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ISSUE 707 | NOVEMBER 16 - 22 2017 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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COVER • A WEALTH OF EXPERIENCE IN THIS FAMLY RUN BUSINESS Established in 1999, S.E Fire Extinguisher Services started with John Schroder as the proprietor. John has been involved in fire servicing, sales and preventative maintenance for approximately 45 years. John was an auxiliary fireman for 13 years, in the SA Metropolitan Fire Service, when he started re-filling fire extinguishers part-time for his uncle the late Mr Clem Lockwood who was fire chief of the SA Metropolitan Fire Brigade in Mount Gambier. John left the South Australian Fire Brigade in 1980 but continued to service and refill extinguishers part time for 19 years and was known as Fire Extinguisher Services. John decided to commence full time servicing and fire extinguisher equipment sales in 1999 and this is when the business name changed to S.E Fire Extinguisher Services. S.E Fire Extinguisher Services is a family owned and operated independent company now with Hayden Schroder as the proprietor. Hayden purchased the family business in July 2015, making the business now in the hands of a second generation. Hayden currently runs the business along with a team of local professional staff who service and maintain fire prevention equipment all over the Limestone Coast and into Western Victoria. S.E Fire Extinguisher Services is a FPA Australia member and performs all tasks to Australian Standards. (AS 1851)Only stocking high quality products S.E Fire Extinguisher Services specialises in the following products and services:

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - MY KITTY DILEMMA... By ROBBIE TANSEL So my cat Shadow has gone and gotten a mobile phone; just what I need. Don’t ask me how she got it. She did

one of those, “All the other cats in the neighbourhood have mobile phones” and Donna fell for it.

It’s only prepaid, but still. There’s really no reason why she needs a mobile, like most of us. She’s not a doctor who needs to be contactable at all times of every day. She’s not waiting for a call about an organ becoming available for her to receive a transplant. She’s just a cat. She has only had it for a couple of weeks but we’re already having problems. For starters she’s completely glued to it at all times. She used to play with a little ball with a bell in it, but now all she wants to play is Angry Birds. We’ve tried to put limits on how long she can access the phone for but that has just led to arguments.

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The cat using the phone has led to a disruption to our family life. She used to be quite happy sitting on the couch with us on a Saturday afternoon, but now that she’s a big shot with her flashy iPhone, she’s either texting her friends and then going out to wander the streets, or texting the other moggies to come around to our place. We’ve been going through cat biscuits like you wouldn’t believe lately. As if it’s not bad enough that she spends most of every day texting her cat friends, she also spends too much time texting me. I can’t get through a day at work without getting a message saying,

“We’re out of litter,” or “I’m itchy can you come home and scratch me?” She expects me to just drop everything and come home immediately. Mind you it’s not all bad. Shadow ordered pizza on the weekend. We didn’t know about it. The Dominos delivery girl rocked up on our doorstep with a Hawaiian, a garlic bread, some chips and some churros. Shadow couldn’t pay for her order. She doesn’t have a credit card because that would be totally irresponsible of us as parents. Anyway, as she couldn’t pay for them I did the right thing and paid for the food. Obviously it would have sent the wrong message letting the cat eat the food, so I ate it in front of her just so she’d learn a lesson. One real concern we have is that she’s gone and got several social media accounts. We weren’t too worried about Facebook or Instagram. After all they’re pretty harmless, although I bet her friends are all sick of seeing photos of hairballs and what she’s done in her litter. But when she got Tinder we had to draw the line. Tinder’s just a meat market and she’s been desexed anyway. As for Snapchat, you should have seen the photos she was sending her followers. Someone’s going to have to explain to me when it became acceptable to wear a bikini that shows the entirety of your butt cheeks and half of your boobs. I explained to her that kids just shouldn’t have to be confronted with that when they go to the beach. Someone will just have to explain that to the hundreds of chicks who are sharing those photos on social media as well. Luckily we insisted that if she was going to have social media, she had to have us as friends so we could monitor her use. We’re nothing if not responsible pet owners. We’ve banned her from Snapchat now. Probably our biggest concern of all is that some shady character has been lurking around our house. We’re concerned that Shadow may have found a catnip dealer. Don’t judge us. You’re probably one of these families who bought your kid a mobile phone for their tenth birthday. I know who I think is more responsible out of a ten year old and a cat. If you’ve got some good ideas as to the sort of boundaries we might want to put around our cat’s mobile phone usage, email me at robbietansel@gmail. com I think I should have made this article about getting my dog a phone rather than my cat. Dogs are funnier. Plus “Dog and Bone” would have been such a clever title for the article.



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Mayura Station is back in the spotlight with its on site dining experience - The Tasting Room - honoured at Friday night’s South Australian Tourism Awards. The boutique on-farm restaurant took out the Tourism Restaurants & Catering Services Award, honoured for its showcasing of Mayura Station’s award winning 100% full blood Wagyu beef, its ability to cater for an intimate experience or a large function, and its continued attraction of intrastate, interstate and international visitors to the restaurant, and, in turn, the Limestone Coast, and South Australia. Under the leadership of chef Mark Wright, The Tasting Room is the ultimate paddock to plate experience. The silver medal went to the Botanic Gardens Restaurant and the bronze to The Haus Restaurant. The Tasting Room was not only the only Limestone Coast winner on Friday night, it was also the only finalist. Right - Mayura Startion’s Scott & Kristy de Bruin accepting their South Australian Tourism Award last Friday night.

20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PARTY IN THE PARK It has become an institution on Mount Gambier Christmas Parade day and this Saturday the Party in the Park turns 20. The Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West hosts the family event at the Cave Garden, with plenty oif support from the Mount Gambier City Council and other service clubs and community groups. It started as way for the service clubs to thank the community for its unwavering generosity and two decades later, that is still what the Party in the Park is all about - heralding the festive season and saying thanks to the community. The Party in the Park provides free

entertainment for children, including a jumping castle, face painting, craft and balloons. Free popcorn and fairy floss will also be provided, courtesy of the Lakes Rotary Club. Refreshments will be on sale during the day, including a barbeque, pizzas, hot chips, doughnuts, hotdogs, cool drinks, flavoured milk, fruit juices, tea and coffee. Santa will also pop in so children can share their Christmas wishes and then receive a free icecream. Proceeds from the Party in the Park enable the club to continue to support the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. In honour of the event’s 20th

anniversary, a raffle for a bike, valued at $275, for kids under 15 and will be drawn at 2.30pm on Saturday. You must be present to win.

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Former Mount Gambier musician Adam Page took out a People’s Choice Award at last Thursday night’s SA Music Awards. Page was honoured with the World Music Award at the gala presentation. Page has often returned to the region, working with the region’s school students and was last in the region, both in the classroom and on stage, at the Mount Gambier Fringe Festival earlier this year. Mount Gambier songstress Tamara Seeley was also a finalist. lifestyle1.net | 06

A dedicated local volunteer and history group were recognised at the Seniors Awards presentation at the Civic Centre last week, following the 2017 Mount Gambier Senior’s ZestFest, which celebrated the contributions older people make to the community. The Mount Gambier Senior of the Year Award was awarded by Gambier City Lions to Maxine Maney in acknowledgement of her achievements and service within the community. The Senior Recreation Award was presented by the Lions Club of Mount Gambier to the Mount Gambier History Group for its work on the Fidler and Webb exhibition held at at the Main Corner last month. Above - Mount Gambier History Group member Aileen Clarke (left), Lions Club of Mount Gambier member Ross Parkinson, Mount Gambier History Group member Margaret Brown, City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee, Mount Gambier Senior of the Year Award recipient Maxine Maney and Gambier City Lions President Wilf Nitschke.


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MAYOR EARNS SECOND TERM Councillor Anita Rank has been reelected for a second term as Mayor of Glenelg Shire. The Portland-based councillor, who first joined the chamber in 2012, was re-elected unopposed at last week’s statutory meeting. The active community volunteer said she was humbled to be returned for a second consecutive term.

COMMUNITY SPIRIT ON SHOW Following the disappointing theft of four aluminium grave covers from the Millicent Lawn Cemetery in September this year, Wattle Range Council has been the recipient of an act of community support, with the donation of replacement covers by the Mount Gambier Prison. Prison Industries Manager Trevor Holtham was appreciative of the support of

OPEN INSPECTIONS HELPING OUR NATIVE WILDLIFE Come along to the Hands on Habitat nest box building workshop at the Naracoorte Caves this Sunday and create new homes for our native wildlife. Natural Resources South East together with Friends of Naracoorte Caves, Birdlife South East, and the Port MacDonnell Mens Shed will run the workshop with James Smith from FauNature as host. Prison Manager Glenn Ahern who allowed the project to go ahead and of the community awareness of the G4S staff member who had made the suggestion. TAFE SA also assisted with the use of equipment to complete the project. Wattle Range Council chief executive officer Ben Gower also had high praise for the generosity of the act. “I have expressed my sincerest thanks to everyone involved in this great initiative.,” Mr Gower said. W”e all really appreciate the outstanding community spirit” he said. Left - Allan Bridges and Trevor Holtham of G4S Mount Gambier Prison making presentation to Wattle Range Council’s Elaine Wilson-Bennett

ARIA WINNING MUSICIAN RETURNS TO LAUNCH SECOND BOOK Legendary showman Dave Graney returned to Mount Gambier last week, to launch his book Workshy; my life as a bludge at the Mount Gambier Library. Workshy is a personal journey about growing up in Mount Gambier and Dave’s individual and social identities and influences. COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER Portland District Health’s executive management team will be raiding local strawberry fields to give visitors to this year’s community market a special treat. The senior PDH team will be one of about 40 stallholders at the market this Friday at the Ploughed Field. The market, from 5-8pm, will feature music and other activities, displays and information about PDH and community services, and a variety of food and produce stalls. PDH is working in partnership with Portland Community Markets to run the event. CEO Chris Giles said all proceeds raised at the event would support Portland District Health. Anyone wanting to be involved in the market can contact Carolyn Malseed on (03)5522 1182.

NATHALIA NAMED YOUTH OF THE YEAR Bayview College student Nathalia Crowe has been named as Portland Lions Youth of the Year. The award seeks to recognise students with qualities including: a high level of academic attainment, leadership, personality, sportsmanship, public speaking and good citizenship. Bayview College had a strong representation at the Portland Lions Youth of the Year competition this year. The enthusiastic team was made up of Nathalia Crowe, 17, Rose McHugh 17 and Sidney Kerr, 17. The Youth of the Year is designed to encourage student interest in leadership and the qualities required to take an active and constructive role in the community. English teacher Debra Crespan said the three students received admiration for their informed and articulate presentations from the judges. “I was proud of the dedication and hard work demonstrated by the students, who spent many lunch times practising their presentation skills and perfecting their speeches,” said Mrs Crespan. Nathalia will go on to represent the Portland Zone in March next year. Above - Nathalia Crowe, Rose McHugh, Debra Crespan & Sid Kerr.

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A once in a lifetime opportunity exists to purchase the exceptional Peweena Station. This incredible Property will be sold in 4 non – contingent lots and will be Auctioned on the property on Friday 24TH November at 1.30pm. Currently Primary producing with a horse agistment facility.

