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Tuesday 16 August 2011

VOL 9. No 33

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The Bellbrae Primary School community celebrated the school’s 150th anniversary on Saturday. It was a grand day out for families and a history lesson for all. Walking down memory lane were current and former students and friends of the school who enjoyed the historical memorabilia on show. Among those who took part in the festivities were students, from left, Summer Harvey, Ruby Issell and Chloe Salvador.

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BLOCK-AID New development in Torquay to give housing a boost

BY HAMISH BROOKS THE latest application for a new, large housing estate in Torquay is set to reverse the negative trend in building approvals revealed by the latest Housing Industry Association figures. Ritzcorp Developments’ application for an 882lot development bordered by South Beach Road, the Surfcoast Highway and Horseshoe Bend Road coincided with the release of the figures which, according to HIA economist Mathew King, revealed an eight per cent drop in housing approvals across the Barwon region in the last financial year. “In original terms, there were 2,762 dwelling

approvals over the financial year 2010/11 compared with 3,001 over 2009/10,” he said. “We would expect the Barwon region to follow the overall Victorian outlook over the short to medium term, that is, a cooling of activity after unprecedented rates of building. After enjoying a stellar two financial years, new home building activity will decelerate considerably over 2011/12.” He said a number of factors including above average lending rates, a constrained credit environment and a lack of residential land supply will culminate to force a substantive slowdown. However, the latest estate bid would contradict

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“We’re going to do it in stages – and unless there’s another big meltdown where the whole world stops – we should have 100 to 140 lots ready to develop by November next year.” While the application is for 882 lots, the area of land contains a seven-acre block and house not owned by Ritzcorp, which fronts on to South Beach Rd and brings the actual number of lots to be developed down to around 850. It was included in the application at the council’s request so the development did not impinge on the residents’ road access. Most blocks on the development will offer ocean views.

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this trend, or at least soften the blow. Ritzcorp Developments joint managing director John Minuzzo said there were still a lot of boxes to be ticked before a house was built on the land, but all things going to plan they’d have at least 100 blocks ready to be developed by November next year. “Once we get the go ahead from council we’ll have to get the engineers in for all the infrastructure works, plumbing, sewage, roads and the like,” he said. “We’ll then have to put that out for tender to get companies in to build the roads. “We’ve been talking with local agents and talking to builders and once the infrastructure is in we’ll put up display homes.

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MAYOR’S COLUMN Festival of Words to light up in Aireys

PREPARATIONS are finishing in Aireys Inlet for this year’s Aireys Festival of Words, to be held over August 19-21. This biennial event is always a hit with lovers of literature, music and the arts and is an important occasion on the Surf Coast’s winter calendar. This year will include the pre-sale release of Alice Pung’s new book Her Father’s Daughter and Tony Birch’s new book Blood. Popular authors and illustrators including Graeme Base and Tom Trumble head the festival’s line-up with local music and art also coming to the fore. My fellow councillor, Libby Coker, who fancies herself as a woman of letters, will also speak at the event’s launch. This year’s Festival of Words also coincides with the Aireys International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. To check out the extensive program of free and ticketed events, visit www.aireysinlet.com.au/ words

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WINCH lift for Eastern Reserve

Last week marked another milestone on construction of the WINCH Hub building at Eastern Reserve, with interior work at the building complete. External landscaping is about to start, while the community naming competition for the building has been extended, to finish on Thursday, 25 August, 2011. You can leave your suggestion by following the link under the latest news tab at www.surfcoast. vic.gov.au or emailing info@surfcoast.vic.gov. au with the subject “Winch Naming Competition” or posting them to Winch Naming Competition, Surf Coast Shire, PO Box 350, Torquay 3228. Remember to leave contact details to be eligible to win a package of local produce, worth more than $100. Eastern Reserve has had many upgrades in recent years, including new netball courts. The WINCH building will continue this trend and includes a multi-purpose function space, commercial kitchen, a community gym and meeting rooms.

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have concluded, which means greenfield land in Torquay North that already had been rezoned residential can now be released for development. Council estimates there is up to 20 years of residential land in Torquay North.

More on grants and climate change

Council will be running a number of sessions providing information on the Surf Coast Community Grants Program and council’s Draft Climate Change Strategy, which is now on exhibition. You can drop in at any time during these two-hour sessions to either find out more about applying for community grants, or to discuss council’s Climate Change Strategy with council officers on hand. Sessions will be held: • Spring Creek Community House, Torquay, on Tuesday, 30 August from 1:30pm; • Anglesea Community House on Wednesday, 31 August from 10am; • Fig Tree Community House in Lorne on Wednesday, 31 August from 1:30pm; • Aireys Inlet Community Hall on Thursday, 1 September from 10:30am; • Winchelsea Community Hose on Friday, 2 September from 11am; • Deans Marsh Community Hall on Tuesday, 6 September from 11am; and • Moriac Community Centre on Thursday, 8 September from 11am.

Over the last couple of months, council has received Last week, Surf World Museum, in Surf City and put on exhibition development plans for two Plaza, Torquay, was nominated as a finalist in two large estates that will provide 1,280 residential categories of the 2011 Victoria Museum Awards. lots on residential zoned land in Torquay North; With more than 700 museums in Victoria, making near the Surf Coast Community and Civic Precinct the finals in the Archival Survival Award for Small which is now being developed. These are the first Museums and People’s Choice Award for Best developments to take advantage of residential land Museum Experience is a great achievement for the council has earmarked in Torquay North. Recent council decisions including the decision museum and is confirmation of the important asset on the Torquay-Jan Juc Sustainable Futures 2040 Take care, it is for our region. With the popular Bells Gold exhibition on Plan have confirmed council’s view that growth display, it’s a great time to drop in and enjoy this in Torquay should be directed to the north. display of surfing culture and memorabilia, which State government department investigations Cr Dean Webster is unique to the region. into education and transport services in this area Mayor, Surf Coast Shire

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Aireys pub saved by locals BY ELEANOR WOODS AIREYS Inlet Pub has been bought by a group of “Inlet-loversâ€? who couldn’t stand the thought of their local watering hole falling into the wrong hands. A consortium of ten people “chipped inâ€? and purchased the iconic chunk of Surf Coast property for more than $3 million. Others competing for the tender included developers with visions to build either a caravan park or subdivide it into 300 square metre blocks. Owner of Blazing Saddles and Martians CafĂŠ, musician and builder Tim Wood, was among the syndicate of saviours, who

signed off on the deal last Thursday. “There was a strong feeling that our pub was a really important part of our town,� he said. “Not only is it a destination for food and music but it is a common meeting place. “I kept driving past and having this fear that someone would come in and buy it and wreck it, you know.� The consortium was made up of a variety of people who all own homes in the town, including a director, a model, builder and other entrepreneurs. “We are just a group of people with a common love of Aireys Inlet,� Mr Wood said.

“We did it because we didn’t want to lose the place. I think so many people have good memories of their times at the Aireys Inlet Pub. “What a great outcome. Now we get to control what happens there. We get to protect the site and I think that’s what’s important. “It has a spectacular view, it’s a huge space and it’s safe for kids. And what a beer garden! There’s such huge potential at the site. What better place to have a beer and watch the sun go down? “This is such a positive thing. Now, hopefully, it will be back up and running by summer.�

I’ll drink to that – the Aireys Inlet Pub is hoped to be reopened by summer after a syndicate of saviours has rescued it from potential ruin.

News in brief This weekend is International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. Lighthouses along the Surf Coast are running events in celebration of the annual honorary event. Pictured is Split Point Lighthouse, in Aireys Inlet. The fondly named ‘White Lady’ can be seen from miles off the coast and is a tourist must-see for Great Ocean Road explorers. Tours of The Lady take 45 minutes and bookings can be made at http://www. splitpointlighthouse.com.au/ or by calling 1800 174 045. Photo: PETER MARSHALL

School debacle continues

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THE TORQUAY school community is fed up with slow progress on securing the future of education in the region. MP Darren Cheeseman recently slammed the government as negotiations for land and associated school sporting facilities for Torquay High School seemed to have grounded to a halt. “The whole Torquay High School situation is such a mess. Still no land has been secured for the high school, and now the shire has been forced to walk away from negotiations, with the State Government trying to pull a swifty by forcing ratepayers to foot most of the bill.�

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BY ELEANOR WOODS LITERARY lovers are counting the days before the Aireys Festival of Words, which turns its first page on Friday and runs until Sunday. The line-up of authors and presenters at this year’s event, which is staged at various locations around Aireys Inlet, are set to impress. Acclaimed picture book extraordinaire Graeme Base will engage the senses of listeners and wellloved, youthful author Alice Pung will, on her return to the inlet, offer perceptions of her world. Pung, whose first book, Unpolished Gem, won the Australian Book Industry Newcomer of the Year Award brings her latest novel Her Father’s Daughter to festival prior to its official release in September. According to the festival committee’s Sally Conway the three day event was inspired by a group of book lovers to draw likeminded people to the area during the quiet winter season. “The festival is targeted at lovers of art, books, writing, poetry and literary discussions,” Ms Conway said. “It is fun, casual, humorous, witty, and inspiring. “The festival has managed to attract internationally acclaimed writers, including Graeme Base, who was recently shortlisted for the 2011 Australian Book Industry Awards Book of the Year for Younger Children for his book, The Legend of the Golden Snail.” Also set to share his wisdom is Robert Sessions, a book publisher for more than forty years. Others attending include Roland Harvey, Jackie Kerin, Milli Ross, Kate Herd, Liz Honey and Tom Trumble.

There will be readings of children’s stories by the authors on Saturday morning, the Annual Sculpture Trail competition, writing workshops, cryptic crosswords and Scrabble as well as music and nibbles with musicians Hartley Newnham and John Griffiths. “Come and celebrate a love of art, words and

literature this weekend,” Ms Conway said. “Get inspiration from published writers and poets, get involved in the workshops, enjoy some good food.” For more information and the full program details, visit www.aireysinlet.com.au/words

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What’s going on at the sunset bar? BY HAMISH BROOKS PLANS for the new Fairhaven Surf Lifesaving Club remain in limbo, with a new engineers report to decide its fate. The Department of Sustainability and Environment initially approved the planned $3.5 million new building but has since requested new reports into the building due to significant erosion of the sand dune beneath the old surf club. King tides and big swells in June and July washed away large portions of the grassy dune beneath the club’s famed sunset bar and clubhouse, leaving the club’s fence-line clinging centimetres from a precarious 30-foot sand cliff. Club treasurer Paul Shannon said the club has met with the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee and the DSE to inspect the erosion on the sand dunes along the Surf Coast, and specifically at the clubhouse. “The club has commissioned an additional engineering assessment of the proposed new clubhouse in view of the

erosion and will be reporting the results to GORCC and DSE when they become available,” he said Surf Coast Mayor Dean Webster said that the council issued a permit for the building following a geo-tech report completed before March and following DSE consent. “DSE provided coastal consent for the project, which is basically them being confident it won’t fall into the sea,” he said. “I imagine the DSE would be reconsidering consent if they deemed it necessary, but they’re obviously waiting for the new geo-tech report. “I know from our own report into the Bells Beach area that we copped ten years of erosion in one hit during the same tides and swells.” DSE manager for environmental planning Michael Noelker said the DSE “has sought the views of the Surf Life Saving Club on the accuracy of reports that supported the proposal and suggested that the club seek the views of an independent and suitably qualified individual to undertake this review.”

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Ramp demolished due to safety concern BY ELEANOR WOODS THE FAIRHAVEN Beach access ramp that recently suffered severe environmental damage has been demolished by the Great Ocean Road Coastal Committee (GORCC). According to GORCC, the large concrete ramp - which was the main public access to the beach - was beyond repair after king high tides tore at its foundations. GORCC’s coastal project manager Mike Bodsworth said the affected portion of the ramp had been demolished in the interests of public safety. “The damage to the ramp posed too high a risk to beachgoers for it to be left in place, or salvaged,” he said. Bodsworth said the committee was working with the Department of Sustainability and Environment and the Fairhaven Surf Life Saving Club and considering options to reinstate beach access at the site. “Future access infrastructure must be carefully planned to minimise the possibility of similar damage.” GORCC has put up barriers to prevent public access to the ramp, but at present the beach is still accessible via another nearby ramp.

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Lock it or lose it BY ELEANOR WOODS

POLICE have urged Surf Coast residents and holidaymakers to lock their cars and secure their caravans, boats and personal property after thieves have struck the seaside towns, Torquay and Jan Juc. The Torquay Police Criminal Investigation Unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Detective Sergeant Craig Blunt said four caravans, to the value of close to $150,000, had recently been stolen from homes in Grovedale, Highton and Waurn Ponds and he feared the coast would be targeted next. In Torquay and Jan Juc, six cars were broken into on Monday, August 8, and a car stolen from a house in Elm Grove Court. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are worried that these kinds of incidents are happening and want people to be more aware,â&#x20AC;? Detective Sergeant Blunt said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;People need to be vigilant about locking up their possessions and take note of suspicious people when they see them hanging around. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you do see someone acting dodgy, call 000 and report them.â&#x20AC;? This spree follows a similar spate a year ago, in which a number of caravans were stolen from Surf Coast homes by a Melbourne-based crime cluster. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This place is targeted because people are so relaxed and a leave a lot of valuable property lying about. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People are just so lax around here. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s frustrating. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just leave you caravan or boat on your front yard where it is easy to steal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lock it up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Do whatever you can to make it hard for thieves to steal it.

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Climate Project hits Torquay A FREE event at Surf World this Thursday aims to reveal the science behind climate change. The Climate Project, the Australian branch of Al Goreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s climate change leadership program, is a non-profit organisation educating the public about the harmful effects of climate change and to work toward solutions at a grassroots level

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Lorne in Focus

Tuesday 16 August 2011

Expert direction for cultural fest MONIQUE HARVEY, former producer and programmer of The Famous Spiegeltent, has been announced as the festival director for the Lorne Festival of Performing Arts; 50s and 60s Culture by the Sea. Commissioned to provide the artistic vision for the new event, Ms Harvey will draw on her 17 years of global experience in the arts and entertainment industry to guide the festival’s inaugural launch in September. “I am incredibly excited to be involved in what will be a remarkable event,” Ms Harvey said. “The high calibre of acts involved will create a vibrant and fun filled weekend for all who attend. The support of the local community in Lorne will also contribute to what I see as being a wonderfully inclusive event that hopefully will continue for years to come.” Ms Harvey was involved in music management for over six years and managed several Australian artists. She has worked for the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne Fashion Festival, Edinburgh and Brighton Festivals (UK), Melbourne

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Film Festival, St Kilda Festival and St Kilda Film Festival, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, National Circus Festival and most recently the Art of Difference Festival and the White Night Festival, Brighton (UK). She has worked as an event producer, publicist, artist liaison representative and programmer. Ms Harvey joining the Lorne festival is an exciting development for the event and the town, which already boasts a strong arts calendar with the Falls Music and Arts Festival, over the New Year period, and the Lorne Sculpture event in October. According to Chris Tully, president of the Lorne Business and Tourism Association, the town is very excited about the inclusion of this event on Lorne’s calendar and pleased to showcase local talent alongside internationally renowned artists. Ms Harvey has already begun recruiting artists who will be performing at the festival including Melbourne Surf Western legends Mikelangelo and the Tin Star featuring St Clare, the sensational and sassy Go Girl Gadget Go Go Dancers, local jazz and burlesque star Jessie

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Upton, sideshow and circus queen Lilikoi Kaos, The Shuffle Club, the Swing Patrol Dancers, the acrobatic troupe Circus Trick Tease and the very glamorous ladies of Hi Ball Burlesque. Residents will be welcoming visitors to all the festival events with a number of local businesses opening up their venues for performances. Mantra Erskine House Resort, babalu Bar, QDOS Arts, The Cumberland, The Ovenhouse, The Grand Pacific Hotel, The Lorne Pier and various other locations throughout Lorne will be part of the action. For more details regarding the Lorne Festival of Performing Arts; 50s and 60s Culture by the Sea visit www.lovelorne.com.au

Monique Harvey is the festival director for the up-coming Lorne Festival of Performing Arts; 50s and 60s Culture by the Sea.

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Tuesday 16 August 2011

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Music helps tackle violence in Lorne LORNE high school students have taken part in a State Government anti-violence initiative, writing song lyrics for an album that tackles the issue. The Words Not Weapons program involved ten schools across Victoria giving students the opportunity to work with leading musicians such as Pez, Mantra and Dobe Newton to interpret the various ideas, experiences and issues surrounding violence and conflict resolution into song. Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College principal Helen Gaylard was extremely pleased with program.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is normally very challenging to get students to openly discuss these sorts of issues,â&#x20AC;? Ms Gaylard said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What was most positive and encouraging was seeing so many of the students opening up and talking about the conflict they see in their everyday lives and ways they can overcome it.â&#x20AC;? Rob Tremlett, better known as hip hop artist Mantra, was one of the artists working with students through the program who was impressed by the attitude of the students involved.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;These kids just attacked it with so much enthusiasm, but also made really considered choices with lyrics, phrasing and storytelling,â&#x20AC;? Mantra said. The program was run by the Department of Justice, in partnership with Mushroom Marketing who produced a CD compilation of the songs developed by the students. Andrew McIntosh, Minister for Crime Prevention, said the program enabled students to express themselves about the confronting issue of violence with some of Victoriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s popular music talent.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The idea is that through the songwriting workshops, students learn to use their words as weapons,â&#x20AC;? Mr McIntosh said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are alternative ways to deal with your feelings, rather than violence. It was also a unique opportunity for students to work and learn from people they respect, outside of the usual classroom experience.â&#x20AC;? Lyrics from each school were recorded and produced by Styalz Fuego. The tracks are available for download at www.livenofear.com.au

The peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pavilion IF YOU fancy the idea of dining within a stoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s throw from the sea then make Lorne Pavilion your next outing. The fine eatery is nestled on the fringe of Lorneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sandy, sheltered shoreline and offers customers a range of fare. Lorne Pavilionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s general manager, Tony Culpitt, is proud to invite people to the newly renovated restaurant and alfresco cafĂŠ. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has a lot of history, this place. It was the original kiosk change rooms for the Lorne pool and has seen a massive upgrade and development,â&#x20AC;? Mr Culpitt said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is now an amazing facility that seats about 100 in the restaurant and about 150 on the

outdoor deck. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The atmosphere is relaxed and there isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a bad seat in the house. Wherever you sit, you can see the ocean.â&#x20AC;? Lorne Pavilion is currently holding exclusive Winemakers Dinners, in which participants are guided by winemakers through a four course meal with six specially matched wines. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These events are fantastic,â&#x20AC;? Mr Culpitt said. On September 24, winemaker from Sticks in Yarra Valley will take diners on a taste journey through the latest reserve releases from the winery. To book contact 5289 2882 or visit www.lornepavilion. com.au for more information.

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Tuesday 16 August 2011

Catholic Homes turns over a new leaf CATHOLIC Homes has announced the acquisition of Greenleaf Retirement Resort, in Torquay, from Summerwood Developments Pty Ltd. The acquisition is in accordance with Catholic Homes’ Strategic Plan to expand its geographic footprint in areas of demand for retirement living choices and to establish new services that are aligned to its existing service and core business model. Catholic Homes operates multiple residential aged care facilities, retirement units, independent living units, community care packages and respite services throughout the Melbourne

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metropolitan area and outer surrounds. Current residents will continue to enjoy the high standards of accommodation, service and ongoing security that are presently provided. Catholic Homes is also committed to the expansion of Greenleaf Retirement Resort and are considering further enhancement opportunities including the development of an aged care facility on the site in the future. The guiding values that define Catholic Homes - dignity, compassion, integrity and collaboration - will become a part of the principles that guide the day to day management of Greenleaf Retirement Resort, Torquay.

The services offered by Catholic Homes are available to people living in Victoria from diverse cultures, nationalities, faiths and walks of life. Chief Executive Officer Joan Donoghue said “it is our humanity, our respect for one another, and the community we create together that we share”. Greenleaf Retirement Resort is set to expand in the near future with multiple independent living units planned for construction. Superbly positioned in one of Victoria’s premier coastal locations and only minutes from the beach, Greenleaf Retirement Resort offers seniors exceptional living conditions in a beautifully landscaped environment. Also on offer are resort style club facilities including bar and lounge areas, gymnasium and indoor heated pool, private cinema, library and craft studio, billiards and games rooms, outdoor bowling green and excellent dining facilities. Furthermore, a wide range of activities including water aerobics, art and craft, tai chi, bowls, snooker and a social club are available for residents to enjoy. At Greenleaf Retirement Resort, you will enjoy a premium living experience; where you can appreciate beautiful surrounds supported by a caring and friendly community. We would love the opportunity to discuss your individual needs and to show you first hand the excellent opportunities and services offered at Greenleaf Retirement Resort. Village manager Pip Walker would like to extend an invitation to you to join her for a coffee and a tour of Greenleaf Retirement Resort. Greenleaf Retirement Resort is located at 1 Headland Drive, Torquay. VIC 3228 Units in Stage Two selling now. For sales enquiries please phone Pip Walker at 5220 5600 or email pip.walker@catholic-homes.org.au Open 10 to 4pm Monday to Friday.

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Bookshops not bereft of hope or magic BY HAMISH BROOKS LITERATURE will line the coast on August 20 when two award winning authors visit Ocean Grove. As part of the inaugural National Bookshop Day, award winning crime author Chris Womersley and renowned Geelong children’s author Sally Learey will be at bookgrove to help celebrate the contribution local bookshops make to our culture. Womersley will be signing his books and mingling with the crowd. His latest novel, Bereft, won both the Indie Book Award and the Australian Book Industry Award for Fiction 2011 and has been shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award 2011 and the Ned Kelly Crime Awards 2011. Learey is the author of Corio Bay

Kingdom and Louttit Bay Treasure and will launch her forthcoming book, Melbourne Magic - a charming story in keeping with her previous “destination” books, which combine fantasy and discovery in Victorian locations. Bookgrove owner Stacey Moore is a passionate advocate for the existence of local bookshops in the face of the challenges posed to their existence, with the emergence of e-books and online retailers and the collapse of Borders. She said National Bookshop Day was a fantastic initiative. “It happened as a bit of a response to (Small Business Minister) Nick Sherry’s comments earlier in the year that local bookshops won’t see out the next five years,” Ms Moore said. “Britain have a national bookshop day

and so do Germany and America, so it’s good that we’re having one. “Sherry’s comments acted as a bit of a catalyst for us to say we’re here loud and proud and we’re not going anywhere. “Bookshops are a big part of Australian communities and offer a lot more than just a shop front and books for sale.” National Bookshop day at bookgrove will also feature door prizes and random spot prizes and refreshments. Get along to the event at bookgrove, The Terrace, Ocean Grove, at 11am on August 20.

Stacey Moore at her shop, bookgrove, with the books of visiting authors, Chris Womersley and Sally Learey.

Aboriginal work in Anglesea awarded

An Anglesea-based Aboriginal education project has won a Landcare award.

AN ANGLESEA Aboriginal education project has won the Landcare Indigenous Award at the 2011 Corangamite Regional Landcare Awards. Goopmala Ngardang-dja balert, meaning To Keep Mother Earth Strong, was a revegetation project at Anglesea’s YMCA Recreation Camp in 2010 - run by The Gordon Tafe in partnership with the Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative, YMCA and Barwon Youth. The unique project combined elements of local Aboriginal culture,

education delivery, recreational fun, and restoration of a coastal environment by removing noxious coastal wattle which was destroying native grasses in the area. Gordon Skills Centre manager Andrew Palmer says it was a tremendous community effort involving people of all ages from all areas. “The focus of this project was the protection of indigenous vegetation and fauna habitats surrounding the YMCA Recreation Camp. However, our outcomes proved much greater,” he said.

