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Bad fire habits burn on Macedon Ranges police have charged 25 offenders for lighting fires or burning-off illegally in the shire during the fire danger period. Fire restrictions in the Macedon Ranges started on December 23 and finished on April 14. Star Weekly can reveal that of the 260 call-outs of the Country Fire Authority during the 2013-14 fire season, 67 were non-structural fires also attended by police. Across the Loddon Mallee region, police attended 233 incidents. A total of 15 incidents in the Macedon Ranges related to unauthorised burn-offs, including four fires in Woodend, three in Gisborne, two in Hesket-Kerrie, two in Riddells Creek, and one each in Kyneton, Lancefield and Romsey. A further 17 incidents were attributed to abandoned rubbish or waste fires. Outside the fire danger period, burning-off restrictions still apply under Macedon Ranges council law. Landowners must apply for a permit to light a fire in the open air if their property is 4000 square metres or less. Last Thursday, Woodend CFA attended a fire on a quarter-acre block where toxic materials were burnt, including rubber and computers. Woodend CFA’s 1st Lieutenant Mike Dornau said call-outs to properties last week proved residents were not aware of the restrictions. “We’ve been to a couple of incidents in the past couple of weeks where people are burning off when they’re not allowed to burn off at all,” he said. The council has not issued any infringements since the fire danger period ended.
Council community safety manager Anne-Louise Lindner said the council aimed to educate rather than enforce penalties. “The local law is there for a reason … we want people to be mindful that there are options to burning off,” she said. “Burning off is a good way for clearing up your property, but it’s not the only way.” Ms Lindner said most Macdeon Ranges properties were serviced by green waste collection, and it was free for residents to drop green waste at the transfer station.
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CFA district 2 operations manager Steve Smith said the fire authority was educating Macedon Ranges residents about the processes of registering burn-offs. “It’s something CFA is dealing with across the whole state,” he said. “We certainly don’t want to discourage people from cleaning up their properties, but the community needs to understand that there’s a period of time when it’s safe to do so. “The best time is around the end of September when the weather starts to change. There’s a window of opportunity between spring and the start of the fire danger period around December. “There are 45,000 people in the Macedon Ranges and 45 fire trucks. It’s crucial that communities are working with the emergency services to ensure they’re prepared.”
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A ‘bomb’ has gone off to brighten and warm up Woodend. As part of the Get Knitted project organised by Macedon Ranges council and Goldfields Libraries, Woodend has been yarn-bombed by volunteers who meet at the library on Fridays to knit and recycle donated wool. For the second year in a row they have decorated trees, benches and other parts of the town in items knitted from brightly coloured wool. Library manager Susie Prestney said it was a great community effort by people of all ages. “The project has brought students together
A group seeking to protect the UL Daly Nature Reserve from development is calling on the Macedon Ranges council to delete the inclusion of an early-years hub from an environmental management plan. The plan was due to be considered at a meeting next week, but the council will take more time to consider the plan and “investigate issues raised by residents”. More than 60 written submissions were received by the council when the document was on exhibition. Council planning and environment director Sophie Segafredo said the future use and management of the reserve had been a topic of “significant interest” to residents. “The submissions reflect a range of views and touch on many aspects of the draft plan, including the early years’ hub footprint,” she said. “We are carefully considering community views.” Friends of Daly Nature Reserve president Helen Radnedge said the plan needed to be corrected and the council needed to delete the early-learning hub. “The remainder of the environment management plan can be rewritten with the willing assistance of the Friends as the key stakeholder group,” she said. The group’s submission to the draft plan recommended the rezoning of the reserve to a conservation zone, a conservation covenant to be applied for the entire nature reserve, significant vegetation and heritage overlays, and a long-term and meaningful partnership with the Wurundjeri Tribe Land and Compensation Cultural Heritage Council. “The [childcare] footprint is on the lowest point in the nature reserve, which has substantial groundwater, a steep slope and large historic trees,” Ms Radnedge said. “If the trees are removed and the huge earthworks carried out, the groundwater alone could cause major flooding problems. “This area is joined by bushland to a bushfire-prone area. “It’s certainly not the right place for childcare on a total fire ban day, and these days are predicted to increase in number and severity.” The 60 submissions will be drawn upon for a revised management plan, which the council will consider at its July 23 meeting.
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Sunbury and Macedon Ranges motorists will be among the hardest hit by the federal government’s new fuel tax, according to McEwen MP Rob Mitchell. Mr Mitchell told the last sitting of Federal Parliament the tax was “one of the cruellest blows” of this year’s controversial budget. The government will reintroduce the indexation of the fuel excise to the Consumer Price Index on August 1. The move is expected to net the government $2.2 billion over the next four years.
Mr Mitchell said most families in the electorate were heavily reliant on their vehicles. “We have one of the highest rates of cars per household across the nation,’’ he said. ‘‘With a lack of other transport options, cars are often the only form of transport available.” The 2011 census showed 63 per cent of Macedon Ranges residents travelled to work by car, while only 6.9 per cent used public transport. “Any tax that affects one community far more than others is categorically unfair,” Mr Mitchell said. He said residents in places such as Mernda, Sunbury and Gisborne had no choice but to
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By Angela Valente Macedon residents have united to fight a proposal for an apartment complex and shops in the town’s main street. The plans for 19 Victoria Street include 18 apartments and five shops in an area that is zoned commercial. If it gets the go-ahead, the apartment complex would be the first of its kind in Macedon. Stephen Colerio, of town planning consultancy G2 Urban Planning, addressed more than 120 people at a community meeting in Jubilee Hall earlier this month to discuss the proposal and answer questions. Macedon/Mount Macedon community planning group chairwoman Mandi Mees said residents overwhelmingly rejected the proposed development. She said there was strong community interest in protecting the town’s natural landscape and environmental values. “Many who attended are not opposed to development but view the proposal as an opportunity to shape the streetscape of Victoria Street and set a precedent for the future of Macedon,” she said. “Locals expect the proposed development to meet well-documented community values and aspirations and respect the planning policies for Macedon.” A state government planning report, published online, details zone and overlay provisions that apply to the land, including bushfire management and restructure overlays.
Since the application to build the complex was submitted in November, the council has received 63 submissions and a petition of 389 signatures. Ms Mees said a reduction in the height and density of the proposal was raised, and residents had discussed changing the design to fit with Macedon’s natural landscapes and village atmosphere. “There was opposition to the car park waiver, arguing increased pedestrian safety concerns and a loss of amenity to adjacent landowners and businesses,” she said.
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Macedon Ranges families are in for a treat this - Mandi Mees winter, with Woodend to host its first children’s festival. “The view is that appropriate car parking Best-selling authors, performers, magicians should be made available within the site and puppeteers will appear at Buffalo Stadium for the new residents and patrons of retail on Sunday, July 27. outlets.” Festival co-founder Gemma Rayner Other concerns included the loss of sun to announced the festival program at a launch neighbouring properties and valuable gardens, last Wednesday. restricted access to rear dwellings in the event She says the event will provide families of a fire, the height and tower feature of the with “a little bit of sparkle’’ in the middle proposed development being intrusive, loss of winter. of privacy where windows overlook existing “We live in such a vibrant community, with properties, and drainage issues. a fabulous calendar of events of all sorts,’’ Ms The council is assessing submissions to Rayner said. this application and has not yet decided ‘‘But there was nothing like this – a big, when a decision will be made on the permit arts-focused festival aimed squarely at children application. and families.”
New Zealand children’s musician and author Craig ‘‘Wonky Donkey’’ Smith will perform songs from his album Not Just For Kids. The program includes performances by local songwriter and musician David Juriansz, didgeridoo and indigenous storytelling, dance acts, magic shows and life-sized camel puppets. Children can take part in hands-on workshops and learn about circus tricks, origami, weaving, African drumming, puppet making, eco-friendly craft, and more. Ms Rayner hopes the festival will become part of the annual events landscape and promote tourism. Tickets are $12. For more details, visit www.woodendchildrensfestival.com.au. Sumeyya Ilanbey
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Sunbury: rural life with city jobs By Yasemin Talat Sunbury has the opportunity to become one of the most popular places for people to live, according to a leading social commentator. Demographer and futurist Bernard Salt was guest speaker at a Sunbury business dinner last week when he spoke of his confidence in the booming town. “What Sunbury has to offer goes to the core of Australian values: family, lifestyle and access to a broad job market,” he said. Mr Salt said Sunbury residents had the best of
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“People want a rural life but city jobs and Sunbury and Melton are two of the fastest-growing places in Australia because people want the best of both worlds.” Mr Salt said Sunbury’s attractions were many, including a steady growth rate, quality of life, rail link to the city, affordable housing, and being separate from the CBD and metropolitan Melbourne. And the list will continue to grow. He told Star Weekly Sunbury had potential to develop into a lifestyle precinct, with a strong cafe culture foreseeable in the near future. A Lygon Street or Chapel Street-type
precinct with cafes, bars and restaurants within Sunbury would mean residents wouldn’t need to travel to the city, and it would attract visitors. Mr Salt said Sunbury businesses needed to work together to create a destination people from all across Victoria wanted to visit. “You want four million people in Melbourne to say, ‘It’s just beyond the airport, it’s 30 minutes away, let’s go have a look’.” But there were still missing pieces . . . Mr Salt said Sunbury needed a campus for tertiary or TAFE education, while aged-care and lifestyle villages were a long-term consideration.
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would include 120 panels to be installed as the school could afford them. “The school’s power bills will also be reduced, freeing up money for other purposes, for decades to come. What a wonderful legacy.” she said. Families or organisations that donate $275 or more would be acknowledged on a permanent plaque at the school, she said. The “solstice party for solar panels” will be held from 7pm on Saturday, June 21, at the school hall. The fund-raiser includes live music, a jukebox disco, a costume competition, supper and a complementary drink. Tickets are $50. Details: 5427 2455
Woodend Primary School will raise funds on the shortest day of the year to pay for solar panels to power the school. Acting principal Lynne Flynn said the school’s annual electricity bill was about $25,000. “It’s exciting to imagine what else the school could do with that money, every year, if we generated our own electricity from solar panels,” she said. The school has had three funding applications turned down by the federal government and is now taking its future into its own hands, intending to raise the money itself. “Any donation to the cause will be greatly received at the school office, because every little bit helps,” Mrs Flynn said. The school aims to install a 10-kilowatt array on three roofs with different orientations to capture as much sun as possible. Mrs Flynn said the total 30-kilowatt system
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Critters in the spotlight By Angela Valente Animals in the Macedon Ranges are being caught on camera through a shire-wide animal monitoring program. Nest boxes and remote wildlife cameras are being used in Macedon Ranges councilmanaged bush reserves throughout the municipality as part of a program aimed at understanding and protecting native wildlife. Cr Jennifer Anderson said the data would show which species were in the region and help with conservation. “We need to know what’s present in our local environments if we are going to have any hope of protecting them,” she said. “A greater understanding of local fauna species and biodiversity will help us make better management decisions for our nature reserves.” The nest boxes will provide a refuge for canopy wildlife, including sugar and feather-tailed gliders, where there is a lack of hollows for nesting. The boxes have been built by members of Woodend Men’s Shed, students at Gisborne Secondary College and people from the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Motion-triggered cameras will capture images of wildlife in their habitats. On “spotlight evenings”, data will be collected on animals active at night with the use of high-powered lights. And hair collection traps will be placed for further identification. More than 70 people attended the program launch last Wednesday. Cr Anderson said it was the first time the council had co-ordinated a shire-wide monitoring program of this scale. “We are keen to consolidate our data with community groups already doing great work in this area.”
