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he lives proudly alone at home, even with her No doubt there will be failures, faults and mistakes. disability: no mean feat when the simplest option I’m already preparing for the stories about those who for everybody would be that she goes into care. She fall through the cracks, don’t meet the guidelines, get wants to stay in her home, but the only thing making overlooked, or have all their money tied up in “support� that possible is her dog – her companion, her true services they don’t need or want, or can’t access. Many support. And what she wants to know is this: if the new are praying there won’t be a “Pink Batts� moment. DisabilityCare scheme means she can spend her But what no government can afford to screw up is money how she likes in order to achieve her own its own policy consistency: if the much-declared goals of independence and a life well lived, can aim of DisabilityCare is to put individuals in The she spend her money on her dog? charge of their own money and their own ideologues And can the young woman with destiny, then – with appropriate supports can’t have it – they have to be allowed to do that. That cerebral palsy spend some of her annual both ways DisabilityCare money on a trip to the Gold means without paternalistic government or Coast? She’s rarely had a holiday and wants, like bureaucratic intervention, or without tabloid everyone else, a break from the daily humdrum. hectoring over what is perceived to be the “right� Does that fit the definition of a self-designed care plan? way to spend their money. The roll-out of DisabilityCare is both a triumph of A consistent theme emerging from one element of responsible social policy and a huge challenge to our the political class is that governments have to get out preconceptions about who knows best. It is also a very of people’s lives, leave them alone to make their own high-profile opportunity for getting it right or getting it decisions. That people know best how to spend their very, very wrong. own money, so give it back to them and let them get Under the scheme, an eligible disabled person works on with it. out a personal care plan of various kinds of support to Will we see the shrieking tabloid headlines about live more independently and achieve individual “goals taxpayers’ money being spent on dogs, or on holidays, and aspirations�. Just like the rest of us, but with some or on motocross lessons? Will the commentariat money from the public purse. and the shock jocks whip up the usual outrage about

waste of public money on fripperies and indulgences? The ideologues can’t have it both ways: if an “able� Australian is assumed to know best how to take care of themselves once big government gets out of their way, then the well-informed disabled person must be assumed to know as well. And if governments have to get out of people’s lives, then this might just be the clearest, and most confronting example of that. This is going to represent a big challenge to those who have rigid ideas about what is good spending and what is wasteful. As the old saying goes, until you walk a mile in someone’s shoes – or travel a few k’s in their wheelchair – you won’t have any idea about their experience of the world. Equally, the government must ensure that a program founded on self-reliance is not hollowed out from within by a bureaucracy that wants to dictate terms or sees support programs in limited and predetermined ways. Service providers and care planners will have to let go of the rope: they now guide, they don’t control. If it works, this policy might just be able to provide a prize more precious than rubies: autonomy. \

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az Flowers nearly had the Hot Shoe Shuffle tap routines nailed the first time the show toured Australia. Only the carpet in her family’s Morwell home, and her age, hindered her progress. Her dad, Colin, fixed the carpet problem by laying slate in the lounge room. It was a far more satisfying surface for four-year-old Jaz and her brother, Dallas, to perform on as they split the show’s roles between them. Jaz always played Spring Tap, the role played by her idol, David Atkins. The siblings tapped in front of the TV while watching a video of the musical their opera-singer grandmother had taped for them, and they improved their step skills attending mum Vicki’s Dancing Academy in Morwell, Gippsland. Meanwhile Hot Shoe Shuffle moved on to London. It was the first Australian musical to be exported to the West End after its successful premiere tour of Australian cities 21 years ago. The complete Australian cast travelled with it to London, Japan, Canada and the US, and David Atkins and Dein Perry won a British Olivier Award for its exuberant choreography. To mark its 21st anniversary this year, Atkins has brought back Hot Shoe Shuffle for another Australian tour. He is in the cast again – this time playing the role of father Dexter Tap. On stage with him, playing April, will be that little girl from Gippsland, now all grown up and an accomplished performer. “I never thought that Hot Shoe would come back,” says Flowers, now 25. “I never felt as passionate about a show as this one. Nothing in the past 25 years of my existence has influenced me as much as Hot Shoe Shuffle.”

