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Our top citizens A swag of incredible citizens from the Yarra Ranges have earned a nod for their services to Australia. From contributions to sport, academia and more, their efforts have been vast and profound. Included among this year's honour role is Frank Stamford of Emerald, who received an OAM for his service to the rail transport history. See full story on page 5. Picture: DEREK SCHLENNSTEDT

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A lifetime of dedication to strengthening the relationship between Australia and Indonesia has earned an Emerald local one of the nation's top individual honours. In the Queen's Birthday 2018 honours list, academic Tim Lindsey has been awarded the honour of Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia. Mr Lindsey, who is one of the country's leading experts on Indonesian law, has built up an incredible body of work, which aims to promote understanding the between the two countries. He is a Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor (since 2015) and a Malcolm Smith Professor of Asian Law (since 2007). In addition to his role with the University of Melbourne, just some of his impressive work includes roles with the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, being a member of the Australia-Indonesia Institute (1997-2016) and a member of the Foreign Affairs Advisory Council (2005-2007). Despite his long list of achievements, Mr

Lindsey said it's his ambition to strengthen the countries' relationship that drives him. "Indonesia seems almost invisible to Australia. We see ourselves as having allies in the West such as the US and UK, then a growing relationship with China as an emerging economic power," Mr Lindsey said. "But Indonesia is in a kind of blind spot to Australia ... there aren't two global neighbours which are so close geographically, yet so different. "Indonesia could be a top five country economically by 2050 and top seven by 2030. It's more than just a holiday destination to Bali. It's such a diverse, complex region and has one of the biggest Muslim populations in the world." Mr Lindsey said his interests had stemmed from an early fascination with the country, after a student stay-over experience in Java during his high school years. "At first there was a culture shock, but I came back speaking some Indonesian and was in love with the country," Mr Lindsey said. "Indonesia can be a highly infectious place. The more you discover about it, the more you

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OAM for proud producer By Derek Schlennstedt

Gordon Bennett from Sherbrooke received an OAM for his service to the television broadcast industry and to the community. Picture: DEREK SCHLENNSTEDT pics, to still be employed in the industry - what amazing good fortune." Looking back on his career, Mr Bennett has worked with a number of personalities - shooting documentary footage with the Monkees,

the Seekers and Paul McCartney. Though, it was his involvement in the Royal Children's Good Friday Appeal that has been an enduring part of his tenure at Channel Seven.

Ranges residents recognised Seven Yarra Ranges' residents are are among the 1007 Australians recognised for contribution to their communities, their professions and industries and in the defence force and emergency services in the Queen's Birthday 2018 Honours List announced on Monday 11 June. Announcing the recipients, Governor General, the Hon. Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd), said the awards help define, encourage and reinforce Australian goals and values. "They identify role models who give without thought of recognition or personal gain," he said.

Timothy Charles Lindsey AO (Em- · George Harry Miller OAM (Yarra Glen) for · Professor erald) for distinguished service to internaservice to the community of Yarra Glen. tional relations, as an academic, and to legal Anthony McAleer OAM (Mount Evelyn) for · education in Islamic law. service to the community, and to military Edward Stamford OAM (Emerald) for · Frank history. service to rail transport history. Anyone can nominate any Australian for an Bennett OAM (Sherbrooke) for ser· Gordon award in the Order of Australia. vices to television If you know someone worthy, nominate George Bryant OAM (Lilydale) for ser· Kelvin them now at www.gg.gov.au vice to boxing. Read the stories of our Queen's Birthday Robert Goodwin Wood OAM (Dandenongs) · for service to the community through emer- Honoursallrecipients online at mailcommunity. com.au.

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Missing person found By Derek Schlennstedt On Monday 4 June, 2018, about 3pm, Olinda Police went to Fays Picnic Ground off Monbulk Rd, The Patch. Sgt Andrew Herdman met with a female from Endeavour Hills who was concerned for the welfare of her husband. The 60-year-old male was seen walking briskly off down Sassafras Creek in a distressed state at about 1pm and had not returned. Sgt Herdman started a search with local police from Belgrave, Olinda and family members who walked the creek track and checked local roads and the Monbulk township. Because the day was cold, and daylight was fading, the Emerald SES was requested.

Ten members began a foot search of the track from Emerald to Monbulk. During the search, some evidence of the males' location was found off the Sassafras Creek Track, near Fays Picnic Ground. As a result, the SES, police and family members searched the thick bush up the steep hill towards Holden Rd. During this search, the males' daughter called out several times and her father replied to her call. He was located a short time later in thick bush suffering mild hypothermia and brought out and warmed prior to the Ambulance attending. He was transferred to Dandenong Hospital and treated for hypothermia and then as-

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Robert Wood is very much at home when walking the many tracks around the Dandenong Ranges. The CFA member of almost 30 years and avid bushwalker was recognised in the Queen's Birthday honour list 2018 for his service to the community, particularly through emergency response organisations. Having worked with the Ferny Creek Scouts as a team leader, and as a search and rescue field organiser with the Search and Rescue Federation of Victorian Walking Clubs, Mr Wood has dedicated a large portion of his life to the wider community over 45 years. Talking to the 'Mail', he said he was stunned and surprised at received a Medal of the Order of Australia, though felt there were many other people just as worthy in the Dandenong Ranges. "I was heavily involved with scouts and adventures in Ferny Creek ... I enjoyed walking with them as a scout leader for many years," he said. "Many other people within the hills have done just as much as I've done and deserve this award just as much as I do. "It's been an enjoyable thing for me to do ... it hasn't been an arduous task and I've met some wonderful people."

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sessed for mental health issues. Sgt Herdman, from Olinda Police, commended the work of all emergency services that attended, He reminded the community that it was everyone's duty to help and support others. "The SES did another wonderful job in the search, location and rescue of this male," Sgt Herdman said. Sgt Herdman said after what appears to have been an incident involving mental health, it is a timely reminder for family and friends to monitor and support anyone suspected of suffering a mental illness. If you, or someone you know needs support, phone Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

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"We dedicate this station to the full service of the community." That was it. Eleven simple words, six decades ago to declare the launch of Channel Seven, and Gordon Bennett from Sherbrooke was there from the start. As a 14 year-old office boy at Channel Seven, Mr Bennett watched as history was made and the very first broadcasts sent out to thousands of excited Australians. He has been around television ever since, shooting footage, producing sports shows, and has been involved in the Royal Children's Good Friday Appeal each year since its inception in 1957. Now, after dedicating over 60 years to the industry he has been recognised for his considerable service to the community and television broadcast industry with a Medal of the Order of Australia. Looking back on his career, he describes it only as a 'bloody great time'. "To have spent the past 60 years in an industry for which I have so much passion has been an extraordinary experience," Mr Bennett said. "To have been there on the very first day of television, to have worked on the 1956 Olym-

Over the years, he has gone from helping to roll up the cable to even producing the telecast for the past 18 years. "The first Royal Children's Hospital appeal was in 1957; being an office boy, I wandered along to help roll up the cables and just be there ... it was just terrific to be part of it," Mr Bennett said. "From that humble beginning, I got to be in charge of the telecast. "I've been associated all that time with them and it's been a terrific association ... it was only a couple hours of the morning in the very early years, and then it expanded into 15 hours a day ... it's all just grown up." Mr Bennett has grown up, too; from Olympics, to grand finals, to Commonwealth Games, there's been a number of firsts and he said he couldn't imagine a better way to top it all off than with his first OAM. "Over the years, you read the newspapers and see who got the award and I've always thought that's terrific, these people re terrific and very deserve ... not once did I think that I would be nominated and get an award; just the old cameraman, that turned producer," he said. "To receive something like this for the services I've given over the past 62 years, that's tops for me."

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our greenhouse gas emissions but in many cases reduces the amount we pay for our electricity. Yarra Ranges Council is participating in the next round of the Solar Savers program, where pensioners (seniors or people with a disability) who own their own home can apply to purchase a Council-endorsed quality solar system. The systems will be installed by local contractors and can be purchased with a low interest bank loan to be paid back gradually over 10 years with zero upfront costs. Households who sign up have access to the bank loan (subject to normal bank lending

criteria), with power bill savings covering the cost of repayments. Solar Savers will check to make sure every household taking part will be at least $100 in front. The Solar Savers program is designed to make it easier for pensioners to get a solar system installed and to ensure they will be better off. The program will help pensioners save money, stay comfortable in extreme weather and lower their emissions. At Yarra Ranges Council, we are proud to be leading the way in the community with renewable energy and helping local households to get on board with this pioneering program.

Sign-ups are open until Friday 13 July. Contact Solar Savers if you: Own your home; Have a Government Pension Card (aged or disability); Are usually at home from 9am to 5pm; Have average to high electricity use (contact Solar Savers if you're unsure); Do not currently have solar panels at your home. I encourage homeowners with a pension card and a sunny roof to contact Solar Savers to check their eligibility and express interest in the program on (03) 9385 8512 or email info@ solarsavers.org.au.

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SNIPPETS Concert for refugees During Refugee Action week (June 17-23), a concert of classical music is being held at the Dandenong Ranges Music Council (adjacent Upwey High School). Saturday 23 June at 2pm. Presented by Moments Musical, musicians who volunteer their time to raise funds: this time for refugees. Book at 'Kindred - Welcoming Asylum Seekers with kindness and compassion': www.kindredkindness.org.

