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Tuesday 27 July 2010

VOL 3. No 30

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FLAGS FOR PORT? Community gains support over introduction of lifeguards for Portarlington

BY ALISON MARTIN ‘SWIM between the flags’ is widely promoted as the safest option when using Victoria’s beaches, but the fact is it’s not an option on the northern Bellarine. A number of Port Phillip beaches – around Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula – with equal numbers of users to Portarlington, have Life Saving Victoria lifeguards patrolling over peak summer periods. However, despite the increasing number of visitors converging on northern Bellarine beaches, including Portarlington, Indented Head and St Leonards, there are no lifeguards and no flags. The need for summer patrols – particularly at the busy Portarlington beach – which attracts a mix of swimmers, boat users and commercial and recreational fishermen, has been raised by community members. While no action has been initiated, the introduction of lifeguards at Portarlington has the support of all local authorities “if warranted” and has been welcomed by Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club secretary, Matthew Ponsford, “We would support any extra life saving services on the Bellarine as the population increases,” he said. “We have life guards at Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale seven days a week from Boxing Day to the Australia Day weekend, with about 200 active (volunteer) lifesavers. But we don’t have the capacity to put lifesavers at other beaches. “Portarlington has a lot of boating activity and swimmers and just because it’s a bay beach doesn’t mean it doesn’t warrant a life saving service “Life Saving Victoria only started patrols at Raffs Beach a few years ago, because there were too many people at Ocean Grove Beach and they started using Raffs so there was a need. “As time goes on and more people come to the Bellarine you have to re-evaluate these things and it’s probably time to look at Portarlington.” City of Greater Geelong, Bellarine Bayside and Life Saving Victoria representatives all indicated they would support a lifeguard service “if warranted”, however, the need had not been identified by authorities at this stage. Bellarine Bayside chief executive, Tim Page-Walker, said while he was not aware of any regularity with water-based incidents over the past eight years, he was sure everyone would agree that water-based activities did present risks. He said he could not determine if summer beach users had increased in recent years but the Bellarine Bayside Holiday Park at Portarlington accommodated between 5,000 and 6,000 people per night between Boxing Day and Australia Day. City of Greater Geelong manager sport and recreation, Paul Jane, said Life Saving Victoria determined the beaches in the region that required lifeguards. “At this stage Life Saving Victoria has not identified Portarlington as a beach that needs to be patrolled by lifeguards, but we will we continue to work with them,” he said. Life Saving Victoria general manager, Paula Butler, agreed LSV would work with CoGG to determine the needs of northern Bellarine beaches. Send your views on lifeguard services at Portarlington and other northern Bellarine beaches to Letters to the Editor at editor@ bellarinetimes.com.au

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Geelong forward James Podsiadly and former star Billy Brownless have thrown their support behind the Bike Safe ‘share the road’ initiative. The Geelong and Bellarine local community campaign aims to promote better behaviour by cyclists and motorists, encouraging everyone to obey the road rules and to show courtesy and respect.

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MAYOR’S COLUMN

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Meetings with politicians

AS WE move closer to the upcoming federal and state elections, council has been advocating over a number of issues of importance to the Borough. In meeting with Member for Bellarine, Lisa Neville, Council outlined four key projects and one key issue with the Minister.

Editor Nathan Hale editor@bellarinetimes.com.au Journalist Alison Martin alison@bellarinetimes.com.au Journalist Eleanor Woods eleanor@surfcoasttimes.com.au

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Council and the local community are keen to see the Crown land, which includes the Senior Citizens Club and the Sea Scouts, transferred to DSE and council-appointed committee of management. Council are committed to maintaining the existing functions and uses of the land that are fundamental to meeting the requirements of the various community groups, local residents and visitors to Queenscliff. Council is seeking State Government support for this transfer.

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Establishment of a constructed path

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Council has been working with officers from Parks Victoria and Regional Development Victoria to develop a concept plan for upgrading this foreshore area. Council is seeking a State Government funding commitment for this project.

Redevelopment of ‘High School Site’

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Council has appointed an architect and developed a draft concept plan along with the project costing. Stage one is relocating the ‘former MAFRI building’ to the site with a stage two development that incorporates additional meeting and activity spaces and a comprehensive kitchen area. Council is seeking a funding commitment for this project.

Development plan for Shortlands Bluff and the Toc H site

Council is seeking State Government support for the development of these sites. Both sites present a fantastic opportunity for development that is sensitive to the environment, cultural heritage and the aspirations of the local community.

Maintaining the Borough

Council and the community have a very proud place as the only municipality that has retained its original geographic governance and local government area since its inception. Council sought and received confirmation that the Labor Party will continue to support the independent status of the Borough of Queenscliffe and a continuation of its independent role. Council has also met with Liberal Federal candidate for Corangamite, Sarah Henderson and received confirmation that the funding for the redevelopment of the Monahan Centre is a Liberal Party priority project. Council has also met with Federal Member for Corangamite Darren Cheeseman, and is awaiting his support and commitment to completing this project.

Rates comparison

Council is concerned that a recent comparison of rates in the Herald Sun indicated a rate increase higher than the rate adopted by council as part of its budget process. The article indicated an average rate rise of 6.3 per cent, per assessment, as against an approved rate rise of 5.5 per cent. The proportion of council’s total rates income you pay is calculated on the Capital Improved Value of all properties in the borough, so if your property CIV varies relative to other properties it doesn’t mean council get more money it just alters the proportion you pay.

Council also does not have a municipal charge or separate waste management charge which is an additional charge in some municipalities.

VIC wins regional business award

The Borough of Queenscliffe Visitor Information Centre won the Regional Business Award sponsored by the Bendigo Bank at the 25th Annual Business Excellence Awards. The VIC plays a key role of informing visitors of these attractions and events in the Borough, as well as providing tourism member businesses with various referral service as well as providing a ticketing service for community events. They do a fantastic job! The 25 volunteers that generously give their time are the ambassadors of the borough, its tourism related businesses and the council. The VIC’s primary role is to provide a first class information service to visitors, support local tourism enterprises and to maximise the contribution of tourism to the local economy. Council is always impressed by our volunteers’ energy and willingness to go that extra step and willingness to give back to the people that visit our wonderful borough. Cr Bob Merriman Mayor, Borough of Queenscliffe

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Panel hearing postponed BY ALISON MARTIN

CITY of Greater Geelong’s decision to delay a panel hearing on objections to a special charge scheme has provided some relief for the Clifton Springs and Drysdale community. Drysdale and Clifton Springs Community Association secretary, Patrick Hughes, said affected landholders and submitters were entitled to adequate notification of the hearing date – particularly on such a contentious issue. He said council had initially only given the “active opponents” of the scheme a few days notice,

by announcing the panel hearing would be held on July 20. However, Hughes said after contacting council offices and councillor, Jan Farrell, the hearing had been postponed until August 16 to enable objectors to attend. “We applaud councillor Farrell’s decision to postpone the panel until August 16 and we have thanked her for her sensitivity on this issue,” Hughes said. “People have work and family commitments and can’t just set them aside at three working days notice.

“Councillor Farrell’s decision gives local landowners a reasonable time in which to prepare their arguments. “The outcome will be a more thorough and rigorous examination of the issues than would have been possible in the council’s original timetable.” The special charge has been proposed as a levy on landholders in the Central Road area to offset the cost of a new drain required for the construction of a retirement village. Owners of the 39 blocks to be served by the drain face charges depending on their block size, with a majority expecting levies between $3,000 and

$256,888 if the scheme goes ahead. The DCSCA has opposed the scheme, offering six key reasons why the scheme should be abandoned, and is providing support for landowners. Hughes said the special charge contradicted CoGG’s structure plan for Drysdale and Clifton Springs and there was no evidence the infrastructure would accommodate the proposed developments in Central Road. He said among other concerns the DCSCA has raised in its formal submission is the threat to the financial security and wellbeing of local landowners if the scheme is introduced.

$3.39m sporting promise THE LIBERAL Party has promised almost $3.5million to Bellarine sporting infrastructure if it wins the vote at next month’s Federal election. Liberal candidate for Corangamite, Sarah Henderson, has pledged $2m for Ocean Grove’s Shell Road Sporting Precinct and $1.39m for the upgrade of Queenscliff’s Monahan Centre. She said the substantial funding commitment would deliver major investment in local infrastructure to meet the needs of growing communities. “The Monahan Centre will be an incredible asset for the Queenscliff community,” she said. “The community has certainly been fighting for funding for a long time

and had an application in with Federal Government, which failed; so to secure this is great.” Henderson said she had met with Borough of Queenscliffe mayor, Bob Merriman, and chief executive, Lenny Jenner, and they were disappointed with the Federal Government decision. “The Queenscliff community hasn’t had the Federal Government investment that it needs,” she said. “It will be an absolute dream for everyone in town and what’s so exciting is that this funding will see the project completed. “We are listening to the needs of the community – so it would be great to be able to provide this.”

The proposed Monahan Centre project will involve a major upgrade and incorporate a community gymnasium and a range of fitness and health programs. There will be new community meeting rooms, a refit of the main pavilion and improved player and umpire facilities. Henderson said the Coalition would also commit $2m to the Shell Road Sporting Precinct in Ocean Grove. “The total project is costed at $8m, with the City of Greater Geelong fully committed to the project. The first stage involves the construction of the football soccer, cricket and netball clubs pavilion,” Henderson said. “These projects will provide a real boost to communities across Corangamite.”

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THIS EDITION

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Ocean Grove in Focus

12 Finance 16 Letters 18 Healthy Living 20 Celebrating Seniors 23 Coastal Properties & Surrounds 57 New Home Build 63 A&E - Arts & Entertainment 70 What’s Happening 72  77 Mind Matters 78 Totals Sports & Surf Report 79 Golf 81 Fishing ‘My Big Catch’ 82 Sports Results

A happy redundancy MANY people are devastated when they lose their job, but Portarlington’s Brian Sutterby is extremely pleased he won’t have to be shovelling seagrass in the future. The Bellarine Bayside redevelopment of the Point Richards boat ramp, construction of a new groyne and reshaping of the shoreline will not only improve boat access and reduce sand movement, it will also assist in the collection of seagrass. Sutterby said he had been regularly shovelling seagrass off the old ramp for more than three years and was pleased the new groyne would form a pocket to collect the naturallyoccurring grass. “I started doing it (voluntarily) when I came down here one Sunday morning and the ramp was chockers with seagrass,� he said. “There was a man and his kids who were wanting to go fishing but he couldn’t launch his boat. “So I started raking it in and then they (Bellarine Bayside) would bring down a truck every week to clean it up. “I didn’t mind doing it; it is hard to stop when you retire and it was good therapy. “I just wanted to be able to keep the ramp open and some people would even give me fish.�

News in brief Ready for revitalisation

THE BOROUGH of Queenscliffe has adopted the final report and concept plans for the revitalisation of Queenscliff’s Hesse Street. Council has also allocated $100,000, including the projected $65,000 State Government funding, in the draft 2010/2011 budget for priority works indentified in the Hesse Street Revitalisation Project. See next week’s Bellarine Times for details of the major improvement project.

Garden opening

RESIDENTS and staff at Portarlington’s Ann Nichol House will celebrate the opening of its community garden today at 2pm. The garden has been created through a substantial grant to Bellarine Community Health, which operates the aged care facility in Portarlington, and through the support of the Portarlington and District Garden Club.

Dress at the Shed

LOCAL non-profit contemporary dance ensemble, Collision Dance, will premiere its new work The Dress at The Potato Shed next week. The Dress fuses contemporary dance with original text, music, costume and set design to explore one dress and how it touches the lives of its many owners and the life-defining events that happen when it is worn. The Dress will be presented on August 5, 6 and 7. For more information, phone 5251 1998.

Society birthday

Portarlington’s Brian Sutterby will be glad to see the new ramp at Point Richards free of seagrass.

BARWON Heads Film Society will celebrate its 10th birthday this week. The decade-old society, which has brought the world of cinema to town, will screen Australian film Bran Nue Dae, at the Barwon Heads Community Hall this Thursday. For more information, phone 5254 2948.

You are invited to the inaugural

A regional initiative along the coast of Corangamite to take action on climate change and clean energy. Can a regional sustainability group be created? Speakers include Simon Pockley Otway Ranges Climate Action Caroline Hawkins Surf Coast Energy Group Greg Hunt Federal Shadow Environment and Climate Action Minister Where When Time RSVP

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Energy forum on Friday A DIVERSE range of speakers will feature at the inaugural Clean Energy Coast Forum at Anglesea this Friday. The forum’s steering committee chair, Simon Pockley, said the event – to be held at Anglesea Memorial Hall from 3.30pm-5.30pm – is a chance for local groups and individuals to form a united front on tackling climate change. “The reason for having this forum is that whole of region planning is being developed for the southwest coast of Victoria,” he said. “The objectives of community groups wanting to take action on climate change do not readily align with government policy, planning overlays, or funding. “Any significant shift towards energy saving and generation from renewable sources will necessarily involve the community. “It is important that we try to speak to the various

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levels of Government with one voice.” Speakers at the forum will include environmental consultant, Chris Mason, Monica Winston (Geelong Sustainability Group), Andrew Lucas (Transition Towns), as well as Mike Lawrence (Beyond Zero Emissions), and the Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Environment and Heritage, Greg Hunt. “The launch of the Zero Carbon Australia Plan has given us a credible and 'do-able' case for renewable stationary power by 2020, the community now wants regional action,” said steering committee member and Transition Town speaker, Andrew Lucas. The forum programme has been developed by a steering committee from community groups with a focus on facilitating community action. The meeting is free and is open to anyone wishing to attend.

Victorian Resources and Energy Minister Peter Bachelor (left) and Federal Resources and Energy Minister Martin Ferguson attended a roundtable discussion hosted by Federal Member for Corangamite, Darren Cheeseman, last week. The Bellarine’s standing as a renewable energy hotspot was underlined with the release of a new report at the meeting, which said the state’s future energy needs could be entirely met from renewable energy sources. Photo: LAURA DUKE

BARWON Regional Waste Management Group has won the inaugural Enviro 2010 Innovation in Sustainability Award for its development of a sustainable Expanded Polystyrene Recycling Programme. The innovation award was presented at the Enviro 2010 conference last Thursday, July 22. City of Greater Geelong Environment and Sustainability portfolio holder, councillor and BRWMG director, John Doull, congratulated Barwon Regional Waste Management Group on winning the Sulo Innovation in Sustainability Award. “This is a tremendous achievement and shows that Geelong really is at the forefront when it comes to cutting-edge sustainable innovations,” Doull said. “The system developed for collecting and processing expanded polystyrene so that it can be reused locally has made a huge difference by diverting this non-biodegradable waste from landfill. “Barwon Regional Waste Management Group was up against 22 national finalists including international companies like Siemens, Veolia, and Intec with very worthy projects so to win this national award is a major coup.” Group chair, John Burgess, said EPS had long been considered “a nasty packaging option” by the waste management industry, because it was extremely light weight and quite difficult to recycle. “The project offers an EPS recycling service to Geelong businesses at a cost effective rate, recovering the material and returning it as a product for light weight concrete manufacturing,” he said. “It utilises a trader stewardship approach to recycling, assisting and encouraging local businesses to act in a socially and environmentally responsible way. “Local businesses can recycle their EPS in a more cost economical way than disposing of it at landfill. This will assist in diverting large volumes of material from the region’s landfill sites.”

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Local girls represent Victoria BY ALISON MARTIN OCEAN Grove sisters, Corrin and Heidi Demeo, will be flying the flag for Victoria at the National Primary School Cross Country Championships in Brisbane next month. The girls, who attend Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School, were two of 130 students from across Victoria who competed at state level for national championship selection. Corrin gained first place in the under 12 age group at the state championships at Bundoora Park earlier this month, while Heidi was successful in the under 10 age group. Classmate and Ocean Grove cross country club member, Caitlin Pickett, also performed well in the under 11 age group, finishing sixth

and narrowly missing a place at national level. Under 10 cross country entrants ran a two-kilometre course, while the under 11 and 12 course was over three kilometres. Corrin and Heidi, who are the daughters of Terry and Belinda Demeo, are members of Ocean GroveBarwon Heads Little Athletics and the local cross country club. The girls will represent Victoria at the national cross country championships on Saturday, August 21. Star of the Sea principal, Rhonda Boyd, and school sports co-ordinator, Garry O’Callaghan, are proud of the students who have represented the school and have “wished them every success in the national championships”.

Netball star is Canberra bound OCEAN Grove netball star, Maddy Traynor, has been selected in the Victorian Primary School team to play in Canberra in October Maddy has been selected after many trial games for the state’s under 12 team, despite breaking her arm and rolling her ankle at the last state trial.

She will train over the next few months at the state hockey/netball centre in Parkville and will compete in Canberra between October 9 and 15. Maddy plays goal defence and goal keeper and is a member of the Under 13s (1) Ocean Grove netball team.

Our Lady Star of the Sea CPS state sporting achievers: Caitlin Pickett, Heidi Demeo, Corrin Demeo and Maddy Traynor.

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Music to make a difference BY ALISON MARTIN BELLARINE musicians will mix a great night out in Ocean Grove with an important fundraiser to help people struggling with multiple sclerosis. Well-known local singersongwriter, Bree-Arne Chamley, who is now Point Lonsdale-based and a regular at open mics, is organising another event after the success of her first fundraiser 12 months ago. The event will be held at Bardeli on Friday, August 13. She said more than 50 musicians arrived to support the charity open mic event at Bardeli last year but unfortunately time did not allow everyone to perform. “So, we are starting at 4pm – for the school kids – and I have promised everyone they will be able to play this year,” she said. “We raised almost $3,000 last year, which was great, and we will be having an auction to help raise money for people with MS this year. “We already have a $3,000 rainwater tank donated for the auction and we will probably have a sausage sizzle.” There will also be drinks and food from the menu at Bardeli available and owner, Kerri, has offered to donate a percentage of the profits from the

night, as well as providing the café as the fundraiser venue. Chamley, who is forced to divide her time between her talent and passion for music and managing the frustrating effects of MS, is “a lot better and happier” than she has been for a while. She organised last year’s open mic to raise money, but also to create awareness and understanding of the disease, particularly of the number of young sufferers. Chamley also provided a positive inspiration for the community of what could be achieved, despite the debilitating symptoms. “Winter has actually been great for me; I’m better in the cold weather and I went for my first bike ride in years last week and my legs actually worked,” she said. “I’m a lot more independent, I can dress myself and I’ve only been sick twice which is really good for me.” Help the MS Foundation support people with MS by circling August 13 on the calendar and joining the many talented local performers at Bardeli in Ocean Grove. Contact Bardeli for further details or if any businesses are willing to make a donation for the auction, email Bree-Arne Chamley at brees_ Bree-Arne Chamley has organised the open mic night to raise funds and awareness for people living with MS. acoustics@hotmail.com

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Toilets start taking shape

Bill McDonald is a carpenter with local builder, Burchell Constructions, and is pleased with the progress of the new Ocean Grove beachfront public toilet project.

BARWON Coast’s million-dollar toilet amenities are taking shape and are on schedule to be completed in time for the summer rush. The Ocean Grove surf beach public toilet and shower building will be a huge improvement on the old amenities and have been designed with consideration to the surrounding environment and sustainability. The large underground tank – which is now in place – will collect rainwater to flush the toilets and flow reduction showerheads will be installed. The design will maximise natural light and the building will be less visually obtrusive, blending with the area as much as possible. The project has been funded by Barwon Coast, which spends profits from caravan park operations on management of the local foreshores.