Bathrooms, two living areas, Formal Dining room, Kitchen, Sunroom, Home office. The two Bedroom Manager’s residence offers further accommodation, garaging for six vehicles and Extensive infrastructure including workshop, nine outdoor covered yards, round yard, crush and a 40m x 20m arena.

Lot 1- ‘Homestead Block’ 85.09 Ha (210 acres) with a 70,845k/l Water Licence. The original cottage C 1866 joined by the Homestead C 1895 has undergone extensive renovations, comprising five Bedrooms, three

Lot 2 – ‘Morton Block’ – 42.55 Ha (105 acres) Lot 3 – ‘Ridge Block’ – 23.50 Ha (58 acres)

Lot 4’ Highway Block’ – 38.06 Ha (94 acres) For your private inspection please contact Paul Chuck In conjunction with Ray white Keatley

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42 Brolga Street

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A well maintained & renovated home fit for a family. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & great shedding. Currently leased @ $255 p/ week. A smart investment.

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Avail 17/11/17 3 2 2 $380 pw • 3 bedroom home • Ensuite • Open Kitchen/ dine/family area with study nook • 3 way bathroom • Patio area • Double garage UMR • R/C aircon • Front lawn maintenance inc • Quiet Location with local traffic • No pets

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Avail Now 3 1 1 $275 pw • 3 bedroom home • One with built in robes • Eat in Kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher • Family room with r/c air con • Det single garage • Under cover rear decking • Central Location • No Pets

Avail Now 4 2 2 $400 pw • 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR, others have BIR’S • Open living with gas & elec cook plus dishwasher • Large formal lounge • Gas central heating • U/Cover entertaining area • Double garage UMR with internal access • No Pets


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

Contact our office today to view our current properties or one of the 66 Dampier Court

NEW

$85,000

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Ideally situated and affordable flat allotment measuring 693m2. Sides and rear fully fenced. All main services available. Last available allotments in a well established quiet cul de sac.

7 Mayflower Court

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$309,500

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Near new & low maintenance living. Ideal for the shed enthusiast or travelling retiree. Functional floor plan & easy care lifestyle. Put this on your list!

NEW

54 Sea Parade, Port Macdonnell

$165,000 + STOCK

BUSINESS

NEW

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$745,000

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Attaining heights of luxury and sophisticated style, this1930’s Spanish Mission style home has been extensively renovated and will be the absolute dream for the discerning buyer who loves to entertain in 5 star luxury whether it is outdoors around the pool or indoors around the French provincial kitchen.

NEW

68 Dampier Court

$85,000

Ideally situated and affordable flat allotment measuring 693m2. Sides and rear fully fenced. All main services available. Last available allotments in a well established quiet cul de sac.

NEW

16 Lee Court

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$349,500

An absolute gem – perfectly maintained home of solid construction with extra shedding and located in a great cul-de-sac. This is a true quality built home that is sure to impress.

20 Buffalo Crescent

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listed below! NEW

1/26 Anthony Street

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$230,000

Beautifully maintained unit located in the inner city, walk to Restaurants, Cafes and Retail therapy. Sell the car!

14 Maxwell Street

$399,000

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880m2 (approx). Brand new home awaiting its lucky new owner – A superb property. If you are looking to build, book your inspection Asap. Rear yard access to detached double high clearance garage. Located in the popular Aramanta Subdivision. Will not disappoint.

16 Tweed Crescent

8 Somerset Close

519 Peweena Road, Mingbool

NEW RELEASES

a | 693m2

PARADE FISH SHOP A long established business in a fantastic beachfront location. Showing a strong return, perfect investment for a family or partnership. Loads of scope to diversify and create your dream!

22 Lansell St

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

Sue Mitchell PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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$369,500

Superb Family home with so much to offer the astute buyer- immaculate inside and out. Lovely elevated position, on the Western side of the city.

6 Davis Crescent

REDUCED PEWEENA STATION

AUCTION

(105 acres), Lot 3: Ridge Block – 23.50ha To be auctioned on the property November (58 acres), Lot 4: Highway Block – 38.06ha (94acres). In conjunction with 24th 2017 @ 1.30pm. Offered in 4 nonRay White Keatley. For further details contingent lots: Lot 1:Homestead Block – 85.09ha (210 acres) with a 70,845kl water contact Paul Chuck M: 0409 541 113 licence, cottage, homestead, managers residence, Lot 2: Morton Block – 42.55ha

DJ INTERIORS

VANILLA BEAN

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$332,500

Superb Family home in an A1Lakes location, close to schools and shopping nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac on a 969m2 (approx) allotment. Great shedding and covered entertaining area.

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Bengalee Crescent – Stage 4

135 Glencoe Road

REDUCED $97,000 PLUS SAV

37 Commercial Street West A Mount Gambier Icon is for sale! Award winning business for over 60 years no special occasion is ever complete without a gift purchased and wrapped from DJ’s.

RENTALS 72 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$120,000 PLUS SAV

Business

Hey all you foodies – one of the best known restaurant/cafes in the city is for SALE! Fully licensed, stunning and spacious, secure lease / strong profit please phone Paul Chuck for more information.

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$220,000

Approx 10 acres Lovely cottage nestled on 10 lush acres (approx) at Glencoe, ideal for the horse lover. If escaping the City is your dream – Inspect asap

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9 Jefferies Street, Port MacDonnell

Premium allotments within Aramanta Estate, sweeping views of Mount Gambier, sizes ranging from 731m2 to 1,069m2. All services, fully fenced and retained. Ready to choose your dream block! Lot 50 Lot 57 Lot 51 Lot 58 Lot 52 Lot 85 Lot 53

$339,500

Quality location – a spacious and solid family home. Boasting all a family desires, elevated outlook and at the doorstep of the Blue Lake. Leased at $345 per week until 12/4/18

$115,000 TO $135,000

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$249,000

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Super spacious solid home ideal for the growing family or investor alike. Great area close to McDonald Park Primary School, shopping and reserves. Inspect asap!

$120,000 $115,000 $124,000 $115,000 $130,000 $135,000 $135,000

Lot 86 Lot 54 Lot 87 Lot 55 Lot 88 Lot 56 Lot 89

$128,000 $120,000 $128,000 $115,000 $128,000 $115,000 $130,000

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Great seaside home with heaps of potential and appeal. On a corner allotment with breakwater views and extra shedding.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

COMMERCIAL

23-25 Commercial Street West

30a Commercial Street West

10 Bay Road

• Harrald Street • 30A Commercial Street West • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road

Avail Now 3 1 1 $260 pw • 3 bedroom home • Lounge with gas heating (cylinders) • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Includes garage • Lawn mowing included • Pets neg

Avail Now

• Shed 5/12 Bodey Circuit

Avail Now

Avail Now

• 20 Sturt Street

Commercial

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Commercial

• 1 & 2/249 Commercial Street West

• Area approx 300 square metres, upstairs approx 74 square metres • Consisting of downstairs 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas. Upstairs has an office, large store area, lunch room & toilet • POA

• In the centre of the retail hub • Two small offices • Long open area at the front of the building • Ample parking & easy to access • Approx. 131 square metres • POA

• Reception Area with R/C Air Con • Two Offices & store room • Share kitchen facilities & toilets • 3 Car parking Spaces • Approximately 73 Square meters • Access from James Street • POA

• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West

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8725 0500

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.herbert.com.au

RLA 416

189 Penola Road, Mount Gambier

46 North Terrace, Mount Gambier

OPEN Thursday

OPEN Friday

5.00-6.00

$289,000

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$240,000

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$215,000

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Honey - Stop the Car! Versatile floor plan 2 living zones Double Garage plus single figures

$369,000

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Why build when this is only 4 years old! Stunning open plan, kitchen, dining & lounge Undercover outdoor area Great location

• Open plan living at its best • 4 double bedrooms all with BIR • Corner block, with access to rear yard

Offers over $500,000 • • • •

$425,000

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• Large Shedding • Rear Street Access • Stunning Federation Home

25 Kain Road OPEN Sunday

1.15-2.00

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Open plan executive living Outdoor undercover entertaining area Polished concrete floors Solar power/ rainwater harvesting

$310,000

• 3.85 acres, 10 minute drive to CBD • 8 stables, round yard, 4 yards 3 with shelters • Suit horse enthusiast

20165 Riddoch Highway, Mil Lel

1307 West Strathdownie Road, Strathdownie, Ardno East

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OPEN Sunday

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Elevated home in prime location 2 living areas Polished timber floors Decked outdoor entertaining area

21 Powell Street, Mount Gambier

23 Lumidin Boulevard, Mount Gambier

11.00-11.30

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$260,000

1.00-1.45

OPEN Sunday

3.00-3.45

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OPEN Saturday

6 Grange Place, Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

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2 for the price of 1 Stone 2-bedroom cottage 1-bedroom self-contained unit Large allotment

17 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier

• Modern, fully furnished executive unit • Colourbond roof with single garage under the main roof • This property has no lawn to worry about

3 Allawah Street, Mount Gambier

9.00-9.30

$249,000

10.00-10.30

• Executive living • Quality fixtures & fittings • Court yard allotment

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OPEN Saturday

9.45-10.15

$250,000

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1/3 Henty Street, Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

5.45-6.15

• Delightful five room home • Great views over the city • Tranquil outdoor entertaining area

11 Bellaire Close, Mount Gambier

1 Elle Court, Mount Gambier

OPEN Friday

5.00-5.30

• 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • Feature entertaining area • Garage, shed + carport

$399,000

106 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

1063 Kangaroo Flat Road, Koorine

NE W

OPEN Sunday

2.30-3.15

$550,000

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• 10 acres divided into 2 large paddocks, house block, holding pens, various livestock enclosures, 2 lockable sheds and a 2-bay carport • Indoor heated swimming pool with spa

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$350,000

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• Under cover outdoor entertaining area • 5 Bay shed, 2 stables with yards and feed shed • Large round yard for exercising horses

16 Thompson Road, Wandilo

55 Banksia Street, Mount Gambier

NE W

To be Auctioned on site December 1st 2017 1.00pm Victorian time. RURAL HOMESTEAD • Executive 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom Limestone fully renovated home. This property is set on 63.46HA (156.78 acres) fenced into 12 paddocks. • This property includes • Stud Cattle Shed with large cattle yards • 2 large machinery sheds • Shearing Shed

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Hayshed Water - 2 bores & approx 10 rainwater tanks Solar - 5 kilo watts (20 panels) This property also includes a 2-bedroom selfcontained cottage Contact: Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$325,000

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• 1.87HA of rural living • Large single garage with workshop/storeroom • Plenty of room to build a large shed

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This property has the lot! 3 bedroom residence Large lounge, kitchen/dining room Additional large garage

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08 8725 7770

44a Gray Street, Mount Gambier www.bluelakerealestate.com.au admin@bluelakerealestate.com.au

Kathryn Weddell-Lucas SALES

Silvia Howlett ADMINISTRATION

Stacey Johnston LEASING

0457 759 788

08 8725 7770

08 8725 7770

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17 Sinclair Street, Mount Gambier

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10 Somerset Close, Mount Gambier

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$249,000 • • • •

Large living room plus rumpus room with S/C heating Double carport UMR and a large paved pergola Solar power Allotment is approximately 1127m2 and has rear yard access.