“It’s a really incredible feeling to realise an actual dream you have as a kid is coming true. It was so unexpected to dance alongside my childhood idol. It’s ridiculous; it leaves me bewildered.” Flowers says that on opening night in Brisbane in May, she felt overwhelmed when she came off stage after a triumphant performance. “I was just numb,” she says. “I gave it everything I’ve got. I realised that all my dreams had come to fruition. It sounds clichéd but all my dreams have come true. “I am most happy and comfortable when I am performing; that’s when life makes sense. I don’t know whether I was born to do this but I feel at home most when I perform. It feels right.” Flowers’ first song-and-dance solo was at an eisteddfod as a four-year-old, and her first amateur stage role was at 12 as an orphan in Annie with Latrobe Theatre Company in Traralgon. The company recently staged its own Hairspray. Dance classes continued for many years with her mum, who celebrates 40 years in business this year. Training of her low-C to high-G range began in earnest when Flowers was 17, in her final year at Kurnai College in Morwell. “I didn’t like school much,” Flowers says. “I loved music and I loved drama and that was about it … I always wanted to be a performer.”

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Fresh from the success of her first lead role in a musical, as Tracy Turnblad in the long-running Hairspray (directed by Atkins), Flowers says she desperately wanted to win the only female role in Hot Shoe Shuffle, the Tap brothers’ long-lost sister, famously played by Rhonda Burchmore last time around. Flowers says she was well rehearsed and perfectly placed to audition to be a part of the new Tap family, but she was far from confident. “I knew the music, and the dancing was not complicated,” Flowers says. “But my first sing for Hot Shoe didn’t come out anywhere as good as I wanted it to. I was shaking because my idol was sitting right there on the panel. “The other daunting part was being in a room full of six-foot bombshells in four-inch heels. In the casting brief for April it says she has to be beautiful but there’s nothing about height. I had it burned in my head that the part was made for Rhonda Burchmore, a six-foot two-inch glamazon. I told myself, ‘Jaz, you are more Marilyn Monroe than Rhonda’. Rhonda Burchmore and I are not similar in any way. Our voices, our bodies and our acting choices are all different.” Flowers was solo in Sydney when she took the call that delivered the news “that made all my dreams come true”. She celebrated winning the part of April by toasting her success with a mojito at Darling Harbour.

Every Saturday for six months her dad drove her to singing lessons in Bentleigh with theatre performer Susan-ann Walker – a four-hour round trip from Morwell for a half-hour lesson. He also drove her to Ballarat on a seven-hour round trip to see the University of Ballarat’s campus and learn more about its musical theatre course. Flowers says she returned home with a resolve to attain her VCE. “NIDA [National Institute of Dramatic Art] and WAPA [WA Academy of Performing Arts] were too far away,” she says. “Ballarat – I can deal with that. What was hard was the written side of things in a BA degree. I didn’t like that. I didn’t want to focus time and energy on writing an essay.” Since graduating in 2008, Flowers has kept on the move and on stage in major professional musicals: Shane Warne the Musical in 2009, Fame the Musical in 2010 and Hairspray in 2011. She has leapt from ensemble to cast role to lead part from year to year and her achievements have been noted by Atkins, who told those gathered at the Hot Shoe Shuffle Melbourne launch “a star is born”.

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“Her introduction to show business came through this show,” Atkins added. Her parents, who attended the Melbourne launch and Hot Shoe Shuffle’s Brisbane opening night, say their daughter has the drive to get where she wants. “Jaz is a different cat,” Colin Flowers says. “She moved out of home at 18 to go off to do the inevitable. She took the bit between her teeth, got an agent and did it on her own. “An opportunity in life comes along and you grasp it. You learn from it and grow from it. If you are lucky it’s part of who you are and what you are.” Flowers says she loves to return home between show tours to see her parents and her dog, Meeka. “I have been living in Sydney for rehearsals, and off and on I’ve been back in Morwell,” she says. “I don’t really have a home base. If I could do the job I love so much in Morwell, I would. I adore being home, where there are only five restaurants to choose from instead of 500.” Hot Shoe Shuffle moved from Brisbane to play in Sydney in July and it opens at Her Majesty’s in Melbourne this month. Flowers has returned to Morwell between tours, something she can’t do with a long-running show that has eight performances a week. “Doing a show in the same city for a year is tough,” she says. “With Hairspray I was in Melbourne for a 10-month run, not including rehearsals. I did one-and-a-half years with that show.” For her performance as Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray, she won a Sydney Theatre Award and a Helpmann Award nomination. “I was pretty much on stage for the three hours of the whole show,” she says. “It was difficult dancing in a fat suit and with that wig under lights, and dancing with 40 other cast members. It was hot but I got used to it. I am a sweater, and the fat suit I had to wear was made of wadding, pillow stuffing and Lycra. “Hot Shoe Shuffle is easier in that I am not on as much as I was in Hairspray but every time I’m off stage I’m into another costume.” Flowers has plenty of glamorous gown moments in Hot Shoe Shuffle and sings big-band Broadway hits from the 1940s, including Gershwin’s How Long Has This Been Going On and Ellington’s It Don’t Mean a Thing. “There’s nothing like singing with a brass band, it’s really cool,” she says. “Give me a big belting solo with the lights on me; I relish that.” \ We Welcome your feedback @ july 31, 2013 \ The weekly review 5


