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Ocean Grove Primary School students are swimming in used shoes! The school’s Year 4 students have collected a remarkable 703 pairs which will be donated to charity. Pictured with the sea of shoes are (from left) Matthew Dehnert, Heath Robertson and Zavier Robinson. See full story page 4.

HEADS UP Council assessing ageing trees after three-tonne branch falls

BY DAVID FINLAYSON

A PICNIC table was crushed when a massive three-tonne cypress tree branch fell to the ground in Queenscliff’s Princess Park during recent gusty winds. The Monterey cypress tree is one of a number of similar age and height throughout the park. It is thought to have been planted in the late 1800s. Fortunately nobody was at the table when the towering tree disintegrated, however, thousands of people will gather under the park’s majestic but ageing tree canopy in November following a recent announcement that the Queenscliff Music Festival will move to the park.

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Borough of Queenscliffe spokesman, Rob Byrne, said the borough was managing a number of iconic trees, including those in Princess Park. “No-one likes to see them damaged or lost, but the reality is there could have been a family sitting at the picnic table and three tonne of tree would have fallen on them. That’s why they’re monitored fairly regularly,” Byrne said. He said council was doing everything practical to manage the risk posed by the ageing trees. Byrne said the tree had been on a “watch list” from the borough’s tree management removal and replacement strategy prepared a couple of years ago. He said the borough was waiting on an arborist’s

report on the damaged cypress before deciding its future. “It has sustained rather major damage. It’s not likely to fall over but I don’t think the tree is viable,” Byrne said. “It was listed (in the strategy) as a tree that would need to be managed over the next 10 years or so, to see how it went. “All you can do is monitor it and if you see potential for something like that to happen you do something. “You can rate the risk (of trees shedding branches in public areas) but all you are doing really is trying to second-guess nature. “I’ve been down there in the park and have sat at

that table myself.” Byrne said a nearby stone pine tree was also being assessed for its safety in light of the incident with the cypress tree. The council has undertaken work in the park to promote the health of the trees. “We have done mulching to try to make the trees as healthy as possible; so the ground around the roots isn’t being compacted,” Byrne said. He said the council pruned trees in the park to remove dead “scaffolding branches” which added to the trees’ weight and wind catching potential. The crushed picnic table has been removed and the area surrounding the tree has been taped-off for public safety.

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MAYOR’S COLUMN THIS week I’m in New York to help Alcoa Geelong put their case to Alcoa international for continued investment in its Point Henry Plant. Alcoa is one of our region’s bigger employers, contributing significantly to the Geelong economy for close to 50 years. But there has been plenty happening back at home while I’ve been away, particularly for the Bellarine Peninsula.

Bellarine Rail Trail – another great year The Bellarine Rail Trail Advisory Committee do a fantastic job ensuring the Rail Trail continues to be a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. Their annual report, presented to council last Tuesday, showed that the committee have successfully undertaken a wide variety of activities over the past year. The report shows that the continuing popularity of the trail is helping the region position itself as a cycling destination for residents and tourists alike. One of the highlights of the past year was the Bellarine Rail Trail Fun Run with Thomas Family Fun Day, which happened in March this year. Around 1500 people came along, with more than 550 children participating in the fun run. The day helped promote the Rail Trail and encouraged greater use of this community recreation facility. Other activities completed in the past year include constructing picnic shelters along the trail, installing interpretive signage and sealing significant sections of the path. Community groups such as Bellarine Landcare and the Friends of the Bellarine Rail Trail

continue to undertake important revegetation and conservation projects along the trail. The Bellarine Rail Trail Advisory Committee is made up of councillors, council officers and representatives from agencies within the local community. With the help of local community groups, the committee is continuing to improve the Bellarine Rail Trail and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their great work so far.

Progress on new Barwon Heads kindergarten We recently saw reports on progress made in the planning process for a new kindergarten/ maternal and child health centre for Barwon Heads. The good news is a grant of $1 million has been approved by the State government as part of an election commitment towards the development of the new kindergarten at Barwon Heads. The relocation of the existing kindergarten and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Centre on the Barwon Heads Primary School site is an important move as it meets with Federal and State government policy directions, as well as council’s precinct model of co-location. It is widely accepted that the existing Barwon Heads Kindergarten is inadequate for existing and future service requirements in their areas. The proposed new centre will include a dualroom kindergarten, consultation room for the MCH and a playgroup/multipurpose facility for group-based programs. Although there are some challenges associated with the site (such as land size, ownership and traffic management), solutions are being explored to ensure this project is delivered as smoothly as possible.

Council supports amendment for Jetty Road Neighbourhood Activity Centre Council has now adopted a planning scheme amendment which facilitates the development of the Jetty Road Neighbourhood Activity Centre in Drysdale. Once approved by the Minister for Planning, the south west corner of the land at 148-166 Jetty Road will be rezoned from Residential 1 to Business 1. A Design and Development Overlay will also be applied. This will include a clause that identifies the land as a strip shopping centre where gaming machines are prohibited. The amendment was placed on public exhibition from April 14 to May 16 of this year and a total of four submissions were received – none objecting to the amendment. The Neighbourhood Activity Centre provides a designated area for important community services such as a childcare centre, kindergarten and a neighbourhood house as well as shops and office space. Given the growth the Drysdale area is experiencing, it’s important that we have the community facilities to cater for this expanding community. The Jetty Road Neighbourhood Activity Centre provides 6,000m2 of retail floorspace, 1000m2 of non-retail commercial floorspace, a 500m2 neighbourhood house, a 1,000m2 site area for childcare/kindergarten. It also contains a two hectare hilltop park. John Mitchell, Mayor City of Greater Geelong

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Teens ready to rise BY DAVID FINLAYSON UP AND coming Bellarine-based band, Rise from Ruin, will be part of a dazzling musical line-up for the All-Ages Tour 2011, at the Potato Shed, this Friday. Rise from Ruin has quickly developed a following around the region since it formed 12 months ago. Three of the group’s five members are from Drysdale, with the others coming from Winchelsea and Highton. Lead singer, James Deller, described the band’s music as “hardcore and metal with

some melodic hardcore”. The group was chosen from a number of Geelong region bands to be part of the AllAges Tour, which is headlined by bands Closure in Moscow, Dream on Dreamer and Awaken I Am. “We’ve played with a number of wellknown bands like At War With Gods,” Dellar said. He said the group liked playing at the Potato Shed because of its acoustics and the stage space to perform with freedom. The group plays regularly in Geelong at the National Hotel and has recently played in

Frankston, Bendigo and Warrnambool. Rise from Ruin is planning to release an album in October to be followed by a tour of the state in November and December. A video will be filmed this month. Dellar said the group planned to become a full-time touring band. The Rise from Ruin line-up includes Deller on vocals; Taz Treloar and Josh Evans on guitar; Mike Jones on bass and Chris Costa on drums. Tickets for Friday’s all ages gig are available at www.oztix.com.au or at the door, if not sold out before hand.

Four members of Bellarine-based band ‘Rise from Ruin’ visited the Potato Shed recently to check out the venue for next Friday’s concert.

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Help us help you THE BELLARINE unit of the State Emergency Service has had a busy year and is looking for new volunteers to help with its vital work. Already this year the unit has attended 136 jobs – including eight road crashes, 40 floods, 14 buildings with water damage and 34 fallen trees. Deputy controller, Rachel Vella, has been a member of the SES for three years and said it provides a great opportunity to service the community. “Being part of the SES is a great way to give something back and to be part of the community, while learning new skills and meeting new people,” she said. “While you are often called out to jobs in all kinds of weather, at all times of the day and night, it is very rewarding to be part of the Bellarine SES.” Vella said although the floods of earlier this year didn’t hit the Bellarine as hard as other parts of the state, the weather had stretched SES resources, but the service had coped well. Volunteers initially become probationary members, Vella said. “For the first three months they undergo basic training which includes safety, communications, fire fighting and familarisation with equipment,” she said. “The next round of training is for general rescue which covers things such as ladders, pulley systems and winches and lifting equipment. They also have to do their first aid training. Then there is optional training which they may elect to do, such as road rescue, chainsaw, storm and water, and a range of other courses.” Bellarine unit controller, Dion Henderson, said the service is always on the lookout for more members. “We are especially seeking people who are available for day time response as it can often be difficult as many people work outside of the area during the day. But we need night time responders as well,” Henderson said. The Bellarine unit is based in Grubb Road, Drysdale and trains on a Thursday evening once a fortnight. People wanting more information should contact the Geelong office on 5226 4771 or visit the SES website www.ses.vic.gov.au

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2 Mayor’s Column 8 Portarlington Focus 18 Queenscliff & Pt Lonsdale in Focus 19 Letters 20 School Holiday Fun 24 Tech Talk 25 Coastal Properties & Surrounds 73 New Home Build 77 A&E - Arts & Entertainment 84 Whats Happening 85 Mind Matters 86 Healthy Living 88 7UDGHV &ODVVLÀHGV 94 Total Sports & Surf Report 95 Golf 98 Fishing ‘My Big Catch’

Community kitchen rules ARE YOU one of the thousands of Australians hooked on My Kitchen Rules, MasterChef or Food Safari? Do you love cooking but find fresh, nutritious produce a little pricey? Would you like to build on your cooking skills? If you answered yes to any of these questions, joining a community kitchen may get your taste buds tingling. A community kitchen is where a group of individuals come together to plan, prepare and cook affordable, nutritious and delicious food. When buying and cooking bulk meals it works out cheaper than when you cook for yourself at home, the cost of a community kitchen meal usually does not exceed $2.50 per serve. Kitchen participants find they are not only

saving money but also time, they report healthier eating habits, have formed new friendships and improved budgeting and recipe modification skills through the community kitchen experience. “I have learnt a lot of new healthy recipes that have become family favourites,” said St Leonards mother of two, Davina Moore. There are a number of community kitchens run by Bellarine Community Health on the Bellarine Peninsula. The St Leonards Community Kitchen, the Portarlington Blokes Cooking Club (with Portarlington Neighbourhood House) and there is a proposed Portarlington Mum’s Kitchen. If you are interested in becoming a participant in one of the above kitchens please phone Sarah on 5258 0814.

Davina Moore is one of the community kitchen participants.

These shoes were made for giving BY DAVID FINLAYSON OCEAN Grove Primary School Grade 4 students set out to collect 450 pairs of used shoes for charity, but they ended up with many, many more! In total, 703 pairs of shoes were collected with the help of students’ families and the community of Ocean Grove over the nine-week school term, just ended. School chaplain Rhonda Stubbings said the number of donated shoes had exceeded all expectations.

“The children have been excited watching the pile of shoes grow,” Stubbings said. “The generosity of the Ocean Grove community has been wonderful.” Stubbings said the shoes were collected for ‘In Your Shoes’, an initiative of six Melbourne University students who provide the shoes to the ‘Kids off the Kerb’ charity. The charity supports disadvantaged and at-risk young people. The Ocean Grove shoes made up a full trailer load when delivered to Melbourne last week.

The students collected the shoes as part of the school’s ‘My Community and Me’ programme where they are encouraged to consider others and their needs. Stubbings said that in addition to knowing the shoes would be put to good use, people who donated were helping the environment. In today’s throwaway world, clothes and shoes make up about eight per cent of waste worldwide, according to In Your Shoes. More than 300 million children worldwide have never had a pair of shoes.

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Drysdale plan Change opens new doors moves ahead

BY DAVID FINLAYSON

A CHANGE of management at the Leopold Indoor Neighbourhood Centre has opened the door to a range of new possibilities for activities at the centre. The Leopold community is being asked to suggest how best to use the centre’s facilities. Newly appointed manager, Karen Binks, is keen to ensure the facilities are available to a wide range of groups and individuals. “The centre needs to be about bringing the community together. It should be a place that the community feels ownership of and uses,� Binks said. “We want suggestions as to how LINC can help do that. There is plenty of room for new uses.� Binks said the centre had been predominantly sports-focused under the previous management, the Life Be In It organisation. “Obviously the sports uses will continue, but there are other possibilities we need to consider. “We can accommodate performance arts, arts and crafts, dance, music, singing, seminars, exhibitions, fundraisers and no doubt many other uses.� Binks said the centre’s facilities included a sports pavilion suitable for sports such as basketball, badminton, volleyball, netball and indoor soccer. There is also a gym which is being expanded over time, a session room and a stage. “If groups are looking for a venue to meet then we may be the place for them,� Binks said. “We do also have access to some of the school facilities.� LINC treasurer, Chris Stepins, said the centre had become a well-established part of the community but that there was scope for the facilities to play an even greater part. He said the facilities were available to people

from across the Bellarine, not just from the Leopold area. The Life Be In It organisation, which managed the centre since it’s inception five

PLANS are moving ahead for a neighbourhood activity centre in the Jetty Road estate at Drysdale. The City of Greater Geelong at its meeting last week agreed to ask the planning minister to approve an amendment to rezone the south-west corner of the land at 148-166 Jetty Road from ‘residential’ to ‘business’. The proposed amendment also includes a clause to allow a shopping centre strip where gaming machines would not be not allowed. The proposed amendment was on public exhibition during April and May resulting in four submissions; none of which objected to the amendment. Planning portfolio councillor, Rod Macdonald, said it was an appropriate site for such a development. “The neighbourhood activity centre provides a designated area for important community services such as a childcare centre, kindergarten and a neighbourhood house as well as shops and office space,� Macdonald said. “Given the growth this area is experiencing, it’s important that we have the community facilities to cater for this expanding community.� The Jetty Road neighbourhood activity centre would provide for 6,000 square metres of retail shops, 1,000 square metres of non-retail commercial, a 500-square metre neighbourhood house, a 1,000-square metre site for a childcare-kindergarten and a two-hectare hill-top park.

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New Leopold Indoor Neighbourhood Centre manager, Karen Binks (centre) and treasurer, Chris Stepins, with fitness class participants Lisbeth Cerasuolo (left) and June Read.

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City examines new kindergarten Rail Trail A PROGRESS report on a new kindergarten and maternal and child health centre for Barwon Heads was considered by the City of Greater Geelong at its monthly meeting last week. Ward councillor Andy Richards said a grant of $1million had been approved by the state government as part of an election commitment towards the development of the new kindergarten at Barwon Heads. He said relocation of the existing kindergarten and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Centre on the Barwon Heads primary school site would

meet with federal and state government policy directions, as well as council’s precinct model of co-location. Richards said it was envisaged that a proposed new kindergarten and maternal and child health centre at the primary school site would include a dual-room kindergarten, consultation room for the MCH and a playgroup and multi-purpose facility for group-based programmes. He said there were challenges associated with the site, including land size, ownership, access and the operations of a complex traffic management

issue, and potential solutions were currently being explored. Council’s community development portfolio councillor, Kylie Fisher, said the existing Barwon Heads kindergarten was inadequate for existing and future service requirements. She said the combined impact of population growth, changes in state government policy in relation to early years services, as well as ageing infrastructure in the area had resulted in the community’s facilities being in need of an urgent upgrade.

A major branch from a Monterey cypress tree in Queenscliff’s Princess Park crushed a picnic table during recent strong winds. The Borough of Queenscliffe has assured residents it is doing all it can to protect people using public parks.

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THE BELLARINE Rail Trail was last week recognised by the City of Greater Geelong. The trail – which has proven a tourist treasure chest for the Bellarine – was noted in the CoGG’s annual report. The trail’s advisory committee was congratulated for a successful year, with the report saying one of the highlights of the committee’s year was the Bellarine Rail Train Fun Run with the Thomas Family Fun Day in March. The day attracted around 1,500 people, with more than 550 children participating in the fun run. The day helped promote the rail trail and encouraged greater use of the community recreation facilities. The report also noted the construction of picnic shelters along the trail, interpretive signage and the sealing of significant sections of the path. It said community groups such as Bellarine Landcare and the Friends of the Bellarine Rail Trail continued to undertake important revegetation and conservation projects along the trail. Councillor and member of the rail trail committee, Rod Macdonald, said the committee’s work ensured the rail trail continued to be a muchloved attraction for locals and tourists. “There is a constant list of jobs to be done to make sure the trail remains a high quality recreation facility, and I thank the committee for all their efforts this past year,” Macdonald said. “The help of local community groups is also crucial to the ongoing improvement of the trail and increased community awareness of its value. “Their annual report shows that the growing popularity of the trail is also helping the region position itself as a cycling destination for people of all abilities.” The Bellarine Rail Trail Advisory Committee is made up of councillors, council officers and representatives from agencies from the community.

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Safe harbour a priority: Neville SHADOW Environment Minister and Member for Bellarine, Lisa Neville, last week used Parliament to call on the State Government to commit to progressing the development of the Portarlington Safe Harbour Project. Neville said the harbour redevelopment – managed and overseen by Parks Victoria – is a priority project for City of Greater Geelong, G21 and residents. “Despite the loud noises made by the then Opposition that this was an important project prior to the election there has been no action, no

meetings, no progress on this project by Minister for the Environment, Ryan Smith – it has dropped off the agenda of the Government,” Neville said. “In fact, I recall that the Liberal Party organised a public meeting with the then Opposition Transport Minister to discuss the Port Safe Harbour. “Promises were made that this would be a priority, that the need for a ferry and a commitment to the ferry and infrastructure would be part of the Liberal Transport policy. “Now in Government the relevant ministers have gone into hiding… the silence is deafening.

“Despite promises in February this year, there has been no meetings, no progress, no statements from anyone in this Government about what is going to happen to this project. “Without the infrastructure upgrade there will be no viable ferry and without this upgrade the growth in the mussel industry will be limited. In fact, without investment the mussel industry will be put in doubt.” Neville said the former Labor Government upgraded the current pier to ensure its life while the project progressed. But the upgrade will be needed

to ensure future access to the pier and the harbour. “The community deserves to know what is happening – they need a commitment to this project from the Government and from this Minister,” she said. “It’s all good and well to tell people things they want to hear before elections – what they want to see is action from the Government. “The redevelopment of the harbour would cater to recreational boaters, fishing and mussel industry, a commuter based ferry and potentially new jobs for the local residents.”

New Lion takes charge THE PORTARLINGTON-DRYSDALE Lions Club inducted its new president, Robert Wilson-Browne, at the changeover dinner at the Portarlington Lions Den recently. Wilson-Browne was inducted by his friend, Camperdown Lion Max Magilton. Outgoing president, Gary Doolan, told the dinner of the range of activities the club undertook during his term. Doolan said there were regular and varied fundraising efforts, including sausage sizzles, the charity garage sale, Portarlington football gate work, car parking at Avalon air show, catering at the Mussel and Celtic festivals, Lions Christmas cakes and the famous Lions crayfish spins.

Doolan said assistance was provided to the Drysdale family fun day at the Potato Shed and to the Bunyip festival. Youth activities included the Australian Youth of the Year Quest; Lions International peace poster competition; the Authors in Schools Programme; sponsoring swimming lessons for handicapped children; and taking eight primary school children to the Lions adventure holiday camp in Gippsland. Donations were made to numerous community and charity groups, Doolan said. A highlight was the sponsoring of a Lions hearing dog to Drysdale’s Helen Campbell. Doolan thanked club members for their hard work and wished Wilson-Browne a successful year ahead.

Outgoing Portarlington-Drysdale Lions Club president Gary Doolan, left, with newly inducted president, Robert Wilson-Browne.

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Writers’ workshop proves a hit A RECENT writers’ workshop at the Portarlington Neighbourhood House was so successful the participants plan to meet again soon to compare progress on their writing projects. Seventeen people, ranging in age from their late teens to in their 70s, from across the Bellarine, received advice and inspiration from a range of guest speakers. The workshop’s co-organiser, Jenny Macaulay, said it was titled Mid Winter Words – A Writers’ Weekend Workshop. “It’s the first time we have run a workshop of this type, but judging by the feedback it’s likely to become an annual event,� Macaulay said. Local journalist and author, Pearl Wilson, who has been running creative writing classes at the neigbourhood house, facilitated the workshop. “The workshop is an off-shoot from the creative writing classes. Guest speakers, many local, spoke on different aspects of writing,� Macaulay said. “The workshop focused mainly on short stories, towards the novel. Aspects of that included

Seventeen aspiring writers from across the Bellarine took part in a workshop recently at the Portarlington Neighbourhood House.

characterisation, dialogue and point-of-view. “Guest speakers gave advice about researching skills – researching history and so on – script writing, publishing and managing time. “People basically demanded that we do something again in about a month where they bring their stories,

or the work they have done, along to another gettogether.â€? Participants went out to dinner at the Port Pier CafĂŠ for Saturday night as part of the weekend to get to know each other better. “It was a great ice-breaker, especially when the karaoke machine was turned on‌ so there were not only writing talents on display, I can tell you,â€? Macaulay laughed. She said females out-numbered males at the workshop. “There were two males. It didn’t matter. After word gets around we expect there will be more males next time,â€? she said. The workshop numbers were limited to 17 to keep it to a manageable size. Macaulay suggested others interested in developing their writing skills should keep their eye on what’s happening at the neighbourhood house. “There will be more of the five-week creative writing courses to come,â€? she said.

News in brief Major fundraiser for house

PORTARLINGTON Neighbourhood House is gearing up for its major fundraiser event for the year – a film-themed trivia night, on August 20, at 7.30. Dress up as your favourite movie star and support your local community house by taking part in a night of fun. Tables of four, six or eight are available. Contact the house on 5259 2290 for more information or to book.

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You can bank on it BY ELEANOR WOODS ANGLESEA and District Community Bank (Bendigo Bank) has joined forces with the Aireys Festival of Words as the key sponsor for a special literary dinner event. Festival chairperson Anne Dansick said she was thrilled with the partnership. “It is support like this that makes the festival happen,” she said. “We are very happy the bank has come on board. “The festival is all about supporting the community and getting the community’s input.” The Anglesea and District Community Bank (Bendigo Bank) Festival Dinner event, at the Aireys Inlet Community Hall on Saturday, August 20, will

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be a two-course meal by the award-winning Maple Tree Restaurant with wines by Bellbrae Estate. “There will be music and readings and special guests. It will be fantastic,” Dansick said. Anglesea and District Community Bank’s Shane Madden was pleased to be on board. “The Aireys Inlet community really supports our business so we are happy to support them through events like this,” Madden said. “Not only is this festival rated very highly, it also supports local infrastructure and local business by bringing more people to restaurants, accommodation and the area in general. “We are glad to be supporting it.” For more information or to book visit www. aireysinlet.com/words

Getting festive – the Aireys Inlet community is getting creative, making decorative totem poles for the up and coming Aireys Festival of Words. Pictured with the poles, from left to right, are Noel Jenkinson, Cathern Jenkinson, Dianne Leslie, Margaret Scott and Graham Scott.

Festival fun for Aireys BY ELEANOR WOODS

The community bank’s Shane Madden and the festival’s Anne Dansick.

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THE SURF Coast community is preparing to be swept away by intrigue, imagination, facts and fun, when the Aireys Festival of Words comes to life next month. Community members are busy preparing for the festival, adding the final touches that make the weekend event ‘spectacular’. Dianne Leslie is organising colourful and imaginatively painted totem poles to be placed around the town during the event, which runs from August 19 to 21. “We wanted to do something colourful and creative that provokes a bit of interest and

contributes to the festival feel,” she said. “So, we are wrapping Aireys in words.” Anyone can contribute to the colour by creating their own totem pole out of plastic piping and paint. “It’s pretty simple but quite effective… we are going to put them up all over town,” Leslie said. ‘They can have pictures, words, poems, anything people want.” More than 50 of the totem poles, which range from 1.5 to 2.4 metres high, will be seen in the hall precinct, the shopping centres and other key places in town. Visit www.aireysinlet.com.au/words to learn more or get involved.

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Central Walk in Drysdale is a 200-lot boutique estate, a stoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s throw from the heart of town. See pages 28 and 29 of this edition of the Surf Coast Times to learn more.

New address offers nothing but the best LUXURY, lifestyle and location combine to present the Bellarine Peninsulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exclusive new residential address, Central Walk Drysdale. Positioned just 200 metres from central Drysdale, this boutique 200-lot community boasts a rare opportunity to purchase land within the heart of the town centre. Central Walk estate will be positioned within walking distance to many amenities, including Drysdale Primary School and Christian College Bellarine Campus, as well as childcare and preschool providers. Residents will also be a short stroll away from a number of shops and retail facilities including popular cafĂŠs and restaurants such as The Zoo and the historic Drysdale Hotel, as well as Woolworths and a forthcoming Aldi supermarket. Open space and greenery will feature prominently at Central Walk, and residents will enjoy the spoils of an extensive linear park, wetlands and central reserve, all fully landscaped with boardwalks, sandstone retaining walls and viewing platforms. Stage one at Central Walk is now available, featuring a quality selection of generous blocks averaging 600sqm and some as large as 800sqm and offering fantastic views over the

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European style and comfort right in the heart of the city IT IS an exciting experience for kids and families alike when they visit Geelong’s own European style kids clothing store in the heart of the city. The Lion and the Unicorn is an exciting designer children’s wear store that is showing off the latest children’s fashions, and are very excited to celebrate their first birthday with great savings to you. The European-style boutique has the latest imported clothes from topquality Polish designers, bringing Coccodrillo, Bartek and Wojcik, labels that are available exclusively here in Australia at The Lion and the Unicorn. Never before has there been such a range of European clothing for children available in Geelong. The fun and funky Coccodrillo and Wojcik clothing ranges are well known overseas for modern, colourful, high quality and fashion forward designs for kids of all ages.

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What are the odds? BY RODD BUDGE

STOP turning up to work and eventually someone will stop paying you. That is the often stark reality for many Australians facing extended periods of illness and injury. It gives a deeper meaning to the phrase, ‘work to live’. Because your home, car, groceries, clothing and your children’s education all depend on your income, the loss of that income due to an inability to work can cause serious financial hardship. A recent survey by ‘Dun & Bradstreet Consumer Expectations Survey of 15 July 2009’ found that the current savings of 50 per cent of middle-income Australians will not last more than 30 days.

Put simply, income protection insurance can safeguard your required regular cash-flow in the event that you are injured or sick and unable to work. Most income protection plans pay a monthly benefit of up to 75 per cent of your normal salary. This can provide peace of mind for you and your family in the event that anything unforeseen happens. Every year thousands of Australians make income protection claims. It could be for something as simple as breaking your arm and not being able to work for three-months. It may be a claim for something more serious such as a longer-term illness that may mean you will not be able to work

for a long time or ever again. According to the ‘Australian Bureau of Statistics, Work Related Injuries 2005/2006’ the average income protection claim for males is 10 months and for females the claim period is 11 months. It may be prudent not to rely solely on any accumulated sick leave, and if you are self employed you do not get any, except out of your own pocket. Workers’ Compensation may also be a limited benefit. From July 2005 to July 2006, 6.4 per cent of working people sustained a workplace related injury or illness. Of these, only 31 per cent received financial assistance through workers’ compensation. The sad fact is that a family in the highest income group

It’s that time of the year again WITH the end of the financial year here, tax commissioner, Michael D’Ascenzo, has reminded Australia’s 12.6 million taxpayers that tax time has begun. “Now is the time for people who prepare their own tax returns to start getting their tax affairs in order so that they can lodge by the October 31 deadline,” he said. “The quickest and easiest way to lodge is online using e-tax, the ATO’s free lodgement service.” “E-tax is available to download free of charge from our website at www.ato.gov. au and is the popular choice for nearly 2.5 million people each year. “As well as built-in checks, calculators and guides, e-tax gives you the option to prefill your return with information provided to the ATO by third parties including payment

summaries, government payments such as pensions and allowances, bank interest and private health insurance details. “Government and third party information to pre-fill your return will be available to download progressively from July 1. You can subscribe to an alerts service within e-tax which will let you know when your personal information becomes available.”

Other ways to lodge Lodging with TaxPack TaxPack 2011, will be available from July 1 at Australian Taxation Office shopfronts, most newsagencies, online through the publication ordering system on the ATO website or by phoning our automated publication ordering service on 1300 720 092.

