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Royal relay rolls in The sun was shining, the crowds were cheering and there were smiles all around when the Queen’s Baton Relay came to Werribee yesterday. School students, residents and traders were out in force in Werribee’s CBD to cheer on the 16 baton bearers selected to take part in the local leg of the relay, which started at Werribee Primary School and wove its way around Werribee’s CBD before finishing up at Chirnside Park. The baton bearers posed for photos with family and friends, high-fived school students and waved to crowds lining the street. Werribee CFA captain and MICA flight paramedic Michael Wells said he had been humbled by the once-in-a-lifetime experience. “You’re with some amazing people in the community who do so much,” he said. “I sat between a Commonwealth gold medallist and an Olympic gold medallist – it was amazing.” Former Wyndham citizen of the year Julie Toner said she was amazed by how many people had come out to show their support. She shared the sentiments of many baton bearers when she said she was happy not to have dropped the baton. “It was much heavier than I thought it would be,” she said. ■ Turn

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Tip tokens phased out By Alesha Capone Wyndham council is set to reduce the number of tip tokens residents receive each year from two to one. At present, Wyndham ratepayers receive two tip tokens on their annual rates’ notice. Each token allows them to take a car full of rubbish, plus a loaded trailer, to the Werribee tip. But last week the council adopted a plan to offer a subsidised green waste service and three hard waste collections per year (instead of two) in place of the second tip token.

The changes to the council’s waste service are set to be introduced for the 2018-19 financial year. They form part of council’s Wyndham’s Waste and Litter Strategy, which aims to achieve a 90 per cent reduction in the amount of rubbish sent to landfill by 2040. The strategy also aims to “gradually phase out” tip tokens. A council report stated that in the past financial year, only 28 per cent of Wyndham residents used the tip token service, which equated to a total of 44,374 tokens being

redeemed in 12 months. Wyndham’s environment and sustainability portfolio holder, Cr Heather Marcus, said a key reason behind the changes was to make waste services more accessible to more residents, especially renters. “Currently residents can book two hard waste collections each year, while the owner of the property receives two tip tokens,” she said. “Unfortunately, landlords often fail to forward these tokens on to people renting their properties, meaning they miss out on this service.”

Cr Marcus said under the new system the council would subside a green bin service, meaning residents who opted for a green bin would pay $75 annually, as opposed to the present charge of $103.50. Another report is expected to be presented to the council before June 30 this year. It will examine additional ways to help residents dispose of their waste, such as pop-up recycling days, additional recycling services during the festive season, discounted mattress disposal months and green waste disposal promotions.


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Manor Lakes station bid revisited By Charlene Macaulay A push to rename Wyndham Vale train station to Manor Lakes has re-surfaced. The debate is back on the rails following the state government’s plans to change the name of the existing North Melbourne train station to West Melbourne to better reflect its location. Three years on from Manor Lakes becoming a suburb in its own right, many believe the station should likewise be re-named. “It should have been Manor Lakes station in the first place,” Marilyn posted on the Manor

Lakes Community Facebook page last week. Manor Lakes resident Tess Mijares believes it’s important for community identity that the station, which opened in 2015 as part of the Regional Rail Link, be re-branded Manor Lakes. In August last year, Wyndham council resolved to write to Werribee MP Tim Pallas and state Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan requesting the name change. Mayor Peter Maynard said the council was told the move would be too expensive. “What do they have to change, really?” he

asked. “Everything’s electronic and they don’t have to re-print timetables until they need a new print. All they have to change is the sign on the station. “Their own naming policy dictates that it should be named after where it is.” A government spokeswoman said there were no plans to change the name, citing significant changes to “signage, printed materials and back-end systems”. Mr Pallas said a formal process, informed by naming guidelines, was undertaken when naming Wyndham Vale station.

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But in 2014, Mr Pallas called on the then-planning minister to meet Wyndham council and the Manor Lakes Residents Association and “through that process ensure that the suburb and the new station are consistently named in accordance with the community’s wishes”. “Given the prominence and the prevalence of Manor Lakes in describing the local area … it could well be argued that calling the new train station Wyndham Vale station would cause public confusion,” Mr Pallas said in Parliament at the time.

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In gouda news for food lovers, the Fromage a Trois Cheese Festival will return to Werribee Park this year. The festival, to be held on Sunday, April 8, will be more than merely cheerfully cheezy – it will also feature roving performers, lawn games and live music. Wyndham tourism and major events portfolio holder John Gibbons said the festival would showcase delicious local produce in the grounds of Werribee Mansion. “Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the makers and sample artisan cheeses, craft ciders, refreshing ales and exemplary wines – all in one picturesque outdoor setting,” Cr Gibbons said. “Cheese lovers will also have the chance to learn tips and tricks from renowned cheesemongers and experts as you sample your way around the festival.” Limited early bird tickets to the festival, which cost $37.26, are available at eventbrite. com.au. The ticket price includes entry, samples and a festival glass to keep. Entry is free for children aged 14 and under when they enter with a full-paying adult. Attendees can add a Richmond Hill Café & Larder hamper to their ticket order for between $9 to $66. All pre-sold hamper purchasers will go in the draw to win one of five $50 vouchers to spend at Richmond Hill Cheese & Larder. See facebook.com/fromageatroisfestival or fromageatrois.com.au for details.

Victoria Police has confirmed there are no plans to build a third police station in Wyndham. Last month, Star Weekly reported that Police Association secretary Wayne Gatt was calling for a police station to be built in Point Cook, to keep pace with the area’s booming population. At the time, Wyndham councillor Tony Hooper said that he would like to see police stations constructed in both Point Cook and Wyndham Vale. But Wyndham Police Inspector Marty Allison said last week that Victoria Police had “no forward planning” in place to build a new police station in either location. Inspector Allison said Wyndham was recently allocated 27 new police officers and another 10 officers were assigned to the divisional Criminal Investigation Unit and Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team, which both cover the Wyndham area. “Rather than sitting at police stations, we prefer our members to be out in the community responding to crime and improving safety,” he said. In December, the state government announced plans to rebuild Werribee police station, as part of a $2 billion package to keep up with population growth. The Minister for Police Lisa Neville said the government would “always consider requests from police for new or upgraded facilities”. “But most importantly we want police out in the community responding to crime – which is what we’re delivering,” she said.

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Old grandstand’s costly rebuild By Charlene Macaulay A Wyndham councillor has questioned the community value of rebuilding Chirnside Park’s heritage timber grandstand. Speaking at last week’s council meeting, councillor Josh Gilligan said he believed spending $290,000 to rebuild and relocate the old grandstand was a waste of ratepayers money – but added that the council’s hands were tied and the rebuild would go ahead as originally planned. The grandstand, which has been dismantled,

will be rebuilt as part of the $11.75 million Chirnside Park redevelopment. “I’m incredibly frustrated as a councillor to be essentially bound to the building of this thing because of a decision, in large part, of the previous term of council,� he said. “I don’t know whether residents were fully aware that it was going to cost up to $290,000 in terms of the reconstruction of this particular grandstand – $250,000 in relation to the construction and the relocation of it, and $40,000 in relation to the storage and deconstruction of this particular grandstand.

“So, $290,000 for a grandstand which has minimal usability ‌ I don’t think it’s justifiable.â€? Fellow councillor Mia Shaw, who supported Cr Gilligan’s comments, said she was concerned the grandstand would become a “museum pieceâ€? that won’t be used and enjoyed by the community. She was also concerned that the grandstand won’t be accessible by people with disabilities or mobility issues. “I hear different views in the community about the heritage value of the timber grandstand – some see heritage value, others

don’t see the building as significant, or think it should be relocated elsewhere. “The most successful heritage projects are those that both respect and retain the building’s heritage significance, but provide value for the community.� However, councillor Heather Marcus said she was looking forward to seeing the grandstand rebuilt. “I think this is so sad. We have so little heritage left in this city. “We cannot afford to lose more of our history and heritage.�

Running for a cause hospital’s critical care unit. This time around, Olympian Lauryn Mark, Park Hotel owner Nick Christou and Star Weekly columnist Kevin Hillier have all signed on as ambassadors for the fun run. Max Coster from Wyndham Rotary said the first 500 online entries would receive a free red T-shirt. He said families will also be able to enjoy pre-race warm-ups, free physios on site, spot prizes to the value of $300, stalls, a petting booth, face-painting and a barbecue and coffee. Visit www.wyndhamfunrun.org or www. facebook.com/WyndhamRotaryFunRun Charlene Macaulay

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First-home estate for Tarneit By Alesha Capone A Melbourne-based developer is set to build a 900-home estate in Tarneit aimed at first-home buyers. Growland is planning the ‘Marigold’ estate on a 65-hectare site near the intersection of Derrimut and Dohertys roads. The project has been described as “premium affordable housing targeted towards first-home buyers”, to be built alongside recreational parks, water features and wetlands. The estate, which will be officially launched

in November, will be rolled out across 20 stages. Growland chief executive Ronald Chan said the company hoped the Marigold area would appeal to first-home buyers who wanted to avoid paying stamp duty (first-home buyers in Victoria are not required to pay stamp duty if they purchase a property for $600,000 or less). “Our aim is for our purchasers to end up paying $600,000 and under for their house and land package,” Mr Chan said. “The majority of owner-occupiers in Tarneit have a budget around $550,000 and this is what we work towards.

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“We consulted our builder partners on design outcomes that meet both our neighbourhood aesthetics and have a reasonable cost to meet the budget of the first-home buyers. “We understand owner-occupiers’ desire to be living in a community where every other

house in the street has a level of standard, and our design guideline has been designed to achieve this.” Mr Chan said that Tarneit “represents a fantastic opportunity for buyers”. “Many buyers in Tarneit are coming from Sydney and Western Sydney due to Melbourne’s relative affordability and lifestyle, which is a trend we believe will continue as Sydney land prices remain out of reach for many,” he said. Growland also plans to build a community in Fraser Rise (in the Melton municipality) with about 430 homes.

Hoisting a ‘for sail’ sign Are you a nautical newbie, a Sunday sailor or a competitive yachtsmaster? Whatever floats your boat, yachtmaster and instructor Robert Bradley is keen to get more people out on the water and embracing the sailing life. Mr Bradley has set up a sailing school at Wyndham Harbour and is offering cheap try sailing lessons to encourage Wyndham residents to use the area more. He also offers advanced training for those wanting to reach yachtmaster level. Mr Bradley has refurbished three small yachts – Rose of Wyndham, James of Wyndham and Duck of Wyndham – he says are perfect introductions to sailing for individuals or families wanting to give sailing a try. “I think the harbour is well-placed for sailing, particularly with the wind patterns that we get in Melbourne,” he said. “I see a whole lot of people in the area – around Point Cook, Laverton and the rest of Wyndham – that

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By Charlene Macaulay Hearts all over Wyndham skipped a beat last week when St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee opened the region’s first cardiac and vascular catheter laboratory. The cath lab, which is part of the new $95 million hospital, means locals can have angiograms, angioplasty, pacemaker insertions and other procedures closer to home. The laboratory includes state-of-the-art equipment such as “intelligent control” software that minimises X-ray exposure for patients, and cardiac-monitored rooms that allow a patient’s heartbeat and rhythm to be monitored remotely. Point Cook resident Steven Carter was the first patient to be treated in the cath lab last Thursday. Mr Carter, who had a heart attack six years ago, underwent a coronary angiogram last week at the request of his specialist, Dr Robert Whitbourn. The 68-year-old said he’d previously had to travel into the city for treatment. “I’m only a matter of minutes away [from the hospital]. It’s fantastic,” he said. Dr Whitbourn, who is director of cardiology at St Vincent’s Private Hospital Melbourne and Werribee and founded Werribee Heart five years ago, said he had long been an advocate of a private hospital in Wyndham. St Vincent’s Private Werribee, which opened on January 30, includes six operating theatres, 112 beds, a day procedure unit, day oncology/ infusion centre, rehabilitation facilities and suites for radiology, pathology and consulting. The hospital offers orthopaedics, urology and general surgery and ear, nose and throat services, as well as sleep study services. From February 26, the hospital will open its maternity ward and special-care nursery.