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Passion for a class act Sunbury’s teachers of tomorrow are ready and eager to share their passion as they prepare to graduate this month. Students from Djerriwarrh Community and Education Services in Sunbury have started working in childcare centres across the town while completing the certificate III children’s services program. Seven students have been successful in gaining employment at childcare centres after starting the five-month course in February. Course trainer Mehtap Genc said it was great to see Sunbury residents taking the initiative. “The community needs education and study options,” Ms Genc said. “And the Sunbury community needs to support industry courses.” The director of Sunbury’s A Step Ahead
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Silence broken on mental health By Angela Valente A suicide prevention plan will be drawn up to provide better support for people at risk in the Macedon Ranges. A group of residents affected by suicide identified the need for a plan as the next step after a workshop focused on reducing the shire’s suicide rates. The workshop, held in April, included people who had been affected by suicide or who were caring for someone suicidal. They shared their stories in a meeting facilitated
by former beyondblue chief executive Dawn O’Neil. Council community and culture manager Jill Karena said the workshop found there was a need to improve access to services, reduce the stigma around suicide and increase support for families and carers. She said data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed that suicide was the leading cause of death in the Macedon Ranges between 1989-2010. “The rate of suicide is trending upwards in the Macedon Ranges, which is opposite
to what’s happening around Victoria and Australia. We needed to know why … and what we can do about it.” Ms Karena said discussions with agencies including mental health support services found a ‘‘whole of community’’ approach was needed. “We took the lessons learned from Live4Life, our youth mental health promotion strategy, which tells us that no one agency could make a difference on its own,’’ she said. “It is unusual for a council to be active in this space, but this council has a history of engagement in the community with mental
health and its key program Live4Life is very successful.” Cr John Connor said the prevention plan was the next step in tackling the issue. ‘‘A key aim of the action plan will be to break the silence on a topic that is rarely talked about,’’ he said. “If there’s someone you know that is not travelling well or you have not seen for a while, don’t just think about getting in touch – make the effort to phone, visit or have a coffee.” For help or more information, phone Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit www.lifeline.org.au.
school community, creating a sense of belonging and being open and friendly,” she said. “The second component is the SEL program which is You Can Do It, explicitly teaching coping strategies in the classroom, like getting along, organisation, resilience, persistence and confidence. “The third part is working in partnership with parents and carers to develop specific relationships with individual families and understand they have individual needs. “The fourth component is helping our work with the allied health industry and health professionals with kids who do have mental health difficulties.” Ms Desormeaux said the program was “fantastic” and an important part of childhood education. For more information, visit www.kidsmatter. edu.au Yasemin Talat
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A ground-breaking initiative that promotes good mental health in primary school children is being adopted by schools in Macedon and Sunbury. KidsMatter Primary, which aims to improve mental health and wellbeing, has been adopted in one in four Australian schools, including Riddles Creek Primary School. The school began implementing KidsMatter in 2012, building on its social emotional learning (SEL) program You Can Do It. According to vice-principal Amelia Desormeaux, the school tries to put as much emphasis on a child’s mental well-being as on their physical well-being. KidsMatter is implemented over two to three years, and focuses on strengthening children’s social and emotional skills and helping adults to recognise and help kids who may be at risk. Ms Desormeaux said the school followed a four-pronged approach. “First is really trying to engender a positive
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Are you sexist or immoral? Elida Radig, founding member of the Central Victorian Atheists and Freethinkers Gathering, will make a presentation titled Feminists hate men, and Atheists have no morals. Which one describes you? Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 18. It’s at 6.30pm upstairs at the Albion Hotel, 41 Mollison Street, Kyneton. A gold coin donation is requested. ■ Call 0407 240 024
Have you ever seen bickering snails, opera singing mice or spineless swamp monsters? Acclaimed Canadian performer Jeff Achtem (left) will bring all that to life for you using shadow puppetry and bits of rubbish. The Swamp Juice was a sell-out success and Total Theatre Award-winner at last year’s Edinburgh Festival. It’s at 8pm at the Kyneton Town Hall, 129 Mollison Street, on Friday, July 11. Tickets from $15. ■ Call 1300 888 802, or mrsc.vic.gov.au/ buytickets
An Irish fiddle concert, featuring Sean Kenan, Josh Gordon and Graeme Newell, will entertain music lovers on June 21. Local group the Pollyphonics Choir, will play from 8pm at the Norma Richardson Hall, 15 Buckland Street. Tickets are $25. ■ Call Sean Kenan on 0419 210 043
Cut power bills
Fiddlers, singers in town
Offering practical ways to help the environment and cut power bills, Hume council is sponsoring free Live Green workshops throughout this month. Learn how to clean different areas of your home and garden using cheap, healthy products commonly found in kitchen cupboards. June 18 at Homestead Community and Learning Centre, Whiltshire Drive, Roxburgh Park, from 1-2.30pm. ■ 9205 2473
legal space, in a bid to educate on the wider impacts of graffiti and vandalism. Winners of a competition will have their artwork vinyl-wrapped onto a railway signal box. Entrants must be aged 14-25 and submit their entry forms by June 27. The forms are available at: ■ Hume council: hume.vic.gov.au
Farmers show their wares
The Riddells Creek Farmers Market will be back this month on Saturday, June 21. In the picturesque foothills of the Macedon Ranges, local producers will bring out their
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The new WYNCITY Bowl & Entertainment centre in Point Cook offers the latest technology in tenpin bowling, laser tag, bumper cars and mini-golf as well as an amazing range of arcade games. See www.wyncity.com.au. Four lucky readers will receive a $50 voucher to spend at WYNCITY on the activities of their choice. To enter, visit winthisnow.com.au and follow the prompts. Entries close on Sunday (June 22 at 11.59pm) and will be drawn at 10am (Melbourne local time) on the Monday following the closing date of the promotion, at the offices of MMP Group, 214 Park Street, South Melbourne, VIC 3205. Winners will be notified in writing and their names published at winthisnow.com.au. Terms and conditions are available at winthisnow.com.au.
rare-breed beef and pork, fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, wine, alpaca wool and much more. Local musicians will provide you with entertainment while your children have their face painted for free by a local artist. ■ Call 0419 523 324
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Buy a ticket to the Artist for Orphans fund-raiser on Saturday, June 28, with all proceeds going to orphanages in Vietnam. There will be an art auction, raffles and door prizes from 7pm at the Kyneton Toyota showroom. Finger food will be provided by the Albion Hotel, with entertainment by Elvis impersonator Mark Andrews. Tickets are $45 from Aesop’s Bookshop in Kyneton. ■ Call Roni Wildeboer on 0424 938 931
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SUNBURY 3/33 Ligar Street, 3429 Dunlop Real Estate: 9744 2555
A short walk to Sunbury Square shopping centre, medical facilities and the train station, this neat unit with a single garage and extensive paving at the front for extra parking will have young couples and investors lining up. On entry, there’s a good-sized lounge room, and an area next to the kitchen is plenty big enough for table and chairs. Each of the two spacious bedrooms has built-in wardrobes; one has access to a two-way bathroom. The toilet is separate. The meals area opens to a paved courtyard so, come warmer weather, there’s a spot to sit with friends and soak up the sunshine. The property also has a garden shed.
ROMSEY 26 Regan Drive, 3434 Chess Property Romsey: 5429 5544
Price: $430,000 – $440,000
On about 2210 square metres and a short walk to kindergarten, primary school and sports facilities, this is a place that’s been completely renovated and ready to welcome new owners. Of the four bedrooms, two have built-in robes and one’s ideal for guests. The main has walk-in wardrobe and en suite. A big laundry adjoins a mud room. Made for the pell-mell of family life, there are multiple living zones: a lounge-dining room with cathedral ceiling and fireplace, a comfortable family room, a sunroom or rumpus area and a home office/computer room. The country-style kitchen has loads of bench space and cupboards, a pantry, and 900mm gas cooker. Along with a rear deck, the wide front verandah is the spot for outdoor relaxation, and a tradie will appreciate the big shed/workshop with concrete floor, power and lockable storeroom. New fittings and fixtures, floorboards, broadband, pay TV access, wood heater and double garage are included.
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GISBORNE 181 Willowbank Road, 3437 Gisborne Real Estate: 5428 8895
One for devotees of period styling and/ or savvy buyers looking for the solidity and first-rate standards of an owner-build, this faultlessly presented house, garden and work/tradie site also happens to be in Gisborne’s own ‘Toorak’ neighbourhood. It’s the kind of house that sings a Victorian tune: deep cornices, painted rosettes, leadlight, fretwork, brass light switches, picture rails bisecting two-toned paintwork, soft-green floral Axminster carpet, rosy capping tiles, diamond pattern flooring and stencil work on walls. There are three bedrooms, two down one end (with robes and ceiling fans), where there is also a tiled office/hobby room with garage access, and the main bathroom with heat lamp, claw foot bath and period-style timber vanity unit. At the opposite end,
the main bedroom has four mirror-faced wardrobes and stained-glass bifolds to an en suite. A heated towel rail and dual basins set in a bespoke oaken bench/ storage unit are treats, but the icing on the cake is private access to a fern-rimmed deck with in-ground heated spa. Living areas are an open study, a big lounge room with bay window and cast-iron fireplace in a period-style surround, and a large family-meals room with wood heater, surround-sound and ceiling fan. The kitchen is a modern affair, with glossy laminate benches, white cabinetry, walk-in pantry, InSinkErator, snazzy tapware, a wine fridge, concealed microwave nook, Technika dual wall ovens, electric cooktop and dishwasher. A huge, pitched-roof pergola with
fretwork houses a mains gas barbecue, and an adjoining formal garden with water feature provides a peaceful outlook. Most garden beds are beautifully defined by box hedges and feature white roses, weeping cherries and dense plantings delivering shelter, privacy and serenity. Through an arbour supporting a Celtic cascade vine, the huge side yard has a gravel circular driveway, parking space galore and a big shed/workshop with attached room set up as a teen’s bedroom. Across the road from Gisborne Secondary College, the property has gas ducted heating, double insulation in walls and ceilings, gas ducted heating, water tank and a double garage. Carole Levy 17 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 17, 2014
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Peaceful & Productive 147 Kitchenhams Road BENLOCH So peaceful and productive. Eighty plus acres tendered by the same family for the last 50 years. Enjoy peaceful surroundings, an abundance of water, views and a neat and inviting home. Carefully looked after grazing land is suited to cattle, sheep, horses or a mixture. Water is in abundance with 5 dams, water frontage license to Todd’s Creek ( grazing rights to 7.2ha) plus excellent tanks – in all 5 tanks. The very well built and maintained solid brick home comprises: • Three bedrooms all with BIR’s • Family bathroom in excellent condition • Separate W.C • Large laundry • Large kitchen/ meals area • Open plan lounge • Double garage under roof Kitchen, dining and lounge all have large windows allowing wonderful views to the pasture, views and beyond. Infrastructure includes 45x25ft concrete floor machinery shed with
power, 30x36ft concrete floor hay shed, cattle yards, gravel driveway and parking area plus beautifully maintained gardens. Such an excellent property! So peaceful, productive and cared for by the family for 50 years. Inspect, no disappointment here!
“The SoundS of The CounTry” As a teenager I lived with my family on the corner of Canterbury and Burke Roads in Camberwell – trams, trucks and lots of cars. As a young married woman with small children we lived close to a very busy road and then we moved to Newham, to a farm and I couldn’t sleep! The silence kept me awake. Living in the country is a complete change of pace and sounds. Most people will take advantage of a large backyard and have a dog, or two, chooks or maybe a pony. I love the warble of the Magpies in the morning, the twitter of numerous birds as they start their day with a song and the sound of the roosters crowing. These are the sounds of the country and to me they are sounds that say “all is well with the world”. In the 1960’s a book was written entitled “The Silent Spring”. It was quite a controversial book and looked at the use of chemicals and the impact on nature in particular the birds. What a sad sad world it would be if we lost the raucous screech of the Cockatoos and the laugh of the Kookaburras. What a sad day it would be if the family dog was silenced, the lambs stopped bleating and the roosters stopped announcing the breaking of day. Yes the sounds of the country are very different to those of the city but would I exchange them for the scream of police sirens, the roar of constant traffic – no way!
102 Main Street, Romsey 3434 PH: 5429 5544
Give me a bleating lamb, a crowing rooster, a laughing Kookaburra any day!
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• Column supplied by Liz Dormontt. Liz is a director of Chess Property Consultants, based in Romsey. To contact Liz, phone 5429 5544 or check out their website at www.chessproperty.com.au
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AUTUMN SALE- BE QUICK y WISE INVESTMENT y Situated with-in walking distance of the township y Two bedrooms with Built-in-robes y Comfortable sitting room y Neat kitchen y Bathroom, separate toilet and laundry y Expected rental return - $240.00 to $250.00 per week.
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Move In and Relax – 2210m2 approx. y Fully and tastefully renovated y Lounge/dining with open fire place & cathedral ceilings y Large country style kitchen with 900 upright gas cooker y Comfortable family room & sunroom/rumpus room y Shed/workshop with concrete floor, power & lockable store room y Wide side access, safe & secure backyard, walking distance to schools
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y Convenient & comfortable y Walking distance to all town facilities y Spacious lounge & dining area y Modern bathroom y Ideal investment—expected rental return $275-$295 per week y Separate driveway & single garage y Pretty low maintenance garden
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y Spacious kitchen with walk-in-pantry y Open plan family/dining y Formal lounge room y Theatre room + separate study y Undercover outdoor entertainment area y Double colour-bond shed with concrete floor + power y Excellent fencing & views to the hills.
y Spacious block close to school, kinda & public transport y Three bedrooms- 2 with BIR’s y Lounge/dining with timber floating flooring y Neat kitchen y Attractive family bathroom y Solid fuel heating, air-conditioning, electric wall heaters y Wide side access, wide verandah
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y Large main bedroom with super-sized ensuite & WIR y Bedrooms 2 & 3 are double rooms with BIR’s, bedroom 4 is King size y Large formal lounge + study y Large dining area leading to spacious family room y Very spacious solid timber kitchen y Undercover entertainment area, 4 car garage + workshop y 3kw 12 panel solar system—62cent pay back scheme!