Farm biosecurity Macclesfield Landcare will host a free workshop on developing Farm Biosecurity Plan. Presentation by well-known farm consultant, David Stewart. A must for all property owners with livestock. Sunday 17 June at Monbulk Living & Learning Centre; 21 Main Rd, Monbulk. 10am; morning tea and workshop from 10.30am to 12.30pm. RSVP to Jo Jackson on 0407 811 002.

Bonsai show Open to all bonsai enthusiasts and the general public alike. June 23-24, 10am to 4pm (both days). Wandin North Public Hall (corner of Warburton Highway, Clegg Road in Wandin North). Free entry; gold coin donation. Kids and beginner's class - Sunday between 1pm and 3pm. Ikebana demonstration (Japanese art of flower arrangement): Sunday 10.30am to 12.30pm. Bonsai demonstration: Saturday 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Members of trade table sales - Saturday and Sunday. Great selection of bonsai and related items.

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Little hot-shots win big in this racquet As many as 182 of the Dandenong Ranges' littlest tennis fans, from five schools, have received brand new tennis racquets to use, as part of a Tennis Australia joint initiative. The ANZ Tennis Hot Shots program aims to encourage more children to pick up a tennis racquet and learn the game, in order to improve

their health and physical education curriculum. Among the local recipients included Tecoma Primary School (71 racquets), Upwey South Primary School (50 racquets), Ferny Creek Primary School (23 racquets), Kallista Primary School (20 racquets) and St Thomas More Primary School (18 racquets).

Tennis Australia chief executive officer, Craig Tiley, said he looked forward to seeing more racquets in the hands of Australian children. "The ongoing initiative shows our continued joined commitment with ANZ to increasing tennis participation and ensuring kids are active at school," he said.

Olinda Community House. Paint your own silk scarf with Antoinette Blyth. Enjoy a one-day workshop in a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere. Complete a beautiful scarf about 1.8m long. Silk, patterns and materials provided. Saturday 16 June, from 9am to 4.30pm. $125. Enquiries and bookings to Christine on (03) 9751 1264.

Sweet cooking Olinda Community House. Turkish sweet delights. Learn how to cook Baklava and Turkish Delight. Monday 18 June from 11am to 1pm. $55 plus $15 for ingredients. Enquiries, or to enrol, contact Christine on (03) 9751 1264.

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Frank steams to OAM By Derek Schlennstedt At 2.30pm in 1961, five 16-year-olds from Camberwell High School met and held a formal meeting, where they adopted a constitution, elected a president and a treasurer. From that small meeting, the Light Railway Research Society of Australia (LRRSA) was born and today its membership numbers over 700. One of those boys was Frank Stamford, from Emerald, who for his service to the rail transport history has been awarded a 2018 Medal of the Order of Australia. Mr Stamford, whose love of trains was inherited from his uncle and father, said it was after a trip to Powelltown that left him with the desire to ensure that the history of railways, and the industries they served did not disappear into the past. Having written numerous books, on the history of timber trains, and the timber industry, Mr Stamford has well and truly dedicated a life to ensuring that the history of those great steam engines and the lifestyle of men and women in that era did not go unrecorded. "In 1958,  we went up to Powelltown and much to my amazement it was a really lively area with steam operated timber tramways ... everything around there remained unchanged so I took a few photographs," Mr Stamford said. "Me and the boys from high school managed to get back there in 1961 with specific ideas about measuring up buildings and railway rolling stock and I found it practically empty ... everything I was seeking had been swept away ... it struck me then that the history was very fragile and needed to be recorded and remembered. "The history of the timber industry and the way it used to operate is very different to today and is worth trying to save."

Frank Stamford received an OAM for his service to the rail transport history. And save it is just what the LRRSA has been doing, with members dedicating time to publish, record and write about the history of trains in Australia, and the significance of them in industry.

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Mr Stamford has also worked with Puffing Billy helping to resurrect the Climax steam engine, as well as helping in the reconstruction of the track from lakeside to Gembrook in the 1990s

On receiving the OAM, Mr Stamford said he was stunned and extremely thankful, though was unsure whether he deserved it, instead dedicating his OAM to the members and the committee of the LRRSA itself.

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Tree plea is not over yet By Peter Douglas

The historic Norris Building on the Burnham Beeches site. Watch, while Southern Dandenong Landcare Group representative Vicki Boyle was a guest speaker at the gathering. Meanwhile, The National Trust of Australia (Victoria) has officially announced it opposes the removal of 10 beech trees on Sherbrook Road, leading to Burnham Beeches. In 2013, the trees were added to the National Trust's Register of Significant Trees as the only known large planting of European Beech trees in Victoria. At a December 2017 Planning Panel hear, conducted by Planning Panel Victoria, the National Trust stated that all reasonable measures should be undertaken to ensure the Beech trees lining the north side of Sherbrooke Road are retained. Removal of any other trees should be approached responsibly and with due consideration of the entire site. The National Trust's proposal was adopted

in the Planning Panel's recommendations, which are now with the Minister for Planning for consideration. The National Trust remains confident that its recommendations will be taken into consideration to ensure minimal destruction of any heritage trees on or near the property. In addition, Yarra Range Council has reminded residents council still has a role to play in the process. Council has said that should Mr Wynne approve the amendment as it stands, the applicant would then have to prove to the council's satisfaction the impact on trees near the entrance of the site would be minimised via the intersection plans before any works could begin. Yarra Ranges Deputy Mayor, Cr Tony Stevenson, said the council would work with the applicant to minimise any impact on trees and

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Yet another lobby group has emerged as a key player in the debate over the future of the historic Burnham Beeches site, with its first official gathering taking place on Sunday 10 June. Members of the 'Save the Beech Trees' group held a "peaceful gathering" at the Alfred Nichols Gardens, with around 60 people attending, to express their concerns over the potential removal of between 10 to 13 Beech trees as part of the Burnham Beeches redevelopment. Their gathering comes as Yarra Ranges Council awaits the decision of Victorian Planning Minister, Richard Wynne, on the redevelopment plans. Mr Wynne's decision comes after an independent panel hearing late last year, with Yarra Ranges Council unanimously voting in favour of the recommendations at its 27 March meeting. However, group member Veronica, who did not wish for her last name to be published, said many in the region still hoped to influence the redevelopment. Their aim is to save as many of the trees as possible. "There are people within the community who are really concerned with what's happening and we don't think their feelings are being considered," she said. "We haven't given up. The region needs the Dandenongs to remain as it stands; it's a place to relax and an important part of our region. "We still feel that not enough people are aware of what is going on. We hope to change that." Veronica said that Heritage Victoria had been campaigning for the removal of only five trees, not the 10 to 13 trees. The fledgling group has received support from other players in the debate, including the Save the Dandenongs League and the Burnham Beeches Development Community

vegetation on Sherbrooke Road. "The intersection is a challenging issue, where environment and landscape values need to be weighed against the economic, cultural, heritage and tourism potential the site offers," Cr Stevenson said. "The independent panel recommended a review of the intersection design, and the applicant will have to prove to us that they've investigated the best ways to minimise any tree removal before the project could begin." Cr Stevenson said the applicant had made significant changes to their application to resolve concerns raised through the planning process. "We adopted the Planning Scheme Amendment and permit knowing that the application now reflects not only the aspirations of the applicant, but also responds to issues raised by community members over the last two years," Cr Stevenson said. "The panel broadly found that issues regarding fire risk, traffic, parking, environmental and amenity impacts were resolved through revised plans or could be regulated with appropriate permit conditions. "The panel also made changes to Council's preferred permit, such as further restricting hours of operation and adding tree protection and replacement requirements based on changes to the proposal." Overall, applicants - celebrity chef Shannon Bennett and business partner Adam Garrison - plan to develop the estate to include a residential hotel (including ancillary bars, dining areas and functional facility), two licensed restaurants in the Piggery building and a microbrewery with associated licensed food and drink areas. Their plans also include the potential removal of as many as 13 beech trees, so road works can be undertaken on Sherbrooke Road to create a safe intersection at the main entry. For more information, visit www.yarraranges.vic.gov.au/c142.

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Tree message loud, clear A large group of concerned citizens turned out for a "peaceful gathering" near the site of Burnham Beeches over the weekend. Brandishing banners and a clear message, the group voiced their concerns about the future of as many as 13 Beech trees that line the road to the historic site. As the future of the trees hangs in the balance, due to the proposed redevelopment of the site, the group hoped to influence a pending planing decision from Victorian Planning Minister, Richard Wynne, and Yarra Ranges Council. 'Mail' photographer Greg Carrick was on-hand to capture the action.

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LETTERS We all have a voice on trade Due to the bravery of a whistleblower, who risked his job and life, '60 Minutes' were, once again, able to expose the brutality and horror of the live animal export trade. The very worst of the footage could not be shown. That was a few weeks ago now, but l think it is vital that we do not allow such treatment of our animals to go under the radar. There are double standards at play and huge profits are being made at the expense of gentle, voiceless animals. This profit (trade, economy or call it what you will) is 'blood' money. If we were to treat our domestic pets so appallingly, it would be deemed a criminal offence and warrant a prison sentence. Our government and live export industry must, therefore, be held to account. It only takes a few minutes to email a lo-

cal MP, the Minister of Agriculture and/or the Minister for Trade. By voicing our strong objections to the live export trade, we are helping to support Animals Australia for the tireless work they are doing. As (regular 'Mail' letter-writer) Jenny Moxham said recently, there is no humane way of transporting thousands of animals on one ship to another country without inflicting pain, stress, suffering and always the inevitable death of many. I believe in justice and feel deeply for any innocent souls who become the victims of another's exploitation, abuse and indifference. The live export trade and all it represents is a sad reflection on our society today and on the morals behind such trading practices. It is archaic and has no place in our time. In fact, l hope it will soon be relegated to the history books and that tomorrow's children will be horrified to read at what we, as a 'peaceful' society, allowed to happen.