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Werribee Mercy Hospital is undertaking a recruitment drive ahead of its multi-million dollar redevelopment due for completion later this year. The hospital is searching for emergency nurses, mental health nurses and midwives, as well as people who are interested in other roles, such as in administrative and clinical fields. The positions available include casual, part-time and full-time employment opportunities. Recruitment adviser Jonelle Mais said the recruitment drive would be one of the largest the hospital has embarked on since it opened in 1994. “We encourage people living in the local area to apply for our current vacancies or register their interest for future job opportunities,” Ms Mais said. The redevelopment of the Werribee Mercy Hospital is being carried out thanks to $85 million in funding from the state government. It will deliver 64 new inpatient beds, including eight critical care beds, and six operating theatres. The new adult psychiatric unit at the hospital has also been upgraded with 54 beds within the Clare Moore building. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has recognised Mercy Health as “an employer of choice for gender equality” for the past 11 years. Visit www.careers.mercy.com.au for more information. Alesha Capone

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Dancing to a different beat For Florence Shinanduku, dancing is a way to bring joy to herself and others. The Hoppers Crossing woman performs and teaches the traditional Congolese dance style of mutuashi at events, playgroups, community centres and aged care facilities across Melbourne. “I call mutuashi the dance of freedom,” Ms Shinanduku said. “You can do freestyle, go with the flow of the music and don’t worry too much.” Almost 10 years ago, Ms Shinanduku immigrated to Australia from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In her native country she worked as a television journalist, as a dancer and in theatres. Ms Shinanduku said she now combined her passion for education and creativity by conducting workshops for youngsters with dancing, music and crafts. “In the end I am happy that I achieve joy and see people smiling, that’s my goal,” Ms Shinanduku said. She will perform at the Lunar New Year Festival in the Point Cook Town Centre, about 7pm on February 24. She also runs Little Kookies Playgroup sessions at the Featherbrook Community Centre in Point Cook, from 9-11am on Thursdays, until March 6. See facebook. com/mutuashidance/ for information.

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Werribee houses are the fastest-selling in Wyndham, with properties in the suburb on the market for an average of just over four weeks. According to the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, of Wyndham suburbs that had a minimum of 20 sales or more last year, Werribee houses remained on the market for an average of 29 days. There were 188 sales in Werribee in that time. Tarneit placed second on the REIV list with a median of 30 days on the market and 176 sales. Truganina houses were on the market for an average of 33 days (80 sales) and Hoppers Crossing 34 days (123 sales). Point Cook’s median was 59 days on the market (579 sales) and Williams Landing 95 days (38 sales). In comparison, homes in Melbourne’s entire metropolitan area remained on the market for an average of 32 days last year. Hockingstuart Point Cook director Scott Perry said that Point Cook logged a longer sales time because of the inclusion of bigger, more expensive properties in Sanctuary Lakes. Mr Perry said that most properties for sale in Sanctuary Lakes were higher-end, large homes that had a narrower client base than many other suburbs in the west. He said that according to Domain.com, his agency had sold houses in Point Cook within an average of 29 days in the past 12 months – the quickest median for “days on the market” in Point Cook of all agents. Mr Perry said he believed the housing market was going to continue booming. “I think that we are going to see the average days on the market drop across the coming months,” he said.

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Each of Wyndham’s Councillors is responsible for a unique portfolio that guides how Council delivers a broad range of services. Over the next few months we’ll be bringing you an insight into what these portfolios are achieving and what each Councillor has planned for the future. The Learning City portfolio focusses on community education, training, youth participation and educational advocacy. Chaffey Ward Councillor, Josh Gilligan, holds this portfolio and said a lot of time and energy was being dedicated towards advocacy.

we’ve been advocating strongly to both the State and Federal Governments.”

in order to keep up with population growth.”

provide a bright future for the next generations.”

“Recently we made a formal submission to the State Budget calling for significant investment in this space.”

“We’re also spearheading the I Love Kinder campaign, putting pressure on the Federal Government to commit to ongoing funding for universal access to kindergartens.”

Cr Gilligan said Council was also working hard to improve access to local libraries.

“Ensuring that all residents have access to high quality education, regardless of their background, is a priority of this portfolio,” Cr Gilligan said.

“In the lead up to the 2018/19 Victorian Budget, we’re calling on the State Government to fund the early planning and land acquisition for seven new primary schools, one specialist school and two secondary schools.”

“I firmly believe that Wyndham families deserve more when it comes to the number of schools and kindergartens, which is why

We’ve also called for the construction of a senior secondary college, two primary schools and five early years or family learning centres

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“Soon we will be opening two new kindergartens in Tarneit North and Wyndham Vale, but we know we have so much more work to do.” “We’ll continue fighting for Wyndham’s fair share while doing whatever we can to

“We’ve put out our Library Strategy, which maps out how our libraries will keep pace with population growth,” he said. “This includes building five new libraries, adopting an open library model which uses swipe cards for 24 hour access, and virtual browsing.” www.wyndham.vic.gov.au.


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Call to register Airbnb properties By Charlene Macaulay

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A Wyndham councillor is keen to establish an Airbnb register to regulate the region’s short-stay rental market. Cr Intaj Khan said a number of Wyndham property owners were turning residences into businesses and were making more money by renting out their vacant properties on Airbnb rather than the long-term private rental market. Cr Khan said while he encouraged business and tourism in the area, it was important that the market be regulated. Under his proposal, Wyndham Airbnb operators would pay the council a small annual fee and would have to comply with occupational health and safety standards. “Legally, you’re using a property for a business use,” Cr Khan said. “If you’re running a business, you have to maintain [certain] standards.” Cr Khan said it was also important for neighbourhood safety that Airbnb properties were identified, and for prospective home buyers to know the character of an area populated by a number of Airbnb properties. He said the idea was spawned following the trashing of an Airbnb house in Werribee on December 20, with four girls from Dandenong renting out the Attunga Grove property. “People should know that next door is an Airbnb property,” Cr Khan said. “A resident should have a right to know what’s going on in their street.” In Tasmania, owners can rent out up to four rooms in a home without a permit, but must register with local government if renting out larger properties. Cr Khan said he would ask Wyndham council to conduct a feasibility study into a local Airbnb register.

The Werribee Bowls Club is on a roll when it comes to getting people of all ages and abilities involved in the sport. The club is running a program called Bowling with Babies, for new and expectant mothers of all skill levels. The Bowls Victoria initiative was designed to provide mums with a chance to meet other parents, have a coffee and enjoy a gentle game of bowls in a non-competitive environment. The Bowling with Babies sessions will run on Friday, February 23 and March 2, 9 and 16, from 10.30am to noon. Each session will cost $15, including a coffee and light lunch. The Werribee Bowls Club is also running a free Girls on the Green initiative, funded by Wyndham council. The program aims to get “girls” of all ages onto the green to learn a new activity, have fun and make friends. The Girls on the Green sessions will be held on Sunday, February 25 and March 15 from 12.30 to 2pm, and Thursday, February 22 and March 1, 8 and 15 from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Bare feet or flat-soled shoes are essential, and bookings are required. See bowlsvictoria.wufoo.com/forms/ z19m1ra6173tv6j to book into Bowling with Babies, or call the Werribee Bowls Club on 9741 3229 to book into Girls on the Green. MISTIE FOLEY WITH PEYTON, 3, AND 12-WEEK-OLD RYDER

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Deputy mayors still on agenda By Alesha Capone Councillors have engaged in another fiery debate about whether Wyndham should have two deputy mayors. The issue, which was a topic of lively discussion between some of the councillors last year, again reared its head at last week’s council meeting. In December, the council conducted a 28-day community consultation, asking for residents’ views on whether the municipal local law should be amended to allow the election of up

to two deputy mayors. More than 79 per cent of the responses received by the council, 208 in total, did not support the proposal. A total of 23.23 per cent of respondants – 53 people – supported the idea. The result was released at last Tuesday’s council meeting, but some councillors said they still believe Wyndham should have up to two deputy mayors. Cr Josh Gilligan said he believed the council should “revisit” the issue once the state government had finished public consultation on its exposure draft of the Local Government

Bill – which will replace the Local Government Act – on March 23. While the council passed Cr Gilligan’s motion, some of the councillors who voted against it were scathing in their response. Cr Henry Barlow said that Wyndham’s residents had made their opinion on the issue clear through December’s survey. “If you respect the community of Wyndham, you will listen to what they’ve got to say,” he said. While the councillors discussed the proposed changes, Cr Intaj Khan also said he believed

the state government should review the salaries and allowances provided to councillors. Cr Khan said the councillors worked “really, really hard” and that their salaries should reflect this. “I would like to say, you pay peanuts, you get monkeys,” he said. Cr Khan said greater allowances would help to attract “professional, attractive people” such as doctors and lawyers to stand for council. After Cr Khan’s speech, Cr Kim McAliney quipped that she was “a qualified accountant and not a monkey”.

Everyone’s a storyteller Growing up Chinese-Australian in north Queensland, William Yang felt pressure as a child to ignore his Chinese heritage and be a dinky-di Aussie. “We were the only Chinese family in our small country town and were among an Anglo society, so although there was some acknowledgement of difference … it was expected that people assimilate into the Australian way of life, which we did,” he said. “My mother was very keen for us to be more Australian than the Australians, and so in that way my ethnicity was suppressed. It wasn’t until I was in my 30s that I claimed my Chinese heritage.” To add to the pressure, Mr Yang was also hiding his sexuality as a gay man before coming out in the ’70s. The themes of suppression, difference and diversity have been over-arching

themes throughout his 30-year career as a photographer and performer and heavily influence his upcoming show, The Story Only I Can Tell, which will feature at the Wyndham Cultural Centre on February 17. In it, the Sydney-based artist will share his life story and will encourage a small group of participants to do the same. “It’s a bit of a lottery. We’ve got five applicants, or five storytellers, but I’ve never met them and it’s always a mixed bag,” he said. “I work under the assumption that everybody’s got a story. Some are better than others and some can tell it better than others, but everybody’s got a story and I’ll try to help them tell it.” Tickets are $30-$20. For more information or to book visit www.wyncc.com.au/whats_on/ stoyonlyicantell Charlene Macaulay

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Program to keep kids at home By Alesha Capone A new program which aims to help keep children out of the foster care system will be piloted in four Melbourne municipalities, including two in the west. The state government has provided Merri Health with more than $860,000 to trial the Family Foundations program in Wyndham, Brimbank, Hume and Moreland. Merri Health will run the trial until the

end of June this year, in partnership with the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Drummond Street Services. Under the program, 90 families – which are assessed to be at an increased risk of partner conflict and violence – will be supported during pregnancy or a child’s first year. A Department of Health and Human Services spokeswoman said the pilot program would be delivered in family homes, in an attempt to reduce conflict, promote parent

mental health and strengthen parenting partnerships. The Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos said the Merri Health pilot program was part of a wider government reform aimed at testing a range of evidence-based programs, to better protect children and keep them out of the child protection system. The state government has invested $6.1 million in funding to run six trial projects and two existing programs, in seven locations

across Victoria. The pilot programs have been designed to focus on issues that include family conflict resolution for new and expecting parents, emotional awareness and how to address anti-social, suicidal and violent behaviour. “We know prevention and early intervention are the most effective way of keeping kids safe which is why we’re investing in new trials that will help families provide a safe and stable home,” Ms Mikakos said.

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Relay gets a right royal welcome By Charlene Macaulay Wyndham’s unsung heroes took centre stage when they carried the Queen’s Baton through the streets of Werribee yesterday. Sixteen baton bearers – many of whom had long links with local sports clubs – were selected for the significant contributions they had made within their communities. Werribee’s Lyn Tout was the first baton bearer of the day, starting the local leg of the relay at Werribee Primary School, where she was once a student, teacher and principal. She was followed by retired MFB firefighter and philanthropist Donald Brennan and cricket coach Rob Ward. Wyndham Vale CFA captain Trevor Weston proved popular among the school kids, using his turn to show the baton to Corpus Christi Primary School children lined along the school fence, then high-fiving MacKillop College students outside the school. Madison Robinson, who was part of the gold medal-winning Australia Diamonds netball team at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, took the baton for a victory lap around Soldier’s Reserve with hundreds of school children cheering her on. Victoria Point footballer Molly-Rose Parry also completed a lap around Soldier’s Reserve before heading back out on to College Road and passing the baton to athletics coach Brett Hardeman, who was cheered on by members of his Altona Little Athletics Club training squad. Next up was Seabrook’s Phil Dunstone, an Athletics Australia-level coach and long-time member of Western Athletics, followed by AM Margaret Fisk, who established the Defence Special Needs Support Group in 1993. Wyndham SES founding member and former Weerama director Gerald Greenwood brought

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Wyndham’s pokies spend spikes Wyndham has experienced the largest increase in gaming machine spending in the state in a six-month period. Between July and December last year, more than $53.75 million was spent at Wyndham’s 13 electronic gaming venues, figures released by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation show. This was an increase of $2.86 million (5.62 per cent) from between July and December 2016, when Wyndham’s poker machines took in more than $50.89 million. In total, $1.372 billion was spent on Victoria’s poker machines between July and December last year, an increase of one per cent (or $13.5 million) compared to the same period in 2016. There are 839 poker machines in Wyndham, which attracted revenue of more than $97.76 million in the 2016-17 financial year. Brimbank’s poker machines took in $134.14 million, Melton’s $61.15 million, Maribyrnong’s $54.06 million and Hobsons Bay’s $46.90 million. Wyndham council launched a Responsible Gambling Strategy last year and voted to join the Alliance for Gambling Reform, which campaigns to reform the gambling industry to reduce the harm associated with gambling. Cr Josh Gilligan, who chairs the council’s gambling advocacy group, said poker machines often affected the most vulnerable people in society, with problem gambling linked to family violence, job losses and increased crime. Cr Gilligan said the new strategy would help the council take a strong stand on the “huge issue” of gambling. Visit www.gamblershelpnnw.org.au or contact Gambler’s Help – North and North Western on 1300 133 445 if you need help.