“This program has not only assisted Aboriginal participants to develop their connection with the land, we also developed pathways to further education and employment, and built upon ongoing partnerships with community groups and organisations involved.” The success of the project - now nominated in the Victorian Landcare Awards to be announced in November - has also led to further work at the Anglesea YMCA Recreation Camp in 2011.

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Passion for people BY GAIL CHRISFIELD A PASSION for helping others has led Fairhavenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ella Price to join a team travelling to Cambodia later this year to help build houses for some of the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s poorest families. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These are families who have spent the past five years struggling to raise the $30 needed towards the cost of building a house. Many Australians wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even think twice about spending $30 in a day or even an afternoon,â&#x20AC;? Ms Price said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is why five friends and I decided recently to form a team through the Tabitha Foundation to raise money for the building materials and to go to Cambodia to finish the houses and help the families move in. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our aim is to help six families by each raising the $1,500 needed for each house while funding our travel and living expenses ourselves. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re up against it because weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve only been a team for the past month and we need to raise $9,000 by October. â&#x20AC;&#x153;To date, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been asking family, friends and anyone else who can to donate to our team. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re also planning a couple of fundraising events, including a fun run and a charity night, and are in the process of contacting all our networks to ask for help. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very exciting because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s such a great opportunity to help people who struggle with meeting their basic day-to-day needs due to the lasting effects of conflict and landmines, which have impacted so dramatically on their lives. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some of the people weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be helping are landmine victims. Others are widows. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m really looking forward to seeing their faces when we help them move into their new homes.â&#x20AC;? While Ms Price grew up in Fairhaven and attended

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Aireys Inlet Primary School as a child, her current university studies keep her in Melbourne throughout the week. She does however come home most weekends and at every other opportunity to spend time with her family and friends. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m really grateful for the support Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve already received down here and am hoping other locals will jump on board by donating to my team. Every dollar donated goes directly to the project so it is an amazing way for everyone to help.â&#x20AC;? More information can be found on the Tabitha Foundation website www.tabitha.org.au To donate to Priceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team, select the College Crescent Building Team on the donations webpage or contact Price directly on 0407 368 854. Ella Priceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s humanitarian spirit has led her to Cambodia.

Sing for ANZAC soldiers at Gallipoli THE Minister for Veteransâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Affairs, Warren Snowdon, has encouraged choral groups across the country to consider becoming involved in official ANZAC Day commemorations at Gallipoli, Turkey. Mr Snowdon said an expression of interest is open to community choral groups - involving performers of all ages - to participate in the commemorations at Gallipoli from next year until Centenary commemorations in 2015. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is a great opportunity to be a part of Anzac Day commemorations at locations of great significance to our wartime heritage,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;On ANZAC Day we gather to remember all

those who have served our country, from the Anzacs, to those who are currently serving today. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being a part of ANZAC Day commemorations is a great experience for all Australians and for choral groups, and is a chance to play an integral role in the Gallipoli Dawn Service and Australian Service at Lone Pine. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Music is a key element in the commemorative program and the successful group will help lead the singing at the commemorations from 2012 through to 2015.â&#x20AC;? The music program may include hymns, national anthems and relevant period and

contemporary music. Choral groups with a wide range of performers from all walks of life, with experience performing at different events and who are keen to take on the challenge of performing at an international commemorative service are encouraged to apply. For more information on how to apply, visit the AusTender website at www.tenders.gov. au Responses must be lodged by this Friday, August 19. For more information on ANZAC Day commemorations in Gallipoli visit www.dva. gov.au/gallipoli

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business BUZZ

Tuesday 16 August 2011

New home for health TORQUAY Physiotherapy and Surfcoast Podiatry have found a new home on the Surf Coast. Originally located on Geelong Road, the health specialists have now found bigger, better premises to work from. They are excited to welcome their clients to the new centre, on the corner of Hoylake Road and Surfcoast Highway. Physiotherapist Adrian Deans and podiatrist Bec Johnson, owners of the business, say their new digs are just what they were looking for. “This new bigger premises is great,” Mr Deans said. “It’s a much better location for us. We already have a strong clientele so we want to tell our clients where we are and welcome to come in and check the place out.” Ms Johnson agrees, saying the new location is perfect. Ms Johnson, from Jan Juc, and Mr Deans, from Bellbrae, have worked together for ten years. “It’s great because we can utilise each other’s skills,” Ms Johnson said. “We have a great variety of clients, from sporting, to elderly, to kids. We see all sorts of people with all sorts of conditions and can provide a range of treatment options. “We really enjoy helping people feel better.” Torquay Physiotherapy also has a number of physiotherapists who speccialise in a range of treatments for the entire body; including neck and

back pain, dry needling, electrotherapy and more. “Physiotherapy is all about the movement of the entire body,” Mr Deans said. Surfcoast Podiatry deals with any foot conditions; including sports injuries, diabetic conditions, calluses and ingrown toenails. “Basically, we deal with anything to do with feet,” Ms Johnson said. The business is part of the Corio Bay Health Group, which has 10 clinics across the Surf Coast, Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula. For more information or to make an appointment email torquay@ coriobayhealth.com.au or call 5261 6416.

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Champion rockstars reign supreme BY ELEANOR WOODS GEELONG based motocross team CDR Rockstar Yamaha has won its fourth consecutive Open Class Australian Motocross Championship. According to the team’s chief, Craig Dack, the 10-round competition is the top-rated championship of its kind. “This is a great result for us,” Mr Dack said. Dack and his winning team met with industry partners at McAdam Park in Barrabool last Wednesday to celebrate the recent win. Attendees at the event had access to the team’s

star rider Jay Marmont, 28, and his winning Yamaha motorbikes, which were on show and available to ride. “There’s been a lot of negativity around McAdam Park and the sport but when people see the size of what we are achieving here, they will know it’s the real deal. “There is a lot of history of motocross in the Geelong region. “This win is very important.” Surf Coast Mayor Dean Webster attended the event to acknowledge the contribution the local team was making in the sport.

Recognition for women in primary industries From left, Craig Dack, Jay Marmont and Dean Webster pictured in Barrabool.

Jay Marmont show what he’s made of.

AUSTRALIA’s most inspirational rural women are again to be recognised. Submissions are open for the 2012 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women’s Award. This peak national award will provide financial assistance and mentoring to the winners as well as nation-wide access to some renowned business and community leaders. Dr Sharman Stone encourages local women involved in primary industry to enter themselves or nominate someone they think is ready for a new challenge. “This could be a life changing opportunity,” she said. “It allows winners to take the next step in their leadership development. “We have so many talented women in

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Tourism industry must cultivate locals WITH MORE and more visitors to Victoria listing ‘visiting friends and relatives’ as the reason for their visit, the state’s tourism industry must adapt. The number of inbound overnight visitors to Victoria classifying their travel as ‘visiting friends and relatives’ (VFR) increased 11.7 per cent to the year ending March 2011 and with signs this trend will continue to increase, it has the potential to dampen profitability for operators, unless the industry responds. This issue along with many others affecting Australia’s tourism industry will be discussed at the Tourism and Events Excellence conference, being held 5 – 7 September at Melbourne’s MCG.

Conference co-convenor Todd Blake says while the VFR sector may not contribute as much to some parts of the economy as others, visitors in this group generally stay longer and spend more when visiting friends and family when compared to ‘holidaying’ visitors. “The tourism industry must harness the potential of this group and that means harnessing the potential of the group’s local tour guides – Victorians themselves,” Mr Blake said. “These people are the gate keepers to our industry and will have a significant impact on business. They are the ones who decide whether the group goes for

a walk in the park or visits an attraction; whether they eat at home or go to a restaurant. “It’s obvious the local community will be acting as local tour guides more often than not and the local tourism industry must design and market their product accordingly.” Research from Roy Morgan shows it works both ways, with ‘visiting family and friends’ a dominant motivation for Australians’ next trip, when they were asked about their plans for the upcoming 12 months. Mr Tony Charters, co-convenor of Tourism and Events Excellence conference, warns the industry and governments cannot rely on raw visitor numbers

to boost the industry’s profitability. “The landscape for the Australian tourism industry is changing rapidly and there are many emerging trends that will become critical and growing influences on the business environment. “Australian business is renowned for being innovative and nimble and that is exactly what our tourism industry needs to be to embrace the 21st century marketplace,” Mr Charters said. The Tourism and Events Excellence conference is in September. A full program is available at www.teeconference. com

First school for 3217 BY HAMISH BROOKS BEFORE the postcode, and the suburb, there was the school. Geelong Lutheran College is proud to be the first school in the new suburb of Armstrong Creek, which is being rezoned and will be given the postcode 3217. School principal, Gary Jewson, who is also the principal of St John’s Lutheran School, was pleased with the recent announcement for a number of reasons, not least of which was the added weight it will give to the new school’s identity. “It’s really good to have an identity of location,” he said. “The history of Lutheran schooling in the area goes back 150 years to the 1850s when a school was established in Grovedale, so it’s nice to be carrying that tradition on.” There will be no confusion for parents of prospective students with other schools in the suburb, because they’re the only one. Head of school Barry Krueger also expressed happiness at the announcement.

“We’re strategically placed within the development area and the announcement coincides with our purpose to serve and grow with the community,” he said. The school, which currently runs classes from prep to Grade 9 but will expand to Year 10 next year and VCE the following years as the current crop of students move through the grades, is situated on 26 acres of land which is surrounded by paddocks in every direction. As the community grows, the school will be bordered by a commercial development to the north, a crematorium to the east and a wetland to the west. Land to the south could be developed for housing. “The good thing for the community is that this school will be fully up and running with established programs by the time people start moving in,” Mr Krueger said. “The school will add value to the community.” Work is scheduled to begin on a new technology space later this year, while the building of more specialist buildings and senior facilities is planned for next year, which should also see work underway on a soccer field.

From left, head of school Brian Krueger and principal Gary Jewson of Geelong Lutheran College in Armstrong Creek.

Wheeling into Aireys Inlet In 2011 the Wheeler Centre heads out of Melbourne to bring ten great events to regional towns across the state. This month we’re in Aireys Inlet as part of the Festival of Words with Tony Wilson and Adam Zwar talking about their experiences writing about tabloids.

Tony Wilson Tony Wilson has worked as a professional AFL footballer, a lawyer, television and RRR radio presenter. Tony has written two novels, Making News and Players which are both comic novels about celebrity and media.

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God of the dogs BY HAMISH BROOKS

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DOGS are pricking up their ears in Anglesea because “the dog whisperer” is coming to town. Tina Button is bringing her unique brand of dog training to the Surf Coast in September with dog obedience classes running every weekend for the month at Anglesea Community House. “It’s a four week dog boot camp,” said Ms Button, with a laugh. “We teach basic obedience to dogs: how to walk on a loose lead, sit, stay, go to a mat, amongst heaps of other things. “We also work on bad behaviours, stop them jumping.” The owner of 11 dogs isn’t too fond of her “dog whisperer” nickname because it “sounds too generic”, but also because it adds a level of mystique to training methods every dog owner can get their head around. “We use consequential methods where the dogs understand there are consequences for good and bad behaviours,” Button said. “We take dogs of any age above 16 weeks as long as they’ve had two vaccinations. It doesn’t matter what their skill level is. “We also teach owners to be good leaders.” Button uses her own dogs to teach classes. Two border collies – a breed for which she is a registered breeder – Nahla, 12, and Skye, 8, are used to teach tricks,

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We are exploiting our resources Dear Editor, Every day I’m confronted with yet more news informing me about the overexploitation of the planet’s resources for money. At every level; the oceans, the land, in atmospheric pollution and in soaring flora and fauna extinction rates I’m reminded of the relentless surge for profits and never ending push for more growth on a finite planet. By land, sea and air we are hitting up against environmental boundaries that are clearly telling us to stop and think. The big polluters say we can’t afford to have a carbon tax, clearly we can’t afford not to. Phil Stockton, Surf Coast

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Dear Editor, The Leukaemia Foundation is calling on readers to hold a Light the Night event this September to help create a brighter future for people with blood cancer. Whether it’s joining family members to light gold lanterns in memory of a loved one; lighting white lanterns for a work mate undergoing treatment or organising a community event to support the work of the foundation – the choice is yours. This year, at least 2,500 Victorians are expected to be diagnosed with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders this year and the impact is often greatest for those living in regional areas. With few known causes and often little warning, the impact is life-changing for the person and their loved ones. The Leukaemia Foundation helps make the blood cancer journey easier for patients and families like the Jensen’s. Jenny Jensen and her family had to relocate to Melbourne, after her 24 year old son,

Ricky was diagnosed with leukaemia. The Leukaemia Foundation supported the family by putting them up in a fully furnished apartment for almost a year and they were given food and fuel vouchers to help lessen the cost of the blood cancer journey. To help continue its Vision to Cure and Mission to Care, the Leukaemia Foundation hopes to raise $1.5 million for free services and research into a cure. Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation’s most inspiring event. It will be shared by thousands of families, friends and work colleagues across the country gathering at twilight to shine a beautiful lantern: Gold ‘Love Light’ to remember a loved one White ‘Life Light’ to reflect on their life with blood cancer Blue ‘Hope Light’ to give hope and support to others The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national charity entirely dedicated to the full blood cancer spectrum and receives no ongoing government funding. It relies on the community to support its ongoing work. To register or for more information, visit www. lightthenight.org.au or call 1800 500 088. Stephanie Hechenberger General manager, Leukaemia Foundation Victoria

Gillard cops it for the Census The Editor, Given the Gillard Government is so desperate to reduce its carbon footprint, why haven’t they encouraged people to do the Census electronically rather than by paper? Think of all the trees cut down to make a paper form for all households! What the government should have done was take out ads on prime time television well before hand to encourage people to register to do it electronically.

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A hot issue addressed Dear Editor As the CFA volunteers’ representative association, Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) welcomes the State Government’s announcement of support to all of our local brigades through the Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP). Over the next few days, VESEP will give $1,500 to every local CFA brigade for the purchase of equipment, as well as larger grants to assist selected brigades with buying tankers and other fire fighting vehicles. The program’s great strength is in the fact that volunteers were involved in its design from the start. It replaces a program that also began with volunteer consultation and ran successfully for 10 years. With volunteers again involved from the drawing board stage, VESEP offers more money, helps more brigades, funds a wider range of equipment and keeps the paperwork to a minimum. The $1,500 that local brigades will receive is dedicated to small equipment, such as chainsaws, pumps, and training equipment to maintain the professional fire and emergency skills with which they serve their local communities. We would particularly like to thank the Police and Emergency Services Minister, Deputy Premier Peter Ryan, for ensuring the front line volunteers who will put the equipment to use have had so much say in the program. Robert Clark President VFBV District 7 (representing CFA volunteers)

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Rolling out a winner THE STOCKDALE & Leggo brand just got even stronger. Yesterday the company launched its rebranding initiative to revitalise and sharpen its brand and - according to branch manager of Stockdale & Leggo Portarlington, Susan Doubleday - it will send waves throughout the industry and generate heightened levels of interest. “It’s the company’s most exciting and creative move in recent times,” Ms Doubleday said. The director of Stockdale & Leggo Drysdale, Daniel Lamanna, agreed. “The vibrant, more refined logo is injecting renewed energy and vitality into the brand. Its sharp, clean lines and upbeat colours suggest a high-quality product and service.” Already known by 97 per cent of people for its prominence in real estate, Stockdale & Leggo has been a major force in the business of selling property since 1936. According to the company’s CEO, Peter Thomas, Stockdale & Leggo’s modernised brand reflects a current, progressive company with its eyes firmly focused on the future. “Our market research suggested a need for fresh impetus,” Mr Thomas said. “It was time for us to move forward with the times. We had the foundations and the experience – so we reinvented the brand for a more upmarket image that gives our clients’ properties a sharper, more competitive edge.”

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Preparing the exterior of your home for sale THE FIRST thing you need to do when you decide to sell your home is to find the right real estate agent. Once selected, they will discuss with you the benefits of different sales methods, the best way to advertise your property, and perhaps improvements to maximise your selling price. A well-presented home says â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;welcomeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. It will be one of many on the market at any time, so you need to present your home in such a way as to get the best price within a set time. Experience shows that vendors who make extra effort with presentation usually achieve a quicker sale and, sometimes, a higher price. In the current market, when homes are on the market for a longer period of time, this is particularly important. No matter where you live, first impressions count. Check the property from the street: the yard or complex, fences, driveway, windows, doors, location of rubbish bins, roof and walls. Sticking doors and windows, loose doorknobs, faulty plumbing and peeling paint may affect your sale. Make sure gates open easily and the street number is clear and clean. Arrange outdoor furniture attractively to present an image of leisure. Tidy gardens and ensure plants are healthy. Trim shrubs, mow lawns and trim borders, including the footpath. Clean out sheds: store toys and garden tools. Clear the gutters, clean windows, screens, doors and awnings. Spread gravel on unsealed driveways and lay pine bark on unsightly surfaces. Sweep driveways and patios. Remove clothes from the line. If you have a pool make sure it is sparkling clean and if you own a dog itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best to take it for a walk during inspections.

Mr Hallett said it is critical to inspect and assess the fundamentals of the property such as the footings, stumps, wiring, roofing and plumbing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The floor plan of the home is also a major dealmaker or deal breaker. If it supports the type of renovation you want to carry out, it will save a great deal of money. If it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t, you could be overcapitalising and leave no profit or lose money.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;One of the key issues to thoroughly check before purchasing is the local councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s planning or development controls to ensure your renovation will be approved.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hallett said it is always good to find a home with a north facing back yard, which provides the opportunity to situate bedrooms towards the front of the home - opening up the back of the building as an open plan living area that captures natural light and warmth from the winter sun. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A flat allotment is also easier and cheaper to

THE HOUSING market can be a winner for smart investors - but the advantage can soon be lost with a lemon purchase. With a lack of competitive bidding at auctions and low sales rates, many vendors are facing mortgage pressure. It is a buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s market but it is not without traps says Archicentre, the building advisory service of the Australian Institute of Architects. Archicentre state manager Victoria, David Hallett said people buying to renovate should not forget the basics of assessing a property, as a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;renovatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dreamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; could soon turn into a money pit. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whilst it might look easy on TV renovation programs, which have created a boost in people interested in renovation and improving their homes, the reality is that purchasing a home for a successful renovation requires planning and a thorough property assessment. Choosing the right property in the beginning is the key to success.â&#x20AC;?

Make money out of the credit crisis either stayed the same or increased.â&#x20AC;? Mr Wood said it was possible to buy a two or three bedroom fully refurbished property from US$35,000, often at 50 to 75 per cent under its replacement value. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Apartments are available from only US$22,000. As so many people are forced to sell, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re fuelling record demand for rented accommodation. A typical two bedroom apartment can achieve rental yields as high as 20 percent.â&#x20AC;? But Mr Wood warned against rushing in without carefully considering the opportunity to avoid being ripped off.

VICTORIAN investors could make a fortune by snapping up under-priced property in the US, according to real estate expert Ken Wood. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Conditions in the US right now are literally the perfect storm for international investors,â&#x20AC;? said Mr Wood, who co-owns Universal Events. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In fact, many consider this to the best investment opportunity in the world since the post depression period of the 1930s,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hundreds of international buyers are hitting the US market, snapping up houses and apartments. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possible to buy houses at up to 70 per cent off their value in sought after areas where rental prices have

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He said investors needed to: â&#x20AC;˘ Consider the location of real estate opportunities â&#x20AC;˘ Look for â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;growthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; cities â&#x20AC;˘ Avoid areas where primary industries and sources of employment have been lost â&#x20AC;˘ Avoid â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;get rich quickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opportunities. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re selective about the opportunities, the returns could be incredible,â&#x20AC;? said Mr Wood. Mr Wood said the 2011 Profile of International Home Buying Activity shows the value of international residential purchases in the U.S. surged $16 billion from $66 billion to $82 billion in the year ending March 2011.

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work with as sloping lots can require expensive excavation and the need to use scaffolding.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hallett said purchasing for renovation should start with an independent inspection of the property to ensure there will not be unbudgeted costs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Following the inspection it is also appropriate to develop an initial design concept to ensure that the property will meet all renovation requirements. A design concept also allows for costing the project to ensure the renovation is sound financially.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hallett said this approach limits the investors risk considerably by removing the following issues: â&#x20AC;˘ Purchasing a property that has major faults â&#x20AC;˘ Trying to undertake a renovation which is not supported by the existing floorplan â&#x20AC;˘ Facing expensive planning and legal costs and delays with council. â&#x20AC;˘ Facing expensive build costs as the design generates extensive structural work.

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Units 1 & 2/42 Coolangatta Drive Clifton Springs Architecturally Designed With Prestige Fit Out 3 bed, 2 bathroom townhouse. Bamboo floors, stone benchtops, s/s appliances & gas ducted heating. Over size dble remote garage and external courtyard. Master with ensuite, open plan kitchen/dining/living upstairs with 2 bedrooms, bathroom, separate toilet,washbasin, laundry & internal access to garage downstairs. Rendered brick, walking distance to bay & ample storage further compliment the property. No expense has been spared.

2/28 Maraboora Ave Clifton Springs

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$399,000 each unit

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Paul Raicevic - 0434 080 694

35 Eastwood Crescent Drysdale Downsize With Position And Style As New 3 Year Old Short walk to parklands & shopping centre. Open plan living includes kitchen, dining and living, adjacent doors open out to fabulous undercover patio area. Separate lounge, 3 generous bedrooms all with BIR’s, central 2 way bathroom and separate toilet. Features; split system, solar hot water, gas heating, dishwasher & more to impress. Landscaped garden, garage with access to rear yard.

The flexible floor plan includes; large central lounge, open plan kitchen/ dining & formal separate family room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & solar hot water. Only meters from Clifton Springs marina & walking distance to The Dell, Bowling Club & Golf Club. The property has ‘The Bones’ 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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$307,000

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Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm

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Daniel Lamanna 0413 795 994

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Rumpus/theatre, room for home office. Next level; huge open plan, kitchen, dining & living opens to balcony with bay views & enclosed sunroom. Study nook, 4 bedrooms, main has ensuite & WIR, 2 have WIR’s & 4th has BIR, bathroom, laundry & 3 toilets. Polished floors, s/system, 3 fans, gas log heater. Dble garage, side drive for boat, rear access, 2 tanks x 9000ltrs.

$359,000 Sat 11.00am - 11.30am Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

115 Bayshore Avenue Clifton Springs 3 Bedrooms & 3 Living Areas

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Walk across the road & down to bay from this exclusive position. Natural light floods living areas kitchen/meals & lounge room. 3 bedrooms (2 with BIR’S) bathroom, separate toilet & laundry. Fully renovated 6 yrs ago with attention to detail. Features; leadlight, polished floors, blackwood kitchen, s/system, fan, outside awnings, security door & new gutters. Dble garage, garden shed, landscaped gardens with private courtyard.

$359,000 By Appointment Daniel Lamanna - 0413 795 994

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16 Amarina Road Clifton Springs Not Too Big, Not Too Small... This brilliantly designed home is perfectly proportioned for someone looking for low maintenance with yard space. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, formal lounge, north facing open plan dining & family room, sgl drive through garage. Property is a perfect hybrid of townhouse meets suburban home on large block. Priced to sell, an inspection of this property is sure to spark some interest.

