Library. There will be wine tastings from Whistle Post, Coonawarra, his son Angus’ winery.

Making a difference in kids’ lives Stand Like Stone Foundation hands out Back to School vouchers It is one of the most valuable programs the Stand Like Foundation curates and at the end of last month, 640 students from 40 schools were the recipient of Back to School vouchers. Funded by the Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal (FRRR), the Back to School (BTS) program is a national program that helps remote and rural children and young people access quality educational experiences. The Stand Like Stone Foundation has received Back to School program funding from FRRR since 2005, as well as using donations gifted to the foundation to match funding with FRRR and secure more vouchers for the region. In its inaugural year 200 vouchers were distributed to five schools so to now have 40 schools and more than 600 students benefitting from the scheme that hands out $50 vouchers. All the public schools in the Limestone Coast receive vouchers,

and vouchers are allocated based on the number of school card holders with the schools then handing out the cash injection to families and students in need. In its 17th year, Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr said the program has proved to make a real difference in so many lives, assisting with purchases including a new bag and clothes for school, new shoes, stationary or a lunch box and drink bottle. “We believe it’s every child’s right in our region to return to school with dignity each year,” she said. Back to School provides $50 digital gift vouchers to students and are redeemable at Target, Kmart or local retailers. The vouchers can be used for items such as school uniforms, clothing, shoes, school bags and stationery – or anything that helps students feel ready to learn. Long time sponsor Noel Barr Toyota hosted an afternoon

tea this year to celebrate the vital program, with 11 of the participating schools in attendance as well as City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin, Member for Barker Tony Pasin and District Council of Grant

CEO Daryl Whicker. The remainder of the vouchers were hand delivered by Stand Like Stone Foundation Board chair Robert Mock (pictured above left handing over Glenburnie School’s allocation to principal Sam Griffith),

who made his way around the region courtesy of the ute provided by Noel Barr Toyota for the task at hand. Other vouchers were posted to schools across the Limestone Coast.


Tourism hotspots go head to head Mount Gambier & Robe in the running for SA Top Tourism Town Award The Limestone Coast has two towns vying for an inaugural tourism honour - the SA Top Tourism Town Award. Mount Gambier and Robe have been included in the list of 32 finalists as part of the inaugural Tourism Industry Council of South Australia (TICSA) program which is designed to recognise both well-established and emerging towns in South Australia that deliver successful visitor experiences and are committed to growing visitation. Mount Gambier and Robe are now part of the public voting stage of the program. The public vote will make up 70 percent of the overall score, with the remaining 30 percent decided by tourism industry judges. Once selected as a finalist, both Mount Gambier and Robe had to submit a 500 word article, six high quality images, a promotional video up to two minutes and a three to four days self-drive itinerary that starts and finishes in their town. Accredited visitor centres were a focal point in the delivery of the awards program, given nominations and submissions could only be uploaded by an accredited visitor centre but now it is time for the public to have their say.

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You can vote online at the Tourism Industry Council of South Australia (TICSA) website or get involved on facebook and Instagram and by getting involved you will also be in the running for a family weekend getaway at one of 12 South Australian council owned caravan parks in a cabin valued at over courtesy of the Local Government Association of South Australia. “I am thrilled that Mount Gambier is recognised as a finalist and a must-see destination to visit in South Australia,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said. “The submission outlined an action packed four day itinerary for visitors to our city, including a visit to our beautiful Blue Lake, Engelbrecht Cave, the Valley Lake, Crater Lakes Disc Golf Park and Umpherston Sinkhole to name a few, and also the opportunity to sample our great food and coffee at our hospitality venues. - There really is something for everyone. This is an opportunity for Mount Gambier to be recognised and will encourage additional visitation and provide economic benefit for our city.” Mount Gambier’s seaside rival Robe is readily identified as a tourism hotspot but the District Council of Robe manager tourism & events Camille Lehmann said it was still critical they continued to promote the town and the region and awards schemes were a good way of enhancing their profile as a destination. “It is still incredibly important to receive exposure for Robe,” Ms Lehmann said. “Robe is very proud of its tourism industry and it is great opportunity to enter these awards and be recognised for this.” Award schemes are also

“...this is an opportunity for Mount Gambier to be recognised and will encourage additional visitation and provide economic benefit for our city...” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM promotional tools that provide exposure that would normally cost a significant amount of the council’s limited budget. “All winners will also benefit from an extensive promotional package, including exclusive marketing opportunities across digital, print and social media and as Robe is a small council area we do not have the big budgets to work with, therefore any assistance with marketing and promotion for our beautiful town is a great benefit,” she said. “We encourage all visitors to Robe, past and present, to vote for us so we can share with the rest of Australia what they can experience when they come to stay.” The pristine beaches, stunning ocean, rich history, famous Obelisk (pictured bottom right), and the food, wine, craft beer and locally produced coffee were all promoted as part of Robe’s submission, billing itself as South Australia’s favourite seaside town. The Easter weekend was a reminder of just how popular Robe is with accommodation booked out and the stunning weather attracting day visitors as well. The

“...We encourage all visitors to Robe, past and present, to vote for us so we can share with the rest of Australia what they can experience when they come to stay...” Camille Lehmann (Robe District Council manager tourism & events return of the Robe Primary School Easter Fete and the 53rd Easter Classic Surf Competition – both which were shelved in 2020, - was also a welcome addition to the calendar for visitors and locals alike. Voting closes on Friday, April 23. All program winners will be announced on Thursday, May 20. The winner of the awards will go on to compete against Australia’s

other States and Territories for the title of Australia’s Top Tourism Town and Australia’s Small Tourism Town at a major industry event in August. TIME TO VOTE: Mount Gambier Visitor Centre Service Ambassadors Sarah Norris & Tracey Martin celebrate Mount Gambier’s nomination as a finalist for the SA Top Tourism Town Award.

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t is an exhibition two years in the making and a story that is ever evolving and at its heart it is a merger of Yunita Manfrin’s passion – art and her family. The Tenison Woods College digital art and design teacher unveiled her first solo exhibition in the Riddoch Art and Cultures Centre last the end of last month, telling a deeply personal story about the difference a guide dog has made in the life of her husband Paul and, in turn, her family. And the timing is not coincidental – it has been timed to raise awareness of what assistance dogs offer as well as celebration of National Guide Dog Day at the end of this month. “Having a guide dog has not only changed my husbands’ life but has also provided our family with something we didn’t know was missing,” Yunita said. “She is his friend and companion and has provided him with the confidence to take on activities that he

thought weren’t possible. This is my way of saying thank you to her but also to the organisations that have helped my husband, my family and I navigate life with assistance.” The work in the exhibition, which is housed in the South Link, was created in the past 24 months, developed out of an idea to express the dedication a guide dog gives its owner and family. “Each of these works are heartfelt insights highlighting the most precious gift of sight through the assistance of a dog named Bree,” Yunita said. “She joined my family in 2018 and became my husbands’ loyal companion and eyes so he could still be independent and part of the local community. She travels with him to and from work every day, sits under his desk, goes to all our family and friends‘ events and is always close at home when he requires her assistance.” For someone who has been painting and drawing since

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tones were created embracing the quirky and playfulness Bree has,” she said. One of the key messages Yunita is looking to show every aspect of Bree and her personality. “At home she is a normal labrador who thinks with her stomach, loves playing tug’o’war and tries to climb up on our laps,” Yunita said, an intriguing contrast to the working dog that heads out into the community with Paul as he heads to work and play. “The digital paintings come from her inquisitive nature and my love of digital design and it allowed me the ability to manipulate traditional mediums in ways that suit the outcome I was trying to achieve.” Yunita has displayed work in South East Art Society exhibitions and the Casterton Kelpie Art Show but she has enjoyed liaising with the Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre’s Talie Teakle as she has looked to curate her work. The Art of Assistance was yet another 2020 event that was shelved during the COVID restrictions so it has been nothing short of a relief for Yunita to finally be able to tell her story and share her work. The key message from the exhibition is the role Bree has played in Paul’s life. He was not born with his condition but rather noticed his

deteriorating eyesight when he was 18 and now he enjoys five per cent sight on a good day. “Bree has made a huge different to his day to day activities as well as his future outcomes,” Yunita said. “He has gained the confidence to be moving around the community more independently and in the last few years he started university and has focused on history as a major.” Paul is also part of the Mount Gambier Parkrun, tackling the course with Bree and her special harness. He works at Bedfords in the wine box section and also for the Adelaide based company Purple Orange as a training facilitator for Disability Access and Inclusion. He is also writing a blog about the trials and tribulations of owning a guide dog and is one day hoping to secure an elusive book deal. Throw your support behind the Royal Society for the Blind by leaving a donation in the specially painted donation dog. ‘he Art of Assistance will be on view until April 30. MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Above left - Isabella, Yunita, Paul Cameron Manfrin (front) with Bree.


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Team spirit Fun, friendship, fitness and fundraising all part of the Coastrek challenge For any mum, it takes a lot to impress your kids, but that has been a surprising by-product for four Mount Gambier friends who are set to embark on a 30km trek together on April 30. Fallan Sutherland is one of the four and her kids are begging to be there when she crosses the finish line, checking with her every day about her training and keeping her on track. “They are actually proud,” Fallan said. “They are always asking if I have done enough kiloemtres that week.” Taryn Mutton’s kids are also impressed by their mother opting to take on this challenge and they are also definitely keeping her accountable. “Even my teenagers are excited and they don’t get excited about what their mum is doing very often,” Taryn said. “They are always asking if I have done my walk for the day and they really want to be

there when I finish as well.” The quartet, which also includes Di Jones and Marelle Bruhn, are taking part in Coastrek – a team trekking challenge, which is as much about getting women out and exercising in nature and the value that has for their own mental health and wellbeing, as it is a fundraising event, shinging a light on mental health, most specifically the work of beyond Blue. Getting a team together was the brainchild of Di Jones, who saw the event on facebook and thought it was a challenge she would like to take up. “For me, personally, since COVID, I have needed something to push me along, needed a challenge,” Di said. “I always have good intentions but I needed a personal goal. This has pushed me to get out there and get active again in a safe environment.” Marelle sees it as a personal challenge for all four of the team

– More Bubbles, No Troubles – and they have tried to keep each other motivated along the way. “We haven’t actually gone for a training walk all four of us yet, we are all busy with work and family, but we have gone with at least one other and now it is getting closer it is really starting to feel real,” Marelle said. Marelle knew someone who had completed the Coastrek in 2019 and friend Nada Brookes had also previously taken part and the feedback was positive. “I have a couple of friends that have done it too,” Taryn said. “ And Di and I did something similar a few years ago.”

Honouring those lost at sea The Carpenter Rocks Progress Association and the District Council of Grant and combining forces to set up a memorial wall to honour those lost at sea. Focussing on those lost in the Carpenter Rocks, Blackfellows Caves and Pelican Point areas, locals have already been working overtime doing their research to find the names of those who should be included on the town memorial but are now looking for the public to get involved. Terryl Allen is heading the campaign and has been combing through the history books but she would now love

to hear from anyone who has lost someone at sea in the area. The clock is ticking on the project that needs to be done

The girls are in training for a 30km walk from Victor Harbor to Goolwa, taking in Granite Island (pictured above), with a variety of terrain, including bushland and beachfront and that’s why Fallan has devised a 16km dress rehearsal at Robe in a couple of week’s time, taking in similar terrain to the Fleurieu Peninsula with some bushland, the beach and footpaths. “It will also help us work out what gear we will and won’t need when we do the real thing,” Fallan said. The team needs to raise $2000 as part of the Coastrek team trekking challenge and are already over the halfway point, with a wine drive, courtesy of Patrick of

Coonawarra, and a Mother’s Day raffle on the horizon, so stay tuned for more details. The More Bubbles, No Troubles quartet also come from four diverse friendship groups which they thought would help the fundraising efforts, casting a wider net, rather than digging into the pockets of the same people. You can donate to the team or the individuals involved by following this link: https://www. coastrek.com.au/st/4982/s and there are donation tins at Sorrentos Café and Intersport Mount Gambier.

