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Portarlington is gearing up ffor its biggest weekend off the year as the National C Celtic Festival gets set to take over the town from Friday to Monday. National and international guests will join local performers for a celebration of all things Celtic. Perfecting their skills were sisters, Jane and Caitlin Martin, who are part of the Ceilidh band from the Christian College Geelong. The girls were pictured with festival director, Una McAlinden, and local artist, Susan Ardern, who designed the artwork for the festival. See pages 18 and 19 for more on the festival.

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PORTARLINGTON is fighting back against spiraling power costs with a plan to use the might of bulk buying to save hundreds of dollars a year on home electricity bills. In an innovative move, Portarlington residents are being asked to be part of a collective bargaining scheme to get the best possible price from electricity retailers. A similar scheme at Somers on the Mornington Peninsula is said to have saved households between $100 and $600 a year. Information about the scheme will be distributed to the community in coming days by the Portarlington Community Association. Association secretary, John Rae, said Portarlington had a high population of retired residents on pensions

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and fixed incomes who were hard hit by skyrocketing power bills. “The media has been reporting energy prices have increased by 40 per cent in the last three years,” Rae said. “Now whether that’s true or not, the way people’s bills are going up is a very big subject around town. “We’ve had a fabulous reaction from those who have heard that we are contemplating doing this.” The association needs a minimum of 200 people to go ahead with the scheme. That number would enable a broker to be engaged by the association to negotiate with power retailers for the best bulk price. “The more we get the more attractive it is for the energy companies to bid,” Rae said. “So this is purely expressions-of-interest that we are seeking at this stage; we’re not asking people to sign up yet.”

PCA’s John Rae, John Turner and Sarah Crisp are leading the power fight.

Rae said people with holiday residences in Portarlington, or second properties elsewhere, would also benefit. “You can include more than one property and they

both don’t have to be in Portarlington,” Rae said. He said the association would contract the broker who negotiated the arrangement for the Somers community association. “If the community support is sufficient we would expect to have things in place within a few months,” Rae said. Under the Somers arrangement households were locked into the deal for 24 months. Rae said people would have the option of breaking the deal for a fee if they wished. Rae said the Portarlington Bendigo Community Bank had been supportive, funding the production and distribution of an information brochure and registration-of-interest form. Portarlington residents will receive the brochure and form in the next edition of The Port Report newsletter.

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MAYOR’S COLUMN Ocean Grove Integrated Children’s Centre

Planning is well underway for the new Ocean Grove Integrated Children’s Centre. The preferred site for the new centre is the south-west corner of the Bellarine Aquatic and Sports Centre. The total project cost is expected to be $9,571,000 and the State Government has already allocated $1million and the City allocated $3million as part of its 2011-12 budget to commence construction next financial year. Ocean Grove is a designated growth area and the new centre will ensure future families will have access to high quality and accessible children’s services. Services available at the new centre will include kinder, playgroups, maternal and child health, long and occasional day care, family support, toy library and early intervention. This is one of the first centres of its kind to be built in the region. It will bring a wide range of children’s services under the one roof at convenient location, close to schools, sports facilities and residents. We can now appoint an architect and get to work on this much needed community facility.

Dell Heritage Signage launched

The Dell Heritage Signage was officially launched last Tuesday, with the new lookout platform, landscaping and parking infrastructure all complete. Designed by local artist Cinnamon Stephens, the signs are located at the car park as well as on the new lookout and in The Dell itself, adjacent to the mineral springs. The signs have a major focus on The Dell’s prominence as a spa centre in its heyday between 1870 and 1921. During this time thousands of visitors would come from Melbourne by steamer to partake in the healing and other medical properties of

The Dell’s mineral springs and bathing facilities. The signs feature a series of bubbles, harking back to the fizz of the mineral springs’ water. The overall shape of the signs also represents the torpedo-shaped bottles the water was often sold in. As part of the heritage signage project a new and much expanded lookout platform was installed above The Dell. Brickwork barriers have also been installed around the base of the signs – interestingly these bricks were actually recovered from some of the remains of the surviving mineral springs’ wells. There is also a new balustrade on the lookout, new fencing and parking barriers, along with extensive new landscaping.

New toilet block at The Parade, Ocean Grove

The tender for the replacement of the toilet block in the Ocean Grove shopping centre car park has been awarded. Works will start within the next two weeks demolishing the old building and building the new contemporary toilet facility, closer to The Parade. The project is running on time, and we expect it to be completed by mid October 2011 – in time for the next busy holiday season. The relocation is designed to increase public safety and allow better pedestrian flow. The total project cost is $320,000, including demolition of the old building, construction of the new facility and car park works. The new toilets will be a marked improvement on the existing toilet block, with improved accessibility for people with disabilities, more toilets plus two baby change areas. The overall construction will be environmentally sustainable, with solar lighting and bike racks for the convenience of

our many local cyclists. The new layout has also allowed for two extra disabled car park spaces near the pedestrian crossing. Overall, the building will have a much smaller footprint, in terms of both the environmental impact and physical space that it takes up in the car park. During the construction period we will make every effort to minimise interruption to traffic, however some car parks will be occupied by a construction shed and materials. We appreciate your patience during this time.

New bridge in Banks Road

Works on the reconstruction of Bryants Bridge in Banks Road, Mannerim, will begin this month. Council’s regular structural inspection program of road and pedestrian bridges across the municipality revealed recently that beams supporting the pre-cast concrete slab bridge over Yarram Creek – one of the oldest bridges in the Ocean Grove area – were deteriorating and needed full replacement. The works, costing $250,000, will take between eight and 10 weeks to complete, and will require the closure of Banks Road to through traffic between Swan Bay Road and Andersons Road. Access to local properties in the area will be maintained throughout the bridgeworks. Cr John Mitchell, Mayor, City of Greater Geelong

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Development knocked back BY DAVID FINLAYSON CHAMPAGNE corks were popping on Sunday as a group of residents celebrated VCAT’s decision to refuse plans for development of the former BP service station site in Portarlington. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal upheld the City of Greater Geelong’s rejection last year of the proposed development at the site, in Newcombe Street next to the main Portarlington round-a-bout. The four-storey building would have had 13

apartments, a 40-seat cafe and 18 car parks. One of the original eight objectors to the development, Lyn O’Brien, said the development would have been like having a “federation squaretype building among our little coastal town”. “It was just going to be this huge monolith among mainly suburban residential one and two-storey developments,” O’Brien said. “It was a total over-development of the site. We can live with a two storey development, but this would have competed with the height of the biggest thing in our town, the Grand Hotel with the flag tower.

“It’s not in the centre of the town, its out on the periphery and it should fit in with what’s around it,” she said. O’Brien said residents were also concerned there wasn’t sufficient parking in the area for cafe patrons. The VCAT decision stated the proposed building was “complex and interesting” but an assessment had to be made as to whether the scale was consistent with the planning scheme and policies and “in the

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Lyn O’Brien (pictured centre, with sign) and fellow opponents of proposed ‘over-development’ at the former BP service station in Portarlington.

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St Leonards loses out ON FRIDAY June 17 Bellarine Community Health will host a morning tea at its St Leonards site to acknowledge the contributions that staff and volunteers have made supporting the St Leonards services. Unfortunately after many years of service BCH will be redirecting its St Leonards services to its Portarlington site. Discussions with John Fendyk, CEO, outlined the reasons for the change which included a significant funding reduction, minimal service usage and lack of appropriate alternative space. “This is a difficult decision but we are committed to ensuring that no clients are

negatively impacted by this change,” he said. As of July 1 all St Leonards services will be integrated into the Portarlington site. This includes community health nursing, physiotherapy, foot care nursing and dietetics. All current users of St Leonards have been notified of the planned changes, and staff are working with clients to best accommodate their appointment needs, as well as providing transport to Portarlington if required. A comprehensive range of services are available at our Portarlington site at 39 Fenwick St, Portarlington. Appointments can be made through the service access officer by calling 5258 0812.

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Dinners with author LITERARY dinners with Geelong writer Angela Di Sciascio are being prepared for the plate. The author of Finding Valentino - Four Seasons in my Father’s Italy will share food, thoughts and inspiration at the dinner events, at 7pm on Thursday, June 9, and Thursday, June 23, at Alto Cucina Lounge and Bar, in Highton. The event costs $30 per person and includes a two course meal using recipes from Finding Valentino as well as a glass of house wine or beer and tea or coffee. Sciascio spent a year travelling through Italy, discovering the language, culture and cuisine of her heritage and now lives and works in Geelong. Contact Bookgrove in Ocean Grove on 5255 5973 for more information.

A pearl of an exhibition TORQUAY’S Lili Fine Jewellery will be inundated with pearls this long weekend, when it celebrates June, the month of the pearl. The exhibition will be on display from 10am-5pm daily, enabling people to compare different pearls and ask questions about the gem. The exhibition aims to be an informative experience featuring Tahitian, South Sea, Keshi, Mabe and Freshwater pearls. Each type will be displayed both loose and in jewellery pieces while identifying their origin, culture, colour spectrum, shape and size. Lili Fine Jewellery is located on the corner of Pearl Street and Boston Road, Torquay. For more information call 5261 9999.

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Sculptures celebrate heritage BY DAVID FINLAYSON SCULPTURED SIGNS and a new observation deck were launched last week to commemorate Clifton Spring’s period as a mineral springs Mecca in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The heritage sign project at The Dell, near Clifton Springs Bowling Club, has been years in the planning. A 2008 archeological study into the Clifton Springs Mineral Spa Resort (1870-1921) led to City of Greater Geelong funds to better recognise the significant period in local history. The Dell was a prominent holiday resort for Melbourne’s elite who would arrive by steamships which docked at the long jetty that existed at the time. At its peak the resort had 12 mineral hot springs each featuring a different mineral. The signage developed to honour the era was designed by Anglesea sculptor Cinnamon Stephens. The sculptures are the shape of torpedo-style bottles that were used at the resort. Inside each section are historic photos and messages in large ‘mineral bubbles’. Stephens said she was “thrilled and honoured� to be part of the project. “I’ve really got into the history of the area and I’ve become an unofficial ambassador for The Dell,� Stephens said. Councillor John Doull officially launched the heritage signage saying the Clifton Springs community had a right to be proud of its heritage. He said there may be the potential for cooperation with the mineral springs at Daylesford, near Ballarat, to investigate boring a new mineral spring at Clifton Springs.

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POINT Lonsdale residents are being asked to comment on options for developing a new surf life saving clubhouse. The Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club has launched a web-based stakeholder survey to canvas possible sites, facilities and community uses for a new clubhouse. Club senior vice president, Matthew Ponsford, said the existing clubhouse in Ocean Road was built in the early 1960s and although it had been renovated over the years was no longer fully suitable for the club’s needs. “We now have 950 members, so the clubhouse isn’t big enough and we’re conscious that we’re in a residential area,� Ponsford said. “Sadly we’ve had to turn ‘nippers’ (junior members) away because we don’t have the facilities. “The club’s building committee has looked at 11 possible sites and brought that down to four, one of which is the existing site. Another is nearby Ganes Reserve. “We want the community’s views because the clubhouse should be used by the community. “There may also be options for joint use of the clubhouse with another organisation,� he said. The club has identified a number of criteria to consider including reasonable road access, access to the beach, adequate parking, environmental considerations and general functionality. The survey results will be considered by the club building committee and club membership as part of its decision making. Ponsford said a new clubhouse was likely to be several years away given the various planning and other formal approval processes. The survey can be completed online until June 17 at www. surveymonkey.com/s/PLSLSCStakeholderSurvey

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Ocean Grove goes Live BY NATHAN HALE OCEAN Groveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s emerging music scene will kick into overdrive this weekend. Four venues throughout the town will host four days of live music. The excitement begins on Friday night and will run right through the long weekend, to Monday. Known as Ocean Grove Live, the festival will be held at Bar Deli, The Piping Hot Chicken Shop, Zebra Bar and the Ocean Grove Hotel.

Formerly known as the Ocean Grove Open Mic Festival, the musical extravaganza is in its third year and has drawn a host of local and visiting acts. Organiser Kevin Downey said the programme gives musicians of all ages the opportunity to showcase their talents. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is an opportunity for people to perform on a local stageâ&#x20AC;Ś it is musicians doing something for musicians,â&#x20AC;? Downey said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have everything from solo performers to a 20-person choir, and we have people from all

around Victoria and metro Melbourne, as well as lots of local performers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is a totally free event and very family friendly.â&#x20AC;? Apart from live music, the weekend will also include interactive workshops. On Monday evening there will be a very special grand finale workshop and performance featuring guests Phil Manning and local Jon Willard. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have a variety of things on offer for people â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from demonstrations of hand drumming by Scott McCutcheon to the final workshop with Jon and

Phil and lots in between,â&#x20AC;? Downey said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All musical styles will be represented â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from blues, rock, country, jazz and so much more. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is lots for the family to do and see. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have around 120 acts over the weekend with performers ranging in age from seven right through to 75, so make sure you come along and check it out.â&#x20AC;? For more information and a full programme of events, visit the Ocean Grove Arts Network website at www.theogan.org

Bridge close to complete THE CONTROVERSIAL $48 million Barwon Heads bridge reconstruction is nearing completion. The road surface of the vehicle bridge will be sealed in the near future, now that a temporary pedestrian lane has been removed from the vehicle bridge. The adjacent dedicated pedestrian bridge is open, while work continues on the construction of the plaza at Lahey Square, on the Barwon Heads side. VicRoads south western regional director, Robin Miles, said the plaza would be a flat timber decked pedestrian area with seating, bike racks and a drinking fountain. The plaza will also have ramps to the pedestrian crossings and the promenade with stairs down into the adjacent car park.

Bellarine Secondary College Year 12 student Jesse Ross received a VCE Premierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award for achieving the secondhighest study score in the State last year in VET Information Technology, while in Year 11. Pictured with teacher Guy Murray, Jesse is continuing VCE studies this year in English, specialist maths, maths methods, chemistry and physics. Jesse was presented with his award by IBM executive, Janice Matton, at a function at the Melbourne Convention Centre.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We hope it will become a place where people can gather and enjoy Barwon Heads and its surrounds,â&#x20AC;? Miles said. The plaza is expected to be finished by the end of June. The former Victorian government increased the budget for the bridge from $40million to $48million for the construction of the pedestrian plaza and modifications to the bridge design after public feedback. Miles said works were currently within the revised budget. â&#x20AC;&#x153;An official opening and bridge naming ceremony will be held later in the year after all works are complete,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We thank the community for their patience during the construction of the bridge.â&#x20AC;?



 

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Local stars on wheels

BY DAVID FINLAYSON

DRYSDALE cyclist Paul Nyko has stamped his authority on the Masters road cycling scene in recent weeks. Nyko has won the Victorian Country 2011 Masters Road Championship at Harcourt and the Victorian Masters Criterium Championship at Castlemaine. He rides regularly on Bellarine roads as part of a gruelling training schedule of at least 400 kilometres a week, and often much longer distances. “I used to ride as a kid but I gave it up when I was 20 years old. I returned to serious riding about three years ago and really enjoy it,” Nyko said. He often trains with other cyclists, including the “Ocean Grove bunch” of avid cyclists who regularly set off en masse from the Ocean Grove fire station on social training runs. Australian 2010 Masters Criterium Champion and Geelong Cycling Club president, John Burtt, is a training partner. Both men are committed to safe cycling and associated with Bike Safe Geelong’s drive to encourage safe and responsible cycling at all levels. Burtt said his aim is to tap into the ‘café latte set’ encouraging them to become part of competitive cycling. But both admit they too enjoy the social

café side of the cycling community. “The popularity of cycling in Geelong and the Bellarine reflects a worldwide resurgence in cycling,” Burtt said. They both consider the Bellarine peninsula a “haven” for riders and something to be cherished. Nyko said the region has many event cycling opportunities and good local ‘loops’ for training rides. The support of his family and friends has been essential to his success, especially because of the many hours of training away from home on the road necessary for him to be competitive. Nyko laments that his young daughter is more interested in ballet than cycling, but said the family enjoys an occasional social ride along the ‘rail trail’ between Geelong and Queenscliff. Both men would like to see junior cycling encouraged more in the region and Burtt points to his club’s work to encourage and coach young cyclists. He said the appointment of a women’s coordinator was also a big step forward, with about 60 women now on the club list. The Bellarine Times will be partnering with Bike Safe over the coming weeks to help promote its work and associated safety messages.

John Burtt (left) and Paul Nyko with their championship medals, take a break from their heavy training schedule at Barwon Heads recently.

Telstra looks to connect with people on the Bellarine THE BELLARINE will host a series of community meetings over the coming weeks with Telstra Country Wide area general manager for Geelong and the Surf Coast, Duane Dalton. The aim of the meetings is to sit with customers and hear, first hand, the issues facing the local community. Dalton said Telstra is committed to improving customer service and satisfaction and the visit is

aimed at gaining a better understanding of local issues and improving the service experience for customers. “It makes sense to us that our customers benefit from being able to talk face to face to a person who understands their issues and can provide a solution,” Dalton said. “This visit is designed to make sure customers can discuss any issue – whether they’re looking to

update their mobile phone, have a question about their bill or would like see if they are on the right mobile phone plan – we’re here for our customers no matter what their telecommunications needs may be. “Improving customer satisfaction is a priority for Telstra Country Wide and the company as a whole. We’re not there yet but we’ll continue working hard to improve.”

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Warm up with Wintersong BY ELEANOR WOODS AIREYS Inlet will this weekend stage a handful of fine musicians in a night made for music lovers. Wintersong, at the Aireys Inlet Community Hall, at 7.30pm on Saturday, promises four exceptional singer-songwriters performing their songs and discussing their craft. Organiser Marty Maher was excited in the leadup to the show. “I am a genuine music lover. I think anyone who

likes the idea of crafting a good song, will really enjoy this evening,” he said. Maher, who organises the acclaimed Aireys Inlet Open Mic Festival in March, handpicked these artists to hold them up to the light, in this smaller scale event. “We had some very good acts among the 160 that appeared at this year’s Open Mic Festival, but these (four) performers were just a league above everyone else. “The pub scene is a great music scene but we wanted to create a space where people could enjoy

the music for the music, listen to the lyrics and not have to compete with the crowd. “When these musicians performed at the open mic fest they wowed the crowd. They are all brilliant in their own right so I wanted people to hear that. “I wanted there to be an intimate performance space here in Aireys Inlet where people could come and sing and be heard. It will be relaxed and fun with a few wines flowing. It should be a really good night.” Aireys Inlet’s Tim Wood will perform alongside

Sarah Carnegie, Dru Chen and Marisa Quigley, who are all Melbourne-based. “It’s really exciting,” Wood said. “It will be nice to get together and share the stage with these guys. “I play acoustic guitar and sing. I like to tell a story and take the listener on a lyrical journey.” Wintersong is a licensed event and tickets cost$25. For more information, phone Great Escape Books on 5289 7052 or visit www.aireysinlet.com.au

Lorne-Aireys P12 learning together BY ELEANOR WOODS LORNE-Aireys Inlet P-12 School celebrated its new $2million multi-use education facility on Thursday. Friends and students of the school gathered for a barbecue, speeches and listened to the sweet sounds of school bands at the opening of the building; which features four classrooms, a large multi-purpose space, a kitchen, conference room and toilets. Principal Helen Gaylard is impressed with the finished product. “We are just so happy,” she said. “This is a very unique and modern learning space and we are so glad to finally be in and using the building. “The students love it. It is comfortable and

relaxed and is of extraordinary design.” The facility is structured so that classes ranging from years 3 to 8 can learn in closer proximity, increasing links between students. A Federal Government Building the Education Revolution grant was used to create the space, which school captain Amara Coleman, 18, agrees is unique and special. “I think it’s really good because it provides an extra connection between the primary and secondary school students. It feels like we are more connected now,” she said. “That’s the special thing about our school. You can work and play with people of all ages. We are all learning together.” The official opening of the new school building will be in August.

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Left: Jo Murphy-Henning gets a feel for the play equipment ahead of Saturday’s grand opening. Photo: MICHAEL CHAMBERS

BY NATHAN HALE CHILD’S play in the region is about to be taken to a whole new level with Saturday’s grand opening of Awesome Playgrounds. The new outlet – situated on the corner of Gordon Avenue and Pakington Street – has everything to make children’s eyes light up. Owners Paul Henning and Jo Murphy-Henning stock a range of play equipment – from trampolines to cubby houses and everything in between. “We will be open from 9am on Saturday morning and we are inviting everyone to come down and have a look around at what we have,” Paul said. “The kids can play on the equipment, there will be face painting, specials, a barbecue and Bay FM radio station will be broadcasting from 10am-2pm.” Awesome Playgrounds is Australia’s largest children’s play equipment supplier, and with Paul and Jo looking for a change of direction in their working lives, they decided to take this challenge and are keen to make it a success. “This is a whole new move for us,” Paul said. “My wife resigned from her job and we were looking for a new direction. WHAT: WHERE: OPEN: PHONE:

“We have a 15-month-old daughter, so children’s play equipment was something that we had been looking at, and then we saw an advert in the paper looking for someone to set up a dealership. “So we gave the number a call and set it up and things happened from there. “We buy off the supplier and sell direct to the public – and it’s not just children’s equipment – we also sell dog houses and chicken houses, as well as children’s cubby houses.” Awesome Playgrounds equipment is built with sustainable, chemical-free materials, and families can chose from modular and expandable play systems and free-standing equipment with no need to dig up the backyard or use cement.

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Young artists in the spotlight BY NATHAN HALE ARTWORKS from children on the Surf Coast and Bellarine will feature in a special exhibition currently on display in Geelong. The Masters in Making exhibition features works from young artists aged five to 18, and runs through until Wednesday, June 29 at Geelong’s Wintergarden Café and Bar. Torquay’s Kath Chapman, who runs Art and About, said the exhibition is a good opportunity for aspiring artists to show their wares. “We have had nine children produce one canvas with an abstract theme,” she said. “The children range in age from five to 11 and this is the second year Art and About has been involved in the project.” More than 60 works will be on display at the gallery, with all in the running for the people’s choice award. As visitors take in the exhibition they are encouraged to lodge a vote for the award, which will be announced at the conclusion of the exhibition. Behind the project is Bluebird Foundation, a new Geelong-based not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making quality art programmes accessible for all. Masters in the Making has been supported by the City of Greater Geelong and the Lions Club of Geelong. The Wintergarden Café and Bar is located at 51 McKillop Street, Geelong. For more information, phone 5221 3744 or visit www.artwintergarden.com.au

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Matt’s labour of love BY ELEANOR WOODS HUNDREDS of hours, untold passion and 300 photographs led to a Surf Coast photographer conquering his dream image. Teddys Lookout at Sunrise is Matthew Stevenson’s prized piece, which he comprised over several months, layering shot upon shot to craft a multi-faceted powerful image with varying degrees of light, tone and texture. “When I look at it now it’s pretty satisfying,” he said. “It has so many points of interest and is so detailed. It is stitched together photo by photo and shot over several different days to get different contrast in light. But you would never know it. “I waited and waited for those perfect moments. You have to be very patient for this work.” The completion of Teddys Lookout at Sunrise has been a dream of Stevenson’s for quite some time. “It’s the image I’ve always wanted to make. I just had to wait for the technology to catch up,” he said. “It’s such a magical spot but I wanted to capture it in a certain way and now I have. The light is amazing, the reef is lit up and the clouds are just how I imagined them.” Stevenson, who owns Bell Street Gallery in Torquay, is drawn to photography. After suffering a major back injury, the trades business owner turned his hand to the camera and trained in photography, graduating in 1999. He specialises in multi-image blend works which are “seamless”. “The whole trick is making people believe it is one shot. Then you know you have pulled it off,” he said. “There’s something about photography and

being a photographer that makes you want to push yourself, your boundaries. That is what keeps it exciting.” Stevenson opened Bell Street Gallery fourand-a-half years ago with three featured artists

exhibiting work – there are now 21 artists on display. To see Teddys Lookout at Sunrise drop into the gallery in Bell Street or visit www. bellstreetgallery.com.au

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Have some festival fun on us THE SURF Coast Times and Bellarine Times have teamed up with the largest children’s festival in regional Victoria to give away a family pass to Warrnambool’s Fun4Kids Festival. To be held during the school holidays from Sunday, July 3 to Sunday, July 10, the festival has something for children aged between two and 12. Launched in 1998, the Fun4Kids Festival was conceived with the aim of celebrating the imagination and creative spirit of all children. It has gone on to be recognised nationally, winning back-to-back Australian and Victorian Tourism Awards, and was crowned Best Community Event in Australia at the 2009 Australian Event Awards. Housed in a magical 2.5-acre fully indoor ‘village’ in the heart of Warrnambool, the festival offers a feast of experiences – and the best thing is you pay one entry fee then all the fun is free! For more information, visit www. fun4kids.com.au

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Warralily Cup is launched SCHOOL children throughout the region have been given the chance to show their soccer skills following the launch of the Warralily Cup last week. The competition will be a weekly, mid-week nine-a-side competition played under lights on a half-pitch size playing field aimed at under 11 and under 13 groups of boys and girls. “The Warralily Cup competition is being designed to be a region-wide competition where we combine a best-of-the-best competition for the yonger age groups, with an emphasis on participation as well,” said Surf Coast FC president, Joe Taylor. “This is part of our strategy to further increase participation in soccer across the Surf Coast and the region. Being held on a Monday, it will enable to girls and boys who play sports like football and netball to have a crack at soccer and still play other sports. “They will be able to have the opportunity to find out what they like and what they are good at. “This is also a major change of strategy for Surf Coast Football Club, where we are introducing an increased level of competition to our development programme, so our kids will now get two competition days and one night of technical training. “We will also be offering that to the region and we think it will be more fun for the kids, and it will help us recruit.”