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Good thoughts for local pupils It’s the thought that counts – just ask Truganina South Primary School pupils Lexus, Yahiya, Boston and Stephen. They were all smiles when their school received a grant from Tarneit West Village’s Thoughts That Count grant program. As part of the initiative, which began in November last year, shoppers voted for three community organisations in the running for

shares in a $1500 grant. The school received the most votes, winning $750 from the shopping village. Hoppers Crossing Tennis Club received $450 and Williams Landing Sports Club received $300. Truganina South Primary School spokeswoman Sharon Dunne said the school was “extremely grateful” for the Thoughts That Count funding.

“This money will assist us to continue supporting the students and we plan to use it to purchase games to help with the development of social skills,” she said. Tarneit West Village marketing manager Danielle Sita said the centre was delighted to help groups in the community. Alesha Capone

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Roulettes flying the flag By Alesha Capone

This week we witnessed a special moment in Wyndham’s history as the Queen’s Baton Relay passed through our municipality on its way to the Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. On 13 March 2017, Queen Elizabeth II herself sent the baton off on a 388-day journey through all nations and territories of the Commonwealth. I, along with hundreds of other local residents, was extremely pleased to be in the Werribee City Centre to see the baton arrive at Chirnside Park for a special community celebration. It was great to see so many people of all different ages and from all different backgrounds come together to take part in this unique occasion. Events like this and the Pop Up Park in Station Place have brought out thousands of people to the heart of our great City. They are excellent reminders of everything that Wyndham has to offer and of the things that unite us all. Now the baton will continue on its way to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony on 4 April, but we will always remember the day it spent in Wyndham. Regards, Peter Maynard

The high-flying pilots of the Roulettes will return to Point Cook this weekend for an interactive flying display. Flying a Pilatus PC-9/A, a two-seat single-engine turboprop aircraft that is used as an advanced training aircraft for the Australian Defence Force, Roulettes pilots can experience up to six times the force of gravity. The Roulettes, the Royal Australian Air Force’s formation aerobatic display team, were established in 1970 and staged their first public display at RAAF Base Point Cook in December of that year. They will perform over the base again from 1pm on Sunday. The RAAF Museum is open from 10am to 5pm Sundays. Admission to the museum is free, but donations are accepted. Photo identification is required for all visitors over the age of 16 to enter the Point Cook RAAF base and museum. Details: ww.airforce.gov.au

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Ministerial visit targets growth By Charlene Macaulay Wyndham’s growth challenges were the topic of conversation recently when the assistant minister to the federal treasurer came to town. Michael Sukkar sat down with Wyndham mayor Peter Maynard and councillor Heather Marcus to discuss the council’s federal government budget submission and priorities. “We had a productive meeting on the need for a stronger focus on fast-growing outer municipalities like us and our priority infrastructure, road and transport projects,” Cr Maynard wrote in a Facebook post.

“It was great to also have the opportunity to share stories of the incredible impact rapid population growth is having on our community.” As reported by Star Weekly Weekly, Wyndham council has called on federal funding for new Regional Rail Link stations at Black Forest Road and Davis Road; funds for the support services hub in the Wyndham Justice Precinct; and continued funding for 15 hours per week of kindergarten, among other projects. Cr Heather Marcus, who helped to organise the meeting after attending a Diwali celebration hosted by the Multicultural Liberal

Business Club in November, said Mr Sukkar indicated he would be happy to bring up some of Wyndham’s issues in Canberra. “My trip to that function that night certainly paid dividends,” she said. “He [Mr Sukkar] drove down here and he had a look around the main street of Werribee before the meeting so that he had a feel for the area, and we discussed certain items that are all about our challenges and opportunities, and he was extremely interested in it all.” Mr Sukkar added: “We are keen to support the growth and economic opportunities in Wyndham.”

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Artist’s bold statement “More importantly, my art is making the impact I want it to make.” She said FADE won the People’s Choice award in the Wyndham Art Prize last year. “What I enjoyed about creating this piece is that it was a perfect analogy of the universal search for home,” she said. “What I am trying to achieve with pieces like FADE is to start complex conversations around cultural identity and home.” See gaffa.com.au/exhibition/chindia for details. Alesha Capone

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NEW ARRIVALS Photographer Damjan Janevski meets new arrivals at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

Clockwise from top left: Benji made his grand entrance into the world on January 29 weighing 4.28 kilograms. His parents, Sarah and Chase, come from Werribee. Baby girl Olivia was born on January 30 to parents Kevin and Bianca, of Manor Lakes. She weighed 3.13 kilograms at birth. Baby boy Samar was born on January 23 weighing 3.42 kilograms. His parents, Puneet and Shikua, hail from Point Cook. Parents Lauren and Jamie, of Lara, welcomed their son, Oscar, into the world on January 18. Oscar weighed 4.11 kilograms at birth. Jiwan and Karan, of Truganina, are the proud parents of Shivan, who was born on February 6. Shivan weighed 3.23 kilograms at birth. Jessica, of Wyndham Vale, welcomed the safe arrival of her son, Zephyr, on January 24. Zephyr weighed 3.221 kilograms at birth.

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Like short stories and poetry? Be sure to bookmark Words of Wyndham as a future read. The new anthology features all the winners and shortlisted entries from last year’s Words of Wyndham competition. Wyndham learning city portfolio holder Josh Gilligan said the creative writing contest attracted submissions from many talented authors. “More than 400 entries were received, not only from Wyndham but throughout Australia,” Cr Gilligan said. “From short stories and poetry to flash fiction, the Words of Wyndham competition was an incredible success and an exciting way to celebrate the importance of the written word. Not only did it help uncover some truly talented

local writers, it also helped to encourage more people to take up the craft.” The stories and poems in Words of Wyndham touch on themes ranging from suicide and family violence to online dating, Easter eggs and birds. “With the release of this anthology, the amazing shortlisted entries we received will live on and hopefully inspire future generations of writers,” Cr Gilligan said. Copies of Words of Wyndham Anthology 2017 are available to borrow from Wyndham libraries. See wyndham.vic.gov.au/wordsofwyndham for details. Alesha Capone

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MY WYNDHAM Father Jude Pirotta is parish priest at St James the Apostle Parish and Catholic Church in Hoppers Crossing North. He chats with Alesha Capone. Can you tell me a bit about your parish?

What do you enjoy about your own role in the parish? I see my role as pretty much one who can listen, reflect and empower people, and do my best in building the community. As parish priest, the actual involvement of parishioners in parish life and sharing their gifts and talents, is very moving to me. Two years ago, we had young people in our community who wanted to organise a concert for another young parishioner who was living with cancer. It was a great success.

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When one visits St James the Apostle Parish, it is easy to see our story is about so much more than bricks and mortar. We are indeed a vibrant community of faith-filled, welcoming and caring people. As a community, we have generously welcomed people from cross-cultural backgrounds who enrich the life of our church. There are about 42 countries represented in the parish and its schools. Our schools have been involved in the Refugee Education Support Project, which targeted schools in Tarneit. At a parish level, we have a senior’s group called the Vintage Group. We also have strong youth involvement and a youth minister assigned to work with young people in the community. We have a Young Paulists group for those aged 18+, for young people after they leave the youth group. They have a missionary focus, which is: “How can we help the community?” They organise events for young people and fundraise.

What do you like most about Wyndham? What I like about the area is the diversity of cultures, the new St Vincent’s Private Hospital which has just opened up, the

extension of the Pacific Werribee shopping centre, having V/Line in Tarneit and still having the metropolitan train line at Hoppers Crossing. I also value the various programs offered in

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Werribee Mercy Hospital’s new Critical Care Unit has received a welcome cash injection. Last week, the Werribee Lions Club presented Mercy Health Foundation development manager Alun Evans with a cheque for $6000 following a recent fundraising golf day. Lions president Tom Henderson said more than 80 people took part in the day, raising money for a worthy cause. “It’s the true meaning of community spirit – a community group doing something for a community project,” he said. “Each year as the president comes in, they

can choose where the money from the golf day will go. “Being a diabetic, I was originally going to donate the money towards type 2 diabetes [research]. Around the same time we got invited to help out with a fair at the Mercy Hospital, and the organiser Alun Evans explained what it was about and it changed my outlook completely.” As reported by Star Weekly, the $2 million campaign to fit-out Werribee Mercy’s Critical Care Unit has reached the halfway mark. Charlene Macaulay

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JOIN US AT THE 18TH ANNIVERSARY OF WYNDHAM RELAY FOR LIFE l Back at the athletics track l Entertainment for the whole family l Community event When: 11.45am Saturday 24 March – 12noon Sunday 25 March Where: Victoria University Wyndham Sporting Complex, Athletics Track, Hoppers Lane, Werribee

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FROM THE ARCHIVES Star Weekly looks back through the pages of our predecessor, the Werribee Banner

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A report on retail shopping studies prepared for the Housing Commission has recommended that a future regional shopping centre for Werribee should be located in the vicinity of Tarneit and Heaths roads. The report further recommends that the present Werribee Central shopping area should be classified as a community centre.

A Werribee woman will spend $50,000 to fund a legal battle which she and a group of local residents will soon launch in a bid to fight proposals to set up a shooting range in Werribee. The resident, Mrs Cathie Cassar, is furious that the Werribee International Shooting Complex Incorporated’s plan for the approved shotgun range at Ballan Rd, Werribee, will lead to the use of other weapons including pistols, air rifles, full and small bore guns.

A guard could be injured or killed working at the Port Phillip Prison because of poor security, the shadow minister for corrections, Mr Haermeyer, has warned. Mr Haermeyer made the claim yesterday after reports about wide-spread drug taking by inmates at the correctional facility.

The long-running Werribee DVD case closed yesterday when the remaining three defendants were sentenced in the Melbourne Children’s Court. All three pleaded guilty to making child pornography, common law assault and procuring sexual penetration by intimidation.

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Take a bite of the best of the south By Ewen McRae Blues, barbecue, and bars. No trip to America (in my view) would be complete without a stop or two in the south to experience all of these things, and the variety on offer as you cross each state line or shift from each city is an experience worth adding to your bucket list. As a part of the country with so much to offer I’m surprised more Australians don’t visit there, the South is perfectly suited to a road trip through some major cities and immersing yourself in the food and music. A good idea would be to start in Nashville, Tennessee, hire a car and make your way westwards. Nashville itself has a huge amount to offer, and not just that they play both kinds of music; country and western. I would recommend finding accommodation within walking distance of Broadway (the main restaurant and bar area in town), and from there you’re well placed to get out and explore. Near the top of the list for any trip to Nashville has to be the famous Ryman Auditorium, better known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry, and worth a tour even if you can’t see a show there. Near the Ryman is the Country Music Hall of Fame, which I enjoyed even though I’m far from a connoisseur, and if you still need a country music fix head to the Johnny Cash Museum for a closer look at the man in black. A night out in Nashville is best down along Broadway, where live music is king and the whole city comes for a good time every night. Every bar will have its own spin on live music, but for a more authentic country experience I’d recommend Robert’s Western World for a genuine honky tonk hoe down. For food, there’s any number of good

barbecue joints where you can get your fill of succulent ribs or mouth-watering brisket. I loved Peg Leg Porker, but follow your nose and you’re sure to find something to salivate over. And if you want some of Tennessee’s famous

whiskey go to Corsair Artisan Distillery for a tour and tasting session with a difference. Moving on from Nashville, a three-hour drive west will find you in Memphis; the home of blues and the birthplace of rock and roll.

