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Subdivide or sell By MELISSA MEEHAN FOR Lang Baulch’s parents, the ability to subdivide their property is the difference between staying in the community and being forced to move away. The Mount Evelyn resident says without the ability to split their land, they have no other choice. This week Yarra Ranges residents should have received a letter from the council asking for their views in relation to possible changes to the Low Density Residential Zone proposed by the State Government. The changes would reduce the minimum subdivision size for new lots from 4000 square metres (one acre) to 2000 square metres (half an acre) pro-

vided the lot is connected to reticulated sewerage and not a septic system. The application for a subdivision would still need to go to council and be granted a permit. Mr Baulch said while only seven per cent of homes in the Yarra Ranges would be able to take advantage of the changes, it was important that the council supported it. “It wouldn’t affect neighbourhood character,” he said. “But it would allow for more continuity in terms of towns.” He said in some towns there were smaller lots beside bigger properties that were scattered through the Ranges. “For example in Old Hereford Road in Mount Evelyn, there are many

smaller lots beside my parents’ place,” he said. “So for them to subdivide, it would only mean one extra house and wouldn’t affect the neighbourhood.” He said it was important that these changes were passed, saying that it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity for it to happen. “We have an aging population, especially in Mount Evelyn,” he said. “To be able to give these older residents an opportunity to be able to stay in their community, keep their links with friends and family, without causing any real changes to the neighbourhood - I think it’s a wonderful idea.” Upwey resident and man about town Peter Marke said the proposed

changes were an excellent idea. “Hopefully it will enable older people to divide their property and stay here - it’s certainly a fantastic idea,” he said. “It’s good for Upwey, at least in terms of sustainability for the town.” He said Upwey and other towns were crying out for something like this, and now that the council had the opportunity they should take it with both hands. “Unfortunately the size of the allotments are still a little big,” he said. “There are only a few larger blocks that it applies to. “Where it applies is a good thing. But the council needs to take it a step further.

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60th shines of diamonds By REBECCA BILLS AFTER five years of WW2 service, including time in Papua New Guinea, Allan Thompson’s sister Faye decided it was time he found a wife. And after bringing various friends home she thought Mr Thompson might like his now wife, Alice. She was the one who caught his eye and over a half a century later still has his heart. Married in 1954, the couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last Thursday. “We were married in a little bluestone church in central Victoria where I was from,” Mrs Thompson said. “Being married in a church, I promised God that I would love Allan and look after him until Picture: ROB CAREW the day I die.

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“So that’s what I thought I would do. It hasn’t been a great problem.” The Silvan South couple said after five children and losing count of the number of grandchildren, they live a simple life on the farm they have had together all their married life. Mr Thompson said he moved to Wiseman Street in Silvan South 89 years ago with his family at age four. “We moved up here from Sandringham onto a bush block on top of the hill - I’ve been here ever since,” he said. Mrs Thompson says one of the best things about Mr Thompson is his sense of humour - even though it “has slipped a bit in recent years”. “You need lots of love and patience for it to last this long,” she said.

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POLICE are pleading with motorists to lock their cars, whether parked in the driveway, in your garage or on the street. Lilydale CIU Detective Sergeant Allan Price said that there had been a number of thefts from cars in the Upwey, the 1000 Steps and The Basin areas and said more than 50 per cent of the cars had unlocked doors. “We keep reminding people to do this, but again we find that often the doors aren’t locked and valuables are left in full sight,” Det Sgt Price said. “People need to ensure they are doing all the little things to protect them from thieves.” Anyone with information is asked to contact Lilydale CIU on 9739 2300.

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something, the fear is lessened a lot so we make it a positive, happy experience for them,” she said. Ms Ormrod said the children also learnt some very important life lessons like how to call triple-zero and to never ever touch a found needle.

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Ms Yates said the program also helped students find their place in the community. Mount Evelyn Primary School Assistant Principal Cathy Sanders welcomed the Year 7 students into the school and said the Prep students got a lot out of the program in terms of building relationships with older students. “We have a buddy program here with the Grade 5s so we see that connection with older students really important here,” she said. “One of our school values is that sense of community and extending

BELGRAVE police have charged a 39-year-old Tecoma man with serious assault after three attacks on another man. Leading Senior Constable Dignis Kameon said the attacks left the victim with a broken nose, broken ribs and punctured lungs. The man has been remanded and will face the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court on 13 June.

Take care on roads MOUNT Evelyn police have asked drivers to be careful on wet roads. They have been called to a few crashes when someone has lost control on a bend in wet conditions. Police are also warning drivers at the lights near Wray Crescent to not rush to beat the lights.

Prep students Jessica, Sienna, Riley and Sammi enjoying time reading activities with Year 7 students Kiewa and India.121753 Picture: REBECCA BILLS

Church thieves CALLOUS thieves have broken into a Lilydale church. Lilydale CIU Detective Sergeant Allan Price said the Castella Street St John’s Anglican Church was entered between 2 and 5 June, through an unlocked door. Items stolen include PA equipment, a chalice, crucifix and candlestick holder. Det Sgt Price said that police were investigating a link to a burglary at the nearby Lilydale Historical Society building. Anyone with information is asked to contact Lilydale CIU on 9739 2300 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

beyond the school community to the wider community.” Ms Yates said the Community Connections program was run over the whole year, with one session per week held on a Thursday morning. “Students really love their excursions and getting out of the classrooms,” she said. “They have visited a local fire brigade and volunteered their time washing the trucks and learning about what the CFA do in the community as well as completed an owl walk to learn about the natural environment.”

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Students getting connected YARRA Hills Year 7 students became teachers for the morning at Mount Evelyn Primary School last Thursday. As part of their Community Connections program, the students were partnered with a Prep student at the primary school to participate in reading exercises, as well as running a games activity in the school gym. Yarra Hills teacher Karan Yates said the program was part of a subject initiative at the school that leads into the World of Work program that takes place in the later years of high school. “It’s the first year that Community Connections has run at our school and it is designed to introduce students at a Year 7 level to the variety and diversity of things that exist out in the community that they may or may not be already aware of,” she said. “The program is here to try and increase the students’ awareness of organisations in the community that are acting on behalf of the community.”

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PREP students at Mount Evelyn Christian School became doctors and nurses last Thursday as part of the Hospitals in Schools program. Prep teacher Jan Ormrod said the morning was full of rich learning experiences, including singing and dancing to songs about the body and a trip to the ‘MECS hospital’. “The junior doctors and nurses worked busily to fix the big rag doll patients,” she said. “The complicated surgeries required lots of bandages and bandaids.” Hospital’s in Schools co-ordinator Penny Turner said the program originated from her work at Monash Medical Centre to help children understand what happens in hospitals. “We saw a lot of children who were stressed about coming into hospital and as we were teacher-trained we decided to start a program,” she said. “When I left the hospital I took the program on as my own business. “We saw such a difference when children had had exposure to hospital and things they’d see. There was a big difference when they came into hospital and how they handled it.” Ms Turner says in her visits she discusses equipment children may see when they are in hospital, talks about how they feel about hospitals and tries to alleviate any unnecessary fear that

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Reconciliation and moving on SOME years have passed since I last wrote on Reconciliation in the Mail papers, but a quick glance over the five years that I did write, brought my thoughts together for this article. I started writing not long after the genesis of the push that led to former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s apology in the Australian Parliament and the huge march for reconciliation across the Bolte Bridge. In ’02, I joined the Worawa Aboriginal College in Healesville as chaplain, and in ���07, committed to work with the shire on their Reconciliation Committee.

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on since the ‘first flush’ of action had subsided, I wrote with a view to get things moving again so I wrote about forgiveness in general for life relationships and the fact that that needed to be worked out between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. In ’05 I encouraged readers to take ‘The Next Step’, followed by ‘It is a Challenge’ in ’06, looking at practical ways through. Then in ’08, an article on ‘The Mechanics of Reconciliation’, things that mechanically needed to be done to help reconciliation have the necessary legs to ‘walk’ with, and I finished that article with a great footy

Community Diary Raising Money UPPER Yarra Community College Senior VCAL students are holding a barbecue to raise funds for Civilians in War - Red Cross, at the Yarra Junction Newsagency on Friday 13 June, from 11am to 1.30pm.

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coach’s famous words, in brief, “DO SOMETHING” (these articles can be accessed via www.focalpoint.org.au Mail Articles). Given that I believe true reconciliation needed to start with the young, a Primary Schools Indigenous Forum was set up with many local schools signing up. Of course this is going to take time to filter through - 10, 15 or 20 years before these young people will stand tall for and with Indigenous Australians as they are faced with social and community responsibility. So where are we now? Much work is continuing through various groups

and bodies in conjunction with the shire. A new framework for action has been instigated by the shire to take us to 2023. Much of this work is centering on the Indigenous way of communicating through culture, art and dance. Culture is seen to be fundamental to identity and art and dance as part of that helps strengthen ties with the land. We have come a long way in the last 15 years but we have a long way to go. Let us not get frustrated with an unseen destiny we dream about and plan for over the horizon, rather let us continue to be fellow travellers encouraging and supporting each other - on the journey.