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Scholarship by the sea QUEENSCLIFF and Point Lonsdale students are being offered a unique opportunity to gain a scholarship through their ideas of bringing environment and community together. To honour a life dedicated to family, education and a love of living by the sea, the Friends of the Marine Discover Centre and the Tingay family have announced the Elaine Tingay Memorial ‘Living by the Sea’ scholarship. Elaine passed away in December 2008 and her family believes it is a fitting tribute to her life to create a scholarship fund open to Point Lonsdale/Queenscliff Year 6 primary school students. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist a student to help develop their knowledge of the local marine environment. Year 6 primary school students from the Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale area have been invited to apply for the scholarship. They will be able to submit a written paper,

story, painting, photograph or drawing, using their chosen type of technology, to describe what they love about their local area and what they would like the Point LonsdaleQueenscliff area to be like when they are older. The scholarship applications will be judged by Friends of the Marine Discovery Centre on the basis of the student’s vision for how people and the local marine environment can live together. One submission will be selected by October and will be awarded a cash scholarship of $300 and an annual membership to the Marine Discovery Centre. Submissions to the scholarship can be made to the Marine Discovery Centre, 2A Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff, by Friday, August 27. For donations to the Elaine Tingay Memorial ‘Living by the Sea’ scholarship, contact Friends of the Marine Discovery Centre at membership@friendsofmdc.org

News in brief BFA relocates BELLARINE Futures Alliance office has relocated ‘upstairs’ from its previous site at Gallop House in Drysdale. The BFA is also in the process of upgrading its website and members are welcome to advertise on the site, at no charge. BFA convenor

Tom O’Connor, said the alliance had about 70 group or individual members and new members who were passionate about “building a better Bellarine” were welcome to join. BFA annual memberships are also up for renewal and more information is available by visiting www. cleangreenbellarine.com

Saint Ignatius students were ‘caged’ to create awareness of the plight of HIV sufferers.

‘Caged’ students make their mark SAINT Ignatius College senior student leaders joined other regional catholic students to show their support for HIV sufferers this month. Seven senior students and teachers voluntarily spent 24 hours in a wire cage next to the basketball courts. Saint Ignatius development manager, Claire Hewitt, said the idea of the wire cage was to symbolise the physical and emotional isolation felt by those in third world countries, particularly African children, suffering from HIV/Aids. “Those inside the cage were all allowed water, but none of them had any food other than a few barley sugar sweets from time to time to keep them going during their confinement,” she said. “The aim of this isolation for these students and

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Enjoy some festive fare SUMMER is perfect for holidays but winter is a much better climate for enjoying traditional Christmas fare! Kilgour Estate Winery is celebrating the cold nights on the Bellarine with its annual Christmas in July feasts overlooking the bay and lights of Melbourne. The ‘Winter Christmas’ seven-course degustation menu is being served over two weekends; enjoyed by a large crowd last Saturday and again set to treat more festive diners this Saturday night. The degustation feast starts with an oyster shot or champagne cocktail, moves through four courses before reaching the traditional roasted turkey, glazed ham, roasted root vegetables and condiments, followed by plum pudding and “handmade chocolate delights�. Winter Christmas has been the first event at Kilgour Estate, in McAdams Lane, since the winery and restaurant was sold to Leura Park Estate owners, David and Lyndsay Sharp, this month.

[MURMUR] BELLARINE Got a story to share? Get involved in an exciting project on The Bellarine. Murmur – Bellarine is being developed as part of a major arts project called Connecting Identities, celebrating links between people and places across Geelong. Murmur needs your stories to make it work! Using mobile phone technology, Murmur will be installed at various significant locations around the Bellarine Peninsula. Recordings of stories will be accessed via SMS and online. This simple yet totally modern story-telling platform is another way of interpreting this beautiful region.

Kilgour Estate Winery owners, David and Lyndsay Sharp, and head chef, David Holl (centre) are celebrating Christmas in July.

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represents the Holy Spirit in Christianity. The building of the church on Peninsula Drive, adjacent to Saint Ignatius’ College and St Thomas’ Primary School, has enabled the students who attend the two schools to access the spiritual and educational opportunities through the versatility of the building design. The church can be adapted for secular needs such as for assemblies and as a venue for exams. The official opening and blessing will be held at the church tomorrow

Murmur has already been succesfully installed in The Botanic Gardens, Eastern Beach and Waterfront Geelong, joining other “Murmur� cities around the world such as Dublin, Vancouver and Toronto. Come along to an information session between 7.30pm and 9.00pm on Thursday 29 July at Parks Hall, Newcombe St, Portarlington. For further information please contact Ross Mueller at The Arts & Culture department on 5272 4703. Murmur Geelong can accessed online at www.murmurgeelong.com

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DRYSDALE’s Catholic Church will be officially opened and blessed tomorrow night by the Archbishop of Melbourne, Denis Hart. The building of the church has been the vision of Head of Saint Ignatius College’s Canonical Administrators, Father Des Panton, who is also Drysdale’s Catholic parish priest. The architecturally-dynamic building faces east and is in the shape of a dove. The dove is the symbol of peace and hope and

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Find your perfect career INTERESTED in a career as a professional chef or a fashion designer – perhaps marine biology is more your calling. Whatever career has captured your imagination, chances are this year’s Herald Sun Melbourne Career Expo will reveal the next step in finding a profession that truly inspires you. More than 150 exhibitors from all over Australia and New Zealand will be under the one roof to inform Victorians of all ages about finding a new career. “This year the careers on offer are quite diverse,� said Nicole Capper, expo event manager. “For example, the Melbourne Aquarium will be promoting its aquarist for a week programme, which provides students

interested in a career in aquatic science the opportunity of diving in the oceanarium with sharks and stingrays. “If that seems a little too wet and wild for your liking you could consider one of the rewarding careers being promoted by the Department of Justice, like that of a community correctional officer.� A broad range of seminars covering topics such as ‘VCE examination strategies that really work’ to ‘A career in disability – aspire to inspire’ will be running in one of the three seminar rooms operating throughout the event. “One of the interesting topics being discussed within our seminar rooms this year is finding a new career at 50 years and over,� Capper said.

Whether you are 15 or 50, you are sure to find a seminar to answer questions about a career of interest. “Our live and interactive stage is designed to both entertain and inform,â€? Capper said. “We have it all‌ from science shows to cooking demos with a well known Melbourne Chef. “Whether you are thinking about your first career, considering a new career or simply want to find out about volunteer work, we will have the information to help you at our career event.â€? Other free event services include career counselling and workshops targeted towards specific career goals all provided by the Career Development Association of Australia.

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Feed that wave of hunger BY LAURA DUKE

Joe Miceli and Luca Corelli are two of the faces behind the delicious pizza and pasta at Torquay Waves.

FOR QUALITY pizza and pasta look no further than Torquay Waves in Bell Street Torquay. With 30 pizzas, 27 pastas and a variety of meat dishes, the Italianstyle restaurant is the place to find a warm meal on a chilly night this winter. Owner Joe Croce has been making pizzas since he was 17, and opened the business nine years ago.

“We used to only have six or seven pastas, and we’ve also added a few more pizzas along the way,� he said of the ever-expanding business. And he doesn’t plan to stop there, revealing plans to enlarge the restaurant in the future to allow more space for dining in, as well as extend the areas for home delivery and possibly even add new items to the menu. “We strive for quality and aim to keep the customer happy – and

maintaining quality and consistency is a key,� Croce said. Home delivery is available in Torquay and Jan Juc and “a welcoming light would be appreciated�. Torquay Waves is also now fully licensed, so they can deliver beer and wine with your meal, or you can BYO bottled wine to the restaurant. Torquay Waves is open seven days a week from 4pm and is located at 3/24 Bell Street, Torquay, phone 5261 3100.

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STANDARD economic commentary would have you believe that the Australian banking system is healthy and strong and that all is well with the Australian economy. It is not that long ago that there was a good oldfashioned bank run that required the Australian government to step in and guarantee deposits up to $1million; a guarantee that is still in place. Throughout this period, Australian banks have remained relatively tight-lipped about any potential vulnerability. As such, the recent remarks made by a senior banking executive, highlighting the financial industry’s fragilities, were rather refreshing. Joseph Healy is head of business banking at the National Australia Bank and recently indicated that the way banks lend money in Australia

and our love affair with property is bleeding investment away from other more productive sectors of the economy. As a result of the Basel II Accord there is a bias that has led to increased household lending. Banks can on average do three to four times more lending per dollar of capital to households. As Mr Healy points out: “You have the perverse situation where it is actually more profitable and attractive to banks to lend to a weekend holiday home because of capital rules than it is to support a small business.� This aggravates the strongly increasing levels of household debt, which has grown from $280billion in 2000 to $1.1trillion today. The longer term consequences are obvious with small business employing seven out of 10 workers.

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Sarah Henderson scores $4.79 million for local sport and community groups Sarah Henderson’s hard work on behalf of our community has secured a Coalition commitment of almost $5 million for sporting and community groups in Geelong, the Surfcoast and the Bellarine Peninsula.

South Barwon Football & Netball Club upgrade The Coalition will commit $350,000 to the South Barwon Football and Netball Club. The Club is planning an additional social club area, a kitchen upgrade, additional indoor toilets and extra lighting.

Shell Road Sporting Precinct The Coalition will commit $2 million to the Shell Road Sporting Precinct in Ocean Grove. The development will deliver a premier sports precinct and will be home to the Ocean Grove Football & Netball Club, Ocean Grove Cricket Club, Surfside Waves Soccer Club and Surfside Tennis Club.

Torquay Football & Netball Club Pavilion Upgrade The Coalition will commit $350,000 to the upgrade of the Torquay Football & Netball Club, the home of the Torquay Tigers. The development, which is expected to cost around $1 million, will include the refurbishment and expansion of clubrooms and toilet facilities. This upgrade will go a long way to meeting the growing needs of the Torquay community.

Monahan Centre upgrade Queenscliff The Coalition will invest $1.39 million to the Monahan Centre upgrade in Queenscliff. The project will involve a major upgrade of the Queenscliff Recreation Reserve and Centre The new facility will incorporate a community gymnasium, as well as new community meeting rooms and improved player and umpire facilities.

Grovedale Football & Netball Club upgrade The Coalition will commit $350,000 to the Grovedale and Football Netball Club. This funding commitment will contribute to the cost of extending the function room to double the size of the current facility at a total cost of $850,000. The new development will see an extended verandah and spectator seating area, new toilets and storage areas.

Barwon Soccer Club Upgrade The Coalition will commit $350,000 to the Barwon Soccer Club. This funding commitment will contribute to the cost of construction of suitable clubrooms, fencing, a small sided game pitch, upgrade of lighting and asphalting of the car park.

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

Concerned parents still waiting for answers

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Dear Editor, Concerned Parents About Torquay Surfcoast Schooling (CPATSS) has just received a letter from Minister for Education, Bronwyn Pike, in relation to the issues we raised with her following the public forum on June 21. Attached to this letter is a Torquay College Year 10-12 update (June 2010) flyer that outlines the principles and approaches to secondary school and a timeline for implementation (letter and flyer are available on our website at www.cpatss.com CPATSS is disappointed that the letter from the Minister of Education again fails to answer the questions raised at the forum, and also fails to address our request for a meeting with the minister. The flyer attached to the letter has provided some information to the reader, but again fails to answer concerns raised by CPATSS. The flyer makes a statement of including a wide range of information and consultation process to develop the college to meet the needs and expectations of our community. This open-ended statement does not provide a mechanism of how the consultative process will be conducted, and represent the broader community needs for Surf Coast secondary schooling. This is by far the most information that has been provided to the community on this matter and we commend government for this. A core focus for CPATSS has been to ensure information is available and transparent to the school community in order for parents to make informed decisions about the critically important issues regarding their children’s education – we have worked very hard to see this happen. The information provided has little indication of future secondary school planning in our rapidly growing community. From our data analysis it would seem that even when Torquay College 7-12 is fully operational at least 1,000 children per day will still be transported to Geelong and beyond to access secondary education. The plan may all seem fine on paper but of course the test will be in its implementation. CPATSS will continue to monitor information as it becomes available and provide it to the wider community via our website. CPATSS also welcomes the opportunity to participate in planning and development committees to assist in attaining the same top-class

secondary experience already realised in the current environment at Torquay College. Glenda Arenson On behalf of CPATSS

The time has come for a Liberal government Dear Editor, Over the past three years of this Labor government control, boat people have really come our way in force. It is fair enough that we, in turn, try and help them and their families to lead better lives in Australia. But when they take over the jobs of us Aussies – who then may have to be forced onto benefits – I object strongly. I do find it strange that their boat motors seems to stop working when they get here. It’s good thinking on their behalf, as they cannot be sent back to their own countries. Diesel motors are, in fact, very reliable – but they do not like water in their fuel and cannot be fixed at sea. It is past time that the Labor government took a good, hard look at itself in this, and other very important issues, in which they need to change for the better. I think it will be Liberals for me, thank you. Cliff Winkler Torquay

No need to move Ocean Grove toilet block Dear Editor, I am writing in regards to the recent article ‘Safety Concerns’ re the toilet block in the retail centre car park in Ocean Grove. One of the main concerns regarding the current position of the toilet amenities block was the safety of elderly and children. If this is the case, then all the adjoining car parks should also be removed and allocated to a different position. There is absolutely no difference between walking from the toilets or walking from your parked car.

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The toilets are in a very convenient place for all shoppers and moving them will simply mean an inconvenience for many who wish to use these amenities. It was also stated that the moving of the toilet block will mean there are more car parks available. This is correct as we would gain approximately six to eight car parks, except what about the loss of car parks where the new amenities block will be? There is talk about it being behind Coles, but wherever it is will mean a loss of car parking spaces. At a minimum we would lose another six to eight spaces so there is no advantage to moving the amenities block at all. Perhaps it would be an idea if Ocean Grove residents had a say in this matter regarding their community, rather than the Ocean Grove Community Association president saying what should or shouldn’t happen. Residents didn’t vote for him so he is not speaking for us. Denise Gunn Ocean Grove

Time to be upfront and honest Dear Editor, The response by Woolworths Corporate and Public Affairs to my letter of July 6 in the Surf Coast Times indicates to me that I may have hit a rather raw nerve. It strikes me as trying to defend the indefensible. It neglects to acknowledge that the sole purpose of Woolworth’s existence is to provide a return to shareholders. Don’t get me wrong, I have no issue with this, however, this brings with it a requirement to be honest. There are really only two ways for Woolworths to make a profit. Either encourage more folks to use their supermarkets or reduce costs. No amount of corporate spin would convince a rational person that requiring customers to scan their own purchases is a path in the direction of providing a greater level of service that would in turn encourage more customers. This leaves the only conclusion to be drawn, no matter how much spin they put on it, customer scanning technology is a cost-cutting measure. To say that 40 per cent of Torquay customers have embraced the new technology puts a smile on my face as I envisage affection-starved Torquay residents passionately relating to the new machines. Forty per cent of customers may indeed use these machines but begrudgingly so because of the longer queues at the fewer lanes staffed in the traditional manner. My original comments still stand; the introduction of these machines is driven by one thing and one thing alone and that is the reduction of costs and with it the reduction of job opportunities within the Torquay community. At least be up front and honest. Peter Brighton Torquay

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WITH the footy season in full swing, no matter which code you subscribe to, or other winter sports you choose, injuries may be taking their toll. Hamstring injuries are most common at this time of the year, especially in the faster running sports. Back pain can also be a problem and often occurs along with hamstring issues. A recent research study has found that Australian footballers have significantly more severe low back pain than non-athletes. Symptoms worsen as the level of competition increases. Low back pain is commonly reported in elite soccer players, while shoulder injury and low back pain occurrences are also high in rugby league players. To minimise the risk of injury it is important to adequately prepare for the game. This includes regular maintenance, good nutrition, appropriate warm up and warm down protocols, including stretching before and after a game, being prepared with a proper training regime, easing back into exercise after a break and hydration on the field. Chiropractors recommend that anyone returning to sport after

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a break consider a visit to their local chiropractor to tune up their body and make sure it is ready to go for the season. Seeking assistance for problems during the season may also help to reduce the severity and recurrence of symptoms. Chiropractors are five-year university trained, government regulated and registered healthcare professionals who specialise in the diagnosis and management of spinal health related problems. Increasingly, professional sporting teams are adding a sports chiropractor to their health care staff to help players maintain their structural health both before and after the game. No matter what sport you play, you will be placing your body under structural stress. There are benefits to be had in ensuring your body has a regular tune up and is ready to perform at its peak – in the same way that you would regularly book your car in for a service. Compiled by Dr Tanya Ball, Chiropractor, Surfcoast Chiropractic Clinic, from CAA materials.

Dieters wanted for website trial PEOPLE who are serious about losing weight are being asked to help CSIRO develop a web-based diet management programme. The CSIRO Preventative Health Flagship is calling for volunteers to try out a pilot ‘online social network’ in which they get access to free diet and health information, recipes and chat sessions. CSIRO is asking participants to sign up for 12 weeks, starting in early August. CSIRO ICT research scientist, Dr Shlomo Berkovsky, said the trial aims to understand how online tools, such as discussion groups and chat sessions, can play a role in providing social support to dieters. “People who diet with their families and friends tend to lose more weight,� Dr Berkovsky said. “We want to see if we can create an online support system by putting you in touch with other people who are going on the

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THE LEUKAEMIA Foundation is calling on Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula residents to support one of its major fundraisers of the year – Light the Night. The evening – to be held at Eastern Beach Reserve in Geelong on Saturday, September 1 – is an inspiring event to remember, celebrate and give hope to people living with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders, and their families. The foundation aims to raise $1.8million through Light the Night to fund blood cancer research and free services to support the estimated 40,000 Australians currently living blood cancers or related blood disorders. Families, friends and colleagues will gather at twilight to give witness to hope for a better future by carrying coloured balloons with a tiny light inside. The balloons are coloured according to the following: • Gold to REMEMBER a loved one • White to CELEBRATE being a blood cancer survivor • Blue to GIVE HOPE and show support. Now in its second year, Light the Night will be an inspiring

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night as local ambassadors relate their experiences and lead gentle evening walks. In the weeks leading up the events, registrants raise funds for blood cancer research and free support services to support patients and their families “I helped to Light the Night at an inaugural event last year. It was stunning to see thousands of illuminated gold, white and blue balloons against the night sky,� said Stephanie Hechenberger, general manager of the Leukaemia Foundation in Victoria and Tasmania. This year, it is projected that 2,480 Victorians will be diagnosed with leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma each week and blood cancer will be the second biggest cancer killer in Australia after lung cancer. “Light the Night is a powerful expression of Australia’s blood cancer battles and this year, Victorians can help to give hope in a brighter future simply by attending,� said Hechenberger. Light the Night will be held in 25 locations across Australia. For more information or to register a team, phone 1800 500 088 or visit www.lightthenight.org.au

Helping young people make the transition YOUNG people leaving out-of-home care now have easier access to a comprehensive package of supports to help them make the transition from foster care, kinship care and supported accommodation to more independent lives. Visiting the Leaving Care Helpline headquarters at Melbourne Citymission last week, Minister for Community Services and Member for Bellarine, Lisa Neville, officially launched a one-stop-shop for advice and assistance. “Just like most teenagers, those living in outof-home care need support when they take the step from living at home with their carers to

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Hearing clinic comes to Torquay GOOD hearing is integral to good communication and quality of life. The ability to hear is essential at all ages – whether it is a child hearing their classroom teacher’s instructions, a husband hearing about his wife’s day or a grandparent being able to hear the punch-line of a family joke over dinner; our hearing is important. But did you know that hearing loss is the world’s single most common disability? The fact is, the majority of people who suffer from hearing impairment don’t have to, and improving the hearing problem can result in a significant improvement in their quality of life. Surf Coast Hearing Clinic is a new, local audiology clinic based in Torquay, which understands hearing

impairment and knows that hearing problems can be solved. The clinic’s university trained audiologists provide full hearing assessments for adults and children (aged four years and over). The clinic will fully inform you about your options, whether it is through appropriate medical intervention, fitting of a digital hearing device or through a communication/rehabilitation programme to assist you with your everyday hearing needs. If you or a member of the family has any concerns with their hearing, phone Surf Coast Hearing Clinic to make an appointment on 5264 7451, or simply drop in to the clinic at Suite 5, 6 Walker St, Torquay.