FOR your chance to win a family pass to the festival, simply colour in the picture and mail it to: SURF COAST TIMES Fun4Kids colouring competition PO Box 714, Torquay 3228. Entries close on Thursday, June 23, with winners notified on Friday, June 24.

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Festival fosters local talent EMERGING musicians are most likely to benefit from the Queenscliff Music Festival’s new perpetual scholarship. The scholarship is open to applicants from the Bellarine Peninsula, Geelong and south west Barwon. The recently announced scholarship is designed to give local artists an opportunity to advance their careers. The festival’s artistic programmer, Andrew Orvis, said up to $10,000 would be allocated each year to fund projects such as recording, touring and professional development. “We want the scholarship recipient to use the funds within a year of when the scholarship is awarded, but we hope benefits continue to flow to the artist well into the future,” Orvis said. “Although we are aiming at up-andcoming artists that doesn’t necessarily mean young artists. We recognise there are emerging artists in all age groups. “There are 30, 40, 50-year-olds out there who need a bit of a ‘leg up’ as well. “There’s so many ways that somebody could use that money to their advantage. We are expecting some innovative ideas and some stock-standard ones too. We are totally open to different approaches. “Some of the awards out there are restrictive, but we wanted to avoid too many restrictions. “There is no limitation on the style of music or type of performers who are eligible. Our aim is to put something back into the community by encouraging diversity.” Orvis said some musicians might see it

as an opportunity to put together a state, national or international tour. “I think it’s important that local talent doesn’t just stay local. We need to give them the opportunity to turn into ‘national’ talent, or even ‘international’ talent,” he said “We would hope that there will be ongoing involvement by the recipient with the Queenscliff festival, but that may not necessarily be through performing. There are other ways the festival can work with the artists.” The scholarship winner will be chosen by festival board members and staff. “Once all the applications are received we’ll go through and short-list and a decision will be made from there against the criteria,” Orvis said. “We would expect a decision on the 2011 scholarship to be made as soon as possible after applications close.” The scholarship will be awarded at about the same time each year. Applications close July 29. Scholarship details are online at www.qmf.net.au

The festival fosters new talent while showcasing stars such as Dan Kelly.

Indigenous art exhibitions on display TWO INDIGENOUS art exhibitions are featuring at Salt Contemporary Art Gallery in Queenscliff this month. In the downstairs gallery is a solo exhibition of new ochres by Kimberly artist Claude Carter in association with Red Rock Art of Nununurra.

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followed by the official exhibition opening at 6pm. An exhibition ‘walk and talk’ will be held on Sunday at 3pm. Both exhibitions run until June 19. Salt is at 33-35 Hesse Street, Queenslciff, phone 5258 3988.

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Tuesday 7 June 2011

International stars on show A HOST of international stars will converge on Portarlington for this weekend’s huge National Celtic Festival. From Ireland to the United States and Canada, performers will showcase their Celtic talents to the huge crowds expected to flow to town. Here’s a little bit more about some of the international acts appearing:

Solas

A Prairie Home Companion in 1996 and since then have become one of the most popular Irish music groups in the world. Solas is noted as a band that can play straight traditional music in traditional style, while also adding a contemporary feel to traditional material and playing newly written material in the traditional manner.

Hanneke Cassel Trio (United States)

Hanneke is known for her “pure dead brilliant fiddle”. Her charismatic fiddling has brought the Oregon native many honours and awards, including the title of 1997 US National Scottish Fiddle Champion. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance at Berklee College of Music in 2000 and has performed and taught across North America, Europe, New Zealand, Australia and China. Hanneke is a talented and fun-loving young fiddler who performs with stylistic integrity and personal flair.

Eleanor McEvoy (Ireland)

Eleanor has established herself as one of Ireland’s most accomplished singer/songwriters with a career spanning over 20 years and eight successful albums. She composed the song Only A Woman’s Heart the title track of A Woman’s Heart anthology album, the best selling Irish album of all times. Eleanor has many loyal and dedicated fans around the globe, her songs communicate honestly and eloquently to many people on subjects which are common to everyone.

Solas (United States/Ireland)

Dubbed the first truly great Irish band to emerge from America, Solas started in the mid-1990s as a super-group side project for several musicians who were already touring with other bands. They first gained major recognition when they performed on

Christine Primrose (Isle of Skye)

Christine has toured extensively in Northern America, Canada, Australia and Europe, conducting workshops, giving concerts and recitals in Gaelic singing. Christine is currently teaching Gaelic song at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the Gaelic College on the Isle of Skye and frequently gives Gaelic

song presentations at the College. Christine was influenced by the traditional, ornamental Gaelic singing heard during her formative years in Lewis.

Sophie and Fiachra

Sophie and Fiachra (Quebec and Ireland)

Sophie Lavoie and Fiachra O’Regan have gone from strength to strength with performances in Canada and throughout Europe. Their concept is fresh and original with music from Sophie’s native Quebec on the fiddle blended with Fiachra’s Irish uilleann pipes. The style of the two musicians combines naturally and without compromise, their music is vibrant, rhythmic and timeless.

Eleanor McEvoy

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Portarlington in Focus

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Festival of hidden treasures PORTARLINGTON will again come alive this long weekend when the annual National Celtic Festival engulfs the town. From Friday night through until Monday, a host of national and international musicians will take to the stages to provide festival-goers with an unforgettable experience. The festival is Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest and most diverse celebration of Celtic music and culture, showcasing a tremendous array of talent from around the world. The unique cultures of each Celtic nation is celebrated â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Galicia and Asturias â&#x20AC;&#x201C; through world-class music, dance, song, poetry and language, art and craft, even quirky cuisine.

The variety of acts at the festival is always a major drawcard.

Learn at the workshops

If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve always dreamed of playing the Celtic harp, reciting Gaelic poetry or performing an Irish step dance with your family then here is your chance. There are a great range of workshops on offer, for adults and kids, run by experienced tutors. Best of all, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s included in the price of your ticket.

Warm up in the venues

Cosy and heated, the festivalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s venues are all within easy walking distance. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great pub with open fires, the Wine Bar, Celtic Club, a heritage restaurant, historic churches and more. You can even enjoy performances from a variety of Celtic acts while sailing across the bay on the majestic tall ship The Enterprize.

Here are just a few reasons to visit Portarlington this weekend:

Enjoy the diversity

Discover the fascinating cultures of the seven unique Celtic lands represented â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Galicia and Asturias. Delve into your own Celtic heritage or learn about the Celts who came from across the seas to help shape this great country into what it is today.

Absorb the setting

The township of Portarlington is nestled between some of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best vineyards and the tranquil waters of Corio Bay. With all festival venues in easy walking distance why not stop a while to chat with the friendly locals and take in the glorious views across the bay to the You Yangs and Melbourne skyline.

Browse the markets

Feel the music

Enjoy a packed programme of world-class musical acts from Friday night through to Monday afternoon. Marvel at the lightening fast fingers of entrants in the National Golden Fiddle Awards; and let your spirit sour with the pure voices at our Gaelic choir concert. From traditional to contemporary the

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Nomination brings reward LORNE Junior Football Club is set to reap the rewards after former junior, Jack Steven, was named the NAB AFL Rising Star four round 10. Steven, who now plays with St Kilda, was instrumental in the Saints’ 46-point won over Fremantle. As part of the rising star award, the Lorne juniors receive an NAB Club Recognition Award. The award is a package of practical and financial resources designed to assist the club in developing future champions; it is presented after each round to the nominated player’s junior football club. Steven was drafted from Lorne in 2008, and the 21-year-old caught the eye of Saints’ coach Ross Lyon with his impressive workrate in the victory. St Kilda coach Ross Lyon said Steven’s hard work has seen him make the most of his opportunity in the senior line-up. “After showing some good signs last season, Jack has been a great addition to the St Kilda side this year and has provided great energy and run over the last few games,” he said. “He is a versatile player who has proved his ability as a small forward, and over recent weeks, has also stepped up as an attacking midfield player. “We challenged Jack, asking him to step up, take on greater responsibility, and to his credit he has responded well relishing the new role. Steven represented Vic Country at the 2007 NAB AFL Under 18 Championships and won the 2007 Geelong Falcons’ best and fairest. He was selection number 42 in the 2007 NAB AFL Draft. t4JOHMFUPXFMSBJMt5PXFM

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European-style cycling event set for the coast THE SURF Coast Shire and Colac Otway Shire will host a new and exciting cycling event. The Amy Gillett Foundation’s Gran Fondo is a one-day, 120-kilometre event starting in Lorne and taking in 40 kilometres of the Great Ocean Road before heading into the Colac Otway hinterland. The race – to be held on Sunday, September 18 – will finish in Benwerrin and is limited to just 3,000 participants. Gran fondo means long distance or great endurance, and the concept is popular throughout mainland Europe, where the tradition started in Italy as a walking event, which then progressed to bicycles. The race will involve a road closure for about

three to four hours as the riders follow the race route. To help the community understand how the event will affect them, a series of information sessions will take place, starting tonight. The sessions times and dates are as follows: • Tuesday, June 7: Wye River Hotel, 7pm-9pm • Wednesday, June 8: Marrar Woorn Community House, Apollo Bay, 7pm-9pm • Tuesday, June 14: Forrest Community Hall, 7pm-9pm • Wednesday, June 15: Barwon Downs Hall, 7pm-9pm To confirm your attendance at a session, please phone 5232 9400 and for more information on the event, visit www.amygillett.org.au/gran-fondo/

Don’s perfect tee shot The Sands Torquay Golf Club member, Don Little, found the perfect way to warm up the first day of winter last week. Don achieved every golfer’s dream when he had a hole in one during the Wednesday competition! Don, who is 80, hit a perfect seven-wood to the par three 5th hole. See our eight-page golf feature in today’s edition, starting on page 95. surfcoasttimes.com.au

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finance

Tuesday 7 June 2011

Financial help is at hand LOCAL broker Fiona Price is supporting the people of Torquay, Jan Juc and the Surf Coast in their quest to achieve the great Australian dream of home ownership. The recent ‘bank wars’ are helping to shake up the market and now is a fantastic time to try and get a great deal on your home loan. There are deals available now that weren’t available earlier this year. The volume and variety of discounts available across the market were exhaustive, and at times could be confusing to the average Australian. There are hundreds of products out there, all with different features, different rates and different conditions which may catch a lot of people out. Using an accredited broker to wade through the myriad of products is a wise idea. Whether you’re a first homebuyer, refinancer

or investor, Price can help you get a better deal on your finances. In just 30 minutes, she can research hundreds of loans from more than 16 lenders, including Aussie’s own product. Having lived in the area for a number of years, Price has a wealth of knowledge on your personal finances. As well as ensuring you are saving as much money on your mortgage as possible, she can also help with credit cards, personal loans and general insurance. Price is dealing with the lenders on a dayto-basis and is familiar with the products and services they offer. She can help you wade through the many options available, and the service is free. To book an appointment with Fiona Price, phone 0400 229 792 or email Fiona.price@ aussie.com.au

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Mortgage competition still going backwards: MFAA IN SPITE of the government’s focus on mortgage competition, the crucial non-bank lending sector had almost been annihilated since the Global Financial Crisis, the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia has warned. Recently released Australian Bureau of Statistics figures confirmed that smaller lenders are losing ground in the housing finance market while the banks’ 90.2 per cent share of housing loans transacted in February is the banks’ highest share since last September (90.6 per cent). Around 80 per cent of the banks’ total is held by the Big Four banks. At the same time, non-bank lenders – the lenders

consistently with the lowest interest rates and who brought aggressive competition into the sector in the mid 1990s – have experienced their worst market share (1.9 per cent) since they joined the mortgage market in 1995. Just prior to the GFC in 2007, non-bank lenders held a market share of 13.6 per cent. Credit unions and building societies held a market share in February of 7.9 per cent, slightly less than the last few months. “These figures support our contention that the upcoming elimination of exit fees will not increase competition,” said chief executive of the MFAA, Phil Naylor.

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“Most of the major banks have already dropped their exit fees ahead of government regulation and this has clearly resulted in a churning of loans among the major banks but to the detriment of nonbank lenders. “On the basis of this trend, non-bank lenders will disappear when exit fees are totally banned in July. How can it be good for consumers when the most competitive lenders are forced out of the market?” Naylor said the MFAA supported greater competition in Australian home loans. However, the MFAA had asked the government to exempt smaller lenders from the ban on exit fees so they could continue to offer lower rates with a deferred

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A centre with the lot WHILE many local childcare centres are full and struggling to cope with demand, there is one hidden jewel with plenty of availabilities. Wilsons Road Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Centre is a growing early childhood and care service located on the corner of the Bellarine Highway and Wilsons road â&#x20AC;&#x201C; just a 10-minute drive from Geelongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CDB. It is part of the family owned Nurture one group with 12 centres in regional Victoria. Nurture one focuses on nurturing enquiring minds while providing care with qualified educators in a purpose built facility. Wilsons Road is proud to have a trained early childhood teacher, Jennifer, who has started a fantastic, state-run kindergarten programme. This allows families the flexibility of a kindergarten programme with the extended hours of long day care (6.30am to 6.30pm) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; this suits working families better than the traditional shorter session kindergarten.

Jennifer has more than 15 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience and has just returned from a trip to the United States observing early childhood centres. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The state-funded programme helps prepare the children for school and is based on the Victorian Early Learning Frameworks, said centre manager, Jane Rathjen. Recently, Wilsons Road went through the national accreditation process, achieving high quality rating in all areas. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are so excited about of wonderful result,â&#x20AC;? said Jane. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are working hard to become the best Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Centre in Geelong and this result shows we are on the right track.â&#x20AC;? For more information on the Wilsons Road Childcare Centre â&#x20AC;&#x201C; located next to the Newcomb shopping mall at 128 Wilsons Road, Newcomb, phone 52481344 or visit the website, www. nurtureone.com.au

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Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new facilities given a blessing SAINT Ignatius College has officially held its blessing and opening of its newest facilities. The blessing ceremony was led by Father Des Panton, president of the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Canonical administrators, and supported by Father Gerry Healy, representing Society of Jesus, and Father Gerard Keith, a Canonical administrator. Students and teachers are delighted with the

new facilities, which comprise eight Year 10 classrooms, a fitness centre and a multi-purpose sports facility. Led by the College captains, Bridget Henry and Matthew Di-Giusto, students pledged their energies towards making the most of their educational surroundings and opportunities the College provides in a prayer of thanks and commitment.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The college is grateful to the architects, builders and to the Australian and Victorian Governments for their funding support and the Catholic Education Office (Melbourne), in particular the director, Mr Steve Elder and planning officer, Mr Harry Allard,â&#x20AC;? said the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development manager, Claire Hewitt. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Saint Ignatius College Orchestra and

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will help people become more active in their daily lives. I congratulate Premier Ted Baillieu and Minister for Sport and Recreation, Hugh Delahunty, on following through in delivering this election commitment for Geelong. Congratulations to Geelong Football Club president, Colin Carter, and CEO, Brian Cook, on presenting such a positive initiative for the club and the Geelong community. I look forward to the project being completed before the beginning of the 2014 AFL season.

Dear Editor, Firstly I must say that I have no objection to the Portarlington Primary School endeavouring to gain funding in order to improve the facilities for teaching the future of our society. What I do have a problem with is the Labor member for Western Region, Ms Gayle Tierney, trying to railroad the current government into funding a pre-election promise made by her party at the eleventh hour in last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s state election. During that campaign there were many such promises made by a government that was desperate in its attempts to cling to power. It is also of interest that this same member has been virtually unheard of until she found herself sitting on the opposition benches. Her repeated calls for the new government to fund one of their opponentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pre-election promises is bordering on hypocrisy given that the Labor government had 11 years in power in which time they wasted billions of dollars on projects such as the Desalination Plant and MYKI to name just two. One can only wonder if the continued bleating by Ms Tierney and her colleague, Ms Lisa Neville, the member for Bellarine, concerning this issue is the precursor to Ms Neville cutting and running from State politics and the need for a strong local issue to shore up their slender hold on the seat of Bellarine.

David Koch MLC Member for Western Victoria Region

Anglesea River is far from dead Dear Editor, The article on the front page of the Surf Coast Times, Inquiry Call (May 31) is not entirely correct. We have been watching many fish in the river over the last months, some are permanent residents, other larger salmon come and go with the king tides. I regularly standup paddle the length of the river to see how the fish are going; this afternoon I observed schools of mullet fry, at the mouth and the top end near Alcoa â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they are always there. Now, if the river was toxic, as reported, they would be the first to die. I also saw 20-centimetre long mullet â&#x20AC;&#x201C; these fish have been there for months as well. Until recent king tides, new weed growth could be seen in the lower reaches of the river, the king tides have swept sand over it now, but it will emerge again.

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Dear Editor, The Baillieu governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $25million commitment to redevelop the Doug Wade Stand and establish a new community wellness and education centre at Skilled Stadium will considerably improve facilities for the Geelong Football Club, the many fans from across western Victoria and the Geelong community. The redevelopment is scheduled to be completed with the help of a $15million grant from the federal government as well as financial support from the Geelong Football Club, the AFL and the City of Greater Geelong to deliver a wonderful asset for the region. The redeveloped stand will increase the stadiumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capacity to 34,500 and provide better spectator amenities and improved facilities for local sporting clubs as well as a huge boost for community sport and recreation. One of the great features of this redevelopment is the community wellness and education centre and the benefits it will give to the Geelong community beyond the football club. This redevelopment, using the success of our most popular team sport to engage the community,

Dear Editor, It maybe okay for the Anglesea Business and Tourism association to accept the Anglesea River review findings, saying we need to look forward and not back, to protect the tourism dollar. But surely a full inquiry is needed to correct and protect not only the river and its environs but also the residents, their children and grandchildren, so we can all safely enjoy this beautiful and unique area. Ian Winchester

Carbon Tax just another money grab Dear Editor, On Laborâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new environment website, climate

change action, it is alleged action is needed on climate change â&#x20AC;&#x201C; like a carbon tax â&#x20AC;&#x201C; because heatwaves, storms and floods are likely to have â&#x20AC;&#x153;a direct impact on the health of Australiansâ&#x20AC;? such as an increase in heat-related deaths and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dengue fever may spread south to Brisbane by 2,100â&#x20AC;?. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s analyse that statement more closely. In 90 years time, there is a possibility that Dengue Fever may spread south to Brisbane. In the interim, this country will spend billions, if not trillions by then on trying to stop a possibility of a disease moving southward. As for the claim there will be an increase in heat related deaths, could be correct, but not in the way they mean it! In years to come, many pensioners and those on fixed incomes, may be too scared to use airconditioners or simply canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t afford to use them on hot days due to high energy costs. If the Greens get their way, the price on carbon could go as high as $100 per tonne and if this happens, only the wealthy will be able to afford things like air-conditioners. The underlying premise of climate change action is that so called `extreme weather eventsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; will increase. However, research by Indur Goklany, a science and technology policy analyst for the United States Department of the Interior, and the author of The Improving state of the World, says extreme weather events have decreased significantly in the past two decades. The bottom line is that Labor is relying on speculation and scare mongering to sell their carbon tax. This tax has the potential to drive our economy to the wall, and it will not benefit environment as Australian is a minnow in a very big pond in terms of contribution to the greenhouse affect. Besides, global warming can bring benefits such as increased food production. The Carbon Tax is a white elephant â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just another money grab by Canberra. Alan Barron Grovedale

We need to know all the facts Dear Editor, Further to last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Surf Coast Times titled â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Inquiry Callâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, I was astounded that Ms Raylene Fordham, President of Anglesea Business and Tourism (BATA) simply does not understand. As president of (BATA) she has no right to implicate all business in Anglesea as agreeing with her beliefs. What secret information does Ms Fordham and (BATA) have access to that puts her mind at ease? In her words â&#x20AC;&#x153;we have been told what the cause is and we are satisfied with thatâ&#x20AC;?. I thought the purpose of the Anglesea River Review was to ascertain all the facts before a judgment is cast. Peter Huebel Anglesea

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Join the call to arms THE CANCER Council Victoria is urging sporting clubs throughout the region to join a Call To Arms and take a stand against menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cancer. Confronting odds show that half of all Australian men will develop cancer by the age of 85. Call To Arms is a national Cancer Council event, asking players from all sporting codes to pick a game during their season to hold a Call To Arms match, wear something yellow and raise funds to fight cancer in men.

Cancer Council spokesperson, Irene Manitta, said she hopes with the NRL and AFL leading the charge for Call To Arms last week, sporting clubs across the nation are inspired to get involved. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want players from teams of all codes and levels to pick a game during their season to hold a Call To Arms match, wear something yellow and raise funds to fight cancer in men,â&#x20AC;&#x153; Manitta said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Even if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not part of a club there are still ways to join the fight, including sponsoring a team or making a donation. You can even win a corporate box for the code of your choice simply by voting for your favourite sport. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Last year more than 11 Surf Coast sporting clubs and more than 26 Greater Geelong clubs held a Call To Arms match which helped raise over $110,000 in Victoria. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In 2011, Cancer Council hopes to inspire 550

Victorian clubs to reach $200,000 for the fight against cancer in men.â&#x20AC;? Funds raised will help prevent and detect cancers in men, find new treatments, as well as support men in need by funding Cancer Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important cancer research, prevention and support programmes. To register your club or for more information on how to show your support visit, phone 1300 565 585 or visit www.calltoarms.com.au

Volunteers called on to spread the love WHILE Barwon Health boasts a volunteer base of more than 1,000 people, there is a substantial shortage of helpers required to spend one-on-one time with residents. The Red Cross has jumped on board to help, by putting a call-out for new volunteers to its Community Visitors Scheme. This Commonwealth Government initiative helps provide companionship for residents in aged care facilities, such as the McKellar Centreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Percy Baxter Lodges. Spending one-on-one time with residents doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just benefit the resident; the volunteers get a lot out of it as well. Take volunteers Hazel and Roger for example. The pair has been volunteering one day a week for several years at Percy Baxter Lodges aged care facility and

both love it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the best thing Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever done,â&#x20AC;? said Hazel. Retired Hazel lives 10 minutes away from the McKellar Centre and was at home one day, with miserable weather outside. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I decided to get off my backside and do something, so I walked over and asked about volunteering,â&#x20AC;? she said. Hazel and Roger are among a group of volunteers who all offer something to the elderly residents. One woman gives the residents manicures; another sits for morning tea and speaks with the culturally diverse residents in one of three languages, while a sprightly 92-year-old volunteer plays the harmonica for them. For more information on the Red Cross programme, phone Geelong Programmes Officer Rosemary on 5223 8700.