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Independent in election contest By JESSE GRAHAM A HEALESVILLE businessman and philanthropist has thrown his hat into the ring for the November State Election, announcing as an Independent candidate. The Mail can reveal that, as of today (Tuesday 10 June), Healesville’s Bruce Argyle will be an Independent candidate for the electorate of Eildon. Mr Argyle said that his aim was to emulate the election campaign of Indi Federal MP Cathy McGowan, who led a grassroots campaign last year to unseat then-MP Sophie Mirabella. He said he believed residents in the area had been “disillusioned” with the major parties in recent times. “People are looking for a strong community voice someone who actually consults with, listens to and represents their views, rather than toeing the party line,” he said. A member of the Save Healesville Hospital Action Group (SHHAG), Mr Argyle said the hospital would be one of the focuses of his campaign in the Healesville region. SHHAG Chair and Yarra Ranges Mayor Fiona McAllister - speaking personally and not on behalf of the council said she supported Mr Argyle’s nomination as a candidate. “I know Bruce will listen to people, consult with the com-

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Vision of a Great Forest By KATH GANNAWAY Bruce Argyle has announced as an independent candidate Picture: ROB CAREW for the Eildon electorate. 121632 munity and be a strong and intelligent voice for us at the state level,” she said. Other key issues include campaigning for more uniformity in speed signs along the Warburton highway, and putting pressure on the current government to expedite the gas supply pipeline. Public transport through the area was mentioned as a platform by Mr Argyle, though he said that he wanted to meet community members before making “rash promises”. However, he said that his full platform on issues would be developed after consulting with community members in each town in the electorate. He said that, even if he was

defeated in the election, he aimed to put important local issues firmly in the spotlight for the major parties, and to try to put on the pressure to generate improvements. The electorate of Eildon will be a new seat at this year’s election, taking in areas of the former electorates of Seymour and Gembrook in the Yarra Valley. Mr Argyle will be running against current Seymour MP, Cindy McLeish and Labor candidate, Sally Brennan. The Victorian Greens Party has not announced a candidate for the electorate. For more information on Mr Argyle’s policies, visit www. bruceargyle.com.au or email community@argyles.com.au.

NATIONAL Geographic Conservationist of the Year Jean Thomas called for a new type of dialogue between the logging industry and environmentalists at a meeting in Warburton last week. The public meeting hosted by Warburton Environment on World Environment Day, 5 June, put forward the vision and imperatives for the creation of a Great Forest National Park (GFNP) to protect the endangered Leadbeater’s Possum, carbon stocks and water supplies and to lower the risk of bushfires. The proposal would add 355,000 hectares of forest to the existing reserve of 170,000 hectares across Central Highlands. Ms Thomas, a Yarra Valley resident, was one of several speakers including My Environment president Sara Rees, Dr

Chris Taylor of the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at Melbourne University, and Andrew Cox from the National Parks Association. “I stand here today as a conservationist, but also with respect for the logging industry,” she said. She drew a parallel with the work she and husband, Jim Thomas, did in Papua New Guinea where she said traditional hunting had put the Tenkile, a tree kangaroo on the edge of extinction. By providing the village populations with alternatives, and by working with them, she said people had stopped hunting the Tenkile and reversed its fate. “We said we respect the fact that you have been doing this for hundreds of years, but you are at a crossroads,” she said of the approach they took in PNG. “To just say you can’t do this

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These coats are the most By KATH GANNAWAY A COAT drive that has put hundreds of winter coats out into Yarra Valley communities has been an overwhelming success. The idea started in March, when Kerrie Siddle and the team at Yarra Valley Innate Chiropractic in Yarra Junction put out a call for coats. They flooded in, in a variety of shapes, colours, sizes and materials - but all, according to Ms Siddle in great condition. Ms Siddle, along with Dr Chloe Whiting and Dr Fiona Tadich delivered the coats to HICCI in Healesville, ADRA at the Redwood Centre in Warburton, LinkC in Yarra Junction, River Valley Centre in Millgrove and The Chapel in Castella Street, Lilydale. “The response really surprised us. We got hundreds of coats and have been overwhelmed by how generous everyone has been,” Ms Siddle said. While Innate is not taking in any more coats, they are topping up their distribution points and, with a lot of winter still ahead, are urging people to call in and choose a coat - no charge! Julia Sherar and Fiona Gilsenan from ADRA said they had noticed the turnover of coats over the past few weeks, indicating the Innate idea had

Letters Trees of trouble

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AS YET another tree falls on the road, a significant enough event to warrant an interruption to ABC programming and a five kilometre tail-back on the Healesville-Kooweerup Road (luckily, noone was injured) isn’t it time the council reviewed its policy on roadside vegetation? The last time a similar incident occurred, your paper quoted a council official saying there were approximately five million roadside trees in the shire. That may be correct, however, the two or three hundred that are leaning at precarious angles all over the road are the ones that cause me concern. When they fall, it won’t be upwards. I am no arborist, but I do know that the canopy replicates the root system and when the root system is denied its natural water source (by bitumen) it reaches out and so does the drip line, thus making the tree lopsided and unstable. I am not proposing a complete clearing of roadside vegetation, just a common sense approach. Before any friends of a green persuasion write to decry my proposal and label me as a redneck, I have a water tank, solar, recycle and consider myself an environmentalist - one with common-sense. Aubrey Brough, Millgrove.

WITH the demise of the car industry and subsequent job losses, many people are asking why? Why nothing was done to save them? Why nothing was done to support them? Why the industry got itself in such a state? When I take a stroll down behind the Anderson Street Council headquarters in Lilydale, I ask myself why with at least seven local dealerships within 800 metres, the wrap-arounds on the number plates on the council-owned vehicles (our vehicles) advertise a German manufacturer, purchased from another shire, a vehicle purchased in Werribee and several other imported cars purchased outside the shire. I ask myself why, when the local dealerships are paying thousands and thousands of dollars in rates, the local council does not support them. I ask myself why, when the local dealerships are employing local ratepayers, the council does not support them. I ask myself why I am bothering to write this letter as the only result will be the council will probably remove the wrap-arounds and carry on ignoring the very hand that feeds them. Aubrey Brough, Millgrove.

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Julia Sherar and Fiona Gilsenan say the coat drive has been warmly welcomed at Warburton. 121740 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY really met a need in the community. Ms Siddle said the success of the campaign had got the team thinking of what they might be able to do around Christmas time, and possibly a blanket drive next winter. In the meantime the Innate

team will hold a ‘thankyou’ afternoon from 1pm to 3.30pm on Saturday, 21 June to show their appreciation for the great response. The afternoon tea will be at the Innate clinic at 2380 Warburton Highway, Yarra Junction.

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I WOULD just like the other people to be aware of a large black BMW with an obnoxious woman driving. I was driving home from Melbourne along the Yarra Glen Road on Thursday, 5 June, at 11.30am. She tailgated me, flashing her lights. I was doing 90km per hour in a 100 zone. Then, just near Zozo’s, she passed me and suddenly slowed down so I had to brake hard, burning rubber or run off the road, my dog flying into the front seat. I went to the Mail to give her number plate to shame her, but it seems I can’t as she would have no right of reply - which I don’t understand. It would be her word against mine. I did not go to the police as “we did not see it so we cannot do anything”. On arriving in Healesville, she was sitting on her own drinking coffee. I know coffee is important, but, sorry ... so is my life. Mandy Barbour, Healesville.

Too commercial I’VE received many emails and comments about the ‘mock-up’ photo of the Healesville Railway Walk (Mail 20 May - Kudos for Path). How it looks very commercial; in fact far too commercial for our town. I’d like to inform everyone who voiced those concerns, it may appear that way in the photo. The cost (financial and time) for a graphic artist to create personal/family oriented pavers just for the ‘mock-up’ photo would just be ridiculous! Just to be sure, don’t wait or hesitate ... get your orders in ASAP. Order forms now available from Shire of Yarra Ranges Healesville link, and in your school newsletter. Robyn Johnson, Healesville.

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Ball of a time with masks By JESSE GRAHAM PUT on your best mask and get ready for a night on the town, because a special mid-winter ball is only weeks away. On Saturday 28 June, the doors to Healesville’s Memo Hall will be opened for mask-wearing dance-goers, for a masquerade ball. The ball will begin at 8pm and run through until 11pm, with seven-piece swing band, Steve Purcell’s Pearly Shells Orchestra, playing three sets of old-time music for visitors to dance to. Michelle Redman is organising the event with Yarra Valley Arts, and said the idea came off the back of Healesville’s 150th birthday organisations. She said the focus of the night was simply to

get dressed up, put on a mask and have a great night out. “The aim is to dance,” she said. “The band hits the first notes and people will swamp (the floor) and dance. “There’s this whole energy about having a really good time, and my aim is to get back to the pure joy of it.” Ms Redman said the event is ‘BYO nibbles’, which pays homage to old-style balls where people would bring some food and drink to enjoy between the band’s sets. She said if the evening was a success, she would like to see the mid-winter ball become an annual event for the town. A workshop to assist residents in making their

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own masquerade mask will be held at the Memo on 14 June from 11.30am-1.30pm, and all ballgoers are invited to come along. Materials for masks will be provided, and Ms Redman and other event organisers will assist people in creating masks, free of charge. The Healesville Mid-winter Masquerade Ball will be held on 28 June from 8pm at Healesville’s Memo Hall. BYO alcohol is not permitted, but alcohol will be available from the venue on the evening. Tickets are $42.50, and bookings are essential - to book tickets visit ach.yarraranges.vic.gov.au or call 1300 368 333. For more information on the ball and other events for Healesville’s 150th birthday, visit www.healesville150.org

Festival hits movie Mecca

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By KATH GANNAWAY

THE CLASSICAL Coomalie concert series will continue in Healesville this weekend, with the third concert bringing together a violinist and a pianist for a special, one-off show. Violinist Trisha Rose will join pianist Melanie Lee for a house concert on Sunday 15 June, beginning at 2.30pm and running through the rest of the afternoon. The duo will be performing a wide range of classics, including Winter by Vivaldi, The Lark Ascending by Vaughan Williams, Meditation from Thais and pieces from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Fitting in with the colder weather, Winter is said to portray the chills of an Italian blizzard contrasted with the warmth of a cosy fireplace. The upcoming concert is the latest instalment in the Concerts at Coomalie series, which will be running until October, featuring a different group or performer playing their speciality instruments. The owners of Coomalie, Brian and Ursula Blake, said they organised the series to help give young professional musicians exposure to a wider audience. According to Mr and Mrs Blake, the benefit is also to the community, which gets to experience classical music in an intimate house-concert setting. Mr Blake said the community had responded well to the concerts, with the first show in March almost filling its capacity with 55 music-loving residents. The capacity of the venue is 60. Entry to the 15 June concert is $25, or $20 for pensioners and full-time students. For more information, or to reserve tickets, call 5962 5350 or email coomalieconcerts11@gmail.com.