5 Warrawee Court Clifton Springs 3 For Sale Price Inspect Agents

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Open plan living, formal lounge, northerly aspect both overlook established gardens & play area. 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 living home with DLUG will appeal. The property has access to rear yard for caravan/ boat or trailer, alfresco outdoor entertaining & ample yard space with the home set on approx 700 sqm of land to complete this immaculately presented 9 year old home.

$339,000 Sat 12.30pm - 1.00pm Daniel Lamanna - 0413 795 994

18 Camberwarra Ave Clifton Springs

7 Catalina Crescent Clifton Springs

Big Bay Views, Bargain Buy, Owners Must Sell, on 660 Sqm

An Absolute Delight

Finish renovation now or later for that perfect home. Upstairs open plan living, main bedroom & full bathroom, doors open to balcony giving superb views. Downstairs another bedroom & flexible 2nd room which could be 3rd bedroom or living, 2nd shower & toilet with laundry. Features; s/systems, gas heater, new blinds & approx 650sqm of land. Sgle garage drives through to 2nd garage & carport.

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In the Golf Course Precinct, 6 year old home will delight. Designed around both entertaining & family living, 2 living quarters. Comprising master bedroom with WIR & ensuite as well as formal lounge at the front of the home, open plan living central kitchen & 3 bedrooms at the rear. Ducted heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning & alfresco living, triple LUG and ample off street parking.

$323,500 Sat 1.15pm - 1.45pm Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

16 Ernstine Way Drysdale

5 Binda Court Clifton Springs

A Touch Of Class

Light, Bright And Bay Views, In Perfect Condition!

A grand entrance, exceptional floor-plan & breathtaking views & 5 1/2 years old. Comprising 2 bedrooms, study, rumpus room, bathroom & internal access from garage downstairs; whilst upstairs are a further 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan living, kitchen & alfresco entertaining with views. Added features; access to rear yard for boat/caravan, proximity to Drysdale shopping & schools and balance of new home warranty.

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Appealing home spacious lounge, kitchen, meals, 3 bedrooms; 2 with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s & central bathroom, separate toilet. Front entrance to hallway & extra storage space at rear. Downsize without compromise, great investment. Features; pantry, fans, Pure Heat Belmont heater, air conditioner, new white wooden blinds & more. Remote door carport through to single garage, matured garden. Park near by, walk to jetty, close to all amenities.

$595,000 By Appointment Daniel Lamanna - 0413 795 994

22 Gidgee Mews Drysdale

22 Allara Court Clifton Springs

As New Jennings 4 Year Old 5 Bedroom Family Home

Flawless Design

Two big living areas, formal lounge with dining, second open plan living including kitchen, living & meals area overlooking decking for alfresco living. All bedrooms are generous, main has ensuite & WIR, other 4 all have robes, central bathroom, separate toilet & laundry. Features; central heating, s/system, dishwasher, fans, quality fittings & good storage. Dble garage & landscaped gardens.

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Designed & built by private builder this home has something special that most volume builders miss. Home flows flawlessly from one living to the other, master & 2 bedrooms are separated just enough to facilitate dynamics of the growing family. Timber kitchen & meals area has sliding doors opening to outdoor living & internal access from DLUG with drive through into rear yard. Court location with access to schools and transport.

$465,000 Sat 12.30 - 1.00pm Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

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34 Murradoc Road Drysdale The Perfect Investment Ranging from 74m2 to 208m2 of floor space these custom built tilt slab warehouses come with 3 phase power, steel doors, disabled toilet, kitchenette with hot water service, electric roller doors, high bay lamps & room for mezzanine level. Available for sale or lease in a prime Drysdale location. With terrific access, main road frontage and exceptional body corp fees. Only 12 of 20 remain so don’t miss out.

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$172,000 - $345,000 By Appointment Paul Raicevic - 0434 080 694

8 DeBurgh Road Drysdale Renovated Gem This renovated gem is ready for its new owner. Comprising 3 spacious bedrooms plus a study or fourth bedroom, full ensuite and second central bathroom, open plan kitchen meals dining area and formal living room. The oversized garage with drive through coupled with the 2 outdoor entertaining areas, complete this immaculately presented and located property, ready for the new owner to just walk in and live comfortably.

47 Hill Street Clifton Springs Renovated, Fabulous 1Stt Time Purchase Or Investment This home has been done with style to finish a perfect 3 bedroom delight. Lounge room is generous with adjoining meals & gourmet kitchen. All bedrooms have BIR’s, central bathroom, separate toilet & laundry. Features; new floorcoverings, split system, central heating & updated window furnishings. Dble garage, garden shed, paved outdoor area to entertain and big block, approx 625sqm. Walk to bay, schools & shops.

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$328,000 Sat 2.45pm - 3.15pm Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

13–19 Connors Road Drysdale Large open plan living includes kitchen/meals & living, 2nd formal area overlooks parkland , big enough to dine & live in style. 3 generous bedrooms main with ensuite & WIR, others have BIR’S. Study or 4th bedroom with BIR. Bathroom & separate toilet. Features; 5 car garage, extra sheds, excellent fencing, RC heat & cooling. Outdoor entertaining area & impressive matured gardens, loads of fruit trees, chook yard.

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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 BIR’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.

$579,000 By Appointment Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

22 Glengarry Court Drysdale

59 Jetty Road Clifton Springs

Walk Everywhere, A Quiet Haven On App.1100 Sqm

Complete Renovation, Some Views, 4 Bed + Study

Space, privacy, sense of seclusion. Formal lounge, 2nd open plan living/ dining, master bedroom , WIR & ensuite, 2 more double bedrooms with BIR’s, bathroom, separate toilet. Features; central heat, s/system, DW, tank (5400lt) merbu fencing/porch & more. Vegie patch, paved entertaining area, cubby for kids + sandpit. Plenty of car space, access both sides, dble c’port, dble garage. Walk to all amenities & enjoy the rail trail.

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$405,000

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Daniel Lamanna -0413 795 994

30 Hill Street Clifton Springs

Unique Spot In Drysdale, App. 3955 Sqm

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Walk to Jetty, school, park, corner shops. Downstairs; light filled living area with adjacent kitchen/meals, 2 generous bedrooms 1with BIR’s, central bathroom, separate toilet, laundry + study. Upstairs; main bedroom, ensuite, 4th bedroom + 2nd spacious living area, balcony with views. Features; polished floors, gas log heater, DW, S/S appliances. Garage & drive through to rear yard, room for caravan/boat, shed, (furniture on offer if required)..

$399,500 By Appointment Helen Ryan - 0408 528 574

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LUXURIOUS ACRE LIFESTYLE 25 Enfield Drive, TORQUAY $739,000 Immaculate brand new Porter Davis home on a virtually level acre located within the prestigious â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ocean Acresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; estate. The home comprises oversized master bedroom complete with walk in robe and ensuite, another 3 large bedrooms all with built in robes and a study which is large enough for the home/office. Beautiful kitchen with stone bench tops and quality appliances including dishwasher, tiled meals area is engulfed in natural sunlight and an adjoining family room, which overlooks the beautiful alfresco area. Large rumpus /theatre room for the family and a formal lounge room for those quieter nights. Other features include gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, remote control double garage with internal access, additional tradesman like shedding of double garage size. Located in a quiet court you have peace of mind that the kids can play safely outside the yard. Call now to take advantage of this luxurious acre lifestyle property which is only moments to Torquays famous beaches. Inspect: By appointment Agent: Barry Plant Real Estate, Torquay Contact: Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

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6/1353 Murradoc Road Portarlington

1/22 Bell Parade St Leonards

When Location Countsâ&#x20AC;Ś A short 200m stroll to the beach and shops and cafe precinct. Superbly located, this modern townhouse is priced to sell. Boasting a polished wood floor in the main lounge, a well-appointed kitchen / family area filled with warm afternoon sun and a neat grassy courtyard, the downstairs living area supports a bright and breezy lifestyle. Upstairs features 3 bedrooms, including main with en-suite and WIR, plus an additional bathroom. Split system heating and cooling units on both levels. Double lockup garage with remote control access.

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Architect designed two storey luxury villa, unique waterfront location with amazing views of Port Phillip Bay. A private location edged by a foreshore reserve. Tucked discreetly away in the Lower Bluff, this beautifully presented villa is perfectly designed to capture uninterrupted beach and bay activities from two north facing terraces, kitchen and living areas. Amazing views from the main bedroom. Situated just 90 minutes from Melbourne GPO.

For Sale Price

$415,000

Inspect

Sunday 12.30pm - 12.45pm

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168a Fenwick Street Portarlington Start Your Portarlington Portfolio Here Been thinking of buying into the Portarlington market? Then hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great place to start. This renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open plan living, 2 carports has lots to offer. Whether you choose to use it as a holiday home, or investment property there is no better time to invest on the Bellarine Peninsula. All the hard work has been done all you need to do is realize the dream.

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1/14 Park Street Portarlington Looking For Location & Views Positioned in a popular area with stunning views of the bay and Melbourne. Walk to the beach, pier, restaurants, galleries & shops. This beautifully presented, spacious 2 storey, four bedroom townhouse features a functional kitchen, with open plan living area. Downstairs living room opens to veranda taking full advantage of the sunshine and breezes. Upstairs boasts a large living area opening to balcony with extensive bay views. Quality carpets & window furnishings. Single remote garage with internal access and secure courtyard.

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$680,000

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60 Moreland Road St Leonards 5 acres (2.02ha) on the Bellarine Peninsula Quietly tucked away along what seems to be an old English Lane, this double brick home on 5 acres is all about privacy and natural beauty. Garage, Carport, Workshop, Machinery shed and sundry shedding, well fenced with yards and paddocks, dam plus town water connected. Perfectly positioned less than 3 kilometres from the picturesque St Leonards Jetty and swimming beach.

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MORIAC 1 Waltons Road 80 ACRES - LATE VICTORIAN RESIDENCE Outstanding 80 acre approx property boasts panoramic views towards Lake Modewarre over highly fertile deep loam soils ideal for cropping and grazing. Spacious 4 BR late Victorian residence featuring wide verandas , modern kitchen inc ceramic bench tops, Electrolux oven and Westinghouse dishwasher. 12’ ceilings create a spacious feeling to this beautiful home circa 1890’s.

MORIAC 475 Dangers Rd Gherang

FOR SALE $720,000 - $810,000 INSPECT

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25 ACRES - OWNERS READY TO SELL! Located in highly sought after Gherang Hamlet is this impressive home on 25 acres. Just 5 min from Moriac, 15 min Anglesea, 20 min Geelong. 2 storey, 3 BR recently completed home features impressive kitchen, light open plan living/dining area and extensive decking. 3 living zones, 2 lovely bathrooms, exposed beams, polished boards and chandelier lighting provide lovely contrast

INSPECT

By appointment

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Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Tce (03) 5225 5777

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INDENTED HEAD 61-65 IBBOTSON ST 3.7 ACRES RIPE FOR COASTAL RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT This outstanding coastal development opportunity presents itself to the astute developer or investor. Comprising 3.7 acres (approx) of prime coastal land, this property is zoned Residential 3, providing the opportunity to subdivide up to 25 (STCA) house lots. Situated a stones throw from Indented Head’s Esplanade this is a rare opportunity to secure a prime parcel of land within one of the Bellarine Peninsula’s best kept secrets. Featuring a spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom Colonial-style brick home with ducted heating, two living areas and light, open plan kitchen/dining/living area. Provides the option of strong rental return or a high quality home while watching the value of this coastal property continue to grow. The property also features 3 paddocks plus 2 day yards, large lock-up garage, rain water tanks. Inspection of this property is highly recommended as this is an opportunity to capitalise on the booming Bellarine Peninsula. FOR SALE LAND INSPECT AGENT OFFICE ONLINE

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Contact agent 3.7 acres approx By appointment Scott Hunt 0431 474 721 Geelong, 350 LaTrobe Terrace (03) 5225 5777 www.bfp.net.au.

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HIA Award Winning Luxury Townhouse The ultimate in coastal designer townhouse living awaits you. This architectually designed townhouse offers supreme quality in one of the best locations Torquay has to offer. Three spacious bedrooms, master with walk in robe and ensuite and the other two with built in robes. Downstairs has open plan kitchen dining and living with hardwood SHLADQkNNQHMF RSNMDADMBGSNOR@MCRS@HMKDRRRSDDK@OOKH@MBDR .ODMHMFNTSNMSN@MNQSGE@BHMFDMSDQS@HMHMF@QD@ perfect for balmy summer evening barbeques. Winner of the 2008 HIA Best Townhouse Development in Geelong and Western District.

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Torquay 20 Beachley Lane

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Designed for the family, offering fantastic coastal lifestyle and ample room. Offering 4 bedrooms + study, master with ensuite & WIR. A large lounge / theatre room with lots of space.The living, meals and kitchen areas has good access & visibility a fully enclosed backyard offering privacy for children.

Celebrating the sunny north aspect and a split level design that follows the contours of the block. Modern appeal with large glass windows harnessing natural light through to the family room, living area, dining and kitchen. High ceilings, outdoor entertaining, master with ensuite and large bdrms. Located near the sports reserve and beach.

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Saturday 12.00 – 12.30pm 505/ E10 $630,000 – $660,000 Torquay Shop 2, 3 Cliff Street 3228 > TEL 5261 8888 > CONTACT Shaun O’callaghan 0420 314 609 Leigh Hall-Sullivan 0413 158 175 > VIEW > MEL REF > EPR > OFFICE

Saturday 12.00 – 12.30pm 505 / G9 $540,000 - $570,000 > OFFICE Torquay Shop 2, 3 Cliff Street 3228 > TEL 5261 8888 > CONTACT Pieter Van Der Chrys 0420 314 678 Leigh Hall-Sullivan 0413 158 175 > VIEW > MEL REF > EPR

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FOR A TEAM OF OVER 500 AGENTS PUT YOURSELF IN GOOD HANDS hockingstuart has a network of over 500 agents in more than 45 offices reaching across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. All our people work as a team, so your property will be promoted to every likely buyer, wherever they are. Torquay Shop 2, 3 Cliff Street 5261 8888 hockingstuart.com.au

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Enchanting Lower Bluff Retreat Situated in a unique position in the highly sort after Lower Bluff this home offers a genuine beachside lifestyle that is second to none. Once part of a nunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retreat, this home is full of character and charm and is situated in one of the most highly desirable locations in St. Leonards. The light filled open-plan living room flows to the large undercover entertaining deck great for both summer and winter entertaining. Privately hidden behind a beautiful garden (721m² approx. allotment) that overlooks Edwards Point Nature Reserve and Port Philip Bay

Price $690,000 - $730,000 Inspect Sat & Sun 2.00-2.30pm Contact Greg Campbell 0415 553 854 Luke Campbell 0409 554 949

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

Graeme McCartney

Tim Carson

graeme@mccartneyrealestate.com.au

tim@mccartneyrealestate.com.au

0409 612 104

0434 690 930

OPEN: SATURDAY 2.00PM – 2.30PM

TORQUAY 23 Headland Drive SPACE, FUNCTIONALITY & LOCATION!!

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Combine spacious family living & a high degree of functionality and the end result is a fantastic home that you and your family will enjoy for years to come. Consisting of approx 35sqs of living, 4 bedrooms (spacious master with private balcony, ocean views, large en-suite & WIR), open plan kitchen/dining and living area with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances, separate family room (gas log fire), rumpus/pool room, large study, private upstairs lounge, bi’-fold doors opening onto a private decked alfresco/entertaining area and large double garage. Other features include gas ducted heating throughout, Sony projector with retractable screen and surround sound, evaporative cooling, great storage and low maintenance well established gardens on a 670m2 allotment. When it comes to buying a family home it doesn’t get much better than this!! Space, Privacy and Location!!

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If a lifestyle change is high on your agenda, here is an opportunity for the large family to spread their wings in style and purchase a home that represents exceptional value for money. Boasting 4 large bedrooms (master with en-suite, large WIR and balcony with ocean views), open plan kitchen/dining and living area (stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances), beautiful spotted gum floorboards, family room or come study, upstairs parents retreat or rumpus room, decked outdoor entertaining area, ducted gas heating and remote double garage. All surrounded by professionally landscaped gardens on a 640m2 (approx) allotment. This truly is a fantastic family home offering excellent living inside and out and located within close proximity to the local schools and Deep Creek reserve.

PRICE: $730,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

PRICE: $689,500 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

3 2 2 TORQUAY 26 St Anne’s Drive ABSOLUTE QUALITY!!! – IN ONE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS!

TORQUAY 22 Lorama Street QUALITY & STYLE WITH A DIFFERENCE!

What an opportunity to purchase a wonderfully built Dennehy home offering exquisite open plan living at its best. From the time you set through the door you will be impressed by its absolute quality. Featuring 3 bedrooms (master with large ensuite and WIR), BIR’s in the remaining 2 bedrooms, open plan kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances dining and living area with a gas log fire, plantation blinds, double glazed windows, ducted vacuum and security system, solar hot water, bi’fold doors opening onto a private north facing entertaining area and remote double garage. Rarely do opportunities arrive like this to purchase a quality home in a great location all within metres to White’s beach and the world class Sands Golf Course.

Quality from start to finish this stunning architecturally designed home has all you desire and more, from the moment you step through the door you will be captivated by its absolute quality. Boasting 3 bedrooms (master with large en-suite), large BIR’s in the remaining bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living area (granite bench tops and stainless steel appliances), powder room, separate downstairs family/rumpus room, study, remote double garage with loads of storage, decked entertaining area with built in BBQ and low maintenance gardens. Other features include gas log fire, reverse cycle A/C, amazing spotted gum timber floorboards, heated spa/plunge pool, architecturally designed lighting, granite and 2 pack joinery throughout and ducted vacuum system. Positioned in a quiet and friendly location all within close proximity to White’s Beach and The Sands Clubhouse and Golf Course. This truly is a quality family home which is sure to impress!!!

PRICE: $645,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

PRICE: $680,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930

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

Graeme McCartney

Tim Carson

graeme@mccartneyrealestate.com.au

tim@mccartneyrealestate.com.au

0409 612 104

0434 690 930

OPEN: SATURDAY 1.00PM – 1.30PM

TORQUAY 2/70 Alleyne Avenue STYLISH TOWNHOUSE WITH OCEAN VIEWS!!

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TORQUAY 53 Ocean View Crescent PERFECT FOR THE MODERN FAMILY!!

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Overlooking the picturesque Spring Creek Valley and providing fantastic ocean views, this well built Dennehy townhouse is the perfect sea change or weekend getaway. With upstairs featuring, an open plan kitchen, meals & living area with floor to ceiling windows, polished spotted gum floorboards, gas log fire, master bedroom (WIR and en-suite) and study/4th bedroom. Downstairs, includes a north facing courtyard, rumpus room/ 2nd living area, 2 bedrooms each with BIR’s, central bathroom, separate laundry and double garage. Rarely do quality townhouses like these come onto the market at such an affordable price, located in a quiet location and close to all the local amenities.

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

PRICE: $595,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

PRICE: $598,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

OPEN: SATURDAY 11.00AM – 11.30AM

TORQUAY 37A Beach Road WHEN LOCATION MATTERS!!

OPEN: SATURDAY 12.00PM – 12.30PM

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JAN JUC 19 Royston Lane A NEW LEVEL OF EXCELLENCE!!

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

When location matters most, this modern townhouse is ideal. Located walking distance from Fisherman’s Beach and only minutes from Torquay’s shopping precinct. Offering 2 bedrooms all with BIR’s (master with en-suite), open plan kitchen/dining and living area, balcony with ocean views, downstairs rumpus room/2nd living area, outdoor entertaining area (outside shower) and single garage. This opportunity makes for the perfect sea change, weekend getaway or investment property all in a highly sought after location

PRICE: $520,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

PRICE: $785,000 CONTACT: Tim Carson 0434 690 930 or Graeme McCartney 0409 612 104

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AU SA CTI TU ON RD T AY HIS JAN JUC 40 BELLS BOULEVARD

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Bush Retreat Moments From Bells At one with nature, this incredible Zen Architects designed multi-level home on approx 5 acres of natural bushland is the perfect place to rejuvenate and create. Eco-friendly and entirely energy self-sufficient, the property is a world away from the bustle and just a few minutes to Bells Beach. The crashing of those famous Bells waves punctuated with native bird calls creates an incredible soundscape for relaxation. Recycled materials combine with passive solar design and an emphasis on informal living and entertaining areas to create a completely unique home. Huge recycled pier posts have been used for structural and visual effect inside and outside, while the original bolts make a bold statement as door handles. An old growth sugar gum has been entirely utilised to feature in the stair case, and table top, along with stunning spotted gum windows. Outside, a huge split level spotted gum deck and handy servery through to the kitchen ensure fully integrated indoor and outdoor living. Inside, the multi-level home is like no other, featuring rendered straw-bale walls, polished concrete and timber flooring, plus huge windows ensuring ample light and a peaceful bush view from every aspect. The home´s energy saving features are many, including north facing windows, double glazing, cross ventilation, a 3.3 kw solar power system with back-up diesel generator, hydronic and slab heating boosted by a wood fired stove boiler, cook top and two ovens. There are so many more features including a double carport, large shedding, water tanks, a worm farm that processes waste water for use on the garden. You must see this home to appreciate its beauty and uniqueness.