any years ago I was part of a high-school debate where the topic was whether Australia needed a monarchy. Our position was no, negative. At the time I didn’t really understand what it meant to be a constitutional monarchy, and I think we were coached on a bit by our impressive but clearly biased English teacher, Mr Hamilton. Three of us stood up and delivered earnest little speeches about Australia needing to stand on its own two feet. Someone might have mentioned the events of 1975, although I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t have been me, but the gist of the argument was it was time Australia worked out who it was and got on with it. We didn’t need this bunch of stuffy old fogeys as our rulers – whether they ruled in theory or practice was irrelevant. Then some bloke from the tech school held up

joyous thing, of course, and always worth celebrating, but surely we need acknowledge the arrival of a royal baby only in a cursory, magazine-fodder kind of way. Here is another pretty little celebrity infant to be admired and photographed, just like the Kardashian baby, its outfits analysed and blogged on a similar scale as, say, Suri Cruise and Harper Beckham. Surely no one actually thinks this child may end up ruling our country, in theory or in practice? Or have I been watching too much Game of Thrones? It seems odd that we cannot accept an Australian female prime minister without picking on her hair and denigrating her private bits, but we curtsey with hallowed respect to some old Englishwoman who breeds corgis and chooses between about six castles to live in at any given time.

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My view \ KATRINA HALL HAS ANOTHER GO AT THE ROYALS half a dozen copies of New Idea and Woman’s Day, all with Diana or the Queen on the cover, and said of course we need a monarchy – we are in love with them. That was the precise moment we anxious little republicans were beaten, and pretty much fair and square. Who can argue with the cover of New Idea? This was 1981. My mum had a Lady Di hairdo and we were all lusting after white deb dresses with big puffy Diana sleeves. Diana fever had taken hold of us all. Our defeat was easier to swallow then than at the 1999 referendum, but that’s a whole other complicated story. But what I can’t believe is, decades later, and despite the fact the royal family kind of imploded there for a bit, our world is still the same. Last week a woman on the street stopped me and asked if I’d heard any news about the royal baby. Had it come? Did I know anything? Why, oh why, did she care that much? A new life is a


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Mandy Richter’s grandfather and his rocking chair sits companionably beside it. Richter and her partner Jimmy Feng have renovated Bek Smith is fascinated this pretty 10-week-old café themselves. by filter coffee and its Grandpa Joe is their first café, but they growing in popularity in Melbourne. She are not inexperienced; Richter was grew up in Bowral, NSW, and learnt most recently at Willim Espresso to make coffee at cafés such as The in Malvern (it’s named after the “we have Old Fish Shop Café in Sydney’s owner’s grandfather, too) and Feng always had inner-west. worked for an international coffee a passion for Smith worked at Sydney chain. He grew up in Ascot Vale coffee” University’s campus café Azzuri and the shop on Union Road is the while studying music and arts place he remembers once having his history, quickly coming to appreciate eyes tested. the role of the barista. “Students really need “We are loving the Ascot Vale locals and their coffee,” she says. It was a desire to learn are hoping to get to meet more and more more about this life-enhancing force that of them over the upcoming months. It is brought her to Melbourne. such a great community feel out here still,” Grandpa Joe uses Five Senses’ Harvest says Richter. The storybook wall mural was Blend for its espresso brews and offers a painted by friend Theodore Dore and many of rotating selection of single-origin beans that the collectibles were discovered by friends in are brewed in myriad ways. “We taste the second-hand shops. single origins each week and brew them using “We have both always had a passion for various methods to see which brings out the coffee and have spent a lot of time in cafés,” coffee’s best,” she says. \ says Feng. While both are trained baristas, they are also the cooks producing the inventive, home-style menu. Prosciutto-wrapped asparagus spears are served with eggs and a side of sweet and tangy tO READ mORE REViEws roasted corn mayo. Other breakfast choices include wasabi-cured salmon and pop’s