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Prestige on enormous 2136SQM corner block! This heart winning Federation style charmer has all the comforts! 3 big BR, two studies, formal and informal living. Great infrastructure inc outdoor entertaining to dream of, well fitted garage/workshop, men’s cave. Quality with character. Stunning!
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Quaint, and tucked away nicely in its own world! Huge 927sqm block. Ideal first, retirement or rental (B&B?) Great backyard for pets, vegies and Macedon way of life. Generous living spaces, 3BR, study nook. Natural gas. Dble carport, access to freeway and train to Melbourne or Bendigo.
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OMG unbeatable superior location! Large DS family residence of approx 39 squares, on wonderland 1800SQM block. Lounge, study, family,living, outdoor entertainng area, DLUG, 4BR with main like a hotel suite! Ticks all the boxes for great family lifestyle with bonus of close transport. S!
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An impressive treelined driveway leads to a private and pristine property of approx SATURDAy 3.5 acres, for a pony or two. The J G King steel-framed federation charmer 12.00excellent - 12.30PM has 3BR, study, formal and informal living areas. In a magnificent setting and only a short drive to the township. Ideal for commuters.
Walk to station! 5BR or 4+ study, all BIR main WIR/ES guest BR own powder room.2 X DLUG.Pristine low maintenance 1500sqm block. Easy side access. Lounge, sep dining, family, outdoor entertaining. Fab cubby house, orchards,vegies,natural gas, town water plus tank water. Room to kick a footie!!!
19 SOUTHBOURNE ROAD
Half acre! 4BR Craftsmen home. Timber flooring, large lounge/living room, good kitchen/family room. Great decked pergola overlooks established private backyard. Garden shed and hen house (inc. hens!). Highspan garage for 1.5 cars plus workshop area. Lovely street,pretty family home.
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181 WILLOWBANK ROAD
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Prestige on enormous 2136SQM corner block! This heart winning Federation style charmer has all the Quaint, and tucked away nicely in its own world! Huge 927sqm block. Ideal first, retirement or rental (B&B?) comforts! 3 big BR, two studies, formal and informal living. Great infrastructure inc outdoor entertaining to Great backyard for pets, vegies and Macedon way of life. Generous living spaces, 3BR, study nook. Natural dream of, well fitted garage/workshop, men’s cave. Quality with 181 character. Stunning! GisBoRNe WilloWBaNk Road maCedoN 1 mcBeaN aVeNue gas. Dble carport, access to freeway and train to Melbourne or Bendigo.
Prestige on enormous 2136SQM corner$749,000 block! This heart winning Federation style RIDDELLS CREEK 58 informal WHITTAKERS charmer has all the comforts! 3 big BR, two studies, formal and living. LANE Great Approx. 7663SQM of family lifestyle! Lovely 3BR plus loftroom, with many additional extras. Beautiful infrastructure inc outdoor entertaining to dream of, well fitted garage/workshop, bathrooms,kitchen,entertaining complex. Highspan garage,carports,workshop, quality farm shed, stable,dog & chookQuality run, enc vegies orchards, deluxe playground. All beautifully maintained. men’s cave. withand character. Stunning!
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Quaint, and tucked away nicely in its own$422,500 world! Huge 927sqm block. Ideal first, RIDDELLS or CREEK 14 HAMILTON STREET retirement rental (B&B?) Great backyard for pets, vegies and Macedon way of life. Opp station - right in the heart of it all! Cnr. block approx 446SQM, fully enclosed yard, LUG pls OSP several Generous living spaces, 3BR, study nook. Natural gas. Dble carport, access to freeway vehicles. 3BR, lounge, kitchen/dining. Freshly decorated. Perfect home, rental, or home business STCA. O P E N or Bendigo. and train to Melbourne
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Walk to station! 5BR or 4+ study, all BIR main WIR/ES guest BR own powder room.2 X DLUG.Pristine low Half acre! 4BR Craftsmen home. Timber flooring, large lounge/living room, good kitchen/family room. Great maintenance 1500sqm block. Easy side access. Lounge, sep dining, family, outdoor entertaining. Fab cubby decked pergola overlooks established private backyard. Garden shed and hen house (inc. hens!). Highspan house, orchards,vegies,natural gas, town water plus tank water. Room to kick a 25 footie!!! garage for 1.5 cars plus workshop area. Lovely street,pretty family home. GISBORNE CHERRyLANE RIDDELLS CREEK 13 EUCALyPT COURT
On a superior 2567SQM cnr block in a prestige neighbourhood, this striking 4BR residence has emphasis on quality. Gracious formal lounge, gigantic rumpus, lovely kitchen/fam dining. Triple LUG, plus OSP. Picturesque fountain setting with huge pergola, sundeck areas. Just superb!
Highly impressive setup on pretty 865M2 low maintenance cnr block. Quality 3BR(ES),2 living,outdoor entertaining. Superior 3bay shed with concrete, high voltage,water and WC. Secure side entry to DLUG integrated into house. Room for vans, truck, etc. Ideal couples, smaller family.
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young immaculate 4BR (E/S) two living rooms. Easy 780SQM with side access, residence has emphasis on quality. Gracious formal lounge, gigantic rumpus, lovely pergola, DLUG(direct to house), highly desirable 18 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES WEEKLY \ APRIL 29, 2014 location near station, boutique cafe, kitchen/fam dining. Triple LUG, plus OSP. Picturesque fountain setting with huge schools. An impeccable home! pergola, sundeck areas. Just superb!
58 WHITTAKERS LANE
Approx. 7663SQM of family lifestyle! Lovely 3BR plus loftroom, with many additional extras. Beautiful bathrooms,kitchen,entertaining complex. Highspan garage,carports,workshop, quality farm shed, stable,dog & chook run, enc vegies and orchards, deluxe playground. All beautifully maintained.
14 HAMILTON STREET
Opp station - right in the heart of it all! Cnr. block approx 446SQM, fully enclosed yard, LUG pls OSP several vehicles. 3BR, lounge, kitchen/dining. Freshly decorated. Perfect home, rental, or home business STCA.
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Approx 450SQM. Offered with long residential lease. Perfect for investors, future Half acre! 4BR Craftsmen home. Timber flooring, large lounge/living room, good GISBORNE 25 CHERRyLANE RIDDELLS CREEK EUCALyPT COURT retirement or home business(STCA)situation. 3BR BV, single garage, updated 2 way kitchen/family room. Great decked pergola overlooks established13 private backyard. On a superior 2567SQMStation, cnr block in a shops, prestigeschools neighbourhood, this striking 4BRlocation residence has Highly impressive setup on pretty low maintenance cnr block. 3BR(ES),2 living,outdoor bathroom and kitchen. hotel, at fingertips! Location Garden shed and hen house (inc.865M2 hens!). Highspan garage for Quality 1.5 cars plus workshop Superior 3bay shed with concrete, high voltage,water and WC. Secure side entry to DLUG emphasis quality. Gracious formal lounge, gigantic rumpus, lovely kitchen/fam dining. Triple location stillonrules! area.entertaining. Lovely street,pretty family home. integrated into house. Room for vans, truck, etc. Ideal couples, smaller family. LUG, plus OSP. Picturesque fountain setting with huge pergola, sundeck areas. Just superb!
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QUALITY RESIDENCE IN A PARKLIKE SETTING (5 ACRES APPROX)
If you have been looking for a quality country residence,with serene surrounds and beautiful vistas,then look no further. The architecturally designed home boast quality finishes and a spacious floor plan that incorporates zoned living areas and open space.There are 4 double bedrooms all with built in robes, master with walk through robe and ensuite.A lovely formal lounge boasting cathedral American Cedar and Oregon timber ceilings, bay window and open fire palace.The kitchen is perfectly located at the heart of the home with easy access to the meals area, study and family room for convenient living. Whilst inspecting this immaculate property, it will become obvious that this is not your average brick veneer, however a unique and craftsman built residence with features unheard of today’s building landscape. Quality fixtures and fittings include zoned hydronic heating, internal glass atrium with water feature, cedar lined family bathroom, miele and omega appliances to the kitchen, huge laundry, plus colonial windows fitted with roman blinds throughout. Outdoors is no exception with park-like gardens, huge colourbond shed with concrete floor and power, four connecting dog runs, under cover entertainment area overlooking the stunning fish pond, plus the convenience of a double lock up garage with remote doors and internal access to the home.The land itself is of good quality, is currently running sheep, however could be utilized for a multitude of pursuits including of those of an equine nature.All in all, it is a pleasure to offer a property of this caliber to the market place.
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SNAPSHOT Thank you Whorlow’s This is just a short letter of thanks to all the staff at LJ Whorlow First National Real Estate Sunbury, in particular Patrick Franklin for the prompt sale of our 40 acre property. We’ve been so pleased with the outstanding service and handling of our property that we would have no hesitation in recommending your services to our family and friends.We can’t thank you enough for all your hard work and professionalism.We are very happy and satisfied customers.
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PREPARE YOUR HOME PROPERLY wHEN SELLiNG “Location, location, location” is the well-known catch-cry when it comes to looking for a new home. But for those planning to sell, there’s another rule that it can pay to remember and that’s “detail, detail, detail”. Careful planning and a just a little investment in sprucing up your home can deliver real financial results. The décor, layout and furnishings may have suited your lifestyle perfectly over the years, but a range of people will be coming through to inspect it and you need to see it from their point of view. There are dozens of things that will add up to give a potential buyer an overall impression of your home and it is important this impression is as positive as possible. “Here are some tips on how to best prepare your home for the market to maximise buyer interest and, ultimately, the price you will receive. Get rid of clutter, Consider a paint job, Consider re-configuring rooms, Tidy the garden, Put away the pet bowls, Clean, and clean again.Your First National agent will be able to offer advice on the best steps to take for the most return. Just remember, it’s the little details that can make the most difference.”
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Living in a small country community has its advantages, like being kept in the know of what’s happening around our town.The Hume City Council has adopted a no tolerance policy to parking on nature strips or in other specially marked parking areas. Footpaths, nature strips and dividing strips are constructed for pedestrian traffic only and are not designed to carry vehicles. Council has a duty of care to ensure that footways and nature strips are safe for residents and pedestrians. In addition to contravening the Road Safety Road Rules, parking on nature strips can create a range of problems including damage to kerb and channel, damage to house drain connections and damage to underground services. Understandably, people sometimes use the nature strip because they feel it is safer than parking on the road, especially in streets that are narrow. However the reality is that parking fully or partially on nature strips and footpaths, regardless of the intention, is illegal. So we just want to give people a bit of a heads up, that if choose to flout the rules, you will potentially get a ticket!
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66 Balmoral Circuit, Sunbury THE CHARM OF STRATHEARN GLEN!
This very warm and welcoming family home has been designed to please, nestled in the sought after Strathearn Glen Estate and surrounded by quality homes. The home offers four spacious bedrooms, master appointed with full ensuite and walk in robe. An elegant formal lounge with cosy open fire place plus formal dining for entertaining. Modern kitchen with dishwasher overlooks the spacious meal/family room. The home has many extra features including 18 solar panels, electric front roller shutters, LED downlights throughout the home, quality double block out blinds, ample under house storage, ducted heating, Coonara wood heating plus split system cooling. With 3 separate outdoor entertainment areas including alfresco, large terrace with views, huge pergola plus a separate private courtyard grassed area taking in views and surrounded by immaculate gardens. Remote access garage with rear access plus space to park a large boat or caravan.
Lot 30 Coop Drive, Gisborne THE RED ROSE OF ROSEHILL! Brand new, complete in less than 3 weeks and ready to enjoy! Surrounded by quality homes and on a generous allotment approx 795m2, this incredible high quality Quantum Homes build offers the
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16 Glenauburn Court, SUNBURY COMFORTABLE LIFESTYLE IN QUIET LOCATION Tranquility abounds in this warm and spacious home, from its quiet court location to its lush garden surrounds. It presents families with a host
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meals areas are well sized, functional and compliments the large family room with vaulted ceilings. Three well sized bedrooms including the main bedroom featuring full en-suite with his and hers built in robes. Out side the bricked barbeque area is ideal for entertaining surrounded by a generous private backyard with mature trees and established gardens.