AUCTION: Sat 20 Aug @ 12pm Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat 11:30-12:00pm CONTACT: Patrick Hayden 0437 882 088

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

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ANGLESEA 59 EIGHTH AVENUE Point Roadknight Beach Dream

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You´ll be so close to the beach, living ocean side of the Great Ocean Road, only moments from arguably one of Australia´s best beaches! >Polished timber floors & quality carpet throughout >Large modern kitchen >Wood heater & split system air conditioning >Excellent outdoor BBQ entertaining area >Off street parking for three cars >Separate laundry >No main roads to cross >Walk to the beach >This is a rare opportunity to acquire your very own Point Roadknight property where the beach is close enough to consider it your backyard! AUCTION: Sat 20 Aug @ 2pm Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat 1:30 - 2:00pm 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

JAN JUC 32 CANTALA DRIVE Sit back, Relax and Enjoy

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With parkland, footy oval, tennis, kinder, school bus and beach literally at your doorstep, this is the perfect choice for a growing family. > All the hard work done, move straight in, not a cent to spend > Three generous bedrooms plus beach bungalow > Two bathrooms with quality fittings > Light filled living and meals areas > Fantastic outdoor area for year round alfresco dining or kids play area>Vendor lease back an option AUCTION: Sat 3 Sep @ 11am Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60 days INSPECT: Sat 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: Marianne Keane 0413 555 753, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203 surfcoasttimes.com.au

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JAN JUC 4 DANDY COURT Resort Living In The Heart Of Jan Juc

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Set amongst resort style gardens, this stunning timber and sandstone home provides space and style with a truly unique character. It features a vast open plan living/dining area with OFP and wall of bi-fold glass doors to the northern deck, pool, rear lawn and alfresco area; a superb kitchen with S/S 900mm stove; second living area leading to four large bedrooms with built-in bunks and robes; a tiled bathroom and separate toilet; upstairs parent's zone comprising a huge retreat/office area with water views, a spacious bedroom and a luxury ensuite; external studio/6th bedroom; ducted heating and vacuum; double garage/workshop and much more. AUCTION: Sat 17 Sept @ 12pm Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat 12:00-12:30pm CONTACT: Patrick Hayden 0437 882 088, John McMahon 0400 866 634

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

TORQUAY 20 GRANDVIEW ROAD Stroll To Shops And Sand

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A coastal classic, this warm and inviting four bedroom home on a north facing allotment is situated in ´Old Torquay´ > Minutes from sand, surf and shops > Updated open plan kitchen, meals and living > Polished floor boards > Reverse cycle heating/cooling > Low maintenance gardens

A new three bedroom, two storey stand alone townhouse close to the amenities is available for immediate occupation. With the driveway and landscaping finished there is nothing left to do but move the furniture in and enjoy Torquay and the lifestyle it offers. > Three bedrooms, spacious living areas and is very private > Quality builder with proven track record > Quiet part of town and close to the schools > One of only two and on its own title

AUCTION: Sat 10 Sept @ 12pm Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days INSPECT: Sat 1:00-1:30pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

FOR SALE Price: $529,000 INSPECT: Sat 12:00-12:30pm CONTACT: Damian Jens 0438 345 154, Marianne Keane 0413 555 753

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OCCUPY & NEST OR INVEST! 3A Gallipoli Parade, APOLLO BAY $375,000 • This well positioned single level cottage is ready to be enjoyed, extremely neat, central and convenient. It is the ideal weekender or the perfect entry point for buyers, a young family or empty nesters! Acquire now, and take advantage of the Christmas / summer holidays. • The property has a proven rental history and presents a fantastic opportunity to enter the market at an affordable price. This is not a place but a “home”. Effortlessly delivering the perfect fusion of function and form with two bedrooms, open plan kitchen with separate pantry / dining and formal lounge with cosy wood fireplace. • The comfort of the lounge presents light-drenched living areas, inclusive of the decking which is perfect for the morning cuppa. All of this is moments from the sand, surf and the pub! Also includes a spacious alfresco entertaining zone, plus a single carport and fully enclosed cottage garden. • Features 2 bedrooms, built in robes, wood fireplace and gas heating, low maintenance, fully enclosed courtyard, secluded / private setting in quiet street, proven holiday rental returns. Inspect: By appointment Agent: Great Ocean Road Real Estate, Apollo Bay Contact: Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

TORQUAY 2/18 HIGHLANDER STREET When Only The Best Will Do

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This near new residence showcases every conceivable luxury and is highlighted with vogue design finishes and superb appointments that create the perfect family lifestyle > Stainless steel appliances > Caesar stone kitchen bench tops/glass splash back > Central heating/ reverse cycle split system cooling > Separate powder room > Access to Fisherman's Beach via Deep Creek Reserve

Substantial Stamp Duty Savings available (for a limited time only) >No body corporate fees >Stunning quality finish >Eco friendly design >Metres from the beach >Three bedrooms plus study/fourth bedroom >Three bathrooms (two being ensuites) >Lounge, dining & rumpus rooms >Three outdoor entertainment areas >Modern fittings and fixtures

FOR SALE Price: $625,000 INSPECT: Sun 12:30-1:00pm CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Steve Menegazzo 0421 802 203

FOR SALE Price Guide: Priced from $745,000 CONTACT: John McMahon 0400 866 634, Bryan Hayden 0417 613 250

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

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SPACIOUS CEDAR COTTAGE

Feel a breath of fresh country air in this 3 bedroom brick home close to the golf course, beach and bowling club. Decorated with timber dado walls, cottage borders, and full of simple pleasures like ducted gas heating, spacious bedrooms, cosy lounge, and an open plan kitchen and family room. Outside is a single garage, plus carport plus storage shed and low maintenance gardens. Be the first to appreciate this comfortable home.

$359,000

Address: 15 Bungalalli Avenue Open: By Appointment Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

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$329,000 Address: 33 Ada Street Open: Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

CLIFTON SPRINGS HUGE QUALITY HOME ON 1271M2 BLOCK

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This 4 bedroom brick home also has a study, full en-suite and 3living areas. It is designed for family living with a formal lounge, rear rumpus room, plus an open-plan kitchen and dining area that opens on to a private, north-facing outdoordeck. Ducted heating and cooling throughout. Outside is adouble garage plus an extra single garage for extra vehicles,boat or van. Set on 1271m2 block it has room for all the family.

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Address: 70 Central Road Open: Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

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This well maintained cedar 3 bedroom home is in a perfect location for families, or someone looking for a holiday home. Close to school, waterfront, boat marina, shops and transport this homes location will be sought after. The two separate living areas have timber laminate flooring, with gas heating, reverse cycle split system and a cosy wood fire. Large double carport with roller door to front, seconds as a large covered entertaining area. Good size rear yard and timber decking to front. This property is very neat and tidy, an inspection won't disappoint for the price.

CLIFTON SPRINGS UNIQUE HOME, STUNNING VIEWS The spacious family home has ample living space for everyone. Formal lounge, theater room, open plan family room & upstairs rumpus with spectacular views as far as the eye can see. 4 bedrooms all large doubles with BIR's, main with WIR & ensuite. Ducted gas central heating & evaporative cooling throughout. Kitchen has dishwasher, 900mm oven & plenty of cupboards overlooks the family room stunning views of the bay. Double garage with remote and timber decking at rear. .

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ELEGANT SPLIT LEVEL HOME This quality built 4 bedroom home is ideal for the teenage revolution. The mid floor contains the master bedroom with ensuite, and the study or 4th bedroom. Upstairs is an open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area with outdoor eating balcony. Downstairs are 2 bedrooms, the main bathroom and a rumpus room. Outside are courtyard gardens, and a triple garage.

Address: 11 Gange Place Open: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

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CLIFTON SPRINGS SMART BLOCK WITH BAY VIEWS This elevated smart block has potential for bay views. *Wide 24.9 metre frontage *21.8 metre depth *460m2 total area *Building covenants to maintain property values *Surrounded by new homes.

$449,000

Address: 27 Gange Place Open: Saturday 10.15 - 10.45am Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

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INDUSTRIAL LAND OPPORTUNITY These are the last 5 blocks for sale in this newly established industrial estate in Portarlington. Ranging in size from 617m2 to 904m2, this vacant land gives you the opportunity to build the premises your business requires. Situated off Tower road and adjacent to the proposed new service station facility, this area is sure to become home to many small industrial businesses. Zoned Industrial "1". Price includes GST.

Address: 4 Gange Place Open: By Appointment Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

FROM $148,500

Address: Lots 10,11,12,13,17 Rajah Court Open: By Appointment Contact: Phil Cumming 0408 599 232

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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

Price by Negotiation Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788

24 SEEBERG COURT APOLLO BAY

267 GREAT OCEAN ROAD APOLLO BAY

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

$985,000 - $1,050,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424

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APOLLO BAY / MARENGO / SKENES CREEK !0/,,/"!9 'REAT/CEAN2OAD !POLLO"AY 6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

5/28 MOORE STREET APOLLO BAY

24 NELSON STREET APOLLO BAY

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$430,000 - $450,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

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

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$550,000 - $570,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

$475,000 Darren Brimacombe 0418 317 424 Bec Allen 0429 999 788 Brad Fanning 0419 887 223

37 THOMSON STREET APOLLO BAY

4/8 MURRAY STREET APOLLO BAY

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

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

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

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

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APOLLO BAY

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

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$795,000 Ian Stewart 0418 522 571 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

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

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

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LORNE 6

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LORNE / RURAL ,/2.% -OUNTJOY0ARADE ,ORNE 6IC WWWGREATOCEANROADREALESTATECOMAU

17/260 MOUNTJOY PARADE LORNE

29/4 SMITH STREET LORNE

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

1020 WINCHELSEA - DEANS MARSH ROAD BAMBRA

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$735,000 Tyrone Provan 0405 124 799 Ben Jackson 0419 375 285

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$749,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

37 AUREL ROAD DEANS MARSH

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$380,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

$530,000 Peter Boyce 0419 582 448

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APOLLO BAY

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

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$870,000 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666

18 RIPPLESIDE DRIVE TORQUAY

35 CENTRESIDE DRIVE TORQUAY

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$535,000 - $555,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Laura Andrews 0488 203 737

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

9 ST ANNES DRIVE TORQUAY

2/35 AQUARIUS AVENUE TORQUAY

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$660,000 - $680,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Laura Andrews 0488 203 737

12 BLACKWATTLE MEWS TORQUAY

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

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$449,000 Michael Ferris 0428 882 666 Geoff Bennett 0458 513 860

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CLASSIFIED LISTINGS

VACANT LAND

SUMMARY

PRICE

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

HOUSES, APARTMENTS & UNITS

SUMMARY

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

Apollo Bay Heights 5 Alastair Court, Apollo Bay 255 Busty Road, Apollo Bay 2/33 Cawood Street, Apollo Bay 21 Costin Street, Apollo Bay Lot 9 Gambier Street, Apollo Bay 165 &167 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 295 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 40 Gum Court, Apollo Bay 28A Murray Street, Apollo Bay 2/5 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay Lot 2, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 11, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 14, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay Lot 16, 1-7 Noel Street, Apollo Bay 37-39 Noel Street, Apollo Bay 19-35 Nova Court, Apollo Bay Lot 1-5 Paradise Drive, Apollo Bay 39 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 10 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay 28 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay 48 Seaview Drive, Apollo Bay Lot 17 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 33 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 15 Whelan Street, Apollo Bay 31 Main Road, Beech Forrest 7 Costerman Terrace, Marengo 6 McMinn Court, 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

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

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 2/78 Casino Avenue, Apollo Bay 68 Costin Street, Apollo Bay 5 Gallipoli Parade, Apollo Bay 15/22 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 2/79 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 3/155 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 11 Gum Court, Apollo Bay 16 Joyce Street, Apollo Bay 'Alyeska' - 355 Killala Road, Apollo Bay 2/355 Killala Road, Apollo Bay 1/19 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 32 McLennan Street, Apollo Bay 25 Montrose Avenue, Apollo Bay 2B Murray Street, Apollo Bay 4/10 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 16 Murray Street, Apollo Bay 33 Murray Square, Apollo Bay 2/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 3/22 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay 2 Nizam Quay, Apollo Bay 5/3-4 Nizam Quay, Apollo Bay Lot 8/9-13 Noel Street, 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 5/5-7 Pengilley Avenue, Apollo Bay 6A Ramsden Avenue, Apollo Bay 9 Ramsden Avenue, Apollo Bay 27 Seeberg Court, Apollo Bay 44 Scenic Drive, Apollo Bay 3 Scott Place, Apollo Bay 2/35 Thompson Street, Apollo Bay 3170 Great Ocean Road, Glenaire 22 Great Ocean Road, Lavers Hill 10 Ferrier Drive, Marengo 6 Galbraith Way, Marengo 21 Great Ocean Road, Marengo 855 Great Ocean Road, Marengo 5 Newcombe Street, Marengo 32 Ocean Park Drive, Marengo 15 Panorama Crescent, Marengo 24 Hennessy Street, Port Campbell 10 Otway Avenue, Skenes Creek 30 Skenes Creek Valley Road, Skenes Creek 18/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek 19/270 Skenes Creek Road, Skenes Creek

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

LORNE (03) 5289 4222 136 Mountjoy Parade Lorne Vic 3232 127/3 Bay Street, Lorne 25 Dorman Street, Lorne 64 - 66 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 35 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 25/4 Smith Street, Lorne 3 Cartra Crescent, Kennett River 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 2 B/R, views

$595,000 - $645,000 $560,000 - $590,000 $450,000 $695,000 $595,000 $449,000 $375,000 - $395,000 $595,000 - $645,000 $995,000 $450,000 $495,000 $415,000 $370,000 $590,000 - $625,000 $500,000 - $510,000 $439,000 $395,000 $310,000 $310,000 $499,000 - $520,000 $460,000 $415,000 $560,000 $598,000 $299,000 $330,000 $380,000 $365,000 $410,000 $479,000 $445,000 $349,000 $540,000 By negotiation $550,000 - $575,000 $695,000 $400,000 $950,000 - $1,050,000 $185,000 $415,000 $800,000 + $595,000 Price by Negotiation $565,000 - $585,000 $750,000 $820,000 $415,000 $560,000 $1,800,000-$2,000,000 $265,000 - $275,000 $195,000 - $215,000

COMMERCIAL

$269,000 - $289,000 $1,250,000 $819,000

SUMMARY

PRICE

4 Bombora Street, Torquay 2/67 Bristol Road, Torquay 1 Inshore Drive, Torquay 77 Ocean View Crescent, Torquay

RURAL

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3x3x3 lease. WI/WO Pizzeria, 12 yr lease WIWO Business in prime position Commercial Freehold Price reduced to sell

535 sqm 453 sqm 620 sqm 615 sqm

SUMMARY

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 - $270,000 $250,000 Price by Negotiation $275,000 - $290,000 $315,000 - $330,000 $395,000 $120,000 $385,000 $550,000 $299,000 $210,000 $289,000 $299,000 $595,000 $300,000 $210,000 $245,000 + $250,000

$220,000 $230,000 $215,000 $499,000 $230,000 $235,000 $900,000 $300,000 - $310,000 $355,000 - $370,000 $339,000 $280,000 - $300,000

PRICE

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

3 B/R & business

$390,000

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

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

$525,000 - $550,000 $595,000 $70,000 $350,000 $435,000 $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 455 Deans Marsh-Lorne Road, Deans Marsh 6 Station Street, Forrest 22 Station Street, Forrest Shalom Cottages, 35 Robilliards Road, Murroon 75 Anderson Street, Pennyroyal

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600 93 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay Vic 3233 39 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay 155 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'

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

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228

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

2 B/R self contained unit Residence on 3 acres 4 B/R, 2 bth & views

Subdivision 475 sqm 10 acres 333 sqm approx 668 sqm, corner allot 343 sqm 2000 sqm's each 950 sqm 638 sqm 330 sqm 500 sqm 301 sqm 343 sqm 314 sqm 303 sqm 4 lot subdivision 620 - 1,021sqm 5 lot1.5-2.5 acres 574 sqm 631 sqm 714 sqm 579 sqm 510 sqm 562 sqm 700 sqm approx 1700 sqm 1 acre 752 sqm 921 sqm 600 sqm 548 sqm 306 sqm 948 sqm 910 sqm 586 sqm 1189 & 905 sqm 585 sqm

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

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088 114 Surfcoast Highway Vic 3228 5/4 Noble Street, Anglesea 38 Bells Boulevard, Jan Juc 2 Ocean Outlook, Torquay

$600,000 $500,000

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

PRICE

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

1400 sqm 966 sqm

$200,000 $270,000 neg $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 16 acres 1200 sqm 1200 sqm block 2x2 B/R1x3 B/R 16a 4 B/R, 100 acres

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

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

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

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

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

Website www.greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

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Set in this quiet tree lined street, this solid home is only minutes to Fischermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Beach and has ocean views. Sunlit kitchen, breakfast bar, meals area. Three bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite, Lounge/dining room, Parents retreat and study nook, Sun deck with ocean views, Lock up garage and large workshop.

View Saturday 12.00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm ljhooker.com/H2QFCH Contact Bill Nairn 0419 002 644 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

For Sale $760,000 View Saturday 11.00am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am ljhooker.com/HG5FCH Contact Bill Nairn 0419 002 644 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

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

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TI ON AU C TORQUAY 14 Parkside Drive

TORQUAY 2 Borron Boulevard

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Boasting a corner allotment and an approval for two townhouses this property is ideal for the developer or those getting in to the market. The home comprises two bedrooms, sleepout and a good sized living area together with kitchen and bathroom.

For Sale .$495,000 Offers will be considered View Saturday 12.15pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.45pm ljhooker.com/H8QFCH Contact Michael Lowe 0407 816 167 19A Gilbert Street Torquay

Located in the popular Great Ocean Views Estate with excellent views over the valley, this modern multi level home is sure to suit everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s taste with neutral tones and attractive features.

Auction September 17th at 11.00am

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Contact Louise Venter 0405 347 166

*Offers considered prior to Auction View Saturday 1.15pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.45pm ljhooker.com/HA1FCH

19A Gilbert Street Torquay

Buying? Selling? Renting? When it comes to your real estate needs, nobody does it better than LJ Hooker. Our highly professional and friendly staff with specialist local knowledge are always dedicated to delivering the result you expect. Whether you are looking for a competitive home loan, more rental options or the best price for your property â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we can help!

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LJ Hooker Torquay 03 5261 2121 19a Gilbert Street TORQUAY VIC 3228 torquay@ljh.com.au Members can earn points with LJ Hooker

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1500 WARRALILY

RESIDENTS COMING SOON ! Rod from Torquay What’s great about living in Geelong? The coastal lifestyle with city benefits... restaurants, cafes and bars, shopping, the movies, etc. What attracted you to Warralily? It’s proximity to Torquay, access to the beach just 10 minutes away and my business in Torquay. What do you look forward to when you move in? Our new home! And the estate features being created, parks, creek, bike paths and the shops.

Susan from Belmont What’s great about living in Geelong? Simple life but everything we need is here and in reach. What attracted you to Warralily? Country setting but close to Geelong, the flat land and community facilities. What do you look forward to when you move in? Being in a nice new area with all the facilities we need and the ability to walk to the shops.

Ken from Leopold What’s great about living in Geelong? Relaxed, laid back life, out of the hustle and bustle of Melbourne. What attracted you to Warralily? The rural setting with open space and parks. What do you look forward to when you move in? BBQs with our new neighbours, a growing community and the kids enjoying the outdoors.

COME & SEE WHY EVERYONE IS CHOOSING WARRALILY Visit our friendly sales team to find out what we can offer you! All images and descriptions in this advertisement are indicative and should not be relied upon. The developer reserves the right to alter the images or description without notice after the day of printing. The developer makes no warranties about the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in this advertisement and the developer, including its directors, affiliates, officers, employees and agents will not accept any liability for any loss or damage.


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Call 1300 661 719 or visit warralily.com.au

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Sales office open 7 days a week 11am – 5pm

Sales office open 7 days a week 11am – 5pm

259 Charlemont Road, Connewarre 3227, Mel 480 E5

680 Surf Coast Hwy, Mt Duneed 3216, Mel 479 G4


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JAN JUC 2 Seahaven Place

TORQUAY 11 Rincon Crescent

0DJQLÀFHQW2FHDQ9LHZV Located in a quiet court and surrounded by prestigious homes lies this large vacant allotment. The block is large enough to accommodate a substantial home with swimming pool and still plenty of room for the kids to play safely in the garden - the block is approx 1589sqm. Breathtaking ocean views are currently enjoyed from the block, so once you build they will only get better. The location is one to envy, being walking distance to the beach and only a few minutes to the shopping precinct of Torquay.

Executive Living At Its Finest As you enter you will be impressed by the space that this home has to offer. The home features a bright modern kitchen with stone bench top and quality S/S appliances, adjoining meals area and family room, separate lounge and a separate rumpus room. Other features include a large undercover alfresco entertaining area, ducted heating, split system A/C, powder room and loads of storage. The home is in excellent condition throughout; all it needs is its new owners.

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Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

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MEL REF

505 E8

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TORQUAY 48 Loch Lomond Crescent

TORQUAY 5 Tempest Street

+RZ·V7KLV)RU9DOXH Located within the prestigious Sands Golf Course Estate; lies this magnificent 3 bedroom single level family home. The moment you step inside you shall be impressed by the highly polished floor boards and high ceilings. The beautiful lounge area is large enough for entire family to relax and enjoy. The kitchen is spacious and bright with quality appliances and adjoins the sundrenched meals area. Other features include 2 memberships to the Sands Gymnasium which includes pool, gym and tennis courts. Don’t look any further – it’s all here.

4XDOLW\7KURXJKDQG7KURXJK The moment you step inside this immaculate family home you will be impressed with all it has to offer. Featuring; an oversized master bedroom with ensuite and WIR, timber kitchen with quality appliances, including dishwasher and walk in pantry, separate lounge and an adjoining meals area and family room which is bathed in northerly sunlight. Other features include a beautiful outdoor undercover area, ducted heating, air conditioning, large garden shed, ducted vacuum there is too much to mention, best you come and have a look and appreciate all this home has to offer for yourself.

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Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

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Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

MEL REF

493 K11

MEL REF

493 H12

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TORQUAY 18 Seamist Way

TORQUAY 325/100 The Esplanade

Look No Further …than this immaculate family home located in the quiet South Beach Estate. The home offers 4 large bedrooms, master with walk in robe and full ensuite, all other bedrooms are spacious with built in robes, plus there is a study which would be ideal for a home office or 5th bedroom. The kitchen is beautiful and spacious with modern appliances and walk in pantry. Other features include theatre room, undercover alfresco, ducted heating and a low maintenance yard. As it says, look no further, as this one has the lot.

Awesome Views With A Great Return Located on the top level of Torquay’s premier resort complex – Crowne Plaza is this magnificent one bedroom designer apartment. Directly opposite the beach with some of the best views Torquay has to offer, the apartment comprises modern kitchen with stone bench top and quality appliances. The meals area and lounge room are open living and quite spacious. The bedroom is generous with built in robes and the bathroom and laundry are modern and well appointed. The apartment also offers secure basement parking. Inspect today and experience for yourself these exceptional and breathtaking ocean views.

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By Appointment

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By Appointment

CONTACT

Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

CONTACT

Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

MEL REF

493 J12

MEL REF

506 C4

TORQUAY 35 Golden Beach Way

TORQUAY 15 Lune Court

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.

Room for the Entire Family Situated in a quiet court and with magnificent ocean views which sweep all the way to Port Phillip Heads, this home is grand in every way. Featuring large tiled entry, 5 spacious bedrooms all with BIR’s and master with modern ensuite. The spacious kitchen includes dishwasher and modern appliances which are all standard and the meals area is engulfed in natural light. Second living area upstairs enjoys the view and is large enough to add a pool table or even another bedroom. Other features include double R/C garage, evaporative cooling, ducted heating, walk in linen press, and more.

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Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

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Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

MEL REF

506 F2

MEL REF

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1300 REAL ESTATE

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INVESTORS...INVESTORS...INVESTORS...

Investors... Investors... Investors $240,000 103A BEACON POINT ROAD, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Gaddang Court = Happy Court $450,000

2 GADDANG CRT. CLIFTON SPRINGS Genuine 4 bedroom home ready and waiting. 3 bedrooms have built-in-robes and ceiling fans, main bedroom has walk-in-robe, full ensuite and ceiling fan. The tiled entry leads thru to a large lounge and dining room. The open plan kitchen with GHP, electric wall oven, range hood, dishwasher and pantry, overlooks the family and informal dining areas. Sliding doors open out to a fully covered outdoor entertaining area with spa and outdoor heater. A large backyard for the children and a drive thru double garage with remote door and internal access. This home has it all! Gaddang stands for Happy and this home will provide many happy years ahead for some lucky owner.

Open for Inspection Saturday 20th August 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am

Unit for Sale $245,000

6/115 HIGH STREET, DRYSDALE This 2 bedroom unit tucked away at the rear of the property is ideally situated providing privacy and yet close to transport and daily necessities eg: bread, milk, paper are right at your door step. The home itself has been well maintained. Two bedrooms both with built-in-robes, kitchen with upright electric cooker, range hood and dishwasher. Tiled meals area and carpeted lounge with split-system air-conditioning. Single lock-up garage plus plenty of private parking for visitors cars completes the package. This property is currently leased and returning a rental of $230.00pw.

