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PETER WILMOTH MEETS BOMBER THOMPSON I’m driving through South Melbourne with Mark (Bomber) Thompson & he’s reflecting on some of the amazing names he’s coached over 10 years at Geelong & one at Essendon. As he tells his stories, there’s an obvious love for the football environment that even the pain of the Essendon supplements saga hasn’t killed.

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he stories reinforce what he’s told me earlier – that you walk out of a footy club and leave so much behind. “You miss the social side of football, you miss people,” he says. “You miss it. And you can’t go back. People don’t just walk into football clubs. You’ve got to be part of it. It’s gone. Your workplace has gone, your social life has gone … Everyone who leaves footy [also] leaves their core friendship group. “I knew it was going to come because I’ve seen it. I’ve seen nearly every player who’s left the game go through some time of …” He pauses. “I’m not completely lost. I’m actually training myself to not want it. The natural instinct is to go back to what you know. Just trying to find other things to do that you really value doing.” What a saga Bomber Thompson’s life has been for the past four years. From his role as assistant coach to James Hird at Essendon, Bomber took over as coach for a year (in 2014) when Hird was suspended. Bomber was fined $30,000 by the AFL for his role in the supplements saga and now finds himself in a strange limbo, hurt by the scandal, devastated for the banned players, and he says he has become “a bit insular”. And even though he’s written a book – which was cathartic – he still can’t find a passion to replace football. “There have been periods of time when I wouldn’t go out,” he says. “I didn’t want people thinking there’s …” He pauses. “The carnage from a people point of view has been massive. It’s not just the players; it’s staff, it’s [former club chairman] David Evans, it’s AFL people.” Bomber, 52, says he has had trouble sleeping. “I [would] wake up and jump on the internet to see what is in the news. It was every day.” Now he’s travelling around Australia talking to football clubs and groups of coaches, and he has dipped into property development. “The building side I thought was going to come into my life hasn’t given me that fulfilment yet. I’m still looking for that one thing. I’m not lost but I haven’t found anything either.” Say what you like about Bomber – different cat, quirky, a little bit out there – today he’s relaxed and generous with his thoughts, candid about the “perfect storm” he found himself in, and able – fortunately

Before the carnage: Mark Thompson and James Hird. May 2011. (THE AGE \ MAL FAIRCLOUGH)

– to let fly with some huge, loud laughs. After all, he was never one to take himself or the job too seriously. “I sort of just do what I want,” he says. “Because you’re an AFL coach, do you have to behave in a certain way? The bloke who coached me [Kevin Sheedy] was quirky too. I like the fact that he did what he wanted to do. We get too serious about who we have to be.” The man universally known as Bomber – only his mother calls him Mark – earned his nickname after Bomba, the Jungle Boy books for his agility in climbing trees while growing up in Airport West (his nickname later acquired the “er”). Now he has charted his journey from apprentice electrician to one of Kevin Sheedy’s “Baby Bombers”, to captaining Essendon for four years, playing in three premierships (1984, ’85 and ’93) and coaching Geelong for 10 seasons, breaking a 44-year drought with a flag in 2007 and steering them to another in 2009. And then, of course, there’s his role in the Essendon supplements saga, a scandal that prompted him to write the book. “I wanted to tell the truth. I think

the truth’s been lost. What’s taken over is winning and losing and saving face. “Four years on, we still haven’t got to the bottom of it. We can’t tell the players what we had, even though we’ve made every attempt to try and find out what happened. “It’s the perfect storm. I wish people would put their personal agendas away and just take the blame and responsibility. I can, I can do it, I don’t see why we can’t do it for the players’ sake.” Was he ever seen as the bad guy? “Yeah, to a point. My name’s there. I’ve been charged by the AFL for bringing the game into disrepute.” He wasn’t happy about the incongruity of only some of those involved in the saga being charged, and other inconsistencies. “I don’t see how people I worked with at Essendon, like Dean Robinson for example, was never charged. I don’t see how if I’d left I probably wouldn’t have been charged but if I stayed I was charged. They charged me, but they let me work with the team again. That’s totally contrasting, isn’t it? You’re partly responsible but we’ll let you back near the players.” Taking over the coaching role from James Hird in 2014 – when the team was banned from taking part in the finals – was still a good year, he says. “When I took the job on, the whole focus was on helping the players, which meant I had to stop thinking about all the other stuff and not talk about it. We hardly spoke about it the whole year.” He became a different type of coach. “I opened up. I was private, I had my ways [but] I wanted to put some enjoyment into their footy and even for the fans, to open up our club. The fans had been so good and loyal. I opened up training. I made players talk to [the fans] every session. “It was enlightening. It was refreshing for me to be a little bit more honest and open and tell it the way it is.” Bomber’s memories of building that great premiership-winning Geelong team are precious. “We got them as children, in football speak, trained them up and nurtured them and created these animals who could play the best footy in a spirit and style that was with humility and class. They were just good citizens playing unbelievably good football. Very proud of them.”

He ran out of steam at Geelong after 10 years and two flags. “I’d gone out with a goal and a philosophy, and by god it worked,” he says. “We were the greatest team of all for a period of time. I couldn’t reset my goals and say, ‘I want to win four or five’. And I was tired.” He deals with the supplements scandal eloquently in the book. I ask what perception Essendon has been left with. “I think a poorly run club. A fractured club. And a club that is probably a little bit arrogant. People maybe think we did it on purpose and tried to get away with something. I think that’s what people think. I think a large percentage of them still think that we cheated,” Bomber says. “They must, because the players have been suspended for 12 months.” Does he think they cheated? “I don’t think we ever did anything illegal. I don’t think (sports scientist) Stephen Dank is stupid enough. I don’t think it was ever anyone’s intention. I don’t think they’ve got any proof to say that it was ordered, made, delivered, paid for, given. “It’s bizarre that we still don’t know what the players were injected with. I find it absolutely bizarre that we haven’t tried hard enough. People could have actually spoken to each other. Someone should have been a facilitator. Somehow should have got us together and tried to find the facts out rather than just see who was legally wrong and responsible. That’s what the players wanted. That’s all they want still.”

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e writes that nobody has been treated worse in footy than the 34 players banned from playing over their involvement. I ask what those players have told him about the nightmare they’ve endured. “It wakes them up at night. It’s taken away their confidence. It’s kept them out of public life because of embarrassment. I don’t think they’re worried what went in their body, but they’re worried that they’ve been linked to this whole sporting disaster.” Has it damaged the players as young men? “It’s had varying effects on [different] individuals. If [former captain] Jobe [Watson] doesn’t come back and play, he’s going to finish his time in football with four disastrous years. It’s almost half of his career. And he hasn’t had the chance to be as good as he’s capable of being and play in that champion team. We’ve taken that away from him,” Bomber says. “I wouldn’t think any less of them if they went after damages. If you think about what you do for a living and you can’t be what you’re capable of being, it’s restrictive.” Should Jobe keep his Brownlow? “Well I think if he’s guilty he probably shouldn’t.

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I would still want more proof before they did it. You can’t be guilty and win an award in that year that you are guilty. I don’t think you can, and I don’t think Jobe would want it anyway.” I ask Bomber how the saga has affected him. “It’s varied; 2013 was a really tough year. To try and work in a football club and coach a team … it was hard. It was confronting, it was unsupportive. It was survival.” How has James Hird coped? “He’s gone from football hero to someone people take a different view of. I think he’s really shied away from being in public because his self-worth is probably at an all-time low. He’s probably been treated as badly as the players and he’s been targeted. “I just worry because he’s so used to being vibrant, being up and about, being respected, being loved, and you get used to those feelings in your life. And I don’t think there are too many people who have bothered to ring him or help him.” How are things between the two of them now? “We’re OK. I’ve been trying to ring him, haven’t been able to get him, he’s not taking too many phone calls. He’s probably in a big bunker. Can’t come out.” Are they still mates? “I hope so.” Bomber has regrets, and the way he dealt with Gary Ablett jnr’s year of staying or leaving Geelong is one of them. Bomber confronted Gary, who told him it was none of his business. “And it wasn’t. He was right to say that. I don’t think coaches really should get involved in negotiating contracts. It was such a distraction for us.” How are they now? “It’s OK. It’s never been great; he’s a very private person. I see him occasionally and we talk. I think if I had my time over again I’d probably change the way I did things. I should have stayed right out of it.” Bomber writes about his three children, now in their 20s, that “I missed part of your lives but you have turned out to be wonderful people”. “I think a lot of men have a lot of regrets about that,” he says. “We are busy people. I tried when I was living at home but then when I separated … it was just harder. You don’t see the little things every day that you would see, even if you are in a busy job.” Would he coach again? “I said no but I can’t say what’s going to happen in the future.” I drop Bomber off near his bayside home. As he walks across the busy road, it strikes me that after everything he – and so many at Essendon – have been through, it’s a relief to hear the man laugh. ● pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au

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Peter Wilmoth meets Olympic taekwondo contender Carmen Marton

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armen Marton will have plenty of close supporters around her at the Rio Olympics. The taekwondo athlete is in Rio to compete alongside her fiance, Safwan Khalil, who is accompanied by his brother and coach Ali, and her sister Caroline Marton. Carmen’s younger brother Jack is also with the team as a reserve and training partner. “It’s a big family affair,” says Carmen. At 30, Carmen is a taekwondo veteran. At 14 she won selection for the Australian national team and competed at the Taekwondo World Cup in Vietnam. At 16 she won silver at the World Cup in Tokyo. In 2013 she became Australia’s first taekwondo world champion and she is now competing at her third Olympics. Not bad for a girl whose parents escaped communist Poland and arrived in Australia as refugees in the early 1980s, settling in Ferntree Gully. It was Carmen’s father Andrew who inspired her – and her brother and sister – to take on the sport. “I would say he forced us into it,” she says with a

laugh. “We didn’t really have a choice. Since I was three I can remember being around the sport, watching my father compete, watching my sister train.” Carmen didn’t take to taekwondo immediately. At eight she started mixed juniors and seniors taekwondo classes in a local school hall – and says it “drove me crazy”. “We had to concentrate,” she says. “My father was running the classes so I had to be even more careful and respectful; we’d get a few death stares if we stepped out of line because he had a higher expectation of us to be providing the proper example. “I used to try and do anything to get out of those classes. I used to pretend I was sick and have a nap right before the class, try to organise piano lessons at the same time as the class. It was like school. You watch your older

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siblings go to school and you really want to go to school, and you go one time and you don’t want to go again. “Dad would also train us at home, so in between our group classes dad would drill us on technique over and over again. We are completely grateful for it now but at the time, as an eight-year-old, you couldn’t think of anything worse.” These days she concedes it has been invaluable having her father to advise her. “He’ll still give me feedback in my training sessions. I guess when it’s coming from your father it’s so much more emotional. It’s definitely a benefit to have that extra perspective, to have someone in your family who knows you so well. I’m very grateful that my parents did encourage me to do sport and be active.”