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Finding the right toothbrush BY DR JASON GRAY TOOTHBRUSH designs have certainly come a long way in the past 5,000 years; graduating from the use of twigs, to toothbrushes crafted with bone that held the stiff bristles of hogs, boars or other animals. The nylon-bristled toothbrush, as we know it today, was invented in 1938. In today’s marketplace we are bombarded with a vast array of both manual and powered toothbrushes with different shapes, sizes, angles, and bristle types. When comparing the effectiveness of manual

and powered toothbrushes, studies have indicated that there is no evidence to suggest that powered toothbrushes are any more effective than the good old manual toothbrush at cleaning your teeth. Powered toothbrushes are, however, great for handicapped or bedridden patients; patients with orthodontic appliances and patients lacking fine motor skills. Children can also find the use of a powered toothbrush fun, and that is a great thing. So next time you are at the supermarket with hundreds of toothbrushes looking at you, look for a

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BY ELEANOR WOODS JAN JUC masseuse Octavier Chabrier is teaching the art of infant massage to locals. The mum of two knows the benefits of infant massage, after raising her kids hands-on. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is so good for both the parent and the baby. It is such a relaxing, soothing experience,â&#x20AC;? she said. Chabrier has been practising massage for the past decade and incorporated infant massage into her practice in 2006. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I just want to pass on what I know, because infant massage is such a valuable tool,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The most important part of it is bonding with your baby, but at the same time you are boosting the childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s immune system by improving lymphatic drainage and circulation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Through my experience I have seen it help people a lot. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It reminds parents that their hands are tools. Using your hands is a very soothing and healing modality. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We instinctively know this. We just need to be reminded every now and again.â&#x20AC;? Chabrier hosts small groups or individuals and their babies at her home studio and is also available to conduct sessions at otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s homes or spaces. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Classes are lovely because it gives parents the confidence to massage their child. Babies are pretty robust,â&#x20AC;? she said.

PEOPLE with asthma are being urged to take their condition seriously this winter as new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) highlights concerning levels of asthmarelated deaths. The latest Australian asthma death toll recorded 411 deaths in 2009 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 131 males and 280 females. While this figure marks a decrease of 32 deaths, compared with 2008 levels, and a positive decline in male fatalities, the National Asthma Council Australia is warning that there is no room for complacency. Chair of the National Asthma Council Australia, Dr Noela Whitby AM, said the 2009 toll is still a concern as every death is a tragedy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The data highlights some areas of concern with nearly half of asthma-related deaths occurring in the 80+ years age bracket, and the death toll is significantly higher in women aged 80+ years (141) than men (48),â&#x20AC;? she said.

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According to the National Asthma Council Australia the number of deaths registered each year amongst older Australians is continuing to increase probably in line with the ageing Australian population. While Dr Whitby encourages ongoing asthma management year round, she is concerned about the impact of winter, especially in more vulnerable populations such as older adults. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the time for extra vigilance as the colder air, flu and viruses can trigger or exacerbate asthma symptoms,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is imperative for people of all ages to take their asthma seriously. See your doctor to review your asthma management programme and ask for an updated written asthma action plan.â&#x20AC;? Australia has one of the highest prevalence rates of asthma in the world and while it canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be cured, it can be controlled with asthma medication and by following an up to date written asthma action plan.

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Is share housing for you? THE COST of being a tenant is rising at a rate unseen for some time, making saving a home deposit a challenge for many and leading others to wonder if they will be better off as a property owner. Capital city rents grew a solid 4.8 per cent in the first quarter of this year alone, which is an obvious jump on the 2.9 per cent increase experienced in the year to March 2011. A number of Australians are finding their way around price barriers by reducing rental costs via share housing and/or buying a home then living with friends, siblings or others as their tenants. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Share housingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t simply a term for their rental situation, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s applied to life after buying. Mortgage Choiceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s recent Future First Homebuyer Survey found this was the case for a significant proportion of its 1,013 respondents. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Eight per cent of our recent 2011 Future First Homebuyer Survey respondents had already saved, or planned to save, on rent by moving to cheaper

not be the ideal scenario. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our regular consumer surveys show us first time property buyers are getting older. I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be surprised if shared rental housing is an option increasingly utilised by older people as another way to make saving a home deposit easier. If so, this would be especially prevalent in areas of dense housing and high property prices and living costs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Inhabiting the same rental space with people outside your family or romantic relationship is often a financial necessity when utility, petrol and other costs increase as they have recently. The same goes for home owners who are looking to create more room in their budget. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With the outlook suggesting Australia is set to experience continued rent and other living cost hikes as well as interest rate rises, people who are determined to be property owners may want to look at share housing as a longer term cost-saving strategy.â&#x20AC;?

shared accommodation before buying and 14 per cent will rent out one or more rooms after the purchase,â&#x20AC;? said company spokesperson, Kristy Sheppard. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With rents on an upward trajectory that we havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seen for some time, affordable share housing is a clever way to save more of a deposit or to save it faster. It can also help make home loan repayments less of a burden after the purchase, though it may

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agent or parents than necessary and ask them to save it for you â&#x20AC;˘ Borrow the deposit from parents or ask them to set up a small loan against their own home to fund the deposit â&#x20AC;˘ Some developers can help to contribute to the deposit by way of a rebate â&#x20AC;˘ Get a high paying job and delay family plans while saving for a deposit.

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April rental update THE REIV April vacancy rates report reveals little improvement in the state of the rental market during the past 12 months. In April the vacancy rate for Melbourne was 1.7 per cent and 1.2 for regional Victoria. The vacancy rate has remained basically the same during the last 12 months, when it was 1.6 per cent in Melbourne and 1.3 per cent in regional Victoria. A lower number of vacancies in regional Victoria explains why, according to the Victorian Government, rents rose by 7.9 per cent in the year to December 2010 (most recent data) compared with 4.9 per cent in Melbourne. Within Melbourne the highest level of vacancies was in the middle suburbs, where the rate was two per cent. This was higher than the inner-city vacancy rate of 1.4 per cent and that of the outer suburbs, where it was 1.5 per cent. In regional Victoria, vacancies in the three main centres remain scarce. In the Geelong region the vacancy rate was 1.6 per cent compared to 1.4 per cent 12 months ago. In the Ballarat region the vacancy rate was 0.9 per cent compared to 0.5 per cent a year ago and in Bendigo one per cent of rental homes were vacant compared to 0.2 per cent a year ago. According to the most recent data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the level of lending across Australia for investment in housing has decreased in seasonally adjusted terms by 1.7 per cent since February and 13 per cent since March 2010. Given that the majority of rental accommodation is provided by the private sector, a decrease of this magnitude in lending provides an indication that the low level of vacancies is unlikely to improve in the short term.

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An Opportunity Not To Be Missed Close to the beach, in a quiet tree lined street lies this magnificent 2 BR unit. Recently refurbished the home comprises large open plan lounge, modern kitchen and adjoining meals area. The bedrooms are bright and spacious, master includes WIR. Other features include modern bathroom, spacious laundry, paved entertaining area ideal for BBQ’s, a large single remote control garage with internal access, air conditioning and more.

It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This Located only a stone’s throw to the waters edge lies this magnificent 4 bedroom family home. Sitting on a huge allotment of 1090sqm the home features; large lounge room, modern kitchen with pantry which overlooks the tiled meals area and the adjoining family room, magnificent undercover entertaining area which is perfect for informal gatherings, ducted heating, split system cooling, garden shed and more.

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MASTERPIECE OF MODERN LIVING 52 Plantation Drive, BARWON HEADS For Sale by Negotiation Guide: $870,000 - $930,000 Nestled in the most sought after pocket of the 13th Beach Golf Links estate; this striking example of modern living leaves you speechless. Soaring ceilings, polished concrete floors and vast expanses of glass are just the beginning of a long list of architectural features. Built two years ago, the home was born in the mind of the current owners and grew into its current form with the assistance of a graphic designer. Everything about it shouts quality. From the natural textures of render, stone and timber that make up the exterior to the designer bathroom fittings and fixtures, each room bears an element of wonder. Entry into the home is via an awe inspiring glass door that allows an intriguing view through a central courtyard into the gallery style foyer and passage. From here, 3 oversized bedrooms serviced by both a family bathroom and master ensuite all feature neutral decoration and have their own garden outlook. The master bedroom has its own double sliding door opening onto a private, north facing patio. Its walk in robe is fully fitted and would please even the fussiest fashion conscious owner. Down the passage a custom built study space and separate powder room lead you into the main living area. Solid stone bench tops and a full butler’s pantry with its own sink grace the kitchen, whilst a gas stone fireplace adds atmosphere to the living area with its the end wall that opens completely onto a further, north facing alfresco area overlooking the golf course. Purpose designed to 6 star energy rating, the home is full of natural ventilation and climate control features such as quirky windows allowing floods of natural light and heating to the floors. Additional heating is located right throughout the home in the form of FAR infrared technology, which is not only efficient but also silent. This means that you can just get on with enjoying the peace and quiet of your surrounds and listen to the songs of native birds in your stylish 950m2 garden. Inspect: By appointment Agent: Fletchers Real Estate, Queenscliff Contact: Megan Clarke 0421 866 976 James Gladman 0408 583 633

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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 – $350,000 View Saturday 11th June 12.15pm – 12.45pm Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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Portarlington 20 Payne Street

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Seaside Living Doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Get Better! Just a short stroll to the beach & walk to the local shops, school & Portarlington Golf Club, this warm family home is sure to please. Recently renovated to modern tastes and encompassing 3 roomy bedrooms plus study, 2 bathrooms ample living space and well equipped kitchen. Outside offering enormous powered garage with additional storage, tropical style in-ground swimming & separate air conditioned bungalow ideal for teenage retreat all situated on 1000sqm approx land size. No matter why you want to live by the seaside, be it permanently, holidays or an investment with potential to subdivide, this is the one you have been waiting for! Inspection a must.

Price Expressions of Interest View Saturday 11th June Appointment Only Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Willungaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A Place of Green Trees Always wanted the relaxed lifestyle of country living with the convenience of a city location? This is the one for you! Privately tucked ADGHMCSGDM@SHUDVHKCKHEDjKKDCF@QCDMR @MCA@BJHMFNMSN3GD#QXRC@KD1DRDQUD@MC,B+DNCR6@SDQGNKDR SGHR RS@QQ@SHMF energy home gives you the best of both worlds. Featuring study plus 3 bedrooms master with full ensuite, large open-plan living VHSGF@RKNFjQDOK@BD ETKKJHSBGDMVHSG22@OOKH@MBDRHMBKCNTAKDNUDM@MCLD@KR@QD@NODMHMFNMSNK@QFDCDBJDCDMSDQS@HMLDMS area leading to huge 930sqm approx land size, with vegetable patch and fruit trees. Eco-minded with a 7500L water tank, AAAA rated showers & double glazed windows in summary providing low cost energy bills, low water usage and ensuring comfortable temperatures throughout the year. Call now to book your inspection.

Price Sale by Negotiation View Saturday 11th June 1:00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1:30pm Robert Dariol 0409 289 230 Sarah Hogan 0421 179 329 5251 5880 raywhite.com Drysdale 16 Collins Street

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY Portarlington 2/110 Ramblers Road



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Clifton Springs 181 Country Club Drive



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Portarlington 58 Drysdale Street

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Indented Head 49 Jubilee Avenue

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Situated 150 metres from the sandy beaches of Indented Head and designed with luxurious, easy care living in mind, this expansive two level home with observation deck offers stunning water views.

Price $595,000 – $620,000 Inspect Sat & Sun 2:00 – 2:30pm Contact Greg Campbell 0415 553 854 Luke Campbell 0409 554 949

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Architect inspired this modern coastal residence is innovative in its design and impressive in its finish. Epitomising comfort and style, the property boasts a spacious open-plan layout which flows seamlessly to an undercover alfresco area. The theatre room simply has to be seen to be believed, complete with a 8’2” screen and state of the art Mitsubishi projector and surround sound.

Price $405,000 – $445,000 Inspect Sat & Sun 3:00 – 3:30pm Contact Luke Campbell 0409 554 949 Greg Campbell 0415 553 854

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St Leonards 63 Mainsail Drive

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St Leonards 58 Beach Road

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TORQUAY 7 LUNE COURT Where Size Does Matter

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In a quiet court with ocean glimpses is this massive, well constructed, imaginative home which would be ideal for the extra large family as a home, holiday destination or perfect for the professional who works from home and needs privacy and space. Features: > Six large bedrooms and four bathrooms -1 ensuite > Three expansive living areas with a rear and front decks > Amazingly there are two double garages > Office space with a waiting room > Possibly able to be made into two residences

You´ll be so close to the beach, living beach side of the Great Ocean Road, walking distance from arguably one of Australia´s best beaches >Three bedrooms plus study with an option for a fourth bedroom >Polished timber floors & quality carpet throughout >Large modern kitchen >Two large bathrooms >Wood heater & split system air conditioning > Excellent outdoor entertaining BBQ area >Off street parking for three cars >Separate large laundry >Low maintenance living

FOR SALE Price: $859,000 INSPECT: Sun 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Damian Jens 0438 345 154, John McMahon 0400 866 634

FOR SALE Price: $995,000 INSPECT: Sat 2:00-2:30pm CONTACT: Marius Tekin 0425 853 055, Trent Ludlow 0418 308 841

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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TORQUAY 50 ST GEORGES WAY STUNNING CONTEMPORARY COASTAL SHOWPIECE

This quality built home is within walking distance to one of Torquay´s finest swimming beaches, situated in a secluded cul-de-sac on a generous 655sqm (approx) block, this property makes for the perfect holiday getaway, family home or investment for the astute buyer. > Four bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and ensuite > 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

> Spacious open plan living/ dining/ gourmet kitchen with separate formal dining > Four spacious bedrooms, master with WIR and ensuite > Large separate living/ games area, with bar facilities > Undercover outdoor entertaining area /salt chlorinated inground solar heated pool > Jarrah flooring, ducted gas heating, surround sound indoor and out > Remote control double garage plus 3 bay shed and workshop

Architect designed for practical family living, this stunning coastal home offers a flexible floor plan to adapt for the modern family. > Up to four bedrooms > Three full bathrooms > Generous living areas, > Downstairs kitchen and living area > Rear deck and flat lawn area ideal for kids > Adjoins 6th fairway > Clubhouse, gym, pool restaurant and beach nearby

FOR SALE Price: $529,000 INSPECT: Sat 1:30-2:00pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

FOR SALE Price: $925,000 INSPECT: Sat 12:30-1:00pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

FOR SALE Price: $759,000 INSPECT: Sun 12:00-12:30pm CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753, Damian Jens 0438 345 154

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EXCITING NEW LAND RELEASE

St Georges Way Cul-De-Sac LOT 287 - 789m2 - $420,000

Lahinch Mews LOT 330 - 728m2 - $375,000 LOT 331 - 647m2 - $375,000

Gleneagles Close LOT 99 - 943m2 - $450,000

A rare opportunity now exists to secure your own piece of coastal paradise. Offering an ideal lifestyle location in a quiet, exclusive estate with breathtaking course and water views of The Sands golf course. These recently released blocks range from 642 sqm to 943 sqm. These allotments offer the perfect place to build your dream coastal home.

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

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TORQUAY 5 ACACIA STREET What A View!

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One of the smartest and most versatile floor plans we have seen in a while, incorporating stunning ocean views, inside-outside living and a practical simplicity which will work beautifully for a family, investment or make a great holiday home. > Light filled, people friendly living with two great decks > Four bedrooms, two with ensuites, plus a study > Two large living spaces, up and down > Stone bench tops with plenty of other amenities > Love that view FOR SALE Price: $749,000 INSPECT: Sat & Sun 11:00-11:30am CONTACT: Damian Jens 0438 345 154, Marianne Keane 0413 555 753

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

CLIFTON SPRINGS 59 GWINGANNA DRIVE 4 Superb Finish, Modern Features, Water Views

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Sophistication spills through the glass-fronted doorway of this modern home. The golden warmth of hardwood floors greet you in a spacious downstairs vestibule, creating an air of elegance & spaciousness. Upstairs is the triumph of this home. As you ascend the staircase you emerge into a brilliantly lit long-room which has breathtaking views along the entire North & Western walls over Corio Bay & beyond to the You Yangs. Four BRs; 3 double BRs with BIR, study, rumpus, DLUG. Ten mins to Ocean Grove & only 20 mins to Geelong.

Be prepared to fall in love with this stunning new 3 BR home! A light & bright entrance flows through to a study/salon (perfect to run a business), formal lounge then into an open plan kitchen/dining/living area. Kitchen fitted with SS appl & plenty of bench & cupboard space. Large East facing windows allow natural light to flood the main space & opens out to undercover, decked alfresco area. Plenty of room for the kids & pets out the back, & to add your own touches. In a quiet court & minutes to local schools & shops.

FOR SALE Price: $509,000-$539,000 INSPECT: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm LAND: Approx 585m² CONTACT: Linda Craig 0435 903 706

FOR SALE Price: $409,000 INSPECT: Saturday 12:00-12:30pm LAND: Approx 792m² CONTACT: Linda Craig 0435 903 706

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GHERANG 475 Dangers Road

FOR SALE Buyers above $690,000

GHERANG 55 Lakeside Drive

MODERN HOME ON 25 LOVELY ACRES

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25 acres approx

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

INSPECT

By appointment

‘WIRRAMINNA’ - 5 ACRES LAKESIDE LIVING

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Scott Hunt 0431 474 721

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Tce (03) 5225 5777

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Bruce Falk 0400 939 081

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Modern living meets rustic charm – 3 BR brick residence, two bathrooms with lakeside views, open plan living zones, modern euro appointed kitchen and more lakeside views. Post and rail fencing, solar heated in-ground pool overlooking private lake with an abundance of native flora and fauna. Inspection by appointment.

Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Terrace (03) 5225 5777

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MORIAC 1395 Cape Otway Road

FOR SALE $540,000 - $570,000

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.

TORQUAY 25 The Esplanade WINCHELSEA 10 Worland Street RARE 15 ACRES WITHIN WINCHELSEA TOWNSHIP Featuring quality 4 BR home, 9 paddocks, extensive shedding plus stables; this impressive property offers unlimited options. Perfect for horses or hobby farm. Rare opportunity to purchase a quality parcel of land on the edge of the Surf Coast Shire’s boom town. A property of this quality and size does not come on the market very often so interested parties are advised to inspect now.

FOR SALE Buyers above $520,000 LAND

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INSPECT

By appointment

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Scott Hunt 0431 474 721

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Tce (03) 5225 5777

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www.bfp.net.au.

RARE CHANCE FOR ACREAGE AT THIS PRICE Impressive 15 acre property located in highly sought after Modewarre. Offers perfect opportunity to purchase affordable acreage within 20 min Geelong, 25 min Torquay. Perfect for hobby farmer or horse lover. Features 7 paddocks, 4 dams, 3 stables, stock pens, and electric fencing. Neat and tidy, northfacing 3 BR home features renovated country kitchen.

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15 acres approx

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By appointment

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Scott Hunt 0431 474 721

OFFICE

Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Terrace (03) 5225 5777

ONLINE

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Know the value of your property? Meet someone who does. BFP - Bruce Falk Property; marketing premium residential and lifestyle property throughout the Surf Coast and Bellarine regions. For a confidential analysis of your property, call now.

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JANUARY 2008 3129 MAY - 14 JUNE 2011

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GREAT OCEAN ROAD REAL ESTATE MARATHON 2011 PART OF OUR CONTINUED COMMITMENT TO "OUR BACKYARD" Kenyan James Kipkelwon smashed the course record in winning the seventh Great Ocean Road Real Estate International Marathon from Lorne to Apollo Bay on Sunday 15th May. Kipkelwon, 32, clocked 2hours 27mins 42secs on the 45.2km twisting, hilly trek to break Mark Tucker’s 2010 milestone by more than two minutes. Kenyans snared the first three placings after setting a cracking early pace in overcast, near perfect marathon running conditions. Best placed Australian in the GREAT OCEAN ROAD REAL ESTATE sponsored event was Melbourne’s Magnus Michelsson who battled into fourth place in 2:40:06 after suffering a hamstring strain at the half-way mark. Geelong’s Natalie Mensch, wife of former Geelong footballer David Mensch, won the women’s section in 3:20:17. The event attracted more than 3,500 contestants from 15 countries. AIREYS INLET surfcoasttimes.com.au

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4 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

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$620,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

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Suit buyers in the mid $2M range Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 5

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

267 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

24 NELSON STREET APOLLO BAY

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COMMERCIALLY ZONED SINGLE STORY HOME

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Price by Negotiation Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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

$675,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

855 GREAT OCEAN ROAD MARENGO

LOT 8/9-13 NOEL STREET APOLLO BAY

MODERN AUSTRALIAN HOMESTEAD

BEACHSIDE LIFESTYLE WITHOUT THE PRICE TAG s s s

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Price by Negotiation Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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

37 GREAT OCEAN ROAD SKENES CREEK

12/22 GREAT OCEAN RD APOLLO BAY

2/28 MOORE STREET APOLLO BAY

GREAT OCEAN ROAD SEAFRONT HOME

ARCHITECT DESIGNED APARTMENT

CHEAPEST 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE

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$720,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

$895,000 - $975,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

4/8 MURRAY STREET APOLLO BAY

4HIS-ARK'RATWICKRECENTLYNOMINATEDWITHPROPERTIESIN THISYEARS@!USTRALIAS"EST"EACH(OUSESBOOK 4HESEAPARTMENTSCOMBINECONTEMPORARYDESIGN WELL APPOINTED AND!POLLO"AYSBESTVIEWS 7ITHVENDORSCLEARLYINSTRUCTINGUSTOTAKEALLSERIOUSOFFERS 6IEWTHISPROPERTYANDNEVERLOOKBACK

10 NEWCOMBE STREET MARENGO

6 MCMINN COUT MARENGO

7HATAPOSITION&ORGETTHECAR WALKTOTHEBEACH SHOPS CAFE ANDALLTHAT!POLLO"AYOFFERS 4HREELARGEBEDROOMS TWOBATHROOMS OPENPLANLIVING DINING SPACIOUSCOURTYARDnTHISISDESIGNEDFORFAMILY LIVINGENTERTAINING3INGLELOCKUPGARAGE)TISLIGHT BRIGHT COMFORTABLEINAGREATCONDITION #URRENTLYOBTAININGAPERMANENTRENTALRETURN

$375,000 - $399,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

14A RAMSDEN AVENUE SKENES CREEK

LUXURY TOWNHOUSE CLOSE TO THE BEACH

THE DREAM BUILDING BLOCK

THE HOME WITH THE LOT

KIPLING HOUSE = THE COMPLETE PACKAGE

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$560,000 - $580,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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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

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 6

0OSITIONEDINADESIRABLEPRECINCTWITHANORTHERLYREAR ASPECT OFFERSASTUTEBUYERSPRIVACYWHILSTBOASTINGIN SUCHACENTRALLOCATION %NJOYTHEDESIGNANDFEELINGOFSPACETHROUGHOUTTHE TWOSTOREYHOME!LSOOFFERINGWRAPAROUNDDECKING SUITEDFOROUTDOORENTERTAININGANDROLLINGHILLVIEWS &OURLARGEBEDROOMSWITH")2S ALARGEPOOLTABLE GAMESROOM PLUSASECONDSEPARATELIVINGAREA

$625,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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LORNE LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne, Vic 3232 www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

77 CHARLES STREET LORNE

23 DEANS MARSH ROAD LORNE

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$595,000 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

14 GEORGE STREET LORNE

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

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

9 HARVEY STREET LORNE

17/260 MOUNTJOY PARADE LORNE

30%#4!#5,!2/54,//+

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

$1,495,000 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

16/2-10 OCEAN ROAD SOUTH LORNE

29/4 SMITH STREET LORNE

TERRIFIC PACIFIC

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

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

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,UXURIOUSLYAPPOINTEDBEDROOM BATHROOMAPARTMENT WELLEQUIPPEDWITHGOURMETKITCHENFEATURING STAINLESSSTEEL%UROPEANAPPLIANCES /PENPLANLIVINGAREASPILLSONTOAHUGEENTERTAININGDECKWITHSWEEPINGPANORAMICVIEWSTOTHE,ORNE0IER /THERFEATURESSUNFILLEDPOOLAREA DUCTEDHEATINGANDCOOLING LIFTACCESS SECURITYENTRANCEANDSECURECARSPACE

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 7

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

1/17 SMITH STREET LORNE

4B & 4C TRADEWINDS AVENUE LORNE

CENTRALLY LOCATED

THE SABA ESTATE

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4B $650,000 - 4C $590,000 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571

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

1020 WINCHELSEA - DEANS MARSH ROAD BAMBRA

6 WILLIAM STREET LORNE

THE HARD WORK IS DONE

CLASSIC BAMBRA - VIEWS ON 2.5 ACRES

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

$749,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

37 AUREL ROAD DEANS MARSH

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

$380,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

73 SMITH STREET LORNE

35 POLWARTH ROAD LORNE

56 DEANS MARSH ROAD LORNE

3A ALPHA TERRACE LORNE

POSITION AND EXCELLENCE IN DEANS MARSH s s s s

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31 SUMMERHILLS AVENUE LORNE

PRIME ENTRY LEVEL LORNE OPPORTUNITY s 4HISTIDYHOMECOMPRISINGBED BATHANOPEN PLANKITCHENDININGLOUNGEAREAWHICHSPILLSONTOA SPACIOUSDECKHASAFILTEREDOCEAN@PEEKISOFFICIALLY THEMOSTAFFORDABLEHOUSEONTHE,ORNEMARKET s !FANTASTICENTRYLEVELPROPERTYINGREATCONDITIONNOW WITHTHEOPTIONTOEASILYIMPROVEBYTHECONSTRUCTION OFASECONDLEVEL34#!  s ,OCATEDONASQMALLOTMENT $515,000 - $545,000 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

3390 PRINCES HIGHWAY WINCHELSEA

LOOKING OVER THE MOUTH OF THE ERSKINE RIVER

SOMETHING SPECIAL!