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ONE of the main things Yarra Ranges Film Society president Joseph Guthrie is looking forward to this week is catching up with film buffs like himself who come from all over Victoria to the Warburton Film Festival each year. Heading into its fourth decade, the film festival is a pilgrimage for locals and visitors to the Mecca Theatre at the Upper Yarra Arts Centre.

“It’s a bit of a reunion over the three days of people who enjoy the atmosphere and everything Warburton has to offer as well as the films,” Joseph said. The Show Us Your Shorts film competition is in its seventh year with films showing on the Friday and over the weekend before the main films. Highlights this year include the documentary Fall Out based around Neville Shute’s classic On The Beach. Producer Peter Kaufmann and director Law-

By KATH GANNAWAY TWO of Woori Yallock’s high profile community organisations went on show on Saturday 31 May, to highlight what is happening and what’s available to residents in the area. An Open Day and Market hosted by Woori Yallock Community House and Community Radio Yarra Valley FM 99.1 transformed the ‘little’ car park into a market, information and entertainment hub that attracted lots of local interest, and provided the opportunity for groups including the local CFA and Misfits Productions youth theatre and Hoddles Creek Red Cross to tell their story. Yarra Ranges Council O’Shannassy Ward

councillor Jim Child officially opened the event and urged people to take the time to visit the Community House, meet their experienced staff and take advantage of the services they provide. “The Woori Yallock community has kicked a few goals with the wonderful new WYTAG Reserve, the new Hillcrest fire station and many other projects we are working on to make the Woori Yallock community a very vibrant community,” he said. Cr Child also introduced inventor Michael Morrison who was promoting a new BioFuelcell compost system which will be officially launched at Healesville Community Garden on 29 June by celebrity chef Maggie Beer.

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COMING from Disney, Maleficent is an alarmingly dark, mature fairytale – and that’s what m akes it so good. A revisionist take on Disney’s 1959 film Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent gives the title character (played by Angelina Jolie) a tragic backstory as a powerful fairy betrayed and maimed by her lover Stefan (Sharlto Copley). She casts a sleeping curse on Stefan’s daughter Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning) as an act of revenge for this betrayal. Jolie is phenomenal as Maleficent, perfectly balancing vindictiveness, regal dignity and glimmers of compassion. She’s sexy and terrifying, but you deeply sympathise with her painful experience. Fanning is bright and graceful as Aurora, and Cop-

ley is hypnotically sociopathic as King Stefan. After the gutwrenching first act, the film becomes more whimsical. Maleficent gradually bonds with Aurora, as she watches over her to ensure that she survives long enough for the curse to take hold. This may seem like an excessive tonal shift, but it’s all done quite smoothly, and Maleficent’s gradual redemption is uplifting. Maleficent re-examines and renounces the simplistic naivete of early Disney tropes – namely “true love’s first kiss” and absolute evil – and is thus one of the more human, nuanced movies Disney has made in decades. The film also has beautiful visual design (despite some poor CGI) and thrilling, violent battle scenes. Give this movie a chance, or you deserve a prick from a cursed spinning wheel.

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WINTER in the Yarra Valley usually means spending time at home in front of the fire and finding reasons not to go out. But the new management team at Bulong Estate would like you to sit in front of their fire and enjoy chef Steve Wilson’s wonderful winter menu. Steve is classically trained in French cuisine, but describes his food as clean and fresh, with many influences from Asia and other parts of Europe. Steve is very familiar with creating food that complements wine and beer having previously worked at Tarrawarra, Domaine Chandon and the Coldstream Brewery. He is now looking forward to working with long-time winemaker, Matt Carter, and his Upper Yarra wines. New restaurant manager Pete Mathewson has 35 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, starting out as a chef in St Kilda and Fitzroy in the ’80s. He then moved to Richmond to run the Anchor and Hope Tavern. In the late ’90s he moved to the Dandenongs and managed various restaurants in the Belgrave and Olinda area spending the past eight years managing Paperbark Cafe. Pete’s first addition to the Bulong restaurant was a coffee machine. His second addition was a fourth-year apprentice and Gladysdale local, Gemma Smith. Pete said that diners on Fridays at both lunch and dinner can enjoy a two- course meal for $35, and each table will receive a complementary bottle of Estate wine. “If you want to get home in time to see the start of the footy, book for early evening and let us know,” he said.

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MILLGROVE 40 Sherriff CloSe AUCTION Saturday 21st June @ 11am CHARACTER HOME ON 10 ACRES WITH DREAM VIEWS

NEERIM JUNCTION 2940 MAin neeriM roAD AUCTION Saturday 14th June @ 11am ‘UNDER INSTRUCTION FROM STATE TRUSTEES’

This home has been partially renovated, superb living spaces & 4 bedrooms,a brand new kitchen & 2 large bathrooms both not complete. Mostly cleared well fenced land into 2 paddocks plus the house paddock & there’s a picturesque dam. An old shed is ideal for stables or storage. The home has been relocated & whilst it currently has no occupancy permit, here is a unique opportunity to inish it of to your own tastes & enjoy this superb home in this quiet & tucked away location. Contact Tony fanfulla on 0419 870 513 Inspection 11 -11.30am Sat (Photo iD required)

hAnDY firST hoMe BUYer reQUireD!! located in the heart of neerim Junction with panoramic views of surrounding Mountains is this older style home in need of some repair and renovation. Comprising of 3 bedrooms, large country style kitchen, great size living area & nestled on a superb 1400m2 level allotment with truly fantastic views plus a huge shed ideal for a tradie. if you are looking for a project then this property!! Contact Michelle Jones on 0411 085 631 Inspection 10.30 -11am Sat (Photo iD required)

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WOORI YALLOCK 66 ShirleY CreS DON’T THINK; DO!

Price Range $240,000 - $265,000

A great opportunity to purchase this character 3 bedroom cottage style home on over 1300sqm featuring a cosy lounge with both wood heating and reverse cycle air, kitchen/ meals area, full width front verandah looking out over the hoddles Creek. The main bedroom has hardwood looring, walk in robe and provision for an ensuite. There is dual road access, a double carport and just a short stroll to the local primary school and public transport. An ideal starter or investment property. Contact Peter Farrelly on 0417 147 706 or or 5967 1277 Inspection Sat 12 -12.30pm (Photo Id required)

What’s to think about? This property is a 3 bedroom brick veneer home in a lovely position in Woori Yallock set on a spacious block with views. There’s heaps of scope for improvement meaning you’ll build equity quickly. Some work to do but value for money & an excellent investment. So whether you’re a irst home buyer looking to get into the market or an investor looking for a long term option this property is perfect. Call to inspect any time any day. Contact Tony fanfulla on 0419 870 513 or or 5967 1277 Inspection Sat 2 -2.30pm (Photo iD required)

YARRA JUNCTION A RURAL FEEL IN THE HEART OF TOWN

MILLGROVE NEAR NEW CONSTRUCTION!

Price Range $450,000 - $480,000

Price Range $300,000 - $340,000

A gentle rise and long driveway leads to a lovely brick veneer home on ¾ of an acre, comprising of 3 bedrooms plus study. Master has full ensuite with walk-in robe which look over the native gums beyond. 2 other bedrooms have double built in robes and spacious sunny bathroom. Separate living areas enable a large family to spread out. A fully equipped kitchen with tiled dining area & large pant just a stones throw to the heart of Yarra Junction. Contact Tracey Smedley on 0439 679 217 or or 5967 1277 tracey@bellrealestate.com.au

With gorgeous views & oozing period charm is this near new home in a lovely area that is certainly evolving by the day! The 3 bedroom home has been built on a stunning, useable & fully fenced allotment, Tasmanian oak looring to the entrance & living zones, a stylish kitchen with stainless steel electric oven, corner pantry, fabulous outdoor undercover Alfresco dining/living area & beautiful mountain views in the distance.The master with a full ensuite & walk in robe, whilst beds 2 & 3 ofer built in robes & quality carpets. The well Contact Samantha Price on 0438 795 190 or or 5967 1277 samantha@bellrealestate.com.au

Michael Robinson 0418 505 635 28 years

Tracey Smedley 0439 679 217

Peter Robinson 0419 543 341 29 years

Peter Farrelly 0417 147 706 18 years

Michelle Jones 0411 085 631 12 years

bellrealestate.com.au

Sam Price 0438 795 190 5 years

Tony Fanfulla 0419 870 513 15 years

Laird Coulter 0419 007 917 42 years

Jenni Robinson Licensed Agent 14 years

Clare Morse Marketing Manager 9 years

Carly De Graaf Property Manager

Michelle Karanikich Property Manager

Nicky McDonald Property Management

Tegan Ward Property Management

5967 1277

5961 5277

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2457Warburton Hwy,Yarra Junction

1611Warburton HwyWooriYallock

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TreAsureD FAMILY PrOPerTY FOr 100 YeArs 100 ACres (APPrOx) steeped in history and oozing charm this magniicent 100 year old property with full Yarra river frontage is 1 in a million. Quality undulating pasture, 7 well fenced paddocks, old dairy, stables, hayshed plus a 2 meg stock & domestic pumping licence from the river. The established rambling garden full of colour encases a Character 2/3 bedroom cottage with country style kitchen, slow combustion stove, 3 open ireplaces, high ceilings, timber doors, front & rear verandas overlooking the magniicent Mountain ranges & Yarra river. Located just over an hour from Melbourne in the heart of the Yarra Valley this unique piece of history is un like anything you will see & worthy of your inspection!!! sEE property video on www.bellrealestate.com.au

Contact Michelle Jones on 0411 085 631 or 5967 1277 Inspection 2 -2.30pm sat (Photo id required)

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Price range $320,000 -$350,000

Proudly positioned within walking distance to the Yarra river and the Warburton Cafes and restaurants you’ll ind this well maintained 3 bedroom home complete with garage under the roof & carport as well. overlooking the mountains around Warburton in a peaceful street, this delightful home ofers a bright modern kitchen/meals area, wood heating in the lounge plus split-system air-conditioning & built in robes to all bedrooms, plus a large covered rear patio area ideal for kids playing in the wet weather. Contact Laird Coulter on 0419 007 917 or or 5966 2530 laird@bellrealestate.com.au

WOOrI YALLOCk 66 shirLEY CrEs DOn’T ThInk; DO!