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Despite her youthful reluctance, taekwondo has given her some amazing experiences. “The fact that I’m able to travel the world is an incredible blessing,” she says. “I’m very appreciative of my father for pushing us and encouraging us to do a sport and to work hard. Those attributes transfer to other areas of your life. You learn to persevere through the hard times, you learn to get up early, work really hard and not get the rewards straight away; it might be months or even years later.” Carmen dealt well with early success. “Growing up as a female in the sport, they never made us feel different,” she says. “My father always believed all his children could be world champions. There was a really strong sense of belief that if you put in that hard work you could achieve greatness. Growing up I didn’t feel I couldn’t achieve. I always thought it was possible.” What was difficult was funding. “Throughout my whole career we’ve had to do fund-raising,” she says. “My parents

have put in their life savings to send their children around the world to compete. The club has done many fund-raising events, selling chocolates, raffle tickets, kick-a-thons, running tournaments, going to the council asking for donations.” Carmen and Safwan have travelled the world for 10 years, usually competing at the same tournaments. Lately Carmen has been living and training in Melbourne while her fiance lives in Sydney. “That’s been quite a challenge living in separate states,” she says. She says the threat of the Zika virus in Rio was a worry. “We’re quite a mature team, we’re reaching our 30s, my sister’s 32. We’re looking at starting families after this so it is a concern. Quite worrying to think about but we’re going to do everything possible to protect ourselves.” ● pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au » Carmen will compete in the Olympic

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Ask the wine guy I drink my fair share of Q chardonnay and pinot from Tasmania, but what other varieties does the island produce?

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The grapes for this come from a single, biodynamically farmed vineyard before they are fermented in Austrian oak. Floral, pretty aromas of bath salts, citrus, blossom and pretty flowers are delightfully perfumed. There’s a nice mid-palate weight to the citrus, quince and stonefruit flavours that works well with the wine’s racy acid and chalky grip. ●

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f you follow the yellow brick road of Swan Street to this Emerald City, you won’t have to look too far to see the wizard … she’s on the pass. Even on a Monday night, when most head chefs treat themselves to a lie down and a chardy, Nicky Riemer’s strawberry blonde afro bounces above the mahogany partition between kitchen and dining room. Mondays are particularly rewarding, offering special “locals’ night” banquets that change monthly, giving Nicky an opportunity to teach the young chefs in her kitchen new techniques and skills. A braised bell pepper with burrata steals my heart with its simplicity – a dish she laboured over as an apprentice at Stephanie’s in the 1990s. Vegetables are especially heroic here. If there was a “side dish of the year” award, her shaved savoy cabbage salad (the best nine bucks you’ll ever spend) would snaffle it – though the roasted Angelica Farm carrots could give it a run for its money. The food is “European provincial”, according to co-owner Adam Cash; relaxed, seasonal and impeccably balanced, according to me. These are the kind of dishes you could happily eat every day, and wish you could click your heels together to re-create at home. ● aliceinframes@theweeklyreview.com.au

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SHINE – 20TH ANNIVERSARY Q&A SCREENING FILM Before Shine, Geoffrey Rush’s screen career had largely consisted of small parts. After bagging an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for his star turn as pianist David Helfgott, the Melbourne actor became Hollywood hot property. This month marks 20 years since the film’s premiere and the Astor is celebrating with a cinema screening. Stay for a Q&A with director Scott Hicks, producer Jane Scott and screenwriter Jan Sardi. ■ August 16, 7.30pm. The Astor Theatre, St Kilda. astortheatre.com.au LAUGHTER & TEARS Highbrow meets high wire in this unique staging of composer Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. For the first time, Victorian Opera and Circus Oz join forces to tell the story of a tragic clown, Canio, played by renowned Australian tenor Rosario La Spina. Canio’s tale has been expanded into two acts, with a new prelude set to baroque and Renaissance music. Circus Oz will contribute commedia dell’arte clowning and aerial acrobatics. ■ August 13-18. Palais Theatre, St Kilda. Cost: from $55. victorianopera.com.au OPERA

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olin Lane is stepping out of his comfort zone. Best known as a comedian (he was the tall one in long-running double act Lano and Woodley), Colin is adjusting to life as a dramatic actor in Hannie Rayson’s new play Extinction. The hardest part about theatre, he says, is the different relationship with the audience. “It does scare me just a little bit, the fourth wall concept,” he says. “The shtick that Frank and I had didn’t have a fourth wall so when you made a mistake, you said to the audience, ‘I made a mistake!’. “So much of comedy is about what the audience is doing. You’re getting laughs so you have a clear idea of

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE Bob Poole’s fierce love of nature is matched only by his TALK fearlessness in the face of it. The Emmy award-winning photographer is in town this week, sharing stories of going lens-to-snout with lions, crocodiles and elephants. He’ll also talk about his fight to save Gorongosa National Park, often referred to as Africa’s Garden of Eden and ravaged by Mozambique’s civil war. ■ August 10, 7.30pm. Hamer Hall, Southbank. Cost: $45-$65. natgeolive.org/australia INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL TIV OF TIVAL MELBOURNE IFFM, the southern hemisphere’s largest celebration of Indian cinema, has a guest list packed with India’s finest actors, directors, producers, designers and singers. The theme “female empowerment” feels timely in a year when glass ceilings seem finally to be cracking. Opening night film Parched tackles misogyny head-on in a drama about ordinary women driven to extraordinary ends. ■ August 11-21. Hoyts Highpoint and Melbourne Central. iffm.com.au

Colin says he was drawn to the production by the quality of the people involved. A script from Hannie Rayson certainly helped, as did the fact that legendary filmmaker Nadia Tass

was in the director’s chair. Extinction sees Colin’s character Harry Jewell, a mining CEO, become involved in the environmental sector at a low point in his life. “His wife’s told him he’s an idiot, his daughter has said he’s destroying her life and he’s run over a tiger quoll. He wants to prove to himself and the people around him that he’s not a total failure.” When he takes the aforementioned quoll to a rescue shelter, he finds himself offering to donate millions to save the quolls from extinction. He’s surprised when environmentalists aren’t keen on taking money from one of the world’s biggest polluters. “It’s a thought-provoking show,” Colin says, when I push him for a sales pitch. “Look, the TV is always going to be there, OK? Nobody gets to their death bed and says, ‘Gee, I wish I’d watched more TV’. So get out of your house, go to the Arts Centre, have a chardonnay, or a chai latte, I don’t care – come and see some theatre and you’ll have a very entertaining night.” ● mbartlett@theweeklyreview.com.au » Extinction, Arts Centre Melbourne, August 9-13, $40-$55 artscentremelbourne.com.au

SHADOWLAND & TANGO FIRE We’re spoiled for dance this DANCE week, with two big overseas companies bringing their wares to town. American outfit Shadowland blends shadow theatre, illusion and dancing with performers contorting their silhouettes into an extraordinary array of faces, cars, buildings and, well, pretty much anything. Argentinian troupe Tango Fire takes a more traditional approach to dance, as five couples put on a sensuous and exhilarating display. Choreographed by German Cornejo, the group has sold out shows around the globe and become a YouTube sensation. ■ August 10-14. Arts Centre. Shadowland $89.90-$110; Tango Fire $80-$115. artscentremelbourne.com.au ONLINE \ Watch Shadowland at play

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ART FINTONA ART & DESIGN SHOW Fintona Girls’ School invites friends, family and the community to enjoy art and design work by its talented students from primary through to year 12. This year’s exhibition will consist of a broad range of artwork including sculpture, painting, design, textiles, printmaking, drawing and collage. Don’t miss your chance to see the work of some of Melbourne’s young up-and-coming artists. ■ August 17-19, 3.45-5pm. Fintona Girls’ School, 79 Balwyn Road, Balwyn. Cost: free Inquiries: 9830 1388 or fintona.vic.edu.au

GLOW BLOCK PARTY The Annual Glow Block Party is back over two massive nights! An all-ages fully supervised drug-, alcohol- and smoke-free event, this year the party is bigger and better than ever. Held over two consecutive weekends as part of the City of Stonnington’s Glow Winter Arts festival, these parties will be nights to remember. Featuring the best DJs in the music scene,

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dance showcases, photo booth, glow sticks, roaming performers and an amazing lightshow, there will also be giveaways for best dressed. Everyone attending is encouraged to wear bright colours on the night to fully experience the laser light show and accompanying live dance music. ■ August 12 and 19, 7pm. August 12 at Functions On Chapel, 255a Chapel Street, Prahran. August 19 at Malvern Town Hall, corner High Street and Glenferrie Road, Malvern. Cost: $10 full, $15 on the door (plus transaction fee). Inquiries: chapeloffchapel.com.au

ROSE & PINOT NOIR YUM CHA LUNCH When was the last time you enjoyed all the amazing Chinese cuisine you could eat paired with extraordinary wines? In Cantonese, “yum cha” translates to “drink tea”. But the yum cha lunch from Wine Tasting Events features four rosé wines and four pinots noir, and more than 30 different traditional yum cha dishes. ■ August 20, 1.30-3.30pm. David’s Restaurant, 4 Cecil Place, Prahran. Cost: $79. Inquiries: 9500 9307 or winetastingevents.com.au

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BRENDAN MACLEAN Alt-pop performer Brendan Maclean started his career at the piano. A full-voiced, dynamic singer, he has a songwriter’s mind and a vocal quality that will soften the hardest of hearts. The last few months have seen a stunning direction change for Brendan. Stepping away from the piano, the Sydneysider has drawn on his love of crisp Swedish production reminiscent of Robyn and Royksopp; instant classics built on anthemic hooks, mammoth choruses and some of the finest bridges you will ever hear. This exclusive Melbourne show will meld together Maclean’s creative journey thus far. ■ August 20, 8pm. Kew Court House, 188 High Street, Kew. Cost: $25. Inquiries: hawthornartscentre.com.au ● COMPILED BY JEMIMAH CLEGG

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This British indie band make a break for the mainstream, leaving behind complex rock for urgent and rather sexy dance pop. From the first verse of slinky opener Big Cat, it’s clear the group are in a sleazy, playful mood. And there’s no getting around the title of their recent single Get My Bang Bang.. But Boy King manages to enjoy the trappings of shameless, sex-crazed and Prince-flavoured pop with an ironic grin. ● ONLINE \ Watch Big Cat

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Baz Luhrmann’s excursion to telly has proved to be Netflix’s most expensive production yet. Hardly surprising, given the director’s tendency towards excess. Here, he revels in the colour and extravagance of New York circa 1977, as hedonistic disco gives way to hip hop. Music has always been important to Baz, but it’s never been as vital as it is to these kids from the Bronx – in need of liberation, or a weapon. ● THE GET DOWN\ JAYDEN SMITH

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sculpture in the bathtub, a horse on the couch and a disco in the loo are just some of the ways artworks have been exhibited at what is emerging as Melbourne’s most exciting art fair. The Hotel Windsor is, once again, about to be transformed by SPRING 1883, a high-end contemporary art show to be held as part of Melbourne’s Art Week. The invitation-only art fair returns to the Windsor after its 2014 debut, when a selected group of independent galleries took over the hotel’s suites, presenting art works in baths, drawers, beds and bedside tables. Last year the fair was held in Sydney’s Establishment Hotel. The brainchild of three Melbourne galleries (and four curators, Kate Barber, Vasili Kaliman, Vikki McInnes and Geoff Newton), who created the kind of fair they wanted to participate in, the first SPRING 1883 was applauded as one of the freshest satellite offerings at the 2014 Melbourne Art Week. Director Luisa Bosci says that, now the Melbourne Art Fair has been cancelled, SPRING 1883 is the main event of Melbourne Art Week, showcasing works from early, mid-career and senior contemporary artists. The artworks on show will carry price tags ranging from $500 to $10,000, and will include painting, tapestry, textiles, furniture, video, sculpture and neon, with new work from Australia artists including Juan Davila, Ricky Swallow, Polly Borland, Simon Denny and Dale Frank. This year more than a quarter of the 27 invited exhibitors are international galleries. SPRING 1883 poses an interesting alternative to the traditional white booth art fair model. A big drawcard is the opportunity