Lodging over the phone If you have simple tax affairs you may be eligible to lodge your tax return over the phone. Simply complete the Short tax return 2011 and then lodge it by calling 13 28 65. Lodging through a registered tax agent If you are using a registered tax agent for the first time or using a different tax agent from last year you need to contact them by October 31, 2011. Visit www.tpb.gov.au or call the Tax Practitioners Board on 1300 362 829 to check your tax agent is registered.

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Rodd Budge Financial planner and Representative of Bendigo Financial Planning, a part of the Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Group. This information is of a general nature only and not intended to provide technical nor detailed advice. Information in this article is based on information believed to be accurate and reliable at the time of publication. You should seek individual advice regarding your personal situation.

Warning from Symond FOUNDER and executive chairman of Aussie Home Loans, John Symond, has called for the Reserve Bank to not increase official interest rates at today’s monthly meeting. “There are many reasons why the Reserve Bank should not lift rates, perhaps the most important being the fact that the non-mining economy is slowing, with retail sales and consumer confidence down,” he said. “We are currently seeing a two-speed economy and many non-mining industry sectors are suffering. As a result, one or two more rate rises could well tip Australia into recession.” Symond said the current debt crisis in Europe and softening economic conditions were also concerning Australians, who in response had lifted their savings rate. “Many Australians are worried about their job security and are not spending money, while the spectre of new taxes is also hanging over them,” he added. Symond suggested home owners and credit card holders should investigate their own financial situation and seek to more closely manage their mortgages and credit cards to further shore up their financial security.

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Friday from 22nd July 6pm to 9pm During school term Cost: $5.00 per week in house activities, external excursions approx $15.00

PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN CHESS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN Tuesday 3.45pm from 19th July Member Fee: $2.00 per 1 hour session Non Member: $3.50

YOGA DANCE (5-10 year olds)

Monday 4.30pm from 18th July Member Fee: $77.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $87.00

FOR PRESCHOOLERS MUSIC AND MOVEMENT WITH JO (1 ½ -3 year olds) Monday 9.15am from 18th July Member Fee: $92.00 10x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $102.00 10x¾ hour sessions

MUSIC AND MOVEMENT WITH JO (3-5 year olds) Monday 10.15am from 18th July Member Fee: $92.00 10x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $102.00 10x¾ hour sessions

PLAYGROUP (0-5 year olds)

Tuesday 9.30am from 19th July or Friday 9.30am from 22nd July Member Fee: $30.00 per child, for one day per week, $45.00 per child for two days per week. 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $40.00 per child, for one day per week, $55.00 per child for two days per week. Member Family rate: 2 children or more $50 per term one day a week or $70 for two days per week

SINGLE PARENTS PLAYGROUP (0-5 year olds)

Tuesday 1.30pm from 19th July Member Fee: $30.00 per child for 10x11/2 hour sessions Non Member: $40.00

3 YEAR OLD PLAYGROUP

Tuesday 11.15am from 19th July Member Fee: $40.00 9x2 hour sessions Non Member: $50.00 9x2 hour sessions Tutor: Lisa Davis

YOGA DANCE

(3-5 year olds) Wednesday 10.30am from 20th July or Thursday 2.15pm from 21st July Member Fee: $97.00 10x ¾ hour sessions Non Member: $107.00 10x ¾ hour sessions

NATIONALLY RECOGNISED TRAINING CERTIFICATE III IN AGED CARE (CHC30208) AND HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE (CHC30308).

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 6pm- 10pm, and Saturdays 9am – 3pm, starting 18th July. Fee: $990.00 (funded) Concession: $607.50 (course fee includes First Aid Level II, food handling, text book and membership) Payment plans available for this course. Clients may be entitled to parent return to earnings or centrelink entitlements to complete this course. RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE MODULES (CHC30308) Saturday 9am from 23rd July Member Fee: $200.00 10x5 hour sessions Non Member: $210.00 RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre

CERTIFICATE III IN CHILDRENS SERVICES

Information Session: Thursday at 6pm on 14th July. This course will run 20 weeks x 12 hours ( plus 80 hours of placement) on Thursdays 6pm- 10pm and Saturdays 9am – 4pm starting on Thursday 21st July Fee: $895.00 Concession: $602.50 RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

WORKPLACE FIRST AID LEVEL 1

Saturday 9.00am on 13th August Member Fee: $85.00 1x7 hour sessions Non Member: $95.00 1x7 hour sessions RTO: National First Aid

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WORKPLACE FIRST AID LEVEL 2

Saturday 9.00am on 13th and 20th August Member Fee: $90.00 (funded) or $150.00 (unfunded) 2x7 hour sessions Non Member: $100.00 (funded) or $160.00 (Unfunded) 2x7 hour sessions RTO: National First Aid

CPR UPDATE

Saturday 9.00am on 13th August Member Fee: $60.00 1x3 hour session Non Member: $70.00 1x3 hour session RTO: National First Aid

ANAPHYLAXIS AND EPI-PEN TRAINING Wednesday 7pm on 17th August Member Fee: $65.00 1x2½ hour session Non Member: $75.00 1x2½ hour session RTO: National First Aid

BASIC FOOD SAFETY (Follow Workplace Hygiene Procedures)

Saturday 9am on 3rd September Member Fee: $85.00 (funded) 1x7 hour sessions Non Member: $95.00 1x7 hour session RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

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BELLY DANCING

All levels Wednesday 1 pm from 3rd August Member Fee: $87.00 8x1¼ hour sessions Non Member: $97.00 8x1¼ hour sessions

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE (including upper back, shoulders, neck and face.)

Wednesday 4pm from 27th July Friday 4pm from 29th July Member Fee: $15.00 per session Non Member: $25.00 per session

CORE STRENGTH CLASS

COMPUTERS FOR THE NOT-SO-TERRIFIED! (Intermediate computers)

Tuesday 1pm from 26th July or Wednesday 6.30pm from 27th July Member Fee: $90.00 (funded) 8x2½ hour sessions Non Member: $100.00 8x2½ hour sessions

COMPUTER DROP IN

Thursday 1pm from 21st July (by appointment only) Fee: Gold Coin per session 10x2 hour sessions

BOOK CLUB

Wednesday 2.00pm from 20th July Fee: $10.00 per week 10x 1 hour sessions (Includes bus and entry to pool) Venue: Wallington Aquatic Centre

BEGINNERS TAI CHI /QI GONG

Wednesday 11.30am from 3rd August Member Fee: $74.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $104.00 8x1 hour sessions

TAI CHI CONTINUING

Monday 6pm from 18th July Member Fee: $92.00 10x1 hour sessions Non Member: $102.00 10x1 hour sessions

“MOOD” SUPPORT GROUP

Thursday 10am from 21st July Member Fee: $2.00 per week Non Member: $3.50 per week

BLOOD GROUP DIET FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING

DIGITAL SLR CAMERA COURSE

Tuesday 7pm from 2nd August Member Fee: $75.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $85.00 4x2 hour sessions

HEALTH & WELLBEING

COMMON TOXIC CHEMICALS MAKING YOU SICK

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PILATES

Thursday 6pm from 21st July Member Fee: $80.00 10x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 10x¾ hour sessions

BEGINNERS GOLF

HEAVENLY FACIALS

ARTS AND CRAFTS SCRAPBOOKING WORKSHOPS

Saturday 1pm on 23rd July and / or Saturday 1pm on 27th August and /or Saturday 1pm on 24th September Member Fee: $10 for each 1x4 hours session Non Member: $15 for each 1x4 hour session

BEGINNERS DRAWING

Friday 1pm from 2nd September Member Fee: $60.00 4x2 hour session Non Member: $70.00 4x2 hour session

LINO PRINTING

Monday 10am from 22nd August Member Fee: $75.00 5x1 hour sessions Non Member: $85.00 5x1 hour sessions Venue: OG Golf Club

Friday 1pm from 12th August Member Fee: $40.00 3x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $50.00

GOLF CLINIC

DECORATIVE CANVAS PAINTING FOR THE CREATIVELY CHALLENGED.

Monday 12noon on 19th September Member Fee: $35.00 1x1½ hour session Non Member: $45.00 1x1½ hour session Venue: OG Golf Club

SCRABBLE

Monday 1pm from 18th July Member Fee: $2.00 per week x 8 sessions Non Member: $3.50 per week x 8 sessions

CHESS GROUP

Tuesday 7pm from 19th July Member Fee: $2.00 per session 10x2 hours Non Member: $3.50 per session 10x2 hours

INTERMEDIATE GERMAN

Monday 9am from 18th July Member Fee: $150.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $160.00 8x 1½ hour sessions Tutor: Louise Stanley

INTERMEDIATE FRENCH

Monday 10.30am from 18th July Member Fee: $150.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $160.00 10x1½ hour sessions

TERM 3 ITALIAN

Monday 1.30pm from 18th July Member Fee: $150.00 10x 1½ hour sessions Non Member: $160.00 10x 1½ hour sessions

ADVANCED ITALIAN

Monday 3pm from 18th July Member Fee: $150.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $160.00 10x1½ hour sessions

COOKING CLASSES

Thursday 1pm on 22nd September Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

PEACE OF MIND & BODY YOGA

Monday 2pm from 18th July Member Fee: $2.00 per week x 8 sessions Non Member: $3.50 per week x 8 sessions

VEGETARIAN COOKING FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING

YOGA

Wednesday 9.30am from 20th July or Wednesday 6.30pm from 20th July Member Fee: $115.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $125.00 10x1½ hour sessions

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Tuesday 6pm from 19th July or Tuesday 7.30pm from 19th July Member Fee: $115.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $125.00 10x1½ hour sessions

This group meets every fourth Monday of every month at 7pm.

Wednesday 1pm on 14th September Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

Wednesday 1pm on 21st September Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

Thursday 7pm from 25th August Member Fee: $86.00 5x 1½ hour sessions Non Member: $96.00 5x 1½ hour sessions

CREATIVE WRITING

OUTDOOR GROUP EXERCISE

Wednesday 1pm on 7th September Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL

LOVE’N LIGHT SINGING GROUP

Wednesday 1pm from 27th July or Thursday 7.15pm from 28th July Member Fee: $74.00 4x2 hour session Non Member: $84.00 4x2 hour session

Wednesday 1pm on 31st August Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

Monday 7pm from 29th August Member Fee: $80.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 4x2 hour sessions

Monday 7.30pm from 18th July Member Fee: $2.00 per week Non Member: $3.50 per week

Monday 11.15am from 18th July Member Fee: $7.00 per week 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 per week

GENTLE, LOW IMPACT EXERCISE

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP

Monday 7pm from 1st August Member Fee: $80.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 4x2 hour sessions

SWAN BAY QUILTERS

Sunday 5.30pm fortnightly from 16th July Member Fee: $7.00 per 2½ hour session Non Member: $10.00 per 2½ hour session

Thursday 9.00am from 21st July Member Fee: $7.00 per week 10x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 per week

COMPUTER CLASSES

Wednesday 9.30am from 27th July Member Fee: $70.00 (funded) 8x2 hour sessions Non Member: $80.00 8x2 hour sessions

Monday 9.30am from 18th July Member Fee: $2.50 per week 8x2½ hour Non Member: $3.50 per week 8x2½ hour

TUMMY, HIPS & THIGHS CIRCUIT

WATER AEROBICS

COMPUTERS FOR THE TERRIFIED! (Beginners)

UFOs (UNFINISHED OBJECTS)

GENERAL INTEREST

Friday 10am from 22nd July Member Fee: $11.50 per 1 hour session Non Member: $15.00 per 1 hour session

COMPUTERS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS

Friday 1pm on 5th August Member Fee: $20.00 1x2 hours Non Member: $30.00 1x2 hours

Tuesday 9.00am from 19th July Member Fee: $7.00 per week 10x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 per week

Wednesday 6pm on 31st August Member Fee: $50.00 1x4 hour session Non Member: $60.00 RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

Tuesday 9.30am from 26th July or Tuesday 9.30am from 23rd August Member Fee: $60.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $70.00 4x2 hour sessions

QUILLING FOR BEGINNERS

Tuesday 1pm from 13th September Member Fee: $30.00 2x2 hour session Non Member: $40.00 2x2 hour session

Monday 12 noon from 18th July Member Fee: $150.00 10x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $160.00 10x1½ hour sessions

CHEESE MAKING WORKSHOPS

Saturday 10am on 30th July or Saturday 10am on 10th September (Type of cheese to be advised) Member Fee: $105.00 1x 6 hour Non Member: $115.00

COOKING FOR BLOKES

Wednesday 6.30pm from 7th September Member Fee: $60.00 2x2 hour sessions Non Member: $70.00

ADVANCED VIETNAMESE COOKING Wednesday 6.30pm 27th July Member Fee: $30.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $40.00 1x2 hour session

ADVANCED THAI COOKING

Wednesday 6.30pm 24th August Member Fee: $30.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $40.00 1x2 hour session

ASIAN VEGETARIAN COOKING

Wednesday 6.30pm 10th August Member Fee: $30.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $40.00 1x2 hour session

VEGETARIAN COOKING FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING Wednesday 1pm on 21st September Member Fee: $28.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $38.00 1x2 hour session

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Students’ snappy tips STUDENTS from Geelong Lutheran College at Mount Duneed took part in a one-day Moran Arts Foundation photographic workshop last week. The college was selected to host a workshop from more than 1,000 vying schools across Australia. A class of 30 students were each loaned a digital camera to use for the day as they received advice from professional photographer Nicole Jackson. Jackson said the workshop focused on the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prizes 2011 theme of ‘contemporary life in Australia’. “The workshops provide an amazing visual insight into the child’s perception of their world, their friends, their school community and what matters to them,” Jackson said. “The children have such a sense of achievement and pride in the photos they produce; it’s a very rewarding day.” College teacher, Sally Wood, said the students welcomed the chance to have a ‘hands-on’ photographic expert visit the school. “One of the things they are learning is what makes an interesting picture,” Wood said. Jackson said students were taught how to use a camera, frame and compose a photograph and other creative and technical aspects of photography. The students chose photographs taken during the workshop to enter into the 2011 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prizes competition. Previous student photographic works from around Australia can be viewed at www. moranprizes.com.au

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Lutheran College students, from left, Ammalyse Palladini and Abeni Braun receive advice from professional photographer, Nicole Jackson, during the workshop last week.

MOTHER-DAUGHTER duo Kerri and Georgia Mellross are the new owners of Torquay store The Room Inside. Kerri recently bought the store to pursue her passion for pretty things and Year 12 student Georgia is her helper. According to Kerri, the gift shop, on Torquay’s Pearl Street, was an ideal fit for the pair. “I had looked at a few businesses around town but this one was right up my alley,” she said. “It has so many beautiful things and a lovely French feel. There are many modern stores in Torquay, which are lovely, but this shop has a real point of difference. There is nothing else like it. “We want to grow the romantic side of the store and will slowly be changing a few things to make it our own. “We are also keen to bring in more locally produced gifts or art.” The Room Inside is open every day during the school holidays.

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Twin ramps make access easy for all VISITORS to Queenscliffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s iconic pier can now enjoy twin beach-to-pier access ramps designed to make a walk along the pier and onto the beach easier for everyone. Chief Ranger for Port Phillip and Westernport, Graeme Davis, said the beach access ramps are part of a staged $2million project to reconstruct the popular pier. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The upgrade includes a new sand-coloured concrete deck, which opened in April, and the addition of the twin beach-to-pier access ramps,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Improving visitor access to the pier with the new ramps and lighting means that everyone can enjoy walking, fishing, a dusk time stroll or just sitting and relaxing on Queenscliff pier. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Importantly, the $80,000 ramps give new access to the pier for those walking along the foreshore from either the ferry terminal or Princes Park.â&#x20AC;? Davis said the access ramps are a gentle slope which a toddler or elderly person will easily manage, particularly with the added feature of a non-slip, fibre glass surface designed to withstand the tough coastal conditions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Works were scheduled during the quieter autumn months to minimise inconvenience to pier visitors,â&#x20AC;? Davis said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;$1.5million upgrade works completed last year on both sides of the historic waiting shed has already brought 200 metres of Queenscliff Pier back to its historic best. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Together, the two stages represent a $2million investment in one of Victoriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best loved piers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Further works to build a 35-metre ramp to the historic lifeboat shed and replace timbers underneath the waiting shed will continue through the winter. Visitors can continue to access the pier throughout these works.â&#x20AC;?

Queenscliff Library NEW OPENING HOURS Effective 2 July 2011. Monday 1:30pm -5:00pm Tuesday 1:30pm-5:00pm Wednesday 10:00am-5:00pm Thursday 10:00am-5:00pm Friday 10:00am-5:00pm Saturday 9:30am-12:00noon Sunday CLOSED

Exhibition with passion BY DAVID FINLAYSON AFTER 30 years of painting, artist Di King still paints most days and enjoys escaping to her studio to work. Her new exhibition of 20 works opens next weekend at Queenscliffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seaview Gallery, and King said it is important to paint with passion and from the heart. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My style has changed over the years, as most artists do, but I still enjoy painting,â&#x20AC;? King said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve gone through phases; painting horses,

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of oils, with an impressionistic style. King said she enjoys working with the colours and lighting of the Australian landscape, but her portfolio also features nude and draped figures. The Gippsland-based artist has collected a number of awards over the years, including the Australian Art Excellence Award gold medal from the Australian Guild of Realist Artists. The exhibition runs July 9 to July 25 at Seaview Gallery, 86 Hesse Street, Queenscliff. Opening drinks with the artist will be 2-4pm this Saturday.

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Tuesday 5 July 2011

Surely this project must stop Dear Editor, I’m writing in response to your Bellarine Times front page article (Vol 4. 25) on the proposed subdivision of our open reserve in the Kingston Estate. I recently purchased property opposite this reserve and was furious to read that Jason Corless, the spokesman for Shell Road Developments, says that the fact residents had been mislead when buying property “had not been justified”. I, along with a number of neighbours I have spoken with, specifically asked Wallington Real Estate (an umbrella company of Shell Road Developments) whether this reserve would ever be built on. I was told that “it would always remain an open grassed reserve and that houses would never be built here due to flooding issues”. If Shell Road Developments believe this cannot be justified, why did they admit to advising Wallington Real estate to say such things when selling land in a recent preliminary VCAT tribunal hearing a number of residents attended? Furthermore, why have I got a glossy promotional flyer that clearly marks this land as ‘Reserve’. Why can everyone else but Shell Road Developments see they have an ethical obligation to look after those of us who have invested heavily when purchasing land in this area based on advice given by them. Go develop the countless acres of land you own behind us. When I see all the families, dog owners, and fitness groups that regularly use this great community asset, surely I’m not alone in saying this purely greed-driven project must not go ahead. Paul Hosie Ocean Grove

Reserve must not be built on Dear Editor, We are part of the Ocean Grove residents who are fighting at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) to prevent developers building on land fronting Oakdean Boulevard that we were told would remain a ‘reserve’. We have relocated from central Victoria and extensively researched before buying a block of land opposite the reserve. We paid premium price based on the assurances from the real estate agent (which is directly connected to the developers) that the open space was a reserve and would never be built on. I find it insulting that Jason Corless (spokesman for the developer ) stated that claims residents had been misled when buying land in the area had “not been able to be justified at this stage” (‘Reserved?’, Bellarine Times, June 21). In fact, at a mediation (which I found to be anything but mediatory) the representative for the developers admitted that buyers were told that the area would never be built on.

Jason Corless went on to say that ‘‘retaining basins planned for the area under an old flood plan to alleviate downstream issues in Collendina were no longer”. For anyone considering buying a block of land in this reserve we would seriously caution. After heavy rains there is considerable flooding, and we haven’t experienced winter yet. Is this to be another Collendina problem? Who do we trust to protect our lifestyle and our rights? We should be able to trust our Geelong Council representatives to protect us from the ‘money grabbing’ behaviour of developers, otherwise who can we trust? Councils represent all people, not just the developers. The reserve is invaluable for the use of residents throughout the area for recreational purposes. Some nearby residents were astonished to learn that it was to be built on. They had no knowledge of the development and admitted that they too had chosen to buy where they did because of the reserve being so close for use. The reserve is used regularly because it is away from the lake and a safer option. Stop the development and keep the reserve!

Mayoral direct election a bad move Dear Editor, I write to voice my opposition to the proposed direct election for the office of mayor in the City of Greater Geelong. This issue is not on the local political radar and the State Government has not even consulted citizens in my area – the nearest listening post was in Ocean Grove. In the future, if a resident wants to stand for mayor good luck and pots of money will be the prerequisites as he or she will need around $250,000 to have a chance against candidates backed by business groups. With a business-led council the priorities would change and I see aged care, children’s services and other human services missing out. If the State Government wants a direct election for mayor is it also supporting the same process for election of the premier and prime minister? Let’s not go the American way of politics where only the rich can stand for public office.

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If ever readers of this column wanted to get a complete overview of the powerful and deceitful corporate activities linked to climate denialism I suggest they read Merchants of Doubt; an acclaimed chronicle of how industry and a cabal of well-paid scientists have run effective campaigns to mislead the public and deny well established scientific knowledge for decades. The present campaign by the Tobacco industry claiming proposed plain packaging is akin to creating a nanny state is just one example of an industry with no scruples and placing profit before lives. What a surprise that the same group of scientists employed by tobacco giants were also involved with stalling tactics for acid rain, CFC’s and the ozone hole and climate change. Some Australians are easily duped and serve as willing pawns in this. Greg Davies’ comments regarding the carbon tax where he suggests 90 per cent of the country will be out of work don’t stand up to even primary school scrutiny. Indeed, nothing could be further from the truth with a carbon price likely boosting renewable energy in Australia and with it many new jobs; it being the fastest growing energy sector worldwide. Globally, a price on carbon is inevitable. After almost 20 years of dithering in Australia, this legislation will be Australia’s first real policy effort to tackle a growing human-induced climate change disaster. It’s time to get on with it.

Dear Editor, In response to Caroline Hawkins from the Surf Coast Energy Group (Surf Coast Times, June 21), may I say that she parrots the propaganda of the climate change zealots. Most crucially, she repeats the mantra that “only the top 1,000 emitters… will be taxed and we, the public, will be compensated for the subsequent rises in electricity costs”. This is the truth of how a Carbon Tax will actually work: One thousand large companies, critically including electricity generators, will be whacked with a big new tax. These companies will simply increase the price of their products, including electricity, to make up for the tax they pay. Smaller companies – indeed, anyone whose product will be more expensive due to the tax – will also increase the cost of their products. A small percentage of the public on low incomes will be offered some compensation – amount unknown, length of compensation unknown. The vast majority of individuals and families will not see one cent in compensation. Meanwhile, the “top 1,000 emitters” will continue to emit with gay abandon! Exactly how any of this will reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, is completely incomprehensible. One thing it will undoubtedly achieve. It will increase the cost of living at a time when many people are struggling financially.

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BY GAIL CHRISFIELD DURING WINTER, getting the kids interested in playing outside is challenging for most parents. Geelong’s Awesome Playgrounds can help by providing an alternative to little ones running amok throughout the house. “Winter is the perfect time to buy and install a cubby house to provide children with a dry undercover play area in their own backyard,” explains owner Jo Murphy-Hennig. “We offer seven base cubby models, which can all be customised in hundreds of different ways to entice even the most housebound child outside. “Customers can choose from a range of sizes, roof colours and elevations with the option to have their cubby stained or unstained. “A range of accessories is also available, including decorative flags and play features such as slides, binoculars, telescopes, telephones, steering wheels and the like. “Parents and their little ones can check out our range of cubby houses and other play equipment by visiting our outdoor display centre.” During July, Awesome Playgrounds is offering 10 per cent off the retail price of any base cubby model

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ordered and paid for in full for delivery by the end of August. Surf Coast and Bellarine Times locals are also eligible for free delivery upon presentation of the Awesome Playgrounds advertisement in this newspaper. All cubby houses feature sustainable timber in their construction. They are naturally decay and termite resistant, which eliminates the need to treat them with toxic chemicals. Awesome Playgrounds also offers a cubby installation service to save customers a lot of hard work and effort. Its popularity should come as no surprise to most parents! As Australia’s largest children’s play equipment supplier, Awesome Playgrounds provides an extensive product range that, in addition to cubbies, includes playgrounds, swings, monkey bars, trampolines, slides, sandpits, accessories and even pet housing. All products are competitively priced, quality made to meet Australian safety standards and come complete with warranties. Check out the company’s products by visiting the website www.awesomeplaygrounds.com.au or visiting the outdoor display centre on the corner of Gordon Avenue and Pakington Street.

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MELBOURNE Aquarium is giving visitors the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come face to face with an ocean giant – a 4.5 metre long Great hammerhead shark, frozen in time. Housed in a specially-designed refrigerated unit, the great hammerhead is on the second leg of an Asia-Pacific tour promoting shark conservation. Stand in awe of this incredible animal and learn about one of the most unique species of shark swimming in Australia’s oceans. The Hammerhead is one of the most recognisable shark species in the world. Its most famous feature is its uniquely hammer-shaped head – which gives this amazing aquatic animal some very special abilities. Hammerheads have an in-built GPS-type function, and can detect the magnetic fields of the earth. It uses this ability to cross large stretches of ocean and return to exactly the same reef it started from. Although formidable hunters, these animals are endangered, making the need to educate the world about the conservation of them extremely important, to ensure that great hammerheads will continue to roam the ocean forever. Don’t miss your opportunity to walk next to an ocean giant. For further information, visit www.melbourneaquarium.com.au

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Enjoy free fun in Central Geelong LOTS OF fun and free things are happening in Geelong these winter holidays. The Fun Guide lists all free activities on offer in Central Geelong and features special offers and discounts from Central Geelong businesses including discount meals at local cafes and restaurants and special offers to attractions. Here are a few ideas... Crafting Food, on July 11, at Ekko Creatives. Create your very own rainbow necklace, make a

sweet cupcake fridge magnet or create your own place-mat using textile makers. Design and Sculpt Your Own Clay Car, on July 7 and 14, at Ford Discovery Centre. Draw and design your own car just like the professionals, then sculpt this design out of clay which you can take home. AFL Mascot Manor Handball Competition, on

July 11 and 15 July, at Westfield Geelong. This interactive event gives kids the opportunity to compete for the team of their choice in a fast paced handball competition. Eye Spy – Children’s Tours, on July 6 and 13, at Geelong Gallery. Follow the Art Sleuth through the Geelong Gallery to hunt for clues and uncover the hidden secrets of the wonderful world of art. For children aged 4-8yrs.

Superhero Tournament on, July 7, at Geelong Library. Come dressed up as your favourite superhero and compete against other superheroes in this fun-filled challenge. There are plenty of other great, free activities on offer throughout the school holidays. Go to www. centralgeelong.com.au/central-geelong-schoolholiday-fun to learn more.

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Fly in the Otways

A great way to spend time with the kids these school holidays is to take the family to the only rainforest canopy walk and zip line tour in Victoria. ARE stuck for things to do with the kids these school holidays? Why not visit the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk. The tree top walk is a 600 metre long, 25 metre high elevated tree top walk ascending at a gentle grade through a magnificent stand of cool temperate rainforest featuring myrtle beech, blackwood and mountain ash trees. The Otway Fly Tree Top Walk is also the longest and highest walk of its kind in the world and is able to withstand 280km/hr winds.

This exciting adventure lasts three hours and is unlike any other experience. We recommend pre booking the Zip Line Tour via the Otway Fly Tree Top Adventures website. Otway Fly Tree Top Adventures it is located in the Colac Otway Shire municipality of Weeaprioniah and is a 2.5 hour drive inland from Melbourne and 50 minutes from the coastal town of Apollo Bay. Book your Zip Line Tour and Tree Top Walk today by calling 1800 300 477 or visit www.otwayflytreetopadventures.com.au for more details.

