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MPNEWS (1300 676 397) or email: team@mpnews.com.au www.mpnews.com.au Top support: St Kilda star Lenny Hayes, centre, is backing Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League’s Keep Your Cool program designed to eliminate aggressive behaviour on both sides of the fence. Junior clubs were at the Saints’ Seaford base to launch the program and joining Hayes were Joe Boase, 15, of South Mornington club and Paige Stone, 10, of Dromana club. Picture: Gary Sissons

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into junior ranks. In one ugly incident last August, a boy was punched during an under-14s final between Mt Martha and Somerville. Keep Your Cool co-chairperson Wendy Hanrahan said the idea began with casual conversations between parents watching their children play during last year’s finals. “We’d been witnessing some troubling behaviours on both sides of the fence and felt something needed to be done to address the aggression and ensure football remained fun and safe,” she said. “Children seem to feel pressured to go really hard and play aggressively, and this can sometimes spill over into actual violence, but there’s obviously

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Reef raiders: Fisheries officers measure and count abalone seized after being allegedly harvested by five men on reefs off Mt Eliza and Mornington.

Cars seized over abalone catches CARS and equipment were seized over the Labour Day long weekend when Fisheries Victoria officers swooped on men with illegal catches of aba­lone taken from reefs off Mt Eliza and Mornington. At Mt Eliza, two men were arrested and charged with having 200 abalone, 148 below legal size, and an undersized snapper. Three were apprehended at Mornington for taking 222 abalone. During the weekend, fisheries officers issued 20 infringement notices on the Mornington Peninsula for offences that included exceeding catch limits, taking shellfish from intertidal zones, and taking undersize fish. Senior fisheries officer Rod Barber said a minority of fishers continue to flout restrictions. “Illegal fishers continue to run the gauntlet, risking jail sentences, forfeiture of expensive cars, boats and fishing equipment, very heavy fines and penalties,” he said.

Three Endeavour Hills men aged 30, 23 and 17 were arrested after allegedly being found with 222 abalone, including 98 undersized, taken from reefs off Mornington. Mr Barber said the three were interviewed at Mornington police station and will be charged on summons with offences relating to the taking of a commercial quantity of abalone, exceeding the catch limit and taking undersized abalone. It will be alleged the men left two bags containing abalone in bushes to be picked up later. In a second incident, two men, a 29-year-old of Lynbrook and a 25-year-old of Cranbourne, were arrested after allegedly taking 200 abalone (including 148 undersized) and one undersized snapper from reefs off Mt Eliza. The daily bag limit for abalone is five, of which no more than two can be greenlip. The minimum size for abalone taken from Port Phillip is 10 centimetres.

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“In both instances, all of the diving equipment and the vehicles used on the day were seized. The five men each face harsh penalties for abalone taken in excess of the catch limit and undersized,” Mr Barber said. “While the vast majority of fishers do the right thing, a small minority continue to flout restrictions, risking harsh fines and threatening the sustainability of our fisheries for future generations. “The ramifications once caught are enormous for offenders and their families. “Courts are imposing heavy fines and significant forfeitures and jail sentences to send clear messages that this rampant disregard for Victoria’s valuable and important fisheries resources will not be tolerated.” Anyone seeing suspicious or illegal fishing activities can report it to the 13FISH hotline on 133 474.

THOUSANDS of Australians took to the streets on the weekend to protest against a range of Abbott government policies. In the case of peninsula residents, about 100 took to the sand of Safety Beach on a blustery Sunday morning for a rally organised just days before. “March in March” protesters voiced anger over the government’s inaction on climate change, the treatment of asylum seekers, marriage equality, the tax system, and media ownership. March in March organisers said many of the Abbott government’s policies were “against the common good of our nation”. “We have no confidence in policies that go against common principles of humanity, decency, fairness, social justice and equity, democratic governance, responsible global citizenship and conserving our natural heritage.” The “movement” started late last year on social media with the idea of marching on Parliament House but grew into a nationwide protest.

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Estuary lessons for families FAMILIES are invited to find out about the ecology in the “natural outdoor classroom” of the Balcombe Estuary at Mt Martha on Sunday 30 March. Activities at the “free family day” organised by Balcombe Estuary Reserves Group (BERG) include a drawing workshop with children’s book illustrator Terry Denton, “creative kids” workshops, a reptile display, face painting, talk about bats and birds, the Yellow Robin audio trail, storytelling with Ed Marshall, and a “bugs, birds and bark discovery walk”.

“The estuary is a special place, so it’s vital we protect it and help people to learn more about its importance to the environment,” BERG president Graham Hubbard said. Cr Bev Colomb said the estuary was the largest intact estuary on the east of Port Phillip and the reserve was home to fish, plants, birds, mammals and reptiles. BERG Mt Martha Family Day at the Estuary, 10am-2pm, Sunday 30 March, The Rotunda, Balcombe Estuary, Mirang Ave, Mt Martha. For more information, visit www.berg.org.au

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Club swells peninsula’s surfing history PENINSULA Surfriders Club is planning a “spectacular event” to celebrate its 40th anniversary later this month. Secretary Jane Featherston said the club had cultivated a “rich history of surfing life throughout the Mornington Peninsula”. Peninsula “surfing pioneers” Ted Bainbridge, John Wilson, Skip Easton, Mick Pearce and Michael Schaeffer had officially started the club at a committee meeting held behind a surf shop in Frankston. “At the time, in the early 1970s, there was a growing group of surfers on the peninsula who were becoming a force to be reckoned with in Victorian surfing,” she said. This “force” from the peninsula started in 1972 when Mick Parkinson of Blairgowrie won the Victorian junior title. He was followed the following year by Ian Portingale – and Carol Watts won the women’s title. “In 1974 we had Ian first and Phil Trigger second in the Victorian open men’s event, which was a huge effort,” Ms Featherston said. “Carol won the women’s again. Rob Licciardo won the juniors in 1975 and Warren Partington the senior men’s title.” Ms Featherston said the club’s strength was proved again in 1976 when Portingale and Phil Trigger “did a one-two again in the open men’s” and its juniors took out the first three places at state titles: Kelly Pritchard, 1; Gary Burns, 2; and Ian Cochrane, 3. The same year Alan “Wally” Tibballs won the Easter Bells trials event. Mick Pierce won in 1977 and Ian Cochrane won the juniors that year with Phil Coates in 1978 and ’79. In 1986, Garry Taylor won the Easter Bells trials event. “Before PSC started there were no regular peninsula surfers who attained such high positions in Victorian contests. There were plenty from northern bayside suburbs, but they

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all surfed the Torquay area,” Ms Featherston said. “Now, 40 years later, after thousands of memberships, PSC has grown and evolved to be one of the most respected and successful surfriding clubs in Australia. “Friendships and families have been built on mutual lifetimes spent in the waves around the

peninsula, and the world.” All past and present members of the club, their families and friends have been invited to celebrate its 40th from 2pm at the clubhouse, 691 Truemans Rd, Fingal (near Gunnamatta) on Saturday 22 March. Entry is $10. Keith Platt

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Farm gate guide aims to deliver food security By Chris Brennan MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire has launched a farm gate guide showing easily accessible sources of cheap and fresh produce to help combat growing food insecurity in the community. The initiative comes in response to rising concern among social service providers and health professionals that an increasing number of families are being forced to go without basic necessities including fresh food. The shire is in the process of producing a food security booklet, action plan and strategy to better connect disadvantaged people to local produce. While the Mornington Peninsula is well known for quality fresh produce, a Victorian Population Health Survey found 8.7 per cent of shire residents experience food insecurity, compared to a state average of 5.6 per cent. A number of social service providers on the peninsula have begun offering free fruit and vegetables to families in need while several “soup kitchens” providing free meals have sprung up. Lisa Gray of the shire’s health and wellbeing team said the farm gate guide aimed to connect residents with local producers, community gardens and food security programs. She said food security existed when “all people at all times have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs as well as food preferences for an active and healthy life”.

Food for thought: Cr Antonella Celi and the shire’s director of sustainable communities Rob MacIndoe launched the Farm Gate Guide last week.

“People who live with food insecurity are those who are restricted to easy access to affordable, healthy food and sometimes go without any food at all,” she said. “The reasons behind this vary, but may include a lack of transport, high density of fast food restaurants, low density of fresh food producers, and poor education about healthy food.” The mayor, Cr Antonella Celi, said access to “fresh, local, affordable food is essential to good health”. “Food insecurity is an issue than can affect a range of people, for many reasons, and the shire is committed to working toward connecting local people to local food,” she said. “Ensuring access to a range of healthy, local food resources can have

great positive impacts on health and wellbeing, and focusing on buying from local producers helps the positive growth of the local economy.” Cr Celi said the shire would continue to work with farmers, community groups, welfare organisations and community gardeners to ensure all resi­dents could access fresh, healthy and affordable food all year round. The Farm Gate Guide is available from shire offices, community centres and neighbourhood houses, and can be downloaded from the shire website at www.mornpen.vic.gov.au For more information about food security on the peninsula, email lisa. gray@mornpen.vic.gov.au or call 5950 1686.

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Padua swimmers swamp opponents for 25th title THERE must be something in the water at Padua College’s three campuses that makes sporting champions. In the case of Padua winning another Southern Independent Schools Interschool Swimming Championships, it’s the students in the water. The swimming team, supported by the entire school community from campuses at Mornington, Rosebud and the new one at Tyabb, dared to dream of 25 wins in a row last week and achieved what could be an Australian record. Led by veteran swimming coach Colin “Shuggy” Shugg, Padua scored 828 points to top the overall aggregate at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, easily accounting for second placegetter Woodleigh on 592 points with Flinders Christian Community College third on 581. The college won in 1988, lost the next year and has now won for the past 25 years. Padua won all three aggregate age shields (junior, intermediate and senior) as well as aggregate girls and boys shields – a clean sweep. Principal Christopher Houlihan said Colin Shugg had led the team to all 25 victories, and congratulations were due to all swimmers, the coach, “our sports staff and all the families who helped get students to training and camp”. “Colin once again dedicated many hours to train and prepare the team, and deserves the credit for this formidable run of victories,” he said. Padua’s sports coordinator Emilio

Swim spoils: Padua College year 12 students Matilda Shannon, left, Kesha Nettlefold and Stephen Whelan with trophies won at the interschool swimming championships. Right, some of the Padua College swimming team prior to the event at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. Pictures: Padua College

Di Paolo said the college had held a swimming camp at Lake Hume a week before the championships for more than 20 years. “We have more than 60 students from years 7-11. It fosters great team camaraderie and may be a key ingredient to our ongoing success.” Mr Di Paolo said Colin Shugg’s children attended the college and

were members of the swimming team. “Shuggy stayed on after his children finished school and is another key factor in our success. He’s also a pretty good open water swimmer.” Swimming team members train two mornings a week at early morning pool sessions. The squad swimmers train up to five times each week. Mr Di Paolo said Padua swimmers

from the early years were now in their late 40s. “They check the Padua Facebook page to see if their records have been broken!” At the championships last Tuesday, Matthew Faoro (under-14 50-metres breaststroke) and Jessica Faoro (under-17 100-metres freestyle) set new records. (Faoro means “to make gold” in Italian.)

Final results Padua 828 points Woodleigh 592 Flinders 581 St Francis Xavier 516 St Peter’s 474 Nazareth 459 and St John’s 363 Footnote: Padua has been the SIS cross-country champion school for more than 25 years.

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No right way onto ‘dangerous’ road NO action is expected to be taken to address a “dangerous” Mornington intersection, despite ongoing protests by residents. A petition with 121 signatures was recently delivered to the shire council expressing concern about the intersection of Park Hill Drive and Mornington-Tyabb Rd. Residents say it is dangerous for vehicles to turn right out of Park Hill Drive onto Mornington-Tyabb Rd and have requested a “No Right Turn” sign be installed. However a report presented by the shire’s traffic and road safety department at last month’s council meeting said there was “no justification for making any modifications to the intersection”. The report stated: “The intersection of the service road and MorningtonTyabb Rd (at about 160 MorningtonTyabb Rd) in Mornington is managed by VicRoads. “Notwithstanding, the concerns raised by the village manager at The Village, 150 Mornington-Tyabb Rd, Mornington, with respect to the intersection, have been considered and assessed by the shire’s traffic and road safety team. “While the traffic and road safety team recognises that it may be difficult to identify a suitable gap and make a right turn from the service road onto Mornington-Tyabb Rd at peak traffic times, there is currently no justification for making any modifications to this intersection or for providing an alternative or additional access to the

service road. Local drivers who have concerns and/or recognise the difficulty in turning right at peak times, and do not want to wait to find a suitable gap, should modify their travel accordingly.” Nicola Belcher of the shire’s traffic and road safety team said in the report drivers should instead turn left at the intersection and then make a U-turn at the roundabout at Dunns Rd, about 900 metres to the west or find an alternative route to avoid making the right turn. “Although the intersection may be considered complex at peak times, there are currently no injury-related crashes recorded at this intersection. “As such, there is no crash history to indicate that turning right from the service road into Mornington-Tyabb Rd is a higher risk than in other similar locations.” The condition of the intersection, the sight distance and the visibility at the intersection were all considered appropriate for the current speed limit on Mornington-Tyabb Rd of 70km/h. “While the current speed limit on Mornington-Tyabb Rd is 70km/h, at peak times the travel speed is often lower than this due to the volume of traffic on the road.” However, the report noted the speed limit on Mornington-Tyabb Rd could be reviewed by VicRoads in the future “as an outcome of the recent changes to VicRoads’ speed limit guidelines”. Chris Brennan

Play on: Dorothy Aspin of Peninsula Youth Music Society, left, and federal MP Bruce Billson with music students Steven (violin), Ryan (clarinet) and Rani (cello) at the society’s Saturday music school.