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ust. Espuma. Savoury marshmallows. Pseudo bacon. To listen to the waiters’ elaborate descriptions of each arriving plate, you’d think St Crispin was a throwback to the crazy days of molecular gastronomy. But don’t panic. There is method to the occasional food-science madness of Scott Pickett and Joe Grbac – two talented chefs who hail, respectively, from Northcote’s exalted Estelle Bar and Kitchen and the late Press Club. Sure, they might kick off with an oiled wafer of crisp potato layered with dots of tomato mousse and vinegar “dust”, but the important thing is it tastes terrific. Much like everything on the menu here. St Crispin is named after the patron saint of shoemakers, a nod to the cobbler who once occupied this Smith Street site, and a neat fit with the neighbouring St Mark’s, patron saint of notaries, lions and op shops. More recently the site was home to Cavallero, which closed suddenly and left Pickett, Grbac and Co. just 10 days to renovate and launch what may well be Smith Street’s best restaurant. The long, lofty space will feel familiar to those who knew Cavallero but the finishes are mostly new. Behind the green marble bar lurk serious cocktails ranging from agave syrup margaritas to “perfect” G&Ts containing capsicum, of all things. Dining settings are comfortable, Scandi-style timber and leather seating, banquettes and handmade oak tables, with Italian stools at the bar. The place has been packed on both my visits but the staff ensure service is as smooth as the mood-enhancing playlist of Sam Cooke, Petula Clark and 10cc. The menu is a two- or three-course deal priced at $50 and $60 that, given the food quality, is solid value. In keeping with feeding fads they’ve also introduced a range of Little Bites to begin, from oysters to eel croquettes and something called Snap Crackle and Pop – twice-cooked pig skin dredged in “pseudo bacon”, a flavoured dust that tastes of cured pork. The concept is so wrong but it tastes so right. I’ve yet to find a dud dish. Early standouts include a starter of pullet egg, mushrooms, Parmesan, goat’s curd and black rice. The egg is soft-cooked at 63.5 degrees; the Parmesan is both an “espuma” (foam) and jellied squares of cheesy consommé; the mushroom is hunks of cakey sponge that look like torn bread, and a pile of sautéed fungi beneath; the black venere rice is puffed and crunchy (and, according to my web search, it possesses amazing anti-ageing properties; I’ve ordered a sack for home). The textures are playful – fluffy foam, crunchy rice, spongy fungi, and gooey, warm egg – and the flavours fuse beautifully. Then there’s the veal cheek, gelatinous and sticky in the mouth, teamed with a crisp, slightly smoky wedge of belly and the cloying indulgence of pan-fried thymus gland. A sweetbread surprise. The meats sit on a purée of miso eggplant, with broccoli, cigarette-sized macaroni and toasted almonds for company. Positively salivatory. As is the winelist. This leather-bound document is a fine match for the calibre of food, with a choice of grapes and styles from across the winemaking world. We’re tossing up between a French viognier, a Spanish

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verdejo blend or a $39 pinot gris from over the ditch juices that sings of the sea. Or, as our waiter says, it’s when the wine guy sallies forth and suggests the 2010 “really oceany”. The Flinders Island lamb is luscious. Bera Arcese Bianco from Piedmont, a hand-harvested, Cooked to a T, crisp outside and almost gelatinous organic Italian blended from cortese, arneis and inside, with earthy accompaniments in radishes, nettle vermentino-like favorita grapes. It’s a stunner, and slippery jack mushrooms. equal measures fruit, acid and aroma, with the My favourite dessert is made from the slightest sparkling quality to it. vegetables. It’s described as carrot, star anise, concept is The menu varies only slightly between almond and honey but arrives as a plate of so wrong, visits. The duck is a constant – salted and chardonnay-pickled heirloom carrots with but it tastes wodges of carrot and walnut cake, carrot pressed legs, sliced breast that’s rolled into columns, pretty and pink, some piped foie wafer on top, honey panna cotta and almond so right gras, roasted heirloom beets and caramelised purée. Oh, and a star anise “espuma”. oats, all arranged on a bed of beetroot terrine and Like all St Crispin plates, the whole is so much cumquat jelly. A classic match of game, fruits and roots more than the sum of its parts. And any trickery is reimagined for thoroughly modern Melbourne. eclipsed by the deliciousness of what’s in your gob. \ Confit king salmon looks dramatic against a black plate puddled with saffron rouille, calamari – one long tO rEad mOrE rEviEWS tentacle draped over the top – squid-ink gel and oysters poached in a briny concoction of oyster and mussel