For the adventurer, a 45 metre high lookout is ascended via a spiral stairway through the understory to emerge amongst the crowns of the giants of the forest. Zip lining is the perfect adrenalin fuelled activity where you can zip across the treetops in this unique forest experience, gaining a bird’s-eye view of the stunning Otway forest. The Zip Line Tour involves traversing from one platform to another connected by tree platforms called ‘cloud stations’, attached to steel cable suspended up to 30 metres above the forest floor.

Top ten things to do these school holidays - Go to the snow! Check out some of Victoria’s ‘coolest’ places. - Read a book – immerse yourself in a good tale. - Make soup together – it’s healthy, fresh and fun. - Collect wood and make a fire together

(in a safe and supervised situation) - Take the family to the swimming pool and enjoy the water. - Colour in - use the picture in this week’s Surf Coast and Bellarine Times or draw your own. - Rug up and go for a walk on one of the

Surf Coast or Bellarine’s lovely beaches. - Play a board game. - Ask each other questions and learn something new about each member of your family. - Make an indoor cubby. Use blankets, chairs or event the dining room table. Otway Fly Tree Top adventures – one location, two adventures.

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Treat the family to an eco adventure like no other by experiencing Victoria’s only Zip Line Tour or roam amongst ancient tree and plant life on the world famous Treetop Walk. Don’ forget to visit our Prehistoric Path. Located less than 1.5 hours from Geelong (inland). Present this voucher for 10% OFF Family admission to the Treetop Walk (2adults, 2children), each additional child is FREE these school holidays. Valid to 31 July. Call us or check out our website for further information or to book your Zip Line Tour

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Enjoy Kung Fu fun KUNG FU Panda is a laugh-out-loud family flick which is enjoyable for the entire family – no matter what age you are. In the Valley of Peace, Po the Panda found himself chosen as the Dragon Warrior despite the fact that he was obese and a complete novice at martial arts. In the follow up movie, Kung Fu Panda 2, Po joins forces with a group of new kung-fu masters to take on an old enemy who has a deadly new weapon. What’s so good about this follow up flick, is that it’s not a just another retread of the original, but an energetic and outrageous extension. Po (Jack Black), who is now Dragon Warrior, and the rest of the funny, oddball crew – Tigress (Angelina Jolie), Mantis (Seth Rogen), Monkey (Jackie Chan), Viper (Lucy Liu) and Crane (David Cross) – offer the audience new opportunities for laughter. The Chinese kingdom is at risk of being conquered by the evil peacock Lord Shen (Gary Oldman), and it is up to the crazy, quirky martial arts animals to stop him in his tracks.

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Tuesday 5 July 2011

Time to recycle the mobile?

By Enzo Raimondo, CEO REIV

Winter or spring? IT IS traditionally the case that auction volumes reduce over winter in Melbourne and that is expected to be the case again this year. Many people prefer to sell in spring– summer: the weather is better, houses and gardens can be more inviting – and auctions are very much a part of Melbourne at that time of the year. It is interesting to note that while there are fewer auctions, the clearance rate has not often differed substantially between winter and the spring selling season. In 2010 the clearance rate in winter was 68 per cent compared to 63 per cent in spring-summer. There were 647 auctions per weekend in winter and then 778 auctions per weekend in spring–summer. The winter months last year saw an unseasonably high volume of auctions. In 2009 the clearance rate in winter was 85 per cent compared to 82 per cent in springsummer. From a volume perspective, there were 419 auctions per weekend in winter and 679 auctions per weekend in spring–summer. In 2008 the clearance rate in winter was 63 per cent compared to 59 per cent in springsummer, with an average of 456 auctions per weekend in winter and 663 auctions per weekend in spring–summer. Finally, in 2007 the clearance rate in winter was 85 per cent compared to 81 per cent in spring-summer, with an average of 554 auctions per weekend in winter and 790 auctions per weekend in spring–summer. With this recent history in mind, it is important to remember your selling real estate agent will be best placed to advise you on the optimum time to sell. They will be able to take into account local demand and supply conditions to suit your needs and devise a marketing campaign to maximise the outcome.

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collect more than 250,000 handsets and plant up to 25,000 seedlings to regenerate Australia’s coastline between now and 30 September. “By collecting and recycling our old phones and those of our local community, we will be helping plant more trees along our coastline and protecting our environment,” First National Real Estate Torquay principal Hank Moerenhout, said. Moerenhout said as leaders in the real estate industry, First National Real Estate Torquay also wanted to take the lead on matters affecting the Torquay & Jan Juc communities in which they live and work. “We pride ourselves on giving back to our community and this is just another way for us to do that.

FIRST National Real Estate Torquay is calling on residents of Torquay and Jan Juc to recycle their old mobiles, batteries, accessories and chargers by dropping them off at their local branch. The First National Real Estate network recently announced that customers will be able to drop off their old mobile phones, batteries, accessories and chargers for recycling at their local First National real estate. As an extension to its energy efficiency and sustainability drive, First National has partnered with MobileMuster, the official recycling program of the mobile phone industry to support its Old Phones, More Trees campaign. Old Phones, More Trees is a joint initiative between MobileMuster and Landcare Australia, to

“As a business that is so reliant on both mobile phones and cars, we felt we should do our small part to help reduce our carbon footprint.” According to Rose Read, MobileMuster manager of recycling, Australians have about 19 million old and unused mobile phones sitting at home. “The greenhouse gases that could be avoided if Australians recycled their old, unused phones would be the same as planting 100,000 trees or taking more than 6,000 cars off the road,” Read said. If all the unused or broken mobile phones hidden in desks and drawers across Australia were handed in they could be recycled to produce 185,000 plastic fence posts, enough to build a fence from Melbourne to Sydney.

Introducing Laura Andrews Laura has a passion for people and real estate and her degree and life experiences provide the foundation for her professional career in the real estate industry. With these attributes in mind, Laura is able to offer the highest level of service to you, in selling your home, land or investment property. Laura prides herself on her presentation, time management skills and people skills which are all crucial attributes in real estate sales and marketing campaigns. Laura is driven to achieve a high level of success on a daily basis and prides herself on her professionalism whilst continually striving to grow and learn.

THE TEAM at Great Ocean Road Real Estate is delighted to welcome Laura Andrews to its Torquay office as a member of the residential sales team. Laura joins the team as a valued and experienced sales consultant with many recent real estate successes in Torquay, Jan Juc and the surrounding districts. Laura is a highly motivated and educated individual; this is evident through her years of study, attaining a Bachelor of Business from the Australian Catholic University. Laura selected human resource management as her major area of study, a field perfect for real estate and the many intricacies of the industry.

Looking towards the future, you will soon see Laura undertaking auctions within the Torquay and Jan Juc suburbs. uburbs Of Laura’s many goals, to become an accomplished auctioneer ranks highly, along with continuing to provide exemplary real estate services to existing and new clients. Laura can be contacted seven days a week at Great Ocean Road Real Estate, 114 Surf Coast Highway, Torquay. Phone 5261 5088 or 0488 203 737 or email laura@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

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Launching loyalty LJ HOOKER is best known for its classic television advertisements, ending in the line, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Thank you Mr Hooker.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; LJ Hooker Torquay principal Michael Lowe says the real estate networkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newest big-ticket marketing investment, however, is not for the television screen but the computer screen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;On June 6 LJ Hooker launched myljhooker â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a free customer loyalty programme and online information centre â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and part of a $16million investment in digital marketing and product development this year,â&#x20AC;? Lowe said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;myljhooker is the first nationwide customer loyalty programme by an Australian real estate agent company. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The large online investment makes sense because industry research tells us that 85 per cent of property buyers now search for real estate online and 55 per cent of enquiries to agents now come from the Internet. â&#x20AC;&#x153;myljhooker provides members with national and local special offers, discounts and coupons. It is also an information centre for homeowners, tenants, buyers, sellers and investors, and is full of useful tips and information on everything from gardens to depreciation, and hanging wallpaper to PAYG tax collection on investment property income.â&#x20AC;? Fifteen launch sponsors have signed onto myljhooker, including Universal Magazines, Howards Storage World, Amber Tiles and TradeLink. â&#x20AC;&#x153;myljhooker is a way for LJ Hooker to be of service to Australians, even when they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need our help with a real estate transaction,â&#x20AC;? said

L Janusz Hooker, CEO of LJ Hooker. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People get a $50 voucher just for signing up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Like any customer loyalty programme, we hope that it will result in more customers asking for our help when it comes time to buy, sell or rent, or to recommend an agent to someone else. â&#x20AC;&#x153;National television advertisements are useful for building better awareness, but we think the money weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re investing in myljhooker will help us build better relationships with our customers. In the long term, that should be more valuable to both them and us.â&#x20AC;?

The Anglesea house, built by CJ Henderson Builders, which was recently hailed as the best custom-built house in the region.

Win for builder SURF COAST business CJ Henderson Builders has won the South-West Regional Master Builders Best Custom House Award in the $400-$500,000 range. Owner of the business Cam Henderson was thrilled. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are very happy,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are a smaller builder but we really pride ourselves on building individual, customised homes.

LJ Hooker Torquay principal Michael Lowe.

We never build the same place twice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We worked in with a great draughtsman on cutting edge ideas and the end result surpassed everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expectations. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The clients really trusted us to create this place, which was fantastic.â&#x20AC;? The award winning house is in Anglesea. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It turned out really well and we are so happy to get this award for it,â&#x20AC;? Henderson said.

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LOT 1/34 AUREL ROAD DEANS MARSH Saturday 23rd July 2011, 12 noon on site A PRACTICAL INVESTMENT Gently undulating allotment of 2,046m2 (approx.). The half acre has 2 road frontages, both being quiet country â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;cul de saqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. A two lot subdivision may be possible and subject to council approval. This well located property is within walking distance to the General Store and Cafe. Only 40 minutes to Geelong, 20 minutes to Colac and 15 minutes to Lorne. Enjoy the best of both worlds.

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Bruce Falk 0400 939 081

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Scott Hunt 0431 474 721

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Tce (03) 5225 5777

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Located in highly sought after Gherang Hamlet is this impressive home on 25 acres. Just 5 mins from Moriac, 15 mins Anglesea, or 20 mins Geelong. 2 storey, 3 BR recently renovated home features impressive kitchen, light open plan living/dining area and extensive decking. 3 living zones, 2 beautifully appointed bathrooms, exposed beams, polished boards and chandelier lighting provide a lovely contrast.

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AUCTION Sunday the 10th of July 1pm on the property

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Terrace (03) 5225 5777

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TORQUAY 25 The Esplanade ANGLESEA 31 Chatswood Drive PRICED REDUCED - VENDORS SAY SELL! This warm, inviting home exudes a sense of family comfort the moment you open the door. Nestled in Anglesea’s peaceful surrounds, this 2-storey home features 5 BR, two bath, wood heater, RC heating/cooling, country kitchen, study nook and games area. Large water tank and heat pump HWS add to this home’s many features.

TORQUAY 25 The Esplanade WINCHELSEA 22 Jackson Street

FOR SALE Buyers abover $538,000 LAND

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Scott Hunt 0431 474 721

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Terrace (03) 5225 5777

ONLINE

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INVESTORS AND DOWNSIZERS NOTE: BRAND NEW AND JUST OVER $200,000 These 2 bedroom units are brand new and built by Residential Builder of the Year Pivot Homes, meaning the best quality available. Located in the Surf Coast’s boom town Winchelsea where rental demand is high, these units are expected to yield 6% yield for investors, or downsizers will find it hard to beat this value anywhere.

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Meet the coastal and lifestyle specialists. BFP - Bruce Falk Property; marketing premium residential and lifestyle property throughout the Surf Coast and Bellarine regions. For a fresh approach to marketing and selling your property, call Scott or Bruce now.

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G.R. McCARTNEY & SON 7 Gilbert Street, Torquay Vic 3228 P (03) 5261 2104 F (03) 5261 4493 www.mccartneyrealestate.com.au

Graeme McCartney

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0434 690 930

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Taking luxury to a brand new level this brand new residence has all you desire and more. Situated in a quiet court location with elevated locked in ocean views this architecturally designed home exudes absolute quality from the moment you walk in the door. Presenting 3 bedrooms (master with en-suite), BIR’s in all bedrooms, well appointed kitchen (stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances), open plan dining/living room, bi’-fold doors opening onto a north facing outdoor alfresco/ entertaining area ( with sand stone floors and glass balustrade), downstairs rumpus/family room and large double garage. Other features include semi-commercial windows, Tasmanian oak polished floors, terrazzo polished concrete floors, sand stone paving and wall feature and much more. All surrounded by architecturally designed low maintenance gardens with plenty of room for the kids to play and run around. This truly is a highly appealing and quality home so don’t miss it.

Built by one of Torquay’s leading builders this spacious contemporary residence effortlessly fulfils the lifestyle demands of the modern family. Boasting 3 bedrooms (large master with en-suite and WIR), rumpus room or large 4th bedroom, study nook, large open plan kitchen/dining area equipped with quality stainless steel appliances and stone bench tops, beautiful spotted gum timber flooring, split level north facing family room (gas log fire), bi’-fold doors opening onto a private decked entertaining area, floor to ceiling tiling in both bathrooms, remote double garage and all this surrounded by low maintenance well established gardens. Rarely do opportunities come along to purchase quality homes at an affordable price so inspect, consider and purchase with full confidence. Call us today!!

JAN JUC 5 Marner Close WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY!

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This architecturally designed home has all you desire and more, from the moment you step through the door you will be captivated by its absolute quality, built by Gude Builders. Boasting 4 large bedrooms (master with en-suite and WIR), BIR’s in the remaining 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living area (stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances), separate family room, remote double garage, decked entertaining areas and low maintenance gardens. Other features include gas central heating, reverse cycle A/C, amazing spotted gum timber floorboards, floor to ceiling tiling in both bathrooms, solid cedar windows and imported/architecturally designed lighting. Positioned in a quiet location offering northerly views of the Spring Creek Reserve this quality family home is sure to impress!!!

PRICE: $837,500 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

PRICE: $680,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

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G.R. McCARTNEY & SON 7 Gilbert Street, Torquay Vic 3228 P (03) 5261 2104 F (03) 5261 4493 www.mccartneyrealestate.com.au

Graeme McCartney

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Tim Carson

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TORQUAY Unit 1/40 Pomora Avenue GRAB THIS OPPORTUNITY!!!

0412 686 875

0434 690 930

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PRICE: $755,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

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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. ^ Land price and land avaliability subject to change.

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TORQUAY 38 THE ESPLANADE Prime Development Opportunity Suitable for retail shops and residential use > Size: 20.12 x 40.23m (809m2) > Zoning: 'Special Use 5' > Terms: 10% deposit, balance 90 days AUCTION: Sat 23 Jul @ 11am Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days CONTACT: Bryan Hayden 0417 613 250, Hayley Ball 0421 702 678

Surf Coast Real Estate ANGLESEA 87 - 89 Great Ocean Road 5263 2133 TORQUAY 21 Pearl Street 5261 2101 www.hayden.com.au

JAN JUC 77 SUNSET STRIP Iconic Address - Popular Location

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A character timber home amongst the gum trees in a 580sqm (approx) corner site with an elevated outlook. With three bedrooms, ensuite plus downstairs rumpus room, this home is in a handy location, close to the beach, clifftops and shops. High 10ft ceilings and lots of timber paneling throughout, as well as ducted heating plus a wood heater. The landscaped gardens feature extensive use of brick paving to create interesting spaces. 77 Sunset Strip is sure to be a cult favourite with baby boomers, as well as appealing to today´s generation of keen house hunters for Jan Juc property. AUCTION: Sat 30 Jul @ 11am Terms 10% deposit, balance 60 days INSPECT: Sat 2:00-2:30pm CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203 surfcoasttimes.com.au

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TORQUAY 1/ 209 THE ESPLANADE

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This fantastically positioned townhouse with ocean views, is a pleasant fusion of contemporary design with well proportioned living space. Supremely positioned on the iconic Esplanade, this property is across the road from 'Whites' swimming beach as well as being only a short distance from central Torquay. The property boasts: > Two separate living zones inc. open plan family living/dining > Three bedrooms, currently sleeps up to 8 people > Two bathrooms plus powder room > Paved north facing court yard, perfect for entertaining > Double sided balcony, providing superb ocean views > Large double remote garage with further adjacent land, perfect for a caravan/boat AUCTION: Sat 30 Jul @ 12pm Terms: 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat & Sun 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steven Menegazzo 0421 802 203

Surf Coast Real Estate ANGLESEA 87 - 89 Great Ocean Road 5263 2133 TORQUAY 21 Pearl Street 5261 2101 www.hayden.com.au

BELLBRAE 2045 HENDY MAIN ROAD Daintree Park

TORQUAY 29 BOSCARNE AVENUE Family Friendly

The solid brick residence is privately situated well back from the road and presents a cosy secluded haven, the wood heater adding warmth and atmosphere. The property also offers a well placed very functional kitchen with the living/dining enjoying a beautiful northerly aspect. Three good size bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and semi-ensuite, complete this home. > Set on approx 4 acres > Gas/ electrical cooking, reverse cycle heating/cooling > Two separate paddocks, 12x6m workshop/shed

> Open plan kitchen, dining and living zone > Separate formal dining and second living area > Well established, low maintenance landscaped gardens > Double remote controlled garage with rear access > Walking distance to beaches > Situated in secluded cul-de-sac on generous 655sqm (approx) block

FOR SALE Price: $750,000 CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

FOR SALE Price: $529,000 INSPECT: Sat & Sun 2:00-2:30pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

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ANGLESEA 2/105 GREAT OCEAN ROAD The Best At The Surf Coast Resort

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>Ideally located ground floor apartment directly opposite the Anglesea River >Beautiful breaking water views from the master bedroom & lounge/dining room >Two bedrooms with BIR´s >Modern kitchen with dishwasher & stainless steel appliances >Split system A/C for your comfort >Large outdoor living/deck area with views >Option for full use of resort facilities; gym, swimming pool & tennis courts >Short walk to restaurants, shops, beach and the best Anglesea has to offer

Five fantastic acres on the iconic Bells Boulevard, gateway to one of the greatest surf beaches in the world, beckons to the investors, lifestyle changers and holiday people with an idea for the future and dreams to live. Features include two large living areas, three bedrooms, main with ensuite. A Great home for families with views over the valley to open ocean. Two paddocks - could hold livestock/horses. Private and secluded.

FOR SALE Price: $559,000 INSPECT: Sat 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Marius Tekin 0425 853 055, Trent Ludlow 0418 308 841

FOR SALE Price: $1,485,000 CONTACT: Damian Jens 0438 345 154, Marianne Keane 0413 555 753

Surf Coast Real Estate ANGLESEA 87 - 89 Great Ocean Road 5263 2133 TORQUAY 21 Pearl Street 5261 2101 www.hayden.com.au

TORQUAY 1/ 7 ATTUNGA DRIVE Fulfill Your Wish List

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A brand new, well designed townhouse from a builder of good quality is now available for your consideration. Please take the time to come to our open for inspection and see for yourself the quality of his work. > Three bedroom (main with ensuite) > Spacious and light kitchen/dining and living > Walking distance to local schools and transport > Closely located to shops and restaurants FOR SALE Price: $449,000 INSPECT: Sat 12:00-12:30pm Sun 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Damian Jens 0438 345 154, Marianne Keane 0413 555 753 surfcoasttimes.com.au

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TORQUAY 25 GEELONG ROAD Limited Budget - Limited Time

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Stop paying rent and snap up this beauty. > Well built three bedroom brick home with two bathrooms > Large sunny living/ dining area > Timber kitchen with lots of cupboards > Handy location, close to sporting facilities, shops and beaches > Double remote garage plus separate brick workshop > 596 sqm allotment (approx) > Undercover verandah

Inspection is a must to fully appreciate the many features if this unique home. > Fantastic ocean views > Substantial, well constructed home > Expansive living areas, upstairs and down > Three bedrooms all with own bathroom > Among quality homes in quiet court > Adjoins 10 metre wide reserve at rear > Generous decks to enjoy views > Ducted heating plus three remote airconditioners for year round comfort

FOR SALE Price: $449,000 INSPECT: Sat 1:00-1:30 CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753 , John McMahon 0400 866 634

FOR SALE Price: $670,000 CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753, John McMahon 0400 866 634

Surf Coast Real Estate ANGLESEA 87 - 89 Great Ocean Road 5263 2133 TORQUAY 21 Pearl Street 5261 2101 www.hayden.com.au

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Located within a quiet established area of town, this large allotment comprises approximately 1024m2 of opportunity.With a 20 metre frontage, the beach, golf course and public transport nearby. This large solid double storey brick home situated at the front of this expansive parcel of land represents suitable future development (S.T.C.A). The home boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas and a 4 car garage at the rear for those â&#x20AC;&#x153;Big Boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Toyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sâ&#x20AC;?. This property is a must to view.

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One of the best rental properties, holiday homes or family homes on the Peninsula in this price range. Fenwick Street is highly sort-after given the location to the beach and main street. This property promises you everything you expect for your financial investment, great large brick home with fantastic built-in entertaining area creating perfect bay-side living, workshop and garaging surrounded by a massive fenced off yard for boats and caravans, strong rental possibility due to location, features and quality of home, and safe investment with promising growth. Priced for a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pre-Springâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Sale

Situated in a highly sort-after exclusive Peninsula pocket where few properties present to the market, 300 metres to the beach, walk to cafĂŠâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, restaurants and shops. Extensive north facing secure entertaining deck captures all the activity on Port Phillip Bay against a colourful backdrop of Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula. Ground floor living independent to main living on top floor including two kitchens, two bathrooms and living areas. Home has new roof, electrical wiring, plumbing, tiles, newly painted inside, no maintenance required. Priced for a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pre-Springâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; sale.

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3RUWDUOLQJWRQ87 Simson Street (;(&87,9(/,)(67</(+20(Ä&#x192;&/(9(5'(6,*1 Positioned on a corner block opposite the Golf Club creating a picturesque outlook, this luxury home is designed for comfort, easy living and outdoor entertaining; the two road frontage is a bonus for vehicle and boat entry. Both north facing living and entertaining areas capture the warm winter sun whilst overlooking the private manicured rear yard. All the modern appliances including a ducted vacuum system make this home so endearing, meals area easily supports a 12 seater dining table whilst the latest design kitchen will indeed impress. 3ULFH  ,QVSHFW 6DWXUGD\WK-XO\Ä&#x192;SP 4 2 2 5 0 &RQWDFW /RUHWWD6XOOLYDQRU

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Invest now for the future or move in over time.This 4 Bedroom Macalister Prestige home is sure to impress. Wonderful spacious bedrooms. Master with WIR and full ensuite. Further bedrooms with BIR. Designed with the highest levels of excellence in mind the open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family room incorporates a terrific alfresco living space. With all landscaping completed and window furnishings in place all thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s left to do is sit back and enjoy your return on investment. For a full list of colours, specifications, inclusions, proposed rental agreement and potential stamp duty savings please contact Paul Raicevic on 0434 080 694.

An opportunity like this does not come along so often. A north facing rear yard overlooking the 12th green at Clifton Springs. This wonderfully presented 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms on approx 600m2 of land has a fantastic rear deck with in built spa bath and Indonesian style hut and LED lighting to relax, unwind and enjoy the view. With tank fed grey water, new carpet and floating floors, an oversized single garage, ducted gas heating and split system reverse cycle AC as additional features this makes for the perfect golf course property.

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Positioned in a central Drysdale Location, this executive townhouse development will appeal to the most astute of purchasers. Set on their own title with no body corporate and designed for ease of living, these spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage townhouses are perfect for those looking to downsize without compromise. Located within easy walk to the community, recreation and leisure facilities that Drysdale has to offer, coupled with OFF THE PLAN SAVINGS, this development deserves your attention today.

This appealing home has spacious lounge, kitchen meals, three bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in two and central bathroom with separate toilet. Front entrance through to hallway and extra storage space at rear, a great start. Downsize without compromise or great investment, extend in the future. Features include; pantry, fans, Pure Heat Belmont heater, air conditioner, new white wooden blinds and more. Carport with remote door through to single garage, matured garden with little maintenance. Park at the end of the street, walk to the jetty, dine at the golf club, close to all amenities.

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  7 Catalina Crescent  In the Golf Course Precinct, this amazing 6 year old home will delight even the most fastidious of buyers. Designed around both entertaining and family living, the home has 2 distinct living quarters catering for the dynamics of family living. Comprising master bedroom with WIR and full ensuite as well as formal lounge at the front of the home, with open plan living central kitchen and 3 further bedrooms at the rear. Ducted heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning and alfresco living, coupled with established gardens, a triple lock up garage and ample off street parking, the home is an absolute delight to inspect.    Â?Â?Â?Â?Â?    Â?   4 2 2 3 0  ­  ­ ­ ­ ­Â?Â&#x20AC; Â&#x201A;Â&#x192;Â?Â&#x192;Â&#x192;

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Art Deco features tailored with a position unsurpassed by any other offered for sale at the moment, this home warrants the attention from a Tradie wanting to renovate and extend, first home owners entering the market or retirees wanting the location. Comprising 2 bedrooms, formal lounge, open plan kitchen meals area and separate sunroom; this period home coupled with its location and yard size is a fantastic opportunity to enter the Drysdale Property Market at an affordable price.

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 A grand entrance, exceptional floor-plan and breathtaking views are words that come to mind when entering this 5 1/2 year old home. Comprising 2 bedrooms, study, rumpus room, bathroom and internal access from the garage downstairs; whilst upstairs are a further 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan living, well appointed kitchen and alfresco entertaining with views.Added features include access to the rear yard for a boat or caravan, proximity to Drysdale shopping & schools and the balance of the new home warrantee.

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Set over 1000 square meters of land within a stones throw from the waterfront, marina, golf and bowls club; this home lends itself to a myriad of options. The light filled modest brick veneer home is set at the front of this large block & is only 8 years old creating a brilliant opportunity to extend or subdivide and redevelop (STCA). Comprising 3 bedrooms master with WIR and ensuite and 2 living areas. The kitchen is appointed with Bosch appliances and opens onto a paved outdoor alfresco coupled with central heating and split system air conditioning. Out the back is a bungalow with attached outhouse and a quadruple garage/workshop all filling a 5000 litre water tank. This is an opportunity not to be missed. 3

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Set on approx 710m2 in a quiet court in a well sought after area of Clifton Springs, this 3 Bedroom home awaits your immediate inspection. All bedrooms have fans, BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and the master has a reverse cycle split system. A spacious double garage beneath the home with all living set above to take in glorious views of the Bay and You Yangs with a north and west orientation. Well landscaped and paved with additional room for caravan, boat or trailers off the driveway. Combined kitchen and dining area with electric cooking and dishwasher. The living space has gas log fire and R/C AC and opens onto the large balcony to while away the afternoons taking in the spectacular views. Polished timber floors, tinted windows, awnings, water tank and a lovely array of fruit bearing trees and bus stop nearby further compliment this well maintained home.

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One of the last affordable houses in this booming bay side area. Set neatly on approx. 603m2 of land this solid 22yo AV Jennings home is a walk up start. 3 Bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 1 Bathroom with separate toilet, 2 living areas and a single carport. New carpet and blinds, great sized backyard and model long term tenants in place until mid December with the possibility of extenstion or being sold with vacant posession prior to December. Extremely liveable as is but room for improvement/updating in the future if desired.

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No 107 is a wonderful home with landscaped garden, 1st time buyers investors note......great buy. All rooms are of generous proportions with 3 bedrooms, ensuite and WIR in main while others have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Formal living and dining is spacious, has bay window, is light and bright. Family room combines living and meals or second living.. Features include gas heating, wood heater, fans, alarm system, side drive to double garage......GREAT LIVING SITUATION.

A place to stay with the renovation all completed except the central bathroom. Spacious entrance, formal dining and lounge room as well as second open plan living including meals, gourmet kitchen, study nook and living. 4 generous bedrooms 3 with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, the main has ensuite and WIR. Undercover decking for entertaining overlooking the heated inground pool. Features include; split system, central heating, evaporative cooling, walk-in-pantry, smeg double wall oven and gas bench cooker, open fire and quality fittings throughout. Double garage, garden shed and plenty of room for more cars and....a great opportunity to buy well and stay put.