Government help for music school A MUSIC program for young people run by Peninsula Youth Music Society is benefiting from federal government support. The society showed federal MP Bruce Billson what it had done with its Creative Young Stars grant when he visited the group’s Saturday Morn-

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71 Nunns Road 11.00-11.30am Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 2/15 Neptune Street 11.00-11.30am Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 EMAIL: 6 Shelbourne Court 11.00-11.30am robert@bowmanandcompany.com.au Ray White Mornington 5977 1877 14 Colebrook Court 11.30-12.00pm Harcourts 5970 7333 28 Robin Hill Drive 11.30-12.00pm REAL ESTATE PARTNERS Bowman & Company 5975 6888 18 Kingston Close 11.30-12.00pm Jarrod Carman Bowman & Company 5975 6888 Mobile: 0423 144 102 1,3 &4/6 Hunter Street 11.30-12.00pm Barry Plant Mornington 5975 9811 Eview Real Estate 55 Bungower Road 11.30-12.00pm Partners Suite 8 / 38a Main Street Barry Plant Mornington 5975 9811 MORNINGTON 2/14 King Street 12.00-12.30pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 28 Robin Hill Drive 12.00-12.30pm Email: Bowman & Company 5975 6888 jarrod.carman@eview.com.au 8 Waltham Drive 12.00-12.30pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 45 Carnoustie Grove 12.00-12.30pm Ray White Mornington 5977 1877 2/25 Wellington Street 12.30-1.00pm Barry Plant Mornington 5975 9811 Cameron McDonald 11/49-51 Separation Street 12.30-1.00pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 Mobile: 0418 330 916 30 Karina Street 1.00-1.30pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 Jacobs & Lowe 6 Riordan Court 1.00-1.30pm 220-222 Main Street, Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 MORNINGTON 21 Ti-Tree Grove 1.30-2.00pm Ph: 5976 5919 Bowman & Company 5975 6888 32 Morven Street 1.30-2.00pm Email: Barry Plant Mornington 5975 9811 ruralsales@jlbre.com.au 2 Glendenning Rise 2.00-2.30pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 58 Tallis Drive 2.00-2.30pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 3/653-654 Esplanade 2.30-3.00pm Harcourts 5970 8000 Dimitri Tantanis 51 Bowman Drive 2.30-3.00pm Mobile: 0425 863 681 Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 3.00-3.30pm Barry Plant Real Estate 70 Nunns Road Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 168 Main Street 33 Nelson Street 3.00-3.30pm Mornington Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 Ph: 5975 9811

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Ph: 5975 7733

8 Park Avenue 3.00-3.30pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 49 Wensleydale Drive 3.15-3.45pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 _________________________________________________________

EMAIL: kayn@conleyluff.com.au

MOUNT MARTHA

62 Martha’s Ridge Drive 12.00-12.30pm Conley Luff Real Estate 5975 7733 10 Elspeth Circuit 12.00-12.30pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 26/746 Nepean Highway 12.00-12.30pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 6/15 Dulnain Street 1.00-2.00pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 51 Harrap Road 1.30-2.00pm Bowman & Company 5975 6888 2 Beethoven Court 2.30-3.00pm Blue Water Bay Real Estate 5976 1188 4 Bannie Lane 3.00-3.30pm Bowman & Company 5975 6888 _________________________________________________________

Peter Cincotta Mobile: 0411 888 770 Ray White Real Estate 5,117-133 Main Street MORNINGTON Ph: 5977 1877

EMAIL: peter.cincotta@raywhite.com

SAFETY BEACH

3/21 Dromana Parade 11.30-12.00pm Bowman & Company 5975 6888 170 Dromana Parade 12.00-12.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 6 Dale Avenue 12.00-12.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 87 Palm Tree Drive 2.00-2.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 238 Droman Parade 2.00-2.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 _________________________________________________________

DROMANA

17 Seaview Parade 1.00-1.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 37 Anne Drive 1.00-1.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 159 Palmerston Avenue 1.00-1.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 33 Corey Avenue 2.00-2.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 4 Rosalie Avenue 3.00-3.30pm Stockdale & Leggo 5987 3233 _________________________________________________________

TOOTGAROOK 8 Vincent Street Prentice Real Estate

James Crowder Mobile: 0407 813 377 Community Real Estate 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, MOUNT ELIZA Ph:9708 8667 EMAIL: james@communityrealestate.com.au

CENTURY 21 AGENTS SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER CENTURY21.COM.AU Stewart Lardner 0419 539 072 Century 21 Elite Real Estate

1.00-1.30pm 5985 2351

172 Main Street, MORNINGTON 5975 4999

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Times subject to change. Please contact agent to confirm

EMAIL:

morningtonc21@century21.com.au

Kathy Netherclift Mobile: 0417 007 722 Blue Water Bay Real Estate Shop 37, Bentons Square Mornington Ph: 5976 1188

EMAIL: kathy@bwbre.com.au


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Spectacular villa by the sea SET to exceed all your expectations and desires, this luxurious beachside villa inspires the senses with glorious views encompassing the Melbourne city skyline and across to the You Yangs, and inland to the Dandenong Ranges. The sparkling in-ground pool and limestone facade complement each other beautifully and instantly conjures up images of grand Mediterranean villas. Here, lucky owners can enjoy the sun and coastal atmosphere from the privacy of two alfresco entertaining areas; one is just mere steps from the pool, and the second has the best of the views with a breathtaking view of Port Phillip Bay. The ground floor features three bedrooms and two bathrooms - one is an ensuite, shared between two bedrooms - and a stylish family room has gleaming tiled floors. The wonderful blue view through the windows creates an unbeatable all-natural colour scheme against the crisp white finish. Upstairs, polished floor boards feature throughout an open-plan living zone incorporating a kitchen, dining area, and a lounge. The glamorous kitchen has stone benchtops, a stainless-steel under bench oven, and a full complement of cupboards and drawers for storage options galore. Bi-fold concertina doors open to the deck area that increases the living space considerably. The main bedroom has a lovely dressing room and ensuite, and a fifth bedroom has a walk-in robe. There is also a separate study, which could be a staggering sixth bedroom if required, a guest bathroom with spa, and a brilliant home theatre room which completes this truly feature packed home that measures well over 450 square metres (60-squares). At street level is a triple garage with access through to the south terrace.

Address: Auction: Agency: Agent:

2 Somme Avenue, FRANKSTON SOUTH This Saturday at 1pm Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667 James Crowder, 0407 813 377

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

MORNINGTON 45 Carnoustie Grove AUCTION - MUST BE SOLD! Beachside Opportunity Not To Be Missed On a large 785m block (approx), the options are yours (STCA) 1. Renovate the existing four bedroom home and enjoy the location with a short walk to the foreshore and local shops. 2. Build another dwelling at the back (STCA) and reap the financial rewards down the track. 3. Extend up and enjoy views out across Port Phillip Bay and the horizon. 4. Demolish the existing home and build 2 luxurious townhouses

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Auction Saturday 22nd March at 12.30pm View Wednesday & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Mark Williams 0449 250 442 mark.williams@raywhite.com

Don’t miss this opportunity to secure a great investment in a highly sought after area.

Ray White Mornington

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MORNINGTON 6 Shelbourne Court Ideally situated in one of Mornington’s most sought after areas, this solid 2 storey brick home features a spacious living area opening onto a large balcony with elevated views of Beleura Hill, complete with café blinds for year round entertaining, 3 good sized bedrooms, ensuite to main, second spacious bathroom, home office and downstairs rumpus room. Immaculately presented, the home also features ducted heating, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, single lock-up garage and covered entry. Surrounded by pristine gardens and positioned in a tranquil court, centrally located to Main Street, beaches and everything that Mornington has to offer, this home is sure to impress those looking for the perfect blend of practical living and a fantastic beachside lifestyle.

Ray White Mornington

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Auction

Mornington

28 Robin Hill Drive, Mornington The perfect home for kids, entertaining and pets, this single-level four-bedroom, two-bathroom residence is the ideal scenario for first home buyers, a young family or investors. Designed for entertaining, a spacious covered outdoor entertaining area with a fireplace links to the rear garden. Inside, a living room complements a dining room opening outdoors and a well-appointed kitchen with a dishwasher. The four bedrooms include the main bedroom with an ensuite and walk-in robe. Appointments include a bright family bathroom, evaporative cooling, ducted heating and a double garage. The home is in a quiet yet central location on the cusp of Bentons Square, a choice of schools and transport.

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mount Martha

Auction

Auction this Saturday

51 Harrap Road, Mount Martha Urgent sale for savvy buyer, this single-level three-bedroom + study, two-bathroom residence has been strategically positioned on this generous allotment of approx 820m2 to take full advantage of the environment. Features include a gorgeous open fireplace framed with a marble and timber mantle with a slate hearth, quality drapes and immaculate carpets throughout, a fresh and functional kitchen bathed in natural light with new appliances, ducted heating throughout, ceiling fans and a split system air- conditioner, detached large DLUG with loads of storage space and rear roller door access through to the cleverly planned rear garden that is ambient and private with garden shed and a 5000lt water tank. Ideally located in a delightful tree lined street and only a short walk to local schools and Benton’s Square shopping.

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Auction This Saturday at 2.00pm Inspect Saturday from 1.30pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Somerville

15 Clarinda Street, Somerville In one of Somerville’s most sought-after streetscapes surrounded by lifestyle amenities from recreation facilities to Somerville College, the train station and shops, this four-bedroom residence set on a grand allotment offers a fabulous future as either a single dwelling or luxury multi-unit site, STCA. The well-maintained home enjoys an entertainment room with a billiards room, bar, living area and enclosed spa perfect for parties. The comfortable floor plan features formal and casual dining rooms, a light-filled family room, den, older-style kitchen and modern spa bathroom. Here is your chance to capitalise on a great buy!

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Mount Martha

4 Bannie Lane, Mount Martha Set on a magnificent 1.7 acres, approx, in a secluded court, this unique residence with a self-contained cottage is an oasis from start to finish. Incredible botanic gardens cushion the home from a return driveway with a large ornamental pond to soaring palm trees. Open the doors to family prestige with this exceptional two-storey threebedroom, two bathroom plus a study residence with three living areas, a granite and Ilve kitchen, a wet bar and a focus on entertaining. Comprehensive appointments include a four car garage plus a two car carport, a barn, a spa ensuite and more. This idyllic property is truly one of a kind.

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Moorooduc

317 Bungower Road, Moorooduc MUST BE SOLD - SUIT $1.1 MILLION+ BUYERS. An increasingly rare lifestyle offering, this significant 80 acre, approx, property bordering Balcombe Creek has excellent established amenity for commercial use suitable for a range of livestock. Alternatively, take advantage of this long-term investment proposition and park your super funds and reap the monetary rewards in this convenient location just minutes from freeway entrances and close to Mornington. Facilities include extensive paddocks, day yards with loose boxes, a stockyard and loading ramp, machinery and hay sheds and a large trout stocked dam. The three-bedroom residence features an enclosed courtyard with a spa and a separate studio.

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Dromana

Auction

Safety Beach Auction this Saturday

Auction this Friday

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It`s time to relax and leave all the work behind you. This new dwelling is perfectly positioned close to pristine sands and minutes away from Dromana shops and a bus stop. Features include 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living areas, modern kitchen with quality appliances, ducted heating, s/system air-conditioning, plus a double lock up remote garage with internal access. This is the last opportunity to buy in this development and our vendor’s instructions are clear, IT MUST BE SOLD!

234 Boundary Road, Dromana Acquire this prime retail investment with massive potential to further develop into a mix of retail and residential. Create dual income or a convenient lifestyle by incorporating a 1st floor 2 - 3 BR residence and even a 2nd floor alfresco deck that will capture magnificent bay view’s (STCA). This retail shop is on 193m2 approx. with a floor space of 130m2 approx. Other features include separate kitchen with staff amenities, double carport with lock up storage area.