Price range $240,000 - $265,000

What’s to think about? This property is a 3 bedroom brick veneer home in a lovely position in Woori Yallock set on a spacious block with views. There’s heaps of scope for improvement meaning you’ll build equity quickly. some work to do but value for money & an excellent investment. so whether you’re a irst home buyer looking to get into the market or an investor looking for a long term option this property is perfect. Call to inspect any time any day. Contact Tony Fanfulla on 0419 870 513 or or 5967 1277 Inspection sat 2 -2.30pm (Photo id required)

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ChArACTer, sPACe & ChArM This gorgeous miner’s style cottage is full of surprises, step inside to ind a huge open plan living area, light & bright with wonderful cathedral ceilings that give a great feeling of space throughout. a delightful kitchen with heaps of cupboard and bench space overlooks the living / dining area. Four roomy bedrooms all with built in robes make this a great family home, step outside to ind a super block with great potential, plentiful play areas and some great spots for that perfect veggie garden. in a wonderful Warburton location a stone’s throw from the beautiful Yarra river, walking track and many cafes.

Contact Laird Coulter on 0419 007 917 or or 59662530 laird@bellrealestate.com.au

Michael Robinson 0418 505 635 28 years

Peter Robinson 0419 543 341 29 years

Peter Farrelly 0417 147 706 18 years

Michelle Jones 0411 085 631 12 years

bellrealestate.com.au

Sam Price 0438 795 190 5 years

Tony Fanfulla 0419 870 513 15 years

Laird Coulter 0419 007 917 42 years

Tracey Smedley 0439 679 217

Jenni Robinson Licensed Agent 14 years

Clare Morse Marketing Manager 9 years

Carly De Graaf Property Manager

Michelle Karanikich Property Manager

Nicky McDonald Property Management

Tegan Ward Property Management

5967 1277

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2457Warburton Hwy,Yarra Junction

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AMAZING VIEWS IN A GREAT LOCATION

YARRA JUNCTION

THIS property sure has a lot to offer. Sitting on approx 1396m2 in the heart of Yarra Junction and boasting gorgeous views of the Warburton Ranges this three bedroom family home offers a feeling of relaxation and contentment. A newly renovated kitchen showcases the mountain vista and offers a very functional layout for the family to gather and enjoy whilst a sunken lounge is overlooked by the meals area and opens to one of two fabulous outdoor entertaining zones. Stacker doors slide open to give an indoor/outdoor living and this overlooks the above ground swimming pool, the gardens below and again the mighty views. Also on offer on this great property is a very handy two-roomed studio/bungalow or a space that would be an ideal home office or hairdressing/beauty salon (STCA). A well thought out yard, with veggie gardens, abundance of fruit trees, a bricked in barbecue, second decked outdoor living and all this within walking distance to schools, shops, public transport and the Warburton Trail.

Inspect: By appointment Price: $300,000 -$340,000 Contact: Samantha Price, 0438 795 190 BELL REAL ESTATE, YARRA JUNCTION, 5967 1277

Healesville

5962 4888

CROYDON | HEALESVILLE | KILSYTH | MONTROSE | MT EVELYN LILYDALE | LILYDALE DISPLAY | SEVILLE Healesville 21 St Leonards Rd

AUCTION

Healesville 16 Edward Street

Invited over $495,000

Location, Character & Large Shed! Fantastic property features a huge ranch style home with sensational views across town, an awesome tradesman garage plus large double carport. • 4 ✢ ✁ ✂✙✄☎ ✖ ✆✂✙✙✝☎✞ ✝✔☎✟ ✂ ✏✠✟✡ BIR’s & ensuite • ✌✙☛✠☎✡ ✆ ✟✠✝✖ ✂ ☞✙✙✂☎ ✟✡✂✙✄✍✡✙✄✟ • ✎✑ ✁ ✑☛✔✁ ☛✠✒✠✁✍✞ ✆✠✁✠✁✍ ✓ ✕✠✟✗✡ ✁ • ✘✄✍ ✁✟ ✂✟✔✠✁✠✁✍✜✂✄✝✑✄☎ ✂✙✙✝ • ✘✠✍✡ ☎ ✟ 8 ✝ x 5 ✝ ✆✙✄✖☛ ✗✔✂✑✙✂✟ • ➁✟ ☛ ✗✙✁☎✟✂✄✗✟ ✆ 8 ✝✚✛✣ ✝ ✍✔✂✔✍ Inspect: Contact:

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Healesville 29 Brumield Road

Opportunity of a Lifetime Own your own piece of Healesville’s history! This grand residence dates back to the 1890’s and offers endless potential to restore to it’s former glory. • ✱✲✳✴✵✳✶✷✸ ✹✲✺ ✻✼✽✾✶✿✶✻✶✲✵ ✷✵✾ development STCA • 5 ✽✴✾✺✲✲❀✻ + ✻✳✼✾❁ • 2 ✹✲✺❀✷✸ ✸✶✿✶✵❂ ✷✺✴✷✻ ❃✶✳❄ ✽✴✷✼✳✶✹✼✸ open ireplaces • ❅✴❆✷✺✷✳✴ ✾✶✵✶✵❂❇✸✶✽✺✷✺❁ ✺✲✲❀ • ❈❉✹✳ ❊✴✶✸✶✵❂✻❋ ✲✺✵✷✳✴ ✷✺❊❄❃✷❁✻ ✷✵✾ ceiling roses • ●✺✶❂✶✵✷✸ ⑧✷✸✳✶❊ ✳✶❀✽✴✺ ⑩✲✲✺✽✲✷✺✾✻ AUCTION: Inspect: Contact:

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First Home, Close to Town! On a low maintenance, 800sqm approx, just a few minutes’ walk to schools you will ind this great value home. A perfect opportunity for irst homebuyers or savvy investors, properties in this price range don’t last long! • 3 good size bedrooms plus sunroom • Exposed beams in living room • Gas heating & split system heating/ cooling • Generous kitchen with dishwasher • Concrete driveway & single carport • Fully fenced 800sqm approx yard Inspect: Contact:

By Appointment Jordan Donaldson 0400 850 707

Max Brown Healesville - 189 Maroondah Highway, Healesville www.maxbrownhealesville.com.au


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mcmath.com.au Open for Inspection

Grand Home on 1 3/4 acres Approx

New Listing

Quality Home on ¼ acre Approx

5 Corbetts Road, Launching Place

1 Webb Street, Warburton

• 4 bedrooms, master complete with large WIR, ensuite & split system • Large bathroom with corner spa • Great size timber kitchen, with loads of bench including breakfast bar • Adjoining the kitchen is the dining area with wood heating • Sunken lounge cosy open fire place • Rumpus room • Undercover entertaining area

• Spacious renovated home with stunning views • 4 bedrooms, ensuite with spa • Lounge with wood heater & split system • Kitchen with quality appliances • 4 car carport, under house storage, fully fenced backyard & a great verandah • 24 solar panels & a 5kw inverter

$770,000 Plus

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18 Old Warburton Highway, Warburton

1/37 Little Yarra Road, Yarra Junction

• Large family home with views • 4 bedrooms plus 3 bathrooms • Large living room with wood heating • Separate meals area • Rumpus room • Large room under house for storage or an office • Double lock up garage & workshop

• 3 bedrooms, master with walk in robe & ensuite • Contemporary kitchen with lots of bench & cupboard space • Dining area looking out onto entertaining deck • Split system, natural gas ducted heating & ceiling fans • Double garage & lovely garden

$360,000 Plus

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3354 Warburton Hwy, Warburton

13 Alan Grove, Woori Yallock

• Views of the Yarra River & iconic Swing Bridge • 3 bedrooms with B.I.R’s • Lounge with wood heater & high ceilings • Large kitchen with wood stove • 2nd living area & covered deck • Spacious bathroom with huge spa

• Uninterrupted views & overlooking farmland • 3 bedrooms master with WIR, ensuite & split system • Split level with cosy wood heater • Renovated kitchen, hardwood floors & verandah • Level backyard, single carport & underhouse storage

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Exciting New Development In Yarra Junction - Don’t Miss Out - ONlY FOUR lEFT

Open for Inspection

6-8 Yarra Street, Yarra Junction Construction of these quality brick residences in beautiful Yarra Junction is well underway. Great for retirement or even an investment. Quality low maintenance living with 2/3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 living areas, single garage, natural gas ducted heating and good access. All have a 6 star energy rating. Ideally located to everything Yarra Junction has to offer including Library, medical centre, gym/ pool, transport, shops and cafes. Dont delay, visit our ofice today to check out the loor plans!