40 Plus Squares of Luxury $529,000 - $559,000

73 JETTY ROAD, CLIFTON SPRINGS

This home is less than 12 months old and is grand by any standards. 4 large bedrooms all with robes, main with walk-in-robe and full ensuite. Lounge with ww carpet, downstairs family room with computer nook, theatre room ZLWKZZFDUSHWXSVWDLUVIDPLO\URRPZLWKĂ RDWLQJWLPEHU Ă RRU8SVWDLUVDOIUHVFRDUHDGRZQVWDLUVDOIUHVFRDUHDSOXV deck, 3 bathrooms, 3 toilets including a powder room. 6WXQQLQJ NLWFKHQ ZLWK JUDQLWH EHQFK WRSV JODVV VSODVK backs, EHP, under bench oven, range hood, dishwasher, pantry and island bench. Double garage, rear veranda, landscaping and the list just goes on and onâ&#x20AC;ŚInspection by appointment.

Old Ocean Grove $465,000

4 KURRAJONG COURT, OCEAN GROVE

Three generous Bedrooms, Bathroom, Kitchen, meals and Lounge room all packed together on approx. 824m2 block of land. Outbuildings include double garage and garden shed. The property is made quite private via the four fences and is located in a Court with Gum trees as quiet neighbours. Future development potential.

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Home Haven $418,000

21 SEAHAVEN DRIVE, CLIFTON SPRINGS

5 years old, 28 sqs. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 living areas. Gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, double garage. $Ã&#x20AC;QHIDPLO\KRPHWKDWUHTXLUHVQRWKLQJEXW\RXULQWHUHVW Bay Glimpses.

Open for Inspection Saturday 20th August 1.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.00pm

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$310,000 - $320,000

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Next Door to Everything $299,500

46 WYNDHAM STREET, DRYSDALE

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33 THAMBALLINA RD, CLIFTON SPRINGS

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Phone: 03 5523 2200 111 Bentinck St Portland 3305

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Tuesday 16 August 2011

YOUR DREAM HOME WITH OCEAN VIEWS ON AN ACRE

POTENTIAL TO CAPITALISE 21 Prestwick Avenue, JAN JUC $500,000 - $550,000

3 Ocean Acres Drive, TORQUAY $925,000

Located in a leafy street in Jan Juc lies this 3 bedroom brick veneer home which has almighty potential. The astute buyer may want to live in, use as a holiday house, investment property or demolish and erect 2 double storey townhouses (stca). The home currently offers a large lounge room, bright kitchen with electric cooking facilities and an adjoining meals area. There are 3 well appointed bedrooms 2 of which have built in robes. Bright bathroom and laundry complete the picture of a very livable home. Within walking distance to the beach and transport, location is one to be envied. Come and look as it will go fast.

You will simply revel in the luxury this superb family residence provides. A truly sumptuous home with a list of features you have only dreamed about. Perfectly located only minutes from Torquay and the beach. This beautiful quality built home comprises of 4 bedrooms, BIR, master bedroom with WIR and ensuite, huge family room downstairs with separate kitchenette, gas log fire, square set cornices throughout, decked alfresco area overlooking the sensational Salt chlorinated swimming pool. Upstairs comprises of Open plan Lounge/ Dining /Kitchen with stone benchtops, glass splashbacks, butlers kitchen & stainless steel appliances. Polished floor boards, Office Nook, Decking Overlooking swimming pool.

Inspect: By appointment Agent: Barry Plant Real Estate, Torquay Contact: Glenn Hardman 0419 006 480

Landscaped gardens, double garage with rear access, this property has it all and an inspection is a must. Inspect: By appointment Agent: Torquay First National Real Estate Contact: Karin Walters 0403 746 686

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“Views’ End” is situated on one acre amongst the rolling hills and vineyards of the Bellarine Peninsula. This unique property with the coveted Scotchman’s Road address offers a spacious open plan home with four en suite bedrooms, a huge country kitchen, an office/study and two large north facing living areas opening onto a wide verandah with superb views to Port Phillip Bay, the You Yangs, Melbourne sky line & beyond. Town water is connected. Equally suitable as a family home or those looking for a lifestyle change. Minutes away from excellent restaurants, wineries, Surf Beaches and golf courses. Only twenty minutes from Geelong and 1 hour 15 mins Melbourne.

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Tuesday 16 August 2011

RENTAL OF THE WEEK 18 NOTTINGHAM ST, PORTARLINGTON

PRIME RENTAL AVAILABILITES

BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS Comfortable three bedroom home with BIR’s. Freshly painted, new carpet throughout. Reverse cycle cooling and heating, Large and enclosed back yard. Pets negotiable. Available now. Call to inspect today.

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51 Camp Road 8/71 Geelong Road 11/71 Geelong Road 2/71 Geelong Road 20 Endeavour Drive 31 Price Street 2/7 Koomeela Drive 7 Highlander Street 17 Miranda Close 2A Trevenen Court 14 Deal Avenue 3 Margaret Street 2/3 Hoylake Avenue 16 Great Ocean Road 18 Martin Street 25 Ocean Park Drive

Anglesea Torquay Torquay Torquay Torquay Torquay Torquay Torquay Torquay Jan Juc Jan Juc Jan Juc Jan Juc Apollo Bay Apollo Bay Apollo Bay

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3 Bedrooms » 1 Bathrooms » $240 pw Available: Now Agent: Stockdale & Leggo Drysdale 5251 1611 Contact:

TORQUAY (03) 5261 5088

Email: torquay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au AIREYS INLET

PROFESSIONALS RENTAL PROPERTIES

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ADDRESS

AVAILABLE

$225

154 Murradoc Road, Drysdale 2 BR house, new kitchen & carpet, elec heat/cooking, garden shed, beautiful country views.

NOW

$230

$260

7 Harvey Road,St Leonards 2 BR, wardrobes, polished floorboards, wall to wall carpet, carport, walk to shops, transport & the sea.

5/9/11

$240 $280

$270

152 Newcombe Street, Portarlington 3 BR house, sun room, formal lounge, A/C, gas cook, lge back yard, within walk distance to shops, schools & beach.

11/8/11

$190

$290

8 Clearwater Drive, Clifton Springs 3 BR house, BIRs, formal lounge room/ dining, gas cook, carport, shed, close to schools & transport.

1/9/11

$305

2/10 Barega Place, Clifton Springs 3 BR unit, BIRs, 2 bathrooms, dbl lockup garage, close to transport and shops.

19/9/11

$350

53 Central Road, Drysdale UNDER APPLICATION 4BR house, brand new, master with WIR & ensuite, BIR in other BRs, family area, alarm system, DLUG with drive through access.

NOW

$360

18 Kanyanya Avenue, Clifton Springs 3 BR split level house, BIRs, main with WIR/ensuite, study, formal lounge/dining with views, gas cook, D/W, remote control dbl garage, close to shops, schools & transport.

NOW

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5251 2847

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Email: lorne@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

APOLLO BAY

LORNE

APOLLO BAY (03) 5237 2600

Email: apollobay@greatoceanroadrealestate.com.au

TORQUAY

STOCKDALE & LEGGO RENTAL PROPERTIES

PRICE

11 clifton springs road, drysdale

LORNE (03) 5289 4222

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Love your nest NEST LIVING releases Stage One of its first residential development this week. Situated in Indented Head, ‘Secret by the Bay’, will be released on August 20. “Unearth your own slice of paradise at the Bellarine Peninsula’s best kept secret, Secret by the Bay. Just 150 metres easy stroll to a stunning and secluded beach, walking distance to the local store, and with assorted amenities close at hand in nearby towns, it’s the perfect place to create your own private haven.” “If you thought all land packages on the coast had long since been snapped up, here’s a little known secret: tucked away in a quiet nook between Portarlington and St Leonards is a hidden gem called Indented Head, an idyllic beachside retreat so serene it’s escaped the notice of many passersby. Those who stumble upon the tiny village immediately appreciate its tranquil beauty and relaxed vibe, and understand they’ve discovered something extraordi¬nary. It’s now possible to own your own slice of the treasure, with land opening at the ideally located development Secret by the Bay.”

“With generous-sized blocks perfect for building your family home or holiday retreat, Secret by the Bay presents a unique chance to make your dreams of coastal living a reality.” Indented Head at a glance: • Is five kilometres from Portarlington with its historic pier, foreshore park and picnic areas, cafes, restaurants, IGA supermarket, and historic Grand Hotel, and future safe harbour. • Has a local yacht club • Is 30 minutes to Geelong • Handy to local primary schools in Portarlington and St Leonards • Has several golf courses and bowling clubs nearby in Portarlington, St Leonards • 105km from Melbourne • Population is 589 (2006) Comprising 94 lots in total, Stage One will see the release of 37 of these lots. To find out more or register your interest contact Stockdale and Leggo, 92b Newcombe Street, Portarlington, or visit www.secretbythebay.com. au

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DISPLAY HOME OPEN HOURS 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

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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

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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: Doug Fairbrother 0412 699 474 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

Display Office 1D Baines Cres , Torquay Open : Mon-Thu 10am – 4pm Sat 10am-4pm Ph : 52612866 Mob : 0434730962 Portarlington: “Arlington Rise Estate, 8 The Rise (off Smythe St) Fri-Tues 1pm-5pm Sales Inquire: 03 5255 3556 03 5259 3858 Leopold: Grenada 207 28 Paraffin Drive, Estuary Estate Open Sat-Wed 12pm-5pm Sales Inquire: 5243 0204 or 0409 580 911

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

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Lara: “Catania 234” 13 Spring water Drive, Lara (Grand Lakes Estate) Open: Saturday – Wednesday 12-5pm Contact: 5221 144

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

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Leopold: “Coolana 214” 22 Paraffin Drive, Leopold (Estuary Estate) Open: Saturday – Thursday 12-5pm Contact: 5221 1447

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Brick tribute to Evans A TORQUAY designer hopes his idea of a permanent brick tribute to cycling hero Cadel Evans could be incorporated into a public building in the Bellarine region. BY GEOFF ROUNDS RODNEY Brown of Brown Ink Design has created a 10m high by 10m wide Brick Art mural of Evans, which has been built brickby-coloured-brick in Melbourne as part of Victoria’s celebrations for the cyclist’s triumphant return Australia. While the world was watching Cadel Evans’ heroic performance to win the Tour de France - there was another race against the clock for Brown Ink graphic designer Andrew Deutscher to put the finishing touches on this tribute to Australia’s latest sporting legend. Brown Ink Design director Rodney Brown says the mural design offers a ready-made solution to Geelong and Melbourne leaders, who are exploring ways to pay tribute to Cadel Evans’ incredible feat. “There’s been a lot of talk in Barwon Heads and Geelong about how to honour this extraordinary achievement – this could be it. Why not incorporate the Brick Art into

a public building as a permanent reminder of Australia’s first Tour de France victory,” Mr Brown said. Mr Brown said his design team relished the opportunity presented to them by Austral Bricks to create a tribute that reflected the size of Cadel Evans’ historic Tour de France victory. “We were bleary-eyed during the tour – like most of the country, there were a few late nights where it was hard to switch off the television. You just couldn’t ignore the enormity of the win, which is why we were happy to burn the midnight oil and be part of this tribute.” The mural was built by bricklayers using 4929 full bricks and 2774 halfbricks in nine different glazed brick colours from Austral Bricks – all laid precisely to the design developed by Mr Deutscher. “It’s been built by Austral Bricks at their Craigieburn – Wollert plant but we’re hoping another version will end up in either Barwon Heads or in Geelong as a permanent tribute,” Mr Brown said.

Andrew Deutscher with the design of Cadel Evans.

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Elefante Castilla Blanco 2010 ($15) Wow, this is pretty snazzy stuff to say the least! A blend of three indigenous Spanish white grape varieties - Macabeo, Viura, Verdejo, and the international Sauvignon Blanc, this is a real eye opener with beautiful lifted aromatics, soft white peach/stonefruit richness and a slight savoury mineral thread running through the textural mid palate. A nice length of flavour on the finish makes this ridiculous value!

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Chinese art celebrated A COLLECTION of Chinese contemporary art, the collection to Australia and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been very fortunate likes of which have rarely been seen in Australia to have two of the participating artists travel from before, is currently being exhibited at the Geelong China to assist with the installation of their works in the Gallery.â&#x20AC;? Gallery. The collection includes some spectacular works, Almost forty pieces using the Chinese tradition of ink wash painting have been especially selected for some of which spread the width and height of the exclusive exhibition and will help celebrate 2011 the gallery. Reflections of the Soul â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Chinese Contemporary Ink Wash Painting is on exhibition as the Year of Chinese Culture in Australia. The exhibition includes paintings by nine until September,11 at the Geelong Gallery, Little contemporary artists, with the pieces exploring four Malop Street and entry is free. specific themes including metropolitan life in China, the world of dreams and the relationship between Chinese opera and the visual arts. Geelong Gallery Director Geoffrey Edwards said attracting the exhibition to the Gallery is extremely exciting for the region and offers an unprecedented opportunity for people to view works that represent an emerging artistic style in China today. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are certainly seeing a resurgence in popularity of variations on the ancient Chinese tradition both in China and abroad, and this style of work is fast becoming a hot property on the international art market,â&#x20AC;? Mr Edwards said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Geelong Gallery has worked very closely with the National Art Museum of China to bring this Artist Lin Qinghe in front of his work Wind-Water at Geelong Gallery.

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Cultivating arts and disability with funds ARTS Access Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts are pleased to announce the launch of Cultivate, a new professional development fund for Australian artists with disability. Cultivate will provide seed funding to artists who want to further develop their professional artistic practice with the aim of being better placed to pursue a professional artistic career and to compete for funding in general arts funding programs. Grants of up to $8,000 will be available for the costs associated with growing applicantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; professional practice as artists. This could include specific skills or professional development opportunities, including mentoring. Cultivate, which is also supported by the Australian Government through the Office for the Arts, begins to address the recommendation made in the National Arts and Disability Strategy to improve access to arts and cultural funding programs and processes for people with disability. Cultivate also aims to act as a model of how arts funding processes can be made more accessible by

letting artists apply in whatever way works best for them â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which could be using Auslan, on video or face-to-face. A total of $40,000 of grant money will be available in 2011, which will be followed by a second round of $50,000 of grant money in 2012. Applications for Cultivate are due on Monday, September 12. Applications must be received by 10am. For a copy of the guidelines and application, visit www.artsaccessaustralia.com or for more information, contact Arts Access Australia by emailing info@artsaccessaustralia.org or phoning 0419 201 338.

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Perfect paella I MUST always have been interested in food. As a teenager we would often discuss our favourite meal. At that stage, my favourite was rare roast beef with roast potatoes and, believe it or not, brussel sprouts with coconut steam pudding and vanilla custard for dessert. It does sound like heaven for an â&#x20AC;&#x153;always hungryâ&#x20AC;? and very active teenage boy. So much of our food experience is combined with nurturing and giving to family and friends. There is a wonderful example in the film Chocolat. Set in a tiny, conservative post war French village, the main character, Vianne, has the temerity to open a chocolate shop at the beginning of Lent. This assures instant enemies. At a time when all the villagers should be showing restraint, Vianne revels in connecting with them by guessing each personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favourite chocolate. Vianne works magic by helping those around her and teaches the villagers acceptance while coming to terms with her own insecurities. The point is that I suspect a favourite meal has more to do with each personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s experiences rather than the meal itself. I imagine prisoners of war may nominate their favourite meal as simple bread and soup tasted in their initial freedom. If asked my favourite meal now, I could not answer. Your palate matures and there are so many wonderful dishes to discover. How could I rank one cuisine over another? One dish over another? We are so fortunate to have access to wonderful fresh ingredients both locally and from all over the world. What I would nominate as a favourite is any meal shared with family and friends? I know one of our customers at Torquay Farm Foods prepares Paella for his family on a weekly basis. In Spain the Paella is traditionally made by men on Sunday, giving women one day off from cooking. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m certain if you ask his children in years to come to nominate their favourite meal, they will remember with love and affection their fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s paella.

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Method Heat oil in a paella pan over medium heat. Add onion, capsicum, tomato, garlic, chicken, calamari, rice and stir for 1 minute. Stir in stock, saffron and paprika. Cook over medium heat for about 10 minutes until the stock has reduced and the rice has begun to swell. Add remaining seafood and cook until the mussels open. Finally add the peas and parsley cover with foil and rest for five minutes. Garnish with cheeks of lemon and more fresh parsley.

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Crime writing queen visits Geelong THE QUEEN of crime writing, Lynda La Plante, will be speaking in Geelong as part of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Melbourne Writers Festival. She is famous for international bestsellers including Blind Fury, Deadly Intent, The Red Dahlia, Above Suspicion and her latest offering, Blood Line. She will join City of Greater Geelongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Arts and Culture Manager, Kaz Paton, in an entertaining and insightful session and learn about Lyndaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work and her hugely successful career. La Plante is an honorary member of the British Film Institute and the recipient of the Dennis Potter Writers Award. She was awarded a CBE in the 2008 Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Birthday Honours List (for services to Literature, Drama and to Charity) and in 2009 La Plante was inducted into the Crime Thriller Awards Hall of Fame. La Plante developed her first plotline for the successful Widows TV series while working as an actress and then went on to create the highly acclaimed Prime Suspect, starring Helen Mirren, which won many awards - including six British Academy Awards (BAFTAs). La Plante will be at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre on Sunday, September 4, at 4pm. Tickets are $15 and can be made visiting www. stickytickets.com.au/6155

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Artists emerge in exhibition EMERGE 2011: The Geelong Regional Artists Exhibition is at the Gordon Gallery this month. The popular exhibition is in its ninth year and showcases numerous artistic mediums and philosophical approaches from seven local artists covering painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, glass work and printmaking. Anna Briers, Emerge 2011 Exhibition curator, says the mission of this annual event is twofold. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Not only are we celebrating and promoting the extraordinary artistic talent of the region, we are also committed to nourishing local creative production,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;By providing a launching pad to showcase artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; work, we can help raise the profile of our local talent, and provide an opportunity for these artists to gain professional experience in their practise.â&#x20AC;? Selected from four municipalities

across the Barwon region, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s artists include Patsy Bush, David Hobday, Debra Jackson, Naomi Macleod, Jiri Tibor Novak, Ben Partridge, and Bevan Shepherd. By popular demand this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exhibition will again feature â&#x20AC;&#x153;Artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Talksâ&#x20AC;?, where visitors explore the exhibition with greater insight and hear from the artists themselves and what influences their work and the meanings behind the art. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s feature artists include Bevan Shepherd (painting) and Jiri Tibor Novak (etchings) who will present their insights on Sunday, August 21, between 2pm and 3pm. Emerge 2011: The Geelong Regional Artists Exhibition is a free event at The Gordon Gallery, Fenwick Street, Geelong until September 2. The exhibition is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm, and on Sunday, August 21, 10am to 3pm.

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I MAY have said it before, but a wok is one of the most versatile implements in your kitchen! Not only can you produce quick, healthy stir-fried meals, you can use a wok to steam, poach, braise, deep fry and smoke food. The shape of the wok means that the heat is transferred quickly and, generally speaking, utilises minimum fuel for maximum heat. Thus in many countries where firewood, dried dung or other solid fuel is used for cooking and heating - and the source of fuel is precious - then the wok is the perfect utensil. Should you be left deserted on an island or - more likely perhaps - when you are camping, a wok is a very useful implement to pack in with all the other ‘essentials’. I have successfully baked a sour-dough type of bread whilst camping, using a wok. However, you may not have considered using a wok to smoke scrumptious morsels of food – just perfect for combining with other deli items for an imaginative anti-pasta platter.

Smoking food - like curing and brining - can be traced back to the days of ancient Rome and China. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention, and since earliest times man has sought to preserve food in bountiful times. Drying was originally the only means of preserving food, in particular meat during hunting forays. But once man knew how to use fire to cook meat, he very soon used it for curing. This was the first scientific method of preserving. Boucane was a method used by the American Indians who smoked their food as a means of preserving it by making a hole in the ground, covereing it with wooden slats. They would either leave the food to dry in the sun, or alternatively, light a small fire in the pit to smoke the food to achieve a more tasty result. Butchers regularly smoke smallgoods and hams, and many fishermen use a simple metal box to smoke their catch. Specialist barbecue stores sell hickory and other wood chips for smoking food

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in kettle barbecues. I personally have not used these, but I have had great results using a variety of teas as the smoking medium. You will be surprised how quickly the food cooks when smoked, and as a general rule, pieces of fish, chicken, beef are generally not more than about two centre meters thick for best results. Fish, chicken, tofu, mussels and oysters can all be smoked. For the shellfish, simply leave the mussels/oysters on the half-shell, brush a little olive oil over and smoke for 3-5 minutes. Quail can be marinated in a mix of oil, orange zest, lightly crushed coriander seeds and garlic, then split the bird open and smoke for 15 minutes. Firm tofu can be brushed with walnut or sesame oil, then placed on the rack and smoked for 5 minutes. In order to prepare your wok for smoking, line it with a double thickness of foil to protect it for use again as a poacher, stir fry, etc. It goes without saying that this is best done outdoors!

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AUSTRALIAN POET Geoff Goodfellow will read some of his punchy verse from his new book, Waltzing with Jack Dancer, outlining his battle with cancer at Courthouse ARTS next month. Goodfellow’s new book is his ninth, and he has been performing his work in gaols and on building sites for over 20 years. His poetry draws on his upbringing and Australia’s public health system, and the former carpenter and boxer makes his poetry appeal to a broad audience. An afternoon with Geoff Goodfellow is presented by Courthouse ARTS, Melbourne Writer’s festival, Barwon Health and the SUB Artist Run Initiative. It will be one of the first events to take place in the newly-renovated Courthouse ARTS building in Little Malop Street and tickets are selling fast. The event is on Sunday, September 4, at 2.30pm and the cost is $10 ($5 for Courthouse ARTS Members) and bookings can be made by calling (03) 5272 4689. For more information visit www. courthouse.org.au

Get lost in Forrest with fun BLOSSOMS are popping out around the town of Forrest and the occasional glimpse of blue sky and sun has everyone looking forward to warmer weather. To celebrate, Forrest and District Neighbourhood House is offering a variety of fantastic community events. Bingo is on the first Monday of the month from 1pm until 3pm and light afternoon tea provided in the $5 cost. On Tuesday at 7.30pm an evening of music is made. The event, called ‘Homemade Jam’ welcomes all musical talents and genres across all skill levels and costs $2. Girls Sewing Night on the first Wednesday of each month from 7.30pm until 9.30pm is another great event to help cultivate your sewing skills. Each month the house aims to try a new activity, and during September it is dry felting. Every Thursday gentle exercise is held from 9.30am followed by morning tea for $2 and mind games from 11am until 12pm,

Former boxer turned poet Geoff Goodfellow will be in Geelong next month.

which also costs $2. Community lunch is at 12.30pm and includes cannelloni with crusty bread and salad as well as dessert, and is only $5 per adult $3 child under 16 or free if you are helping out. Yoga is from 6.30pm until 8pm and costs $10/$8concession. On Friday the Certificate IV in Visual Arts group is in from 9am until 5pm. Also on Friday is a singing group from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. It costs $2 and no experience necessary, it is just a fun relaxed get together to sing. The house is also seeking expressions of interest in attending a permaculture course or learning Zumba. Contact the Forrest and District Neighbourhood House on 5236 6591 or email gbrew@swarh.vic.gov.au for more information. Office hours are Mondays 1-3pm, Tuesdays 9am-12noon, Thursdays 9am4pm.

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Is there a tug-of-war between you and your partner? Do they want more freedom, while you yearn for more commitment? The only solution is to meet them somewhere in the middle. With the moon, retro Mercury and nebulous Neptune all causing mischief in your finance zones, avoid making important money moves. Wait for a more auspicious time.