Auction This Saturday at 12.00pm Inspect Saturday from 11.30am Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Auction This Friday at 1.00pm Inspect Friday from 12.30pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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18 Kingston Close, Mornington

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A superb entertainer’s garden adds a magnificent backdrop to this perfectly appointed, four-bedroom family residence. The spacious renovated interior is highlighted by streaming natural light and a welcoming indoor-outdoor layout. A sitting room with a sleek ethanol fireplace complements a family living and dining room extending to a huge wrap-around deck with an undercover entertaining area and BBQ. A stylish new stone kitchen and two bathrooms have been renovated with the latest finishes. Features include a double remote garage, central heating, and r/cycle air conditioning. Auction Saturday March 29th at 12.00pm Inspect Saturday 11.30–12.00pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Luke McCoy 0467 321 322 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Balnarring 82 Bittern-Dromana Road

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Lakelands - 62 acres of potential income and lifestyle Welcome to Lakelands Thoroughbred Farm, a first class agistment facility located on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. A great opportunity to secure a decent holding within short distance to the Balnarring village. An impressive, private entrance with secure automatic gates, extensive post and rail fencing, a quality federation home, ample water and shedding. Move in and simply enjoy the lifestyle of your dreams. Located less than an hour from Melbourne CBD, with sweeping rural vistas and great business potential, there are 32 large paddocks with year round pasture of the highest quality. Having the luxury of onsite natural springs ensuring the paddocks maintain a good cover of grass all year round. A newly built Harkaway Home from the ‘Gabled Homestead Series’ is well positioned to the rear of the property with a great rural outlook. Described as ‘Australia’s finest character’ builder the home includes open living zones, 5 bedrooms, study, 2 bathrooms, deluxe kitchen and quality fixtures and fittings. High ceilings, complemented by rooms that enjoy full natural ligh, there are also verandahs around all four sides of the home. A large barn has power, overnight boxes and a concrete floor. Simply buy a fantastic, very well equipped lifestyle property or continue establishing this respected business. Don’t settle for second best.

Price View Open

On Application www.luxurypropertyselectioncom.au/VHS4922 Saturday 12.00-12.30pm

Jason Dowler 0403 598 754 E jason.dowler@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings

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Harcourts SINCE 1888

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

FOR SALE

Mount Eliza 71 Allison Road

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Honey, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Home This sprawling family home may solve all your space problem, with plenty of room to play on this 3400sqm approx. block. Boasting a floor plan with a variety of options for the larger family who want to be closer to the kids while they are young, you can choose between two optional master bedrooms both fitted with an ensuite & large robes. Separate living options let the kids have one end of the house while you relax after a hard dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work in your very own parents retreat! Enjoy warm summer nights in the large swimming pool or cook up a storm in the kitchen & eat out on the timber decking whilst enjoying the ambience this home has to offer. Price $800,000 - $880,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24436 Open Saturday 12.30-1.00pm Lauren Wild 0413 487 179 E lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson 0421 704 246 E malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

AUCTION

Mornington 14 Colebrook Court

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Coveted Colebrook Sitting in a quiet court location, this home provides space to spread out as well as the opportunity to bring everyone together for fun times. Close to the Benton Junior College, the shopping centre, childcare and public transport, all amenities are close to hand. Your multi-purpose floor plan might see you operating a home business from your office. Spend weekends lazing around in the covered outdoor entertaining area, overlooking the easy care pool, which is salt chlorinated and solar heated with friends and family enjoying a Sunday barbeque and fun conversation, or relax with a coffee while you read the morning papers. AUCTION Saturday April 12th at 11.00am View www.harcourts.com.au/VMG24469 Open Saturday 11.30-12.00pm or by appointment Janet McNeill 0419 503 327

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

AUCTION

FOR SALE

Somerville 4/296 Jones Road

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Mount Eliza 30 Achuna Street

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A Lifestyle Waiting For You To Discover

Beachside Cottage With Style

Opposite playing fields and barely 10 minutes’ walk into town, this bright, modern 3BR home functions more like a house than a unit with two good-sized living areas, a secure backyard for the kids and plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. Whether you’re starting out, establishing an investment portfolio or stepping down to something more manageable, this well-presented property - one of only four - combines a peaceful rear position with the absolute convenience of low maintenance living. Features include a well-appointed kitchen, spacious family bathroom, master ensuite, timber floors, separate laundry, gas ducted heating, reverse-cycle airconditioning and double carport.

BUYERS $550,000 - $600,000 MUST INSPECT. - Offering all the spoils of beachside living with Mt Eliza village shops and Moondah beach just moments away, this 2 bedroom home offers a low-maintenance life of convenience with a stylish interior, easy-care gardens and / or a fantastic business opportunity as an established holiday rental with high occupancy rates and great returns. Set on a compact allotment and loaded with features including stone benchtops, hardwood floors and splashes of colour, this is a very modern take on the traditional beachside cottage.

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Price By Negotiation $330,000 - $360,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VMG Open By Appointment

Andrew Gillespie

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

0414 680 512

E andrew.gillespie@harcourts.com.au

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

FOR SALE

Mornington 3/653-654 Esplanade

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$590,000 www.harcourts.com.au/VMG Saturday & Wednesday 2.30-3.00pm or by appointment

Andrew Gillespie 0414 680 512 E andrew.gillespie@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson 0421 704 246 E malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

www.mornington.harcourts.com.au

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

5975 7733

MORNINGTON

AUCTION: SATURDAY 12TH APRIL AT 1.00PM

MORNINGTON

AUCTION: SATURDAY 29TH MARCH AT 12.30PM

EXECUTORS AUCTION BEACHSIDE VILLA RETIREES, 1ST HOMEBUYERS & INVESTORS

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11/49-51 Separation Street Inspect Sat 12.30-1.00pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

AUCTION: SATURDAY 5TH APRIL AT 11.30AM

MORNINGTON

AUCTION: SATURDAY 12TH APRIL AT 2.30PM

DECEASED ESTATE! BEACHSIDE VILLA WITH LAND & OPPORTUNITY

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KAYN LUFF 0416 265 337

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

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A great 1200m2 approx allotment opposite parkland & so convenient to Mornington Secondary College, local shopping, buses & Bunnings, this characterfilled 3 bedroom BV home features polished timber flooring, spacious & separate living areas, an attractive kitchen PLUS a large,separate BV bungalow with bathroom, toilet & s/system r/cycle air conditioner. For a fabulous family lifestyle, or as an investment, this outstanding property includes gas ducted heating, open fireplace, 8 panel power to grid, 3600 Litre water tank, d/washer,garage & side access into the large rear yard.

One of only two on the block, this rear brick-veneer villa is more like a house. With generous garden surrounds & privacy, you enjoy a fabulous location close to both the beach & Main Street. There are 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s, a spacious lounge, sunny kitchen with adjoining meals area, a central bathroom, separate laundry & lock-up carport & shed. Including GDH, evaporative cooling and covered entertaining area. An ideal beachside improver for first homebuyers & investors.

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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Enjoying a prestigious King Street address less than 200 metres from the Esplanade, this inviting 3 bedroom brick-veneer home is the rear dwelling of two and offers a wonderful lifestyle central to all of Mornington’s facilities. With spacious light-filled living areas, a stylish modern kitchen, built-in robes to all bedrooms, central bathroom, an auto douoble garage, delightful lawns & gardens with room to entertain in style. Including gas ducted heating, s/s r/cycle air conditioner, dishwasher, sunblinds, gas & solar hot water service & 6 panel power to grid. Terms: 10% Deposit Balance 30/60 days

This most charming BV Villa enjoys a quiet beachside location in an inviting, well-maintained group. With two bedrooms, dual entry bathroom and walkin robe to main. Spacious lounge with gas heating & s/system r/cycle air-conditioning, stylish kitchen with family/meals area, separate laundry & single brick garage. With sunblinds, dishwasher, decking & a generous rear yard, an ideal home for retirees and 1st home buyers. INVESTORS NOTE – ANTICIPATE WOULD RENT OUT FOR $320-$330/WEEK

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JADE WILSON 5975 7733

MARIA DAMOS 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

AUCTION: SATURDAY 12TH APRIL AT 11.30AM

MORNINGTON

$430,000 - $455,000

SEASIDE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY TWO STREET FRONTAGES!

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INVEST, RENOVATE OR DETONATE! - This fabulous 920m2 approx. site is ideally placed to access Fishermans Beach, buses & Main Street. Offering a wide variety of potential development options including retaining the home & subdividing the rear yard or 3-4 townhouse development (STCA) as the property does boast two street frontages. The comfortable 4 bedroom home would rent well and yield a return while plans & permits are being obtained, or you can reside in the home whilst you decide what suits, whilst watching your astute investment grow in this ideal location. Opportunities like this don’t come along every day, so don’t hesitate.

On a generous 521sqm corner lot, in a quiet court & opposite parkland, this well presented BV home with double brick garage is a wonderful opportunity for first home buyers or investors. With 3 bedrooms, main with FES & WIR, formal lounge, attractive kitchen with meals area, a large light-filled living room, central bathroom, a separate laundry, GDH & dishwasher. So easily you can add your own style to this spacious & inviting home.

71 Nunns Road Inspect Sat 11-11.30am or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

MOUNT MARTHA

OFFERS ABOVE $700,000

2 Glendenning Rise Inspect Sat 2-2.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

MORNINGTON

$750,000 - $799,000

SPACE, LIGHT AND EASY CARE LUXURY

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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.

GEOFF LUFF 0416 142 336

KAYN LUFF 0416 265 337

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

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62 Martha’s Ridge Drive Inspect Saturday 12-12.30pm or by appointment Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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JADE WILSON 5975 7733

MARIA DAMOS 5975 7733

WENDY O’HALLORAN 5975 7733

JAN MEYER 5975 7733

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

5975 7733

MOUNT ELIZA

$549,000

MORNINGTON

$585,000 PLUS

SEASIDE PARADISE FOUND WITH DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL

CHARACTER AND COMFORT WITH A BONUS BUNGALOW

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This is an exciting entry level opportunity into delightful Mt Eliza with this charming and individual split level home, plus a separate bungalow with power, water and toilet. Enjoying an approx. 700m2 lot, with plenty of trees, you are ideally placed for access to shops, buses and schools. The main home offers 3 bedrooms plus study nook (FES & BIR to the large master), 2 spacious living rooms, an attractive kitchen with adjoining meals, central bathroom, a single auto garage and an inviting covered/paved entertaining area. Also featuring polished timber flooring, open fireplace, gas ducted heating, dishwasher, sunblinds and ample storage with power.

Step inside this sensational beachside property, located in a fabulous quiet court, one street back from the beach. Enjoy a life of harmony and happiness with this 3 bedroom residence (master with FES & WIR) which has an emphasis on relaxed living with its beautiful Balinese inspired gardens & pergola, plus the extensive use of natural products throughout the home including sandstone & polished timber floors, cabinetry, architraves & skirting boards. Offering spacious light filled living area with gas log fire, large modern kitchen & adjacent meals area. Other features include garage, large shed and front & rear gardens. Also with development potential for 2 stunning townhouses (STCA).

32 Mountain View Road Inspect Saturday 11-11.30am or by appointment Contact Geoff Luff 0416 142 336

6 Riordan Court Inspect Sat 1-1.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

MORNINGTON

$690,000 NEG.

MORNINGTON

$730,000 - $780,000

OFFERS INVITED

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This new luxurious townhouse offers three bedrooms - downstairs main with FES & WIR - a deluxe kitchen, spacious living areas both upstairs & down & with internal entry from the double garage. Including 2 r/cycle air conditioners, 2000L water tank & dishwasher. THERE IS NO BETTER LOCATION

Inspect Wed & Sat 1-1.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

2/25 Empire Street

MORNINGTON

IT’S ALL ABOUT POSITION

$735,000 - $780,000

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KAYN LUFF 0416 265 337

ROBERT LOSCHIAVO 0418 563 580

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Inspect Saturday 3-3.30pm or by appointment Contact Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

STEVE CONLEY 0428 389 670

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Set in arguably one of the best streets in the Summerfield Estate, this grand family residence enjoys a landscaped garden setting on a huge 1151m2 lot. Offering a family friendly floor plan with multiple living zones and alfresco, behind this beautiful facade and established gardens are 4 bedrooms, including a palatial master bedroom with his ‘n’ her’s WIR, parents retreat & double ensuite, separate study, formal lounge with vaulted ceiling, quality kitchen with adjacent family & meals area, formal dining, and a rumpus room with home theatre included. This fabulous family home has an immaculate presentation and has a wonderful sense of warmth & space. Also including triple garage with internal & rear access and entertaining deck with 6 person spa.