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Ashleigh Hall Director/licensed Agent

Chris lord Sales Consultant

Warburton 3371 Warburton Hwy

5966 2900

Ian Shipton Sales Consultant

Andrew McMath licensed Agent

lyndal McMath Hall licensed Agent

Wendy Adams licensed Agent

Melinda Darwall licensed Agent

Mia McKay Sales Support/Administration

OPEN 7 DAYS

sales@mcmath.com.au Ofices also at Lilydale, Mt Evelyn, Mooroolbark & Croydon

Cassie Crowe Administration

Briana McCarthy Personal Assistant

Kristen Johnston Professional Photographer

Yarra Junction 2460 Warburton Hwy

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AND ROOM TO IMPROVE IT THIS spacious home would make an ideal property for first home buyers and investors alike. In need of a little TLC but very comfortable as is, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Features include four good-sized bedrooms, a large living room with splitsystem heating/cooling, as well as a separate dining room. The home sits on a low-maintenance allotment of approximately 500 square metres, within easy walking distance of local schools, shops and public transport, making it perfect for a growing family. Plenty of potential for improvement.

HEALESVILLE

Inspect: By appointment Price: Offers invited over $340,000 Contact: Jordan Donaldson, 0400 850 707 Max Brown, Healesville 5962 4888

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For your local distributor please contact

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barryplant.com.au LAUNCHING PLACE

Wanted: First Home Buyers and Investors Situated on a near level block of approx. 650sqm, this 3 bedroom home is ready for the next family to make it home. The brick feature wall, the cosy wood heater and the high raked timber ceilings in the lounge all combine together to give this home a really welcoming feel when you enter. Features include an air conditioner, built in robes in all bedrooms, verandahs front and back, and assortment of shedding as well as a carport. With an established low maintenance native garden, this property could suit a first home buyer or someone looking to expand or start their investment property portfolio. Call today to book an appointment. 3

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Lovely Views and a Fresh Feel With new carpet and appealing internal presentation, this affordable western red cedar home on approx. 1000sqm of land enjoys views to hills from inside and out. Its open plan design living area has a wood heater, reverse cycle split system and cathedral ceilings. The kitchen has a dishwasher and island cupboard, and all three bedrooms have built in robes, with an ensuite effect bathroom to the master. There is a double carport, and decks at front and rear. The fenced backyard has lots of space for children and pets. This property has much to offer a first home buyer or investor, so come along and see it for yourself.

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Healesville Office Office 5962 1700

Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

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Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

YELLINGBO

LAUNCHING PLACE

A Beautiful Home on almost 3 Acres Enjoy country life in this lovely brick veneer home with three spacious living areas looking out to the land beyond which borders creek reserve. Snuggle up beside the open fire place, wood heater or gas heater, and on a summer´s day splash around in the solar heated pool. There is a garage/shed with concrete floor, power and heater, and another outbuilding which might suit hayshed or stables. Handy to Yellingbo school and store, this property is just waiting for a new family.

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YARRA GLEN 87 Mt Wise Road

LAUNCHING PLACE 53 Alpine Boulevard

10 Acres approx with Brick Veneer Home Comprising pasture with scattered shade trees, some bush and pleasant outlook, this is a great location for various lifestyle pursuits. The ranch-style brick veneer home has two living areas, a generous kitchen and an ensuite. Outside there are fenced paddocks, loose boxes, a dam, a cubby and an area that may suit a ménage. Come and see for yourself and start your country living adventure!

Fabulous Views, Great Family Property Set on approx. 2260sqm, this lovely home has four bedrooms, renovated bathroom and ensuite, kitchen/meals area, lounge and rumpus or billiard room. Features include polished floorboards in most rooms, gas ducted heating, wood heater, air conditioner and dishwasher. Sit on the deck and appreciate the views to the hills, or watch the children and pets enjoy the space, cubby house and sandpit. There is a double carport adjoining the house, and a single garage with concrete floor and separate driveway. Handy to shops, Warburton Trail and transport, come and see for yourself.

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Healesville Office 5962 1700

HEALESVILLE 292 Maroondah Highway T 5962 1700

WOORI YALLOCK 1605 Warburton Highway T 5964 7344

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Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

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Croydon 2-6 Croydon Rd 9725 0000

Yarra Glen 27-29 Bell St 9730 1900

5 High Street SPECTACULAR HOME!!! YEA YEA IS OFFERING ONE OF IT’S BEST INSPECT TODAY!!! From the moment you walk through the front door absolutely awesome only

4 Pinot Place CONTEMPORARY HOME!!! YARRA GLEN THE PERFECT FAMILY HOME OFI THIS WEEK!!! Taking pride of place in the bowl of the court, this contemporary home on a

goes part of the way towards describing this spectacular family home with a surprise in every room. The fully equipped kitchen includes quality appliances with an adjoining meals and family room, formal lounge with wood heater and polished floors. The master bedroom comes complete with a five star ensuite plus walk in robe. There are 3 more robed bedrooms, giving you a total of 4 bedrooms and family bathroom which includes a spa bath. Extras include slab heating, 14ft ceilings, split system and under cover entertaining area. Outside continues with a 1,106sqm block with rear access makes for an easy subdivision (STCA), accommodation for 10 cars, beautiful landscaped gardens, 3,000 gallon water tank, only a short stroll to the main street, this beautiful family home has it all. Call today for your private viewing.

large block will appeal to families, featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 3 living areas! Formal lounge and dining room guides you into an informal living area comprising a well-appointed kitchen and family room with access to a enclosed alfresco entertaining and the landscaped garden. A versatile rumpus room that may serve as a home office, extra bedroom or media room! At the rear, 3 bedrooms share a bright family bathroom and separate toilet, while the central master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite. Feature Highlights: Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum, and garaging for 3 cars with remote doors. Close to Yarra Glen Primary School, shops, transport and reserves, convenience is at your fingertips! Embark on a Yarra Valley lifestyle with a 10 minute drive (approx.) to Lilydale station.

Price $530,000 plus View By Appointment Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

Price $590,000 plus View Sat 12 - 12.30pm Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

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15 Yarra Street LOVELY FAMILY HOME!!! YARRA GLEN PRIME LOCATION OFI THIS WEEK!!! This attractive fully renovated family home is ready just to move into. Offering style and space this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with spacious formal lounge and dining, solid wood fire and large rumpus room with polished floor boards. The practical kitchen has neutral tones throughout, quality appliances and lots of bench space. Internal extras include, split system air conditioning, ceiling fans in all rooms and gas ducted heating. Outdoors you will find a large undercover entertainment area, fully landscaped gardens front and rear, 10,000 litre water tank and wood shed. All this situated on a generous sized 860M2 block. If you are looking for a property to move straight into without doing a thing call today for your private inspection.

Price $590,000 plus View Sat 1 - 1.30pm Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

Price $430,000 plus View Sat 2 - 2.30pm Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

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55 Banksia Court GREAT FAMILY HOME!!! CASTELLA COUNTRY RETREAT ON 6 ACRES DON’T MISS THIS ONE!!! From the moment you enter WOW only goes part of the way

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towards describing this magnificent property with a surprise in every corner. The home comes with two living areas, starting with a formal lounge with cathedral ceilings and wood heater, the fully equipped kitchen includes quality appliances lots of bench space, adjoining meals and family area all with polished floors. The master bedroom includes an ensuite. There are 3 more bedrooms plus study, 3 bathrooms in total, separate toilet. Extras include heating and cooling, outside continues with a large machinery shed, a second storage shed, a little over 6 acres of land with lots of cleared space makes this property the perfect country retreat. Call for your private inspection today.

One of the finest. Excellence in every way from the beautiful decor to the fully landscaped gardens you won´t find better. This property comprises 2 large living areas with top quality fittings and quality floor coverings throughout, fully equipped kitchen with lots of bench space, formal lounge and dining which includes an open fire place, large meals and family area. The master bedroom comes complete with a bay window plus ensuite and walk in robe, there are 3 more bedrooms with built in robes and family bathroom. Extras include ducted heating. Outside continues with an uncover entertaining and BBQ area, 2 car garage with 3 phase power, boat shed, woodshed, landscaped gardens front and back completes this beautiful family home. Call for your private inspection today.

Price $550,000 plus View By Appointment Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

Price $460,000 plus View By Appointment Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

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21 George Street

KINGLAKE

A cute home and lovely gardens makes this the perfect property. Comprising a formal lounge with wood heater, fully equipped gallery style kitchen adjoining meals area which has access to an enclosed sunroom or office through to the back undercover decking. Master bedroom with 4 built in robes, plus two more robed bedrooms, two bathrooms, one includes a spa bath, which is opposite the main bedroom and serves as a ensuite. Extra´s new carpet throughout, ducted heating and split system. Outside continues with a large front and rear deck, great for entertaining, 40,000ltr water tank, fresh water bore, two carports, drive through the backyard to the large workshop, landscaped gardens including watering system front and back completes this great family home. Call for your private inspection today.

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block which measures over 3000m2 approximately. The home comprises of three large bedrooms, formal lounge, large kitchen with adjoining meals area, family sized bathroom. In addition there is a fully self contained one bedroom bungalow, above ground swimming pool, Lot’s of shedding and workshop. With over approximately 3000m2 of land there are endless opportunities to develop the property STCA. So come and have a look you won´t be disappointed; only impressed.

Price $325,000 - $345,000 View By Appointment Contact Yarra Glen Office 9730 1900 Peter Wal 0418 319 333

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60 Oliver Street OPPORTUNITIES!!! YEA ORIGINAL CLASSIC CALL TODAY!!! This property offers plenty of opportunity to expand due to the large

A REAL CUTIE ON 2319SQ MTR BLOCK CALL TODAY!!!

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executive style home from the stone bench tops to the Blue Gum floors. Comprising 4 bedrooms plus study, modern kitchen which includes Cesar Stone benches and quality appliances, large meals and family room, a formal lounge room, master bedroom includes entry to your private court yard, walk in robe, a luxury five star ensuite with SPA, 3 more robed bedrooms plus study. Extra’s include 5 star energy rating, uncover entertaining area, gas ducting heating and double garage. This is a beautiful home and of the highest standard, close to all amenities that Yarra Glen has to offer, be quick for this one call today.