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Grants up for grabs SURF Coast and Bellarine community groups can help seniors access a new world of information and communication by applying for Telstra Connected Seniors workshop grants worth up to $50,000. Grant amounts range up to $5,000 for local community organisations and up to $50,000 for state and territory organisations. Eligible community organisations can apply for Telstra Connected Seniors grants at www.telstraseniors.com.au until 5pm Wednesday, August 18. Telstra consumer executive director, Jenny Young, said the Telstra Connected Seniors workshops enable older Australians to embrace the digital age and enter a new, exciting communication horizon.

“The workshops have been strongly attended across the country as older Australians are keen to learn how to communicate and access information using their computer and mobile phones,� Young said. “The workshops are conducted by experts in a friendly and comfortable environment where seniors learn specifically tailored skills at their own pace. “Once seniors have mastered the basics at the workshops, they can then revise their skills and learn other communication skills by accessing the online ‘how to’ guides log at www.telstraseniors.com.au.�

Telstra area general manager Geelong and the Surf Coast, Jodi Manion, said modern day technology can be easily embraced by all community members to help overcome isolation. “Everyone, no matter their age or background, can learn about modern technology at these workshops and the vast array of advantages they present,� she said. “Workshop attendees will learn how to send and receive emails and text messages, which is the ideal way to keep in touch with family members who live in and out of town. “More often, migrant groups have friends and relatives who live overseas and the workshops

will teach their members how to use features such as sending photographs and videos. While people living in rural and regional areas always enjoy learning new ways to keep in touch. “And of course everyone can benefit from learning how to do online banking and shopping, as well as how to stay in touch on social networks which are increasingly popular with seniors.� Not-for-profit community organisations with a primary member base of people age over 60 are eligible to apply. Organisations that have previously received grants and successfully completed their training can reapply for further funding.

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DEPARTMENT of Veterans’ Affairs clients will have their new Repatriation Health Cards delivered by the end of next month. The new and improved cards are being mailed out over an eight-week period, and some clients may have already received theirs. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Minister for Defence Personnel, Alan Griffin said around 40,000 new gold, white and orange cards began arriving in the letterboxes of clients earlier this month. Griffin said to coincide with old Repatriation Health Cards expiring this year, new cards had been designed to include a number of new and improved features. “New cards will now have a magnetic strip which Drysdale Senior Citizens Club president, Mary Wilson, and members, Glenys McKenzie and June Naylor, will contain data including the veteran’s full name, prepare a nutritious ‘home-cooked’ lunch for local seniors on Wednesdays – one of many services provided by the club. To find out more about the weekly activities and events at Drysdale Senior Citizens Club, call in at the file number, card type and expiry date,� he said. centrally-located venue in Wyndham Street or phone 5251 2983. “Micro-printing and the addition of a DVA-

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The trip of a lifetime GEELONG Lutheran College student, Reife Braun, is only 12-years-old but is preparing to set off on an experience of a lifetime next week. Reife and his father will fly out to the African village of Kande, Malawi, on August 3 for a threeweek adventure he expects to learn a great deal from. The father and son team will be members of a 10-person work party for the Mphatso Children’s Foundation and will be helping to build a nursery school for children aged two to six years. Reife said they will also help to construct a maize, or corn, mill to grind the maize needed to make porridge for the children.

“The maize porridge costs about 10 cents per bowl; and a lot of the people in Malawi cannot afford food so they starve,” he explained. “Mphatso Children’s Foundation provides a free bowl of porridge every day to over 1,000 children in the nursery schools, some children walk up to two hours to get their free bowl of porridge. “This experience will change my life and I look forward to seeing how I can use my experience to benefit others in the future and help Malawi and others in need.” For further information about the foundation’s work in Malawi, go to www.mphatso.org

A monster of a fair ONE of the State’s largest book offerings, the Geelong West Rotary Club’s ‘Monster Book Fair’, will be held early next month. The Fair will take place over three big days at Geelong West Town Hall, Pakington Street, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 6, 7 and 8. Opening times are 11am-5pm Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday and 10am-2pm Sunday. Thousands of books will be on offer at just $1 for soft-covers and $2 for hard-covers. All funds raised go to local and other Rotary

charities. The fair will be officially opened on the Friday at 7.30pm by Margaret Clark, awardwinning Geelong author of best-selling teen and children’s books who, more recently, has had her first adult fiction published. Cost for entry to the official opening is $10 which includes refreshments and finger food. For more information on the monster fair, email Daryl McLure at daryl.mclure7@ bigpond.com

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Realise your dream at Estuary Senior auctioneers’ competition 2010 ADRIAN Butera from Compton & Green won the highly coveted REIV Senior Auctioneers’ Competition, beating a firstclass field of contestants. In order to win, Butera displayed a high degree of technical proficiency and professionalism, skills he will now use in his attempt at the Australasian Real Estate Institutes’ Auctioneering Championships in New Zealand in September. He will be joined in that event by runnerup Matthew Young from Buxton (St Kilda) Pty Ltd. The REIV conducts a yearly competition to find the best novice and senior auctioneers in Victoria. The purpose of this competition is twofold: it helps estate agents to develop and improve their skills; and it offers the industry an opportunity to highlight the skills required to conduct a successful auction and achieve the highest return for the vendor. Victoria is the residential auction capital of Australia and people expect not only an interesting auction but one that gets the best return possible for the owner. Entrants are judged by some of Victoria’s most experienced auctioneers on their understanding of the laws and regulations that relate to property transactions, as well as their ability to run the auction professionally and present the property. This year’s finalists were: Adrian Butera of Compton & Green; Peter Clark of Clark First National; Richard James of Jellis Craig; Alisha Hobart of Harcourts; and Matthew Young of Buxton (St Kilda) Pty Ltd.

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ideal time for first home buyers. “This new stage at Estuary includes a range of lots well suited to young couples and families – and with up to $26,500 available in first home buyers boosts – it is a fantastic time to buy,” he said. “Stage 3B presents an affordable opportunity for buyers to break into the property market, with lots priced from just $147,000, Estuary offers one of the best value new home options in the Geelong region. “With over 130 sales in the past nine months, it is clear Estuary is proving popular with buyers. “As well as traditional home sites, an array of house and land packages are also available at Estuary presenting a simple and affordable way to buy and build from the ground up.” Estuary’s stage 3B allotments are well positioned within the Estuary masterplan, just moments from

the estate’s central community park and walking distance from planned wetlands and the future fivehectare recreation reserve. “With nearby shopping, schools and the beautiful Lake Connewarre, buyers will enjoy a plethora of lifestyle opportunities, and all just 10 minutes from both Geelong city and the coast at Ocean Grove,” Cottesloe said. “Estuary will offer future residents the best of both worlds in a safe and secure small-town environment at Leopold.” For more information on Estuary and the release of stage 3B, contact Alan Smith on 1300 737 598 or visit the onsite sales office located off Melaluka Road Leopold, open from 12noon to 5pm daily. For more, visit www.estuaryleopold.com.au or www.villawoodproperties.com.au

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Warralily on display WARRALILY, Geelong’s first master-planned residential community, is set to become the region’s most sought after address for home hunters with the announcement of plans for a new display village within the estate. Due for completion mid-2011, the display village will be accessed off Barwon Heads Road and will feature the latest in home designs from some of the region’s most acclaimed builders. According to Warralily sales and marketing manager, Crystall Mousios, it will be the largest display village in Geelong. “The display village will feature 55 home designs from 23 local and metropolitan builders, however, residents will not be restricted to using one of these builders,” she said. “We know building a new home can be stressful and the purpose of Warralily’s display village is to help make those decisions easier by providing a wide variety of home designs and layouts you can touch and feel.” Each home will provide home builders with a ‘life size’ representation of the Warralily Design

Guidelines, which have been established to enhance the overall character of the community. “The aim of these guidelines is to protect each resident’s investment by creating a consistently high quality standard of homes and a community that all residents can be proud of.” Mousios emphasised Warralily’s focus on creating a sustainable community, with ‘intelligent solutions’ proposed to achieve minimal water and energy use. “This will include access to recycled water for parklands and private gardens and an advanced fibre optic network, connecting residents to high speed broadband, access to Pay TV without the need for a satellite dish and access to a unique community intranet with information on community events, forums and message boards,” she said. With residential lots already being snapped up, homebuyers are encouraged to register their interest via the Warralily website to stay up to date with activities and future land releases. For more information, visit the Warralily Sales Office at 259 Charlemont Road, Connewarre, phone 1300 661 719 or visit www.warralily.com.au



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LEOPOLD’S premier new residential development ‘Estuary’ is set to become a haven for first home buyers, with developer Villawood Properties’ recent release of 15 new land lots in stage 3B. Strong demand for lots at Estuary has led to the early release of stage 3B, which offers a mix of allotments ranging in size from 438sqm to 597sqm and affordably priced from just $147,000. Located in the bourgeoning new suburb of Leopold, first time buyers at Estuary will be well positioned to benefit from the Government’s new regional First Home Buyers Boost. Presenting a $26,500 grant for buyers building their first home in regional Victoria, the boost is now available to buyers (introduced July 1, 2010). Villawood Properties executive director, Rory Costelloe, said the release of stage 3B comes at an

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ADDRESS: 97 Coombes Road CONTACT: Graeme 0409 612 104 or Adrian 0412 686 875

TORQUAY

$568,000

COASTAL FEEL WITH VIEWS

 †   ‡†  ˆ  ‰       Š       ‹€‡    †   ÂŒ ADDRESS: 3A Rio Court CONTACT: Adrian 0412 686 875

TORQUAY

$515,000

BELLBRAE

WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO      

BELLBRAE HIDEAWAY

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TORQUAY

$655,000

$688,000

ADDRESS: 20 Menzels Road CONTACT: Graeme 0409 612 104 or Adrian 0412 686 875

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$1,250,000

A CLASS OF ITS OWN

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ADDRESS: Lot 564 Casuarina Avenue CONTACT: Adrian 0412 686 875 or Graeme 0409 612 104

ADDRESS: 7 Beales Street CONTACT: Adrian 0412 686 875

OPEN SAT 31ST JULY 1.30PM–2.00PM

TORQUAY OCEAN VIEW ESTATE

$448,000

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TORQUAY DEEP CREEK COASTAL

$445,000

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TORQUAY

$545,000

CLASSIC STYLE & DESIGN

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SINGLE STOREY BAY VIEWS

Brian Moscrop 0419 529 492

$410,000

11 CAMBERWARRA AVENUE CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Ron Pearson

Brian Moscrop 0419 529 492

76 Peninsula Acres = 30.76 HA $1.3 MIL 350 ANDERSON ROAD, DRYSDALE

 

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Double Storey Delight $420,000 60 YARRAMUNDI DVE, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Torquay

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Relax, Entertain and Enjoy This home is a showpiece combining contemporary design with class and quality. Upstairs comprises a fantastic kids retreat area, four bedrooms including the master which has a WIR and ensuite. Ground floor features a spacious formal lounge, separate theatre/games room, open plan kitchen/meals, family space that seamlessly transitions to the undercover and decked outdoor entertaining area, fully landscaped low maintenance gardens. With a RC garage and features including heating, polished floorboards, stone bench tops, solar hot water and water tank to name a few.

Perf Perfect In Every Way Located in a quiet court location and only a short distance to the beach lies this magnificent 3 bedroom family home. Boasting a spacious open plan living area comprising of the lounge room, meals area and kitchen, which is spacious with dishwasher and pantry. All three bedrooms have built in robes and the master is of generous proportions. Outside is an outdoor decking area which is perfect for the lazy Sunday mornings or BBQ’s. Other features include a remote control single lock up garage, canara wood heater, gas heating, all set on a private yard amongst an established garden. Be quick as this is perfect for the first home buyer, retired couple or an investment, it is sure to go fast.

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$439,000

INSPECT

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INSPECT

Saturday 1-1.30pm Photo ID required

CONTACT

Meleah Meade 0415 690 161

CONTACT

Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

MEL REF

506 F1

MEL REF

505 H8

Torquay

Torquay

Join The Sea-Change Lifestyle This modern seaside townhouse situated in a quiet location has all of the ingredients for a comfortable and stylish lifestyle. On an allotment of 2, this 3 bedroom townhouse boasts ocean views from the second storey which comprises of a large living area, front and rear balcony’s and master bedroom with WIR and Ensuite. There are also 2 bedrooms both with BIR, a central bathroom and separate laundry. Outside is a low maintenance tropical garden with great use of space and a single lock up garage with space for a second car. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy your very own piece of Torquay!

Feature Packed – Quality Lifestyle Flowing floor plan, generous proportions and warm tones create a harmonious living environment in this well positioned family residence offering stunning views across the fairways. Upstairs incorporates a fantastic open plan kitchen/dining and family area, master bedroom with WIR and ensuite, study, powder room area overlooking the sixth hole fairway and green. Downstairs consists of two more bedrooms with BIR, rumpus, main bathroom, separate laundry to RC double garage. Extras inc reverse cycle heating/cooling, soaring high ceilings, PFB and stone bench tops. Access to the indoor pool and gym also within walking distance to the beach.

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1/24 Dumfries Court

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$679,000

INSPECT

By Appointment

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CONTACT

Meleah Meade 0415 690 161

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Meleah Meade 0415 690 161

MEL REF

506 C2

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GREAT LIVING ON THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD

GREAT HOLIDAYS GREAT TIMES GREAT ACCOMMODATION GREAT OCEAN ROAD REAL ESTATE Whether you are looking for holiday accommodation or you have a property you would like to rent, Great Ocean Road Real Estate Holidays have a team of friendly and experienced consultants on hand to help you with your enquiry. Four locations open 7 days a week.

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6 Brent Avenue, AIREYS INLET STUNNING VIEWS $825,000 • • • • • •

Solid three bedroom house. Magnificent views to Lorne and beyond. Never to be built out. Walk to beach and shops. Quiet court location. Parents retreat upstairs with study.

Inspect: By appointment Agent: Great Ocean Road Real Estate, Aireys Inlet Contact: James Worssam 0418 585 815

BELLBRAE 100 KURZMANS ROAD TORQUAY - BELL'S BEACH - BELLBRAE

Strikingly beautiful 10 acres of treed grass land beneath a canopy of mature Iron Barks in secluded valley setting only 5 minutes from Bell´s Beach, including ranch style solid brick four bedroom home, two living areas, billiard room and study, tiled and carpeted, double carport, workshop, shed, three dams and two paddocks. Close to bus stop, easy access to Deakin Uni, most sought after location. FOR SALE: $1,150,000 INSPECT: Sun 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Bryan Hayden 0417 613 250 Patrick Hayden 0437 882 088

TORQUAY 34 GREAT OCEAN ROAD FAMILY ENTERTAINER

> Four good sized bedrooms all with built in robes, master with ensuite > Downstairs spacious open plan living, kitchen and dining > Separate upstairs living with entertaining balcony capturing views to the water over Torquay golf course > Double garage, exposed timber flooring, reverse cycle heating/ cooling & a short walk to the club house & Jan Juc surf beach FOR SALE Price: $598,000 INSPECT: Sat 12:00-12:30pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634

TORQUAY 15 - 17 COWRIE ROAD Prime Residential/ Development Site

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17 Cowrie Road, Torquay 200 metres to beach and parkland, cosy four bedroom residence with spacious lounge/ dining room, land area 803 m2, gas ducted heating plus air conditioning, north facing sun deck, ideal holiday home/ residence/ development site. 15 Cowrie Road, Torquay Excellent development site- land area 803 m2. AUCTION: Sat 14 Aug @ 12 noon Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60 days INSPECT: Sat 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753, Wayne Mackay 0418 522 536

TORQUAY 31 ROCKLEA DRIVE FAMILY LIVING AT IT'S BEST

A fantastic coastal lifestyle, just minutes from schools, shops and the beach this spacious 5 bedroom family home is ideal for a large family, holiday home or investment. > Open plan, light filled living zone upstairs with access to entertainers deck > Views over Spring Creek and ocean glimpses > Large two car garage and plenty of storage spaces throughout the home AUCTION: Sat 7 Aug @ 11am Terms: 10% deposit, Balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat 1:30-2:00pm CONTACT: Patrick Hayden 0437 882 088 John McMahon 0400 866 634

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NEW RELEASE

St Georges Way Cul-De-Sac 8 ONLY - LOTS 283 - 290

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NEW EXCLUSIVE RELEASE OF ONLY EIGHT ALLOTMENTS A rare opportunity now exists to secure your own piece of coastal paradise. Offering an ideal lifestyle location in a quiet Cul-De-Sac at the end of St Georges Way, with breathtaking course views overlooking the 4th and 5th holes of The Sands golf course. These recently released blocks range from 694sqm to 1080sqm. These allotments offer the perfect place to build your dream coastal home.

Hayden Real Estate 21 PEARL STREET, TORQUAY, VIC 3228 PH: 03 5261 2101 FAX: 03 5261 4422

PATRICK HAYDEN 0437 882 088 surfcoasttimes.com.au

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29 -JANUARY 2008 27 JULY 10 AUGUST 2010

WELCOME TO OUR BACKYARD COASTAL VIEWS

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We can again report excellent sales volumes & results from your dedicated sales team. A record land sale in Jan Juc & top results in home sales have been achieved over the cooler months. There has also been several exceptional sales in the rural area in and around Bellbrae / Bells Beach. The market remains buoyant across all sectors & we are seeing time on the market decreasing whilst prices across the board continue to escalate.

Stock levels have remained constant for the last few months after a dramatic drop in availabilities as we moved out of the effects of the GFC late 2009. Despite the cooler weather enquiry is strong though naturally numbers around town are down. As buyer confidence continues to improve we see further decreases in stock levels which can only impact positively on prices.

If you are considering selling we would be pleased to view your property at a time convenient to yourselves and provide a current market appraisal and report. Our report will include recent sales, availabilities, market conditions and options for marketing and selling programs.

Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

We are available 7 days a week so feel free to call us at any time.