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Walk across the road and down to the bay from this exclusive position. Natural light floods through both living areas kitchen/ meals and lounge room, three bedrooms (2 with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S) central bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Fully renovated 6 years ago with attention to detail, features include; leadlight, polished floors, blackwood kitchen, split system, fan, outside awnings, security door, new gutters and retiled roof. Double garage, garden shed and landscaped gardens with private courtyard gives a perfect finish to 185 on Bayshore.

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Perfect for the young family, investor or first home buyer this renovated 3 bedroom home awaits your inspection. Evaporative cooling, ducted gas heating, instant gas hot water, outdoor undercover entertaining area overlooking secure backyard and play area for the kids are just some of the features of this very tidy home. Oversize single garage and plenty of off street parking space. Fully renovated open plan kitchen/dining/meals/living with SS gas stove/oven along with a second living space. Light and bright on approx 585m2 of land with a North and West aspect.

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Phone: 5251 1566 www.stockdaleleggo.com.au/drysdale 19 Clifton Srings Road, Drysdale 3222 43

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This 10 year old home has been diligently maintained and loved and it shows. Light and bright throughout with the living area including open plan living with kitchen and dining. Three generous bedrooms BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in two, central bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Features include; split system, quality fittings, front and back verandah, carport, single garage, shed, 2 tanks, insulated, shelving/benches in sheds. Must inspect No 30 will impress.

Light and bright informal living with well designed Tasmanian oak timber kitchen, generous second living including dining both areas open to undercover alfresco BBQ area. Four bedrooms, main has WIR and ensuite, others all have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, central bathroom, separate toilet and large laundry. Features; central heating, dishwasher, bay window, rosettes, cornices, ducted vacuum, loads of storage, built-in shelving and quality throughout. Side drive to double freestanding garage /workshop. Short bush walks closeby and walk to town........perfect living with all the best to offer. 4

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Renovated with generous room proportions and walking distance to golf Club and Jetty. Large entrance could be library/study, separate lounge room and kitchen with dining. Three double bedrooms all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, central bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Upstairs mezzanine level could be rumpus or bedroom...allowing flexibility. Features; gas space heater, new carpets and tiles, timber panelling, pantry and loads of storage and very big garden shed. Do not hesitate, 1st home buyer, investors ....great start.

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Space and privacy, sense of seclusion with this off road property. Formal lounge, second open plan living including dining, both are light and bright throughout, master bedroom with WIR and full ensuite, 2 more double bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, central bathroom and separate toilet. Features include central gas heating, split system, dishwasher, tank (5400lt) merbau fencing/ gate/porch and more. Landscaped gardens with paved entertaining area, cubby for the kids plus sandpit. Plenty of car space, access both sides, double carport and double garage. Walking distance to all amenities and enjoy the rail trail, bike to Queencliff. A must inspect

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Great chance for astute buyer to buy well and stay put in the leafy surrounds Kewarra Drive provides. Open plan living with kitchen as well as generous formal lounge. Main bedroom with ensuite and WIR, the other two have robes, study and central bathroom. Features dishwasher, pantry, gas heater, fan, electric heater and good storage. Outdoor entertaining area overlooking bushland area. Side drive to single garage plus room for another vehicle (was double can be again) garden two sheds. Take a look to consider all the options.

Extra generous lounge room with adjoining kitchen/meals providing access to north facing patio...easy to entertain and maintain garden. Large main bedroom with WIR and ensuite, other two are double both with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, central bathroom and sep. toilet. Features inc. DW, gas cooking, WI pantry; ducted gas heating, split system, solar/gas HWS; and quality furnishings throughout. Double LUG with remote. A perfect home for investor , retiree or homeowner, currently providing $15,860.00 per annum rent. Walking distance to village shops, sporting facilities, schools nearby, ring for inspection.

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Great investment now or permanent home. As new this quality townhouse is close to all amenities, town centre as well as parklands. Large open plan living combining gourmet kitchen/meals with doors opening to outdoor entertaining space flooded in natural light. Three bedrooms, main with ensuite and WIR, others have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, central bathroom with separate toilet. Single garage with other features inc. ducted heating/cooling, dishwasher, pantry, quality fittings and window furnishings. Fabulous living without the maintenance.

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        Great design features allowing flexible floorplan for easy flow throughout. Formal lounge to the front of the home as well as master bedroom with ensuite and WIR. Open plan living with dining room/4th bedroom, a further 2 bedrooms with bathroom at the rear. Enclosed decking entertaining area is big with a bar, chill out with friends. Features include; split system, gas heater and large block. Double garage with access to rear.

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3OLIDSINGLESTOREYHOMEONGREATBLOCK/NTHEDOORSTEPOFTHE!POLLO"AYSHOPPINGPRECINCT BEDROOMSWITH")2SANDENSUITETOMASTER BATHROOMS POLISHEDFLOORBOARDSANDRECENTLYRENOVATED 3TYLISHTILEDKITCHENFLOWINGINTODININGROOM 'ASLOGFIREHEATING SEPARATELIVINGAREAANDRUMPUSROOM #ARPORTANDFULLYFENCEDNORTHFACINGBACKYARD

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10 MARENGO CRESCENT MARENGO

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$415,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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Price by Negotiation Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

10 NEWCOMBE STREET MARENGO

6 MCMINN COURT MARENGO

-AGNIFICENTHOMESTEADONHECTARES WITHBEDS  BATHS OPENPLANLIVINGALFRESCOCOURTYARDWITHHOTTUB %LEVATEDHOMESITEONSLIGHTLYUNDULATINGACREAGE WITH STABLES ATACKROOM TOOLSHED %XTRALIVINGQUARTERSABOVETHREECARGARAGE 3UBSTANTIALVIEWSOFTHEOCEANAND/TWAYS 7ALKINGDISTANCETOTHE/TWAY.ATIONAL0ARK

37 GREAT OCEAN RD SKENES CREEK

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$1,200,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

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,ARGESQMBLOCKIDEALFORFURTHERDEVELOPMENT 34#! ORTHELARGEFAMILYHOLIDAYHOME BEDROOMSWITHPOTENTIALSELFCONTAINEDFLATATGROUNDLEVEL 4IMBERFLOORBOARDS WOODFIRE RENOVATEDKITCHENAND EXPANSIVEBALCONIES !MASSIVEPRIVATEALLOTMENTNESTLEDWITHNATIVEGUMTREES BAYANDHILLVIEWS

$595,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

$595,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

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%XCLUSIVEFAMILYSEAFRONTDOMAIN SETONSQM APPROX OFGOLDENFRONTAGEWITHSTUNNINGVIEWS 4HELIGHTFILLED STOREYPROPERTYPRESENTSSEPARATE LIVINGQUARTERSWITHAFULLYSELFCONTAINEDDOWNSTAIRS DOMAIN4HEUPSTAIRSOPENPLANLIVINGAREAISSPACIOUS ANDWITHLARGEBEDS YOUWILLHAVEABUNDANCEOFROOM to entertain inside and out.

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77 CHARLES STREET LORNE

14 GEORGE STREET LORNE

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$1,300,000 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

3ETONASPACIOUSSQMAPPROX ANDAMONGSTBEAUTIFULNATIVEBUSHENJOYPRIVACYFROM NEIGHBOURSCREATEDBYAUNUSEDROADRESERVEONONEBOUNDARY #LASSICSTYLEDHOMEWITHBEDROOMS BATHROOM RANCHSTYLEDKITCHENANDFAMILYROOMGASHEATING THROUGHTOASEPARATELOUNGEWITHOPENFIREPLACECONTINUINGONTOADECKSURROUNDEDBYTRANQUILVIEWS OFTHESTATEFOREST &EATURINGASELFCONTAINEDSTUDIOBELOW CAPITALISEONTHEPOTENTIALPERMANENTRENTALRETURNORUSEAS ADDITIONALSPACEFORGUESTSANDEXTENDEDFAMILY /NLYMTOTHE,ORNE3,3# SHOPSANDCAFESMAKESTHISARAREOPPORTUNITYTOBUYINA@BLUECHIP RESIDENTIALAREAINADESIRABLELOCATION

$849,000 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

9 HARVEY STREET LORNE

17/260 MOUNTJOY PARADE LORNE

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$825,000 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

16/2-10 OCEAN ROAD SOUTH LORNE

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$735,000 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

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LORNE / RURAL LORNE  -OUNTJOY0ARADE ,ORNE 6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

29/4 SMITH STREET LORNE

1/17 SMITH STREET LORNE

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$590,000 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799

$650,000 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

6 WILLIAM STREET LORNE

3A ALPHA TERRACE LORNE

35"34!.4)!,3):%$#/!34!,(/-%

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$1,175,000 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

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1020 WINCHELSEA - DEANS MARSH ROAD BAMBRA

31 SUMMERHILLS AVENUE LORNE

35 POLWARTH ROAD LORNE

56 DEANS MARSH ROAD LORNE

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$550,000 Karen Stribling 0439 650 838 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

"EDROOMPLUSSTUDY BATHROOMS OPENPLANLOUNGEKITCHEN "EAUTIFULTIMBERFLOORSSTONEFEATUREWALL OPENFIREPLACE 1UALITYWINDOWFURNISHINGS STUNNINGVALLEYVIEWSFROMALLROOMS ,ANDSCAPEGARDENSSURROUNDINGINGROUNDPOOLANDTENNISCOURT CIRCULARDRIVEWAYLEADINGUPTOHOUSEANDGARAGE MINUTESTO'EELONGANDRINGROADAROUND'EELONGTO-ELBOURNE 4HISPROPERTYISARURALHOMESTEAD ANDRESORTTOGETHER ANDWILLCERTAINLYMEETALLYOUREXACTINGREQUIREMENTSNOWANDIN THEFUTURE

$749,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

37 AUREL ROAD DEANS MARSH

3390 PRINCES HIGHWAY WINCHELSEA

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$380,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

$530,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

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APOLLO BAY

LORNE 7

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!SNEWFOURBEDROOMHOMEBEAUTIFULLYSETONALOVELYLANDSCAPEDONEACREALLOTMENT ,ARGEMAINOPENPLANLIVINGDININGANDSUPERBKITCHENWITHVAULTEDCEILINGS NORTHERLYASPECTAND PLENTYOFLIGHT $EDICATEDTHEATREROOMPLUSLARGEFITTEDSTUDYORTHIRDLIVING 'ORGEOUSMAINBATHROOM FULLENSUITE 7)2SAND")2SANDLOVELYDECORTHROUGHOUT MXMFIVEBAYGARAGEWORKSHOPANDSTOREWITHTWOAUTODOORS %XTENSIVEFRONTANDREARPOLISHEDCONCRETEOUTDOORENTERTAININGAREAS !BEAUTIFULLYPRESENTEDANDVERYAPPEALINGRESIDENCE

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APOLLO BAY

LORNE 8

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24 BALLYLIFFEN CRESCENT TORQUAY

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97 BEACH ROAD TORQUAY

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$585,000.00 + GST Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

12 BLACKWATTLE MEWS TORQUAY

30 CENTRESIDE DRIVE TORQUAY

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$539,00 - $559,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

$579,000 - $599,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

1249 HORSESHOE BEND ROAD TORQUAY

243 MESSMATE ROAD TORQUAY

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$475,000 - $490,000 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

$860,000 - $880,000 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

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

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$1,460,000 - $1,520,000 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

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CLASSIFIED LISTINGS

VACANT LAND

SUMMARY

PRICE

AIREYS INLET (03) 5220 0200 28 - 30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231 14 Old Coach Road, Moggs Creek 21 Robyn Road, Moggs Creek

HOUSES, APARTMENTS & UNITS

SUMMARY 2 B/R 4 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R, 2 bth 4 B/R, 3.5 bth

Apollo Bay Heights 5 Alastair Court, Apollo Bay 255 Busty Road, Apollo Bay 2/33 Cawood Street, Apollo Bay 21 Costin Street, Apollo Bay Lot 9 Gambier Street, Apollo Bay 165 &167 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 295 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 40 Gum Court, Apollo Bay 28A Murray Street, Apollo Bay 2/5 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay Lot 2, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 11, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 14, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 16, 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 39 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 28 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay 48 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay Lot 17 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 33 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 16 Thomson Street, 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 1 Bass Crescent, Skenes Creek 3, 30 Karlson Street, Skenes Creek 33-35 Karlson Street, Skenes Creek 36 Old Coach Road, Skenes Creek 68 Old Coach Road, Skenes Creek 75 & 81 Old Coach Road, Skenes Creek 8 Otway Avenue, Skenes Creek 5655 Great Ocean Road, Yuulong

$525,000 $660,000 $1,495,000 $POA

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 2/78 Casino Avenue, Apollo Bay 68 Costin Street, Apollo Bay 5 Gallipoli Parade, Apollo Bay 15/22 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 2/79 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 11 Gum Court, Apollo Bay 16 Joyce Street, Apollo Bay 'Alyeska' - 355 Killala Road, Apollo Bay 2/355 Killala Road, Apollo Bay 1/19 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 32 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 25 Montrose Avenue, Apollo Bay 2B Murray Street, Apollo Bay 4/10 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 16 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 33 Murray Square, Apollo Bay 2/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 3/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 1 Nigel Court, Apollo Bay 2 Nizam Quay, Apollo Bay 5/3-4 Nizam Quay, Apollo Bay 3/62 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 3/49 Pascoe Street, Apollo Bay 3 & 4/5-7 Pengilley Avenue, Apollo Bay 13 Pengilley Avenue, Apollo Bay 6A Ramsden Avenue, Apollo Bay 9 Ramsden Avenue, Apollo Bay 1/15 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay 27 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 2 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 44 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 3 Scott Place, Apollo Bay 16 Thompson Street, Apollo Bay 2/35 Thompson Street, Apollo Bay 3170 Great Ocean Road, Glenaire 22 Great Ocean Road, Lavers Hill 6 Galbraith Way, Marengo 3/9 Great Ocean Road, Marengo 21 Great Ocean Road, Marengo 5 Newcombe Street, Marengo 32 Ocean Park Drive, Marengo 24 Hennessy Street, Port Campbell 10 Otway Avenue, Skenes Creek 30 Skenes Creek Valley Road, Skenes Creek 18/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek 19/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek

4 B/R, 2 B/R, views 3 B/R 2 bth 3 B/R, 1.5 bth 3 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R 3 B/R, 1bth 4 B/R 5 B/R, 3 bth, 118 acres 2 B/R, 2 bth, 2.2 acres 2 B/R 3 B/R, 850 sqm 2 B/R, 1bth 3 B/R, 1,070 sqm 3 B/R, 2 bth 2 B/R, 1 bth 3 B/R, 1 bth, DLUG 2 B/R, 1bth 2 B/R, 1bth 3 B/R, 2 bth 3.5 B/R, 2 bth 2 B/R 1bth 3 B/R, 2 bth Townhouse 4 B/R, 2.5 bth, views 3 B/R, 319 sqm 3 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R , 2 bth 2 B/R 2 & 3 B/R Townhouses 4 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R, 1 bth 3 B/R, 2.5 bth 3 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R, 3 levels 4 B/R, 2bth 4 B/R, 2 bth 6 B/R, 1664 sqm Approved 4 lot development 2 storey 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R, 1,012 sqm 4 B/R, 3 bth, 1 acre fenced 3 B/R, 2 bth 5 B/R, 2.5 bth 4 B/R, 993 sqm 4 B/R + 2 cottages 2 B/R cottage 3 B/R, ocean views 4 B/R, 1.28 acres 2 B/R Villa, ocean views 1 B/R Villa, ocean views

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 127/3 Bay Street, Lorne 25 Dorman Street, Lorne 64 - 66 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 35 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 25/4 Smith Street, Lorne 3 Cartra Crescent, Kennett River 29 McRae Road, Wye River 34 The Boulevarde, Wye River

Self contained apt 2 B/R, 1 bth, views 2 B/R, 2bth Studio & 2 B/R Apts 2 B/R 4 B/R, 2 bth, views 3 B/R, 2 bth, views 2 B/R, views

$595,000 - $645,000 $570,000 - $599,000 $450,000 $695,000 $595,000 $375,000 - $395,000 $650,000 - $680,000 $995,000 $450,000 $495,000 $415,000 $370,000 $590,000 - $625,000 $500,000 - $525,000 $439,000 $395,000 $310,000 $310,000 $550,000 - $570,000 $499,000 - $520,000 $460,000 $560,000 $598,000 $310,000 $330,000 $380,000 $365,000 $410,000 $500,000 - $525,000 $349,000 $540,000 $475,000 By negotiation $525,000 $550,000 - $575,000 $695,000 $595,000 - $650,000 $400,000 $950,000 - $1,050,000 $199,000 $800,000 + $375,000 - $395,000 $595,000 $565,000 - $585,000 $750,000 $415,000 $560,000 $1,800,000-$2,000,000 $265,000 - $275,000 $195,000 - $215,000

COMMERCIAL

$269,000 - $289,000 $1,250,000 $660,000 - $680,000 $775,000 $925,000 - $950,000 $819,000

SUMMARY

PRICE

RURAL

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3x3x3 lease. WI/WO Business in prime position Commercial Freehold Price reduced to sell

From $210,000 $250,000 $450,000 - $475,000 $195,000 $230,000 - $250,000 $299,000 $POA $850,000 - $875,000 $210,000 $235,000 - $250,000 EOI $265,000 $235,000 $320,000 - $350,000 $298,000 $475,000 + $215,850 + $290,000 + $199,000 $250,000 Price by Negotiation $275,000 - $290,000 $315,000 - $330,000 $595,000 - $650,000 $395,000 $150,000 $385,000 $299,000 $210,000 $289,000 $299,000 $595,000 $300,000 $210,000 $245,000 + $250,000 $POA

453 sqm 620 sqm

SUMMARY

$430,000 $220,000 $230,000 $215,000 $499,000 $230,000 $235,000 $900,000

$355,000 - $370,000 $335,000 - $350,000

PRICE

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

3 B/R & business

$390,000

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 1130 Forrest-Apollo Bay Road, Barramunga Lot 1, Otway Park, Cape Otway Lot 9, 16 Dehnerts Track, Ferguson 90 Old Colac Road, Beech Forest 175 Beech Forest/Mt Sabine Rd, Beech Forest 3810 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Beech Forest 4850 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Lavers Hill 5145 Colac Lavers Hill Road, Lavers Hill Lot 6 Lower Gellibrand Road, Princetown 5835 Great Ocean Road, Yuulong 55 Old Coach Road, Yuulong Lot 1 Parkers Access, Yuulong

31 acres 2 B/R, 3.8 acres 822 sqm 2 B/R, 5 acres House Business plus house 3 B/R 2 acres 20 acres 3 B/R, 7 acres 266 acres 10 acres

$525,000 - $550,000 $595,000 $70,000 $350,000 $435,000 $295,000 $348,000 $265,000 $180,000 - $195,000 $850,000 $2,200,000 $379,000

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 1535 Birregurra-Forrest Road, Barwon Downs Lot 2/1 Bowden Street, Birregurra 50 Nicholas Lane, Birregurra 52 Roadknight Street, Birregurra 2 Unnamed Road, Cressy 37 Aurel Road, Deans Marsh 455 Deans Marsh-Lorne Road, Deans Marsh 22 Station Street, Forrest Shalom Cottages, 35 Robilliards Road, Murroon 75 Anderson Street, Pennyroyal

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 39 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 4B Hardy Street, Apollo Bay - 'Shore Things' Shop / 2 Hardy Street, Apollo Bay 2/22 Pascoe Street, Apollo Bay - 'Apollo Bay Day Spa'

633 sqm 350 sqm 626 sqm 582 sqm 567 sqm approx 690 sqm 897 sqm approx 1020 sqm

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228

2/67 Bristol Road, Torquay 1 Inshore Drive, Torquay

$220,000 $660,000 $835,000 $60,000 - $160,000 $675,000 $800,000 $1,150,000 $499,000

2 B/R self contained unit Residence on 3 acres 4 B/R, 2 bth & 2 living Residence on 1011 sqm 5 B/R, 4 bth on 1321 sqm 4 B/R, 2 bth & views

Subdivision 475 sqm 10 acres 333 sqm approx 668 sqm, corner allot 343 sqm 2000 sqm's each 950 sqm 638 sqm 330 sqm 500 sqm 301 sqm 343 sqm 314 sqm 303 sqm 4 lot subdivision 620 - 1,021sqm 5 lot1.5-2.5 acres 574 sqm 714 sqm 579 sqm 510 sqm 562 sqm 1280 sqm with P/P 700 sqm approx 1700 sqm 1 acre 921 sqm 600 sqm 548 sqm 306 sqm 948 sqm 910 sqm 586 sqm 1189 & 905 sqm 585 sqm 22 hectare

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 11 Allen Street, Lorne Lot 7, 28 Clissold Street, Lorne 18 Cassidy Drive, Kennett River 36 Ridge Drive, Kennett River 32 Harrington Street, Separation Creek 21 Durimbil Avenue, Wye River 15 Karingal Drive, Wye River 36 Morley Avenue, Wye River

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228 5/4 Noble Street, Anglesea 38 Bells Boulevard, Jan Juc 21 Ballyliffen Crescent, Torquay 90 Geelong Road, Torquay 10 Lune Court, Torquay 2 Ocean Outlook, Torquay

$600,000 $500,000

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

PRICE

AIREYS INLET (03) 5220 0200 28 - 30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231 1 Anderson Street, Aireys Inlet 6 Bambra Road, Aireys Inlet 41-43 Beach Road, Aireys Inlet 631 Great Ocean Road, Eastern View

1400 sqm 966 sqm

$200,000 $65,000 + Stock avail $550,000 $139,000 WIWO

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 11

4 B/R, 132 acres 5 acre approx 112 acres, 3B/R house 2.5 acres approx 2 acres & 1000 trees 3 B/R, 2bth house 16 acres 1200 sqm block 2x2 B/R1x3 B/R 16a 4 B/R, 100 acres

$POA $480,000 $620,000 $525,000 $118,000 $380,000 $400,000 $119,000 $650,000 $980,000

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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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Coastal Rentals

Tuesday 5 July 2011

PRIME RENTAL AVAILABILITIES

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

WITH THE FAMILY IN MIND Well kept 3 bedroom family home in a quiet street and walking distance to the beach. The home also has 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms, good size back yard. $9$,/$%/( 7+856'$<-8/<

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$315 $240 $260 $275 $310 $310 $390 $395 $395 $530 $450 $500 $270 $300 $400 $275 $300 $320 $375 $380

51 Camp Road 4/71 Geelong Road 8/71 Geelong Road 11/71 Geelong Road 3A Nestor Court 31 Price Street 5 New Street 2/7 Koomeela Drive 4/11-13 Darian Road 24 Glengarry Drive 3 Margaret Street 2/3 Hoylake Avenue 12 Waverley Avenue 17 Gwynne Avenue 6/118 Mountjoy Parade 5 Busty Road 38 Gambier Street 18 Martin Street 44 Scenic Drive 13 Pengilley Ave

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LORNE (03) 5289 4222

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600

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McCARTNEY REAL ESTATE RENTAL PROPERTIES

HAYDEN REAL ESTATE RENTAL PROPERTIES

Email: torquay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au AIREYS INLET

Houses â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Permanent 12 Month Rentals Bedrooms 2 3 3 3 4 4 3

Unit 2, 69 Beach Rd, Torquay Unit 3, 9 Ozan Cres, Jan Juc 17 Follet St, Torquay Unit 1, 18 Foam Crt, Torquay 54 Bristol Rd, Torquay 3 Almeida Close, Torquay 1/59 Beach Rd, Torquay

$300pw

Industrial Shed â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Alsop Court â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Winchelsea

SHORT TERM LEASE

$370pw $400pw $330pw

21 Island Drive, Torquay 3 Almeida Close, Torquay 17 Follet Street, Torquay

McCartney Real Estate

7 Gilbert Street, Torquay 3228 Ph: (03) 5261 2104 Fax: (03) 5261 4493

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Available NOW NOW NOW 29th July NOW NOW NOW

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Address 47 Links Drive, TORQUAY 3/7 Fatimah Court, TORQUAY 20 Endeavour Drive, TORQUAY 41 Fischer Street,TORQUAY 14 Ocean View Crescent, TORQUAY 1/25 Puebla Street, TORQUAY 5 Shelley Close, TORQUAY 28 Aquilla Avenue, TORQUAY 2/3 Hoylake Avenue, JAN JUC 1/48 Boston Road, TORQUAY 28 Empire Avenue, JAN JUC 1/1-3 Gilbert Street, TORQUAY 8 Weir Street, ANGLESEA 16 Edwards Street, ANGLESEA 22 Pickworth Drive, ANGLESEA 89B Harvey Street, ANGLESEA 66 Wybelleena Drive, FAIRHAVEN

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

$280pw $290pw $330pw $340pw $400pw $450pw $470pw

Email: lorne@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

NOW NOW NOW

Property Managers: Christine Phillips & Dee Pengelly dee@mccartneyrealestate.com.au or christine@mccartneyrealestate.com.au

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

$1*/(6($Ä&#x192;32,1752$'.1,*+7 92 Melba Parade ([HFXWLYH)DPLO\5HWUHDW([FOXVLYH%HDFK6LGH/RFDWLRQ Privately situated on a generous 1352 sqm (approx) allotment, this established, immaculately maintained and presented 3½ year old, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home offers an opportunity to buy in the tightly held Point Roadknight precinct a mere 30 metres from the Anglesea Motor Yacht Club and beach. Luxuriously appointed gourmet kitchen featuring Caesarstone bench tops, S/S European appliances and walk in butlers pantry. Dining/Living with 5.4 m vaulted ceiling opening onto a bright north facing alfresco area and entertaining deck. Separate lounge, surround sound system, double glazed windows, In floor heating & Reverse cycle air cond. Landscaped garden, town water plus 2 x 22000 litre rainwater tanks. Double garage and multiple off street car parking. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for an eco friendly family beach home in a quiet cul-de-sac with proximity and space to entertain then look no further. 1 hour 15 minutes to Melbourne. surfcoasttimes.com.au

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LORNE

Type House Townhouse House House House House House House House Unit House Unit House House House House House

Email: apollobay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

TORQUAY

Bedrooms 4 Beds 2 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds 5 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds 2 Beds 3 Beds 2 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds 2 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds

Rent PW $450pw $340pw $330pw $350pw $400pw $370pw $500pw $370pw $500pw $240pw $300pw $350pw $320pw $300pw $280pw $400pw $330pw

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Clifton Springs 86 Bayshore Ave

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Expansive Bay Views! Sold in 2 Weeks Featuring breathtaking views over Corio Bay, this much loved family home will not disappoint. A practical layout including zoned bedrooms and family bathroom for the kids, while the master has WIR and full ensuite including spa bath. Upon entry SGD K@QFD ENQL@K KHUHMFONNK QNNL VHSG LNCDQM kN@SHMF kNNQ KD@CR SN BNMSDLONQ@QX BNTMSQX RSXKD SHLADQ JHSBGDM @MC KHFGS jKKDCNODMOK@MKHUHMFVHSG " @KRNVHSGCTBSDCGD@SHMFSGQNTFGNTS $WSDQM@KKX@MDKDU@SDC,DQATCDBJ@QD@KD@CRSNGTFD integrated workshop, fully enclosed with double roller door. Seperate DLUG with rear roller door and low maintenance garden completes this home, ideal for the family with room to move and a place to keep the boy toys. Call now before itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s too late!

Sale By Negotiation View By Appointment Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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Family Oasis on Double Block Set on 2 separate allotments totalling over 1300sqm approx, this master built contemporary home offers comfortable family living with room to move. Comprising 2 living areas, open plan meals & Black Wood kitchen, 4 bedrooms all with BIR master with WIR & ensuite & study with internal garage access. Ducted heating & evap cooling offer comfort year round as does the solar heated, salt water in ground pool & spa. With DLUG, garden shed and 2nd DLUG/teenagers retreat offering a place to relax by the pool. Just a short walk to local schools, tennis courts, bowling club and the convenience of central Drysdale shopping, this home is certainly worth an inspection! Call now to book.