2 Higgs Street, Mount Gambier

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$234,000 • • • •

Three bedrooms all with built in robes Large storage room Rear verandah and fully fenced rear yard Walk to North Gambier Primary School

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$189,000 • • • •

Three bedrooms Renovated bathroom with shower and vanity Roller shutters to all windows Private, fully fenced rear yard with single garage

20 Hosking Avenue, Mount Gambier

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$242,000

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Bathroom with corner spa, double vanity and separate shower Fourth bedroom or second living room Study or fifth bedroom Terraced rear yard Double colorbond shed with two roller doors

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$229,000

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• Detached rumpus room with plumbing • Huge entertaining area • Double garage with workshop

9 Blyth Street

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$179,000

AS PART OF THE PRICE THE VENDOR WILL PAINT THE EXTERIOR OF THE HOME • Single car garage plus sundry shedding • Three bedrooms, two with built in robes • Close to school, kindergarten and local shopping • Living room with gas heating • Rear sunroom/second living or fourth bedroom

11 Oolna Street

$165,000

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• Solid stone, split level home • S/C heating • Large kitchen/dine, new elec stove • Outdoor entertaining

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• Solid home with plenty of character • Close to city centre and all facilities • Ducted gas heating • Kitchen/dining with rc/ac • Main bedroom with shower and vanity

9 Ayers Street, Mount Gambier

• Conveniently located close to local shopping, school, kindergarten and bus stop, this solid Mount Gambier stone home offers: • Lounge room with large, slow combustion heater • Upgraded kitchen with electric cooktop and wall oven

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• Large open plan kitchen/dine/living with polished timber floors • Floor to ceiling windows in the north facing living room • Kitchen with electric cooking appliances and a dishwasher • Main bedroom with ensuite

103 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier

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• Situated on a corner allotment of 744m2 • Updated kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking • L shaped dining/living room with polished timber floors & split system air conditioner • Separate rumpus room

• Single garage with internal access Downstairs: • Games room/second living with built in bar • Office or fourth bedroom • Shared laundry • Self contained flat

2 Boandik Terrace, Mount Gambier

2

• Brick and Tiled home close to Tenison Woods College and the Lakes Walking Trails • Four bedrooms – main with walk through robe & ensuite • Bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s

$250,000

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Upstairs: • Lounge room with gas heating, ceiling fan and French doors • Kitchen/dine with balcony access. Electric appliances & dishwasher • Three bedrooms, two with built in robes • Large bathroom with separate shower and bath

• Single iron garage • Opposite Grant High School • Large corner allotment • Currently tenanted at $220 pw

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• A good property to start or add to your investment portfolio • Solid stone home opposite Grant High School • 3 bedrooms • Large lounge room with gas heating

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$159,000 • Dine in kitchen • Bathroom with shower over bath & corner vanity • Attached carport, garden shed & fully fenced


SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 or Carolyn Gazzard 0418 813 233 RECEPTION Phoebe Douglas 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Denise Mitselburg 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare

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2 Max Young Drive

$395,000

12 Jardine Street

$549,000

61 Dalkeith Drive

$375,000

OPEN THURSDAY 5.00 - 5.30PM SUPERB QUALITY THROUGHOUT Immaculately presented 3/4 bedroom home situated in Max Young Park. Offering spacious formal and informal living areas. Large timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WIP & loads of bench space. Every room of this quality home is big. Gorgeous timber windows with disappearing screens overlook manicured gardens both front & rear. Sliding door leads to the outdoor undercover entertaining area which is completely private. Internal access is available from the double garage UMR. No stone has been left unturned in this one-of -a-kind home.

47 Brolga Street

$385,000

CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH

IDEAL EXECUTIVE LIVING

Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, fits 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.

Deceptively spacious 4 bedroom home located in popular Max Young Park. Open plan kitchen/dine and family with stainless steel appliances and gas cooking. Superb home theatre room or 2nd living area. Dedicated office. Master bedroom with ample robes and opulent ensuite with sep toilet and double vanity. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Family room opens on to lovely decking ideal for Summer entertaining. Double garage under the main roof. Move in here with absolutely nothing to do.

20 Lee Court

$269,000

24/184 Jubilee Highway West

$229,000

NEW PRICE LEASED @ $275P/W

SENSATIONAL RURAL VIEWS With sensational rural views the home is comprised as 4 bedrooms, the main with built in robes and spacious ensuite, with spa finished in heritage colours. Gorgeous Caesar stone benchtops, a walk-in pantry, electric cooktop and Asko dishwasher are all features of the blackwood timber kitchen. The lower level has direct access to the double garage UMR with remote roller doors. Vehicle access to the rear yard is also available. 4 kw solar panels installed. There really is nothing to do but move in and enjoy. In conj. with Gebhardts RE.

18 Derwent Court

$249,000

LOW MAINTENANCE LIFESTYLE IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION Perfect for first home buyers, down-sizers or investors. You will feel right at home the moment that you step through the front door. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the hospital and shopping centre this 3 bedroom home provides 2 living areas. Formal lounge at the front of the property when you need some quiet time. A light-filled family/dining/kitchen at the rear leads to an outdoor entertaining area. The kitchen is the hub of the home and features a gas cooktop, dishwasher and large pantry.

MODERN COURTYARD HOME Located in the Finchley Grove development within a short walk to a shopping centre and eateries. This 3 bedroom courtyard home is styled with neutral colourings throughout. Open plan kitchen/dining area with gas cooktop and dishwasher. 3 large bedrooms, all with BIR. Three-way bathroom with separate bath and shower. Large laundry with loads of storage space. Gas ducted heating throughout + split system in the lounge room. Single remote garage with internal access. Relax or entertain in the large pergola area. Currently leased at $275 p/w.

43 Crouch Street North

$295,000

SOLD AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME IN A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC Situated in an established and quiet area this lovely home has loads of street appeal. Main bedroom with WIR & ensuite. Remaining 2 bedrooms with BIR. Formal lounge has the ambience and convenience of a gas log heater. Second living area with sprung timber flooring. Kitchen with w/I pantry. Spacious main bathroom with separate bath & shower. Vehicle access to rear yard which is fully enclosed with a garden shed. Add your own flair and you’ll be proud to call this your home.

30B Peppermint Drive

$319,000

ACT R T N CO R E D UN

$299,500

$249,500

LAKESIDE GEM! Located in the desirable lakes area and close to great schools this 3 bedroom home would make a wonderful investment property or first home. Polished floor boards throughout the living areas, including the fully and beautifully renovated kitchen. Lounge room with r/c split system plus the ambience of an open fire place. Separate north facing dining area with stunning views over the city. Updated bathroom and separate toilet. Outdoor entertaining area next to a rumpus/games room or turn it into a 4th bedroom or teenagers retreat. Good sized rear yard. Double carport and extra storage under the house. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to purchase a property in this sought after area. Call now to book your inspection.

RENTALS $170 p/wk Avail 8.12.17

4 Glenferrie Cl 3 1 1

$260 p/wk 15.12.17

71 Wireless Rd West 3 1 1

$205 p/wk Avail now

10 Tweed Cres 4 2 1

$285 p/wk Avail 8.12.17

17 Holloway Cres 3 1 1

$220 p/wk Avail now

8 Cherokee Crt 4 2 3

$340 p/wk Avail now

1/218 Commercial St West 3 1 1

AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME This low maintenance 3 bedroom family home is situated close to the Mount Gambier hospital & Market Place Shopping Centre. Neutral décor throughout. Main bedroom has an ensuite and all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. A 3 way main bathroom provides a practical space for the kids to get ready. Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge room. The kitchen is light and well set out with gas cooktop and dishwasher. Easy care grounds so you can relax in the outdoor entertaining area.

8 Mackenzie Street

SOLD

SLEEK, STYLISH AND STUNNING Absolute perfection is what you’ll find here. Simply elegant and almost brand new. Open plan living areas with views to landscaped side yard. Gourmet gas cooker and walk in pantry. 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and spacious ensuite. Remaining bedrooms with built in robes. 3 way main bathroom. Sheltered alfresco entertaining that’s also extremely private. The ultimate in courtyard living will certainly not disappoint.

7 Lee Court

A RARE RETRO FIND This unique property offers an exciting potential to a renovator with vision. Located in the heart of the city and situated on a corner allotment of approx. 1479m2. The “bones” of this original beauty are superb and is currently comprised as 3 good size bedrooms, Kitchen with electric cooking plus formal dine. An ambient open fire plan adorns the large lounge room which also soaks up sun from the North facing windows. This family home has the convenience of 2 toilets, a funky bathroom with an original pedestal basin. A double garage is under the main roof and features lovely barn style sliding doors. Surrounded by gorgeous gardens, let your imagination go crazy, and transform this into a modern-day gem.

2 Playford St 3 1 1

$220 p/wk Avail 4.12.17

21 Bond St 3 1 1

$240 p/wk Avail now

10 Park St 3 1 2

$260 p/wk Avail now

17 Gwendoline St 3 2 2

$360 p/wk Avail 22.12.17

11 Shaughnessy Crt 4 2 2

$400 p/wk Avail 28.11.17

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RENTAL OF THE WEEK 10 Tweed Crescent

Available 8.12.17 @ $285 p/wk 4

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

0418 854 393

N OPE DAY UR T A S 0 12:0 PM 5 12:4 18 HEDLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR $425,000

GREAT LOCATION, STUNNING RENOVATION

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Inspection is a must of this beautifully presented home located only a few hundred metres to shops, cafes and rsl bowling club. This is the perfect inner living home, giving the new owner, great entertaining areas, low maintenance and quality fitting and fixtures throughout. In recent years the property has undergone a major transformation, and the workmanship is a credit to the owner. Classic modern kitchen is the center piece of the home, including built in breakfast bench, dishwasher, heaps of cupboard space and modern appliances. From the meals area, one way opens to family room, and the other onto a semi enclosed alfresco area perfect for entertaining is the warmer months.

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43 FERRERS STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR DREAM HOME $525,000 Location, location, location. Why not enjoy the good life with this wonderful home in one of mt gambier’s best addresses. Lifestyle is the word this home creates, with its wonderful living and entertaining areas, overlooking a classic in ground solar heated pool.

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4 BUFFALO COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR PRESTIGE EXECUTIVE HOME $645,000 Arguably the best floor plan of a brand new home to be placed on the market for some time. Stunning finishes throughout, quality fixture and fittings, designed to northern aspects, perfect living and entertaining areas, state of the art kitchen with butler’s pantry, floor to ceiling tiles in a wow factor wet areas, outside entertaining areas designed for all year use.

158 TELFORD ROAD MOORAK 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO $695,00-$720,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools. Kitchen, open meals family area. Formal lounge and dining. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. Stunning home where only an inspection will reveal the quality of this home. Landscaped gardens and beautiful views of mt gambier.

7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR MAKE A OFFER $690,000 Prestigious home in attamurra fairway estates, 4 bedroom 2 bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home. Only an inspection will reveal the extras.

12 HUME COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

10 SHEPHERD STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

24 OAK STREET MOUNT GAMBIER

19 BELLVALE COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 5 CAR

STUNNING FAMILY HOME $420,000 Pleasure to offer this immaculate family home, built as a display home, with features and finishes you would expect. High ceiling spacious living areas, stunning bathrooms and wet areas, classic kitchen with stainless steel products. Out door entertaining, ducted heating.

