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Shining future MOUNT Eliza North Primary School has joined a global network involving 1000 schools across 10 countries to develop new ways to use cutting edge technology to educate and inspire students. Mt Eliza pupils Mischa and Lewis enjoy linking up with schools around the world. See page 6. Picture: Yanni

Rate cap plan slammed By Chris Brennan A LABOR Party plan to force councils to cap annual rate rises at or below the level of inflation has been labelled a “farce� that if implemented would hit vital services and infrastructure. Mornington Peninsula mayor Cr Antonella Celi joined a chorus of criticism against the ALP proposal, warning any move to cap local government rates would result in a “significant reduction in the delivery of quality infrastructure and services provided to our local community�. Opposition leader Daniel Andrews

said last week that, under a Labor state government, Victorian councils would be forced to cap annual rate rises in line with the Consumer Price Index. Under the current system, councils are free to raise rates as they see fit, with strict budget transparency protocols and the potential wrath of ratepayers at the voting box keeping rises in check. But council rate hikes usually far exceed inflation. Shire rates last year increased by an average of 5.9 per cent, more than double the inflation rate of 2.9 per cent. The council has budgeted a further 5.9 per cent rise for 2014-15.

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The current CPI figure is 2.7 per cent. Mr Andrews said that if the ALP won the election, any council wanting to increase annual levies charged to property owners and businesses at levels exceeding the official rate of inflation would have to justify the rise to an independent Essential Services Commission. The ALP policy sent a “clear message that we expect councils to keep their rates in line with CPI, any increases above this must provide a clear benefit to ratepayers�, he said. “Under Labor, councils will be forced to limit rate rises and detail where every

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Member for Mornington and Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government David Morris agreed restrictions on councils’ ability to set rates was the wrong approach to reigning in spending. “It’s a very blunt instrument and it doesn’t work,� Mr Morris told The News. “What tends to happen if councils are forced to cut back cost is they go for the low hanging fruit – capital works get wound back, peripheral services get cut and lower profile programs that are often there to help more vulnerable members of the community are the ones to suffer budget cuts.�

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Amnesty demands rights answers By Neil Walker AMNESTY International has delivered a petition to Flinders MP Greg Hunt highlighting concern at the federal government’s treatment of asylum seekers. The human rights group has demanded the government respond to its report on “cruel and humiliating” conditions at the Manus Island detention centre detailed by Amnesty International investigators who visited the Papua New Guinea facility late last year. Federal environment minister Mr Hunt agreed to meet Amnesty International peninsula branch members Kevin Bain, Barbara McKenzie and Anne Blight last Friday to discuss their views about offshore processing of refugees. The trio and other volunteers gathered more than 500 signatures at Mornington market for petitions to be handed to Mr Hunt and fellow Liberal MP and member for Dunkley Bruce Billson (‘Petition brings asylum seekers home to MPs’, The News, 15/4/14). Mr Bain said a lot of people are angry and disappointed at successive governments’ policy of “demonising” asylum seekers. “We wanted to tell Mr Hunt that many people in Australia are crying out for leaders with long-term vision rather than those who use asylum seekers as a target for short-term political gain.” He told The News Mr Hunt had questioned whether Amnesty International had pursued the previous Labor administration as vigorously on the

Justice for all: Amnesty International members (from left) Barbara McKenzie, Anne Blight and Kevin Bain delivered a petition to Flinders MP Greg Hunt that criticised the federal government’s treatment of asylum seekers. Picture: Yanni

contentious issue as the current Liberal and National Party coalition government. “Amnesty International is a nonpolitical organisation and has tried to hold successive governments to account for their disgraceful treatment of those fleeing prosecution in other countries,” Mr Bain said. Mr Hunt told Mr Bain he had read the Amnesty report about conditions at Manus Island and “had promised to pass the petition on to immigration minister Scott Morrison”. Mr Bain said Mr Hunt had commit-

ted to seek an official government response to the petition. Mr Hunt released a statement to The News after the meeting stating “constructive feedback on how offshore processing could be improved was welcomed by the government”. He said the previous Labor government’s “failure on our borders” had led to more than 50,000 people arriving on more than 800 boats, with more than 1100 people known to have drowned at sea. “Offshore processing in Nauru and Papua New Guinea is one part of a

range of measures being used to stop the people smuggling trade and prevent further illegal maritime arrivals to Australia,” he said. Mr Hunt said the government had made a number of improvements at the Manus Island and Nauru facilities since winning government in September last year. “All people transferred and accommodated at an offshore processing centre are treated with dignity and respect and in accordance with human rights standards,” Mr Hunt said. In February this year several asylum seekers detained at Manus Island were injured during unrest inside the confines of the detention centre. A 23-year-old Iranian man, Reza Berati, was murdered during riots at the centre and a PNG police investigation has failed to identify the culprits amid allegations PNG guards hired by contractor Transfield on behalf of the Australian government were involved. Mr Hunt said: “The government has contracted appropriately trained and experienced service providers to ensure transferees’ needs are adequately met.” Transfield is paid more than $61 million per month by the Australian government to manage the Manus Island detention centre, and replaced previous contractor G4S in February after the riots. Refugees at Manus Island have accused G4S security guards of attacking them with rocks and iron bars during the February night of violence at the detention centre.

Bands booked for fundraiser BEACHES of Mornington will host a fundraiser on behalf of The Luke Batty Foundation this weekend. Booking agency Peninsula Band Host has booked four music acts to perform at the venue on Sunday 18 May. James & Sarah, Sean Harvey, Pete & Joel and Bonsai will play live and there will be prizes, raffles a silent auction and more. Face painting will also make it a family fundraising day. Entry is free. Funds raised will be donated to help children effected by family violence. The fundraiser will be held at Beaches, 55 Barkly St, Mornington on Sunday 18 May at 1.30-6pm. Call 5975 0966.

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MP’s plea for road safety PRESSURE is mounting for an audible warning system to be added to pedestrian traffic lights at the intersection of Nepean Highway and Canadian Bay Rd. VicRoads has told Dunkley MP Bruce Billson there is nothing left in its budget for the year so the federal MP is now “pleading” with his state counterpart Mornington MP David Morris to do something about it. Mr Billson said previous representations to VicRoads found “only a limited number of audio-tactile devices for signalled pedestrian crossings are funded each year and these seem to be predominantly in the inner–metro area”. Mr Billson says problems for vision impaired people using the pedestrian lights are made worse by road noise. He said Robert Spicer, who is vision impaired, had expressed concerns about safety when travelling around the Mt Eliza township and when crossing the Nepean Highway at Canadian Bay Rd. “I am calling for a pedestrian safety review at the intersection as pedestrian markings have been scuffed away and, due to the high volume of traffic, many feel their safety is compromised. “In order to cross the road safely, pedestrians are being forced to use the Mt Eliza Way pedestrian bridge, which adds a lot of time and kilometres to a short journey.” He said Mr Spicer, who uses his guide dog Kenji for daily shopping and banking, was too afraid to cross at the intersection without the help of his carer, Bernie Slagtman. “Pedestrian signals are of no benefit to me when crossing the road but what

Lecture makes the right moves FORMER principal percussionist with London’s Royal Opera House orchestra Nigel Bates will deliver an illustrated lecture called It’s Not Just Tchaikovsky in Mornington this week. Mr Bates will focus on the music chosen by ballet choreographers through the years, proving the right piece with the right moves and the right designs can create modern masterpieces and timeless classics. Mr Bates was also the producer for BBC Classical Music TV’s Maestro at the Opera and is the music administrator for the Royal Ballet. The lecture is hosted by the Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society at the Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilson Rd, Mornington on Friday 16 May at 5.30pm. Members are welcome to take guests. Call 9787 2092 to book.

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Noise barrier: The sounds of traffic make it more difficult for vision impaired people to safely use the busy Nepean Highway/ Canadian Bay Rd intersection at Mt Eliza. Bruce Billson at the danger spot with Robert Spicer and Bernie Slagtman.

would be helpful is a clear sound or audio signal that conveys when it is safe to walk. It would also provide a huge boost for my independence and mobility,” Mr Spicer said. VicRoads statistics show that in the four years to 2010, 67 per cent of

fatal and serious pedestrian incidents involved pedestrians crossing roads and 75 per cent of these occurred during the week. “VicRoads has informed me that the full 2013-14 financial year budget allocation for pedestrian improve-

ments has been assigned,” Mr Billson said. “I am pleading with Mornington MP David Morris, and VicRoads to review safety at this key Mt Eliza intersection to improve safety for pedestrians and road users.”

TWELVE peninsula Neighbourhood Houses will showcase the range of activities they offer at an expo held during Neighbourhood House week. Stalls will prove details about upcoming classes, performances and demonstrations at Neighbourhood Houses. A Lions Club of Rye BBQ going will offer free sausages. Call your nearest Neighbourhood House for pick-up points and times for minibuses if transport is needed. The expo is at Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilson Rd, Mornington on Thursday 15 May at 10am-3pm. Visit www. mornpen.vic.gov.au/neighbourhood_houses for further details.

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LANGWARRIN and Mount Eliza North primary schools have been selected to join a global partnership involving 1000 schools across 10 countries to develop new ways to use cutting edge technology to educate and inspire students. The schools will join 70 Victorian and 20 Tasmania schools participating in the three-year initiative which aims to transform the way educators and students think about learning, teaching and assessment. The New Pedagogies for Deep Learning: A Global Partnership connects schools with education leader Dr Michael Fullan – who supported the transformation of the Ontario School System into one of the highest performing in the world – and industry partners Microsoft, Intel and Promethean. Education Minister and peninsula MP Martin Dixon said technology was a great enabler for delivering a world-

class education system while helping students and teachers across the globe share resources and best practices. “Today’s schools are increasingly being challenged to remain relevant to students and to prepare them for the social, economic and environmental tests they will face in life,” Mr Dixon said. “The Victorian schools taking part in this initiative will play a vital role in helping shape the way technology can inspire young students and lift educational outcomes.” Dr Fullan said the initiative aimed to change the learning relationship between teachers and students to make learning more engaging and productive. “Unless a new pedagogy emerges, the students in school will become increasingly bored and the adults increasingly frustrated,” he said. Chris Brennan

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Wigging out: (left) Bianca Bakaniozos with daughter Jessica who will have her flowing locks (above) shaved later this month to make a wig for cancer sufferers. Pictures: Yanni

By Stephen Taylor A LITTLE girl’s empathy with the plight of those suffering from cancer has prompted her to take a stand and inspire others. Moorooduc Primary preppie Jessica Bakaniozos, 5, was so touched with a recent Camp Quality fundraiser for cancer treatment that she decided - with the support of her parents and her school - to donate her long hair to be made into a wig for children suffering the effects of cancer treatment. The background to the story is that, tragically, one of the school’s pupils is undergoing cancer treat-

ment, which prompted the fundraiser by the students’ representative council who ran a Crazy Hair day afterwards. About $300 was raised on the day. Part of the event involved a puppet show, ‘How to support a friend with cancer’, showing how treatment often resulted in patients losing their hair. Wearing a wig could make them feel better. Now, as part of a family day to raise money for the Cancer Council, and hosted by Jessica’s mum, Bianca Bakaniozos, the staff at Dirty Little Secrets hairdressing salon in Hastings will cut off Jessica’s long locks on Friday 30 May. “When she first said she’d like to

cut off her hair I thought ‘Maybe she’s not serious’,’’ Mrs Bakaniozos said. “But when I saw she was I looked around for ladies to make the wig.’’ A city wig maker has been selected. They’ll do the job for free. Once the wig is finished, Jessica can nominate a recipient, or one will be chosen by the Cancer Council. “So far Jessica has raised more than $400 – and it’s going up,” Mrs Bakaniozos said. Moorooduc Primary vice principal Susan Cahill is impressed. “You don’t see that type of empathy or integrity in many children these days, especially as young as Jessica. She’s a wonderful little girl.

“I am intrigued that this cause resonated with the littlest people who were still settling in at school – after all, they had only been here three or four weeks. It’s nice to see that level of empathy.’’ Donations to support Jessica’s worthwhile cause can be made directly through the cancer council website http://vic.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/jessbakahairdonation or via Jessica, who has registered herself as a charity with the number 763223. Mrs Bakaniozos hoped Jessica’s generous gesture will inspire others to dig deeper and show they care for sufferers of the insidious disease.

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Frankston out of loop in new rail plan By Neil Walker FRANKSTON line commuters face frustrating delays reaching Flinders St and Richmond stations if the state government’s Melbourne Rail Link plan unveiled last week is implemented. The Coalition spruiked the $11 billion Melbourne Rail Link as a heavy rail infrastructure project that would cement “Melbourne’s position as one of the world’s most liveable cities”. But details of the plan reveal Frankston line commuters would face delays travelling to some destinations. The project will re-route the Frankston line via a new train station called Fishermans Bend, named after a new suburb to be established in an industrial area near Port Melbourne. However, somewhat confusingly, the new station will be located near Crown Casino in Melbourne’s CBD. Frankston line commuters will be forced to switch trains at South Yarra or Caulfield if they wish to exit at Richmond or Flinders Street. State Labor candidate for Frankston Helen Constas condemned the disruption Frankston line travellers would face when the Melbourne Rail Link is complete. “It’s a disaster for Frankston and people are very concerned,” Ms Constas said. “Commuters tell me they are very upset about the extra 20 minutes it’s going to take to get to the city – it’s time they’d rather spend at home with their families.” Frankston line trains will continue

Not stopping all stations: Frankston line commuters will not be able to catch trains running direct to Richmond or Flinders St when the Melbourne Rail Link is complete.

to stop at other stations in the city loop including Southern Cross, Flagstaff, Melbourne Central and Parliament stations. However, many city workers will be inconvenienced at being unable to board a direct train to Flinders Street. A-League football fans also often alight at Richmond to walk the short distance to the AAMI Park stadium. Public Transport Users Association president Tony Morton criticised the

Napthine government for abandoning its long-mooted Melbourne Metro network project, which would have seen extra rail infrastructure built to the west and north of Melbourne. “Quite simply, this is policy on the run,” Dr Morton said. “If you’re on the Frankston line there will be no more Flinders Street trains for you and unless you’re heading for the west side of the CBD you’ll now need to change at Caulfield or South Yarra.”

The Melbourne Rail Link is expected to be complete by 2023. The state government said train and rail upgrades before its completion would see travel times decrease. The PTUA’s Dr Morton said there should have been public debate before the Melbourne Rail Link was finalised. Successive state governments had failed to invest in rail infrastructure and had preferred to focus on roads, according to Dr Morton.

“There is nothing for people who live and work in the suburbs, unless you drive a car.” Dissatisfaction with Frankston line train services was regarded as a major factor in Liberal MPs winning several ‘sandbelt’ bayside seats from the ALP at the 2010 state election. The coalition has a one-seat majority and faces a battle to retain marginal bayside seats at November’s state poll this year.