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FOR TOTAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE

Andre Barker CEA (REIV) 10 YEARS EXP

Roxanne Chung REIV (CEA) B.Bus (Property) 10 YEARS EXP

Peter Thompson CAR (REIV) 13 YEARS EXP

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V Glass/Glazing

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V Asphalting

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High Quality Kitchens & Cabinets. Fully Installed

Fax: 5967 2762

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Matt 0407 911 403

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V Furniture Removals

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V Painters/Decorators

Furniture Removals C1083810-PJ30-13

24 HOUR SERVICE

Registered Building Practitioner

0433 223 796

Ricky Prest: yr.landscaping@hotmail.com

CALL TOM: 0410 264 346

J.L. Hutt Electrical

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V Electricians

B&L FARROW

Hugh 5967 2928, 0418 515 414

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Gates to Order Old Fences Removed Free Quotes

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Window Cleaning Carpet Cleaning Full Exit Cleans Ring Peter 0438 409 593

BATHROOM RENOVATIONS

Call Richard Maile:

C1044289-KK32-12

V Cleaning Services

V Bathroom & Kitchens

Lic 12886

MBAV Member

1138080-DJ23-14

5962 4060 0409 889 507 0409 889 507

Ph: 0407 403 653 C874050-JL48-10

Healesville Blinds

Proprietor Chris Proprietor Chris Burley Burley

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ABN 5032 0046 925

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0418 398 971 or 5967 1561

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BLINDS & SECURITY DOORS â&#x20AC;˘ Blinds and Awnings of all types â&#x20AC;˘ Security Doors and Screens â&#x20AC;˘ Competitive Rates and Free Measure and Quote

5966 9534 Allan 0419 562 624

V Glass/Glazing

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0488 097 005

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Call your local Glass Supplier Ph/Fax: 5962 2888 Mobile: 0418 102 370 Prop. DAVID DUNCAN 24HRS - 7DAYS 16 HUNTER ROAD, HEALESVILLE All major credit cards accepted

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C1074785-KK7-13

0408 538 121

Timber Small Rural Retaining Walls

C710809-KK23-9

Free quotes at competitive prices Phone Clinton www.nelsonasphalting.com.au

GARY HANSON LANDSCAPING

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LANDSCAPING

V Carpenters

Carpenter C1103168-KK48-13

KEN COLEMAN

*Domestic * Commercial *New Installations *Maintenance Ph: 0418 172 328 C683891-JL3-9

V Cabinet Makers

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Phone: 9726 6488

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Trades & Services

General Notices V Tree Lopping/Surgery

YARRA VALLEY SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

• Sewer

• Septic Tanks • Treatment Plants • Grease Traps • EPA Licence • Portable Toilets

24/7

• Septic

0407 356 441 5962 4841

• Tree & Stump Removal • Dangerous Tree Specialists • Storm Damage Cleanup • Mulching • Property Clearing • Excavations/Earthworks • Demolition • Fully Insured • Servicing the Yarra Valley for 17 years

9735 3700

1055313-KG41-12

S E P T I C TA N K CLEANING

Amendment C133 Planning Permit Application YR-2013/411 The land affected by the Amendment is 524-526 Hull Road, Mooroolbark. The land affected by the application is 524-526 and part 530A Hull Road, Mooroolbark. The Amendment proposes to rezone the land from a Rural Living Zone Schedule 1 to a Neighbourhood Residential Zone Schedule 1 and apply Significant Landscape Overlay Schedule 23.

24 HOUR SERVICE ALL AREAS

1300 859 829 - 0407 356 441 CCTV DRAIN CLEANING HYDRO JET BLOCKED DRAINS

The permit proposes to subdivide the land into 23 lots, remove native vegetation and vary a drainage and sewerage easement.

C964309-KK37-11

The person who requested the Amendment is Culture Homes Pty Ltd (c/- Planning Sense – Town Planning Consultants).

V Television/Video/Audio

The applicant for the permit is Culture Homes Pty Ltd (c/- Planning Sense – Town Planning Consultants).

$120

FREE QUOTES PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

INSTALLED TODAY

1300 361 979 0407 674 808

Australian Government endorsed Installer

www.antennaspecialist.com.au V Tree Lopping/Surgery

TROY HANSEN Ph: 5966 5917 Mob: 0401 327 149

C908387-KK12-11

Pruning, Tree Removal Mulching Service Complete stump removal, Fully Insured, 20 years’ Experience.

C1044686-KK32-12

COUNCIL PERMITS OBTAINED Commercial and domestic. Fully Insured For Free Quotes and Advice. Owner Operator CALL BRUCE 0414 302 043

STEVE CLENCIE

TREE SERVICES

V Roofing

C1103960-JL50-13

ROOFING

Domestic & Commercial Metal Roof repairs and replacements

Free quotes – fully insured

Call 0402 943 770

Ph: 0400 627 644

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FULLY INSURED

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HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL SAFE WORK PRATICES FIREWOOD FOR SALE EXPERT PRUNING BLOCK CLEARING FARM WORK MULCHING ฀ FOR ALL ENQUIRIES CALL CARL ON:

0418 721 643 25 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

• TREES PRUNED, LOPPED, FELLED AND REMOVED • WOODCHIPPING AND STUMPGRINDING QUALITY MULCH FOR SALE • QUALIFIED ARBORIST • PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE • EXCELLENT RATES

CALL JIM

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• Yarra Ranges Council Community Link Centres:

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Lilydale Monbulk Healesville Upwey Yarra Junction

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MICK 0417 350 515 - 0419 521 503 OFFICE 5964 2710 C1088758-JO35-13

ISO 9001 Lic QEC24009 SAI Global

• at the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure website, www.dtpli.vic.gov.au/publicinspection

General Notices

• at the Yarra Ranges website www.yarraranges.vic.gov.au

V Public Notices and Event

I/We [Matthew Jenkins] applied to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation on 14th May 2014 for the variation of licence to a packaged liquor licence at Shop 1, 4 Clarke St Lilydale 3140. In the case of a variation, from a Limited Licence to a Packaged Liquor Licence, trading hours – Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7pm, Sunday 11am to 5pm. Any person may object to the grant of this application on the grounds that: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ amenity of the area in which the premises are situated, and/or ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ abuse of alcohol. An objection must state the reasons for the objection. All objections are treated as public documents. Objections must be made in writing to: Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation GPO Box 1988 Melbourne VIC 3001 Objections must be made no later than 30 days after the date of this notice.

BASS AND DRUMS required for Hammond combo. Mainly rock /rhythm/ blues. Please call 5968 1335.

General Classifieds

15 Anderson Street, Lilydale 21 Main Road, Monbulk 110 River Street, Healesville 40 Main Street, Upwey Warburton Highway/Hoddle Street, Yarra Junction

Any person who may be affected by the Amendment or by the granting of the permit may make a submission to the planning authority. Submissions must be made in writing giving the submitter’s name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the Amendment is supported or opposed and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to make. Name and contact details of submitters are required for Council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend Council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions. In accordance with the Planning and Environment Act 1987, Council must make available for inspection a copy of any submissions made. The closing date for submissions is 14 July 2014. A submission must be sent to the Manager Strategic Planning, Yarra Ranges Council, PO Box 105, Lilydale. Damian Closs Manager Strategic Planning

www.yarraranges.vic.gov.au

1139340-EG24-14

General Classifieds

ASAP FIREWOOD Quality firewood, competitive prices. Pick up or delivery. 13-15 York Road, Mount Evelyn

Phone 9736 2125 V Firewood

V Firewood

REMOVAL SPECIALIST

5475, 0434 954 977

Need cash?

V Public Notices and Event

C1015971-KK12-12

STEVE 5962

TREE C684309-SJ2-9

LIC. 42036 • Insurance and storm damage work • Immediate attention to leaks • Repairs to all types of roofs • Free quotes • All work guaranteed

0400 286 289

TILLYS TREE & STUMP REMOVAL

Over 20 years experience in all aspects of Roof Tiling. • Roofing Repairs • Leak Detection • Re-Bed and Point • Roof Restoration • Re-Roofs • Extensions Call Ross now for a no Obligation free quote. Personalised and Professional Service Guaranteed

YARRA VALLEY ROOFING (S.Green)

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9725 4357

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Tim Creek Mobile: 0401 304 936 email: tcreekroofing@gmail.com

EXPERIENCED CREW FULL INSURANCE

C1093634-JL39-13

CREEK

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PACKAGED LIQUOR LICENCE APPLICATION

V Reblocking/Underpinning

UPRIGHT RESTUMPING

Free Call 1800 035 121 rec 21355 Rick 0407 214 006 www.newimageantennas.com.au

ANTENNA SPECIALIST

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You may inspect the Amendment, the explanatory report about the Amendment, the application, and any documents that support the Amendment and the application, including the draft permit, free of charge, at the following locations:

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DIGITAL ANTENNAS INSTALLED TODAY

Yarra Ranges Planning Scheme Notice of the Preparation of an Amendment to a Planning Scheme and Notice of an Application for Planning Permit Given Under Section 96C of the Planning and Environment Act 1987

Call Roger 0418 533 740 Phone/Fax 5966 9518

C1055101-KK41-12

C1092688-JO38-13

Mobile 0419 131 958 SERVICING ALL AREAS BOB WALLACE AND SONS

Planning and Environment Act 1987

5964 4331 or FREE 0408 644 331 QUOTES

V Firewood

A LUMBAJACK FIREWOOD SUPPLIER A1quality Redgum & Brushwood, split and dry. Work cover provider.