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hits here, and it is also where Elvis Presley got his start and shot to worldwide fame. Once you’ve had a musical grounding you’re ready to head out to Graceland itself, for a very thorough look at the home of Elvis, as well as thousands of historical artifacts, gold records, cars, jumpsuits and guitars used by the king of rock and roll. Continuing the music theme, no trip to Memphis would be complete without a visit to iconic Beale Street to sample the blues. Much like Nashville, every bar will have live music on all night, and whether you’re looking for some chilled out blues, up tempo rock or dancing rockabilly you’ll have plenty of options. Pro tip: The Blues Hall has the most authentic blues band experience. Don’t forget to have some cash on hand to tip the bands, they play for free and rely on tips from the audience. While Memphis is a musical mecca, it’s also a significant city in the civil rights movement in America, and the National Civil Rights Museum is well worth checking out. The museum is next to the motel where Dr Martin Luther King jnr was assassinated in 1968, and covers 300 years of struggle for African Americans from slavery until today. It’s a no holds barred look at a bleak part of American history. If music and food are as big a part of your travel experience as they are for me, I’d recommend adding Austin to your itinerary. Known as the music capital of the world, and with the famous South By Southwest festival lighting up the town every year, it’s a diverse and thriving city with a wide gamut of options. Much like Nashville and Memphis, there is a concentration of music venues and bars on 6th Street, and for more of a local flavour head along Red River Street and catch a gig there.

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Wyndham council will host a community night market in Tarneit on the grounds of the Penrose Promenade Community Centre on Friday, March 23. Expressions of interest from stallholders and performers are open until February 21. ■ wyndham.vic.gov.au/tarneitnightmarket

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Werribee Dutch Senior Citizens Club

Come along to the Central Park Community Centre, 80 Lonsdale Circuit, Hoppers Crossing, on Fridays from 10am-3pm and enjoy good company at the Werribee Dutch Senior Citizens Club. Meet new friends and play the card game of klaverjas. ■ Anne, 9369 5384 or Connie, 0402 133 621

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The Multiple Sclerosis Community Visitors Scheme is seeking to recruit volunteers to visit elderly residents in their homes or aged-care facilities in the Wyndham area.

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Looking for something to do Friday nights? Why not grab some friends, family or colleagues and head to Werribee Bowls Club, 239 Watton Street, Werribee, from 5pm onwards for a game of barefoot bowls and a barbecue. No experience is necessary. All equipment provided. $10 per head gets you bowls and barbecue. Bare feet or flat shoes essential. ■ Rhonda, 0434 005 282

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Stump up for charity

Werribee CFA firefighters will battle it out against Melton Fire Brigade cricketers as part of the McGrath Foundation Pink Stumps Day. The match – on Friday, February 16, from 6pm at Northcott Street Oval, Melton South – will raise money for the foundation through a barbecue, silent auctions and raffles. ■ www.facebook.com/WerribeeFireBrigade ■ 9845

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Meet people in your neighbourhood over a shared meal on Sunday, February 18, from

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CONSIDER THE SAUCE Kenny Weir gets all smokey-eyed about Texas barbecue At what passes for a dining room at Tex-Oz Smokehouse, you’ll feel gravel underfoot. You’ll sit on plastic chairs while eating at tables apparently made of something like packing case wood. You’ll eat from cardboard containers while using plastic cutlery. You’ll order from a food truck parked on an otherwise empty lot. We think all that’s absolutely grand. Tex-Oz gives Melbourne life to a great no-frills barbecue tradition that has previously gained little or no traction here. Sure, in Memphis, Virginia and Texas, barbecue of many kinds can be enjoyed in grand and/or chic and/or hipster settings – and you’ll often pay a high price for doing so. But just as important – arguably even more important – are the cheapo roadside stands and shacks found throughout the land that cater to the quick-fix needs of regular folks seeking a good feed at the right price. And, yes, Tex-Oz Smokehouse does right in the money stakes, too. Equally appropriately, the menu is compact. A CTS team of three – myself, Bennie and Nat Stockley – enjoy a very nice, post-heatwave Saturday lunch. The smoked brisket and pulled pork – sold at $6 for 100 grams and seen here in 200-gram quantities – are excellent. The brisket, in particular, shines. The meat is more tender and juicy than it photographs and almost fat-free. And it goes fine with a house-made sauce that has a bit of a spice kick.

TEX-OZ SMOKEHOUSE Address: 12 Synnot Street, Werribee The stranded pig meat is fine, too, enough to have me recanting my oft-expressed judgment that pulled pork is largely a tasteless, over-hyped con. Bennie opts for the hybrid dish that is the Tex-Oz snack pack ($16), adorned in his case with more of that pulled pork. He likes it a bunch. For sides, we get coleslaw and potato salad – big serves for $4 each. The slaw is fresh and crunchy and very rough cut, making it a little unwieldy in terms of the plastic implements we are using. The spud concoction is heavily mayo-ised and doesn’t really hit the spot with us. Nat – who also goes the pulled pork and brisket route – gets fries, which he tells me are overdone in terms of the salt. I am reminded of legendary story I was told about a very famous Texas barbecue joint at which I dined several decades ago. Apparently, when the management decided to introduce some non-meat items to the menu – white sliced bread, raw onion and pickles – the locals damn near caused a riot. So if the Tex-Oz accessories don’t quite hit the bullseye, we’re happy to say simply: So what? And in the meat sphere, this place produces the goods in an admirably no-frills manner. Tex-Oz Smokehouse is open from noon, Thursdays through to Sundays.

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SALAD DAYS Salads sure have come a long way from the wilted iceberg lettuce, thick telegraph cucumber slices and anaemic sliced tomato combination of my childhood. Sometimes – if we were being really exotic – mum would chuck in a few bite-size chunks of Coon cheese and drizzle the lot with Kraft Italian dressing. But that’s about as posh as it got. If you find yourself throwing together the same old salad most days and need some inspiration, here are some tips I find useful: 1. Add some crunch: Experiment with textures. Throw in some roasted, slivered almonds or walnuts, sesame seeds, crispy prosciutto, shredded raw purple cabbage or even some Chang’s crunchy noodles to make it more substantial.

GEORGE DONIKIAN TV AND RADIO PRESENTER FB: How would you rate your cooking skills? GD: Could be better ... but I would need to practice more! FB: What is your signature dish? GD: Greek style stuffed tomatoes with mince meat in the filling like mum makes.

As always, if you have any recipes, tips or other info you’d like to share, email me at sarah@ howdypartnersmedia.com.au

2. Be a smooth operator: Balance the crunch with the creamy texture of avocado chunks or some marinated Persian feta. Roasted pumpkin or sweet potato also offer a smooth texture, great colour and sweetness.

work wonderfully well in salads, adding sweetness, colour and texture. 4. ‘Leave’ it out (if you like): Salads don’t always have to have leaves in them! Get busy with your spiraliser and replace the lettuce, spinach or kale with zucchini spirals. 5. Drizzle away: One of the simplest and easiest salad dressings is a nice drizzle of olive oil. You can’t go past the range of Cobram Estate olive oils with their little pop-top bottles 6. Get creative: As they always remind us on MasterChef, we eat with our eyes. Take a good look at the vegies you plan to throw in your salad and think of artistic ways in which you can present them. Take a leaf out Grace Aldridge’s book … as you can see by the photo, 12 year-old Grace went one step further recently and turned cucumbers into the most adorable little chickens.

3. Get fruity: Peach or mango slices, mandarin segments, and apple pieces all

FB: If you could only have one more meal, what would it be? GD: An entree of calamari, followed by a main of spaghetti marinara, as made by one-time top Sydney restaurant La Strada in Macleay Street, Potts Point. Finish with dessert, which would come in the form of a bombe Alaska. FB: What is your favourite TV food show and who is your favourite TV food person? GD: MasterChef wins hands down, and my favorite food person is Shane Delia. FB: What is your favourite food? GD: Asian cuisine is a favourite. FB: What is your favourite drink? GD: A bottle of French champagne from the House of Dom Ruinart. FB: Which 5 people would you most like to invite to dinner? GD: Elvis Presley, Winston Churchill, Catherine Deneuve, Adriana Lima and George Clooney.

As always, if you have any FB: Do you have a kitchen tip for us? recipes, tips or other GD: Always use fresh, quality produce. info you’d like to share, email me at sarah@ howdypartnersmedia.com.au

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How is Active Audiology different to the “big” clinics? Active Audiology is an independent clinic, which these days is become rarer and rarer – just one in five clinics in Victoria is now independent. This means Cris and Marina are not tied to prescribing particular brands of hearing aids – which is what happens with corporate clinics. They use their own expertise and research to select the correct brand for their clients – and can choose from every brand on the market.

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A Star Weekly Advertising Feature

Artist’s impression

Discover Westbrook’s winning charm If you’re one of the savvy crowd fast switching on to the potential benefits of family life rooted in Westbrook, a vibrant estate in Wyndham’s conveniencecentral, circle Saturday, February 24, in red, writes Carole Levy. Why? Because that’s the day Westbrook’s display village – on Latitude Promenade, Truganina – officially opens. There’s so much happening on the day, especially for families with kids in tow, and it will be an ideal event for potential house and land purchasers.

A Westbrook resident says: “Our family couldn’t be happier with our new home at Westbrook, and we are very excited that we are amongst the very first residents to move in to one of Melbourne’s most sought-after estates. “We were incredibly lucky to have purchased our lot in stage 4 when we did. Cheryl and all the Westbrook sales team have been an amazing source of support and advice every step of the way, and are still there to help us now we have moved in. “What do we like most about Westbrook? Of course, the location is fantastic, right next to the Tarneit station. We love the parks and some great shopping centres. But most of all we love the sense of community, with lots of friends close by. “With a young family, Westbrook will be the perfect place for our children to grow up.” - Zahir Suleman

It’s really a three-in-one extravaganza that will run from 11am to 3pm – a jam-packed family entertainment and activities program; a chance to explore a range of innovative house designs from Victoria’s top builders; and newly released lots to purchase. Organisers have pulled out all stops to make it an exciting day out. A Chill Zone will bring the beats of extraordinary African drums and dance to the stage, while the audience can tuck into delicious treats from the Food Village. If your kids want something more active, how about a “ninja warrior obstacle course” or the Melbourne Stars’ “cricket activation”? The kids will also be queuing up for pony rides, while the littlies will love visiting the petting zoo or having their faces painted. Mums and dads can explore all the latest trends in design style and innovation among a comprehensive range of house designs from Victoria’s top builders, as well as secure a dream home in the area’s most sought-after new community. On the morning of the official opening, new lots are scheduled for public release, including an exclusive builder release. More than 900 lots have already been purchased at the 4000-lot estate, with every stage release selling out – usually within hours. Sales have exceeded all expectations – for good reason. Westbrook ticks all the boxes for purchasers looking to city fringes for community living loaded with historical charm and contemporary appeal. Westbrook is within a walk or bike ride of Tarneit train station. If you’d rather drive, head straight down Leakes Road to join the Westgate Freeway to either Melbourne CBD or Geelong. Tarneit Central shopping centre, anchored by Coles, Kmart and Aldi, is a few minutes away by car, while Werribee Pacific is about 10. Just 24 kilometres from Melbourne’s city centre, Westbrook will ultimately be home to a secondary school and community centre. With 32 kilometres of shared paths, extensive parkland and premium sport and recreation facilities also in the pipeline, an active outdoor lifestyle will be right on the doorstep. Yes … February 24 really can be your very own Red Letter Day. For details of upcoming land releases, visit Westbrook Land Sales Centre at 17 Society Boulevard (off Leakes Road), Truganina. Open 10am-5pm daily. Inquiries: 1300 303 420 or westbrookestate.com.au

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LITTLE RIVER 54 River Street, 3211

HOPPERS CROSSING 11 Conifer Close, 3029

Ray White Werribee: 9974 0000

Greg Hocking Lawson Partners: 9741 9666 Auction: February 24 at 11am

Price: Contact agent

Auction: February 24 at 4pm

Price: $580,000 – $630,000

If a city escape is on your mind, this cute country homestead on about 0.41 hectares is sure to tempt. It’s about 400 metres from the station, with trains arriving at Southern Cross within 50 minutes. The kids will have not only a gigantic backyard in which to run off energy plus a pool for summer fun, but also a primary school about 500 metres away. The front verandah or out back under a pergola are spots to soak up country peace. The house has three fitted bedrooms, the main with a gleaming en suite. Floating floorboards are laid throughout the house for ultimate easy-care. A large, L-shaped lounge-dining room incorporates a study area at one end, while the smart kitchen has loads of storage and bench space and the cooker is electric. Numerous ceiling fans, a split-system unit and a fireplace ensure seasonal comfort, and there’s a four-car garage.