Price Sale By Negotiation View Saturday 9th July 2:00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2:30pm Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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Rough Diamond â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sold in 3 Days Positioned in a quite location, walking distance to local Drysdale Village, this home features 3 bedrooms, 2 living areas open plan kitchen and meals and central family bathroom. Situated on a large allotment of 602sqm, it does need a bit of a clean up but a little hard work will certainly pay off!

Price Sale By Negotiation View By Appointment Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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Built to take in the panoramic views from Corio Bay to the You Yangs this home is ready for some updating, but with a little imagination this could easily become the home of your dreams! Upstairs not only offering the spectacular views but large lounge VHSGF@RKNFjQDNODMHMFNMSNA@KBNMX ADCQNNLR@KKVHSG!(1@MCE@LHKXA@SGQNNLVHSGRDOSNHKDS #NVMRS@HQRBNMS@HMHMFLD@KR area, a second bathroom, kitchen with electric appl opening onto outside paved undercover entertainment area leading to large backyard with garden shed and double drive through carport. A little work for a lot of reward, book your inspection today!

Price $330,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $350,000 View By Appointment Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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40 PLUS SQUARES OF LUXURY 73 Jetty Road, CLIFTON SPRINGS $585,000 This substantial family residence offers a first class location and flexible accommodation for the largest of families. Situated in the Golden Beach Estate, within metres of The Esplanade this outstanding property was built by one of Torquayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most recognised tradesmen. The substantial floor plan offers multiple living zones, 4 bedrooms, study or fifth bedroom all with BIR. The Master bedroom comprises of a WIR, ensuite and spa and double shohwasher and fridge with built in ice maker and galvanised balustrade to name a few. The property has both front and rear decks offering a versatile, relaxing outdoor living experience. The double remote control garage has access at the rear and built in storage areas. An established low maintenance, well manicured front and rear garden enables you more time to enjoy the benefits Torquay has to offer, whether you are looking for a permanent home, investment or well located beach home, this is one of the rare properties that caters for a high percentage of the market place. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t delay your inspection.

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This Sunday 26th June at 1:00pm View By Appointment Terry Cleary 0400 004 772 Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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Brand new, waiting for you You will be proud to call this property home. Comprising 3 bedrooms, master with WIR and ensuite, study, open plan kitchen with adjoining meals and living room. An ideal holiday retreat, first home, investment or down sizer. Situated in the popular Quay Estate, this brand new home is sure to tick all the right boxes. Call today.

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1. 2500m2 Allotment either Residential or Commercial Zoning Contact Michael Lowe 2. Three Bedroom Townhouse with Ocean Views Contact Louise Venter 3. Land â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Suitable for development â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Residential or Commercial â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Small or Large lots Contact Michael Lowe

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For Sale Saturday 16th July at 11.00am View By Appointment Only ljhooker.com/GHSFCH

5. Jan Juc family home to $650,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; handy to beach Contact Sue Dodd

Contact Michael Lowe 0407 816 167 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

If you can assist, please contact us at 19a Gilbert Street or telephone our office on 5261 2121.

LJ Hooker Torquay 5261 2121 All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

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Breamlea lifestyle awaits you This is your chance to purchase a beautiful property in this highly sought and tightly held area of Breamlea. Set on approximately 810 sqm this home provides the perfect beachside hideaway, either as a holiday home, investment or a permanent residence.

Beautiful Bancoora beach is literally only metres from your door while the thriving townships of Torquay and Barwon Heads is only a ten minute drive away. This is a once in a life time opportunity donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t delay inspect now!!!!

Auction Saturday 30th July at 11.00am View Saturday 1.00pm to 1.30pm ljhooker.com/GQKFCH Contact Louise Venter 0405 347 166 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

Comprising 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, 2 living areas with timber floors, 3 garages and undercover decking area overlooking Breamlea Estuary and wetlands.

LJ Hooker Torquay 5261 2121 All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

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Expansive family home This sunny family home is set on a lovely 800sqm (approx) corner block in the premier Quay Estate. Offering ocean views, three spacious living areas and five bedrooms, this home is sure to please the entire family. The first floor has a separate formal lounge room/ study and open plan kitchen, dining and family room, with quality tiles and floating timber floors. The kitchen boasts Caesar stone bench tops, plenty of overhead cupboards and a great breakfast bar. There is also a powder room, laundry and fifth bedroom with full ensuite and walk in robe for a teenager or guests.

Upstairs there is a rumpus room and a further four bedrooms, all with built in robes, as well as a master with ensuite, a walk in robe and a soothing ocean view. Alfresco dining can be appreciated from the large decked area and big grassed backyard with vege boxes for mum and plenty of room for a game of cricket or a future pool.

Auction Saturday 6th August at 11.00am View Saturday 1.00pm to 1.30pm ljhooker.com/GOXFCH Contact Brad Pekin 0425 274 383 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

And all of this is just a short stroll from Torquayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s glorious beaches. Act now and inspect this lovely home!

LJ Hooker Torquay 5261 2121 All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

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fletchers.net.au REIV Website Award 2010/2011

31 Gidgee Mews, CLIFTON SPRINGS $409,000

What a perfect place to bring up the family! Be prepared to fall in love with this stunning new home! A light & bright entrance with large floor tiles flowing through to a study/salon at the front (perfect to run a business from home), formal lounge then into the open plan kitchen/dining/living area. The kitchen allows you to cook in style, with SS appliances (incl DW), plenty of bench & cupboard space. The home has zoned living with the master BR & en suite at the front, 2 large bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to the side/back end of the home. Large East facing windows allow natural light to flood the main space & opens out to the massive undercover, decked alfresco area. Plenty of room out the back for kids & pets to run around & to add your own touches. With a picturesque street front, situated in a quiet court & in a fast developing area, this home puts you within minutes of the local schools & shops. Move in and enjoy! Land approx 792m². Inspect: Saturday 9 July, 12.00-12.30pm Agent: Hayden Real Estate, Ocean Grove Contact: Linda Craig 0435 903 706

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Portarlington 50 Hereford Street

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hockingstuart is proud to support Kids Under Cover, helping to provide homes and scholarships for young people in need. This year’s award winning Umbrella Ball is inspired by the Circus theme ‘Under the Big Top’. Get ready for a three-ring night of fun, entertainment and thrills! Dance to the tunes of Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows and gasp at the roving circus performers. When: 6:30pm – 1am, Saturday 16 July 2011 Where: The Palladium Ballroom at Crown Dress: Black tie (circus attire optional) Visit www.kuc.org.au or call 9429 7444 for tickets and details. Corporate tables are also available.

THE DARING ACROBATIC TEAM Featuring hockingstuart employees: Tamara Freeman (Personal Assistant - Carnegie), Deone Clark (Property Manager - Bentleigh), Charlie Atkins (Sales Consultant - Carlton), Nicholas Brennan (Director - Glen Waverley), Xavier George (Assistant Property Manager - South Yarra) and the dazzling Nigel O’Neil (CEO) as The Ringmaster!

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Drysdale Buying $317,500

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Investors Take Note! Conveniently Located And Low Maintenance $310,000 82 MIRRABOOKA AVE, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Next Door to Everything $299,500 46 WYNDHAM STREET, DRYSDALE

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The Ultimate Sea-Change $530,000 145 BAY SHORE AVENUE, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Price! Presentation! Position! $310,000 59 DANDARIGGA DRIVE, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Torquay: The Quay Estate, Longshore St Inspect by appointment Office: Ph 9328 0339 Sales Inquire: Robert Roszbach 0406 632 945 Leopold: Kensington Estate, Christies Rd Mon-Wed: 12pm – 5pm Thurs-Fri: Closed Sat-Sun: 11am – 5pm Display Home: 9328 0320 or 9328 0324 Sales Inquire: Jim Upchurch 0407 861 549 Leopold: Estuary Estate, Paraffin Dr Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Display Home: 9328 0358 or 9328 0359 Sales Inquire: Damir 0403 242 144

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DRUM ROLL please – the first round of performers has been announced for this year’s Falls Music and Arts Festival, in Lorne. There is no better way to kick off a line up announcement than with Arctic Monkeys. The British indie rock gods have been confirmed to play at the festival for the first time. Over the past six years Arctic Monkeys have cemented their place as one of the most revered acts of this generation. Their debut LP Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not (2006) was the fastest selling debut album in UK history. To add to the commotion a raft of other names have been announced to deliver this year’s festival. Comedic genius Arj Barker will bring his wit, Easy Star All Stars will perform Dub Side of the Moon in its entirety, and Seattle’s favourite folk rockers Fleet Foxes will flock to Falls as well. Fleet Foxes have been busily touring the world, supporting the likes of Neil Young and creating their stunning sophomore album, Helplessness Blues. They’ve delved deeper and darker in mood on their latest release, whilst keeping their trademark harmonies and gangland choruses. The latest jewel in the Australian music crown The Jezabels will also return to Falls with fresh set list of new material. Virtually unknown 18 months ago, this Sydney four piece have been causing a stir both locally and internationally thanks to their solid live shows and spectacular recordings. And, Aotearoa’s legendary singer songwriter, Tim Finn, will also take the stage. Finn is a memorable songwriter, was a founding member of Split Enz, a sometimes member of Crowded House, and a much loved solo performer. The Falls Music and Arts Festival will run from December 28 for four days and is one of Australia’s

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Horses for courses IN THIS fast-paced modern wine market, everything’s about drink now with no time to lose, and coming up with a half decent, presentable young wine is becoming quite a talent in itself. One winery that seems to have achieved this whilst keeping the price very reasonable is Rymill of Coonawarra fame. Rymill traces its history back to when the famous surveyor John Riddoch, founded Coonawarra in 1890. He was so impressed with the promise of this region for growing fruit. Rightly so – it is dead flat, has rich red soil with a thin layer of the famous ‘Terra Rosa’ red earth, whilst underneath there is a limestone base just perfect for wine production. The mild cool climate and abundance of water further enhanced this region as an ideal location. And the rest is history, as they say. The Rymill and Riddoch family links have been well entwined over the ensuing years which eventually saw Peter Rymill establish the Rymill Winery in the heady heyday that was the early 90’s wine industry. Well and truly an established major producer in the region, their relatively new ‘Yearling’ label (based on one year old wines) ticks all the boxes when looking for a decent red wine in the very competitive sub $15 wine market. The fruit for these wines is 100 per cent Coonawarra sourced with the average vine age being 17+ years. The overall feel of the 2009 releases is that the vintage is a good one, maybe a tad leaner than the two either side. If you’re so inclined, feel free to jump on a winner.

Winter in the marsh JULY is being celebrated with good music by an open fire in Deans Marsh at Martians Cafe. Get along and enjoy of many great evenings of music. Here’s a taste of what’s on offer. Hot Club Swing will play on Saturday, July 16. The audience can expect an exciting and highly infectious style of music best described as French gypsy jazz. The musicians are Ben Calderazzo (lead/guitar), Phil Smurthwaite (violin), Matt Kenneally (rhythm guitar), Rob Gador (double bass) and Nadine Joy (vocals). Bring your dancing shoes! On Saturday, July 23, Sweet Jean will play. Sime Nugent and Alice Keath create inspirational folk music; beautiful and razor sharp harmonies with banjo, guitar, autoharp, harmonica. The duo’s humour and good gothic story telling promises a night to warm the soul. On Saturday, July 30, Lloyd Bosch and The Woodcutters perform. Bosch’s unique country and folk sound attempts to clear your mind and reinvoke the primal essence of love, togetherness and the simple pleasures of life along with the harmony rich vocals of Melbourne outfit The Woodcutters. Treat yourself to a night of inspired sound at Martians Cafe. The fire will be blazing and delicious food, wine or hot Franjelico chocolate is only an ask away. All shows start at 8pm and there is a cover charge

of $10 or $15, 100 per cent of which goes to the musicians. Martians Cafe is open in winter from Wednesday to Sunday for breakfast and lunch, and for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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Rymill ‘The Yearling’ Coonawarra Shiraz 2009 ($14) Abundant and upfront with lashings of ripe red berry fruits and a hint of tell tale Shiraz spice. The palate weight is full yet not heavy handed and it finishes with good intensity of flavour and length. The 2009 vintage is a slightly leaner filly than its predecessor but still shows enough varietal and regional character to make this an outstanding red wine buy for the price.

Rymill ‘The Yearling’ Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 ($14) Coonawarra Cabernets are well known for their rich, fragrant layers of dark fruits, dark chocolate and plum fruit flavours, hints of oak and structured, grippy tannins. Considering this wine is so youthful, it delivers a hefty bang for your buck, with lifted crushed red fruits and typical Cabernet leafy/earthy aromatics on display, while the rich, fruity blackcurrant/plum flavours are mouth-filling (yet not heavy) and linger long on the finish.

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Music in the morning for all GEELONG Performing Arts Centre (GPAC) has unveiled the line-up for Season Two of its popular Musical Mornings programme, offering more magic with five sensational shows. As always, patrons are able to purchase a subscription to all five shows at a special discounted price, which not only saves them money but also secures their seat for the entire season. Season Two opens this month with Best of Broadway, a colourful new song and dance show with more than 20 songs and a wonderfully talented cast led by John Lidgerwood – a well-loved performer with a stage, television and concert career of more than 40 years. Denise Drysdale, one of the best-loved stars of Australian entertainment pays a visit in late August, with the trademark warmth and humour that has touched the lives of millions through 40 years of television, radio and stage performance, including her current role on the Ten Network’s The Circle. In October, entertainment legend Barry Crocker will lead audiences through AB Paterson’s book of old bush songs in Banjo. Striving to bring this labour of love to the stage for two-and-a-half years, Barry Crocker will deliver

a magical morning of poetry, music and superb storytelling. November will see the brilliant tribute, Little Help From My Friends – The Complete Beatles, a celebration of the greatest band that ever lived. Highly talented musician and Beatles aficionado David Cameron leads his band through the wonderful music and enthralling story of The Beatles. Finally in December The Gaslight Company will lead audiences into the festive season with its annual Christmas show, combining beautiful traditional and contemporary Christmas songs spiced with great humour and some very special guests – the perfect show to wind up another great year of GPAC Musical Mornings. Musical Mornings concerts are sponsored by Tuckers Funeral and Bereavement Services and are held in The Playhouse at GPAC on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10.30am. There is free morning tea available to patrons before the show, along with delightful pre-show performers and exhibits in the GPAC foyer, presented by the region’s various cultural communities with thanks to Diversitat. Season subscriptions and single-show tickets are now on sale. Phone the GPAC Box Office on 5225 1200 or visit www.gpac. org.au for bookings.

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Toast to the roast THE RITUALS of a Sunday roast are wonderful. It should start early with the invitation of family and friends. In much of the catering I have done we keep the elements of a dish simple. A Sunday roast is an exception. In our house it is not uncommon to prepare eight different vegetables to accompany the meat- cauliflower with cheese, roast potatoes, pureed peas, tomato and onion pie, pumpkin, parsnip, onions and gravy. A dessert and coffee are mandatory and sometimes cheese and chocolates. Back to the rituals. Start by preparing the meat. Usually, but not always, lamb. Someone is sent to the garden for rosemary to poke into the lamb along with slivered garlic. Rub the meat with salt, pepper and oil and it’s ready for the oven. Make the béchamel sauce for the cauliflower at the same time someone is setting the table for about twelve people. I think it’s an ideal number. Not too many that the cook is overwhelmed, but enough to spark some lively conversation and plenty of hands for clean up. Prepare the vegetables and start on dessert. Make this simple so as not to miss the inevitable conversation about politics or football. Having put the meal in the oven, it’s time to shower, change and be ready for the onslaught. Pre-lunch drinks, nibbles, conversation, food, wine, conversation, dessert, wine, conversation….you get the idea? The following is a how I prepare the roast potatoes, which are surely a highlight of any Sunday roast. The secret is duck fat – you need only a small amount. You didn’t think I was going to give away all of the secrets did you?

The best roast potatoes Ingredients Coliban or Sebago potatoes, duck fat, salt Method Preheat oven to 220°C Peel potatoes and cut into 5cm chunks Place into a large saucepan Cover with cold water Bring to the boil then switch off Leave for 10 minutes Drain and shake to rough surface of potatoes Place duck fat into a large roasting pan then into the oven for five minutes or until liquid Add potatoes and return to oven Turn several times, basting the potatoes Serve when golden brown, seasoned with salt

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Festival enjoys a Celtic taste THE INAUGURAL Anglesea Music Festival last year brought a host of exciting acts to the region and this October will be no exception. The festival brings together some of the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading artists as well as a raft of local acts across a multitude of genres â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all occurring under the banner of promoting grassroots, up and coming artists. With the first round of artists now confirmed and the second round of applications open, there are sure to be a few surprise names on the list and many must-see acts. One such band that is set to energise the stages at the festival â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which will be held on October 14, 15 and 16 this year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; will be Celtic folk/punk outfit, Between The Wars. In the same way that The Pogues and the Dropkick Murphys stayed true to their own genre while blending in a strong Irish influence, Between The Wars are setting Melbourne stages on

fire with their clever and unique fusion of Irish folk music with indie sounds and punk rock. The label of Irish folk music gives connotations of 50-something men on stage, playing songs they learnt as children from relatives of eras long ago. However, Between The Wars take this image and rip it to pieces, cementing their place in the live music scene and showcasing the amazing live talents of all the band membersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; vocal and musical abilities. The sum of their parts is so great that their music is taken to a whole new level which allows their audience to be a perfect blend of young and old, never alienating one in favour of the other. In the time they have spent together so far as a group, they have garnered much acclaim all over the greater Melbourne area for their energetic and entertaining sets. Between The Wars have performed at the Esplanade Hotel, the Celtic Club and

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Bridie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reillyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just to name a few of their hometownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s iconic venues. On top of this, they performed at the Echuca/ Moama and Kilmore Celtic Festivals in 2010 and 2011, as well as the 2011 National Celtic Festival in Portarlington. The band have also supported Irish

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It’s time to make a splash Tuesday 5 July 2011

THE ANNUAL splash!dance Festival returns to Geelong Performing Arts Centre these school holidays. The festival provides five days of dance fun for the whole family including workshops, showcases, competitions and entertainment. Organised by Geelong Dance Network Inc. with support from Geelong Performing Arts Centre

and the City of Greater Geelong, the splash!dance Festival program aims to excite and inspire dancers and dance enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Festival organisers are proud to present for the eighth year the Australian Choreographic Competition, at The Playhouse on Saturday, July 9, at 5pm The competition has attracted choreographers

from the Asia Pacific region, New Zealand and right across Australia, and some of Australia’s most knowledgeable choreographic adjudicators - Cheryl Kaloger, Julie Dyson and Rosemary Bennett. The festival also includes a masterclass series and several workshops in various dance styles and techniques, enabling local dancers to access expert tuition and learn new skills. A highlight this year will be hip hop sessions, with popular Melbourne artist and teacher Jack May, offering classes to suit primary school and open ages. There’s even something to keep budding young dancers amused in the holidays. A new Mini Movers event will be held on Friday,

July 8, from 2pm until 3.30pm in the Alcoa Studios, offering a fun environment for 3-6 year olds to try a range of dance styles and have their faces painted. Without a doubt the highlight of the 2011 splash!dance Festival for the region’s dancers will be the showcases. Due to popular demand they will this year be run as separate events at GPAC’s Playhouse Theatre – the splash!dance Junior Showcase on Sunday, July 10, at 3pm and the Geelong Dance Showcase at 5pm. Tickets for the Australian Choreographic Competition, Showcase Concerts, Mini Movers and Hip Hop sessions are available at GPAC Box Office on 5225 1200 or online at www.gpac.org.au

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IF YOU live on the Bellarine Peninsula and want to learn how to hip hop then your wish has just been granted. Director Dance Initiative Productions Sally Pearson is offering Hip Hop Dance Classes at the Potato Shed in Drysdale, starting on July 18. -Juniors (10-12yrs) 6.30pm-7.15pm -Teens (23-15yrs) 7.15pm-8pm -Seniors (16yrs+) 8pm-8.45pm

“The Potato Shed is a wonderful venue for educating new generations in dance and creative new artistic works,” she said. “Maiden Voyage – A Cruise Line Dance Spectacular, will be held at the Potato Shed in November and I am seeking potential Hip Hop dancers to include routines in this production that will tour regional Victoria in 2012. For more, contact Sally on 0418 179 871.

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Tuesday 5 July 2011

Feast of flavour SURF COAST and Bellarine residents will feast on an array of food, flavour and fun activities on offer at Central Geelong during July. Central Geelong Marketing launched the Tastes of Central Geelong at Art Is studio and on Wednesday. Tastes of Central Geelong will showcase the huge range of restaurants and cafes and food experiences on offer in Central Geelong from July 4 to 24. Activities on offer include: â&#x20AC;˘ Cooking classes and demonstrations â&#x20AC;˘ Degustation menus â&#x20AC;˘ Special themed menus and master classes â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchen tours â&#x20AC;˘ Coffee, tea and wine appreciation â&#x20AC;˘ Vegetable garden advice â&#x20AC;˘ Organic produce education â&#x20AC;˘ Ethnic food and music â&#x20AC;˘ Sugar and spice tours of the Geelong Botanic Gardens â&#x20AC;˘ Food themed $5 movies at Village Cinemas Geelong â&#x20AC;˘ Food themed art exhibitions â&#x20AC;˘ Food discovery walking tours; and â&#x20AC;˘ Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s food activities. Sammy and Bella from the television show My Kitchen Rules will also be at the Central Geelong Farmers Market on July 9, at 10.30am. A cooking demonstration will also be with celebrity chef Miguel Maestre at Market Square Shopping Centre on July 19, at 11.30am. For more information, visit www.centralgeelong.com.au

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A gift for razor-sharp comedy LOCAL audiences are in for a treat as the latest show from acclaimed Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith comes to The Playhouse stage as part of Geelong Performing Arts Centreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (GPAC) 2011 Alcoa Theatre Season. The Gift is another witty examination of our modern moral confusions, from the writer of Ninety and Songs for Nobodies. Murray-Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new play is a razor-sharp drama, at once disturbing and hilarious. In The Gift she creates an extraordinary situation to explore what gives our lives meaning. Sadie and Ed meet Martin and ChloĂŤ at a holiday resort and instantly hit it off, despite coming from completely different worlds. When Martin saves Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life, everyone knows the debt can never be properly repaid. But Ed is rich and generous, and Martin and ChloĂŤ have a need so great it seems divine providence that the two couples should have found each other. So, given time to think, they return to make their wish â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but surely itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a wish nobody could possibly grant? The play will leave audiences with plenty to talk about long after the show closes. It stars theatre stalwart Richard Piper as Ed, Heather Bolton as Sadie and Elizabeth Debicki and Matt Dyktynski as the younger couple, Chloe and Martin. The Gift comes wrapped in Murray-Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s glinting dialogue and is brilliantly directed

by Maria Aitken, whose work was last seen at GPAC in The 39 Steps. Murray-Smith is regarded one of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most successful contemporary playwrights renowned for her thought-provoking plays,

which deftly mix comedy and drama, elegant language, savage observations and wit. The Gift opens July 14 for four performances (until July 16). Tickets are available on 5225 1200 or online at www.gpac.org.au

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Barwon Heads Film Society

Fig Tree Community House

The society screens a wide variety of film genres including Australian, foreign language and classic on the last Thursday of the month February â&#x20AC;&#x201C; November. They are holding their fourth bi-annual film festival on Friday and Saturday July 22/23 at the Community Hall, phone Anne 5254 2948

BELLBRAE Mondays

Zumba with Jenny

AIREYS INLET

9.30am-10.30am Bellbrae Hall. For more information, phone 0401 732 095.

Tuesdays

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Zumba with Jenny

Poetry Classes

9.30am-10.30am Aireys Community Hall. For more information, phone 0401 732 095.

Tuesdays: Beginners hand building classes. Wednesdays: Beginners wheel throwing classes. At Bellbrae Poetry, for all enquiries contact Nishar on 0423 959 513.

Fridays

Aireys Inlet Playgroup

Meet at the Community Hall from 10am-12pm For more information, phone Karen 5289 7145 or 0421 797 519.

ANGLESEA Art House

The Art House has many activities including life drawing, mosaics and pottery, printing, water colour, portraiture and painting any medium.

Saturday July 23

Collagraph Printmaking Workshop

10am-4pm. Making collagraphs using glue lines produces prints with character. Cost $150. Phone 0418 179 554

Thursdays

Green Mums 3228

10am, meet the first Thursday of every month at Bellbrae Community Hall. Share ideas on how to lead greener and healthier lifestyles.

DEANS MARSH Deans Marsh Community Cottage

Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.30am-2.30pm. Phone 5236 3388.The cottage has a host of activities at the moment, including: yoga, table tennis, playgroup, tai chi and childcare.

DRYSDALE and CLIFTON SPRINGS

Saturday July 9

Wednesdays and Fridays

9am. Aireys Inlet, Distillery Creek. Meet at Aireys Inlet Community Centre car park. Bring morning tea.

10am-12pm at Golf Club Community Rooms. Newborn-5 years old. New group of mums looking for more new families. First Visit is Free! Phone Sarah on 0419 113 203

Clifton Springs Playgroup

ANGAIR Birdwalk Sunday July 10

Drysdale Senior Community Club â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Town Centre

ANGAIR Working Bee

9.30am-11am. Friends of Allen Noble Sanctuary. Meet at Sanctuary, Aireys Inlet.

Monday July 11

ANGAIR Nature Walk

9.30am-11am. Meet at ANGAIR Centre, McMillan Street. www.angair.org.au

Anglesea and District Community House

Phone 5263 2116, email angcom@fastmail.com.au or visit www. anglesea.org.au Opening hours are Monday-Friday from 9.30am-2.30pm

Fridays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; July 22-September 23

Lotus Yoga

9.30am-11am. Contact Janine 5261 3592 There are plenty more activities being held at the Anglesea and District Community House, pick up a copy of their Term 3 Courses.

Mondays 9.15am-10am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Yoga 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Carpet Bowls, Cards and Snooker Tuesdays 9am-11am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Weight Watchers 11.30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lunch followed by Bingo Wednesdays 11am-12pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Exercises 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Carpet Bowls and Snooker Thursdays 9.15am-11.15am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Line Dancing for beginners 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Cards, Craft, Snooker and Choir Singing Fridays 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Carpet Bowls and Snooker Saturdays 1pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Cards, Darts, Snooker and Table Tennis For information, phone 5251 2983.

Zumba Classes

Mondays 9.30am at Anglesea Memorial Hall Thursdays 6pm at Anglesea Memorial Hall

Platypus Toy Library

From 12pm-1pm in McMillan Street next to the kindergarten. For more information, phone 0408 130 598.

Thursdays

Lotus Yoga

9.30am-11am at the Community House.

Anglesea Incredible Edibles Community Garden

At the rear of 5 McMillan Street from 10.30am at the garden. For more information, phone Sue 0419 541 107.

APOLLO BAY Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House

6 Pengilley Avenue The house as a host of ongoing activities, please phone 5237 8500 for more information.

BARWON HEADS Barwon Heads Chorale

Rehearsals at The Anglican Church, Hitchcock Avenue at 7.30pm. Donation of $5.

Tuesdays

Latin Belly Dance Fitness Classes

11am-12pm at the Supperoom Community Hall. Emphasizing fitness through fun and energizing dance. For beginners, all shapes, sizes and ages. Phone Martine 0411 727 930.

The house has a host of ongoing activities, including: Hairdressing by appointment, crazy whist, stamp club, board games, Nordic walking, bingo, indoor bowls, snooker. Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre 91 The Parade, phone 5255 4294.