Simon Hunnam 0488 203 737

Visit our great new website www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au Be part of the Great Ocean Road Real Estate success! AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

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APOLLO BAY

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay, Vic 3233 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

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$POA - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

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4 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

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$POA - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

217 - 219 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

245 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

PICTURESQUE OCEAN FRONTAGE~EXCLUSIVE VACANT LAND OPPORTUNITY s s s s s

4HISTRULYSPECTACULARSITEPRESENTSFOURVACANTALLOTMENTS THREEWITHABSOLUTE'REAT/CEAN2OADFRONTAGE "OASTINGMAGNIFICENTOCEANVIEWS ANDPRIMECOASTALPOSITION4HISISAUNIQUEBUILDINGOPPORTUNITY ANDWEURGEALL INTERESTEDPARTIESTOEXPRESSINTERESTTODAYTOHAVETHEOPPORTUNITYTOSECURETHISRAREPROSPECT 3UPREMELYLOCATEDWITHENDLESS UNINTERRUPTEDVIEWS %ACHALLOTMENTISSOLDWITHAPPROVEDPLANSFORATWOSTOREYHOME 3HORTSTROLLTOTOWN&LEXIBLETERMSAVAILABLE

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From $495,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

$1,150,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

295 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

27 SEEBERG COURT APOLLO BAY

VACANT LAND – BLUE CHIP OPPORTUNITY

PALATIAL PARADISE

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$800,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

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$1,400,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 4

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


APOLLO BAY / SKENES CREEK APOLLO BAY  'REAT/CEAN2OAD !POLLO"AY 6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

2 TUXION ROAD APOLLO BAY

22-26 GREAT OCEAN RD APOLLO BAY

A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY – SEANOOK BEACH HOUSES s 4HISGLEAMINGNEWTOWNHOUSEPRECINCTISTHEGOLD STANDARDINLIVING0ERFECTLYPOSITIONED ARCHITECT DESIGNEDANDSUPERBLYAPPOINTED s !CTQUICKLYTOPURCHASEhOFFTHEPLANvSECUREYOUROWN PIECEOFPARADISEWITHSIGNIFICANTSAVINGSINSTAMPDUTY s "2 BTH SECUREDOUBLEGARAGE3EVERALTERRACESTO EXPLOITTHESTUNNINGVIEWSINEVERYDIRECTION s !SHORTSTROLLTOTHEGOLFCOURSE HARBOUR SURFBEACH MAINSTREET

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$1,650,000-$1,795,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

$700,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

280 MONTROSE AVENUE APOLLO BAY

175 GREAT OCEAN RD APOLLO BAY

"ON LOCATION"! s s s s

$1,800,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

10 NIGEL COURT APOLLO BAY

4/28 MOORE STREET APOLLO BAY

#REATIVELYDESIGNEDRESIDENCECURRENTLYOPERATINGASA SUCCESSFULMOTEL #ONSISTINGOF"2BTHWITHMULTIPLELIVINGAREAS 5NRIVALLEDLOCATIONONACORNERSITEINTHEHEARTOF!POLLO "AY OPPOSITEBEACH 5NSURPASSEDVIEWSOFTHEBAY THEBOATHARBOURANDTHE ROLLINGGREEN/TWAYS

2 / 10 NOEL STREET APOLLO BAY

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$600,000 - $650,000 – Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

37 - 39 NOEL STREET APOLLO BAY

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Auction Sunday 26th September 2010 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

SQSANDSTONEBRICKVENEERHOME 3PACIOUSOPENPLANLIVINGDININGAREAWITHSOME OCEANVIEWS EXTRALARGEKINGSIZE"2 MASTERWITH7)2ENSUITE 5NDERCOVER""1ENTERTAININGAREATHROUGHDOUBLE &RENCHDOORS $OUBLEREMOTEGARAGE ,ANDSIZE SQM

$495,000-$525,000 wi/wo - Inspect by appointment Bec Allen 0429 999 788

80 OLD HORDERN VALE RD APOLLO BAY

0OSITIONEDWITHINAhCHIPvOFTHEGOLFCOURSE BOAT HARBOUR THEUNSPOILTSANDYBEACHESANDTHERELAXED SHOPPINGPRECINCTOF!POLLO"AY "2S")2S BTH 3PACIOUSOPENPLANLIVING 2#AIRCON POLISHEDTIMBER FLOORSTOKITCHEN MEALSANDLIVINGAREAS 'ENEROUSBALCONYTOMAXIMISEFULLVIEWASPECTSOFHILLS OCEANGOLFCOURSE

$595,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

2 OUTLOOK ROAD APOLLO BAY

43 PASCOE STREET APOLLO BAY

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Lot 1 – $455,000 Lot 2 – $535,000 Lot 3 – $495,000 Lot 4 - $475,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

HECTARESACRES LOCATEDKMFROMTOWN 4HE.BOUNDARYISFRONTEDBYRIVERRESERVETHECLEARED HOUSESITEISSHELTEREDFROMWINDSUNNYINWINTER !PLANNINGPERMITHASBEENISSUEDWITHPLANSFORAN ARCHITECTDESIGNED ENERGYEFFICIENTHOUSECONSISTINGOF "2S")2S BTH LOUNGEDININGROOM LARGEDECK 0RICE2EDUCED-OTIVATEDTO3ELL

$295,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

44 SCENIC DRIVE APOLLO BAY

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$695,000 - $725,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

$665,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

625 SUNNYSIDE ROAD APOLLO BAY

3 SCOTT PLACE APOLLO BAY

7ITH@POSITIONPLUSTHIS!POLLO"AYHOLIDAYMASTERPIECE OFFERSITALLFORTHEDISCERNING!POLLO"AYLIFESTYLEBUYER !MASSIVEXMSHEDWILLENSURETHEBOATFISHING GEARWILLBERIGHTATYOURFINGERTIPS 7ITHBDR BTHDECKSFACING.%THEREISPLENTYOF SPACEFORENTERTAININGFAMILYANDFRIENDS /NLYMTOTHEBEACHSHORTWALKTOTHEMAINSTREET THISHOMEISTHEFAVOURITEINTHESPRINGSALEMARKET

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$600,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

AIREYS INLET

3TRIKINGHOMEOFGENEROUSPROPORTIONSWITH"2S  BTH BALCONIES SEPKITCHENAREASANDOPENPLANLIVINGDINING 3,5' 3#@'UESTROOMWITHENSUITESEPENTRY "REATHTAKINGHILLOCEANVIEWS 3UPERBLOCATIONINEXCLUSIVECULDESACAPPROXMTO THEBEACH ,ANDSIZEAPPROX SQMJUSTUNDERHALFANACRE

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$680,000 - $715,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

$695,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 5

&UNKYBEACHHOUSEWITHGORGEOUSOCEANVIEWS CAPTUREDFROMTHEFORMALLIVINGAREAMASTERBDRM REMINDINGYOUTHATTHEBEACHISJUSTASHORTSTROLLAWAY /PENPLANKITCHENDININGLIVING POLISHEDTIMBERFLOORS WOODHEATERANDSPACIOUSDECKINGWITHANEASTERLY ASPECT LARGE"2S BATHROOMS-ASTERWITHENSUITE 'REATYARDFORTHEKIDSnSQMAPPROX

$720,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

TORQUAY


SKENES CREEK / MARENGO / BEECH FORREST / JOHANNA / LAVERS HILL / PORT CAMPBELL / WONGARRA / YUULONG APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay, Vic 3233 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

C - AIR SKENES CREEK

3 OCEAN TERRACE SKENES CREEK

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$895,000 - $975,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

540 SKENES CREEK ROAD SKENES CREEK

10 TREETOPS TCE SKENES CREEK

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$585,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

$1,350,000 - $1,495,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

6 GALBRAITH WAY MARENGO

790 DENHERTS TRACK BEECH FORREST

$800,000 + - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

380 AIRE SETTLEMENT ROAD JOHANNA

BLACKWOOD GULLY LAVERS HILL

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$920,000 - $980,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

$POA - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

33-39 GREAT OCEAN RD LAVERS HILL

WELCOME TO JOHANNA

24 HENNESSY STREET PORT CAMPBELL

$POA– Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

5230 GREAT OCEAN ROAD WONGARRA

235 HIDERS ACCESS TRACK YUULONG

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$165,000 Inspect by appointment Brad Fanning 0419 887 223 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

7OULDYOUPAYUNDER FOROCEANFRONTAGEWITH DEGREEOCEANVIEWSANDYEARROUNDSECURITY $IRECTACCESSTOAPRIVATEANDSECLUDEDBEACH BEDLUXURIOUSLYAPPOINTEDAPARTMENTSWITHOPEN PLANLIVING %UROPEANSTYLEKITCHENS EXPANSIVEBALCONIES n4OBESOLDFULLYFURNISHED %XCELLENTRENTALRETURNOR IFYOUWISH FORPRIVATEUSE 3ECUREDBYASHAREOFFREEHOLDHARDTOREFUSE

$250,000 - $350,000 Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

$415,000 – Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

"EAUTIFULLYPOSITIONEDONLYMINUTESFROM0ORT #AMPBELLSFRONTBEACH THISISTHEIDEALSEASIDESHACK WITHPLENTYOFPOTENTIAL /NLYMOMENTSFROMTHECOAST THISCOTTAGEHASLARGE BEDROOMS %XPANSIVEOPENPLANKITCHENLIVINGAREA 4HELANDSIZEISIMPRESSIVELYLARGEWHERE34#! OPTIONSAREAPLENTYTOMAKETHISCOASTALGETAWAYA REALITYWISEINVESTMENT

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LORNE 6

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$415,000 - Inspect by appointment Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


LORNE LORNE  -OUNTJOY0ARADE ,ORNE 6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

3 ALLEN STREET LORNE

55 DORMAN STREET LORNE

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$920,000 Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

$1,025,000 Inspect by appointment Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

6/3–9 ARMYTAGE STREET LORNE

41 HALL STREET LORNE

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$2,475,000 Inspect by appointment Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

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$420,000 - Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571

14 ARMYTAGE STREET LORNE

16/3–9 ARMYTAGE STREET LORNE

14A CHARLES STREET LORNE

4HISBEDROOM BATHROOMAPARTMENTISGENEROUSIN SIZEWITHANEXCELLENTLAYOUTFANTASTICOCEANVIEWS ,OCATEDINTHEBOUTIQUE0OINT'REY$EVELOPMENT OFFERINGTHEONLYNEWAPARTMENTSAVAILABLEIN,ORNEAND SITUATEDINANEXCLUSIVESOUGHTAFTERLOCALE 3ECUREBASEMENTPARKING LARGESTORAGECAGEANDLIFT ACCESSTOPOFFAGREATLIFESTYLEPACKAGE

$630,000 - Inspect by appointment Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

25 DORMAN STREET LORNE

26 FRANCIS STREET LORNE

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$1,690,000 - Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

33 GEORGE STREET LORNE

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$1,250,000 - Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

"EAUTIFULARCHITECTURALLYDESIGNEDYEAROLDHOMEIN SOUGHTAFTER#HARLES3TREET!SHORTSTROLLTOTHEBEACH CAFÏSANDSHOPS &ANTASTICOPENPLANLOUNGEKITCHENOPENINGONTOLARGE .%FACINGDECKWITHFILTEREDOCEANVIEWSOF,OUTTIT"AY BDBTHINCLUDINGMASTERWITHENSUITEPRIVATE BALCONY7AKEUPTOTHESOUNDSOFTHESURF

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$695,000 - Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

$995,000 - Inspect by appointment Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

35 MOUNTJOY PARADE LORNE

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$950,000 Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571

955 MOUNT SABINE ROAD LORNE

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$670,000 - Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 7

18 NEADE STREET LORNE

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$410,000 Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

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LORNE / RURAL / WYE RIVER LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne, Vic 3232 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au 11 RICHARDSON BLVD LORNE

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$1,100,000 - Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

138 SMITH STREET LORNE

$740,000 - Inspect by appointment Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

62 SMITH STREET LORNE

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75 SINCOCKS ROAD LORNE / PENNYROYAL

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$550,000 Inspect by appointment Ian Stewart 0418 522 571

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19 MCRAE ROAD WYE RIVER

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$445,000 - $499,000 Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

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$395,000 per block Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

$270,000 - Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 8

$270,000 - Inspect by appointment Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


TORQUAY

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Torquay Vic 3228 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

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$575,000 OFI - Saturdays 1 - 1:30pm Simon Hunnam 0488 203 737 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

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$525,000 OFI - Sunday 1st August 11 - 11:30am Simon Hunnam 0488 203 737

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$619,000 - Inspect by appointment Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

$750,000 - Inspect by appointment Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

296 GROSSMANS ROAD TORQUAY

240 GREAT OCEAN ROAD TORQUAY

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$585,000 - OFI - Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 - 5:00pm Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

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$935,000 - Inspect by appointment Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 9

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TORQUAY / JAN JUC / BELLBREA / GHERANG TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Torquay Vic 3228 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au 7 LOCH LOMOND TORQUAY

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2/153 THE ESPLANADE TORQUAY

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$820,000 - Inspect by appointment Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

$550,000 OFI - Sundays 2 - 2:30pm Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

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$775,000 OFI - Sundays 1 - 1:30pm Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Simon Hunnam 0488 203 737

$310,000 - Inspect by appointment Simon Hunnam 0488 203 737

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 10

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


CLASSIFIED LISTINGS

HOUSES, APARTMENTS & UNITS

SUMMARY

PRICE

VACANT LAND

SUMMARY

PRICE

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233

8 Casino Avenue, Apollo Bay 2/13 Cawood Street, Apollo Bay 140 Biddles Road, Apollo Bay 15/22 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 2/79 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 197 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 'Alyeska' - 355 Killala Road, Apollo Bay 2/27 Marriners Lookout Road, Apollo Bay 1/19 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 32 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 7 Montrose Avenue, Apollo Bay 38A Montrose Avenue, Apollo Bay 2B Murray Street, Apollo Bay 3 & 4/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 42 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 10 Nigel Court, Apollo Bay 7C Noel Street, Apollo Bay 11 Nova Court, Apollo Bay 8 Otway Vista, Apollo Bay 9 Otway Vista, Apollo Bay 1/18 Pascoe Street, Apollo Bay 2 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 11A Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay Lot 20 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 2/35 & 3/35 Thomson Street, Apollo Bay 1/760 Lighthouse Road, Cape Otway 3/760 Lighthouse Road, Cape Otway 615 Hordern Vale Road (Cape Otway), Hordern Vale 615 Hordern Vale Road (Cape Otway), Hordern Vale 4 College Drive, Lavers Hill 22 Great Ocean Road, Lavers Hill 11 Harrison Street, Marengo 23-25 Ozone Street, Skenes Creek 18/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek 19/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek

5 Alastair Court, Apollo Bay 24 Diana Street, Apollo Bay Lot 2/22 Gambier Street, Apollo Bay Lot 27 Joyce Street, Apollo Bay 2/30 McLachlan Street, Apollo Bay Lot 1, 1–7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 11, 1–7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 14, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay 37-39 Noel Street, Apollo Bay 19-35 Nova Court, Apollo Bay Lot 1-5 Paradise Drive, Apollo Bay 28 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay 48 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay Lot 14 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay Lot 17 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 700 Wild Dog Road, Apollo Bay 15 Whelan Street, Apollo Bay 31 Main Road, Beech Forrest 7 Costerman Terrace, Marengo 18 Ferrier Drive, Marengo 11 Morris Street, Port Campbell 3, 30 Karlson Street, Skenes Creek 33-35 Karlson Street, Skenes Creek 68 Old Coach Road, Skenes Creek 75 & 81 Old Coach Road, Skenes Creek 8 Otway Avenue, Skenes Creek 1 Point Avenue, Skenes Creek

3 B/R, 800 sqm 2 B/R 2 stry, 5.1 hectares 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R 3 B/R, GOR frontage 7 B/R, 5bth, 105 acres 3 B/R, 2bth 2 B/R 3 B/R, 850 sqm 3 B/R 2 B/R 3 B/R, 1,070 sqm 2 B/R, 1bth 3 B/R, 1400 sqm 3 B/R, 678 sqm 4 B/R, 3 bth 4 B/R, 2bth, views 3 B/R, 319 sqm 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R , 2bth 4 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R, 2bth, views 2 x 2 stry 3 B/R, 2bth 1 B/R, 1.1acres 2 B/R, 1acre Studio Cottage 2 B/R 2 B/R, 5.5 acres 3 B/R, 1,012 sqm 4 B/R, 2bth, views 3 B/R, 2 titles 2 B/R Villa, ocean views 1 B/R Villa, ocean views

$450,000 - $470,000 $319,000 $695,000 $695,000 $595,000 $980,000 $1,450,000 $POA $570,000 $399,000 $450,000 - $469,000 $295,000 $590,000 - $625,000 $310,000 per unit $750,000 $495,000 - $525,000 $700,000 + $698,000 $310,000 $330,000 $380,000 $525,000 $455,000 $415,000 $400,000 $265,000 $365,000 $265,000 $365,000 $265,000 $199,000 $710,000 $610,000 - $640,000 $295,000 $195,000 - $215,000

Self contained apt 2 B/R, 2bth 2 B/R 2 B/R, 1bth, 840sqm

3 B/R, 2 lug, 2bth 2 B/R, 2bth 4 B/R, 2 liv, 3bth, 2 kit 4 B/R, 2bth

546 sqm approx 1000 sqm 700 sqm approx 550 sqm approx 567 sqm approx 900 sqm approx 900 sqm approx

$610,000 $915,000 $625,000 $205,000 $499,000 $290,000 $280,000

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228

$220,000 $835,000 $675,000 $515,000

42 Anderson Street, Torquay 78 - 80 Beach Road, Torquay 2 & 3 Beach Road, Torquay 89 Sands Boulevard, Torquay

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228 18 Manna Gum Drive, Torquay 307 Onshore Resort, Torquay 25 The Esplanade, Torquay 11 Seaview Drive, Jan Juc

$250,000 $265,000 $270,000 $190,000 $285,000 $290,000 $235,000 $359,000 $475,000 + $215,850 + $290,000 + $250,000 $250,000 $340,000 - $350,000 $305,000 $200,000 - $250,000 $395,000 $150,000 $385,000 $299,000 $230,000 $299,000 $595,000 $210,000 $245,000 + $250,000 $350,000

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 32 Albert Street, Lorne 73 Charles Street, Lorne 87 George Street, Lorne 30 Ridge Drive, Kennett River 32 Harrington Street, Separation Creek 18 Dunoon Road, Wye River 22 Durimbil Avenue, Wye River

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 127/3 Bay Street, Lorne 66-64 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 25/4 Smith Street, Lorne 1 Durimbil Avenue, Wye River

475 sqm 306 sqm 458 sqm 607 sqm 330 sqm 301 sqm 343 sqm 314 sqm 4 lot subdv 620 - 1,021sqm 5 lot1.5-2.5 acres 714 sqm 579 sqm 562 sqm 510 sqm 2 titles 700sqm approx 1700 sqm 1 acre 921 sqm 600 sqm 306sqm 948 sqm 586 sqm 1189 & 905 sqm 585 sqm 621 sqm

$529,000 $690,000 $POA $615,000

RURAL

503 sqm 2162 sqm 206 & 253 sqm 555 sqm

SUMMARY

$495,000 $1,370,000 $156,000 - $176,000 $370,000

PRICE

AIREYS INLET (03) 5220 0200 28 - 30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231 30 Bambra - School Road, Bambra 15 Grant Street, Forrest 33 Grant Street, Forrest

3 B/R, 40 acres. 3 B/R 3 B/R & business

$620,000 $279,000 $390,000

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233

COMMERCIAL

SUMMARY

1130 Forrest-Apollo Bay Road, Barramunga 4 Gardner Street, Beech Forrest 90 Old Colac Road, Beech Forrest 3810 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Ferguson Lot 3, 16 Main Road, Gellibrand 4695 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Lavers Hill 5145 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Lavers Hill Lot 1, 82 Broughtons Access, Skenes Creek 55 Old Coach Road, Yuulong Lot 1 Parkers Access, Yuulong

PRICE

AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

3x3x3 lease. WI/WO 3x3x3 lease Day Spa

$525,000 $185,000 - $198,000 $350,000 $295,000 $145,000 $270,000 $265,000 $370,000 $2,200,000 $379,000

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 39 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 2/22 Pascoe Street, Apollo Bay

31 acres 3 B/R, 2316 sqm 2 B/R, 5 acres Business+House 2840 sqm 3.5 acres 2 acres 4.6 acres 266 acres 10 acres

535 Bambra Cemetery Road, Bambra 1535 Birregurra-Forrest Road, Barwon Downs Lot 2/1 Bowden Street, Birregurra 52 Roadknight Street, Birregurra 2 Unnamed Road, Cressy 455 Deans Marsh-Lorne Road, Deans Marsh Martians Café & Bar, Deans Marsh Shalom Cottages, 35 Robilliards Road, Murroon 75 Anderson Street, Pennyroyal

$200,000 $175,000

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 11

3 B/R, 127 acres 4 B/R, 132 acres 5 acre approx 2.5 acres approx 2 acres & 1000 trees 1 dam, 2 sheds Leasehold business 2x2 B/R1x3 B/R 16a 4 B/R, 100 acres

$850,000 $POA $480,000 $525,000 $118,000 $400,000 $200,000 $650,000 $980,000

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


AIREYS INLET 28-30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231 Phone (03) 5220 0200 Fax (03) 5220 0222 Email aireys@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

APOLLO BAY 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 Phone (03) 5237 2600 Fax (03) 5237 6231 Email apollobay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

LORNE 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 Phone (03) 5289 4222 Fax (03) 5289 4211 Email lorne@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

TORQUAY 114 Surfcoast Highway Torquay Vic 3228 Phone (03) 5261 5088 Fax (03) 5261 3888 Email torquay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

Website www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

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LORNE

TORQUAY bellarinetimes.com.au


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Feature properties

Tuesday 27 July 2010

15 - 17 Cowrie Road, TORQUAY PRIME RESIDENTIAL/ DEVELOPMENT SITE Auction: Saturday 14th August, 2010 @ 12 noon Each lot to be offered separately, commencing with number 17. ‘Total Land Area 1620m2’ 17 Cowrie Road, Torquay • 200 metres to beach and parkland • Cosy four bedroom residence with spacious lounge/dining room • Land Area 803 m2 • Gas ducted heating plus air conditioning • North facing sun deck • Ideal holiday home/ residence/ development site 15 Cowrie Road, Torquay • Excellent development site- land area 803 m2 • Vacant land only 200m to beach Inspect: By Appointment Agent: Hayden Real Estate, Torquay Contact: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753 Wayne Mackay 0418 522 536

Rentals COASTAL

www.coastalpropertiesandsurrounds.com.au

Prime Rental Availabilities

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

Family Home In Quiet Court Location Featuring 3 spacious bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in wardrobe. The upstairs living area features dual aspect decking facing north and east, large timber kitchen with plenty of cupboard space and open plan dining and living area. From all these vantage points the ocean and district views can be enjoyed.