SUITE INSPIRATION THERE’S SOMETHING FUNNY GOING ON AT THE HOTEL WINDSOR, WRITES CLARE KENNEDY to view artworks within the faded glory of the Windsor’s apartments, such as the luxurious six-bedroom Prince Albert suite, before renovations to the hotel start later this year. “Our gallery is domestically scaled, so we have an affinity with presenting works in these kinds of spaces,” says co-curator Kate Barber. “Visitors can immediately get a sense of how a work might look in their own home. Not many of us live in a modernist white box, so it’s a more natural way to encounter work.” The gallerists have free rein in the way they set up. “The bathrooms become quite a playful space for the display of artwork,” says Luisa Bosci. In 2014 Melbourne gallery Sarah Scout Presents showed a Claire Lambe sculpture in their bathroom, while Chatterjee & Lal, from Mumbai, had a disco in their loo. Melbourne’s Neon Parc covered the floor with a veil of fog and Auckland-based gallery Gloria Knight reconstructed the interior of a tram. “People would come in and naturally hang off the straps and start talking, so it was wonderful,” Luisa says.  Visitors’ engagement with hotel guests has also raised a few stories, as art lovers followed hotel guests into their rooms thinking it was part of the show. “That’s happened a few times, despite our efforts to make sure the fair

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“The bathrooms become quite a playful space for the display of artwork” – Luisa Bosci is clearly signed,” says Kate Barber. “If a door is open, some visitors assume that must be a part of the fair, and we are like, ‘No, that’s someone getting changed!’.” This year Mark Feary, artistic director of Gertrude Contemporary, will curate a

performance suite. “The artists he chooses to perform will play on the theme of what happens in hotel rooms, which is something we’re interested in,” says Kate. Key to the fair’s success is the gallerists’ collegiality. “At a normal art fair you are in your booth, talking the whole time, and there’s very little opportunity to socialise,” says Vikki McInnes. “Whereas here a lot of the gallerists stay at the hotel. It reduces costs for them because they stay in their own suite. You might see (New Zealand gallerist) Hamish McKay wandering down the corridor in his dressing gown, and we all see each other at breakfast. It’s kind of like art camp.” Galleries in this year’s SPRING 1883 program include Kansas (New York), Grey Noise (Dubai), Southard Reid (London), Hamish McKay (Wellington), GAGPROJECTS (Adelaide), Darren Knight Gallery (Sydney) and Jan Murphy Gallery (Brisbane). There is a strong representation from Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland and Wellington contemporary art spaces. ● ckennedy@theweeklyreview.com.au » SPRING 1883, August 17-24, Hotel Windsor » spring1883.com

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TOLARNO GALLERIES’ exhibition this year will include an installation by Ben Quilty, a performance by Anastasia Klose and new works by artists including Peter Atkins, Nicholas Folland, Tim Maguire and Dan Moynihan. Each artist has responded to the Windsor’s interior by creating a work especially for the event. KAREN WOODBURY GALLERY is planning a group presentation featuring the recent work of several female artists, from the bold shapes and colours of Alice Lang, Marie Hagerty and Louise Paramor, to the delicate demanding works of Stanislava Pinchuk and Titania Henderson.

KALLI ROLFE CONTEMPORARY ART will present new work by Juan Davila, Alison Burton, Polixeni Papapetrou and Adrienne Gaha, and a series of 1970s works on paper and paintings by Howard Arkley. ●

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For a great cup of coffee? Market Lane Coffee at Prahran Market. To me, it’s the best coffee shop in Prahran. To relax after work? For me, relaxing after work is all about spending time with my family. For a fantastic lunch? For a fantastic lunch, you’ll always find me at Rumbles Patisserie at Prahran Market. They have a great selection of everything from sandwiches to hot meals and sweets. For some “me time”? I really like walking along Southbank – it might be because it’s in the heart of the city. For a great bottle of wine? I’ll head to Armadale Cellars. I think Phil and Karen have the best selection in Victoria. ● JEMIMAH CLEGG

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GIVE IT A GO JEMIMAH CLEGG GETS TRADING

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The pay-off We made $250 in the end; not too bad for a morning’s work. It was great to chat to the locals and be part of the hustle and bustle.

The promise The Camberwell Sunday Market has been a weekly ritual for many Melburnians for 40 years and its organiser, Balwyn Rotary, is celebrating the milestone with special festivities on August 28. Shoppers can find a bargain and, if you have excess clothing, records, books or bric-a-brac, you can book a stall and sell your wares.

Who should try it? Anyone who can brave the early start and has things they want to sell. The bill It’s $60 for a stall and trestle tables, while clothes racks can be hired for $9-$15.

WOULD I DO IT AGAIN?

For sure, once I have more stuff that I no longer want. ●

(ARSINEH HOUSPIAN)

The reality I do a bit of prep a few days before the market, sorting through my clothing and attaching price tags. I also have some screen-printed cushions I made one crafternoon, so I sew and get them ready. I get the husband to sort through our books and records. We arrive at six o’clock on a Sunday morning and it’s freezing. It’s still dark, but punters are already out in force with torches to see what’s being sold. Once the sun comes up, we’re ready to go as the crowd grows. We make our first sale – four books for $4 – and we’re feeling pretty proud of ourselves. Our next customer buys some of my clothing, which is in really good nick. I show her a couple of outfit ideas and she buys three things for $40.

The pain factor I could do without the early start and the cold. Only one of my hilarious “calmez votre pantalon” (“calm your pants” in French) cushion covers sold, but not everyone has my sense of humour!

Camberwell Sunday Market Market Place, Camberwell manager@sundaymarket.com.au Every Sunday, 6.30am-12.30pm, except those in the 10 days before Christmas.

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RETAIL THERAPY H O M I N G I N S T I N C T S \ M A LV E R N

Who’s behind the counter? Homing Instincts gift shop stocks everything you could possibly think of to suit even the trickiest person to buy for. Owner Jackson Lane opened the Malvern iteration of the shop three months ago, after helping his mum Jennie in the Hawthorn and Warrandyte branches. “We found this spot, it was the perfect location – it’s a really interesting space because it’s got this upstairs mezzanine level,” Jackson says. “We’ve had very positive feedback from the locals.” What’s in store? “We’ve got a heap of cards – we try to have a little bit of something for all occasions – and then gifts …” Jackson trails off and gestures around the shop. It’s packed with goods including homewares, jewellery and knick-knacks such as mobile phone covers, key holders, lamps and more. “You could come in and buy something for your grandma, or a niece or nephew – any age category and any interest,” Jackson says. Homing Instincts stocks wares from about 120 suppliers around the world, so you’re almost certain to find something unique and interesting.

Our pick The he stylish 500ml S’well Bottle is the perfect way to keep hydrated. $59.95

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“Unique things from around the world for everyone”

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204 Glenferrie Road, Malvern 9500 2468 Who’s buying? Locals of all ages drop by to pick up the perfect something for that special someone, Jackson says. “It’s really diverse in age. You get kids dragging their parents in and then older people coming in as well.” ● JEMIMAH CLEGG

Gift central: Jackson Lane loves the location of Homing Instincts in Malvern. (SCOTT McNAUGHTON)

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GETTING THERE The flight from Melbourne to Bali takes about six hours and 15 minutes

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t was in Bali while sitting by the pool with a vodka tonic and a lime (50 cents for a good-sized bag of limes) that I read Melbourne was so cold that day you might as well be sitting in your fridge. It was a great line and a sobering reminder of why we had come to Bali for a two-week escape. The challenge of Bali these days is trying to do everything you want to do in limited time, so you need to organise carefully, especially booking into the hot restaurants. Or, on the other hand, just arrive and do nothing. Both plans work. ● PETER WILMOTH pwilmoth@theweeklyreview.com.au

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As anyone who’s visited Bali recently knows, the island has become a food mecca. Our “discovery” on this trip was this superb place in Canggu, about 30 minutes’ drive from Seminyak, which puts a modern spin on Japanese food. Just a couple of hundred metres from Finn’s Beach Club, One Eyed Jack is a cool, stylish diner with an enticing menu including crisp soft-shell crab sliders, pork belly, tuna/salmon tacos, miso black cod and quail egg. We also did what any self-respecting Australian traveller is doing and visited Frank Camorra’s newest Movida in Seminyak (great), Sarong (satisfying as ever), Saigon Street Bali (endlessly good food in a vibey atmosphere), and Mamasan (never fails to turn on a great night). ●

Canggu, a half-hour drive from Seminyak, is Bali’s new hot spot and there are some fun things to do apart from surfing the several breaks along this stretch – much easier surf for beginners to intermediate than the breaks on the Bukit, such as Bingin and Balangan, which are awesome for more experienced surfers. I rented one of the many quality Malibu boards on offer for $10. It’s crowded but fun. Uluwatu, where the world’s best surfers tackle awesome breaks, is an easy day trip from Seminyak. Watch in awe from the warungs that spill down the cliffside. Grab a beanbag on the sand and have a drink or dinner at Finn’s Beach Club, Canggu, while you watch the surfers. It’s cool and laid-back and a DJ pumps out some chilled tunes as you enjoy pre-dinner

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The Alila Seminyak is a luxurious five-star newcomer on the Petitenget scene. It’s a brilliant location on the beach between the Seminyak strip around the W Hotel and the action-packed area in the other direction around Motel Mexicola and now legendary Sisterfields cafe. Y You’re walking to all of that. The Alila is also a short walk to restaurants La Lucciola – with that view, still one of the best places for breakfast on the island – and elegant Petitenget. And it’s a short trot along the beach down to beach club Potato Head. The Alila is top-end accommodation with stylish rooms, many with sea views. Rooms are superbly and subtly appointed and staff go out of their way to help. The hotel has three pools or there’s the beach. The Restaurant at Alila offers great dining and The Beach Bar is a perfect place to sit with lunch or a drink and watch the waves. ●

drinks and nibbles. There’s also night surfing under floodlights. Have a beer at Old Man’s (Jl Batu Bolong Beach) at Canggu. Full of surfers and backpackers learning to surf, it has a relaxed vibe with unpretentious food and cool tunes at night. Motel Mexicola, in Seminyak, is more a party than a restaurant. The food is just OK but the vibe – it’s a garishly decorated, supercharged outdoor Mexican cantina not afraid to play Tijuana Brass – is fun. It’s at Jl Kayu Jati No. 9. Consider a day at the Waterbom park in Kuta. It has mellow, moderate and extreme rides and slides – the kids loved it. Bad weather? Try Amo Spa (Jl Petitenget No. 100X, Seminyak) for the best mani-pedi or facial in Bali. ●

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SCHOOL FOR GENERATIONS old Fintonian Jackie Besley & her daughter Piper talk to melissa heagney about their history with the school

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“all the relationships with the teachers are really personal”