A pleasing package for a family, this well-presented property has all the popular ingredients: two separate living areas; a pool; and subtle period references for lovers of the Federation style. A spacious lounge room, with polished floorboards and fireplace, has bifold doors to close it off from an expansive, dual-zone living hub. The kitchen has a stack of solid timber cupboards, plenty of bench space including breakfast bar, a large walk-in pantry, an underbench oven, 900mm gas cooktop and a dishwasher. Four good-sized fitted bedrooms include the main which has a walk-in robe and an en suite with period-style flourishes. A large gabled pergola connects with the fenced pool, and the pretty gardens are well established. Other features include ducted heating and cooling and a drive-through double garage.

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HOPPERS CROSSING 125 Morris Road, 3029

WERRIBEE 15 Willow Street, 3030

Barry Plant Tarneit: 8744 8888

First National Westwood: 9742 5555

Price: $550,000 – $600,000

Private sale

Price: $420,000 – $460,000

Private sale

This one is likely to have different types of buyers vying for a piece of Wyndham’s greatest capital growth suburb. Business professionals looking for main road exposure, renovators ready to carry out work for reward, and developers with plans (STCA) could be in the bidding crowd. The house, with floorboards virtually throughout, is a light and airy place where a lounge room has original double doors and a gas heater in slate surround. There’s also a split-system unit. The large kitchen-meals area is at its heart. Four big bedrooms share two bathrooms. Front gardens are established and the massive backyard has swathes of lawn and mature trees. A concrete driveway leads to a single garage.

A 15-minute walk from the train station and a five-minute drive from Watton Street’s shops, eateries and boutiques, this classic brick veneer perches on a block of about 560 square metres with subdivision potential (STCA). Three spacious bedrooms share a bright, all-white bathroom and there’s a second toilet in the laundry. The light-filled lounge room has a gas heater set in a surround, as well as an air-conditioner. The kitchen, with space for a dining table, has oodles of ’50s-style cupboards painted in pink, and an old-school side-by-side cooker. The good-sized backyard has a small storage shed and there’s a lock-up garage.

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HOPPERS CROSSING 18 Erskine Square, 3029 LJ Hooker: 9748 5888

Price: $720,000 – $740,000

In a princely pocket that’s arranged in a square around parkland, this corner property fits right in. Its gracious setting well matches the quiet elegance of the house and gardens, while the convenience of having Pacific Werribee just five minutes’ drive down the road is invaluable. The Grange P-12 College, Cambridge Primary School and parklands are even closer. Freshly painted in soft Tuscan-inspired shades and with new carpet laid quite recently, the house has entry under a verandah to a broad foyer with a french-door closet.

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Next up is carpeted lounge-dining room (nine metres long) with a tiled walkway running alongside that leads to the minor bedroom “wing”. The three fitted bedrooms (one is ideal as a study) are arranged around the gleaming main bathroom and toilet that flank an open-plan vanity. The laundry, with fold-down bench and plenty of room for ironing, is also down here. The spacious main bedroom, with walk-in robe and en suite with big mirror and enclosed toilet, is off the lounge room and positioned to catch the morning rays. The spacious family-meals zone has,

courtesy of four large windows, excellent views of the square’s parkland, while the kitchen with downlights will win the heart of the family cook. That kitchen has an abundance of pale timber-look cabinetry (including french-door corner pantry and pot drawers) and a servery/brekkie bench able to seat three or four, plus a wall oven, electric cooktop and dishwasher. Out back, a fab covered and paved alfresco area, with shadecloth-sheltered fernery at one end, is a pretty spot to sit when gathering with friends and family. The gardens are well established and a good

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wedge of lawn gives kids and pets secure space to run. The property also has ducted heating, split-system, monitored alarm, solar system, NBN readiness, two water tanks, storage shed and a drive-through double garage with internal access, remote-controlled door and extra space for workshop or storage. The block of about 770 square metres is blessed with established plum, peach, nectarine, apple and various citrus trees, plus passionfruit and kiwifruit vines. Carole Levy 37 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ FEBRUARY 14, 2018


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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY FROM THE BENLOR TEAM

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A 2B 2C

For Sale: $579000-$599000

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For Sale: $429000

Manor Lakes - 23 Goodenia Avenue

Point Cook - 1/35 Tom Roberts Parade

Beyond Expectations.

Walk into Point Cook CBD

Immersed in quality and style, with a large master bedroom, study area, walk in robe and ensuite, with tinted windows for privacy and comfort, internal access to the remote double garage, the wide hallway then opens to the heart of the home where the generous kitchen awaits, benefiting from 900mm.

Comprising of 2 generous bedrooms, master has an ensuite, and a separate guest bathroom, open plan and light filled living with a kitchen that would be at home in a large family home, high ceilings, european laundry and a private garden await, all with the convenience of a tandem garage to the rear, the gardens are clutter free.

View: Saturday 11 - 11:30am Jay Radbourne, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0422 280 465, E: jay@benlor.com.au Brandon Changtime, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0411 683 438, E: brandon@benlor.com.au

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Auction: 17/02/2018 11:00 AM

View: Saturday 2 - 2:30pm Jay Radbourne, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0422 280 465, E: jay@benlor.com.auM:

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For Sale: $719,000 - $755,000

Truganina - 40 Brigalow Drive

Tarneit - 11 Loxton Street

Best On Brigalow

Great Family Entertainer

With natural light beaming through the plentiful windows, this beautiful home comprises of 3 large bedrooms (Kingsize Master Suite complete with WIR & Ensuite / 2 guest rooms complete with BIR), 2 bathrooms and two separate living areas. The Kitchen is fitted with quality s/steel appliances (dishwasher included).

Grand style living approx 38sq set on a large allotment, this home will leave you speechless. Comprising of 4 spacious fitted bedrooms plus a separate study or a potential fifth bedroom. Master features a resort style en-suite including a large spa, his and her basins and an immense walk in robe.

View: Wednesday 6 - 6:30pm Saturday 10:30 - 11am Glen Wilson, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0410 454 034, E: glen@benlor.com.au Mathew Heywood, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0428 903 394, E: mat@benlor.com.au

View: Saturday 1 - 1:30pm Vince Chicop, P: , M: 0418 360 998, E: Vince@Benlor.com.au

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For Sale: $395,000

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Auction: 03/03/2018 11:30 AM

Werribee South - 3/656 O’Connors Road

Werribee - 54 Torrens Street

Wyndham Cove Display - Affordable Beachside Living

Calling all renovators, investors and developers!!

The development provides a quiet lifestyle with convenience & serenity. With this property headlining Wyndham Cove’s premier location, on offer is a fully decked out display suite comprising of a meticulous floorplan that will certainly please; The natural light-filled home features 2 generous sized bedrooms.

The opportunity is here for one lucky buyer to purchase in a great location on an approx. 757m2 land with approx. 19m frontage! Comprising of 3 great size bedrooms, two separate living areas including and L shape lounge and separate meals/family room.Kitchen has gas appliances and plenty of natural sunlight beaming through.

View: Saturday 12 - 12:30pm Glen Wilson, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0410 454 034, E: glen@benlor.com.au Mathew Heywood, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0428 903 394, E: mat@benlor.com.au

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For Sale: $560000

View: Saturday 1 - 1:30pm Brandon Changtime, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0411 683 438, E: brandon@benlor.com.au

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For Sale: $469000

Wyndham Vale - 28 Condamine Avenue

Wyndham Vale - 220 Mcgrath Road

Splash into Summer.

Neat and Tidy with 4 Bedrooms.

Comprising of 4 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (ensuite to master) a formal living and dining room to the front of the home flowing onto a large open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances, ample bench space for the budding chef and family area, which overlooks the stunning outdoor area and in ground heated swimming pool.

Comprising of 4 great size bedrooms with built in robes and a central bathroom with updated vanity. There is an L shaped large lounge room with heating and cooling. Also with a bonus evaporative cooling throughout. The updated sunlit kitchen has a dishwasher and new upright gas top oven with ample bench space.

View: Saturday 1 - 1:30pm Jay Radbourne, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0422 280 465, E: Jay@Benlor.com.au

View: Saturday 12 - 12:30pm

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Brandon Changtime, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0411 683 438, E: brandon@benlor.com.au


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We are incredibly grateful that our office has been awarded the No.40 rank in Australia by the 2018 REB Top 50 Sales Offices. A lot of hard work and team effort went into the achievement and we could not be more proud. Thank you for your continued support of hockingstuart Werribee. It’s your award too.

Call hockingstuartt W Werribee on 9731 7022 today, oday, to oday discover how we can succeed together. er er.

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93 Princes Highway. y Werribee y.

Auction

Inspect

3rd March 2018

By Appointment

4A

11:00am

3B

7C

2684 (approx)m2

Huge 2684m2 (approx.) corner block with massive development potential, Main road exposure adjacent Werribee East development site. Stunning family residence including Pool, Spa, Sauna, Te T nnis Court and fully self - contained unit with its own street access. Call Andrew Conte to inspect.

hockingstuart.com.au

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Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259


16 Allunga Way. y y. Werribee 4A

2.5 B

2C

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @12PM! AY With quality, y style and a modern design in mind, y, this near-new Metricon built home has everything the growing family could need! With quality stone benchtops, an Alfresco entertaining area and three living zones in total, this home is not to be missed! Auction 17th February 2018 12:00pm

Inspect Sat 11:30-12:00pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

22 Hawkstone Road. Manor Lakes 4A

2B

2C

400 (aprx)m2

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @12PM! AY Four-bedroom, two-bathroom Carlisle home in near new condition. Great amenities on hand including schools, buses and train stations. Features include, refrigerated cooling, ducted heating and alarm to name a few. Inspection is a must! Auction 17th February 2018 12:00pm

Inspect Sat 11:30-12:00pm photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

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19B Sycamore Street. Hoppers Crossing 3A

2B

1C

In the prestigious Derrimut Heath Estate, this nearnew home is modern and stylish and makes a perfect residence for first home buyers, downsizers or investors alike. With Pacific Werribee, public transport and Derrimut Heath Primary School at walking distance, inspections are a must!

Auction 24th February 2018 1:00pm

Inspect Sat OFI photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

72 James Cook Drive. Truganina

32 Alsace Av A enue. Hoppers Crossing

4A

3A

2B

2C

445 (approx)m2

1B

2C

310 (approx)m2

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @10AM! AY This fantastic home featuring, four bedrooms, two bathrooms. Open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances. low maintenance garden. Close to Westbourne Grammar, Al Ta T qwa. Call Andrew Conte to inspect today. y y.

Situated in the heart of Hoppers Crossing lays this perfect first home or investment. Comprising of three bedroom, conveniently located central bathroom, open living / dining area opening up do a beautiful rear yard complete with undercover entertaining area.

Auction 17th February 2018 10:00am

Private Sale $420,000$460,000

Inspect Sat 9:30-10:00am photo ID req

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Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

Inspect Sat 1:30-2:00pm photo ID req

Contact George Ya Y coubian 0402 658 335


2 Argus Court. Ta T rneit

195 Thames Boulevard. Ta T rneit

4A

4A

2B

2C

2B

2C

585 (appx)m2

This stunning open plan family home sits on 511m2 worth of land and provides living at its finest . Situated in a very quiet court in the “Claremont Park Estate� is an abundant 4 bedroom plus study home.

This great family home is positioned on a generous allotment with ample space throughout, two separate living areas and a vast outdoor entertaining zone. Being close by to local amenities, including schools and public transport, the opportunities are endless.

Auction Inspect Contact 14th December 2017 Sat 11:30-12:00pm Johann Psaila 0488 659 989 photo ID req 7:00pm

Private Sale $595,000$61 6 5,000 61

5 Evrah Drive. Hoppers Crossing

217 Heaths Road. Hoppers Crossing

3A

5A

2B

2C

1159 (appx)m2

2B

Inspect Sat 3:00-3:30pm photo ID req

2C

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

583 (approx)m2

Fantastic home on a large block (1159m2 approx.) in the Derrimut Heath. Three good size bedrooms, three living spaces, well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and loads of storage. Enclosed outdoor entertaining (with separate bathroom) for year-round enjoyment.

Previous council approval for doctors rooms. 5 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, multiple living/reception rooms. Situated centrally in Hoppers Crossing and only metres from Pacific Werribee. Entry from Ya Y rrabee Drive. Call Andrew Conte or Prince Ta T kkar to inspect today. y y.

Auction Inspect 24th February 2018 Sat 2:30-3:00pm 2:00pm photo ID req

Auction Inspect 22nd February 2018 Sat 3:30-4:00pm photo ID req 7:30pm

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

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150 Mossfiel Drive. Hoppers Crossing

17 Parkview Close. Hoppers Crossing

3A

3A

1B

4C

637 (approx)m2

2B

3C

630 (approx)m2

Positioned in a highly convenient location close by to local shops, schools and public transport, this family home offers space and practicality with a vast entertaining space and a pool to enjoy all year round! Inspections are a must!