For an executive lifestyle or for active retirees, this exceptional brick-veneer home offers approx. 19.5 squares of low maintenance luxury living & alfresco in an ideal seaside location! With 3 generous bedrooms (FES/ WIR to large master), formal lounge, deluxe Ceasarstone kitchen with 1 ½ s/steel self-cleaning oven, gas hotplate & dishwasher, dining room, living room with heat & glow gas log fire, alfresco with garden view, mesh sunblind’s & auto double garage. Including GDH, evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum, 2000L water tank, solar & gas HWS, double batts in roof & external walls & overall a 6 star rating.

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MARIA DAMOS 5975 7733

WENDY O’HALLORAN 5975 7733

JAN MEYER 5975 7733


(u AU nl es C s s TI ol O d pr N io r) 4/12 Rodney Court, Mornington 3

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$365,000

1/35 MacDonald Grove, Mornington 1

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Blue Chip Beachside Location

Beachside Opportunities

It’s the old adage in real estate ‘Position, Position, Position’, and this unit ticks all the right boxes! In original condition but structurally sound and ripe for renovation, this unit will reward all your hard work. In need of a complete makeover it presents a fabulous opportunity for the astute buyer. Features include 3 bedrooms - 2 with BIR’s, separate entrance, lounge, kitchen and meals area, separate laundry & separate toilet, bathroom, s/system air conditioner, 1 car space with communal area at the rear of the complex. 1 of only 4 units on the block and located just a short 200 metres to Fisherman’s beach.

Beach side unit with street frontage, separate title, and just meters to Main Street! This one bedroom plus study property has potential to possibly further expand (STCA), however at present it is ideal for singles or couples wanting easy access to Main Street shops, restaurants, transport, medical facilities and the beach. Featuring lounge room with gas fire place, solid timber floorboards, timber deck, single garage, plus additional driveway parking. The property is currently tenanted on a month to month basis for $250pw, and the tenant is happy to stay if you are looking to invest.

Contact: Susan Clavin 0417 141 007

12/110 Bungower Road, Mornington 3 2 2

$390,000 - $410,000 View: As Advertised or By Appointment

Contact: Karin Mander 0409 597 508

$670,000 - $690,000

17 MacDonald Grove, Mornington 3

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Last One! Beachside Federation Style Townhouse

Perfectly positioned with schools, shops and transport all within easy walking distance, this modern 2 story townhouse boasts a functional free flowing floor plan. Downstairs provides 2 separate living areas with a sun drenched modern kitchen, meals and family room which overlooks the courtyard garden. Upstairs comprises of 3 spacious bedrooms (master with ensuite and walk in robe). The property also includes a double lock up garage with remote door. Approx return for investors is 4.8% with the property currently being leased until 31st May at $1,582.00 pcm. Call for an inspection time today.

The home has open plan living, dining and kitchen with granite bench tops, colonial arches, polished floorboards and stainless steel appliances with an island bench; this living area leads onto an undercover-decked alfresco area. It is a functional, low maintenance home. Ground floor master bedroom with ensuite and WIR which allows for single living flexibility. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, bathroom and another living room. The home is filled with quality fixtures and fittings. With inclusions of central heating, evaporative cooling, dishwasher, large double remote garage with internal access and allows access to back yard. Contact:

Contact: Sally Gray 0402 246 081

Zee Anthony 0402 177 704

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4/53 Nunns Road, Mornington 2 1 1

$390,000 View: As Advertised or By Appointment

2/57 Herbert Street, Mornington 2

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Starting out or retiring?

Blue Ribbon Address

This beach side townhouse could be for you... Approx 400 meters to Fishermans Beach, ideal for the beach lover. It offers open plan living/dining, with sliding doors that open onto a good size yard, perfect for entertaining, a kitchen with ample cupboard space electric cooking and dishwasher will surely suit the chef in the family. Two bedrooms, master with walk through bathroom and WIR. Outside there is a single lock up garage with room to park a 2nd car in front. Sitting at the rear of the complex gives you privacy and solitude.

And at an affordable price... This beach side unit is ideally located next to Strattons Lane giving an easy stroll to vibrant Main Street and the beach at the end of the street; making it a great property for the retiree, first home buyer, and with a 4.3% return, it would be a good investment property. Offering two bedrooms, master with WIR, lounge/dining, kitchen with ample cupboard space, family bathroom, gas heating and single lock up garage. A lovely paved and landscaped rear yard complete this package. Set in a complex of 8 with lots of space around you, and all owner occupied. This could be the place for you!

Contact: Vivian Spencer 0409 558 330

$495,000 - $535,000

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Prized beachside location - ready for a rebuild!

All The Boxes Ticked

Bring your tools, ideas and dreams along to this quiet, beachside location. The enormous 1300sqm block has all the room you could need to set about remodelling the existing 1950’s home or contemplate the fantastic upside in demolishing and building from scratch the home you’ve always wished for. In largely original condition, the two bedroom cottage offers a home base or rental income whilst you assess your options, and the solid brick two car garage provides invaluable storage space. Close to shops, Peninsula Link access, schools and sporting grounds, take the opportunity to inspect this property before you miss out! Contact:

On 2906sqm (approx), this beautifully presented residence offers stylish renovated living with fantastic external amenities. Three bedrooms with BIR’s, including main with sumptuous new ensuite, separate study & luxurious family bathroom with frameless shower and porcelain tiling. A beautifully renovated kitchen has stone benches, s/steel Smeg appliances including integrated dishwasher & 5 burner stove. Generous living spaces including lounge and huge family room, with an astonishing home cinema with tiered seating and full theatre screen. Pergola overlooks the spacious lawns and outbuildings include a Contact: double garage & workshop plus garden sheds.

Cameron McDonald 0418 330 916

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$875,000

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$790,000

12 Thurloo Drive, Safety Beach 4

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Bring one or Bring them All... The Space will Amaze!

Brand New, and just minutes walk to the beach.

Superb family home of grand proportions, with approximately 39 squares under roof line. Every family member can find their own space with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms + additional powder room and vast living areas on both levels. The 5th bedroom, currently used as a Bed & Breakfast is fully self-contained and includes an adjoining sitting area. Ducted heating & cooling, ducted vacuum, polished timber floors, feature combustion wood burner & an outdoor gas heated spa all combine to add to the homes comfort & appeal. An additional 20 squares of outdoor decking & veranda areas are ideal for summer entertaining Contact: whilst the roof top deck captures the magnificent Port Phillip Bay vista.

Stunning new home perfectly positioned to enjoy this superb beachside position. Set on its own allotment of approx 500m2, the property offers approx 28 squares under roof line and features an abundance of space and accommodation. Three bedrooms, an upstairs rumpus room or huge 4th bedroom, spacious open plan ground floor living areas and a main bedroom complete with full ensuite positioned on the ground floor, making it ideal for those not wanting to tackle stairs. The huge double garage boasts ample built in storage and offers direct internal access to the home. Don’t delay, inspect today! Contact: Stuart Cox 0417 124 707

Stuart Cox 0417 124 707

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63 Jacaranda Crescent, Mornington 3

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Love The Night Lights

Beachside for Under $500k - Tell them they’re Dreaming!

Set in a private locale on 2 levels the view will take your breath away. Immaculate inside and out this amazing home has room for everyone with zoned living. Upstairs, whether eating in the tiled meals area, cooking in the light filled kitchen, relaxing in the family room, lying in bed or dining out on the balcony, the view across to the heads and back to the countryside is outstanding! Downstairs, the rumpus with wet bar is away from the main living upstairs. This home is a must to inspect if you are looking for a 4 bedroom home with separate living, plus all the modern comforts of a quality beachside home.

No one’s dreaming here, this opportunity is going straight to the pool room! 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage, set on 763 square metres of land and it’s beachside of the Highway! Ideal for the first home buyer, retiree or the astute investor the home also includes a feature gas open fire place in the lounge, a separate tiled meals area a timber kitchen complete with breakfast bar, ducted heating and ample off street parking.

Contact: Chris Garrett 0419 397 835

Contact: Stuart Cox 0417 124 707

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This Autumn be rewarded

give your home a makeover prior to selling! Receive a $250 LINEN HOUSE gift card when you list with us. Visit linenhouse.com to view their 2014 Collection.

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THIS well-presented family home is set on a manageable 617 square metre block close to schools and shops. The excellent floor-plan gets plenty of sunshine, and the spacious and bright family area incorporates the smart kitchen with adjoining dining area, and a living space. There is a formal lounge at the front of the home, and most windows feature stylish plantation shutters. Three bedrooms all have built-in robes and share the main bathroom, whilst the larger main bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite. When entertaining, you can also soak up the rays with a private outdoor area overlooking the large backyard and low maintenance gardens. There is a double garage under the roof line of the home, and handy side access leads down to a huge 66 square metre workshop at the back of the block.

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To Be Sold By Set Date $670,000 - $730,000

40 North Crescent Keen Vendors, So Why Wait - Buy Now Before It’s Too Late Hear the sounds of nature from this newly built 2013 modern home offering value buying. Features include open-plan living, room to accommodate the family the boat and caravan and run a business from home. Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac on a generous 1300m2 approx. allotment, this generous light lled home boasts north facing living and outdoor entertaining. Features include 3 king size bedrooms (master with huge en-suite & spa bath) 2 zoned living areas, 5 star energy rating, double remote garage with internal access, second double remote garage & workshop and plenty of further features that allows for comfortable living. 3

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Enjoy the fruits of your labour in this beautiful home with well thought out oor plan that includes 4 well-proportioned bedrooms and 3 immaculate bathrooms, all in a premier location and only being just over 8 years old. With a at easy and short walk to Main Street, beaches, all amenities and public transport, this amazing home is sure to be snapped up quickly. Call now for your private tour!

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Expressions of Interest closing 8 April @ 5pm

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Mount Martha

A wonderfully private residence with room for the whole family, including: an attached selfcontained unit, a newly renovated kitchen with Caesarstone bench tops, polished oors, and a master bedroom with walk in robe/dressing room and full ensuite. The massive covered decking allows for entertaining galore and space for all vehicles is provided by the double lock up garage.

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Be quick to check out this fantastic home with a beautifully established garden and walking distance to the beach. Nestled privately behind secure fence and gates is this gorgeous, light lled property. With an undercover entertaining area and renovated kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances, this is a perfect lifestyle choice and one you will be delighted you made.

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NEW LISTING

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CRIB POINT 66 Disney Street

1/4 ACRE ALLOTMENT

1/4 ACRE ALLOTMENT

Beautifully presented four bedroom home offers the right mix for a modern lifestyle in a leafy 1/4 acre setting. Featuring 3 well-placed bedrooms, separate rumpus room or kids retreat as well as an additional lounge area, plus streamlined kitchen with s/steel appliances. Extra features include refurbished bungalow and private deck off master bedroom. Still under builders warranty. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Perfectly presented home boasts 3 bedrooms & formal lounge with feature gas log fire. The large country timber kitchen has island bench, modern appliances and will be a delight to cook up a treat with a servery that opens out to the decked outdoor area. Another advantage is the large 1029m2 allotment that is a potential development site (STCA). Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE $429,900 VIEW Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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CRIB POINT 3 Whittle Street

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HASTINGS 3/116 Marine Parade

PRICE $380,000 Negotiable VIEW Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

CRIB POINT 99 Governors Road

BESIDE THE SEASIDE

BEST VALUE IN TOWN!

Contemporary designed townhouse, styled over two levels. Features include two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, large balcony, kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, sunny courtyard, lock up garage & located adjacent to the foreshore. Stroll to High Street shops, sporting clubs, great fishing spots, transport and the foreshore reserve & walking tracks.

Affordable home features 3 bedrooms all with B.I.R’s, softwood flooring throughout, plus natural window furnishings and paint tones; there is also a fully renovated bathroom. Outside boasts single carport, double garage with power and a remote control door and also a small garden shed. Plus, a lovely private decked area with outdoor spa. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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CRIB POINT 26 Pearce Street

Spacious family home set on approx 605m2 allotment, with two street frontages and access to the backyard. This brick-veneer home is

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,

located in the most desirable Solar Estate, featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas and ducted heating. Currently returning $1560pcm on a month to month tenancy. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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HASTINGS 7/46 Victoria Street

SOMERVILLE 10 Mitch Court

LOCATION, LOCATION!

EXQUISITE LIVING

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freshly painted throughout, new carpets have been laid, ready for the new owner to occupy. Spacious both inside and out the home boasts a generous size lounge room with bay window and new gas wall furnace, the meals area with a sliding door leads to the rear yard with manicured gardens. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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HUGE SHEDDING!!