BLUE WATER VISTA

FARMLET DELIGHT - 25 ACRES & HOMESTEAD

s "IGNORTHEASTERLYFACINGVIEWSABOUNDUPTHE%RSKINE 2IVERANDOVERTHEBEACHAT,OUTTIT"AYANDTHROUGHTO !IREYS)NLET,IGHTHOUSE s 4HEORIGINALBEDROOM BATHROOMBEACHHOUSECOULD BENEFITFROMSOMECOSMETICALTERATIONSBUTWITHALITTLE 4,#COULDBEYOURNEW,ORNEBEACHPAD s #ENTRALLYLOCATEDAPPROXMFROM,ORNESSHOPS CAFES SWINGBRIDGEANDMAINBEACHAREALLWITHINANEASYWALK $750,000 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

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3ELDOMDOESAPROPERTYPRESENTIN,ORNEWITHBEACH OCEANVIEWSONTHESCALEOF3MITH3TREETCOUPLEDWITHA LOCATIONTHATISSECONDTONONE 4HESOLIDBRICKHOMEHASBEDS BATH LARGELIVING AREAS SEPARATERUMPUSBUNKROOMUNDERNEATHWITHABATH "EINGONLYMFROMTHEMAINPATROLLEDBEACHMEANSYOU CANPARKYOURCARINTHEDRIVEWAYANDWALKTOALL,ORNES GREATCAFESSHOPS

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

$1,590,000 Michael Coutts 0438 356 624

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 8

MINUTESFROM7INCHELSEA SCHOOLANDSHOPS BEDROOMSBATHROOMSWITHLARGEMODERNKITCHEN /PENPLANLOUNGEROOMDININGROOMWITHAIR CONDITIONINGHEATING &ERTILEFLATGRAZINGLANDCURRENTLYRUNNINGCATTLEAND SHEEPWITHLARGEDAMSSERVICINGALLPADDOCKS"ORE WATERAVAILABLE 'OODFENCINGCATTLECRUSHWITHSEVERALLARGESHEDS MACHINERYSTORAGEWORKSHOP

$530,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

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TORQUAY / ANGLESEA TORQUAY 3URFCOAST(IGHWAY4ORQUAY6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

34!..%3$2)6%TORQUAY

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3 - 15 / 105 GREAT OCEAN ROAD ANGLESEA

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LUXURIOUS NEW APARTMENTS IN CENTRAL ANGLESEA

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Auction Saturday 11th June at 11.00am Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

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XBRANDNEWMODERNANDSTYLISHBEDROOMGROUNDANDFIRSTFLOORAPARTMENTS 3PACIOUSOPENPLANS FULLYFURNISHEDWITHQUALITYFITTINGS FIXTURESANDAPPLIANCES /WNEROCCUPY HOLIDAYORPERMANENTLYRENTnTHECHOICESAREYOURS )NCLUDESRESORTFACILITIES GYM INDOORPOOL TENNISCOURTANDCARPARKING,UXURIOUS$AY3PA SERVICESALSOAVAILABLEYEARNETRETURNOPTIONALSOAVAILABLE !NEASYSTROLLTOTHEBEACH CAFES RESTAURANTSANDSHOPSANDACROSSTHEROADFROMTHERIVER 7ITHOUTDOUBTTHEBESTVALUEAPARTMENTSONTHE3URF#OASTnCALLNOWTOVIEW

$375,000 - $525,000 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

APOLLO BAY

LORNE 9

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TORQUAY / JAN JUC

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

17 MIRANDA CLOSE TORQUAY

12 BLACKWATTLE MEWS TORQUAY

114 BRIODY DRIVE TORQUAY

S O LD

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COURT LOCALE WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SPACE & STYLE

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$709,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

,OVELYCOURTLOCATION FOURBEDROOMS ")7)2S THROUGHOUT TWOBATHROOMSPLUSSTFLOORPOWDER &ANTASTICFIRSTFLOOROPENPLANLIVINGDININGAROUND QUALITYKITCHENANDOPENINGTOALARGEDECK 3ECONDGROUNDFLOORLIVING $,5'WITHREARACCESS DUAL DRIVEWAY TANKANDGARDENSHED 3IZEABLEANDPRIVATEREARYARD ESTABLISHEDGARDENSAND all in a great area.

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

24 BALLYLIFFEN CRESCENT TORQUAY

QUALITY AND STYLE IN THE SANDS s 4HISCLASSYBED BATH LIVINGPLUSLARGESTUDYISNOW AVAILABLEFORTHEDISCERNINGBUYERLOOKINGFORARESIDENCE OFPURECLASSWITHINTHEPREMIER3ANDS%STATE s &IRSTCLASSFIXTURESANDFITTINGSTHROUGHOUT THIS SPECTACULARRESIDENCEINCLUDESHARDWOODFLOORS CAESAR STONEBENCHTOPS SPLITSYSTEMCOOLINGANDRAISEDSQUARE SETCEILINGSTOMENTIONBUTAFEWOFTHEMANYFEATURES THISSPACIOUSOPENPLANHOMEHASTOOFFER s &ANTASTICSHELTEREDOUTDOORALFRESCOAREA Price by Negotiation Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

1212 HORSESHOE BEND RD TORQUAY

22,24 & 26 BAYVIEW TERRACE TORQUAY

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CLASSIFIED LISTINGS

VACANT LAND

SUMMARY

PRICE

AIREYS INLET (03) 5220 0200 28 - 30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231 56A Bambra Road, Aireys Inlet 14 Old Coach Road, Moggs Creek

1118 sqm 1400 sqm

$415,000 $600,000

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

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

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 $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

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

HOUSES, APARTMENTS & UNITS

SUMMARY

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

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

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

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 68 Costin Street, Apollo Bay 12/22 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 15/22 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 2/79 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 197 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 8C Moore Street, Apollo Bay 25 Montrose Avenue, Apollo Bay 2B Murray Street, Apollo Bay 4/8 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 4/10 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 33 Murray Square, Apollo Bay 2/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 3/22 Nelson Street, 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 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 23 Point Avenue, Skenes Creek 30 Skenes Creek Valley Road, Skenes Creek 18/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek 19/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek

3 B/R 2bth 3 B/R, 2 B/R 3 B/R, 2bth 3 B/R 3 B/R, GOR frontage 3 B/R, 1bth 4 B/R 5 B/R, 3bth, 118 acres 2 B/R, 2bth, 2.2 acres 2 B/R 3 B/R, 850 sqm 3 B/R 2 B/R, 1bth 3 B/R, 1,070 sqm 3 /R, 2 bth 3 B/R, 2 bth 3 B/R, 1 bth, DLUG 2 B/R, 1bth 2 B/R, 1bth 3.5 B/R, 2bth 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, 2bth 3 B/R , 2bth 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, 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, 2bth 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

$570,000 - $599,000 $720,000 + $695,000 $595,000 $875,000 - $899,000 $395,000 $650,000 - $680,000 $995,000 $450,000 $495,000 $415,000 $495,000 $370,000 $590,000 - $625,000 $560,000 - $580,000 $500,000 - $525,000 $415,000 $325,000 $310,000 $499,000 - $520,000 $460,000 $560,000 $698,000 $310,000 $330,000 $380,000 $365,000 $410,000 $500,000 - $525,000 $349,000 $540,000 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 + $420,000 $595,000 $565,000 - $585,000 $750,000 $415,000 $560,000 $POA $1,800,000-$2,000,000 $265,000 - $275,000 $195,000 - $215,000

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 11 Allen Street, Lorne 73 Charles 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 67A Bristol Road, Torquay

RURAL

COMMERCIAL

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

SUMMARY

PRICE

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

$395,000

PRICE

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 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 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 $ 78,000 $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 215 Aireys Inlet Road, Bambra

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'

SUMMARY

33 Grant Street, Forrest

$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 4 B/R, 3 bth on 1321 sqm 4 B/R, 2 bth & views

453 sqm

$430,000 $915,000 $220,000 $230,000 $215,000 $499,000 $230,000 $235,000 $900,000

AIREYS INLET (03) 5220 0200 28 - 30 Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet Vic 3231

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

633 sqm 1000 sqm 350 sqm 626 sqm 582 sqm 567 sqm approx 690 sqm 897 sqm approx 1020 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 3 B/R, 49 acres

$POA $480,000 $620,000 $525,000 $118,000 $380,000 $400,000 $119,000 $650,000 $980,000 $825,000

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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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The flexible floor plan of this home includes a large central lounge, open plan kitchen/dining and a formal separate family room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and solar hot water. Positioned only meters from Clifton Springs marina and walking distance to The Dell, Bowling Club and Golf Club. The property has â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Bonesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; for a brilliant family home, investment or project for those wanting to make their mark in the Bellarine Peninsula real estate market.

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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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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.



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Located in Sundial Drive, this Clifton Springs address is a short stroll to the central Drysdale shopping precinct. Built on just over 600 square meters of land, 7 years old this represents great value for a newly built home. Tiled open plan living, with carpeted separate lounge and separate dining room, make living space for the 4 bedrooms and home office roomy enough for the extended family. The master comprises a large WIR and ensuite, whilst the second bathroom is central to the other bedrooms at the opposite end of the house. DLUG and outdoor entertaining deck complete this BV home.

Designed and built by a private builder this family home has something special that most volume builders miss.The home flows flawlessly from one living space to the other, whilst the master and further 2 bedrooms are separated just enough to facilitate the dynamics of the growing family. The central well appointed timber kitchen and meals area is the heart of the home with sliding doors opening onto the outdoor living space and internal access from the DLUG with drive through into the spacious rear yard. Located in a court with access to schools, transport and the The Dell all within close proximity, an inspection will not dissapoint.

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Nestled in the Golf Course, this 9 year old sandstone home will suit both Golfers and Entertainers alike. Jarrah flooring through the open plan living area sets the modern tones that flow through this amazing property, together with a formal lounge, large master bedroom with full ensuite and 2 further bedrooms with a central bathroom. Surround sound wiring through the living areas, computerised watering system, ducted gas heating and beautifully landscaped gardens coupled with cathedral ceiling upon entry, north facing rear deck and European appliances, this home will grab your attention the second you walk in.

This 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 living and double garage with drive through access to back yard is sure to impress. Set on 585m2 with a west facing rear yard and outdoor entertaining area has everything. Immaculately maintained with open plan living/dining/kitchen that steps onto the large outdoor undercover/entertaining/ bbq area. Master bedroom with full ensuite and WIR. Further 2 bedrooms with BIR. Gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling and security alarm further compliment this home perfect for the family, holiday maker or investor.

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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 further compliment this well maintained home.

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This 4 year old family home boasts evaporative cooling, ducted heating, stainless appliances, 9 foot ceilings, double remote garage, storage galore and water tank with pump. Complete with secure fencing in both front and rear yards for the kids to play this home is sure to impress. Wonderfully presented with 4 bedrooms, 3 living areas and some views of the bay. Massive master bedroom with large WIR and full ensuite including large spa bath. Further 3 bedrooms are all spacious with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s.. Rumpus room overlooks the bay which is combined with the open plan kitchen/dining and family area which opens neatly to your central outdoor entertaining space.

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Set on approx 600m2 of land this complete package comprises 3 Bedrooms plus study or fourth, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas plus remote double garage with rear drive through. Master bedroom features a WIR and full ensuite. Further bedrooms and study all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. All bedrooms have fans and wall to wall carpet. Open plan kitchen, meals, dining and lounge with stainless steel Bosch and Fisher and Paykel appliances. All landscaping including concrete paths and driveway, retaining walls, front and rear lawn, and pebble garden beds and paths have been completed. Also included is all internal blinds, ducted gas heating (Braemer), split system reverse cycle AC (Mitsubishi) clothes line, water tank, fly wire screens and an instant gas hot water service. No expense has been spared to provide you with your brand new home. Just move in and unpack. First home builders grant applies.

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Set on 1000m2+ of land in Drysdale and walking distance to shops and schools this rare opportunity exists. Beautiful high ceilings with feature cornice this 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home is a gem. Period features such as steel windows, timber floorboards, sun room, limestone rock construction, open kitchen/dining, wash room and large bedrooms further compliment this wonderful home. Move right in, renovate over time or keep it as a perfect central Drysdale investment, the choice is yours. The options limitless.

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Set on 717m2 of land in the Water Vistas Estate this 12 month old home is sure to impress. 3 Spacious bedrooms with 4th or study. 2 living areas with an 11m x 3m deck off the open plan living upstairs to take in incredible uninterupted views of the bay, You Yangs and Geelong. Master bedroom has a massive WIR and full ensuite. Further bedrooms all have BIR. 2nd bathroom and seperate toilet. The upstairs kitchen, dining and living area has beautiful polished timber floors and stainless steel appliances with multiple sliding door access onto the large balcony. Further features include; double garage and ample yard and parking space and 10ft ceilings. Beautifully appointed and designed to maximise the view and north facing aspect. A wonderful home. 4

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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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SENSATIONAL SEAHAZE 28 & 32 Rippleside Drive, TORQUAY

Tuesday 7 June 2011

$319,000 each

â&#x20AC;˘ The last two remaining blocks are available for the discerning purchaser looking to build their dream home in a prestigious estate. â&#x20AC;˘ 540 sqm of flat virgin land just waiting for that dream home to be built and enjoyed. â&#x20AC;˘ Only minutes walk from the first class Peppers Resort, The Sands Golf Club, gym, pool, and of course Torquayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sensational beaches. â&#x20AC;˘ New developments in the area will see large parklands and nature reserves within footsteps. â&#x20AC;˘ Priced to sell! Agent:

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Head office and sales: L Bisinella Developments, 195 Forest Rd, Lara. Local sales agent: Stockdale & Leggo, Drysdale

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THE BOATHOUSE 13 River Reserve Road, ANGLESEA $1,275,000 With the river, town amenities and Coogoorah Park right at your doorstep, this stunning property offers only the best, with top quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Features include: - Beautiful views of surrounding National Park and Anglesea River - Four bedrooms (two with ensuites) and main bathroom - Three living zones - Extensive deck areas, all facing north, and ideal for entertaining - Landscaped low maintenance grounds - West wing of the house suited for home office/extended family or possible B & B. - Three split AC systems - Double carport with lockable workshop and huge storage capacity - Ample water storage, suitable for watering and sustainable living - Land area 754sqm approx.

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Torquay 128 Fischer Street Embrace the coastal lifestyle This fantastic double storey townhouse is the perfect opportunity for you to secure your own piece of prime coastal real estate. Offering 3 bedrooms, master upstairs with ensuite and walk in robe and the other two on the lower level with built in robes. Upstairs living with split system heating and cooling and a second living area down stairs. A paved backyard entertaining area facing north east offering lots of sunshine. Double lock up garage. > EPR

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Bellbrae 85 Moores Road Your Own Piece of Paradise Looking for your own piece of paradise? Private and secluded amongst the seemingly endless rolling emerald green hills. Just under 6 acres, this block is beautifully planted out with olive trees and grape vines. Just a few short minutes to the thriving coastal township of Torquay, this property represents a lifestyle and long term investment that rarely presents itself.

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hockingstuart is proud to support Kids Under Cover, helping to provide homes and education 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.

TH E FABULOUS CIRCUS CLOWN S Featuring hockingstuart employees: Kelly Faull (Property Manager - Torquay), Adam Bloem (Sales Consultant - Armadale), Amy Spicer (Advertising Manager - Bentleigh), Stephen Tickell (Director - Brighton), Katrina Humphreys (Property Manager - Sandringham), Katie Rooke (Marketing Co-ordinator - Carlton), Glen Coutinho (Director - Hawthorn/Camberwell) and the dazzling Nigel O’Neil (CEO) as The Ringmaster!

Torquay Office Shop 2, 3 Cliff Street Torquay VIC 3228 T 5261 8888 E torquay@hockingstuart.com.au W hockingstuart.com.au

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YOUR GUIDE TO BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION ON THE SURF COAST & BELLARINE

Burbank helps homebuyers BURBANK has made choosing the perfect home for the perfect block easy, by tailor-making a number of exclusive home and land packages perfectly-matched for Leopold’s Estuary Estate. The home and land packages ranging from $313,300 to $495,000 were carefully put together for Estuary Estate and offer homes catering for a range of demographics and price-points. Burbank business development manager Sam Tucker said by custom-fitting each home for each block, the hard part – the decision-making – was eliminated for the homebuyer. “Our pre-packaged designs are perfectly-suited for the blocks at Estuary, meaning homebuyers don’t have to stress over choosing the perfect home for the perfect block – we’ve literally done the work for them,” Tucker said. “Our most affordable home at Estuary is the 15 square Oxford from our Genesis Collection. “This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for those looking to

downsize their home but upsize their lifestyle within a stone’s throw of the bay. “The 27 square Ascent from our 7-Star Future Collection is one of our more luxurious homes on offer at Estuary. “This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home offers an open plan kitchen, family and meals area, as well as a separate living area and alfresco for those wishing to retreat. This package also comes with double-glazed windows throughout.” Tucker said all home and land packages at Estuary came complete with fixed site costs and developer requirements, as well as carpet, tiles, concrete driveway light fittings, and 2,000 litre water tanks. “With our range of home and land packages tailor-made for Estuary, there really is something to suit everyone,” Tucker said.

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Leopold: The Estuary Estate, Paraffin Dve Mon-Fri 12pm – 5pm Sat-Sun 11am – 5pm Sales Inquire: Jason Cantrell 0418 825 820 Shayne Jenkins 0423 616 227 Geelong: Torquay Rd, Grovdale Weekdays 1pm-5pm Weekends 12pm-5pm Ph: 03 5245 7130 Sales Inquire: Brian Spokes 0412 530 825 Georgia Pohlman 0423 033 059 Lara: Grand Lakes Estate Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm Display Home: 03 5262 6705 Sales Inquire: Shayne Jenkins 0423 616 227

Portarlington: Arlington Rise Estate 6 The Rise Sat & Sun 1-5pm

Porter Davis Access display centre Estuary, Leopold (Villawood) Shoaling Drive, Leopold T: 5250 6326 Hours: 7 days, 11:00 – 5:00pm Sales enquiries: Rosemary King, 0417 511 686

Lara: Grand Lakes Estate 102 East Lakes Boulevard Sat-Tues 1-5pm Leopold: The Estuary Estate 29 Parrafin Drive Sat & Sun 1-5pm

Porter Davis Lifestyle display centre Estuary, Leopold (Villawood) Shoaling Drive, Leopold T: 5250 5442 Hours: 7 days, 11:00 – 5:00pm Sales enquiries: Chris Smith, 0430 006 641

Lara: Grand Lakes Estate Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Sales Inquire: Paul Fletcher 0431 623 296 Geelong: Bellarine Hwy, Newcomb Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Sales Inquire: Adrian Lapetina 0403 277 434

Geelong: Head Office & Colour Studio 126 Fyans Street, South Geelong Open: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm Contact: 5229 2929 admin@signaturehomes.net.au

Grovedale: 295 Torquay Rd, Grovedale Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Sales Inquire: Adrian Lapetina 0403 277 434 Helen Box 0417 395 929

Torquay: The Quay Estate, Nautical Rise Sat-Sun 1pm-5pm (other times by appointment only) Ph: 5261 2866 Sales Inquire: 0434 730 962 Portarlington: “Arlington Rise Estate, 8 The Rise (off Smythe St) Fri-Tues 1pm-5pm Sales Inquire: 03 5255 3556 03 5259 3858 Leopold: 28 Paraffin Drive, Estuary Estate Fri-Wed 12pm-5pm Sales Inquirie: 0408 424 871

Lara: Grand Lakes Estate, Lara 15 Springwater Drive Lara Open: Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm or by appointment Contact: 5229 2929, 0422 295 235

Leopold: Estuary Estate, Paraffin Dr Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Sales Inquire: Mathew Denning 0412 212 383

Leopold: 27 Paraffin Drive, Leopold Part of the: Estuary Estate - Off Melaluka Rd Open: All days from 12-5pm excluding Fridays Contact: 5229 2929, 0422 295 235 Email: admin@signaturehomes.net.au Visit: www.signaturehomes.net.au

Lara: “Catania 234” 13 Spring water Drive, Lara (Grand Lakes Estate) Open: Saturday – Wednesday 12-5pm Contact: 5221 144 Leopold: “Coolana 214” 22 Paraffin Drive, Leopold (Estuary Estate) Open: Saturday – Thursday 12-5pm Contact: 5221 1447

Leopold: Kensington Estate, Christies Rd Sat-Sun 1pm-5pm or by Apt Bannockburn: Sommerset Estate, Moreillon Blvd Sat-Sun 1pm-5pm or by Apt Ocean Grove: Kingston Estate, Oakdean Blvd Sat-Sun 1pm-5pm or by Apt Lara: Grand Lakes Estate, 104 Eastlakes Blvd Sat-Wed 1-5 or by Apt Sales Inquire: 03 5222 5522

Lara: Grand lakes Estate, East Lakes Blv Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm Ph 03 5282 4549 Leopold: Paraffin Drive, Estuary Estate Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm Ph 1800 DENNIS

Highton-Geelong: Province Blvd, Highton Open Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 12pm – 5 pm Tel: 0449 257 128 (Melways 451 A7)

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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

Torquay: 12 Headland Dr Sun-2pm-5pm or by appointment Torquay: 36 Centreside Dr Sun 2pm-5pm or by appointment Jan Juc: Marner Close Sun 2pm-5pm or by appointment Sales Inquire: 0418 590 377 or 5261 3394

Torquay: Torquay: The Quay Estate, Longshore St Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 12pm – 5pm Display Home: 03 5264 7129 Sales Inquire: Kerry 0424 166 512

Leopold: Melaluka Gateway Estate 7-11 Grassland Grove, Leopold Sat-Wed 1pm-5pm Display Home: 03 5250 2111 Sales Inquire: Rick Novak 0418 103 507

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Torquay Display ‘The Quay Estate’ 1 Nautical Rise Ph: 5261 2866 / 0434 730 962

Leopold Display 28 Paraffin Drive Ph: 5250 4218 / 0409 580 911

Portarlington Display 8 The Rise Ph: 5259 3858 / 0433 220 998

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Music for the soul THE TORQUAY Hotel is set to warm the winter weekend with some hot rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; roll from two of Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finest on Saturday night. King Cannons and The Fearless Vampire Killers will roll into town to liven up your weekend and provide your fix of live music. For King Cannons, the Torquay stopover is part of their first headline tour of regional Victoria. The band has a simple ethos that hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t changed since day one; soul food, six good friends coming together to create music crafted from their many different individual influences and inspirations. The result is ferocious. A constantly evolving, roots based rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; roll sound that is unmistakable. From Springsteen to The Clash, Chuck Berry to the ease of a Jamaican Sunday, King Cannons play with ferocity and passion but maintain a certain chill that exudes classic cool. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music for everyone who shares in that sentiment. Anyone who has seen the band play live before knows that they are renowned for their live performances. Never afraid to tell it how it is with tracks such as Take The Rock, or to relax, and get introspective with numbers like Time To Yourself, the band has a repertoire to please any musical palette. Provided perfect support to the King Cannons, The Fearless Vampire Killers are touring on the back of their April

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release, For You and Me, the first single off their debut album which will be released later this year. The rollicking blues track, For You and Me, has been humming on the airwaves and is set to be sung on Saturday night, along with previously released singles Alright Now Honey and Loaded Gun â&#x20AC;&#x201C; among others. The bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bassist, Jacob McGuffie, said the band was â&#x20AC;&#x153;really looking forward to coming down the Great Ocean Roadâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait. It should be really cool,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be great to go to a real beach for a change, not a crappy city beach.â&#x20AC;? The bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name is inspired by a Roman Polanski horror flick, and they draw their inspiration from 1960s pop and surf rock. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are influenced by bands like the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, The Atlantics, stuff like that,â&#x20AC;? McGuffie said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The name The Fearless Vampire Killers really works for us, because people always comment on it and remember it.â&#x20AC;? McGuffie said the band didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t turn into werewolves after midnight and that audiences would be treated to aural harmonies not sideshow antics. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our music is drivey and poppy, with a few ballads to show our Neil Young side,â&#x20AC;? he said.