This Keogh built home offers character and charm throughout and is designed for family living. The open plan design includes multiple living spaces and quality features such as stainless-steel appliances and a grand undercover patio with 630m2 (approx.) of land to enjoy. y y.

Inspect Auction Contact 24th February 2018 Sat 10:00-10:30am Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899 12:00pm photo ID req

Inspect Auction 24th February 2018 Sat 2:00-2:30pm photo ID req 11:00am

35 Woolpack Street. Hoppers Crossing

40 Duncans Road. Werribee

4A

3A

2B

2C

545 (approx)m2

Located in the Cambridge School Zone, this immaculate family home includes an abundance of quality features such as two living areas, leadlight widows, large patio area, enclosed spa and so much more! Close by to local amenities, this home is a must!

Auction 3rd March 2018 11:00am

Inspect Sat 2:00-2:30pm photo ID req

hockingstuart.com.au

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Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

B

C

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

416 (approx)m2

- Located in Werribee’s Activity Zone - 416m2 (approx.) of premium land - Corner block - Potential business/commercial use (STCA) Auction 3rd March 2018 12:00pm

Inspect Contact Sat 10:45-11:15am Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899 photo ID req


18 Bolton Road. Wyndham Va V le

12 Brockwell Cresent. Wyndham Va V le

3A

4A

1B

4C

562 (approx)m2

Formal lounge room, open plan meals, kitchen and living area. Three generous bedrooms with built in robes. Large pergola with landscaped back garden including mancave. 562m2 (approx.) block of land. Call Andrew Conte or Prince Ta T kkar to inspect. Auction 3rd March 2018 10:00am

Inspect Sat 2:15-2:45pm photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

2B

2C

Nestled alongside quality homes in a prime, beautiful location, this sun-filled and spacious residence maximizes lifestyle allure from its floorplan. Presenting a fabulous foundation wherein everyday living and entertaining can effortlessly coexist. Private Sale $500,000$550,000

Inspect Contact Sat 11:00-11:30am Johann Psaila 0488 659 989 photo ID req Garry Deol 0433 290 383

1/77 Honour Av A enue. Wyndham Va V le

5 Kenneth Close. Hoppers Crossing

3A

4A

2B

1C

268 (approx)m2

3B

2C

1050 (appx)m2

This low maintenance residence offers a modern lifestyle. With two living areas to enjoy, y the open plan kitchen, meals and living space caters for y, the whole family. y Located opposite parks and child care centres, this y. makes a perfect first home or investment!

Located in the popular Bellbridge Estate, this prestigious home offers an abundance of space with multiple living areas and quality finishes including stone bench tops and stunning floorboards throughout. With a premium location at hand, this home makes the perfect family residence.

Private Sale $360,000$385,000

Private Sale

Inspect Sat 1:00-1:30pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

Inspect By Appointment

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

hockingstuart.com.au

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hockingstuart Werribee Point Cook

338 Outer West Region

SUCCESSFUL AUCTIONS

IN THE OUTER WEST IN 2017

And more than 700 properties sold in 2017

We’ve had a bumper 2017 at hockingstuart and a stunning end to the year with more than 700 sales in 2017 in the outer west. Join in our success and go with hockingstuart.

Call hockingstuart We W rribee on 9731 7022 or Point Cook on 9395 6888 for a free appraisal today. y y. * Combined figure for outer west offices.

hockingstuart.com.au

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3 Durack Court. Point Cook

57 Warunda Parade. Point Cook

4A

4A

2B

3C

710m2 (approx)

Situated in a quiet court location and minutes away from the Point Cook T wn Centre is this four-bedroom home, filled with an abundance of To character and set on a palatial 710 m2 (approx.) allotment.

Auction 3 March 2018 1:00pm

Inspect Sat 11-11:30am Photo ID Req

Contact Alexander Hua 0403 359 658 Scott Perry 0439 595 461

3B

2C

Impeccable 37 square (approx.) double story home, currently situated in the Alamanda School zone with four bedrooms, multiple living spaces and stunning outdoor spaces.

Private Sale $875,000 $925,000

Contact Inspect Alexander Hua 0403 359 658 Sat 12-12:30pm Photo ID Required Scott Perry 0439 595 461

27 Cooinda Way. y Point Cook y.

314 Boardwalk Boulevard. Point Cook

4A

3A

2B

2C

518m2 (approx)

2B

2C

Beautifully presented 4 bedroom, 3 living zoned home with decked alfresco set on a generous 518 m2 (approx.) allotment. Located in the Featherbrook Estate, this home features all the modern extras designed for the young family, y or an excellent investment. y,

Double storey family home. 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 separate living areas - perfect for the family to move straight in. In the Featherbrook Estate, Beautiful wetland views and a few meters walk to bus to town centre and Williams Landing station.

Auction Inspect 24th February 2018 Sat 10-10:30am 11:00am Photo ID Req

Auction Sat 24th February 2018

Contact Scott Perry 0439 595 461 Marc Henares 0466 113 818

Inspect Sat 11-11:30am Photo ID Req

Contact Scott Perry 0439 595 461 Narender Singh 0410 295 416

hockingstuart.com.au

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3A 1B 4C

Location and Lifestyle

Auction Saturday 24th February 1pm Price

$660,000 - $690,000

This unique property presents 3 king-sized bedrooms, an open plan living & dining area, fantastic

View

Saturday 17th February 11.30am

kitchen for any keen cook with abundant storage and bench space including dishwasher, r separate r,

PRDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/w / erribee /w Rohan Smith 0412 864 525 rohans@prdwerribee.com.au

WERRIBEE 11 Meek Street

toilet and central bathroom. Set on approx. 720 m² of land with immaculate established gardens and spacious backy k ard where you have the option to build a large shed, drop in a pool or future subky division (STCA) A . Also includes a lock up garage to store a caravan, boat, extra cars or trailer and A) 3-5 car carport with a long driveway. y Extra features include: high ceilings and decorative cornices, y. original timber flooring, comforts of heating, evaporative cooling, garden shed and much more!

3A 2B 1C

Leafy Manorvale Parade WERRIBEE 22 Manorvale Parade This property off f ers multiple living areas which ff

Selling Price $595,000 View

Saturday 17th February 2.30pm

4A 2B 2C

Feature Packed Family Home T RNEIT 148 Thames Boulevard TA

could quite easily be converted to further bedrooms due to the flexibility and design.

PRDnationwide Werribee

Centrally heated and cooled, with ensuite,

2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557

dual access to outdoor heated pool/spa and a

prdnationwide.com.au/w / erribee /w

wonderful area for a barbie under the gazebo.

Ash Ta T ylor 0407 808 233

The complete package, call today!

asht@prdwerribee.com.au

Price $585,000 - $619,000 View

Saturday 17th February 10.30am

This immaculately presented family home comprises 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 separate living areas, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, en-suite, modern and central bathroom. Step outside to a magnificent outdoor pergola area making entertaining family and friends all year round a dream.

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Selling

PRDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/w / erribee /w Michael Tu T der 0412 014 216 michaelt@prdwerribee.com.au


Auction this Sat.

Hoppers Crossing

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Werribee

BIG LAND WITH OPTIONS A PLENTY! 

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Hoppers Crossing 1 Arcadian Place

Auction this Sat.

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY! Upon entry, an open fo f rmal living zone adjacent to the master bedroom (ensuite & WIR), remaining bedrooms include BIR’s & are closely located to the central bathroom. Further into the home, the open plan kitchen provides a large island bench & cupboard space with quality stainless steel appliances, adjacent to the info f rmal meals area. Inclusions: ducted heating, evaporative fo cooling, block out blinds, downlights throughout, a garden shed and a two car garage.

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AUCTION Saturday 17 February 12:00PM (unless sold prior)

CONTA T CT TA Petar Krnjeta 0406 912 320 Stan Buzza 0431 257 091

PRICE $550,000 - $600,000

T rneit Ta 8744 8888

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barryplant.com.au/property/573391


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Tarneit 47 Tyler Crescent

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Tarneit 19 Giselle Grove

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PRICE $355 per week T rneit 8744 8888 Ta

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Point Cook 55 Hemsley Promenade

Hoppers Crossing 10 Farnborough Place

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Four bedrooms, master with ensuite & walk in robe, open plan kitchen/meals/living, 2nd living or kids room & a central bathroom.

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LUCKY LANDLORD, HAPPY TENANTS, MORE PROPERTIES WA W NTED!

LEASED

Tarneit 56 Sunset Views Boulevard

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11 Conifer Close, Hoppers Crossing Beyond its impeccable street frontage, this expansive free flowing home positioned on a sizable allotment of 657sqm (approx.) Boasting a low maintenance design and quality appointments this immaculate home will inspire effortless family living. It’s located within easy walking distance of local schools, parks, and public transport. Open floorplan and sliding doors produce a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. 3 separate living zones ensure ample space for family living. Vast covered alfresco settings provides superb outdoor dining and entertaining. Beautiful solid timber kitchen boasts quality appliances and huge pantry. 4 generously sized bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes. Master bedroom features walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. Ducted heating and cooling for all year-round comfort. Low maintenance gardens and refreshing swimming pool ready to enjoy this summer. Double lock-up garage with through access to rear yard.

21 Kiely Avenue,Werribee Positioned in the sought-after South Side of Werribee on a sizable 660sqm (approx.), this threebedroom home is only moments away from the Werribee CBD, preferred primary and secondary schools and the new growth precinct; ensuring easy rentability and future capital growth. Boasting multiple living zones guaranteeing space for a growing family, master bedroom with walk-in robe and the convenience of an ensuite, updated kitchen with glowing timber floorboards, an undercover entertaining area and large grassed area.

Werribee 9741 9666 62 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ FEBRUARY 14, 2018

A3 B2 C2 BER $480,000 - $520,000 Auction Sat 24th Feb at 1.30pm Inspect Wed at 3.30 - 4.00pm Sat at 12.00 - 12.30pm Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 David Lawson 0411 175 575

A4 B2 C2 BER $580,000 - $630,000 Auction Sat 24th Feb at 11.00am Inspect Wed at 4.30 - 5.00pm Sat at 10.00 - 10.30am Contact David Lawson 0411 175 575 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

48 Conquest Drive,Werribee This gorgeous 21 square family home is set on a generous 642m2 allotment. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, full ensuite to master, multiple living zones, two separate kitchens, with s/s appliances, centrally located bathroom, timber flooring, ducted heating and evaporative cooling, 2x5k water tanks, 8 solar panels, sprinkler system, manicured front and rear yards, 2x side gate entrances, steel powder coated alfresco and a remote controlled double garage. This unique property would be ideal for a large family.

A4 B2 C2 Price Contact Agent Auction Sat 24th Feb at 3.00pm Inspect Sat at 12.00 - 12.30pm Contact Craig Vilcins 0435 878 255 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

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90 Kookaburra Avenue,Werribee Positioned on a sizable allotment of 543sqm, this three bedroom home is in a much sought-after Werribee address. With the convenience of public transport and schooling only metres away and easy access to the Pacific Werribee Plaza with its fine dining and designer shopping, ensures relaxed lifestyle living, great rental return and future growth.

68 Maher Road, Laverton A central Laverton position set within an easy walk to the railway station and shops with P-12 schools being easily accessible.The development potential of this allotment (STCA) is huge with generous dimension totalling approx 614m2. Comprises lounge, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2x-wc. Includes stainless gas cooktop, gas heating, ducted cooling, pergola and secure parking of lock up carport and garage.Terms Deposit 10% Settlement 30 days

Werribee 9741 9666

A3 B1 C2 BER $440,000 - $470,000 Auction Sat 3rd Mar at 12.00pm Inspect Sat at 11.00 - 11.30am Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 David Lawson 0411 175 575

A3 B1 C3 Price Contact Agent Auction Sat 3rd Mar at 1.00pm Inspect Thurs at 5.00 - 5.30pm Sat at 12.00 - 12.30pm Contact Darren Dodd 0419 365 947 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

49 Strathmore Cres, Hoppers Crossing Looking for exceptional access and accommodation for boats, cars, caravans or trailers plus workshop complete with three phase power and a man cave?Then here it is! Sitting on approx. 548sqm in one of Melbourne’s fastest growing suburbs, this fastidiously renovated family home boasts multiple living zones, separate dining area plus sizable study. Boasting 3 good sized brms of accommodation all with robes, master with full ensuite plus separate heating and cooling for each. Outside offers low maintenance gardens plus undercover area.