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LETTERS Rates need redevelopment

Birds of a feather: Mornington Peninsula Avicultural Society’s annual bird sale is in Skye later this month. Male Red-rumped Parrots picture Gary Sissons

Crowds flock to bird show AS A migratory flock of birds returns each year to its rookery, the Mornington Peninsula Aviculture Society’s 30th annual bird sale and expo will set feathers flying on Sunday 25 May. The expo, to be held at the State Dog Centre, 655 Westernport Hwy, Skye, will start at 9.30am and feature a bird sale at 11am. Traders will display birds, cages, aviaries, foods, and all kinds of products and bird accessories to view and buy. Vets will be on hand to provide surgical sexing – so owners know whether their bird is male or female - and micro-chipping. Other services and products will focus on bird keeping. Visitors can buy birds and get advice from more than 100 breeders and exhibitors from all over Australia.

Experts at club stands will provide advice on keeping and breeding - and discuss the benefits of joining a club. A variety of birds on show will include budgerigars and canaries, parrots, finches, doves and quail as well as some exotic species. The Victorian Zebra Finch Society will also stage its annual show and exhibition on the day with more than 20 varieties of zebra finch. Admission is $2 with children under 8 free. Children can enjoy face painting and refreshments are available Importantly, this event is run under a strict code of practice. Visit the society’s website at www.mpas.webs. com or call David on 0428 518 646 for more information.

OVER the last four years, Rosebud house sales have reached record prices due to investors buying properties to rent or redevelop. I live in Rosebud. Two years ago, at the last property revaluation, I was hit with a $100 increase in my rates. This year will probably be the same. Our mayor, Cr Celi, states: “For some this means the welcome news that their property value and personal wealth has increased. However, for some, that also means that they will pay proportionally more in rates” (‘Volatile house prices to impact rate impost’, The News, 29/4/14). Well Cr Celi, the personal wealth may have increased due to revaluations, but ratepayers who actually live here like myself would have to sell our home to access this increased wealth. The cost of living has increased dramatically! Mornington Peninsula Shire rates will increase 5.9 per cent next financial year, more than double the rate of inflation. The municipal charge will remain at $180 for all rateable properties. This means that for my modest forty-year-old twobedroom home in Rosebud, I pay the same charge as the multi-million-dollar mansion in Portsea! Why isn’t this in proportion? Cr Celi also states the reason for such an increase is “that growth in demand for ratepayer

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services and infrastructure is increasing”. Isn’t that what we pay our rates for? The Shire proposes to borrow another $2 million during the next financial year. As the cost of servicing the Shire borrowings of almost $38m will be approx.$2.5m, isn’t that robbing Peter to pay Paul? The Shire has decided that it will more than double our existing borrowings in the next few years, not to increase ratepayers’ services but to spend on one large infrastructure project (the SPA) on the Rosebud foreshore. This means that our future rates will be unaffordable to the majority of ratepayers. Malcolm Campbell, Rosebud

Stop monkeying around on CCTV IT is disappointing to find the CCTV cameras in Hastings debacle and recreational vehicle laws (which are apparently on the Shire’s agenda) still stuck on a growing to do list. The CCTV debacle started long before the events at the Jewel Shed last year. The CCTV cameras have been on the community’s agenda since before the state election campaign in 2010. Our local MP Neale Burgess, and Shire councillor for Cerberus David Garnock have been pushing for these cameras since they were elected. However, they and the community have been let down by United Energy, The

state government and the Mornington Peninsula Shire. No one genuinely cares what issues exist between these organisations. No one is interested in the soap opera this issue has become. Get on with the job of installing the much needed cameras! Unfortunately, this soap opera has also engulfed the issue of recreational vehicle laws here in Mornington Peninsula Shire’s jurisdiction. Given recent events, these laws are needed. The Hastings Community Alliance was told in November these laws were meant to be implemented by the end of 2013. In case no one at MPS HQ in Rosebud owns a calendar, it is now May 2014. Whatever the delay is, can it be sorted as soon as possible, as no one wants to see a reoccurrence of recent events involving recreational vehicles (or monkey bikes). Monkey bikes being ridden on public property is not just a community or parental issue, it is also a governmental issue. Chris Fisher, Hastings

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NEWS DESK

Long road for fair go

Residents forced out

AN elderly Seaford man who had a heart attack after being hit by a car has won a long-running battle with the Transport Accident Commission. Anton Geitenbeek, pictured right, was preparing to go to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal to convince the TAC his heart attack was the result of the accident - and not due to an underlying medical condition. For 16 months the TAC refused to pay for the 83-year-old’s heart surgery and associated costs, prompting the grandfather to take legal action. Slater & Gordon motor vehicle accident lawyer Stuart Le Grand said the TAC had now agreed to ‘’do the right thing’’ and compensate his elderly client. “This is a fantastic result for Anton and means he can now focus on his recovery rather than being forced to prepare a case for trial,” Mr Le Grand said. “It’s a pity it took so long to get

FRANKSTON Council’s decision not to renew a lease at Seaford Beach Cabin Park has been slammed by Carrum MP Donna Bauer. Up to 80 residents will have to find new homes after months of negotiations between council and the park owner failed to find common ground. “A proposal was put for a land exchange which would allow the park to continue to operate, and the council to build a carpark it wants to construct on the site but the council rejected this proposal,” Ms Bauer said. The Seaford Beach Cabin Park is housed on freehold and Crown land, and part of the Crown land has been leased off council by the park’s owner since 2009. Residents living in 20 cabins on a Crown land section will have to leave by the end of June. Council rejected a proposal last year by the owner to build apartments at the site. Cr Taylor said the lease had been extended by 12 months and the owner had not responded to offers to help affected residents on the Crown land. “We are still awaiting the contact details of these residents,” he said. “Council continues to work with the Department of Human Services and accommodation agencies to support residents with relocating.” Ms Bauer acknowledged council had the right not to renew the lease but she hoped council would provide appropriate support. “This decision will affect so many families, some of whom are marginalised or disadvantaged,” she said. Calls by The News to the cabin park owner were not returned. Neil Walker

to this point.” Mr Geitenbeek was struck by a car while crossing the Nepean Highway near his home in May 2012. He was knocked unconscious and taken by ambulance to The Alfred hospital with leg and facial injuries. While being treated in the emergency department, Mr Geitenbeek had a heart attack. He later underwent a quadruple bypass and had a pacemaker inserted. The TAC found it was reasonable to pay for Mr Geitenbeek’s angiogram but not his operation and other related costs - despite medical evidence showing it was highly probable he would not have required bypass surgery had it not been for the accident. Welcoming the TAC turnaround, Mr Geitenbeek said: “I am relieved that at my age I do not have to go to court.”

Saints flag stay at ‘first-class’ Seaford By Neil Walker FEARS St Kilda Football Club could walk away from its Belvedere Park training ground have eased after the Saints hierarchy reaffirmed its commitment to “first-class training facilities” at Seaford. The AFL club’s long-term future at Belvedere Park was thrown into doubt last month amid rumours the Saints could make a full-time return to their

original home at Junction Oval in St Kilda. It emerged the AFL, the state government, Cricket Victoria and MCC officials had been discussing “a St Kilda presence” within a proposed multi-million dollar redevelopment of Junction Oval. A state government announcement last week flagging an $8m contribution to the redevelopment of the Moorabbin Community Reserve prompted St Kilda

CEO Matt Finnis to issue a statement advising the Moorabbin project would “not impact the club’s base at Linen House Centre [in] Seaford”. St Kilda signed a 25-year lease with Frankston Council to stay at the Seaford training ground until 2035, and transferred its administration staff from Moorabbin after a dispute with Kingston City Council over installing extra pokies at Moorabbin. Frankston Council spent about $4m

of ratepayers’ money luring the Saints to Seaford from Moorabbin in 2008. Council estimated the “flow-on benefits” of having the Saints based in Frankston would total more than $42.5m annually. St Kilda plans to base a new VFL Saints team at Moorabbin. Mr Finnis said: “It is incredibly exciting that a revitalised Moorabbin will now play host to a new generation of footballers and their families.”

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BEST BUYS OF THE WEEK

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‘Ballochmyle’ “FAIR is the morn in flowery May, and sweet is night in Autumn mild” is one line from the 1786 poem “The Lass O’Ballochmyle” written by famous Scottish bard Robbie Burns. Although the work is about a beautiful Scottish maiden, it seems fitting that May and Autumn are the chosen month and season to bring this truly spectacular property - a beauty in its own right - to the market. Dating back to the 1870’s, Ballochmyle encompasses about 4-hectares and as a property is defined by the absolute privacy and beautiful wide open spaces. The main house is set towards the back of the block, and is accessed via a meandering tree-lined driveway, that snakes its way past a stunning ornamental lake. The driveway splits at one point and works its way up to a machinery shed, five-car garage and storage outbuildings in the far corner, but continuing on in the direction of the house, you pass a delightful gazebo and the sheer beauty of the home unfolds before you. A grand entry is resplendent underneath soaring 4.2-metre (14feet) ceilings with chandeliers and ceiling roses that are precise in every detail. Baltic pine polished floors lead past a dazzling formal lounge and dining room, with bedrooms two and three on the opposite side of the hall - the larger main bedroom has a sublime ensuite with feature leadlight windows. A spacious open plan kitchen and family area has a wonderful warmth to it with a combination of marble bench tops and rosewood timbers in the kitchen combining with a striking fireplace built from handmade bricks. From a sunroom you have access out to the entertainment area. Each room is so rich in individual character and detail, the old real estate cliché of ‘you must inspect to fully appreciate’ rings true. The external features to the property are as impressive as those found inside. From the entertainment deck you overlook a splendid in-ground pool with spa, there is also a pool house, and under the same roof line is a triple garage. A detached two-bedroom, two bathroom cottage is an absolute delight, and is positioned close to the full-size tennis court that is complete with flood lights.

Address: 1260 Dandenong-Hastings Road, CRANBOURNE SOUTH Auction: Saturday 24 May at 3pm Agency: Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667 Agent: Annette McKeand, 0409 552 790

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

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Tuerong Auction this Saturday

634 Stumpy Gully Road, Tuerong Stylish, sophisticated, modern and spacious...this luxurious two-storey residenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s list of attributes give it standing of first class status with a beautiful country atmosphere set on eight and half acres, approx. The five bedroom, three bathroom home is highlighted by a knockout floorplan of spectacular dimensions with a focus on indoor-outdoor entertaining, three zoned living areas and designer finishes. Enjoy this stunning location and create your own unique lifestyle set amongst the gum trees with a huge machinery shed and the versatility for a range of hobby farm pursuits. The home is ideally located within easy reach of schools, shops and Peninsula Link and has ample room for a pool, tennis court, horses or orchard.

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Mount Eliza Auction this Saturday

85-87 Eumerella Grove, Mount Eliza Enter a world of complete luxury across two dramatic levels with an impressive panoramic view stretching across the Moorooduc Plains in this utterly unique, masterfully executed six bedroom, three bathroom residence. Every space is designed to draw the outdoors inside with three fabulous living areas plus a cinema room, glassed study and grand-scale kitchen with easy access to a terrace. The main bedroom enjoys balcony access and an en suite; while a second bedroom has a spa en suite. Features a main spa bathroom, double garage, ducted heating, refrigerated cooling and an inbuilt sound system. Live this life!

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7 Naples Street, Mornington If sophisticated elegance with a distinct sense of grandeur is what you are looking for, then look no further! This beachside neo Georgian-style residence is only three years young and features; 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, very spacious living areas, gorgeous timber floors, gourmet kitchen and an exquisite all weather sunroom alfresco area plus a large DLUG. The very best of fixtures and fittings have been combined to create a true master piece of architecture, fastidiously constructed with incredible attention to detail. You will also be delighted by the stunning blue water bay views that span effortlessly across the bay and all the way to Arthurs Seat. Walk to Main St and beach opportunity not to be missed!

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Quiet location close to all amenities and transport, this prestige development comprises of single and double storey villas featuring: • Two or three bedrooms • Two bathrooms (One ensuite) • Caesarstone benchtops in kitchen • Soft close drawers and stainless steel appliances • Ducted heating and split system A/C’s • Internal access from remote controlled garage • Security doors, deadlocks to front and laundry • Landscaping and garden shed • Min 3000 Lt water tank • TV aerial / phone / fax / internet pre-wired Price From $436,950 Inspect Wednesday & Saturday 3.30–4.00pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Amy Day 0408 559 086 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Tyabb

21 Gerards Way, Tyabb Set within a beautiful botanic garden, this stunning 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom plus a study family home is beautifully tucked away from the world and set on four acres, approx, with flawless facilities from a solar heated pool to self contained accommodation and established amenity and paddocks suitable for a range of hobby farm pursuits. The light-filled interior is highlighted by its generous proportions, smart zoning, entertaining facilities and Mediterranean inspired walled courtyard. A self-contained two-bedroom unit is perfect for guests or in-law accommodation. This idyllic property is set in a sought-after cul-de-sac convenient to Tyabb Township, schools and city access via Peninsula Link.

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Red Hill South

3 Beaulieu Road, Red Hill South Rare hinterland of 10 glorious acres, approx., creates a superb scenario in the heart of Red Hill. This enchanting three-bedroom cottage is one of Red Hill’s original homes and retains the character of its period origins alongside today’s desires for open plan living and alfresco entertaining with a stunning deck and wrap-around verandah with valley views. The property offers a range of future opportunities and includes stables, an artist’s studio, five paddocks currently used for horses, an apple orchard and 70,000 litres of water storage. Ideally located close to shops, wineries and schools. Ride, cycle or walk out your door to Stony Creek trail or Merricks riding trail. Dual driveway access off Beaulieu Road. A unique opportunity to secure this prime location, keep the existing, potential B & B or new home.

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Mount Martha

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Auction this Saturday

6 Meadow Crest Circuit, Mount Martha Embracing quality and modern sophistication in a manner un-matched by comparable properties, this single-level three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence is defined by quality finishes and contemporary fashion in a unique residential setting. The interior reflects modern ideals of open space and streaming sunshine with separate living and dining rooms, a quality kitchen, main bedroom with en suite and a feature deck extending to a manageable wrap-around garden. A large double auto garage with internal access, alarm and ducted heating are additional assets, while the location provides a quiet, eminently desirable context for lifestyle enjoyment close to parks and Bentons Square.

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The serenity of a huge north-facing feature deck and light-filled living creates impressive surroundings for this contemporary three-bedroom, two-bathroom single-level residence with a double garage. The sought-after mix of a quiet and accessible beachside location and a modern interior enhance the appeal of this affordable entry point into Mornington. Contemporary styling highlights the living room, modern kitchen and north-facing family living and dining room. The covered deck is designed for year round enjoyment; while a separate studio is a perfect teenage retreat or workshop. The home is beachside of the highway close to the beach, parkland, local shops and schools.