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Time to (re)visit the ol’ Bailey THERE was a time not too long ago when this winery was all but gone. Lost in a huge conglomerate where it was all about profit/loss statements, sales data, distributions, and nothing else seemed to matter, and if for whatever reason they didn’t perform (in this case due to the fires in 2007, little or no wine to sell in 2009 and in need of investment), then it was just as easily tossed aside and sold off. This was a winery on its knees in a management relationship (in this case, the underperforming Fosters Group wine division) that didn’t care too much for where it had come from or where it was going. Things were bad and with their 140th anniversary just around the corner, it looked as though that party would end up being a wake. Somewhere along the line though, with renewed enthusiasm from the Fosters Wine/Beer split into the newly formed Treasury Wine Estates, some bright spark looked a little deeper, looked at the heritage of the winery and the location, a region steeped in winemaking history. Thankfully, all was not lost, and the significance of the estate was duly recognised and esteemed with the result seeing a multi-million dollar investment and rejuvenation of the enterprise put in place to secure the future and stability of the winery. Established way back in 1870, up in the north east of Victoria near the township of Glenrowan, Baileys boasts a great range of full flavoured reds and fortified wines. Winemaker Paul Dahlenburg is focused on adding more bright aromatics, depth, and richness to these alongside further experimentation with fermentations for the reds he produces, which if these new releases are anything to go by, are certainly heading in the right direction. Thus, a grand old producer is spared the axe and the wine loving public are much the richer for it.

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Thompson’s Caravan returns INTERNATIONAL troubadour, Carus Thompson, will bring his live show to Ocean Grove this month as part of his tour to promote his latest release, Caravan. Thompson won great accolades from his last visit to the region, and tickets for the show on Saturday, June 18 at the Piping Hot Chicken Shop in Ocean Grove are sure to sell fast. Thompson spends the majority of his time in Europe, where he has gained a strong following throughout the mainland continent and also in the United Kingdom. Caravan was recorded between studios in England, Germany and Australia; it’s an album that speaks of Thompson’s time on the road split over two continents. Standing Thompson aside from many of his other contemporaries is his ability to succeed while remaining truly independent. Worldwide, he has sold more than 30,000 CDs independently and supported luminaries such as Dave Matthews, Damien Rice, Jack Johnson, John Butler and The Waifs. The last few years have seen him touring nonstop across Europe, playing to a rapidly expanding fan base. His music has found a huge place for itself in Germany and the UK, backed up by strong alternative radio play and national opening slots for the likes of UK contemporary folk star Seth Lakeman (who also guests on the new album). “I’m not as being desperate to succeed or find fame, but rather wanting to try and get to the top of

Carus Thompson will play Ocean Grove on Saturday, June 18.

where I feel I can get to… like a football player who wants to live up to their potential,” he said. Tickets for the June 18 show are $16 plus booking fee from www.moshtix.com.au or $20 at the door if available. For more information, visit www.carusthompson. com

Baileys of Glenrowan Shiraz 2009 ($18) Probably the highlight of the previous weekend as it was up against beef vindaloo one night, then a barbeque the next! Quite darkly coloured and reserved, somewhat chunky too on the first night but with enough richness and spice to carry the evening, yet it was the two thirds left and consumed on the following night that really attested to the wine’s worth and potential. Having opened up and softened with the now more complex and juicy dark fruits, mocha and spicy characters let loose for all to enjoy, and best of all the tannins were supple and long on the finish.

Baileys of Glenrowan Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 ($18) Full bodied and well proportioned (but not too heady) with expected Cabernet characters to the fore – think a rich core of blackcurrant fruit – plus a whisk of American oak and a touch of spice to complement the soft tannins. This really opened up and fleshed out over two days and is best enjoyed with a good steak or roast.

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Show tackles a deadly subject GEELONG entertainers Shirley Power and Colin Mockett have chosen a lethal subject for their next original musical show for the City of Greater Geelongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Morning Showtime series. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all about, ahem... death. The brand new show, due to open at Drysdaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Potato Shed on Tuesday, June 21, is titled Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Be The Death Of Me. And despite its grave title and fatal subject matter, the show fits very firmly into the musical comedy category. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have a reputation for staging â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;fun and fine musicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; shows,â&#x20AC;? said writer/performer Colin Mockett. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And this one is no different. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve taken a subject thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s common to all of us â&#x20AC;&#x201C; dying â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and unearthed its funny side. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We started with the humour found on gravestones then added some ghost-written jokes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We then took this script and buried some eternally classic songs in it. Some we found in the mausoleum of music hall songs, like Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Moving Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Grave To Build A Sewer, while others are from murderously-funny writers like Tom Lehrer and Billy Connolly. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The result is monumentally musical and dead

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THE EVOLUTION of food in Australia is inexorably linked to our history. Much has been written of the influence migration has had on our culinary landscape. It has occurred free of the dogma which insists traditional methods are the only way. The results have seen spectacular success for Australian chefs and food producers alike. A local story is that of Timboon Farmhouse Cheese; its history and current reinvigoration. Founder, Hermann Schulz was born in East Prussia and immigrated to Australia with his wife, Marlis, after WWII. They worked hard, raised three children and in 1971 secured a dairy property in Timboon. Hermann applied biodynamic principals to his farming, returned to Germany to recruit a cheese maker and started making cheese on his back veranda. Timboon Farmhouse Cheese was born and the company prospered. The organic milk used produced wonderful cheese sought after by deliâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, restaurants, retailers and export markets. It was so successful the company was purchased by King Island Dairy and eventually sold to National Foods. Sadly, National Foods closed the company in 2009 claiming the organic industry was floundering. Re-enter Hermannâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children who have leased the factory to young French cheese maker Matthieu Megard. He has created Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Artisan Cheese Timboon and is producing The Mountain Man, a wash rind cheese, Fromage Blanc, a fresh curd cheese and The Extravagant, a decadent Triple Cream. Hermannâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s daughter Audrey is delighted to be involved with Matthieu in reestablishing cheese making and a cafĂŠ at the factory. Audrey can also been seen from time to time at Torquay Farm Foods extolling the virtues of these wonderful artisan cheeses.

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Explore the deep blue sea THE INNOVATIVE shaken+stirred@gpac programme presents The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer. The performances is an award-winning one-man micro-epic puppet show that melds technology and multimedia into a touching story of enduring love and the end of the world. A visually inspired solo show performed by Tim Watts, The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer debuted at Perthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Blue Room Theatre in June 2009 before presenting a highly successful season at the New York International Fringe Festival, where it was awarded â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Outstanding Solo Showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and received rave reviews. Watts employs a unique blend of mime, puppetry, live and recorded music, and animation to present an exploration of the next and oldest frontier: the deep blue sea. The seas have risen, billions have died and those who are left live on farms atop skyscrapers, atop mountains. The scientists have tried everything. Floating islands sank, space probes found nothing, and the giant sponges, visible from the moon, are now

rotting icons of failure. Now science and humanity are turning to the oceans themselves. A last ditch effort to save the human race requires journeying down through the mysterious depths of the deep blue sea to find a new place for us to live. Alvin Sputnik, who has just lost his wife, accepts this perilous mission to follow her soul down to the underworld so that they can be together again once more. The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer was created by Watts in collaboration with Arielle Gray, and is presented by the Australian Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s national performing arts touring programme, Playing Australia, which gives Australians across the country the opportunity to see some of our best performing arts. The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer appears in the Drama Theatre at Geelong Performing Arts Centre two shows only â&#x20AC;&#x201C; on Thursday, June 16 and Friday, June 17 as part of the 2011 shaken+stirred@gpac season. Tickets are available on 5225 1200 or online at www.gpac.org.au

Tim Watts will take you on an adventure at GPAC.

Calling all bush poets TIME is running out for aspiring bush poets to submit their original poems to be considered for the 2011 Australian Unity Bryan Kelleher Literary Award. Now in its fourth year, the national competition aspires to honour and keep current the bush-style of poetry made famous by Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson so that it can be enjoyed by future generations. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Last year we received 445 entries from all around Australia by a range of people of different ages and backgrounds â&#x20AC;&#x201C; showing that the appetite for bush poetry is alive and well in Australia,â&#x20AC;? said Alan Castleman, Australian Unity Chairman. Entry is free and the competition closes on June 30. Winners will share in more than $2,500 worth of prizemoney. Application forms are available online at www.australianunity.com.au/ literaryaward or phone 8682 6701

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Introducing Executive Chef Lyndon Betts to the Vue Grand team! Direct from Pettavel Winery and Restaurant, awarded 8 consecutive Age Good Food Guide chefs hats between 2003â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2010. Warm up this Winter with Lyndonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5 course Bellarine tasting menu showcasing local produce beautifully matched to wines from the Peninsula. Grand Dining Room open for dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings during Winter and Sunday for lunch. Bookings recommended on 5258 1544.

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Dance for fun, fitness, health and wellbeing. At Bellbrae Hall. Wednesday May 18 at 7pm; Friday May 20 at 9.30am Phone Ginny 0413 596 784.

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 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; starting with small significant changes within out homes.

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Zumba with Jenny

Thursdays

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

Dance: Life Activities Club

2.30pm-4.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Road. Cost: $4 All Welcome. Enquires 5251 3529

Fridays

Aireys Inlet Playgroup

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

Deans Marsh Community Cottage

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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.

Aireys Market

9am-1pm at the Community Hall. Fresh food and quality produce from around the Otways.

DRYSDALE and CLIFTON SPRINGS

Saturday June 11

ANGAIR Bird Walk

Wednesdays and Fridays

Sunday June 12

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

Meet at 9am at the Community Centre Car Park. Bring morning tea.

ANGAIR Working Bee

9.30am-11am at Allen Noble Sanctuary. Bring a weeding fork.

SpringDale Neighbourhood Centre

Monday June 13

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.

ANGAIR Walk

9.30am-11am. Meet at the Community Centre

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

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

The 26th Annual Art and Craft Show

Saturday June 16

Friday June 10 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Opening Night 7.30pm at the Community Hall, McMillan Street. $5 entry includes wine & nibbles. Saturday and Sunday June 11 and 12 10am-5pm Monday June 13 10am-3.30pm

Mid Winter Fire Festival

12pm-9pm at the Forrest Public Hall. There will be lantern making, face painting, kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; corner dress-ups, sandbag lights, the tree of life, circus skills, games, great food and much more!

Anglesea and District Community House

Have many different activities for all people. Phone 5263 2116, email angcom@fastmail.com.au or visit www. anglesea.org.au Opening hours are Monday-Friday from 9.30am-2.30pm

Mondays

Mindfulness with Jess Connor

For details phone 0402 364 358 or email jlconnorconsulting@gmail.com

FRESHWATER CREEK Freshwater Creek Steiner Playgroup

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

JAN JUC

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Thursdays

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Social Mixed Tennis

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

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

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.

LEOPOLD

Thursday June 9

Wednesdays and Fridays

Home energy workshop

Aimee Country Line Dancing

7pm-8.30pm at the Anglesea and District Ciommunity House

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.

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Tuesdays

Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House

Zumba with Jo

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

Classes at 5.45pm and 8.15pm at Leopold Community Hall. First class is free.

Tuesdays

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Thursdays Fig Tree Games Group 1pm-3.30pm. Mondays and Fridays Lorne Fig Tree Occasional Care 9am-2pm. Contact Emma 5289 2972 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

Wednesdays

Zumba with Jenny

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

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

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

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

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

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Tuesdays

8pm-12am at the Community Hall. Admission $8, includes supper.

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Latin Belly Dance Fitness Classes

BELLBRAE Mondays

Zumba with Jenny

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

Yoga and relaxation Mondays

Carpet Bowls â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Come and have some fun with us! 1pm at Parks Hall. Learners, Beginners, Lapsed, all players welcome. Cost: $2. Tea, Coffee and biscuits supplied. Come along and have fun. Phone Marie 5251 1444. (Not Public Holidays).

Tuesdays

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

Playtime at the Portarlington Primary School 0 to 5 years. 9am-10.55am. For more information, phone 5259 2572.

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

Thursdays

For all courses below contact 5261 2583 for enrolment.

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

Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social tennis

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

Wednesdays

Pregnancy and Birth Support Group

Wednesdays

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

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 Saturdays

Surf Coast Toy Library

Fridays

Port produce

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

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

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Annual Long Weekend Jazz/Blues Concert

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Queenscliff Neighbourhood House

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Old Time Dance

6.30pm-7.30pm at the Community Hall. Emphasizing fitness through fun and energizing dance. Phone Martine 0411 727 930.

Sounding for inner peace meditation

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

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

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Wednesdays

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8. Woolworths recently sacked staff members for participating in which dangerous craze? 9. The tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun was discovered by Howard Crater and George Herbert in which decade? 10. Which is not a member of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Raphael, Donatello, Botticelli or Michelangelo? 11. Name Australia’s first female Governor-General. 12. Which stock exchange uses the index informally known as the ‘footsie’? 13. Known for the catchphrase ‘chippie, chippie, chippie’, which advertising character eats Smith’s Potato Crisps? 14. Arial, helvetica and courier are all types of what?

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Jolly Jupiter is energizing your entertainment zone, so stop being such a serious Capricorn and start having fun with family and friends. Singles it’s the perfect week to take time off work so you can smell the roses and circulate socially. You won’t find love with your nose permanently to the career grindstone. Strive to nurture the creativity of others.

Look out world! Rampaging Rams are in a gung-ho, take-no-prisoners kind of mood and you won’t appreciate others telling you what to do. Wealth planet Jupiter is now in your money zone, so you’re (potentially) in for a lucky financial year – as long as you don’t fritter away extra cash. If you are impulsive and extravagant, you’ll quickly blow any benefits.

Don’t think small - it’s time to wish upon a star! With Jupiter (planet of abundance) now in your hopes and wishes zone, make your dreams for the future as fabulous as you possibly can. Saturday’s a super day for socializing, whereas Sunday favors spending time with a very special person – you. Solitude is soul food for Crabs at the moment.

Librans are fabulous flirters and this week, with vampy Venus (your ruling planet) moving into flirtatious Gemini, it’s time to give those charisma muscles a workout. Do you want more romance and abundance in your life? Flutter those eyelashes (or flex those abs) and you shall receive! For some singles, love and travel are linked in luscious ways.

Over the next 12 months, it’s imperative that you capitalize on the lucky opportunities that prosperity planet Jupiter sends your way. It’s time for Bulls to be bold and beautiful, as you let your Taurean talents shine. Be inspired by birthday great Judy Garland “Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.”

With Jupiter and Mars in your career zone, things are about to liven up at work. Some Lions can expect a promotion or improved conditions, while others will just be very busy. But don’t spoil professional success by being pushy or pretentious. Venus moves into your peer group zone on Friday, so it’s time to add some fresh faces to your friendship group.

Prepare to be at your sexy Scorpio best, as Jupiter joins fiery Mars in your partnership zone. So it’s time to up the romance factor and make your (neglected?) partner feel extra special. Singles - don’t sit around passively waiting for your soul mate to appear. You need to be passionately proactive as you get out on the prowl, looking for lasting love.

Many Aquarians are in the mood to redecorate, renovate or relocate (preferably somewhere with more space). And have you been pulling your weight at home? Make sure you do your fair share of household duties, otherwise dirty dishes could lead to domestic dramas. Singles – don’t let a sudden dreamy attraction turn into a long-term nightmare.

Talkative Twins - you’re usually such a sticky-beak but try to be discreet this week. If you spread garrulous gossip, you could end up in gigantic trouble. Venus vamps into your sign on Friday (until July 4) so get ready to wow others with your gregarious Gemini charms. It’s the perfect time for singles to jump into the pool of love. The water’s just fine!

Don’t always play it safe. This week’s stars encourage you to be a versatile Virgo, as you step out of your comfort zone and do something adventurous and daring. As General George Patton declared “Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash” So slip out of sensible, worry-wart mode and into fun, flexible mode – if you can.

Sagittarians are spontaneous folk but don’t overdo it (especially on Sunday) when you could suffer (again!) from ‘foot-in-mouth syndrome’. Think before you speak, otherwise you’ll upset others with your unique brand of truth serum. With Jupiter (your ruling planet) visiting Taurus for the next 12 months, it’s time to slow down and think things through.

Self-delusion is a dangerous thing, because you’re completely unaware that you are deluded. But it’s time for Fish to face the facts – is there a relationship you’re not seeing clearly? Or is a family member pulling the wool over your misty Piscean eyes? You’ll feel confused on Friday but you may emerge from the fog with a brand new perspective

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HAVE you noticed the changes to the external appearance of the Anglesea Bowling Club? Some hard working members have been busy relocating the planter boxes and bowler figurines at the driveway entrance to the clubhouse. They have also relocated one of the shelter sheds to the western end of the B green in readiness for the commencement of construction of the Men’s Shed. The club is proud of its two synthetic greens which enables bowls to be played all year round. Any bowlers holidaying in the area are most welcome to join us as follows: Men: Mondays commencing at 12.30pm; Ladies: Tuesdays commencing at 11am (BYO lunch); Mixed: Saturdays commencing at 12.30pm. Phone 5263 1229 to register. Limited members are reminded that they are also invited during the winter months to bowl on the above days. Winners Recent winners of the Men’s Monday were: Ken Bunning, Bill Redfern, Gerard Morrison; Tuesday Ladies’ Triples: Glenyce Murphy, Thelma Hobson, Dot Hermann; Tuesday Ladies’ Pairs: Heather Campbell and Mary Porter; Saturday’s Mixed winners: Edna Gleeson, Harry Mann, Josie Bizewski.

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New vision for Geelong BY NATHAN HALE THE GEELONG Racing Club has received $62,000 to develop a masterplan to maintain its standing as one of the state’s leading country tracks. Minister for Racing, Denis Napthine, made the funding announcement last Friday at the track; with the Coalition Government contributing $31,000 – a figure matched by Racing Victoria and Country Racing Victoria. “With this funding, Racing Victoria and the Geelong Racing Club will be able to develop a plan to meet the requirements of the Geelong racing community now and well into the future,” Napthine said.

“The masterplan will set out a vision for the future and take into consideration the needs of the club, horse trainers, jockeys and horses. Importantly, the plan will also ensure that patrons attending the races will be well catered for.” In developing the plan, Racing Victoria and Geelong Racing Club will give consideration to: • The training needs at Geelong, including the possible relocation of trainers from the Haworth Court Training Complex to the main precinct • Construction of new race day horse stalls • Grandstand and marquee requirements; and • Car parking needs and access alternatives, its

co-sharing arrangements with the Geelong Showgrounds, and possible access from the showgrounds via a tunnel. Geelong Racing Club chief executive officer, Paul Carroll, welcomed the announcement. “The Geelong Racing Club is extremely grateful for the support shown by the Minister for Racing Dr Denis Napthine, the Coalition Government and Racing Victoria,” he said. “This masterplan will allow the club the opportunity to achieve an optimal and co-ordinated outcome to a number of significant projects including the relocation of the Haworth Court Training Complex.”

Pictured at last week’s announcement were (from left) Racing Victoria chief operating officer, Bernard Saundry, Geelong Racing Club chief executive officer, Paul Carroll, Denis Napthine, GRC chairman, Paul Bongiorno, Member for Western Victoria Region, David Koch, and Country Racing Victoria chief executive officer, Scott Whiteman.

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JUST AS well we got a few games in last week because the coming week’s weather looks very threatening. Rugging up by the fire might be the go. Tuesday last week began with a Stableford for the boys. Miller Gelic survived a close call from Frank Carter, both returning 41 points in A Grade. Miller took the c/b and trophy of the day in that encounter. B Grade winner was Ian Hamilton in another c/b with Bob Thomson, both 38. C Grade had outright top spot go to Ron Bramble, 40 and in yet another c/b for D Grade, Will Pressnell held out Robert Stiglbauer, both 38. On Wednesday the ladies qualifying round for the RWH 4 Ball was held with some outstanding results. Winning their way to the district final later in the year was popular mum and daughter pair, Barb Kavanagh and Lorraine Evans with a great 44 points. Runners up, losing on a c/b, were Marg Quick and Kathleen Howes. Pro pins went to A – Vicki Hamilton and for B – Helen Newitt. NTPs went to Marg Mascoll and

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Men’s competition The swirling wind made conditions a little tricky on Saturday which was reflected in the scores for the par medal round. Playing in the first group of the day, Ron Rigg had 2 up to win the medal and A Grade from Craig Hunter who is finding some form of late. One of new members Travis Agg is already showing a liking to the course winning B Grade with 1 up on a count-back from Martin Ward. Branko Matjevic won NTP on the 5th. Ross Millar won the supercomp hole on the 7th,

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Bec Waldron. Thursday was sunny and the players enjoyed the warming rays. Norm Evans enjoyed it the most with his 42 points. Miller Gelic also had reason to smile; he eagled the par 4 3rd hole and claimed six balls. Not a bad effort, a difficult hole to par let alone eagle. I had the pleasure of watching these two fine shots and it was a pleasure to witness. To add to the excitement, 11 holers also had a good day with your friend and mine, Jack Morris scoring 40 points after calculation. Friday’s chook runners also relished the fine weather with Ann de Moor taking top with 37 and Dick Trezise holding Ian Pardy at bay both with 38. Saturday was windy and warm in the morning and blustery and cool in the afternoon for the visiting clubs playing the GDGA Colin Campbell Cup. Players marveled in the condition of Port and compliments were accepted with great thanks, our ground staff are

responsible and of course, the members are grateful every day for what we are fortunate to call our home course. Winners of the cup were the team from Winchelsea, and congratulations to them. Port came 4th in a very strong competition. The usual Saturday competition was played around the visitors and Neil Hinkley played a blinder scoring 45 points and claiming trophy of the day and C Grade. A Grade went to Robin Burns, 42, Craig Finnemore, B, 39 and D Grade was won by Graham Slater, 41 points. The ladies also played a Stableford round where Val Tither again led the way with 38 points. Lou Blomley and Judy Said claimed the NTPs however, guess who took the Pro Pin - Jeanette Barclay. Sunday, with almost gale force winds had our Senior Pennant team having a practice in preparation for the fast approaching Pennant season, but the members also played a Stableford with Phil Mahoney scoring the winning score of 41.

Rod Carroll the 13th and Brian O’Shea the 17th. Wednesday heralded the first day of winter and the conditions were perfect for golf. This time the afternoon players took full advantage of the benign conditions late in the day with the winning scores all coming from those teeing off after lunch. Brian O’Shea had a great round to win A Grade with 3 up on a count-back from John Ramsey, while Graeme Hardy headed the leaderboard with a fabulous 7 up off a handicap of 14 to win B Grade. It’s understood Graeme’s putter was on fire, sinking putts from everywhere. Dale Carroll also had a great score finishing runner-up in B Grade with 4 up. As mentioned, Don won NTP on the 5th with his hole in-one while John Ramsey took the honours on the 17th.

took full advantage and carded a terrific nett 65 to win the medal and blitz the rest of the field. Carol McDonald was runner-up with a 72 and took home the winnings from the newly introduced pro comp for women. On Saturday, the women played stableford with Paulette Payne winning with 37 points from Carol McDonald on 34. Paulette headed straight to the Pro Shop to spend her winning voucher. It’s only a few weeks away from the start of the men’s pennant season and The Sands is aiming for another successful year. This year the club has teams in division one and two. There are several new faces available to play this year and the final make-up of the teams will be announced shortly. It is good to see Browny back in the pro shop after his well earned break. If you have been thinking about a lesson, give the pro shop a call as he loves those crisp winter mornings on the range.

FROM THE PRO SHOP

THERE WAS plenty to celebrate this week with one of our more senior players scoring a hole in one during Wednesday’s men’s competition. Octogenarian Don Little aced the 5th hole using his trusty 7 wood much to the delight of his playing partners. Don last had a hole in one about 40 years ago! Playing off a handicap of 12, Don’s current goal is to break his age!