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attract 135,000-day visitors and 30,000 overnight visitors annually. It will create 120 new jobs, and generate more than $20 million in economic benefit to the local community. The project will also provide significant recreational opportunities to support the health and wellbeing of the communities of Warburton and surrounding towns. The project aims to create a world class destination that celebrates and ensures the longterm protection of the spectacular natural and cultural assets we have at our doorstep. Community feedback is a vital part of the project, ensuring it delivers the best outcomes for the local area and for all Victorians. To capture initial community sentiment and feedback, the project team began engaging with the community in April 2016. The feedback received at this time was overwhelmingly supportive of the proposal. Since 2016, the project has progressed to a planning and assessment stage to identify environmental and heritage impacts and preferred trail alignments. The preferred alignments are currently being presented and worked through with landowners who may be directly impacted. During this landowner consultation, we've received feedback about the impact of a proposed trail alignment through the old cemetery near Old Warburton Road. This feedback has been taken on board and the alignment will be adjusted to avoid the cemetery. After the landowner consultation phase, the project will progress to a detailed consultation phase with variety of opportunities for people to view and comment on the preferred alignments. This consultation stage will provide additional information and access to the project team through a series of public drop in sessions and will aim to capture community ideas and feedback. We particularly want to hear from the local community about any environmental and heritage stories that could be associated with the trails, the best location for trail heads and the flow of visitors through the Warburton township. We anticipate this consultation will commence in late June. The area's natural and cultural environment will be a big drawcard for the trails, so its protection is a high priority for the project partners and will be a key focus for the design and construction of the trails. A range of experts from Parks Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Zoos Victoria, Melbourne Water, Australian National University, BIOSIS and Practical Ecology are advising the project team to ensure values are protected and enhanced where possible. Yarra Ranges Council's project website www. rideyarraranges.com.au provides regular project updates, and addresses the questions members of the community are frequently asking. You can also sign up to receive notifications when information is updated. Dates and venues for the next stage of community consultation are also available on this site. Alternatively, anyone who has any questions or concerns is also welcome to contact Council on 1300 368 333 to speak directly with one of our project officers. Cr Tony Stevenson, Deputy Mayor, Yarra Ranges Council PROUDLY AUSTRALIAN OWNED & INDEPENDENT

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The ‘SwinLocal’ partnership provides invaluable support and pathways for students who may not be ready to study at TAFE level. Try a Trade is exactly that; four days of sampling four different, high priority, Victorian skills shortage trades. "The current Try a Trade focuses on the four trades of bricklaying, plumbing, electrotechnology and carpentry," Ms Allen said "The major benefit of a short course is that students are not required to sign up to TAFE to try the four trades. The students are enrolled

in a pre-accredited short course through the Learn Local organisation, which does not jeopardise the individual's eligibility for funding in future government funded vocational courses." Students have access to the Swinburne Croydon campus building barns and qualified TAFE trainers, who take the students through hands-on, real life, practical activi-

ties in the four trades. This program offers school leavers and mature adults thinking about a career change a brilliant opportunity to try a trade before signing up for a full qualification. The next Try a Trade will run at Swinburne Croydon in September, 2018. For more information, phone Cire on 1300 835 235 or visit www.cire.org.au. 12390169-CG25-18

The State Government recently announced a 'free TAFE course' priority list to launch from January 2019. Cire Services' Executive of Education and Training Anna-Louise Allen explained that as a result, the importance of knowing what trade and which course to enter into is now more vital than ever. The announcement covered a wide range of qualifications, all focused on vocational training with direct paths into employment and apprenticeships. "With the priority listed courses directly linked to skills shortages reported in the Victorian skills shortage list (released in March 2018), the data pinpoints many areas around the state and metropolitan regions where there is a demand for skilled workers," Ms Allen said. "Included in this list are a number of construction roles from bricklaying, carpentry, electrotechnology and plumbing, to name a few." Over the past few years, Swinburne University of Technology has been working in partnership with Learn Locals, located in the outer east of Melbourne. "This 'SwinLocal' partnership, as it's referred to, provides invaluable support and pathways for students who may not be ready to study at TAFE level," Ms Allen said "The partnership with Learn Locals means that training can occur at the Learn Local or at a TAFE. Students receive additional support to access an appropriate course. Learn Locals also provide 'taster' courses, which provide participants a great introduction in a future profession, course of study and TAFE life without having to sign up for a qualification." One of these taster courses is 'Try a Trade', coordinated by Learn Local and Cire Services.

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SHORTEST LUNCH 2018

Celebrating the winter Over 23 and 24 June, 12 boutique wineries across the Yarra Valley will celebrate the shortest weekend of the year with their annual food and wine festival, the Shortest Lunch. In honour of the Winter Solstice (the shortest day of the year) the Yarra Valley will become a moving feast of entrĂŠe size meals, fantastic wine and live music. The Shortest Lunch is the perfect way to meander around the Yarra Valley without the hustle and bustle, discover the region's lesser known gems and experience the beauty of vineyards in winter. Shortest Lunch attendees can enjoy some of the best food and wine the region has to offer, with menus designed specifically for the festival. Guests will also have the chance to meet the producers and enjoy some great local musicians. Winter Solstice is celebrated all over the world and is considered a turning point in the year in many cultures. Celebrations and rituals for the solstice vary all over the world but traditionally involve gatherings with loved ones, music and feasts, which is exactly what guests will find at the Shortest Lunch this year. The Shortest Lunch festival runs across 12 wineries with each offering entrĂŠe size meals, dessert and children's options. Entry is $15 which includes all tastings and souvenir glass. For more information, to see the participating wineries map or purchase tickets please visit www.shortestlunch.com.au The net proceeds of the Shortest Lunch entry fee will go to a local community group, distributed via Bendigo Bank.

In honour of the Winter Solstice (the shortest day of the year) the Yarra Valley will become a moving feast of entrĂŠe size meals, fantastic wine and live music.

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And the lanterns light up By Derek Schlennstedt The 12th annual Belgrave Lantern parade is just around the corner and you can be a part of all the action (Saturday 23 June). Each year, the festival has attracted thousands of people keen lighting the night. This year is no different, with the festival promising bigger and better lanterns then in previous years. The event is expected to bring 10,000 people or more to the Belgrave township and as you could imagine with an event of such magnitude a large amount or organising and help is required to ensure the parade runs smoothly. Lantern Co-ordinator, Renate Crowe, said the entire event hinges on the volunteers who do a variety of jobs in the lead-up to the event and during the festival. These jobs include carrying lanterns, directing traffic and helping put out signs and Renate said that often the volunteer get the best view of the parade. "It would be great to have some help," Renate said. "On the night is probably where our greatest need is at the moment but we could also use some help putting up signs. "On the festival night we'll need some lanteneers to carry lanterns, especially some of our big stock lanterns such as the big cockatoo, with articulating wings. "One of the other jobs that is quite important is being a martial down the centre of the road ... you help to guide people in the parade and you get the best seat in the house, we want people who do volunteer to also dress up with fairy lights and colour." People attending are also urged to take public transport if possible, and Renate said

Molly, and dad Jay lit up the night in their homemade Christmas light raiment's.

Build your own lantern for the Belgrave Lantern festival which takes place on June 23. Pictures: DEREK SCHLENNSTEDT

Nimue perches herself under a toadstool lantern that her and her mother, Christine made. 169885

that those catching the train often transform the carriages into a mini festival. "It's funny sometime getting up to Belgrave on the train is often more fun than the actual parade ... the train is always chokkas full of kids, lanterns and it's like a little festival on the

Of course, with 10,000 people descending on Belgrave it's also important that rubbish is disposed of properly and if not then it is taken home with you.

To register interest in becoming a volunteer, simply send a private message to the Belgrave Lantern Parade Facebook page, which is publicly accessible to anyone. Otherwise email celebrate@belgravelanterns.org.au.

An image by Manfred Krautschneider.

An artwork by Janine Good.

train," she said.

Local artists Kiera Brew Kurec and Hannah Raisin are thrilled to announce their video projection project, ''A Shared Public'', this winter solstice.

Project of power projection By Derek Schlennstedt A video projection project is set to illuminate the townships of Upwey, Belgrave and Tecoma with contemporary art that celebrates women. 'A shared public' is a new video projection project exploring women's voices in public spaces. Presented throughout the Yarra Ranges townships of Upwey, Tecoma and Belgrave, video projections by local hills artists Hannah Raisin and Kiera Brew Kurec will be visible during winter's darkest nights The project marks artists Kiera Brew Kurec and Hannah Raisin's first collaborative venture working within the communities they grew up in. "We have been close friends and colleagues for more than 10 years," Ms Raisin said. "We were excited at the opportunity to collaborate and create work in and about the places of our childhoods. "Working in such familiar environments offers a wealth of creative material to draw upon." As a collection, the individual artworks remember stories, experiences, connections and imaginings of the artists and their communities. The video works have been filmed in local 12 MAIL

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landscapes from dance school car parks to public swimming pools and the popular Belgrave Heights Birdsland Reserve. Together, the works consider local folk stories, individual voices and representations of women in public spaces. The series Hannah has created re-imagines local 'big cat' sightings and mythologies. Kiera's works elaborates on observed patterns in movement through choreographed gestures. The artists will also present a collaborative video featuring a collection of local women's visions that has been created via a public call out for women to share their thoughts, visions and wishes for women and public spaces. Working in collaboration with local businesses, Kiera and Hannah are projecting the works within shop fronts and onto walls and footpaths in the townships. Visitors are invited to track between the artworks using a map of the sites between 5pm and 1am from Wednesday 20 June until Sunday 24 June and coincided with the Belgrave Lantern festival. For a complete site map of artwork locations, visit www.asharedpublic.com.