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1620 Kilmore Road Modern homestead and impressive improvements on Land 30.07 Ha approx. (74.3 acres approx.) Residence - bright and as new - offers 4 generous sized bedrooms, study, ensuite and family bathroom. Open living, large kitchen with granite benchtops, air conditioner, polished floorboards, alfresco area and wide verandahs.
Shed 31.5m x 12m approx. Four stables, hot wash, large workshop area includes car hoist. Grazing land – fenced several paddocks and includes 750m trotting track. Easy commute to airport and Melbourne CBD. Private SaLe: PriCe: $987,500 vieW: By appointment. 4
39 Morand Street
A 2B 2C 1D
3 Arwon Court
For those who dream big! Brand new five bedroom home on approx. 1599m².
A dream property inside & out! Established, landscaped garden of approx. 1335m².
Elevated north facing position, panoramic views & contemporary style. Space for all the family inside & out. The interior offers 3 generous living spaces, covered outdoor entertaining area, kitchen with butlers pantry, main bedrm with luxury ensuite & the list goes on. High quality fittings/fixtures. There’s room to play, cultivate a veggie plot, & ample space for a shed/workshop, plus there’s a fully integrated dbl garage.
Absolute privacy & comfort close to station, schools & Calder Fwy. Recently been updated & meticulously maintained. 4 bedrms, study/gallery, 3 living areas, light filled kitchen, ensuite, family bathrm & laundry. Outside offers covered outdoor entertaining area, secluded & private garden nooks, a sep. workshop/garage (with its own driveway access) & integrated dbl garage. This property is a ‘must see’.
Private Sale: PriCe: $720,000
PrivAtE SAlE: PriCE: $739,000 viEW: Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am
A 2B 2C 2E
33 Brantome Street, Gisborne 3437 Wilma Grumont 0409 138 472 24 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 17, 2014
A 2B 3C 1D 2E
Trevor Hunt 0418 550 832
Brian Hunt 0418 320 412
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1 McKernan Place
1 /16 Fisher Street
Contemporary family home with style & space. Quiet end of court location. Land Approx. 1000m². Better than new – complete inside & out. 4 dbl bedrms, ensuite & bathroom, 2 generous living zones, well appointed kitchen & walk in pantry. Integrated double garage, alfresco decking, landscaped gardens. Plenty of space – you’ll be impressed!
Sparkling town house. Central Gisborne township. Walk to the shops and amenities. Beautifully presented 3 bedrm town house incl. ensuite & main bathrm. Smart kitchen with dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven. Living & meals/dining areas. Reverse cycle air con, gas instant HWS, polished boards & carpet. Single carport. Natural gas connected.
PrivAte SALe: PriCe: $549,000 vieW: By appointment.
Private Sale: PriCe: $395,000 vieW: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am
A 2B 2C 2E
2 Hyperno Court
A 2B 2C 1E
13 Charters Avenue
On 950m². 5 bedrooms plus study! Convenient to schools and station. Modern & meticulously presented. Ideal for large family. Features spacious kitchen/meals/family room opening onto pergola. Also separate lounge. Includes 2.7m ceilings, natural gas ducted heating, s/s appliances, 14 solar electric panels & water tanks. 7.7 x 7.9m garage + shed/ workshop. Move in & just relax!
New-New-New - Outstanding quality & presentation. Land 820m². Brand new & built to perfection. 4 bedrms, study, luxury ensuite & bathroom, fitted built-in & walk-in robes, plus additional cupboards. Powder room, kitchen with butler’s pantry, 3 living areas. First class cabinetry incl. caesar stone benchtops, dble glazed windows, polished floor boards, hydronic central heating. Alfresco & large dble garage.
Private Sale: PriCe: $599,000 vieW: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am
Private SaLe: PriCe: $599,000 vieW: Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm
A 2B 2C 1D 2E
36 Magnet Lane On 1.49 Hectare or 3.7 acres. Elevated country homestead with exceptional views. Superb family living with 4 bedrms, study & 2 living areas complimented by beautifully renovated kitchen, bathroom, ensuite & laundry. Gas ducted heating, reverse cycle air con & wood heater. Polished timber floorboards. Step outside to magnificent resort style pool. Double garage/workshop. Grassy paddock – suit pony, goats/sheep or vines etc. All the hard work is done. Just move in and enjoy the life!
A 2B 2C 1D 2E
77 Howey Street
A 2B 2C 2E
A 2B 3C 1D 3E
Unit 1/ 176 Station Road
“Warrina retirement village”. Spacious 2 bedroom unit. Private garden setting. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in this freshly painted & carpeted unit. Modern kitchen, excellent cupboard & wardrobe space. Central heating, air con, outside entertaining area & garage. Independent lifestyle with option of care assistance & meals. Pets permitted. Private Sale: PriCe: $365,000 vieW: Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm
33 Brantome Street, Gisborne 3437 Wilma Grumont 0409 138 472
35 Bluegum Circuit
Private Sale: PriCe: $570,000 - $590,000
Family home on 3 levels. Corner location, close to town. Property offering something different in a great part of town. Unusual floor plan, established gardens, tree lined street in a popular area. Offers northern light, comfortable living, storage & outdoor entertaining space. Further renovate or just move in & enjoy the lifestyle. Land approx. 1040m². Private Sale: PriCe: $495,000
A 2B 3C 1D 2E
Sleek & modern, with all the extras & trimmings. ~ On 1,121m² ~ A quality build with great floor plan. 4 bedrooms, study, full ensuite, 3 living areas & integrated alfresco. Superior fit out with contemporary window furnishings, stainless steel kitchen appliances, floor tiles & carpets. Natural gas ducted heating & ducted cooling. A new home without the hassles!
PrivatE SalE: PriCE: $759,000 viEW: Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm
A 1B 1E
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54 Evans Street, Sunbury 40 Aitken Street, Gisborne
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173 Station Road New Gisborne
1550 Riddell Road Riddells Creek
MODERN STYLISH LIVING
BUSINeSS oR PleaSURe oN 7 aCReS WITH ToWN WaTeR
. Designed for all your family needs this near new generously proportioned 4 br home offers heating and cooling, spacious kit/dining/family, theatre room, rumpus, study, large laundry, 2 bathrooms, alfresco and double integrated garage.
Beautifully presented 4 bedroom home with lavish gardens to entertain including attached office space with bathroom and separate entry for a business. Outside 5 paddocks, stable and enough shedding to make a tradie or hobbyist beam with delight.
FOR SALE $550,000-$569,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.00-12.30pm Photo ID Required CONTACT Gisborne Office 5428 2800
FoR Sale $850,000 INSPeCT THIS SaTURDaY 11.00-11.30am Photo ID Required CoNTaCT Gisborne office 5428 2800
Unit 3/37-39 Brook Street Sunbury
32 Haires Lane Bullengarook
GREAT LOCATION & A GREAT TOWNHOUSE
EXCEPTIONAL LIFESTYLE / HORSE PROPERTY ON 10 ACRES
A beautiful 2 storey town house with 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and powder room. Large living area and dining room, great kitchen and double garage with remote door.
FOR SALE $370,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.00-12.30PM Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555
Spacious family haven with triple garage and picturesque rural views. A horse lovers delight with 3 paddocks, 2 laneways, double horse shelter, barn, large outbuilding, 4 tanks and a dam.
FOR SALE $699,000-729,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 2.00-2.30pm Photo ID Required CONTACT Gisborne Office 5428 2800
OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 21ST JUNE 10.00-10.30am 2 Cathkin Close, Sunbury 21 Firestone Court, Sunbury 4 Octagonal Court, New Gisborne 11.00-11.30am 34A Backhaus Avenue, Sunbury 1/14 Oâ€™Shanassy Street, Sunbury 300 Walsh Road, Bullengarook 1 Oakwood Close, Gisborne
1550 Riddell Road, Riddells Creek 12.00-12.30pm 3/37-39 Brook Street, Sunbury 153 Mt Macedon Road, Macedon 173 Station Road, New Gisborne 25 Hastings Drive, New Gisborne 9 Chifley Court, Sunbury 12.30-1.00pm 157 Station Road, New Gisborne
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1.00-1.30pm 1/288 Gap Road, Sunbury 3/33 Ligar Street, Sunbury 7 Furphy Close, Romsey 6 Octagonal Court, New Gisborne 2.00-2.30pm 32 Haires Lane, Bullengarook 3.00-3.30pm 4 Centenary Avenue, Macedon John Dunlop 0419 001 991 Andrew Bearman 0487 264 325 Lewis Ford 0448 937 126
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54 Evans Street, Sunbury 40 Aitken Street, Gisborne
2 Cathkin Close Sunbury
6 Octagonal Court New Gisborne
A HIDDEN TREASURE
MoDerN lIVING aT ITS BeST IN a CoNVeNIeNT CoUrT loCaTIoN
. 3 good size bedrooms with BIRs, study, 2 living areas, kitchen/dining area, large laundry, 2 bathrooms. An outdoor entertaining area and a lockup garage complete this home.
. Big on style and space this exceptional 4 bedroom home with a wide side access that leads to a shed and cubby house for the kids and storage area for a caravan or boat will meet all your family needs.
FOR SALE $398,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 10.00-10.30am Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555
9 Chifley Court Sunbury
Unit 3/33 Ligar Street Sunbury
GUM TREE HILLS LOCATION
SPACIOUS UNIT IN A GREAT LOCATION
Situated in a quiet court setting, featuring 3 good sized bedrooms, spacious living area, kitchen / dining space, laundry and two way bathroom. Great backyard with plenty of room and a garden shed on concrete slab.
FOR SALE $330,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.00-12.30PM Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555
Only a short walk to shopping centre, medical facilities and train station. Very neat with good sized lounge, kit and dining with access to rear paved courtyard and garden shed. Master br with BIR and there is a two way bathroom and separate toilet.
9744 2555 5428 2800
For Sale $575,000 INSPeCT THIS SaTUrDaY 1.00-1.30PM Photo ID required CoNTaCT Gisborne office 5428 2800
FOR SALE $295,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 1.00-1.30PM Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555
RENTAL PROPERTIES AVAILABLE Romsey
NEAT HOME 3 brs, ens, BIR’s, kit, gas and elec cooking, d/washer, lounge/ dining, family, ducted, split system, ent area, large easy maintenance back yard, dble gge. Pets considered.
NEAT 3 BEDROOM HOME Built in robes, kitchen, gas cooking, lounge room, gas heating, air conditioning, bathroom, laundry, double garage. No Pets
Walk to the Bowling Club! 3 brs, BIR’s, kit/meals/family, lounge, ducted heat, air con, 2 toilets, large laundry with good storage, deck ent area, under house storage, remote garage, lovely easy maintenance garden.
$330 PW Available: 2/7
$290 PW Available: Now
$340 PW Available: 18/6
PEACEFUL COTTAGE HOME 5 br plus study, kit/ meals/family, d/washer, WI pantry, lounge/dining, wood heating, ducted heating (bottled gas), powder room, garage. Land avail by neg.
COUNTRY COTTAGE 3 bedrooms, wardrobes, kitchen/meals area, gas (bottled) cooking, lounge room, gas (bottled) and wood heating, air conditioning, outside laundry, carport, off street parking. Strictly no dogs
CENTRALLY LOCATED . 3 bedrooms, kitchen/meals area, electric cooking, lounge room, gas heating, air conditioning, ceiling fans, bathroom, laundry, garage, carport, off street parking.
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Doug Gray 0413 161 804 Julie Gloster 0408 323 056 Michael Garvey 0412 298 258
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124 High Street, Woodend
124 High Street, Woodend
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Not for sale
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First impressions count. If you like something at first sight the image remains with you for a long time. So in this brave new world of ours, the world of the internet, the use of photography and video has become
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the most popular selling tool. As the first introduction to your home is often a perusal of photographs on the internet, it is most important that they are of a high quality, and that time and effort is taken to
Raised in the beautiful surrounds of Mt Macedon, Paula has lived & worked most of her life in the local area. Her passion for Real Estate began 16 years ago; Paula knows her region well having acquired a vast amount of experience covering residential, semi rural & acreage properties. Paula is a compassionate people person conducting her profession with a high standard of ethics, honesty & enthusiasm & leaves no stone unturned to provide her clients with the ultimate in satisfaction. Paula holds a full Estate Agents License & also loves to travel when time allows & spending time with her family & friends.
ensure that your property is shown to its best advantage. We at Dunlop Real Estate are very experienced in the preparation of a quality photographic display of your property for both the internet and for sales brochures. We employ professional photographers and videographers who are skilled and experienced in this area. Getting the feel of your house is of paramount importance. Choosing the right angles, perspective, light and features takes skill and showing the best of any views is critical. Similarly a beautiful garden, particularly if it seems to flow into a room is a nice touch and must be emphasised. Remember that these days most people shop on the internet, and this is not confined to consumables. Many property sales, particularly to overseas buyers or expatriates are triggered by their initial internet research. Our interest in all aspects of the real estate industry is directed at offering the best possible service to our clients. If you have an interest in any real estate sale, purchase or letting feel
46 Evans Street, Sunbury Vic 3429 | Phone: 9740 9000 email: email@example.com
free to call me, John Dunlop on 9744 2555 or call into our offices and Sunbury and Gisborne for a talk.