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8 Illuka Place, Mornington Refined yet instantly relaxing, this near new two-storey residence is beautifully proportioned, impressively appointed and perfectly attuned to its seaside environment. The light-filled home with a desirable north-east aspect contrasts superb finishes against a fresh colour scheme from timber floorboards to stone benchtops, low-maintenance gardens and banks of windows. The generous three bedroom, 2.5 bathroom plus a study floor plan accommodates two north-facing living rooms, stylish stone and Blanco kitchen, north-facing deck and balcony. Features a double remote garage and a double shower en suite all set in a quiet street walking distance to Main Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cafes and the beach. Perfection!

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Mount Martha

12 Sweetlands Court, Mount Martha A stylish contemporary profile filters through this spacious, brilliantly executed, single-level four-bedroom, twobathroom residence illuminated in northern light with a private entertaining deck. A north-facing living room flows out to a fantastic deck with a remote awning perfect for an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. A light-filled dining area adjoins a quality kitchen; while a relaxing second living area provides the much desired zoned living. The main bedroom enjoys the luxury of a spacious spa en suite. This fabulous family home with a double remote garage resides in a quiet court revered for its friendly family focus close to Benton Junior College and Bentons Square shopping.

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Somerville

7 New Street, Somerville Commanding a coveted corner position opposite Somerville Recreation Reserve and walking distance to shops, train station and schools, this light-filled single-level three bedroom residence set on an impressive 676m2 allotment, approx, is surrounded by desirable family focused amenities and is a first class foot in the door for first home buyers or investors. Two living areas cater to zoned living, a kitchen with a meals area is well-appointed and there’s a terrace for alfresco entertaining. A tandem carport, further off-street parking and a garden shed are additional assets. Alternatively maximise the large allotment with a unit/townhouse development, STCA, and capitalise on a great buy.

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Striking contemporary design underpins this bold and dynamic tri-level four-bedroom, three bathroom residence set on Mt Martha Hill with magnificent views across lush bushland to sparkling Port Phillip Bay. Set on a sensational 1120m2, approx, allotment backing directing onto a verdant reserve, the home is designed to capture the outlook from every turn. At its pinnacle is the vast top-floor open plan living and dining room with a bar, sleek stone kitchen with two ovens and two walls of sliding glass linking to a fabulous entertaining balcony. Features a spa en suite, return driveway and garaging for three cars close to Mt Martha beach, Village shops and a choice of schools.

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Mount Martha

55 Ian Road, Mount Martha

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Mornington

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The perfect starter SITUATED within an easy walk to the shops is this fantastic beachside home. The neat and tidy property is set on a 706-square metre block, that is fully fenced. Perfect for a holiday home, there are two bedrooms, both with built-in robes, with the large main bedroom offering an ensuite and access out to an entertaining deck. Two living areas enjoy the sun and the well-appointed kitchen also has access out the entertaining area. Comforts include a gas log-effect heater and split system air-conditioning. A single garage is set towards the back of the block. This home is sure to surprise all who inspect and priced under $400,000 is a great entry point into always popular Dromana.

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Upgrade to the space of a house without breaking the budget. Families and couples will love the position, streamlined design and fantastic backyard on offer here. The BV home is only a short walk from schools, shops, parks and playgrounds. Situated on a spacious allotment of 720m2 with a new tandem garage perfect for extra storage. Our vendor’s instructions are clear, this home must be sold. DON’T MISS OUT. Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 24th May at 12.00pm Saturday 11.30–12.00pm Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 bowmanandcompany.com.au

36 Rosalie Avenue, DROMANA $389,000 Stockdale & Leggo, 193 Point Nepean Road, Dromana, 5987 3233 Melissa Walker, 0407 508 555

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Mornington

$450,000 - $500,000

10 Fleet Street Fleet Street, Hard To Beat!

With a charming facade and a fantastic location this lovely beachside home is hard to Ànd better. With amazing value for money this lovely three bedroom property is set up for those looking at a low maintenance lifestyle enhanced with the convenience of a location that allows stress free access to all of Mornington’s facilities.

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3 Rancher Place Rare Retreat

A fresh approach to real estate

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Mornington

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A stylish design, near new with engineered Oak River Gum Áooring setting the tone through this beautiful home, Áowing through to the carpeted lounge room with gas log Àre. Stunning kitchen with butler’s pantry, Bosch gas cooker and oven complete with granite bench tops. The main bedroom has a fully Àtted out his and hers walk in robe. This is the ultimate home.

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Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102

$730,000 - $800,000

1/4 Turnbull Street Location Supreme

Beautiful home with a well thought out Áoor plan. The light Àlled main living room is of great proportions and adjoins the large dining room that Áows out seamlessly to a paved, low-maintenance outdoor area. Also on offer is a light Àlled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and ample bench space. This is a sensational lifestyle property in one of the most highly sought after pockets of beachside Mornington.

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Best Offer Over $590,000

Natural beauty CONSTRUCTED from Mt Gambier limestone and set on a fine allotment measuring over 2100 square metres, this magnificent home will instantly impress families of all sizes. As you make your way to the front door, the elegant limestone pillars creating a striking first impression to this private oasis that is completely in sync with the native environment and nearby beach. Beautiful domed cathedral ceilings soar above the open plan kitchen and living area, with large picture windows affording all a calming outlook to the native flora. The clever floor plan has two living zones and four lovely bedrooms that allow all members of the family to enjoy their own space. With energy efficiency in mind, the home features a passive solar design and a 20,000-litre water tank supplies the entire house. The block has been well landscaped with some cute garden paths meandering through the grounds. Other external improvements include a four-car garage.

5 Crest Court Your Private Family Oasis

A timeless design for family living with a sparkling pool for fun with this stylish home convenient to schools, popular Benton’s Square & beaches. A dream come true for a busy young family, the 742m2 (approx) block is designed for fun, while features include two generous living areas, all-weather alfresco deck, superb kitchen & remote-controlled double garage.

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2 Wunda Court, St ANDREWS BEACH $850,000–$890,000 John Kennedy Real Estate, 2327 Point Nepean Road, Rye, 5985 6555 Leah Pancic, 0421 700 749

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MOUNT MARTHA 558 Esplanade

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Big Corner Block

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On the market for the first time in 30 years this fabulous property with huge potential represents a rare opportunity to purchase in this truly enviable location. Set amongst natural gardens on a huge 1337m2 (approx) corner block directly opposite the beach this beautifully presented 4 bedroom, Marklew built home exudes warmth and character. The quality, original design is highlighted by slate floors, timber ceilings, exposed beams and a cosy open fire place, which combine to create a welcoming and comfortable home environment, laid out over a single, manageable level.

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Ray White Mornington raywhitemornington.com.au

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SOMERS 9 The Promenade Perhaps Somersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; most prized beachfront property, this iconic home delivers spectacular 180 degree views spanning the azure waters of Western Port, from Phillip Island to West Head, with the best seat on the beach to watch all the action in summer. Features more than 40 metres of absolute beach frontage, vast ďŹ&#x201A;oor to ceiling walls of glass that perfectly frame the stunning, uninterrupted views, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, glass-roofed dining area and two living areas.

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Shop 2, 188-194 Main Street Mornington www.conleyluff.com.au

5975 7733

MORNINGTON - AUCTION THIS SATURDAY AT 12.30PM

SUIT $600,000 PLUS BUYERS

MORNINGTON

AUCTION: SATURDAY 7TH JUNE AT 11.30AM

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

STYLE AND SUBSTANCE - AND CLOSE TO EVERYTHING

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It’s an easy stroll into town from this most appealing, North facing two storey home. Four bedrooms (2 up & 2 down), two bathrooms and toilets (1up & 1down), with an attractive central kitchen with dishwasher & big walk-in pantry. Two spacious living areas (1 up & 1 down) and extensive covered deck leads into the front garden with high fences and hedges ensuring your privacy and security. BBQ area and double garage. Relax & enjoy the warmth of polished timber flooring and new upstairs carpet. It has GDH & 2 r/cycle air conditioners (1 up/1 down). The convenience of the property to exciting Mornington Village and Fisherman’s Beach is a great opportunity.

This beautifully designed and built home is perfect for hassle free living. Featuring four large bedrooms and two glamorous bathrooms. The main bedroom on the ground level, has a stylish ensuite with tiled shower base, semi frameless shower screens & fitted WIR. Downstairs offers spacious light filled living area leading out to the decked alfresco, designer kitchen with stone tops, s/steel appliances and dishwasher, large breakfast bar & adjacent meals area. Upstairs features three bedrooms, stunning main bathroom with free standing tub & double vanity and a large living area. Double remote garage with rear access, garden shed, ducted heating & refrigerated, cooling plus all the bells & whistles one could hope for. 10a Kent Street Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

MORNINGTON

AUCTION: SATURDAY 14TH JUNE AT 1.30PM

1/20 Kent Street Inspect Sat 11-11.30am or by appointment Contact Roy Cotton 0419 610 888

MORNINGTON

$400,000 PLUS

EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT OR 1ST HOMEBUYER OPPORTUNITY!

BEACHSIDE DELIGHT WITH SPACE AND LIGHT

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28a Dava Drive Inspect Sat 1-1.30pm or by appointment Contact Maureen Gillham 0418 558 777

GEOFF LUFF 0416 142 336

KAYN LUFF 0416 265 337

ROY COTTON 0419 610 888

MAUREEN GILLHAM 0418 558 777

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A delightful garden setting on a generous 522m2 lot invites you into this most appealing brick-veneer home. With 3 bedrooms (FES/WIR to master), central kitchen with s/steel appliances, tiled family/meals, spacious lounge & double auto garage with rear roller door. Beautiful lawns, an entertainers deck, 2 s/system airconditioners, downlights, dishwasher, water tank and drip feed to front gardens. SECURELY LET TO MARCH 2015 TO EXCELLENT TENANTS PAYING $380 PER WEEK

Private & secure, this most charming weatherboard home enjoys a convenient location close to shops, bus services & the Esplanade. Ideal for active retirees or a busy couple, this stylish home offers a downstairs master bedroom with FES/WIR, a large 2nd bedroom upstairs, quality kitchen with stone benchtops, s/steel appliances & walk-in pantry, an extra spacious living room with polished timber flooring, gas log fire, high ceilings & built-in cabinetry, 2nd bathroom & W/C & internal entry from the auto double garage. With extensive decking, sunblind’s, 9” ceilings, 2 s/system r/cycle air-conditioners, and a warm welcoming ambience.

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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71 St Mitchell Circuit Inspect Sat 10-10.30am or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

JADE WILSON 5975 7733

SASHA PORTBURY 5975 7733

WENDY O’HALLORAN 5975 7733

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Shop 2, 188-194 Main Street Mornington www.conleyluff.com.au

5975 7733

DROMANA

PRICE ON APPLICATION

SOMERS

$1,350,000 PLUS

10 ACRES+ IN SOMERS

‘CRESWELL’ - ENJOY THE SOMERS ALL YEAR ROUND WITH TOWN WATER & NATURAL GAS!

LIVING A LUXURIOUS BEACHFRONT DREAM!

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Offering space, luxury & amazing water views, this bayside mansion offers approx. 90 squares of living over 3 levels. Comprising a palatial master suite with dressing room, ensuite with twin shower, corner spa & sweeping bay views from the covered balcony, there are four more bedrooms and a study. A large chef’s kitchen has butler’s pantry, there is an adjoining dining room, spacious lounge and billiards room with bar & gas log fire. A six-car garage has front and rear access via auto remote roller doors and there is a 2 car garage at the rear. Also includes an elevator, laundry chute, ducted heating & cooling, s/system air-conditioning, intercom & direct access by foot to the beach. www.23latrobe.com.au 23 Latrobe Street Inspect by appointment Contact Geoff Luff 0416 142 336

MORNINGTON

$390,000 - $420,000

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North facing, with schools, buses & the Homemaker Centre all at your doorstep, this attractive brick-veneer home offers spacious living & entertaining and a generous rear yard. With 3 bedrooms (BIR’s), 2 separate living areas, light-filled kitchen, 6X5m covered & enclosed entertaining area, and a double tandem carport. Including gas heating, ducted evaporative cooling, dishwasher, 4200L water tanks, sunblinds, 2 sheds & a workshop. Ideal 1st home with all the comforts!

MORNINGTON

$649,000

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This brilliant 4 bedroom house combines light-filled living with optimum convenience positioned just moments from Bentons Square shops and schools. To be built to the highest standard with exquisite finishes and comprising a formal lounge highlighted by gas log fire & built - in cabinetry for television/entertainment unit, master bedroom with luxurious double vanity ensuite & walk in robe, deluxe kitchen with butlers pantry, stone tops & S/S appliances, exceptionally generous dining and family area that opens seamlessly through bi-fold doors to fabulous alfresco entertaining plus a separate rumpus room/home theatre. Also including auto DLUG with internal access, high ceilings and quality tiles & carpets throughout.

GEOFF LUFF 0416 142 336

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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ROY COTTON 0419 610 888

MAUREEN GILLHAM 0418 558 777

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MOUNT MARTHA

OFFERS ABOVE $700,000

SPACE, STYLE & LUXURY IN SEFTON GRANGE!

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Nothing to do but relax & enjoy this exceptional 2 storey family home, set amongst beautiful gardens and with mod grass lawn at the rear. With 3 large bedrooms plus study (including a superb master suite with Juliet balcony overlooking parkland), 2 spacious & separate downstairs living areas plus a living room upstairs, deluxe ceasar stone kitchen with s/steel appliances, stylish bathroom, powder room, & internal entry to an auto DLUG. Including GDH & ducted refrigerated cooling, ducted vaccum, gas log fire, dishwasher, security, solar/gas HWS & a delightful alfresco area for year round entertaining.

Inspect by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337 62 Martha’s Ridge Drive

14a Parkside Crescent

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Each of these 4 new single storey BV villas has a different floor plan but all will offer vast open living space with high ceilings, quality fixtures, fittings & floor coverings, deluxe kitchens with stone tops & Blanco appliances, ducted heating & vacuum, security & s/system r/cycle air-conditioner. Three of the villas offer 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, master with FES/WIR, & double lock-up garage. The 4th villa offers 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, master with WIR/FES, plus single lock-up garage. Be quick to take advantage of the substantial stamp duty saving to be had & the opportunity to select some internal colours for early buyers. A full set of plans & inclusions may be viewed at the office.

MORNINGTON

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NEW BRICK-VENEER VILLAS! - WALK TO MAIN STREET!

Inspect Sat 11-11.30am or by appointment Contact Roy Cotton 0419 610 888 1-4/26 MacDonald Grove

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30 Bungower Road

STUNNING NEW HOME IN LAKESIDE – UNDER CONSTRUCTION!