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Australia’s homegrown heroes and Hall of Fame inductees Human Nature are returning to their roots, bringing together 30 years of performances for a never before seen intimate concert tour of the Aussie heartland. Get ready for a night of the best songs ever written, including their original hits, Motown classics and more - all performed with vocals upfront in an acoustic mode. Human Nature have two performanes at Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre - June 15 & 16 so don’t miss out.

Creativity & competition in the spotlight Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery bracing for a busy April Creativity and competition are in the spotlight this month at the Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery with a dynamic school holiday program and the Ibis Rising Art Competition. Children’s workshops planned for the April school holidays will result in a collaborative project to create artwork for the Gallery’s new garden area. Mosaic art works using plastic bottle tops will be created in four sessions on April 12 and 13, courtesy of Naracoorte community members collecting and donating eight very large boxes of bottle tops. Art Gallery secretary Lesley Cook said the bottle tops were all the colours of the rainbow. The completed artworks will be in a new garden area on the

Riverside Drive road frontage near the entrance to Wild Game Wine. “It will connect that area with the Gallery and will be able to be seen at all hours,” Mrs Cook said. “The gallery has been keen to run children’s workshops after COVID-19 conditions prevented this outreach last year. We held a paper making workshop for children in January 2020 but nothing since.” Members of the Art Gallery Board have supported the organisation of the mosaic workshops and some will be in attendance to assist. Those wishing to register primary school age students can do so by phoning the gallery on (08)8762 3390 or coming into the gallery during opening hours. Each of the four sessions is limited to 10

participants and a payment of $5 is required to secure a place. Bookings are essential. Entries are open for the annual Ibis Rising Art Competition with April 15 the closing date. “Encouraging the district’s children in art is an integral part of this event,” Mrs Cook said. There are four award categories – Two dimensional; three dimensional, which includes sculpture, mixed media, textiles, jewellery; photography and student. Entries in the student category are free and will be judged in three age groups – up to and including Year 4; Year 5-7 and high school. It was a virtual competition in 2020, with the judge’s remarks recorded and posted on the gallery’s facebook page, and will

follow a similar style this year, with no official opening but artists and gallery visitors will be able to view

the exhibition and prize winners during normal gallery opening hours.


Big screen lifeline Federal funding a godsend for Oatmill Cinema Then timing couldn’t have been better for Oatmill Cinema owner Shane Fulwood – a Federal Government lifeline right when he was facing some tough decisions on staff. With the end of JobKeeper, just what to do with staff in an industry that continues to face monumental challenges, was the number one issue Shane was facing but the recently announced funding opportunity for independent cinema operators is a genuine lifeline. “This will help us keep momentum with those regulars who are coming to the cinema and also give confidence to our staff and enable us to keep them employed for the next three to four months,” Shane said.

“...it is still a very dynamic situation for us and we are quite exposed to what’s happening overseas...” Shane Fulwood It is early days and at this stage all the Oatmill Cinema chief has registered his interest in applying for a grant of up to $85,000 and is not sure what funding boost he may secure but anything will help with hopes high it could see the cinema through to September.

“It is still a very dynamic situation for us and we are quite exposed to what’s happening overseas, particularly in the northern hemisphere – Europe and the United States,” he said. “It is the supply of product that’s been

the real catch for us – a lack of blockbuster films.” In a promising sign, the Oatmill Cinema premiered some new releases at the end of last month and support was strong. “We hadn’t been used to that

“...It is the supply of product that’s been the real catch for us – a lack of blockbuster films...” Shane Fulwood many people – we had only ever had a couple of dozen people at any one time so it was good to see strong numbers,” Shane said. He also felt confident the upcoming school holidays would take care of themselves but the funding would be a godsend for late April and all of May where he predicted a quieter time in terms of movie releases. The funding will come through Supporting Cinemas’ Retention Endurance and Enhancement of Neighbourhoods (SCREEN) Fund, administered by Screen Australia, and is designed to assist independent cinema operators who have experienced significant declines in revenue due to the pandemic, with one-off business continuity grants of up to $85,000. “The important thing for us is to be able to keep the doors open and pay our staff,” Shane said. Federal Member for Baker Tony Pasin said the funding will provide critical support for independent cinemas in Barker and assist the local community and economy to restart from the pandemic. “We’re introducing this funding to help support the viability of independent cinemas during this period when their business circumstances are still returning to normality, as the vaccine rollout progresses and Australia moves towards higher audience capacities.” Mr Pasin said.

Loose Change the headline action for country music afternoon

The South East Country Music Association’s regaulr monthly afternoon at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club returns this Sunday with Loose Change as the headline act. There will be entertainment galore from 1-5pm with walk ups welcome. There will also be the usual raffles and afternoon tea and a friendly reminder that membership is due in May.


Putting the fun & fitness into fundraising Swinging with the Stars fundraising kicks off in earnest Caroline Barr is as excited as anyone that rehearsals have started for the 2021 Swinging with the Stars gala event. She was one of the disappointed stars who, after being selected to be part of the premier 2020 Stand Like Stone Foundation fundraiser, watched on as COVID took away her opportunity to cha cha and tango. It also meant her newly established sub fund, as part of the community foundation, also had to look elsewhere to try and compile some funds. The Caroline Barr Animal Rescue Sub Fund made Stand Like Stone Foundation history. “The Caroline Barr Animal Rescue Sub Fund is the first sub fund in Stand Like Stone whose focus will be on providing grants to support animal welfare across the region, which we are really excited about,” Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr said And Caroline certainly did not stop following her passion for the community at large, and animal rescue causes more specifically.

“Organisations such as Wet Noses Animal Rescue are run purely by volunteers, and funding relies heavily on sponsors within the community,” Caroline said. “By establishing a sub fund within Stand Like Stone, I can create a legacy and ensure ongoing future support for a variety of charitable organisations and a cause that I am passionate about.” Caroline is not only focussing on her fancy footwork as she teams with star local dancer Sam Malseed for the 20210 Swinging with the Stars event but has hit the ground running with her fundraising. She is hosting a Family Fun Day this Sunday from 11am to 2pm at Hills Road Farm with tickets ($20 per person or $50 for a family) available through Caroline (check out her facebook page) or from Noel Barr Toyota. There will be onsite catering, a raft of entertainment, chestnut picking, wine and seltzer tasting and a kitten kissing booth. Caroline also has a F45 event on April 17 – Heroes Hollywood

– where you are encouraged to dress as your favourite animal and attend one of three fundraising classes at 6.30am, 7.45am or 9am with a cash donation on arrival and you do need to book online through F45 to secure your place. “I’ve always loved animals and since moving to Mount Gambier two years ago I realised there was a huge need for animal welfare and rescue across the Limestone Coast. The majority of rescues are happening by volunteer groups and in many cases, just individuals in the community who want to help and look after the animals in their own homes. It’s amazing what people are prepared to do. I am trying to raise awareness as well as money when it comes to animal welfare.” Caroline also has a Mother’s Day Weekend Long Lunch on her event schedule at The Apple farm on Saturday, May 8, with a two course lunch, entertainment, raffles, a silent auction and a guest speaker with more details available closer to the event. You can also donate to

Caroline’s fundraising efforts by heading to the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and following the Swinging with the Stars links. As one of the leading community foundations in South Australia, and the only community

foundation in the Limestone Coast, Stand Like Stone has supported the region through its charitable grant making and educational scholarships since 2004, delivering close to two million dollars in direct benefits to date.

Canine collection Karratta Wine Room & Art Gallery opens new exhibition

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Karatta Wine Room and Art Gallery is about to become a K9 Carnival of delightful art works featuring the dog in art. Opening this Sunday at 1pm, this exhibition features paintings, prints, sculpture, leather work, ceramics, upcycled art, limestone and metal sculptures and features the work of more than 20 of Karatta’s favourite artists. Gallery curator Terry Johnson said he was amazed at the creative works that have been arriving at the gallery over the past few days. “We are especially pleased to welcome Blake Bowyer (pictured) to our young emerging artist program,” Terry said. “Blake is 15 years old and lives with his family on a farm just outside of the Robe town and is becoming very skilled in metal sculpture and his work in this exhibition extremely creative and fun.” Karatta is dog friendly so visitors are welcome to bring their furry friend along to the exhibition. The exhibition will run until the end of May. There is also another incentive to check out the seaside gallery and its most recent exhibition with Robe’s newest café - The Food Lab - located across the street from Karatta offering an exhibition luncheon special. K9 CREATIONS: (Left) Acrylic painting by Alison Madin and (far left) Space Dog by Hadley Johnson. FEATURED ARTISTS: JoJo Spook, Tracy Hole, Warren Pickering, Anna Small, Hadley Johnson, Blake Bowyer, Hamish McDonald, Mary-Lou Pittard, Chris Pittard, Janet Ayliffe, Diana Wiseman, Robyn Russell, Colin Russell, Alison Madin, Terry Johnson, Julianne Woodruff, Ron Penrose, Bruce Perkins, John Labaj, Kate Rivett & Kristi Biezaite.


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Boost for local business Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s Business Innovation Grants program, formerly known as the Business Entrepreneurs/Innovation Fund, is now open. The grants are aimed at helping new and established businesses in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council to not jsut survive but grow and thrive. Funding is available for initiatives that support the development of small businesses through activities such as: *Expansion *Commercialisation *Premise upgrades *Research and development *Innovation The total pool of the grant program is $20,000 in the 2021/22 budget and council will consider applications for one-off cash grants of up to $10,000 per business. Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis and until funding is exhausted. Applications will close on Monday, April 19. For more detailed information on the grants program and to submit an application, go to the council website.

Classroom conservation Millicent High School students take learning outdoors Millicent High School students will use cut and swab techniques to remove weed plants and small selfsown wild pines located along the slopes of the saddle in the Crater Lakes precinct in the coming weeks. Eight students involved in the Conservation and Land Management Pathways program will use the hands-on training under the guidance of City of Mount Gambier Valley Lakes Conservation Park coordinator Orazio Cultreri to complete the weeds and chemical handling component of the course. “The focus of this program is to develop the student’s awareness of the environment, flora and fauna, soil and weeds and Work Health and Safety,” Mr Cultreri said .“Given the majority of the weeds in the area are woody shrubs, the students will apply the cut and swab method of weed control using hand saws.” Students will learn the importance of controlling feral weeds to protect the natural vegetation within the Crater Lakes. “Controlling weeds around the conservation area is very important so it does not impact on the

ecology of the conservation park,” he said. “The weeds compete for light, water and soil nutrition and the woody weed plants/shrubs may impact on nesting behaviour of our native birds and impact food sources for our native animal,” Mr Cultreri said. City of Mount Gambier received more than $30,000 in funds through the inaugural Limestone Coast Landscape Board Grassroots Grants 2020/2021 program to

undertake weed control measures in the vicinity of the Crater Lakes area in line with the Crater Lakes Conservation Management Plan. HANDS ON EDUCATION: (Above left) City of Mount Gambier Valley Lakes Conservation Park Coordinator Orazio Cultreri with Millicent High School Conservation

and Land Management students Jason and James. GETTING THEIR HANDS DIRTY: (Above right) Kathy Bell with Millicent High School Conservation and Land Management students Zoe and Mikisha.

Southend redevelopment update Progress on the re-instatement of both the Southend Caravan Park and Bush Camping Site continues with both sites having seen contractors and Wattle Range Council staff working in readiness for the next stage of the re-instatement over the past few weeks. Wattle Range Council CEO, Ben Gower said it was pleasing to see work progressing. “But like everyone else, we’re certainly looking forward to the time when the gates are open and the campers and caravaners are enjoying the spectacular Southend coastal environment,” Mr Gower said. “With the delivery last month of the brand new modern amenities block at the caravan park, contractors can now get back on-site and start the next stage of the re-instatement. “Work will now start on connecting the new amenities block to services, as well as the construction of some decking, access ramps and stairs to the amenities. Resurfacing of the internal roadway and landscaping is also to be undertaken, whilst the bush camping site continues to benefit from further work, including vegetation management. “As a result of the activities that still need to be undertaken, we’re not in a position to nominate a specific date, but we are working towards having the gates open mid-year.”