When location is important to you don’t let this perfectly located front unit pass you by. This unit has just recently been

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PRICE: $370,000 Offers Over VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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PRICE $480,000 AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996


1/2 ACRE ALLOTMENT

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY!

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BITTERN 199 Woolleys Road Situated on almost 1/2 an acre within walking distance of Bittern Village, this brick veneer home with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two living zones has excellent bones. In need of a new owner with renovation skills, it has the potential to become one of the most desirable homes in Bittern. Offering excellent side access through double gates off circular driveway, a large 6m x 12m steel shed with concrete floor and power, double carport under roof line and a massive block. NOTE: Council requirements prohibit the sub-division of this property or the construction of multiple dwellings, however a granny flat is allowable (STCA). This is a genuine opportunity for a family to purchase without competition from speculators or developers. Must be sold on the day.

EXECUTORS AUCTION

NEW LISTING

AUCTION

Saturday, March 22nd at 2.00pm Terms 10% Deposit, Settlement 30 Days. Vacant Possession.

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Saturday 1:30-2:00pm

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Wilma Green 0407 833 996

CRIB POINT 522 Stony Point Road WHEN AFFORDABILITY COUNTS! Newly rendered 3 bedroom home on 1047m2 allotment boasting multiple living zones with new carpet and floating floorboards leading to the spacious kitchen. Further features include air-conditioning, ceiling fans, utilities room and ample storage in hallway. Outside boasts a terrific outdoor area with a pizza cooker and rustic fireplace for all to enjoy. Contact Exclusive Agent.

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MOST AFFORDABLE HOME IN HASTINGS! Smaller two bedroom cottage with carport under roof line, large sheds and short walk to bus stop. Open plan home with triple built-in robes and ceiling fan to master, sunny north facing study off second bedroom with adjacent north facing verandah. Bathroom / laundry combined with separate shower and toilet. Galley kitchen with pantry and large lounge with ceiling fan opening onto full length verandah to front of home. All surrounded by established garden. Land size 587m2.

PRICE $370,000 VIEW By Appointment AGENT Wilma Green 0407 833 996

BITTERN 24 Myers Road ENTRY LEVEL HOME Solid brick home with exposed beams, laminated kitchen, open plan living with ceiling fan and three generous bedrooms all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and r/cycle split-system.

AUCTION:

Saturday, March 29th at 1.00pm Terms 10% Deposit, Balance 30-60 Days. Vacant Possession.

Situated on 322sqm allotment with single carport. Ideal location within an easy 5-minute walk to Bittern Fields shops, train station and primary school. All reasonable offers considered. Contact Exclusive Agent

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

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A great opportunity awaits with this neat 1 bedroom unit in a block of 6, located within walking distance to Frankston train station. The unit is tucked away and has off street parking, good size lounge with gas wall furnace, kitchen overlooking rear garden, separate bathroom and laundry, spacious bedroom with built in robes. Currently tenanted, showing around 5% return. Vacant possession is also available. Great first home, investment or self managed super fund asset.

FANTASTIC LONG ISLAND LOCATION. Character brick home just steps from the beach & Kananook Creek. Comprising 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lovely kitchen with polished timber floors, cosy lounge overlooking private front garden & second living area. Two street frontages with vehicle access off Fitzroy Avenue and also a parking permit for along Beach Street itself. Potential to live in as is, renovate or develop site (S.T.C.A.). The choice is yours. The position is unbeatable.

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MOUNT ELIZA 97 Walkers Road

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New Office Space For Lease •Newly refurbished office space in the heart of Main Street •56 m² approx, located on the first floor • Waiting room & boardroom plus two offices • Kitchen & bathroom facilities • Inspection will not disappoint, this is a lovely space For Lease $1,500 pcm + GST + OGS

Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

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Tyabb Road Showroom For Lease • • • •

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

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

Contact: Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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Contact: Kara James 0412 939 224

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Stage 2 retail now leasing AN exciting new retail precinct is set to open in the new Royal Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital in Parkville. With a range of shop sizes available, businesses such as gifts, books and toys, other medical professionals, hair and beauty and travel agencies would most suit the development. Retail leases Lease Price: Contact agent Agency: Commercial Property Services, Suite 3, 54-58 Wells Street, Frankston, 9781 2211 Agent: Rogan Ward, 0418 343 939

Your beautiful laundrette

Think bigger THIS massive 3.46 hectare site has one of the most high profile positions in the everexpanding South East corridor. With excellent access to Eastlink and Peninsula Link, this land abuts the Masters, Yamaha and PETstock precinct. There are three street frontages, along with 220 metres of frontage to Frankston Dandenong Road. There is a planning permit to construct 24 showrooms totalling 15,528 square metres with sizes ranging from 294 square metres up to a huge 2190 square metres with a total of 383 car spaces onsite. 600 Frankston-Dandenong Road, CARRUM DOWNS For Sale By Tender: Tenders close Thursday 27 March at 5pm Agency: Nichols Crowder, 2/2 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs, 9775 1535 Agent: Michael Crowder, 0408 358 926

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BREAK into the Mount Eliza business market with this easily run, yet highly profitable laundrette. This well-established business has regular clientele and can provide a great return for minimal time and effort. A long lease is in place and the rent is very affordable. Keen vendor is set to retire.

BE seen in one of the best industrial developments in Mornington. This 378 square metre warehouse or showroom can give your business the edge with a high-profile position on a prominent corner facing busy Watt Road. The light and bright interior will suit a range of business types and the expert construction will reassure any owner or operator. There are six car parks out front. The premises are available for immediate occupation.

Laundrette, MOUNT ELIZA Price: $189,000 Agency: Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Agent: Russell Murphy, 0407 839 184

14/61 Watt Road, MORNINGTON Lease Price: $3465 per calendar month + GST + outgoings Agency: Jacobs & Lowe, 220 Main Street, Mornington, 5976 5900 Agent: Kara James, 0412 939 224

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Kevin Wright Mobile: 0417 564 454

Tony Latessa Mobile: 0412 525 151

Kara James Mobile: 0412 939 224

Nichols Crowder 1 Colemans Road, CARRUM DOWNS 9775 1535

Kevin Wright Commercial 72 Main Street MORNINGTON 5977 2255

Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne Street, FRANKSTON Ph: 9781 1588

Jacobs & Lowe 220-222 Main Street, MORNINGTON 5976 5916

EMAIL: lindae@cd.nicholscrowder.com.au

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THIS is arguably the peninsula’s leading lingerie specialist selling quality sleepwear and bodywear for everyone from teenagers to the elderly. Specialising in natural fibres, stock lines are predominantly silks and cottons. The shop has a great fit-out and is also air-conditioned with a good site on Main Street. Turnover is more than $12,000 a week.

POSITIONED on Point Nepean Road with seating for customers both inside and out, this well-established bakery and cafe does some wholesale selling in addition to retail trade. Opening hours are 7am to 4pm, with baking starting at 3am. Stock lines include pastries and rolls, with about 4 kilograms of coffee sales a week. A long lease is in place.

Lingerie retail, MORNINGTON Price: $195,000 plus SAV Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Bakery and cafe, RYE Price: $298,000 plus SAV Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

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FRANKSTON Well presented in good location, plenty of lease remaining for transfer. Easily managed with 2 staff + casual in busy season. Commercial kitchen, walk in coolroom, seats 16 in & 8 outside.

FRANKSTON Retail sales of discount products in great location on outskirts of Frankston. Huge variety, trades 5 ½ days.

FRANKSTON Large shop & yard, Est about 40 years. Outbuilding houses the feed, also sells pet products, electrical fencing, garden supplies. Trades 5 ½ days, vendor ready to retire. Includes stock, equipment & forklift.

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140 clients, mower, ride-on mower, whipper snipper, hedger & blower. Work 5 days 7.30am until 4pm. Has 2 sub-contractors. Established 6 years.

Established 10 years, has seating for 30 inside & 35 outside. Exterior of large shopping centre, well presented. Keen vendor ready to move on, wants quick sale.

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$65,000

$65,000 walk-in-walk-out

HAIR & BEAUTY

GATE & GARAGE AUTOMATION

FITNESS CENTRE

BUTCHERY

ASIAN TAKEAWAY

LAUNDRETTE

FRANKSTON SOUTH 6 cutting stations & 2 basins, separate wax & beauty room. Vendor is willing to stay on for extended period. Nail & beauty sub-let opportunities exist. Recently signed long lease. Steady cash flow.

Design, installation & service. Easy

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HASTINGS

FRANKSTON Located in food court of Power Centre, excellent position. Takeaway or eat-in, easy to operate. 6 days, no late nights. Huge potential!!

FRANKSTON 1x30 power washer, 11 Speed Queen washers, 8 dryers. Air-con, monitored alarm, phone system. Automatic doors 7am – 9.30pm. Attended Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and Sat 9am-12pm.l!

$100,000 + sav

$110,000 + sav

$119,500

ART SUPPLIES

CHILDRENS WEAR

run by owner & sub-contractors as Lots of potential for expansion. Includes work ute, tools, equipment & web page.

$88,000 + sav

CLEANING

YOGHURT & SALAD BAR

Very well presented shop opposite supermarket in arcade, also close clients. Two consulting rooms both to liquor store. Trades 6 days 8amsub-let. Est 5 yrs, has detox sauna, 6pm, has qualified butcher. Long reception area, beauty, massages. 7 lease in place, quick sale required. personal training, database of 1100

required. Home-based, no lease.

$85,000 + sav negotiable

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RYE Only florist in town, Petals member, also sells plants, gifts and made to order hampers. Delivers in the area. 5 days. Can be a single person operation. Well-presented, price inc. stock, fittings, fixtures & sundries.

days various hours..

$90,000 + sav

COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERY

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FOUNTAIN GATE

Commercial & residential cleaning, some garden maintenance. Work the hours you wish. 2001 Ford Econovan & 2005 Holden ute included in the asking price.

One of 8 franchise shops, shopping centre location. All natural yoghurt, gourmet salads, smoothies, juice, gelato, wraps etc. Illness forces urgent sale and all offers will be considered.

MORNINGTON Home-based retail sales from website with online ordering system. Easy to operate with full training given. Many clients include schools & Govt organisations. Freehold home also available $950,000.

Boutique wear from newborns to 14 years. Clothing, footwear, accessories etc. Good position in renovated Centre, website inc, vendor assistance offered. Est 40 years. Managed by staff.

$135,000 + sav

$137,000 + sav

CABINET MAKING

COFFEE LOUNGE

DROMANA Niche business in the heart of town. Upmarket recycling, unique stock includes handmade and exclusive items sourced from local artists and afar. Sub-lets café for half rent and outgoings.

CARRUM DOWNS Manufacture and custom design of upholstered commercial furniture. Regular clients include noted designers. Long standing business, website. Large factory in good location, all assistance offered, vendor willing to stay 6 months to teach. Vehicle included.

$150,000 + sav

$109,500 + sav

$140,000 + sav

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FRANKSTON

Huge potential for owner operator in this 5 day business. Covers all Victoria for cigarette units/machines. Est 1985. Freehold also available @ $420,000 + GST.

Large store in excellent location close to TAFE. Huge commercial kitchen, 60% retail, 40% wholesale. Outsources deliveries to other cafes. Trades 5 ½ days.

$176,000 + sav

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MORNINGTON PENINSULA Wholesale manufacturer supplying retail outlets locally and interstate, also direct sales from factory and online store website. Sales continue to strengthen, new equipment & building works done.

W NE

$135,000 + sav ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

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MOUNT ELIZA

$190,000 + sav

STEEL FABRICATION

FRUIT & VEG & ICE CREAM

LICENSED RESTAURANT/CAFE

Est 8 yrs, 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.

SOMERVILLE

Timber fencing, paling, screening, retaining walls etc. Average 10-14 jobs a week, regular customer demand. Vehicles inc, full training & handover period. Established 30+ years.

Large coolstore on busy main road, est 30+ years. Good profits & large turnover, well worth an inspection. Van and ute included. Market 2-3 times a week.

MORNINGTON PENINSULA Biggest in the area, 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. BARGAIN PRICE – MUST SELL

DROMANA Large fruit & veg shop in prime location with attached ice-creamery that closes for 4 months over winter. Vehicles included for market and deliveries. Large turnover. Est 30 years.

CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES South West 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.

$225,000 + sav

$235,000 + sav

NOW $280,000 + sav

$350,000 + gst

$390,000 + sav

$390,000 + sav

SALES & MANUFACTURING

FREEHOLD

TOUR OPERATOR

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HOLIDAY ACCOMODATION

CLAYTON

DANDENONG Cabinet making & shop fitting workshop with office and showroom. 320 sq m. Major road location. Business also available @ $176,000 + sav.