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t was 1981 when Jackie Besley made her way from her family home in Mont Albert to Fintona Girls’ School for her first day of year 7. Like thousands of girls before her, Jackie was nervous and excited about being in secondary school. “There were girls who came through the junior school who all knew each other – and a whole group of us who didn’t. That was a challenge. “But making new and wonderful friends again [in that first year] is the bit I remember the most,” she says. Jackie soon got into the swing of school life, finding her passion for subjects including her favourite – history. “My history teacher Mrs Evans was my favourite teacher and she was also one of the hardest on me as well. I came back and saw her a couple of years after I left. I was at university and I brought some of my history papers to show her,’’ Jackie says. “I also had her in year 7 for English and she was mortified at my grammar, punctuation and spelling. She went out of her way to really bring me up to speed. She was great.” Jackie says it was a similar story for other teachers at the school. “What really stood out was the closeness between the teachers and the students. “Because the school is so small, it’s really intimate. I knew that I could go and knock on the staff-room door and get help from anybody and they all knew me,’’ she says. “That was really reassuring.” After graduating, Jackie went on to Monash University, where she attained a bachelor of arts, and she also earnt a bachelor of psychology (honours) from James Cook University in Queensland, where she lived with her husband and two children for a few years before returning to Melbourne. One of those children, Piper, joined Fintona four years ago, in year 5. Like her mum, Piper says she likes the close relationships that students build with the teachers. “All the relationships with the teachers are really personal. If you’re walking down the street and you see a teacher, they say ‘hi’,” she says. Piper says she dreams of being a pilot once she finishes at Fintona. Jackie became involved in the school again by serving as a board member for the past 18 months. She says she was inspired by another Old Fintonian to take on the role. “It was on [Fintona’s] valedictory night and the outgoing chair, Amanda McMahon, was talking about being involved with the school and going onto the board,” she says. “She said, ‘If I could just encourage one person to follow in my footsteps, or to make a contribution in some way like I have, that would be my goal’. It really, really resonated with me. I sent her an email asking to have a chat and it went from there.” Jackie works for an executive search company specialising in the education sector. She says she still has a passion for history and enjoyed the book being published about Fintona’s 120 years. She is looking forward to her 30-year reunion and to seeing Fintona continue as a good school. “I hope it continues to flourish and help develop really strong, resilient women who can do anything,” she says. ● melissa.heagney@theweeklyreview.com.au

JACKIE BESLEY & PIPER

» To celebrate its 120th anniversary, the school will hold an Old Fintonians High Tea at Leonda By The Yarra on Sunday, October 23. » Details at fintona.vic.edu.au

Fintona Girls’ School 79 Balwyn Road, Balwyn 9830 1388


DRIVE

DOUBLE TORQUE ROD & SHERYL EASDOWN TEST DRIVE BMW X4 35D

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mall SUVs with rakishly cavalier rear rooflines Sis like have a problem – the view from the centre mirror looking out of a letter box. I didn’t think

kay, I really like BMWs and I admit that, but O with the X4 it’s true love. The moment I climbed in and the seat formed perfectly around me I was

ROD’S VERDICT A good thing, but I’d have the Evoque. ●

smitten. And it drives beautifully with usable power always on tap to make it delightfully flexible and a gearbox that you don’t even notice. Mostly it’s the feeling of body strength and integrity that’s so reassuring. This is a relaxing car in the country and, even if the ride gets a little firm across second-class surfaces and B roads, the distance tends to fall away. In town the X4 is the right size, nicely compact but with surprisingly good interior space that’s usable and practical. At one stage we had three across the back seat and it remained manageable and easy to get to the belts. The cargo room is excellent and it’s easy to park. The interior is beautifully finished and the surfaces are warm and tactile. The audio is pretty good. The electronics remain a mystery; pay attention when they are explained. ●

BMW X4 35D

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$99,853

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A 230-kilowatt 3-litre six-cylinder turbocharged diesel with an eight-speed auto.

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8.9 litres per 100km in the city, 6.5 in the country. The official combined figure is 6.0.

C O N S E N S U S \ COMFORTABLE, REFINED & FUN, BUT IT COSTS A LOT MORE \ bmw.com.au

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anything could be narrower than the Range Rover Evoque’s rear view but this X4 takes the cake. Make sure to set your side mirrors up properly because the blind spots are more blind than most. BMW is challenging the Evoque with the X4, and the Evoque HSE is a very good thing indeed and $13,000 cheaper. So is the BMW better? Well the diesel motor is a beauty and the cabin and fittings are typically BMW – luxurious certainly, but ordered and businesslike. The electronic menus are also typically BMW; designed by engineers. If you don’t think like an engineer then you must learn to do so. The handling is brilliant, the cost being ride quality that gets quite sharp. If your heart’s set on a BMW this is a really good one, but look at the top Evoque before signing the papers. ●

A nice place to be. I’ll take this over an Evoque any day. ●

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LIVING SPACES TRINITY LANE

The selling point Spacious, purpose-built and architect-designed independent retirement apartments in a highly sought-after area close to shops, parks, services and hospitals.

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rinity Lane is a newly released independent retirement living project just a three-minute walk from the Darebin Creek parklands, which is at the end of the leafy street. The two-storey development comprises 23 spacious one and two-bedroom apartments with communal facilities, set in immaculately landscaped surrounds close to Ivanhoe’s shops, services, parks and hospitals. The site was formerly St Bernadette’s parish tennis courts, but with diminished use the parish decided to give it a new purpose. Trinity Lane is the latest project to be developed by Villa Maria Catholic Homes, which has a long-standing reputation for developing high-quality retirement living. Recent projects include Athelstan in Camberwell, Barnsbury in Deepdene and St Joseph’s Mews in Hawthorn. Villa Maria Catholic Homes property development manager Simon Sloan says Trinity Lane has been designed for beauty, practicality and absolute comfort. “Trinity Lane offers the opportunity to join a new boutique community in Ivanhoe with its tree-lined streets and an abundance of pastimes on offer that are never more than a 10-minute bus ride from your front door. “Villa Maria Catholic Homes has a long and proud reputation for delivering high-quality, independent living retirement communities. At Trinity Lane, our aim is to maximise residents’ independence and opportunities for socialising.”

LIVING AREA

Stoll Long Architects’ design for Trinity Lane appears as a collection of contemporary brick-and-render townhouses set in gardens designed for privacy and outlooks by John Patrick Landscape Architects. The five one-bedroom and 18 two-bedroom apartments have spacious floorplans sized from 69 to 133 square metres and integrated outdoor living within private outdoor spaces that range from nine to 220 square metres. Prices start at $540,000 for a 69-square-metre, one-bedroom apartment with a nine-square-metre balcony and rise to $1.11 million for a 133-square-metre, two-bedroom apartment with a study,

fireplace and 216-square-metre terrace and courtyard. Under the retirement village structure, residents enter lease arrangements with exit fees based on years of residence at a percentage of the original lease cost. At Trinity Lane, deferred management fees and maintenance fund fees will be capped with rates available on application. All have one or two parking spaces and storage in the secure basement. Construction is expected to start in September with completion in February 2018. ● LIZ McLACHLAN lmclachlan@theweeklyreview.com.au

Location, location Trinity Lane is a two-minute drive from Ivanhoe’s cafes, restaurants and shops. On foot it’s 12 minutes to the Darebin Creek trail and 15 minutes to Ivanhoe. The Ivanhoe Golf Course, Chelsworth Park and Main Yarra trail are nearby, as are the Heidelberg Repatriation, Austin and Warringal private hospitals and the North Eastern Rehabilitation Centre.

THE BUILD Address \ 133 Ford Street, Ivanhoe Developer \ Villa Maria Catholic Homes Building and interiors \ Stoll Long Architects Landscape design \ John Patrick Architects Sales \ 1800 809 345 Display \ 133 Ford Street, Ivanhoe Open \ By appointment only: 1800 809 345

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Trinity Lane’s spacious floorplans have light-filled living areas with lofty 2.8-metre to three-metre ceiling heights and generous glazing. Three of the one-bedroom apartments, up to 81 square metres indoors, have a study/flexi-room and a powder room. The five largest two-bedroom apartments (127-133 square metres) also have a study/ flexi-room and a Jetmaster fireplace in the living area. All but two have an island or peninsula bench in the kitchen and most have a walk-in or walk-through wardrobe off the main bedroom. All two-bedroom apartments have two bathrooms. ●

Grey limed-oak flooring runs through the open-plan living areas with plush carpet in bedrooms. Kitchens feature Essastone benchtops, glass splashbacks and 2pac joinery with a Miele stainless-steel gas cooktop, built-in range hood, oven, integrated fridge and freezer with ice maker, microwave oven with grill and a single or double Fisher & Paykel integrated dish drawer. In the bathrooms, the floors have slip-resistant tiles and there’s an Essastone floating vanity with 2pac joinery and walk-in shower. The concealed laundry includes a Miele washing machine and dryer. ●

Trinity Lane buyers will share a residents’ lounge with fireplace and bookshelves looking on to outdoor living areas and gardens, and a dining/function space opening to an outdoor dining area that is shaded by a pergola. Residents will be able to hold private or residents’ gatherings, dinner parties, functions and classes in the shared spaces and there’s a commercial-grade kitchen. John Patrick Landscape Architects has designed garden beds with mature trees and lawns around outdoor living areas. A fully equipped gym is also included. ●

Living area \ 69-133 square metres Outdoor space \ 9-220 square metres Facilities \ Covered barbecue area, communal lounge, kitchen, dining room, gym Pricing guide \ One-bedroom $540,000 – $640,000 Two-bedroom $820,000 – $1.11 million

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PERSONAL SPACE

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AT H O M E W I T H B E N S H E W R Y

P U K E K O PA I N T I N G BY MY DAD

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hen Ben Shewry and his wife, Natalia, were ready to invest in their first home seven years ago, they headed to Ocean Grove. Since then, the owner and chef at internationally renowned restaurant Attica has commuted for more than three hours a day. But the long drive is worth it for Ben, who loves living in the small coastal community. “I love being close to nature, going surfing and raising our three children in a less busy environment,” he says. “I love hearing the sound of the ocean at night. We lived in Melbourne for six years before we bought our home but I feel more comfortable in a smaller place. If I’m painting the fence people stop and chat and everyone says hello when they pass you in the street. That makes a place feel like home.” The kitchen is the hub of the fourbedroom house. The sleep-out is a play room and there’s a lounge filled with natural light. The outdoor dining area has a touch of home for New Zealand-born Ben – a silver fern motif is painted on the fence. “I’ve done the work myself. I’m the son of a builder,” he says. “I prefer to have things in my home that will last a lifetime. I’d love to collect mid-century Danish furniture next. The design is simple, beautiful and practical and 70 years later it still looks amazing. I’d love to create food that would be relevant in 70 years’ time.” ● SARAH MARINOS smarinos@theweeklyreview.com.au

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My dad, Rob Shewry, is an artist. He painted this in 2010 and gave it to me. It’s two pukeko birds in a swamp below his property. With my friend, Ted Lombardo, who is a chocolatier, I created a dish for Attica as a tribute called the Pukeko’s Egg. I don’t go to a gallery and buy art. I have to be somewhere, meet someone, there’s a connection, and then I buy something.

I have a long, classic, single-fin longboard, a Brian Anderson model that I bought in California. I’ve surfed since I was a kid. It’s a form of escape. I can be grumpy or stressed, go for a surf and feel like a million dollars afterwards.

HAND-MADE KNIVES I’ve collected these over 10 years or so. One of them is one of only 21 in the world, made by a famous Japanese bladesmith called Takamura. It was given to me five years ago in Japan. Later I was in a famous high-end knife shop in New York and saw one in a cabinet. The owner said it wasn’t for sale and I told her I already had one. She said that wasn’t possible and I told her I really did have that knife. I like the practicality of knives. They are art you can use.