27Tyquin Street, Laverton Offering great access to the freeway taking time off your drive or easy bus service to the train station. Set on approx 548m2,This solid brick veneer construction comprises dual living spaces, separate kitchen/meals area, 3 bedrooms, ducted heating, split system cooling and double tandem lock up carport. STCA possibly suitable for dual occupancy development.

A3 B2 C4 BER $630,000 - $670,000 Auction Sat 3rd of Mar at 11.00am Inspect Wed at 5.30 - 6.00pm Sat at 10.00 - 10.30am Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 Darren Dodd 0419 365 947

A3 B1 C2 Price Contact Agent Auction Sat 3rd of Mar at 2.00pm Inspect Wed at 5.00 - 5.30pm Sat at 1.00 - 1.30pm Contact Darren Dodd 0419 365 947 Craig Vilcins 0435 878 255

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Sanctuary r Lakes ry 14 Broadbeach Cir Gated Resort Living 3 bedroom double storey townhome has easy short walk access to its renowned picturesque lake setting. Lovely kitchen with island breakfast bench, stone tops & walk in pantry. Adjoining meals/living plus a spacious formal lounge at the front. A sliding door to a garden/courtyard entertaining area, ducted heating & ducted cooling, double garage with rear yard access For Sale $550,000 - $590,000 View By Appointment

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Loads of Potential Investors & developers take heed. This 3 bedroom home off f ers you potential to ff improve your portfolio. Whether it be as a rental with close proximity to schools, kindergartens, public transport and a 5 minute drive to We W rribee Central or as a future development site (STCA) A due to its A) allotment size. Yo Y u can’t go wrong.

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For Sale 440,000 – 469,000 View Saturday 11 - 11.30am

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W rribee We 10 Thompson Court 1452m2 approx Prime Land Large block of land perfect for investment - potential to subdivide (STCA) A . Home has A) large living, formal lounge and adjoining dining area. Spacious updated kitchen with ample storage space, Gas ducted heating, Evaporative cooling, long drive, carport & large garage/w / orkshop. /w Only minutes to freeway entrance Currently leased till Aug 2018. For Sale $800,000 - 880,000 View Saturday 12 - 12.30pm

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Spacious Stylish Entertainer Standing proudly opposite parkland in a quiet location is this spacious family home that is minutes to Pacific We W rribee. Off f ering 2 separate living areas, 4 ff bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large double garage with workshop area, additional storage and large pergola entertaining area.

A fully landscaped 768m2 Lot is complete with in ground sprinkler system and established fruit trees. The home is warm in winter with ducted gas, R/C split system and evaporative cooling for summer plus a solar system too. There is drive thru access for a boat or trailer and has onsite parking for a caravan

Price Guide $720,000 - $740,000 View Saturday 11 - 11.30am

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Hoppers Crossing 14 Alabama Close

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Reminisce The Charms Of Yesteryear Within This Impeccable True Federation Reproduction To say that the attention to detail must be seen to be understood would only be the beginning of this opulent residence. Constructed to exact standings employing period correct materials & workmanship, this stunning example is certainly a cut above most homes available. With its manicured & established gardens enhanced by briquette paving & extended federation verandahs, the formal entrance welcomes you through a lead-light door where the internal plan cues with its plaster archways, corbels & rosettes that feature throughout. The North facing formal lounge features a hardwood finished reproduction cast fireplace. The solid Tas Oak timber kitchen offers ILVE period reproduction cook top & oven. A versatile meals & family/living room is not only quite large but offers you the freedom to move your living situation around depending of choice or time of year. The huge master entails an ensuite with tessellated tiling & a reproduction Queen Anne timber vanity as does the main bathroom also with a feature claw bath. Ducted heating & evap cooling keeps the climate at your desired level. Features reproduction brass switch work, 2.7m ceilings, pendant lighting, ceiling fans, alarm & Colorbond roofing, while the home has also been repainted & new carpets installed. Step through French doors to the gorgeous low maintenance backyard with open rotunda & a sun deck. For the cars or handyman, the auto double garage also offers rear access as well as being plumbed. Situated in a truly desirable court location within Kingston Gardens.

9741 7777

1 Werribee Street, Werribee 68 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ FEBRUARY 14, 2018

Auction

This Saturday at 1.30pm

Price Range $640,000 - $680,000 Inspect

Wed 5-5.20pm & Sat 1-1.30pm Photo ID required

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John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821

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Werribee 80 Westleigh Drive

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The Best In Family Living & Entertainment - Every Day Is A Holiday! This incredible one owner home is located in the prestigious Westleigh Gardens Estate on a large allotment of 1,249m2 approx. Positioned within a short distance to freeway access, walking tracks, parklands & only a 5 minute drive to Werribee CBD & railway station! The home offers: • 3 massive bedrooms • Separate study/4th bedroom • Master with spacious spa ensuite & WIR • Massive pergola & outdoor entertaining area • Inground solar & gas heated pool & spa • Formal lounge/dining space • Expansive kitchen/meals & family living area overlooking the outdoor entertaining • Upstairs kids retreat/3rd living area • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling & 2 x split system units • Double garage • Unrestricted side access (space for a caravan/trailer, etc.) • Access from the back of the property into a 2nd single garage. Features roller shutters, security alarm & cameras, plenty of storage, solar panels.

Private Sale $820,000 - $870,000 Inspect

Sat 1.40-2pm Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

Hoppers Crossing 4 Branton Road

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Renovated To Perfection & Only 3 Mins To Hoppers Crossing Train Station! Situated in the booming Mossfiel Estate this updated property is one that ticks all the boxes - location, lifestyle & quality, nothing has been missed! With every single amenity within close distance, you are positioned just over 1km to Hoppers Crossing train station & Old Geelong Rd (with freeway access) & 2.4km to Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre. With immense street appeal & quality fittings throughout the home offers its next new owner: • Three spacious bedrooms with built-in robes • Central bathroom with double shower & freestanding bath • Polished floor boards throughout • High-class kitchen with quality stainless steel 900mm appliances, Caeser stone waterfall benchtops & plenty of cupboard space • Open plan kitchen/meals & family living arrangement • Study area/second dining space • Covered pergola area • Pristine landscaped gardens all around • Single lock-up garage.

9741 7777

1 Werribee Street, Werribee

Auction

Sat 24th February at 12.30pm

Price Range $500,000 - $550,000 Inspect

Sat 10-10.20am Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

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Werribee 1/7 Walwa Place

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Separately Titled, Spacious & Walking Distance To The CBD & Train Station! Located undoubtedly in one of Werribee’s most popular positions this fantastic home is within walking distance to Werribee CBD, train station, shops, walking tracks, Mackillop College, Werribee Secondary College, and both Werribee & Corpus Christi Primary Schools, and only a minute’s drive to get onto the freeway & reach Melbourne in under 35 minutes! Although the location is enough to want to buy the property the home itself does offer: • Three fitted bedrooms, 2 with walk-in robes • Master with ensuite & walk-in robe • Spacious living space upon entry • Adjacent to the living space, the kitchen is open plan & overlooks the dining area • Stainless steel appliances with dishwasher & loads of cupboard space • Central bathroom upstairs • Powder room downstairs • Ducted heating & evap cooling • Large backyard with established gardens • Single garage with rear access • Water tank.

Auction

Sat 10th March at 12pm

Price Range $400,000 - $440,000 Inspect

Thurs 6.20-6.40pm & Sat 2.20-2.40pm Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

Werribee 160 Shaws Road

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Superb Opportunity - Prime Werribee - 800m2 Approx! Attention astute investors, first home buyers and small developers! This prime piece of real estate is set within minutes to all amenities such as multiple reputable schools, Sims shopping complex, public transport at your doorstep, parklands and reserves, Werribee train station and CBD. Develop the potential, run a home business with main road exposure (subject to Council approval), or live in this fantastic home. A very solid home packed with great features: • Soaring high ceilings • Hardwood timber floors • 2 good sized bedrooms plus a small study • Massive updated central bathroom with a spa bath • Lovely modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Dishwasher • Gas heating • Evaporative cooling • Single carport. Werribee has recently experienced a massive boom and is becoming the number 1 corridor for the Western suburbs, don’t miss this amazing opportunity.

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Auction

Sat 24th February at 11am

Price Range Contact Agent Inspect

Sat 11.15-11.35am Photo ID required

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Werribee 7 Xavier Court

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Tucked in a quiet court in a sought after central Werribee location positioned perfect to all amenities such as reputable schools, public transport, Werribee CBD cafés, shops and Eagle Stadium. This well maintained home is sure to impress with a huge list of appointments: • Three bedrooms with built-in robes, master with an ensuite • Huge lounge area fit for the whole family • Good sized kitchen adjoining a meals area • Double car garage • Ducted heating and evaporative cooling • Extras include new carpets, roller shutters and dishwasher • Low maintenance yard with access for boats or caravan • Approximately 600m2 land size. This home is fit for a first home buyer or an astute investment opportunity.

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Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Melanie Simmonds 0449 119 577

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Location Location Location This well built home includes: • Four bedrooms plus study serviced by a central bathroom • Spacious formal lounge with gas heating & wall A/C • Kitchen adjoining meals area • Secluded undercover entertainment area • Low maintenance backyard with single garage containing a workshop & sep carport • Ducted evaporative cooling & split system A/C in 4th bedroom. Being a corner allotment the possibility of a development site (STCA) makes it a solid investment to add to the portfolio, also ideal for first home buyers.

9741 7777

1 Werribee Street, Werribee

Sat 10th March at 11am

Price Range $430,000 - $450,000

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Sat 3rd March at 10.30am

Price Range $480,000 - $520,000 Inspect

Sat 2-2.20pm Photo ID required

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Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Melanie Simmonds 0449 119 577

On an astounding 558m2 allotment up for your competition is this solid 2 BR home offering BIRs, plus 1 BR bungalow, open plan lounge room & a neat laminate kitchen with a meals area & gas upright stove. Includes gas heating, split system A/C, solar panels, pergola & a good sized storage shed. Take note builders & investors there is subdivision potential (STCA). With every amenity at hand in the most central location of Werribee & Melb CBD on 25 mins away, this is an opportunity you need to grab fast!

Auction

Sat 3rd March at 1.30pm

Price Range $400,000 - $440,000 Inspect

Sat 10.30-10.50am Photo ID required

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Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Melanie Simmonds 0449 119 577

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Werribee 7 Raven Grove

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Here Is A Dream Opportunity! First time offered is a dream opportunity for shrewd buyers with this brilliantly located home on a huge 1076m2 (approx) in central Werribee. Features: • 3 BRs with BIRs serviced by a central bathroom • Renovated kitchen with SS appls • Open plan living area • Outdoors a kid’s retreat which could be converted into a granny flat • Double gates access to garage or workshop • 2 undercover entertainment areas overlooking a swimming pool • Ducted heating, split system cooling, polished floor boards & sec alarm.

Sat 24th February at 12pm

Price Range Contact Agent Inspect

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Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Melanie Simmonds 0449 119 577

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Wyndham Vale 3 Brett Place Presented immaculately throughout this home is being offered to the market for the very first time & offers: • 4 bedrooms • Master with WIR & ensuite • Remaining BRs with BIRs • Massive living area upon entry with woodfire heater & BI bar • Kitchen & meals area • Updated appliances including dishwasher • 2 x split systems • Outdoor entertaining area with covered pergola overlooking the established gardens. Includes downlights, new carpets, water tank, off-street parking for 2 cars.

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Auction

Sat 3rd March at 1pm

Price Range $470,000 - $510,000 Inspect

Sat 3-3.20pm Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

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This outstanding property built by one of Werribee’s best builders will be sure to set your heart racing with its pristine presentation & location. • 4 BRs with BIRs, Sat 12-12.20pm master has an ensuite • Separate formal lounge with Photo ID required cathedral ceiling • Fantastic timber kitchen containing Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Miele appliances which overlooks a meals area • Separate rumpus room with OFP • Double gates Mitch Smit 0450 913 513 with rear access • Undercover entertainment area • Double garage also workshop in backyard • Hydronic slab heating, wall A/C & security alarm. Sat 3rd March at 11am

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Sat 3rd March at 12pm

Price Range $410,000 - $435,000

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Werribee 32 Nangiloc Crescent

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Character Filled & Positioned Perfectly! This fantastic home on a whopping 873m2 allotment is positioned amongst established surroundings in a central location nearby to Werribee CBD, schools, public transport & easy M1 Freeway access. Offering: • 3 BRs, master with 2-way ensuite plus central bathroom • Formal lounge & sep dining room • Large kitchen adj meals area overlooking a family room • Ducted heating & roller shutters • Extra high ceilings with decorative cornicing & rosettes. The backyard has many options with oversized double garage.