Coasters Social Group

Social events for people of working age. Dining out, movies, trivia, bands, and more. Visit www.meetup.com/bellarine-geelong-social-group or email bellgees@gmail.com

PARAPARAP DrolKar Buddhist Centre

625 Nortonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Road â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5266 1788 or www.drolkarbuddhistcentre.org.au Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and the first Sunday of the Month. Regular Tibetan Buddhist philosophy teaching and meditation classes.

Wednesdays

Community Music Ensemble Port Music Inc 7pm-9pm, Music Hub, 94 Geelong Road. For more information, phone 5259 2009.

Fresh Fruit and Vegies. 8.30am-11.30am. Portarlington Primary School, Newcombe Street New produce traders welcome. Helen 0432 518 014.

Monday, Wednesday, Fridays

Portarlington Pedal Group

Social Mixed Tennis

7.30pm at Jan Juc Tennis Club. All ages and abilities. For further information contact Sarah 0437 700 403

Easy riding to suit individual abilities followed by social chat. Tuesday 2pm, Wednesday 6pm, Friday 10am At 130 Willis Street. Phone Graham on 5259 1651.

Portarlington Neighbourhood House

28 Brown Street The house has a host of ongoing activities, including: Yoga, Pilates, chess group, exploring music, music and movement for parents and pre-schoolers, canasta, beginners guide to the Internet and beginners guide to email, Mah-Jong, computers for digital photography, exploring photography. For more information, phone 5259 2290 or visit www.portnh.org.au

QUEENSCLIFF

LEOPOLD

Sounding for inner peace meditation

Aimee Country Line Dancing Saturday July 9

7pm-9pm at the Neighbourhood House. Bring blanket and cushion. Phone 5258 3367

Friday 8th & Saturday 9th July

11pm & 2am Each Night

Pilates with Karin

Please phone 0419 362 136 for more information.

Mondays and Wednesdays

Beginners and ongoing ballroom dance classes Mondays: Beginners classes at 7pm; Mondays: Ongoing classes at 8.15pm Wednesdays: Ongoing classes at 7.30pm and social dance at 8pm. At TIA Hall, Price Street. Phone Pauline 5261 3838.

Tuesdays

Red Cross

Emergency first aid team meeting Third Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm in the small meeting room at the TIA building, Price Street. For more information phone 5261 9143.

Wednesdays

Pregnancy and Birth Support Group

10am-11.45am at 11 Centre Court, Torquay. Morning tea and refreshments will be supplied. Cost: $15. For bookings and more information contact Kellie 5264 7845 or 0400 907 370.

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Meditation and philosophy for beginners Tuesday 7pm and Thursdays 10am Free at the RACV Torquay Golf Club. For more information phone 5264 7484.

Tuesdays and Saturdays 9.30am-11am at Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hub, Grossmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Road. Contact Tanya Hollis 0401 628 599.

Wednesdays

Take off weight naturally! 6pm-7.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, Price Street. This Months Guest Speaker â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from Breast Screen Victoria April 20 at 6.45pm. Contact Barbra on 5261 2434 or Oona on 0438 612 426 For more information phone Barb 5261 2434, 0408 355 682 or Oona 5261 2426 or 0438 612 426.

CAE Book Discussion Group

2nd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. New members welcome. For further details contact Barb 5250 2741

Our Term 3 Program is out now and is chock full of great courses, workshops and interest groups including Spinning, Blogging, Gardening, Yoga, Art, Computers, Italian, French, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shed and much more. Phone to have a copy sent to you: 5258 3367.

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Thursdays

Spiritual Philosophy CafĂŠ

Up-close private dances

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Queenscliff Neighbourhood House at the Beach

Live feature shows every hour SHOWTIME:

Ditch the Workout! Join the Party! Monday: 7.30pm-8.30pm Tuesday: 7pm-8pm Thursday: 9.30am-10.30am At the Uniting Church Hall, Anderson Street. Casual $14 or $72 for six weeks or $100 for 10 weeks, Inquires to 0401 732 095.

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Ongoing classes at 7.30pm and social dance at 8pm. TIA Hall, Price Street. Phone Pauline 52613838.

Queenscliffe Historical Museum

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Spring Creek Community House

Local author Greg Wane as a guest speaker. Greg will discuss his recently published book Aground in the Rip. 10am at Queenscliff Uniting Church Hall, Cnr Stokes and Hesse Street. All welcome.

APL POKER

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Meeting held 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm. For more information phone 5257 2032 or http://tinyurl.com/ StLComSpace

Old Time Dance

THURSDAYS

LIVE!

Friends of Edwards Point Committee

8pm-12am at the Community Hall. Cost $8 includes Supper Tea/Coffee.

PENTHOUSE Arianna Starr

Thursdays

Ballroom Dancing

Thursday July 28

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PENTHOUSE PET

Located at Blanche Street, the community space has art and craft groups, friendship groups and courses.

Surf Coast Toy Library

Tuesdays

Wednesdays and Fridays

St Leonards Community Space

7.30pm at the Torquay tennis club, cost $7. For more information phone 5261 9356.

Port produce

Thursdays

9am-11am at St Leonards Primary School. Cost $2 per family per week. For more information phone 5257 1460.

Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social tennis

Fridays

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St Leonards playgroup

Sea breeze Day Club

0 to 5 years. 9am-10.55am. For more information, phone 5259 2572.

Forrest Neighbourhood House

Wednesdays

Meet fortnightly, 10am at Torquay Bowls Club, The Esplanade. For more information phone 5261 5136, 5261 4105 or 5261 6999.

Playtime at the Portarlington Primary School

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

6pm-7.30pm at the Progress Memorial Hall. Bring Mat and Blanket. Phone Judy 5257 1073.

Mondays

7.30pm-9.30pm at Uniting Church Hall, Newcombe Street. Admission $3. Call Roy for more information.

7pm Wednesday at Leopold Sportsmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 7pm Friday at Leopold Community Hall For more information, phone Rhonda 5250 2340 or 0412 679 369.

Tuesdays

Ocean Grove Senior Citizens â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 101 The Terrace

Community Ballroom Dancing Practice Night

SpringDale Neighbourhood Centre

Yoga and relaxation

TORQUAY

OCEAN GROVE

Tuesdays

Mondays Stepping stones â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a rostered playgroup for three year olds. Tuesdays/Thursdays Playgroup 0-2 years â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Baking, singing, storytelling, free play and craft. For more information: 5264 5077 or visit www.fwcss.com.au

Fridays

9.30am-10.30am at the Leisure Centre, Stribling Reserve. Phone 0401 732 095.

9.30am-11am at St Patricks Church Hall. Bring Mat and Blanket. Phone Judy 5257 1073

Freshwater Creek Steiner Playgroup

9.15am-10.15am at the Community Hall For more information, phone Karin 0419 362 136.

Zumba with Jenny

Yoga and relaxation

FRESHWATER CREEK

Pilates with Karin

Wednesdays

PORTARLINGTON

FORREST

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Phone: 5289 2972. Tuesdays Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Circle 7pm-9pm. Held on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Contact Janine 0419 291 215 Wednesdays Yoga 6pm-7.30pm with Sane Lewis. Thursdays Fig Tree Games Group 1pm-3.30pm. Tuesdays Lorne Carer Support Group 1.30pm-3.30pm held the first Tuesday of every month. Contact Heather on 5289 4315 Fridays Yoga 6pm-7.30pm with Brian Bongetti Thursday August 25 CFA: Residential Home Safety, Reduce the Risk 6-7pm, increase awareness of home fire hazards, prevent and deal with residential fires.

Mondays

Join in the activities. Writers Group, Drysdale Guides, Coffee Club, Bellarine Camera Club, Volley Ball, Senior Community Club, Lions Club, Careers Group, Rotary, R.S.L Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auxiliary, Community Craft Shop and more. For more information phone Anne on 5253 1960.

Mondays and Thursdays

ST LEONARDS Mondays

Pear Tree CafĂŠ, Gilbert Street. Free weekly 2pm-4.30pm. For more information phone 5264 7484.

Belly dance and Tahitian dance classes

7.30pm-8.30pm at the Surf Coast Sport and Recreation Centre. For more information phone 0439 651 234.

Pilates in the House (The Hardcore Pilates Class)

6pm and 7.10pm at Spring Creek Community House. Bookings essential. Phone Rachel 0405 273 414

Second Thursday of every month

Torquay Central Combined Probus

FULLY LICENCED CAFE NOW OPEN glesea at ocean rd, an e r g 3 0 1

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For both men & women. 9:45am at Lions Village, Kooringa Place. New members are welcome. Enquiries 5261 2989

Fridays

Community Playgroup

9.30am-11.30am at Torquay Christian Fellowship, Boston Road. 0-5year olds. Gold coin donation per child. Inquires to Kirsty 0408 719 861

Saturdays

Torquay Central Farmers Market

8.30am-1pm at Torquay Central car park in Bristol Road.

Saturdays

Learn Esperanto â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The International Language

The first Saturday of every month. Come and join a friendly group of people. Contact John on 5261 2899

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Work colleagues won’t be supportive this week but don’t take it personally (or lay guilt trips on others). Tackle professional problems on your own. You know what needs to be done, so just get on with it. Don’t spoil your romantic chances by being a Capricorn control freak. With Venus in your relationship zone, try the softy-softly approach instead.

Rushing Rams want everything done yesterday but a slow and steady approach will get you there faster. Positive Mars/Saturn aspects boost your willpower, and strengthen your resolve to get things done. You have the passion to get projects off the ground – now you need the persistence to finish them. Resist the urge to be extra reckless on Thursday.

Venus is visiting your sign (until July 29) so it’s time to flirt up a storm, and dazzle others with your Cancerian charms. Crabbiness is out and charisma is in, as you focus on the positives. Your domestic life is complicated but hang in there. As the Dalai Lama (born on July 6) reminds us “A loving atmosphere in your home is the foundation of your life.”

Don’t even try to second-guess the behavior of others. They will continually surprise (and flummox) you with their unpredictable antics, so don’t lose sleep trying to work out where they’re coming from. Whatever you expect (or ask) loved ones to do, they are likely to do the complete opposite. Perhaps it’s time to employ some reverse psychology?

It’s a wonderful week for soft lights, candlelit dinners and romantic reveries. Don’t get carried away though and let your usual common sense fly out the window. If you have unrealistic expectations about a relationship, you’ll end up sadly disappointed. Calling all Taurean artistic types – prepare for a creative surge as you are infused with ideas and inspiration!

We all know the Lion and Lioness are the King and Queen of the jungle, but you can too easily go off on a power trip – especially at work. With Jupiter moving through your career zone (until June 2012) you’ll discover you can be powerful and influential, without being domineering and dictatorial. Cool compromise is the key to a stress-free week.

Does it feel as if everyone wants a piece of you? If you’re a super smart Scorpio, you’ll do all you can to avoid power struggles and misunderstandings. Don’t feel you have to assert your authority compromise and kindness will get you a lot further. Be inspired by birthday great the Dalai Lama “Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.”

Aquarians are very contrary. You can be delightful company – when you’re in the mood. With Mercury and the Moon in your relationship zone this week, it’s time to charm others with your convivial conversation and compassionate approach. Plus positive Mercury/ Uranus aspects encourage you to shake things up and think outside the square.

An intriguing new person or peer group could enter your life, bringing a breath of fresh air to tired old routines. Be adventurous – go for excitement and change, and you won’t be sorry. Do you have to make an important decision? Balancing head and heart is the wise way to go. Saturday is the perfect time to connect with loved ones and catch up on correspondence.

Avoid getting stuck in a Virgo rut. It’s time to apply innovative solutions to stubborn old problems. Making decisions based purely on logic means you’re only seeing half the picture. Learn to listen to the wisdom of your inner voice - your intuition will point you in the right direction. If you are working on Saturday, the devil is definitely in the detail.

Thursday’s Jupiter/Pluto trine provides the potential for professional success. If you are financially disciplined (and capitalize on lucky opportunities that come your way) then your bank balance is set for a welcome boost. Attached Archers – it’s time to make love, not war. Singles – a sudden attraction tempts you but take the time to think things through.

Your finances are still being influenced by unpredictable Uranus and penny-pinching Saturn. More careful budgeting (and less impulse buys) will help life run more smoothly. You’re in the mood for a wildly romantic rendezvous. But are you expecting too much from your patient partner (or new love) and viewing life through rose-colored glasses?

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WOMEN of all ages are fronted with physical, emotional and relationship challenges but Lorne Community Hospital recognised a gap in rural women’s services for females over the age of 40. According to the hospital’s director of clinical services, Sue Morrissey, women in their 40s and 50s are faced with a number of challenges that often go un-spoken. The hospital created a fun, informative event to tackle the taboos and inspire

women in this age bracket to live life to the fullest. Making Your Forties and Fifties Fabulous ran in Lorne earlier in the year and was so well received, it is now being run at Deans Marsh Community Cottage, on Thursday, August 25. “The last one was fantastic. We are really looking forward to taking it to Deans Marsh,” Morrissey said. “This will be a fun and practical evening for women to learn more about the physical, emotional and relationship changes that can take place in their forties

and fifties. “Listen to women’s health experts discussing hormonal changes, libido, physical changes, sleep, emotional health and the importance of maintain health for the future. “Participants will look at practical ways of enhancing their health and wellbeing.” Making your Forties and Fifties Fabulous is part of the Lorne Community Hospital Rural Health Program. Contact Lorne Community Hospital or Deans Marsh Community Cottage for more information or to secure a spot.

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Swap your cans for films BY GAIL CHRISFIELD TORQUAY film buffs are in for a treat during July with the return of Network Video’s popular Cans4Films Festival, which aims to relieve hunger in the local community. The campaign encourages Network Video customers to donate canned food items by rewarding them with free movie rentals. One can of food will earn you one free weekly rental while two cans will earn three.

“This is the third year we’ve been involved in the Cans4Films Festival so we know by now that our customers are more than happy to donate cans of food to a worthy cause and enjoy a free movie at the same time,” said Network Video’s Josie Anderson. “We hope to see hundreds of cans in our store by the end of July, which we will send to Torquay Food Aid for distribution to families and individuals in need in the Torquay-Jan Juc area. “The statistics Australia-wide speak

for themselves. This year, more than two million Australians will rely on food relief at some stage. Worse still, at least half of these people will be children. “It’s clear that there’s a strong need to provide practical solutions to this problem, which is why Network Video is proud to again present the Cans4Films festival throughout the month of July.” Network Video Torquay is at Shop 1, 12 Gilbert Street and open seven days a week from 10am to 9pm.

CARLTON star Bryce Gibbs is calling for men from the Surf Coast and Bellarine to speak to their GP about prostate cancer. More than 10,680 men in the Greater Geelong region are expected to develop prostate cancer in their lifetime, with nearly 20,000 Australian men diagnosed each year. In fact, prostate cancer is the most common cancer affecting Australian men. To raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer treatment, Carlton and Collingwood will battle it out at the MCG on Saturday, July 16, for the Richard Pratt Cup. The Blues and the Pies have competed for the Richard Pratt Cup since 2009, in memory of former Carlton president, Richard Pratt, who passed away following a long battle with prostate cancer. Tragically, each year close to 3,300 men die of prostate cancer in Australia – equal to the number of women who die from breast cancer – and Gibbs said he hopes the game between the two AFL powerhouses will encourage local men to be more proactive about

their prostate health. “We want the Richard Pratt Cup to continue to raise awareness of this disease, as we work with the Richard Pratt Fellowships in Prostate Cancer to identify improved treatments for sufferers,” Gibbs said. The blockbuster match will see 15,000 blue ponchos handed out to supporters, signifying the impact of the disease on Australian men. Fifty fans will also form a guard of honour on field pre-game to honour Richard Pratt. “Carlton Football Club is asking any footy fans and members of the Greater Geelong community who have been affected by prostate cancer to register to participate in the guard of honour,” Gibbs said. “The Richard Pratt Cup was developed to encourage men everywhere to consult their GP and ensure they are regularly screened for prostate cancer.” To register for a place on the hallowed turf, or to make a donation to the Richard Pratt Fellowships in Prostate Cancer visit www.carltonfc.com.au\RPC

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AFTER servicing the Lorne community for more than 10 years, Jumbo Spout Cleaning recently expanded its services to other coastal areas from Apollo Bay to Barwon Heads. Owner Peter Lynch specialises in roof, gutter and downpipe cleaning, and uses an industrial vacuum cleaner to clear leaves, gumnuts, silt and other debris from these areas. â&#x20AC;&#x153;While Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m up there, I also check the roof for leaks and damage to ensure itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not going to cave-in, blow off or anything like that,â&#x20AC;? said Lynch. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My service aims to protect clientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; properties from flooding, fire hazards and rusting, which helps to prevent potential

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APOLLO BAY POSITION VACANT

TO ALL PATIENTS OF ANGLESEA MEDICAL CENTRE

MARRAR WOORN CO-ORDINATOR Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House Coordinator (Apollo Bay): 24 hrs/week - 3 year fixed term contract Create activities and programs to suit the whole township!

Meet people from all walks of life and help build their capacity to live well throughout all stages of life. As the Coordinator, you will plan and resource activities suitable to a Neighbourhood House utilising paid and voluntary workers, support the Advisory Committee and support your team of Neighbourhood House Coordinators located in Forrest and Lavers Hill. For more information please contact Maria Szybiak, Manager Community Services on 5237 8500, or download the Position Description at www.otwayhealth.com.au

Closing date: 4pm Thursday Thursday 19 21st July May

We regret to inform you that ANGLESEA MEDICAL CENTRE of 63 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea Vic 3230 is closing on 31st July 2011. Patients will need to transfer their clinical records to a new GP of their choice. Our practice staff will be able to assist you in this process from Monday to Friday 9.00am to 12noon. After 31 July 2011RXUSUDFWLFHVWDIIZLOOQRWEHDEOHWRDVVLVWZLWK¿OHWUDQVIHUVDW$QJOHVHD 0HGLFDO&HQWUH)RUDQ\WUDQVIHURI¿OHVSOHDVHREWDLQD³UHOHDVHIRUP´IURP\RXUQHZ*3 DQGKDYHWKH³UHOHDVHIRUP´VLJQHGDQGSRVWHGWRWKHVWDWHGDGGUHVV 1R,QVKRUH'ULYH7RUTXD\9LF ,I\RXKDYHDQ\IXUWKHUTXHULHV\RXPD\DOVRFRQWDFWWH[WDr Ho at 0432 587 765 who has been relocated to Belmont Bulk Billing Clinic at No 141 High Street Belmont, Geelong. :HWDNHWKLVRSSRUWXQLW\WRWKDQN\RXIRU\RXUNLQGOR\DODQGORYHO\VXSSRUWWRXVGXULQJ RXUVWD\LQ$QJOHVHD The Management

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insurance problems. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I recommend people get their spouts and gutters done twice a year. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not expensive and the peace of mind is well worth it.â&#x20AC;? Lynch originally worked as a gardener but started Jumbo due to the number of people asking him to clean out their gutters. His clients include schools, factories, large business complexes, body corporates and residential property owners. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am fully insured and trained in working on roofs and at heights, including harness safety,â&#x20AC;? he said. For more information and to arrange a free quote, phone Peter Lynch on 0409 426 523 or email jumbospoutcleaning@yahoo.com.au

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SATURDAY 30TH JULY 2011 All material should be placed within 2 metres (6 Feet) of the road surface in a clear, accessible location.

Preparation of Green Waste for Collection as follows:

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3. There is no limit to the number of bundles of green waste collected.

LOOSE OR UNITED GREEN WASTE WILL NOT BE COLLECTED! Any of the above items put out late will not be collected and will be the responsibility of the resident to dispose of. Any queries regarding your Greens Waste Collection Please phone Council (03) 5258 1377 or Four Season Waste (03) 5222 1095

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST PODIATRIST, APOLLO BAY This is a permanent contract arrangement at maximum two days per month, with the possibility of accommodation provided. Otway Health and Community Services, based in Apollo Bay, is currently seeking a qualified and suitable Podiatrist to assess patients, diagnose problems and plan optimum podiatric management programmes. You will provide appropriate treatment and instructions to allocated caseload and co-ordinate the podiatry clinic. In addition you will assess quality control, limit ballooning costs and provide timely delivery of footwear. For Further Job Related Information: We encourage you to contact Otway Health and Community Services CEO, Linda West at 5237 8500 for job related information. For any application queries, please contact Kim Bazell, Human Resources Administrator on 5237 8500. Application Instructions: Applicants should have their current resume/curriculum vitae and contract brief complete to be considered for application. Otway Health and Community Services, 75 McLachlan Street, Apollo Bay (03) 5237 8500

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Sat 13 Aug 10.30 am-12 pm

Winchelsea Community House, 28 Hesse St Anglesea Community House, 5 McMillan St

2. Event Planning Thurs 25 Aug How to plan a successful local community event. Does your 1 pm- 3 pm group have a great idea for a community event? Good planning can turn your good idea into a great event. This session is ideal for local community groups, clubs, kinders and associations. 3. Essential Elements of Healthy Organisations Thurs.18 Aug Lorne Senior Citizens Club, This workshop will enable participants to: 10 am-12 pm Mountjoy Pde x Identify the essential elements of a strong community organisation x Assess how well their organisation is performing x Understand how to improve their organisation, and x Access resources to help them strengthen their organisation. For further information or to book in to any of the above sessions (1, 2 or 3), please contact Sue Thomas at the Surf Coast Shire (Ph: 5261 0615 Email: sthomas@ surfcoast.vic.gov.au). 4. Roles, Responsibilities, Liabilities and Protections Tues. 26 July Council 11.30 amof Boards and Committees Offices, 2:30 pm 25 Grossmans Provided as part of the VCOSS Clearinghouse Training Program Rd,Torquay and delivered by PILCHConnect. To book session number 4, please register via: www.vcoss.org.au/clearinghouse/resources/R&R2011.html (Ph: 9654 5050 Email: hayley.peck@vcoss.org.au). 5. Business planning July/Aug - date To be For Surf Coast Shire Hall committees. to be announced announced For information about this workshop, please call Nicky Angus on 5261 0600. 6. Youth Casuarina Program A leadership development program for aspiring young leaders in Surf Coast communities (12-25yrs). For further information about this leadership program, please contact Michael Parker on 5261 0634.

1 x 3 day camp July/Aug

YMCA Camp, Anglesea

This Community Training Calendar has been developed in support of National Volunteer Week. Training opportunities will be provided throughout the year. Surf Coast Shire has partnered with a number of facilitators and organisations to deliver these FREE training opportunities across the Surf Coast Shire.

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To r q u a y - J a n J u c Reserves Master Plans Public Listening Posts

The project

Council has engaged leading environmental & design firm GHD to develop master plans for the Jan Juc Creek and Spring Creek linear corridors (Surf Coast Highway to Duffields Rd). The existing master plans for both Bob Pettitt and Spring Creek Recreation Reserves will also be reviewed and updated.

Listening posts

Take the opportunity to have your say about your neighborhood and to share ideas about how Council can make a difference to your local reserves through input to the draft master planning process. Residents and reserve users can view information, talk to the steering committee, consultants and council staff, and share ideas about: x Your thoughts and priorities, and

x New issues you believe need to be considered as part of this master planning process. Further information & contact A copy of the draft issues and opportunities paper is available from the council website www.surfcoast.vic.gov.au or by calling 5261 0694 or 5273 1842.

Listening Posts Saturday 9 July 10 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2 pm Two Locations: At the entrances to both Bob Pettitt and Spring Creek Recreation Reserves.

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Anglesea to host Melbourne Cup BY NATHAN HALE ANGLESEA will host this year’s Melbourne Cup on its annual tour of the country. The $175,000 trophy will make its stop at Anglesea on Saturday, October 23, as part of its tour of Australia to celebrate the race that stops a nation. Anglesea was selected as one of just 30 stops

Australia-wide after an impressive submission was entered to the Victorian Racing Club by Anglesea Lions Club president, Harry Wendt. “We are thrilled to be chosen to host the cup,” Wendt said. “We are hoping to make a great day of it and we want to get as much of the community involved as we can. “We are hoping to get the old folks homes, school

kids, surf clubs and other community groups that would like to be involved. “And we are really pitching this as a Surf Coast event – promoting the entire region, but centred in Anglesea for the day. There will be a chance to get your photo taken with the cup, as well as a host of other events on the day and all money raised will be distributed to local charities.”

The Lions Club is holding an initial planning meeting on July 19, and anyone interested in attending can contact David Morris on 5263 3085 for more information. Anglesea is just one of seven Victorian country towns the Cup will visit – with the others being Charlton, Kerang, Mansfield, Shepparton, Seymour and Euroa.

Jan Juc’s Cody Robinson is enjoying the warmer weather and the great waves on the Gold Coast surfing at the 14 years boys Occy’s Billabong Grom contest which began on the weekend and runs through to Wednesday. Cody had a great opening round heat win, impressing all with his powerful and stylish display to advance as one of the top scoring heat wins.

SURFCAST JUL 6 9 wednesday WSW (to SW) swell. 3 to 5ft+ Surf Coast, 6 to 8ft+ open beaches. Generally WNW to WSW winds 20 to 30+ knots.

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PORTARLINGTON GOLF CLUB

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WELL INTO the grip of winter, the Port players struggled on last week and completed their scheduled events to quickly return to the warmth of the club house or home to their fires. Tuesday Men’s comp last week was Par where Alf Kiselius managed 5 up to take trophy of the day and C Grade. A Grade winner was Ross Gibb, 2 up and Neil Keskinen in B Grade with 4 up. D Grade winner was Neil Ryan, 2 up. NTPs went to Robert Parry, Don McKenzie and Noel McMahon. Wednesday ladies played the second round of their 54 hole 4B Par. Viv Rhodes and Dorothy Emerson scored 8 up to add to their first round. Winners of the day were consistent mum and daughter, Barb Kavanagh and Lorraine Evans with 9 up, close behind them was Megan Siotos and Ann Watt also 9 up. NTPs were Judith Webber and Carmel Scarff while Pro Pin winners were Jen Champion and Judith Webber. On Thursday’s mixed comp Neil Keskinen got 43 points and 11 hole winner was Brian Webster, 40 points. Last Friday, the ladies invited clubs to participate in the Portarlington Silver Salver. Regular visitor Dot

Portarlington Golf Club 130 Hood Road, Portarlington Tel: 5259 2492 Fax: 5259 2959 Pro Shop: 5259 3361 Email: info@portarlingtongolf.com.au Web: www.portarlingtongolf.com.au

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but some chose to leave their warm fires to venture onto the course. Steve Luczo had the best score of the day with 2 up. Pennant update Not such good news this week with both teams going down to stronger opponents on the day. Better luck next week and the season is far from over. Clubhouse Have you been to the club lately? If not come down for a visit and see the new and improved rooms. We now have a savvy and comfortable décor to match our sensational course. Visitors are more than welcome, come and enjoy our hospitality and admire our new clubhouse and fittings. Carnival of golf Get your entries in now for the most successful open on the coast - nine days of great golf with great trophies on offer. Entry forms are on the Port Website. See you there.

FROM THE PRO SHOP wins. The Division 1 side remains undefeated at the top of the ladder after defeating Lonsdale 4 and half matches to two and a half matches at Clifton Springs. Division 2 travelled to Lonsdale and bounced back with a strong win over Torquay, five matches to two. Gavin Sheahan is relishing his role in the pennant side with two strong wins so far this season. Men’s competitions Terry Beggs won with 38 points from Louis McFadden who was runner-up on a countback with 33 points from Luke Muller and Mark Bainbridge. Russell Quick won the event with 3 up, on a countback from Denis Moore. Wes Bumpstead won NTP on the 5th hole while Charlie Celi took the honours on the 13th.

Pennant results The men’s pennant teams had a most successful weekend with both the Division 1 and 2 sides recording convincing

Women’s competitions The women played par on the last day of the financial year and I’m sure those in the pro shop would have

preferred hitting the little white ball instead of counting hundreds of them for stocktake! Linda “Miss Consistent” Turner won the day with 1 up from Heather Smith who was runner-up on one down. Lynne Hyett needed to do some shopping in the pro shop following her round after ‘destroying’ a glove she had borrowed from her playing partner. A tiny hole grew and grew until it became a crater! Future events A reminder to our women members to put their name down for next week’s Christmas in July. Partners will be drawn and it will be a shotgun start at 8.30am. Contact the pro shop for more details. Pro shop news There has been plenty of movement in the pro shop so come in and see the new stock, which is marching out the door quickly.