Stimulating the imagination Renowned artists Janine Good and Manfred Krautschneider have returned to the Yarra Ranges region to present their upcoming exhibition, 'Pareidolia'. Opening Saturday 16 June at the Burrinja Gallery, Krautschneider's photographs and Good's paintings have been described as possessing an inherent mystery, as well as being beautifully composed artworks. Pareidolia is the human tendency of seeing objects or patterns in unrelated imagery, blurring the distinction between recognition and abstraction. Their artworks' imagery stimulates the imagination to construct a narrative. Good's paintings show her interest in the interconnectedness between micro elements found in the landscape and macro

views of the landscape. The imagery is inspired by the scarred surfaces of ancient River Red Gum bark, of trees that have stood along the Murray River for many hundreds of years, witness to changes across this continent since before Colonial Settlement. Meanwhile, Krautschneider has been documenting distorted reflections of the streetscape for more than a decade. Despite their beauty, they hint at conflict, social isolation and loneliness in the midst of caf¨¦ society. 'Pareidolia' will run from 16 June to 15 July, with an opening celebration planned on Saturday, 16 June, between 3pm and 4pm. More details at www.burrinja.org.au. mailcommunity.com.au


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ICONIC MASTERPIECE DEFINED by its inviting warmth, this endearing retro-meets-modern masterpiece was designed in 1962 by one of the country’s most enduring and prolific architectural thinkers, Robin Boyd. He was passionate about design and over 50 years later, sympathetic renovations have melded the mid-century aesthetics seamlessly with a 21st century makeover. Light-filled rooms accentuate the focus on minimalist houses with no space lost in passages but with rooms that are relatively large. Stylish interior design elements include window walls and striking pointed ceilings with the signature exposed beams and recessed lighting, ultimately leading to an easy natural flow outdoors to decking platforms and the captivating views which can’t be built out. The placement of the house with the natural fall of the land makes the view a standout feature of this remarkable property. Modern lines define the kitchen with country Aga, yet discreet with fully integrated Sub Zero Fridge and Zug appliances accentuating functionality and style. Granite surfaces provide the opulence. Accommodation in three independent bedrooms and three bathrooms provides the ultimate guest residence in this glass house

on the hillside. Offering abundant living space, original chemise style fireplace in the library and media room for perfect living options. Sweeping down the driveway, the landscape lawns flow into an animal paddock that is perfect for horses. The top section of the property is flat, useable and is dotted with mature exotics. The countryside setting commands phenomenal views across over seven acres (approx.) of lush gardens showcasing the natural amphitheatre to the Yarra Valley and Great Dividing Range in absolute privacy and integrates via floor-to-ceiling windows with the home in perfect harmony. Paul Chai, in an article on Boyd earlier this year, commented that “the landscapes dominate the bedrooms, the kitchen and the dining room; the mood of the building changes with the clouds and the sun” a perfect definition of Moorabinda Lodge. Abundant birdlife and a pair of resident wedge tail eagles, contribute to the country feel. Unmistakeably one of the most iconic hills properties, immaculately presented and truly loved by the current caretakers. Back on trend and a truly rare opportunity to secure a slice of Robin Boyd history, viewing is essential to appreciate the home you have always dreamt of living in. ●

HOME ESSENTIALS Address: 127 Olinda Monbulk Road, Olinda, VIC 3788 Price: Expressions of Interest Description: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Contact: BELL REAL ESTATE Corinne Sukroo 0419 805 915

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HOME FOCUS

THIS IS HILLS LIVING AT ITS FINEST RISING up in complete harmony with

the surrounding landscape, “Serendip“ is distinctively autographed by the muchadmired and personalised signatures of renowned architect and author, Alistair Knox. “When most Australians aspired to a triple-fronted cream brick veneer with wallto-wall carpet and laminex, Knox yearned for a ’real’ Australian architecture.“ And, so... his legacy lives on in this utterly unique creation of vertical timbers, expansive glass and majestic Bluestone. Knox was an idealist; an architectural pioneer who believed in the “relationship“ between a house and its environment. “It’s the air and the sky and the power of the sunlight, written into and over and through the flora and fauna that satisfy our vision, both inward and outward“, he wrote. Forty years ago, Knox worked hand-inhand with Serendip’s original owners to create this intriguing and inventive home... with absolute respect for its unspoilt panoramas stretching from the Bellarine Peninsula to the upper reaches of The Yarra and spectacular sunsets over the You Yangs. Could you ever have dreamed of living amongst the sheer beauty and serenity of The Dandenongs while claiming views of Port Philip Bay as your very own? A rare opportunity to experience this captivating property and experience the wonderful connection with nature with walls of glass and earthy mediums, is proudly offered. In private seclusion, Serendip rests into the landscape on almost two acres at the end of a lengthy sealed driveway entered through grand wrought iron gates. Surrounded by landscaped gardens and meandering pathways, the home extends over three fascinating levels of multi-zoned living spaces and four zoned bedrooms. Originating around nine telegraph poles, the custom-designed floorplan culminates in what Alistair Knox nicknamed “The Great Hall“ ... a spacious living and dining room with huge open fireplace, gazed down upon via an extensive upper-level gallery walk-way. Whilst the entire home features direct outdoor access from so many vantage points, this grand living room also spills outdoors to a large entertaining terrace and fernery. Every room is individual and impressively characterised by the architects signature and thoughtful improvements by Serendips’ two owners including: •฀Private master bedroom with adjoining parents’ retreat/study and semi-ensuite. •฀Two children’s/ guests bedrooms sharing full ensuite facilities. •฀Fourth ground-floor bedroom or executive study with the rich texture of naked Bluestone. •฀Family room opening to wrap-around deck with those stunning bay views. •฀Gourmet Tasmanian Oak kitchen with granite benchtops and top-shelf stainless steel appliances. •฀Third family bathroom with polished Red Gum vanity and Japanese-style bath set below a large picture window. •฀Enormous underhouse workshop with potential to convert to rumpus/garage. •฀Two internal staircases; hydronic heating; almost 9000 litres rainwater storage (plus mains) Experience the captivating views and seclusion of this iconic property to appreciate true hills living at its finest. ●

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13 Brooking Street Upwey

$850,000 - $910,000

289 Monbulk Road Monbulk

$640,000 - $680,000

LARGE FAMILY LIVING IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION

HIGH IN THE TREE TOPS - YOUR 4 BEDROOM COTTAGE

In a highly sought after Upwey location & on an almost 1/4 acre well landscaped, lat block, this property offers quality family living on a large scale. The home boasts 4 bedrooms with the master suite at one end of the home, a separate study & 2 spacious living zones. Outside, the property ensures that those who love to entertain are well catered for with an undercover alfresco area. Contact: Sharyn Chandler 0439 882 442 Inspection: Contact Agent (Photo ID Required)

Filled with classic character from a bygone era and updated with touches of modern day living, this gorgeous Hills weatherboard home sits high in the tree tops and enjoys a huge array of colourful birdlife. Only a short stroll from Monbulk’s thriving main street that includes café’s, restaurants, sporting clubs and public transport, this 4 bedroom home has plenty to offer families of all sizes. Contact: Sharyn Chandler 0439 882 442 Inspection: Contact Agent (Photo ID Required)

77 Ternes Road Upwey

1 Reserve Road Belgrave

$770,000 - $847,000

$795,000 - $845,000

MODERN STUNNER WITH PHENOMENAL VIEWS!

FAMILY DREAM COME TRUE

Perfectly positioned on the high side of the road to take in sweeping vistas, this contemporary ripper is sure to impress. Offering; 4 bedrooms, all with built-in-robes (master with walk-in-robe, stunning full en suite, & decking access), impressive spacious living zone with lofty high ceilings & connecting seamlessly to a HUGE decking area, perfect for entertaining & capturing the extraordinary views. Contact: Sam Adamson 0421 023 760 Inspection: Contact Agent (Photo ID Required)

s you enter the light lled home you are greeted by a gorgeous open plan kitchen, lounge & meals area where you can sit back & rela. There will always be ample amount of room for the whole family with 4 spacious bedrooms. utside offers a beautiful cathedral styled covered deck at the rear incorporating a sieable spa for family & friends to appreciate all year round. ontact ebecca alit 4   Inspection ontact gent hoto I equired

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40 Ambrose Street Emerald

$1,495,000 - $1,628,000

Moorabinda by Robin Boyd

Ambrose Hill – Country Lifestyle

ened by its inviting warmth, this endearing retro meets modern masterpiece was designed in 1 by one of the countrys most enduring and prolic architectural thinkers, obin oyd. e was passionate about design and over  years later, sympathetic renovations have melded the mid century aesthetics seamlessly with a 1st century makeover. ightlled rooms accentuate the focus on minimalist houses with no space lost in passages but with rooms that are relatively large. tylish interior design elements include window walls and striking pointed ceilings with the signature eposed beams and recessed lighting, ultimately leading to an easy natural low outdoors to decking platforms and the captivating views which cant be built out. The placement of the house with the natural fall of the land makes the view a standout feature of this remarkable property

Ambrose Hill is a stunning brick country residence exuding warmth & character, gently elevated on approx 2 ½ acres of sun lled usable grounds. The beautiful gardens inc nglish box, Maples, Copper Beech, Weeping Cherry & Magnolia plus fruit trees & a veggie garden. ith an infrastructure to please the most discerning buyer incorp a 12m x 8m barn with concrete loors & for the horse enthusiast a paddock with plumbed trough & table all with  phase power. rand in proportions, the attention to detail is evident in this 12 year old home, with living space in abundance offering room for all members of the family to escape & rela. The kitchen has stone benchtops, quality s/s appliances & overlooks the meals area & living room. eaturing classic dcor throughout & 5 BDRs, the Master with WIR & ENS while the family bathroom offers a relaing oval spa bath.