20 DUMFRIES COURT

On the lower level a large second living room which features a kitchenette and great space for the kids. Central spa bathroom and separate laundry. The downstairs area opens out to a paved entertaining area and large secure and sheltered backyard. Gas heating and a split system ensure comfort in every season. Complete with a double remote garage and boasting broad ocean views this home will impress.

TORQUAY

HOUSE Listing Agent: Hayden Real Estate 03 5261 2101 torquayrentals@hayden.com.au

PRICE

ADDRESS

ZONE

BEDROOMS

BATHROOMS

AVAILABLE NOW

$150

3/45 Great Ocean Road

Jan Juc

1

1

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$330

13 Osprey Court

Torquay

3

2

27/07/2010

$360

2/19 Felix Crescent

Torquay

3

2

Now

$360

1/30 Prestwick Ave

Jan Juc

3

1

Now

$390

59 Lochard Drive

Torquay

4

2

Now

$450

9 Seahaven Close

Jan Juc

4

2

Now

$550

2/3 Hoylake Ave

Jan Juc

3

2

Now

$110

Flat 1/9 Smithers Street

Lorne

1

1

Now

$220

2/22 Deans Marsh Road

Lorne

2

1

Now

$250

3/56 Otway Street

Lorne

2

1

Now

$280

1/19 Belvedere Terrace

Lorne

1

1

Now

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088

Email: torquay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

LORNE (03) 5289 4222

Email: lorne@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au AIREYS INLET

APOLLO BAY

LORNE

TORQUAY

McCartney Real Estate Rental Properties

Hayden Real Estate Rental Properties

Units, flats and townhouses in high demand!!! More properties NEEDED!!

Address

Type

Bedrooms

Rent PW

Avail

5A Philip Street, AIREYS INLET

House

2BR

$250 pw

Now

44 Eleventh Avenue, ANGLESEA

House

3BR

$310 pw

Now

25 Belton Street, ANGLESEA

House

2BR

$270 pw

Now

47A & 49 Harvey Street, ANGLESEA

House

5BRs

$580 pw

Now

Houses – Permanent 12 Month Rentals Bedrooms

Bathrooms

Car

Available

1

11th Aug

$225pw

2 / 48 Boston Rd, Torquay

2

1

$250pw

40 Central Ave, Torquay – 6mth

3

1

-

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$290pw

2/8 Geelong Rd, Torquay

3

1

Carport

24th July

$330pw

4/21 Felix Cres, Torquay

2

1

-

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$350pw

55A Zeally Bay Rd, Torquay -6mth

3

2

-

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$385pw

30 Gogoll Cres, Torquay

3

2

2

Now

$420pw

21 Deal Ave, Jan Juc

4

2

2

Now

1

Carport

Now

School Year (Feb to Nov) Rentals – Fully Furnished $290pw

72 Zeally Bay Rd, Torquay

McCartney Real Estate

7 Gilbert Street, Torquay 3228 Ph: (03) 5261 2104 Fax: (03) 5261 4493 surfcoasttimes.com.au

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Unit

2BRs

$350 pw

Now

66 Wybellena Drive, FAIRHAVEN

House

3BRs

$310 pw

Now

2/242 Duffields Road, JAN JUC

Unit

3 Beds

$280pw

9-Aug-10

1/35 Bristol Road, TORQUAY

Unit

2 Beds

$220pw

3-Aug-10

20 Dumfries Court, TORQUAY

House

3 Beds

$395pw

20-Aug-10

115 Fischer Street, TORQUAY

House

3 Beds

$440pw

Now

21 Pearl Street, Torquay 3228 P: 03 5261 2101 | F: 03 5261 4422 Email: torquay@hayden.com.au

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8 Pearl Street, Torquay

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NEVILLE RICHARDS INDENTED HEAD ST LEONARDS

R E A L E S TAT E

$625,000 32 Mouchemore Avenue

2/324 The Esplanade

AUCTION

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

A TRUE GEM IN OLD ST LEONARDS Boasting a beautifully renovated kitchen, two stunning bathrooms and a spacious open plan living room this superb residence needs only the last finishing touches to shine like a   Â     Â?   Â?

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Auction: Saturday, 31st July at 2.00pm

Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

INDENTED HEAD ST LEONARDS

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OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 11.00AM - 11.30AM

INDENTED HEAD ST LEONARDS

$625,000 $329,000

SPLANADE 2/324 THE E 9 Waters Way

OPEN FOR INSPECTION SAT & SUN 3.00PM - 3.30PM

LIGHT & BRIGHT HOME MINUTES FROM THE BEACH

COASTAL FUSION

This recently completed home in the Seachange Estate is just a short walk to one of the Bellarine Peninsula’s best beaches and boat ramps. Perfect for retirement, holidays, investment or a seachange for all. Features of this quality home include:                    Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 3 1 1 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

Magnificent in design this stunning residence marks a new era of contemporary coastal development in St Leonards.                  A beautifully presented property boasting true street appeal and ideally located only metres from the nature trails of Swan Bay and Edwards Point. Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

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NEVILLE RICHARDS INDENTED HEAD PORTARLINGTON

2/324 ESPLANADE 7-11THE Evandale Avenue

$625,000 $575,000

INDENTED HEAD PORTARLINGTON

R E A L E S TAT E 2/324 THE ESPLANADE 69 Hereford Street

$625,000 $339,000

ENDLESS POTENTIAL

RELAX IN COMFORT

Boasting sweeping views of Port Phillip Bay this unique property comprises three titles and is the ideal development/investment opportunity. The existing residence features a large upstairs living area, three spacious bedrooms, a cosy kitchen, formal dining and outstanding bay views. An opportunity exists to develop two terrace style townhouses either side of the existing residence STCA.  2 (approx) in three titles Simply an outstanding development site not to be missed.

Immaculately presented this comfortable two bedroom home is the ideal property for a retiree or as a first home buy. Boasting sunlit open plan living and glimpses of Port Phillip Bay and the You Yangs this home will impress upon inspection.            Â Â?Â? Â?  

Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

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OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 11.00AM - 11.30AM

QUALITY LIVING CLOSE TO BEACH & SHOPPING HUB

A NEW STANDARD IN QUALITY

Experience the ease of living at this wonderfully comfortable residence located just so close to the St Leonards shopping hub, beach & golf course. Boasting beautiful gardens & dual street access, this immaculate 3 bedroom brick veneer home is the                                     street access for boat or caravan.

From the moment you step inside this awe inspiring property you will recognize quality and admire the bold contemporary design. Â?    Â?Â?    Â?          Â?      ­       €    Â?   ‚     Â? providing views of Port Phillip Bay

Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

Agent: Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Michelle Browne 0415 854 220

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Class and style with Derbyshire LOCAL boutique builder Derbyshire prides itself on its beautiful custom designed homes and first-class finishing. Noel Derbyshire and his team specialise in building homes that are designed to suit their clients’ land and lifestyle. This uncompromising approach is captured by Derybshire’s architect-designed Platinum Series One display home in Highton. The award-wining three-bedroom home is a breathtaking example of intricate attention to detail and clever contemporary design. The Platinum Series One has a six-star energy rating and offers sophisticated, stylish living that would be equally at home in a coastal or city setting. From the street it makes a stunning first impression with its eyecatching façade that combines glass, cladding, smoked pine and feature stonework. This effective use of materials continues inside where the plantation spotted gum floors bring warmth to the contemporary colour palette. European floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around the front living room to create a light-filled environment that is balanced by the natural texture of a stone feature wall. Budding ‘Masterchefs’ will be at home in the nearby kitchen which features white two-pack joinery, a mocha-toned Wathaurong glass splashback and Caesar stone island bench with twin under mount sinks. It also boasts premium stainless steel appliances, quality fittings and spacious walk-in pantry housing the fridge, small appliances and ample bench space. The kitchen overlooks a built-in day bed which sits beneath a large picture window flanked by bookshelves. Tucked behind the kitchen is a clever study nook that neatly combines a desk, shelving and built-in filing cabinets. The dining area opens onto an expansive outdoor deck. Large sliding doors on the other side of the deck flow through to a second light-filled living room. Down the hallway you discover a family bathroom and two spacious bedrooms. Downstairs also has a large laundry, powder room and double garage access. A beautiful timber staircase flows to an upstairs master bedroom retreat with large en suite, master bedroom, study nook and a spacious walk-in robe that would get the Carrie Bradshaw tick of approval with its rows of shoe racks, generous hanging space, drawers and two wall mirrors. The home’s architectural design rates highly for energy through its clever use of cross ventilation, a double insulated roof, thermal

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The Platinum Range Series One is $650,000 (on your land). Derbyshire custom homes start from $300,000 (on your land). The Platinum Range Series One at Lot 143 Province Boulevard Highton (Mel ref: 450 K8) is open weekends from 1pm-5pm or by appointment by contacting Noel on 0407 524 406.

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DisplayHome OpenHours PORTER DAVIS HOMES Longshore St, The Quay Estate MELWAY MAP 493 G12 T 03 5264 7042

TORQUAY METRICON HOMES Longshore Street, Quay Estate (Melways ref: 493 H12) Weekdays 1pm – 5pm, Weekends 12pm – 5pm Ph: 5261 3540 or Jason Cantrell 0418 825 820 HOTONDO ‘The Beachview’ 1 Nautical Rise, The Quay Estate Sat - Wed, 1pm-5pm Ph: 5261 2866 or 0434730962 or email sales@torquaydisplay.com.au CAVALIER HOMES Regent 27, Otway 29

SIMONDS HOMES 2 Nautical Dve, The Quay Mon-Wed 1pm – 5pm; Sat-Sun 11am – 5pm Ph: Teena Higgins on 5261 4472 or 0425 326 242 DENNEHY BUILDERS ‘Terra’ 12 Headland Drive, ‘Reef’ 36 Centreside Drive, ‘Avanti’ Marner Cl, Jan Juc Sun 2–5pm or by appointment Ph: Office 5261 3394 or AH 0418 590 377 ‘Escape’ 18 Beachley Lane, House and Land Package For Sale Now! $610,000 www.dennehybuilders.com.au

27 Longshore St, The Quay Estate Open 6 days. Noon - 5pm CLOSED THURSDAYS or by appointment Ph: Kerry 0424 166 512 or 5264 7129

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“Clarendon 2” Address: 2 Shekkleton Road, Bannockburn “Sommerset Estate” (Cnr Moreillon Blvde) Open: Sat & Sun from 1-5pm or by app Explorer 180 Address: 63 Oakdean Boulevarde, Ocean Grove “Kingston Estate” Open: Sat & Sun from 1-5pm or by app. SIGNATURE HOMES 126 Fyans Street, South Geelong Open: Weekdays 9am - 5pm Ph: 5229 2929 E: admin@signaturehomes.net.au METRICON HOMES Torquay Road, Grovedale (Melways ref: 464 J5) Weekdays 1pm – 5pm, Weekends 12pm – 5pm Ph: 5245 7130 Brain Spokes 0412 530 825 Georgia Pohlman 0423 033 059 HORAN HOMES Quality, affordable new homes and extensions 18 Hollows Court. Ph: 5241 2629

SIGNATURE HOMES 210 Heyers Road, Grovedale Open: Saturday & Sunday, 1-5pm or by appointment Ph: 5229 2929 E: admin@signaturehomes.net.au SIMONDS HOMES Bellarine Highway, Newcomb Mon-Fri 12-5pm Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Ph: Matthew Denning on 5248 3508 or 0412 212 383

HIGHTON TOPIC BUILDERS ‘Meridian’ 33 Province Boulevard Highton 3216 Ph: Frank 0418 524 402 DERBYSHIRE HOMES “Platinum Series One” display home Lot 143 Province Boulevard, Highton (Melway Ref: 450 K7) Open: Saturday and Sunday 1 - 5 pm or by appointment Contact: Noel 0407 524 406

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METRICON HOMES Grandlakes Blvd, Lara (Melways ref: 422 H6) Weekdays 1pm – 5pm, Weekends 12pm – 5pm Ph: 5262 6705 or 5262 6758 Shayne Jenkins 0423 616 227 HAMLAN HOMES “Foray 181” 102 East Lakes Boulevard, Grand Lakes Estate Open Sat-Tues 1-5pm or by appointment Please contact Hamlan Homes Sales Office on 03 5222 5555 SIMONDS HOMES Buckingham St, Grand Lakes Mon-Fri 12-5pm Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Ph: Nick Ellis on 5282 5190 or 0414 488 508

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Designs turned upside down GJ GARDNER has a new plan for everyone to enjoy the views If you’ve been longing to maximise the views from your new block with two-storey-living, then GJ Gardner Homes Skyward range has plenty to offer. Boasting 11 eye-catching designs in the series, the Skyward range offers two-storey homes with a twist – living areas upstairs. “Often multi-storey living featured the bedrooms on the top floor but the Skyward series turned this idea on its own head,” said GJ Gardner Homes Geelong local builder, Rohan Smith. “We’ve got a mixture to offer people choice. “This range is perfect for people who have a view and desire that outlook from upstairs.” Smith said a feature of the Skyward range was the flexibility it offered. “We offer some different facade options and what sets us apart is a combination of upstairs and downstairs living

options,” he said. Besides contemporary and classic facade options, GJ Gardner Homes also offer the flexibility of personalising the facade. Sizes range from 24 to 38 squares and everything in between. The 29-square Lynx features four bedrooms, two bathrooms. It has a study, an open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge area downstairs while upstairs has a separate living room with a balcony. The 38-square Arista is more traditional in its design with the living space on the ground and three bedrooms and a library on the first floor. The Tucana boasts the best of both worlds and has two bedrooms, a study and an activity room on the lower level while upstairs features the master bedroom and the open-plan kitchen, meals and family zone. For more information phone GJ Gardner Homes Geelong on 5221 1447.

The Pyxis, with the striking contemporary facade option.

The floorplan of the Lynx features the living areas upstairs to maximise views.

Visit our display home 27 Longshore Street - The Quay Estate Torquay Call sales manager Kerry on 0424 166 512 for more details

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National Builders for a structurally sound home NATIONAL Builders Group have made a structural framing breakthrough, offering the most superior and environmentally friendly structural house framing option exclusively to customers at no extra charge. National Builders Group offer termite protected ‘blue’ timber framing to the whole house and all load bearing outer walls are framed with 90mm x 45mm studs at 450mm centres, giving greater strength and reliability and are totally vermin proof. The great thing about the National Builders Group termite protected ‘blue’ timber framing is that the treatment process involves the application of organic insecticides, safe and widely used in household consumer products, which are safe to handle and pose no significant threat to humans, plants and animals, but are toxic to termites. This offers the opportunity for National Builders to provide a 25-year structural guarantee to customers – some conditions may apply. National Builders Group recognises that structural framing is made from

natural timber grown and harvested from managed renewable plantation pine. As a result the following benefits apply: • No rainforest timber or endangered species are used • Plantation timbers grow on solar energy • Timber absorbs and reduces greenhouse gases. That’s right, trees absorb greenhouse gases during growth while releasing oxygen into the atmosphere whilst storing carbon. These timbers require low energy for growth and production, transport and installation. So, there you have it, National Builders Group provides the very best of structural integrity within your new home in an environmentally friendly manner. And that’s not all – National Builders Group also offer a long list of ultrapremium inclusions with no extra charge. To find out more, visit 16 Ironbark Street, Waurn Ponds, phone 5241 8355 or go to www.nationalbuilders.com.au

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Call 1300 661 719 or visit warralily.com.au Sales office open 7 days a week 11am-5pm All images and descriptions in this advertisment are indicative and should not be relied upon. The developer reserves the right to alter the images or description without notice after the day of printing. The developer makes no warranties about the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in this advertisement and the developer, including its directors, affiliates, officers, employees and agents will not accept any liability for any loss or damage. The First home buyer grant is eligible for all contracts entered into by 30 June 2011. To be eligible the value of the property must not exceed $600,000. Please visit www.sro.vic.gov.au for terms and conditions.

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Hotondo on display at Portarlington HOTONDO Homes Ocean Grove has opened a new display home in Portarlington. The Dakota 267 is located at 8 The Rise, Portarlington, and is the first Hotondo Homes display to be built on the Bellarine Peninsula. The home is a 27.8square design featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two spacious living areas. “We’re excited to open our Dakota 267 display to the public so we can show off all the hard work we’ve put into the construction and presentation of the home over the last six months,’’ Hotondo’s Allie Barker said. “It’s the first Hotondo Homes display to be built on the Bellarine Peninsula and showcases one of our most popular family-friendly designs.’’ The Dakota 267 begins with a formal living room that could be used as a home theatre. Also adjoining the entrance hall is the master bedroom with a double walk-in robe and en suite. In the centre of the home is a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and family area that opens out to an alfresco area for year round

entertaining. The kitchen is a standout feature of the home due to its generous walk-in pantry and direct access to the attached double garage. Three remaining bedrooms are positioned at the rear of the home off the open-plan area. Each has a built-in robe and easy access to the central bathroom. Hotondo Homes Ocean Grove has house and land packages available at the Arlington Rise estate in Portarlington. To view a large range of floor plans and products visit the sales office and showroom located on the corner of Grubb Road and Sinclair Street, Ocean Grove. The Dakota 267 display is located in the Arlington Rise estate at 8 The Rise, Portarlington. The display is open Friday to Tuesday, 1pm-5pm. Call the Hotondo Homes office and showroom on 5255 3556 for more information or to make an appointment.

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Kitchens that are smokin! Clean lines and contemporary styling make this kitchen a standout design feature MOST people don’t get the chance to choose a new kitchen very often, so it pays to do a little research before making any final decisions – especially as technologies are constantly being updated. Blue Cove Homes has an Interior Designer who not only helps clients select their colours but does a dedicated kitchen design. By meeting with our clients she is able to ascertain their cooking and entertainment needs and tailor a design that fits perfectly with their family situation. As kitchen these days are a major focal point of most homes it is very important that this space be multi-functional. A clean, simple palette can impart a crisp look for any room. By paring back to a few strong colours, forms can take prominence. The designer took care to match the lines of the elements, to help the eye register how the forms are in harmony. Blue Cove Homes offer a custom design service but also have a range of ready to go homes ranging in size and prices. For more information phone 1300 858 228 email office@bluecovehomes.com.au or visit our website at www.bluecovehomes.com.au

Custom designing is surprisingly affordable People are often under the misconception that custom designing is only for people with more disposable income, “this is not the case� says Michael Dahm from Blue Cove Homes. Blue Cove Homes works with their clients at design stage ensuring we end up with a home that meets the price range our clients are trying to achieve.