Sat 24th February at 1.30pm

Price Range $550,000 - $600,000 Inspect

Sat 1-1.20pm Photo ID required

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Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Melanie Simmonds 0449 119 577

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Auction

This Saturday at 11am

Price Range $430,000 - $460,000 Inspect

Sat 10.30-11am Photo ID required

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John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821

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This stunning renovated 4 BR home comprises of a Private Sale formal lounge, meals room & 2nd living zone, Inspect renovated kitchen, master BR with upgraded ensuite Thurs 5.40-6pm & & WIRs, other BRs serviced by an upgraded central Sat 12.40-1pm bathroom, and a laundry. Features ducted heating, Photo ID required evap cooling, porcelain tiles & rejuvenated carpets. Contact Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Outdoors, a huge pergola with downlights & ceiling fan, oversized double garage with dual auto & internal Mitch Smit 0450 913 513 access & further colorbond triple garage/workshop, plus additional off-street parking, all on 639m2 approx. Sat 10th March at 2pm

Price Range $340,000 - $370,000 Inspect

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$640,000 - $690,000 Wed 5.40-6pm & Sat 12.20-12.40pm Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 James Risos 0450 733 302

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ALTONA MEADOWS 39 Lady Nelson Crescent, Saturday 17th February, 9am-3pm. & 18th Feb if required. Moving out sale. Furniture, kitchenware, clothing, appliances, WII, bike, books, linen, jewellery, DVD's, bags, Barbies & other kids goodies.

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Small, carpet manufacturing business requires a full time person who is confident, outgoing and who can work independently. Duties include reception, customer sales, accounts, payroll, highly accurate data entry, BAS returns over multiple entities and other general office duties. Must be experienced in MYOB, Excel, Word, able to multi task and remain calm under pressure. Email resume to the general manager: info@tstcarpets.com.au

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their bowlers something to defend. ANA was in deep trouble early to be 4-12. ANA steadied to finish the day on 5-83, needing 77 runs for victory with five wickets in hand. Seabrook is well placed in its top four battle with Gellibrand at Bruce Comben Reserve. Gellibrand was bowled out for just 103 and the Saints are 4-64 in reply. In north-west B1, fifth-placed Point Cook is finding top side Deer Park a tough nut to crack at John McLeod Oval. The Warriors did well to restrict Deer Park, one of the top batting line-ups in the division, to 188. But the Warriors run chase began dismally, finishing the day on 5-39, a long way from the first innings points.

Wyndhamvale has victory in its sights against West Newport at Wyndham Vale Reserve. The Falcons bowled superbly to roll Wests for 111 with Craig Duff (3-13) and Jay Dolliver (3-39) taking three wickets apiece. In reply, the Falcons are 5-96, just 16 runs shy of first innings points. In north-west A1, Werribee Centrals had a hellish day against top-of-the-ladder Westmeadows at Willowbrook Reserve. Centrals were skittled for just 50 and Westmeadows cruised to the first innings points with 8-227 declared. Centrals are showing a bit more fight in their second dig, advancing to stumps on 3-62. Lance Jenkinson

Werribee paceman Jonathan Burton finished with six wickets, including a hat-trick. (Damjan Janevski)

IN THE DOGHOUSE ■ My

thoughts on women’s football could fill many pages of this paper, not just this column. I have believed from the start that the AFLW competition was rushed into existence for all the wrong reasons. Personally, I don’t care who was the driving force – the AFL, Channel Seven or whoever. We all know it is an evolving spectacle, but let me use a showbiz analogy. If I have a play or musical, I hone the script, the songs, the actors, the sets – everything. When it is good enough to warrant the media attention, the ticket price and the eyes of the world, I bring it to Broadway. There is no guarantee people will like it, but I am presenting the best possible product. The AFLW should have been developed the same way. Low-scoring, low-skill games would not then attract the same scrutiny as they currently are. The game will develop into a quality product worthy of all the attention and money. At the moment it is not. That is not the fault of the players, yet they are the ones in the firing line. Coaches are trying to win games because that is their job. They don’t get bonuses for presenting a game that looks good. I would never question the commitment of the players and their courage at times is beyond fearless. But there are many areas to address before the women’s game deserves the title of elite sport.

■ Grand

By Lance Jenkinson Could Werribee be a major player in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association north-west finals? The Tigers have largely escaped the spotlight after losing their opening four games of the season, but since round five, no team has accumulated more points. Only top-of-the-ladder Melton has matched the 33 points that Werribee has picked up since December 2. The Tigers have gone undefeated in that span – winning four, drawing two and a tie. Most would have felt that Werribee’s finals dreams were gone when they lost their opening four games, but belief has never waned in the Tiger camp. Tigers captain-coach Tim O’Brien lauded the character of his players to keep fighting it out. The Tigers were rewarded for their endeavour with a spot in the top six with two rounds to play. “I can’t fault the character of the boys,” O’Brien said. “We did the same last year, I think we needed to win the last four games to make the finals, so

I knew we definitely had it in us after what we did last year.” It was do or die for Werribee on Saturday. The Tigers have been in this position for most of the season, but the pressure has not got to them yet. Defending their 9-233 declared, Werribee managed to bowl Yarraville out for 163 at Chirnside Park on Saturday, replacing them in the top six as a result. “It was a massive result in the context of the season,” O’Brien said. “If Yarraville had beaten us, they would’ve gone two games clear of us, so us winning gets us on the same points and our percentage is fairly healthy, so we’re ahead of them at the moment.” Jonathan Burton put the finishing touches on a man of the match performance for Werribee. The new ball operator finished with 6-30 off 22.2 overs, including a jaw-dropping first day hat-trick. Spinner Michael Kelly was the key for Werribee on day two. Kelly finished with 3-49 off 18 overs – all three wickets coming at vital times, including two in one over. “He’s been real important for us,” O’Brien

said. “He came on when we really needed something, when they had put on a fair few.” Jack Budd took 1-29 off 15 overs, including the prized scalp of Yarraville captain-coach Matthew Love for 77. While Love was at the crease, the visiting Eagles were still every chance of chasing down the score. Now Werribee has gone from the hunters to the hunted, can they keep up their winning ways and wrap up a finals berth? The Tigers will need to be wary of the unpredictable Taylors Lakes, which beat them last season. The sides will meet in a two-day game at Chirnside Park starting on Saturday. Meanwhile, Hoppers Crossing refuses to be counted out of the finals race. The Cats are just three points outside the top six after a solid 60-run win away to Preston on Saturday. With only 185 runs to defend, the Cats made it look easy, rolling Preston for just 125. Abbas Faiyaz was the star with the ball for the Cats with 4-29 off 16.4, while Brett Smith took 3-28 off 13 and wicketkeeper Justin Goegan took five catches. Hoppers Crossing will host ladder-leader Melton in a huge game at Hogans Road Reserve starting on Saturday.

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Basketball’s rising star sets his sights on Europe The phone calls, the emails, the advice – it’s all coming thick and fast at rising basketball star Paul Tsapatolis. Tsapatolis is a highly sought-after junior basketballer who is attracting plenty of interest from professional clubs as far away as Europe. The 15-year-old centre has plenty of offers to weigh up and is sourcing an agent to help decide his future. “I’ve had agents contacting me, but I think I’ve found one that’s right for me,” Tsapatolis said. “I’m still going through and talking to agents but I might have one soon.” It is the dream scenario for Tsapatolis. The biggest basketball clubs from Spain, Italy and Greece have invited him to try out for their teams. The offers will come for one of Australia’s top emerging talents, hence the need for an agent to go through the contracts with a fine tooth comb. Tsapatolis wants to play professionally and has little interest in going down the route of playing college basketball in the United States. “As soon as I get paid with Euroleague, I can’t

Europe is calling Point Cook basketballer Paul Tsapatolis. (Damjan Janevski)

play any college,” Tsapatolis said. “I’ve always wanted to play professionally, make it a job, even though I love it. “College hasn’t interested me as much – I’ve been more into the big leagues.”

Tsapatolis recently suffered a serious foot injury, but it has not deterred the professional scouts. The high-flying Point Cook youngster suffered two fractures and torn ligaments in his foot when he stepped on a defender’s foot while dunking. But Tsapatolis is back in the Australian under-16 camp and should be fit and firing for next month’s FIBA Asia under-16 championships in China. “Even though I’ve just come back from a pretty bad injury, I feel like my basketball career is going really well,” he said. “I’ve done a few sessions with Melbourne United, had interest from EuroLeague teams, I’m going to the Australian Institute of Sport, I couldn’t be any happier.” A product of the Maribyrnong Sports Academy, Tsapatolis has set an ambitious goal of being part of the Australian Boomers set-up by 2020. “I know it’s a high expectation, but 2020 Boomers, I’m hoping to be able to go for that,” he said.

Tsapatolis could put pen to paper on a professional contract this year. The time and effort that EuroLeague clubs put into the development of their players is what appeals most to hard-working Tsapatolis. “They train six hours a day,” he said. “You can’t leave training until you make 10 straight threes in a row. “Even for the bigs, it’s heaps of dribbling work, heaps of shooting, heaps of guard work.” Having already travelled beyond the borders to play basketball with his Victorian and Australian representative teams, Tsapatolis is not worried about leaving home at a young age to pursue his dream. “I feel like I could live away from home,” he said. “At the end of the day, I’m going to be moving out of home one day anyway, even if it’s three years, so I’m more than happy to do it because it’s something I love doing and my family will always have my back.” Lance Jenkinson

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team, turned heads when he brought down top-seeded compatriot Remi Young. After easily accounting for Fiji’s Saneel Chhaganlal and taking out Australian seventh seed Joshua Penfold, Molinaro went into the clash against Young full of confidence. Having faced Young on the court previously, Molinaro knew his strengths and sought about ways to exploit his weaknesses. “I knew how he played and my coach, Terry White, sort of helped me out with it,” Molinaro said. “He knows how these guys play as well, so it was beneficial to my game.” Molinaro possesses a dangerous game of his own – and he works hard every day to keep bettering his strengths. So while the Westbourne Grammar School student is well coached and can read and react to opponents, he is also pro-active on court. “I like to play at the front of the court and use my drop shot and short game to bring them in,” he said. “You’ve got to be pretty quick, pretty fast … you’ve got to be that split second faster than them.” Molinaro’s quest for the Oceania title came to an end at the semi-final stage, losing to Malaysia’s Kerwin Teh in three games.

Molinaro admits that Teh outplayed him, but is eager for a re-match. “If I were to play him again, I’d try to control the pace, control the rallies and play my game,” he said. Molinaro, who was a runner-up at the Australian Junior Championships, is dreaming big. He is working hard in a bid for a scholarship at an ivy league school in the US and wants to turn professional. It will be another big year for Molinaro in 2018, with the goal being to win titles at the Victorian Open and the Australian Junior Championships. Of course, he will be cheering on the Australians at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, too. Molinaro is the February nominee for the Don Deeble Rising Star award. The award, hosted by the Sunshine Western Region Sports Club and Star Weekly Weekly, recognises young athletes from the western suburbs who have achieved outstanding results at state and or national levels. Molinaro will receive $1000 and other prizes, donated by the Yarraville Club Cricket Club to assist him in achieving his sports goals.

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Second-placed Hoppers has blown a chance to maintain a healthy gap from the chasing pack in the Bowls Victoria division 2. Hoppers picked up three rinks against Werribee (2) at Pannam Drive on Saturday, but went down 83-80 overall to their local rivals. Billy Russell (19-14), Steve Bartlett (26-19) and KD Vanderpoel (18-14) recorded wins for Hoppers, but the Denis Hewitt rink went down 13-32 to sink the overall tally. In division 1, Werribee had a vital 78-71 win over Melton to keep hold of fourth spot. The Bees face the ultimate test against ladder leader Moonee Valley in the third-last round on Saturday at Chirnside Park.

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Werribee City will open its 2018 National Premier League Victoria 2 west campaign in a western suburbs blockbuster against Altona Magic away at Paisley Park this Saturday at 5pm. In a blow for the Bees on the eve of the season, technical director John Waddell has departed after two years with the club due to personal reasons. In other news, Hoppers Crossing came away with a 2-0 win on the road over Morwell Pegasus in a pre-season friendly on Saturday. West Point will be involved in FFA Cup qualifying this Saturday when it faces Maidstone United at Grange Reserve in Hoppers Crossing at 4pm. FOR MORE SPORT, VISIT Web: starweekly.com.au Maribyrnong & Hobsons Bay Star Weekly @starweeklysport @star_weekly


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Includes standard single vision lenses Wyndham Village Shopping Centre: (Near Coles), 8742 7811.

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SHOP 46 A, WYNDHAM VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE, 380 SAYERS ROAD, TARNEIT, TARNEIT VIC 3029 NEXT TO ANZ BANK

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