FROM MICHAEL CLANCY

Midweek results ON TUESDAY, the girls played 4BBB Stableford in teams of four for the Community Service Day. The team of Helen Haeberle, Judy Dickie, Helen Black and Judy Sceney won on count back with 56 points. Karen Lindmayer (Queens Park), Vicki Hannah (Apollo Bay), Judy Dickie and Mandy Buckley won the NTPs. Kathy Simson and Lyn Wilson scored the jackpots on the 13th hole. The girls put on a fantastic stall that raised a lot of money for charity, the homemade sweets were all the rage. The men played Stableford on Wednesday. Andy Moore (12) easily accounted for A Grade with 45 points, Ray Rashleigh (16) also scored 45 points winning B Grade and JE Pettigrove Winner Bill Bond (22) scored 46 points to take out C. The NTP winners for the day were John Williams, Andrew Groom, Nick Ivens and his son Bradley Ivens from Clifton Springs. Ron ‘Zip’ Campbell was in the money again collecting the jackpot and Andrew Groom scored another eagle on the 9th.

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Billman scored the best of the day with 38. Congrats also to Joy Penny from Barwon Valley taking two NTPs and Heather Morris, from Clifton Springs, taking the other. On Saturday a men’s Stroke round added a medal and a round of the eclectic. Mark Danaher is the latest recipient of a Monthly Medal due to his 80/14/66. Other grade winners were Lee McMurrich in A with 68, C Grade was Lindsay Hunter 69 and Ray King 68 for D Grade. For the ladies, Maureen Hogan returned top score for the round with a 73 nett. Maureen took B Grade as well as trophy of the day while returning to her best is Gweneth Barnett winning A Grade with a 74 nett. Well done Diz playing great golf at the moment. It was a tough day at the office for most of the ladies with the best gross being 94 scored by regular visitor Kerry Bond and the putting being 32 on a cb to Barb Kavanagh, who usually putts well under the 30 mark. NTPs were Jenny Pearson and Kay Williams with the ProPin going to Judy Kiely. Sunday members Par had a wicked day to play golf

HAPPY 7th Birthday to The Sands! The club celebrated with two shotgun starts on Saturday, a stableford comp for the men in the morning followed by the mixed 4BBB stableford event in the afternoon with players vying for the Handbury Trophy. Members and guests enjoyed an anniversary dinner on Saturday night and for the third time Austin and Jan Swain were awarded the Handbury Trophy. They won with 46 points from Peter Gray and Cheryl Collings who were runners-up with 42 points on a countback from Cam and Wendy Muller. The new members of The Sands consultative committee were also announced on the night. Congratulations to Leighton Bullock, John McKoy and Barry Tippet who have been elected to the committee.

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We had another good turnout for Par on Friday. John Riordan (15) won for the men with 6 up and Lyn Wilson (33) had a day out, scoring 9 up to win for the girls. Weekend results Stroke was played on Saturday for the Men’s monthly medal. Gary Watson (7) won A Grade on count back from 4 others scoring a 63 nett. Ken Nunn (15) topped B Grade with 62, Wes Matthews (20) snuck home in C on count back with 61 and Peter Mahony (21) took out D Grade and won the medal with an impressive 58 nett. The second round of the Captain’s Cup was also decided this week with Ken Nunn taking the honours, one ahead of John Evans. The NTPs were won by Phillip Smith, Graham Gill, Peter Guild and Andrew Groom. Wayne Bent collected the Jackpot on the 8th. Alec Inglis and Graham Gill scored eagles. For the girls, Inge Oliver (20) scored a win with a personal best 79 off the stick for a 59 nett, winning from last week’s runner up Jill Chick (29) 65. The

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GRFC girls SCFC coasts into competition going well BATTLE for the best - Surf Coast soccer teams had another strong week in play. SCFC U/13 Boys Blue beat Surfside Waves, and SCFC U12 Boys Blue beat Barwon. Read on for the full results.

GRFC Women’s Soccer saw some action packed competition on the weekend. Barwon Heads beat Geelong Rangers and Surfside Waves tore shreds off Deakin Uni. Here’s the run down… Geelong Rangers 2 Barwon Heads 4 In the battle of the basement it was the Hammerheads who struck first with a trademark strike from Cath Sattler from 40 meters out with the ball nestling in the top corner of the net. Heads had all the play in the first half, peppering the goal but meeting an outstanding keeper in the form of Rangers Jasmine Gilfoyle. Deakin Uni 0 Surfside Waves 12 Champagne football all the way! Surfside Waves put in a great display against a hard working Deakin side at Howard Glover reserve, running out 12 to 0 winners with ‘Magic’ Maddy Bennett netting 5 and ‘Lethal’ Lara Williams grabbing another hat-trick, Chelsea Taylor was outstanding on the right flank. Barwon 1 Corio Bay Cobras 2 Corio Bay was looking to consolidate a position in the ladder and Barwon were aiming to advance on the breakaway three on the ladder in the form of Geelong, Breakwater and Surfside. The Cobra girls were determined to set the pace and tone of their game and got off to a good start forcing the Barwon girls to look to the sidelines as to how to relieve the forward pressure. The Cobras had a break away and scored well through Steph Taylor on the 20th minute mark. The game was proving to be much more than a mid-table encounter with some solid football displayed by both teams. Breakwater Eagles 4 Bellarine Sharks 0 Breakwater continued their hopes to try to catch Geelong with an emphatic win over the Bellarine Sharks. A good effort from both teams. It will be interesting to see how things pan out.

SCFC U13 Girls Blue defeat Barwon 4-0 Surf Coast Blue played home today in Connawarre against Barwon, a great game with Surf Coast victors 4-0. Both teams played well and showed good structure and control passing and pushing forward. Well captained by Brooke O’Brien, two goals in the first half from Coby McInerney and in the second, one from Amy Suessmeir and one from Brooke O’Brien. SCFC U13 Boys Division 1 draw Corio Bay 1-1 The boys ventured to Evans Reserve and played on an extremely slow pitch. Surf Coast players found it very tough to come to terms with the pitch and made some silly mistakes. Air kicks and lack of communication between players saw them struggle in the first half. SCFC U13 Boys Blue defeat Surfside Waves 2-1 Captain Lawson Ormesher led the Blues to a victory

at home this week against Surfside Waves. Surfcoast held the advantage from kick off with the wind behind them and they took control of the game. Impressive attacking and strong defence paid off when Luke Lloyd scored an amazing goal at the 10 min mark. Although the opposition where quick on the pitch the boys held a strong centre line and solid mid field.

SCFC U12 Boys Blue defeat Barwon 2-0 The whole team put in an excellent effort and the rewards came with two goals, one in each half. The game started with solid defence with Barwon on the attack. In the second half Surf Coast had the wind and Kalen Webb got on a break and out paced their defence and took on the keeper and put the second goal through. SCFC U12 Boys Yellow defeat Surfside 2-1 In a magnificent team effort, Surf Coast Yellow came from behind at half time to defeat Surfside 2-1. From 1-0 down, Surf Coast attacked in the second half, with a magnificent run and goal by Toby Masters equalising the match. With 10 minutes to go Christian Thomas and Simon Will combined brilliantly and delivered the ball to Toby Masters who scored his

second goal.

SCFC U15 Girls draw Surfside 1-1 It was a lacklustre first half from the Coasters, with most of the game played in Surfside’s territory. Towards the end of the first half, the Coasters found some momentum. Some good attacking play scored them a free kick and Sophie Razmara scored a beauty of a goal, looping the ball over the top of the keeper’s head. SCFC U15 Boys lose to Lara 1-2 Surf Coast was a bit slow out of the blocks; the defence was struggling to get organised and found themselves 0-2 down after just 14 minutes. Surf Coast finished off the second half more strongly and held it to 0-2 at halftime, but just couldn’t get one into the net until the final minute when Ben Ryder belted one in from the edge of the box. METRO N AND W LEAGUE SCFC U18 defeat Kyneton 5-0 Surf Coast U18 had another great day at the quay on Sunday with a 5-0 romp over Kyneton; even with four first team players out.

Surfside Waves kicking goals WINDY and cold conditions greeted the players for Round 9, played on July 2 and 3. Most teams seemed to enjoy the conditions, putting in very competitive performances across all age groups.

Coast had a great goal from a free kick just outside the box, up in the top corner, impossible to save.

match Bell Park for most of the second half and only lose the half 4-2.

U/13 Girls: Surfside 2 Vs Bell Park Blue 1 A close encounter in cold blustery conditions at Shell Rd. Goals from Frances Dungey and Lucy SchaechePriestley saw the Waves over the line at the final whistle.

U/15 Boys: Surfside 6 Vs Geelong Rangers 0 Geelong Rangers made a strong start to the second half almost scoring several times, but were outplayed by some skilful passing and solid defensive work by our lads. A second half hat-trick by Ben Zebic secured this convincing victory.

Small sided games: The emphasis of small sided games is on skill development and enjoyment of the game. There are no winners or losers and no ladders or results recorded. The Waves field 2 teams in U/11 and 1 in the U/9. Although scores are not recorded, games are very competitive and players very enthusiastic. Generally it’s the adults that get hung up on the score not the kids! This week’s games were; U/11 Red Vs Barwon Heads, U/11 Blue Vs Barwon Blue, U/9 Vs Breakwater Eagles.

Senior Men: Surfside 5 Vs Bell Park 3 Top of the ladder Waves hosted Bell Park at Shell Rd. Locked at 2 all at half time (thanks to a penalty save by keeper Adrian Hawken) the Waves stepped up the pressure in the second half to win 5-3. Senior Women: Surfside Vs Deakin Uni Result not provided.

U/15 Girls: Surfside 1 Vs Surf Coast 1 The girls played one of their best games this season. With the ball up in their offensive half for most of the game they were unlucky not to score more. Surf

U/17 Boys: Surfside 2 Vs Bell Park 15 A very poor first half was followed by an outstanding second half. Again playing a very good side, and being down 11-0 at half time, it took a great effort to

U/13 Boys: Surfside 1 Vs Surf Coast 2 Another competitive match between two even teams. The Waves trailed 2-0 at half time and fought gallantly in the second half but just couldn’t find an equaliser to lose narrowly 2-1. U/12 Boys: Surfside 1 Vs Surf Coast 2 The Waves led 1-0 at half time with Lucas Wharmby scoring and should have had more goals if they had taken their chances. Surf Coast rallied in the second half to edge out the Waves 2-1.

NETBALL SCORES ROUND 12 A GRADE DRYSDALE 78 V PORTARLINGTON 55

GOALS: DRYSDALE: N. Cooke 60, J. Maddock 18. PORTARLINGTON: C. Bull 37, N. Nicholls 18. BEST: DRYSDALE: N. Cooke, E. Ruggles, A. Foot. PORTARLINGTON: C. Bull, N. Nicholls, C. Munday.

NEWCOMB 39 V ANGLESEA 52

GOALS: ANGLESEA: M. Savage 22, B. Caldwell 20, E. Rice 10. NEWCOMB: E. Schaeffer 29, M. Mahoney 7, K. Degoldi 3. BEST: ANGLESEA: T. Rice, E. O’Kane, B. Connolly. NEWCOMB: R. Cracknell, M. Taylor, F. McDonnell.

BARWON HEADS 47 V TORQUAY 52

GOALS: TORQUAY: E. Moerenhout 36, J. Warnes 16. BARWON HEADS: O. Young 36, S. Howard, 11.

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BEST: TORQUAY: E. Moerenhout, K. Lock, J. Warnes. BARWON HEADS: S. Howard, D. Miles.

MODEWARRE 81 V QUEENSCLIFF 39

GOALS: MODEWARRE: S. Fisher 56, J. Riddle 25. QUEENSCLIFF: L. Dick 26, L. Dreher 13 BEST: MODEWARRE: S. Fisher, E. Ovens, S. O’Connor. QUEENSCLIFF: L. Dreher, S. Jenson, R. Godfrey.

GEELONG AMATEUR 60 V OCEAN GROVE 54

C GRADE

Barwon Heads 17 V Torquay 26 Drysdale 38 V Portarlington 15 Geelong Amateur 29 V Ocean Grove 24 Modewarre 13 V Queenscliff 19 Newcomb 21 V Anglesea 29

D GRADE

Barwon Heads 18 V Torquay 18 GOALS: GEELONG AMATEUR: J. Lowe 35, M. Thomson Drysdale 27 V Portarlington 19 25. OCEAN GROVE: E. Foott 30, T. Birch, 24. BEST: Modewarre 38 V Queenscliff 14 GEELONG AMATEUR: M. Thomson, N. Robertson, J. Newcomb 22 V Anglesea 33 Lowe. OCEAN GROVE: T. Birch, J. George, K. Boswell.

B GRADE

Barwon Heads 32 V Torquay 32 Drysdale 52 V Portarlington 24 Geelong Amateur 50 V Ocean Grove 21 Modewarre 45 V Queenscliff 23 Newcomb 19 V Anglesea 39

UNDER19S

Barwon Heads 41 V Torquay 17 Drysdale 36 V Portarlington 17 Geelong Amateur 41 V Ocean Grove 20 Modewarre 20 V Queenscliff 32 Newcomb 15 Vanglesea 39

UNDER 17S (SECTION 1)

Barwon Heads 12 V Torquay 23 Drysdale 43 V Portarlington 12 Geelong Amateur 20 V Ocean Grove 34 Modewarre 14 V Queenscliff 42 Anglesea V Bye

UNDER 17S (SECTION 2)

Barwon Heads 21 V Torquay 28 Drysdale 39 V Portarlington 15 Geelong Amateur 16 V Ocean Grove 33 Queenscliff V Bye Newcomb 43 V Anglesea 4

UNDER 15 (SECTION 1)

Barwon Heads 9 V Torquay 32 Drysdale 26 V Portarlington 24 Geelong Amateur 5 V Ocean Grove 46 Queenscliff V Bye Anglesea V Bye

UNDER 15 (SECTION 2)

Barwon Heads 11 V Torquay51 Drysdale 25 V Portarlington 10 Geelong Amateur 14 V Ocean Grove 28 Queenscliff V Bye Newcomb V Anglesea

UNDER 13 (SECTION 1)

Barwon Heads 11 V Torquay 31 Drysdale 28 V Portarlington 14 Geelong Amateur 17 V Ocean Grove 29 Newcomb 3 V Anglesea 25 Queenscliff V Bye

UNDER 13 (SECTION 2)

Barwon Heads 7 V Torquay 29 Geelong Amateur 5 V Ocean Grove 46 Modewarre V Queenscliff Not Played Newcomb 6 V Anglesea 14

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BELLARINE FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES ROUND 12 FIRST GRADE Geelong Amateur Ocean Grove

1.3 3.1

Torquay Modewarre

10.4 13.5 13.10 7.3 9.10 12.14

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GOALS: Geelong Amateur: D. Zaparenkov 4, J. Tom 4, T. McArlein 2, R. Fagan 1, T. Robertson 1, R. Ferguson 1. Ocean Grove: D. Maloney 4, C. Wellington 2, P. Corredig 2, J. Dalton 1, S. Fankhauser 1, D. Gray 1, W. Piec 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: B. Boseley, L. Smith, M. Trevaskis, T. Robertson, D. Zaparenkov, T. Weber. Ocean Grove: B. Lynch, D. Maloney, C. Wellington, S. Rankin, K. Reardon, B. Ricardo.

Drysdale Portarlington

5.4 0.2

6.6 3.5

13.10 17.15 (117) 5.8 6.9 (45)

GOALS: Drysdale: J. Simons 4, A. White 3, L. Patten 2, N. Malcher 1, J. Basterfield 1, J. White 1, J. Wilson 1, J. Ristevski 1, M. Scott 1, A. Holland 1, S. Wells 1. Portarlington: B. Colenso 3, J. Tamblyn 2, J. Morgan 1. BEST: Drysdale: C. Barclay, S. Bensted, S. Wells, B. Carmichael, L. Patten, N. Malcher. Portarlington: K. O’Leary, M. Drew, D. Morton, C. Daffy, S. Ward, H. Finnigan.

Torquay Barwon Heads

0.1 3.4

5.8 5.6

8.15 14.19 (103) 7.8 9.9 (63)

GOALS: Torquay: S. Hughes 4, D. Allitt 3, B. Jones 2, B. Wall 2, M. Clayton 1, D. McLeish 1, J. Gray 1. Barwon Heads: N. Hill 3, M. Boothey 2, J. Taylor 2, J. Hunt 1, P. Swinton 1. BEST: Torquay: J. Gray, A. Hann, S. Hughes, B. Christie, D. Allitt, M. Clayton. Barwon Heads: M. Cook, S. Schaller, N. Hill, J. Hunt, R. Wallace, T. Knights.

Anglesea Newcomb Power

3.1 3.3

7.6 3.5

12.11 18.14 (122) 6.9 8.11 (59)

GOALS: Anglesea: M. Smith 9, L. Edmonds 2, B. Donald 2, A. Lynch 1, L. Norton 1, L. Primus 1, D. Whitten 1, B. Davis 1. Newcomb Power: J. Wight 2, L. Morrison 2, A. Webb 1, M. Lancaster 1, A. Jamieson 1, R. Smith 1. BEST: Anglesea: P. Carmody, M. Smith, A. Lynch, D. Eddy, L. Adams, D. Whitten. Newcomb Power: A. Webb, M. Lancaster, M. Grills, A. Jamieson, M. Etheridge, C. Morrison.

Queenscliff Modewarre

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

9.17 6.4

(71) (40)

GOALS: Queenscliff: D. Gibbs 2, D. Chaplin-Burch 2, B. Hood 2, J. Durran 1, L. Orvis 1, R. Holmes 1. Modewarre: T. Wemyss 1, J. Claffey 1, J. Finch 1, J. Higgins 1, P. Moorfoot 1, C. Woods 1. BEST: Queenscliff: S. Owen, N. Robinson, D. Gibbs, T. Limb, B. Price, J. Durran Modewarre: J. Finch, A. Gear, C. Mamalis, J. Claffey, H. Findlay, B. Sweeney.

RESERVE GRADE

Ocean Grove Geelong Amateur

5.2 0.1

5.5 4.3

9.9 5.3

11.10 6.6

(76) (42)

GOALS: Ocean Grove: J. Stapleton 8, A. Lowson 1, A. Donald 1, D. West 1. Geelong Amateur: L. Hollis 4, J. Mountjoy 1, D. Brown 1. BEST: Ocean Grove: J. Stapleton, C. Jones, A. Lowson, M. Cuthbert, M. Uwland, K. Long. Geelong Amateur: N. Rau, N. Boseley, L. Hollis, A. Mackus, C. Mensforth, N. Reid.

Drysdale Portarlington

5.7 0.1

8.12 11.14 14.19 (103) 0.5 1.6 5.6 (36)

GOALS: Drysdale: K. Flynn 3, D. Tester 2, T. McKeegan 2, X. Wilson 2, S. Scott 2, A. Coombs 2, B. Flynn 1. Portarlington: J. Muscat 1, B. Harvey 1, B. King 1, S. Paul 1, T. Singleton 1. BEST: Drysdale: D. Tester, J. O’Dowd, L. Fox, L. Malcolm, S. Scott, B. Flynn. Portarlington: H. Illingworth, W. Jankowski, J. Muscat, S. Rohan, B. Harvey, N. Watson.

Torquay Barwon Heads

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

16.0 5.0

(0) (0)

Scores not supplied. GOALS: Barwon Heads: J. Rogers 1, D. Johnston 1, C. Purcell 1, J. Timms 1, K. Atkins 1. Torquay: M. Sprigg 4, B. Molloy 3, A. Hann 2, A. Carr 2, L. Sweeney 2, P. MacDonald 1, S. Hill 1, J. Wright 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: C. Poulter, A. Roberts, S. McDowall, J. Rogers, J. Timms. Torquay: M. Sprigg, B. Molloy, J. Muncey, M. Grossman, J. Golds, J. Dickson.

Anglesea Newcomb Power

6.3 0.3

12.6 19.8 21.14 (140) 1.3 1.4 1.4 (10)

GOALS: Anglesea: R. Eddy 11, T. Barton 5, C. Thorley 2, T. Eckersley 2, S. Herben 1. Newcomb Power: D. Williamson 1. BEST: Anglesea: R. Eddy, T. Eckersley, L. Cameron, K. Dans, C. Thorley, T. Barton. Newcomb Power: D. Webb, B. Webb, D. Stillitano, J. Donohue, R. Schefferle, J. Brown.

Modewarre Queenscliff

5.2 2.0

11.2 18.6 23.9 3.1 3.2 5.4

(147) (34)

GOALS: Modewarre: G. Walker 4, J. Fraser 4, S. Hovey 4, S. Mayall 2, C. Ovens 1, B. Wemyss 1, T. Dean 1, T. Smith 1, D. Morter 1, L. Drum 1, J. Lewis 1, D. Gunning 1, L. Sharp 1. Queenscliff: H. Waddell 1, H. Jamieson 1, N. Neville 1, L. Naylor 1, A. McDonald 1. BEST: Modewarre: S. Mayall, D. Gunning, G. Walker, G. Elkington, L. Sharp, L. Drum. Queenscliff: H. Waddell, N. Cohen, N. Neville, M. Golightly, C. McDonald, J. Callahan.

Drysdale Ocean Grove

UNDER 18S 0.1 0.2

2.2 2.6

6.2 3.6

7.7 4.9

(49) (33)

GOALS: Drysdale: B. Allison 2, T. Johnson 2, B. Ryan 1, L. Hobbs 1, S. Schoonderbeek 1. Ocean Grove: T. Rodgers 1, L. Niven 1, J. Heard 1, J. Rawlings 1. BEST: Drysdale: D. McGill, D. Thomas, B. Ryan, M. Woods, J. McKenzie, S. Dunne. Ocean Grove: J. Rawlings, A. Habgood, L. Polgar, J. Rapa, N. Walter, B. Murphy.

Geelong Amateur Barwon Heads

4.1 3.1

7.4 3.2

10.9 12.18 3.5 3.5

(90) (23)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: J. Lamond 3, J. Pickering 2, T. Rogan 2, E. Demetrious 2, R. Saunders 1, B. Lee-Laurie 1, W. Kelly 1. Barwon Heads: J. Barlow 2, L. Crook 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: J. Pickering, E. Demetrious, B. Nielsen, R. Saunders, M. Cramp, T. Rogan. Barwon Heads: J. Hearn, J. Steele, S. Peter, D. O’Leary, L. Schilling, J. Barlow.

5.2 0.1

9.3 0.1

16.5 20.13 (133) 0.1 1.2 (8)

GOALS: Torquay: A. Gross 8, J. Powell 3, J. Grossman 2, T. Gill 2, A. Jolley 1, J. Tweeddale 1, J. Dawson 1, N. Browne 1, B. Clarke 1. Modewarre: C. Giles 1. BEST: Torquay: J. Dawson, K. Holroyd, A. Gross, J. Powell, J. Graham, T. Butler. Modewarre: J. Ibbs, W. Macdonald, J. Rutherford, C. Giles, B. Massari, A. D’Alessandro.

UNDER 18S B

South Barwon 2 Ocean Grove 2

3.4 0.1

4.9 3.1

10.13 13.14 4.1 5.5

(92) (35)

GOALS: South Barwon 2: J. Arnold 3, B. Findlay 2, E. Solly 2, D. Condon 2, W. Thomson 1, D. Anastasopoulos 1, M. Gladwell 1, L. Edwards 1. Ocean Grove 2: M. Ryan 2, L. Berry 1, J. Habgood 1, J. Wilson 1. BEST: South Barwon 2: D. Condon, B. Findlay, A. Naumovski, W. Thomson, C. Robinson, J. Cuthbert. Ocean Grove 2: H. Smith, N. Giddings, D. Rogerson, M. Ryan, P. Tregenza, D. Featherby.

Drysdale 2 Portarlington

4.4 4.1

8.5 6.4

9.7 12.9 7.13 8.15

(81) (63)

GOALS: Drysdale 2: D. Barmby 2, J. Esler 2, S. Brehaut 2, C. Halsall 1, J. Lockman 1, N. Moriarty 1, M. Simons 1, M. Gordon 1, N. Budzienny 1. Portarlington: T. Moreland 3, A. Diaz 2, A. Duncan 2. BEST: Drysdale 2: D. Brunt, M. Simons, D. Barmby, J. Esler, N. Moriarty, L. Stafford. Portarlington: M. McGuinness, M. Sprigg, T. Francis, T. Moreland.

Queenscliff Torquay 2

1.1 5.1

8.1 7.2

10.5 11.8 8.5 10.9

(74) (69)

GOALS: Queenscliff: M. Fisher 5, R. Grout 2, J. Glew 1, B. Hayward 1, J. McCabe 1, J. Allitt 1. Torquay 2: D. Thornton 3, P. Slaven 2, K. Hodge 1, M. Richards 1, D. Slater 1, N. Smith 1, H. Wall 1. BEST: Queenscliff: M. Fisher, J. McCabe, J. Grout, V. Clementson, S. Nicholson, L. Gibbs. Torquay 2: A. Denton, L. Drever, L. Draper, D. Thornton, R. McKiernan, N. Smith.

UNDER 16S

Geelong Amateur 1 Bell Park 1 Drysdale 1 Ocean Grove 1

1.1 3.2 3.0 5.1

2.2 4.2 7.3 7.1

4.4 5.5 8.6 11.2

6.7 5.5 11.14 12.3

(43) (35) (80) (75)

GOALS: Drysdale 1: M. Patten 2, M. McGuire 2, D. Tabakovic 2, D. Humphrey 2, R. Patten 1, M. Randone 1, N. Cini 1. Ocean Grove 1: Z. Henderson 4, S. Dedini 3, C. Balshaw 3, H. Rawlings 1, D. Moroney 1. BEST: Drysdale 1: M. McGuire, M. Patten, M. Randone, L. Walder, W. Armstrong, D. Mullins. Ocean Grove 1: Z. Cordy, K. King, T. Bean, K. McNally, D. Moroney.

St Joseph’s 1 Torquay 1

3.5 0.1

6.7 0.2

11.9 15.11 (101) 0.3 0.3 (3)

St Mary’s 1 South Barwon 1

2.4 1.2

5.6 1.2

7.9 2.8

GOALS: Torquay 1: Nil. BEST: Torquay 1: R. Harrison, N. Hogan, N. Vasey, L. Guest, K. Doyle, S. Pople.

15.11 (101) 2.10 (22)

UNDER 16S (DIV 2)

Belmont Lions Lara 1 Leopold 1 Barwon Heads 1

2.0 2.2 7.2 1.0

4.1 7.4 9.4 2.1

10.3 8.6 11.5 2.1

15.9 10.7 17.5 2.1

(99) (67) (107) (13)

GOALS: Leopold 1: T. Gall 5, L. Thompson 4, J. Hudson 3, M. Gunn 2, K. McKinnis 2, B. Wray 1. Barwon Heads 1: T. Miles 1, B. Eddy 1. BEST: Leopold 1: T. Gall, T. Harper, J. Drayton, T. Scott, M. Thompson, K. McKinnis. Barwon Heads 1: T. Miles, S. Everett, T. McGuinness, T. Ollis, T. Bonner.

Grovedale 1 St Albans 1

4.2 1.1

8.3 2.2

13.3 18.7 3.5 3.5

UNDER 16S (DIV 3)

Anglesea Modewarre

3.1 0.1

4.4 0.3

6.5 0.5

8.9 1.6

(115) (23)

(57) (12)

GOALS: Anglesea: D. Kerr 3, D. Midolo 1, E. Von Moger 1, T. Giri 1, S. Leeds 1, D. Maher 1. BEST: Anglesea: D. Midolo, D. Kerr, L. Solly, E. Von Moger, L. McVean, S. Leeds.