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Women’s competition The women had their monthly medal on Thursday and another perfect day beckoned for golf. Linda Turner

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Midweek results ON TUESDAY it was Ocean Spray Day for the girls. Joan Thomson (23) won A Grade with 39 points on count back from B Grade Championship R/Up Chris Thompson (20). Kathryn Simpson (25) accounted for B Grade with 41 points, Sally Torney (35) continued her fine form by winning C with 43 and Sandi Kennedy (38) won D and the Ocean Spray Vase with the score of the day, 46 points. Sally Torney collected a Jackpot whilst Karen Mensch (x2), Kendra Caldwell and Lyn Brady won the NTPs. TGC are hosting the Challenge Bowl on Monday, let’s hope the weather is kind and the girls have a great day. The Men played Stableford and the 5th round of the JE Pettigrove Trophy on Wednesday. Ron Haeberle (8) beat his age by scoring 45 points to win A Grade from Rod Chappell (12) on 43. Henry Kelly (15) made light work of B Grade with 45 points while Alec Hand (36) posted the high score of the day, shooting 47 points to win C. With one round remaining for the JE Pettigrove,

Bill Bond leads by a handy 7 points from John Hirth. The NTP winners for the day were Rod Chappell, Bruce Groom, Alan Scholten, Kenneth Grinter and Alan Roy took out the Jackpot. Richard Pekin and Paul Brunt scored eagles on the 14th. On Friday, the Mixed Stableford was won by Peter Garland (19) with 45 points from Des Frawley (20) with 43. Ian Sweet and Jayson Moran won the NTP wine glasses whilst Greg Giampiccolo scored an eagle on the 16th. Weekend results Saturday was Monthly Medal Day for the Men. Chris Benson (10) scored a 3 over 69, 59 nett to win A Grade by 1 from Paul French (8). Garry Fletcher (14) took home the medal and B Grade with 55 nett, Sam Colman (19) easily accounted for C with 58 nett while Tony Cooper (23) also scored 58 nett to take out D. The Best Gross Trophy was handed to Paul French after a fine 68, beating the unlucky Andy Clark on count back.

Rob Young pocketed the jackpot. The NTPs were won by John Richards, Harry Knevitt, Terry Lee and Paul MacColl. Mark Rosewall, Gary Watson and Chris Benson all scored eagles on the day. Claire Dowley (33) saluted for the girls with a 57 nett ahead of Marg Joyner’s (17) 62. The NTPs went to Deborah Shoesmith, Robyn Matheson, Ronnie Beacom and the winner Claire Dowley. Golf shop Pro Golfer Brad Lamb joins the Golf Shop team this week. Please make Brad feel welcome. Brad will be taking golf lessons so please ask for further details if you want to improve your game. The Men’s Guest Day on Wednesday, June 15 is fast approaching and the timesheet will open soon for 92 players. It will be a 4BBB Stableford format with a shotgun start at 12.30pm. We hope everyone brings a guest. Members are also invited to ‘Walk the New Course’ on Tuesday, June 21 at roughly 3pm.

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Big scores galore ROUND six of the GRFC Open Women’s Division one saw some great play on the weekend. Here’s how things panned out. Barwon 1 v Surfside Waves 4 Surfside Waves are riding on the crest of a wave, after a fine home win over Barwon at Shell Road. A great match, well played. Geelong 10 v Geelong Rangers 0 At Stead Park, the derby game was against rivals Geelong Rangers. The Rangers goalkeeper kept the final result from blowing out, and at the final whistle Geelong defeated Rangers 10-0.

Bellarine Sharks 4 v Corio Bay Cobras 5 Bellarine Sharks drew first blood at Lake Reserve on the 30 minute mark to be quickly followed by a fast break from the kick off to see Alex Madden slot one into the net of Cobras to level the score. Deakin Uni 1 v Breakwater Eagles 5 Breakwater scored 3 swift goals in the first half as the shell-shocked Deakin team tried to gather themselves to respond. The Deakin defence fared better in the second half and they pulled a goal back through Maddy Filbay.

The Geelong team celebrated a 10-0 win on the weekend and currently sits atop the league ladder.

No winter blues for Surf Coast Mixed results for the waves U/12 Boys Blue 2 v Barwon 1 The game started out well with the ball going from end to end and our solid defence held Barwon to only one goal with the wind in the fist half. The boys were excellent in the second half with the first of our goals scored by Finn Barker who then followed it up with a somersault during his unforgettable celebrations. Goals went to Finn Barker and Kalen Webb. Best players were Karni Miller, Jarred Murphy, Finn Barker. U/12 Boys Yellow 4 v Surfside Waves 3 After last week’s heavy defeat from Breakwater, Yellow bounced back with an easy win over Surfside Waves. First half was all Surf Coast domination and the opposition couldn’t pass the half way line. Girls U13 Surf Coast Blue Surf Coast Blue travelled to Bell Park on Saturday to compete against Bell Park Red. The final score was Surf Coast Blue 4, Bell Park 1. It was a competitive game from both sides – well done to all the girls. Surf Coast Blue 1 v Breakwater Eagles 2 The Eagles kept the boys on their toes in the first half. Captained by Matt Lloyd the boys tried hard, but, the Eagles were fast and strong. Despite a mighty comeback from Surf Coast, the Eagles simply proved too good on the day. Well done to all players.

U/13 Boys (division 1) 1 v North Geelong Warriors 0 Two top division teams met at the weekend both eager for a win to firmly place them at the top of the ladder. Tenacious tackling from Surf Coast players never let the warriors monopolize the ball. It was a fantastic game and a well deserved win. Player of the Match – Hayden Voss Surf Coat Boys U/15 3 v Breakwater 3-0 Surf Coast Under 15’s had a good 3-0 win over Breakwater in the wind at Connewarre on Sunday. Surf Coast started strongly and had a lot of the ball early. Overall another solid team effort, the quality of the passing and teamwork continues to improve. Best players for the team were Noah Barker, Ben Ryder, Dylan Salvador, Liam Monagle, Ethan Voss, Ryan TysonHurley. Metro N & W League Surf Coast U/18s 4 v Altona City 0 Surf Coast hosted one of their main rivals, Altona City. However, the young coasters took control from the off and had established a healthy 2-0 break by half-time. It was a much tougher second half, especially as the coasters went down to 10 players because of injuries, but that didn’t stop them adding another two goals to record a good win over some tough opposition. Goals: Adam Roberts 2, Jack Pedler, 1, and Tom Lloyd, 1.

THERE were great conditions for round six on the weekend. Surfside Waves players and spectators certainly appreciated the bright sunshine during some exciting games. Here are the results. Senior men: Barwon 2 v Surfside 3 This was a tight game with the Waves just edging out Barwon. Nic Hargraves grabbed two goals and Steffan Hargraves the other. It was a good result considering the Waves were 2-1 down at half time. Senior women: Surfside 4 v Barwon 1 The women continued their winning ways with another convincing performance against Barwon. The team is really starting to click and playing some good football. U/17 Boys: Surfside 3 v Barwon 6 A very hard working effort from all players this week was rewarded with a much more competitive result. Luck deserted the Waves as many of their chances hit the woodwork or were cleared off the line. Improvement like this every week is the goal. U/15 Boys: Surfside 8 v Barwon 0 This very commanding performance benefitted a top of the table team. It was very exciting to watch these teams playing some great football. U/13 Boys: Surfside 0 v Bellarine Sharks 2 The boys continued their improvement with a narrow loss against neighbouring team, Bellarine Sharks. Well done to both teams on a good competitive game

of football. U/12 Boys: Surfside 3 v Surf Coast Yellow 4 The boys continued their improved form narrowly going down to Surfcoast Yellow. Surfside dominated the second half after trailing 4-0 at the break with some impressive team play. Goal scorers: Rory Dean, 2, Mitchell Wharmby, 1. U/15 Girls: Surfside 0 v Surf Coast 2 Great teamwork Surfside girls competitive against Surf Coast even with only 10 players on the pitch. The half time score of 0 – 1 reflected the effort put in by all. The girls gave 100 per cent. U/13 Girls: Surfside 2 v Barwon 1 Surfside struggled to break down the strong defence of a determined Barwon. Overall it was a very even encounter that could have gone either way. Well done to both teams. Goals: Caitlin Pickett, 2. Small Sided Games: Surfside Waves Blue U/11’s v Barwon Blue Excellent team work saw the Waves over run Barwon Blue. Surfside Waves Red U/11’s v Breakwater Eagles This was a very competitive game between two evenly matched teams. Surfside Waves U/9’s v Springdale This was a fun filled game with lots of skills on display from both teams.

NETBALL SCORES ROUND 8 A GRADE BARWON HEADS 53 V NEWCOMB 50

GOALS: BARWON HEADS: O. Young, 45, S. Howard, 7, R. Whitehead, 1. NEWCOMB: E. Schaeffer, 40, A. Avery, 10. BEST: BARWON HEADS: O. Young, R. Whitehead, S. Howard. NEWCOMB: E. Schaeffer, S. Leach.

MODEWARRE 55 V DRYSDALE 43

34, N. Nicholls, 17. BEST: GEELONG AMATEUR: G. Gowers, L. Flynn, R. Thompson. PORTARLINGTON: K. Pell, C. Munday, C. Bull

QUEENSCLIFF 37 V ANGLESEA 60

GOALS: ANGLESEA: B. Caldwell, 29, E. Rice, 21, M. Savage, 10. QUEENSCLIFF: L. Dick, 23, L. Dreher 9, E. Saunders, 5. BEST: ANGLESEA: B. Caldwell, S. Gale, B. Joy. QUEENSCLIFF: E. Allen, S. Jenson, R. Godfrey.

TORQUAY 51 V OCEAN GROVE 43 GOALS: MODEWARRE: S. Fisher, 30, C. Graham, 25. DRYSDALE: N. Cooke 29, J. Maddock 18, M. Leahy, 4. GOALS: Not recorded BEST, MODEWARRE: E. Ovens, E. Murnane, S. Fisher. BEST: Not recorded DRYSDALE: E. Ruggles, A. Foot, R. Blair. PORTARLINGTON 51 V GEELONG AMATEUR 52

B GRADE

GOALS: GEELONG AMATEUR: J. Lowe, 27, R. Thompson, 21, L. Flynn, 4. PORTARLINGTON: C. Bull,

BARWON HEADS 32 V NEWCOMB 27 MODEWARRE 36 V DRYSDALE 32 PORTARLINGTON 21 V GEELONG AMATEUR 44 QUEENSCLIFF 24 V ANGLESEA 45

TORQUAY 41 V OCEAN GROVE 25

C GRADE

BARWON HEADS 34 V NEWCOMB 15 MODEWARRE 19 V DRYSDALE 19 PORTARLINGTON 5 VGEELONG AMATEUR 38 QUEENSCLIFF 27 V ANGLESEA 22 TORQUAY 23 V OCEAN GROVE 17

D GRADE

BARWON HEADS 26 V NEWCOMB 11 MODEWARRE 30 V DRYSDALE 26 PORTARLINGTON 8 V GEELONG AMATEUR 25 QUEENSCLIFF 25 V ANGLESEA 27 TORQUAY 38 V OCEAN GROVE 21

UNDER 19S

BARWON HEADS 40 V NEWCOMB 20 MODEWARRE 19 V DRYSDALE 46 PORTARLINGTON 16 V GEELONG AMATEUR 43

QUEENSCLIFF 18 V ANGLESEA 33 TORQUAY 20 V OCEAN GROVE 38

UNDER 17 (SECTION 1)

MODEWARRE 11 V DRYSDALE 54 PORTARLINGTON 15 V GEELONG AMATEUR 20 QUEENSCLIFF 25 V ANGLESEA 23 BARWON HEADS V BYE

UNDER 17 (SECTION 2)

BARWON HEADS 22 V NEWCOMB 28 DRYSDALE V BYE PORTARLINGTON 18 V GEELONG AMATEUR 23 QUEENSCLIFF 14 V ANGLESEA 26 TORQUAY 30 V OCEAN GROVE 18

UNDER 15 (SECTION 1)

BARWON HEADS V BYE DRYSDALE V BYE PORTARLINGTON 18 V GEELONG AMATEUR 14 QUEENSCLIFF 13 V ANGLESEA 35

TORQUAY 23 V OCEAN GROVE 20

UNDER 15 (SECTION 2)

BARWON HEADS 25 V NEWCOMB 22 DRYSDALE V BYE PORTARLINGTON 17 V GEELONG AMATEUR 29 QUEENSCLIFF 23 V ANGLESEA 15 TORQUAY 21 V OCEAN GROVE 23

UNDER 13 (SECTION 1)

BARWON HEADS 32 V NEWCOMB 9 PORTARLINGTON 17 V GEELONG AMATEUR 13 TORQUAY 13 V OCEAN GROVE 30 DRYSDALE V BYE

UNDER 13 (SECTION 2)

BARWON HEADS 31 V NEWCOMB 4 MODEWARRE 5 V DRYSDALE 39 PORTARLINGTON 24 V GEELONG AMATEUR 4 QUEENSCLIFF 16 V ANGLESEA 13 TORQUAY 20 V OCEAN GROVE 24

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BELLARINE FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES ROUND 8 FIRST GRADE

Geelong Amateur Portarlington

11.3 16.5 26.11 32.18 (210) 0.0 2.6 3.9 5.10 (40)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: J. Tom 8, T. Clark 8, D. Zaparenkov 6, M. Sleeman 3, A. Keilar 1, R. Ferguson 1, M. White 1, D. Mulgrew 1, A. Wilkinson 1, T. McArlein 1, B. Dodd 1. Portarlington: K. O’Leary 2, T. Driver 1, J. Malseed 1, H. Finnigan 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: B. Dodd, T. Clark, C. Kangars, J. Tom, L. Smith, D. Zaparenkov. Portarlington: W. Foott, T. Lord, S. Ward, R. Davis, T. Munday, J. Muscat.

Queenscliff Anglesea

2.1 5.4

7.7 6.7

9.7 14.10 10.12 11.13

(94) (79)

GOALS: Queenscliff: E. Grout 3, J. Durran 2, T. Limb 2, H. Griffiths 2, A. Jones 1, B. Limb 1, J. Callahan 1, D. Gibbs 1, L. Orvis 1. Anglesea: D. Mensch 3, M. Smith 3, B. Venables 1, L. Norton 1, J. Boone 1, B. Davis 1, M. Hunt 1. BEST: Queenscliff: N. Robinson, S. Owen, T. Buckland, L. Orvis, N. Orvis, J. Hedley. Anglesea: L. Adams, B. Venables, D. Bell-Warren, D. Eddy, J. Whitten, B. Baldwinson.

Ocean Grove Torquay

3.1 1.5

11.9 14.10 18.14 (122) 3.5 4.8 6.11 (47)

GOALS: Ocean Grove: W. Piec 5, T. Gavin 3, P. Corredig 3, J. Dalton 2, S. Jack 1, H. Foott 1, A. O’Callaghan 1, C. Place 1, D. Gray 1. Torquay: B. Wall 1, H. Jarrad 1, D. McLeish 1, J. Carracher 1, D. Allitt 1, B. Christie 1. BEST: Ocean Grove: R. O’Callaghan, P. Corredig, B. Lynch, L. Sinnott, J. Dalton, T. Doherty. Torquay: T. Bird, L. Melbourne, D. Taylor, D. McLeish, J. Carracher, A. Bird.

Barwon Heads Newcomb Power

2.2 1.2

9.5 2.6

11.6 15.14 (104) 5.9 9.11 (65)

GOALS: Barwon Heads: J. Taylor 4, R. Wallace 3, T. O’Halloran 3, L. Michell 2, L. Flinn 1, N. Hill 1, P. Swinton 1. Newcomb Power: L. Morrison 2, D. Wight 2, A. Jamieson 1, M. Kennedy 1, T. Lothian 1, M. Etheridge 1, C. Morrison 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: R. Wallace, D. Johnston, D. Holland, I. McCormick, T. O’Halloran. Newcomb Power: C. Morrison, M. Egan, J. Stephens, M. Lancaster, M. Sharp, A. Robinson.

Drysdale Modewarre

3.3 0.2

4.3 3.8

5.6 5.9

7.8 6.10

(50) (46)

GOALS: Drysdale: J. Wilson 2, A. White 2, T. McGuire 1, J. White 1, B. Carmichael 1. Modewarre: S. Hovey 3, T. Wood 1, M. Sproule 1, C. Woods 1. BEST: Drysdale: N. Malcher, J. Inglis, B. Carmichael, P. Davis, G. Smethurst, N. Pigott. Modewarre: C. Mamalis, K. Pickering, M. Curypko, I. Tiglias, J. Claffey, C. Woods.

RESERVE GRADE

Geelong Amateur Portarlington

6.5 1.1

11.6 18.11 22.12 (144) 4.2 4.3 6.6 (42)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: L. Hollis 7, J. Mountjoy 4, A. Hawker 3, A. Carr 3, W. Kelly 2, T. Kent 1, J. Rau 1, L. Muir 1. Portarlington: S. Illingworth 2, A. Duncan 1, B. Harvey 1, T. Perry 1, J. Jaremenko 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: W. Kelly, T. Kent, M. Bensch, L. Hollis, L. Heyne, L. Muir. Portarlington: S. Paul, B. White, B. Harvey, R. Westman, M. Hope, T. Singleton.

Anglesea Queenscliff

5.3 0.3

6.7 2.5

10.10 13.15 3.6 4.7

(93) (31)

GOALS: Anglesea: R. Eddy 4, B. James 2, B. Donald 2, A. Allan 1, M. Bews 1, R. Bonner 1, K. Mahoney 1, T. Barton 1. Queenscliff: A. McDonald 2, C. Caldwell 1, H. Jamieson 1. BEST: Anglesea: B. Donald, D. Evans, A. Winter, P. Carmody, T. Eckersley. Queenscliff: H. Waddell, N. Cohen, J. Irvine, N. Neville, Z. Lewis.

Torquay Ocean Grove

5.4 1.0

7.6 2.3

10.10 10.10 2.7 6.7

(70) (43)

GOALS: Torquay: M. Duckworth 3, R. Ganz 2, B. Molloy 1, M. Brown 1, S. Hill 1, A. Carr 1, J. Kelly 1. Ocean Grove: J. Stapleton 1, M. Gorski 1, J. Hinkley 1, S. Rankin 1, S. Britt 1, M. Uwland 1. BEST: Torquay: J. Kelly, M. Brown, R. Sertori, H. Bleazby, D. Emmerson, T. Carty. Ocean Grove: P. Maloney, S. Britt, S. Rankin, A. Donald, B. Hancock, T. Baker.

Barwon Heads Newcomb Power

2.3 1.2

7.10 11.15 15.16 (106) 2.3 3.4 6.7 (43)

GOALS: Barwon Heads: T. Pocock 5, M. Boothey 5, H. Walker 2, M. Atkins 1, J. Leos 1, C. Poulter 1. Newcomb Power: P. Vigilante 4, D. Stillitano 1, B. O’Brien 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: E. Weir, T. Pocock, C. Walters, M. Boothey, J. Timms, T. Nunn. Newcomb Power: J. Watts, R. Smith, M. Coverdale, P. Vigilante, D. Stillitano, M. Foot.

Modewarre Drysdale

0.1 2.2

4.5 3.3

8.8 6.5

12.19 7.5

(91) (47)

GOALS: Modewarre: J. Loving 3, T. Kane 3, D. Morter 2, L. Sharp 1, S. Dellow 1, D. Gunning 1, B. Tournier 1. Drysdale: K. Flynn 3, J. Simons 2, S. Reyment 1, A. Coombs 1. BEST: Modewarre: L. Sharp, D. Gunning, B. Tournier, D. McCaskill, S. Mayall, C. Robinson. Drysdale: B. Flynn, E. Hill, L. Timmins, X. Wilson, S. Reyment, S. Wild.

Torquay Ocean Grove

UNDER 18S 2.2 3.0

3.4 4.2

6.6 4.5

7.10 4.8

(52) (32)

GOALS: Torquay: J. Grossman 2, O. Briody 2, J. Powell 2, A. Gross 1. Ocean Grove: J. Woolhouse 3, T. Rodgers 1. BEST: Torquay: J. Powell, M. Burns, J. Dawson, P. Bennett, T. Gill, A. Jolley. Ocean Grove: L. Polgar, D. Dimech, J. Woolhouse, M. Evans, N. Walter, E. Maloney.

Drysdale Barwon Heads

5.2 2.0

6.11 9.12 18.13 (121) 3.0 7.2 9.2 (56)

GOALS: Drysdale: Barwon Heads: J. Barlow 3, D. Lancaster 1, L. Cinel 1, S. Michell 1, A. Walsgott 1, D. O’Leary 1, J. Hunt 1. BEST: Drysdale: Barwon Heads: D. Sands, L. Davis, C. Cinel, J. Hunt, D. Lancaster, D. O’Leary.

Modewarre Anglesea

2.1 3.1

5.3 4.1

7.4 8.6

UNDER 16S (DIV 6)

Mackay, L. Hornsey, A. Caldwell, S. Reid, D. Taylor.

9.9 8.7

(63) (55)

GOALS: Modewarre: N. Allison 2, J. Ibbs 2, J. Fisher 2, T. Wemyss 2, J. Hilsdon 1. Anglesea: J. Delahenty 3, A. Cooper 3, D. Cooper 1, J. Armstrong 1. BEST: Modewarre: N. Allison, D. McFarlane, J. Hilsdon, J. O’Hanlon, W. Macdonald, B. Massari. Anglesea: J. Delahenty, O.

UNDER 18S B

St Mary’s 2 Torquay 2

3.4 1.0

4.8 5.1

9.10 12.11 6.2 7.4

(83) (46)

GOALS: St Mary’s 2: B. Vredenbregt 2, J. Trimble 2, R. Cleary 2, M. Wakefield 2, T. Warren 1, J. Ryan 1, J. Cole 1, D. Burarrwanga 1. Torquay 2: N. Cooper 2, K. Hodge 2, T. Moore-Lucas 1, D. Thornton 1, J. Crucitti 1. BEST: St Mary’s 2: J. Cole, K. Doherty, J. Attwood, A. Bousejaan, J. Ryan, J. McKinnis. Torquay 2: A. Denton, J. Crucitti, D. VanDerVlist, P. Slaven, B. Dubberley, T. Moore-Lucas.

Queenscliff South Barwon 2

2.2 2.1

7.5 3.2

10.8 14.19 (103) 6.5 6.6 (42)

GOALS: Queenscliff: R. Grout 3, B. Hayward 2, B. Sewell 2, J. Glew 2, J. Grout 1, V. Clementson 1, L. Cohen 1, M. Walsh 1, J. McCabe 1. South Barwon 2: C. Findlay 3, A. Naumovski 1, M. Dunstan 1, D. Condon 1. BEST: Queenscliff: L. Cohen, J. McCabe, V. Clementson, S. Nicholson, B. Sewell, M. Walsh. South Barwon 2: C. Findlay, J. Tinta, A. Brittain, B. Findlay, D. Condon, J. Cuthbert.

Portarlington Ocean Grove 2

2.6 0.6

6.9 1.6

8.11 10.18 3.8 4.8

(78) (32)

GOALS: Portarlington: J. Morgan 7, M. McGuinness 1, S. Smith 1, J. Campana 1. Ocean Grove 2: L. Berry 1, M. Ryan 1, B. Foord-Engelsman 1, J. Gasior 1. BEST: Portarlington: A. Diaz, M. Sprigg, M. McGuinness, A. Duncan, J. Morgan, T. Francis. Ocean Grove 2: L. Berry, J. Winberg, D. Thorley, M. Awramenko, M. Patten, T. Clancy.

Sth Barwon 1 Ocean Grove 1

UNDER 16S 5.0 2.2

8.0 4.5

10.6 15.9 7.6 7.7

(99) (49)

GOALS: Ocean Grove 1: Z. Henderson 2, R. Procter 1, C. Balshaw 1, P. Dreher 1, D. Moroney 1, E. Taylor 1. BEST: Ocean Grove 1: P. Dreher, B. Warren, A. Hackett, R. Procter, C. Durran, L. Mansfield.

St Joseph’s 1 Bell Park 1 Geelong Amateur 1 St Mary’s 1 Drysdale 1 Torquay 1

3.4 2.0 2.1 0.4 3.1 1.0

5.4 3.4 3.7 0.4 5.5 2.6

9.8 3.4 5.7 3.5 12.9 2.6

11.12 6.5 7.11 4.6 13.11 5.11

(78) (41) (53) (30) (89) (41)

GOALS: Drysdale 1: M. Patten 5, R. Patten 3, J. Reid 1, M. McGuire 1, M. O’Dowd 1, P. Willis 1, D. Humphrey 1. Torquay 1: R. Brown 2, J. Bienefelt 2, J. Curnow 1. BEST: Drysdale 1: R. Patten, J. Trezise, M. Patten, D. Mullins, T. Shanley, D. Humphrey. Torquay 1: P. Haysham, N. Vasey, R. Harrison, J. Cooper, C. Williamson, N. Clarke.