Tourism coup for Mount Gambier Tourism SA officials were front and centre when QantasLink’s first Mount Gambier flight touched down and South Australian Tourism Commission chief executive Rodney Harrex was also able to annouce another coup for the region. Mount Gambier is set to be included as part of the upcoming Illuminate Adelaide winter event – a new major annual event taking over Adelaide’s city streets, laneways and buildings from July 16 to August 1. “Ahead of the program launch, I am very pleased to confirm that – as part of the 2021 Illuminate Adelaide, there are also plans to light up South Australian regions with a series of installations featuring international, national and local artists across a five month period spanning from June to October 2021,” Mr Harrex said. “And as we are here in Mount Gambier today (March 28) talking about greater access to the region, it seems quite fitting that we can announce Mount Gambier is one of the regional sites to host an ‘Illuminate South Australia’ installation at the iconic Cave Garden during winter.” Mr Harrex said more details would be announced next month following the launch of Illuminate Adelaide’s program highlights. The region has also benefitted recently by the SATC’s Tourism Industry Development Fund – which has granted nearly $270,000 in funding to six Limestone Coast tourism businesses to help upgrade facilities as well as build new accommodation. The projects – with a combined value of $913,191 – are continuing to spur private investment in the region, to attract more visitors who will stay longer and spend more.


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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 7-8-9-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 7-13-23-34-41-22 Some big things coming into your life now and you could have a real rollicking good time to last you quite a while. Business matters are likely to improve. Take care of health matters, do not over exert yourself.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 8-9-4-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-4-23-37-45-5

Not much co operation from partners at the moment. However, much pleasure is indicated when accepting invitations. Travel too is indicated. Some could try a new venture in the arts or crafts areas.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 7-9-3-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-23-35-42-11 A rather frustrating period is indicated. An old friend may leave for overseas. Some could take up a type of higher education or a new interest of some sort. It could even be something romantic.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 1-1-5-6 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-23-34-41-22

You could take up a new interest which would really appeal to you. Someone you meet will have a profound influence on your outlook on life. Partners will occupy most of your time.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 1-6-7-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-45-5

Most will be feeling frustrated, trapped bored or depressed. However good news where finances are concerned. A windfall is indicated. Travel too is on the cards.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Apricot Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 8-3-45-5-12-22 A lot can be achieved with a bit of hard work. Someone could now enter your life and lift your spirits. Expansions of any sort are indicated. Some quite unusual experiences coming your way too.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 8-9-4-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 7-8-23-31-22-26

Venus your ruling planet will be featuring very prominently now. You will be needing plenty of energy to match the pleasurable experiences obtainable. Some type of radical transformation or move to a totally different area.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-31-22-27

1. How old was Max Verstappen when he debuted at the 2015 Australian Formula One Grand Prix as the youngest driver to ever compete at that leve1? 2. Who is the host of the new Channel 10 TV game show The Cube? 3. Mike Ross and Harvey Spectre are central characters from which TV legal drama? 4. What is the capital of Portugal? 5. Which English author brought us the character Robinson Crusoe? 6. Audrey Hepburn was the first actress to win an Oscar, a Golden Globe Award, and a BAFTA Award for a single performance – the awards came for her role in which movie? 7. Adopted Australian Oscar winner Russell Crowe was born in which New Zealand city? 8. Who is the coach of the NRL club Newcastle Knights? 9. The Battle of Gettysburg was a key conflict in which war? 10. Harry Potter actress Emma Watson graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor degree in what? 11. The Northern Territory’s natural wonder and cultural landmark Kata Tjuta was previously known by what name? 12. The award winning musical film My Fair Lady was based on which George Bernard Shaw play? 13. What colour is the maple leaf on the Canadian flag? 14. At which Olympic Games was Kieren Perkins a surprise gold medallist from Lane 8, after initially almost missing selection for the national team?

15. Kevin Durant plays for which NBA franchise? 16. From which language do we get the expression ‘carpe diem’? 17. Goneril, Regan and Cordelia are the daughters of which Shakespeare character? 18. After last week’s cabinet reshuffle, who is now the Federal Defence Minister? 19. Dua Lipa’s 2018 hit One Kiss was a collaboration with which DJ? 20. Baby One More Time was the debut single for which pop princess? 21. By what name do we better know the summer vegetable courgette? 22. Celebrity chef Curtis Stone is a spokesman for which supermarket giant?

23. Portabello, shiitake and button are varieties of which vegetable? 24. What is the lowest value currency in circulation in Australia? 25. Technology pioneer, business magnate and space exploration aficionado Elon Musk was born in which country? 26. Macchiato, latte and ristretto are varieties of which beverage? 27. Who is the head coach of the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings? 28. Which secondary colour is created by mixing red and yellow? 29. How many months of the year have 30 days? 30.Who is captain of the Matildas?

Try to take life less seriously and pursue some romantic activities. You will be surprised to find out how much enjoyment there can be. If moving to or buying a house, check everything carefully.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Silver Lucky Day: Saturday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 6-8-3-4 Lotto Numbers: 6-8-21-31-24-45

A good period to start new ventures. A bust social life. Meeting new friends and possible participants. This is a good time to make you feel alive and well. Some could start a long-term course of study.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-41-22 Someone you meet will have a strong impact on you. For happy partners, an intensifying or physical attraction. Many will take a totally new direction in their lifestyle. For many a great advance up the ladder of success is indicated.

AQUARIUS

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(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 7-3-4-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-5-23-38-39-40

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PISCES

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Quite a few changes taking place in your life. You may have to learn to stand on your own two feet. If you can keep your head and not panic, this could be of great benefit to you. Friends will come to your aid.

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(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-41-22

REWARD YOURSELF When you are setting goals you need to have deadlines that come up often, so you can celebrate the little wins. However, we also need to ensure that we’re not setting unrealistic timelines. Working in a four week block or a six week block is short enough to keep your eye on the prize, but long enough that you can actually see a result.

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A showcase with a difference Mount Gambier Library set to host a youth focussed market Showcasing the best young talent this region has to offer – that’s the motivation for a new Mount Gambier Library initiative set to run from April 16-18 as part of the city’s Youth Week celebrations. The Outdoor Living Room will run from 10am to 1pm on those three days with the Mount Gambier Library calling on young talent – from artist to musicians to entrepreneurs – to book their spot on the library verandah. The library, unsure of where the statewide Youth Week celebration would fall on the calendar, went ahead and planned an entire month of activities, of which The Outdoor Living Room will be the jewel in then crown. For young entrepreneurs so often the barrier to success starts with lack of exposure, an inability, often finance related, to get their idea, product or skills out into the marketplace – and it is that platform that The Outdoor Living

Room is looking to provide. It means the three day event will be a market style event with stalls and entertainment bringing vibrancy to the library precinct and Mount Gambier Library youth services coordinator Terasa Nearmy said, it will not only give young people a chance to showcase their business to a captive audience but also make some money from their creative outlet. “It could be art or craft or music or food or photography or anything – just contact us and we can work something out,” Terasa said. The library is also set to work with the City of Mount Gambier Reuse Market to access some eclectic and comfortable lounge furniture to ensure the audience and potential customers feel right at home. “We really want to create the vibe of a living room and hope

people come and listen to music and buy products from young people,” Terasa said. “The library is covering any costs so it also gives the young entrepreneurs to make some money and get a genuine start in their business venture. We are all about giving young people opportunities.” The Outdoor Living Room has been heavily promoted on social media as well as library representatives promoting the opportunity in schools. “We’ve been trying different things to engage with young people and engagement in high school has been a challenge and that’s why we are trying things like this Outdoor Living Room,” Terasa said. “It is all about thinking outside the box since COVID and what we can do to attract young people and having those conversations with young people to find out what they want.”

Mount Gambier Library children’s services development coordinator Kelly Lynch said it was also important to show the community just what young people can achieve when provided with the right opportunity.

“We need to celebrate as a community what our young people can achieve and provide a space where the young people and the community can come together to do just that – young people are our future,” Kelly said.

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The Mount Gambier Library is offering its usual jam packed and diverse school holiday program this upcoming school holidays. From art and craft to maths, from cooking to robots, it is all on offer across a variety of age groups. For the three to five year olds, there is the four session, Smith Family initiative Maths is Fun – aimed at parents and caregivers to give them the tools to achieve what so often seems like mission impossible – making maths fun. “It teaches them to explore maths concepts with their children,” Kelly said. “It is all play-based learning and very interactive and the kids and the caregivers really enjoy it.” The six to nine year olds have an special art and craft project – a personal memory board, while the tweens, those 11-14 year olds have the time honoured craft of crochet on the agenda and creation of wrist bands. “They will be taught a really simple crochet pattern and then create whatever

Wattle Range Council has developed an exciting program of events for kids in the first week of the upcoming school holidays. A range of activities to be delivered across the council region will be sure to have something for everyone. Children can explore the digital world through VR goggles and robotics in Millicent, Penola and Glencoe and the green screen will be up at the Millicent Library. The crafty kids will be able to build their own wooden plane, paint and design a flowerpot or join in on the dinosaur themed activities. Millicent Gymnastics Club will host “come and try” sessions at which participants can ‘have a go’ at parkour and ninja skills and the giant games will feature at Furner. Families can also ‘catch a movie’ at the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre on the Friday afternoon. A junior fishing competition will be held over the duration of the week with a presentation of prizes to be held in Beachport on the Saturday, April 17. “This is the first of many school holiday programs we have planned. We intend to grow this program of activities across Wattle Range each school holidays to engage with our younger members and their families and communities,” said Wattle range Council newly appointed director development services Emma Clay. “These activities provide the youth of our community with important opportunities to engage, socialise and explore together,” she said. The full program of activities is available on council’s website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au.

they want,” Kelly said. The school holidays also presents the perfect opportunity for 7-12 year olds to come in and see all the techno gadgets on offer in the library, including the newly purchased 15 robots called Sphero BOLTs. There are two cooking sessions – one focussing on creating cold rolls and teaching kids all about eating a rainbow, while ANZAC Day will be a focus and cooking the iconic ANZAC cookie will be part of that.

The other ANZAC Day focus, on April 26, will be watercolour painting with a theme of poppies. Bookings for all school holiday programs are essential and open on April 6. Sessions do fill quickly so get in early.

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CHINESE MEDICAL CENTRE provide help for: • Headaches, migraines, dizziness, sinus,uses. hayfever, (ring in the This pristine family home offers 3 generous sized There is atinnitus single stone garage, andears), a 9m xjoint 7m bedrooms,pains the main with ensuite facility, huge gasshoulder, 3m three carport ideal for undercover storage of caused by arthritis, neck, arm,bay elbow, wrist, pains and numbness, heated lounge heatedankle dining and room,foot pains cars,and caravan or boats. There is also aother semi-detached back,room, hip, wood leg, knee, numbness and some nerve, opening to a galley kitchen fully equipped with room with open fire place is the ideal teenage muscular, tendon and ligament pains family and injuries etc. solid timber cupboards, Westinghouse appliances, retreat or as a games or exercise room. With beautiful Difficulty gettingThe pregnant, hormone imbalances, menstrual inclusive• of a new dishwasher. major feature is a surrounding grounds and with problems, the bonus of the two brand-new main bathroomsymptoms with up to date flooras tohot flushes, allotments makes itanxiousness, the ideal package wit those menopausal such sweats, ceiling wall and floor tiles, theresand a solid single gets glass angry wanting more space. 32thyroid – 34 Acacia Street will be depressed mood easily etc., impotence, shower screen, stylish vanity unit and a separate open this Saturday 10th of April between 11am to problems, overweight and difficulty losing weight etc. toilet. There’s also an office facility and a patio area 11.45am and Sunday the 11th of April between 2pm with city• views directly to the tower. The changes adjoining such and 2,30pm. For further details please contact John Stress, sleepless, mood as anxiousness, depressed mood, block at number 32 Acacia Street gets has a angry, number of Stott atetc. First Choice Property Sales on 0418 849 999. irritable and easily foggy head

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What conditions Massage, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Myotherapy may help:

FAST FACTS AGENT First Choice Real Estate ✔ Anxiety and depression John Stott 0418 849 999 migraine ✔ Headache and john@firstchoicepropertysales.com.au Feeding areas for cats must be quiet areas, away from the RLA 115689 ✔ Infertility andin IVF support PRICE 3

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litter box and from your own eating area. Menstrual disorders / It is better to avoid using the dining room or areas PMS management where they may be disturbed and allow your cat plenty of Skin conditions space when eating..