GREAT FIRST HOME $229,000 Check out this very tindy brick and tile home, were the new owner only needs to walk in and enjoy. Modern colours, new carpets, clean and tidy bathroom laundry and kitchen areas, complemented by split system airconditioning. 3 good size bedrooms, solid brick.

MOVE YOUR BUSINESS OR INVESTMENT $319,000+GST Fantastic opportunity to buy a prime location commercial property, whether to grow yor business or ad to an investment portfolio this property could be ideal for you. Aproximately 360 sq/m metres of buiding area sitting on 1,146 sq/m of land area.

GREAT SHEDS, EXECUTIVE HOME $595,000 Perfect for the farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, stunning views, low maintenance, extras include rain water office open plan living air-conditioning.

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16 LEE COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR

26 TURNBULL DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 3 BATH I 3 CAR

1/218 COMMERCIAL STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

PARKVIEW 257 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

BEAUTIFUL HOME IN QUITE LOCATION $349,500 Looking for a good size home, quite location and easy maintnance well check out this well maintained property. The home has open kitchen meals area, formal lounge or theater room, 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, gas ducted heating, double garage under the main roof.

CLASSIC HOME IN RURAL SETTING $519,000 Looking at a life change, well why not come and inspect this beautiful home on a wonderful lifestyle allotment. Located only metres from mount gambier golf course and surrounded by other quality homes. This could be just what you are looking for. You only need walk in to see.

FLIPPER/ INVESTOR $155,000 This home has the character of yesteryear, 3 bedrooms, lounge up graded galley kitchen and bathroom laundry areas. Gas heating, private yard, and two carspaces and located handy to all of mt gambiers facilities. Ideal for renovator investor flipper or short term accommodation

Perfect building allotments ready to build your dream home, with an range of builders and plans available you can enjoy the luxury of designing yor own home. Stunning views over mount gambier that can never be built out. Located minutes from bunnings, market place, harvey norman, mount gambier golf club, public & private schools.

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98 Tollner Road

$279,000

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4224m2 BLOCK • 4 Bedrooms • Separate Lounge • Eat-in Kitchen • Great semi enclosed deck/ pa o area

• Separate bathroom • Games/Family room • Garaging • Aviary • 4224m2 block

WEB Id. 18102642 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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24 Racketts Road, Pelican Point

$160,000

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VIEWS, SPACE & STYLE! • Immaculate family home • Large master bedroom with luxurious ensuite • Formal and casual living areas • Purpose built office • Large all weather pergola • 15,000l of rainwater storage • 5kw solar panel system

BE READY FOR SUMMER • Live at the beach • 4 bedrooms, Main bedroom with BIR • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen/meals with pantry WEB Id. 18147575 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SATURDAY

HOMES OF THIS QUALITY ARE RARE TO FIND CALL TODAY TO INSPECT!

10.30 - 11.00

Web Id: 17929188 Damian Venn: 0438 904 771

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21 Genoa Street, Mt Gambier

$199,000

• Separate office • Double garage/workshop • Double carport • Secure yard

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$130,000

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OFFERS ALOT • 3 bedrooms • East-in kitchen • Enclosed rear porch • Great covered pa o BBQ area WEB Id. 18109265 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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$105,000

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• Building allotment with great outlook • All services connected • Close to schools and local shops • Amongst other established homes

WEB Id. 8276517 Elders (08) 8726 4400

WEB Id. 5419489 Elders (08) 8726 4400

SPRINGVIEW E S T A T E

FAMILY ENTERTAINER WITH A MAGNIFICENT OUTLOOK • Spacious family home on a large 4035sqm block • Magnificent rear entertaining area with outdoor kitchen • A-Bus system throughout home and outdoor entertaining area • Main bed with WIR and ensuite located on a separate parents wing • Open plan kitchen, dining and family room with mber floors • Well-designed kitchen with s/steel appliances and ‘Butler’s pantry’ • Children’s wing with 2 bed, separate living room and bathroom • Main 3 way bathroom complete with spa • Ducted R/Cycle, Split System and Slow Combus on wood fire • Double auto roller door garage UMR with 3 bay shed at rear

$79,000

LAST ONE

• All fenced • All retained • Benched house pads • Quiet cul-de-sac • Close to McDonald Park School

S Web Id: 18062721 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

READY FOR THE INVESTOR • Stone duplex home on corner block • Three bedrooms • Large two bay shed with car pit and power • Timber kitchen with gas stove WEB Id. 18016207 Damian Venn 0438 904 771

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Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Sales Representative

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

DAMIAN VENN

CATHERINE MILES

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

8726 4400

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

damian.venn@elders.com.au

catherine.miles@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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• Very well presented property consis ng of 97 acres • Conveniently Located approx. 5km from Glenburnie Saleyards and 15km from the Mt Gambier town centre • Highly produc ve and well-draining Loam soils with pastures including Sub Clovers and Rye Grasses • Fencing is in very good order consis ng of wire and barb • Electric hot wire present on both external and internal fencing supplied by solar unit • Fenced into 4 paddocks plus laneway to ca le yards • Strongly built wooden ca le yards complete with crush and loading ramp • Water provided via windmill with 2 separate tanks for peace of mind • Generously sized shearing shed in good condi on • Ideal trading or out block to run both fa ening and breeding stock

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING 11 DECEMBER 2017 1PM UNLESS SOLD PRIOR • Total land holding of 230.95 ha (or) 570.68 acres consis ng of 3 separate tles • Irrigated land totaling 141 ha (or) 348.42 acres • Water Alloca on licenses totaling 927.9 ML across ‘2 hundreds’ Grey & Riddoch • Irrigated via 3 Centre pivots and 2 flood irrigators • 5 year old Hay Shed 15m x 32m x 6m steel framed • All weather access roads on three sides of the property • Fenced and watered for intensive livestock produc on system • 32 unit Wes alia Rotary Dairy, RE Tension bars, Auto Teat spray, cup removers • Easy Dairy computer tag ID system WEB Id. 18115981 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Sales Representative

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

DAMIAN VENN

CATHERINE MILES

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

8726 4400

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

damian.venn@elders.com.au

catherine.miles@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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malseeds real estate

Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport

08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 08 8733 1989 2 Laird St, Mt Gambier

$169,000-$179,00

Sandy Lane, Robe

OPEN INSPECTION

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SATURDAY 18th 3.30 - 4.00pm

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 52 Wireless Rd East, Mt Gambier $249,000-$269,000

AUCTION 1st DECEMBER 2pm ON SITE unless sold prior RURAL ROBE HOMESTEAD • Extensive 3 bedroom brick homestead only minutes out of Robe. • Carpeted bedrooms 2 with BIR, wet areas led and living floors are slate. • Approx. 200 acres, inc 75a/c Approx pivot (No water licence). • Sub divided into 12 paddocks over 2 tles.

NOTHING TO DO • Very good presenta on, light and airy . • Solar, Reverse cycle, Massive cupboard space. • Secure yard with rear access . • 4 bedrooms or large separate room with it’s own entrance • Timber floor boards

9 Ibis St, Mt Gambier

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$259,000-$269,000 LAKES AREA • Extensively renovated throughout. • Several living areas with a light filled sun room overlooking a beau fully maintained garden. • North facing aspect with aluminum windows. • Dual access bitumen driveways with a secure low maintenance yard.

OPEN INSPECTION OPEN INSPECTION

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THURSDAY 16th 7.15 - 7.30pm LARGE ROOMS • Solid Construc on, Pergola and Nice enclosed Rear Yard. • Lots of Cupboard Space and Room to Move. • Nothing to Do, Garage UMR, 2 Living areas and Separate Dining room. • 2 bathrooms, Walk In master, Walk In Pantry. • Security, Ducted Reverse Cycle, Recently Painted, New Carpets.

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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08 8723 6866 50 James Street, Mount Gambier admin@gtlivestock.com.au | Fax: 08 8723 3809

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock sales

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

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Lot 1 & Lot 2 Casterton Dartmoor Road, Dartmoor

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42 Lange Road, Yahl

OPEN

SUNDAY 1.00-2.00PM

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY 12NOON TUES 19TH DECEMBER 2017

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY 12NOON WEDNESDAY 20TH DECEMBER 2017

YAHL ESTATE

WEEKEND RETREAT AND INCOME

Welcome to “Yahl Estate” at 42 Lange Road, Yahl. This picturesque rural loca on is just walking distance to the Yahl Primary School, close to the bus stop into the local secondary schools and only a short drive to the heart of Mount Gambier. Yahl Estate is currently a highly sort a er loca on for weddings, wedding photos and func ons. There is the possibility to further develop the property to cater for larger func ons, a wine cellar, a sales and event centre, a bed and breakfast or even build your dream home on one of the prime loca ons the tle offers. Reap the rewards of an established and well maintained vineyard, currently under long term contract. The vineyard consists of three cool climate grape varie es that have yielded consistent returns of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. Take advantage of quality grazing land with irriga on off takes. These pastures are regularly upgraded and maintained and are highly produc ve. On site is a large 7 bay Implement and hay shed with 4 concreted bays. There is electric fencing throughout and ca le yards to accommodate over fi y head. This investment offers a huge supplementary income stream, with vineyard, ca le and hay produc on. Yahl Estate is a well maintained and diversified farm ripe for further development of income streams. This property offers many amazing opportuni es, inspect this property today to truly appreciate all it has to offer.

Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale two unique allotments (to be sold as a whole), both with frontage to the iconic Glenelg River. These picturesque allotments offer the purchaser a weekend retreat with a poten al income, or build your dream home looking over the river whilst earning a li le extra income (S.T.C.A) Allotment 1 consists 19ha ( approx 46 acres) and Allotment 2 offers 29.2ha (approx 72 acres) with mber ca le yards, a hay shed and a large dam. If you enjoy, fishing, camping, weekend escapes or farming, or you are looking for a tranquil loca on on the river to build your dream home (S.T.C.A), Allotment 1 & 2 Casterton – Dartmoor road, Dartmoor offer all of these things and more. You will not be disappointed, contact our office today for more informa on.

229 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

2 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier

OPEN

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$249,000

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INVESTMENT / DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

What an ideal investment opportunity this well posi oned Mt Gambier stone home presents. Situated on a large 1039m2 allotment in a mixed use zone, the property offers three bedrooms with BIRs, lounge featuring decora ve cornices, ceiling rose, woodfire & built-in shelving, updated kitchen with electric cooking & servery to dining with polished floorboards, original bathroom including pedastool basin. Old stables outside have been converted to storage & a handy teenagers retreat or mancave. Freshly painted throughout, the home lends itself to further renova ons for the home decorator, convert to office/business premises or live-in/lease as is with nothing to do.

Situated on a large 1021m2 allotment, and located in a commercial zoned area, this property offers the purchaser a variety of possibili es. Break the rent cycle, renovate the exis ng 3 bedroom home with room for a large shed in the rear yard (S.T.C.A), lease the exis ng home and develop the rear area with units, offices or sheds (S.T.C.A) or refurbish building for centrally located business or office premises (S.T.C.A).