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route to the en suite with its travertine tiling sweeping up below a wall-length floating vanity. From the bedroom there’s no hint of the large walk-in shower with its frameless glass screen, twin basins or the toilet – just a beautifully framed vision of stone, mirror and timber. Bedroom two has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite and bedrooms three and four share a spacious corner en suite with a freestanding bath, shower and separate toilet. Glenvill, which has been in the residential housing sector since 1958, offers a full service including site development, in-house architect, town planning, documentation, structural engineering, construction, interior design and landscaping to a finished house. \

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Bentleigh 20 Gilbert Grove A four bedroom family lifestyle in a poolside oasis. Blending Art Deco charm with 21st century comforts, this idyllic 4 bedrm 2 bathrm period beauty offers lovely flowing spaces with a focus on entertaining. Gorgeous with leadlights, high ornate ceilings & picture rails, this family treasure enjoys a wide entry, 4 double bedrooms (BIRs), gorgeous lounge & dining rooms (OFPs), chic granite kitchen (Ilve & Bosch appls) with huge living & meals area flowing to a covered alfresco living area & solar heated pool/spa; 2 spotless bathrooms (spa), family laundry & study. Well appointed, it boasts ducted heating/air cond, great storage, sun blinds, a shed & a paved driveway. In the Brighton Sec College zone, walk to Centre Rd shops, bus & Allnutt Park. 4



2 Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat from 1.00pm Sat 3rd August - 1.30pm 77 / C1 $930,000 - $1,010,000 Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 9557 7733 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 Nick Renna 0411 551 190

Caulfield South 3 Leopold Street Presentation perfect for an exceptional family lifestyle. Impeccable luxury & exquisite craftsmanship are found within this beautifully renovated 5 bedroom 2.5 bathroom family treasure. Stunning with its light, style & warmth, this immaculate home showcases 4 living areas, French style granite kitchen (Falcon stove), gorgeous terrace with French tessellated tiles, main bedrm suite (WIR & ensuite), executive study & sublime bathrm. Outstanding with European Oak parquetry, granite/stone finishes and two pack cabinetry throughout. This picture perfect family home boasts period features throughout, double glazed windows, zoned ducted heat/refrigerated cooling, security alarm, water tanks, attic, roof storage, stunning landscaped gardens & tandem garage. 5



2 Sat 12.30 - 1.00pm & Sun from 11.00am Sun 4th August - 11.30am 68 / D8 $1,325,000 - $1,425,000 Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 8532 5200 Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Chris Janssens 0418 541 208 16 The weekly review \ july 31, 2013

Caulfield South 18 Beech Street Stylish sophistication with family flair. This contemporary 4 bedrm 2.5 bath family haven will impress with its fabulous spaces, designer style & luxury finishes. With a beautiful resort style feel, this dynamic entertainer enjoys a sensational stone kitchen with oversized living & dining area effortlessly flowing to the covered deck & north facing tropical gardens; upstairs retreat, superb main bedroom (balcony retreat, his & her’s WIRs and double shower ensuite), 3 further large bedrms (2 with BIRs), stunning bathrm & 3rd toilet. Brilliantly appointed with high ceilings, ceiling fans, ducted heating, evap cooling, ducted vac, great storage & a double auto garage. Idyllic locale, moments to parkland, schools, trams, shops & the cafe culture. 4




As advertised Sun 11th August - 12.30pm 68 / A5 Please contact agent Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 8532 5200 Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981

Elsternwick 71 Seymour Road Edwardian elegance meets innovative sophistication. The epitome of contemporary luxury living & seamless entertaining, designed by renowned SJB Architects, this renovated 4 or 5 bedroom 2.5 bathroom Edwardian will seduce you with its 21st century transformation. A dynamic entertainer, this unrivalled showpiece boasts expansive living across 2+ zones (atrium windows & gas fires), 4 or 5 BRs (4 BIRs, gorgeous parent’s retreat via glass link), 2 studies, 2 glamour bthrms (ens), stunning marble & American Oak designer kitchen, bar & custom laundry. Finished with unrivalled quality, this innovative and energy efficient design boasts pol. concrete heated floors, hydronic radiator heating as well as ducted R/C air cond with the latest bthrm fixtures & kitchen appliances. 5




As advertised Sun 11th August - 1.30pm 67 / J2 Please contact agent Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 8532 5200 Max Pisano 0418 378 900 Marshall Rushford 0418 396 981 july 31, 2013 \ The weekly review 17

Bentleigh 129 Tucker Road Set in immaculate gardens (937sqm approx), this inviting 4 bedroom family home enjoys 2 living areas, granite kitchen, designer bathroom, 2 decks & a 6+ car garage with workshop (ensuite). Great home business opportunity.