Does it feel as if your personal and professional lives are at war? Pressure is building at work, but don’t be so busy that you neglect loved ones. Singles – with retro Mercury and Saturn in your romance zones, a new relationship will be a stop/start kind of affair. Find physical outlets for fiery, pent-up energy otherwise an Aries argument or accident is likely.

Trust is a big issue in a romantic or platonic relationship. Avoid the temptation to brood and hold onto grudges. Instead, find room in your heart to forgive and forget. And there’s no escaping money pressures at the moment. Try to organise your life so you have two streams of income coming in – and don’t put all your financial eggs in the one basket!

Ambitious Mars is marching through your career zone so it’s time to be brazenly bold at work. If you’re not confident about your talents and abilities, why should anyone else be? When it comes to your goals and aspirations for the future, it will feel like one step forwards and two steps back as Mercury reverses through your hopes, dreams and wishes zone.

This week’s moon lights up your Brilliant Career zone, so you’re keen to display your talents and shine professionally, as you roll up your sleeves and get to work. You’ll need tones of Taurean tact and patience, as retro Mercury stirs up family members who are already feeling frazzled. Venus will help you find the right words to say at the right time.

Mercury reverses through your sign plus the moon stirs up your relationship zone, so communication will be difficult, as loved ones tell you things you’d rather not hear. They are acting as a mirror so you can learn more about yourself. As fellow Leo Carl Jung explained “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”

The moon stimulates your home zone, so expect the unexpected from loved ones. You’ll also feel unsettled at work, as mischievous Mercury reverses through your career zone. Thursday is danger day, when an angry outburst could put you in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Others will try to push your buttons but think carefully before you react.

Moon madness sees you at your eccentric best and rebellious worst and you may surprise others with your wild and wacky ways - or shock them and do the complete opposite. You’re impatient for change, but don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater! It’s time to be proactive about fitness, as mighty Mars encourages you to be an active Aquarian.

You’re running around multi-tasking all over the place but are you actually getting anything done? Slow down Twins! If you rush money matters, you could end up with a monumental mess on your hands. Communication and travel will be chaotic courtesy of retro Mercury so double-check all arrangements and don’t overlook important minor details.

Virgos are usually rational folk but you may feel mentally confused this week as retrograde Mercury opposes Neptune, and you struggle to separate fact from fiction. Avoid making important decisions that require logical thinking, and double-check all appointments. And put aside time for rest and relaxation, otherwise your stress levels will soar.

Children and teenagers will test the boundaries, even more than usual. If you are firm and flexible a tricky balance then you can guide them through the multitude of changes that are happening. Friendships are in a state of flux and some will end suddenly, while others develop in unexpected ways. Travel arrangements or legal matters may be delayed – yet again.

It’s a fabulous week for creative Piscean projects and spiritual exploration, as the moon activates your intuition and imagination zone. But don’t be a gullible fish and believe everything you hear, especially at work. Misunderstandings are likely with colleagues, unless you get the facts straight. Friday favors friendship and group activities.

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Life Activities Tea Dance

2:30pm-4:30pm at the Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Road. Cost $4, All Welcome. For more information phone 5251 3529

AIREYS INLET Festival of Words 2011

Featuring exhibitions, readings and conversations, live music and more. For more information & booking details visit www.aireysinlet.com.au/words

Saturday August 20

Friends of Eastern Otwayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Walk in the Parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 9:30am-4pm meet at Aireys Inlet Hall. Marengo to Elliot River. Bring morning tea & lunch. For more information contact Lachie 5289 7029

Saturday October 29

Aireys Inlet Primary School Fair

9am at Aireys Inlet Community Hall. Food, rides, stalls & lots of fun! For more information phone 5289 7144

TUESDAYS

The cottage has a host of activities including yoga, table tennis, playgroup, tai chi and childcare. Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9:30am-2:30pm. Phone 5236 3388.

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Mondays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:15am-10:45am Yoga, 1pm Carpet Bowls Tuesdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:30am-11am Weight Watchers, 1pm Bingo Wednesdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11am-12pm Exercises, 1pm Carpet Bowls Thursdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9am-11am Line Dancing, 12:30pm Arts & Crafts, 1:30pm Choir Practice Fridays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1pm Carpet Bowls & Snooker Saturdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1pm Snooker Sundays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10:30am Church Service For more information phone 5251 2983.

WEDNESDAYS

Drysdale T.O.W.N Club

9:30am-10:30am at the Community Hall. For more information phone 0401 732 095

FRESHWATER CREEK

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9am-11am at the Community Hall. For more information contact Karen 0421 797 519 or Kate 0400 726 379

Stepping stones â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a rostered playgroup for three year olds. For more information call 5264 5077 or visit www.fwcss.com.au

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Freshwater Creek Steiner Playgroup

Monday August 22

Playgroup 0-2 years â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Baking, singing, storytelling, free play & craft. For more information call 5264 5077 or visit www.fwcss.com.au

ANGAIR Working Bee

9:30am-11am at Edna Bowman Flora Reserve. Meet at ANGAIR Centre, McMillan Street. For more information visit www.angair.org.au

TUESDAYS

Free Tax Help

Professional and confidential tax preparations for low income earners at the Anglesea & District Community House. Appointments essential. For more information phone 5263 2116 or email admin@anglesea.org.au

Creative Movement & Storey Telling

10am-10:30am at the Anglesea & District Community House. For kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aged between 0-5, cost $3, no bookings required.

THURSDAYS

Tiny Dancers

10am-10:30am at the Anglesea & District Community House. For kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aged between 0-5, cost $3, no bookings required.

BARWON HEADS MONDAYS

Nia Dance for Health & Wellbeing

6pm at Barwon Heads Community Hall. For more information contact Ginny 0413 596 784.

FRIDAYS

Nia Dance for Health & Wellbeing

11:30am at Barwon Heads Community Hall. For more information contact Ginny 0413 596 784.

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Tuesdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7pm-9pm Surrounding for Inner Peace Meditation, bring blanket. Thursdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7am Yoga $10, 1pm Play Mahjong Fridays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:45am Yoga $10 Saturdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:45am Yoga $10 Sundays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3pm Knitting Group

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

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Beginners classes at 7pm and ongoing classes at 8.15pm. At TIA Hall, Price Street. Phone Pauline 5261 3838.

Hatha Yoga

6pm-7:15pm at Spring Creek Community House, Price Street. For more information contact Branka 0414 781 313.

Ballroom Dancing

Ongoing classes at 7.30pm and social dance at 8pm. TIA Hall, Price Street. Phone Pauline 5261 3838.

THURSDAYS

Torquay Central Combined Probus

Second Thursday of every month. For men & women. 9:45am at Lions village, Kooringa Place. New members welcome For more information phone 5261 2989. Expressions of Interest. Thursday evenings, gold coin donation. For bookings & more information contact Kellie 5264 7845 or 0400 907 370.

10am-12pm at RACV Golf Club. FREE For more information contact Jean 5264 7484.

Queenscliff Neighbourhood House at the Beach

For more information phone 5289 2972. Mondays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9am-2pm Occasional Care Tuesdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:30am-11:30am Playgroup $3, 1pm-1:30pm Healthy Lunch Group $7.95

Third Tuesday of every month, 7:30pm in the small meeting room at TIA Hall, Price Street. For more information phone 5261 9143.

Meditation & Philosophy for Beginners

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

Lorne Fig Tree

Spring Creek Community House

Pregnancy, Birth and Post Birth Support Groups

Port Produce

Sounding for inner peace meditation

10am-11am at Lorne Fig Tree. FREE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; For more information phone 5289 2972.

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WEDNESDAYS

Free Hearing Tests for Pensioners

CFA Early Fire Safe

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Monday August 22

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Circle

7:30pm at the Senior Citizens Rooms, Price Street. All Welcome. For more information contact Hazel 5264 7476.

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

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Torquay Garden Club Meeting

Ballroom Dancing

Community Ballroom Dancing Practice Night

WEDNESDAYS

Wednesdays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7pm at the Leopold Sportsmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Fridays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7pm at the Leopold Community Hall For more information contact Rhonda 5250 2340 or 0412 679 369.

TORQUAY Tuesday August 23

TUESDAYS

8:30am-11:30am at Portarlington Primary School Fresh, affordable fruit & vegies direct from growers. New traders welcome. For more information contact Helen 0432 518 014.

Social Ballroom Dance

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

Red Cross Emergency First Aid Team Meeting

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).

FRIDAYS

7:30pm-10:30pm at the Leopold Public Hall. Cost $5, includes supper. For more information contact David 5243 5306.

WEDNESDAYS

Carpet Bowls

Yoga and relaxation

Zumba with Jo

7:15pm-8:15pm at Leopold Community Hall. First class is FREE. For more information contact Jo 0430 543 998.

6pm-7:30pm at the Progress Memorial Hall. Bring a mat and a blanket. For more information contact Judy 5257 1073.

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

MONDAYS

7pm-9pm at the Music Hub, 94 Geelong Road For more information phone 5259 2009.

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Yoga & Relaxation

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These days, people are realising that their largest music library – vinyl records – is gathering dust on a study bookshelf or squirreled away in a crate in the garage. And there’s never been a better time to re-discover what’s hidden within the grooves of your beloved black discs. Modern hi-fi exposes more about your favourite records than you’ve ever heard ‘back in the day’. You might restore your old turntable (or record player) to better-than-new performance or replace it with one of the superb new manual designs from Project or Rega: 2 of the most affordable turntable specialists in the world. A modern turntable drastically reduces the joy-robbing ‘crackle and pop’ that characterizes vinyl records. Sound seems more ‘pure’ and bass clarity sounds more like CDs than old records. And the whole experience of listening to your oldest and dearest recordings – all over again - makes for a great weekend in.

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IN THE last edition of tech talk we talked about the sizes of televisions and ways to pick the right size TV for your room. This week we will cover the differing types of flat panel televisions on the market. The three types that are the most widely available are Plasma, LCD and LED. The most confusing part of the

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One step further for cancer research THE 13th annual Cancer Council Walk to Work Day is taking place on Friday, September 16. And, for the first time, this year participants can raise funds for cancer research, support and services. Organisations are encouraged to support their employees to build regular walking into their daily routines by becoming Walking Workplaces, while individuals are encouraged to put their feet first and register to participate and raise much-needed funds for Cancer Council Australia. Registration is free and those who register will go into a draw to win one of two walking holidays (one in New Zealand and the other in Australia) thanks to GoDo.com.au and Virgin Australia, or one of 100 pairs of Rockport shoes. Every person who registers to participate

Walk to Work day is fast approaching. Will you be hitting the pavement?

will also receive a $25 Rockport voucher. For the first time Walk to Work Day will be actively raising funds for Cancer Council. Upon registration, individuals and workplaces are given the opportunity to build a fundraising page where they can raise funds for Cancer Council by walking to work on Friday, September 16. By registering as a Walking Workplace, organisations of all sizes will receive free information, support and ideas on how they can make walking work in their workplace. There are also opportunities for employers to support the efforts of their staff by matching their fundraising dollar for dollar, or by simply donating to Cancer Council. Cancer Council is the trusted voice on all cancers for all people, investing funds

to find the answers, dispel the myths and guide communities on what they can do to prevent, treat and manage cancer. Sadly, cancer remains one of Australia’s biggest health problems and is expected to claim over 40,000 Australians in 2011. An estimated 114,000 cases of cancer were diagnosed in Australia last year. And one in every two Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. About 30 per cent of cancers can be prevented through living a healthy lifestyle, which includes good nutrition and regular exercise. And for most Australians, walking regularly is the best exercise, especially as it can be built into our daily routines. Visit www.walk.com.au to register as a Walking Workplace, register your individual participation and start fundraising today.

Brain injury awareness in August MORE THAN 500 Australians are living with an acquired brain injury: an injury sustained after birth. Brain injury often affects peoples’ thinking and behaviour making it known for being ‘the invisible disability’. August 15-21 is Brain Injury Awareness Week and looks out for those whose injury is out of site but still needs ongoing support. Tunstall Healthcare supports many people living

with a brain injury, which may have been acquired through stroke, accident, trauma and more. David is in his 40s and experiences drop attacks, meaning he can fall unconscious at any time. A dangerous drop attack he experienced while on his own forced him to move back in with his parents where he could be supervised 24 hours a day. David was frustrated by the reduced independence and the likely need to move into a respite centre for older people, until he found

out about Tunstall’s 24 hour response service and specialty care sensors. While in his home David now wears a fall detector that notifies Tunstall’s response centre when David falls, so his parents can be notified and the necessary assistance organised. “It has saved my life numerous times not only from an assistance point of view but personally,” he said. “I can now live independently in my own home

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Daffodils for a day EVERY DAY 29 Victorian lives are lost to cancer, but thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s one day we can all provide a little hope â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Daffodil Day. On Friday August 26, Cancer Council Victoria will celebrate its 25th anniversary, and council spokesperson Deb Stringer encourages as many people as possible to get on board. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Since Daffodil Day was first held in Australia 25 years ago, we have seen the Federal Government implement nationwide screening programs for breast and cervical cancer, and the beginnings of a national screening program for bowel cancer,â&#x20AC;? Ms Stringer said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But with an ageing population, and the fact that cancer occurs more commonly in older people, the number of people diagnosed with cancer is expected to increase by 40 per cent over the next 10 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The good news is that survival rates are also increasing, meaning more people are living longer after a diagnosis. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At the beginning of the 20th century, a diagnosis of cancer was virtually a death sentence. Today, six out of ten people will not only survive a cancer diagnosis, but live for longer too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This means we need to focus not only on cancer research but on support services for those affected with cancer as well as prevention programs to educate Victorians on ways to reduce their cancer risk.â&#x20AC;? All funds raised through Daffodil

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Local surfers at Australian titles BY SAM SUENDERMANN VICTORIAN surfers are currently fighting it out against Australia’s best at the 2011 Australian long board titles in Port Macquarie. Long board surfing is part of the Australian Surf Festival, which also includes open stand-up paddle and short board surfing. The festival, which runs between August 13 - 27, gives surfers the opportunity to represent their state and test their skills against Australia’s top riders. Surf Coast surfer Greg Brown will be defending his O/45 national title at Port Macquarie. “I really enjoy the camaraderie and the positive and fair competition long boarding offers at a national level,” he said. The female division is particularly strong with Anglesea surfers Molly Powell and Kate Sullivan, Apollo Bay’s Carolyn Lalor and Geelong’s Paige Kilfoyle looking to be prominent figures in the water. Emma Webb will be defending her 2010 Australian Stand Up title and will battle it out against seven other hopeful contenders. Victorian team manager John Ayton is positive Victoria’s leading long boarders will be bringing home the title. “This year we’re taking a strong team up to the Aussie titles,” he said. “We hope to improve on last year’s second place effort in the teams title.” Two new events have been introduced to the surf festival with the running of the Australian Alaia titles and the Australian single-fin titles. Designed by the ancient Hawaiians, Alaias are a finless, thin wooden surfboard suited to gentle waves and mean many surfers can now pull off a series of 360s while on the wave. Surfing NSW events coordinator Luke Madden is excited about the addition of the Alaia division to the surf festival program. “Alaia surfing continues to grow in Australia and - with increasing numbers of participants taking up

Surf Coast surfers earlier this week at Port Macquarie for the Australian Surf Festival, from left, Molly Powell, Gus Webb, Emma Webb, Lucy Ruffy, Paige Kilfoyle, Sam Suendermann and Kate Sullivan.

the surfing discipline - it is only fitting that an Alaia division be added in 2011,” he said. The opening day of the festival saw defending women’s champion Emma Webb from Torquay win her opening round heat. Webb is highly fancied in

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Waves surging toward finals Geelong 4 - 1 Barwon Last year’s grand finalists faced off at Stead Park in a free-flowing game played with the utmost intensity. This game saw no easy ball, with both sides competing for everything to the final whistle in a wonderfully entertaining game. Goals: Antonia Delac, Millie Livesay, Amy Dojcinovski. Bellarine Sharks 2 – 4 Barwon Heads Barwon Heads’ opening goal was scored by young gun Sophorn Thea - her first goal for the

Tigers flexing their claws BY HAMISH BROOKS THE Torquay Cricket Club is dusting off the pads, shaking out the winter stiffness and looking to go one better this season. Preseason training begins on Sunday, August 28, for the Tigers with sessions geared around getting the team match-ready for the first game of the season. Captain-coach Mark Zahra said the side was looking to build on last year’s preliminary final appearance by playing off for the flag. “We’re probably starting training a little later than other clubs as we’ve got a fair few players still playing football,” he said. “We’ll probably condense it a bit so we get the same number of sessions in as other clubs.” New players are encouraged to attend and join a number of new recruits, one of whom is an international who plays second XI county cricket for Lancashire in England. The club fields four senior teams, Under 17s, 15s, 13s, 11s and intercricket for very young. The club’s first session is for the seniors and Under 17s at Torquay Cricket Ground, Spring Creek Reserve Torquay, with dates for junior sign ups to be announced down the track. The first practice match is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, against Sydehamn at Grossman’s Cottage Ground. For more information contact Mark Zahra, 0434 532 582 or visit www.torquaycricketclub.com.au

than their first grand final appearance in 2008. There is no doubt they are contenders this year – but face some tough opposition with Geelong, Breakwater, Deakin and Barwon also in the race.

Hammerheads. Sharks equalized through Candice McNamara before Sharon Bear scored a cracker to put the Hammerheads a goal up. McNamara scored again for the Sharks, but goals to Amy Ralph and Chelsea Hutton – another debut scorer - secured victory.

Deakin University 3 - 0 Geelong Rangers In a scrappy game against the struggling Rangers, Deakin were guilty of shooting straight at the keeper many times - but eventually ran out winners. Goals: Maddy Filbay, Jana Trimevski and Jacqui Denning.

Surfside Waves 9 - 0 Corio Bay Cobras Surfside Waves put in a fine display to keep in touch with Geelong at the top of the table. The Waves are surging toward the finals, hoping to go one better

Barwon Heads’ Chelsea Hutton on her way to scoring her debut goal.

10/10 for Waves Senior Men: Surfside 1 - 0 Barwon Heads The local derby was a tight tussle, with the Waves winning by the narrowest of margins. This makes it ten in a row for Surfside, who march on to the finals with great confidence and playing some great football. Senior Women: Surfside 9 - 0 Corio Bay The Waves continued their great form and are really starting to click as a unit, which sets them up to feature prominently in the final series. U17 Boys: Surfside 3 - 12 North Geelong Warriors Despite starting really well, the undermanned

Waves were overrun late in the first half.

U15 Boys: Surfside 1 - 2 Geelong Rangers The Rangers ended the Waves’ ten game winning streak in a game played to very high standards. The Waves need to regroup and prepare for the upcoming finals to capitalise on a great season. U13 Boys: Surfside 1 - 2 Bellarine Sharks A close encounter saw the Waves go down 2-1. U15 Girls: Surfside 5 - 0 Lara The Waves’ surge to the finals continued with a terrific game and great teamwork. A two-goal first half set the tone, before three more in the second

half sealed the match. The back line stood strong and kept the Lara attackers at bay.

U13 Girls: Surfside 3 - 0 Bell Park Blue Another impressive result secures top spot on the ladder with the girls eagerly awaiting the finals Small Sided Games The little Waves continue to excel and enjoy their weekly encounters. It’s great to see players (and parents) getting so much enjoyment from the great game. U11 Red v Barwon Yellow U11 Blue v Breakwater Eagles U9 v Bellarine Sharks

SCFC boys are coasting U12 Boys: Surf Coast Blue 3 - 1 Lara A match played in great spirit, with a number of chances produced by both teams. Surf Coast Blue now prepare for another showdown with Surf Coast Yellow. U12 Boys: Surf Coast Yellow 1 - 0 Barwon Surf Coast went ahead in the first half, and both

teams fought hard in the second before Surf Coast’s goalkeeper Patrick Voorhoeve made the save of the season to deny Barwon. U13 Girls: Surf Coast 1 - 2 Barwon A great defensive game saw Barwon take the points, but a determined Surf Coast got one back in the second, in what was a great game for both

teams. U13 Division 1 Boys: Surf Coast 6 - 1 Geelong An aggressive game from the first whistle, with several shots going wide of the net. Tackles and passes were more accurate than strikes, but Surf Coast still managed to get some past the keeper.

NETBALL SCORES ROUND 17 A GRADE CUP ANGLESEA 56 V QUEENSCLIFF 33

Howard. NEWCOMB: S. O’Keefe, A. Jennings.

OCEAN GROVE 44 V TORQUAY 57

GOALS: ANGLESEA: M. Savage 19, B. Caldwell 17, E. Rice 13, S. Benney 7. QUEENSCLIFF: L. Dick 15, R. McDonald 10, L. Dreher 8. BEST: ANGLESEA: S. Gale, M. GEELONG AMATEUR 65 V PORTARLINGTON 46 Savage, B. Caldwell. QUEENSCLIFF: E. Allen, R. Godfrey, GOALS: GEELONG AMATEUR: J. Lowe 48, R. Thompson L. Hedley. 9, L. Flynn 8. PORTARLINGTON: N. Nicholls 24, C. Bull 22. BEST: GEELONG AMATEUR: J. Lowe, N. Preece, DRYSDALE 52 V MODEWARRE 45 D. Sgarbi. PORTARLINGTON: K. Crewther, L. Brody, R. GOALS: DRYSDALE: N. Cooke 28, J. Maddock 9, M. Reynolds. Cartwright 8, H. Kennedy 7. MODEWARRE: S. Fisher 27, C. Graham 12, J. Riddle 6. BEST: DRYSDALE: N. Cooke, H. Kennedy, J. Maddock. MODEWARRE: B. Minne, S. O’Connor, E. Ovens. Anglesea 47 V Queenscliff 32

B GRADE

NEWCOMB 39 V BARWON HEADS 62

GOALS: BARWON HEADS: R. Whitehead 45, S. Howard 17. NEWCOMB: E. Schaeffer 32, A. Jennings 5, K. Degoldi 2. BEST: BARWON HEADS: Z. Miles, J. Davis, S.

C GRADE

Anglesea 25 V Queenscliff 14 GOALS: TORQUAY: E. Moerenhout 34, J. Warnes 23. Drysdale 24 V Modewarre 12 OCEAN GROVE: E. Foott 25, T. Birch 19. BEST: TORQUAY: Geelong Amateur 34 V Portarlington 9 J. Warnes, S. Masek, A. Masek. OCEAN GROVE: E. Foott, Newcomb 17 V Barwon Heads 23 Ocean Grove 25 V Torquay 16 B. Fankhauser, S. Degenaro.