54 Evans Street, Sunbury 9744 2555 40 Aitken Street, Gisborne 5428 2800
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70 O’Shanassy Street Sunbury Vic 3429
03 8746 8000
140 Duncans Lane, Diggers Rest
$600 per week “ENJOY PEACEFUL LIVING”
15 acres approx.
An outstanding property located near the Calder Highway, 10 minutes to Melbourne airport and an easy commute to the CBD. 15 acres – ideal for horses or sheep. Excellent fences. Main paddock and 3 smaller house paddocks all with stock water troughs. Water is provided from the large dam for stock and gardens. Town water is connected. Gracious living is to be had in the spacious home set on ½ an acre of landscaped gardens: Master bedroom with ensuite Three medium bedrooms with BIR’s Kitchen, formal lounge/meals area Family bathroom, laundry Double carport Solid fuel heater 2 small sheds
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Auction This Saturday 21 June at 11am
Woodend 14 Carlisle Street
Reserve Price $375,000
View By appointment John Keating A classic 1960’s style modest double fronted cream brick veneer residence desperately seeking some real loving care and attention, or demolish to build your 0419 880 444 dream home within beautiful established native and exotic tree setting, or perfect Sandi Barry-Mueller 0408 392 347 site for development of quality residential units, subject to Council approval.
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A taste of the good life Ben Thomas finds some of the best places to try before you buy Free wine. Now that got your attention. A few weeks ago, Burgundy-based Australian winemaker Jane Eyre recommended tasting as much wine as possible to get a good idea about what you like. Eyre wasn’t talking about liking chardonnay above sav blanc or shiraz before cabernet sauvignon, but getting to know your favourite grapes better. Chardonnay-lovers should get to know the difference between the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, Burgundy and Chablis. You don’t need to be a lawyer, surgeon or chief executive and have an iron-clad liver to do this. You don’t need to be a wine writer either. Every weekend, and on the occasional weeknight, Melbourne’s better wine shops host tastings of local and imported wines.
These can be pretty special tastings, too. More often than not the wines are poured by the producer. One week it will be a local winemaker pouring and talking about their wines and the next a Bordelais talking about the value of merlot in their wines or a riesling producer talking about the way residual sugar affects their wines. Often, the wines are offered at a discount if bought on the day of the tasting. I’ve learnt so much about wine at these events – my dad and I were regulars at the Prince Wine Store in South Melbourne for years – and have a stash of the wines I bought at these events in my cellar. Every time I open one of the bottles, the conversations are brought back to life, the memory of the first tasting enhancing the wine’s enjoyment even more.
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Try before you buy Sign up at the shops’ mailing lists online or in-store to find out when the tastings are. A few of the Saturday tastings in winter are after the early kids’ activities and before the footy – leaving just enough time to select a wine or two for dinner or the cellar. Prince Wine Store \ Tastings, which vary from regions to wine styles, run most Saturdays 11am-1pm. 177 Bank Street, South Melbourne. www.princewinestore. com.au Pei Modern \ This city restaurant regularly hosts local independent winemakers for a couple of hours on Fridays from 4.30pm – a perfect start to the weekend. Collins Place, 45 Collins Street, city. www.peimodern.com.au Armadale Cellars \ Armadale Cellars runs regular structured tastings, often for a small fee, rather than at a set time each week. 813-817 High Street, Armadale. www.armadalecellars.com.au Barrique Healesville \ Meet a Yarra Valley winemaker every Friday from 5-7pm. 260 Maroondah Highway, Healesville. barriquewinestore.com.au
Rathdowne Cellars \ Tastings run most Saturdays from 2-4pm at this wine shop every suburb wishes it could call its own. 348 Rathdowne Street, North Carlton. rathdownecellars.com.au Nicks \ Nicks closed its Armadale store a couple of years ago, but its Doncaster East home always has open bottles of current-release wines on the counter to taste and try before you buy. 10-12 Jackson Court, Doncaster East. www.nicks.com.au Vintage Cellars \ Tasting time at Vintage Cellars stores is 4-7pm Fridays and 12-2pm on Saturdays. Sign up for Vintage Cellars membership to be kept abreast of tastings at your local shop. All stores. www.vintagecellars.com.au Randall’s Geelong \ There’s often a theme to the tastings at Randalls: 4-7pm on Fridays and from 11am on Saturday until the last bottle is empty. These range from a local selection, a range of wines that’s new to the store or a varietal mix. 324-326 Pakington Street, Newtown. www.randalls.net.au
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35 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 17, 2014
SPORT Winning run comes to an end as Cannons fall silent
The Calder cannons are sweating on the outcome of Touk Miller’s shoulder injury. (wayne hawkins)
Calder Cannons’ seven-game winning streak came to an end at the hands of NSW-ACT Rams in the TAC Cup competition in Sydney on Saturday. Compounding the Cannons’ bad weekend was a shoulder injury to star midfielder Touk Miller while he was playing for Vic Metro in the NAB under-18 national championships. Playing interstate for the only time this season, the Cannons were easily beaten 15.13 (103) to 12.5 (77) by the more aggressive Rams. The Cannons keep second place on the table but have fallen four points behind leader Oakleigh chargers. Cannons coach Andrew Jago said there were no excuses. “They were very good and they outworked and outplayed us,” he said. “We had a few dramas, like the bus not turning up and having
They were very good. They outworked and outplayed us – Andrew Jago
to catch taxis to the game, but that wasn’t why we lost. This will give us a chance to reassess where we are, and it gives us things to work on.” Jago said the side’s defensive efforts let them down against the Rams. “We needed to win more contested ball on the inside, where we’re normally so good,” he said. “They comprehensibly beat us in the uncontested ball as well.” He said his talls – Jayden Foster (four goals), Mark Kovacevic (2) and Reilly O’Brien –were the standouts in the loss.
As for whether Miller would miss games, Jago said the injury was still to be assessed. Miller’s injury also soured Vic Metro’s good win against South Australia on Saturday. Metro got out to a 32-point lead in the final term before holding off South Australia, who kicked three of the last four goals, to win 13.8 (86) to 10.12 (72). After missing the last Vic Metro game, Cannons big man Pete Wright was one of Metro’s best with 29 hitouts, 16 disposals, 10 marks and three goals in the win. “We’ve been happy with the form of our boys playing for Metro. Paul A’Hern, Damien Cavka and Matt Goodyear have all played well, as has Touk and now Pete,” Jago said. The Cannons have a bye this weekend. Tara Murray
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Sunbury United suffered a 2-1 loss to the Fawkner Blues in FFV State League 1 north west on Saturday. United is now 10th on the ladder, with three wins from 10 matches. Kyneton had the bye in State League 5 west.
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Kyneton’s comeback against Eaglehawk fell short, with the Tigers losing 17.16 (118) to 18.3 (111). The Tigers got off to a slow start and were 47 points down at half-time. Led by Ben Weightman, who kicked seven goals for the game, the Tigers kicked 11 majors in the third quarter to lead by 10 points at the final change. But the Tigers ran out of legs in the last quarter, kicking just one goal. Joel Stevenson was best for the Tigers.
Sunbury coach Chris Meacham has stood down to focus on his health following a farming accident. (Wayne Hawkins)
Roos coach steps down By Tara Murray There were emotional scenes in the rooms after Sunbury Kangaroos defeated Diggers Rest in the Riddell District Football League on Saturday, with Roos coach Chris Meacham announcing his resignation. Meacham, coaching the team for the first time since a farming accident on May 3, told players and supporters he was taking time off to focus on his recovery from shoulder and knee injuries. “I have to have a year and a half off work to recover from surgeries, including one on Wednesday,” Meacham told Star Weekly. “I’d like to get back after that, but you don’t know what will happen.” Meacham’s last game in the coaching box is one he will remember, with the Kangaroos putting in a dominant display to win 15.10 (100) to 5.10 (40). “I have had six weeks off work and watched some AFL clubs at training to get ideas,’’ 36 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 17, 2014
Meacham said. “I tried to mix it up, as we have not been playing how we should be. ‘‘To beat them by 10 goals was amazing. We needed a scalp [of one of the top teams] if we are to finish top three. Maybe we can slide under the radar a bit.” Meacham said it was ‘‘days like this’’ he treasured the most from his time as a player and coach. “The  premiership was amazing, but the highlight is these blokes,’’ he said. “It’s a really good family club and the support has been amazing. “I had sponsors and four under-18 players come to visit me while I was in hospital just to make sure that I was OK. ‘‘I don’t know many people who could say they have had that.” A decision on who will coach the club for the rest of the season has not been made. The mood in the Burras’ rooms was one of shock mixed with anger. Having beaten second-placed Riddell only
two weeks ago, the Burras were completely outplayed by the Kangaroos. The Sunbury side was better at ground level and their defence made it hard for the Burras to score. When they did, the Kangaroos responded immediately. “It was terrible, they came to play and we didn’t,” Burras coach Shaun Sims said. “I thought we controlled the game for patches, but not for long enough. “They deserved to win. We didn’t have too many winners on the field. “Our best is good enough to match it with the best sides. ‘‘But we are just too inconsistent at the moment.” In other results, Romsey thrashed Lancefield by 101 points, 20.14 (134) to 4.9 (33). Rockbank was way too strong for Macedon, 22.13 (145) to 7.3 (45), Riddell defeated Woodend-Hesket by 64 points and Rupertswood was clinical against Kilmore, winning 23.20 (158) to 2.1 (13).
Sunbury Lions had a massive win against Redan in Victorian Women’s Football League division 2 on Sunday. The Lions got off to a good start, taking a three-goal lead by quarter-time. The margin could have been greater if not for poor kicking. The Lions extended the lead to 28 points by half-time, and the game was as good as over. Sunbury kept Redan to one goal for the second half, kicking six themselves to win 11.11 (77) to 3.0 (18). Natasha Hardy kicked three goals for the Lions, with Brooke Surgeon best on ground. The Lions are two games clear in fourth spot on the ladder.
Trentham lost to Newstead by 13 points in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League on Saturday. The Saints started the better of the two teams but led by just 10 points at quarter-time despite all their hard work. Trentham continued to pepper the goals in the second quarter, but was again plagued by inaccuracy and lost the lead. The Kangaroos managed to stay in front for the rest of the game, winning 12.14 (86) to 10.13 (73). Luke Whitehorse was best for the Saints.
Sunbury issued a warning to its Victorian Rugby League rivals with a 90-10 win against Doveton. The match was all but over at half-time, with the Tigers leading 30-0. Not content with the scoreline, the Tigers upped the ante in the second half, finishing with 16 tries for the game. Reuben Rennie and Junior Kirisome scored four tries each.