15 Kookaburra Court, Mount Gambier

295 Kingsley Road, Allendale

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Solid, quality built family home situated on a 1081m2 allotment and located in the Birdsville area 4 bedrooms, main with WIW and ensuite Timber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, double sink and a large pantry. Other features include ducted R/C, quality fixtures and fi ngs, Single bay garage UMR plus another two bay garage with storage area. The property also offers bore water. In conjunc on with Blue Lake Real Estate

$349,000

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10 ACRE LIFESTYLE PROPERTY

PRIVATE & PEACEFUL WITH POTENTIAL

Situated on approx 10 acres and located in the township of Allendale 3-4 bedrooms, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking, double sink & dishwasher Lounge with slow combus on wood hea ng and heat shi ers, bathroom with bath, shower, basin and separate toilet Double bay garage plus a large array of shedding Room for a few calves, chooks or even a pony for the kids An opportunity not to be missed, secure this lifestyle property today.

Situated in the township of Moorak, walking distance to the local Primary School, stone co age held by one family for 60 years in need of some renova ons, and your own personal touch. Three bedrooms, a large living area with slow combus on wood hea ng, high ceilings and mber floorboards. A large house block, outdoor toilet, fully equipped bore, numerous out buildings, 15 acres, surrounded by established trees and shrubs giving you the privacy you require.

2X WATER TAKING LICENCES TOTALLING 687,000KL 3

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Large 1772m2 allotment and is located close to the CBD, a private school and two public schools. Currently the home is tenanted on a periodic lease at $225.00 per week with the possibility of development at the rear of the home ( S.T.C.A ) Kitchen with gas cooking and a servery opening to the dining area, 3 bedrooms, including main with BIR, and the third bedroom with a WIR, enjoy the ambience and warmth of the gas log fire in the large lounge area Other features of the home include a large rear rumpus room, polished mber floors and instant gas hot water. The rear yard offers a double bay garage with sliding doors and a single car garage, which could be used as a games room.

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ACREAGE WITH OLD WORLD CHARM Do you dream of a country lifestyle, but enjoy the ameni es of town? Then this dolomite fronted family home is for you. Situated on approximately 88.3 acres of magnificent, fer le volcanic soil and only ten minutes from the town centre of Mount Gambier. The home comprises 12 foot ceilings, four double bedrooms, huge lounge, dine in kitchen and slow combus on wood hea ng. This solid family home retains many original features throughout, it is supplied with rain water and bore water for the vast garden, and is simply awai ng your personal style to achieve its former glory.

To be sold as whole or part thereof in the Lower Limestone Coast Prescribed Wells Area Management Area of Conmurra. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a large volume of water transferrable to most management areas, subject to approval by the Department of Environment, Water & Natural Resources Board.

CONTACT: CHRIS MANSER 0417 414 127

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LOCATION and LUXURY

A home for the family, downsizing re rees or ideal as a holiday/ investment home on a 1495m2 allotment in a quite cul-de-sac loca on just 700m from shops, eateries, school and kindy Brand new main bathroom, large lounge, new open kitchen, separate dining, three double bedrooms all with built ins and master with large ensuite PLUS an expansive entertainment/ games/rumpus area. Man Cave shed/workshop has caravan capacity roller door, tv antennae and connec ons with great bench and storage.

644 Glenelg River Road, O.B Flat

13 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier

$245,000

38 Sargent Close, Robe

SUNDAY 12.15-12.45PM

SUNDAY 11.00-11.30AM

LOOK NO FURTHER

212 Yells Road, Moorak

OPEN

FRIDAY 6.15-6.30PM

$385,000

Prime loca on, endless opportunity with poten al for fantas c return on investment makes this the property for you.

TO PURCHASE

WATER in the Glenburnie, Donovans, Conmurra or Zone 2A Management Areas

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mountgambier@ljh.com.au www.ljhooker.com.au Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286

Steve Auld 0478 144 178

Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596

RLA 240002

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30am

2/10 Shepherdson Road

34 Tolmie Street

75 Bay Road

THIS HOME WILL MAKE YOU SMILE

CLASSIC BAY ROAD BUNGALOW

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PRICE AT $267,000

• Character stone home c.c. 1920’s • Three Bedrooms – Master with BI Robes • Polished Tasmanian Oak mber floors • Formal Lounge with Gas Log fire • Large allotment of 1300 sq.m with easy access to the Lakes • New modern Kitchen with Breakfast Bar • Office or 4th Bedroom FOR SALE EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

PRICED AT $87,000

G & D CYCLES

7 Mosswood Close

34 Has ngs Avenue

Unit 1/8 Boomerang Avenue

BICYCLE SALES & REPAIRS

PRIVATE CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION

A HOME WITH STYLE AND GRACE

ENJOY THE QUIET LIFE!

• Well established business offering all types of cycles and a comprehensive repair service and spare parts • Excellent clientele with repeat servicing • Well presented nt, plus computer with special program • High volume foot traffic in Commercial Street East • 5 ½ day working week PRICE REDUCED TO $30,000 plus stock

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• 3 Bedrooms all with BIR’s • Formal Lounge off front entrance • Open Plan Dining / Family • Modern Kitchen with Dishwasher & Pantry • Double Garage UMR • Currently Tenanted giving investment appeal PRICE AT $319,000

• Modern stand alone brick unit • Spacious Open plan Lounge, Dining & Kitchen • Two Bedrooms with BIR’s • Private rear and side yard • Garage UMR with internal access • Loads of cupboards and bench space • Choice Central Loca on PRICE AT $209,500

Offering 3 Bedrooms – all with BI Robes Formal Lounge with S/C Heater plus R/C Air Condi oner Kitchen / Dining with bench servery Family room with direct rear yard access Large private enclosed rear yard with garden shed Double Carport

LOCAL SPORT

3 Bedroom brick & le home 2 Bedrooms with BI Robes L shaped Lounge & formal Dining with Gas wall furnace Modern Kitchen with Breakfast Bar & Servery Family Room or casual dining directly off Kitchen 2 way Bathroom with Bath

PRICE AT $229,000

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE • 2 Bedroom brick unit with BI Robes in both Bedrooms • Open plan Kitchen / Lounge / Dining with BI Pantry • Reverse Cycle Air Condi oner

Tiled floor to Kitchen and carpet in Lounge New Cupboards & Wall Oven fi ed recently to Kitchen Sparkling big floor to ceiling les to Bathroom & Laundry Swing down double Laundry cupboards Small rear yard & private front yard plus designated car park

SOUTH GAMBIER SENIOR FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS

A Grade football - Most Improved Ty Opie; Coach’s Trophy Connor O’Reilley; Best & Fairest Brad Bryant; Runner-Up Best & Fairest Brett O’Neil; Best Team Man Nick Jenkin & coach Heath Mitchell. Absent: Most Consistent Scott Fleming.

Club Person of the Year - Scott Whicker

FULLY REFURBISHED INVESTMENT UNIT • • • • •

Reserves football - Coach’s Trophy Patrick Gale; coach Lloyd PearceRaisin; Best & Fairest Daniel Harris & Runner-Up Best & Fairest Nick Patzel. Absent: Most Consistent Ryan Donovan.

Newly inducted life member - Boxer Ellis

Under 17 football - Coach Jak Ryan; Best & Fairest Tom Vassallo; Runner-Up Best & Fairest Todd Reid; Leading Goal Kicker Henri Capewell; Best First Year Player Kaleb Bowd; Best Team Man Nick Kourmouzis; Coach’s Trophy (Steven Reid) Riley Thomson; Most Courageous Alex Harkness; Coach’s Trophy (Jak Ryan) Ryan Harry & Assistant Coach Steven Reid.

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Women’s Football - Coach Chris Edmonds with Best & Fairest Tess Clark. Absent: Runner-Up Best & Fairest Kendell Saffin and Coach’s Award Kaylene Nuske.


MAKING HER MARK ON THE NATIONAL STAGE Baie Perryman has enjoyed a front row seat to the highs and lows of political life from birth and all it has done has inspired her to pursue community leadership – even if she isn’t sure what guise that will take just yet. “I think it would be really cool to be a politician – local, State or Federal,” Baie said. “Knowing as a girl there is opportunities to do that, I am really grateful for that.” Baie has watcher her father Steven Perryman hold the role of Mount Gambier Mayor, run for State Parliament and now sit on the Mount Gambier City Council and it has inspired her. “Growing up, dad has been a big influence on me,” Baie said. “I would often come home and ask him questions and was always really interested in his point of view. I remember in primary school, learning about government and I felt like I was one step ahead of the other kids because I had already asked all those questions at home.” The Year 11 Tenison Woods College student was recently named as a national finalist in a leadership competition after submitting an essay in the Country to Canberra Leadership Competition – a program designed at building leadership skills and honing writing skills. “I got an email from one of my teachers about the competition saying it was a really good opportunity for girls,” Baie said. “I clicked on it and it sounded really interesting. It just really appealed to me” The challenge for Baie was then narrowing her thoughts and ideas into the 400 word essay. Students could

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also opt for a two minute video to express their views. And while Baie didn’t make the eventual cut for a trip to Canberra, she loved the process of working through the essay questions – From primary school to Prime Minister, how can we create strong pathways to power for women? “It was hard to figure out what direction I wanted to go and to cut it down to just 400 words,” Baie said.; You get the impression she could write thousands of words on the subject although, even Baie admits, identifying problems and issues and finding solutions are two very different tasks. “At school I get told to do things and how to do them and it’s not too often you are asked how to do things,” she said. “I enjoyed working through that though.” Baie’s motivation to perhaps forge a future in some form of civic leadership is simple. “I think it would be really cool to do something that help others and to change the way we live,” she said. “You have to keep fighting and keep rising to the challenge and I think you need resilience and persistence in whatever you choose to do but perhaps especially politics.” Being named in the Top 40 entries nationally has already opened some doors for Baie, who could become a part of the Country to Canberra blogging team. She is also hoping to be a conduit between her school and the leadership program to hopefully get guest speakers to the school to further explore girls and leadership with her classmates. Baie has just completed her exams for the two Year 12 subjects she

competition again next year so watch this space. BAIE’S ESSAY From primary school to Prime Minister, how can we create strong pathways to power for women? “You run like a girl” “Stop being so bossy” “I need four strong boys to help me lift the table”

was taking this year despite only being a Year 11 student and taking on the extra workload, as well as a traineeship, has taught her, if nothing else, time management. “I did have to learn to prioritise pretty quickly,” she said. So with English Literature and Modern History out of the way, she will focus her 2018 studies on the research project, Chemistry, Maths and Psychology. Her plans post high school are still a little

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murky although she is determined to go on to tertiary education – she’s not just exactly sure what she wants to study with law, medicine, politics and criminal psychology all in the mix. What she is sure of, is her gap year plans. “ I have just become a qualified snowboard instructor and that’s what I want to do in my gap year, maybe even overseas,” she said. Baie is eligible to enter the Country to Canberra leadership

These sorts of remarks are heard almost every day in a school yard, but not just from other kids – from teachers too. In 2017, we as a society like to see ourselves as progressive, inclusive and edging closer and closer to gender equality but unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. The divide between the sexes is witnessed in a variety of ways from the gender pay and productivity gap, the tampon tax, domestic violence and gender based discrimination in many aspects of life. Cultural change is required and each woman and man, from the Prime Minister down, has a responsibility to support pathways to power in both word and action. Strong pathways to power should be available regardless of gender, with greater education and emphasis but on the values of work ethic, drive and determination, intelligence and leadership qualities. I want the pathways that are stereotypically ‘for boys’ or ‘for girls’ to be seen as pathways for anyone who wants to take them. For this current fantasy to be a reality we need to make a conscious effort to stop using femininity as an insult or seeing it as a weakness in the workplace. Studies show that one in five women experience harassment in the workplace (S Cerise, 2008), and only one in six men surveyed would say or do something to show their disapproval is a man told a sexist joke about a woman at work (Dr A Powell, 2012). Education and awareness programs based on respect and equality clearly need to be implemented nationwide as workplace culture is in need of serious change. In terms of Australian politics, the number of women in federal parliament is slowly increasing, with females holding 32% of its seats (A Hough, 2016), up from 22% in 1987 (J McCann, 2015). Despite this progress much work remains to provide equality of opportunity for women, with similar figures reflected across all levels of government in all states of Australia. “You run like a girl” needs to be a compliment, and a girl making decisions shouldn’t be seen as her being “bossy” but someone with confidence taking control of the situation and once – just once –would I like to be asked to help “lift the table.”