UNDER 16S (DIV 2)

Grovedale 1 Belmont Lions Leopold 1 Lara 1

4.2 0.1 7.3 1.0

9.2 0.3 9.4 2.2

11.4 2.9 13.8 3.4

12.7 6.12 16.9 5.7

(79) (48) (105) (37)

GOALS: Leopold 1: B. Wray 4, M. Gunn 3, T. Harper 2, J. Hudson 2, T. Scott 2, D. Pitcher 1, J. Matsubara 1, M. Thompson 1. BEST: Leopold 1: M. Thompson, J. Penny, R. Parrott, T. McMahon, J. Hudson, T. Gall.

Barwon Heads 1 St Albans 1

2.5 2.1

2.6 5.4

7.11 8.11 6.4 6.8

(59) (44)

GOALS: Barwon Heads 1: B. Eddy 2, T. Miles 1, B. Michell 1, B. Close 1, Z. Porter 1, T. McGuinness 1, S. Everett 1. BEST: Barwon Heads 1: T. Bonner, D. Davis, H. Smith, T. Ollis, S. Everett, S. Walker.

UNDER 16S (DIV 3)

Portarlington Inverleigh

3.3 3.1

6.7 4.3

8.11 12.14 6.7 6.10

(86) (46)

GOALS: Portarlington: D. George 3, D. Jeffrey 3, M. Spence 2, T. Howes 2, J. Stewart 1, T. Morgan 1. BEST: Portarlington: S. Beeston, J. Livermore, J. Stewart, D. George, L. Tyrrell, L. VanDeLaar.

North Shore Modewarre St Mary’s 2 North Geelong

3.2 0.3 5.2 0.1

8.7 0.3 9.4 2.1

8.11 0.4 12.6 2.1

10.15 1.5 14.8 3.3

(75) (11) (92) (21)

UNDER 16S (DIV 4)

GWSP Bannockburn Ocean Grove 2 Corio

3.6 1.0 2.8 2.0

14.16 (100) 2.2 (14) 11.14 (80) 4.8 (32)

Barwon Grove Leopold 3

3.1 2.1

5.3 2.3

9.3 4.4

9.7 4.7

(61) (31)

GOALS: Barwon Grove: J. VanEggelen 2, M. Powell 2, J. Connoley 1, G. Booth 1, D. McManus 1, T. Trevean 1, J. Koster 1. Leopold 3: L. Polley 1, L. Wagener 1, D. King 1, J. Coulson 1. BEST: Barwon Grove: G. Booth, T. Plunkett, D. McManus, J. Prendergast, J. VanEggelen, J. Diment. Leopold 3: T. Lowe, D. Sandell, M. Board, M. Dickson, D. King, L. Wagener.

St Albans 2 South Barwon 3

3.3 2.0

4.6 3.1

10.10 13.11 3.3 4.4

(89) (28)

UNDER 14S (DIV 1)

St Joseph’s 1 Bell Park 1 South Barwon 1 Grovedale 1 Geelong Amateur 1 Torquay 1

5.4 0.0 1.8 0.1 2.5 0.2

6.7 5.0 7.13 0.1 3.12 0.4

8.7 7.4 17.17 0.1 3.13 2.6

10.10 (70) 10.5 (65) 23.21 (159) 0.1 (1) 7.15 (57) 2.8 (20)

GOALS: Torquay 1: C. Williams 1, T. King 1. BEST: Torquay 1: C. Williams, T. Grossman, M. Kelly, B. Remmos, C. Weldon, D. Ball.

UNDER 14S (DIV 2)

Barwon Heads 1 Lara 1

2.4 0.0

5.6 1.2

5.7 4.6

7.11 5.8

(53) (38)

St Mary’s 2 Drysdale 1

3.2 1.1

4.3 2.2

6.4 2.6

7.8 4.8

(50) (32)

N&C Red St Albans 1 OGCC 1 North Shore

5.1 1.1 1.2 1.1

10.3 2.1 7.8 1.1

13.4 3.2 8.8 2.6

14.7 4.2 12.9 3.7

(91) (26) (81) (25)

GOALS: Barwon Heads 1: F. Kelly 3, K. Baulch 2, J. Ollis 1, L. Willett 1. BEST: Barwon Heads 1: K. Baulch, M. Beckwith, O. Hessmann, F. Kelly, J. Wastell. GOALS: Drysdale 1: M. Dennis 2, A. Percy 2. BEST: Drysdale 1: D. Badics, N. Middelkoop, K. Davis, E. Knight, L. Lusher.

GOALS: OGCC 1: J. Teague 3, J. Bjornenak 3, C. Drake 2, Z. Dynes 1, K. Ewart 1, N. Gravener 1. BEST: OGCC 1: B. Taylor, N. Gravener, L. Barber, J. Hodder, L. Bastiaan.

UNDER 14S (DIV 3)

St Joseph’s 2 Winchelsea

1.6 0.1

2.6 1.4

3.6 2.6

4.7 3.8

(31) (26)

Corio Torquay 2

5.2 1.0

9.3 2.0

9.6 3.1

9.6 4.3

(60) (27)

GOALS: Winchelsea: D. Parish 2, T. Berg 1. BEST: Winchelsea: C. MacKay, D. Parish, C. Brown, J. Wojtowicz, P. Kammermann, C. Babare. GOALS: Torquay 2: B. Ludbrook 2, L. Edwards 1, J. Withington 1. BEST: Torquay 2: H. Mackay, M. Dick, N. Schwarz, J. Clark, K. Stevens, B. Redfern.

Portarlington Anglesea

1.2 3.1

5.6 4.1

5.6 5.4

8.9 6.7

(57) (43)

GOALS: Portarlington: B. Deluca 3, A. Evans 2, A. Krueger 2, S. Walton 1. Anglesea: M. Caulfield 4, N. Reeves 2. BEST: Portarlington: L. Cartledge, S. Walton, B. Howard, C. VanDeLaar, A. Evans, J. Mojzes. Anglesea: J. Haintz, S. Kerr, M. Caulfield, J. Lengyel, K. Weight, L. Russell.

Bannockburn South Barwon 2

3.0 0.0

3.1 0.5

6.2 3.5

6.3 5.8

UNDER 14S (DIV 4)

(39) (38)

Modewarre Belmont Lions North Geelong GWSP

3.2 1.2 2.3 1.0

3.3 2.4 5.4 2.0

3.6 2.4 6.10 4.0

4.6 3.4 8.13 4.1

(30) (22) (61) (25)

East Geelong Queenscliff

0.5 0.0

2.6 1.0

7.10 7.12 1.0 2.1

(54) (13)

3.4 3.6

6.6 4.6

(42) (30)

3.9 5.2

8.10 13.15 7.2 7.2

(93) (44)

GOALS: Torquay 3: R. Smith 1, J. Maas 1. BEST: Torquay 3: J. Gaspari, Z. Fawcett, B. Burns, L. Brown, I. Flexman, M. Phillips.

South Barwon 2 Grovedale 2

4.2 2.5

6.3 2.5

(45) (25)

GOALS: OGCC 2: J. Priestley 2, R. Denneman 2. BEST: OGCC 2: E. Hackett, H. Drake, R. Denneman, L. Smith, S. Quigley, M. Benness.

(64) (46)

Barwon Heads 2 St Albans 2

7.3 3.7

UNDER 16S (DIV 5)

N&C Black Winchelsea

2.1 2.1

5.2 4.5

7.4 6.6

10.4 6.10

GOALS: Winchelsea: J. Bush 3, N. Carter 1, J. Dunkley 1, T. Sauni 1. BEST: Winchelsea: J. Bush, K. Berg, J. Dunkley, N. Carter, T. Sauni, Z. Moules.

Lara 2 Bell Park 2 St Joseph’s 2 Drysdale 2

8.4 0.1 2.0 0.1

14.10 1.1 7.7 2.1

19.14 2.1 10.11 4.4

27.20 (182) 2.1 (13) 13.11 (89) 6.8 (44)

GOALS: Drysdale 2: D. McLennan 2, M. Trezise 2, J. Allison 1, N. Cini 1. BEST: Drysdale 2: D. McLennan, S. Lockman, H. Ryan, S. Smith, N. Cini, J. Allison.

Leopold 2 East Geelong

4.5 0.0

5.6 2.0

6.11 8.12 2.1 5.4

(60) (34)

GOALS: Leopold 2: K. Jones 2, J. Stephen 2, N. Anthony 1, T. McKenzie 1, A. McNish 1, T. Powell 1. BEST: Leopold 2: H. James, A. Hicks, S. Blackwell, J. Ricci, N. Anthony, T. McKenzie.

1.1 4.4 1.1

3.1 6.6 2.2

3.5 12.10 3.2

(23) (82) (20)

Lara 3 North Shore 2

2.0 1.3

5.1 1.3

6.3 4.3

8.6 5.4

(54) (34)

(47) (34) (67) (15) (83) (0)

GOALS: OGCC 3: L. McManus 1, B. Carlile 1, B. Pickering 1. BEST: OGCC 3: D. McEvoy, J. Ness, B. Pickering, D. Bradley, N. Foster.

UNDER 12S

Thomson OGCC Orange Corio Lara 2 Portarlington Drysdale Brown

1.0 2.1 3.1 1.2 2.3 0.0

3.1 3.2 6.3 1.2 7.4 0.0

5.1 4.2 7.4 1.3 8.8 0.0

7.5 5.4 10.7 2.3 12.11 0.0

4.4 0.2 1.1 3.3

8.6 0.2 4.3 5.3

14.12 2.2 10.5 5.3

20.19 (139) 2.2 (14) 13.7 (85) 8.4 (52)

GOALS: Portarlington: D. Sheard 3, M. Edmanson 3, J. Nicholls 2, P. Reid 1, Z. Staines 1, B. Morgan 1, M. Vallance 1. Drysdale Brown: BEST: Portarlington: F. Devonport, S. Baker-Hutchinson, H. Spence, M. Vallance, D. Sheard, W. Pickering, B. Morgan. Drysdale Brown: F. Allen, A. McLeod, B. Elliott, E. Coleman, D. McDowell.

Lara 1 South Barwon Red Torquay Voss Leopold Green

GOALS: Torquay Voss: D. Hollenkamp 5, G. Wilding 2, C. Johnson 2, G. Miers 1, J. Stanton 1, A. Davies 1, F. Marshall 1. Leopold Green: F. Parke 2, M. Kos 2, J. Michels 1, J. Camm 1, K. MacDonald 1, T. Newton 1. BEST: Torquay Voss: D. Hollenkamp, C. Johnson, E. Jackson, J. Stanton, L. Frost, G. Wilding. Leopold Green: M. Connoley, E. dilsen, J. Camm, W. Haintz, A. Hockley, C. Gaut.

Drysdale Hawks Winchelsea

7.3 0.0

9.6 0.1

14.8 20.12 (132) 1.1 2.1 (13)

GOALS: Drysdale Hawks: Winchelsea: C. Davis 1, R. Berg 1. BEST: Drysdale Hawks: Winchelsea: B. Thomas, J. King, S. Grant, L. Jacobs, L. King, F. Parish.

Grovedale Gold Sth Barwon Swans Leopold Lions Lara 3

3.1 0.0 6.2 0.0

3.3 0.1 10.7 0.0

3.4 1.1 11.14 0.0

3.4 (22) 2.2 (14) 20.18 (138) 1.0 (6)

GOALS: Leopold Lions: L. France 6, L. Clifton 3, B. Ryan 2, B. Bravo 2, D. McDonald 2, S. Maroulis 1, J. Rose 1, J. Sayers 1, M. Fromholtz 1, D. O’Brien 1. BEST: Leopold Lions: L. France, A. Vaughan, S. Maroulis, T. Finn, M. Fromholtz, B. Bravo.

OGCC Blue 3.2 Barwon Heads Gulls 1.1

7.7 1.1

10.10 13.12 3.2 5.3

(90) (33)

GOALS: OGCC Blue: J. Butteriss 2, K. Meyer 1, C. Ivec 1, N. Pearson 1, C. Harvey 1, S. Luppino 1, A. Wilcox 1, M. Thebes 1, L. Madden 1, L. Hamer 1, R. McNolty 1, H. Dixon-Jennings 1. Barwon Heads Gulls: T. Aylmer 2, B. Mazouris 1, H. Hutchins 1, A. Jenkins Gunn 1. BEST: OGCC Blue: L. Taylor, H. Dixon-Jennings, C. Ivec, A. Benson, D. Sheehan. Barwon Heads Gulls: C. Mackinnon, O. Irwin, T. Kebbell, J. Trickey, J. Davis, M. Holt.

Barwon Heads Grovedale Black

4.4 0.0

7.8 0.2

7.8 1.5

8.12 3.6

(60) (24)

Torquay Boak Torquay Ashley

2.8 0.2

5.11 6.12 8.17 0.4 2.6 3.7

(65) (25)

GOALS: Barwon Heads: L. Hooper 4, Z. Walter 2, N. Sutton 1, T. Lever 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: D. Wootton, B. Winter, T. Jordan, C. Sprague, J. French, Z. Walter.

GOALS: Torquay Boak: D. Madigan 2, A. Sweeney 1, T. Nemeth 1, L. Congdon 1, P. Wright 1, C. Dyer 1, T. Wylie 1. Torquay Ashley: N. Rivalland 2, D. Mather 1. BEST: Torquay Boak: T. Nemeth, N. Brewster, L. Brennan, C. Horoch, C. Dyer, D. Madigan. Torquay Ashley: N. Rivalland, A. Kay, B. Morris, S. Baker, J. Blake, R. Everist.

Sth Barwon Bulldogs 4.6 North Geelong 0.0 Anglesea 1.2 St Albans Black 0.0

5.7 3.0 4.2 0.0

10.15 3.0 7.4 0.0

11.16 5.2 8.8 0.0

(82) (32) (56) (0)

Modewarre OGCC White

6.10 8.10 14.11 1.0 2.1 4.2

(95) (26)

GOALS: OGCC White: S. Beasley 1, K. Lattarulo 1, L. Street 1, T. Bryan 1. BEST: OGCC White: J. Bowers, H. McManus, C. Richardson, R. Symonds, N. Taylor.

2.2 2.4

Geelong Amateur 2 0.6 Torquay 2 4.1 4.2 0.0

0.1 1.2 1.1

UNDER 14S (DIV 5)

0.2 1.2

10.14 2.1 7.12 3.6

GOALS: Torquay 2: J. Boyle 6, M. Robb 1. BEST: Torquay 2: M. Robb, J. Boyle, C. Holroyd, J. Sykes, L. Van Gemst, P. Binyon.

Grovedale 3 South Barwon C2 OGCC 3

GOALS: Anglesea: W. Solly 3, A. Lewis 2, C. Burrows 1, J. Shaw 1, C. Foster 1. BEST: Anglesea: O. Caulfield, W. Solly, B. Russell, C. Foster, J. Rau, C. Guerow.

9.10 2.0 4.10 2.1

GOALS: Ocean Grove 2: M. Henderson 7, J. Taylor 2, T. Featherby 1, J. Kehagias 1. BEST: Ocean Grove 2: M. Henderson, H. Attard, H. Rawlings, R. Drever, J. Ness, J. Graauwmans.

BFL LADDERS

GOALS: East Queenscliff: J. Blundy-Jones 1. BEST: Queenscliff: C. Whitley, H. Main, C. Blond, N. Stephens, P. Michael, R. Butler.

Bell Park 2 N&C Black

Lara 2 St Mary’s 3 Anakie Inverleigh Geelong Amateur 2 Torquay 3

1.3 0.2 5.3 0.0 2.0 1.0

5.5 0.3 5.6 2.1 4.1 1.0

5.6 4.3 5.8 3.2 4.1 2.0

6.8 4.4 6.8 4.4 4.2 2.1

Grovedale 2 OGCC 2

2.3 2.1

2.5 4.1

5.10 7.11 4.2 4.3

UNDER 14S (DIV 6) 3.0 1.0

4.4 2.1

4.4 2.5

5.6 5.5

(44) (28) (44) (28) (26) (13) (53) (27)

(36) (35)

GOALS: Barwon Heads 2: A. Cook 4, C. Miles 1. BEST: Barwon Heads 2: A. Cook, H. Ross-McGlynn, P. Membrey, D. Diment, J. Winter.

St Joseph’s 3 Leopold 2

0.5 0.1

3.6 0.1

6.9 0.1

7.10 1.1

(52) (7)

GOALS: Leopold 2: N. James 1. BEST: Leopold 2: D. Ryan, J. Camm, J. Kerr-Nelson, J. Devlin, W. Andrews.

N&C White Drysdale 2

2.1 0.3

3.1 1.4

4.3 3.5

6.6 4.7

(42) (31)

GOALS: Drysdale 2: L. Henderson 1, J. Ellis 1, S. ClarkCooper 1, M. Humphrey 1. BEST: Drysdale 2: J. Ellis, L. Mayor, S. Burge, C. Shandley, R. Cope, L. Gunnee.

UNDER 14S (DIV 7)

South Barwon C1

3.2

5.3

6.3

6.5

(41)

93

3.7 0.0

Torquay Shearer Aireys Inlet Eels

0.0 0.1

2.0 0.1

4.2 0.4

5.6 0.4

(36) (4)

GOALS: Torquay Shearer: S. Doyle 2, J. Bates 1, L. Denney 1, M. Chafer 1. Aireys Inlet Eels: BEST: Torquay Shearer: J. Bates, S. Doyle, B. Denney, L. Denney, L. Stonehouse, L. Benzie. Aireys Inlet Eels: A. Umbers, J. Thomson, J. Leonard, B. Jaska, S. Wood, H. Rankin.

Queenscliff St Albans White

4.3 0.0

8.8 0.0

15.9 17.11 (113) 2.2 2.3 (15)

Drysdale Gold Grovedale Tigers

0.4 0.0

2.6 0.0

4.9 1.1

5.10 3.2

(40) (20)

Belmont Lions Sth Barwon Blues

1.0 0.1

4.2 0.1

5.4 0.2

7.7 0.2

(49) (2)

GOALS: Queenscliff: R. Hayden 4, J. Arthur 2, O. Karstens 2, M. Lazarus 2, R. McNearney 1, J. Winton 1, A. Naylor 1, P. Whittakers 1, D. Orr 1, S. Allen 1, J. Scorgie 1. BEST: Queenscliff: R. Hayden, O. Karstens, D. O’Brien, R. McNearney, J. Arthur, D. Orr. GOALS: Drysdale Gold: B. Morse 2, B. Taylor 2, A. Williams 1. BEST: Drysdale Gold: C. Ward, A. Connally, B. Taylor, C. Watson, A. Skeen, H. Thomason

OGCC Orange Thomson

UNDER 10S 6.4 0.0

8.10 12.10 16.12 (108) 0.0 0.1 0.1 (1)

Grovedale Claws Portarlington

0.1 0.1

1.1 0.1

1.4 0.1

3.6 0.1

(24) (1)

Leopold Gold

2.2

3.4

3.4

5.7

(37)

GOALS: OGCC Orange: N. Northam 4, N. Ansell 3, R. Monteith 2, B. Payne 2, J. Thomas 2, B. Townson 1, T. Fairbrother 1, T. Soutar 1. BEST: OGCC Orange: B. Townson, J. Thomas, S. Bradley, R. Monteith. BEST: Portarlington: G. Christofi, M. Panagiotidis, t. Bradding, C. Gale, S. Hay, A. Straughair.

FIRST GRADE

Team

W L D

OCEAN GROVE ANGLESEA QUEENSCLIFF GEELONG AMATEUR BARWON HEADS Drysdale Modewarre Torquay Newcomb Power Portarlington

Team

7 6 6 6 4 4 3 3 1 0

1 2 2 2 4 4 5 5 7 8

F

A

% Pts

0 1109 525 0 906 525 0 998 590 0 938 586 0 758 713 0 791 768 0 611 682 0 557 808 0 435 987 0 386 1305

211.24 172.57 169.15 160.07 106.31 102.99 89.59 68.94 44.07 29.58

RESERVE GRADE W L D

OCEAN GROVE MODEWARRE TORQUAY ANGLESEA QUEENSCLIFF Geelong Amateur Drysdale Barwon Heads Newcomb Power Portarlington

Team

7 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 1 0

1 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F

A

904 348 651 376 853 391 620 483 645 510 711 571 790 611 470 778 216 1123 320 989

UNDER 18s W L B

DRYSDALE TORQUAY GEELONG AMATEUR OCEAN GROVE MODEWARRE Barwon Heads Anglesea

7 6 5 5 2 2 0

0 1 2 3 5 6 7

1 1 1 0 1 0 1

F

763 591 432 743 353 355 273

% Pts

259.77 173.14 218.16 128.36 126.47 124.52 129.30 60.41 19.23 32.36

A

28 24 24 24 16 16 12 12 4 0

28 28 24 20 20 16 12 8 4 0

% Pts

249 306.43 250 236.40 476 90.76 339 219.17 592 59.63 807 43.99 672 40.62

32 28 24 20 12 8 4

Corio

2.2

4.2

5.2

5.3

(33)

Grovedale Roar Sth Barwon Red Torquay Voss Leopold Green

2.0 1.1 1.0 2.2

4.2 3.2 2.2 2.3

4.2 4.3 2.3 2.3

7.2 4.4 4.6 2.3

(44) (28) (30) (15)

Drysdale Hawks Winchelsea

1.2 0.0

6.5 0.0

10.8 13.11 0.0 0.0

(89) (0)

Sth Barwon Swans Grovedale Gold OGCC Blue Barwon Heads Gulls

4.0 0.0 1.3 1.0

6.0 2.0 1.5 2.1

8.1 3.2 2.6 2.2

9.1 4.3 3.7 2.2

(55) (27) (25) (14)

Torquay Boak Torquay Ashley

2.2 0.0

2.3 0.3

5.6 1.4

10.8 1.4

(68) (10)

Sth Barwon Bulldogs North Geelong St Albans Black Anglesea

4.4 0.0 3.1 0.0

7.5 3.1 4.1 1.0

11.7 4.1 8.2 1.0

12.8 4.2 10.3 2.1

(80) (26) (63) (13)

OGCC White Modewarre

4.1 0.0

7.2 0.0

10.4 13.7 0.1 0.1

(85) (1)

Torquay Shearer Aireys Inlet Eels

4.1 0.0

4.2 0.0

5.6 0.0

(48) (1)

St Albans White Queenscliff

0.6 1.0

1.9 2.2

6.11 6.11 2.2 2.3

(47) (15)

Drysdale Gold Grovedale Tigers

1.0 3.2

1.6 3.2

2.10 9.12 4.2 4.2

(66) (26)

Belmont Lions Sth Barwon Blues Torquay Grossman Torquay McCartney

1.1 0.1 3.2 0.1

1.1 0.1 4.5 0.1

1.1 1.3 5.7 0.2

(19) (11) (37) (8)

GOALS: Leopold Gold: M. Foot 2, R. McHenry 1, C. Mackay 1, J. Drought 1. BEST: Leopold Gold: Q. Manganelli, K. Sykstus, N. Ash, J. Mitchell, N. Nadile, H. Watson.

GOALS: Torquay Voss: C. Fox 1, C. Ham 1, S. Ham 1, T. Dickinson 1. Leopold Green: J. Taylor-Hewson 2. BEST: Torquay Voss: C. Fox, T. Dickinson, P. McNamara, O. Chester, A. Slaven, P. Kilmartin. Leopold Green: T. Hitchcock, L. Hockley, W. Howard, J. Keast, J. Law, M. McFarlane. GOALS: Drysdale Hawks: Q. Taylor 3, B. Sykes 3, J. Preece 2, P. Viccars 1, S. Anderson 1, R. Harbert 1, H. Goodier 1, M. Davis 1. Winchelsea: BEST: Drysdale Hawks: B. Sykes, M. Davis, D. Ford, T. Randone, P. Viccars, R. Harbert. Winchelsea: F. Kirsopp-Cole, R. Berg, T. Cox, M. King, T. Permezel, A. Johns.