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This outstanding lifestyle property, on a picturesque 10+ acres consists of a substantial Engelhard designed residence with a host of formal & in-formal living areas. There are plenty of bedrooms for the family plus GDH, open fireplace, combustion heater, 2 x s/system air-conditioners, ducted vacuum, alarm system, intercom, ceiling fans, timber-lined cathedral ceilings & double carport. Enjoying a tranquil setting, this magnificent property includes a dam with windmill pump, a 9 x 9m shed with power & water, an 8 x 12m shed with power, stove, shower, toilet and combustion heater, a 13 x 8m hay shed incorporating a tac room, workshop & coolroom (not electrically connected) & the property is wired for 3 phase power but not connected.

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

JADE WILSON 5975 7733

SASHA PORTBURY 5975 7733

WENDY O’HALLORAN 5975 7733

JAN MEYER 5975 7733


Shop 2, 188-194 Main Street Mornington www.conleyluff.com.au

5975 7733

MORNINGTON

$700,000 PLUS

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Enjoy a fabulous, relaxed seaside lifestyle in this striking as-new home, on a fully fenced, easy-care 447m2 lot. Featuring double garage and automatic gates to a 2nd street frontage, there is storage for a boat or caravan. Pristinely presented, the home offers 4 bedrooms (deluxe FES/WIR to master), spacious living areas up & down, superb Caesar stone kitchen with s/steel appliances, beautiful polished timber flooring, water views from the covered balcony and an inviting alfresco area for entertaining. Including 3 s/system r/cycle air conditioners, ducted vacuum, double glazed windows, video security, dishwasher, integrated microwave & coffee machine & much more, an inspection is sure to impress.

MORNINGTON

$750,000 - $795,000

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MOUNT MARTHA

$350,000 PLUS

TO LIVE OR INVEST – PRESENTED AS NEW!

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This stylish 2 bedroom brick-veneer villa is in a small group close to Bentons Square & buses. With WIR & 2-way bathroom to the master, quality Caesarstone kitchen with s/steel appliances, spacious light-filled living, separate laundry & internal entry to a big 8 X 4m auto single garage. Includes ducted heating & refrigerated cooling, laserlite deck, dishwasher and high ceilings.

MORNINGTON

$409,500 NEG.

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Enjoying a delightful garden setting on a generous raised lot, this most appealing BV home offers convenience to all facilities with a welcoming ambience. Comprising 3 bedrooms (2 way bathroom to master, all with BIR’s), 2 spacious & separate living areas, an attractive timber kitchen, single carport, shed, & an inviting 8 X 4 laserlite/paved entertaining area. Including gas heating, s/s r/cycle air conditioner, & new gas hot water service.

MORNINGTON

$479,500

MOUNT MARTHA

$395,000 NEG

Inspect by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

MORNINGTON

$670,000 - $695,000

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MORNINGTON

Inspect by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

$150,000 NEG.

KAYN LUFF 0416 265 337

ROY COTTON 0419 610 888

MAUREEN GILLHAM 0418 558 777

MORNINGTON

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

JADE WILSON 5975 7733

$100,000

SHIRE HALL BEACH! Celebrate Australia & relax on the deck of this sparkling 2 X 2M beach box and look out to Mornington harbour & pier. Ideal family beach – just an easy stroll from Main Street.

Beach Box 77 Inspect by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Contact Roy Cotton 0419 610 888

GEOFF LUFF 0416 142 336

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Luxurious, contemporary, completely secure and exceptionally convenient - this terrific apartment offers it all. Situated in the popular ‘DOC’ apartments on the Northern side of the building, this spacious executive residence offers peace and quiet whilst being extremely central to all Main Street has to offer. Finished with beautiful materials and high grade fixtures and fittings including: Italian Marble, European Tap-ware, Miele kitchen, quality tiles and carpets throughout. On the weekends just leave your car in the secure basement parking and walk to Main Street boutiques, cafés, restaurants, glorious beaches and Mornington Pier. With so many options available your lifestyle will be incredible.

Presented to impress, this colourful beach box With quality land to create your own personal masterpiece getting harder & harder to find, this gently sloping measures 3M X 1.8M plus a 1.2M covered deck. elevated lot of approx. 593m2 would be an ideal choice to live your dream. Set across from beautiful Enjoy the beautiful bay views & the golden sands of parklands & with lovely walking tracks at your doorstep & so convenient to schools, buses & Bentons Square, Fishermans Beach. an ideal location for you and the family.

66 Martha’s Ridge Drive

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These two new villas are in a group of 3 only & offers 14 squares of spacious living plus a large double garage with storage & internal entry. Comprising 3 bedrooms - main with FES & WIR, living & dining room with polished timber flooring, deluxe gloss Caesarstone kitchen with 900mm s/steel oven, hot plate & dishwasher, stylish bathroom, ducted heating & refrigerated cooling, porcelain tiles, clothesline, letterbox, square set plaster, paved entertaining area, coloured concrete driveway & landscaping to front & rear. There are still a huge stamp duty saving on offer so get in quick to maximise your saving & to have an input to colour selections internally!

A BEACH BOX DELIGHT AT FISHIES BEACH

SEFTON GRANGE - BUILD YOUR DREAM

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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Inspect Sat 11-11.30am or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337 207/22 Main Street

17 Nichols Drive

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Inspect Sat 12-12.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337 1-3/13 Van Ness Avenue

2/90 Harrap Road

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On their own titles & so close to the Esplanade, these luxurious new homes by Oakhill Constructions each offer approx. 23 squares of living plus auto DLUG & comprise 3 bedrooms plus study (large downstairs Master with FES/WIR), deluxe gloss Caesarstone kitchen with s/steel appliances, spacious living areas upstairs & down, GDH, security, LED lighting, high ceilings, dishwasher, 5000L water tank, flyscreens & landscaping.

Inspect Sat 2-2.30pm or by appointment Contact Roy Cotton 0419 610 888 15 & 15a Bentons Road

8 Nepean Place

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Beach Box 34 Inspect by appointment Contact Geoff Luff 0416 142 336

WENDY O’HALLORAN 5975 7733

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NAY O I T AHUISCSATURD T

AUCTION: Sat 17th May at 2pm

2/12 Rodney Court, Mornington 3

View: As Advertised or By Appointment

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122 Barkly Street, Mornington 3

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Deceased Estate

This lovely single story unit is one of 4 on the block, sitting in a quiet court, surrounded by quality homes & only 200m from fabulous Fishermans beach. Comprises 3 bedrooms & updated kitchen & bathroom. Neat as a pin, beautifully presented & close to everything fabulous Mornington has on offer. Comfortable & extremely well presented, would be a perfect start, ideal lock & leave weekender, ripper investment property or well suited for those looking to downsize.

A wonderful opportunity to restore a much loved family home and garden or explore re-development prospects (STCA) on a block of approximately 667sqm, surrounded by established gardens and tree canopies. Easy walk to Main Street, 400 metres to Mills Beach, and bus stop only metres away.

Contact: Susan Clavin 0417 141 007

3/52 Wilsons Road, Mornington 3 2 2

$695,000 View: As Advertised or By Appointment

Contact: Sally Gray 0402 246 081

14 Warrah Street, Mornington 3 1 2

Contact: Peter Skewes 0428 148 693

$320,000-$360,000 View: As Advertised or By Appointment

Brand New Executive Townhouse

A Great Beginning

Beautiful three bedroom townhouse - just completed! Lower level comprises open plan living and kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher, leading out to the decked entertaining area and courtyard. Upstairs to the three bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk-in robe, built-in robes to bedrooms two and three. Main bathroom with separate bath and shower, vanity and separate toilet. Additional features include hydronic heating, split system air-con, ducted vacuum and double lock-up garage. Fantastic location only short walk to Fishermans Beach, Wilsons Road Shops and Main Street.

Securely and privately tucked away at the end of a quiet court is this excellent opportunity for first home buyers, investors, or tradies wanting to work from home. The solid brick home has three bedrooms, an updated kitchen, original floorboards under the carpets, and a fully fenced front and rear yard with established gardens. Also on the block is a double tandem carport, plus a double garage size shed with plenty of room for a workshop. Situated on just over 600m2, this is the perfect opportunity to enter the Mornington property market with close proximity close to schools, shops & transport. The home is currently tenanted on a month to month basis to a reliable tenant who would be keen to stay if purchased by an Contact: investor.

Contact: Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

Mornington Suite 2 / 1a Main Street 03 5970 8000 www.mornington.harcourts.com.au

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Stamp Duty Savings - Luxurious Beachside Mornington

It does not get any better or bigger than this fabulous family home for entertaining on a grand scale. Located a short distance to shops & cafes, schools, transport, parks, hospitals and medical centre’s. The home features 4 bedrooms, main with FES & WIR, main bathroom, lounge, rumpus room, kitchen & meals area plus an undercover outdoor area to entertain the multitudes. Be cosy all year round with evaporative cooling and ducted heating. Other features include a double remote control garage, a separate drive to park the boat or caravan and good sized shed. This is a home that will suit the larger family or the astute investor to add to their portfolio.

Construction is about to commence on two high quality townhouses positioned in a much desired beachside Mornington location with separate street frontages. One home is already sold, therefore you only have a limited opportunity to secure your next home. 3BR’s, master with WIR & ensuite, home office/ 4th bedroom, kitchen with stone bench tops, lounge with gas log fire place, a family room with bi fold doors leading to the balcony. A main bathroom & a powder room & DLUG with internal access.

AUCTION This Saturday at 12pm View www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24484 Open Saturday 11.30-12.00pm or by appointment

Price View

Terry Young 0419 157 172

Terry Young 0419 157 172

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$995,000 - $1,090,000 www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24378 E terry.young@harcourts.com.au

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

Mount Martha 9 Bay Vista Close

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Mount Eliza 4 Petrel Close

Surprisingly spacious, this fantastic opportunity will excite both owner occupiers as well as the astute investor. Situated on a big block of 878sqm (approx) this family home in this highly sought after location close to schools, shops & public transport comprises : 3 large bedrooms all with BIR’s, master bedroom with full ensuite, 2 separate internal living areas plus dining/meals area & gas ducted heating. Other features: open fireplace, a great internal bar area & an oversize double garage with auto doors with room for a workbench. The treed yet private backyard has a decked pergola area ideal for entertaining. Act quickly & inspect ASAP

Price by Negotiation $840,000-$920,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24476 Open Saturday 2.30-3.00pm or by appointment

Price View Open

Andrew Gillespie

Andrew Gillespie

0414 680 512

E andrew.gillespie@harcourts.com.au

www.mornington.harcourts.com.au

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An Exceptional Opportunity

Magnificently situated in a premier location with bay views & only a short stroll to the beach, this spectacular residence showcases a superlative level of finish throughout. Immaculately presented, this high quality home comprises 3 large bedrooms (master with FES & WIR), two separate living areas plus sun drenched outdoor entertaining area. An entertainers kitchen has s/steel appliances including dishwasher & stone bench tops. Gas ducted heating, remote controlled gas fireplace & split system air-con are other features. Also including wind-activated retractable sun awning, private rear garden with timber deck, water tank & a huge double garage with internal access.

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$500,000-$550,000 www.harcourts.com.au/24462 Saturday 12.30-1.00pm or by appointment 0414 680 512

Photo ID required to inspect properties

E andrew.gillespie@harcourts.com.au


Harcourts SINCE 1888

Mornington Suite 2 / 1a Main Street 03 5970 8000 www.mornington.harcourts.com.au

FOR SALE

Mount Martha 3 Hove Road

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Luxury living with breathtaking views With a vista to take your breath away, this luxury two-storey residence captures spellbinding views including a beautiful blue horizon and sparkling lights that ring the Port Phillip coastline at night. Standing proudly on a large 1,495sqm (approx) allotment beyond a sweeping driveway, the flawless four-bedroom residence revels in the glory of its magnificent vista offering views from both upper & lower level living areas & a balcony where the world seems like your oyster. A solar-heated inground pool provides a touch of resort-style luxury in summer with plenty of space for poolside entertaining, while inside is full of quality finishes & fabulous design. Features include: master suite that opens to the pool, a superbly spacious kitchen with granite bench-tops & glass splashbacks, master ensuite, 2 living areas, a study or guest room, remote double garage as well as a double carport, workshop & a boat/van port at the rear. Price Open

$1,050,000-$1,100,000 Saturday 1.30-2.00pm or by appointment

Malcolm Parkinson 0421 704 246 E malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

Mount Eliza 66 Two Bays Road

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Mornington 88 Summerfield Drive

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‘Gunyah’ – As far as the eye can see

Prestigious Summerfields Location

Magnificent, striking and distinctly modernist, this landmark architect-designed luxury home perched high in hillside Mt Eliza captures a dazzling 180º degree vista panning across the Moorooduc Plains to the hinterland and the majestic summit of Arthurs Seat. Designed over multiple levels with two interconnecting wings and a stunning central fernery courtyard with cascading waterfall, the four-bedroom home enjoys a strong connection with its natural setting on 2,644sqm (approx), while towering windows engage the magical view at every turn. Features formal lounge/dining, family room, open plan kitchen/meals, ducted heating/vacuum, secret cellar and remote-controlled double garage.

Architecturally designed with the family in mind, it provides for zoned living and sleeping spaces, ample storage, ducted heating, reverse cycle cooling, stone benchtops throughout, air conditioned external artists’ studio, plus a large outdoor covered entertainment space complete with a built in open fire! No expense has been spared in this home, from the entrance to the rear professionally landscaped gardens, you will appreciate the care and attention to detail in the planning and landscaping, plus the current owners’ pride in ensuring the home is maintained at its peak.

Price View

View Open

$900,000-$950,000 www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24522

Malcolm Parkinson 0421 704 246 E malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

www.mornington.harcourts.com.au

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Janet McNeill 0419 503 327

E janet.mcneill@harcourts.com.au

Photo ID required to inspect properties

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SOLAR EFFICIENT

BITTERN 86 Dunlop Road

BARGAIN BASEMENT

HASTINGS 12 Otway Court

ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES!

GREAT STARTING POINT

Saturated in northerly light and architecturally designed to maximise space and storage, this impressive two storey residence with a combination of period style and modern living has everything you require in a family home. Step out into the great outdoors with single room bungalow,

Well maintained three bedroom home located in a quiet court. Featuring galley style kitchen with new gas stove and separate lounge with gas heating and ceiling fan, plus heat exchange fitted to home. Other notable features include security alarm system, outdoor entertaining area and two garden sheds. Walking distance to local schools, shops and public transport.

large outdoor entertaining area, 30 solar panels and 30x25m workshop. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Contact Exclusive Agent.

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Set behind a high front fence this weatherboard home provides plenty of privacy. An expansive living room with split-system air-conditioning overlooking manicured gardens flows through to a bright open plan kitchen and meals area. The large private rear yard has side access

Nestled on 1/4 acre (approx.) in the best location in Bittern, this brick-veneer home has got the lot. Boasting 4 bedrooms,

PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: Saturday 12:30-1:00pm AGENT: Ken Brown 0402 868 368

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semi-renovated bathroom and a study. Established gardens flourish on this wellmaintained block with large lock-up shed, carport and covered outdoor entertaining. Contact Exclusive Agent.