BASKETBALL COURT

FUN HO! ANTIQUE TOY COLLECTION These toys were made in Inglewood, the town in New Zealand where I went to school. They were made from the late 1920s to the late 1970s and are hard to find now. I used to travel around the North Island looking for them in antique shops, going to swap meets and answering ads in newspapers. I like their simplicity.

I was a fan of basketball when I was younger. I played in teams at high school but hadn’t had anything to do with it for years because I was working an absolute tonne at Attica. Then my son, Kobe, started playing and made a team with his schoolmates – the Red Dragons. I coached them for four years. We built this basketball court five years ago. Kobe plays for the Melbourne Tigers’ first under-14 team and I’m amazed by his focus and determination. AUGUST 10, 2016 \ THE WEEKLY REVIEW 29


THE STYLIST M I R A N D A TAY G O E S O N T H E I N S I D E

ULTIMATE SHELFIE Got a great nook? Turn it into a spot to express your shelf. Terri Winter, of top3bydesign, gives us her top tips on what makes a great display.   S H O W Y O U O F F \ A good “shelfie” is meaningful to the creator; it’s the perfect way to depict your personality. Consider the palette and shapes. For starters, try monochrome with a touch of wood or a pop of colour.

L O C A T I O N , L O C A T I O N \ The location of your shelfie will affect the scale, colour and number of objects. On a bookshelf, small vignettes of product can be used to break up the usual run of books. Try a mix of creative bookends, clocks, a bluetooth speaker or found objects.

F E A T U R E S T O R I E S \ As an alternative to art, use small feature shelves to break up a wall. From a single floating shelf to a hanging string pocket shelf, create a stage to showcase your style. In this instance the objects can be more highly curated and purpose-driven. C A S C A D E C R E A T I V E L Y \ A small plant in a carefully chosen

N O L I M I T S \ Any flat surface or window sill can make a shelf. A hall console at the entry – with a candelabra, vases and tealight candle holders – will welcome guests. Popular now are bar areas, complete with wine rack and glassware. ● mtay@theweeklyreview.com.au

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planter is a great way to bring your shelfie to life. Drape ivy and plants with cascading tendrils or try succulents.

top3 by design in Richmond: (from top, first shelf) Nordic candelabra 7 arm, $249. (second shelf) Alessi Dressed in Wood cheese board, 40cm, $166; Alessi La Stanza fruit holder, $120; Stelton vacuum jug, white $140; Alessi Dressed in Wood centrepiece, 39cm, $255. (third shelf) Stelton Cylinda Line coffee pot, $698; teapot, $698; sugar bowl with lid $160; Nordic candelabra 4-arm, $159; Muuto elevate vase grey, $199. (fourth shelf) Power to Make modular wine rack, 6 bottles, $55; Shore bird, medium $65; small $50; Menu wire bowl, chrome, $145. (fifth shelf) Fink Coolamon tray, spine, silver $175; Stelton Cylinda line salad bowl, $595; Echelon wine rack, $189. (sixth shelf) Koziol setup wine rack (while stocks last) $69.95; Missoni cushions, from $216 each. Aveva felt pouf, $581. Menu anteroom bar stool, $850. George Nelson Ball clock, black brass, $653. Zuny bookend giraffe, tan, $79.90.


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Magis Elysee shelving, from $660, from Cult

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Medicom Toy 400% Bearbrick Daft Punk set, $350, from Saint Side

BOWL

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Porcelain Bear Fruit Tree bowl, $500

TEAPOT G L A S S WA R E Geo Series hand-blown glassware by Canberra Glassworks, teal, jug $185, glass $66, from Kif & Katast

Seletti I-Wares porcelain teapot, $85, from Amara

HORN EN&IS handmade ceramic horn, optimises music from your iPhone, mini from $500, mega, from $1100, from Mondopiero

PLANTER Large bucket / planter, brass, $120, from Lightly

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ore than 20 years after it was built, this house, designed by architect Nic Bochsler at a triple-A Toorak address, remains utterly contemporary. It is still relevant, with abundant natural light and large open-plan rooms overlooking a magnificent garden and swimming pool. The fact that the garden is now very well established makes the property even more appealing. At every turn, from every window, there is something of interest. It might be the horizon-edged swimming pool and manicured lawn, the stand of silver birches, glimpses of the meditation pool, or views to walls wrapped in vines or to the hills to the north. It’s the sort of property where you might rarely need to venture beyond the gates of the 1576-square-metre estate. Entertain on a small or lavish scale, swim, enjoy a gym session followed by a dip in the plunge pool, study, work from home – it’s all possible at this private sanctuary. The house, set at the “elbow” of Linlithgow Road, is behind discreet black metal gates. The home is monumental and imposing. The entry through a pivot door into a void offers the anticipation of a big, bold house. And it does not disappoint. The vast sitting room includes signature Bochsler elements of an open fireplace, north- and west-facing terraces, six-metre-high ceilings, vertical windows and great expanses of walls for hanging art. Look out and there is the view of the pool and garden. Look in the other direction to the open-plan library and a wall of well-thumbed books. A door from the library opens to the study, where windows overlook the garden and entrance to the house. Sliding cavity doors open the sitting room to the kitchen with its black granite benches and timber cabinetry. A mix of Gaggenau and Miele appliances should make most cooks happy. As the director of a play makes sure the show flows properly, the architect has ensured an excellent flow of

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rooms. The casual dining area is at one end of the kitchen. A few steps lead down to the living room with its metal-framed, floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open to the terrace and swimming pool. Directly behind the kitchen, through a discreet door, is the laundry that overlooks the meditation pool and has outdoor access. Back inside again, the dining room, wrapped by windows on three sides, also looks out to the meditation pool and water feature with a vine-clad wall as the background. Two bedrooms on this floor are well separated from the living and entertaining areas. Both have built-in timber desks and en suites and overlook a pebble garden with built-in trampoline. Still on this level, just past the second bedroom, is a glass-walled gym with a deck at one end and the plunge pool at the other. The sumptuous main bedroom suite on the first floor is reached by a long passage with a glass balustrade that allows a view down to the ground-floor living room. This suite is a series of three “rooms”. The first, north-facing room is the bedroom, with doors to a wraparound terrace that highlights the elevation of the house. Views from the terrace stretch past the rooftops of Toorak and the suburbs to the dome of the Xavier College chapel and hills on the horizon. The second “room” – a walk-in wardrobe/dressing room with fitted timber cabinets – leads to the en suite, where the super-sized, black-tiled shower overlooks a private terrace garden. The other end of this floor is given over to a study or fourth bedroom with its own bathroom. Lavish finishes, customised joinery, high-end appliances, a 1250-bottle cellar, cool room, store room, irrigation and 50,000-litre water tank should all help make life easy at this Toorak house. ● MARIA HARRIS property@theweeklyreview.com.au

final word “A MODERN MASTERPIECE FROM THE HIGHLY HLY REGARDED NIC Bochsler – AS IMPRESSIVE IN ITS HL SCALE AS IT IS SECLUDED & PRIVATE.” JUSTIN LONG – AGENT

DEPUTY PROPERTY EDITOR \ BONNIE ZIEGELER M \ 0437 603 911

Marshall White \ 9822 9999

ADVERTISING INQUIRIES REGIONAL SALES MANAGER \ MATTHEW MAASDIJK mmaasdijk@theweeklyreview.com.au M \ 0417 307 710

Fast facts \ Nic Bochsler-designed house on 1576 square metres; vast open-plan sitting room with open fireplace; west- and north-facing terraces; formal dining room; sumptuous main suite with dressing room, en suite and wraparound terrace; designer kitchen with Miele and Gaggenau appliances; library; two studies; gym; plunge pool; horizon-edged swimming pool; hydronic and ducted heating; cooling; video intercom; irrigation and water tank; wine cellar; cool store; automatic gates; two-car basement garage and two uncovered car spaces

The real estate cover story (right) and We Love It property reviews on the following pages have been visited by TWR journalists. Agents’ Choices and Out of Town are promotions provided by the selling agent.

Toorak \ 5 kilometres from the city

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Price \ $12 million +

Expressions of interest \ Close August 17 at 5pm


Toorak life

EAT

LAFAYETTE FINE FOODS This Brighton institution recently opened a new shop in Toorak, specialising in fresh ready-made meals and catering. lafayettefinefoods.com.au

SHOP

FASHION DELI Celebrating six years this month, this children’s boutique is a showcase of designer clothes, toys and homewares. fashiondeli.com.au

LIVE

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+ FLOOR PLANS

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TOORAK \ 4 MYVORE COURT R RT This contemporary house offers three exceptional levels, with modern interiors surrounded by outstanding views of Rick Eckersley-designed gardens and a swimming pool. In a quiet court moments from Glenferrie Road, the house is close to Scotch College, Lauriston Girls’ School, Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club and trams. Inside, the entry hall leads to the main living room that offers natural light from its floor-to-ceiling windows. The decorative stone fireplace creates a welcoming atmosphere. On this floor are also a full-sized bathroom, home office space and double garage with internal access. In the rear half, the spacious kitchen is bright with a white colour scheme and showcases modernity with its lavish stone benchtops and soft-closing drawers. Further down, it extends to an open meals area leading to a heated outdoor zone equipped with a barbecue. Four of the five bedrooms are upstairs. The main is nestled in its own wing and has a walk-in wardrobe, stylish en suite and private sun terrace. The lower-ground floor has a large rumpus room and generous storage space. It looks across the swimming pool, making it an ideal family entertainment and retreat area fit for any season. ● SUZAN DELIBASIC

POSTCODE

3142

5

3

2

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PROPERTY ID » 2012936823

Kay & Burton \ 9820 1111 in conjunction with Marshall White \ 9822 9999

BALWYN NORTH \ 4A CORHAMPTON T TON ROA RO OAD

3122

Fletchers \ 9841 5788

Expressions of interest \ Close August 16 at 5pm

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Price \ $6 million +

17 Morang Road, Hawthorn 3

1

POSTCODE 4

3141

19/85 Alexandra Avenue, South Yarra 2

2

2

Agent: Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 ................................................................. Price: $2 million + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday August 27 at 11am ................................................................. OFI: Thu 11.45am-12.15pm; Sat 1-1.30pm .................................................................

Agent: Andrew Sahhar 0417 363 358 ................................................................. Price: $850,000 + ................................................................. Auction: Saturday August 27 at 2pm ................................................................. OFI: Thurs 12 - 12.30 & Sat 11 - 11.30am .................................................................

Impressive inside and out, this superb Victorian has classic proportions and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Off-street parking front and rear.

In a highly sought-after pocket of South Yarra is this spacious apartment with oversized entertainers' terrace, exemplifying quality and size.