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Festival set for success BY NATHAN HALE INTEREST in the inaugural Anglesea Music Festival continues to grow, with early bird ticket sales pointing to a busy weekend of local entertainment. The festival – to be held on October 8, 9 and 10 – continues the proud tradition the Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula have for nurturing local talent and showcasing music to the region. Festival director, Karren Stoneham, said with the festival less than three months away, excitement continued to build. “The Surf Coast has so much to offer with musos from all walks of life,� she said. “And our footprint will be having the mix between grassroots and highly acclaimed performers. It’s exciting, it’s a reality and it’s very affordable with all that festivals have to offer and very much a festival to attend.� Early bird tickets are priced at $50 for an adult weekend pass to the festival – something which has evolved from the highly successful Anglesea Live concept. “The initiative grew from Anglesea Live – which has been a longstanding part of the Anglesea Community since 1999,� Stoneham said. “Now, after a decade, Anglesea Live is set to expand into an annual festival. “The Anglesea Music Festival will showcase a wide range of genres, with an aim to find a

balance of local, regional and well known bands while celebrating all that is good about the area’s community, environment and music. “There are some great acts that have put their hands up to perform at this first event; Wendy Stapleton, Lisa Edwards, Paul Norton and Michael Christian. “Wow! What a foursome. Truly Australian icons of the music scene, all poised from phenomenal success both here and internationally.� Legend of the Australian blues-rock scene, Chris Wilson, will work his pipes and harmonica at the festival while also offering a harmonica workshop. The Band Who Knew Too Much is a bona-fide foolproof floorpacking highly energetic act kicking out their double bass, washboard, and accordion and driving tracks with gusto. Dave Steel is a highly respected rootsrock multi instrumentalist musician, who will perform solo, with his band the Welcome Wagon and Tiffany Eckhardt. Steel and Eckhardt are one of the most dynamic couples in the Australian blues-folk scene. Along with the acts performing, a number of musicians will also host workshops throughout the festival – sharing the secrets of their success. Numerous other acts have also been confirmed for the three-day festival, with all information on the website, visit www. angleseamusicfest.com

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THERE I was, leaping about the lounge-room, lip-synching and mirroring every carefully choreographed step Peter Gabriel makes in his scintillating rock concert filmed in Rome. Having watched this DVD many times over, I know all the lyrics and every suggestive move he makes – yep, I’m an unabashed fan! One of his well known songs features the lyric “just gimme some steam� and whilst I was getting all hot ’n’ bothered, I began thinking about dinner, and what a versatile, healthy, easy method steaming is for getting the evening meal ready in minimum time – with maximum flavour! Flavoursome, low-fat meals using a delightfully simple method of cooking are just the ticket for anyone working full time who arrives home to peer into the fridge, and then decide what’s for dinner? Steaming retains all the vitamins and minerals, the colour and natural flavours of foods, leaving moist, tender and tasty meals of vegetables, fish and chicken. And having consumed these wonderfully slimming meals, you can then splurge on dessert –

delicious steamed puddings or custards – without batting an eyelid to the diet-police (or your own conscience)! There are some wonderful steam ovens now available for the domestic kitchen and in so many ways these are a much more useful option than giving space to a microwave oven. In my opinion they are more useful in any kitchen, and in many ways better than steaming on the stovetop, however, you can improvise by using a wok or large saucepan with a stack of the simple bamboo baskets in which to layer the food. A handy tip is to line the steamer with a sheet of baking paper, or if cooking a whole fish, layers of sliced lemon and herbs. This prevents the food sticking to the rack. Some steamers are designed for specific foods, such as the asparagus kettle or a fish kettle. The principle is the same – all steamers cook food in gentle vapours that rise from the liquid, be it stock or water. Often the bubbling liquid below the food can be a part of the meal, for example, a light broth, which

at serving time becomes part of the fish, chicken or vegetables that have been cooked above it. When steaming food, the liquid needs to simmer fiercely – yet if the heat is too high, foods can become waterlogged, soggy or tough. To cook a whole large fish such as a snapper of 3-4kg, you will be amazed at how tender the flesh will be if you simply bring the steamer up to a rapid simmer, cook for 10 minutes, and then turn the heat off, leaving the fish in the steamer with a lid on. Allow it to rest 10-15 minutes in the steamer before serving.

Asian style chicken If you wish to cook a whole chicken, with Asianstyle flavours, simply pop some slithers of fresh ginger and a stem of lemongrass into the cavity of the chicken, brush the entire skin with soy and steam for one hour. The difference in the texture of the flesh is amazing. These are starting points; as I have said, recipes can be a bit like brief navigational directions – I’ll point you in the general direction then you

experiment and use your imagination. Steaming is a great way to re-heat leftover meals as well. The night before I’d marinated and barbecued some butterflied quail and two little birds were left. So for a light meal the next evening I made a simple salad, dressed with a chilli vinaigrette and topped it with the quail which I had steamed for about four minutes. They tasted just as delicious as if they’d just been on the barbecue.

Steamed puddings Whole fruits such as peeled pears, rhubarb, or (when they come into season) peaches and nectarines are simply stunning steamed – the retention of the natural colours and the flavour will knock you over. Serve them in a bowl with some gently steamed banana and ginger puddings. Simply adapt your favourite banana cake/muffin recipe by adding some finely diced glace ginger, a good dash of cinnamon, and spoon the mixture into individual tea cups (or dariole moulds) and steam them for 35 minutes. Almost as delish a dish as Peter Gabriel! Now, it’s back to the concert.

    

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Stenlake to light up the morning SEASON Two of the Geelong Performing Arts Centre’s popular Musical Mornings programme will see the highly talented Ian Stenlake take to the stage next month. Stenlake will appear on Wednesday and Thursday, August 4 and 5, from 10.30am in The Playhouse. Stenlake (pictured), who has recently starred as officer Mike Flynn in the Channel Nine drama Sea Patrol, made a tremendous splash starring as Sky Masterton in the stage classic Guys and Dolls, opposite his Sea Patrol co-star, Lisa McCune. Stenlake also played Oscar Stone in TV’s Stingers – a role he left to take the lead role of Cliff in the Australasian tour of Cabaret. In Eureka the Musical he fought for a fair go, and he recently shone in the lead role of Curly in Oklahoma! His rousing rendition of Oh, What a Beautiful Morning is a highlight for all ages. Stenlake brings a sparkling show full of wonderful musical theatre highlights and with his rich voice and commanding stage presence this will be a Musical Morning not to be missed. Musical Mornings concerts are sponsored by Tuckers Funeral and Bereavement Services, with pre-show performers and exhibits in the GPAC foyer, presented by the region’s various cultural communities with thanks to Diversitat. Patrons are also invited to enjoy free tea and coffee before shows, and to stay and chat afterwards over lunch in the GPAC Café. To book tickets, phone the GPAC Box Office on 5225 1200 or visit www.gpac.org.au

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SALT Contemporary Art Gallery in Queenscliff will host a Tutored Life Drawing Class this Sunday. The class will be presented by David Beaumont, and will be held at the Hesse Street Gallery from 3pm-4pm. The life-drawing class will cater for both beginners who have not previously drawn from the life model, and for those looking to further develop their skills. Numbers are limited and bookings essential – so be quick. A fee of $20 includes materials and participants are requested to bring an easel or board. Tables will also be available. For more information or to book your spot, phone 5258 3988.

THE GREAT Western wine region of Victoria produces some remarkable reds – Shiraz being its Tour de Force. Indeed, some are in my all time favourites list for sure. One of the most revered producers from this stellar region is Best’s wines by the Thomson family. The key to their formidable reputation is, of course, longevity – longevity in the wines, the vineyard and five generations of family involvement in the winery. The short history lesson is that the original vines were planted by Henry Best, way back in 1868, with the Thomson family purchasing the property in 1922 and continuing their winemaking history through to today. The custodian of this incredible iconic Australian winery and vineyard is fourth generation winemaking ‘legend’ Viv Thomson, who’s clocked up 50 vintages now and is currently co-nominated with his protégé, Adam Wadewitz, for Gourmet Traveller’s ‘Winemaker of the Year 2010’. This is well and truly long overdue but deserving recognition for a highly skilled veteran winemaker of Viv’s standing, one who’s intimate knowledge and respect for the vineyard, it’s site, soil, and growing conditions sees him allow the wines to reflect and fully express the combination of all these factors in his wines. Here’s a few you might like to get to know…

Best’s Great Western Bin ‘1’ Shiraz 2008 ($30)

The colour is gloriously deep and dark, brooding with layers of concentrated plummy black fruits, dark chocolate, pepper and spice. There’s an ever-so-slight lick of creamy vanillin oak rounding out the rich palate but this only adds to the ‘more-ish’ nature of the wine. The feel is elegant, rather than powerful and makes for great drinking now, but this wine will continue to develop over the next 5 years.

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Fairly limited and hard to find due to the vintage seeing some of the toughest growing conditions on record, yet this wine has overcome the setbacks and picked up a Gold Medal at The Royal Melbourne Wine Show in 2009. Think essence of rich dark blood plums and blackberry fruit, dark chocolate, and savoury/meaty spice allied with intense raspberry, cherry and rose petal floral fragrance on the nose. A triumph!

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It’s not all about red up there and I thought I’d include their very likeable Chardonnay in this review. Lovely and full flavoured, this wine shows stone-fruit, an edge of green apple tartness, and melon fruit characters which are all held together by the tight mineral acidity that keeps the wine structured, allowing no ‘fatness’ or ‘flabby’ textures on the palate. French oak plays a part but only a minor, more integrated role. In all, a balanced and enjoyable Chardonnay.

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

Catch the drift at Ocean Grove OCEAN Grove’s Piping Hot Chicken Shop will host Otway-based Spyndrift this Saturday night. The gig – to be held from 8.30pm – will see the quartet bring their lively show to the Bellarine for a one-off performance. Spyndrift’s music is raw, grungy, bouncy, frisky, provocative, sassy and sweet, inspired by reggae ska combined with catchy lyrics and a down to earth message. And if that doesn’t catch your imagination, the band describes the show as “vibrant, burlesque, explosive, captivating, theatrical and memorable�. Band members Elle Wood, Hoya Wolfgang and Merin Trebilcock have performed in numerous musical outfits together and separately for more than 20 years. They also have a depth of experience and skills in theatre, children’s pantomimes, workshops, puppetry and

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THE QUEENSCLIFF Reconciliation Mob will host a film evening next month. The night – to be held on Wednesday, August 11 at the Uniting Church Hall, Queenscliff, from 8pm – will include two films. The first is Women of the Sun – 25 years later, a powerful documentary about the lives of the women who played leading roles in the ground-breaking drama series, Women of the Sun. After a short interval there will be another moving and inspiring short film about the Alyawarra Walk-Off Protest. The film shows the protest house being built, not by the government, but by Aboriginal people and unions. For more information, phone Jo on 5258 1722.

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dance. In 2004 Trebilcock teamed up with Richard Collopy – an experienced and seasoned musician – and Spyndrift was born. With a plethora of songs under their belt their selfproduced album Sound Swell was recorded in 2006-07. Since then the music has undergone a steady metamorphous from laidback groove to a dynamic and highly energetic show. Capping their rise to fame, Spyndrift won the 2010 Vic Hunt Memorial Music Award at the Sleepy Hollow Blues Club in Gee long. Tickets for the gig are available at the door and are priced at $12. For more on Spyndrift, visit www.myspace.com/ spyndrift

YOUNG local bands throughout the Surf Coast and Bellarine are being urged to take part in the exciting Escape To Oz competition. A combined initiative between The Push, FReeZACentral and Blunt Magazine, the competition gives young local bands the opportunity to play the opening support spot at the Escape To Oz all-ages launch shows with House Vs Hurricane, Confession and Heroes

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Return of some old favourites THE 2010 Alcoa Theatre Season continues at Geelong Performing Arts Centre with a very special show starring two of Australia’s most loved performers. Nearly 20 years after they last appeared as the bickering Beare brothers in ABC TV’s Mother & Son, Garry McDonald and Henri Szeps reunite for Halpern and Johnson, an award-winning drama about two very different men with one surprising thing in common. The classic grumpy old man, Joseph Halpern (Szeps) is a recent widower who seems incapable of expressing his sense of loss and love for his deceased wife, Florence. At her graveside he is joined by a stranger, Dennis Johnson (McDonald), who unexpectedly describes Florence with more affection than just a dear, departed friend… With warmth and wit, Lionel Goldstein’s play explores the complex web of marriage and friendship, secrets and lies, mixing sharp human insight with cracking humour. McDonald and Szeps are brilliant as these two polar opposites in this touching and funny play about love, loyalty and betrayal. The Ensemble Theatre’s sell-out 2007 production demonstrated that their chemistry as performers has not diminished since their Mother & Son days.

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

Big screen dreams WANT to be the next big director, animator or game developer? Screen It is a great way to test your creative and research skills and showcase them on a national scale. The filmmaking competition, run by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is open to school-aged students enrolled in primary and secondary education around Australia. More than 160 school groups and individual entrants have already registered to take part in this year’s challenge. Registration is free and entries close at 5pm on Friday, September 17. Screen It’s young filmmakers learn about interesting topics by researching current issues such as this year’s theme, The Environment. Who Cares?, which has been designed to resonate with Australian students, particularly their concern about the state of the environment and issues of global sustainability. It also coincides with the International Year of Biodiversity, declared by the United Nations. Of course, it wouldn’t be a competition without great prizes (including a state-of-the-art portable projector from Mitsubishi Electric for the primary and secondary schools with the best overall entries), and the rewards extend to being featured at the annual awards ceremony in Melbourne and having work showcased online and to visitors of ACMI. For more information, visit www.acmi.net.au/ screenit

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Four of the festival’s best THE MELBOURNE International Film Festival (MIFF) returns to the Geelong Performing Arts Centre this weekend for a special event. On Sunday, MIFF@GPAC will feature four of the best films from MIFF’s 2010 programme – screened over one day in The Playhouse at GPAC – providing a fantastic opportunity for movie lovers of the Geelong region to see films that they might never see anywhere else. Home By Christmas The day begins at 11am with Home By Christmas, a film memoir based on New Zealand director Gaylene Preston’s interviews with her father about his World War II experiences. On his way home from rugby practice, Ed Preston joined the New Zealand army. He promised his pregnant wife Tui he’d be home by Christmas – but four years would pass before his return, after escaping a prison camp in Italy. Matching Jack At 1pm is Matching Jack, the latest work from the acclaimed Australian filmmaking duo Nadia Tass and David Parker, creators of Malcolm and The Big Steal. Starring James Nesbitt, Richard Roxburgh,

Jacinda Barrett and Colin Friels, Matching Jack tells the story of an inner-urban Melbourne family turned upside down when their young son, Jack, is diagnosed with leukemia, and his father’s years of infidelity come to light. The Disappearance of Alice Creed The third film will be the taut British thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed at 3pm. Kidnapped, thrown in a van and locked away in a purposebuilt room, it seems the end is nigh for Alice Creed (played by Gemma Arterton of Quantum of Solace and The Prince of Persia). But as with all well-laid schemes, in the end it’s the little details that will bring the assailants undone. With twists and turns all the way to the end, The Disappearance of Alice Creed sticks three characters in an impossible situation and watches as they try to worm their way out. The Wedding Party Finishing the programme in style at 5pm is the festival’s opening night film, The Wedding Party. In this new Australian comedy of errors, firsttime feature director, Amanda Jane, takes her camera into the heart of Melbourne and creates a fun-filled farce about family, love and the choices

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Dreams can come true Tuesday 27 July 2010

BY LAURA DUKE GEELONG author Ken Sheerin is the perfect example of someone going after their dreams. The local writer – a recent guest at the Torquay Froth and Bubble Festival – said he is “having a load of fun writing and self publishing now he is retired”. After leaving his Geelong home at 15, Sheerin travelled around Australia working at a variety of places, including woolsheds, meatworks, the navy, and even on a shark/cray boat. Despite his varied experiences, he has “always harboured the writing thing” – and in 2006 he started writing while doing a correspondence course. So far he has released three books, including The Perfect Day and other short stories; Myvanwy and the House of Dragon; Tula (The first book in the Rim Trader series) and is currently working on his fourth, Rhuma (the next in series), as well as a book of poetry. Sheerin said he is always on the lookout for ideas for his stories, gaining inspiration from everyday things he sees around him. “You can get inspiration from anywhere

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– even just walking the dog,” he said. “You see something, then add the ‘what if’ factor and you’ve got a story.” Testament to this, he said, are the ideas and thoughts behind the book Myvanwy and the House of Dragon, which was inspired by a combination of four random books bought from the Belmont Sunday market. Couple these books with a hot air balloon feature at the Geelong show and “a month later I was away with the fairies” (or dragons, in this case) Sheerin said. After an initial struggle to get started he said “the book virtually wrote itself. Once you get that first character nailed, that character pretty much write their own story”. Having been so many places and had so many experiences, Sheerin said these past occurrences had proved vital in his writing. “If I write about a certain place, I’ve probably been there, because when you write, you inject that little bit of yourself in there,” he said. Ken Sheerin self-publishes under his own banner, and his books can be ordered from his website, visit www. armchairpublishing.com.au

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AIREYS INLET Fridays

Aireys Inlet playgroup

From 10am-12pm at the Aireys Inlet Community Hall. Inquiries to Trudi 5289 6569 or 0408 384 965.

Friday July 30

Surf Coast Arts Inc

Annual General Meeting will be held at 7.30pm at Aireys Inlet Community Hall. Animated film by local, Glen Hunwick, titled Mutt will be shown and music will be provided by Victoriana Gaye. Inquiries to surfcoastarts@gmail.com or 0419 152 520

findings from the Castlemaine 500. From 2-4 pm at the Community Arts Garden in Geelong Road. Inquiries to Kate Suter 5254 1539.

BELLBRAE Friday July 30

Singing for Fun - With guest leader Sarah Carroll. To be held at Bellbrae Hall, from 6pm-8pm. $10/$7 includes homemade soup, crusty bread and dips, fresh fruit. No voice needed – it’s fun. Inquiries to Michele 5261 4807

DEANS MARSH Deans Marsh Community Cottage – 5236 3388

Mondays - Yoga 6.30pm-8pm Tuesdays - Childcare 9am-1pm Thursdays - Childcare 9am-1pm Fridays - Playgroup 1.30pm Saturdays - Tai Chi 9am-10.30am The Shed 9am-1pm.

DRYSDALE & CLIFTON SPRINGS Mondays

The Springs T.O.W.N. Club.

Take Off Weight Naturally. Meets from 9.15am in the Uniting Church Hall, behind the church in High Street, Drysdale. Inq’ to Dianne 5253 3337.

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Wednesdays

At 10am at the Aireys Inlet Community Hall, all friends and members welcome.

Take Off Weight Naturally. Meets from 9am at the Drysdale Football Club Social Rooms, Duke Street. Inquiries to Lyn 5253 1292.

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ANGLESEA Anglesea and District Community House

New course guide available now. To get a copy, phone 5263 2116 or email angcom@fastmail.com.au or visit us in person or check our website at www.anglesea.org.au

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Toy Library

Now open from 12pm-1pm in McMillan Street next to the kindergarten. Inquiries to Kathryn Ross 0408 130 598.

Wednesdays

Anglesea Lions Club

Meet the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month from 7.30pm at the Lions Village, Murray Street. For more information contact Lea on 5263 1329.

Kanga Day Club

Meets the second and fourth Wednesday at Anglesea RSL, Murray Street. Inquiries to Phyllis 5263 2648 or Joe 5263 1612.

Anglesea Playgroup

McMillan Street beside the kindergarten. Inquiries to Erin 5289 6617. Tuesdays - 11am for little ones Wednesdays - 10am mixed age Thursdays - 11am for toddlers Fridays - 10.30am activity group.

Anglesea Art House Workshops

Winter Programme 7pm-9pm Mondays - Life Drawing Tuesdays - Mosaics and Pottery Wednesdays - Printing group Thursdays - Water colour with Ray Woods Fibre arts with Adele Spencer (4th Thurs of each month) Fridays - Any medium with Jan Dick Inquiries to Pat 0418 179 554

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Thursday July 29

Film Noir - The Film Noir classic Double Indemnity will be viewed

and discussed. Free of charge from 7.30pm-9.30pm.

Drysdale T.O.W.N. Club

Drysdale Senior Citizens Club - Drysdale Village.

Monday - 9.15-10am: Yoga 1pm: Carpet bowls, cards and snooker Tuesday - 9am-11am: Weight Watchers 11.30am: Lunch followed by bingo. Wednesday - 11am-12pm: Exercises 1pm: Carpet bowls, snooker and cards Thursday - 1pm: Craft, table tennis and cards. 6pm-9pm: Yoga Friday - pm: Carpet bowls and snooker. Saturday - 1pm: Cards, carpet bowls, table tennis, darts and snooker. Anyone 55 years and over is invited. Inquiries to Alan or Jack 5251 2983.