NEW LISTING

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BITTERN 26 The Bittern Boulevard

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BEST VALUE!

PRICE $390,000 Offers Over VIEW Saturday 2:30-3:00pm AGENT Ken Brown 0402 868 368

CRIB POINT 26 Pearce Street

FOR THE FAMILY

HEAVILY REDUCED

This immaculately presented four bedroom home surrounded by established gardens is located in the very desirable Bittern Fields Estate. Upon entering you will be

Step inside this home and you will notice the clever floor plan offering dual living on 1/4 acre allotment. With 2 bedrooms at the front of the home,

captivated by the spaciousness of the home. Featuring kitchen with ample overhead cupboards and large island bench for entertaining. A sliding door from the family room leads to an under roofline alfresco which looks out to the lovely manicured

featuring their own living & bathroom, then you have a separate zoned bedroom, bathroom & living/sitting area which would be ideal for a teenager or someone caring for a family member. The garage is truly massive, it also has a workshop & storage.

gardens. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE $489,000 VIEW Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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BITTERN 15 Flinders Street

SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE!

through a single carport and features a 5 x 8m garage. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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BITTERN 24A Flinders Street

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A MUST SEE

PRICE: $349,000 Negotiable VIEW: Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

BITTERN 263 Disney Street

A CERTAIN PLEASER

ORGANIC LIVING AT ITS BEST!

This home is still under builders warranty and is set on a 1/4 acre lot. Be delighted by the secure front garden and the deck platform leading to the formal entry. Special features are hardwood blackbutt timber floors in all living areas, a captivating kitchen with granite benchtops and Blanco appliances, bathroom with spa, and master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe. Contact Exclusive Agent

Ideal 4 bedroom family home set on 2.5 acres (approx.) This residence intergrates organic living with an abundance of fruit trees, scattered vegetable beds and 12,000 gallon water tanks with brand new pump, plus bore water. Styled over two levels with many outstanding features. Enjoy the great outdoors with plenty of storage sheds,

PRICE $400,000 Offers Over VIEW Saturday 2:30-3:00pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE $650,000 Offers Over VIEW Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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double carport and paved outdoor area. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY ON SITE

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SOMERS 43 KENNEDY ROAD

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WITHIN A SHORT STROLL TO BEACH

WATERSIDE LOCATION

If you are looking for an entry level home or an affordable beach property in highly sought after Somers, don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Located just a short stroll to the beach, opposite the park, this brick veneer home on 1187m2 consists of three generous size bedrooms and lounge room looking out to beautiful valley and rural views. Further features include 1.5kw solar system, 2 x r/cycle air-conditioning units and a combined carport and workshop with concrete floor. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Lovely weatherboard home offering two living areas and three bedrooms, master with floor to ceiling built in robes. High ceilings throughout create a sense of space, while also keeping the home cooler in the summer months. Further features included GDH and a convertor cooler. Outside boasts sealed driveway leading to double garage with remote control, private rear yard with decked outdoor entertaining area and low maintenance garden. This home is zoned residential and has the potential to be a unit site (S.T.C.A.) Currently leased this property is an ideal investment home to add to or begin your portfolio. Contact Exclusive Agent.

AUCTION This Saturday at 2:00pm

TERMS: 10% Deposit on signing Settlement 90/120 days

VIEW: Saturday 1:30-2:00pm

AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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VIEW: By Appointment

AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

RURAL SUB-DIVISION

Boundaries are approximates only

HASTINGS FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS THIS FRIDAY 16TH OF MAY 2014. Elevated parcel of approx. 18.5 hectares (47.5 acres) with sea glimpses from some potential building sites capable of further sub-division (S.T.C.A.). Situated on the first ridge inland from Hastings, this property has two potential access points and is almost completely cleared. Mains water is available and there are appropriate easements for outfall drainage. This property is ripe for immediate development. TERMS: * $2000 payable upon submission. * Balance of 10% deposit within 7 days of acceptance. * Settlement 120 days. Vacant Possession. * No GST on sale.

PRICE

Expression Of Interest

VIEW:

By Appointment

AGENT:

Chris Watt 0417 588 321

Contact Exclusive Agent Chris Watt for information package and to arrange inspection.

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For Sale

301-303 Main Street, Mornington

Redevelopement Opportunity For Sale • Commercial 1 Zone • High exposure corner site • 2 titles to be sold as a whole • Total land size: 1334m² (approx) • All properties currently leased on a short term basis • Scope for single or multiple use (STCA) For Sale: $2,200,000

Contact: David Toms 0418 995 366 For Lease

230 Main Street, Mornington

Main Street Value that’s ‘Plane’ to See! For Lease Take the next step in business with these prime, yet affordable, Main Street office or retail spaces in a recently refurbished building offering exposure, character and high foot traffic volumes. Set beside one of Main Street’s shady Plane trees with a split level design to maximise exposure, the three 70 or 75sqm retail shops or generous office spaces, are available immediately with attractive rents. For Lease: $1,900 or $2,050pcm plus GST & Outgoings.

Contact: David Toms 0418 995 366

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For Sale

Yummo Ice Cream

Expressions of Interest

3a Bay Road, Mount Martha

BU FO SIN R S ES AL S E

Yummo Ice Cream Main Street, Mornington • • • • •

Established business showing great profits Opens 7 days pw / flexible trading hours Great location next to children’s playground New 3 + 3 year lease signed April 2014 Successful independent business with No franchise fees • Don’t wait! This business ticks all the boxes

For Sale $295,000 + SAV Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

For Lease

3/15 Bay Road, Mount Martha

Mount Martha Office For Lease

Mount Martha Freehold For Sale

• • • • • •

• 76m² approx of prime retail space • Exceptional freehold opportunity • Located in the Mt Martha shopping strip • Rent $34,800 per annum • This is an investors dream!

60m² approx Located behind the village Two consulting rooms plus reception Kitchenette & toilet facilities Plenty of car parking Suit natural therapies, consulting or office

For Sale by Expressions of Interest, closing 5pm, Tuesday 20th May 2014

For Sale $1,631.08 pcm + GST + OGS Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

14 Guelph Street, Somerville

For Sale

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

3/17 Diane Street, Mornington

For Sale Or Lease

Somerville Factory with Huge Yard

Mornington Factory For Sale or Lease

•300m² approx warehouse space •1460m² fully fenced yard • Rear roller door access • Very tidy investment opportunity • Vacant Possession

• 150m² approx ground floor • Large workshop and office on mezzanine • Roller door with easy access • Vacant Possession Available

For Sale: $289,000 For Lease: $1,350 pcm + GST+ OGS

For Sale: $465,000 Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

6/1 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington

For Lease

2/1 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington

For Lease

Tyabb Road Showroom For Lease

Impressive Office Space For Lease

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• • • • •

Showroom / Retail / Office 275m² approx Ample car parking Great exposure

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

280m² approx Plenty of windows and natural light Impressive entrance reception & fit-out Available 1st July 2014 Great exposure on the corner of Nepean Highway

For Lease $5,600 pcm + GST + OGS

For Lease: $4,250 pcm + GST + OGS Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wear

All natural

THIS well-known childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s boutique enjoys a good location in a busy shopping centre - which is being refurbished - and has been operating since 1974. The business caters to children aged 0 to 14, specialising in clothing, shoes and accessories. Included in the sale is the company website, with training and assistance offered for new owners if required.

ONE of eight franchise shops, this all natural yoghurt and salad bar operates as a kiosk in the Westfield Shopping Centre at Fountain Gate, Narre Warren. The menu includes items such as natural yoghurt, real fruit smoothies, gourmet salads, fresh juice, gelato and coffee. Trading hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 9am until 5pm and Thursday and Friday 9am until 9pm.

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wear boutique, MOUNT ELIZA Price: $137,000 + sav Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Yoghurt & salad bar, FOUNTAIN GATE Price: $100,000 all offers considered Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists www.latessabusiness.com.au

50 Playne Street Frankston

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 GLOBAL MARKETING HOME BASED

CAFE SANDRINGHAM

EXERCISE STUDIO

TAKEAWAY KARINGAL

CAFE

HAIR & BEAUTY

FRANKSTON SOUTH Est 10 years, has seating for 30 Vendor willing to stay on for extended SHULRGRQFHVROGZRQGHUIXOÂżUVW in & 35 outside. Exterior of large business or investment with steady shopping centre, well presented. income stream. 6 chairs, 2 basins, nail Keen vendor ready to move on, & beauty sublet opportunities exist. ROSEBUD

Specialising in results-based solutions for small-medium enterprises. Own territory, 10yr licence with 10yr option, no ongoing fees, unlimited earning potential. Quality support through State Licensor.

Bright cafĂŠ on main street, easy to run with 2 staff. Seats 16 in & 8 outside. New lease available. Opens Tues to Sun.

MORNINGTON Suit personal trainer, 80 clients on database, no contracts, mainly cash. Opens 5 ½ days, new lease offered. Small change area, ample parking, 10 sessions $150.

Exceptionally clean with good equipment, great menu choices. 7 days from 11am in shopping village, close to supermarket.

$40,000 - $100,000 + GST

$45,000 walk-in-walk out

$49,000

$65,000 + sav

$70,000 walk-in-walk out

$85,000 + sav, negotiable

CLOTHING BOUTIQUE

BEAUTY SALON

COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERY

DVD & GAMES HIRE

LICENSED CAFE

FOOD MANUFACTURING

MORNINGTON Perfectly located in Main Stâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cafĂŠ strip. Fully renovated, CCTV, 4 change rooms, kitchen. Exclusive stock includes fashion, footwear, accessories & formal wear. 7 days 11am-5pm.

MORNINGTON

CHELTENHAM

HASTINGS

Full computer system with approx. 11,000 DVDs plus games & bluray. Network buying group, no competition in the area, quality service focused business.

Established 25 years, right on the marina with beautiful outlook. Seats 45 in & 40 outside, option to open at nights. Currently 6 days winter, 7 in summer. Good equipment.

ROSEBUD WEST Fully equipped for immediate start for new owner, secure long lease. Wholesale fudge, glazed nuts, sell to retailers, at markets and direct factory sales. New machines & equipment, strengthening sales.

$115,000 + sav

$130,000 + sav

$140,000 + sav

lease offered.

CARRUM DOWNS Manufacture & custom design of upholstered commercial furniture. Regular clients, long standing business with website. Large factory in good location, all assistance offered, vehicle included.

$90,000 + sav

$92,500 + sav

$109,500 + sav

COFFEE SHOP

LADIES WEAR

NEW - GEELONG Located in large commercial/ Uni sector opposite pier on the waterway. Excellent near new equipment, seats 30 in & 28 out, storage downstairs. Entire frontage opens to beautiful vista.

SORRENTO Well stocked shop in great location, high stock turnover, long lease in place. Vendor must sell and offers full assistance with changeover. Quality labels catering for over 35s. Staff room & 3 rear car parks.

$155,000 + sav

NOW $170,000 + sav

Licensed distributor of franchise products, est 25 years. Premises have 5 treatment rooms, good equipment, loyal customers. New

wants quick sale.

FENCING & TIMBER SUPPLIES

HAIR SALON

MORNINGTON Main Street location, Est 25 years. All clothing labels exclusive to this shop in the area, fashion parades, client nights. Vendor willing to stay on and manage if required. New security system, fully computerised.

CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES

8 cutting stations & 3 basins. A wonderful salon in main street position on the Peninsula. Rear carpark. Very well established, huge money spinner! Keen vendor, good staff, fully managed..

HALLAM Timber fencing, paling, screening, retaining walls etc. Ave 1014 jobs a week, regular council work, RE agents, builders & domestic clients. Vehicles inc, full training & handover period. Est 30+ years. Premises have small outside storage area & 3 RIÂżFHV)RUNOLIW WUXFNVLQFOXGHG

$189,000 + sav

$200,000 + sav

$235,000 + sav

PET SHOP

MORNINGTON Long lease, has aquariums, birds, Jetmaster â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Heat N Glo dealership. One man operation with sub-con- reptiles and offers dog grooming, pet food & accessories. Modern premises tracted installers or do the lot on main road. Become actively \RXUVHOIIRUH[WUDSURÂżWV([FHOOHQW LQYROYHGDQGHQKDQFHSURÂżWV location with allocated parking. Website ready for online trading.

STEEL FABRICATION

CAR DETAILING

WARRAGUL

Monday to Friday 7am until 6pm, licensed for 25 children per day, 10 under 3 ( 3 staff) and 15 over 3 (1 staff). Established 30 years in dense residential area.

Fully managed business in best area, always busy, especially greeting cards, one of John Sands top performers. Over 9 years on lease, established 25 years, opens 5 ½ days.

$185,000 + sav

PACKAGING & FREIGHT

LICENSED CAFE/RESTAURANT

DANDENONG Established 8 years, sales award winner in leading franchising network. Solid business, no competition in area, well presented premises with good lease. Deals with residential and business customers.

Opposite foreshore camping ground, corner position on highway. Seats 35+, great atmosphere, good food, excellent coffee, very busy with brekky trade. Dual shop. 7 days 7am-4pm.

ROSEBUD WEST

$225,000 + sav

$250,000 + sav

LICENSED RESTAURANT

LICENSED RESTAURANT/CAFE

SEAFORD

MORNINGTON PENINSULA

BERWICK

All services, same day, trade DQGĂ&#x20AC;HHWZRUNLQFPRELOHZLWKLQ 20kms. Two wash bays, triple interceptor. Established 1993, reception area, waiting lounge, opens 5 ½ days.

MORNINGTON PENINSULA

CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES

Established 15 years.

Biggest on the Peninsula, trading name in excess of 30 years service. Selling plant , equipment and name. Buyer will assume goodwill of customers. T/O has been in excess of $4M.

6 days from 5pm, Italian pizza, seafood etc. Seats 60 in / 40 out, online order/delivery system. Turnover skyrockets in summer. Baby needs the attention now, vendor must sell.

SW of Melbourne CBD, ultra modern, new equipment. 15-20 kgs coffee & full menu, fully licensed but not currently utilizing it so huge potential to reintroduce liquor.

$390,000 + sav

$390,000 + sav PRINTING & MAIL SERVICE

$299,000 + sav

$320,000 + stock

BARGAIN - $350,000 + GST

$350,000

FREEHOLD

PIZZA BAR

MARINE SERVICES

MANUFACTURING

BUSINESS & FREEHOLD ALUMINIUM FABRICATION & GLAZING

DANDENONG

NEW - PATTERSON LAKES

Cabinet making & shop ÂżWWLQJZRUNVKRSZLWKRIÂżFHDQG showroom. 320 sq m. Major road location. Business also available @ $176,000 + sav.

Indoor/outdoor seating, upmarket state of the art equipment, huge set up costs. One of 150 franchises nationwide. Large work area, set systems in place, Established 2011.