(psoriasis, acne etc.)

• Skin and allergy disorders: skin rash and pains, itching eyes, acne, hives, warts and dry scaly skin etc.

✔ Digestive system problems ✔ Insomnia and menopause ✔ Post chemotherapy and

MOUNT GAMBIER CHINESE MEDICAL CENTRE HEALTH NATURALLY

• Digestive disorders: reflux, irritable bowel, abdominal bloating and pain, CARING FOR YOUR low or high appetite, constipation, diarrhoea etc.

Mr. Hong Yu Cao is an Australian registered radiotherapy support acupuncturist, Chinese medicine practitioner, ✔ Chronic bronchitis, common cold qualified myotherapist and massage therapist.

Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue

Sports injuries, Muscular injuries

Headache, Migraine, Reflux

TMJ syndrome (“locked jaw”)

Infertility and IVF support

Tennis elbow, Tendonitis, Bursitis

Menstrual Disorders / PMS Management

Neck, Shoulder & Back pain

Skin conditions: Psoriasis, Acne etc.

Sciatic, Leg, Knee & Foot pain

Digestive system problems

Children’s Health issues

Insomnia & Menopausal Syndrome

Thyroid dysfunction

Post chemotherapy & Radiotherapy support

ACUPUNCTURE

Sinusitus, Common cold, Cough, Hypertension

Hormone imbalances

MASSAGE Weight loss program

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HERBAL MEDICINE HERBAL MEDICINE

✔ been in practice inCarpal for a number of years. Now the tunnel syndrome ✔ Melbourne owner of the Mount Gambier Chinese Medical Centre, Hong enjoys ✔ range Tennis elbow, tendonitis, bursitis using his diverse of skills and knowledge in acupuncture, massage and✔ Chinese herbal medicineand to assist clients suffering Neck, shoulder back pain a range of health issues including muscular, tendon, ligament ✔ Sciatic, leg, knee and foot pain and soft tissue injuries and relieving the symptoms of anxiety, depression, headache, digestive conditions, syndrome (locked jaw) skin ✔ TMJinfertility, injuries, muscular Mr Hong Yu Cao isSports an experienced practitioner and injuries has

conditions, insomnia and menstrual disorders.

Mount Gambier Chinese Medical Centre since 1995 Chinese Medical since 1995 200 Commercial St East, Mt Gambier • Ph 08 8725 Centre 7188 or 0430 911 680 • www.mgcmc.com.au

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MASSIVE FAMILY HOME/ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT! 3 Chantilly Place, Mount Gambier • 10 kW solar system. • Rainwater plumbed to taps in the entertainment area • Ducted heating in the front section of the home plus r/c split system air conditioning in the rear. • Instant gas hot water services. • Wide driveway with plenty of off-street parking. • Pop Up Sprinklers front & back.

$350,000

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Deon Howell 0419 037 896

• Situated on a 4,029m2 block and backing onto the beautifully manicured fairways of Attamarra Golf Club. • The moment you step through the door, you will be greeted by the soaring 12' high ceilings enhancing the elegant interiors. • This beautiful 5 bedroom property will be sure to impress with all the added extras for both kids and parents to enjoy. • Parents can enjoy their own quiet space by separated parent & children zones and shower in a luxurious ensuite inspired by contemporary design. Damian Venn 0438 904 771

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12/151 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier

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LUXURIOUS LIFESTYLE PROPERTY! 237 Casterton Road, Nangwarry • Lifestyle property set on 47.37 acres surrounded by beautiful established red gums. • Architecturally designed 5 bedroom home featuring a luxurious bathroom. • Huge pergola area with ziptrack blinds, perfect for entertaining. • Ample shedding, solid fencing & landscaped gardens. • 10 minutes from Penola & the famous Coonawarra wine region. • The moment you step through the door, you will be greeted by the soaring high ceilings enhancing the elegant interiors. • This beautiful 5 bedroom property will be sure to impress.

NEW | Expressions of Interest 5 1 8

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$359,000 - $379,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

96 Crouch St South, Mt Gambier

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW

11 Betula Road

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

NEW

1 Holloway Street, Donovans

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

15 Gardiner Terrace

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00 3

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$290,000-$315,000

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Spacious family home with open plan kitchen and dining, solid timber kitchen with electric cooking. Light filled front lounge and a second lounge with slow combustion heating. Three large bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes.

NEW

3 Foote Street

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$479,000

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NEW

$629,000-$649,000

$419,000-$439,000 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!

RENTALS

2/5a William Street

$365,000-$375,000 4 2 3 A great home with many features including updated kitchen, two living areas, fantastic patio/entertaining on appealing low maintenance grounds. The property also boasts two street access with room for 2 cars plus caravan or boat. NEW

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$495,000-$525,000

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3/46 Brownes Road

$649,000-$669,000 3 2 2 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.

P.O.A An exciting opportunity to be your own BOSS. Fantastic cleaning business for sale with fantastic turnover. Huge potential to take to the next level. Phone Gebhardts for further information.

23 Percy St/12-14 Alexander St

$179,000-$189,000 2 1 1 Neat and tidy solid brick and tile unit perfect for investment. Open plan kitchen and dining with great storage. Cozy lounge fully carpeted with split system.

Gebhardts Property Management

6 Davis Crescent

Cleaning Business

$699,000-$759,000

A unique opportunity to live and work from home S.T.C.C. A beautiful & grand character home set on over half acre. Huge high clearance shedding, high exposure site – zoned light industrial. Work from home or lease the sheds!

22 Lansell Street

34/184 Jubilee Highway West

$240,000 2+ 1 1 Price busting house and land package that is ready to build on flat low maintenance 344m2 approx allotment. Full package details are available from the Agent – won’t find better!

312 Commercial Street West

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Set on the outskirts of Mount Gambier on approx 7.4 acres is this secluded family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with slow combustion heating. Shedding galore – 4 bay shed with 2 bay carport plus a further 2 bay shed.

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

$349,500-$379,500

Stunning family home in popular St Martins precinct. Quiet cul-de-sac location - beautiful outlook. Quality & trendy features throughout. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining area and enclosed rear yard. Family Perfection!

344 Hill Road, Yahl

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13 Kyrenia Court

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It’s all about location – wonderful low maintenance family home in A1 position. Spacious living areas, bedrooms & outdoor entertaining. Surrounded by quality & established homes. Short walk to Blue Lake, shops & main street. Don’t Delay!

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Break free from the city and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Glenelg River. Near new build full of rustic charm. Perfect design & inspiring features. Only 6 minutes to Nelson or 20 minutes to Mount Gambier. Love at first sight!

$575,000 3 1 1+ Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available.

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

2/2 James Street

33 Wyatt Street

$389,000-$419,000 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.

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

94 Commercial Street East

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West

Avail NOW

$330 pw 3 2 1 • Three bedrooms, main with ensuite, all with BIR • Open plan kitchen/meals/ family area • Separate lounge • Main bathroom with spa • Ducted gas heating • Single garage under main roof • No pets

Avail 10/5/21

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

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

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

94 Commercial Street East

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

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Rental 8 Carthew Street, Mt Gambier $410 P/W Available: Now

59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier Highest & Best Offers Open by appointment

5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment

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8 Hirth Street, Mt Gambier $270 P/W Available: 23/04/2021

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

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale 15 Alfred Court, Beachport $800,000 Open by appointment

Hayley Goodwin Naomi Kieselbach Executive Property Assistant Management (08) 8724 7405 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

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FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $349,000 Open by appointment

Sale Business

Sale

Sale 13 Alfred Court, Beachport $350,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Sale

Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $150,000 - $160,000 Open by appointment

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

Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Business

Sale Vacant Land

Sale

4/121 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 3 $175,000 Open by appointment

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

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

Vacant Land

Sale Vacant Land

Stage 3, Mountview Estate, Compton From $145,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Property of the week Beautifully renovated inner city living with income potential.

Sale 4 Yahl Hall Road, Mt Gambier E.O.I by 12pm Friday 9th April Open by appointment

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

9+

7 Gordon Street, Mt Gambier. $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment

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Located in close proximity to Mt Gambier CBD and currently being utilised as an up-market Airbnb. Bedrooms two and three both offer BIRs. The master bedroom offers, roller shutters, WIR & modern ensuite with rain shower and his and hers basins. A fourth bedroom or second living room with double glass door entry to the rear pergola, and RCAC. The central living space is comforted by a built-in gas log fireplace, ceiling fan, RCAC and timber floorboards. The kitchen offers a breakfast bar, ample cupboard and bench space, large 5-burner gas cooktop and s-steel electric oven & d/washer. Outside, is a decked pergola with maintained lawn that is bordered by tall hedges for added privacy. This property also offers a small potting shed, concrete double driveway that offers dual roller doors, landscaped garden & rendered concrete fencing.


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unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

3 Ibis Street, Mount Gambier

RLA 282 450

9 Hayes Crescent, Mount Gambier New

New

Open WEDNESDAY 5.15pm - 5.45pm & SATURDAY 9.30am - 10.00am

Open FRIDAY 5.15pm - 6.00pm

NEW > A SIZEABLE & SOLID HOME

NEW > IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY

This wonderful home offers three entertaining zones so space to relax and unwind will be easy. Cosy front lounge room situated beside the tiled dining or office space. Spacious kitchen/dining/family room with the kitchen having been fully renovated. The third living space is the perfect spot to sit and read a good book. 5 good sized bedrooms (or 4 plus office). Main bedroom suite offering walk-in robe plus ensuite. Bedroom 5/ office contains a large built-in robe and bed 2 also contains built-in robes. Single garage UMR, undercover access into the home through the pergola, plus 6m x 4m (approx.) shed.

Delightfully renovated solid stone home set on a well fenced block with private rear yard and established low maintenance garden adjacent to Parklands. Lounge with bay window and r/c s/s air conditioner, low maintenance timber look vinyl flooring and ceiling fan. Eat in kitchen/dine with ceiling fan, gas cooking facilities and updated white cabinetry with ample storage. Three carpeted bedrooms, two with BIR’s. Renovated bathroom with floor to ceiling wall tiles and separate shower & bath. Separate toilet and laundry. Enclosed rear porch that opens out to a small decked patio area overlooking the private rear yard. Single carport & single car garage with remote on roller door.