Higer coach 2 years old, endorsed licence required. Highly profitable business well known on the Peninsula, pre-set tours or caters for special interest groups. 2014 fully booked.Hours to suit clients

MANUFACTURE & RETAIL Est 25 yrs using traditional recipes & techniques, over 60 products. State of the art purpose built factory/retail outlet in ideal position. Near new equipment in excellent condition. Confidentialty applies.

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.

WARATAH NORTH 10Ac property, group lodge for up to 20 people, 3 cottages, solar heated IG pool. Communal laundry, play area, bushland. Near Wilsons Prom, Waratah Bay & Sandy Point..

$425,000 + sav

$550,000 + sav

$900,000 + sav

Promotional products supply company operating in 1000sq m factory/warehouse. Garment manufacture, in-house embroidery, custom made. Quality control systems. Est 20 yrs.

$400,000 + sav

$420,000 + gst

W NE

FRUIT & VEGETABLES

HALLAM

W NE

FENCING & TIMBER

DANDENONG

W NE

PACKAGING & FREIGHT

Tony Latessa: 0412 525 151

BUSINESS $350,000+ sav FREEHOLD $1.2 million

No. 1 REIV Accredited Business Agent in Victoria 33 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability REIV Business Brokers Committee Member

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NEWS DESK

Bandicoot corridor plan axed By Mike Hast THE state government has removed habitat corridors from its plans to protect the iconic southern brown bandicoot in the southeast. Conservationists were told about the backflip two weeks ago at a meeting with Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) officers. It is understood a proposal to create two habitat corridors, or biolinks, centred on the Royal Botanic Gardens at Cranbourne has been dumped from the final version of the Sub-Regional Species Strategy for the Southern Brown Bandicoot, issued as a draft for public comment in late 2011. One biolink was meant to run from the botanic gardens south to Western Port’s Quail Island, where there is a viable population of more than 1000 bandicoots after fox and cat removal in recent years. The second was to connect the botanic gardens with Koo Wee Rup swamp and surrounds, where “tens of thousands of bandicoots live near drains, waterways, railway line reserves and on private properties”, according to peninsula wildlife expert Mal Legg. The government’s move has disappointed the Southern Brown Bandicoot Regional Recovery Group and other conservationists in the region, and led to speculation that housing estate developers have put pressure on the government. It also inspired the creation last week of an online petition addressed to federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt, who receives an email from every per-

son who signs. The petition was created by Friends of the Southern Brown Bandicoot member Sarah Maclagan, an environmental sciences PhD student at Deakin University. Ms Maclagan has been studying the region’s bandicoots for several years and is co-chair of the bandicoot recovery group along with veteran scientist David Nicholls. The petition – “Don’t strand the bandicoot; put the corridors back!” – states that the recent expansion of Melbourne’s Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) “threatens to surround the crucial southern brown bandicoot population at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Cranbourne and cut connectivity with other populations nearby”. Ms Maclagan said the government’s strategy was meant to protect sustainable bandicoot populations “within and adjacent to growth areas, with connectivity between populations” as well as “protect and enhance all populations, including at Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne”. “We’re very disappointed corridors have been removed from the final document,” she told The News. “Without corridors, connectivity between bandicoot sub-populations will be severed by an impenetrable barrier of urban development. “The chance of local extinctions of this endangered native mammal become much higher.” She said the petition to Mr Hunt was “our one and only opportunity to provide corridors. Once development has occurred, there will be no going back”. State government plans to expand

Under pressure: A southern brown bandicoot captured by a night camera at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne. State government plans to dump habitat corridors in the southeast will isolate bandicoot sub-populations, scientists say. Picture: Mal Legg

the UGB triggered the federal Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, Ms Maclagan said. “Mr Hunt has to sign off on the state government changes and that’s why we are asking him to force the government to reinstate habitat corridors”, including those planned for the Botanic Ridge subdivision near the Cranbourne botanic gardens. Ms Maclagan said DEPI officers questioned the use of biolinks “but we have evidence they do work”. It was disappointing DEPI was fo-

cused on so-called “managed translocations” – capturing animals and moving them to other locations, she said. “For example, the translocation of the threatened eastern barred bandicoot to French Island was a total failure,” she said. “All that bandicoots need to survive and thrive is viable habitat protected from dogs, foxes and other predators.” She said bandicoot were prolific breeders. “The young spend just 12 days gestating and are self-sufficient after two months. Females have be-

tween two and five babies in each litter.” Ms Maclagan questioned the state government’s habitat protection fee. “The 2011 document stated developers would be charged $6000 to $8000 per hectare to fund the bandicoot protection strategy. This has been reduced to just over $4000 for a hectare that is worth more than $800,000 to developers; that’s half of one per cent.” n  The bandicoot petition for Greg Hunt is at: http://chn.ge/1mhaxB8

Time to fence Pines Reserve says scientist

Action needed: Hans Brunner says it’s time to erect predator-proof fences in Pines Reserve.

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By Mike Hast FRANKSTON forensic zoologist Hans Brunner says the state government dumping plans for habitat corridors for the southern brown bandicoot means predator-proof fences should be built around Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve in Frankston North. The fences were part of Linking Melbourne Authority gaining state government permission for Peninsula Link to bisect the reserve. They were removed from freeway plans by the Department of Sustainability and Environment (now Department of Environment and Primary Industries or DEPI) in 2012. Mr Brunner has consistently said that as long as dog walking was permitted in the reserve and predator-proof fences were not erected “all is lost for the bandicoots”. In 2012, DSE/DEPI said no evidence of bandicoots in the reserve had been seen since summer

2009-10 but Mr Brunner said two bandicoots were spotted late last year. “The bandicoots are now entirely dependent on intense fox control, which I believe is extremely difficult in the presence of pet and farm dogs, where poisoning cannot be used,” he said. “Where traps have to be set to avoid dogs, they will also avoid foxes.” Mr Brunner said the government’s consultant had recommended a network of corridors in the 2011 draft that was “clearly open for harsh criticism and demanded a proper review” but “scrapping corridors all together has gone too far”. “This scenario has rekindled the now more desperate need for a predator-proof fence around Pines Reserve where bandicoots can be properly protected as they are at the botanical gardens at Cranbourne,” he said. Mr Brunner said the Peninsula Link builder had spent $20 million on revegetation and underpasses

in Pines Reserve – four culverts and a two-span bridge – specifically designed for bandicoots. Two drainage structures were also designed to allow crossing by wildlife. “Southern Way allocated $1.6 million to erect and maintain fences in Pines Reserve to protect bandicoots and other native animals,” he said. “The irony is the state government agency Parks Victoria wants that money for the protection of bandicoots in the very area where they abandoned the corridors in order to make room for urban development. “To make the bandicoots absolutely secure must be the ultimate priority. The former DSE allowed eastern barred bandicoot numbers drop to only 40 animals before panic set in. Extinction was so close. “Now they are gambling with the southern brown bandicoot.”

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Taking to the road for record

Sporting chance for elite athletes YOUNG Mornington Peninsula athletes and sport teams are invited to apply for grants of up to $3000 to help cover the cost of competing in elite-level events. The Local Sporting Champions grants program is designed to provide support for young people to participate in state, national and international sporting championships. The federal government grants program, also open to coaches and officials, provides funding toward the cost of travel, accommodation, equipment and uniforms. Grants of $500 are available for individuals and $3000 for teams. Flinders MP Greg Hunt said the costs associated with competing at elite sporting events could be significant and the grants aimed to ease the financial burden and make it easier for young athletes to go further in their chosen sports. Applicants must be between 12 and 18 in the year of the competition. This funding round close June 30 and forms be received before the competition start date. Visit www.ausport.gov.au for more information. Six athletes and two sporting clubs from the Flinders electorate have already received grants during the last round of the program, announced last month. Individual recipients of $500 grants included: basketball players Tristan Lloyd, 15, of Cowes, and Tyson Carr, 12, of Pearcedale; cross-country runner Kayla Cheasley, 16, of Somerville; fencer Lily Baker, 12, of Mt Martha; softballer Chantelle Spencer, 18, of Pioneer Bay; and equestrian rider Stephanie Ivanovic, 12, of Moorooduc. Peninsula sporting clubs awarded $3000 grants included Point Leo Surf Life Saving Club and the Victorian under-16 polocrosse team, which is based in Moorooduc. Chris Brennan

FRANK Peniguel is out to set a record by travelling around Victoria playing bowls. The 70-year-old, left, has given himself a year to play 600-900 games on different greens to join the holders of Guinness World Records. Last week he was in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula – Rosebud and Dromana on Tuesday, Mt Martha and Mornington on Wednesday, and Frankston South (Yamala Park) and Frankston on Thursday. Peniguel joined Elsternwick Bowls Club in 2005 and left his Daylesford home in his Kombi van on 9 January to set a world record. He will play 10 ends against one bowler from each of the clubs he visits. Distance is the only thing keeping him away from the Northern Territory and Western Australia. “It’s just too far between clubs and I need to play all games within one year,” Peniguel said on Wednesday after playing his 100th game at Dromana. He was also lining up some expert help to enable him to upload photos to his website, hittheroadjack.net.au Keith Platt Picture: Yanni

Gallery’s cash crisis By Mike Hast THE McClelland Gallery faces a funding crisis following the end of a $400,000 annual grant from its major patron Dame Elisabeth Murdoch. Dame Elisabeth’s support ended when she died 14 months ago but the shortfall has only just been revealed by the gallery’s management committee. The grant was about 40 per cent of the gallery’s annual operational costs of $1 million. McClelland has sufficient reserves for the short term but will face a major funding crisis in the next two years and is seeking alternative sources of funds. Director Robert Lindsay told The News that McClelland, known formally as the McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, was entering the third phase of its life. “Phase one was when the gallery was established by the McClelland family in 1971, then we had the generous support of Dame Elisabeth, and now we are entering stage three where we are seeking support from the community and government,” he said. The sculpture park and gallery had been developed into a major cultural institution with a growing international profile, he said. Mr Lindsay said Dame Elisabeth had been a member of McClelland’s arts advisory council since the beginning. The Elisabeth Murdoch Sculpture Foundation was established in 1989 to buy works for McClelland, and Dame Elisa­beth was the driving force behind the annual $100,000 McClelland Award for sculptors. Throwing its support behind McClelland is the new citizen lobby group Frankston Community Coalition, formed to get a better deal for Frankston from the two major political parties in the run-up to the state election at the end of November. Its convenor, former Frankston mayor

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Christine Richards, said the group had six issues that needed urgent solutions including “the funding crisis facing McClelland”. She said McClelland was a cultural asset for all Victorians. “It is the foremost national arts institution promoting and exhibiting sculpture in Australia. Displaying 112 sculptures in an Australian bush landscape setting, McClelland is a unique and much-loved community and artistic asset visited by up to 150,000 visitors a year who pay no entry fee. “It is the second-most popular gallery outside Melbourne and one of Frankston’s most-visited tourist venues.” Ms Richards said McClelland’s five staff presented educational, community and public programs that combined art with nature, and the gallery hosted four active arts and craft groups. “The elegant gallery and well-managed surrounds provide a strong contradiction to those who run down the image of Frankston,” she said. “Like many galleries, McClelland receives some state government funding through Arts Victoria, but the funding underrates its popularity.” She said McClelland Gallery received $110,000 from Arts Victoria in 2012 when 128,000 people visited the gallery. “Heide Museum of Modern Art in Bulleen received $1.42 million and had 75,000 visitors.” Sculpture was an important part of arts culture and deserved more recognition, she said. In the lead-in to the state election, “we will be asking all major parties to secure the future funding of McClelland Gallery”. New era: McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery deputy director Lyn Johnson outside the gallery in Langwarrin. McClelland is seeking new sources of funds after it lost the support of Dame Elisabeth Murdoch when she died just over a year ago. Picture: Gary Sissons


Monarch bumped at berth THERE was slight inconvenience awaiting her majesty’s arrival in Melbourne last Wednesday when it was discovered her normal place to stay was pre-booked. The majesty in question was the cruise ship Queen Mary 2, which found itself unceremoniously bumped for a berth at Station Pier by Celebrity Solstice. Although the 345-metre Queen Mary 2 is the largest cruise ship to use Australian waters, the Port of Melbourne Corporation said it would honour the earlier booking by Celebrity Solstice (115 metres), moving the monarch to the more industrial Webb Dock. Both cruise ships came and went on the same day, moving south past bayside beaches toward The Heads at sunset. The second visit of the Queen Mary 2 this year is part of a record cruise ship season ending in May bringing about 200,000 passengers and crew to Melbourne. “It’s important to give certainty to the cruise lines using Station Pier that we will honour their booking,” port chief executive Nick Easy said. “We appreciate it is a highly unusual circumstance but Webb Dock is the only alternative berth available given the requirement to accommodate a 345-metre vessel.” Mr Easy said it was worth making the extra effort for Queen Mary 2. “Working collaboratively with Cunard and Patrick Ports and Stevedoring, which will play a key role on the day, the port corporation continues to ensure Melbourne benefits from the vibrant cruise tourism sector estimated to generate about $1 million to the Victorian economy for each cruise ship visit,” he said. Keith Platt