FORREST Forrest Neighbourhood House

The house has a host of ongoing activities, phone 5236 6591 for more information.

JAN JUC Mondays

Kids’ yoga

Discover postures, breathing and relaxation in a fun and creative way from 4pm-5pm. 5+ year olds. $8 per class. Inquiries to Sally Louise 0418 113 362 or www.sallylouise.net

Wednesdays

WiseMoves Yoga

From 10.30am. 45+ year olds. $13 per class. Inquiries to Sally Louise 0418 113 362 or www.sallylouise.net

LORNE Fig Tree Community House

Phone 5289 2972 Term 3 programme is now available. Here are just a taste of some of the courses on offer. Phone the house for more details. Mondays - 6.45-7.45pm: Circuit Class With Laura Hosking. Cost. $15 casual Tuesdays - 9.30am-11.30am: Playgroup at the Fig Tree All parents and their kids are welcome to come along and join our weekly session Cost $3 per family per session. Wednesdays 6pm-7.30pm: Yoga Teacher. Shane Lewis Cost. $12 casual Thursdays - 1pm-3.30pm: Fig Tree Games Group All welcome.

Friday July 30-September 3

Dog obedience - With Jenny Laird, dogs of all ages welcome from Mondays Aug 2 and 9 - 7pm-9.30pm: Intro to Photoshop 5pm-6pm. Meet at the tennis courts recreation reserve. Cost $60 for 6 sessions Conc: $36.

Teacher Kirstin Honey Cost. $50 ($45 conc)

Saturday July 31 and Sunday August 1

RSVP and Enquiries to Janine on 0419 291 215

Tuesdays Aug 10 and Sept 14 -- 7pm-9pm: Womens’ Circle

Stress relief class - Facilitator is Peter Mackie, Reiki Master and Wednesdays July 21-Sept 1 - 7-9.30pm: Desktop Publishing

Wellness practitioner. Cost: $165

BARWON HEADS Tuesdays

Barwon Heads Chorale

Teacher. Anne Wingad. Cost. $70 ($65 conc)

Wednesdays Aug 4 and 11 - 9am-4pm: Basic First Aid

(accredited) Cost. $175

Fridays July 30-September 3 - 10am-11.30am: Wu Tao

The Dancing Way, teacher Louise Fairney Cost. $75 ($65 conc)

Rehearsals recommenced at The Anglican Church, Hitchcock Avenue at 7.30pm. The musical director is Natale Lawington, a well-known opera singer. Donation of $5 at each rehearsal.

Sunday August 8 10am-12pm: Hoop Fusion Workshops

Saturday July 31

Teachers Circus 3230 Cost: $65 ($60 conc)

Barwon Heads Community Arts garden sustainability group event.

Anthony Mangelsdorf is presenting a short workshop based on the

2-3pm Kids $10 Teacher Tarnya Gillies Adults cost. $20 Ph: 5289 2972

Saturday August 14 - - 12pm-4pm: Fire Twirling Workshops Monday August 23 - 10.30am onwards (lunch included)

Wellsprings Garden to Table with Luke Morgan Cost: $10 and ingredient of choice.

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Friday July 30 and August 6

Gentle yoga, relaxation and meditation

4-week course from 10am-11am, gold coin donation Inquiries to Marianne Goble 5266 1369

Friends of Edwards Point Committee

meeting held 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm. For further information drop in or Contact the Space Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 3pm on 5257 2032 or go to http://tinyurl.com/StLComSpace

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OCEAN GROVE Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre

at 91 The Parade has a host of activities. For more info’ ph: 5255 4294.

Bellarine and Geelong social group Social activities for all people of working age. Inquiries to Virginia on 0411 952 598.

Ocean Grove Senior Citizens – 101 The Terrace

Mondays - Hairdressing from 9am by appointment Crazy whist at 1pm Wednesdays - Stamp Club meeting every 4th Wednesday of the month. Philatelists of all kinds most welcome. Inquiries to Dianne 5255 1372. Thursdays - Hairdressing from 9am by appointment Board Games from 1.30pm Fridays - Nordic Walking at 9am and Bingo at 1.30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays Indoor bowls start 1.30pm Snooker from 1.30pm Sundays - Surf Coast Girls Walking Group Meet new people and enjoy a casual bush or coastal walk. For more information, visit www.meetup. com/Surfcoast-Girls-Walkinggroup

PORTARLINGTON Tuesdays

Ballroom dancing

At the Uniting Church Hall, Newcombe Street, from 7.30pm-9.30pm. Cost $3. Inquiries to Roy on 5259 1776.

Playtime @ Portarlington Primary School

A playgroup for parents, carers and children aged 0 to 5 years. 9am10.55am. Inquiries phone 5259 2572.

Community practice night

Uniting Church Hall at Newcombe Street from 7.30pm-9.30pm. Admission $3. Inquiries to Roy 5259 1776.

Wednesdays

Spring Creek Community House

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Men’s social tennis - From 7.30pm at the Torquay tennis club, cost $7. Inquiries to Brendan 5261 9356.

Port Musos rehearsals

Red Cross - Torquay Emergency First Aid Team meets monthly on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in the small meeting room at the TIA building, Price Street. Prospective team members welcome. Inquiries 5261 9143.

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Scrapbooking

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Middle Eastern Movement to Music

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FIFA World Cup matches, as well as the final. 15. Which Australian property is the most recent to have been inscribed on the World Heritage List? 16. What type of creature is considered to be the most venomous vertebrate in the world? 17. Which of these authors is not female: George Eliot, George Orwell, George Egerton or George Sand? 18. The national emblem of Wales is what vegetable? 19. Which fortified wine takes its name from an island in the Atlantic? 20. In which country was The Lord Of The Rings trilogy mainly filmed?

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8. A black edible truffle is what type of food? 9. Which animal can be known as a boomer, buck, old man, jack, doe, flyer, jill or joey? 10. Due to his desire to have a nature-related name like his siblings River, Rain and Summer, which actor called himself Leaf as a child? 11. Sisia, Kito and Lifuka are all islands of which country, once dubbed ‘The Friendly Islands’? 12. ‘Black’, ‘White’ and ‘Indian’ are species of which endangered animal? 13. ‘And my soul was sold with my cigarettes to the black market man’ is a line from which Aussie pub rock song? 14. Name the octopus ‘oracle’ that gained global fame after correctly predicting the outcome of Germany’s 2010

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1. Which two-time Oscar-winning actor was Madonna’s first husband? 2. Legendary Australian sheep shearer Jackie Howe gave his name to which iconic clothing item? 3. The Squamish are an indigenous people of which country? 4. Who wrote the crime novel on which the movie The Godfather was based? 5. Which Irish tourist site was named by TripAdvisor.com as the world’s most unhygienic attraction? 6. Name the mythical bird that dies in fire and emerges anew from the ashes. 7. Which surfer was crowned world champion for the ninth time in 2008?

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Attached Aries – is there a tug-of-war between you and your partner? Do you want more freedom, while they yearn for more commitment? The only solution is to meet somewhere in the middle. Single Rams – with Mars and Saturn linking up in your relationship zone, a new romance will be a frustrating stop/start kind of affair.

Does it feel as if your personal and professional lives are at war? Changes are coming thick and fast at work but don’t be so busy that you neglect your domestic responsibilities. The Full Moon urges you to be more adventurous in love. Cautious Crabs – it’s time for you to crawl out of your cosy cave and take a few chances!

Mars marches into your sign on Friday (until September 15) so it’s time to be brazenly bold and beautiful. If you’re not confident about your talents and abilities, why should anyone else? Despite your best efforts, you’ll feel like it’s one step forwards and two steps back on Saturday, as Mars and Saturn join forces in your sign. Be patient.

When it comes to your health, you have to be proactive and responsible. Work hard to keep yourself in tip-top shape Taurus! This week’s Full Moon lights up your Brilliant Career zone, so you’re keen to display your talents and shine professionally. However, it’s not a good time to make long-term decisions. Be patient and wait.?

Communication will be fraught with difficulties this week, as loved ones annoy you (and tell you things that you’d rather not hear). They are acting as a mirror so you can learn more about yourself. As birthday great Carl Jung explained “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”

The Full Moon stirs up your home zone, so expect the unexpected from loved ones this week. You’ll also feel unsettled at work, as Jupiter and Pluto fuel your ambitions – and then Saturn comes along and stymies them. Others will try to push your buttons but think things through before you react. The lesson to learn this week is patience.

Your friendships are in a state of flux. Some close relationships will end suddenly, while others will develop in unexpected ways. Don’t jump to conclusions about a child, teenager or friend. Check the facts thoroughly first. Communication and travel are highlighted so grab your mobile phone, jump in the car or take off in a plane.

There’s no escaping money pressures at the moment. Try to organise your life so you have two streams of income coming in – and don’t put all your financial eggs in the one basket! With three planets in your sign, you’re extra fussy and finicky. Avoid being a carping critic. As birthday great Henry Ford said “Don’t find fault, find a remedy.”

Young children and teenagers will test the boundaries this week - even more than usual. If you are firm and flexible (a tricky balance) then you can guide them through the multitude of changes that are happening. Your goals and dreams seem far away on Saturday, as frustrations abound and negativity clouds your usually sunny disposition.

Saturn (your ruling planet) and Uranus face off again, so problems that first surfaced in late 2008 could come back to haunt you. Keep what’s working in your life, and change what isn’t. (The trick is knowing which is which!) Gung-ho Mars barnstorms into your career zone on Friday, so expect to feel even more ambitious and driven than usual.

Full Moon madness sees you at your eccentric best (and rebellious worst). It’s time to surprise others with your wild and wacky ways or shock them and do the complete opposite. Uranus is impatient for change, but don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater! Travel, study plans or legal matters may be delayed – yet again.

It’s a fabulous week for creative Piscean projects and spiritual exploration, as the Full Moon activates your intuition and imagination zone. Don’t rock the boat when it comes to joint finances or shared resources though – you could find yourself cut off. If you’re expecting money from others, be prepared for a long and frustrating wait.

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

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Competition results IN THE club’s men’s stableford event on Saturday, the players teed off in cold but perfect conditions. The winning players were A grade: N. Swainger (11) with 39 pts, B grade: L. Ractliffe (15) finishing with the best score of the day of 42 pts and for C Grade: R. Rogers (34) with 41 pts. The women’s winner for the day was V. Carnie (6) finishing with 38 pts. The NTP winners were (4th) D. Howes, (8th and 13th) J. Bromilow, (17th) P. Bradbury, and for the Ladies (17th) W. Tottenham. Word from the women Early morning drizzle dampened some ladies

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enthusiasm this week, but after an hour the rain cleared and near perfect conditions prevailed. The par event was played in two divisions - best score of the day was in division 2 which was won by Barb Sims with an amazing score of 8 up, the runner-up being Colleen Beveridge with 2 up. In division one, Pam Roberts came in first with another good score of 4 up with the runner-up being Pam Stribley with 2 up. NTPs: (4th) S. Mackie, (8th) G. Charman, (13th) S. Barker, (17th) D. McKee. Men’s, Veteran’s, Juniors’ and Women’s Championships Entries are open for all Curlewis members for the

men’s, veterans, junior and women’s championships with the veterans and juniors commencing on August 14, the men’s commencing on August 28, and the women commencing on September 9. Entry forms are available from the club or by phoning the office on 5251 2534. G & P Meacock Entries are open for the G&P Meacock mixed pinehurst with the qualifying round set for Sunday, August 15. Entries close on Saturday, August 14 at 6pm and forms are available from the club or by phoning the office on 5251 2534.

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This week at Port On Tuesday in the men’s stroke round, Wayne Hood took the day’s trophy with 67 nett. Other grade winners were A grade: Garry Edwards, 69 on a c/b from Frank Wheat; B grade: Jim Fisher in a 3 way cb, 71 and C grade: George Jacimovic on another c/b from Steven Ash, 71. Women’s Wednesday was a fun Irish 4B to raise funds for the Portarlington Toy Library. Top points of 109 was scored by Sue Gregory and Carmel Scarff with their two guests, N.Donovan and M. Russell. Runners –up were Kerry Bond, Irene Edmunds, Val Tither and Jeannette Barclay, 103. Well over $600 was raised for the library. Thursday 18 holes and Bill Evans scored a terrific 43 points while in the 11 hole stableford, Gerry Lorkin just pipped Bill Reid to take the trophy, both on 39 points.

Friday chook run, 39 points was a popular score, as both sections had the same, Jim McCall for the men and Jill Barker for the women. Members’ Saturday and in a relaxed event, giving the handicappers mostly, except for the players who played a blinder, a day off, the golfers played a 4B stroke event. And weren’t the scores amazing! In the men’s, Mark Beasley and John Rowe returned an outstanding score of nett 59, that is12 under the card. To win a ball in the run you needed to have 65 or better. The ladies also carved up the course. Two members of the winning women’s pennant team, Jenny Edmanson and Sharon Antonio shot an 11 under 63 nett. Men’s senior pennant Sadly the season is over for the div 2 men - what a great achievement to make the semi’s. We retain our teams in div 1 and 2 which is a terrific result for 2010.

What’s coming up Tuesday Men’s Stableford Wednesday women’s par, second round of Winter Plate. Saturday men’s and women’s par Sunday 4B par Arch Baker Board Event. We are now just seven weeks out from the Carnival of Golf, and now is the time to enter. Matt’s Master Strokes Playing in these winter months can be more enjoyable by preparing for the weather. Compression garments, skivvy’s and wind breakers can help ward off the cold and a good quality waterproof suit can help keep you dry from those heavy showers. The key is to have clothes that keep you warm but are also light weight so you can still swing the club effectively. A good quality umbrella, bag cover, extra gloves and towels (keep a towel inside the umbrella through the rods) will help keep those grips and hands dry.

Toy library benefits from charity day MORE than $600 was raised for the Portarlington Toy Library at a charity day hosted by the Portarlington Golf Club. A total of $618 was presented to the toy library following the event, which saw 18 teams contest an Irish four-ball best-ball. Meanwhile, Cliftons Springs made its visit a successful one when it took out the Portarlington Silver Salver. Clifton Springs recorded 105 points to see off 14 other clubs in the competition. In other recent winter competitions, the hotly contested June Carlos Trophy was taken out by Barbara Kavanagh with a score of 71 nett. While many of the competitions have seen numbers thin out a little due to the annual northern exodus of members to the warmer climes, the golf has remained at a high standard. Britt McInnes from the Portarlington Toy Library accepts a cheque from Kylie Wilson and treasurer Joy McGregor following the charity day.

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Mixed fortunes for Coasters THE SURF Coast soccer teams certainly didn’t get it all their own way on the weekend, with draws and losses in most leagues. Surf Coast teams continue to lead a number of ladders, though, as the business end of the season approaches. FFV Provisional 2 Men: Surf Coast (1) v Hoppers Crossing (1) The Surf Coast Prov 2 Men ground out a hard-fought draw against the threatening Hoppers Crossing this weekend. In the end, with Surf Coast’s superior fitness coming to the fore, the Coasters were unlucky not to get a win. However, the draw keeps one of our main rivals at arm’s length.

U17 Boys: Surf Coast (1) v Bell Park (2) The under 17s faced a strong Bell Park team and lost 2-1. The Coasters were 1-0 up at the half-time break and playing some nice football. Both teams fought hard end to end but most of the possession was dominated by Bell Park. Bell Park capitalised on their opportunities scoring two cracker goals, and while the blue and yellow boys gave their all they couldn’t break the defence. U16 Girls: Surf Coast (2) v Surfside (3) The Surf Coast under 16s girls lost another nailbiting contest, this week against Surfside, with the game decided in the final minutes. The rivalry between the two clubs at the under 16s girls level

is now legendary, with epic battle after epic battle being fought out. The finals series promises to be a thriller. U14 Girls: Surf Coast Yellow (1) v Kardinia (3) The Yellows played their best game of the season and were the better team on the pitch in the first half. In the second half, some position changes at half-time didn’t go the Coasters way. Although the Yellows maintained their gutsy performance, Kardinia managed to sneak a couple of quick goals. Well done, Yellows, on an excellent game of soccer. U14 Girls: Surf Coast Bue (1) v Surfside (2) The Blues last game against Surfside produced a

poor result, being beaten about 6-0 or thereabouts. So the girls were out to put in a better effort this time around – and that they did. The game was in the balance at half time, but they went down 2-1. U12 Girls: Surf Coast (0) v Surfside (0) Without trying to sound like a broken record, the Legends again missed three top quality players due to injury, this time against a highly competitive Surfside team who travelled down to the Legends home ground. The game ended 0-0, but having said that, it was far from a boring game with both sides playing explosive football and creating many attacks only to have them cut off in the last line of defence.

Dealing with sprained ankles BY JEFF OXLEY ONE OF the most common sporting injuries is the sprained ankle. This usually occurs with a twisting/inversion (foot turned inwards) movement when the ligament and tendon formation on the outside of the ankle is overstretched and can be damaged to the point of rupture. When injured, pain is felt over one or more of these ligaments, and swelling often occurs followed by bruising which can occur over most of the foot and even to the medial (inside) aspect. It should be noted that the pain on the medial side often remains longer than that on the lateral side. When the ligaments and/or joint capsule are stretched or torn, bleeding may occur internally or externally. Internal bleeding into the joint leads to joint effusion with considerable disability and swelling on both sides of the joint. External bleeding leads to more obvious bruising, usually associated with swelling on one side for the joint. Less commonly a sprain can occur to the medial (inside) ligament complex

when the ankle is forcibly turned outwards. Many ankle sprains are very slight and the player may safely continue his game after a commentary break. A more substantial injury requires an accurate diagnosis and often an x-ray to rule out fractures. Treatment initially involves the RICE regime, being careful not to apply any form of heat within the first 48 hours. Electrotherapy such as pulsed ultrasound or laser therapy may be of assistance in this early period. Once the swelling and inflammation has subsided, the ankle should be mobilised (to ensure that all joints are mobile), strengthened, and most importantly rehabilitated on a wobble board. If all these stages are correctly performed, then the chances of re-injury are minimised. Finally, all suspect ankles should be taped or braced during all sporting activities to prevent reoccurrence and the consequent irreparable weakening of the joint. Jeff Oxley is a renowned sports physiotherapist and the Director of Corio Bay Health Group.

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THE STATE Government has not accepted a proposal to increase the number of marine parks in Victoria, the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Gavin Jennings, said last week. Jennings said the proposal contained in a report by the independent Victorian National Parks Association would not be acted on by the Labor Government. “The Labor Government has ruled out creating more marine parks and will not amend the current marine national parks before the election or during the next term of government. This is similar to the moratorium introduced recently in New South Wales,” Jennings said. “While independent groups like the Victorian National Parks Association are free to put forward their views, this is not a proposal that the Labor Government is entertaining. “Victoria’s marine national parks were established in 2002 in consultation with all stakeholders to protect marine life in those

designated areas. Victoria has a world-class system of 13 marine national parks and 11 smaller marine sanctuaries, protecting 5.3 per cent of our coastal waters. “Our Government established those marine national parks in consultation with all stakeholders to protect marine life in those designated areas – and we are not changing these arrangements.” So, from an angler’s viewpoint, this certainly is good news and it seems that commonsense has prevailed. Well done to all those fishermen out there who signed the petitions and all those who acted on your behalf at both local and state level, including VRFISH, The Boating and Fishing Council of Australia and the Victorian media. However, there is still no guarantee of consultation with recreational fisherman over these issues and this is something that has to be rectified. And the major question that still needs to be answered, revolves around Jennings’ original press release, where he said “the proposal by the VNPA had only been made public recently and would take some time to analyse by the Department of Sustainability and Environment and Parks Victoria before any further comment could be made.” The question that still remains is why both of those departments were party to this proposal in the first place and why a non government body such as VNPA should receive such support. We need written guarantees from both political parties that they will not consider new marine parks to the detriment of recreational fisherman and other stakeholders whose livelihoods rely on a properly managed fisheries programmes.