Selected, nervous or not By Tara Murray Riddells Creek netballer Ashley Cole is one of 12 players selected for the Victorian 12 years and under team. Cole and 6000 others submitted applications or were nominated for the Victorian team that will compete at the School Sport Australia 12year-old-and-under netball championships on the Gold Coast in August. “I was very nervous when I tried out,” Cole said. “I had to register online and go through the process with my school. “I had to go to four trials where they had drills on how we passed the ball and a lot of games.” Cole, who is in year 7 at Sunbury’s Salesian College, plays in the Macedon Ranges Netball Association, both in the local competition and for the association in representative encounters. Her favoured positions are in mid-court – as it is with her favourite player, Melbourne Vixens’ Madi Robinson. “I like them all [wing attack, wing defence and centre] as I get to run around,” Cole says. “I’m likely to play centre at the tournament, which will be very tough.” The 12-year-old dreams of playing for the Melbourne Vixens or one of the other ANZ championship sides. Between now and the titles, Cole has a busy schedule on top of her regular weekly matches. “I don’t know many of the team, so we need to learn about each other,” she said. “We will be training nearly every weekend in the lead-up to the event.” She has made the Victorian side at her Riddells Creek’s Ashley Cole is prepared for a lot of hard work after being selected for the Victorian second attempt. under-12 netball side. (Wayne Hawkins)
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Q FOOTBALL RIDDELL DISTRICT FL – RD 9 SENIORS ROMSEY 5.4 9.7 20.14 20.14 (134) LANCEFIELD 0.4 2.7 4.9 4.9 (33) Goals: Romsey: Mathew Davidson 4 Lobb 3 Saad 3 Way 3 Mitchell 2 Petroro 2 McNaughton Farmer Mills. Lancefield: Lyndon Thompson 2 Swindells Burkett. Best: Romsey: Danny Harrison Mitchell Streeter Saad Rayment Austin. Lancefield: Matthew Burkett Woolcock Collins Tirpkos Fulton Swindells. ROCKBANK 6.1 11.7 20.11 22.13 (145) MACEDON 1.1 3.1 4.2 7.3 (45) Goals: Rockbank: Tim Senserrick 4 Armistead 4 Warrell 4 Innella 3 Hill 3 Sobotnicki 2 McGee Lowe. Macedon: Alistair Meldrum 3 Miletic Birkett Kernan Wright. Best: Rockbank: Jake Armistead Hill Warrell Hall Zerafa Rich. Macedon: Joshua Krispyn Christiansen Goodwin Johnstone Henry Wright. BROADFORD 4.4 6.7 8.11 9.16 (70) WALLAN 2.3 4.5 8.7 9.10 (64) Details unavailable. SUNBURY KANG. 3.4 7.4 10.6 15.10 (100) DIGGERS REST 1.3 2.6 5.8 5.10 (40) Goals: Sunbury Kangaroos: Jamerson Campbell 4 Pretty 2 Streiff 2 Powell Cuffe Kook Baddeley Cuffe House Kaufmann. Diggers Rest: Joseph Piccolo 2 Tyquin Kilty Breen. Best: Sunbury Kangaroos: David House Murphy Campbell Tate Kaufmann Streiff. Diggers Rest: Mark Freeth Laurie Gleeson Sluggett Heritage Pinder. Team Romsey Riddell Rupertswood Sunbury Kang. Diggers Rest Rockbank Melton Centrals Lancefield Wallan Woodend-Hesket Macedon Broadford Kilmore
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LADDER W L D For 8 0 0 1112 7 1 0 811 6 2 0 741 5 3 0 767 5 3 0 746 4 3 0 531 4 4 0 568 4 4 0 537 3 5 0 510 2 5 0 371 2 6 0 481 1 8 0 548 0 7 0 392
Agst 323 461 360 508 588 573 630 709 711 607 912 906 827
% 344.27 175.92 205.83 150.98 126.87 92.67 90.16 75.74 71.73 61.12 52.74 60.49 47.4
Pts 36 32 24 24 24 20 20 20 16 12 12 4 4
Reserves: Rupertswood 13.19 bt Kilmore 3.1, Macedon 9.11 bt Rockbank 5.6, Riddell 12.18 bt Woodend-Hesket 3.3, Broadford 10.6 bt Wallan 6.7, Diggers Rest 8.7 bt Sunbury Kangaroos 7.4. Under-18: Rupertswood 9.17 bt Kilmore 3.2, Rockbank 6.14 bt Macedon 5.10, Riddell 5.7 bt Woodend-Hesket 5.5, Broadford 8.13 bt Wallan 9.7, Sunbury Kangaroos 10.6 bt Diggers Rest 8.7.
BALLARAT FL Seniors: Darley 16.16 bt Melton South 11.3, North Ballarat City 11.10 bt Melton 3.11, East Point 14.22 bt Sebastopol 6.11, Redan 17.12 bt Lake Wendouree 10.13. Reserves: Ballarat 13.9 bt Bacchus Marsh 6.5, Darley 15.10 bt Melton South 4.6, North Ballarat City 8.6 bt Melton 3.8, East Point 17.13 bt Sebastopol 3.1. Under-18.5: Ballarat 14.13 bt Bacchus Marsh 2.4, Melton South 7.11 bt Darley 6.5, North Ballarat City 24.14 bt Melton 4.1, East Point 9.12 bt Sebastopol 3.15.
BENDIGO FL Seniors: Strathfieldsaye 11.16 bt Golden Square 6.7. Reserves: Eaglehawk 10.9 bt Kyneton 5.9, Strathfieldsaye 8.9 bt Golden Square 7.5. Under-18: Eaglehawk 27.16 bt Kyneton 1.3, Strathfieldsaye 11.5 bt Golden Square 6.4.
Seniors: Hepburn 20.13 bt Carngham Linton 12.11, Daylesford 8.8 bt Dunnstown 4.6, Bungaree 8.18 bt Ballan 6.7, Buninyong 7.5 bt Learmonth 6.8, Creswick 11.9 bt Rokewood-Corindhap 9.3, Waubra 37.26 bt Smythesdale 0.1, Skipton 8.5 bt Beaufort 5.5, Gordon 13.12 bt Springbank 6.5, Newlyn 13.7 bt Clunes 6.8. Reserves: Hepburn 17.10 bt Carngham Linton 7.6, Dunnstown 6.8 bt Daylesford 5.10, Bungaree 12.12 bt Ballan 6.8, Buninyong 12.21 bt Learmonth 2.4, Rokewood-Corindhap 7.8 bt Creswick 7.5, Waubra 28.14 bt Smythesdale 0.2, Beaufort 8.23 bt Skipton 5.1, Gordon 7.7 bt Springbank 4.4, Newlyn 19.7 bt Clunes 3.2. Under-17.5: Hepburn 18.8 bt Carngham Linton 8.4, Daylesford 11.11 bt Dunnstown 5.9, Bungaree 18.11 bt Ballan 5.3, Learmonth 16.20 bt Buninyong 3.2, Creswick 11.4 bt Rokewood-Corindhap 1.6, Smythesdale 8.7 bt Waubra 4.4, Beaufort 14.18 bt Skipton 2.3, Springbank 10.12 bt Gordon 2.5, Newlyn 16.7 bt Clunes 2.4.
VCFL JNR REPRESENTATIVE GOLDFIELDS TROPHY U-16.5: Ballart 15.8 bt Bendigo Jnr 2.2. U-15: Bendigo Jnr 10.8 bt Ballart 9.9. U-14: Bendigo Jnr 13.4 bt Ballart 4.10. U-13: Bendigo Jnr 13.10 bt Ballart 1.5. U-12: Ballarat 9.6 bt Bendigo 3.6. Youth Girls: Youth Girls Bendigo 8.11 bt Youth Girls Ballarat 3.0.
VWFL PREMIER DIVISION DAREBIN 1.4 6.8 7.10 10.15 (75) MELBOURNE UNI 1.0 1.1 4.2 4.2 (26) Goals: Darebin: K Brennan 3 J Lange 2 L Arnell 2 E O’Dea D Vescio J Dal Pos. Melbourne Uni: E Blackburn 2 G Anderson K Ashmore. Best: Darebin: D Pearce A O’Connor J Lange E O’Dea K Brennan L Arnell. Melbourne Uni: R Goring L Caluzzi E Kearney E Blackburn G Anderson C McIntosh. EASTERN DEVILS 5.3 9.10 11.13 17.18 (120) BENDIGO 0.0 0.0 1.2 1.2 (8) Goals: Eastern Devils: S Perkins 5 K Heil 3 J Lambert 3 T Ashley 2 O Crowe H Scott L Snart E Kearney. Bendigo: A Wearne. Best: Eastern Devils: J Foster H Scott S Carroll M Hutchins K Heil E Oliver. Bendigo: G Campbell M Krause E Hopkins C Blakeway L Stewart L Campbell. DIV 1: Darebin 7.4 bt Melbourne Uni 0.1, Knox 4.12 bt Eastern Devils 5.4. DIV 2: Sunbury 11.11 bt Redan 3.0, Mordialloc 5.4 bt La Trobe Uni 1.6, North Geelong 5.8 bt Seaford 3.5.
VFL – RD 10 NORTHERN 4.3 7.11 9.12 12.15 (87) RICHMOND 1.4 2.6 7.12 11.14 (80) Goals: Northern: Thomas 3 Johnson 3 Totevski 2 Byrne Dufficy Wilson Taglieri. Richmond: McBean 3 Williams 2 O’Hanlon 2 Lloyd 2 Bathie Arnot. Best: Northern: Johnson McInnes Thomas Dirago Cachia Lucas. Richmond: Young Arnot Batsanis Wynne Lloyd O’Hanlon. At ME Bank Centre. FOOTSCRAY 7.0 11.2 15.3 19.8 (122) PORT MELBOURNE 4.1 9.3 12.7 13.8 (86) Goals: Footscray: Honeychurch 5 Stringer 3 Redpath 3 Iaccarino 2 Hunter 2 Campbell Prismall Lower Cordy. Port Melbourne: Connors 4 Magner 2 Johnston Johnston Cain O’Sullivan Valenti Scipione Beasley. Best: Footscray: Honeychurch Lower Stringer Hunter Russell Goodes. Port Melbourne: Pinwill O’Sullivan Valenti Magner Cain Connors. At North Port Oval. BOX HILL 4.2 7.5 8.8 14.9 (93) WILLIAMSTOWN 1.5 5.8 9.12 10.12 (72) Goals: Box Hill: Willsmore 4 Grimley 3 Cust 2 Lowden 2 Tobin Lock Sicily. Williamstown: Clouston 3 Marcon 2 Anastasio 2 Johnstone Lambert Sing.
Best: Box Hill: Iles Woodward Willsmore Kelly Mirra Webster. Williamstown: Davies Meese Lambert Jolley Carr Mangan. At Box Hill City Oval. GEELONG CATS 4.2 8.7 13.13 20.15 (135) COBURG 4.0 5.2 6.4 8.10 (58) Goals: Geelong Cats: Kersten 6 McFarlane 3 Toohey 2 Thurlow 2 Kolodjashnij 2 Hollmer 2 Sully Luxford Caddy. Coburg: Thomas 2 Featherstone 2 Carnell Younan Venditti Saad. Best: Geelong Cats: Thurlow Kersten Christensen Caddy Sheringham Hunt. Coburg: Venditti Saad McConnell Blair Featherstone Sortino. At Piranha Park. SANDRINGHAM 6.2 10.12 11.15 14.20 (104) COLLINGWOOD 4.3 4.4 8.11 8.12 (60) Goals: Sandringham: Dunell 4 Zijai 2 Cook 2 Stanley 2 Maister 2 Dennis-Lane Siposs. Collingwood: Martin 2 Fasolo 2 Gray Pendlebury Mooney Oxley. Best: Sandringham: Savage Gwilt Holmes Minchington Munro Cook. Collingwood: Marsh Kennedy Hudson Yagmoor Hellier Martin. At Trevor Barker Beach Oval. NORTH BALLARAT 1.3 5.5 7.7 11.17 (83) CASEY SCORPIONS 5.2 8.5 9.7 9.9 (63) Goals: North Ballarat: Couch 2 McKenzie 2 George Staley Keeble Horbury Tate Wallace Jacobs. Casey Scorpions: Fitzpatrick Kennedy-Harris Tapscott Best Toumpas Blease Smith Page Harmes. Best: North Ballarat: Rippon Dumont Peters Couch Horbury McKenzie. Casey Scorpions: Georgiou Michie Toumpas Tapscott Blease Davis. At Eureka Stadium. ESSENDON 3.4 3.9 10.13 14.14 (98) WERRIBEE 1.2 7.3 10.5 15.7 (97) Goals: Essendon: Thompson 3 Hardingham 2 Kefford 2 Fantasia Langford Colyer Merrett Mellington Jetta Edwards. Werribee: Speight 3 Brown 3 Warren 2 Gribble Robinson McMahon Harper Martyn Davis Daw. Best: Essendon: Jetta Duscher Colyer O’Brien Merrett Thompson. Werribee Tigers: Hine Daw Brown Wright Speight Harper At Avalon Airport Oval. FRANKSTON 3.3 5.8 8.12 12.16 (88) BENDIGO 1.3 2.6 4.13 6.16 (52) Goals: Frankston: Garner 2 Harper 2 Cavarra 2 Newman Coleman Haretuku Lourey Cameron Kitchin. Bendigo: Collins 4 Stroobants Magin. Best: Frankston: Buchan Cavarra Potts Newman Tynan Simpson. Bendigo: Redfern Wallin Farrelly Sketcher Collins Collins. At Frankston Oval.