NEW - SORRENTO Haulage, mooring and boat repairs, sale of marine paints, aluminium welding, jetty building, boat detailing. Est 45 years. Price includes 7 vessels and a truck. Sub-contracted staff.

CHELSEA HEIGHTS Range of kitchen cabinets to commercial (builders etc) and private clients. Total package is full design service, removal of old cabinets, supply of new cabinets/bench tops, installation. High exposure premises.

$420,000 + GST

$575,000 + sav

$875,000 + sav

$900,000 + sav

Complete service to meet all commercial and/or architectural requirements. Largest regional distributor for SCHOTT. Two locations, established 25 years, vendor retiring.

BUSINESS $1.2 million + sav FREEHOLD $1.2 million + gst

Tony Latessa CEA (REIV), AREI, ABB, MAICD REIV BUSINESS AGENT VICTORIA Mobile: 0412 525 151 33 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability Business Migrants Expert Advisory Service Page 28

CARDS,GIFTS, TOBACCO

CONFIDENTIAL

BUSINESS $175,000 FREEHOLD $415,000 + GST

LADIES WEAR BOUTIQUE

IDEAL FOR TRADIES

CHILDCARE CENTRE

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NEW - MOORABBIN

High quality personalized digital printing plus bulk mail distribution, folding & plastic wrapping, envelope printing & supply, database/postage management. Purpose built plant, website.

BUSINESS $2.2 million + sav FREEHOLD $900,000 + gst


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Gym open all hours Fernwood Mornington is now Open 24/7! Members can now enjoy having the flexibility to visit the club to workout whenever it suits their busy lifestyle, with the same service and clean facilities. Fernwood team members are on site in extended hours to keep members motivated and extended Personal Training times are now on offer. Fernwood has installed a state-of-the-art security system to ensure safety at all times with 24-hour monitoring and easy access to the premises using keytags. New equipment has been introduced for a Functional Fit training program offered to members. Functional Fit classes run in a small group for 30 minutes. Training is at a moderate to high intensity designed specifically for women

with sessions held at various times during the day with fully qualified Personal Trainers. This is a great fun way to train in a group. Fernwood offers registered crèche facility from 9am-12pm, complimentary breakfast, clean facilities, fitness programs tailored to your needs with friendly staff. Yoga has been added to a variety of fitness classes and a relaxation/meditation class begins this month. Don’t miss out on a on-day only sale on Thursday 22 May featuring no payment up front and 10% off memberships. Fernwood Mornington Shop A3/1128 Nepean Hwy, Mornington www.fernwoodfitness.com.au Call 5973 5188

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QREHABILITATION HOSPITAL

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Our Cardiac Rehabilitation team includes a Rehabilitation Physician, and support they need to regain maximum independence Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurses, Cardiac Physiotherapists, Dietitian, and quality of life following surgery, an accident or a major Occupational Therapists, Pharmacist, illness. Inpatient and outpatient carePsychologist, is available. Speech Therapists and Pastoral Care Practitioner. Our tailored rehabilitation services include:

Together Stroke they will customise your individual Cardiac program and provide one-on-one therapy sessions during an inpatient stay. We also have Neurological Reconditioning our outpatient program which follows the National Heart Foundation Multiple trauma Pulmonary guidelines to lead to a healthier, happier you. Orthopaedic

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MASSEY FERGUSON, 35, tractor, 3 cylinder Perkins Diesel, runs well, GC. $4,950. 0418 317 374 MATTRESS, and base ensemble, QS, GC and quality. $100. 9774 3233. Can arrange delivery. MATTRESS and base ensemble, double, as new, plus electric blanket, plus mattress protector. $200. 5976 2103. SOFA BED, 2.5 seater, black floral design, VGC. $460. 9706 1123.

GOLF SET, mens RH, Trident, as new, includes buggy, bag with lots of pockets, number 1, 3 and 5 woods with covers, plus 11 irons and few extras, plus mens size 9 golf shoes (worn twice). $250 the lot. 9781 1173.

SOFA BED, contemporary futon in soft, red faux leather upholstery with chrome finishings, measures 77"L x 32"H x 32.5"W (sofa) and 77"L x 14.5H x 43"W (bed), comes with 2 matching pillows and adjustable headrest. Hardly used, excellent condition. Sale due to relocation to WA. $350ono. 0416 844 609. Botanic Ridge.

HOME GYM, electric treadmill, rowing machine, bike, 2x ab machines, punch bag and speed ball. $450ono. 5942 5420.

SPRAY BOOTH, dismantled, 7 metres length x 4 metres width x 3 metres height. $1,200. Phone 0459 411 565.

JUICE EXTRACTOR, Cuisinart, diecast and stainless steel, brand new, boxed, RRP $349, sell $150. 5979 2658.

VENETIAN BLINDS, 2 x 1805 x 1850, 2 x 900 x 1850, cream wood, all fittings. $280. 0418 317 374

GOLF CLUBS, ladies', RH, plus bag, suit beginner or junior. $100. 5976 2103.

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JUMPING CASTLE, 12'x12', colourful, 'Super Bounce', Australian made, with extras, VGC. $2,600. 0409 198 675.

WRITING DESK, Bureau Secretary, English Oak, fall front, lead light, EC, 150cm x 106cm x 36cm, $1,500, McCrae. 5986 4769.

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CHESTNUT GELDING, Stock horse, 9yo, 15H, would suit camp drafting, easy to shoe and float, suits rider with some experience. $4,500ono. Phone 0407 021 350. THOROUGHBRED black, 15H, 8yo, mouth, good nature, ing. $4,500. Phone 350.

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Music /Instruments

GUITAR AMP, Marshall, Valvestate 2000, AVT, 50W, with foot switch, dual channels, EC, $450. 0409 245 037.

PIANO, Baby grand piano, Samick, digital, 88 keyboard, plays as natural piano or with all effects. Matching stool and manual. $3,000, Mt Martha. 0414 627 521.

Domestic

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LOUNGE SUITE, one x 3 seater, one x 1.5 seater, EC, Warwick fabric, colour - driftwood, $200. 9702 2424.

Horses

APPALOOSA GELDING, 15.1H, 9yo, suits bush rider. $4,800. Phone 0407 021 350.

MARKET TRAILER, poptop, 10'x8', benches, walk-through floor, electric brakes, gas/electricity, lots more, great market stall, VGC. $13,500. 0409 198 675.

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PIANO, upright as new, about 15 years old. Paid $5,000 6 years ago. Sell inc lovely stool. $2,250. 0428 900 710.

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BILLIARD TABLE, 8x4, 1 inch slate, table top and all accessories. Paid $3,200, sell $950. 9707 2391.

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Boats & Marine

BOAT, Savage bay cruiser, 4.35m, first registered January 2013, 40hp Mercury 4 stroke, 24 hours, many extras, as new. $17,700. 0407 887 217.

QUINTREX BOAT, 14.2 metres, as new, Seatrail trailer, as new, Suzuki 15hp motor, newly installed, folding seats and bimini. Extras include fish sounder and 5 life jackets. $3,500. 0410 646 550. SAVAGE, 4.2m, 50HP motor, reg for 12 months, new battery, new electric winch $3,200neg. 5996 2470.

SWIFT CRAFT A 5.0 meter f /glass opec boat & trailer. 50 HP Mercury motor, fish finder, Garmin GPS map, spare fuel tank, life jackets & overall weather proof clip down cover. $3,500. Ph Bill on 0418 585 330.

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Caravans & Trailers

AVAN, Erin, 16', poptop, 2001, front kitchen, microwave, water filter, adjustable table, L shaped dinette with lounge opposite, 3 way fridge, carpet tiles on floor, island bed, separate battery back up, roll out awning, w/ends and side wall, floor matting, includes Hayman Reece heavy duty tow kit with load levellers, pegs, ropes, power lead, TV aerial, water and sludge hoses and storage cover. Reluctant sale, EC, $18,500. 0418 102 153.

BOAT TRAILER, fold up, collapsible boat trailer, tubular steel, 12 months reg, suits up to 3.6 metre aluminium Tinny. Road worthy condition, V98-099. $420. Call 0413 805 647. BOX TANDEM, trailer, blue, 8ft x 5ft, 1ft 7inch high, 2002, GVN2000kg, tare 650, light truck tyres. $4,000. Call Jeff 0488 086 300.

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CAMPER TRAILER, Camel, 2013, off road, walk in QS bed, stainless steel kitchen, 2x4.5 gas bottles, 75 litre water tank, gazebo, electric brakes. Almost brand new. $16,000. 0407 859 685. Calls only after 7pm.

CARAVAN, low tow Commodore Deluxe, 1993, tare 1350, 5.18m, toilet, shower, hand basin, dbl bed and fold down kitchen to dbl bed, AC as new, hot water service as new, pinch pleated curtains rubber backed, tandem wheels, plenty of storage space, 3-way fridge, like a home inside, many extras. $16,000. 0448 768 140. COMPASS, poptop caravan, 2005, 15'6'', one owner, front kitchen, 3 way refrigerator, microwave, 4 burner cooktop, grill, rangehood, water filter, roll out pantry, island double bed, inner spring mattress, ample storage, roll out awning, shade wall, matting annexe floor, electric brakes, excellent towing. Reluctant sale - $20,000. 0407 444 552.

JAYCO, J series van, 2007, EC, reverse cycle air conditioning, gas hotplate plus grill, microwave, awning, $21,500. 0419 112 062. JAYCO, 16ft, pop top, Starcraft, 2000, roll out awning and other extras, EC. $15,750ono. 5975 6813.

JAYCO, 2012, Sterling, model 21-65-7, 2 door fridge, Ibis AC, washing machine, ensuite, solar panel plus 2 batteries, outside entertainment pack, cafe dinette with tri-fold table, bike rack, pole carrier, fitted with ESC, new condition, suit new buyer. $51,500. 0428 564 662.

JAYCO, Caravan, 1986, model 1665, double bed, with collapsible table to make 2nd double bed, gas oven, new Dometic fridge installed 2009, roll out fitted annexe, installed 2009. $9,000. Phone: 0430 484 592, 9754 2742.

JAYCO, Destiny, 2007, poptop, 17'6'', dual axle, island bed, front kitchen, AC, roll out awning, electric water pump, TV, microwave, battery pack, urgent sale, must sell, $25,500 ono, Mt Martha. Phone Rod 0419 001 259.

JAYCO, Destiny, poptop, 2007, 14ft, garaged as new, two single beds, EC, electric brakes, 3 way fridge, griller, 4 way stove top, awning, quick sale, $17,500. Somers 5983 1391. JAYCO, Freedom, 2004, poptop, two single beds, inner spring mattresses, hotplates, grill, oven, microwave, AC, awning, 3 way fridge, annexe, EC, $19,000. 5977 5659. JAYCO, freedom, pop top, 2000, EC, new 3 way fridge, single beds, awning, reg, serviced, tow kit available, ideal first van, easy to tow. $13,000. Endeavour Hills. 9700 7340. JAYCO, Hawk, 2002, 7 berth camper trailer, end beds, 1 QS, 1 dbl, 4 burner stove and grill, 3 way fridge, drop down table, deluxe bed, end flys, fully framed canvas annexe, zip on walls and extended front awning, electric brakes, VGC, reg until 12/14. $16,000ono. 0418 396 641.

JAYCO, off-road Penguin camper, 2012, EC, bag awning, annexe, oven, cook top, grill, electronic roof lift, inner spring mattress. $22,500. 0416 180 532. JAYCO, pop top 17ft 2004, 3 way fridge, 4 burner stove, 2 single beds, microwave, AC, heater, tinted windows, genuine reason for selling, excellent condition. $18,000neg. 0419 530 891, 5997 5376.

JAYCO, Star Craft, 15' pop-top, single beds, roll out awning with shades, 3 way fridge, microwave, TV, GC, Langwarrin. $11,500. 9789 6915, 0429 802 593.

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JAYCO, Sterling, 2010, 18' 6" tandem poptop, double island bed, toilet/shower, full gas stove/oven/grill, microwave, TV, 3 way fridge, lots of storage, AC /heating, full awning with shade curtain and ground cover, service history, electric brakes, EC. $37,000. Phone: 0407 425 411.

JAYCO, Sterling, 2011, 22ft, awning with annexe, large fridge /freezer, washing machine, full ensuite, TV, DVD player, AC, heating, electric brakes, in new condition, stored in garage. $43,000. For more photos call 9707 5012 or 0418 549 309.

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Caravans & Trailers

JURGENS, Lunagazer, 2012, 20ft, J2406, as new, under warranty, single beds, tare 1,750kgs, full ensuite, rod holder, tows nice, extras. $45,000. 5971 0131, 0400 196 196.

MERCEDES BENZ, Sprinter, 2005, new fit-out, turbo diesel, double bed, LED TV, DVD, 90L 3 way-fridge, microwave, roll out awning, gas hotplate, plenty of cupboard storage, shower and toilet, gas hot water service, 260L fresh water, RWC, reg BOSNA. $54,000ono. 0418 319 877. Nar Nar Goon.

PLAYMOR, caravan, Drifter, 2009, EC, comfortable living, recliner chairs, QB, 2 digital TV's, washing machine, slide out AC, awning plus shades, shower, toilet, hot water, frisge, freezer. $79,500. 0422 041 941. REGENT Pop top, 18ft, 2008, auto roof lift, TV, microwave, AC, gas and electric stove. Many other extras, tandem axle, roll out awning. $24,500. 9702 3587.

RIDE ON MOWER, John Deere, 23 HP, Z425, zero turn, 48' mowing deck, with 43 hours. $5,000. Call Jeff 0488 086 300.

ROADSTAR VOYAGER 1993, 16'6"x7'6", 2 single beds, centre kitchen, 4 burner cooktop, grill and oven, rangehood, 3 way fridge, roll out awning, front boot, full security door, VGC, Reg 06/14. $12,000. 0429 109 834. ROYAL FLAIR, caravan, full ensuite, new buyer, AC, washing machine, 22ft, kept under cover, built in BBQ, as new. $46,000ono. 5941 2856.

CITROEN, 2005, auto, 1.4C3, 70,000kms, RWC, reg until 08 /14, UWG-710. $7,000. 0433 175 066. EUREKA, at 65% complete, has Simmonds wheels, 1835 VW engine and gear box, perfect project car. Engine n.o: 043101101A. $5,900ono. 0407 045 410. FORD, Falcon, BA, XR6, turbo, auto, 2003, leather trim, 18" alloys, 97,000kms, RWC, reg until 02/15, SRA-971, EC, service books. $12,500. 0407 324 695.