Industrial outlook: Passengers on Queen Mary 2 found themselves alongside a car carrier at Webb Dock while those aboard Celebrity Solstice enjoyed the cruise ship comforts of Station Pier. Pictures: Gary Sissons

EPA order on wine effluent THE Environment Protection Authority ordered Massoni Wines in Dromana’s industrial estate to repair and service its wastewater treatment plant after dark red effluent was allegedly released several times into a stormwater drain that runs into Sheepwash Creek. The order followed complaints from residents mid-February that a factory in Brasser Ave was discharging a substance. A spokesperson for the EPA said the wine company had completed maintenance on its plant in early March. Monitoring put in place would prevent further discharges. The factory’s treatment plant discharge diversion valve was found to be defective and had allowed water used during wine production to escape into the stormwater system. Massoni Wines winemaker Phillip Kettle told The News he would not disclose the company’s dealings with the EPA. “Look, we’re in the middle of pressing and all I want to say is that we comply with all government regulations,” he said. The alleged discharges occurred at least twice during February when the flow of the creek was very low after several weeks of dry conditions. The discharge occurred less than 2 kilometres from the mouth of the creek where it runs into Port Phillip at Safety Beach. It entered the creek via a stormwater drain near the corner of Collins Rd and Mornington Peninsula Freeway’s bridge over Nepean Highway. One of the complainants, who did not want to be named, said it appeared a large volume of red wine-coloured waste had ended up in the creek. “At this time of year when flow rates are low, the waste stayed in the creek, causing an intense smell and probably damaging any aquatic life. “This is at least the third such discharge in the past 6 months.” Mike Hast

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Cardinal with his Abbott, a portrait of Cardinal George Pell and now Prime Minister Tony Abbott. The Bald Archy Prize was created in 1994 and attracts artists of all standards and styles. It encourages portraits ranging from hilarious to vulgar. Winning subjects have included Kerry Packer, Amanda Vanstone, Edmund Capon, Shane Warne, Dame Edna Everage, John Howard and Pauline Hanson, Robbie and Gai Waterhouse, Rupert Murdoch, Jeff Kennett, and Ian Thorpe. The comic portraits are shown in Canberra before being taken on tour in eastern Australia. An art critic wrote last year: “The satirical side of this event has its basis in the irreverent, larrikin Australian comic comment, with great appeal to people from all walks of life, the reason why the exhibition of finalists keeps breaking attendance records wherever it is shown.” Mike Hast

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Respected resident departs; fire brigade thanked with donations Compiled by Matt Vowell From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 21 March 1914 MR Andrew McLellan, a highly esteemed and popular resident, was on Saturday night last entertained by the townspeople of Mornington in the Mechanics Institute, and presented with a handsome writing desk and a valuable Rotherhain gold watch, suitably inscribed. Cr J. D. Grover (president of the Shire) presided, and spoke in glowing terms of their honoured guest, who was leaving Mornington to go into business with his brother, Mr Adam McLellan, M.L.A., of Melbourne. The Hon A. Downward, M.L.A., Mr W. S. Cook, Crs T. Male, A. E. Bates, and other prominent residents expressed regret in losing such a highly esteemed and popular citizen, and, as one speaker remarked, Mr McLellan was looked upon as the father of Mornington, for in sickness or in trouble his services were always sought and cheerfully given, and in every public movement, Mr McLellan was ever foremost. *** THE secretary of the Frankston fire brigade desires to acknowledge with thanks, donations of £6.3s from Sir John Madden, and £1 from Mr Plummer towards the funds of the brigade. The above gentlemen are highly pleased with the assistance rendered by the brigade during the recent fires. *** OWING to pressure of our space we are compelled to hold over several contributions to our letter box, and other items of interest. *** A FIRST class concert in aid of the

funds of the Frankston Brass Band, will be held in the Mechanic’s Hall on Wednesday next, March 25th. During an interval, the balance sheet of the band for the past 12 months will be submitted. *** THE committee formed at the last Water Conference to go into the question of rating met on Friday last, and their report will be submitted at the next conference. The report of the engineer is now prepared, and copies will be printed for distribution before the next conference is held. *** THE fifteenth half yearly meeting of the Langwarrin Progress Association was held in the vestry of the Methodist church on Monday evening, March 9th. There was a fair attendance of members and the president Mr J. Archibald occupied the chair. The report for the half year was a very satisfactory one, and showed that good work had been carried out by the working bees, lectures had been arranged for and given by Mr Rintoral, the English poultry expert, on matters of great importance to poultry keepers, and by Mr C. D. Sampson, the American fruit packing expert, on the successful packing and marketing of fruit. A very enjoyable social was also tendered to Cr Lloyd to celebrate his return for the third time as the representative of this district in the Cranbourne shire council. Other matters of importance to the district had also been attended to, and altogether the work carried out by the association showed that it was a valuable factor in the district. So much so that it was imperative that everyone in

the district should join and help on materially the good that was being done. Owing to four members having left the district, the membership had declined to that extent. The balance sheet showed that a good amount had

It is with much pleasure that I can now announce that the letter box at the Langwarrin Railway Station will shortly be cleared at 5:30 p.m by the guard of the train running through at about that time. been expended for the term, leaving a small credit balance. The election of officers resulted as follows:- President, Mr J. Archibald. Vice president, Mr H. Oates. Hon. Secretary, Mr C. W. Murray. Treasurer, Mr P. J. Murray. Committee: Mr C. J. Corlett. Mr J. Corlett, Mr Eliott. Mrs W. Oates, Mr A. J. Clarke, Mr S. Lloyd, Mr C. Stowe. Auditors: Messrs A. J. Clark

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and J. Corlett. Mr Archibald and Mr Murray were highly complimented on the successful manner in which each had carried out their respective duties for the term and the President suitably responded. A coffee supper provided by the ladies, and to which full justice was done, brought the proceedings to a close, not, however, before a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the ladies for so thoughtfully providing the supper. *** THE anniversary services of the Methodist church were celebrated on Sunday March 15th, and the two services held in the afternoon and evening were especially well attended. The Rev Copeland conducted the afternoon service and Mr E. J. Stranger, the evening. Both to an appreciative congregation. On the following evening, Monday, a very enjoyable concert was held, performers for which not only embraced local talent, but also 6 visitors from Melbourne, Frankston, and Cranbourne. *** IT is with much pleasure that I can now announce that the letter box at the Langwarrin Railway Station will shortly be cleared at 5.30 p.m. by the guard of the train running through Langwarrin to Melbourne at about that time. This will prove a great boom to all residents, thanks for which will be gratefully felt by the humble person, who contributes voluntarily most of the items of this districts news, and for which he sometimes receives more kicks than coppers. *** THE Somerville Show was formally

opened by Sir Frank Madden, who, while expressing the great pleasure it gave him to be present, said that he was amazed to see the improvement in the district. There had been a marvellous development on the best lines, and Somerville had made its name known all over the world. There was more to be done, however, and he advised the younger fruitgrowers to find out every possible wrinkle regarding the growing of fruit, the markets. etc., and told them not to stop till they were at the top. It gave him pleasure to declare the show open, and he wished it every success. *** ON Saturday next, the French Island Cricket Club will visit Tyabb, and try conclusions with the local team. The secretary would like as many of the local ladies who can attend in the afternoon, and kindly assist with the serving of afternoon tea. *** I WISH to endorse all the recommendations made by “Fair Play” in your last issue. The Eramosa road is certainly a disgrace to the Shire and the Councillors. It may interest a few of your readers to know that there were only two loads of metal put on one mile of this road during the past two years, which I think constitutes a record for a main road. A better system for the inspection of the roads ought to be made. I will readily offer my services to take the Councillors along this road in a cart, dray, or wagon, on a tour of inspection, but not in an automobile as it might strain its mechanism trying to force its way through the impassable wastes.

Don’t miss the Red Hill Show By Diane Baxter WHAT better way to spend some leisurely fun hours than a day at the 86th Red Hill Show – 8.30am-5pm Saturday 22 March? There will be so much to see and do for all the family. As well as attending the show you can enter one of the many sections. The sections are: alpacas and fleece, art, black and coloured sheep, cattle, cooking, craft, dog high scramble, flowers, fruit, miniature goats, photography, poultry, rats, stud sheep, vegetables, woodchop and junior classes There are several classes within the alpaca section. The art section includes decorating a totem pole. Poles must be no more than two metres high and 15 centimetrs in diameter but can be decorated in any way – paint, mosaic, collage or other materials. Black and coloured sheep and miniature goats also have multiple classes as does the stud sheep and cattle sections. There is also a young beef handler competition. The cooking section goes from plain scones to cup cakes, boiled fruit cake to gluten free biscuits, and sausage rolls to chocolate crackles. There is a gourmet dip championship, a noncommercial cheese section, homemade wine and jams, preserves and beverages. Craft sections include knitting, crochet, sewing, patchwork, appliqué and quilts, embroidery, dolls and toys, spun wool, alpaca handcraft, woodwork, cut and jewelled eggs and unspecified craft. The flower, fruit and vegetable sections give entrants the chance to present what they have cultivated. Photography includes landscape to pets and animals, abstract to sport/action. Poultry ranges from silkies to Indian runners and bantams to Rhode Island reds. The woodchop also comes with sections. Even the fancy rat show has different classes. Entries in the dog high scramble will be accepted at the secretary’s area on the day of the show. This event will be held in the afternoon after The News Group Grand Parade, which

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Mistaken for The National’s Matt Berninger By Stuart McCullough ART-ROCK ensemble R.E.M. once opined: “That’s me in the corner.” When it comes to attending live music events, not only am I invariably in the corner, but way up the back, wedged against a vending machine and stuck behind someone who’s much taller. Live music is a wonderful thing, but sometimes the idea of seeing a band live doesn’t quite match the actual experience. That’s because seeing a band is an exercise in faith. You go in the hope that it might be an exhilarating, life-changing experience. Mostly though, it’s a really late night from which it takes you the rest of the week to recover. I was in a band before I really started seeing them. At thirteen, I played synthesiser with some older people. It sounds incredibly cool but, in truth, I was terrified of playing a dud note. Not long after, I was in a band with kids my own age including my younger brother. One of our earliest gigs was supporting a band called The Switch. They were older and American and we were awestruck. To them, we would have looked like we’d just finished work at Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Somewhere, I have a tape of that apocryphal performance. It’s just a couple of minutes but, believe me, it’s more than enough. The song in question begins with an atmospheric synthesiser overture before – gulp – a spoken word introduction. It gets worse. Whilst the first part of the song is performed in near darkness, when the band kicks in, the guy at the desk wakes up and we are bathed in light.

matic right of way. The third rule is that, no matter how tall you are, someone taller will stand in front of you. You could be as tall as Chinese basketball giant Yao Ming and drop in to catch a set by your favourite band and still end up with someone obstructing your view. For some reason, I always have a lousy view when I go to see bands. Even if I arrive early and use fluorescent traffic cones to cordon off a space that’s stage centre, I invariably find myself shuffled like a dud card to somewhere down the back of the venue. Although I’m always pressed up against the emergency exit, I have a friend who has an uncanny gift to find her way to the very front no matter how crowded. We once arrived at Festival Hall to find it stuffed like a cocktail olive. Within seconds, she had vanished into the crowd, weaving her way towards the front. My brother and I remained where we were. For some reason, the crowd seemed unwilling to let us pass and resented our attempts to do so. Perhaps they thought we were pushing in. Maybe they had seen the video of us supporting The Switch and wanted to teach us a lesson. Either way, they had a point. There’s a band I like called The National. They play a literate brand of baritone art rock that appeals to me greatly. That the band members are all my age probably helps. It is music for the head, as well as the heart. When they announced they were touring Melbourne, our friend Dr J got tickets. When we arrived at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, I immediately

Like looking into a mirror: The National singer and Stuart McCullough doppleganger Matt Berninger.