Bentleigh East 14 Patricia Street Peaceful and private in golf course surrounds. Doors to Yarra Yarra Golf Course and set in idyllic gardens, this classic brick 3 bedroom family home offers the charm & space of another era with scope to further improve. Whisper quiet, walk to schools, shops, bus & parks. 18 The weekly review \ july 31, 2013




937 (approx)

Wed 1.30 - 2.00pm & Sat from 12.00pm > AUCTION Sat 3rd August - 12.30pm > MEL REF 77 / G2 > EPR $780,000 - $830,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 > VIEW




604 (approx)

Wed 12.00 - 12.30pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 10th August - 11.30am > MEL REF 78 / C2 > EPR $600,000 - $650,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Kosta Mesaritis 0412 117 529 > VIEW

Bentleigh East 51 Parkmore Road Do me up or knock me down in a great family locale. Get ready to put your renovating gloves on as this classic 3 bed timber home needs an overhaul! With a nth facing rear garden, this rough-cut gem wants to be brought back to life or can be a dream new home site. Near GESAC.

Caulfield South 21 Clarinda Street Stunning 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Edwardian in idyllic gardens enjoying a captivating lounge, fabulous dining area, sleek kitchen, character filled upstairs retreat, generous entertaining deck, studio & auto garage. Metres to tram.




611 (approx)

Wed 12.45 - 1.15pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 10th August - 2.30pm > MEL REF 69 / A12 > EPR $600,000 - $650,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Calvin Reid 0413 878 860 > VIEW




Sun from 12.00pm Sun 4th August - 12.30pm 67 / J4 $1,250,000 - $1,350,000 Caulfield 616 Glenhuntly Road 3162 > TEL 8532 5200 > CONTACT Todd Newton 0412 568 313 Mark Kirkham 0408 338 896 > VIEW


Moorabbin 2/64 Bulli Street Private seclusion with stylish comfort. Low maintenance & lovely, this rear 3 bedroom 2 bathroom single level townhouse enjoys Jarrah floors, plantation shutters, expansive living & dining, enchanting kitchen, a cottage style paved courtyard & auto garage.




Ormond 1 Florence Street

353 (approx)

Wed 2.15 - 2.45pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 10th August - 1.30pm > MEL REF 77 / H7 > EPR $500,000 - $550,000 > OFFICE Bentleigh 390 Centre Road 3204 > TEL 9557 7733 > CONTACT Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 > VIEW

In a quiet leafy street, this well preserved 1940s light-filled 3 bedroom brick charmer with an 18.6m (approx) frontage offers a wealth of opportunity. On 561sqm approx, you can renovate this much loved home or redevelop (STCA).




Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm & Sat as advertised > AUCTION Sat 10th August - 10.30am > MEL REF 68 / H8 > EPR $650,000 - $710,000 > OFFICE Carnegie 59 Koornang Road 3163 > TEL 9569 3666 > CONTACT Chris Janssens 0418 541 208 Nick Renna 0411 551 190 > VIEW

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Stunning new home spanning two levels of zoned luxury including downstairs master bedroom, impressive kitchen, dining & living, covered alfresco area & two bedrooms upstairs plus additional bathroom & living.

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Private Sale $885K View Wed 12:45 - 1:15 Michael Zakhem 0414 982 334 John Pollard 0418 331 533 Bentleigh 9557 5500

Port Melbourne 401/88 Beach Street In every direction this exceptional two bedroom plus study apartment delights the senses. Two bathrooms, dual balconies and generous living/ dining spaces offer complete modern comfort. In addition, the shared gardens and swimming pool of THE ANCHORAGE ensure a sensational lifestyle, enhanced by security entrance, storage cage and garaging for two cars.


2+ • Superb bay views • Great city sights • Two balconies • Secure garaging • Gardens and pool Auction Saturday 10th August 12.00pm Inspect Thursday 1.30-2.00 Saturday 10.00-10.30



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