HOLDEN, Berlina, VZ 2006, black, auto, 4 speed, sedan, 167,237 kms, PDW 18 inch rims, CC, 6 cyl, 3.6L petrol, rear park assist, airbags, towbar, electric and tinted windows, sound system with Panasonic touch screen head unit, 2 x 12 inch kicker subs, amp, 6 x speakers, iPod connectivity, interior EC, black/grey. The vehicle is in EC and has been serviced regularly. New number plates will be supplied as personalised plates 'RHYZ' will not be transferred on sale. RWC will be supplied. $9,800 or best offer. Enquiries: 0418 274 312.

HOLDEN, 1963, Premier Collector Aussie Car, auto, original condition, motor/body A1, ready to cruise, reg, 04228-H. $17,900. 0426 873 347.

TOYOTA, Landcruiser, GXL 4.5, gas and petrol, UMY-942, $7,700ono. 0409 219 017. WINDSOR, 20ft, Statesman Royal excellent condition, rear ensuite, front kitchen, roll out awning, reverse cycle underfloor, AC, oven, microwave, Wheelers hill. 0412 170 656.

MILLARD, 2001, special edition, full annexe, many extras, 16ft, as new, VGC. Pakenham. $21,000. 0408 331 347. ONSITE CARAVAN, with permanent annexe, at Shallow Inlet, sleeps up to eight, two sets of bunks, QS bed and sofa bed, couch, TV, microwave, fridge, oven, garden shed, walking distance to beach, playground for kids, everything you need for a great family holiday. $8,500ono. 0418 139 946.

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HOLDEN, Statesman 2007, 6 cylinder, grey leather interior, cruise control, 5 speed auto, sandstorm colour, reg until 07 /14 154,000kms, URZ-024. $16,000. 0408 315 761.

RELOCATABLE HOME, 2 dbl beds, furnished, no pets, ensuite, toilet, shower, Rosebud. $32,000ono. 0400 817 522. JAYCO EAGLE, 2009, 3-way fridge. Bagged awning, bed flys. Full custom made annexe. VGC. Excellent for family camping. $18,500. Call 0407 709 443

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HONDA, Civic GL 1991, 230kms mechanically sound, reliable, faded paintwork, reg until 31st April, sold as is, EZE-633. $950ono. 5986 3189.

HONDA, CRV Sports wagon, 2005, reg to 8/14, auto, CC, central locking, PS, AC, electric windows, mirrors and sunroof, immobiliser and alarm, CD/radio, EC, with RWC, TRR-316. $12,900. Phone 0433 904 488. Drouin.

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Motor Vehicles

TOYOTA, Lucida, 1993, auto, turbo diesel, AC, CC, sunroof, alarm, full electrics, 252,800kms, great family car, reg until 03/15. SCU-323. $2,600. 0422 680 138. Keysborough.

TOYOTA, Prado Grande, 3.4, V6, 2001, leather interior, sunroof, full electrics, new tyres, 8 seater, no off road, EC, reg, RWC, 156,300kms, UGS-205. $16,500. 0407 614 456.

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Motorcycles

HONDA, Scooter, Forza 250, 35,713kms, VGC, 12 months reg, RWC, IN-5ZA. $3,750ono. 0402 457 516. YAMAHA, WRF 250, 2004, VGC, 6000kms, FMF pipe, all lights working, for reg. $3,500. 0402 819 053.

HONDA CR-V, Sport, 2000, Sebring Silver, 5 Spd Manual. Drive 4x4 on demand. 197,842 kms, sun roof, RWC. Reg JE2-367. $5,800.00. Mount Martha, Greg on 0418 340 427 MAZDA, RX8, as new condition, 53,000kms, SRG0, $26,000, at Rye, 0409 564 366.

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HOLDEN, Rodeo Ute, 2001, auto, LT, twin cab with canopy, LP gas, new tyres, reg September 2014, QRQ-566 RWC. $6,800ono. 0405 505 858.

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From boysenberry to men By Stuart McCullough FROM a young age, I wanted to be older. I expressed this deep-held desire in a range of ways, including a brief period during primary school in which I dressed like a Cockney shoeshine, complete with flat-cap. I was, of course, a complete fraud. I may have looked like I could give your shoes a spit and polish at a moment’s notice but, in truth, I rarely cleaned my own shoes much less someone else’s. Besides, it’s hard to polish gumboots to a satisfactory standard. But I didn’t only dress as though I was much older; I frequently tried to eat beyond my years also. I have been making up for it ever since. I am a hopeless sweet tooth. In fact, despite not being entirely straight and suffering a variety of flaws too numerous to mention, my teeth are possibly the sweetest thing about me. Not that it’s my fault. I come from a family of committed sweet teeth. Even my father, whose original teeth were replaced sometime back in the 1950s, still has a sweet tooth. It’s something that stays with you for life. People commonly toss around the term ‘chocoholic’ lightly, as though it was some kind of joke but, frankly, those people have no idea what it is to be hopelessly enslaved to the brown stuff. Were I ever to win a Golden Ticket, I would have to be restrained. Like Anthony Hopkins in Silence of the Lambs, I would be bound in a straitjacket with a metal grill over my mouth and wheeled across the thresh-

old by Willy Wonka himself. Sadly, only that kind of brutal security would be enough to prevent me from going absolutely berserk from the first moment I set foot in the Chocolate Room. Left to my own devices, I would surely make Augustus Gloop look like the very height of restraint as I guzzled, gulped and pretty much stuffed my face from a variety of angles until

being tasered by an Oompa Loompa. But despite my fondness for the sweet stuff, when in public I was conscious of displaying restraint. I didn’t want the world at large to know that I had a sweet tooth that had managed to work its way through the rest of my body. When at a restaurant, my natural instinct would be to order chocolate spaghetti and hang the consequences.

As for choosing an ice cream, I would be drawn to the double chocolate fudge-tastic as surely as a mosquito to a blue light zapper. But despite these deep urges, I would resist. Instead, I would consciously select the most grown-up thing on the menu I could think of. For decades, I chose things I wasn’t particularly interested in eating, all for the sake of creating the illusion of being more grown up. Generations of waiters and waitresses must have puzzled at the fact that I always looked slightly disappointed whenever I was served a meal. This was especially true of whenever our family went out and ate pancakes. The restaurant had a kids’ menu full of wonderful pancake options, most of which lavished generous serves of chocolate in one form or another. I, of course, was duty bound to resist. Instead, I trawled through the adult menu looking for something that suggested that I was deeply sophisticated and mature far beyond my tender years. For reasons that are now unclear, I thought that boysenberry sent just the right message. Truth be told, I did not know then what a boysenberry was. It simply sounded exotic. I knew of no one who grew them and imagined that they were from some far-off land. It reminded me of the snozzberries on the lickable wallpaper in Willy Wonka’s foyer. I believed then that the boysenberry and snozzberry could well be related. In truth, a boysenberry is some-

thing of a mutant – a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry. I’d even go so far as to say that the boysenberry is the ‘Liger’ of the berry world (ask Napoleon Dynamite). Ironically, at that time blackberries were my sworn enemy. That’s because they grew in plague proportions down in the back paddock and I spent nearly ninety percent of my time – including when I ought to have been at school – pulling out thorny blackberry bushes with my bare hands. This accounts, I feel, for my present-day aversion to anything resembling manual labour. But I was blissfully unaware that whilst I did battle with blackberries on a daily basis and regarded them as nothing more than a weed, I was ordering its illegitimate offspring on my pancakes in place of my one true love – chocolate. I have long since given up pretending to be sophisticated. Once, I always wore a dinner suit complete with a bow tie to ‘casual clothes’ days. Now I’m unlikely to wear anything without an elasticised waist. Gone, too, is the desire to be older than I am. Time has taken care of that. These days I am just as likely to order boysenberries as I am to dress like a Cockney shoeshine. My abiding affair with chocolate, however, continues unabated. It’s strange to see which things persist into adulthood and which things fall away. Boysenberries may come and go. Chocolate is forever. www.stuartmccullough.com

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Mrs Swords turns 94, Ned Towers dies after “internal trouble” Compiled by Cameron McCullough From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 16 May 1914 Mr S. S. Price, surgeon dentist, will be at Nurse Jackson’s Private Hospital, Frankston on Sunday next (tomorrow.) *** The Book Committee of the Dromana Library have arranged with “Mullens” for a supply of new books monthly. *** Members and intending members of the Frankston Choral Society are invited to the annual meeting on Monday next at the Mechanics’ Hall. A good programme, ping pong tournament, and supper. *** Major and Mrs C. W. Campbell returned to Amesfisld Park last Saturday after an interesting motor tour throughout Australia. We expect in a future issue to chronicle some in interesting particulars of the tour. *** An important unreserved clearing sale will be conducted by Messrs Brody and Mason at Ann Villa, Wells Street, Frankston on Wednesday next, 20th May, when they will offer the superior furniture etc of Mrs A. Harris, who is leaving the district. Full particulars are advertised. *** Woods’ Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1s 6d. *** The well known business of Messrs A. Nunn and Sons, general merchants, of Mornington, has been purchased by Mr Higgs, of Melbourne, who intends carrying on the business under the same lines and with the

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same staff as his predecessors, and the general public can depend upon receiving the same attention and courtesy as hither to. *** At the recent musical examinations for the degree of D.M.S.V., Miss Dorie Overton, pupil of Miss Olive Sherlock D.M.S.V., was successful in obtaining the highest honours out of over 200 competitors. Miss Sherlock is to be congratulated upon her student obtaining such a high degree of proficiency. *** At a meeting of the Board of Management of the Melbourne Ragged Boys’ Home Mission held last week in Melbourne, Mr J. B. Jolly, of Frankston, headed the poll, and was elected to the Council of the institution. We learn that Mr Jolly intends to move that a local committee be appointed to assist in the management of the Seaside Home at Frankston. *** The Dromana Presbyterian Church, which has been closed for a fortnight, has in the meantime been painted inside and out. The old residents will be pleased to hear that the Rev J. Barnaby, (who is a local product, and one of the foremost preachers in Melbourne), will conduct the reopening services at Dromana on Sunday next, morning and evening. A good congregation is expected. *** Mr Fred Taylor, the manager of the Frankston Motor Garage Proprietary Ltd has taken up his duties at the garage at Frankston. Extra cars are being installed by the company at Frankston, whilst a car will also be

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stationed at Mornington and Chelsea respectively, and later on, other towns of the Peninsula will be given cars. To the order of the company, two “Grant” cars are at present in transit to Australia. *** An American saloon worker was trying to persuade an Irishman to vote for the saloon by using the threadbare argument that if you close up the saloon and cut off the revenue, it will be necessary to close the public schools. “And then what will your boy do for an education ?” “I’d rather have my born learn his A B C in heaven than to be able to read Latin in Hell.”

“Ned” Towers, who was a land holder in the Langwarrin district, and highly respected for his sterling worth and unassuming ways, died suddenly in Melbourne lately, having been unsuccessfully operated on for some internal trouble.

*** The second of the series of winter socials in connection with Frankston St. Paul’s Club was held on Wednesday evening in the Mechanics’ Hall. The weather was rather boisterous which, no doubt, accounted for the rather small attendance.

*** “Ned” Towers, who was a land holder in the Langwarrin district, and highly respected for his sterling worth and unassuming ways, died suddenly in Melbourne lately, having been unsuccessfully operated on for some internal trouble. *** Mrs J. W. Swords, of “Victoria Villa” Dandenong, celebrated her 94th birthday lately. Born at Nenagh, Ireland, in 1820, Mrs Swords was married there to her late husband by the Lord Bishop of Killaloe 1840. Soon afterwards the couple sailed for Australia, leaving Liverpool in the sailing ship Theresa, and arrived in Port Phillip after a trying voyage of six months. For several years she resided at Port and pulled the first impression of “The Port and Guardian”, the first newspaper published in Victoria, outside of Melbourne. Her late husband conducted “The Guardian” for some years. Messrs F. W. and H. Swords, of “The Dandenong Advertiser,” are sons. Mrs Swords is naturally becoming feeble, and the annual festival, which in the past was attended by a large gathering of relatives, was this year restricted to a small family reunion. Mrs Swords is a well known resident of the Frankston district, having resided here for a number of years, during which time she took a great deal of interest in school matters. *** A conference of representatives of the Progress Associations of the Peninsula was held at Bittern on Monday evening last. Delegates from the following associations were present:

Westernport, Mornington, Crib Point Bittern, Balnarring and Moorooduc. It was resolved that a federated association be formed, the objects being to support the development of railways, postal and telephone services, roads, water supply, foreshores, ports and harbours, etc. The following resolution was carried unanimously “That the federated progress associations emphatically protests against any departure from Admiral Henderson’s programme as affecting the Flinders naval base, such as the proposed deferring provision for floating dock, and the carrying out of repairs to destroyers at Williamstown, instead of at the base.” *** The football season opened in earnest in the Peninsula on Saturday last, when the weather was all that could be desired. At Somerville last year’s premiers were defeated by the home team after a strenuous match, while Dromana accounted for Frankston at Dromana. Tyabb were at home to Mornington, who defeated them by a substantial majority. Spectators should witness some interesting football before the season closes. *** Shire of Frankston and Hastings - Notice to ratepayers to pay rates. Ratepayers are hereby notified that, in order to be placed on this year’s Voters Roll, all Rates must be paid on or before 10th June. Interest at the rate of 6 percent will be charged on all accounts not paid on that date, and legal proceedings will be taken for their recovery without further notice. Dog fees and Pan fees must also be paid on or before 10th June.


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Doggies are the real deal PENINSULA LEAGUE By Toe Punt Mornington proved it has taken the next step and is a real challenger for the 2014 Peninsula League premiership after smashing reigning premiers Edithvale-Aspendale by more than six goals. Despite trailing by a point at the halfway mark of the clash, the Dogs booted nine goals to three in the second half to record a comfortable 18.13 (121) to 12.13 (85) victory. It was a highly entertaining game. It was free flowing with plenty of skills on display. The Doggies have been suspect when they have been challenged in the past but on Saturday, when the heat needed to be turned up, it was the home side that came to the fore. The introduction of Dale and Danny Nolan into the team, along with man mountain Michael Gay, cannot be underestimated. Dale Nolan has booted 13 goals in his past three matches, including five on the weekend. He has 17 for the season. His brother Danny is controlling the engine room and is damaging when he runs forward also.

Danny Nolan has been in the best players three times in his five matches and has booted goals in all but one match. Anthony Simpson was at his best for the Dogs on the weekend. Chris Paxino wound back the clock with a best on field performance and Chris Baker once again proved how valuable he is to this team. Despite the experience and recruits, the Dogs also had the likes of teenagers Jake Smart and James Fletcher running around. Will Goosey wouldn’t be far away either. There’s a nice blend. With wins against both grand finalists from last year, the Doggies now need to set new goals of finishing in the top three. Simply playing finals is no longer good enough for this team. Bonbeach swung the ledger back into their own favour on Saturday when they held off a fast finishing Langwarrin to win a thriller 12.9 (81) to 11.11 (77). The Sharks have won their past two matches against previously undefeated teams in YCW and now the Kangaroos. They are starting to get all of their stars on the park together and they are beginning to have an impact on the contest.