TAC CUP – RD 10 NORTHERN 4.1 8.7 10.11 13.14 (92) TASMANIA 2.4 4.7 7.9 7.11 (53) Goals: Northern: Jordan 3 Murphy 2 Hunt 2 Fiorini Gresham Declase El Moussalli Malone Switkowski. Tasmania: Pitchford 2 Watts Sharman Rainbird Dickenson Bellchambers. Best: Northern: Short Murphy Gresham Switkowski Jordan Disanto. Tasmania: Dickenson Hislop Reynolds Jones Bellchambers Johnson. At Preston City Oval. NSW/ACT 2.4 7.7 10.10 15.13 (103) CALDER 4.0 7.1 8.3 12.5 (77) Goals: NSW/ACT: Davis 5 Finlayson 3 Steele 3 Foster Mills Hiscox Flagg. Calder: Foster 4 Kovacevic 3 O’Brien Gawthrop Kerbatieh Wallis Laguda. Best: NSW/ACT: Mills Davis Finlayson Steele Heeney Flynn. Calder: Kovacevic O’Brien Carboni Stillman Smith Foster. At Blacktown International Sportspark. DANDENONG 5.0 9.5 13.6 15.10 (100) GIPPSLAND 3.1 4.4 7.7 11.9 (75) Goals: Dandenong: Joyce 4 Downie 2 Tomkins 2 Stoffels Young Batten Williams Di Pasquale Myatt Dale. Gippsland: Papley 3 Holmes 2 Grech Ambler Di Ciero Olsson Jacobsen Ferreira. Best: Dandenong: Gray Harnett Geurts Dale Glen Joyce. Gippsland: Holmes Dessent Timms Papley Di Ciero Beck. At Shepley Oval. NORTH BALLARAT 3.1 9.5 9.8 13.8 (86) MURRAY 4.2 6.2 9.5 12.8 (80) Goals: North Ballarat: Marshall 3 Palmer 2 Mason 2 Templeton 2 Lloyd Simpson Johnston Wheelahan. Murray: Coughlan 5 Schache 3 Clarke 2 Carroll Hodgson.
Jets can’t shake off Sharks Sunbury Jets men’s and women’s sides were on the wrong end of their matches in Sunday’s Big V division 1 basketball. In a double-header against the Southern Peninsula Sharks at Boardman Reserve, the bottom-of-the-table women’s side was up first against the ninth-placed Sharks. The match ended in a heartbreaking loss for the Jets, 68-66 in a thrilling finish. Scores were level at both quarter and half-time, and the Jets led by three points entering the final term. Sadly for the Jets, they weren’t in front when it mattered, just missing out on their second win for the season. Emmie O’Nial continued her good form to lead the Jets with 21 points and 18 rebounds. The men’s match wasn’t so close, with the ladder-leading Sharks winning 93-81. Both teams shot at a high percentage from the field in the early going, but the visitors took a four-point lead at quarter-time. After leading by eight at the half, the Sharks stepped up their game in the third term, shooting seven three-pointers to extend the lead to 16. The Jets didn’t let the Sharks run away with the game in the final term and, as small consolation, won the quarter by four points. Gavin Mitchell and Jay Boyle each scored 16 points for the Jets. The men’s side will play the Altona Gators away on Sunday, while the women travel to Geelong to take on the Supercats.
Best: North Ballarat: McDonald Mason Marshall Webster Lloyd Palmer. Murray: Mellington Coughlan Waite Hodgson Brown Schache. At Highgate Recreation Reserve. BENDIGO 3.3 5.3 9.8 10.10 (70) GEELONG 2.2 4.5 6.7 9.9 (63) Goals: Bendigo: Johnson 4 Hore 2 Chisari 2 Toohey Muscatello. Geelong: Melican 2 Wagener Hudson Dixon Remmos Augerinos Kol Hickey. Best: Bendigo: Johnson Harper Lawton Mangan Edwards Davie. Geelong: Miles Kol McMahon Maddock Dixon Davis. At Avalon Airport Oval. OAKLEIGH 1.1 5.3 8.3 11.5 (71) SANDRINGHAM 4.5 7.7 9.10 9.12 (66) Goals: Oakleigh: McLean 3 Patterson 3 Waddell Allen Morgan Kinsella Oppy. Sandringham: Spencer 4 Ritchie Maynard Dear Gunning Gogis. Best: Oakleigh: Rivett Halsall Sinclair Waddell McLean Patterson. Sandringham: Dear Maynard Neiwand James Iudica Ritchie. At Warrawee Park. WESTERN 4.1 9.3 12.4 13.7 (85) EASTERN 3.1 6.3 8.5 12.9 (81) Goals: Western: Coletta 5 Spiteri 3 Menadue 2 Delahey Orr Stuhldreier. Eastern: Weideman 3 Klep 2 Lennox 2 Hardwick 2 Sheridan-Ferrie Traynor Sverns. Best: Western: Myers Menadue Monk Coletta Orr Spiteri. Eastern: Hannon Crocker Collins Healy Traynor Cotte. At Box Hill City Oval.
AFL U-18 C’SHIP – RD 4 DIVISION 1 VIC METRO 3.4 7.4 10.6 13.8 (86) SOUTH AUST 1.2 4.8 5.10 10.12 (72) Goals: Vic Metro: E Langdon 4 B Payne 3 P Wright 3 T Miller A Brayshaw K Langford. SA: J Hone 3 J Press A Neal-Bullen D Hamilton H Wigg T Read P Spurling S Tahana. Best: Vic Metro: E Langdon P Wright D Viojo E Vickers-Willis C Ellis J Castagna. SA: J Johansen H Wigg A Neal-Bullen B Stretch J Hone C Gregson. At AAMI Stadium. VIC COUNTRY 4.6 7.7 11.8 14.13 (97) WESTERN AUST 0.1 2.2 2.4 5.5 (35) Goals: Vic Country: Lonie 4 Butler 3 Webb 2 Wilson 2 Parish Nyuon Marchbank. WA: Stewart Pickett Watson Bevan Nelson. Best: Vic Country: Lonie Dixon Tucker White Goddard Nelson. WA: Hardisty Watson Winton Dent Blakely Smith. At Fremantle Oval.
Q NETBALL BALLARAT NL Seniors: A: Darley 41 bt Melton South 27, Melton 40 bt North Ballarat City 26, East Point 55 bt Sebastopol 34, Lake Wendouree 25 bt Redan 36. A res: Darley 37 bt Melton South 36, Melton 46 bt North Ballarat City 32, East Point 64 bt Sebastopol 20, Lake Wendouree 29 bt Redan 28. B: Darley 27 bt Melton South 21, Melton 45 bt North Ballarat City 12, East Point 32 bt Sebastopol 10, Lake Wendouree 36 bt Redan 26.
QRUGBY UNION VRU Dewar Shield: Melbourne 48 bt Southern Districts 24, Box Hill 26 bt Footscray 28, Power House 24 bt Harlequin 22, Moorabbin 27 bt Endeavour Hills 24. Premier 2: Melbourne 37 bt Southern Districts 17, Box Hill 10 bt Footscray 34, Power House 15 bt Harlequin 14, Moorabbin 19 bt Endeavour Hills 29. Premier 3: Melbourne 68 bt Southern Districts 0, Box Hill 15 bt Footscray 65, Power House 12 bt Harlequin 11, Moorabbin 7 bt Endeavour Hills 61. Colts: Melbourne 10 bt Moorabbin 21. 2nd Div: A: Geelong 6 bt Northern 29, Wyndham City 3 bt Kiwi Hawthorn 0, VSRU SKC 22 bt SC 6, BGS 17 bt GGS 7, MGS 38 bt XC 17, MC 46 bt Haile 15, Iva 775 bt Car 5.
QRUGBY LEAGUE VICTORIAN MEN: Snr: Werribee 30 bt Waverley Oakleigh 20, Sunbury 90 bt Doveton 10. Res: Melton 24 bt Northern Thunder 12, Waverley Oakleigh 20 bt Werribee 18, Sunbury 38 bt Doveton 38. NSW Country C’ship F: U-14 Victoria 16 bt Newcastle 14. U-15 Group 4: 10 bt Victoria 8.
QGOLF SNR AMATEUR at Heathcote MEN (par 71) 72: R Walker (Chirnside Pk). 74: G Krall (Yarra Yarra). 75: J Keller (Hill Top) B Tippett (Thirteenth Beach). 76: I Frost (Bendigo). 78: F Barton (Eastwood) L Maxwell (Heathcote). 79: D Davenport (Lancefield) R Stephens (Buninyong) K O’Brien (Rossdale) M Sturt (Huntingdale). 80: P Treloar (Gisborne) T Hyde (Rossdale) J Ciezki (Buninyong). WOMEN (par 72) 78: H Pascoe (Buninyong). 97: H Harley (Kooringal). 92: B Wilkinson (Tocumwal). 96: C Stuart (Heathcote). 107: E Alston (Winchelsea). 109: P Papadopoulos (Maryborough). 110: K Arnold (Kooringal). 115: M Evans (Alexandra). 129: A Barton (Eastwood).
QSOCCER FFV PREMIER LEAGUE Rd 13: Bentleigh Greens 1 Melbourne Knights 0, Pascoe Vale 1 Green Gully 0, Ballarat Red Devils 0 Oakleigh Cannons 1, Dandenong Thunder 2 Heidelberg United 5. NPL1 20s Rd 12: Dandenong City 2 St Albans Saints 2, Box Hill United 1 Moreland Zebras 1, North Geelong Warriors 3 Richmond Seniors 2, Springvale White Eagles 2 Whittlesea Ranges 0, Bendigo 2 Brunswick City 5. MEN’S STATE LEAGUE 1 North-West: Rd 10: Sunbury United 1 Fawkner Blues 2, Sydenham Park SC-Seniors 2 Altona East Phoenix 2, Moreland City 2 Cairnlea 2, Altona Magic 2 Westgate 1, Preston Lions 1 Keilor Park 0. Res: Sunbury United 1 Fawkner Blues - Reserves 1, Sydenham Park SCReserves 1 Altona East Phoenix 4, Moreland City 1 Cairnlea 1, Altona Magic 3 Westgate 3, Preston Lions 0 Keilor Park 2. WOMEN’S STATE LEAGUE 1 Rd 7: Ballarat 1 North Geelong Warriors 4, Berwick City 2 Preston Lions 2, South Yarra 0 University of Melbourne 3, Caulfield United Cobras 2 Doncaster Rovers 2. Res: Ballarat 3 North Geelong Warriors 4, Berwick City Res 2 Preston Lions 1, South Yarra 2 University of Melbourne 5, Caulfield United Cobras 4 Doncaster Rovers 0, Brighton 4 Keilor Park 1. WOMEN’S STATE LEAGUE 4 West: Laverton Park 3 Truganina 1, Maidstone United 2 Maribyrnong Swifts 0, Melton Phoenix 3 Sunbury United Junior 0, North Sunshine Eagles 2 Yarraville Womens 5.
QGRIDIRON GRIDIRON VICTORIA Week 7 Ballarat 15 bt Pakenham 6, Western 18 bt Bendigo 0, Gippsland 58 bt Melbourne Uni Lions 0, Geelong 62 bt Melbourne Uni Royals 6, Monash Warriors 78 bt Monash Barbarians 6, Croydon 35 bt Northern 0, Berwick 8 bt South Eastern 0.
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TO 140kW TURBO PULSAR ST-S MANUAL HATCH FOR ONLY $7 PER WEEK MORE*(4)
TO MICRA Ti WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, INTELLIGENT KEY AND REAR PARKING SENSORS FOR ONLY $8 PER WEEK MORE*(2)
8364 8888 45 RESERVOIR DRIVE
5 MINUTES FROM EPPING PLAZA
*Approved applicants of Nissan Financial Services (Australian Credit Licence Number 391464) only; 36 month term. Excludes Government, Rental and National Fleet customers. Terms and conditions apply. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the example given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Comparison rate for the purpose of the National Credit Code is based on a 5 year secured loan of $30,000 although this offer relates to a 36 month term only. Nissan reserves the right to vary, extend or withdraw this offer. Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Offer valid on new Micra and Pulsar models ordered and delivered between 1/5/14 and 30/6/14 at participating dealers. Excludes all new XTrail T32, GTR, LEAF, Juke, Pathfinder, Altima 370Z, Patrol Y62 and Limited editions. 1% APR. (1) Offer of $49 per week repayment amount for new Micra ST-L manual models based on a recommended driveaway price of $14,990 for a non-premium paint vehicle with monthly repayments of $212.33 and a final balloon payment of $7,690.00. Total amount payable over term $15,333.88. (2) Offer of $8 per week more ($57 per week total) repayment amount for Micra Ti auto models based on a recommended driveaway price of $16,990 for a non-premium paint vehicle with monthly repayments of $246.71 and a final balloon payment of $8,495.00. Total amount payable over term $17,376.56 (3) Offer of $76 per week repayment amount for new Pulsar ST-L manual models based on a recommended driveaway price of $22,490 for a non-premium paint vehicle with monthly repayments of $326.57 and a final balloon payment of $11,245.00. Total amount payable over term $23,001.52. (4) Offer of $7 per week more ($83 per week total) repayment amount for new Pulsar ST-S manual models based on a recommended driveaway price of $24,490 for a non-premium paint vehicle with monthly repayments of $355.61 and a final balloon payment of $12,245. Total amount payable over term $25,046.96 †The Bluetooth® word mark is owned by The Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Functionality and compatibility will vary depending on the device. µiPod is a registered trade mark of Apple Inc. Ask your Nissan dealer or visit Nissan.com.au/cpstcs for full terms and conditions. LMCT11154.