Drysdale 42 V Modewarre 25 Geelong Amateur 57 V Portarlington 24 Newcomb 26 V Barwon Heads 37 Ocean Grove 17 V Torquay 47

D GRADE Anglesea 31 V Queenscliff 18 Drysdale 37 V Modewarre 22 Geelong Amateur 36 V Portarlington 11 Newcomb 28 V Barwon Heads 16 Ocean Grove 25 V Torquay 32

UNDER 19S Anglesea 30 V Queenscliff 21 Drysdale 58 V Modewarre 18 Geelong Amateur 50 V Portarlington 38 Newcomb 14 V Barwon Heads 38 Ocean Grove 26 V Torquay 17

UNDER 17S (SECTION 1) Anglesea 31 V Queenscliff 28 Drysdale 53 V Modewarre 16 Geelong Amateur 38 V Portarlington 25 Ocean Grove 25 V Torquay 20 Barwon Heads V Bye

UNDER 17S (SECTION 2) Anglesea 9 V Queenscliff 29 Drysdale V Bye Geelong Amateur 28 V Portarlington 12 Ocean Grove 26 V Torquay 20 Barwon Heads 22 V Newcomb 23

UNDER 15S (SECTION 1) Anglesea 37 V Queenscliff 13 Drysdale V Bye Geelong Amateur 9 V Portarlington 20 Ocean Grove 23 V Torquay 23 Barwon Heads V Bye

UNDER 15S (SECTION 2) Anglesea 17 V Queenscliff 33 Drysdale V Bye Geelong Amateur 20 V Portarlington 12 Ocean Grove 18 V Torquay 24 Newcomb 30 V Barwon Heads 28

UNDER 13S (SECTION 1) Queenscliff 25 V Anglesea 17 Drysdale V Bye Geelong Amateur 15 V Portarlington 35 Ocean Grove 23 V Torquay 27 Newcomb 14 V Barwon Heads 34

UNDER 13S (SECTION 2) Queenscliff 20 V Anglesea 10 Drysdale 24 V Modewarre 3 Geelong Amateur 8 V Portarlington 22 Ocean Grove 20 V Torquay 21 Newcomb 6 V Barwon Heads 23

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ANGLESEA GOLF CLUB

Anglesea Golf Club Golf Links Road, Anglesea Clubhouse: 5263 1582 Pro Shop: 5263 1951 Email: info@angleseagolfclub.com.au Web: www.angleseagolfclub.com.au

IT WAS the end of an era the week as Ian Dodgshun handed in his keys to the Pro Shop. Ian has been the club professional for 33 years and many of us will remember how welcoming he has been to new members in particular. Before the days of the time sheets on the web he was very helpful in making sure the newbies, like myself, were teamed up with a group with the patience to handle an inconsistent high handicapper. The men will miss his presentations on Wednesday and all his stories. His last presentation was to have been Wednesday, but with the midday downpour the competition was called off, so the only presentation was to Ian rather than from Ian! Ian was presented with a view of the golf club not often seen - from above. We hope Ian has fond memories and we thank him for his enormous contribution to the club over such a long time. This week we welcome our new Professional Steve

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WITH MARGOT SMITH

2 Sands Boulevarde, Torquay Clubhouse: 5264 3333 Pro Shop: 5264 3307 Golf Memberships: 5264 3304 Email: sands@peppers.com.au Web: www.thesandstorquay.com

Weekend Golf Saturday was the Surf Club day and an opportunity to stroll the course, partake in oysters and vodka, ‘gourmet’ hamburgers and beer at the 10th, followed by the excitement of raffles - at least for the winners - all in aid of the Anglesea Surf Club. The event is

conditions. Bradley Yewers (21) from Warrnambool GC was victorious with 44 points on count-back from Laurie Taylor. Sally Torney (31) won for the girls with 31 points. Warren Harris and Sally Torney won the NTPs. Mike Brady fought hard to take out the final of the Clive Martella Cup on Friday afternoon, defeating Shaun Litaize on the 19th hole. Well done Mike. Weekend results 4BBB stableford was played in mild conditions on Saturday with very high scores coming in. Peter Kaan and Stuart Robinson won the days comp with 54 points ahead of Peter Hehir and Howard Randall’s 53 points. In third place was Jeff Welsh and Peter Guild with 52 points with Alan Tompkin and Henry Kelly finishing fourth. NTP’s were won by Barry Grigg at the 2nd, Angelo Facchini at the 4th, Rob Young at the 11th and Garry Bath at the 17th. The jackpot at the 8th went to Rob Young who must have had a great day. There were two eagles for the day, Doug McGregor at the 18th and

Men’s Competition Michael Saba, playing off a handicap of four, won the black tee comp with a terrific score of two-up from Ben Eccles and Dean Bernasconi who both finished on one-up, off a handicap of plus one. They are obviously continuing on from their great pennant form. Kristen Gleeson also finished at one-up. There was a runaway winner for the blue tee compeition with Martin Ward having a wonderful round to win with seven-up from Russell McFarlane and

George Raeside who both finished with five-up. Age took on youth with Darrell and Mark Eccles playing along side Ben and James Eccles. The teenagers played off the black tees and took the money from their more senior playing partners. Gavin Sheahan won NTP on the 5th, Ian Rice on the 7th, Charlie Celi hit a ripper on the 13th, while Terry Beggs took the honours on the 17th. It was a wintry day for the men on Wednesday. Congratulations to John McKoy who had double reason to celebrate winning the stableford comp, lowering his handicap to 8.8 from 27 two years ago. Malcolm Johnson also had a great score-finishing runner-up with 37 points. Graeme Chisholm had a day to remember, scoring nine points on his first nine, but coming home with 23 points, including NTP on the 5th. John Ramsey won NTP on the 13th. Women’s Competition The women played a three-player, team-aggregate

SURFCAST AUG 17 20 wednesday

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Golf club We have new clothing stock that has arrived including Cutter and Buck pants for the ladies and Oakley Fingerprint shorts for the men. There is also 30 percent off sunglasses. So come in to the pro shop and have a look at our new range. Golf Week entry forms are now available at the club or on the club website. Golf Week will be held from Sunday-to-Sunday, October 2 to 9. All golfers with a handicap are welcome.

stableford event on Thursday in sunny conditions. The trio of Karin Weise, Marianne Bridgart and Gail Richards easily won the event with 99 points from Beverley Dimmick, Ros Baylis and Sally Ludlow on 93. The NTP’s went to Merle Whitnall and Dot Tattersall. The women’s field continues to grow on a Saturday, which is terrific, and we hope this trend will continue. The women played stableford and Jill Lyell from Medway Golf Club won the event with 34 points from a group of seven players on 31 points. Linda Turner was runner up on a count-back. Pro Shop The Pro Shop continues to receive new shipments of clothing and accessories so come in and have a look at the new arrivals. For those playing in the Holden Scramble and wish to outfit their team in a particular colour or style, the Pro Shop is offering a 25 percent discount on men’s and women’s shirts. This is a great opportunity to make your team stand out on Saturday.

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Tony Mensch at the 7th. For the girls, Ainsley McCallum and Jenni Cottrill triumphed with 45 points. NTP’s went to Julie Rogers, Deb Shoesmith and Sue Booth. Sunday golfers enjoyed another sunny fine day. The Men’s winner with a great score of 11-up was Chris Oliver (I’m sure that practice on Friday must have helped). Karen Minch was the girls winner with two-up. Wayne Olney scored a fine eagle at the 3rd and the NTPs were won by Ron Fish on the 4th hole and Trevor Butler on the 8th.

FROM THE PRO SHOP

IT HAS been a busy week at The Sands with some great scoring, and a fantastic response to this Saturday’s Holden Scramble. We also welcomed a new family of cygnets, which are thriving out on the back nine. More than 25 teams have entered for The Scramble - an ambrose format where the winner progresses through to the next round, accompanied by club professional Darrel Brown. Hard to pick a winner but the pressure will be on Tybin as he tries to bring his team home.

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Midweek Results With the men calling off their round on Wednesday it was left to the ladies to produce midweek results. The ladies played Par and the winners for the day were Margot Parton in Division 1 with square, Janice Calvert in Division 2 with 1-up and president Beatrice Stephens in Division 3 with 1-down on a count back from Judy Clark. NTPs were Ann Stokes, Judy Talbot and Margot Parton on both holes on the back nine.

always well supported by members and they always seem to take home a few of the golf prizes. This year it was Jeff and Jenny Inman, Janice Calvert and her buddy Jill Emerson, and Dale Saunders and his partner. We had a small field for Sunday along with the semi finals of the Chas Gibbs. With the course drying out the scores have been improving, particularly for the ladies. Dinah Kosky was the best of the ladies with 40 points and for the men the winners were Daniel Wright in A Grade with 42 points, David Hitchcock in B Grade with 41 points, and Geoff Trethowan in C Grade with 38 points. NTPs were Peter Hester, Carl Rayner, your scribe and Dinah Kosky. Our finalists for the Chas Gibbs on Saturday are Colin Kosky and Roger Trevaskis as they dispatched there opponents David Lewis and Raymondo Shaw this week. Watch out for entry forms for Open Week. They will be available on the web and from the office on Friday.

WITH MICHAEL CLANCY

Midweek results THE GIRLS played 4BBB Par on Tuesday in lovely sunny conditions. The winners in 0-60 Div were Trudy Bath (23) and Sue Barnes (29) with a great score of nineup, winning on count back from Kathy Simson (26) and Dee Matheson (13). Alma Robertson (34) partnered with Lorna Cook (39) to score eight-up to take out the 61-90 Div on count back from Heather Hudler and Wendie McGregor. NTP winners were Lesley Grebe at the 2nd, Joye Burton at the 4th and Trish Morris at the 17th. Jackpots went to Kathy Simson and Lesley Beltrame. The Men contested Par on a wet Wednesday. The winner of A Grade was Matt Carboon (6), returning to form with seven-up. Johnny Quirk (21) continued his winning roll scoring 11-up to triumph in B Grade. NTP’s went to Philip Brown at the 2nd, Geoff Lamont at the 4th, Philip Smith at the 11th and Peter Garland at the 17th. The Jackpot Hole was won by Andrew Groom. Stableford was played on Friday in excellent

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BELLARINE FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES ROUND 17 FIRST GRADE Queenscliff Anglesea

5.2 1.3

9.6 3.3

Ocean Grove: N. Rankin, L. Polgar, N. Giddings, N. Walter, J. Bennett, P. Dreher.

10.7 13.15 6.6 7.9

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GOALS: Queenscliff: D. Chaplin-Burch 6, R. Holmes 3, C. Caldwell 2, N. Orvis 1, L. Orvis 1. Anglesea: B. Donald 4, D. Mensch 2, T. Eckersley 1. BEST: Queenscliff: T. Buckland, S. Owen, R. Holmes, S. Whitelaw, D. Measures, T. Limb. Anglesea: J. Whitten, B. Baldwinson, D. Whitten, L. Adams, A. Lynch, B. Donald.

Geelong Amateur Portarlington

10.2 17.6 22.11 31.18 (204) 2.0 4.1 4.1 7.2 (44)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: J. Tom 11, D. Zaparenkov 7, S. Clark 3, R. Ferguson 3, T. McArlein 2, J. Mountjoy 2, S. Goddard 2, M. Wood 1. Portarlington: R. Davis 1, B. Colenso 1, R. Westman 1, G. Brody 1, J. Malseed 1, G. Morton 1, H. Finnigan 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: Portarlington: G. Brody, T. Driver, D. Morton, S. Ward, H. Finnigan, M. McNeill.

Ocean Grove Torquay

2.4 2.0

6.4 6.3

11.7 13.11 8.5 11.8

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GOALS: Ocean Grove: B. Ricardo 2, J. Dalton 2, T. Gavin 2, D. Maloney 2, J. Stapleton 2, S. Fankhauser 1, R. O’Callaghan 1, S. Maloney 1. Torquay: S. Hughes 4, A. Bird 3, D. Taylor 2, B. Wall 1, M. Fowkes 1. BEST: Ocean Grove: B. Lynch, T. Foott, S. Rankin, S. Fairway, H. Foott, J. Dalton. Torquay: T. Bird, M. Fowkes, J. Hobbs, J. Gray, S. Hughes, T. Carty.

Barwon Heads Newcomb Power

2.6 1.1

4.8 5.5

9.13 13.16 8.10 12.11

(94) (83)

GOALS: Barwon Heads: L. Michell 4, D. Johnston 2, N. Hill 2, J. Fahey 1, D. Holland 1, R. Wallace 1, J. Taylor 1, S. Schaller 1. Newcomb Power: M. Cherry 3, T. Lothian 2, M. Egan 2, R. Smith 1, L. Morrison 1, R. Brady 1, D. Wight 1, A. Jamieson 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: D. Holland, S. Herbison, L. Michell, T. Knights, N. McIver, R. Wallace. Newcomb Power: M. Cherry, A. Jamieson, L. Morrison, C. Morrison, M. Egan, C. Rossiello.

Drysdale Modewarre

8.2 3.4

15.3 17.7 23.8 7.4 7.7 8.9

(146) (57)

GOALS: Drysdale: P. Davis 7, J. Wilson 3, J. Simons 3, M. Scott 3, T. McGuire 1, D. Tester 1, N. Malcher 1, B. Taylor 1, B. Carmichael 1, M. Baden 1, A. White 1. Modewarre: M. Sproule 2, A. Leslie 1, C. Ovens 1, J. Finch 1, J. O’Hanlon 1, T. Wood 1, J. Higgins 1. BEST: Drysdale: B. Taylor, B. Carmichael, P. Davis, N. Malcher, J. Basterfield, J. Hopgood. Modewarre: A. Leslie, K. Pickering, M. Sproule, J. Claffey, C. Woods.

RESERVE GRADE Anglesea Queenscliff

1.3 4.4

5.3 5.4

8.3 8.6

10.6 8.8

(66) (56)

GOALS: Anglesea: R. Eddy 4, T. Barton 2, T. Leeds 1, W. Bingham 1, M. Mastwyk 1, S. Herben 1. Queenscliff: B. Hood 2, N. Neville 2, J. Callahan 1, A. Kemp 1, L. Naylor 1, G. Burgoyne 1. BEST: Anglesea: R. Bonner, T. Farrar, K. Mahoney, M. Mastwyk, A. Winter, O. Mackay. Queenscliff: N. Neville, S. Ferrier, M. Limb, W. Bennett, N. Cohen, H. Waddell.

Geelong Amateur Portarlington

6.10 10.16 17.22 25.28 (178) 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.1 (7)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: N. Reid 9, A. Hawker 4, L. Hollis 3, P. Statham 3, J. Simson 2, J. Vince 2, P. Kopke 1, A. Widdicombe 1. Portarlington: B. Peck 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: N. Reid, A. Coulter, B. Shell, J. Friend, P. Statham, T. Legoe. Portarlington: R. Ivermee, S. Paul, B. Peck, T. Singleton, S. Rohan, P. Barrah.

Torquay Ocean Grove

4.1 3.1

6.6 7.3

9.7 11.13 11.4 11.5

(79) (71)

GOALS: Torquay: M. Duckworth 6, P. MacDonald 2, M. Brown 1, A. Hann 1, A. Hann 1. Ocean Grove: T. McManus 3, P. Maloney 2, S. Jack 2, A. Lowson 1, C. Place 1, K. Montgomery 1, S. Van Deuren 1. BEST: Torquay: M. Duckworth, M. Brown, A. Hann, J. Donaldson, T. Lovell. Ocean Grove: M. Gorski, P. West, A. Lowson, R. Portelli, P. Maloney, S. Jack.

Barwon Heads Newcomb Power

3.1 1.1

9.2 2.1

11.7 13.11 4.4 7.4

(89) (46)

GOALS: Barwon Heads: C. Durran 6, J. Wilkie 3, T. Pocock 2, N. Peter 1, A. Walsgott 1. Newcomb Power: P. Vigilante 5, G. Mathews 1, A. Doyle 1. BEST: Barwon Heads: C. Durran, G. Hill, J. Hunt, A. Walsgott, T. Webb, J. Wilkie. Newcomb Power: P. Vigilante, A. Doyle, M. Foot, J. Brown, A. Block, D. Williamson.

Modewarre Drysdale

2.7 1.2

6.8 2.4

9.10 9.11 4.7 9.9

(65) (63)

GOALS: Modewarre: S. Hovey 3, P. Moorfoot 1, J. Ibbs 1, J. Chafer 1, S. Dellow 1, G. Elkington 1, J. Fraser 1. Drysdale: S. Nelis 3, D. Ball 2, X. Wilson 2, K. Flynn 1, J. Binder 1. BEST: Modewarre: L. Waters, M. Clay, D. Trebilcock, C. Robinson, J. Ibbs, B. Lang. Drysdale: E. Hill, J. Binder, J. O’Dowd, G. Smethurst, X. Wilson, B. Flynn.

UNDER 18S Torquay Anglesea

8.1 1.2

10.6 14.9 18.13 (121) 2.3 4.4 5.4 (34)

GOALS: Torquay: J. Powell 4, D. Allitt 3, J. Dawson 3, D. Thornton 3, M. Burns 2, A. Denton 1, M. Ludbrook 1, T. Sandri 1. Anglesea: A. Cooper 4, T. Leeds 1. BEST: Torquay: J. Tweeddale, A. Denton, J. Dawson, M. Burns, J. Powell, D. Ludbrook. Anglesea: C. Abbey, D. Cooper, R. Woolley, T. Leeds, D. Taylor, J. Armstrong.

Geelong Amateur Ocean Grove

4.1 0.0

5.3 0.3

5.6 5.5

7.10 5.8

(52) (38)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur: A. Widdicombe 2, R. Fagan 1, T. Chisholm 1, J. Simson 1, J. Carnell 1, W. Kelly 1. Ocean Grove: A. Higgins 2, N. Rankin 1, J. Bennett 1, P. Dreher 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur: D. Mulgrew, M. Cramp, A. Hickey, J. Carnell, M. Furlan, A. Widdicombe.

Drysdale Modewarre

8.6 1.0

14.13 21.18 29.24 (198) 2.0 2.0 2.2 (14)

GOALS: Drysdale: B. Ryan 5, B. Dinneen 4, J. Wilson 3, B. Allison 3, R. Binder 2, M. Woods 2, D. McGill 2, J. Daffy 1, S. Bensted 1, T. Johnson 1, S. Dunne 1, B. Trewhella 1, L. Patten 1, J. Halsall 1. Modewarre: BEST: Drysdale: M. Pigott, D. McGill, R. Binder, M. Woods, L. Patten, J. Daffy Modewarre: M. Marino, J. Rutherford, J. Ibbs, J. Harman, T. Wemyss.

UNDER 18S B Queenscliff Drysdale 2

2.4 0.2

5.5 1.5

7.10 8.11 4.6 5.7

(59) (37)

GOALS: Queenscliff: R. Grout 2, L. Cohen 2, L. Gibbs 2, V. Clementson 1, J. Glew 1. Drysdale 2: J. Esler 1, D. Barmby 1, L. Stafford 1, N. Budzienny 1, C. Halsall 1. BEST: Queenscliff: L. Cohen, S. Torrance, V. Clementson, B. Jennings, B. Westman, J. Pritchard. Drysdale 2: M. Gordon, D. Barmby, D. Brunt, J. Stent, J. Crerar.

St Mary’s 2 Portarlington

6.0 0.1

12.4 15.10 22.13 (145) 2.2 2.3 3.3 (21)

GOALS: St Mary’s 2: J. Ryan 6, R. McMahon 4, T. Ryan 3, J. Cuthbertson-Kerr 2, D. Krastins 2, A. Bousejaan 2, J. Stubbings 1, R. Cleary 1, B. Vredenbregt 1. Portarlington: D. Foott 1, B. Ward 1, L. Smith 1. BEST: St Mary’s 2: J. Ryan, L. Nilon, B. McCarthy, R. Nunan, M. Wakefield, B. Vredenbregt. Portarlington: D. Ryan, B. Ward, M. Dickenson, S. Gibbons, M. Sprigg, J. Maloney.

South Barwon 2 Torquay 2

5.2 2.0

8.3 3.0

11.8 16.10 (106) 3.0 3.2 (20)

GOALS: South Barwon 2: B. Findlay 5, C. Findlay 2, W. delRio 2, T. Dodds 2, D. Stirling 1, M. Dunstan 1, L. Ibbotson 1, D. Anastasopoulos 1, L. Edwards 1. Torquay 2: P. Slaven 2, N. Smith 1. BEST: South Barwon 2: W. delRio, B. Findlay, J. Tinta, C. Robinson, L. Dooley, L. Clark. Torquay 2: L. Draper, T. Moore-Lucas, R. McKiernan, H. Wall, P. Slaven, D. Barber.

UNDER 16S (DIV 1) Bell Park 1 South Barwon 1

2.2 1.0

4.6 3.1

8.10 12.14 5.1 6.1

(86) (37)

GOALS: Bell Park 1: T. Manganelli 3, R. Vacirca 3, K. Collins 2, P. Bright 1, J. Maclean 1, A. Gillett 1, S. Durham 1. South Barwon 1: M. Trezise 4, E. Baker 1, M. Gladwell 1. BEST: Bell Park 1: T. Manganelli, T. Mathieson, P. Bright, K. Smiljanic, J. Brauman, R. Vacirca. South Barwon 1: N. Gowers, J. Tompkins, F. Fort, B. Verfurth, N. Hampton, E. Baker.

Ocean Grove 1 Torquay 1

3.2 0.0

6.6 0.1

7.7 4.3

9.8 6.7

(62) (43)

GOALS: Ocean Grove 1: Z. Henderson 5, S. Dedini 2, C. West 1, M. Caldow 1. Torquay 1: J. Bienefelt 2, R. Harrison 1, J. Flannery 1, C. Williamson 1, C. Voss 1. BEST: Ocean Grove 1: K. McNally, T. Bean, Z. Henderson, Z. Cordy, O. Doyle, C. Durran. Torquay 1: P. Haysham, R. Harrison, L. Guest, N. Clarke, N. Vasey, J. Bienefelt.

St Mary’s 1 Drysdale 1

4.2 2.0

4.6 2.1

8.9 2.2

9.12 5.7

(66) (37)

GOALS: St Mary’s 1: J. Travaglini 4, H. McMahon 2, W. Hardiman 1, K. Higgins 1, H. Dolley 1. Drysdale 1: M. Patten 3, N. Cini 1, B. Thompson 1. BEST: St Mary’s 1: H. McMahon, J. Travaglini, Y. He, C. Fowler, C. Hyde, W. Hardiman. Drysdale 1: D. Tabakovic, W. Armstrong, J. Rushton, M. Patten, J. Trezise, R. Patten.

St Joseph’s 1 2.4 Geelong Amateur 1 2.1

4.8 3.2

7.12 10.15 5.2 7.6

(75) (48)

1, M. Spence 1. North Geelong: J. Yates 3, L. Mann 2, C. Carruthers 1, B. Boothroyd 1. BEST: Portarlington: M. Spence, L. Vagg, T. Morgan, S. Beeston, J. King, N. Livermore. North Geelong: C. Riccardi, R. Bedford-Van Parreren, L. Mann, C. Hynes, B. Owen, L. O’Connor.

R. Mathieson 4, S. Gilmore 2, A. Vacirca 1, D. Palmer 1, J. Reid 1. BEST: Torquay 1: D. Ball, J. Bennett, J. Tolley, B. McNamara, C. Williams, M. Dick. Bell Park 1: R. Mathieson, C. Elmer, A. Down, A. Javni, D. Palmer, J. Feldman.

GOALS: N&C Red: D. Troop 5, B. Dreimanis-Beach 2, J. Flaccavento 2, B. Spicer 1, Z. Mathieson 1, T. Whittington 1, C. Burbury 1. Modewarre: BEST: N&C Red:D. Troop, A. Hyslop, Z. Herman, H. Barclay, B. Thomas, S. Abley. Modewarre: Z. Wemyss, A. Pickering, S. Fowkes, A. Collins, J. Penny.

GOALS: South Barwon 1: H. Murrell 3, B. Blair 3, M. Kent 2, K. O’Neil 1, J. Gawne 1, W. Ford 1, R. Moore 1. St Joseph’s 1: S. Simpson 1, K. Cuolahan 1, M. Bird 1, S. Holroyd 1, J. Goldsworthy 1, P. Kelleher 1. BEST: South Barwon 1: C. Buchanan, T. Keogh, J. Syddall, H. Murrell, R. Moore, K. O’Neil. St Joseph’s 1: J. McLachlan, S. Holroyd, M. Bird, J. Pelletier, S. Simpson, P. Kelleher.