DISABILITY SERVICE CELEBRATES CONTINUED SUPPORT HomeCare+ could say it has reached its teens, celebrating 13 years in its Ripley Arcade premises, however, in truth, Homecare+ has been operating in the Limestone Coast for even longer. Having first coordinated its services from head office in Adelaide, HomeCare+ opened a regional office in the Limestone Coast 16 years ago, in August 2001, prior to its relocation to the current site. During this 16 year period, HomeCare+ has continued to support the local disability community in meaningful and productive ways. This has included: • Developing innovative programs, in collaboration with other local mainstream services, which have stood the test of time and continue today, including modern respite programs,

PORTLAND ENJOYS A FESTIVE SEASON MAKEOVER

Portland received a small makeover ahead of the busy festive season, with works last week on improving the look and feel of one of the CBD’s busiest streets. Bentinck Street’s iconic Norfolk Island Pine trees underwent maintenance to ensure visibility and safety ahead of the peak visitation period. The works were also a precursor for the installation of the CBD’s new LED lighting system, which is expected to be installed in the coming months. The new lighting system will make for a brighter and more carbonfriendly experience for residents during night time. Council’s CBD Christmas decorations are also due to be installed over the coming weeks to prepare for the festive season. It is not only Portland CBD that will receive a freshen-up, tree removal and maintenance works will also take place in residential pockets of Portland later this month. Both residents and visitors alike will notice an even more inviting Portland CBD during their busy shopping visits in the lead up to Christmas.

post-acute procedure services, palliative care, and the Wattle Range summer program, which has operated for more than 10 years • Offering a genuine 24hr, 7 day a week service, with systems in place that allow thier staff and clients to access support at any time of the day or night. This includes an after-hours service, which has both administration staff and registered nurses, to respond as required • Building disability specific accommodation facilities at Corriedale Park and other local locations, which provide modern and progressive accommodation settings in which their clients enjoy a healthy lifestyle • Renting properties (in addition to the seven that HomeCare+ owns) to meet the service needs of their clients, which gives back to the region • Establishing a retail hub, which has an extensive range of lifestyle and mobility items, to make life that little bit easier and to support each individual’s potential and allow them to enjoy their life’s journey in the best way possible. Manager of HomeCare+, Krys

Howard said HomeCare+ has continued to grow over the years and has become a significant employer in the local region. “HomeCare+ currently employs over 100 community-based staff throughout the Limestone Coast,” Ms Howard said. “Our hub at Ripley Arcade is the base for our experienced and skilled administration team and our four registered nurses underpin the service we provide to clients with complex health needs in our community.” The most recent recruitment program by HomeCare+, last month, saw HomeCare+ employ a further 13 community support workers, which is further testament to its contribution to the local economy. “In 2016, we were selected by the Ryder Cheshire Home Board to service their Willow Avenue premises and we are now working with the Board to assist in establishing and servicing their new premises that are under construction,” Ms Howard said. HomeCare+ has been a NDIS approved provider since the inception of the program and is excited to see the full roll-out occurring. HomeCare+ CEO, Peter Stewart said HomeCare+ was well established in the Limestone Coast and had an extensive range of experienced and trained staff. “We are proud of our achievements in the region and the transition to the NDIS has occurred in a positive manner thus far,” Mr Stewart said. “We embrace the opportunities the NDIS will provide to our community and

encourage prospective clients and their families to speak to us to discuss their needs.” Call HomeCare+ now and be a part

of a truly local and trusted organisation. Left - Manager of HomeCare+, Krys Howard.

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service over a long period within the local community. Citizen of the Year Young Citizen of the Year (Under 30 years of age) and Community Event of the Year awards will all be presented at a variety of community events on January 26 next year. From breakfast at the Rail Lands in Mount Gambier, to a barbeque lunch at ?????, from an egg & bacon roll in Naracoorte to a traditional country lunch in Lucindale, and the four celebrations across Wattle Range in Beachport, Kalangadoo, Penola and Millicent, Australia Day Awards will be handed out as the community celebrates. The family oriented celebrations across the region include live entertainment and details of each council areas can be found on their websites and facebook pages, with details finalised closer to the January 26, 2018 celebrations. Past winners throughout the region include CFS chiefs, cancer support groups, sporting high achievers, arts promoters, educators, musicians and everything in between.

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CITY OF MOUNT GAMBIER Nominations in writing will be received until 5pm on Friday, November 24, and should be addressed to Mayor Andrew Lee at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier SA 5290 and marked on the outside of the envelope as Australia Day 2018. Nomination forms and guidelines are available at the City of Mount Gambier offices or online at www.mountgambier. sa.gov.au DISTRICT COUNCIL OF GRANT You can nominate an individual and/or an event online at www. citizenoftheyear.com.au or completing the nomination form available on council’s website at www.dcgrant. sa.gov.au Nominations are due by Friday, November 17. NARACOORTE LUCINDALE COUNCIL Nominations can be completed online at www.citizenoftheyear.com.au or nomination forms can be collected

from the Naracoorte and Lucindale council offices or the Naracoorte Public Library. Nominations are due by Friday, November 17. WATTLE RANGE COUNCIL Nominations are due by Friday, November 17 for Corcoran, Kintore, Riddoch and Sorby Adams wards. Forms can be completed online or in hard copy and are available from council’s website or from the council offices in Millicent, Penola or Beachport. Further information is available at the council website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/ AustDAYAWARDS Above - Community members recognised at the 2017 District Council of Grant Australia Day event (from left) Poppy Howe (Tarpeena Cancer Support Group), Ashley and Gweneth Hartwig, Garry Talbot, Roger Whitty and Grace Gilmore.

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A second Welcome Weekend showcasing the Southern Grampians Shire organised through the Great South Coast Economic Migration Pilot was a great success with the migrant families, currently living in Melbourne and Adelaide, very impressed with the region. Twenty people who visited the towns of Balmoral, Coleraine and Penshurst over two days. The families were matched with homestays through the generosity of members from the Hamilton and District Rural Australians for Refugees. The next step in the pilot is for the families to be matched with jobs and to find them suitable housing. It is expected to have families relocated to the area by January 2018 to coincide with the start of the new school year. lifestyle1.net | 28


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COMMEMORATING AUSTRALIA’S PLACE IN HISTORY The 100 Year anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba has been in the spotlight in recent weeks, highlighting the role of the Australian Light Horse Brigade in the pivotal victory. It is a story that is central to the December 9 anniversary of the surrender of Jerusalem to the British Army, ending 400 years of Ottoman rule. The Mount Gambier Revival Fellowship is looking to share both those intertwined stories at an event at Mount Gambier’s City Hall on December 9, focussing not just on the historical significance of the century old events but also its connection to biblical prophecy and the Israeli nation we know today. The stories of courage and intrigue will be shared from 7.30pm at what is a free event. Mount Gambier Revival Fellowship’s Pastor Colin Wooldridge said hosting the event stemmed from a few motivations. “It is just a good Aussie story, particularly the lead up in Beersheba and Australians

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like a yarn,” Pastor Wooldridge said. From the heroics of the Light Horse Brigade to the accidental hero cockney cook Private Murch, it is a story with everything, and from the point of view of the Mount Gambier Revival Fellowship, it also has strong biblical ties. “We don’t think of Australia has playing a part in ancient biblical prophecy but in this instance it did,” Pastor Wooldridge said. Historical records over the years demonstrate the significance of this time in history. “The 10th Australian Lighthorse regiment were the first mounted troops to enter. As they rode through the streets they were rushed by the populace. In all that great army it is doubtful if a single man entered Jerusalem for the first time untouched by the influence of the Saviour. Christ met each man on the threshold of the city.… the influence was, perhaps not lasting. War is not a Christian mission.” Australian War Correspondent H.S. Gullet “The Australian victory at Beersheba in 1917 set in train some remarkable events – the liberation of Jerusalem, the fall of the Ottoman Empire, The British Mandate in Palestine and ultimately the establishment of the State of Israel.” The Jerusalem Post 2007 “We think it’s important to tell these stories or else they will get forgotten, Pastor Wooldridge said. Entry to the event is via the Cave Gardens entrance. Left - Trooper Claude “Mick” Leahy from Mt Gambier, who died at Beersheba on 31st of October 1917.

SMART FARM GRANTS ON OFFER The Federal Government has launched its new $134 million Smart Farm grants through the next phase of the $1 billion National Landcare Program. Member for Barker Tony Pasin is encouraging all those interested in applying for a grant to attend an information session being held in Keith this week. ‘Smart Farming Partnerships’ provide grants of between $250,000 and $4 million to groups to put in place new and innovative sustainable land management practices, which protect and improve the condition of soils, vegetation and biodiversity. Applications for Smart Farming Partnerships close on December 21. Details of the information session Where: Keith Institute (Ruth Wheal Room), Heritage Street, KEITH When: Friday, 17 November, 2:30pm Tea and coffee provided To register your interest or for any further information contact Tony.Pasin. mp@aph.gov.au or (08)8531 2466.

the ocean, her garden and her home for exquisite colour combinations which are abundant in this collection. “Surroundings” will be on show in the foyer to Art Gallery at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex from Friday, December 1, through to Wednesday, February, 28. The centre is open seven days a week, Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday 9am to 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm and it closed on Christmas Day and Australia Day. Above - Limestone Coast based artists Glenys Hughes & Chrissy Pudney have put together an exhibition for the Port MacDonnell Commuity Complex running from December 1 until February 28.