On Saturday when the game needed to be won, Travis Johnstone stood up, along with Paul Rebeschini and Shane McDonald. Matt Clifford was clearly the best player on the ground while Jackson Casey and Mark Tyrell were also dominant. The Sharks lost Josh Bull early in the game, which meant all of the ruck duties were left up to Dylan Jones. Langwarrin also lost their number one ruckman Matt Naughton for most of the second half as a ruck option. Langwarrin didn’t hit the front at any stage in the match, although they did draw level on several occasions. Bonbeach kicked the first two goals of every quarter, except for the last, which always gave them a buffer. The Kangas would fight their way back but the Sharks had the answers. The home side peppered the goals in the last quarter (1.4 to 0.2) but just couldn’t get over the line. Sean Herdman was very good for the Kangas with three goals while Liam Hogan did lots of work around the ball. Skipper Scott Sienkiewicz was also dominant. The experience of the Sharks, the confidence in their own ability and that

of their teammates and their composure under pressure couldn’t be underestimated. They won the contested footy and their work rate and intensity was high. Langwarrin wanted to play fast flowing footy and Bonbeach wanted it in close. The difference in the end was that Bonbeach controlled the tempo of the game for longer periods. Langwarrin also lacks a big, strong forward. Matty Dimkos is the answer there. Frankston YCW bounced back on Saturday, getting the job done against a winless Seaford, 16.12 (108) to 9.8 (62). The Tigers had lost three games by less than two goals leading up to this clash however, on Saturday, they just couldn’t get close enough to the Stonecats to strike, despite leading at the first change. Jai Coghlan was arguably the best player on the ground while Lachy Wallace was a welcome return. Ben Crowe was outstanding for the Tigers, while Dylan Crump was again in great form. Karingal booted more than one goal for the first time in three matches on Saturday, kicking three against Pines. The Bulls booted three goals in the

opening half and four in the second hour, however, still went down 7.6 (48) to 18.16 (124). Shaun White booted five for Pines in a best on field performance while Luke Houldcroft, Dale Tedge and Jamie Messina with three goals were outstanding. Jack Wheeler also played his best game for the club. George Angelopoulos, Brad Groenendyk and Michael Burke were the best of the Bulls. It took until the last quarter for Mt Eliza to shake-off a persistent Chelsea on Saturday, eventually winning 11.20 (86) to 10.14 (74). Despite having seven more scoring shots, the Mounties needed to boot five goals to three in the final term to get the four points. Tim Strickland booted four goals in a match winning performance for the Redlegs, while Ben Lean and Sam Gill were also dominant. Kristian Harper was named Chelsea’s best in only his second game while Zach Graham was outstanding his first senior game. There’s a lot to like about the way Cheslea are progressing. The Redlegs on the other hand have a lot of work to do.

Magpies keep flying high, remain undefeated NEPEAN LEAGUE By Toe Punt CRIB Point maintained its position as the only undefeated side in the competition with a 23 point victory over Rye in Nepean League football on Saturday. The Pies were jumped in the opening term, trailing by 20 points at the first change, however as they have done so often in the opening five games of the season, they stormed back into the contest to lead at half time. Glenn Boyd is really starting to find his mojo and he finished with four on the weekend for the Pies, while another recruit, Brad Arnold, played his best game for the black and white. Luke Herrington and Jon Flack continue to relish the fact that they are not the only players for the opposition to worry about these days. They were both outstanding, as was Jack Johnson, who booted three goals. A four goal to three third quarter set up the win for the Pies, kicking 16 points clear before recording a 17.12 (114) to 14.7 (91) win. Accuracy in front of goal really did keep Rye in the contest. Aaron Findlay made it eight goals in two matches for the Demons with another four on Saturday, while Matty Siberas, Ben Cain and Jai Lloyd were outstanding. Rosebud is in a spot of bother after losing its fourth match for the season against Red Hill on Saturday. The Buds led at quarter time by 22 points and by 15 points at half time. However, Red Hill’s leg speed was the difference in the second half, booting eight goals to three to win 12.12 (90) to 11.3 (69). Twenty-five scoring shots to 14 for the match and 15 to four in the second half really did highlight the Hillmen’s domination after half time.

Letting it slip: Hastings were defeated by Sorrento after leading at every change. Picture: Andrew Hurst

Jarryd Douglas booted four for the Hillmen while the leg speed of Dylan Neal was a highlight of the match. Peter Dal Lago and Jarred Eames also provided that high level experience when the game needed to be won. Greg Bentley worked tirelessly for the Buds, as did Sam Kremeich in a run with role, while Tom Baker was good up front with three goals. The Hillmen maintained their second position on the ladder with four wins

and one loss. Rosebud has slumped to ninth and is now two games and 30 per cent outside of the top five. The Buds must win all of their next four matches against Tyabb, Devon Meadows, Somerville and Frankston Bombers to have any chance of playing finals football this season. Somerville won its third straight game after a shaky start to the season, leading all afternoon to beat Devon Meadows.

The Eagles should have put the Panthers to the sword in the second quarter, however, kicked 3.7 to 3.2 to let the opposition off the hook. However, the visitors dominated in the third term, booting 4.6 to 2.2 to set-up a match winning 22 point buffer at the final change. The Panthers did come back in the final quarter however Somerville hung-on to win a low scoring contest, 10.18 (78) to 10.9 (69). Josh Collie continued his brilliant form for the Eagles with three goals while Daniel Dickinson, Justin Allsop and Timmy Hirst were integral in the win. James Bow was up to his old tricks with six goals for the Panthers, while Pat Harmes and Daniel Watson were also fine contributors. In better news for the Panthers, Alex Doria, Stef Baumgartner and Brian Wapshot all played well in the reserves, while Beau Miller should be back this week or after the bye. The Panthers have also lured the mercurial Andre Young from Cranbourne, who will be important in the back half of the season. Devon Meadows remains in the top five despite the loss. A last quarter fade-out saw Hastings go down to Sorrento by 17 points at David McFarlane Reserve. The Blues led by eight points at quarter time, two points at the main break and by three points at the final change. However, with the home crowd on their side, the Sharks dominated the final term, booting 4.8 to three goals to win 13.19 (97) to 11.8 (74). Leigh Poholke made it 16 goals in two matches with seven goals on Saturday, while Trevor Mattison and James Hallahan once again set up the win with their run through the middle. Dan Noble plonked himself as a

permanent forward and was rewarded with five goals while Steven Robb finally got his opportunity after dominating in the reserves and was arguably Hastings’ best. Colin McVeigh and Daniel Wishart continued their brilliant starts to the season. The Blues are only a game and three per cent outside of the top five. Dromana continues to sneak under the radar, notching up its fourth win for the season, this time against Frankston Bombers. The Tigers are in third place on the table however, with all the talk surrounding the new kids on the block in Crib Point and Red Hill, as well as the slump of Rosebud, people are not talking about Dromana. On Saturday, the Tigers extended their lead at every change, winning 16.16 (112) to 7.17 (59). Anthony Bruhn finished with seven goals for the Tigers while Daniel Guerts and Jack Fowler played integral roles in the domination. Shaun Brand and Jeremy Waixel were the best of the Bombers, while Sam Drake was back and playing good footy. In the final game, Pearcedale displayed some of its best football for the season, beating Tyabb 26.15 (171) to 14.12 (96). In a free-flowing contest, the Panthers set-up the win with an 11 goal to one second quarter. They booted 12 goals to seven in the second half. Basil Sibosado and Pat Cadd each finished with five goals for the Panthers while Troy Jacobson and Dylan Hoare were dominant. Jake Anderson booted three goals and was Tyabb’s best player, while Shane Waterstone and Justin Volk were among their team’s best yet again. Mornington News 13 May 2014

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Teams announced for U-18’s Interleague INTERLEAGUE By Toe Punt THE Under 18 interleague squads have been announced. Red Hill, Dromana and Pearcedale were not represented in the Nepean League squad. The Nepean Squad is: Rosebud: Jackson McRae, Jacob Hepner, Daniel Wilson, Keegan Downie Sorrento: Ethan King, Shannon Gladman, Danny Stephenson, William Harbinson Devon Meadows: Darcy Atkins, Kyle Salerno, Jake Smith, Jayden Sullivan Crib Point: Jayden Deas, Caleb Gray, Tyler Wilton Rye: Dekodda Thomson-Irwin Somerville: Chris Harris, Corey Dow, Travis Finn, Niall Young Frankston: Tyler Neal, Matt Windsor, Ben Sharman, Lachie Hunter Hastings: Wade Delahaye, Kayne Lewis Tyabb: Nick Taranto The squad has had one training session and three more will follow at Dromana over the next

three Wednesdays. In Peninsula League, the squad will train at Chelsea for the next three Wednesday nights. Pines is the only club that has not been represented. The squad is: Langwarrin: Ryan Napier, Tyson MacDonald, Corey Hanger, Lochie Davies Edi-Asp: Ben O’Brien, Brad Walters, Liam Harris, Sean Fisher Bonbeach: Dylan Edwards, Brandon Sison, Ezekiel Turner, Jake Kmjaic Chelsea: David Mennhenitt, Daniel Aarsmann, Michael Hatzis, Matthew Silva Karingal: Brad Occohpinti, Jake Kelly, Bailey Frey, Travis Puntarioni Mt Eliza: Brodie Shaw, Nathan Ryan, Josh Curren, Anthony Cleary Mornington: Josh Halsall, Brett McCleary, Ryan O’Dell, Luke Stahl Seaford: Harley Cook, Johnathan Haidon, Matthew Pola, Matthew Herbert Frankston YCW: Jack Butland, Jack Greenwood, Brendan March, Sam Pickess, Ben Wagner.

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2006 PATROL ST-S WAGON

24,990

• 6.0 Litre Engine • Auto • 18’Alloys • Bodykit • Ignition In Color. 1AZ-6GW

#

1

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FR CAPPED GENUINE FORD IC PR E G SERVICIN

$

24,990

$ DRIVE AWAY

2012 FG MKII XR6 • Privately Owned • Edge Grey • Low Km’s • 18’Alloys • Bodykit. ZIE-709

#

1

AR YEEE

FR CAPPED GENUINE FORD IC PR E G SERVICIN

$

23,990

00 1,5CA RD

#

$

FUEL INCLUDED

1 YEAR

#

FREE AHGG SERVICIN

2012 FORD SZ TERRITORY TX WAGON

$

18,990

1 YEAR

FREE CAPPED GENUINE FORD PRICE ING IC RV SE

$

• White In Color • Automatic • Bodykit • 17’Alloy Wheels, Cruise • Low Km’s. S757AFZ

33,990

#

DRIVE AWAY

DRIVE AWAY

2010 FG XR6 UTE

• Turbo Diesel • 7 Seats • Automatic • Perfect Family Car. YYI-233

#

DRIVE AWAY

26,990

DRIVE AWAY

DRIVE AWAY

2006 VE SS SEDAN

• 3.0 Diesel Engine • 7 Seats • Bullbar • Side Steps • Dual Fuel. WBS-972

• Hatch • 2.0 Diesel • Auto • Alloys • Bodykit • Front And Rear Sensors YRH-569

DRIVE AWAY

2011 FORD RANGER XL-DUAL CAB

• 4X4,Automatic • Side Steps • Privately Owned • Pearl White. YYI-939

• Only 37,036Km’s • Curtain Airbags • Cruise • As New S535-ALD

FREE AHGG SERVICIN

FREE AHGG SERVICIN

2012 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST WAGON

2011 MAZDA 3 NEO-HATCH

1 YEAR

26,990

1 YEAR

#

DRIVE AWAY

1 YEAR

FREE CAPPED GENUINE FORD PRICE ING IC RV SE

$

21,990

DRIVE AWAY

*Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid at participating AHG Victoria dealerships between 15 and 18 May 2014. Offer ends at 5pm AEDT on 18 May 2014. To enter the draw, customers must purchase a new, used or demonstrator vehicle from any participating AHG VIC dealership, fill out an entry form, and take delivery of their purchased vehicle by 31.5.2014. For full terms and conditions, visit www.ahg.com.au/vic/30-hour-sale. Authorised under VIC permit number: 14/3840 #AHG Free service is Oil and filter service: This Includes Up to 5 litres of engine oil & Full safety inspection and report including tyres, brakes, suspension, steering, all fluid levels and top ups. AHG service intervals are 6 Months or 10,000 klms . It is assumed that based on average Klms , 2 services would be performed in 1 Year. Ford Genuine Capped price service is as per Ford Capped price service schedule and at 10-15,000 klm intervals depending on vehicle & it is assumed based on average klms that 2 services would be performed in 1 Year. Kia Capped Price service is as per capped price schedule and is at 15,000klm intervals & it is assumed based on average klms that 2 services would be performed in 1 Year depending on vehicle . The credit will be held at the selling dealer for all Free Services regardless of type & therefore vehicle must return to selling dealer to have Free service performed. Customer can opt for reduction of vehicle price based on any Free service offer to the same value in lieu of free service. Free service offer only available on used vehicles and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

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Mornington M{ZD{‘s end of financial year sale

time to reward yours yourself

MAZDA2 NEO SPORT

 1.5 L 16V DOHC S-VT ENGINE  ABS WITH EBD  6 AIRBAGS  AIR-CONDITIONING  CRUISE

MANUAL FROM

$15,990

DRIVEAWAY

DRIVE CAR OF BEST DEALS ON ALL-NEW...

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on the Peninsu

BEST PRICES CES WARD ON THIS AWARD WINNING SUV

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MAZDA6 6

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BT-50 4X2

CX-5

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$25,990 DRIVEAWAY

Scoop Purchase on

bt-50 XtR & GT best fleet prices!

2013 BT-50 XTR 4x4

2013 BT-50 gt 4x4

manuals now only

manuals now only

HEAVY DUTY ALLOY TRAY • UNDER TRAY STORAGE LOCKABLE BOXES.

$43,544 6 $45,463 8 driveaway

to choose

autos now only

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• 3.2L TURBO INTERCOOLED • ALLOY WHEELS • SIDE STEPS.

$45,645 2 $47,390 5 driveaway

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Check out our full range of used vehicles at morningtonmazda. morningtonmazda.com.au

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Bedshed Mornington’s

CATALOGUE CATALOGUE

SALE HUGE SAVINGS! HUGE SAVINGS!

Heritage King size available

SAVE $1000 SAVE $000 4 piece Queen suite

$1000 $ 4196

Heritage suite in American poplar. Classic quality, unique value.

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Florence King size available

SAVE $1000 SAVE $000

Cooma

4 piece Queen Suite

King suite also in stock

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30% off

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all discontinued models

Dual pocket spring

Beautyrest Essence queen bed Exclusive to Bedshed. Base extra.

$1000 $ 1699

Many models in stock, all with huge savings!

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Phone 5973 6333

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