North Shore St Mary’s 2 Inverleigh North Geelong N&C Red Portarlington

2.3 0.1 3.2 2.2 2.5 1.0

4.9 2.2 3.5 2.4 4.8 1.0

10.12 12.16 5.2 7.4 3.8 4.14 3.8 3.11 5.11 6.14 5.3 5.3

(88) (46) (38) (29) (50) (33)

GOALS: Portarlington: L. Vagg 2, J. Stewart 1, T. Howes 1, R. Bradding 1. BEST: Portarlington: J. King, S. Beeston, T. Morgan, J. Livermore, R. Bradding, L. Vagg.

UNDER 16S (DIV 4)

GWSP Corio Torquay 2 Ocean Grove 2

4.4 4.2 4.3 1.1

8.7 5.4 4.3 3.6

15.7 7.4 7.3 5.6

22.8 8.6 7.3 6.8

(140) (54) (45) (44)

GOALS: Torquay 2: J. Boyle 2, J. Looker 1, R. Benzie 1, J. Newell 1, F. Guilfoyle 1, P. Binyon 1. Ocean Grove 2: M. Henderson 2, J. Luppino 1, J. Kent 1, R. Procter 1, J. Benjamin 1. BEST: Torquay 2: M. Robb, J. Sykes, J. Looker, W. Campbell, E. Welker, J. Boyle. Ocean Grove 2: J. Stirling, J. Kent, C. West, C. Guina, L. Davis, M. Caldow.

Geelong Amateur 2 Grovedale 2 South Barwon 2 Bannockburn Bell Park 2 Leopold 2

4.2 2.0 2.2 1.3

9.7 3.0 7.6 5.3

12.9 4.1 12.8 7.4

17.14 (116) 6.3 (39) 17.9 (111) 8.7 (55)

UNDER 16S (DIV 5) 1.2 0.0

3.4 0.2

4.6 2.2

5.8 4.3

(38) (27)

1.1 3.1 5.3

3.5 8.9 11.10 (76) 4.2 6.3 6.5 (41) 11.7 13.10 20.13 (133)

GOALS: Leopold 2: A. Hicks 2, C. Kos 1, S. Blackwell 1. BEST: Leopold 2: S. Blackwell, J. Dowd, C. Dowd, B. Mitchell, M. Dickson, D. Pitcher.

St Joseph’s 2 East Geelong Drysdale 2

Winchelsea

0.2

2.2

4.4

6.7

(43)

GOALS: Drysdale 2: N. Wilson 4, B. Andrew 3, J. Lowe 3, J. Allison 2, S. Lockman 2, K. Bennett 1, D. Mannix 1, S. Smith 1, T. Webb 1, D. Welsh 1, D. McLennan 1. Winchelsea: J. Dunkley 3, A. Stokes 2, S. Kelly 1. BEST: Drysdale 2: J. Lowe, S. Lockman, D. McLennan, N. Wilson, B. Andrew, H. Ryan. Winchelsea: J. Dunkley, S. Kelly, R. Burgess, T. Sauni, Z. Moules, H. Jacobs.

UNDER 16S (DIV 6)

St Albans 2 Leopold 3

4.7 0.0

7.12 9.22 12.24 2.0 4.0 4.0

(96) (24)

St Mary’s 3 St Joseph’s 3

5.1 1.1

8.4 1.1

(77) (13)

GOALS: Leopold 3: J. Coulson 2, J. Savio 1, J. Smith 1. BEST: Leopold 3: D. King, J. Savio, J. O’Connell, J. Coulson, M. Board, J. Howarth.

9.6 1.1

11.11 2.1

UNDER 14S (DIV 1)

Leopold 1 Grovedale 1

3.0 0.1

4.3 1.1

7.5 1.1

8.5 5.2

(53) (32)

GOALS: Leopold 1: D. Brunt 2, L. Power 2, W. McGuinness 1, P. Norton 1, L. Wagener 1, M. Nowell 1. BEST: Leopold 1: W. McGuinness, L. Power, L. Wagener, P. Norton, H. Howarth, L. McInnes

Bell Park 1 Torquay 1

3.1 0.0

3.2 0.1

3.4 0.1

4.4 1.4

(28) (10)

GOALS: Torquay 1: T. King 1. BEST: Bell Park 1: J. Arcoraci, D. Palmer, A. Heard, A. Down, Z. Younger, M. Javni. Torquay 1: N. Schwarz, D. Ball, M. Kelly, J. Bennett, B. Dunstan, J. Bassi.

St Mary’s 1 Geelong Amateur 1 South Barwon 1 St Joseph’s 1

5.0 0.2 4.2 2.1

10.4 0.2 9.6 2.1

13.7 1.2 12.7 4.3

17.9 3.3 15.9 5.5

UNDER 14S (DIV 2)

OGCC 1 Barwon Heads 1

1.1 4.3

4.3 4.3

5.4 7.8

8.7 7.8

(111) (21) (99) (35) (55) (50)

GOALS: Barwon Heads 1: F. Kelly 2, B. Ryan 2, T. Erard 2, D. Lewis 1. BEST: Barwon Heads 1: J. Wastell, Z. Copland, O. Park, H. Felton, B. Potter.

St Albans 1 North Shore Drysdale 1 Lara 1

4.2 1.0 0.3 0.4

5.4 1.2 3.6 0.5

9.7 1.2 7.6 0.5

12.8 2.3 9.10 1.5

(80) (15) (64) (11)

GOALS: Drysdale 1: D. Badics 2, A. Percy 2, H. Skeen 1, J. Alderding 1, P. Middelkoop 1, B. Williamson 1, T. Alsop 1. BEST: Drysdale 1: B. Williamson, D. Badics, T. Alsop, N. Middelkoop, A. Percy, Z. Gray.

UNDER 14S (DIV 3)

South Barwon 2 Torquay 2

3.2 0.0

4.6 1.0

5.10 7.13 1.0 4.0

(55) (24)

Portarlington St Joseph’s 2

4.4 0.0

4.6 1.1

7.8 2.1

(50) (14)

Corio Anglesea

5.1 0.0

9.5 0.0

14.8 14.13 0.0 1.2

GOALS: Torquay 2: C. Smith 1, K. Stevens 1, J. Withington 1, B. Ludbrook 1. BEST: Torquay 2: K. Stevens, B. Bates, B. Redfern, J. Gaspari, L. Burns, D. Drever.

7.8 2.2

GOALS: Portarlington: J. Olsen 2, A. Evans 2, A. Krueger 1, B. Deluca 1, J. Panagiotidis 1. BEST: Portarlington: B. Deluca, J. Olsen, A. Evans, C. VanDeLaar, S. Walton, A. Robles.

(97) (8)

GOALS: Anglesea: J. Walters 1. BEST: Anglesea: J. Olive, K. Weight, N. Reeves, V. Morrow, J. Schwarze, J. Kondzior.

UNDER 14S (DIV 4)

East Geelong Bell Park 2 GWSP Modewarre Queenscliff North Geelong

1.0 0.0 0.0 2.1 0.3 1.1

3.0 0.2 2.1 2.1 0.3 3.3

3.0 0.2 2.1 2.3 2.4 3.4

8.1 0.2 5.1 2.3 6.8 3.5

(49) (2) (31) (15) (44) (23)

GOALS: Queenscliff: T. Kidd 2, R. Butler 1, C. Francis 1, P. Michael 1, T. Saunders 1. BEST: Queenscliff: P. Michael, P. Rush, D. Noss, C. Whitley, N. Stephens, H. Main.

OGCC 2 Torquay 3

UNDER 14S (DIV 5) 2.4 0.0

5.4 1.3

7.6 1.3

9.11 1.5

(65) (11)

1.0 1.2 2.3 0.1

3.8 1.2 4.6 2.1

4.8 3.4 5.9 5.1

7.13 3.4 8.10 6.2

(55) (22) (58) (38)

GOALS: Torquay 3: Z. Fawcett 1. BEST: Torquay 3: M. Phillips, Z. Fawcett, T. Bishop, S. Matthews.

Inverleigh Grovedale 2 Anakie Lara 2

UNDER 14S (DIV 6)

St Albans 2 St Joseph’s 3 N&C White Leopold 2

3.3 0.0 2.2 0.0

4.4 1.1 4.4 0.1

9.6 2.1 7.7 0.2

9.7 5.4 7.7 1.6

(61) (34) (49) (12)

GOALS: Leopold 2: W. Andrews 1. BEST: Leopold 2: J. Kerr-Nelson, T. France, J. Camm, L. Collins, W. Andrews, E. Drummond.

Barwon Heads 2 Drysdale 2

0.1 1.1

3.1 2.1

3.2 3.1

7.2 3.3

(44) (21)

GOALS: Barwon Heads 2: M. Mclean 1, A. Lowry 1, J. Blain 1, J. Falls 1, A. Cook 1, D. Moody 1, B. Schwartz 1. Drysdale 2: M. Humphrey 2, J. Ellis 1. BEST: Barwon Heads 2: J. Hall, J. Falls, A. Lowry, D. Diment, N. McDowell. Drysdale 2: L. Mayor, J. Ellis, S. Burge, J. Lusher, A. Downey.

UNDER 14S (DIV 7)

Grovedale 3 South Barwon C2 South Barwon C1 North Shore 2 Lara 3

3.1 1.1 0.3 0.1 0.1

5.1 1.5 4.3 0.2 2.1

5.2 4.9 6.4 0.3 3.1

8.6 5.9 6.4 4.7 7.4

(54) (39) (40) (31) (46)

OGCC 3 Lara 2 Belmont Lions Grovedale Tigers St Albans Black St Albans White Sth Barwon Red OGCC White North Geelong Lara 1 Winchelsea

1.1

1.2

4.6

4.7

(31)

UNDER 12S 2.2 0.1 2.5 0.1 3.5 0.0 3.1 0.0 5.2 1.3

4.3 1.3 8.13 0.1 5.12 0.0 3.1 2.1 7.9 3.3

7.9 8.10 (58) 2.4 5.5 (35) 14.16 22.20 (152) 0.3 0.3 (3) 11.20 16.25 (121) 1.0 4.1 (25) 4.2 6.4 (40) 2.1 3.1 (19) 7.9 9.11 (65) 5.8 7.12 (54)

Lara 3 Torquay Ashley

4.2 1.1

4.2 3.3

6.2 4.4

10.6 6.4

(66) (40)

Drysdale Brown Corio

2.2 2.2

2.4 2.2

5.5 3.3

7.5 5.4

(47) (34)

Thomson OGCC Blue Grovedale Gold Barwon Heads

0.5 0.0 2.0 3.2

1.6 3.3 6.5 3.2

5.10 4.3 8.5 5.7

6.12 6.3 15.7 5.8

(48) (39) (97) (38)

Aireys Inlet Eels Torquay Boak

2.1 1.1

7.2 3.2

12.3 12.6 5.2 8.3

(78) (51)

GOALS: Winchelsea: C. Parish 3, C. Davis 2, A. Johns 1, D. Campbell 1. GOALS: Torquay Ashley: N. Rivalland 2, B. Morris 2, T. Ray 1, J. Blake 1. BEST: Torquay Ashley: N. Mifsud, N. Rivalland, H. Whitecross, D. Mather, B. Morris, M. Dempsey.

GOALS: Drysdale Brown: E. Coleman 2, W. Brown 1, R. Taylor 1, J. Sinclair 1, T. Ryan 1, M. Visintin 1. BEST: Drysdale Brown: W. Brown, E. Coleman, R. Barakat, T. Ryan, D. McDowell.

GOALS: Barwon Heads: N. Sutton 1, N. Young 1, L. Cornes 1, Z. Walter 1, B. Winter 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: N. Sutton, N. Young, I. Carpenter, L. Hooper, Z. Walter, D. Wootton.

GOALS: Aireys Inlet Eels: H. Jones 6, J. Leonard 2, A. Umbers 2, B. Jaska 1, M. Dangerfield 1. Torquay Boak: W. Tamassy 3, T. Nemeth 1, C. Dyer 1, J. Kay 1, A. Schiavon 1, A. Sweeney 1. BEST: Aireys Inlet Eels: A. Umbers, M. Dangerfield, H. Jones, S. Brown, S. Wood, N. Wilcox. Torquay Boak: L. Brennan, B. Meyer, T. Nemeth, D. Madigan, A. Sweeney, J. Moran.

Grovedale Black Anglesea

5.10 7.11 7.12 10.13 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.1

(73) (13)

GOALS: Anglesea: C. Foster 2. BEST: Anglesea: H. O’Keeffe, N. Lingam, B. Russell, J. Rau, S. Rankin, M. Helene.

Torquay Voss Torquay Shearer

2.0 1.2

4.1 1.5

7.2 1.6

7.2 3.10

(44) (28)

Modewarre Drysdale Hawks

2.1 1.4

4.7 1.4

4.7 4.7

9.10 4.7

(64) (31)

Leopold Green 2.0 Sth Barwon Swans 2.3

4.2 3.4

5.2 4.6

9.3 4.6

(57) (30)

GOALS: Torquay Voss: X. Huxtable 3, D. Hollenkamp 2, J. McNamara 1, G. Wilding 1. Torquay Shearer: L. Benzie 1, D. Cooney 1, M. Chafer 1. BEST: Torquay Voss: E. Jackson, D. Hollenkamp, J. Stanton, G. Wilding, C. Johnson, G. Miers. Torquay Shearer: L. Denney, D. Cooney, J. Weldon, M. Chafer, S. Doyle, H. Darke. GOALS: Drysdale Hawks: L. Paisley 2, P. Middelkoop 1, D. Mullen 1. BEST: Drysdale Hawks: R. Jarvie, D. Mullen, L. O’Dowd, B. Voigt, Z. Tarleton, D. Gibson. GOALS: Leopold Green: M. Kos 3, J. Camm 2, K. MacDonald 1, F. Parke 1, T. Newton 1, K. Wilson 1. BEST: Leopold Green: M. Howard, D. Johnson, C. Gaut, M. Kos, L. McKenzie, T. Newton.

Drysdale Gold Portarlington

1.3 0.0

2.8 0.0

4.8 0.1

8.11 0.2

(59) (2)

GOALS: Drysdale Gold: B. Taylor 3, D. Salt 2, J. Sagor 1, A. Williams 1, H. Thomason 1. Portarlington: BEST: Drysdale Gold: B. Smith, C. Ward, P. Kilpatrick, B. Trevorrow, M. Moriarty, H. Thomason. Portarlington: B. McNamara, H. Spence, M. Vallance, C. Cartledge, J. King, A. Gale, F. Devonport.

Leopold Lions Queenscliff

2.0 1.2

3.6 1.5

3.6 5.8

6.10 5.9

(46) (39)

GOALS: Leopold Lions: L. Matsubara 1, S. Maroulis 1, T. Finn 1, H. Hennequin 1, D. O’Brien 1, J. Rose 1. Queenscliff: S. Allen 2, A. Naylor 1, A. Mackenzie 1, J. Bakker 1. BEST: Leopold Lions: D. O’Brien, J. Lang, K. Slotegraaf, L. Kapolice, J. Pritchard, L. France. Queenscliff: M. Barry, S. Allen, C. McNearney, F. Richards, J. Bakker, D. Orr.

OGCC Orange 1.4 Sth Barwon Bulldogs 0.3 Barwon Heads Gulls 1.2 Torquay Grossman 0.2

4.8 0.3 2.2 2.4

7.8 0.3 4.2 4.6

12.11 0.3 7.7 4.6

(83) (3) (49) (30)

GOALS: Barwon Heads Gulls: D. Booth 2, T. Aylmer 2, Z. Copland 1, C. Mackinnon 1, S. Harris 1. Torquay Grossman: T. Burrage 1, K. Kingston 1, C. Thompson 1, C. Pettina 1. BEST: Barwon Heads Gulls: E. Tressider, S. Harris, Z. Copland, T. Kebbell, O. Irwin. Torquay Grossman: A. Sheehan, C. Thompson, H. Gough, H. Poyner, C. Pettina, K. Kingston.

Grovedale Roar Belmont Lions St Albans Black Grovedale Claws St Albans White Sth Barwon Red OGCC Blue Thomson Lara Winchelsea

UNDER 10S 3.0 0.0 3.0 0.0 3.3 0.0 0.0 0.4 4.6 0.0

6.2 1.0 4.1 1.2 6.5 1.0 1.3 1.4 6.7 0.0

6.5 3.0 7.7 1.2 9.6 1.0 2.4 2.5 10.8 0.0

9.9 3.0 10.8 2.2 12.7 1.0 4.8 2.5 14.9 0.0

5.4 0.0

6.9 0.0

8.14 11.15 0.1 0.1

(63) (18) (68) (14) (79) (6) (32) (17) (93) (0)

GOALS: Winchelsea: Nil. BEST: Winchelsea: F. KirsoppCole, R. Berg, A. Johns, B. Caldicott, J. Kattwinkel.

Leopold Gold Torquay Ashley

(81) (1)

GOALS: Leopold Gold: D. Vale 5, N. Ash 2, R. McHenry 2, N. Nadile 1, K. Sykstus 1. Torquay Ashley: BEST: Leopold

Gold: N. Nadile, E. Power, F. Byron, J. Drought, M. Foot, C. Mackay. Torquay Ashley: F. Jacoby, D. Jackson, J. Clark, K. Loftus, W. Sorensen, M. Baker.

Corio Drysdale Brown

2.0 0.0

2.0 2.2

5.0 2.2

6.3 3.3

(39) (21)

Barwon Heads Grovedale Gold

2.9 0.1

2.9 1.4

6.13 8.14 1.4 3.6

(62) (24)

Torquay Boak Aireys Inlet Eels

1.0 1.0

2.1 1.0

2.4 2.0

4.6 4.0

(30) (24)

Grovedale Black Anglesea

2.4 0.0

3.5 0.0

6.6 2.0

7.7 2.2

(49) (14)

Torquay Voss Torquay Shearer

1.0 1.1

1.1 2.1

2.3 2.1

2.4 2.1

(16) (13)

Drysdale Hawks Modewarre

2.2 0.0

8.8 0.0

11.10 13.17 0.0 0.0

(95) (0)

Leopold Green 1.1 Sth Barwon Swans 2.0

1.2 2.0

1.2 3.2

4.2 3.2

(26) (20)

Drysdale Gold Portarlington

2.3 0.0

4.5 0.0

7.8 0.0

(50) (0)

OGCC White 7.6 North Geelong 0.0 OGCC Orange 3.5 Sth Barwon Bulldogs 0.0 Torquay Grossman 1.3 Barwon Heads Gulls 0.2

12.11 0.0 6.5 0.0 3.5 0.2

15.13 20.18 (138) 0.0 0.0 (0) 7.5 11.9 (75) 1.0 1.0 (6) 7.6 9.7 (61) 2.3 2.3 (15)

Queenscliff Leopold Lions

1.0 1.1

2.1 2.3

4.1 2.3

5.2 3.6

(32) (24)

Torquay McCartney 1.1 Grovedale Tigers 1.0

3.2 2.3

4.5 2.3

5.5 2.3

(35) (15)

GOALS: Drysdale Brown: J. Connor 2, B. Coleman 1. BEST: Drysdale Brown: J. Taylor, C. Allen, K. Andrew, J. Wright, T. Wangman, B. Coleman. GOALS: Barwon Heads: C. Erard 3, C. Hurst 2, K. Wigmore 1, N. Lever 1, C. Walter 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: C. Walter, J. Haffenden, C. Erard, F. Young, C. Hurst, N. Lever. GOALS: Torquay Boak: A. Preston 2, J. Brunt 1, N. Gadsby 1. Aireys Inlet Eels: N. Frank 1, S. Wylie 1, C. Goldsworthy 1, H. MacLennan 1. BEST: Torquay Boak: B. Harris, H. Locke, J. Farrow, J. Brunt, T. Congdon, L. Chrystal. Aireys Inlet Eels: E. Giles, N. Frank, L. Coates, L. Lesosky-Hay, C. Goldsworthy, J. Jackson. GOALS: Anglesea: R. Fowler 1, L. Gittings 1. BEST: Anglesea: B. Fowler, L. Gittings, R. Fowler, J. Burrows, J. Higgins, O. Solly.

GOALS: Torquay Voss: S. Ham 1, C. Ham 1. Torquay Shearer: B. Patton 1, C. Page 1. BEST: Torquay Voss: C. Ham, H. Stanton, S. Ham, P. McNamara, C. Fox, D. Hart. Torquay Shearer: C. Page, C. Chafer, I. White, B. Patton, T. Gaspari, T. Poole.

GOALS: Drysdale Hawks: W. Davis 5, B. Crombie 2, T. Harmer 1, P. Tigani 1, D. Ford 1, Q. Taylor 1, H. Goodier 1, J. Durbidge 1. BEST: Drysdale Hawks: W. Davis, M. Mortimer, Q. Taylor, T. Ritchie, S. Anderson, R. Harbert. GOALS: Leopold Green: R. Coghlan 1, H. Morrison 1, J. Taylor-Hewson 1, M. McFarlane 1. BEST: Leopold Green: R. Coghlan, D. Crawley, J. Eastwood, T. Hitchcock, L. Hockley, S. McGuinness.

2.1 0.0

GOALS: Drysdale Gold: T. Dehnert 2, J. Hogan 1. Portarlington: BEST: Drysdale Gold: H. Terry, J. Callan, K. Kelly, J. Hogan, H. Williams. Portarlington: A. Langmaid, G. Christofi, G. Bourke-finn, J. Morris, S. Hay, M. Panagiotidis.

GOALS: Torquay Grossman: M. Virgona 5, J. Hughes 1, K. Rayner 1, J. Schram 1, K. Gibb 1. Barwon Heads Gulls: N. Moon 1, J. Gray 1. BEST: Torquay Grossman: N. Edwards, M. Virgona, D. Kirk, K. Gibb, K. Rayner, M. Eastmure. Barwon Heads Gulls: N. Benson, S. Shier, O. Wiltshire, A. Bonner, M. Stephens, W. Jordan. GOALS: Queenscliff: C. Scott 1, H. Ryan 1, H. Gower 1, R. D’Arcy 1, B. Clark 1. Leopold Lions: J. Smith 1, B. Kelly 1, T. McDonald 1. BEST: Queenscliff: S. Monahan, R. D’Arcy, B. Conlan, K. Notting, B. Clark, B. Slorach. Leopold Lions: B. Kelly, B. Manestar, A. Castle, M. Timms, M. Jenkin, J. Collier. GOALS: Torquay McCartney: T. Furborough 3, C. Page 1, T. Ross 1. BEST: Torquay McCartney: H. Supple, D. HarrisonRiley, L. James, T. Furborough, T. Emmerson, N. Webb.

BFL LADDERS Team

FIRST GRADE W L D

QUEENSCLIFF 10 GEELONG AMATEUR10 OCEAN GROVE 9 ANGLESEA 8 TORQUAY 7 Drysdale 6 Barwon Heads 5 Modewarre 3 Newcomb Power 2 Portarlington 0

Team

2 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 12

A

% Pts

180.17 153.66 174.61 162.44 100.40 95.20 96.71 80.71 43.61 33.75

RESERVE GRADE W L D

OCEAN GROVE 11 1 TORQUAY 10 2 MODEWARRE 10 2 ANGLESEA 8 4 DRYSDALE 6 6 Queenscliff 6 6 Geelong Amateur 5 7 Barwon Heads 2 10 Newcomb Power 2 10 Portarlington 0 12

Team

F

0 1463 812 0 1406 915 0 1568 898 0 1397 860 0 1014 1010 0 1131 1188 0 1088 1125 0 837 1037 0 642 1472 0 626 1855

F

A

0 1344 519 0 1148 489 0 1086 580 0 1101 649 0 1099 836 0 937 833 0 929 952 0 643 1099 0 331 1591 0 455 1525

UNDER 18s W L B

DRYSDALE 11 0 TORQUAY 9 2 OCEAN GROVE 7 4 GEELONG AMATEUR 7 4 BARWON HEADS 3 8 Modewarre 2 8 Anglesea 0 10

F

% Pts

258.96 234.76 187.24 169.65 131.46 112.48 97.58 58.51 20.80 29.84

A

40 40 36 32 28 24 20 12 8 0

44 40 40 32 24 24 20 8 8 0

% Pts

1 1130 360 313.89 1 969 370 261.89 1 1011 427 236.77 1 716 763 93.84 1 485 1058 45.84 1 430 945 51.97 2 339 1032 32.85

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More money for recreational fishing THE Victorian Government has allocated more than $1 million for a range of projects to boost recreational fishing opportunities across the state. Minister for Agriculture and Food Security Peter Walsh said money from the sale of recreational fishing licences would be used to fund ten projects across the state. “Fishing is a key recreational activity for Victorians and supports businesses in many rural and regional communities,” Walsh said. “The State Government is returning all money raised from recreational fishing licence fees to the industry for infrastructure projects, restocking and education programs.” This year’s round of large grants allocated under the Department of Primary Industries’ Recreational Fishing Grants Program will provide: - $32,408 to construct a fishing platform on Yambuk Lake, south west Victoria. - $133,920 over three years to help develop a reliable supply of catfish fingerlings based on appropriate genetic composition and to establish new stocking-based recreational fisheries in selected northern Victorian waters. - $200,000 over two years to construct two recreational fishing platforms at Devil Bend Reservoir, Mornington Peninsula, as part of the work underway to open this new recreational fishery. - $60,800 to improve access for recreational fishers to Werribee River. - $65,000 over three years to help re-establish Victoria’s recreational fishery for Chinook salmon. - $8,800 to conduct a risk assessment of Lake Colac to stock selected recreational fishing species. - $186,000 over three years to determine the spawning sources, movement patterns and nursery area replenishment of King George whiting in south east Australia. - $181,386 over two years to better understand the ecological processes in Port Phillip Bay that underpin the recruitment of snapper into this important recreational fishery in the bay and elsewhere along the Victorian coast. - $130,910 over three years to assess and inform the future management of Victoria’s short fin mako shark recreational fishery. - $34,000 over two years to install a further 40 ‘Seal the loop’ recreational fishing line disposal

Sailing SAILING

bins around Victoria. “As well, another $228,000, over two years, will be earmarked for recreational fisheries communication products,” Walsh said. The funding was in addition to the $16.2 million investment the Coalition Government made in this year’s State Budget to improve opportunities for Victorian recreational fishers. “The extra funding in the Budget will further support and enhance recreational fishing opportunities through improvements to fishing infrastructure such as artificial reefs, fish cleaning tables and access to jetties,” Walsh said. A reminder, if you have some Real Catches you want to send in, please forward the following information and a photo to mybigcatch@ bigpond.com Include the type of fish you caught, its weight, length, location it was caught and your name. I am more than happy to put your real catch photos in My Big Catch.

REPORT QUEENSCLIFF g The white lady is producing g g g

whiting

some nice

Point Lonsdale Pier is still producing salmon catches St Leonards continues producing whiting catches The creek is seeing some small trevally being caught

BARWON HEADS g Salmon is still on the go g Whiting are still being fished for offshore g Small whiting, trevally and bream have been caught in the river

TORQUAY g Plenty of whiting is still being caught g Gummy and school sharks are also being g

taken

Salmon continue being caught of the beaches

For all the best available advice in Torquay, on tackle and bait, drop in and see Gareth and Jonathan at Torquay Tackle and Sports. They will do their best to ensure you get the most current information available. Phone 5264 8207.

ANGLESEA g Good King George whiting catches continue g Salmon along the beaches are being caught g

in numbers

Gummy sharks also are currently being caught

For all the latest fishing news and all the right advice, drop by and see us 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.

APOLLO BAY g Odd tuna is still being caught g A few gummies and the odd snapper g Salmon is being caught off the beaches g Nazif Basic pictured with two nice King George whiting scored off Point Lonsdale Pier.

taking bluebait and lures

Bream and mullet in the rivers

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