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Did you know that each year the average Aussie farmer feeds 400 Australians, and 600 people around the globe? Farming powers a much broader economic story. All told, agriculture employs more than 1.6 million Australians - in jobs like retail, logistics, technology and science. National Agriculture Day, on November 21, is all about getting this message out and fostering connections between the man on the land and his city cousins. By 2020, half of the world’s population will be on Australia’s northern doorstep, representing unparalleled opportunities for Australia’s economy, especially our dynamic farm sector. Last year, Australian farms surpassed $60 billion in farm gate income. The National Farmers’ Federation has a vision to grow this figure to $100 billion by 2030. The

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Last year, Australian farm income passed $60billion for this first time last year. Farm subsidies Australia’s farmers are among the least subsidised in the OECD. Caring for our continent Agricultural land accounts for 48 percent of Australia’s land mass. Contributing to export earnings Farm exports account for over 15% of all goods and services exports. 2017 NATIONAL AGRICULTURE DAY EVENTS IN THIS REGION Thank a Farmer SA storytime - Mt Gambier Library 10:30am-11:30am Mount Gambier Library, 6 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier Special Thank a Farmer SA ‘story session’ with dances, stories and crafts themed around agriculture and some special guests. A dedicated agriculture and Thank a Farmer display will be set up in the library for the week. PIRSA Thank a Farmer Lunch SA – Naracoorte 12:00pm-3:00pm Yalumba Wrattonbully Vineyard, Edwards Rd, Naracoorte, SA 5271 Primary Industries and Regions SA staff with invited guests from across South East farming communities and local businesses will sit down to a long-table lunch and stunning views of the region in the picturesque vineyard of Wrattonbully Yalumba. The lunch has also received generous sponsorship from Yalumba, Wrattonbully Wine Region, JBS Australia – Bordertown and Woolworths Naracoorte.


BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS IN THE CLASSROOM You only have to speak to the students to know Grant High School’s latest initiative, delving into indigenous culture across two subject areas – English and Art – was a huge success. “I had done a little bit of Aboriginal work in primary school but it didn’t really go into the cultural aspects of their life and I now have a much better understanding,” Year 10 student Josh Telford said. Class mate April Johnson agreed. “Anything I had done before on Aboriginal issues had been brief and more about history not so much the culture and it was great to learn about that.” As far as English teacher Kristina Palmer and Aboriginal Community Education Officer Katharine Watson it was a case of mission accomplished. “Basically we wanted to break down misconceptions and societal barriers,” Ms Palmer said. “We wanted to provide students with a different insight and perspective of Aboriginal art and culture.” The Dreaming stories were central to the project, as was the integration of two subjects to better cover the issues involved. “We started looking at how they (Aboriginals) bring up their children and looking into the Dreaming stories,” Josh said. “We then created our own Dreaming stories. It was important they were original and our stories and not copied from what we had already heard. We then also made a piece of art to also reflect that.” Focussing on not just the words of the Dreaming stories but learning the traditional indigenous art techniques to depict stories was both challenging and rewarding for the students. “I found it so interesting to learn about the Aboriginal paintings and what the different symbols represent,” April said. “Especially the dot paintings. They took a lot of time and patience.” Covering a topic in depth across a couple of subject lines was also a way of learning that worked for this Year 10 group of students. “I found it more fun and more engaging,” April said. “It wasn’t just looking at one aspect of something and that made it most interesting,” Josh said. And this won’t be the end of more integrated learning and not just at Grant High School. “This is just a small stepping stone to a bigger picture,” Ms Palmer said. “We are looking at something similar in primary schools with drama and English to bridge the curriculum gap.” Showcasing the student work to the community rather than confining it to the school population was also an important part of the process and why the work is hanging in Mount Gambier’s Main Corner and not a classroom. “This is what our schools are doing,

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SAINTS NETBALL CLUB AWARDS

Gianna Morello - Bob Gabriel Memorial Trophy

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Emma Chuck, Melissa Chuck, Paige Primmer, Jenny Chuck & Rhiannon Primmer - Awarded Life Membership for Saints Netball Club

Under 15B Trophy Winners - Ella Jones- Coaches Trophy, Maddy Hosking- Runner Up Best & Fairest, Kiara Childs Best & Fairest

B1 Trophy Winners - Maddie Bowd- Joint Best & Fairest, Mel Chuck Coaches Award, Menaka Thorogood Joint Best & Fairest

B2 Award Trophy Winners - Casey Hosking - Best & Fairest & Deb Hicks - Runner Up Best & Fairest

Mia Passauer-Jones, Rachael Hoath, Jorja Mason & Jorja Morale - 50 Game Milestone

Casey Hosking, Abbey Patzel & Megan Jones - 150 Game Milestone

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SPORT AT A GLANCE SPORTING SNAPSHOTS This week:

TOUGH CONDITIONS FOR VETERAN GOLFERS On a really windy day, 56 players tackled the Kingston course, and predictably the scores in this South East Golf Veterans event weren’t too flash. Kenny Milsop had the days best score with 40 points to win Second Division from Trev Williams on 32 and Col Rex 31. First Division was won by a very surprised Brian Pennell with 35 points, in a threeway countback from John Millhouse and Ian Regnier. As you can imagine the field collectively scored badly, and so the DCR ended up at the maximum of 73 for handicap purposes. Jeff Ellis got NTP on the 17th and the balls ran down to 29 points. The next outing is at Beachport on November 20.

YOUNG CRICKETERS EARN REGIONAL CALL UP Mount Gambier cricketers Bodey Hosking & Sam O’Donnell (pictured above) have both made the Western Waves Under 14 team that will contest the Victorian State Championships.

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Crows ruckman Sam Jacobs is set to be the headline act at the local supporter group's end of year dinner on November 17.

CROQUET CHALLENGE UP & RUNNING The Aussie Croquet Challenge is well and truly underway this season. It is a social competition played between the Millicent and Mount Gambeir clubs.

REGIONAL SELECTION FOR ALYSSA Alyssa Humphries has represented Victoria at State level as a cricketer before and that journey has gotten off on the right foot again this season with selection in the Western Waves Under 18 girls team to contest the Victorian State Championships.

Above (top) - Mount Gambier team (from left) David Leamey, Barry McBride, Chris Hankin, Anne Cotton, Leah O’Neil, Sandra Edlington, Graham Marra & Len Stidwill. Above - Millicent team (from left) - Sue Hateley, Bevan Staude, Heather, Neville Hutchesson, Sue Prosser, Lynette Hutchesson, Brenda Trotter & Kathleen Staude.

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SARAH ROSS GOES BACK TO BACK Sarah Ross has claimed her second successive Millicent Bowls Club Ladies Singles Championship, winning the title decider agaisnt Carlene Godden. Contested by 15 bowlers over two days, Sarah’s win was a come from behind victory in a tense final that was tied at 23-all before Sarah reached the all important 25 shots.

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Ella Firth (holding trophy) has been named in the South Australian Under 18 girls soccer team, competing at the nationals next month.

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Plenty of highlights ion Barber Shield this weekend, with both bat and ball providing highlights. East Gambier’s Nick Gore (5/56) claimed his second bag of five wickets for the season, that is only three rounds old, and Josh Fidler (pictured above) put in his best performance since crossing to North Gambier with 6/35 from 20 overs. Defending only 102, Fidler’s marathon spell and ability to produce wicket taking balls was match sav ing for the reigning Barber Shield champions, that were able to dismiss Penola for only 88 and take first innings points. It was another recruit that made his mark, with Dylan Clough, in his second season with South Gambier, making his maiden ton for the Maroons. His 102 included 11 fours and three sixes as he led South to a much needed win over East. lifestyle1.net | 38

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Bowen Hosking (West Gambier) Twenty 20 West Gambier v Mil Lel West Gambier 1st innings 7/118 (J. Cornolo 24; J. Blackwell 23; B. Hosking 16; D. Pfitzner 3/21; J. Miller 2/30) MIl Lel 1st innings 9/99 (D. Justin 24; J. Burston, B. Thiel 16; L. Brown 3/19; R. Crute 2/11) West Gambier won by 19 runs BARBER SHIELD South Gambier v East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 6/202 South Gambier 1st innings 267 (D. Clough 102; R. Drenthen 78; C. Jorgenson 23; N. Gore 5/56; A. Hentschke 2/43) East Gambier 2nd innings 1/8 South Gambier won on 1st innings by 65 runs Mil Lel v West Gambier Mil Lel 1st innings 207 West Gambier 291 (B. Hosking 64; J. Gosling 62; S. Coxon 42; N. Easterbrook 41; J. Blackwell 26; J. Taylor 3/57; T. Nieuwerkerk 3/68) West Gambier won by 84 runs Penola v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 102 Penola 1st innings 88 (J. Mullan 28no.; J. Schulz 21; J. Fidler 6/35; N. McInerney 2/20) North Gambier 2nd innings 5/162 (M. Johnston

Tom Nieuwerkerk (Mil Lel)

Jake Blackwell (West Gambier) 46no.; J. Schutz 32; G. Coon 26; D. Kenny 21no.; C. Slabber 3/33) North Gambier won on 1st innings by 14 runs. CROUCH SHIELD Penola v Mil Lel Penola 1st innings 142 MIl Lel 1st innings 382 (B. Lawson 207; M. Ashby 45; J. Lock 43; J. Jackson 3/45; D. Moore 3/78; J. Doyle 2/65) Mil Lel won on 1st innings by 240 runs. East Gambier v Kongorong East Gambier 1st innings 117 Kongorong 1st innings 163 East Gambier 2nd innings 9/80 (H. Karsten 28; R. Flamank 18; C. Lynch 16; W. Vickery 3/30; C. Leckie 2/16; L. Brill 2/1) Kongorong 2nd innings 2/39 (K. Schaeffer 23no.) Kongorong won outright by eight wickets. South Gambier v Yahl South Gambier 1st innings 41 Yahl 1st innings 8/180 dec. South 2nd innings 124 (S. Lockwood 32; R. Kuhl 19; J. Clayton 2/9; A. Thompson 2/8; M. Walmsley 2/39) Yahl won outright by 15 runs COX BROS Centrals v Kalangadoo Centrals 1st innings 145

Kalangadoo 1st innings 131 (M. May 75; E. Giddings 25 retired hurt; J, Risely 3/48; D. Barrett 2/40) Centrals 2nd innings 9/207 (D. Barrett 54; D. Burston, J. Risely 41; B. Jeffree 21; A. Mulraney 4/63; M. May 3/5; E. Giddings 2/34) Centrals won on 1st innings by 14 runs. North Gambier v Yahl North Gambier 1st innings 77 Yahl 1st innings 197 (R. Gordon 46; R. Courtney 43; D. Phillips 24; D. Gibbs 20; M. Saunders 3/26; M. Walters 2/45; S. Butterfield 2/11) North Gambier 2nd innings 1/72 (K. Clark 37no.; I. Mulraney 21) Yahl won on 1st innings by 120 runs. O’DONOGHUE SHIELD East/Kongorong v North Gambier East/Kongorong 1st innings 123 North Gambier 1st innings 9/115 (A. Pandey 15no.; K. Dellow 15; I. Mulraney 14; J. Stafford 10; W. Vickery 2/5) East/Kongorong won by eight runs. West Gambier v Millicent Millicent 1st innings 8/98 (J. Grosser 33; T. Schrader 2/16; J. Bull 2/9) West Gambier 1st innings 129 (J. Cornolo 65no.; O. Miles 14; J. Judd 8 ret.; M. Telfer 3/8) West Gambier won by 31 runs.