N&C Red Modewarre

2.7 0.2

Anglesea St Mary’s 2

6.4 0.0

5.8 0.6

6.4 3.7

8.11 12.13 0.6 0.8

9.4 10.5 4.10 6.14

(85) (8)

(65) (50)

GOALS: Anglesea: N. Cooper 5, B. Tekin 3, D. Midolo 2. St Mary’s 2: H. Scott 3, B. Webb 1, K. Carnell 1, S. Dempster 1. BEST: Anglesea: D. Midolo, T. Giri, B. Tekin, S. Leeds, N. Cooper, D. Kerr. St Mary’s 2: D. McMahon, H. Kol, S. Dempster, H. Scott, D. Brice, N. Powell.

UNDER 16S (DIV 4) Geelong Amateur 2 5.3 Bannockburn 2.0

9.6 2.0

13.8 16.11 (107) 4.0 4.1 (25)

GOALS: Geelong Amateur 2: Z. Sheahan 7, D. Dunoon 5, I. Crawley 2, M. Garratt 1, F. Tucker 1. Bannockburn: B. Vicars 2, J. Varcoe 1, S. Coppe 1. BEST: Geelong Amateur 2: I. Crawley, Z. Sheahan, H. Kershaw, D. Edwards, M. Defina, D. Dunoon. Bannockburn: J. Varcoe, L. McClounan, T. Donovan, J. Mase, J. Crulci, J. Fedley.

GWSP Ocean Grove 2

1.2 1.0

4.3 1.1

7.4 2.2

7.5 4.2

(47) (26)

GOALS: GWSP: D. Rayner 2, D. Plut 1, J. Davies 1, C. Huntly-Mitchell 1, H. Reader 1, N. Cavallo 1. Ocean Grove 2: J. Benjamin 2, B. Fendyk 1, M. Gibbs 1. BEST: GWSP: H. Leech, B. Gromilic, H. Reader, J. Ervacinovic, K. Connor-Kent, K. Morell. Ocean Grove 2: B. Fendyk, C. Herron, J. Graauwmans, J. Stirling, C. Guina, T. Featherby.

Torquay 2 Grovedale 2

2.1 1.6

4.4 2.8

6.4 8.8 3.13 5.14

(56) (44)

GOALS: Torquay 2: P. Binyon 3, C. MacDonald 2, J. Newell 2, W. Campbell 1. Grovedale 2: R. Cole 2, L. Bastin 1, S. Begley 1, B. Dale 1. BEST: Torquay 2: M. Robb, J. Looker, J. Sykes, P. Binyon, C. Dawson, W. Campbell. Grovedale 2: S. Begley, R. Cole, J. Cobb, J. Watson, H. Fedley.

Sth Barwon 2 Corio

5.4 1.1

10.11 17.15 24.18 (162) 2.1 2.1 3.3 (21)

GOALS: South Barwon 2: J. Santuccione 3, H. Purcell 3, J. Ware 2, A. Livingston 2, H. Paulus 2, J. Olsen 2, C. Toomey 1, J. Gilmore 1, T. Johnson 1, R. Amiet 1, T. Smith 1, J. Pelchen 1, L. Nagle 1, L. Maynard 1, S. Lowe 1, F. Neal 1. Corio: B. O’Toole 2, L. Turner 1. BEST: South Barwon 2: J. Santuccione, L. Nagle, F. Neal, S. Lowe, H. Purcell, J. Ware. Corio: N. VanDerPol, C. Brown, M. Gerrard, J. Tabor, N. Smith, J. Herewini.

UNDER 16 (DIV 5) Lara 2 Leopold 2

2.6 2.2

5.9 2.3

10.14 13.17 2.5 3.7

(95) (25)

East Geelong Winchelsea

3.6 0.0

9.12 12.13 16.14 (110) 1.1 4.4 5.8 (38)

St Joseph’s 2 Bell Park 2

3.3 0.1

5.8 1.2

GOALS: Winchelsea: J. Dunkley 4, T. Sauni 1. BEST: Winchelsea: S. Kelly, J. Dunkley, E. Fletcher, M. Buhrmann, K. Berg, T. Sauni

11.10 17.12 (114) 2.3 4.3 (27)

GOALS: St Joseph’s 1: D. Gardiner 4, J. Allen 2, R. Adams 1, J. Lindrea 1, J. Darke 1, L. Devine 1. Geelong Amateur 1: D. Batarilo 4, O. Friend 1, L. Walsh 1, B. Sutterby 1. BEST: St Joseph’s 1: R. Bowdern, L. Maddock, J. Darke, J. Dumont, T. West, D. Gardiner. Geelong Amateur 1: D. Batarilo, B. Sutterby, L. West, M. Walsh, R. Dickson, N. Nott.

GOALS: St Joseph’s 2: B. Kiss 3, R. Baverstock 3, N. Jones 2, S. Gardiner 2, O. Ramia 2, B. Hyde 2, D. Kozina 1, O. Gruszak 1, J. Monkivitch 1. Bell Park 2: T. Horan 1, K. Bartholomeusz 1, Z. Mc Ivor 1, J. O’Brien 1. BEST: St Joseph’s 2: L. Dillon, R. Baverstock, C. Martella, M. Everett, D. Kozina, J. Hayes. Bell Park 2: A. Costello, J. O’Brien, D. Tattersall, Z. Mc Ivor, T. Horan, H. Glenny.

UNDER 16S (DIV 2)

UNDER 16 (DIV 6)

Belmont Lions Barwon Heads 1

1.2 2.1

5.3 3.2

5.4 5.3

7.10 6.3

(52) (39)

GOALS: Belmont Lions: M. Boal 1, J. Walmsley 1, H. Walsh 1, M. Harrison 1, L. Ellis 1, B. Watkins 1, W. Thompson 1. Barwon Heads 1: B. Eddy 2, B. Michell 1, T. Miles 1, Z. Porter 1, S. Everett 1. BEST: Belmont Lions: H. Walsh, L. Ellis, B. Watkins, M. Boal, R. Stark, C. Dyett. Barwon Heads 1: T. Jackson, S. Everett, T. McGuinness, D. Davis, T. Ollis.

Grovedale 1 Lara 1

1.5 3.2

6.6 5.4

7.11 12.13 6.5 8.8

(85) (56)

GOALS: Grovedale 1: J. Michell 3, D. McNeel 2, L. Womersley 2, H. Forssman 1, D. Kenny 1, B. McPhee 1, A. Turley-Sunderland 1, M. Harding 1. Lara 1: A. Christensen 3, L. Phillips 2, A. Spiller 1, J. Bartolo 1, B. Whiting 1. BEST: Grovedale 1: B. McPhee, J. Ross, L. Womersley, B. Fitzsimmons, K. Pearless, H. Forssman. Lara 1: M. Mathieson, L. Norris, L. Phillips, A. Christensen, J. Tomlinson, D. Tyrrell.

UNDER 16S (DIV 3) North Shore Inverleigh

1.1 2.0

2.5 4.4

9.6 6.5

13.10 6.10

(88) (46)

GOALS: North Shore: N. Freeman 5, N. Cropley 3, J. Freer 1, Z. Mawson 1, J. Cleary 1, N. Mackay 1, B. Fairchild 1. Inverleigh: C. Meehan 3, L. Haygarth 1, T. Morrison 1, B. Booth 1. BEST: North Shore: J. Espig, M. Vasilevski, N. Freeman, Z. Mawson, P. Oates, J. Tournier. Inverleigh: J. Drew, L. Platt, J. Pearce, D. Grundell, J. Fitzgerald, J. Sellars.

Portarlington North Geelong

2.2 3.2

5.5 4.3

7.10 9.12 5.5 7.9

(66) (51)

GOALS: Portarlington: L. Vagg 5, J. Stewart 2, D. George

St Mary’s 3 Barwon Grove

3.3 0.0

4.7 1.1

6.9 3.2

13.10 3.2

(88) (20)

GOALS: St Mary’s 3: T. Hosking 4, D. Ellis 2, D. Trevaskis 2, T. McFarlane 2, O. Godsell 1, H. Garner 1, A. Orford 1. Barwon Grove: J Koski 1, L Liedecke 1, C Wright 1. BEST: St Mary’s 3: B. Auger, H. Garner, T. O’Brien, R. Brown, T. Hosking, D. Trevaskis. Barwon Grove: G Mordy, L Liedecke, J Lane, J Peers, J Diment, T Croft.

Queenscliff St Albans 2

3.4 0.0

4.6 4.2

7.11 10.14 5.3 5.4

(74) (34)

GOALS: Queenscliff: J. DeGois 3, N. Cayzer 3, J. Chapman 2, O. Griffiths 1, S. Symes 1. St Albans 2: J. Timanowicz 5. BEST: Queenscliff: J. Chapman, M. deBlaquiere, O. Griffiths, A. Livermore, N. Cayzer, J. Muscat. St Albans 2: C. Finn, J. Stephens, B. Smith, S. O’Connell, J. Spalding, J. Timanowicz.

South Barwon 3 St Joseph’s 3

5.4 0.0

9.5 3.5

10.5 15.9 4.6 5.6

(99) (36)

GOALS: South Barwon 3: S. Topouzakis 6, T. Moore 5, L. Rollauer 2, C. Buller 1, S. Wood 1. St Joseph’s 3: J. Flanders 1, C. Ross 1, J. DiCristoforo 1, E. Batson 1, S. Darley 1. BEST: South Barwon 3: M. Brough, S. Topouzakis, T. Moore, T. Middleton, S. Wood, C. Buller. St Joseph’s 3: J. Lamont, C. Ross, S. Darley, M. Woods, N. Balic, B. Moore.

UNDER 14S (DIV 1) Grovedale 1 Leopold 1 Torquay 1 Bell Park 1

0.1 2.1 3.1 1.1

4.1 3.1 3.4 4.5

6.2 4.2 5.5 8.8

8.3 6.2 10.5 9.10

(51) (38) (65) (64)

GOALS: Torquay 1: D. Ball 5, P. Caddaye-Rose 2, B. Remmos 1, M. Dick 1, B. McNamara 1. Bell Park 1:

South Barwon 1 St Joseph’s 1

4.4 0.0

8.5 2.0

10.6 12.7 3.0 6.1

(79) (37)

UNDER 14S (DIV 2) St Mary’s 2 Lara 1

4.2 0.0

6.3 1.2

12.5 15.7 1.3 1.4

(97) (10)

St Albans 1 Barwon Heads 1

2.3 0.3

3.3 1.6

4.3 8.6 5.12 5.15

(54) (45)

Barwon Heads Modewarre

1.0 1.3

4.2 2.3

5.2 3.6

6.3 5.8

(39) (38)

Queenscliff Portarlington

2.3 0.0

4.5 0.0

8.9 0.0

9.14 0.2

(68) (2)

North Geelong Anglesea

1.1 2.1

3.5 2.1

6.6 3.1

7.9 4.3

(51) (27)

Torquay Voss Drysdale Hawks

5.4 0.0

10.5 11.6 16.9 1.0 2.0 3.1

Winchelsea Torquay Ashley

1.3 1.1

3.5 2.3

7.7 2.3

10.9 2.4

(69) (16)

OGCC White Belmont Lions

2.2 2.1

3.5 2.2

4.6 3.2

5.10 4.4

(40) (28)

(105) (19)

UNDER 10S

GOALS: St Albans 1: B. Ritchie 2, A. Krajnc 2, D. Johnston 1, M. Cammaroto 1, J. Baxter 1, B. Price-Veitch 1. Barwon Heads 1: H. Felton 3, B. Ryan 2. BEST: St Albans 1: B. Ritchie, A. Krajnc, M. Cammaroto, N. Leech, D. Pettina, R. Lange. Barwon Heads 1: R. Kebbell, B. Potter, D. Hewitt, F. Kelly, H. Felton, J. Ollis.

Sth Barwon Swans 4.3 Grovedale Gold 0.0

6.5 0.0

8.6 0.0

12.6 0.0

(78) (0)

Thomson Grovedale Tigers

1.2 1.0

2.3 1.1

3.3 1.5

6.4 2.7

(40) (19)

Drysdale 1 OGCC 1

1.5 3.0

4.6 4.0

St Albans White St Albans Black

0.0 0.3

0.2 1.4

2.3 1.5

4.5 2.6

(29) (18)

N&C Red North Shore

6.5 0.0

9.10 13.12 15.17 (107) 0.0 0.0 0.1 (1)

Drysdale Gold Torquay Boak

1.1 1.0

2.1 3.3

2.2 3.4

4.3 3.5

(27) (23)

OGCC Orange 3.2 Torquay Grossman 0.0

5.2 2.0

7.2 3.2

9.9 4.2

(63) (26)

Lara 3.0 Barwon Heads Gulls 0.3

4.1 2.3

7.2 4.3

11.3 4.5

(69) (29)

Leopold Gold 2.2 3.3 South Barwon Bulldogs0.0 0.0

3.3 0.0

8.11 0.1

(59) (1)

Grovedale Roar Drysdale Brown

2.1 0.0

4.4 2.2

7.5 2.2

9.7 2.2

(61) (14)

Torquay Shearer Leopold Green

4.2 0.0

6.5 0.1

9.7 0.1

10.8 1.2

(68) (8)

OGCC Blue Aireys Inlet Eels

2.3 3.1

2.3 5.5

8.5 6.7

9.8 8.11

(62) (59)

Corio Grovedale Black

2.0 1.0

4.5 1.1

4.6 2.3

7.8 2.4

(50) (16)

South Barwon Red 1.2 Torquay McCartney 1.0

3.4 1.0

4.5 1.0

7.6 1.0

(48) (6)

Barwon Heads Modewarre

2.3 0.0

2.5 0.1

3.6 2.1

3.8 3.2

(26) (20)

Queenscliff Portarlington

3.2 0.0

6.6 0.2

10.6 12.11 0.3 0.3

(83) (3)

6.7 5.0

8.8 7.1

(56) (43)

UNDER 14S (DIV 3) South Barwon 2 Anglesea

1.0 2.1

2.0 3.3

3.2 3.4

5.2 3.4

(32) (22)

Corio Portarlington

1.3 1.0

3.5 4.1

5.8 5.2

6.9 6.7

(45) (43)

Winchelsea Torquay 2

1.3 0.3

1.7 4.4

5.9 4.4

8.9 6.7

(57) (43)

Bannockburn St Joseph’s 2

0.4 1.2

1.5 2.4

5.10 8.10 2.4 2.4

(58) (16)

UNDER 14S (DIV 4) GWSP N&C Black North Geelong East Geelong Modewarre Queenscliff

0.0 1.3 1.1 0.1 0.0 1.0

2.2 3.6 2.4 1.2 0.1 1.0

5.2 3.7 2.4 1.5 0.5 1.0

5.5 4.7 3.4 2.7 2.5 1.5

(35) (31) (22) (19) (17) (11)

Belmont Lions Bell Park 2

1.5 2.2

3.5 3.6

5.7 3.7

10.12 5.10

(72) (40)

UNDER 14S (DIV 5) St Mary’s 3 Torquay 3

0.1 0.1

1.2 0.1

2.2 0.3

4.3 1.3

(27) (9)

Anglesea North Geelong

2.3 1.0

4.5 1.0

6.6 1.2

9.10 1.2

(64) (8)

Lara 2 Grovedale 2 Anakie Geelong Amateur 2 OGCC 2 Inverleigh

2.1 1.2 2.2 1.0 1.2 0.0

4.4 1.4 4.5 1.4 3.4 1.2

6.6 5.5 7.8 1.5 4.7 1.3

9.7 6.5 9.13 1.5 6.8 2.6

(61) (41) (67) (11) (44) (18)

South Barwon Blues 2.4 Grovedale Claws 0.0

3.4 0.1

5.5 0.1

5.5 0.2

(35) (2)

Torquay Voss Drysdale Hawks

1.2 3.2

4.4 3.2

5.6 3.3

7.6 4.3

(48) (27)

Winchelsea Torquay Ashley

0.1 0.1

0.1 0.1

2.1 0.1

4.8 0.1

(32) (1)

UNDER 14S (DIV 6) Drysdale 2 Leopold 2

2.2 1.2

4.5 1.2

5.7 3.3

7.9 3.5

(51) (23)

N&C White St Albans 2

4.2 0.0

7.3 4.2

8.5 5.2

8.7 5.4

(55) (34)

St Joseph’s 3 Barwon Heads 2

1.2 0.0

6.5 0.0

7.9 0.2

8.9 1.2

(57) (8)

UNDER 14S (DIV 7) Sth Barwon C1 OGCC 3

2.2 1.2

6.3 3.4

9.5 5.5

12.7 6.6

(79) (42)

UNDER 12S Torquay Boak Drysdale Gold

2.0 0.3

3.5 3.3

6.9 5.4

10.12 6.4

(72) (40)

OGCC Orange 0.3 Torquay Grossman 1.3

4.7 1.3

5.7 2.6

9.12 2.8

(66) (20)

Lara 1 2.3 Barwon Heads Gulls 1.2

3.5 3.2

7.11 9.12 5.4 5.8

(66) (38)

Drysdale Brown Lara 2

4.3 2.1

5.3 5.4

10.3 14.6 8.6 9.6

(90) (60)

Leopold Green Torquay Shearer

1.3 1.3

4.4 7.5

5.10 9.13 7.6 9.8

(67) (62)

Aireys Inlet Eels OGCC Blue

2.3 0.1

5.6 0.1

7.8 0.2

9.12 1.2

(66) (8)

Grovedale Black Corio

6.2 1.0

6.3 3.0

6.5 4.0

9.6 6.2

(60) (38)

South Barwon Blues 1.3 South Barwon Red 2.0

1.5 2.0

3.9 2.0

3.9 4.0

(27) (24)

BFL LADDERS Team

FIRST GRADE W L D

QUEENSCLIFF 14 GEELONG AMATEUR14 OCEAN GROVE 14 ANGLESEA 12 DRYSDALE 8 Torquay 8 Barwon Heads 7 Modewarre 4 Newcomb Power 2 Portarlington 0

Team

F

A

1 2138 1114 1 2140 1290 0 2198 1254 0 1926 1155 0 1592 1616 0 1429 1495 0 1404 1638 1 1261 1563 1 927 2122 0 865 2633

RESERVE GRADE W L D

OCEAN GROVE 15 TORQUAY 14 MODEWARRE 13 ANGLESEA 12 GEELONG AMATEUR10 Queenscliff 8 Drysdale 7 Barwon Heads 4 Newcomb Power 2 Portarlington 0

Team

2 2 3 5 9 9 10 12 14 17

2 3 4 5 7 9 10 13 15 17

F

UNDER 18s W L B

DRYSDALE 15 TORQUAY 11 OCEAN GROVE 10 GEELONG AMATEUR10 BARWON HEADS 4 Anglesea 2 Modewarre 2

0 4 5 5 11 13 13

A

0 1992 732 0 1748 740 0 1603 836 0 1454 902 0 1473 1134 0 1385 1114 0 1409 1236 0 1005 1597 0 444 2307 0 506 2421

F

A

2 1580 432 2 1240 549 2 1407 557 2 955 904 2 688 1392 2 588 1438 2 594 1655

% Pts

191.92 165.89 175.28 166.75 98.51 95.59 85.71 80.68 43.69 32.85

58 58 56 48 32 32 28 18 10 0

% Pts

272.13 236.22 191.75 161.20 129.89 124.33 114.00 62.93 19.25 20.90

60 56 52 48 40 32 28 16 8 0

% Pts

365.74 225.87 252.60 105.64 49.43 40.89 35.89

68 52 48 48 24 16 16

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$4.2 million boating safety fund now available

Local residents have the opportunity to share in $4.2 million worth of funding with the first round of the Victorian Coalition Government’s Boating Safety and Facilities Program now open. State Member for South Barwon Andrew Katos said the Government had set aside $20 million for the program across four years and encouraged local boaters to capitalise on the first round of grants. “We have some beautiful waterways in South Barwon and this program is a fantastic way to ensure that we can continue to enjoy the natural beauty of our rivers and coastline knowing that we have safe and reliable facilities,” Mr Katos said. “Boating is an important part of our community. It generates a significant amount of tourism for the region and provides a fantastic way to maintain active lifestyles and for spending time outdoors with family and friends.” Minister for Ports Denis Napthine said the Boating Safety and Facilities Program was an important part of the Government’s commitment to provide safe and accessible waterways for

Time 0203 0751 1430 2024

Ht 1.43 0.43 1.55 0.46

SAT 20

Time 0357 0936 1558 2204

Ht 1.48 0.53 1.52 0.36

THU 18

Time 0245 0829 1500 2059

Ht 1.46 0.46 1.54 0.41

SUN 21

Time 0431 1011 1628 2237

Ht 1.46 0.57 1.49 0.35

Ht 1.48 0.49 1.54 0.38

MON 22

Time 0509 1045 1700 2311

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Some small tuna are still being caught off Apollo Bay

PEDAL

g g g g

taken out in boats as well as some flathead on the drift The Bight is still producing some squid and some nice whiting Queenscliff harbor is still producing trevally and some small salmon Trevally continue to be taken in the creek Good squid catches are occurring near Swan Bay entrance.

BARWON HEADS g Some whiting taken in the river g Trevally have also been taken. TORQUAY g Some good early-season snapper being taken off shore up to 6kg g Whiting are around in good numbers close in shore g Salmon are still being caught off Jan Juc beaches g Gummies are still around but not as easy to find g Spring Creek continues to produce some nice

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

ANGLESEA g Good salmon catches continue off the beaches

APOLLO BAY g Still some small tuna being caught g Salmon are being caught once again off the beaches now the sea has calmed g Whiting are being caught in and around the harbour g Trevally and snapper being caught on the reefs g Mullet and bream are still being taken in the

Times stated are Australian Eastern Standard Time (24 hour clock). During Daylight Saving Time (when in force) one hour needs to be added to the times stated.

Pedal

QUEENSCLIFF g St Leonards has good whiting catches being

g g g

FRI 19

Time 0322 0902 1529 2131

REPORT

with another 3kg salmon being taken at the mouth of the river off the beach Some nice whiting being taken in close near the inshore reefs Good 1kg salmon catches are also being reported The Anglesea River has closed once again, however, there are reports of some small bream being caught. For all the latest fishing news and all the right advice drop by and see us and we will do our best to get you out there, fishing productively with the right gear and the right bait. The Great Ocean Road Outdoor Centre, Anglesea. Phone 5263 2330.

TIDE PREDICTIONS FOR PORT PHILLIP HEADS

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Victorian boaters. “Each year for four years, the Government will open a new round of funding for this important program. This will give community groups, waterway managers and local councils vital and steady access to money that will enable them to maintain safe facilities for boaters,” Dr Napthine said. “The Government recognises that local users have the best local knowledge and understanding of how their facilities could be made safer and I would encourage groups to talk to their local council or waterway manager and make an application to the program.” Types of projects the Boating Safety and Facilities Program could fund include: • boating facilities such as jetties and boatramps; • navigation aids and signage; • new search and rescue vessels; • equipment and training for recognised search and rescue groups; • boating safety and education programs; and • marine communications. Applications close on September 15. For more information or to obtain an application form, phone the grants administration team on 1800 337 222, email boating.grants@transport.vic.gov.au or visit www.transport.vic.gov.au/grants A reminder: if you have some REAL Catches you want to send in please forward them to the email address below, with type of fish , weight, length, location and your name. I am more than happy to place your photos in ‘My Big Catch’. Email Photos to: mybigcatch@bigpond.com

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