GOALS: OGCC Blue: T. Richardson 1, T. Davis 1, M. Stanic 1. Barwon Heads Gulls: J. Gray 1, P. Heywood 1. BEST: OGCC Blue: C. Milich, A. Karaoulis, H. Clark, M. Stanic, J. Powe, L. Beale. Barwon Heads Gulls: M. McGregor, J. Gray, P. Heywood, B. Nielson, M. McAteer, M. Molloy. GOALS: Torquay Boak: N. Horoch 3, L. Muschamp 2, B. Bingham 1, J. Brunt 1, N. Gadsby 1, M. Wylie 1, A. Vernon 1. Torquay Ashley: S. Norris 1. BEST: Torquay Boak: N. Horoch, L. Muschamp, N. Evans, B. Bingham, M. Wylie, P. Horoch. Torquay Ashley: F. Stevenson, J. Clark, G. Frost, K. Loftus, L. Dempsey, W. Orwin.

GOALS: Anglesea: L. Anderson-Barrett 1, R. Fowler 1. BEST: Anglesea: M. Connell, J. Higgins, B. Fowler, R. Fowler, L. Vitkus, T. Robotham. GOALS: OGCC White: L. Woolley 5, L. McEvoy 2, R. Symonds 2, C. Ewart 1, N. Curtis 1, W. Richardson 1, L. Giblin 1. BEST: OGCC White: L. McEvoy, E. Pennycook, H. Tregenza, C. McEvoy.

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GOALS: Torquay Shearer: D. Forras 3, C. Page 2, G. Hayes 1, C. Chafer 1. Aireys Inlet Eels: BEST: Torquay Shearer: D. Forras, C. Page, C. Chafer, G. Hayes, O. Poole, F. Jens. Aireys Inlet Eels: E. Giles, C. Goldsworthy, H. Harding, L. Lesosky-Hay, J. Jackson, C. Parsell. GOALS: Queenscliff: B. Slorach 1, M. Annandale 1. BEST: Queenscliff: T. Bakker, H. Gower, L. Kidd, M. Lindrea, P. Tucci, O. Chiller. GOALS: Drysdale Gold: B. Henderson 4, C. Burchett 1, T. Dehnert 1, J. Callan 1, B. Searle 1, M. Clark 1. BEST: Drysdale Gold: W. Kilpatrick, B. Henderson, C. Parnell, C. Burchett, M. Clark, J. Harris.

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GOALS: Torquay Grossman: M. Virgona 3, Z. Brady 2. Torquay McCartney: T. Ross 1. BEST: Torquay Grossman: L. Vassallo, C. Forde, N. Edwards, J. Schram, R. Palmer, S. Webb. Torquay McCartney: S. Huseby, T. Ross, T. Emmerson, F. Brady, A. Hood, L. James.

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The Department of Sustainability and Environment Arthur Rylah Institute has been investigating the impacts of a small fish which is a major pest in Victoria and the Murray Darling Basin. A workshop will be hosted by the M.D.B.A at the Crowne Plaza in Melbourne on June 1 and 2, to discuss the biology and future management of the Eastern gambusia. ARI scientist Zeb Tonkin said the mosquito fish Eastern gambusia has already inflicted long-term damage on freshwater ecosystems throughout Australia. “They have been implicated in the decline of at least nine species of fish and 10 species of frog in Australia,” Tonkin said. The commonly known mosquito fish is an introduced species that is now well established throughout most freshwater ecosystems in Australia. It is thought to be contributing to the decline of a number of native fish throughout Australian freshwater ecosystems. In Victoria mosquito fish are declared as a Noxious Aquatic Species under the Fisheries Act 1995 due to their adverse impact on freshwater fisheries and the environment.

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TIDE TIMES TIDE PREDICTIONS FOR PORT PHILLIP HEADS

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They are now one of the most dominant freshwater fish species occupying wetland habitats throughout much of south eastern Australia. Being a small species however, they don’t attract the same amount of public attention as other pest fish and for this reason many people aren’t aware of them, “Whilst small, they are aggressive towards our native fish and frogs, competing for food and habitat, as well as prey on eggs and larvae of other species. “Mosquito fish are able to rapidly colonise habitats It can survive in extreme temperatures and poor water quality.” “We found several species of small-bodied native fish to be in poor condition when they inhabited sites with high densities of mosquito fish. “The study was also able to remove mosquito fish in small isolated billabongs resulting in major reductions in abundance, even resulting in complete eradication at several sites.”

The Marine Discovery Centre at Queenscliff is calling for volunteers to help people of all ages and backgrounds to discover the wonders of the marine environment and our valuable fisheries. Part of the Department of Primary Industries Fisheries Victoria division, the Discovery Centre is located in spectacular premises on the shores of Swan Bay. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and will be fully trained. The training involves hands-on activities, a number of lectures and interactive interpretation training. It also provides an opportunity for volunteers to pursue a qualification in Tour Guiding (CertIII) through William Angliss TAFE while working at the Discovery Centre. Volunteers will also have an opportunity to assist with some Fisheries Victoria community engagement events throughout the year. An information session for potential volunteers will be held at the centre between 11am and 1pm, on Saturday, June 25. For more information please contact the centre on (03) 5258 3344 or email marine.discovery@ dpi.vic.gov.au A reminder, if you have some real catches you want to send in please forward them to mybigcatch@bigpond.com with your full name, the type of fish caught, its weight, length, and the location it was caught. I am more than happy to put your photo in My Big Catch.

Russell Cowen’s snapper at Anglesea.

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QUEENSCLIFF g The white lady still producing some good size g

whiting and squid

Swan Bay continues to produce some good size garfish

POINT LONSDALE PIER g Garfish and mullet are being caught ST LEONARDS g Some nice whiting and squid g The creek is producing some good trevally with some success on soft plastics

BARWON HEADS g There is some nice ocean whiting g The river is fishing well for trevally, salmon and bream

TORQUAY g Pinkie snapper

Marine Discovery Centre holiday volunteers wanted

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Whiting continue in good numbers Large gummy sharks

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ANGLESEA g Still good whiting catches g Some pinkie snapper still being caught g Good Salmon catches are continuing g Gummy shark are being caught by those in boats

The Great Ocean Road Outdoor Centre Anglesea

We will do our best to get you out there, fishing productively with the right gear and the right bait. Phone 5263 2330.

APOLLO BAY g Tuna above 100 kg are still being caught off g g g

shore

Salmon are caught off the rocks and beaches Whiting are being caught by those in boats Bream continue to be caught in the rivers

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8 PAGE

“GOLF CAN BET BE DEFINED AS AN ENDLESS SERIES OF TRAGEDIES OBSCURED BY THE OCCASIONAL MIRACLE.“ AUTHOR UNKOWN

Club Overviews

Upcoming Events

Memberships


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GOLF CLUB

1 Golf Links Road, Anglesea Signature Hole: 16th, 125metres Par 3 Bistro: OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Lunch 12 - 2pm and Dinner 6pm - 8pm Office: Mon-Fri 9.00am - 4.30pm Sat 11.00am - 4.30pm Pro Shop: Open 7 days a week Sunrise to Sunset!

This well established course surrounded by bushland and wildlife offers unique challenges to both competitive and social golfers. With natural bushland, wildlife and beautiful scenic views it is renowned as one of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most picturesque. Many native kangaroos graze on the fairways and greens, making the welcoming golf course their home. Relax with a meal or drink in air-conditioned comfort, taking in the panoramic views from the modern clubhouse.

Clifton Springs

GOLF CLUB

92-94 Clearwater Drive, Clifton Springs Signature Hole: 6th, 125metres Par 3 Admin: 5251 3391 Fax: 5251 3788 Pro Shop & Golf Bookings: 5253 1488 Bistro: 5251 2501 Email: csclubhouse@iprimus.com.au Website: cliftonspringsgolfclub.com.au

Clifton Springs Golf Club offers a 5,783, 18 hole, par 71 championship layout with legend couch fairways and stunning bay views. It is situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, just 20 minutes from Geelong and only 20 minutes from the Queenscliff Sorrento ferry. Our new signature 6th hole, which also incorporates 2 new dams that surround the 5th, 6th and 7th holes will be open to the public shortly. This will add a new dimension to the course and has already been referred to as the golden triangle.

Curlewis

GOLF CLUB

Lonsdale

GOLF CLUB

1345 Portarlington Road, Curlewis

69 Fellows Road, Point Lonsdale

Signature Hole: 8th, 139metres Par 3 Phone: 5251 2534 Email: curlewisgolf@optusnet.com.au Website: curlewisgolf.com.au

Clubhouse: 5258 1955 Signature Hole: 12th, 312metres Par 4 Pro Shop: 5258 1523 Email: admin@lonsdalegc.com.au Website: www.lonsdalegc.com.au

Set on rolling terrain, Curlewis offers a taste of British heathland golf with wide, rolling fairways and large greens. This 6,106m, par 72 layout provides a stimulating challenge to every level of golfer. Undulating fairways and greens offer variety in shot making and require precision in approach shots overall.

One of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most rewarding all weather, seaside courses, Lonsdale is a highly regarded 18-hole, sand belt course, located at the tip of the Bellarine Peninsula, an easy 1.5 hour drive from Melbourne and 25 minutes from Geelong. The recently upgraded course is a 5200 metres, par 71 for men and par 72 for women. The club offers an on-course teaching professional, a wellstocked pro shop and three practice areas. New membership enquiries are very welcome, as are visitors and green fee players. The traditional clubhouse possesses a welcoming atmosphere, excellent bar and dining facilities providing before and after golf snacks, lunches and a la carte dining for members and visitors alike.

The Sands Golf Club This unique links course winds its way through the natural environment of the coastal location Torquay, at the footstep of the famous Victorian Surf Coast. Designed by Stuart Appleby, the course demonstrates his flair for providing a challenging and unique experience for the golfer. This magnificent course has been constructed with knowledge and experience to create a challenge as well as being an enjoyable play. The Sands is also the venue for the groundbreaking Surf Coast Knockout. A professional golf tournament with a bit of flair. A combination of stroke play and a series of six

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hole match play ensure a fast paced, exciting golf tournament. The Sands offers Members and Guests all the comforts of a first class course and club. A professionally stocked Proshop, practice facilities, excellent locker and change rooms, Hanners Restaurant and bar, function areas and health club including gymnasium, 25 meter indoor lap pool and tennis courts make The Sands a standout club in every aspect.

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Portarlington

GOLF CLUB

The Sands Torquay GOLF CLUB

130 Hood Road, Portarlington Signature Hole: 17th, 115metres Par 3 Phone: 5259 2492 Fax: 5259 2959 Pro Shop: 5259 3361 Email: info@portarlingtongolf.com.au Website: www.portarlingtongolf.com.au

Visit Australia’s friendliest club, situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, 25 minutes east of Geelong, the course presents a most picturesque setting, with Santa Ana fairways lined with trees, giving you the sense of playing in serene, countryside surrounds. The long, gently undulating course is a challenge for most golfers and a visit to the course is an experience that will not be forgotten. In addition, the club offers an excellent restaurant and first class entertainment facilities for members and guests to enjoy.

Thirteenth Beach

GOLF CLUB

GOLF LINKS

2 Sands Boulevarde, Torquay

Barwon Heads Road, Barwon Heads

Signature Hole: 11th, 435metres Par 4 Phone: 5264 3303 Email: membership@thesandstorquay.com Website: www.thesandstorquay.com

Signature Hole: 7th, 165metres Par 3 THE CLUBHOUSE AND GOLF SHOP Phone: 5254 2922 Fax: 5254 1097 Email: info@13thbeach.net Website: www.13thbeach.net THE GOLF ACADEMY Phone: 5254 2622 Email: ssmith@13thbeach.net Website: www.13thbeachacademy.com

The Sands signals the first foray into golf course architecture for 2002 Australian Open and 2010 Australian Masters champion Stuart Appleby. Bunkering is a feature of the design, with sand blending seamlessly into the seaside backdrop. Some holes on the back nine border the foreshore reserve and crashing surf of Bass Strait. Look especially forward to the 14th hole, a par four laid out alongside sand dunes, with views along the coastline to Barwon Heads.

Torquay

Thirteenth Beach Golf Links is a premium 36hole golfing facility adjacent to 13th Beach, Barwon Heads. Both the Beach and Creek Courses are championship quality, the Beach being rated by Golf Australia magazine #6 in Australia and the Creek #26. A growing membership of approximately 1000 enjoy not only first class golf but a modern clubhouse and restaurant open seven days a week. Accommodation at Barwon Heads Resort is also available for visitors. As Creek course designer Nick Faldo says: “The whole development is nothing short of outstanding.”

1 Great Ocean Road, Torquay Signature Hole: 17th 118metres Par 3 For all bookings Phone: 5261 2506 Website: www.torquaygolfclub.com.au

Picturesque golf course located on the famous Great Ocean Road adjoining the ocean between Torquay and Jan Juc surf beaches. The course offers a challenging layout for all types of golfers with undulating links, excellent grass greens and tree lined fairways. There is also a first-rate restaurant with views across the ocean and quality clubhouse facilities.

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Anglesea Golf Club

Clifton Springs Golf Club

The Anglesea Golf Course, situated on the Great Ocean Road, is an undulating 6074m Par 73 layout set in natural bushland.

Clifton Springs Golf Club offers a 5,783, 18 hole, par 71 championship layout with legend couch fairways and stunning bay views. It is situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, just 20 minutes from Geelong and only 20 minutes from the Queenscliff Sorrento ferry.

A feature of the course is the number of elevated greens that require plenty of thought when selecting your club. There are only 42 bunkers throughout the course which have been likened to sandbelt bunkers and coupled with eucalypt tree lined fairways combine to produce a stimulating round. Also there is the ever present resident population of Eastern Grey Kangaroos which number approximately 300. After such a wet spring the Anglesea Golf Club is in terrific condition why not take advantage of the new ring road that bypasses Geelong and come down for a round of golf – 18 holes for $45.00. A little over an hour’s drive from the top of the Westgate Bridge. Keep an eye on our website for an upcoming junior members special. www.angleseagolfclub.com.au

VISITORS:

Welcome to the Clubhouse 7 days a week.

7 DAY MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE $749.28 – including a $110 joining fee, all

affiliation fees & insurances. Membership valid until 28/02/12.

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18-25 MEMBERSHIP $464.75 –

including a $110 joining fee, affiliation fees & insurances.

Having experienced one the best Springs and Summers on record, the golf course is in absolute fantastic condition. The course is available for hire by social groups and the individual golfers. If your social group booking is greater than 25 players, your group will receive a dozen golf balls to use as prizes with compliments of the Golf Club. Bookings can be made through the Professional shop on 52531488. Our new signature 6th hole, which also incorporates 2 new dams that surround the 5th, 6th and 7th holes will be open to the public shortly. This will add a new dimension to the course and has already been referred to as the golden triangle. The clubhouse with its bars, members’ lounge, bistro and entertainment area, is on the site of

the old grand hotel and offers a welcoming atmosphere with magnificent views of Port Philip Bay and the You Yang’s. Meals are served 7 day a week with lunch from 12 noon until 2.00pm and Dinner from 5.30pm until 8.00pm. Our new golfing membership season commences on July 1st and a 12month 7 day membership is only $695.00. For a 5 day membership (Monday to Friday) the fee is only $520.00 per year which is equivalent to $10.00 per week. Both these memberships represent fantastic value and an application form is available from the Club and also on our website at www. cliftonspringsgolfclub.com.au

...Play by the bay - Uniquely Australian Golf Experience - Play Golf amongst the local Eastern Grey Kangaroo Population - A Challenging Par 73 layout - January Junior Clinics – Non Members Welcome - For Golf Bookings please call 03 5263 1951 - Club & Motorised Carts available for Hire - Social Groups & Green Fee Players welcome 7 days - Clubhouse & Bistro Open 7 days per week

For more information call 5263 1582 Or info@angleseagolfclub.com.au

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For bookings and further information telephone the club 92-94 Clearwater Drive, Clifton Springs Email: csclubhouse@iprimus.com.au www.cliftonspringsgolfclub.com.au

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Curlewis Golf Club

Lonsdale Golf Club

Lonsdale Golf Club is a highly regarded, 18-hole sand belt golf course with a varied layout, situated on beautiful Lake Victoria in Point Lonsdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. Feeling like playing a few holes or planning a private function? Just 10 minutes from Geelong youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find one of the Bellarine Peninsulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most outstanding golf courses with everything you need from great membership packages, cheap green fees and fabulous private function facilities. Curlewis Golf Club boasts a 6150 metre Par 72 course with naturally undulating fairways, large contoured greens and a challenge for the serious and social golfer. Curlewisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s risk and reward design has recently been compared with Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s famous Sandbelt courses, and with the recent renovations to the par 3,17th and the finishing par 4,18th holes, the course is looking and playing better than ever. The Curlewis Golf Club will also become the first regional golf course, and the second in Victoria, to implement sewer mining technology (July 2011 Completion) for its course irrigation, which will ensure its long-term water security and guarantee the course is in prime condition for the full twelve months of the year.

The Curlewis Staff are also available to provide information on the range of membership categories, including seven day membership, six-day memberships, Non Playing (Handicap) memberships and Junior/Student memberships. Currently there are NO joining fees or waiting lists. Green fees are $28 on weekdays and $30 on weekends, with further discounts for group golf bookings. Contact the club for inquiries about private functions, memberships and green fee bookings please phone (03) 5251 2534; or visit www. curlewisgolf.com.au.

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Located at the entrance to Port Phillip Bay, the club is an easy 1.5 hours drive from Melbourne and 25 minutes from Geelong and close to a variety of accommodation, dining and tourist attractions. The course is a par 71 of 5,200m for men and a par 72 of 5,200m for women. The club offers an on-course teaching professional, well-stocked pro shop and three practice areas. The course continues to receive high praise from Members and visitors alike and is set for future improvement. New membership enquiries are very welcome, as are visitors and green fee players. The traditional clubhouse possesses a welcoming atmosphere, excellent bar and dining facilities providing before and after golf snacks, lunches and a la carte dining for members and visitors alike.

THE PRO

Sean Charleston (AAA PGA Professional) has been at Lonsdale Golf Club for almost 18 months and he has thoroughly enjoyed his experience at the club. Sean has spent the past 18 months developing his teaching programs, custom fitting, retailing and golf days. Sean has focused on the ladies and the junior

members by running multiple ladies clinics throughout the year. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been targeting the better golfer with full day clinics focusing on course management and shot selection within 100 meters from the hole. The beginner to intermediate golfer has been catered for with clinics running for 7 consecutive weeks on Friday mornings. Sean has run multiple clinics for juniors on Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Wednesday afternoons. Please visit the Lonsdale Golf Club website to find out dates regarding future clinics. The Pro Shop has been totally transformed in the past 12 months with a new shop, greater floor space and the ability to work closely with the manufacturers to have custom fitting for all aspects of the game of golf. Golf days at the golf club have been very well responded to with our signature event in January selling out within weeks of the entry forms being released. The club continues to provide a high class sandbelt golf course, full stocked pro shop, driving range and a clubhouse that can cater for all of your food and beverage requirements. Please feel free to come down to the pro shop and say hello to Sean and his friendly staff.

Lonsdale Golf Club more than just a golf club

Try Golf and Hospitality at Point Lonsdale Why not try out the Lonsdale Golf Club, situated in Point Lonsdale on beautiful Lake Victoria and only 25 minutes drive from Geelong? Play 9 or 18 holes as a green fee player by booking at the Pro Shop on 5258 1523, whilst also consider our attractive Membership packages. The Club offers on course tuition, pro shop and three practice areas, along with a spacious and welcoming clubhouse, excellent bar and dining facilities. (DFK7XHVGD\WKHUHLVDÂż[HGSULFHWZRFRXUVHGLQQHU with a la carte dinners on Friday and Saturday nights. 7KH)ULGD\+DSS\+RXUUXQVIURPSPWRSPZLWKELVWURPHDOVDQGUDIĂ&#x20AC;HSUL]HV The dining facilities have recently been extended to cater for major functions and occasions, including weddings, conferences and parties.

<RXZLOOÂżQGXVDW)HOORZV5RDG3RLQW/RQVGDOHZLWKWKH RIÂżFHSKRQHQXPEHUEHLQJ Please consult the Club website www.lonsdalegc.com.au for more information. The email address is admin@lonsdalegc.com.au

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Portarlington Golf Club

Torquay Golf Club

The RACV Torquay Golf Club is currently undergoing significant re-development works that will deliver a state of the art resort for itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s members, guests and the local community. Any trip to the Bellarine Peninsula would not be complete without a visit to arguably the premier golf course in the district. Open for green fees, Portarlington is known as Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Friendliest Club; guests are warmly welcomed, members are aware of the great facilities they have, and enjoy sharing them with visitors. Whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the moment guests enter the Pro Shop to be greeted by Club Professional Matt Milne and his knowledgeable staff, or out on the course, in the bar, gaming lounge or partaking of fine food from our Head Chef, Chris and his staff, any time spent at Portarlington is a most enjoyable experience. Santa Ana fairways in top condition at any time of the year beckon golfers to walk and marvel at the lushness and are challenged to conquer some holes that can make you smile, or conversely, vow to return and tidy up any mistakes that it cares to tempt the errant golfer. With improvements constantly implemented, from one visit to the next, the course can change

often, however one constant is the care and professional attention the course is given by its ground staff. Great value golf memberships are now available for anyone wishing to join the Club. The Carnival of Golf, staged annually in August/September, is a must for any golfer, no matter what level. In excess of $10,000.00 in prizes awaits winners in many different events, however early entry is most advisable as events fill very quickly, such is the known success of this week of golf. Do yourself a favour, make a booking for a round at Portarlington and see for yourself what all the hype is about, it may well be worth it.

Due to the development taking place, the golf course has been shortened to a Par 66 including 7 par 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with some of the par 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also reduced in length. Despite this, the course is in magnificent condition and still presents many challenges, especially if your short game needs work. The golf club caters to all golfers needs, including golfing equipment & repairs, golf merchandise, golf club & cart hire. RACV Members are also offered a 20% discount on all green fees and cart hire. With the recent appointment of local professional Brad Lamb, all golfers are welcome to book a lesson and a junior golf program for kids of all ages is also available. Enjoy magnificent ocean views while dining at Bistro One, with an a la carte menu and mid week specials. Open 7 days for lunch (12-2pm) and dinner (6-8:30pm). The Torquay Golf Club will be hosting their annual â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Golf Weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; from October 2-9. Golf Week includes a variety of sponsored golf events, further details will follow as Golf Week approaches.

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

Name: Bradley Lamb Nickname: Chops, Lamby Married/Kids: Wife â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Justine, Cat â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Buddy, Dog - Rooke DOB: 09 March 1977 Birth Place: Wangaratta, Victoria Residence: Geelong, Victoria Turned Professional: 2000 Interests: Family, animal, cars and wine Career Highlights: Â&#x2021;$XVWUDODVLDQ3*$7RXU0HPEHUÂąFXUUHQW Â&#x2021;&RPSHWLWRU2SHQ&KDPSLRQVKLS5R\DO%LUNGDOH*ROI Club, England 2008 Â&#x2021;$XVWUDOLDQ$PDWHXU&KDPSLRQ Â&#x2021;9LFWRULDQ2SHQ&KDPSLRQ Â&#x2021;$XVWUDOLDQ5HSUHVHQWDWLYH(LVHQKRZHU7URSK\ Â&#x2021;:LQQHU(DVWRI6FRWODQG2SHQ$PDWHXU6WURNH3OD\ Championship 1998 Â&#x2021;&DSWDLQ9LFWRULDQ6WDWH7HDP Interesting information about Brad: Golfing Inspirations: Greg Norman, Peter Thomson, Ben Hogan, Moe Norman. Favourite restaurant in the area: Sunnybrae Restaurant, Birregurra

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Resident’s Golf Day

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Layla Lounge Setting 5 Piece Kwila Setting

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Stanley & Fusion

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7 Piece Wicker Setting 1.8 x 1.1m Stanley Table with Fusion Chairs (Beachwood only as shown)

RRP $1333

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Bergen & Beauvais

7 Piece Aluminium Setting 1.83 x 1.09m Bergen Table with Beauvais Cushion Chairs

The LARGEST Outdoor Furniture Retailer in Geelong, The Bellarine & Surf Coast, with over 100 settings on display. Find us at the end of the ring road *Offer ends 30/6/11. Savings based on RRP. While stocks last. Savings on furniture only, accessories not included in sale. Colours may vary from those shown. Conditions apply - see instore for details.

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Geelong 5244 1720 Waurn Ponds Plaza Cnr Colac Rd & Rossack Dr

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