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Jack Gosling (West Gambier) South Gambier v Mt Burr Mt Burr 1st innings 163 (J. Matthews 56no.; B. Thwaites 32; T. Williamson 2/10; K. Maney 2/13) South Gambier 1st innings 7/163 (A. Kuhl 57; H. Riddoch 19; T. McCourt 18; T. Allan 2/26) The match was drawn. HALL TROPHY NO SCORES AVAILABLE SIMS SHIELD Millicent v Mt Burr Millicent 1st innings 2/147 (K. Gibson 28no.; T. Dunn 27no.; A. Lindner 11no.; B. Sims 10no.; B. Howell 2/14) Mt Burr 1st innings 57 (W. Wimshurst 18; T. Dunn 2/2; T. Lambert 2/2) Millicent won by 90 runs. East Gambier v West Gambier Red West Gambier Red 4/85 (J. Prior 15ret.; M. Cornolo 14) East Gambier 1st innings 50 (R. Lawrence 16; J. Vaughan 14no.; M. Cornolo 2/2; T. Johnson 2/0; J. Hastings 2/0) West Gambier Red won by 35 runs.


LOCAL SPORT STATE TRIO HIT THE TRAINING TRACK AS COACHES ARE ALSO PUT THROUGH THEIR PACES Three Mount Gambier based rising soccer stars have earned selection in the Under 15 State Soccer team heading to the Ultimate Fiji Cup next month. The trio are Tenison Woods College students and are part of the school’s High Performance Academy. Last weekend, Harry Wilson, Fergus Shoemark and Tyler Michielan enjoyed a reprieve from a trip to Adelaide for training, with their coach Rod Del Nido in Mount Gambier as part of an Advanced Coaching Clinic, allowing the boys to be put through their paces on home turf, at Casadio Park. Fifteen year old Fergus is the most experienced of the trio in terms of higher honours, having represented South Australia in both Singapore and Fiji in past years. The Centrals midfielder is a Manchester United fan and has been playing soccer since he was five

year old, getting interested in the sport because his older brother played. Tyler also has some representative experience under his belt, having also headed on an overseas State trip before. The 15 year old plays locally for International and has been playing soccer since he was eight. Basically the club needed numbers to be able to field an Under 12 team and Tyler answered the call as an eight year old and hasn’t looked back. A midfielder as a general rule, Tyler supports Chelsea and real Madrid on the world football scene. Harry Wilson is a relative newcomer to the sport compared with his two team mates, having started playing soccer when he was 10. This is Harry’s first foray into the tri-colours of South Australia, having taken up the sport because a close mate was playing. Locally, Harry represents Apollo, while in the EPL, the defender is a Chelsea fan. “The commitment these boys make is fantastic,” Del Nido said. The Mount Gambier trio, as well as representatives from Port Pirie, Whyalla, the Riverland and Port Lincoln, survived a gruelling selection process that started with 50 players and after three camps was whittled down to the final touring squad. “We see the boys at the State championships and we get to know them and how they play and that’s how the selection process starts.” The advanced coaching clinic that was being held at Casadio last weekend, over two days, was all about upskilling Limestone Coast coaches and that is part of helping develop players the ilk of the State trio. “We want to ensure there is quality coaching for young players that aspire to be footballers,” Del Nido said.

“We now have this regional program and Mount Gambier is the first place we have rolled out this advanced course.” Del Nido was working hand in hand with FFSA coaching development manager Cristiano Dos Santos, a Brazilian Striker, who also played for Adelaide United. “We want to make a contribution to the development of the local game,” Del Nido said. He grew up in Darwin and understands the challenges of being a developing soccer player in a regional area – not just the tyranny of distance but the fact that AFL can take the spotlight and, in turn, the best athletes. “But these kids have a real passion for the game and

that is what they are committed to and we want to make sure they get every opportunity possible to develop,” Del Nido said. Above (from left) – Tyler Michielan, Harry Wilson & Fergus Shoemark. Left – Cristiano Dos Santos working with the region’s coaches at the weekend’s advanced coaching course.

LSE PENNANT BOWLS MID WEEK OPEN PENNANT Naracoorte 64/14 d Port MacDonnell Blue 28/0; Port MacDonnell Red 64/14 d Penola 32/0; Mount Gambier Blue 54/12 d Port MacDonnell Green 37/2; Mount Gambier Red 69/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 27/0. LADIES NO SCORES AVAILABLE OPEN Division one • Mount Gambier RSL Blue 64/9 d Naracoorte 64/7; Mount Gambier Red 93/16 d Naracorote RSL 42/0; Port MacDonnell 77/13 d Lucindale 66/3; Mount Gambier RSL Red 92/16 d Kalangadoo 52/0; Mount Gambier Blue 91/14 d Millicent 87/2. Division two • Mount Gambier RSL Blue 75/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 64/2; Millicent 78/16 d Kingston 54/0; Naracoorte 81/14 d Port MacDonnell 60/2; Robe 117/16 d Frances 42/0; Mount Gambier 75/14 d Penola 62/2. Division three • Mount Gambier RSL Red 78/12 d

Gerardine Williams - Penola

Naracoorte 73/4; Millicent Red 77/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 66/2; Millicent Blue 83/14 d Port MacDonnell 55/2. Division four - Red • Penola 76/15 d Beachport 71/1; Millicent 63/12 d Mount Gambier 57/4; Naracoorte RSL 75/13 d Robe 73/3; Lucindale - BYE. Division four - Blue • Millicent Gold 63/12 d Port MacDonnell 42/2; Millicent Green 53/12 d Frances 38/2; Lucindale 52/12 d Beachport 48/2; Kalangadoo 49/12 d Naracoorte 46/2.

Di Adams - Mount Gambier RSL

Pam Hales - Beachport

Sue Young - Beachport

Meredith Hinze - Penola

Bev Famularo - Mount Gambier RSL


LOCAL SPORT

LOCAL ATHLETES HEADED FOR NATIONALS

DOUBLE TON FOR MIL LEL STALWART Brett Lawson (left) has been a fixture around the Mil Lel Cricket Club for decades and at the weekend, he added to his highlights reel with a stunning double century, concentrating through what was the hottest Saturday local cricketers have faced for some time to compile 207 and lead his side to a comprehensive victory over Penola. Lawson clubbed 28 fours and cleared the boundary four times as he watched the majority of his team mates fall at the other end without troubling the scorer too significantly. It is Lawson’s second double ton, having reached the mark four seasons ago as well.

SOFTBALL RESULTS Demons 18 (S. John, B. Morale, C. Manning, Mackenzie Millard, M. Payne 2; A. Livingston, Montana Millard, T. Wilson-Smith) d Concordes White 3 (C. Fowler, M. Pollock 2; B. Miller, N. Saunders); Concordes United 13 (S. Brown, B. Jones 2; H. Taylor, D. Wighton) d Wanderers 6 (J. Hart, K. Carr 2; C. Whiting, N. Gilbert, K. Doyle, T. Tzioutziouklaris)

LEILA’S A RUNNING & JUMPING MACHINE Since Leila Croker was five she has been heading to Little Athletics and now, for the second time, in her short athletics career, she is set to represent South Australia at the School Sport Australia Pacific School Games. Leila attended the national event in Sydney last year, with the 2017 event in Adelaide, and the 11 year old is looking forward to the December competition as she takes on the 100m, 200m and 400m, as well as relays, and the long jump, triple jump and high jump. Her auntie Cindy Itzerott has provided some inspiration, having enjoyed a strong athletics career herself, and given the Reidy Park Primary SChool students is already in her second State team and is also part of an Athletics SA Development Academy, that meets in Adelaide once a month, she looks set to make her own mark. Since gaining selection in the 2017 SAPSASA State Athletics team, Leila has been heading to Adelaide every weekend for training at SANTOS Stadium, as well as her usual local Little Athletics training at Mount Gambier High School every Friday night. Leila is also an accomplished swimmer and also plays netball for West Gambier. Next week, we chat to Jacob Salmon, another of the four Limestone Coast athletes that are part of the State SAPSASA team.

MGDTA RESULTS RESULTS A1 Glencoe 12-85 d Mount Gambier 4-45 Men’s singles: D. Childs d A. Van Den Hurk 7-6; J. Brohier lost to T. Madigan 4-6; M. Kasparian d H. Hancock 6-3; C. Childs lost to T. Snell 3-6. Women’s singles: S. Edwards d J. Carey 6-1; L. Edwards d G. Ferguson 6-2; A. Edwards won on forfeit & J. Blackmore won on forfeit. Uniting Church 11-87 d Reidy Park 6-60 Men’s singles: R. Williamson d J. Tucker 6-0; I. Hopes d M. Stark 6-0; B. McInness d T. Jarvis 6-3; S. Batty d P. Morosoff 6-4. Women’s singles: A. Oldfield d O. McEvoy 6-2; T. Megaw d B. Young 6-3; K. Mitchell lost to S. Edwards 4-6; V. Maxwell lost to E. Edwards 3-6. A2 Glencoe Maroon 13-89 d Glencoe Gold 3-47; Mount Schank 8-74 d West Gambier Red 8-67; Centrals 9-83 d Suttontown 7-74; West Gambier Blue - BYE. B1 Suttontown Crows 6-46 d Centrals Grey 6-45; Moorak Green 6-51 d Westb Gambier 6-50; Mount Gambier 11-69 d Morrak Gold 1-26; Suttontown Tigers 6-52 d Uniting Church 6-44; Centrals Orange v Mil Lel (no scores available).

Ladies doubles Uniting Church 5-33 d Moorak 1-15; Glencoe Gold 3-25 d Mil Lel 3-21; Allendale East 6-36 d West Gambier 0-2; Saints UNited 6-36 d Reidy Park 0-0; Glencoe Maroon - BYE. Mixed doubles Glencoe 5-35 d Mount Gambier 1-21; Mount Schank 5-35 d Mil Lel 1-15; Centrals - BYE.

Kaylee Whitehead; Hannah Elliott & Jacob Armitage are off to the All Schools National Championships in Adelaide next month. Three Limestone Coast based athletes are heading to Adelaide next month to represent South Australia at the All Schools National Championships. Strong results at the State event saw Jacob Armitage, Hannah Elliott and Kaylee Whitehead all earn a berth at the national championships. Jacob came away from the State competition with a gold medal in the Under 16 triple jump, which is the event in which he will compete at nationals, but was also pleased to run a personal best time in the 100m. Hannah also secured gold for her efforts in the Under 16 2km steeplechase, with a personal best time and a bronze medal in the 3000m and is now headed to nationals to contest these events. Kaylee also came away from the State championships with two medals – a gold in the Under 16 triple jump and a silver in the long jump as her training now also ramps up for next month’s Adelaide nationals. Kaylee also competed in the 100m and 200m, also with strong results, given they are not her first choice events. The region was also represented by Zach Kain, who ran a personal best time in the 100m and 200m, as well as competing in the long jump. Shylah Fosdike also competed at the State championships, running

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Zach Kain; Shylah Fosdike & Tori Redemski recently competed at the All Schools State Championships. in the 100m and 200m, and while she was a little disappointed with her results, she was competing in the Under 18 age group as a bottom age athlete. Tori Redemski also had a solid State meet, running in the 100m and 200m, while sister Isabel, a regular competitor at State and national level, continues to battle a groin injury which has kept her out of competition in recent weeks.


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