Let's eat lunch @ Hawthorn Common, 302 Burwood Road Let's eat dinner @ Thai Saffron, 223 Riversdale Road Let's drink coffee @ Bawa, 248 Burwood Road

Let's eat lunch @ Entrecote, 131-133 Domain Road Let's eat dinner @ The Botanical, 169 Domain Road Let's drink coffee @ Cafe Domain, 171 Domain Road

PROPERTY ID » 2012944780

Price \ $1.5 million – $1.6 million

Auction \ August 20 at 11am

There’s a calming elegance here. In a quiet, secluded position just a few minutes’ walk from Glen Iris shops, the block has only two villas and this one is tucked away at the back. Built about the turn of the century, it has a classically neutral interior with french windows, carpeted bedrooms, and elegant parquetry floors in the entrance, rear living space and kitchen. Inside, three rooms split from the entry. To the left is the study with a built-in wardrobe, while the living room is to the right. Straight ahead is the combined family and meals area and kitchen, divided from the living room by a sliding door. The kitchen is white, with painted timber cabinets and contrasting black stone benches. A glass door opens the living area to the courtyard. Nearby are the laundry, bathroom and separate toilet. The three bedrooms are at the end of a short hall. The main has an en suite and walk-in wardrobe, while the other two have built-in wardrobes. Also on the title is a double garage with remote-controlled entry. ● JULIAN HEALEY

POSTCODE

3104

3

2

2

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HAWTHORN \ 10 O OAK STREET

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PROPERTY ID » 2012934824

In a street noted for its attractive facades and variety of housing stock, this Victorian beauty stands out from the pack. A welcoming garden precedes a symmetrical facade with a lacework-trimmed portico. The house’s exquisite brickwork reveals a meticulous attention to detail that continues inside.

Renovated six years ago, it provides generous accommodation, space for entertaining and ample storage. Staying true to the house’s Victorian heritage, the floor plan has a wide central hall with rooms arranged off it. Every room features rich timber joinery. The first room on the right is a sitting room with its original marble fireplace. Exposed shelving provides a place to display

3

Jellis Craig \ 9810 5000

POSTCODE

3122

2

1

Price \ $2.8 million +

books and possessions. In the front rooms, all the typical Victorian details are on display; ceiling roses, architraves and cornices add foil and texture to the pared-back colour and material scheme. The main bedroom has a large walk-in wardrobe and a contemporary en suite in fashionable neutral tones. At the rear is the kitchen and family hub.

This area is awash with natural light thanks to high ceilings and large glass sliding doors that overlook the deck and pool. The tropical garden is a showstopper and introduces greenery and life into the interiors. The kitchen is designed for entertaining and has stone benchtops, a butler’s pantry, and Miele and Gaggenau appliances. ● FRANCESCA CARTER

Auction \ August 13 at 11am

GLEN IRIS \ 5 TOWER HILL RO ROA OAD POSTCODE

3101

AUCTION

18 Finhaven Court, Kew 4

2

CLEARANCE RATES

2

Agent: Anton Zhouk 0430 224 438 ................................................................. Price: About $2.5 million ................................................................. Auction: Saturday August 13 at 12.30pm ................................................................. OFI: Thu 1.15-1.45pm; Sat noon-12.30pm .................................................................

JULY 2016 SUBURB

100%

ASHBURTON

2

100%

BALWYN

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56%

12

75%

CAMBERWELL

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CANTERBURY

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GLEN IRIS

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HAWTHORN

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HAWTHORN EAST KEW

Let's eat lunch @ Axil Coffee Roasters, 322 Burwood Road Let's eat dinner @ Samurai, 804 Glenferrie Road Let's drink coffee @ Rococo, 797 Glenferrie Road

%

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BALWYN NORTH

The inspired design of this stunning contemporary residence brilliantly maximises space, natural light and family functionality with sophisticated style.

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ARMADALE

PRAHRAN

14

79%

SOUTH YARRA

15

87%

SURREY HILLS

5

40%

TOORAK

9

67%

SOURCE \ REIV *Due to the very low volume of auctions in some suburbs the clearance rates are likely to show a high degree of volatility.

VISIT \ reviewproperty.com.au Hocking Stuart \ 9818 1888

PROPERTY ID » 2012935911

Price \ About $1.8 million

Auction \ August 13 at 1pm

Built in the 1930s and extended in the 1960s, this now two-storey clinker-brick house has also benefited from more recent renovations. Together, these modifications present a neat assembly of heritage and contemporary spaces. With separate casual and formal living areas, the ground floor is heavily zoned – comprising bedrooms and places for the family to relax. The formal lounge and dining room are near the entry and have open fireplaces, cornices and ceiling roses. The bedroom opposite has a large bay window. Behind it, there’s a smaller bedroom and a sky-lit bathroom. The kitchen, with breakfast bar and stainless-steel benches and appliances, leads into an open-plan meals and living area. Bifold doors open to a covered terrace with a pool and a freestanding laundry and bathroom. Upstairs, three more bedrooms surround a study space and sleek central bathroom. The main bedroom has a retreat and all three bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and get neighbourhood views. ● JULIAN HEALEY

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| 3/11 Lascelles Avenue

Elegant, Exclusive Single Level Luxury

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Merely moments from Toorak Village, this substantial apartment´s two luxurious bedrooms, each with a travertine ensuite, surround a fabulous library or home office featuring a northerly terrace retreat. The refinement that is this residence´s hallmark is confirmed by huge living and dining areas and a separately zoned Gaggenau kitchen/everyday dining domain, both overlooking a landscaped courtyard. CBUS automation, heating/cooling, surround sound, double garaging and a secure store room enhance enjoyment. One of only four

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A4 | B3 | C2 | D

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| 5 Northbrook Avenue

Irresistible Family Spaces

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This refined residence´s evocative formal rooms and irresistible courtyard retreat lead to superb living/dining spaces and an open plan kitchen with a walk-in pantry overlooking north westerly outdoor areas and a solar heated pool. Four well proportioned bedrooms, two with ensuites, a third bathroom and large study/5th bedroom define the upstairs desirability of a home further enhanced by a temperature controlled wine room, ducted heating/cooling, a two car garage and additional parking in a tightly held address moments from all the area´s schools.

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A5 | B4 | C2

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| 2 Vincent Street

Limitless Family Allure

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Jack Merlo gardens deliver external beauty that´s matched by DEVONIA´s brilliant interior dimensions, superb Miele kitchen/dining, terrace entertaining, BBQ bench, an elegant pavilion and north-facing retreat surrounding a solar/gas heated self-cleaning pool and spa. Up to five bedrooms and three bathrooms are complemented by an inviting upstairs children´s lounge and a separate office/retreat with its own deck. Hydronic heating, SONOS, 21,000L water tank and double carport. Desirably close to prestigious schools and Central Park.

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| 2/16 Beaver Street

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Kate Cusack 0438 334 374 Tim Derham 0438 332 844 Office 9864 5300

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Luxuriously Large Single Level Spaces

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2/28 Walsh Street South Yarra 3

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348 Orrong Road, Caulfield North 9526 1999 55 Inkerman Street, St Kilda 9066 4688 42 Koornang Road, Carnegie 9563 1666 garypeer.com.au

22 Jessamine Avenue PRAHRAN Your Perfect Estate In Jessamine The captivating allure of this impeccable home is underpinned by an exquisite blend of period beauty with contemporary finesse. Matching the luxury of space with everything a family could need, this sophisticated domain enjoys a prestigious park-side position. Transformed by a stylish renovation & extension, the beautifully proportioned design incorporates an elegant formal l ounge, separate dining, family room, study, casual meals, gourmet kitchen & a self-contained teenager’s retreat. A poolside patio & garden create a wonderful setting for entertaining.

www.123samplestreetcaulfieldnorth.com www.22JessamineAvenuePrahran.com

Auction Sunday 21 August 12:30pm Inspect Thurs 2:00-2:30 & Sun 3:30-4:00 Contact Darren Krongold 0438 515 433 Sally Zelman 0412 294 488 Daniel Fisher 0409 797 560

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215 Kooyong Road TOORAK EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Monday 29th August at 3.00pm (Unless sold prior) Renovate this fantastic elevated light filled beautifully constructed 1970’s family residence with broad street frontage of 24.32m or rebuild on this large allotment. House opens to expansive terrace with in ground pool, spectacular views towards the Dandenongs, cabana and outdoor entertaining facilities. Land size 1145m2. Ideally situated within walking distance to quality private schools, transport, cafes, restaurants and shops. Comprises large entrance foyer, formal lounge, separate dining, kitchen/informal sitting area, 3 bedrooms, 2 with en suite, family bathroom, large laundry, double car garage, heating and cooling. www.215kooyongroad-toorak.com VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Jeremy Fox 0418 339 650 | Oliver Booth 0413 975 723 | Toorak Office 03 9826 1000 | rtedgar.com.au 42 The weekly review \ AUGUST 10, 2016


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18 Cole Court TOORAK AUCTION Saturday 20th August at 12.00pm (Unless sold prior) Located in one of Toorak’s most prestigious locales, this elegant 3 bedroom town residence offers flexible living and entertaining spaces complemented by a private West facing courtyard with water feature. Downstairs comprises grand entry with inviting sitting area and open fire place leading to generous main living room, dining room and open plan well-appointed kitchen. Upstairs offers a generous landing with study area, 2 bedrooms, family bathroom, expansive master suite with large walk in robe, ensuite, and balcony. Features integrated garage, security system, integrated sound, ducted heating and air conditioning. www.18colecourt-toorak.com Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 | Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 | Toorak Office 03 9826 1000 | rtedgar.com.au AUGUST 10, 2016 \ The weekly review 43


Penthouse, 60A Heyington Place TOORAK FOR SALE An expansive single level penthouse in a tranquil corner of Melbourne’s premier suburb in a boutique complex of only 7. Lavishly appointed with quality fittings including Miele equipped kitchens, integrated heating and cooling, CBUS, an abundance of natural stone, tall ceilings and 2 secure basement car spaces. Offering the ideal lifestyle with generous open living spaces and sizeable terrace positioned just moments from the banks of the Yarra River and a selection of dining and entertainment opportunities. Act quickly to maximise stamp duty savings. www.sixtyaheyingtonplace.com.au VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 | Justine Harris 0407 332 618 | Toorak Office 03 9826 1000 | rtedgar.com.au 44 The weekly review \ AUGUST 10, 2016


83 Mount Street KEW AUCTION Saturday 20th August at 12.30pm (Unless sold prior) Immense spaces and extravagant amenity underpin this lavish home, an Englehart Homes finalist in the 1996 HIA awards. Perfectly positioned on approx. 766m2 North-facing rear allotment in the leafy streets of The Sackville Ward, convenient to transport, shopping and Melbourne’s elite private colleges. Boasting exaggerated dimensions with classic styling across five bedrooms, study and two living/dining areas, including Daniel Robertson brickwork, woolen carpets, parquetry flooring, Tasmanian Oak cabinetry and Zimbabwe granite, enhanced by sunny outdoor entertaining amongst landscaped gardens and salt-chlorinated pool/spa. VIEW Thursday & Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Nick Walker 0417 330 650 | Eva Gyorodi 0411 850 171 | James Delbridge 0400 586 101 | Kew Office 03 8888 2000 | rtedgar.com.au AUGUST 10, 2016 \ The weekly review 45


1/39 Solway Street ASHBURTON EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Wednesday 17th August at 5.00pm (Unless sold prior) Breathtaking in stature and scale, this contemporary 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom town residence delivers a new benchmark in style and sophistication. A superb palette of design materials combine with state-of-the-art technology, alongside a harmonious blend of indoor and outdoor living spaces to create this unrivalled architectural masterpiece. Multiple living zones including fully-fitted theatre room and multi-purpose gym/office, plus heated pool and remote double garage, metres from Gardiners Creek and East Malvern station, with easy access to Monash freeway, Chadstone S/C and elite schooling. VIEW Thursday & Saturday 2.00-2.30pm Brett Vanderwert 0411 609 363 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 | Kew Office 03 8888 2000 | rtedgar.com.au 46 The weekly review \ AUGUST 10, 2016