$365,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 or Ben Ransom 0400 870 362 9 WILLIAM RD, WORROLONG $435,000-$450,000

5 2 1

2/22 HART ST, MT GAMBIER

3 1 1

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$225,000

309 COMMERCIAL ST W, MT GAMBIER $299,000-$329,000

2/8 KURRAJONG ST, MT GAMBIER $219,000-$229,000

New Open SATURDAY 10.00am - 10.30am

- Imagine waking up to country life every day…… - Lovely four-bedroom, 2 bathroom family home set on 5 acres - Huge open plan dining/family area with slow combustion wood heating and r/c split system air conditioning - This is your chance to escape to the country! Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 2 2

Open SATURDAY 11.45am - 12.15pm

- Spacious brick and tile unit in a great central location - Perfect for those that want the lock and leave lifestyle - Reverse cycle split system air conditioning - Single car garage UMR with direct internal access - Quiet cul-de-sac location within walking distance to Vansittart Park, main street, cafés and shopping Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

23 SIMPSONS LANDING RD, NELSON

2 1 1

Open SATURDAY 12.30pm - 1.00pm

- This solid three bedroom Villa is perfectly located for you to live and work from the same location - The huge sheds at the rear of the property have been used for business purposes over many years - Dimensions of the two larger sheds are 19.5m x 8.2m (approx) and 6.6m x 7.4m (approx) Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

$420,000-$460,000

3 1

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- Recently renovated brick and tile unit will be perfect for retirees, downsizers or investors - Two newly carpeted bedrooms both with BIR’s, lounge with gas wall heater and kitchen/dining with electric cooking, dishwasher, pantry and r/c split system air conditioning Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

1 KEIL DR, NELSON

2 1 1

$749,000-$779,000

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“ARNOLDS PLACE” - - - -

THE PICTURE-PERFECT HAVEN

Located within walking distance from Simsons Landing on the picturesque Glenelg River, this beautifully designed home welcomes you to its natural surroundings Large windows in the spacious open plan living area provide a magnificent viewing platform Enclosed BBQ area plus a North facing deck, offering more impressive views over the surrounding bushland Purchasers have the opportunity to purchase W.I.W.O 2 2 3 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

This double storey, brick home is a picture-perfect haven for any family The upstairs living area is like your very own sanctuary and the postcard views will take your breath away The practical timber kitchen features wall oven, dishwasher, abundant storage and huge walk in pantry A large family area and under cover pergola allows for plenty of space and year round entertaining Offering established gardens along with a large 15mx7m powered garage and 9mx6m shed 3 2 8 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE

$65,000 819m2

- Last vacant allotment available in well established area amongst quality homes - Elevated block of 819m2 - Close to MacDonald Park PS, St Martins Lutheran School & sporting complex - All services connected & plans available for purchaser Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

5/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER

$99,000 417m2

- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT!l Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

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$110,000 2.5 ACRES

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

LAND

LOT 2 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MAC

$110,000 5.16 ACRES

- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND


Gail Richards

Al Lamond

Sara O’Connor

Ben Ransom

Carolyn Gazzard

Sue Clements

Tegan Pink

SALES M: 0409 268 199

SALES M: 0418 849 266

SALES M: 0438 708 281

SALES M: 0400 870 362

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

12 Shaughnessy Court, Mount Gambier New

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

61 Dalkeith Drive, Mount Gambier New

Open SATURDAY 10.15am - 10.45am

Open SATURDAY 11.30am - 12.15pm

NEW > QUIET CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION

NEW > IDEAL EXECUTIVE LIVING

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 7TH MAY 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Deceptively spacious 4 bedroom family home, located in popular Sant Matin’s Lutheran College area. Features include open plan kitchen/dining/family area with stainless steel appliances and gas cooking, inviting home theatre room doubling as a 2nd living area, dedicated office or 5th bedroom, plus large master bedroom with ample robes including opulent en-suite. Extras include ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout, lovely North facing deck, ideal for summer entertaining, solar system, double garage under the main roof, plus much more. In conjunction with Maxine Tuffnell from Gambier Real Estate.

With fantastic street appeal, this quality 4 bedroom brick and tile home offers an ideal investment opportunity or home for young family or retiree. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, the home offers master bedroom with WIR and en-suite, all other bedrooms with BIR’s, inviting open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area, featuring modern kitchen with built-in pantry, 900mm wide gas/electric cooking & breakfast bar overlooking the dining and lounge areas. Extras include formal lounge area, low maintenance flooring and gas ducted heating throughout, plus so much more. Outside features include north facing raised pergola with blinds and built-in cabinetry, low maintenance enclosed yard (ideal for pets), garden shed and carport providing direct access to the home. An excellent investment proposition located close to the city. 4 2 1

$339,000-$359,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 22 KELLETT ST, NELSON

$545,000-$575,000

2 MACKENZIE ST, MT GAMBIER

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“NELSON COTTAGE”

A1 LOCATION

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Highest & Best Offers Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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$275,000-$285,000

This is your chance to purchase in a blue-ribbon location, within minutes of schools, the Valley Lake & Rail Lands Consisting of a lounge room, 3 bedrooms, central passage with a bathroom & toilet, renovated kitchen and new ensuite bathroom plus a second separate living space that opens onto the front decking On a large, flat allotment with city views, offering a wonderful backyard & double car stone shed with a wood fire

Nelson Cottage is an iconic property offering B&B accommodation and the opportunity to live & work from home Providing a total of 6 guest bedrooms the property can accommodate up to 15 people The owners’ residence includes reception area, two bedrooms, ensuite bathroom, wood heated lounge, large Blackwood kitchen Stunning outlook across garden to the estuary, escape to the river & get back to nature! 8 3 2 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 Or Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

312 COMMERCIAL ST W, MT GAMBIER $699,000-$759,000

34 BROLGA ST, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$359,000

6 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER $430,000-$460,000

4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER E.O.I

- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned Light Industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area

- This wonderful home is packed with value and ready to move straight into - Spacious lounge room with split system air con plus a large family/kitchen/dining room - 3 good sized bedrooms, the master & 2nd bedroom contain built in robes

- Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market - Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank - 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s

- 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

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG $899,000-$939,000

– 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 sq home – Intuitive floor plan is divided into 2 wings and is designed to take in the Southerly views over Mt Gambier Gail Richards 0409 268 199

5 3 5

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 28 GUERIN LN, GLENCOE

3 1 3

$349,000-$379,000

- Situated on a picturesque 4046m2 allotment is this welcoming family home - Inside features open plan kitchen/dining/family area with large windows capturing an abundance of natural light - Beautiful attractive & productive, mature gardens surround the home Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 2 4

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

4 2 2

Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

4 2 2

2 2 2

TRANSPORTABLE FOR SALE, YAHL $175,000-$185,000

245 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $299,000

- Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite - Lovely large open plan living area incorporating lounge/dining/kitchen with electric cooking & WI panty - Transport costs are the responsibility of the purchaser

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

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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oven • Large living/ dining with split system reverse cycle heating/

Contact: Vicki Quinn

cooling

0417 804 782

• Rear carport

Property ID: 23000744

• Currently tenanted at $210 p/w until 05 August, 2021

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RURAL RUNDOWN Funding injection Small Farm Small Grants program lends a hand

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Two Limestone Coast agriculture operations and projects have secured a share of the $6.48 million Smart Farms Small Grants funding allocated throughout the electorate of Barker. With a focus on supporting Australian farmers to adopt innovative practices that increase farm productivity, profitability and protection of natural resources management, the Small Farms Small Grants are there to back farmers in Barker by helping them adopt the next generation of sustainable farming practices. The Federal Government backed program has provided the financial support to increase farm productivity and boost natural resource management. LIMESTONE COAST RECIPIENTS • MacKillop Farm Management Group Incorporated $95,625 Grazing standing crops. Enterprise versatility, resilience, summer

groundcover and soil health. • Grassland Society of Southern Australia $97,660 - Building Carbon Capacity in the Limestone Coast. Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management David Littleproud said our farmers produce the best food and fibre in the world because of their ingenuity, resilience and incredible work ethic. “They have always looked after the land and this program supports their continued environmental stewardship by backing clever ideas that deliver good on-ground results,” Minister Littleproud said. “The Australian Government is investing almost $6.5 million through the fourth round of Smart Farms Small Grants towards a diverse range of local projects across Australia. They aim to improve environmental, economic and social outcomes through better sustainability, productivity,

and profitability in the food, fibre and forestry industries.” Member for Barker, Tony Pasin, said he was excited by the great ideas put forward by the successful local applicants under Smart Farms Small Grants. “This investment encourages clever ideas and goes directly to the grass roots, empowering locals to deliver benefits for their communities and natural resources,” Mr Pasin said. “This is a key National Landcare Program initiative and part of the Australian Government’s commitment to helping industry towards its target of growing the sector to $100 billion by 2030.” A HELPING HAND FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND: Member for Barker Tony Pasin & MacKillop Group CEO Meg Bell

THE SMART FARMS PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

• The Smart Farms program is the key agriculture portfolio initiative under phase two of the $1.1 billion National Landcare Program. • The program comprises the Smart Farming Partnerships, Smart Farms Small Grants and Building Landcare Community and Capacity grant programs. • To date, including this fourth funding round, Smart Farms Small Grants has funded a total of 384 projects to the value of $25.5 million. • An additional two rounds of Smart Farms Small Grants are anticipated with funding of up to $18 million. • The government is investing almost $6.5 million funding 84 projects through the fourth round of Smart Farms Small Grants towards a diverse range of local projects across Australia. Grants were available for between $5,000 and $100,000 for farmers, fishers and community groups.

OTHER PROJECTS OF NOTE:

• Barossa Improves Grazing Group Incorporated $68,800 - Adoption of innovative practices to improve onfarm water security leading to increased sustainability and NRM outcomes in the Northern Mount Lofty and Barossa Ranges. • Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board $77,000 - Optimising groundcover through benchmarking seasonal conditions and groundcover. • Charles Sturt University $99,600 - Building capacity and knowledge to increase dung beetle awareness among cattle and sheep producers. • Department of Primary Industries and Regions $98,023 - Demonstrating and refining grower friendly tools to improve nutrient application efficiency and almond quality across the Murray Darling Basin. • Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine Incorporated $100,000 - Adopting Sustainable Winegrowing practices using the principals of Community Based Social Marketing. • Mallee Sustainable Farming Inc. $99,000 - High impact digital extension of research and development in the Mallee. • Potatoes South Australia Incorporated $100,000 - Demonstrating the potential of compost to reduce diseases and increase productivity in the Australian Potato Industry. • South Australian No-Tillage Farmers Association $28,700 - Regional scale awareness raising and demonstrations to improve the sustainability of forestry, cropping and livestock operations with access to newly created, large-scale biochar supplies. • The Wine Grape Council of South Australia Incorporated $99,980 - Growing the success of the EcoVineyards program throughout South Australia. • South Australian No-Tillage Farmers Association $29,500 - Advancing inter-cropping in mainstream NoTill farming systems to improve sustainability, productivity andprofitability.• WoTL Ltd $57,490 - Building the capacity of rural leaders to support women farmers to adopt best practice sustainable agriculture across the South Australian landscape.


RURAL RUNDOWN South Australian primary industry strong Primary industries & agribusiness continue to boost the economy South Australia’s primary industries produced a strong return in the most recent financial year reaching $14.1 billion in revenue, according to new figures released last week. South Australia’s Primary Industries Scorecard 2019-20 highlights the critical reliance on the primary industries and agribusiness sector to keep the economy moving despite a number of challenges including drought, bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said South Australian farmers should be proud of the $14.1 billion revenue recorded in 2019-20 in the face of adversity. “Our agriculture sector is incredibly resilient and the 2019-20 Primary Industries Scorecard reflects the ability for our farmers to adapt

to the challenges before them,” said Minister Basham. “South Australia’s primary industries and agribusiness sector is a vital part of our economy supporting more than 70,000 jobs across the state. “In 2019-20, the sector saw reduced export demand, particularly in wine, seafood and wool, but other sectors picked up much of the difference. “We saw growth in the production value for livestock (up 4.7%), horticulture (up 12%), forestry (up 11%) and dairy (up 12%). “The scorecard shows the value of the international exports of agriculture, food, wine and forestry products grew by three per cent to $5.6 billion, representing 51 per cent of the state’s total merchandise export value in 2019–20. “Through the whole supply chain,

combined gross food and wine revenue increased to $20.56 billion, with increases in overseas export of food commodities and retail sales. “The Marshall Liberal Government wants the sector to grow even further with Food, Wine and Agribusiness one of our nine Growth State sectors and we are committed to seeing it grow to $23

billion by 2030. “Our government is supporting industry to achieve these goals by investing in our regions through our $160 million Regional Growth Fund, the $25 million upgrade of South Australia’s Dog Fence, our $7.5 million Red Meat and Wool Growth Program and our AgTech Strategic Plan, to name a few.”