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Contact: Corinne Sukroo 0419 805 915 Inspection: By Private Appointment (Photo ID Required)

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50 Bellbird Crescent Emerald

$760,000 - $830,000

10 Jazz Court Pakenham

$545,000 - $590,000

Craftsmen Built Home on ¾ Acre!

Modern Family Home in a Great Location!

This quintessential Hills home sits proudly atop its ¾ block of gardens offering a gorgeous outlook. Featuring 5 BDRs, the elegant Master suite with WIR & ensuite. The home has all the space the growing family needs with large living areas, huge kitchen area with WI pantry with ample room for all your appliances including the fridge. Outside you’ll love the established gardens, automatic gates, sealed driveway & DBL LU garage.

You’re going to love this as new family home perfectly located in a quiet street with easy access to freeways, parks, the local shopping precinct & all the amenities thriving Pakenham has to offer. The home features 3 spacious living areas, 3 great sized BDRs, the Master with walk through robe & ensuite with DBL vanity & designer kitchen with an extra-large walk in pantry, island bench & huge 900mm oven & gas hotplates.

Contact: Bethany Day 0438 844 968, Aaron Day 0407 365 994

Contact: Aaron Day 0407 365 994, Tyson Bluhm 0437 843 820

240 Mountain Road Gembrook

415 Dore Road Nar Nar Goon Nth

$1,140,000 - $1,250,000

$950,000 - $1,045,000

Amazing 117 Acres of Prime Cleared Land!

Private Acreage 5 Minutes to Pakenham!

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With acreage properties scarce but in high demand, this fantastic opportunity is too good to be missed! Just over 30 Acres of cleared & natural bush with a good, solid brick veneer home & all just a short drive of Pakenham & easy access to freeways. The home offers 4 BDRs, 2 baths, spacious kitchen & lounge. Add to this a DBL lock up garage, storage shed & fenced paddocks for 4 legged friends.

117 Acres of prime cleared land Power available 2 mega litre water licence Conveniently positioned between Gembrook and Cockatoo Townships

Contact: Bethany Day 0438 844 968, Grant Day 0417 565 745

10 Allenby Avenue Cockatoo

Contact: Samantha Scott 0438 680 032

49 Fielder Road Cockatoo

$470,000 - $510,000

Rare Opportunity to Enter the Market!

$1,390,000 - $1,525,000

2 Homes on 17+ Acres - Buy with a Friend & get more for your Money!

Located on a quarter acre within walking distance to the heart of Cockatoo, is this low maintenance hardiplank home offering peace & privacy. The home features 3 bedrooms, or 2 with a study leading out to the deck, or maybe even make it a second living area. The open plan kitchen is only 10 years old with ample storage and stainless freestanding oven with gas cooktop.

Considering the prices of homes on small acreage in the area at present - this property represents excellent value!! Offered for sale is a fully fenced 17+ acre property with 2 comfortable homes & infrastructure suitable for a variety of business opportunities (STCA) or perhaps subdivide & develop (STCA).

Contact: Bethany Day 0438 844 968, Aaron Day 0407 365 994

Contact: Samantha Scott 0438 680 032

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1A Glenfern Avenue Upwey

$1,000,000 - $1,100,000

8 Williams Cres Woori Yallock

$550,000 - $600,000

Contemporary Victorian Style Living!

Big Family Living with a Farm Outlook

This beautiful Victorian Style weatherboard home situated on approximately 1,105m2 is full of character and style and incorporates contemporary elements into a classic period style design. With new carpets and polished loorboards throughout while also featuring stunning ceiling roses in every room, ornate cornicing and stylish archways, there is an abundance of architectural delights to be seen within this magniicent home. pon entry you are welcomed by enchanting 10ft ceilings and stylish archways leading you into the large formal lounge area with traditional gas ireplace. he foyer also grants entry to the main bedroom with brand new modern ensuite, WIR and lovely bay window plus the nearby fourth bedroom/study with BIR. Walking through an arched doorway perfect for dividing the home for a bit of extra peace and quiet, is the expansive open plan kitchen/ dining/living area. The stunning bespoke customised kitchen with new 900mm Smeg oven/stovetop and Caesarstone benchtop features abundant storage options including a functional island bench with breakfast bar.

This property is situated in a gorgeous and convenient location, close enough to public transport for the children yet far enough away from the noise to enjoy your picturesque views of farm land and rolling hills. The 2 storey home has something for everyone and with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms surely this will have to be a family pleaser. Upon entry into the home you’ll be impressed by the feeling of openness with the main living and dining being open plan and this space continues with a lovely low out onto the back decking where here you can watch the children in the backyard whilst soaking up your magniicent view. On the irst loor you have 3 bedrooms and the family bathroom whilst upstairs is 2 bedrooms with ensuite effect to both bedrooms if needed or the perfect parents retreat with access onto another great decking space.

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2 The Sanctuary Close Healesville

$570,000 - $620,000

2903 Warburton Hwy Wesburn

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Wesburn Lodge – See to Believe! Fastidiously restored and loved, this stunning home is bursting with the charm and warmth that only a statement home such as this can provide. Nestled onto a brilliant sized allotment of over 2100m2 this historical home offers the opportunity for the new owner to enjoy living in a home illed with character or consider the business opportunity present of a bed and breakfast (stca). Some features of this stunning residence include 4 bedrooms, ornate ceiling roses and cornices hardwood looring arcs skirts and picture rails, feature Australiana stained glass windows, 10ft ceilings, quality Axminster carpets. A stunning formal lounge has a feature open ire place and built in book shelf. itchen with ample bench and cupboard space, a large walk in pantry, zoned preparation area, large SS Belissimo oven/cooktop and positioned next to the formal dining room.

This immaculate three bedroom two-storey townhouse sits in a quiet court location and is only 2 years young. With polished timber loorboards throughout the lower level and an abundance of natural light this home boasts comfort and style from the moment you enter. he stunning open plan kitchendiningliving area is perfect for entertaining or enoying a nice family get together with large windows and sliding doors leading out to the paved outdoor patio and rear yard space. The contemporary kitchen is well appointed with gas cooktop and stove, dishwasher, stone benchtops and island bench with breakfast bar and plenty of cupboard space. lso downstairs the master bedroom enoys a full ensuite and walk in robe with the addition of a private study nook or reading room in the entrance foyer. he generous second and third bedrooms are found upstairs and include built in robes and plenty of etra space and are serviced by the main bathroom with separate bath and shower and adjacent WC.

Contact: Samantha Price 0438 795 190 Inspection: Sat 2:30-3:00pm (Photo ID Required)

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-Comprising of four bedrooms, master with ensuite with the 4th bedroom potentially being utilized as a rumpus room -Two separate living zones plus dining and kitchen that over look the child friendly and very usable back yard -The updated bathrooms are a huge bonus along with the wood heater and ducted heating to keep you warm through the cooler months. -Big usable back yard ready for all the kids to play, a workshop with power, a large deck to the front of the house as well as sealed driveway and off-street parking.

-set on a usable 12 acres of cleared land -serene views over the rolling hills to the Warburton ranges. -The house itself has many features from three phase power, hydronic heating, evaporative cooling, high ceilings, ornate cornices and ceiling roses, ducted vacuum, four robed bedrooms, study or 5th bedroom, two bathrooms, open plan kitchen with granite bench tops, induction cook top and dishwasher plus three living areas -Triple garage connected to the house, enormous shed with hoist, power, hot water, mezzanine level and man cave/ofice area, two dams one of which waters the yard, three large paddocks that are fully fenced plus the large undercover entertaining area.