17 Power Avenue TOORAK AUCTION Friday 19th August (Unless sold prior) Gracious Arnaud Wright-designed 4 bedroom plus study family residence showcasing outstanding 1930’s features further enhanced by a detailed and thoughtful renovation. Grand proportions define formal/ informal sitting, dining and family rooms filled with natural light complemented by a full Euro kitchen with butler’s pantry, laundry, and powder room. Additional features: North facing rear entertaining deck with pool, garage and additional parking, intercom security, heating/cooling. Located within walking distance to leading schools, Kooyong Village and Tennis Club, transport and parks. Land approx. 874m2. www.17poweravenue-toorak.com VIEW Thursday 1.00-1.30pm & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 | Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 | CONJUNCTIONAL AGENT Abercromby's Real Estate | Hugh Hardy 0407 339 807

87-89 Grange Road TOORAK AUCTION Saturday 27th August at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) Perfectly situated site capturing a magnificent panoramic city view from the rear of the property. Outstanding opportunity to build your new dream home or redevelop townhouses (STCA) on this prized allotment of 674m2 approx. Either way you will enjoy the city aspect from balconies incorporated into the new dwelling. The property currently consists of two homes on separate titles. Both can be easily leased whilst your new plans take shape. Prestige location with access to countless facilities, Toorak Village, transport, leading schools, and just one street from the Yarra River. Land Size: 20.1m x 33.5m (674m2) approx. www.87-89grangeroad-toorak.com VIEW Wednesday & Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Warwick Anderson 0418 320 873 | Ada Taylor 0428 058 880 | CONJUNCTIONAL AGENT Coultons Melbourne | Graham Coulton 0411 198 452 AUGUST 10, 2016 \ The weekly review 47


1288 Toorak Road CAMBERWELL AUCTION Saturday 3rd September at 10.30am (Unless sold prior) Lavish modern styling and oodles of light-filled space unite in this exquisite home by Comdain Homes with spectacular landscaping by TLC Design. A highly functional floorplan segregates four exceptional bedrooms from three extensive living zones, offering modern indoor-outdoor entertaining aside an in-ground pool. Elegant interior design flaunts contrasting form and subtle textures mingled with timber and stone highlights. Relish in opulent amenity including fullyintegrated Ilve kitchen, three sumptuous bathrooms and Jimmy Possum furniture, close to shops, transport, and elite schools. VIEW Thursday & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Eva Gyorodi 0411 850 171 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 | Kew Office 03 8888 2000 | rtedgar.com.au

101 & 102/75 Princess Street KEW AUCTION Saturday 13th August from 12.30pm (Unless sold prior) Two superb apartments! Indulge in a new standard of living - a synergy of design innovation, lavish appointment and outstanding functionality, fused with superior location benefits. A natural palette of stone, timber and glass emanate throughout two capacious floorplans, bathed in light through floor-to-ceiling windows. European Oak flooring floods open plan living/dining areas, extended by private balconies. Each incorporating a first-class Ilve kitchen, two oversized bedrooms, two vogue bathrooms, lift, storage cage and secure basement carparks. Superbly located for outstanding convenience and recreation, minutes from Kew Junction, and 1km from the relaxing Yarra River. To be auctioned separately. VIEW Thursday & Saturday 11.00-11.30am Nick Walker 0417 330 650 | Glen Coutinho 0409 779 399 | Kew Office 03 8888 2000 | rtedgar.com.au 48 The weekly review \ AUGUST 10, 2016


Toorak Penthouse/20 Grange Road A Truly Exceptional Whole Floor 3 Bedroom + Study Penthouse

EOI

Closing Tuesday 6th September 2016 at 2.00pm

‘Brivana’ - Designed and constructed to the highest standards by Gabor Hubay Esq, all rooms of this truly exceptional whole floor 3 bedroom Penthouse open seamlessly to a beautiful terrace with panoramic city views.

View

Saturday 1:00 – 1:30pm

Comprises grand entrance hall that leads to formal sitting room and dining room, fitted study, magnificent kitchen and family room, luxurious master suite with dressing room and bathroom, 2 further bedrooms and bathrooms, powder room, laundry, triple parking plus store room with secure lift access to Penthouse. Situated only moments to the heart of the Toorak Village.

Contact Greg Herman 0411 473 307 David Colbran 0418 348 481 Melinda Ma 0468 925 666 Office

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Sotheby’s Realty 9825 0555

Website melbournesothebysrealty.com

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14 Linlithgow Road, Toorak An iconic design by Nic Bochsler has resulted in this breathtaking luxury domain that is as much a modern architectural masterpiece as it is a stunning family home. Every aspect of the brilliant design embraces the beauty of magnificent 1576sqm approx. garden and pool surrounds. Signature Boschler elements including 6m voids and expansive use of glass are displayed through dramatic formal and informal spaces, study areas, 3 sumptuous bedrooms with ensuites, study/4th bedroom, 4th bathroom, gourmet kitchen and gym with adjacent plunge pool. 14linlithgowroad-toorak.com Expressions of Interest Close Wednesday 17th August at 5pm Inspect By Appointment Thursday & Saturday 1-1.30pm Justin Long 0418 537 973 Mark Harris 0414 799 343 Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271 Appointed by Guy Angwin - Vendor Advocate

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FITZROY NORTH 416 Queens Parade A significant inner-city landholding of 1000 sqms (approx.) highlights the exceptionally unique quality of this remarkable property in the Edinburgh Gardens precinct. Set back behind established garden, a grand Victorian faรงade precedes this extensive freestanding residence offering rare size and scope for a family renovation or multi-unit development (STCA). Currently an extended office building with heritage character plus ample OSP.

Auction

Saturday 27th August at 3.30pm

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Nicholas Corby 0418 512 978 Paula Beavis 0407 267 366 Stephen Whitelaw 0418 616 000

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286 Queens Parade Fitzroy North 9488 0688

Web

416queensparadefitzroynorth.com

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EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY LIVING 140 Brougham Street, Kew

Stunning modern contemporary residence offering exceptional family living in this prized location just moments to High Street shopping, eateries, parklands, leading schools, tram, bus. Accommodation: Entrance hall, 4 large bedrooms, (master on ground floor) 2 ensuites, 3rd bathroom, spectacular northern living room & dining room leading to extensive outdoor entertaining, Miele kitchen with stone bench tops, powder room, laundry. Features: Polished timber floors, zoned ducted heating & air conditioning, alarm, intercom, remote control lock up garage, second car space. Land 360 SM Approx. Mel Ref: 45 C4 Inspect: Thursday 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM & Saturday 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM PRIVATE SALE Karen Gornalle 0418 330 808 or Mike Gornalle 0417 568 806

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81 Canterbury Road Canterbury

www.karengornalle.com.au


EOI CLOSING TUESDAY 4 Myvore Court Toorak

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83 Kooyongkoot Road Hawthorn

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26 Pakington Street Kew

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31 Argyle Road Kew

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51 Stawell Street Kew

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1 Warringal Place Eaglemont

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18 Campbell Road Deepdene

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15 Bromby Street South Yarra 4

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MALVERN EAST 357-359 WATTLETREE ROAD ‘Airdoch’ Fabulous Land, Vast Future Options Once a showpiece of its time, ‘Airdoch’ is an expansive residence luxuriating on 1050sqm with a frontage of 23 metres (approx.) with a General Residential Zone Schedule 3 (GRZ3) in one of Malvern East’s most desirable settings on the edge of Central Park. Previously renovated to create state-of-the-art surroundings with a lagoon-style indoor swimming pool & spa, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom interior’s voluminous proportions complement a northern aspect. But it’s the fabulous scope for renovation or re-development with a luxury new home (STCA) that provides the real excitement so close to Central Park Village, the park itself, schools, shops & transport.

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C O N TA C T

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OFFICE

Glen Iris 9818 1888

hockingstuart.com.au

PRAHRAN/WINDSOR 118 PEEL STREET Pure Living Pleasure Tranquil, light-filled and privileged, this deceptively spacious two-storey three-bedroom period residence enjoys the rare seclusion of a garden oasis with picturesque and private entertaining areas. Beautifully renovated, this superb home pairs sophistication with a relaxing living environment that feels a world away from its vibrant inner-city location on the edge of Chapel Street. Separate living and dining rooms provide engaging, surprising and elegant spaces; while the bespoke kitchen opening to a western courtyard is superbly finished. With a sleek bathroom, powder room and laundry, this stunning home offers the finest level of sophistication in the heart of Windsor.

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C O N TA C T

Andrew James 0411 420 788 Walter Summons 0438 576 233

OFFICE

Armadale 9509 0411

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38-42 Tattersall Drive KYNETON AUCTION Saturday 27th August at 1.00pm (Unless sold prior) Historic Victorian mansion perched on an exceptionally private 3.38 acres. Brennanah Manor, built in 1898 by Mr Charles Tattersall is one of the finest in the Macedon Ranges having 11 main rooms, quality imported drapes and fittings, 38 squares of charming luxurious living. A stunning main dining and separate front reception room, 4 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and ensuite. French doors off the kitchen give access to a bluestone paved entertainment area which features recycled timber posts and a vine-covered pergola. There is also a coach house and stables that are historically listed and would make a lovely convert to extra accommodation. Located just a couple of minutes to Kyneton, fast rail and boutique Piper Street famous for its cafes and restaurants. VIEW By Appointment Only Rick Lander 0408 571 485 | Beverley Higgs 0448 271 222 | Woodend Office 03 5427 1222 | rtedgar.com.au

Space, Style, Position: A Winning Trio! This master built modern residence (1 of 2) with high ceilings and abundant natural light, close to schools, parkland, Harp Junction shopping and transport is sure to appeal both to families and those seeking to downsize. (Note: Property on its own title of 416m²)

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Live it.

“KEAYANG” – (Circa 1904 1904)

Terang – South West Victoria

62.49 Ha – 154.41 Acres – (As a Whole or in 2 Contingent Lots) Expression of Interest: Closing: 7th September at 5pm at Elders Camperdown Lot 1: 99.65 Acres (40.33 Ha) – Includes Homestead Lot 2: 54.75 Acres (22.16 Ha) • A long private driveway incorporating a spectacular park like garden provides entry to the charming, historic “Keayang” homestead, comprising 70 squares of luxurious living and filled with notable period features. • Substantial outbuildings: Historic stable complex, flood lit manège and round yard, hay, machinery and large workshop, shearing shed and cattleyards. • Outstanding water supply including an option of a 240 megalitre irrigation licence. • 30 minutes to Warrnambool and Shipwreck Coast. Just over 2 hours to Melbourne and international airport. “Keayang” is undoubtedly one of Western Victoria’s finest properties, featuring the most magnificent historic homestead and outbuildings. Quality arable soils and the abundance of water add to the endless opportunities – agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, function centre/ bed & breakfast.