MANTELLO HYUNDAI NEW & DEMO
OPE THISN SUND AY
WEEKEND CLEARANCE THIS WEEKEND FRI 9-6PM, SAT 9-5PM SUN 10-4PM
FASTNCE A F INPER TS EX ADY & ! RE I TING WA LE ILAB AVA D NCE PROVE S A FIN O AP ASER T CH PUR
Gotta Go Mantello!
YOUR LOCAL DEALER
A family business since 1976
YEAR ROADSIDE ASSIST
YEAR UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY
YEAR CAPPED PRICE SERVICING
YEAR MAPCARE™ UPGRADE
ON ALL NEW & DEMO VEHICLES IN STOCK
ROXBURGH PARK 41 RESERVOIR DRIVE
All cars must be ordered and delivered between 1st May 2014 and 30th June 2014. Offer valid whilst stocks last and excludes govt, ﬂeet and rental buyers. Hyundai reserves the right to change, supersede or extend these offers in its discretion. See Mantello Hyundai for details. ^$1,000 Factory Bonus applies to all new and demonstrator models. The dealer can choose to substitute the $1000 Factory Bonus with another offer of the same value. 5 year/unlimited km warranty: 5 year/unlimited km warranty only applies to new passenger vehicles used for private/domestic purposes. Vehicles used at any time for high mileage/commercial purposes are excluded. Refer to full warranty conditions. 12 months free Roadside Assist: Complimentary 12 months Roadside Assist when you purchase a new Hyundai vehicle (excluding rental buyers). Roadside Assist extensions are valid for 12 months from the date of scheduled maintenance service at Mantello Hyundai. Does not apply to vehicles when they reach 84 months from original new car sale date. MapCare™: Navteq™ and MapCare™ are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Maximum of 2 updates taken on an annual cycle within 3 years of the vehicle’s initial purchase. Vehicle must be serviced at Mantello Hyundai to receive free map update. Capped Price Service: Applies to new Hyundai vehicles ﬁrst registered from 01/08/12, private and nominated small business customers only, for the ﬁrst 3 years/45,000km, whichever comes ﬁrst. Vehicles sold to rental, government, not-for-proﬁt and ﬂeet customers are not eligible. Eligible vehicles entitled to capped (maximum) price for standard scheduled maintenance (ie, logbook) services at Mantello Hyundai. Terms and conditions apply to all warranty and Hyundai iCare offers, visit www.hyundai.com.au/serviceterms for full terms, conditions, exclusions and eligibility details. *Any new or demo vehicle purchased and delivered between 16th June and 30th June 2014. LMCT10314 38 SUNBURY & MACEDON RANGES STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 17, 2014
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CAS ENDS HBACK JUN E 30
TRITON GLX+ 4X4 • HI-POWER TURBO DIESEL • EASY SELECT 4WD • BLUETOOTH® • 3 TONNE TOWING • 6 AIRBAGS • ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL
1 DRIVE AWAY AFTER CASH BACK Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Manual. Premium paint $495 extra.
PHEV EXCLUDING GE E NG AN AN RA THE R S TH SS OS O R RO CR AC AC
PAJERO GLX-R AUTO
CAS ENDS HBACK JUN
OUTLANDER ES 2WD • TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY • REVERSE CAMERA • ECO DRIVE SUPPORT SYSTEM • STEERING WHEEL AUDIO & PHONE CONTROLS
• 3.2L TURBO DIESEL • SUPER SELECT II 4WD • BLUETOOTH® • 7 SEATS • ALL WHEEL CONTROL • 3 TONNE TOWING
1 DRIVE AWAY AFTER CASH BACK
1 DRIVE AWAY AFTER CASH BACK
Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Automatic. Includes premium paint.
Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Manual. Premium paint $495 extra.
MOD2014 E RUNL YEAR OUT
LANCER ES SPORT
14MY ASX 2WD
• SIDE & CURTAIN AIRBAGS • BLUETOOTH® • USB & AUX INPUT • ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL • STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
• 16” 5-SPOKE ALLOY WHEELS • REAR SPORTS SPOILER • STEERING WHEEL AUDIO & PHONE CONTROLS • BLUETOOTH® • CLIMATE CONTROL AIR CONDITIONING • SIDE AIR DAM
• TOUCH SCREEN AUDIO SYSTEM • 17” ALLOYS • BLUETOOTH® • HILL START CONTROL • 7 AIRBAGS • ACTIVE STABILITY & TRACTION CONTROL • STEERING WHEEL AUDIO & PHONE CONTROLS
DRIVE 1 AWAY
Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Manual. Premium paint $495 extra.
DRIVE 1 AWAY
Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Manual. Includes premium paint.
24,990 DRIVE AWAY
Excludes Govt. and rental buyers. Manual. Includes premium paint.
PH: 9094 4555 www.essendonmitsubishi.com.au
294 WIRRAWAY RD, ESSENDON FIELDS LMCT10944
See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information. Participating Mitsubishi dealers only. While stocks last. Mitsubishi Motors Australia reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. Offers available on new vehicles purchased & delivered between 1 May and 30 June 2014. Excludes Govt. & Rental Fleet buyers. Business & Fleet sales by special arrangement. 1. Recommended Drive Away selling price, including 12 months registration, CTP insurance, Stamp Duty & Dealer Delivery. 2. Cashback offer available on eligible new vehicles ordered and delivered between 1 May and 30 June 2014. Excludes demonstrator models. Cashback amount available via redemption at participating dealerships, or substituted for a reduction in the final drive away price of equal cashback value. See participating dealers for full terms and conditions. DIAMOND ADVANTAGE: †Internal Combustion Vehicles - 5 year or 130,000km New Vehicle Warranty (whichever comes first). Electric & Hybrid Vehicles - 5 year or 100,000km New Vehicle Warranty (whichever comes first). Service conditions apply. *4 years or 60,000km Capped Price Servicing (whichever occurs first). Covers all items specified under the standard “Maintenance for normal operating conditions” scheduled detailed in the service and warranty booklet. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional cost. ^1 year Roadside Assist (Service conditions apply). For purchases of new Mitsubishi vehicles after 1st October 2012, your initial 12 month roadside assist will be extended for a period of 12 months from the date of the most recent eligible Capped Price Service for that vehicle performed at an authorised Mitsubishi dealer. Roadside assist, if extended in accordance with these items, is available for a maximum of up to 5 years. Conditions apply. Offer subject to change without notice. Excludes Government, Rental and National Fleet customers. MIT0396/NSW/DT
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• One Only 2014 Stocktake Sale! • Must End 4pm Sunday 22 June
• Over 100 New & Used Vans On Sale • STIHL Chain Saw Included In Every Van Sold
“Drop in to say hello to our friendly staff and lets talk a deal”
L H I ST y r e Ev h t Wi old S Van
PH 1800 201 980
Huge Range Of Spare Parts And Accessories Finance And Insurance Available Right Here On Site T.A.P. Supreme Caravans Cnr Hume Highway Grasslands Ave Craigieburn
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End of Financial DREAMTIME POST EASTER QUEEN SIZE Year Clearance $199 ONLY
SALE from 50-70% off MEGA Showroom Models
Luxury Mattress Outlet
Supporting Our Community Since 2003
Do Not Miss Out All Models MUST 40%-70% OFF ENTIRE RANGE be SoldMUST END TH SATURDAY 26 Stock Won ’t Last APRIL - 4PM “I purchased mattresses from DreamZone. My family & I had never slept so well. Comfortable, relaxing & deep sleeping. Exactly what a high performing International Footballer needs. They are such family minded businessmen at Dreamzone. Thank you DreamZone”
MUST END 30 June 4pm
World Cup Footballer - Costa Rica A-League Johnny Warren Medal 2010
THIS WEEK ONLY
“I purchased mattresses from DreamZone. My family & EVERY MATTRESS ORDER FREE PILLOWS WITH
I had never slept so well. Comfortable, relaxing & deep 9740 7222 • www.dreamzone.net.au sleeping. Exactly what a high performing International
8 / 75 Vineyard Rd, Sunbury Footballer needs. They are such family minded (next to Bunnings)
businessmen at Dreamzone. Thank you DreamZone”
World Cup Footballer - Costa Rica A-League Johnny Warren Medal 2010
Luxury Mattress Outlet Supporting our community since 2003
FREE PILLOWS WITH
EVERY MATTRESS ORDER 9740 7222 • www.dreamzone.net.au 8 / 75 Vineyard Rd, Sunbury (next to Bunnings)
“The range at Sunbury is bigger than ever” DAVID, TEAM MEMBER
Straight Line Kitchen
Hatchet or Blocksplitter
Sinkware, tapware & appliances sold separately. 2660830
4 Outlet Powerboards
Outdoor Bistro Blind
90 x 240cm. Black or white, tinted or clear. Various widths available. 1280018
4 Shelf Galvanised Unit
Portable Halogen Worklight
59 x 39 x 126cm. Includes metal frame & cover. Plants & items sold separately. 3321075
1370 x 710 x 305mm. Holds 50kg per shelf.
65W Heated Towel Rail
2.5m Multifold Ladder 25m Heavy Duty Extension Lead 10 amp. 4420129
98 Polycarbonate Roofing Sheet
Clear. 2500 x 860 x 0.8mm.
406mm Oregon bar & chain. 3380660 ®
475g Gap Filler
Linen shade. Wood grain look base. Oak or walnut. 7071267/8
3 Pce Rustic Iron Bistro Setting 70 x 71cm table. 3191289
5W LED GU10 Globes
330 lumens. Warm white.
51cm Daintree Table Lamp
150mm x 3m.
91 x 183cm. Spring loaded, self retracting. White or latte. Available in a variety of widths. 1260894
37.2cc 2 Stroke Petrol Chainsaw
PVC Roller Blind
120kg load rating.
3 Tier Greenhouse
Bagged Bush Rose
2 x 275W globes. Heat, light, exhaust. 4440883
1.5 x 0.8 x 1.8m. Easy to assemble.
Small fibreglass handles. 3360500
3 in 1 Bathroom Heater
Zinc Skillion Roof Garden Shed
Powdercoated Tool Box
460 x 170 x 210mm. Internal tray. 5820733
Not all services and products featured are available in all stores, but products may be ordered. Some products require assembly. Bunnings Group Limited
1500W Steam Mop 4610054
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“Sunbury has even more for the lowest prices” MARY, COMPLEX MANAGER
R2.0 Earthwool Insulation Handy Roll
10 Lite Entrance Door Mini Quick Action Clamps 150mm. 5860055
90 x 430mm x 19m.
2040 x 820 x 40mm. Clear glazed. 1976201
$3.30 Per Sqr Mtr
Cast iron plate & grill. 3180371
76 x 39 x 76cm.
2.6 x 3.6m. 1661260
Clever Cube Shelving System
Clear Plastic Drop Sheet
DC Motor. 4816158
WELS 4 star, 4.5L/full, 3L/half, 3.4L/average flush. S or P trap. Soft close seat. 4821259
Black, IP54 weatherproof. 7070800
2.9 x 3.5m. UV stabilised.
12V Submersible Water Pump
Close Coupled Toilet Suite
Nottingham Coach Light
Medium Duty Tarpaulin
4 Burner Hooded BBQ 45L Laundry Basket
SUNBURY 20kg Firewood
80L Steel Tray Wheelbarrow
Steel handles, pneumatic wheel. 3360548
WET & DRY VACUUM CLEANER ON VC20HDRG OFF
Handy prepacked & split, ready to use. 3170674
Phone: 9744 0600
Sugar Cane Mulch
Covers 9m² at 50mm depth. 2961137
20L Wet & Dry Vacuum 1250W. 6210420
Treated Pine Sleepers
200 x 50 x 2400mm. 8500076
TRADING HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 7AM-9PM, SATURDAY-SUNDAY 7AM-6PM
Not all services and products featured are available in all stores, but products may be ordered. Bunnings Group Limited
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