The Primary Industries Scorecard includes the revenue, sales, exports and gross value production of primary industries sectors and associated processing such as field crops, livestock, horticulture, wine, seafood, dairy, forestry, wool, skins, seeds and animal feed. View the Scorecard results at pir. sa.gov.au/scorecards

Call is out for a new generation of fishers School holiday competition all about sustainable practices It’s time for the new generation of fishermen to show us thier skills with the Rivoli Bay Jetties Junio Fishing Competition this school holidays. Enter the competition, catch a fish at the Beachport or Southend jetties and you could win great prizes!. The Rivoli Bay Jetties Junior Fishing Competition will be held during the first week of the April 2021 school holidays and is free to enter. The Rivoli Bay Jetties Junior Fishing Competition is a fun competition suitable for both the

serious youth angler and those who have never fished before. The aim of the competition is to provide a fun event to grow interest and skill in fishing whilst enjoying the local, natural environment in Southend and Beachport. Organisers support sustainable fishing and encourage catch and release practices. Therefore, for this competition, there are no prizes for catching the “most” fish. This competition is based on scale fish species and size Once you have registered, fish anytime from 12 noon on Monday, April 12, until 3pm on Friday, April

16, to be in the running. Winners will be presented on Saturday, April 17, at a presentation to be held at the Beachport Hotel at 4 pm. Participants can register from 10am on April 12 at a briefing and workshop held at the Beachport Recreation Centre until 2pm. The workshop will feature a range of stations throughout the hall providing advice on several subjects including how to cast, how to bait your hook, how to handle your tackle, water safety, and FishWatch. You must register to receive you ID laminated Angler card for

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased as agents yarded 4042 lambs and 914 sheep to total 4956 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restocker orders. Quality was mixed from store lambs lacking condition up to large heavy weight lambs coming off irrigation and feed with the pricing starting brightly before

fading to end up with slightly cheaper rates of $3 to $5/head than the week before. Light lambs to the trade made from $103 to $147 as restockers sourced lighter weights from $138 to $161/head. The heavier pens were making from $163 to $180/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $156 to $182 with the heavy lambs returning from $183 to $210/head.

The extra heavy lots sold from $210 to the market high of $250/ head. Hoggets made from $113 to $147/head. Light sheep were making from $92 to $122/head. Medium weight sheep sold from $130 to $166 as the heavy pens made from $159 to a high of $238/ head. The rams were making from $66 to $132/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell again as agents yarded 353 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with some mixed activity from the group last week as some sought cattle while some chose not to participate in the lead up to the Easter holidays. Quality was mixed from stores to prime lots coming off feed as the market sold to dearer rates last week. Yearling steers to the trade made from 333c to 475c to lift 5c as similar heifers sold from 390c to 470c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 335c to 470c and heifers from 370c to 444c/kg. Steers to the restocker made from 460c to 487c and heifers sold from 430c to 470c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 288c to 405c with feeder support here from 374c to 390c/kg. Grown heifers were making from 285c to 345c to the trade with feeders operating from 304c to 411c/kg. Heavy cows made from 284c to 330c to lift 18c with restockers selling to 325c whilst feeders made to 345c/kg. Heavy bulls made from 268c to 290c with light weights to feed on peaking at 371c/kg.

fish photos, scoresheet and competition rules. Take a clear photo of the fish against the brag mat with your ID card and submit anytime. Photos may be submitted by: • sending via messenger or Facebook to the Rivoli Bay Jetties Junior Fishing Competition event page • emailing to events@wattlerange. sa.gov.au • handing in a USB or SD card to the Beachport Visitor and Information Centre • SMS to mobile 0455 314 461. Come and register at the workshop for the whole week and have a chance to win a great prize. Registering outside

of the workshop is available at the Beachport Visitor Information Centre. For more information please visit the event Facebook page or contact Sarah Marzec, Community Development Officer on 8733 0900 or council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au Age categories include: The Wobbegongs: Anglers aged 5 years and under The Tigers: Anglers aged 6 to 12 years The Great Whites: Anglers aged 13 to 17 years

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Time to get a life... One of the things I’ve found most challenging and depressing about the whole COVID situation has been each time people are diagnosed with it and they list off all of the places that the person has visited in the media. Let me explain. COVID refers to coronavirus disease 2019 which is a contagious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, which is a disease first identified in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019…sorry. ou already knew that? You’ve heard of the COVID? Righto. I’ll keep going then. Each time there is a diagnosed case of the disease in Australia, where we’ve largely kept it under relative control, you start reading

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lists in the media of locations the person has visited. The expectation is then that those who have also attended these places should get tested and quarantine themselves until they have the results of their test. Obviously the aim of this is to ensure that the disease that spreads rapidly is contained. As an example, after a recent positive test for COVID in Brisbane, a list was circulated of places the person had visited with a message from health authorities that, “Anyone who has been to any of the venues below must immediately isolate and get tested tomorrow.” So why has this caused distress to me, you may be wondering? The big problem I have is that the list highlights that the person who has caught the COVID has such a better life than me. They seem to have an active social life and get out and do things in their life, which is the complete opposite of me. For example, the person in Brisbane last week had visited the following places. On the Saturday they visited the Black Hops Brewery, wandered over to the Green Beacon Brewing Co., followed by staggering on to the Eatons Hill Hotel. Sounds like a pretty good way to spend a Saturday afternoon. It’s worth noting that the following day (Sunday), they didn’t go anywhere. The clear thing we can deduce from this was that they had a headache from the fun they’d had the previous day, so

slept in and then spent the day on the couch. How good does that sound?! On Monday they went to Bunnings and the Strathpine Plaza Shopping Centre. Bunnings! You know you’re having a good day when you spend some time at Bunnings. I bet they only went to the cool shops at the Shopping Centre too. Probably Footlocker and a good book shop. Tuesday saw them visiting Zambreros, the Lawnton Fruit Market, Nellas Gourmet Tucker, Poolwerx Strathpine and Dan Murphy’s. Obviously in a bit of a spicy mood enjoying some Mexican. I’ll be honest, I don’t like the sound of the fruit market and gourmet tucker. My read on that is that they have a girlfriend and that’s where she wanted to go. Still not great that he had to go there, but at least he’s got a girlfriend. Not to mention, he’s got a pool by the look of things and then got some supplies at Dan Murphy’s. Probably had a couple of Jack Daniels around the pool with the girlfriend to finish the evening. But there was still more to come. Wednesday he cruised through the Hungry Jacks drive through and visited the Lawton Country Markets. I’m assuming the markets was again for the girlfriend, and if she’s going to be throwing her weight around and wanting to go to boring places regularly, she better be worth it or it’s probably time to cut her loose. She seems a bit high maintenance if you’re

asking me. Having said that, a girlfriend is a girlfriend at the end of the day so it would be worth holding on to her until he finds someone better. Thursday he was back to BWS. Presumably at some point he was starting to feel a bit unwell (remember he’s got COVID), so decided he might need some supplies to help him fight off the fact he wasn’t feeling well, and get him through if it turned out it was something more serious (do I maybe have the COVID?) He also did head to Ceres Pizza Café to pick up a delicious Hawaiian pizza and some garlic bread. I may be using my imagination a bit too

much at this point. You tell me this guy doesn’t have a great life. My list of places visited would include my workplace, whichever location I’m at for my children’s daily sporting activities, my couch, Ned Flanders’ Leftorium and the local op shops. I do like the op shops but realistically I’m mainly there because my children are obsessed with op shopping. From that list it should be pretty clear that I have no life. If it was published in the media people would just feel sorry for me. If you think you’ve got a more pathetic life than me, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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Intermediate Tax Accountant J A Accounting & Tax Services, a family owned and operated business since 2005 are seeking a new team member to join our friendly, busy firm. This role would suit a motivated, enthusiastic person looking to further their career in an established firm, with an opportunity to invest in your future. Duties will include but are not limited to: • Client interviewing and consultation. • Liaising with the ATO • Preparation of all types of Income Tax Returns - Individuals, Partnership, Company, Trusts. • Preparation of Financial Statements for all types of entities Sole Traders, Partnerships, Companies & Trusts. • Book-keeping and preparation of Business Activity Statements. • Review of team members work (dependent on experience) Accuracy and attention to detail are crucial to this role Attractive Salary on offer dependent on qualifications and experience. All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence

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General Manager Mount Gambier Bus Lines is seeking applications for the role of General Manager. Key responsibilities for this role include: • Day to day operation of a local bus business. • Preparation of rosters for all bus services and related activities of the Company. • Human resource management ensuring continuity of service for our customers. • Oversight of administrative functions of the business in conjunction with office staff and head office. • Liaise with Workshop Manager ensuring Fleet Maintenance of the highest level. • Ensuring contractual, legal and WH&S obligations are met. Whilst support will be provided to the role, the successful applicant will be a self-starting, organised person with skills in customer service and managing a workforce. You will also need: • Heavy Rigid License or the ability to obtain. • South Australian Driver’s Accreditation or the ability to obtain. The General Manager is a full-time position providing a salary commensurate with skill and experience. Mount Gambier Bus Lines is an equal opportunity employer and encourage a wide diversity of applicants. Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential and can be sent to:

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New look Mount Gambier Show Jumping Club’s Easter Carnival

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It was a Mount Gambier Showjumping Festival with a difference this Easter as the popular equestrian event returned to the calendar after a COVID absence. The event usually hosted at the Blue Lake Sports Park velodrome moved across the driveway to the baseball diamonds for the 2021 event – the 38th running of the quality competition. For the first time in the event’s history, there were two rings, giving the usual elite riders the chance to compete, as per usual, but also nurturing young talent with the second ring working in the

entry level categories and less experienced riders. Mount Gambier Showjumping Club president David Johnson was thrilled with the new format – a change originally touted for 2022 but brought forward with great success, admitting it did put the small organising committee under pressure but the volunteers had risen to the occasion. Adding a second ring did require the club to invest in new wings and a few new fences but to see the sundrenched rings testing horse and rider from 8.30am each morning of the Easter weekend made all the hours of preparation

worthwhile. “It really is exciting to see it all come together,” Johnson said. “The second ring is mainly local riders – it gives them the opportunity to mingle with serious horse competitors and also get to see what they can do next.” Attracting Level 3 course designer Michael Haese and level 3 judge Kevin Taranto to the event was a show of the standing the Easter Showjumping Carnival is held in national circles. David Johnson was the second ring designer for the event, with Warrnambool’s Angela Hodgetts taking on judging duties.

“To have people of this calibre is so good – it gives us quality fences for quality horses,” Johnson said. The 2021 event also had memorial events honouring past members David Clark and John Wilshire. “We are proud to carry on their tradition,” David said. The president was also quick to thank the Mount Gambier & District Baseball League and the South Gambier Football and Netball Clubs for their assistance with loaning of facilities. CHECK OUT NEXT WEEK’S LIFESTYLE1 FOR MORE PHOTOS AND RESULTS

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Arguably the region’s most successful and most experienced rider, Kristy Bruhn and Blackall Park Koraleigh in full flight.

Local rider Leila Clark partners with Fourwinds Biscuit, riding for Ellie Bowman, who is sidelined with a broken leg.

Mount Gambier’s Robyn Keillor teams with Molly to take on the 55cm course in ring 2.

Peta Utolia (Mount Gambier) and Prinnie, from Beachport, taking part in the East Showjumping festival.

Cody Collins, from Mount Gambier, steers Bones around the 55cm course during Saturday’s action.

Shae Tweddle, from Glencoe, teams with Fiji during Saturday morning’s showjumping action.