FREE DELIVERY OR PICK UP AVAILABLE. 5967 3533 | 0409 184 802 Please leave a message if phone unattended, call will be returned. C1013629-PJ10-12

Trades & Services section of Network Classifieds.

Quality firewood Split and dry $95 per metre

0401 456 703

DRY SPLIT HARDWOOD, $110 for 1m, $200 for 2m loads. Delivered locally. Discounts for 10m loads. Phone 5966-6252. Gladysdale.

REDGUM FIREWOOD $160 per metre Delivered

0407 307 432 For yard pickup in Healesville $150 ring Michael on

0411 433 165

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• Storm water

One Call Contracting

C733322-KK40-9

BLOCKED DRAINS AND CAMERA INSPECTIONS

V Public Notices and Event

C943594-KK28-11

V Septic Tanks

C936869-KK25-11

V Plumbing

1137289-PB22-14

MVM

FIREWOOD, hardwood, split, dry, $110, redgum $150, 50/50 $130, free 10Kg kindling with every 2m delivered. 0428 321 155.

Bush Wood Available

FLAMIN' GOOD WOOD, dry bush wood $100 per metre, free delivery within Yarra Valley. Phone Rachel: 0407 830 908.

FIREWOOD, bush wood, dry, split and delivered. All wood under cover. 1m $110, 2m $200. Phone Chris 0418 121 558.


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Employment

V Garage Sales

MIXED LOAD

18 Tarranna Grove, Sat 14th and Sun 15th June, 9am-3pm

Visit

VALVE FACING MACHINE, Black and Decker $1,200. Phone 5966 2103 all enquiries after 6pm.

C683922-SJ2-9

WELDER, Peason $350. Phone 5966 2103 all enquiries after 6pm.

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Uncle David Farrell, Garry Detez, Sam Halit, Shane Ryan, Cr Noel Cliff, Robynne White and, front, Cr Maria McCarthy, MP Cindy McLeish, Cr Len Cox, Aunty Dot Peters, Cr Samantha Dunn, mayor Fiona McAllister and Anne Jenkins all attended to talk about Reconciliation Week at Sanctuary House Picture: JESSE GRAHAM Resort Motel. 121783

Halfway reconciled By JESSE GRAHAM “WE are making positive steps, but there is a while to go.” This was the sentiment expressed by Yarra Ranges mayor Fiona McAllister, at a special Reconciliation Week Luncheon last week. The event was organised by the Yarra Ranges Council and the Yarra Ranges indigenous Advisory Committee, and was held at Healesville’s Sanctuary House Resort Motel. Cr McAllister spoke at the event, and said that, when thinking of stories that reflected reconciliation in the past year, she felt “both saddened and buoyed with optimism”. “The sadness comes from a sense that we have a long way to go on our walk to true reconciliation, equality and a unified nation,” she said.

“The optimism comes from what I see happening and in my personal experiences,” she said. Cr McAllister said Reconciliation Week was significant when looking at the past, while also forming future goals to close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. “We talk of recognition as a pathway and healing the past and moving forward, towards a future of respect, caring and sharing with all cultures living in harmony.” “Reconciliation Week is a moment in our year, where we specifically make time to reflect on, gather in friendship and partnership and talk about achieving - hopefully at some time in the future to celebrate - the achievement of a truly just, equal and unified Australia.” Cr McAllister, Seymour MP and Ei-

ldon candidate Cindy McLeish, Uncle David Farrell, Aunty Dot Peters, Miranda Madgewick and Robynne White all spoke on the importance of preserving and respecting Indigenous culture in Australia and in the Yarra Ranges. Uncle David agreed with Cr McAllister and said that work still needed to be done for all aspects of society to match up for Indigenous and nonIndigenous people. He said that racism still existed, and gave the example of young people shouting abuse out of moving cars when passing a traditional smoking ceremony. “We’ve still got a bit of a way to go in educating young people in our communities - I would have liked them to stop and have an understanding about what was taking place,” he said. “My

view on reconciliation? Yes, it’s there. “We need support on the political front, as well as the well-being front,” he said. The theme of this year’s Reconciliation Week is ‘Walk the Talk’, and Ms McLeish urged every person in the community to walk the talk of reconciliation and do their part to help close the gap. “I encourage everybody here to think about what they can do,” she said. “Who do you know? Who can you talk to? What can you say? How are you going to do it? “It’s one thing to talk the talk - walking the talk is different.” Reconciliation Week ran from 27 May to 3 June. For more information, visit www. reconciliation.org.au

It’s thanks all round at this breakfast By KATH GANNAWAY PEOPLE who have served communities in the Yarra Ranges were brought together on 31 May for a special ‘thankyou’ on the National Day of Thanksgiving. The annual thanksgiving breakfast hosted by Oxley Christian College was held at the Foothills Conference Centre and invited guests included volunteers and staff of numerous community and church organisations and local political representatives. Yarra Ranges mayor Fiona McAllister spoke of the contribution many in the community made in so many ways and often over many years. MC Randall Bourchier reflected on the contributions people made includ-

ing sacrificing time, money, skills, convenience and often personal safety in putting their lives on the line for the well-being of many. He presented inspiring, moving and often humorous mini-biographies of eight people chosen for special recognition - Roger Boness and Jan Simmons from Mount Evelyn, Cr Len Cox from Montrose, Keith Thomas from Warburton, Dorothy Barbour from Yarra Glen, Florence Flood from Healesville, Denise Garratt from Gruyere and police officer Matt Henry who was on duty in Steels Creek on Black Saturday. Kinglake author and CFA volunteer Adrian Hyland was guest speaker, giving recognition to volunteers, and to all emergency service workers who he said gave ‘beyond the call of duty’.

Mayor Fiona McAllister, left, thanked Keith Thomas, Jan Simmons, Roger Boness, Florence Flood, Cr Len Cox, Dorothy Barber and Matt Henry. Denise Garratt was unable to attend the breakfast. 121654 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY

WOOHOO! JUNE is a big month for Healesville’s 150th birthday celebrations, with some great events on the calendar. On 28 June, the Healesville 150th Birthday Masquerade Ball is on at The Memo, and next Saturday don’t forget, you can attend a special mask making workshop to ensure you look your ‘masked best’ at the ball. The mask making workshop is from 11.30am - 1.30pm next Saturday 14 June, at the Memo Hall, so bring along your ‘feathers, bits and bling’ and get some great instruction on how you can make a great mask for the ball. To book for the ball, call 1300 368 333, or go to www.culturetracks.info Saturday 21 June, Celebrate the Winter Solstice at Healesville Labyrinth, and make sure you rug up for a chilly Healesville winter morning. The ‘Midwinter Rebirth’ event kicks off at 7am for a ‘Dance before Dawn’, followed at 7.30am by a guided Labyrinth walk with Chai tea, jaffles and a warm fire, to keep the ‘chills’ away. The event will go ahead, rain, hail or shine, with a gold coin donation for entry. The labyrinth is located in Harker Street, next to the children’s playground. For more information, contact: healesvillelab@gmail.com . On 19 June at the RACV Club, there is an open invitation to all community members at 6.30pm, to attend a very special event. Andrew Mackenzie OAM, will be donating a collection of 300 historic photos “Greetings from Healesville” to the Historical Society. Many of the pictures have never been seen in public, the collection includes photos from the ‘Rose Collection’, which were taken in and around Healesville from 1918 - 1960s. And in breaking news, World Champion axeman, Laurence O’Toole, will be competing in the Healesville Heritage Festival Woodchop on the weekend of 8-9 November. More details will follow later. It’s all happening in Healesville this 150th Year. THE STEERING COMMITTEE.

Pages from the past HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN 9 JUNE 1934 Relay Run to Healesville IN brilliant sunshine the mayor of Coburg read the dispatch of goodwill to the president of the Healesville Shire and handed the baton containing the dispatch to S. Wilson who left the Coburg Town Hall at 12.35pm on the first stage of the journey on Saturday. Wilson registered the excellent time of 15 minutes 102/5 seconds for the first three miles. The third stage run by A. Briggs proved very stiff as he had to negotiate the steep Studley Park hill. At 10 miles, the harries were 2 minutes 30 seconds ahead of schedule by 50 seconds. The last runner L. Morton reached the Memorial Hall at 4.40pm. Cr Mowle read the dispatch and formally welcomed the harriers to Healesville with best wishes for a good weekend.

Guest House Fails £4000 Venture at Healesville EXAMINATION was held before the Registrar in Bankruptcy last week of Mrs Clara Bell of Bellmont House Fernshaw Road, Healesville, guest house proprietress Mrs Bell was unable to meet her financial obligations after borrowing £4000 from the bank. Healesville Sanctuary Appreciated Letter From G.W. Green SIR, I travelled on my bike from Panton Hill to Badger Creek to be present at the opening of the Sir Colin McKenzie Sanctuary last week. It was a fine affair and well conducted. As a teacher, I think your native sanctuary will be highly valued. Pupils will visit it and see the best kind of nature study first-hand.