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KEW EAST 1/50 Hartwood Street

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Rob Rickard 0407 354 025 Elders Camperdown 03 5593 1822 | Web Id 10075266

Expression of Interest

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PAINTING Metro Paint & Plaster

Complete Painting and Plastering Free Quotes all areas Dulux or Haymes accredited Colour consultation All plastering requirements 3 Rooms $999 Contact: 0424 160 023.

bathroom with a complete design, build and project management from Melbourne’s smartest bathroom renovator. Guaranteed start and finish dates or we pay you. Call now for an award winning interior designer to visit you. Contact: 1300 662 838

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PAINTING Matt’s Painting and Decorating

Personalised, highly efficient and motivated team. Free quotes, prompt service and high quality paint finish. Period to contemporary. Experienced porters paint applicator and specialist in wallpaper hanging. We don’t just paint, we create. Contact: Matt 0418 384 620

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Personalised service including solving existing garden problems, plant health checks & revamping or establishing a new garden. Practical, professional advice & garden designs ensuring your gardening needs are fulfilled. Contact: 9822 3305

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS Click4Trades

Need a tradesman? Deal direct with a group of tradies that have worked together for almost twenty years. A complete Home Renovation / Maintenance group that can help with all trades & services, small to large jobs. Contact: 1800 4 TRADES (1800 487 233). Address: 737 Burwood Rd Hawthorn

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BLINDS

A/P Shutters & Blinds Highest quality

blinds and Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices. Specialising in all other window furnishings including Holland Blinds, Sun Screens, Awnings, Venetians, Romans and Curtains. Contact: 9818 1133.

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Bracken Blinds & Shutters Specialises

Page Doors & Blinds Roller blinds.

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CLEANING SERVICES Campeones Cleaning Services Satisfaction GUARANTEED! We are the champions of cleaning. Affordable, trusted specialists in: commercial, events, residential, carpet, window and pressure cleaning. We will prove ourselves to be a great asset to your company or home. Available 7 days, incl public holidays. Can start immediately. Our hours are based on the most convenient for our dear clients. Late night is fine too! We offer excellent service & attention to detail across Melbourne & surrounding areas.

Contact Rosita for further details on: 0434 039 542 or SMS 0404 060 070. E: info@campeones.com.au www.campeones.com.au

CLUTTER RESCUE Total-E-Tailer Sold your home, renovating or wanting to get rid of unwanted goods? Clean up with my help. Let me help you sell your unwanted goods and turn it into $$. We sell used furniture, kitchens, bathrooms and home decor. Contact: 0425 329 247.

maintenance selection * Garden clean ups and Renovations Garden management solutions and professional service. Contact: 0433 766 923 1235733-ACM30-16

Deckseal Revival Pty Ltd Melbourne’s

tim@mkdac.com.au www.mkdac.com.au

ELECTRICAL SERVICES J.L Hutt Electrical Specialising in all electrical installations: Extensions/ Refurbishments, Stove/Oven/Hot Water Repair, Switchboard upgrades, House Rewires, TV/Phone/Data, Safety switches. Free quotes. 24 hour service. Lic 17824. Contact: Jason 0411 300 772. www.jlhuttelectrical.com.au

FENCING Websters Fencing Registered Building Practitioner. Building quality timber fences in Stonnington and Boroondara since 1982. Websters Fencing provides a tailored and reliable service, with the experience to ensure quality and longevity of fences. Specialising in boundary fencing, including fences over two metres. Contact: Les Webster between 7.00am and 7.00pm for a quote. Mob: 0417 356 608

WINDOW REPLACEMENTS Windows 1

We specialise in the supply and installation of replacement windows and doors – timber, aluminium or PVC. Our staff are fully qualified ensuring quality work. No job too big or too small. Member of MBA and HIA. To replace your old, tired, rotting windows please call us for a free, no obligation measure and quote. Contact: 9703 1530

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Contact: 9822 3305. www.townandcountrygardens.com.au

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Town and Country Gardens Personalised service including solving existing garden problems, plant health checks & revamping or establishing a new garden. Practical, professional advice & garden designs ensuring your gardening needs are fulfilled.

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* Garden design and plant

Specialising in all aspects of residential design and drafting. From sketch concepts, all council and Town Planning applications, to complete working drawings and construction plans. Contact us for your next new home or renovation design.

DECKING

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* Regular garden

MK Design and Construction

GARDEN CONSULTATIONS

deck care and maintenance professionals. Residential and Commercial: Deck sanding, cleaning and sealing. Concrete & paving cleaning and sealing.Delivering a beautiful and long lasting deck surface. Contact: Brian 0410 537 164

GARDEN SERVICES Groundswell Design & Management

DRAFTING SERVICES

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in designing quality window coverings for the home, office or builders/architects on time and within budget. Showroom: 391 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell, or let us come to you. Contact: 1300 884 838 or 9882 3332.

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WINTER 2016

TREE DOCTOR Frank Duke

Total tree care, including reshaping or removals. Third generation owner, 56 years experience. Complete customer satisfaction with individual assessment Contact: Paul 9509 4768

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THE HOME DIRECTORY GARDEN MAINTENANCE Specialist Garden Services Our friendly crew of qualified horticulturists offer professional, yet personal service. Garden renovations/restorations can include soil conditioning/mulching, plantings, turf, irrigation installation, tree/stump removal. Satisfaction is Guaranteed. Contact: 9560 1110

HOME FURNISHINGS

Next Home Furnishings Visit our large

showroom & discover 1000’s of metres of beautiful fabrics. Purchase by the metre or order in any brand. DIY, custom made window furnishings / cushions, upholstery service. Free measure and quote. 1346 Toorak Road Camberwell Contact: 9889 2213.

SHUTTERS

A/P Shutters & Blinds Highest quality Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices guaranteed. Also specialising in all other window furnishings including Awnings and Roller Blinds. Email: info@ap-shutters.com Contact: 9818 1133.

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HOME RENOVATIONS & EXT

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GARDEN SERVICES

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Groundswell Gardens Bringing gardens to life since 1990. Qualified Gardeners providing all aspects of garden maintenance and renovation including hedging, expert pruning, fertilising, soil conditioning and mulching. Garden design and plant knowledge. Customer Satisfaction every time. Contact: 9885 3949

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HAIRDRESSERS WAS Hairdressing Warren Ansell Salon is a unique salon specialising in colour, straightening, wigs, hairpieces and extensions. New foil package 1/2 head of foil highlights style cut and blowave $149. Bio Ionic hair-straightening with a free colour or treatment for $599. A huge range of wigs, hair extensions, irons and blow-dryers. Or shop online at:

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS Click4Trades Need a tradesman? Deal direct with a group of tradies that have worked together for almost twenty years. A complete Home Renovation / Maintenance group that can help with all trades & services, small to large jobs. Contact: 1800 4 TRADES (1800 487 233). Address: 737 Burwood Rd Hawthorn

RoomFour • Quality Tradesmen

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BATHROOMS

Koornang Road Medical Centre Full

Bulk Billing Family Medical Practice. Pathology blood collection. Paediatric Care. Minor surgical procedures. Over 45 to 49 and 75+ health assessments. Mon-Fri 9am - 6pm Sat 1pm - 6pm Open Public Holidays.

85 Koornang Road, Carnegie. (Enter through Carnegie Chemart Pharmacy) Phone 99393707 or 90774785 www.koornangmedical.com

PAINTING

Matt’s Painting & Decorating

Personalised, highly efficient and motivated team. Free quotes, prompt service and high quality paint finish. Experienced porters paintapplicator and specialist in wall paper hanging. We don’t just paint, we create Contact: 0418 384 620.

www.mpainting.com.au

CRIMSAFE Protect your Home and Family. Hi-Light Group, Melbourne’s premier manufacturer and installer of CRIMSAFE Security Products. Doors - Windows Enclosures. See showroom 110 Burwood Hwy Burwood. Free Measure and Quote. Contact: 9808 9559

SHUTTERS We do it all, from renovations and remodelling to plumbing and electrical, plastering, waterproofing and tiling. Contact us 24 hours, 7 days a week and we will happily assist. Call us now for a quote.

Russell 0411 257 793

TREE DOCTOR

Frank Duke Total tree care, including reshaping or removals. Third-generation owner, 56 years experience. Complete customer satisfaction with individual assessment. Contact: Paul 9509 4768

WARDROBES

Almara Cabinets Winners of the Australian Achievers’ Award. Customerdesigned wardrobes, wall units, bookshelves, guaranteed quality. Showroom: 145-147 Williams Rd, Dandenong. Contact: 9793 8233.

www.almara.com.au

WINDOW REPLACEMENTS

A/P Shutters & Blinds

and installation of replacement windows and doors – timber, aluminium or PVC. Our staff are fully qualified ensuring quality work. No job too big or too small. Member of MBA and HIA. To replace your old, tired, rotting windows please call us for a free, no obligation measure and quote. Contact: 9703 1530

Full Bulk Billing Family Medical Practice. Pathology blood collection. Paediatric Care. Minor surgical procedures. Psychological Services. Family Planning & Contraceptive advice. Over Female GP available 45 to 49 and 75+ health assessments. Immunisation and travel advice. Mon-Fri 9am – 6pm - Sat 1pm – 6pm Open Public Holidays.

85 Koornang Road, Carnegie. (Enter through Carnegie Chemart Pharmacy) Phone 9939 3707 or 9077 4785 www.koornangmedical.com 1234963-LN30-16

BLINDS Bracken Blinds & Shutters

Bracken Blinds specialises in designing quality window coverings for the home, office or builders/architects on time and within budget. Visit us at our showroom or let us come to you. Contact: 1300 884 838 or (03) 9882 3332 391 Camberwell Road, Camberwell

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SECURITY DOORS Page Security Doors

Steel security doors. Steel window grilles. Porch enclosures. Crimsafe security doors. Crimsafe security screens. Customer satisfaction guarantee. Call now on 9809 1766. 390 Burke Road Camberwell.

www.pagedoors.com 1197733-CG37-15

ELECTRICAL SERVICES J.L Hutt Electrical

Specialising in all electrical installations: Extensions/ Refurbishments, Stove/ Oven/Hot Water repair, Switchboard upgrades, House Rewires, TV/Phone/ Data and Safety switches. Free quotes 24 hour service.

www.jlhuttelectrical.com.au 1145289-PB30-14

DRAFTING SERVICES MK Design and Construction

Contact: 0423 676 555 or 9530 0422.

Specialising in all aspects of residential design and drafting. From sketch concepts, all council and Town Planning applications, to complete working drawings and construction plans. Contact us for your next new home or renovation design. Contact: Tim 0407 454 957

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www.ap-shutters.com

tim@mkdac.com.au www.mkdac.com.au

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Lic 17824. Contact: Jason 0411 300 772

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Highest quality Timber Plantation Shutters at Melbourne’s best prices guaranteed. Also specialising in all other window furnishings including Awnings and Roller Blinds. For a free, no obligation quote: Contact: 9818 1133 info@ap-shutters.com

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BULK BILLING MEDICAL CLINIC Koornang Road Medical Centre

Windows 1 We specialise in the supply

SECURITY PRODUCTS

Bathrooms ‘R’ Us

Assured Tree Care Pty Ltd Experienced, Qualified and Insured Arborists. We provide professional high quality services including tree removals, pruning, stump grinding, tree care, plant health, consultancy and reports. No job is too big or small. Contact us for a free quote. www.assuredreecare.com.au

MEDICAL CLINIC

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WINTER 2016

KITCHENS Smarter Kitchens

Live in the kitchen you love. Transform the home you love with a complete design, build and project management service. Call Melbourne’s leading Bathroom and Kitchen renovator and your designer will make it easy for you. Get started today. Contact: 1300 662 838.

Showroom 77 Salmon Street, Port Melbourne 1229066-PB22-16

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