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Lakes Junior Tennis grand final action Last week in rather warm weather, 38 players took to the Millicent Bowls Club greens to have 20 ends of bowls, once again due to the odd number, one triple had to be picked to play against a pair. Results for the day saw the triple of Malcolm Wright, John Drew and Andre Reinders coming in, in first place with a score of 33+22, Runners up for the day was Derek Bowering and Ian Ross, just being beat on shots up with a score of 33+6. Other winning teams were, Robin Rolfe, Peter Varcoe 33+4, Derrick Lindh, Eddie Hann 32+16, John Eldridge, Bill Burdon 32+7, Lorraine Hyland , Tery Barnes 32+4, Sam Schofield, Neil Whelan 32+2, Ros Varcoe, Arthur O’Connell 31+4 and David Taylor, Peter Hyland 31+1. Players were reminded that the ladies meeting is on April 7 and the open meeting on April 8, and member Terry Barnes was congratulatd on the occasion of his 80th birthday. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above left) John Drew, Andrea Reinders & Malcolm Wright 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above right) Derek Bowering & Ian Ross

Jess Stutley (West Gambier)

Daniel Ferguson (West Gambier)

Emily Jolley (West Gambier)

PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE (JUST A GIRL WITH A CAMERA)

Pennant bowls results 1st semi final • Mount Gambier Blue 43/12 d Naracoorte 39/2; 2nd semi final • Mount Gambier Red 43/12 d Port MacDonnell Red 39/2; PRELIMINARY FINAL (April 7) • Port MacDonnell Blue v Mount Gambier Blue

Junior basketball premiers decided Under 12 Boys Blue Division There was certainly plenty of energy showcased in the U12 Boys Blue grand final with the topped placed Boomers taking on the second placed Wolves. The teams played at a frenetic pace, using their dribbling and passing skills to create scoring opportunities. Kobi Roulstone for the Wolves (pictured below left) had a fantastic game piling on 23 points as he sliced his way through the Boomers defence. Wolves 33 (K Roulstone, L Sampson, B Russell) d Boomers 28 (W Hoskings, D Stephens, C Carroll) Under 12 Boys Gold Division With four minutes to go scores were locked away at 26 all in an epic U12 Boys Gold grand final. Banjo Stephens and Lachie McCann scored on consecutive trips to give the Magic a four point edge in the final minutes. The ever-resilient Hunters never gave in and found a spark in Albert Peters quickly working their way back into the lead. The final minute was tense with the Magic trying everything to regain the lead, however it was the Hunters (pictured below centre) that would hold on for a memorable victory. Hunters 36 (A Peters, N Gazzard, J Humphries) d Magic 32 (L McCann, B Stephens, T White)

Under 14 Boys Blue Division The U14 Boys Blue grand final had the Pistons taking on the Blazers. The Pistons caused the upset against the top placed Giants to gain entry into the grand final and the Blazers (pictured below right) took care of business against the Sixers in their semi final. For the Piston Angus Troebinger battled hard for his side finishing with 10 points, however the Bistons struggled to contain Kobi Maxwell (17 points) and Ethan Bayley (10 points). Blazers 42 (K Maxwell, E Bayley, S Sampson) d Pistons 24 (A Troebinger, T Beimans, R Lomas)

Under 14 Boys Gold Division The U14 Boys Gold grand ffnal had top placed Kings taking on the third placed Jets. Both teams were locked away at 21 all at half time. The Jets, behind the play of Angus Heesmans, were effectively disrupting the play of the Kings. Riley Ellis started the third quarter with back-to-back baskets igniting a push from the Kings who took a five point lead into the final term. Sam Baron of the Jets worked hard to keep his side in touch in the final quarter, however the Kings (pictured right) managed to push their lead out to double figures and held on for the win.

Kings 54 (R Ellis, H Croker, L Allen) d Jets 43 (A Heesemans, S Baron, B Noble) Under 14 Girls Blue Division It was a tight game between the Capitals and Storm. Sienna Henke and Molly Peacock were stars for the Capitals (pictured belwo top right) while Tahni Kemp had a great game for the Storm. The game was a credit to the work of coaches Beth Serle and Leigh Thorne who have worked hard to develop the U14 Girls Blue Division. Capitals 30 (S Henke, M Peacock, A Cary) d Storm 27 T Kemp, Z Cole, K Cole) Under 14 Girls Gold Division

The U14 Girls Gold grand final was played with fantastic intensity, both team picking up the other with full court pressure for the full 40 minutes of game play. Chloe Peacock of the Opals capped off her fantastic season with 16 points in the grand final. It was the play of Ruby Mitchell that gave the Lightning the edge. Ruby’s ability to rebound and gather loose balls made a huge difference for her side. Lightning 38 (R Mitchell, M Collins, M Human) d Opals 31 (C Peacock, M Anderson, C Yelland)


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Lakes Junior Tennis premiers decided

A GRADE BOYS PREMIERS: Reidy Park - Joel Childs, Cade Kelly, Zayne Young & Noah Gazzard

A GRADE GIRLS PREMIERS: West Gambier - Jessica Stutley, Emily Jolley, Ella Jolley & Anka Le Roux

B GRADE BOYS PREMIERS: Mil Lel - Pattrick Robinson, Riley Boneham, Lachie Arnold & James Braun

B GRADE GIRLS PREMIERS: Reidy Park - Maggie Collins, Piper deNys, Sarah Brown, Bridget Facy & Milla Walmsley

C GRADE BOYS PREMIERS: West Gambier - (Back) Rafael Rigopoulis, Owen Feetom & Sebastian Ricketts & (front) Peyton Robinson & Ryan O’Donnell

C GRADE GIRLS PREMIERS: West Gambier - Tillie McEachern, Rylee Kuchel, Layla McPherson, Kyra Kuchel & Kasey Sims

D GRADE BOYS PREMIERS: Mount Gambier - Ethan Wilkin, Will Vincent, Hugh Bailey, Henry Medhurst & Matthew Aarts

E GRADE BOYS PREMIERS: Moorak - (Back) Ryan Pearson, Will Pearson, Alex Kanahs & (front) Mason Rogers & Lachy Paltridge

E GRADE GIRLS PREMIERS: Uniting Church - Eliza Peters, Ava Hosking, Olivia Hosking & Zara Cole

PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE (JUST A GIRL WITH A CAMERA) ABSENT: D Grade Girls premiers (West Gambier) and F Grade (Mixed) premiers (West Gambier Blue)

Table tennis finalists decided In the final week before finals of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Summer 2021 season, and with only the top two teams in each grade progressing to the playoffs next week, there was plenty riding on nearly all matches. Led by the ever-reliable Josh Jantosh, Mac’n’Toshes battled out a fiercely tight A Grade contest against Kevin Patzel’s Four Donkeys. Patzel and Mac’n’Tosh player David Fox commenced proceedings with what turned out to be the rubber of the round and possibly the season. Fox gained the ascendancy early by taking the first game by 15 points to 13 before Patzel fought Back to grab the next two games and the upper hand. Fox again lifted, taking the fourth game to send it to a deciding fifth. Neither player gave an inch as they went point for point in a mesmerising display of power and cunning reflexes. Eventually fatigue set in, Patzel the first to waive as Fox held his nerve and held on for a 11-6 result. That result may have been the ultimate difference between the teams as they finished

locked at 6 rubbers apiece, Mac’n’Toshes claiming victory by the barest of margins of 25 games to 24 on the countback. The other A Grade matchup produced a much more decisive result as strong performances from Ben Newman and Ward Freeman guided Boom Shakalaka to a comprehensive 8-4 victory over Leigh Barry’s Leighmonzz. Revengers jumped out of the blocks early in their B Grade encounter with Iron Filings, Rayelene Hutchesson and Cameron Beal posting easy wins against Kuncheria Luka and Hayden Luo respectively to give their team a 2-0 lead. Joel Schofield then sparked the Filings to a run of wins through the middle section of the night with a win over Rowan Hardcastle. In the end it was the Iron Filings who held off the Revengers to record a 6-5 win, Beal remaining undefeated on the night. In the other B Grade match, Turn It Up player Kylie Boston battled toe-to-toe against her Tweakers opponent Chris McGregor, Boston showing her classy skills in touch

and placement to take the first game. McGregor then hit his straps, his trademark back and sidespin lobs unsettling Boston as he took the second game to square the contest. Boston regained her composure though, scrapping to take the third game before McGregor claimed the fourth to send it into a decider. It became a battle of nerves as the players traded points, neither making a mistake until finally a backhand error from Boston with the scores locked at 10-all enabled McGregor to serve out the final point for a memorable win. McGregor finished the night with a clean sheet in singles however he played somewhat of a lone hand as Tony Elletson also performed strongly to lead Turn It Up to a comprehensive 9-3 victory. In the C Grade, Fireballs dominated early against Blue Goblins, winning four of the first five rubbers led by Nat HarrisJones, Lorraine Halleday and Tom Horrigan. The Goblins came home with a wet sail at the end of the night with victory in four of the last six rubbers, but it was Fireballs who snatched the overall win 7-5. Highlights included Fireballs

player Tracey Escreet’s five-game battle with Blue Goblins’ Nudeen Cook, the latter outlasting her opponent in a contest that had onlookers up out of their seats. Halleday remained undefeated for Fireballs whilst Cook also kept a clean sheet for the Blue Goblins. The final C-Grade match of the regular season saw Snowballs produce an even team performance to completely outclass the Griffins. Brandon Malin maintained his strong form for the victors to record a clean sheet, whilst for the Griffins Jedda Hardcastle also went undefeated but had no support from her teammates. The showpiece was undoubtedly the grudge match between Hardcastle and Snowballs player Campbell Fox, both players eager to claim bragging rights. Hardcastle started strongly, storming to a 2-0 lead and seeming to have to the battle under control, before Fox remarkably fought back to take the next two games and send the contest to a thrilling decider. Again, Hardcastle appeared to gain control, but Fox was not to be denied, both players unable to penetrate the others’ defences as they engaged in lengthy rally

after lengthy rally. Eventually as the pressure mounted on match point, Fox pushed a forehand just long paste the edge of the table to give Hardcastle the win and send the crowd into raptures. Mac’n’Toshes will face off against Go-Ghetiams in the A Grade final, Wolf Pack will battle Iron Filings for B Grade honours and Snowballs and Fireballs will battle it out in the C Grade decider. Registrations are now open for the Autumn season commencing on April 28. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to come and try out, for enquiries contact the club via email mtgtabletennis@gmail.com or via their Facebook page. 2-rubber winners: • A Grade: Josh Jantosh (Mac’n’Toshes), Kevin Patzel (Four Donkeys), Ben Newman, Ward Freeman (Boom Shakalaka) • B Grade: Chris McGregor (Teakers), Tony Elletson (Turn It Up), Cameron Beal (Revengers) • C Grade: Lorraine Halleday (Blue Goblins), Nudeen Cook (Fireballs) Jedda Hardcastle (Griffins), Chris Turner, Brandon Malin (Snowballs).


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East Gambier Cricket Club hands out awards

DARREN GRAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR Alex Hentschke

NEVILLE SKINNER UNDER 21 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Emmerson Marks

A GRADE WINNERS: Alex Hentschke (Batting & Bowling) and Leigh Von Duve (Fielding)

UNDER 14 WINNERS: Aryan Kumar (Coach’s Award), Rajat Pandey (Bowling) & Angus Clarke (Batting & Fielding)

CLUB PERSON OF THE YEAR Catherine Clark

UNDER 12 WINNERS: Nick Clark, Evan Clark (Bowling & Fielding), Jackson Bald (Batting) Ryan Lucas, Thomas Peucker (Coach’s Award), Hugh Clark & Claire Lucas. Absent: Koby Galloway (Fielding)

B GRADE WINNERS: Nathan Gore (batting & Bowling) and Marc Roberts (Fielding)

O’DONOGHUE SHIELD (UNDER 17) PREMIERS & TROPY WINNERS Rob Johncock (Coach), James Sullivan(Fielding), Liam Turley (Coach’s Award) Aiden Creasey, Thomas Graney (Batting), Jack Lawrence, Angus Clarke & Iain Little. Absent: Sam Lock (Bowling), Oliver Bennett, Riley Flamank, Noah Gazzard & Joel Bryant

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TUESDAY 13 TH APRIL

SORRENTOS CAFE SUMMER TROPHY WINNER: Dianne Allen

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It was a full program for the women at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday with the running of the second round of the Collins Court Butcher Captain’s Trophy, the March Monthly Medal and the second and final qualifying round for the handicap championships. The monthly medal, sponsored by club Grant and Dianne Perryman, was won by Beryl Mahoney and will be presented at the end of year presentations. The long course presented some challenges for the majority but at least the sun was shining last week. Ronda Edwards led the way for Division 1 took the top voucher by one stroke from Sue Agars. Edwards, with a handicap of 20, had a slow start on the front nine playing seven shots over her handicap. The back nine was a different story scoring three under finishing nett 76. Agars, off 22, also struggled on the front nine, five shots over, but was able to finish the back nine square to her handicap to sign for nett 77. Beryl Mahoney was a runaway winner in Division 2, carding 101-3071, that included pars on the 5th and 12th holes handling the warm conditions and the tough course set up with ease. Once again on the podium accepting the runner up voucher was Lesley McPherson, carding 109-32-77, with pars on the 9th and 12th holes. Annette Ford was the pro-shot winner on the par 3 fifth hole. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot winners were Cherryl Hill (Div 1) and Karen Panagopolous (Div 2). Winners with the flat stick, both with 28 putts, were Rosemary Martland (Div 1) and Beryl Mahoney (Div 2) At presentations, the Sorrentos Cafe Summer Trophy winner was announced and the recipient was Dianne Allen after points were tallied for the three best scores from four rounds. No results for the handicap championships were available at press time but the quarter finals will be playedthis Wednesday.