WARBURTON MAIL 12 JUNE 1964 Yarra Junction Loses a Popular Townsman THE sudden death of Mr Frank Colverson at Royal Melbourne Hospital shortly after midday on Tuesday has robbed Yarra Junction of a very popular townsman. Mr Colverson has lived at Yarra Junction for close on 30 years. He was 57 years old. ‘A great townsman’ would be an apt way of describing the late Mr Colverson, as he had always been a great worker for anything concerning the welfare of Yarra Junction. The Upper Yarra Bush Nursing Hospital, Yarra Junction Recreation Reserve Committee and the local football club all have ample reason to feel grateful for his service over the years. He was also one of the ‘heads’ behind the Yarra Junction Horticultural

Society and a keen exhibitor, winning numerous prizes with his dahlias. In 1951 Mr Colverson was employed as a storeman for the Shire of Upper Yarra, a position he held until his death. He leaves a wife, a daughter and three sons to mourn his passing. Tip Hours to be Regulated INDISCRIMINATE dumping of rubbish and the continual lighting of fires at the Upper Yarra Shire Council’s rubbish tip at Wesburn has compelled the council to take action to clean up the tip. Regulation hours will be introduced for the dumping of rubbish and in addition a caretaker will be employed to supervise rubbish disposal. Fire Chief Presents Long Service Awards THE Chief Fire Officer of the C.F.A Mr A. Larkins, attended a social evening organised by the Warburton Fire Brigades Ladies’ Auxiliary at East

Warburton last Saturday night and presented Long Service badges to two Warburton firemen. The firemen to receive the awards were Messrs. George Williams, 25 years’ service and Burt Carter, 12 years’ service to the Rural Brigade. Marriage ANIKA, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Boer of Warburton and Arthyr, only son of Mr and Mrs J. Mills also of Warburton, were married at the Warburton Presbyterian Church last Saturday. A reception was held at St Mary’s Hall. Milkbar to close WARBURTON will be a milkbar short before the end of the month as ‘Tiny’s’ Milk Bar is to close down. Mr W. Gardner plans to enlarge the Hardware Store to include the cafe premises. - Contributed by Ellena Biggs


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Woori Yallock v Belgrave WOORI Yallock came away with a 50-point victory, but that looked a mile off at half time, as they trailed by 13 points. Woori’s conversion was terrible in the second term as they had plenty of the ball, but wasted it down forward, scoring 1.8 while Wandin booted 3.3 to take the 13-point lead at the long break. The second half was pretty much all Woori Yallock; they had a great third term, going more direct, and the result showed on the scoreboard as they rammed home eight goals-to-one to race to a 31- point lead at the last change. Woori continued to stretch their lead in the last, adding another four goals while Wandin just chased the whole term and could only manage the one behind. Woori Yallock 15.22 (112) d Belgrave 7.10 (52 Wandin v Warburton Millgrove FOR the first quarter this game, it looked as though it was going to be a close contest, as Warby held a fivepoint lead. However, after that, it was all Wandin. In the second term, Wandin booted four goals-to-one to take a 16-point lead into half time, unfortunately for Warby that one goal they kicked in that term was to be their last for the day. The second half was a half that Warby would rather forget as they just couldn’t get the ball forward to penetrate the Wandin’s defence. Every time Wandin got the ball, they looked dangerous and although they didn’t score at a rapid rate, they kept the scoreboard ticking over and by the finals siren, they had won by 67 points in a good second-half performance. Wandin 14.10 (94) d Warburton

was a lot freer flowing, and goals easier to come by, both sides booted four for the quarter and Powelly maintained their four-point advantage at the last change. The last quarter was a bit of a battle for Alex as Powelly’s fitness started to shine through, they ended the day with four goals to Alex’s one to eventually win by 22 points in what was a terrific battle for the majority of the game. Powelltown 12.13 (85) d Alexandra 9.9 (63) Best Powelltown: L. Miller (1), B. McDonald (5), M. McLaughlin. Alexandra: W. Walker (1), J. Goonan, T. Cook.

Emerald’s Nick Jansen kicks a point against Healesville. 121842 Millgrove 3.9 (27) Healesville v Emerald EMERALD held a one-point lead at quarter time in this game, but that was the last time they led as they only added one more major for the remainder of the game. Healesville only booted two goals in the second quarter, but it was enough to grab a two-goal lead at the main break as Emerald only scored one behind. The third term saw Healesville get on top as they found the goals easier

to come by than their opponents, booting four goals to one and by the last change, it was Healesville in control and leading by five goals. Healesville finished the day with a three-goal last quarter while Emerald only scrounged three behinds which leaves Healesville just one game out of the top five while Emerald remain winless on the bottom. Healesville 11.10 (76) d Emerald 3.9 (27) Second Division Seniors:

Pictures: GREG CARRICK Powelltown v Alexandra POWELLTOWN was the favourite to win this game, but they had one hell of a fight on their hands as they couldn’t shake off a determined Alex until late in the last quarter. Alex led at quarter time by just one goal in an even start to the game. The second quarter saw goals hard to come by, but it was Powelly that edged their way in front with two goals-to-one and at the half, they led by just four points. The third term

Thornton Eildon v Yarra Junction THORNTON only had one more scoring shot than Yarra Junction but still won the game by 46 points. Thornton set the tone early with a seven goal-totwo opening term and continued their good form in the second, booting six goals to two and at half time their lead was 50 points. Yarra Junction battled hard to get back into the game in the third, but was wasteful booting 3.6 while Thornton kicked 2.1 and held a 39-point lead at three quarter time. The last quarter was just a battle as Thornton scored two goals to Junction’s one to win well and move into fourth spot while Junction sits vulnerably in fifth place. Thornton Eildon 17.6 (108) d Yarra Junction 8.14 (62) Best Thornton Eildon: Z. King, J. Gorman (2), B. Kapakoulakis (2). Yarra Junction: A. Chandler, W. Robertson (1), M Brown (1). Yea: Bye

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Wandin v Warburton Millgrove WANDIN had this game wrapped up at quarter time as they had 16 goals on the board while holding Warby scoreless. Wandin added another 15 goals in the second while Warby did manage to get on the board with three goals; Wandin’s lead at the half was 28 goals. The second half was more of the same but at least Warby did defend a little better but Wandin still managed to find the ring a lot easier than their opponents, scoring 24 second-half goals-to-11 to win by a more than comfortable 41 goals. Wandin 55 d Warburton Millgrove 14

Best: Wandin: Rebecca McMahon, Nikki Phillips, Tayissa Coppinger. Warburton Millgrove: Karly Wappett, Morgan Brumby, Jaime Lord. Healesville v Emerald EMERALD was competitive in this game, but Healesville always looked the better side throughout - they led by three goals at quarter time but blew that margin out in the second, scoring 16 goals-to-five to lead by 14 at half time. The third quarter was a good battle with Healesville increasing their lead by just one goal-to-15. Healesville finished the day in style with 16 last-quarter goals while Emerald scored six which gave Healesville a very good 25-goal victory.

Healesville 56 d Emerald 31 Best: Healesville: Kathy Carden, Caitlyn Jeffress, Kylie Malone (35). Emerald: Megan Whiteroad (20), Sarah MacDonald, Lauren Moses. Yarra Junction v Thornton Eildon YARRA Junction came away with a 24-goal win over Thornton, but they didn’t have it all their own way; they did lead by 15 goals at the half, but weren’t playing at their best. The third quarter was Junction’s best as they scored 18 goals while holding Thornton to five to grab a hefty 28-goal lead at the last change. Although Thornton was never going to win the game, they played out the last quarter with good spirit and, in fact, outscored Junction

14 goals-to-10 to take a little bit of confidence out of the game while Yarra Junction while not at their best still came away with a comfortable win. Yarra Junction 57 d Thornton Eildon 33 Best: Yarra Junction: Catherine Cook (2), Jessica Allen, Amanda Finn (47). Thornton Eildon: Anita Keddell (11), Melinda Sier, Alesha Davison. Yarra Glen v Seville YARRA Glen remains the only undefeated team in the competition after beating Seville by just one goal in one of the games of the season. This game wasn’t high scoring but defensively it was a great game to witness. Yarra Glen held just a two-goal lead at the

first change and increased that to just three goals by half time. The third quarter saw Seville get through Yarra Glen’s defence on a few occasions that they wouldn’t have been happy with and by the last change, Seville had tied the scores at 21 apiece. The last quarter was a real battle with goals hard to come by, but it was Yarra Glen that somehow managed to sneak their way in front and hold on to win by the smallest possible margin in what could turn out to be a Grand Final preview. Yarra Glen 29 d Seville 28 Best: Yarra Glen: Chelsea Birchall, Stacey Moate, Nicole Braden. Seville: Ashleigh Hardy, Stacey Bell, Clare Papavs.

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Snow fever hits the mountain By JESSE GRAHAM WINTER has officially hit, and passionate snow-goers are being sought to keep Lake Mountain’s snowy slopes safe by volunteering with the Lake Mountain Ski Patrol (LMSP). The LMSP is looking for volunteers to help take part in its weekend patrols near Marysville, working to keep visitors safe while they ski, walk snowshoe trails and toboggan along the slopes. LMSP member of four years, Healesville’s Tim Hatten, said it was a rewarding experience for those passionate about the snow and helping others.

“It is rewarding to be able to provide first-aid assistance to visitors at Lake Mountain over the winter months,” he said. The criteria for volunteers are that they must be fit and competent skiers, or willing to learn. Volunteers must also be aged 18 or older and have a minimum Level 2 First Aid qualification. A training weekend for current and prospective LMSP members will be held at Lake Mountain on 14 and 15 June. For more information, contact Catherine Sutton on 0403 146 378, or email ccrsutton@ gmail.com.

Murch, Knibbs, Hatt are winners Warburton Golf Club WEDNESDAY 4 June Winner: D. Murch (Nett 65). Runner-up: A. Calle (68). Balls down to 77. Nearest the pins: 9th T Hole, 15th D. Murch, 17th T. Bickley. Ladies: Winner: A. Knibbs (Nett 78). Runner-up: T. Eldridge (79 on a countback). Nearest the pins: on the 17th went to L. Dickson. Saturday 7 June: Monthly-Medal winner: D. Hatt (Nett 71). Runner up: D. Fox (72 on a countback). Balls to 75. Nearest the pins: 3rd K. White, 9th W. Hollis, 12th L. Marshall, 15th P. Kennedy. No Ladies competition.

Healesville’s Tim Hatton and Sue Parry are both passionate members of the Lake Mountain Ski Patrol, and are encouraging others to sign up. 121846 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY

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