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headed for my usual position along the back fence behind the recycling bins. However, it seems Dr J had managed to secure tickets in row ‘N’, right smack-bang in the middle. I could see the stage. I could even see the people on the stage. It was an experience that was so strange, so novel that I barely knew what to do with myself. After two hours of exhilarating music, all of which I saw as well as heard, the concert reached something of a crescendo. It was then that lead singer, Matt Berninger, threw himself into the audience and, with microphone in hand, began making his way through the crowd. As the song went on he drew ever closer until he began to stroll down row ‘N’ in our direction. The people to my left celebrated by groping him, filming the assault on a mobile phone. As he squeezed past me, I applied ‘public toilet rules’ in which I did everything humanly possible to avoid actual physical contact. Matt Berninger, obviously appreciative of my efforts not manhandle him, looked up. Not only were we the same age, but the same height also, both with a beard and glasses, except Matt Berninger looked every inch the rock star and I looked like I’d just been to Bunnings. In a strange way, it was like looking at a novelty mirror. Whether it was glimpse of the road less travelled or just a great night out matters little. I’m just grateful that there are people not unlike me who are making great music. And that I ever got close enough to realise it for myself. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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Doggies dance over Sharks PROVINCIAL

By IT Gully MORNINGTON was in the box seat to turn years’ of disappointment into a year of great achievement in the MPCA Provincial grand final. The Doggies have been the most consistent side in the competition this season and went into the match against Sorrento as favourite. Meanwhile, the Sharks were looking to make amends for their poor showing against Peninsula Old Boys the season before in the big dance. In that match against the Old Boys,

the Sharks were bowled out for 133 chasing 197. History seemed to set to repeat itself on the first day of the 2013/14 grand final, with Sorrento up against it at 8/120 off 56 overs before rain put a stop to the day’s play. The Sharks’ only source of hope could be to draw on last year’s final when they had POB reeling at 8/123 before the Old boy’s Trevor Johnson went on to make 59 to help his side to 197 and victory. On Saturday, the Sharks won the toss and elected to bat.

Despite heavy rain prior to the match at Dromana Reserve, the ground was playing well but was still slippery under foot. Luke Popov and Michael Heib took the new ball for the Dogs and were right on target early. Nick Jewell opened the batting with Jedd Falck and while Falck was scratchy, Jewell belted a short Heib ball to the boundary with a classic pull shot off the first delivery he faced. The Mornington fieldsmen were up and about and their efforts in the field were first class, a number of cracking

Jewell shots stopped without a run being made. Both Popov and Heib were swinging the ball away from the left-handed Falck and into Jewell. Sorrento quickly fell to 2/22 after Popov got rid of Falck and Heib knocked over Liam O’Connor before he could add to the scoreboard. Mornington skipper Matt Foon then rattled the pegs of Jewell with his second delivery of the day, and when Leigh Poholke became Popov’s second victim after a blinding one-handed catch at fine gully, the Sharks were

reeling at 4/30 from just 13 overs. Anthony Blackwell, who averages just eight in finals, needed a big score to get his side back in the contest. He top scored with 26 but that wasn’t enough. Chris King contributed 17. At the end of play, Nick Davern was unbeaten on 23, with AJ King at the other end. AJ’s highest score this season was seven. Davern has already passed his highest score of 16, which happened to be against Mornington in round seven. Popov finished day one with 3/27, while Foon finished with 3/28.

Two flags in three seasons for Pines DISTRICT

By IT Gully A MAGNIFICENT spell of fast bowling from Pines opening quick Brett Remy placed his side in the box seat to win the MPCA District flag. In front of a massive crowd at Mornington’s Alexandra Park, Pines rolled Delacombe Park for just 94 in 52.5 overs on Saturday, before finishing the afternoon themselves on 0/37. The evergreen Remy, who seems to threaten retirement every season, bowled 21 overs against Delacombe Park. Remy finished with the more than tidy figures of 5/33, including 10 maidens. When he took his fifth wicket, his figures were 5/11 from 14 overs. The Parkers were never in the contest, losing wickets at quick intervals.

Jon Gurthrie was rolled for a duck by Nick Wilcox after facing 20 balls and, although Nick Christides’ first two scoring shots found the boundary, he was rolled for 13. After eight overs, Delacombe Park was 2/13. They then struggled to 5/42 from 28 overs. Joel Malcolm scored 13, Chris Brittain seven, Simon Dignan eight and Andrew Christides was out for a duck. Ben Brittain (13) and Shane Deal offered a little bit of resistance in the middle order, taking the score from 6/43 in the 30th over to 6/70 at tea. Brett Chard made a handy 17 at the end, while Varun Singh scored nine, but it wasn’t enough to push the score beyond 100. Chasing just 95 for victory, Pines resumed on day two at 0/37, Remy unbeaten on 21 and Rhys Chalkley on 16 not out.

Third time lucky for Hillmen in final SUB-DISTRICT

By IT Gully AFTER years of heartache, it appears Red Hill has finally kicked the monkey off its back. Going into the grand final against Rosebud as hot favourites, the Hillmen had to put seasons of failed attempts behind them to place themselves in a position to taste the ultimate reward. The Hillmen have lost their past two grand finals against Pines and Seaford Tigers. And despite rain interruptions throughout the day’s play, the Hillmen were able to set-up their win with a sensational opening day of batting. After winning the toss and batting at Pearcedale Reserve, the Hillmen got away to a flier, with openers Andrew Mock and Ken Sullivan putting on 84. Sullivan was the attacking batsman in the opening stand and lost his wicket a short time after Mock (25) for 51. That brought Rheede Hopgood and Simon Dart to the crease together within a short space of time.

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Hopgood was the aggressor in that partnership and with Dart, helped take the score from 2/84 to 181 before he was tragically run out for 64. Riley Shaw (six) and Brent Martin (five) didn’t hang around long and at the close of play on Saturday afternoon, the Hillmen were in the box seat at 5/216. With Dart unbeaten on 49 and with Lincoln Toy (two not out) and Andrew Brown and Jamie McCall still to come, the Hillmen are well set up to push 250plus. In anyone’s language, it’s not often a side that scores over 250 in a grand final lose. The Hillmen scored 197 in the grand final last season against Seaford Tigers (7/296), while the year before, the Hillmen were rolled for 99, chasing Pines’ 281. History says Red Hill was in a terrific position on Saturday night. Jason Nagel was the pick of the Rosebud bowlers after the first day with 2/61 from 26 overs. Darren Kerr and Peter Doughty were the other wicket takers.

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Final battle: Action from the Delacombe Park vs Pines District grand final. Pictures: Andrew Hurst


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Clements crowned number 1 for season By IT Gully MORNINGTON run machine Ben Clements was crowned with the Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association’s highest honour last week when he won the W B Wedgewood Medal. Clements (17 votes) polled in seven of the 11 games this season, finishing three votes clear of two allrounders, Long Island’s Scott Phillips and Baxter’s Dale Irving, as well as Sorrento skipper Nick Jewell, who all finished on 14 votes. Crib Point’s Luke Herrington was a further vote back on 13.

Clements scored 1185 runs this season, 806 of them coming in 13 innings in home-and-away matches. This gave him an average of 62 for the season, with a high score of 129 against Mt Eliza in round 3 (he also scored 126 against Heatherhill in round nine). Clements’ lowest score for the season was five against Long Island. He scored 40 in the second innings of that match. Clements also scored plenty of runs in the Jack Peacock Cup, including knocks of 99, 70, 84 and 118. District

In District ranks, Delacombe Park teammates Chris Brittain and Jon Guthrie drove each other to the line in a tight and tense medal count. But the skipper, Brittain, finally nudged out the opening batsman to win the E G Betts Medal. Brittain polled in six games to give him 15 votes while Guthrie was just one vote back after polling in five matches. Seaford star Damien Lawrence was third in the count on 13 votes while Shaun Foster (Carrum) and Corey Hand (Seaford Tigers) both polled 12 votes.

Brittain scored 407 runs this season with a highest score of 104 against Baden Powell in Round nine. His batting average was 36.45. He also snared 39 wickets at an average of 9.10. His best bowling figures were 6/36 against Hastings in Round four. Sub District In the Subbies, Red Hill star Simon Dart was a raging-hot favourite for the Robert Thompson Award and won it with 14 votes. Dart tipped out Dromana’s Danny Timmer and Balnarring’s Mark Walles, who both polled 11 votes.

Rosebud’s Jason Nagel, along with Paul Bradley (YCW), Glenn Collett (Red Hill), Jacob Cook (Balnarring) and Shayne Gillings (Pearcedale) all polled 10 votes. Dart scored 608 runs this season and picked-up 12 wickets. He scored his first century (111) of the season in the final home-and-away game against YCW. He then backed it up with 135 in the semi-final. He averaged 67.44 for the season. His best bowling was against Dromana in round one when he snared 5/11 from eight overs but he didn’t bowl beyond round eight.

Players still on the move FOOTBALL

By Toe Punt WITH only a couple of weeks before the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League season opens, there are still plenty of player movements. Pearcedale will be devastated that both Rohan Hensby and Chris Swan have applied for clearances to head to the Goulburn Valley League. Hensby and Swan arrived from Tasmania a few years ago and have been sensational additions to the Panthers. The defender and midfielder will be big losses and come on the back of the loss of underrated Glenn Anderson, who is heading to the Ellinbank League. Nick Watersone is the latest player

to want out of Tyabb after applying for a clearance to Bonbeach, while Warren Hubbard also wants out. Red Hill has picked up promising former Mornington player Rhys McConville-Brain. Darren Booth has finally applied for a clearance from Rye to head back to Mt Eliza. The Demons knew at the end of last season that the star defender would be heading home. Hastings meanwhile has picked up Jarryd Elton from Tooradin. The Blues have also snared Karingal speedster Dale Alainis, a very dangerous small forward. From all reports, the Blues’ practice-match form has been superb. Meanwhile, there’s been talk for a few years about when Seaford gun Brayden Irving would join his

brothers at Frankston to play VFL. He has made the move this year, coming as a major blow for the Tigers. Bonbeach is adding some depth, none bigger than former Melbourne and Brisbane Lion player Travis Johnstone. Harley Ambrose is the latest player to want out of Karingal, joining the likes of Sam McGarry, Chris Hay, Brendan Dunne, David and Tim Hirst, Callan Dixon, Stephen Charalambous, Daniel Noble, Dale Alainis, Jared Eames, Ryan Jenke, Jack Johnson, Kane McKenzie, Anthony Joel and James Tyquin. Finally, clever and talented Mornington forward/midfielder James Cameron is going to try his luck in the VFL.

Premiers: Dromana clinched the MPNFL flag last season. Picture: Andrew Hurst

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The Sober Mule Café, situated within the Peninsula Homemaker Centre, Nepean Highway, has been a local favourite, offering a wide range of goods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Praised widely for its friendly staff and great service, The Sober Mule Café offers a range of services from welcomed walk-ins to take out and delivery, and prides itself on its family

HOME Innovations is proud to be hosting the Mornington Peninsula Kitchen & Bathroom Expo on Saturday 22 March. If you are building your dream home or renovating for a new look, the most important rooms to get just right is the kitchen and bathroom - so don’t miss this event! There will be a $1000 Masters Vouchers, door prizes, giveaways and enormous show specials on everything you need to make your kitchen & bathroom beautiful. Home Innovations will have special guest Keith “The Blockinator” Schleiger, straight from The Block to join in the fun and festivities. He will be taking part in the BlocKwiz Challenge at 11am to find the Peninsula’s Biggest

friendly environment, its range of great food and drinks, and its wholesome atmosphere. Whether you’re just passing through, looking for a light lunch and drink, or coming in to enjoy its impressive range, service, and atmosphere for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, The Sober Mule Café caters for all and will surely fill all your dining needs. To contact the Sober Mule, call 5973 5211 or visit their Facebook page.

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Exceptional service, excellent quality and value for money BEDSHED Mornington stocks a huge range of bedroom furniture and acessories, including bed linen. It stocks all the leading brands including Sealy, Beautyrest, Sleepmaker, Tempur, Linen House and many more. Bedshed has two large warehouses with plenty of stock ready to deliver to your home. When you choose a bedroom suite at Bedshed, 95 per cent of the time you’ll have it within a week. Bedshed takes pride in being a family-owned and operated business. It employs nine local people to staff the store and warehouse.

Bedshed was the first bedding shop to open in the Peninsula Homemaker Centre and the business has gone from strength to strength and is still growing strongly. “There is always new product arriving,” said one of the owners Alan (pictured below). “In the past month alone we’ve had five or six new bedroom suites arrive.” Alan and co-owner Elton and the staff of Bedshed Mornington guarantee an excellent quality product and great value for money. Experienced staff offer prompt, efficient and friendly service seven days a week; with late trading on Friday nights.

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Cosy up with OZ Design IT’S time to get cosy this Autumn in style with OZ Design Furniture. Their latest collection of furniture and homewares embraces sleek design, innovation, warmth with natural timbers combined with plush relaxed fabric to bring you the must have furniture pieces for the season. From classic to contempo to our most popular coastal looks, the new collections offer

something for all to fall in love with to create beautiful living spaces for years of comfort and enjoyment. Visit and talk to one of their friendly team members today at the Mornington Homemaker Centre, Showroom D4, 1124 – 1132 Nepean Highway. Visit www.ozdesignfurniture.com.au for further information.

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