MARCH MONTHLY MEDAL: Division 2 runner up Lesley McPherson, winner Beryl M.ahoney and Division 1 winner Ronda Edwards and runner up Sue Agars Enquiries phone the Secretary on 0417 082 029


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Mount Gambier Little Athletics Centre brings home a swag of medals & personal best times Mount Gambier District Little Athletics Centre took a team of 19 athletes to Adelaide at the end of last month to compete at the 2021 State Individual Championships. Coach Sally Taylor was on hand to assist the athletes with their preparation for the raft of events. Pubicity officer Adrian Lynch said the centre was fortunate to have a coach of Sally’s standing. ”Mt Gambier Athletics is very lucky to have a coach of Sally’s calibre to train and mentor not only junior athletes but senior athletes as well, and we thank Sally for her dedication and commitment to the sport of athletics,” Lynch said. Mount Gambier enjoyed a great carnival with athletes bringing home 10 medals, including five gold, one silver and four bronze, as well as many personnel best (PB) performances. “When we go away as a team there are three things we tell our athletes and it is in this order - have fun, make new friends and do your best on the day and as a club we achieved all three,” Lynch said. Stand out performers from the weekend were Hamish Gordon with two gold medals in discus and shot put and a bronze medal in the 1100m race walk. Hamish also achieve a State best performance for the U11 boys in the discus with a throw of 35.40m. Ben Ellis won one gold medal in the U9 boy’s high jump and a bronze medal in the 800m race. Harry Ellis has been selected in the State Little Athletics Team for the 1500m and 800m. Saskia Brogan, a new athlete this season, competed in U10 girls and in her five events and produced a PB inevery event. Mount Gambier keeps turning out race walkers with six athletes competing in this discipline for five medals. Emily Lynch continued her great form winning the U14 Girls 1500m race walk with a PB, while U12 Boys had two athletes competing in the 1500m race walk with Les Jagger winning gold and Jacob Gordon winning bronze, both with PBs. Brother and sister duo Hamish and Annabelle Gordon won bronze and silver in the 1100m race walk with new PBs.

Mount Gambier Athletes Results Saskia Brogan - Female U10 800 m – 6th 3:08.25 PB 200 m Heats – Q 33.36 PB 200 m Final – 5th 32.18 New PB Long Jump – 5th 3.49m PB 100 m Heats – Q 15.63 PB 100 m Final – 4th 15.67 Benjamin Ellis - Male U9 800 m – 3rd 2:45.96 PB High Jump – 1st 1.12m PB 100 m Heats – 16.69 400 m Heats – 1.17.44 PB Harrison Ellis - Male U13 1500 m – 4th 4:56.76 PB 800 m – 7th 2:37.42 PB Annabelle Gordon - Female U10 60 m Hurdles Heats – 13.01 PB 200 m Heats – 36.74 PB 1100 m Race Walk – 2nd 8:12.63 PB 70 m Heats – 11.80 PB 10 Long Jump – 8th 3.40m PB Hamish Gordon - Male U11 Shot Put – 1st 11.49 PB 1100 m Race Walk – 3rd 7:05.49 PB 100 m Heats – 16.00 Discus – 1st 35.40m PB and New State Best Performance

Jacob Gordon - Male U12 Shot Put – 4th 10.19 PB 1500 m Race Walk – 3rd 8:48.12 PB Discus – 4th 26.06m PB Kyla Gordon - Female U14 Triple Jump – 15th 8.41m PB Discus – 12th 14.71m PB Javelin – 10th 14.68m Shot Put – 11th 6.39m Jena Jagger - Female U14 100 m Heats – 14.58 equal PB 400 m Heats – Q 1:10.33 PB 400 m Final – 7th 1:09.38 New PB Long Jump – 9th 3.57m 200 m Heats – 30.29 Les Jagger - Male U12 1500 m – 5th 5:13.08 PB 1500 m Race Walk – 1st 8:14.91 PB 800 m – 13th 2:39.93 PB Emily Lynch - Female U14 1500 m – 6th 5:45.84 1500 m Race Walk – 1st 7:28.95 PB 800 m – 10th 2:45.23 PB Sailor McCracken - Female U10 Discus – 4th 17.18m PB 200 m Heats – 34.33 70 m Heats – Q 11.27 PB 70 m Final – 6th 11.58

100 m Heats – 16.14 PB Jack McGill - Male U14 Long Jump – 15th 3.89m 100 m Heats – 13.76 PB Triple Jump – 11th 8.96m PB 200 m Heats – 28.07 PB High Jump – 5th 1.40m Albert Peters - Male U11 Shot Put – 3rd 10.11m PB Charlotte Tarr - Female U14 100 m Heats 14.57 – 15.19 Long Jump 4.05m – 3.53m 200 m Heats 30.18 – 32.55 Fergus Tarr - Male U11 1100 m Race Walk – 4th 7:13.63 PB Isobel Thompson - Female U11 High Jump – 13th 1.11m Long Jump – 11th 3.54m PB Archer Virtanen - Male U14 Long Jump – 14th 3.99m Javelin – 4th 30.85 PB Shot Put – 7th 9.77m PB Discus – 6th 27.43 PB High Jump – 8th 1.35m Skye Virtanen - Female U12 Triple Jump – 6th 8.27m PB 80 m Hurdles Heats – Q 15.30 PB 80 m Hurdles Final - DNF

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Javelin – 7th 14.64m 100 m Heats – 15.25 PB Shot Put – 8th 7.64m PB Harry Whalan - Male U10 Shot Put – 12th 5.82m Discus – 16th 13.12m MEDAL WINNERS: (Above top from left) Under 12 1500m walk - Gold medal winner Les Jagger & Jacob Gordon (bronze) and Under 11 shot put gold medal winner Hamish Gordon 1st & bronze medallist Albert Peters. STRONG PERFORMERS: (Above bottom from left) Under 14 400m athlete Jena Jagger; Under 11 discus athlete Hamish Gordon; Under 14 1500m race walker Emily Lynch & Ben Ellis can’t hide his joy from securing a gold medal.


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Awards handed out to the best Millicent Bowls Club bowlers

TEAM ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD: The Scrappers with 260 premiership points - Manny Fuentes, Sharon Mackie, Tammy Stuvvle & Robin Thomas

BEST REGULAR BOWLER: Terry Barnes (25 touches)

RED DIVISION RUNNERS UP: Sparkies - Terry Lonergan, Robert Reilly & Chris Earl. Absent: Scott Lonergan

WHITE DIVISION RUNNER UP: Rhonda Slape (18 touches)

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Summer Series penultimate race Another large number of riders signed on for the penultimate race in the Mount Gambier Cycling Club’s Summer Series. With seven riders joining us from Hamilton, the 21 starters were placed into three large groups for the 30km handicap race. First to leave was Jason Buckland, with Jen Buckland, Pam Menzel, Jacki Barnett and Shane Kennett. The second group to leave, 12 minutes later, contained Spek Peake, John Cranwell, Bruce McLaughlin, Phil Stasiw, Dean Zeven, John De Pree, Mike Bakker, Jami Buckley, Harry Opperman, Rhyan Menzel, Dean Menzel and Colin Weatherill. They were given a two minute head start on the final group of Chris Kennett, Matthew Opperman, Rohan Garfoot and Nick Kidman. The pace was on from the outset of the race, with some riders finding the going tough, and losing touch with their bunch within the initial 10km. The scratch riders were scorching their way down the track, catching all of the middle group of riders by the halfway mark, and on target to catch the limit group before the finish line. At the halfway mark, it was Jen Buckland, Barnett, Pam Menzel and Shane Kennett still in front, with Jason Buckland between them and the next bunch containing Kidman, Chris Kennett, Matthew Opperman, Rhyan Menzel, Dean Menzel, and Weatherill. Stasiw and Zeven were working together, just in front of Cranwell, De Pree, and McLaughlin. Continuing to ride strongly at the back of the race was Jami Buckley, Peake, Bakker and Garfoot. After the turnaround, it seemed that the wind picked up, and was directly into the faces of the riders. Some of the groups, which had split on the outward journey, connected back up again. The pace was still hot from the scratch riders, and they passed the limit riders with 5km still to race, with the other riders continuing to try

Four junior riders greeted the starter for the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series 10km handicap race earlier this month. After his victory in the previous week, Eddie Buckland was given slightly less of a head start this time around. Molly Opperman and Freya Miller left together, four minutes after Eddie, followed a further minute later by Elmer Buckland. Taking advantage of the slight tailwind on the outward leg, Eddie minimised his losses and turned for home well ahead of the chasing riders. Molly was riding strongly, having pulled away from Freya, with Elmer working hard to bridge the gap to both of them. As the racers neared the finish line, it became clear that Eddie was in a rich vein of form for the moment, as he took victory once again. Molly managed to continue her strong ride back into the wind, finishing second. Elmer caught Freya just after the turnaround, and they rode together to try to bridge the gap to Molly, but to no avail. In the sprint to determine the final spot on the podium, Elmer managed to edge out Freya to third and fastest time. JUNIOR RACE: Eddie Buckland sprinting to victory in the junior race with dad Jason Buclkand trying to keep up. to hold on in their wake as long as possible. As the race neared the finish line, Chris Kennett sprinted ahead to take the victory, with fastest time, just ahead of Kidman and Opperman, with Rhyan Menzel and Dean Menzel finishing in the bunch. Following them was Pam Menzel and Harry Opperman, then Jacki Barnett and Jen Buckland. Weatherill won the next bunch sprint for 10th place, just ahead of Stasiw, McLaughlin, Cranwell, Zeven and Shane Kennett, then De Pree, Jami Buckley, Peake, Garfoot, Bakker, and Jason Buckland.

There was break over the Easter weekend, before the final race of the series which will be held on Sunday. This will be a 40km ‘shotgun’ race where the riders will all start at the same time, but with handicapped head starts. RACE TO THE LINE: (Above top) Chris Kennett (left) sprinting to victory over Nick Kidman (right) & Matt Opperman (centre). RIDING HARD: (Above bottom) Shane Kennett, Jacki Barnett, Pam Menzel and Jen Buckland riding out in front

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Pedlar proves to be the exception There were 68 South East golf veteran players at Millicent and in calm conditions, they found the course good, but difficult. Local Mick Pedlar was the exception, scoring 40 points to take out First Division from Robe’s Kev Otten and Beachport’s John Howe on 38. Second Division went to Trev Williams, from Penola, on 39, from rampaging Roy Mitchell, on 35 and Glen Tilley, on 34. The ball rundown went all the way down to 29, and the NTPs were Ron Hately and new member Darren Bray. The Ross Orchard trophy went to Ian Todd and Brian “Ginge” Norman. There is now a short hiatus before our next game at Bordertown on April 19. In the meantime a party of 63 are going to the Barossa for four days of golf in the annual Getaway Trip


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