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Surprises in sunshine By Cameron Hutchison Round 7 was played in cold but sunny conditions; some of the Under 18s certainly had fog and cold conditions to contend with but the reserves and seniors saw the sunshine. There were some big winners and some surprise losers over the weekend. With only one game separating the top 7 in Division 1, it is certainly tight at the top and Yarra Glen have a one-game buffer on Seville, while there are four teams knocking on the door in the five in Division 2. The winners in senior football: UpweyTecoma, Healesville, Monbulk, Wandin, Woori Yallock, Alexandra, Yarra Glen, Yarra Junction and Yea. A Grade netball winners: Belgrave, Olinda Ferny Creek, Mount Evelyn, Upwey-Tecoma, Wandin, Alexandra, Kinglake and Yea. Division 1 Seniors Football Upwey-Tecoma 15.12.102 d Emerald 9.11.65 Upwey once again sits equal top on the ladder but third on percentage after a solid win over Emerald. Emerald got off to a good start, leading at quarter time by two points after both sides kicked four majors in the first. Upwey took control in the second, banging home five goals to two to arrest the lead at half-time by 21 points. They were on fire in the third, booting a further six goals to onw and had the game well in hand at three-quarter time. Emerald played some good footy in the last, kicking two goals and strangling Upwey only letting them kick three behinds, but the margin was too far away for them to rein it in. Upwey-Tecoma Best: K. Hinton, B. Oates, D. Waters (6 goals), D. Bell (2 goals), L. Beacom, B. Bantoft Emerald Best: B. Moloney (7 goals), C. Thomsen, B. Wood, J. Pedder, J. Rich (1 goal), T. Thomsen Healesville 20.14.134 d Belgrave 9.8.62 Healesville are sitting in fourth spot but are sixth on percentage after a good performance against Belgrave. Healesville opened with 5.3 to 3 goals, but Belgrave were still in the hunt. Healesville kicked away in the second, with 4.3 to 1.6 and had a lead of 30 points at half-time. Belgrave won the third quarter, kicking 3.1 to 2.4 but the game was looking like it was all over. A very impressive nine-goal last qurater by Healesville well and truly put the game out of reach of Belgrave. Healesville Best: J. Savage (2 goals), J. McGrath (5 goals), J. Roe-Duggan (2 goals), M. Hay, K. Brown (2 goals), L. Daly Belgrave Best: J. Brown, P. Gough (3 goals), L. Sproules, H. Byron, M. O'Callaghan, J. McDermott Monbulk 10.15.75 d Mt Evelyn 8.12.60 Monbulk have kept themselves in touch with the top five with a very good win over Mount Evelyn. They are now sitting seventh, only by percentage, while Mount Evelyn have hung onto fourth, but only by percentage. They are both on four wins with another two clubs. The first quarter was a tight contest with both sides kicking 2.3. Monbulk managed to open up a break at half-time by 7 points, but it was anyone's game. The third quarter was low scoring and tough footy but Monbulk hung onto their advantage extending it to only 10 points at the last break. The last quarter was a goal feast as there were 9 goals kicked in all, but Monbulk played just that bit better to come home with the win. Monbulk Best: C. Griffiths, D. McClelland, J. Rak, K. Fletcher (2 goals), B. Emmett, S. Van Seters Mt Evelyn Best: C. Urquhart, T. Scopel, J. Fellows, A. Gibbons, M. Brierley, B. Lord Wandin 19.23.137 d Warburton Millgrove 15.5.95 Wandin sit in second spot by percentage after a win over Warburton. The first quarter was tighter than some would have thought but Wandin held a slim lead by 7 points. Wandin turned it up a notch in the second, kicking 5.8 to 3.1 and they now had a break by 24 points. Both sides peppered the goals in the third, with a total of 11 goal in all but Wandin still won the quarter and had a handy break of 35 points at three-quarter time. Wandin had a bit of leather poisoning in the last with 12 scoring shots to 5 and ran away with the win in the end. Wandin Best: B. Foley, P. Bruzzese, P. mailcommunity.com.au

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Hodgett (1 goal), C. Johnston (2 goals), J. Byrne, T. Leech-Hines Warburton-Millgrove Best: A. White, M. Wappett (3 goals), T. McKenzie, B. Clinch, T. McKail (1 goal), L. Barnard Woori Yallock 11.13.79 d Olinda Ferny Creek 6.9.45 Wowee! Olinda has dropped their second game for the season and has now tightened up the top 3 being only separated by percentage. Woori Yallock got the early lead at quarter time by 5 points. They kicked 4 goals to 1 in the second and went into the main break with a 23-point lead. They showed Olinda a clean pair of heels in the second, kicking 4.2 to 1.2 and went into the main break with a 23-point buffer. Olinda came out and threw the ball at the goals but could not register enough majors, only kicking 2.6 to 4.1 and the game was starting to slip away from them. Woori Yallock held Olinda to 1.1 in the last while they put on 1.5 to come home with a surprise win. Woori Yallock Best: J. Matthews (3 goals), A. Marsh (2 goals), R. Allen, K. Thompson (1 goal), E. Clasby (1 goal), M. Batten Olinda Ferny Creek: M. Hottes, S. Atkinson, J. Charge (1 goal), D. Troutman, L. Hill, J. Rankin Division 2 Seniors Football Alexandra 21.13.139 d Gembrook Cockatoo 8.6.54 Alexandra are hanging onto a share of fourth, sitting in fourth with Gembrook know in sixth, but only by percentage. Alexandra were relentless all day and never really gave Gembrook a look in. They got out to a 27-point lead and were never under threat from there. They extended their lead to 35 points at halftime. Alexandra came out after the main break and kicked 4.6 to 2.1 to give themselves an advantage by 52 points going into the last. A very impressive 7 straight to 2.3 in the last and it wall all over for Gembrook. Alexandra Best: J. Steyger, B. Norris (7 goals), C. McKay (3 goals), C. Heaslip, M. Steiner (2 goals), S. Heveren Gembrook Cockatoo Best: D. Volta (1 goal), L. Henzen (1 goal), B. Wareham, L. Taylor, L. Scott, J. Van Der Zwart Yarra Glen 14.22.106 d Kinglake 11.7.73 Yarra Glen sit atop the ladder undefeated but were challenged by Kinglake early. Kinglake got the early lead booting 6.4 to 3.6 in the 1st and it took Yarra Glen by surprise.

Yarra Glen bounced back in the second, kicking 4.4 to 1.2 to take a small lead of four points into the main break. They took hold of that advantage in the third, kicking 5.4 to 2 straight to have a handy lead of 26 points going into the last. The final margin could have been a lot bigger if Yarra Glen had found the big sticks. They kicked 2.8 to 2.1 in the last to finally get home by 33 points. Yarra Glen Best: W. Kristelly, C. Moate, D. Barker, A. Smith (2 goals), D. Hurley (1 goal), L. Telford (2 goals) Kinglake Best: A. McLaren, J. Graf, M. Quinton, J. Crowe, J. Whitehead (1 goal), B. White Yarra Junction 34.20.224 d Thornton Eildon 0.1.1 Yarra Junction now sit third on the ladder outright after a barnstorming performance on the weekend. Yarra Junction had the ball on a string all day and Thornton could not get near it. The Eagles had 12 goalkickers in all, with Sam Morton bagging himself 8 of the best. Yarra Junction kicked 14 goals in the first half and then 20 in the second half; Thornton had no answers for the onslaught. Yarra Junction Best: S. Morton (8 goals), A. Chandler (2 goals), S. Cannon (4 goals), J. Bombinski (2 goals), C. Hoare (4 goals), L. Hoffman (1 goal) Thornton-Eildon Best: J. Scotland, D. Creed, B. Clarke, J. Dickson, R. Andrews Yea 11.12.78 d Powelltown 2.14.26 Yea bounced back from their loss last week and sit in fifth spot by percentage at the end of the day. Yea got the early lead and were never headed. They kicked 4.6 to 3 behinds in the first and the scene was set with a 27-point lead. Powelltown could only manage 1 behind in the second; even Yea could only add 2.3 but they were in front and that was the important thing. They tidied up in the third, kicking 4.2 and Powelltown got their first major for the game. Powelltown would be bitterly disappointed with their score-line for the day and will do some soul searching during the week. Yea Best: H. Jarvie (1 goal), R. Aldous (2 goals), J. Ryan, S. Connell, A. McCarthy (2 goals), T. Kirkham Powelltown Best: J. Iacono, L. Middlemast, D. Hajder, J. Garthwaite, T. Humphries, J. Mitchell Seville: Bye

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Under 18s Football Upwey-Tecoma 14.12.96 d Emerald 8.3.51 Healesville 8.14.62 d Alexandra 3.6.24 Mt Evelyn 14.18.102 d Monbulk 5.2.32 Wandin 12.18.90 d Warburton 0.0.0 Gembrook-Cockatoo 7.10.52 d Woori Yallock 7.5.47 Coldstream Cider Division 1 A Grade Netball Belgrave 80 def Healesville 17 Belgrave Best: Lauren Bennett (33 goals), Jennifer Dewhurst, Kalen Winters Healesville Best: Chenile Chandler, Alexandra Bryan, Tiah Large Olinda Ferny Creek 68 d Woori Yallock 51 Mt Evelyn 34 d Monbulk Hawks 29 Mt Evelyn Best: Jacqui Black, Gabrielle Bingley, Monique Lenehan-Moustafa (18 goals) Monbulk Hawks Best: Kaitlyn Seamer, Sophie Stubbs, Tahlia Northey (21 goals) Upwey-Tecoma 63 d Emerald 39 Upwey-Tecoma Best: Teah Edelmaier, Peta Day, Samantha Silvester (39 goals) Emerald Best: Not provided Wandin 68 d Warburton Millgrove 38 Wandin Best: Madeline George, Tayla Harris, Kathleen McMahon Warburton Millgrove Best: Zoe Abbruzzese (8 goals), Kirralee Luiyf (21 goals), Selina Fotia Division 2 A Grade Netball Alexandra 63 d Gembrook Cockatoo 36 Alexandra Best: Lauren Steyger (32 goals), Hana Duldig, Kirby Welch Gembrook Cockatoo Best: Brooke Munnerley, Michelle Ling (16 goals), Kaylene Clark (16 goals) Kinglake 65 d Yarra Glen 35 Kinglake Best: Monique Nagle (26 goals), Abbie Barnes (10 goals), Latoya Wards Yarra Glen Best: Meaghan Cowan, Chelsea Birchall, Stacey Gilder Yea 87 d Powelltown 39 Yea Best: Gaby Duncan, Melissa Martinov (47 goals), Kathy Duncan Powelltown Best: Emily Ough, Olivia Caneva (21 goals), Jaime Lord Yarra Junction: Bye Seville: Bye Tuesday, 12 June, 2018