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the coast at the moment with some over the 40cm mark being taken from the beaches and rocks The Anglesea River is still in flood but some nice bream have been caught. For all the latest fishing news and all the right advice, drop by and see me or the boys and we will do our best to get you out there, fishing productively with the right gear and the right bait. The Great Ocean Road Outdoor Centre Anglesea, phone 5263 2330.

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

BELLARINE FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES ROUND 15 FIRST GRADE

Torquay 4.1 9.2 12.5 15.6 (96) Portarlington 0.5 1.7 4.11 6.15 (51) GOALS: Torquay: I. Baker 5, B. Molloy 4, T. Henderson 1, B. McNamara 1, J. Hobbs 1, A. Bird 1, M. Fowkes 1, B. Christie 1. Portarlington: P. Disanto 1, D. Brown 1, C. Gourley 1, B. Colenso 1, G. Stripling 1, J. Tamblyn 1. BEST: Torquay: M. Clayton, M. Fowkes, L. Priest, B. Molloy, I. Baker. Portarlington: D. Brown, M. Gorski, B. Colenso, J. Tamblyn, R. Davis, M. Davis. Barwon Heads 3.1 8.4 12.6 14.12 (96) Modewarre 5.1 6.2 6.5 9.9 (63) GOALS: Barwon Heads: J. Taylor 7, M. Boothey 2, E. Erftemeyer 1, T. O’Halloran 1, J. Power 1, J. Fahey 1, Z. Gubbins 1. Modewarre: J. Lewis 3, J. Finch 2, D. Razga 1, T. Barr 1, J. Ritchie 1, I. Davidson 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: J. Taylor, D. Holland, J. Power, R. Wallace, L. Turner, L. Flinn. Modewarre: A. Leslie, C. Mamalis, J. Finch, A. Leggett, B. Wemyss, J. Ritchie. Ocean Grove 3.6 6.13 8.15 11.18 (84) Anglesea 3.1 5.6 8.9 11.10 (76) GOALS: Ocean Grove: T. Gavin 3, B. Lynch 2, J. McTaggart 1, J. Milnes 1, T. Baker 1, W. Piec 1, D. Gray 1, B. Wilkinson 1. Anglesea: S. Kent 2, D. Oakley 2, N. Holmes 2, M. Smith 1, B. Venables 1, L. Norton 1, T. Norman 1, B. Shiels 1. BEST: Ocean Grove: T. Baker, R. Baker, T. Gavin, R. Aylward, G. Costello, S. Maloney. Anglesea: D. Oakley, B. Shiels, C. Robertson, B. Davis, S. Kent. Drysdale 3.2 7.5 12.7 13.9 (87) Queenscliff 6.2 7.7 8.9 10.12 (72) GOALS: Drysdale: W. Chapman 5, L. Maher 3, S. Scott 2, M. Scott 1, A. Holland 1, D. Gage 1. Queenscliff: L. Orvis 2, T. Limb 2, E. Grout 2, L. Naylor 1, B. Hood 1, N. Neville 1, J. Lawson 1. BEST: Drysdale: B. Carmichael, W. Chapman, B. Taylor, D. Leigh, L. Maher, R. Gatgens. Queenscliff: T. Limb, D. Measures, L. Orvis, M. Limb, R. Holmes, B. Hood. Geelong Amateur 3.9 7.9 14.17 19.20 (134) Newcomb 4.1 5.2 7.2 9.3 (57) GOALS: Geelong Amateur: J. Tom 9, D. Guinane 4, J. Westwood 2, J. Hood 2, M. Wood 1, A. Fagan 1. Newcomb: L. Morrison 3, M. Lancaster 2, A. Lawrence 2, J. Wight 1, R. Brady 1.

BEST: Geelong Amateur: D. Guinane, B. Kelly, T. Edwards, J. Tom, R. Abraham, A. Fagan. Newcomb: M. Buckingham, A. Lawrence, M. Lancaster, L. Morrison, M. Egan, M. Cherry.

BEST: Geelong Amateur: A. Coulter, L. Hollis, N. Guinane, D. Liuzzi, N. Reid. Newcomb: A. Webb, B. Webb, J. Greenwood, A. Maxwell, L. Walker, A. Doyle.

RESERVE GRADE

UNDER 18s

Torquay 4.2 7.4 9.9 12.14 (86) Portarlington 1.0 1.1 1.2 2.4 (16) GOALS: Torquay: P. MacDonald 5, M. McDonald 2, M. Evans 1, B. King 1, J. Williams 1, J. Graham 1, A. Carr 1. Portarlington: S. Illingworth 2. BEST: Torquay: J. Morgan, P. MacDonald, R. Sertori, S. Huntington, J. Donaldson, S. Fitzgerald. Portarlington: S. Ward, G. Bailey, D. Whitehand, S. McPherson, D. Morton, B. Peck Barwon Heads 2.0 6.3 6.4 12.7 (79) Modewarre 2.1 5.4 6.5 7.8 (50) GOALS: Barwon Heads: B. O’Halloran 3, D. Johnston 3, C. Durran 3, B. Durran 1, C. Williams 1, J. Rogers 1. Modewarre: D. Tennant 2, S. King 2, F. Shawcross 1, P. Ellingham 1, C. Clarke 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: J. VanWegan, I. McCormick, J. Rogers, C. Flinn, R. Emslie, R. Swinton. Modewarre: C. Ovens, L. Waters, D. Hanscomb, C. Clarke, D. Tennant, D. Morter. Ocean Grove 1.1 5.2 6.3 13.8 (86) Anglesea 2.4 3.5 6.10 7.12 (54) GOALS: Ocean Grove: J. Stapleton 5, K. Montgomery 3, K. Yip 1, M. Long 1, A. Donald 1, B. VanDeuren 1, P. West 1. Anglesea: R. Eddy 3, B. Donald 2, L. Robertson 1, C. Kerlin 1. BEST: Ocean Grove: J. Stapleton, C. Marchbank, J. Duim, T. Holt, O. Holland. Anglesea: B. Trenerry, C. Kerlin, L. Robertson, N. Hahn, S. MacaskillHants, K. Dans. Drysdale 3.3 9.7 16.9 24.13 (157) Queenscliff 1.1 1.2 3.3 4.4 (28) GOALS: Drysdale: R. Panther 13, K. Taylor 3, B. Carlon 2, D. Cockerell 2, N. Hildebrand 2, J. Evans 2. Queenscliff: B. Neville 1, S. Ferrier 1, J. Monahan 1, A. McDonald 1. BEST: Drysdale: R. Panther, D. Tester, J. Ristevski, J. Simons, T. Harding, M. Hildebrand. Queenscliff: J. Irvine, S. Ferrier, C. Jobe, D. Vallance. Geelong Amateur 8.4 14.8 19.10 21.15 (141) Newcomb 1.0 1.1 2.1 3.2 (20) GOALS: Geelong Amateur: L. Hollis 8, N. Reid 7, A. Coulter 2, S. Little 1, T. Churchill 1, N. Rau 1, C. Bromley 1. Newcomb: P. Vigilante 2, B. Gorniakowski 1.

Torquay 8.5 18.7 24.12 27.20 (182) St Mary’s 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 (1) GOALS: Torquay: K. Hodge 9, J. Graham 5, T. Butler 3, B. Henderson 3, K. Johnson 2, A. Denton 1, W. Carty 1, C. Dougherty 1, T. Cooper 1, L. Drever 1. St Mary’s: Nil. BEST: Torquay: M. Grossman, M. Burns, W. Carty, J. Graham, T. Cooper, K. Hodge. St Mary’s: S. McCormack, J. Cuthbertson-Kerr, H. Thompson, M. Dunn, S. Ryan, D. Krastins. Modewarre 0.0 5.2 7.4 10.4 (64) Barwon Heads 4.5 6.6 6.8 8.11 (59) GOALS: Modewarre: M. Llewellyn 4, C. Giles 3, T. Wemyss 1, H. Macdonald 1, D. McFarlane 1. Barwon Heads: J. Perry 2, R. Jennings 2, K. Atkins 2, T. Webb 1, K. Johannesen 1. BEST: Modewarre: J. O’Hanlon, R. Werner, J. Ibbs, E. Wright, W. Macdonald, M. Llewellyn. Barwon Heads: B. Cannard, J. Barlow, J. Almond, R. Jennings, K. Atkins, J. Ferguson. Ocean Grove 6.2 8.6 10.9 16.9 (105) Anglesea 0.1 2.4 3.4 3.8 (26)

BFL LADDERS GOALS: Ocean Grove: T. Rodgers 3, M. Evans 3, J. Rawlings 3, K. Reardon 3, J. Bennett 2, N. Walter 1, B. Foord-Engelsman 1. Anglesea: T. Sdraulig 3. BEST: Ocean Grove: K. Reardon, J. Rawlings, T. Rodgers, M. Evans, B. Foord-Engelsman, J. Winberg. Anglesea: R. Woolley, J. Bird, J. Armstrong, R. Delekta, B. Foster, C. Abbey. Drysdale 4.4 5.5 10.9 17.9 (111) Queenscliff 0.0 2.1 3.1 5.2 (32) GOALS: Drysdale: L. Malcolm 4, B. Trewhella 3, T. Allen 2, L. Patten 2, S. Schoonderbeek 2, S. Lucas 2, J. Collins 1, E. Hill 1. Queenscliff: J. Trickey 2, T. Tait 2, J. Glew 1. BEST: Drysdale: T. Allen, S. Bensted, M. Woods, L. Malcolm, M. Harman, J. Collins. Queenscliff: J. Callahan, L. Cohen, J. Trickey, J. Glew, W. Hume, T. Tait. Geelong Amateur 6.6 12.10 23.12 31.21 (207) Torquay 2 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 (6) GOALS: Geelong Amateur: A. Silaev 11, J. Lamond 5, B. Shell 4, L. Heyne 2, L. Muir 2, D. Mulgrew 2, R. Fagan 2, B. Mackus 1, E. Long 1, A. Goodall 1. Torquay 2: R. VanDerVlist 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: A. Silaev, D. Mulgrew, R. Fagan, J. Scholes, B. Mackus, A. Goodall. Torquay 2: J. McMahon, T. Moore-Lucas, O. Briody, J. Lee, R. Nuttall, J. Gunson.

A GRADE SHIELD

Anglesea 40 v Torquay 27 Geelong Amateur 23 v Drysdale 34

Portarlington 47 v Queenscliff 43 Goals: Portarlington: N. Nicholls 32, S. Pipan 15. Queenscliff: L. Dick 26, L. Dreher 17. Best: Portarlington: R. Reynolds, L. Brody. Queenscliff: R. Hopwood, R. Godfrey. Barwon Heads 40 v Ocean Grove 31 Goals: Barwon Heads: S. Souter 20, S. Howard 20.Ocean Grove: L. Teague-Neeld 19, S. Wilkins 12. Best: Barwon Heads: S. Clark, S. Howard. Ocean Grove: P. Birch, I. Vines, L. Wilkins. Newcomb 35 v Modewarre 54 Goals: Newcomb: E. Schaeffer 26, K. Degoldi 7, S. Leach 2. Modewarre: E. Troeth 26, C. Graham 19, J. Riddle 9. Best: Newcomb: S. Leach, M. McLaren. Modewarre: not submitted. Anglesea 60 v Torquay 40 Goals: Anglesea: H. Bliss 27, B. Caldwell 24, A. Langham 9. Torquay: J. Warnes 23, A. Job 17. Best: Anglesea: B. Caldwell, H. Bliss. Torquay: R. Hepworth, J. Warnes. Geelong Amateur 35 v Drysdale 43 Goals: Geelong Amateur: J. Lowe 19, R. Thompson 16. Drysdale: J. Maddock 26, O. Wilson 14, H. Mestrum 3. Best: Geelong Amateur: J. Lowe, B. Clark, M. Harwood. Drysdale: J. Maddock, H. Shaw, L. Wilson.

B GRADE SHIELD Portarlington 22 v Queenscliff 52 Barwon Heads 30 v Ocean Grove 36 Newcomb 17 v Modewarre 37

C GRADE SHIELD Portarlington 20 v Queenscliff 24 Barwon Heads 39 v Ocean Grove 24 Newcomb 15 v Modewarre 41 Anglesea 21 v Torquay 36 Geelong Amateur 17 v Drysdale 29

D GRADE SHIELD Portarlington 26 v Queenscliff 15 Barwon Heads 38 v Ocean Grove 18 Newcomb 13 v Modewarre 22 Anglesea 22 v Torquay 19 Geelong Amateur 24 v Drysdale 14

19 & UNDER SHIELD Portarlington 32 v Queenscliff 22 Barwon Heads 27 v Ocean Grove 20 Newcomb v Modewarre NO GAME Anglesea 17 v Torquay 28 Geelong Amateur 30 v Drysdale 33

17 & UNDER (1) SHIELD Portarlington 27 v Queenscliff 33 Barwon Heads 17 v Ocean Grove 13 Newcomb v Modewarre NO GAME Anglesea 34 v Torquay 19 Geelong Amateur 24 v Drysdale 15

17 & UNDER (2) SHIELD Portarlington 22 v Queenscliff 13

Team

W

L

D

DRYSDALE GEELONG AMATEUR QUEENSCLIFF TORQUAY OCEAN GROVE Anglesea Barwon Heads Modewarre Portarlington Newcomb

13 12 11 10 9 9 5 3 3 0

2 3 4 5 6 6 10 12 12 15

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

% Pts 166.77 180.89 175.71 130.23 120.43 95.65 82.38 72.37 49.64 38.73

52 48 44 40 36 36 20 12 12 0

RESERVE GRADE Team

W

L

D

DRYSDALE GEELONG AMATEUR TORQUAY OCEAN GROVE BARWON HEADS Anglesea Modewarre Portarlington Queenscliff Newcomb

12 11 10 10 10 8 5 4 3 1

3 4 4 4 5 7 10 11 12 14

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

% Pts 281.26 154.30 203.24 150.07 132.05 107.08 60.02 58.19 60.52 26.73

48 44 42 42 40 32 20 16 12 4

UNDER 18s

There was a strong representation of AFL team supporters at Spring Creek Reserve on Saturday to watch Torquay prove too strong for Portarlington. Photo: SARAH LAWRENCE

Team

W

L

D

DRYSDALE OCEAN GROVE GEELONG AMATEUR TORQUAY BARWON HEADS Queenscliff Anglesea Modewarre Bell Park South Barwon Torquay 2 St Mary’s

14 12 11 11 10 8 7 5 4 3 2 1

0 3 3 4 5 7 8 10 10 11 13 14

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

% Pts 627.13 360.48 298.48 282.88 151.76 107.59 103.92 31.26 41.15 33.43 19.80 19.76

58 48 46 44 40 32 28 20 16 12 8 4

BDNA LADDERS

BELLARINE NETBALL SCORES ROUND 15

FIRST GRADE

Newcomb v Modewarre NO GAME Barwon Heads 15 v Ocean Grove 13 Anglesea 33 v Torquay 23 Geelong Amateur v Drysdale NO GAME

15 & UNDER (1) SHIELD Portarlington 11 v Queenscliff 42 Barwon Heads 19 v Ocean Grove 29 Newcomb V Modewarre NO GAME Anglesea 23 v Torquay 25 Geelong Amateur 11 v Drysdale 43

15 & UNDER (2) SHIELD

Drysdale 175.56% 60, Barwon Heads 130.23% 48, Geelong Amateur 131.41% 44,Anglesea 110.37% 40, Modewarre 115.28% 36, Torquay 93.12% 24, Newcomb 89.53% 24, Ocean Grove 91.71% 16, Portarlington 66.43% 8, Queenscliff 56.34% 0.

B GRADE SHIELD

Drysdale 193.48% 56, Anglesea 140.31% 52, Geelong Amateur 155.00% 44, Torquay 136.86% 40, Barwon Heads 113.42% 36, Modewarre 103.63% 26, Ocean Grove 86.22% 22, Queenscliff 75.72% 16, Newcomb 56.55% 4, Portarlington 35.47% 4.

C GRADE SHIELD

Drysdale 237.38% 60, Torquay 199.23% 52, Geelong Amateur 145.80% 48, Barwon Heads 148.52% 40, Modewarre 129.45% 32, Anglesea 91.98% 28, Newcomb 51.80% 20, Queenscliff 56.64% 16, Ocean Grove 55.71% 4, Portarlington 0.74% 0

Portarlington 34 v Queenscliff 6 Barwon Heads 10 v Ocean Grove 45 Newcomb 14 v Modewarre 13 Anglesea 7 v Torquay 36 Geelong Amateur 16 v Drysdale 29

13 & UNDER (1) SHIELD Portarlington 21 v Queenscliff 27 Barwon Heads 26 v Ocean Grove 19 Newcomb v Modewarre NO GAME Anglesea 4 v Torquay 43 Geelong Amateur 14 v Drysdale 29

13 & UNDER (2) SHIELD Portarlington 16 v Queenscliff 17 Barwon Heads 4 v Ocean Grove 41 Newcomb v Modewarre NO GAME Anglesea 6 v Torquay 16 Geelong Amateur 0 v Drysdale 61

A GRADE SHIELD

D GRADE SHIELD

Geelong Amateur 278.33% 56, Drysdale, 171.49% 48, Torquay 157.32% 48, Anglesea 163.02% 44, Barwon Heads 155.32% 40, Modewarre 67.20% 24, Portarlington 71.12% 20, Newcomb 45.72% 8, Ocean Grove 40.31% 8, Queenscliff 46.65% 4.

117.39% 32, Newcomb 97.99% 28, Drysdale 100.00% 24, Queenscliff 69.60% 20, Barwon Heads 69.28% 18, Portarlington 42.65% 4.

17 & UNDER (SECTION 2) SHIELD

Anglesea 189.81% 52, Torquay 136.67% 28, Drysdale, 108.48% 26, Portarlington 66.33% 20, Modewarre 66.67% 18, Queenscliff 74.22% 12, Barwon Heads 56.55% 8, Ocean Grove 63.02% 2.

15 & UNDER (SECTION 1) SHIELD

Ocean Grove 223.04% 52, Drysdale 166.42% 44, Torquay 135.61% 44, Queenscliff 157.50% 36, Barwon Heads 102.86% 32, Anglesea 80.10% 12,50.40% 12, Geelong Amateur 51.98% 4,Portarlington 40.80% 4.

15 & UNDER (SECTION 2) SHIELD

Torquay 252.69% 60, Drysdale 192.27% 52, Ocean Grove 195.91% 50, Geelong Amateur 101.02% 34, Portarlington 150.00% 32, Modewarre 97.36% 28, Newcomb 82.87% 20, Barwon Heads 55.63% 12, Queenscliff 42.21% 8, Anglesea 30.44% 4.

13 & UNDER (SECTION 1) SHIELD

19 & UNDER SHIELD

Drysdale 252.29% 50, Torquay 302.14% 44, Barwon Heads 128.07% 40, Modewarre 72.50% 28, Ocean Grove 148.11% 24, Queenscliff 105.41% 20, Geelong Amateur 70.71% 18, Portarlington 64.71% 12, Anglesea 27.54% 0.

17 & UNDER (SECTION 1) SHIELD

Drysdale 506.86% 56, Ocean Grove 375.37% 48, Torquay 318.70% 44, Queenscliff 64.98% 32, Barwon Heads 74.29% 24, Anglesea 59.79% 20, Portarlington 35.05% 16, Newcomb 32.40% 8, Geelong Amateur 18.03% 4.

Drysdale 164.26% 48, Geelong Amateur 212.18% 44, Torquay 154.98% 40, Barwon Heads 130.64% 36, Portarlington 108.68% 28, Anglesea 74.46%, 20 Ocean Grove 97.82% 16, Queenscliff 56.52% 8, Newcomb 27.85% 0. Anglesea 323.53% 56, Torquay 193.09% 44, Geelong Amateur 144.57% 36, Ocean Grove

13 & UNDER (SECTION 2) SHIELD

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