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Belli a life member By Jamie Strudley Yarra Ranges Athletics' Saturday morning cross-country was held at a sunbaked Margaret Lewsi Resreve in Coldstream. After a robust congratulations to Rob Belli for his LAVIC - EMR life membership, an exceptional turn out of eager athletes and supporters turned their attention to the challenge ahead. Rob Belli is a stalwart of Yarra Ranges Athletics. Rob has been involved with the club before and after his children finished competing at Yarra Ranges Athletics Little Athletics, performing numerous roles within the club, most notably as a starter during the summer months and as a starter, organiser and competitior during the winter cross country season. Rob is also actively involved in officiating where he is regarded as one of the premier starters in Victoria, often convening courses on behalf of LAVIC and EMR. This recognition from EMR of Life Membership is a well earned award for a well respected, admired and loved member of the athletics community. Rob duly started the first of five races, encouraging every athlete to push themselves, be it training for school cross country championships or just chasing personal bests and the elusive chocolate frog reward. Once again the performance from everyone was outstanding with some very close finishes and big smiles Results from round 9 are: 500m Hunter Lockland-Struhs 2.05 Robert McDowell 2.09 Jett Lockland-Struhs 2.17 Emily Kinwel 2.31 Sinead Willey 2.35 Bryce Fiedler 2.38 Ava Burgess 2.43 Lily Clarke 2.45 Mischa Gopal 2.52 Dihain Rathnayake 2.55 Leah Kinwell 3.19 Harlem Willis 3.19 Amelia Sketchley 3.20 ava sweeney 3.20 Georgia McKinnon 3.23 Zara Gopal 3.41 1000m Cooper Prescott 4.21 Jasmine Cochrane 4.21 Beau McKinnon 4.32 Willow Nai-

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Richmond BYE BYE BYE

Emerald Phone: 5968 4222

Cockatoo

Belgrave South

34 McBride Street 5968 8066

151Belgrave Hallam Road 9754 2293

88

Mick Dolphin Port Adelaide Sydney Fremantle Gold Coast Suns Hawthorn

Richmond BYE BYE BYE

88

Belgrave Phone: 9754 6111

1

LUKE WATERSTON

71

2

ELLIOT DAWSON

69

3

TREVOR & ELLIOT BELL

67

4 5 6 7 8

DOUGLAS NOTPETER AVAILABLE KEN HUNT DUE EVIE WHITETO JUSTIN BARROT PUBLIC HOLIDAY RYAN BELL& JARROD PETERSON

64

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Thu 14 June 2018

Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs

AO

7.20pm

Fri 15 June 2018

Sydney Swans v West Coast Eagles

SCG

7.50pm

Sat 16 June 2018

Carlton v Fremantle

ES

1:45pm

Sat 16 June 2018

Gold Coast Suns v St Kilda

MS

4:35pm

Sat 16 June 2018

Hawthorn v Adelaide Crows

MCG

7:25pm

62 62

9

MICK DOLPHIN

62

10

JULIE MURPHY

55

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Geelong Cats v Richmond

Port Adelaide Sydney Carlton St Kilda Hawthorn

Belgrave Sth Phone: 9754 2293

66 66

Ryan Bell & Jarrod Peterson

Richmond BYE BYE BYE

Round 13 // June 14 - June 17 2018 POINTS LADDER

88

Luke Waterston Port Adelaide Sydney Fremantle Gold Coast Suns Hawthorn

MCG

3:20pm

201712014-HM12-17

“Ask the team today”

Geelong BYE BYE BYE

Montrose Phone: 8761 0688

Round 12 COMPETITION RESULTS DEFEATED Carlton

WIN Sydney Swans

Western Bulldogs

Melbourne NOT AVAILABLE Hawthorn Gold Coast Geelong DUE TO PUBLIC Essendon Richmond St Kilda HOLIDAY West Coast Port Adelaide

Brisbane

North Melbourne

Fremantle

Collingwood

Adelaide

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FERNTREE GULLY ISUZU UTE’S NEW & DEMO END OF FINANCIAL YEAR

2 DAY SALE! FRIDAY 15TH & SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 8.30AM – 6.00PM

MENTION THIS ADVERT AT FERNTREE GULLY ISUZU UTE DURING THE 2 DAY SALE FOR AN EXCLUSIVE BONUS $1,000 TOWARDS SERVICING OR GENUINE ACCESSORIES*

HURRY TO FERNTREE GULLY ISUZU UTE TODAY

700 Burwood Hwy, Ferntree Gully (03) 9758 0000 ftgisuzuute.com.au LMCT11532 *Offer available on new & demo stock during the sale on 15 & 16 June 2018 & not available in conjunction with any other offers. Accessores based on RRP including fitment. Service must be performed by Ferntree Gully Isuzu UTE.

FERNTREE GULLY ISUZU UTE’S END OF FINANCIAL YEAR

2 DAY USED CAR SALE! FRIDAY 15TH & SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 8.30AM – 6.00PM

2011 HOLDEN BARINA HATCH

$9,888 DRIVE AWAY

AUTO, IN OLYMPIC WHITE WITH 15 INCH ALLOY WHEELS & WINDOW TINT, BLUETOOTH, CRUISE AND MULTI-FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL. YRI668

2015 NISSAN NAVARA DX 4X2 CAB CHASSIS

2009 MAZDA3 MAXX SPORT SOLID AND ZIPPY WITH A POWERFUL 2.0L ENGINE, ALUMINIUM SILVER WITH 16 INCH ALLOYS, BLUETOOTH, CRUISE, SAT NAV, 5 STAR ANCAP. XNA859

$17,990 DRIVE AWAY

4X2 PETROL, 1228KG PAYLOAD, LADDER RACK, AIR COND, CRUISE, BLUETOOTH, FRONT POWER WINDOWS, AUTO HEADLIGHTS. 1FT7NM

2015 HONDA HR-V VTI-S INCREDIBLY LOW KMS!!! FANTASTIC FUEL ECONOMY, 5 STAR ANCAP SAFETY, BLUETOOTH, CLIMATE CONTROL, SIDE & REAR CAMERAS, 17” ALLOYS, IN SILVER. 1GD2HS

$11,990 DRIVE AWAY

2012 NISSAN DUALIS TI $ ,990 14 HATCH X-TRONIC DRIVE AWAY

2014 HOLDEN SERIES II $ ,888 12 CRUZE SRI DRIVE AWAY

TOP OF THE RANGE COMPACT SUV IN AUTO, DUAL ZONE CLIMATE, KEYESS START, BLUETOOTH, RAIN SENSING WIPERS, 5 STAR ANCAP. YWR317

POWERFUL P-PLATE APPROVED 1.6LT TURBO ENGINE, 5 STARS FROM ANCAP, REAR PARKING SENSORS, BLUETOOTH, AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS. 1ED8UT

NISSAN X-TRAIL $ 2015 LDV V80 $23,990 2014 ,888 11 SEAT BUS 28 TI X-TRONIC 4WD DRIVE AWAY DRIVE AWAY 4X4 AUTO, IN IVORY PEARL WHITE WITH BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR, ELECTRIC SUNROOF, TINTED WINDOWS AND 18” ALLOYS, CHROME ACCENTS. 1BR2XE

$29,990 DRIVE AWAY

2.5L TURBO DIESEL, VERY LOW KMS, 6 SPEED AUTOMATED MANUAL TRANSMISSION, LWB, 11 SEATER. 1FO3ZV

HURRY TO FERNTREE GULLY ISUZU UTE TODAY

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Ferntree Gully Volkswagen’s End of Financial Year

2 DAY EVENT Saturday 16th 8.30am – 6.00pm & Sunday 17th June, 2018 10.00am – 4.00pm

PLUS until 30th June, 2018

1.8

p.a. % comparison rate

±

Maximum term available is 48 months. Balloon restrictions apply.

Mention this advert at the time of purchase of any demo vehicle for

$1,000 towards genuine accessories or service+ Demo 2018 Golf Trendline Driver Assistance Package. ASC575 ........................................................................ $28,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Golf GTI Original DSG ATO716 ....................................................................................................... $38,990 Driveaway Demo 2018 Golf Highline TDI Infotainment, Driver Assistance & R-Line Packages. ATO717 ....................... $43,490 Driveaway Demo 2018 Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline ATO714 ........................................................................................... $43990 Driveaway Demo 2018 Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline ATO715 ........................................................................................... $43,990 Driveaway Demo 2018 Passat Alltrack Wolfsburg AQG804 ............................................................................................. $45,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Golf R Grid Auto ASC701 .................................................................................................................. $48,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline Luxury & Driver Assistance Packages. ASC710 ........................... $49,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Tiguan 162TSI Highline Sunroof. ASC559.................................................................................... $50,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Tiguan 140TDI Highline R-Line & Driver Assistance Packages, Sunroof. ATO718 .................. $60,990 Driveaway Demo 2018 Arteon Sound & Style Package, Sunroof. ATO713 ............................................................................. $67,990 Driveaway Demo 2018 Touareg Monochrome ATO696...................................................................................................... $67,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Caddy Maxi TSI220 ASC581 ............................................................................................................ $33,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Transporter Runner TDI250 1MI8MW ........................................................................................ $34,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Amarok Core Manual Driver Assistance Package. 1MI8OE ......................................................... $38,990 Diveaway Demo 2018 Crafter MWB Runner 1MI8LD ........................................................................................................ $42,888 Diveaway

Your Volkswagen Partner

Ferntree Gully Volkswagen 980 Burwood Hwy, Ferntree Gully Tel. 9759 8000 ftgvw.com.au

LMCT11299

±1.8% p.a. comparison rate exclusively available to approved personal applicants of Volkswagen Financial Services (VFS)** on selected new MY18 Golf (2017 build) and MY18 Tiguan stock vehicles. Excludes Golf Performance, Highline and Alltrack and Tiguan 140TDI Highline and 162TSI Highline. Maximum 48 months. A lump sum agreed at the time of the loan (“balloon”) may be owed to VFS** at the end of the loan after all monthly repayments have been made. Vehicles sold by 30/06/2018 and customer delivery by 31/07/2018. Finance applications received by 30/06/2018 and approved by 31/07/2018. While stock lasts. Offer ends 30/06/2018. Excludes other offers. Standard fees and charges apply. Full terms and conditions available on application. Volkswagen Group Australia Pty Ltd and VFS** reserves the right to extend, withdraw or change this offer. Comparison rate based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. **VFS is a trading name of Volkswagen Financial Services Australia Pty Limited ABN 20 097 071 460, Australian Credit Licence Number 389344. +Offer available on demonstrator vehicles when mentioning offer at time of purchase during the sale 16/06/2018 & 17/06/2018 only & not available in conjunction with any other offers. Accessories based on RRP and include fitment. Servicing must be performed at Ferntree Gully Volkswagen.

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Front Runner Deals Limited stock

Caddy Runner

Transporter Runner

Crafter MWB Runner

Crafter LWB Runner

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$25,490

DRIVEAWAY~

778kg payload† 3.2m3 load volume Front Assist with City Emergency Braking¥

$34,990

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1,266kg payload† 5.8m3 load volume Rear Park Distance Control¥

Amarok V6 Sportline Auto From $

52,990

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$46,990

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1,465kg payload† 9.9m3 load volume Front Assist with City Emergency Braking¥

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Amarok V6 Highline Auto From $

58,990

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Your Volkswagen Partner

Ferntree Gully Volkswagen 980 Burwood Hwy, Ferntree Gully Tel. 9759 8000 ftgvw.com.au

LMCT11299

~Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Caddy Runner Van TSI160 manual in white. #Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Transporter Runner Van TDI340 manual in white. *Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Crafter Runner Van MWB TDI340 manual in white. ^Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Crafter Runner Van LWB TDI340 manual in white. ~#*^Vehicles must be sold and delivered by 31 December 2018. Options may be available for an additional cost. While stocks last. Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Excludes Government, fleet and rental buyers. Volkswagen Group Australia reserves the right to extend, withdraw or change all offers. †Payload is defined as the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) minus the Kerb Mass. Payload is the maximum combined weight of occupants, cargo, added structures and tow ball down weight (when towing). GVM must not be exceeded. ¥Safety technologies are designed to assist the driver but should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. >Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Amarok V6 Sportline 4x4 Dual Cab TDI550 8 Speed Auto in white. <Manufacturer’s recommended campaign driveaway price for new MY18 Amarok V6 Highline 4x4 Dual Cab TDI550 8 Speed Auto in white. ><Vehicles must be sold and delivered by 30/6/2018. Options may be available for an additional cost. While stocks last. Available in conjunction with 1.8% p.a. comparison rate± offer. Excludes Government, fleet and rental buyers. ±1.8% p.a. comparison rate exclusively available to approved personal applicants of Volkswagen Financial Services (VFS)** on new MY18 Amarok V6 Sportline 4x4 Dual Cab TDI550 8 Speed Auto and MY18 Amarok V6 Highline 4x4 Dual Cab TDI550 8 Speed Auto vehicles. Maximum 48 months. A lump sum agreed at the time of the loan (“balloon”) may be owed to VFS** at the end of the loan after all monthly repayments have been made. Vehicles sold by 30/06/2018 and customer delivery by 31/07/2018. Finance applications received by 30/06/2018 and approved by 31/07/2018. While stock lasts. Offer ends 30/06/2018. Excludes other offers. Standard fees and charges apply. Full terms and conditions available on application. Volkswagen Group Australia Pty Ltd and VFS** reserves the right to extend, withdraw or change all offers. Comparison rate based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. **VFS is a trading name of Volkswagen Financial Services Australia Pty Limited ABN 20 097 071 460, Australian Credit Licence Number 389344. mailcommunity.com.au

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Australia’s No.1 Metro Holden Dealer 2016 & 2017, Grand Master Dealer, Chairman Award Winner and Australia’s No.1 HSV Dealer.

Australia’s

Australia’s

Australia’s

No.1

Metro Dealer

No.1

Metro Dealer

No.1

2016

2017

2017

HSV Dealer

O & USED EM D , EW N ’S EN LD O H Y LL U G EE TR RN FE

E L A S Y F O E Y 2 DA H JUNE 10.00AM – 4.00PM 17T AY ND SU & 0PM 6.0 – AM 8.30 TH 16 AY RD SATU

MENTION THIS ADVERT WHEN YOU BUY ANY IN STOCK NEW OR DEMO CAR AT THE SALE FOR A BONUS

$1,000

ONLY AT FTG HOLDEN

TOWARDS GENUINE ACCESSORIES OR SERVICE

+

ALL NEW COMMODORE & EQUINOX 7 Year Warranty + 7 Year Roadside Assist ^ + $1,000 Factory Bonus^ + 3.99% p.a Comparison Rate Finance^ (Max finance term 60 months)

on all model variants

BIG COLORADO DEALS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

5 Year Warranty + 5 Year Roadside Assist * + Up to $2,000 ABN Bonuses* GET IN BEFO R + 3.99% p.a Finance* 30TH JUNE! E exclusive to ABN holders

CLEARANCE ON ALL FACTORY DEMOS Astra R+ 205214 ________________ ZB Commodore 205043 _________ Trailblazer Hail Damage 204654 _____ Colorado LTZ Hail Damage 204501___ SSV Redline Hail Damage 203411 ____ HSV Sportscat 205180___________

$18,990 DRIVE AWAY $33,888 DRIVE AWAY $33,888 DRIVE AWAY $39,998 DRIVE AWAY $54,888 DRIVE AWAY $62,990 DRIVE AWAY

OVER 200 USED CARS IN STOCK & READY TO GO  All genuine ofers will be considered  Fast factory inance available (to approved purchasers)

 Top trade-in prices paid – Independant valuers on-site

980 BURWOOD HWY, FERNTREE GULLY

Ph: (03) 9753 1222 ftgholden.com.au Part of Australia’s Most Awarded Dealer Group!

AUSTRALIA’S #1 METRO HOLDEN DEALER 2016 & 2017

CHAIRMAN’S

AWARD 2017

+Offer available on vehicles in stock when mentioning offer at time of purchase on 16 & 17/06/18 only & not available in conjunction with any other offers. Accessories based in RRP including fitment. Servicing based on total invoice price (parts & labour) and must be performed by FTG Holden. *Offer is available on Colorado new and demonstrator vehicles ordered between 01/04/18 and 31/05/18, with finance approved, settled and vehicles delivered by 30/06/18 at participating dealers while stocks last. Finance to approved ABN holders only on a Goods Loan or Hire Purchase, maximum finance term of 60 months. Offer excludes government, rental and fleet buyers. Credit criteria, fees, charges and terms & conditions apply. Holden Financial Services is a registered trademark of General Motors LLC and is used under sub-licence by St.George Bank - A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141, AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714. Repayments will include principal, fees and charges. 5 year/unlimited km warranty and 5 years roadside assistance from date of vehicle registration. ABN bonus offer applies to ABN buyers only on Colorado new and demonstrator vehicles and is redeemable at point of sale. $2,000 ABN bonus applies to Colorado LS, LSX and LTZ 4x4 Crew Cab Pickup automatic. $1,000 ABN bonus applies to all other Colorado trims/bodystyles. Not available with other offers. ^Financing available on approved credit. Call a finance manager at 03 9999 9445 for details regarding your specific scenario. Finance to approved applicants only. Not available to fleet or government purchases. 3.99% P.A. comparison rate based on a 5 year secured Holden Financial Services consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: The comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Based on Commodore & Equinox vehicles purchased from 01/05/18 - 30/06/2018 with finance approved, settled and vehicles delivered by 30/06/2018. Max finance term 60 months. Suitability, fees, charges, and conditions apply. Holden Financial Services is a registered trademark of General Motors LLC and is used under sub-licence by St.George Bank - A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141, AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714. 7 year warranty and 7 years roadside assist from date of vehicle registration, offer ends 30/06/18. Factory bonus redeemed at point of sale. Offers available on vehicles sold and delivered before 30/06/2018 unless extended, changed or while stocks last. LMCT8732 12390651-CB24-18 32 MAIL

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