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he ABC’s News Breakfast program is the quiet achiever of breakfast TV. And even without the benefit of a large commercial TV marketing budget or Sunrise’s “cash cow” giving away fistfuls of dollars, the program is, unlike its competitors, increasing its audience. “We do provide the intelligent alternative and for whatever reason people who might have been rusted-on viewers to the other breakfast shows on the commercial stations are coming across us,” cohost Michael Rowland says. “They’re sick of what they’ve been watching for years. We offer the light stuff – we do light and shade – but we are called news breakfast for a reason. “Our mission as ABC news journalists is to provide our viewers with news updates and treat them as intelligent beings.” In March, The Age assessed breakfast television numbers, reporting that as commercial breakfast shows shed viewers, News Breakfast is holding up well, and that since 2016 its ratings had grown

frivolous manner. The opposing shows might better be described as entertainment. Nothing wrong with that. But this is what it says; a newsbreakfast program.” News Breakfast has some serious talent at its disposal, including the program’s original co-host in 2008. “Barrie Cassidy is in my view one of this country’s pre-eminent political commentators,” Rowland says. “He calls it as it is. There’s a huge switch-on factor when Barrie’s on at 7.30 every Friday.” Trioli notes the program has access to “some of the best foreign correspondents that Australian journalism has to offer, and they’re with us on a daily basis,” she says. “They’re always bringing their top-flight analysis, that’s absolute gold. These reporters are at the absolute top of their game and they’re there every morning for you.” The show’s credibility means many agenda setters choose News Breakfast to appear on. “Some of the names they get: lots of politicians; it’s serious stuff,” says Allen.

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WAKE-UP CALL IN AN ERA OF FAST TWEETS AND CLICK BAIT, THE ABC’S BREAKFAST SHOW IS THRIVING ON A SMART APPROACH almost three per cent, and the two years before they jumped 48 per cent. Media watchers are putting it down to a mix of intelligent reporting, the talent and appeal of the hosts and credibility. “There is still a yearning for trustworthy news,” says Steve Allen, of Fusion Strategy. “While the public enjoys the alternative, it’s not quite the same. For the majority of the time theirs is entertainment with news mixed in.” Allen says hosts Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland have the right mix of smarts and warmth. “Michael is a very good communicator, warm and friendly, and with Virginia you’ve got to be on your toes. They’re well rounded.” Veteran media commentator Harold Mitchell believes it’s all about trust. “You earn the trust you deserve,” he says. “People want it to be reliable. News Breakfast is news at its base but it’s not treated in a

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“If you want to have a more rounded feel for the story you have to be into this program,” he says. The timing means Australian viewers get what Rowland calls “first dibs on the 50,000 tweets that Donald Trump has issued that day” through Zoe Daniel, Conor Duffy or Stephanie March as well as its correspondents in Europe. Trioli and Rowland have worked together for eight of the show’s 10 years. “I really enjoy working with Virginia,” he says. “I think she is the ABC’s best interviewer in news and current affairs. Whip smart, fantastic ability to laugh at herself and everything else that goes on on this wonderful show.” “It’s an extraordinary relationship,” Trioli says. “When you’re sort of flung together you can’t possibly imagine or anticipate that it’s going to work. Part of you is thinking ‘Christ Almighty, in a

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“His news judgement is unerring and impeccable but, at the same time, he has a great sense of fun.”


sense we probably spend more hours together closely than we would with our partners, and at a vulnerable hour of the morning. But it’s worked so well right from the very beginning’. “I’ve said this on air: Michael has probably the best news sense of anyone I’ve ever worked with. His news judgement is unerring and impeccable but, at the same time, he has a great sense of fun. There’s extraordinary trust; that’s the only way it will work. Someone’s leaning, someone’s falling … it’s trusting and it’s affectionate and it’s the joy of this show.” Their personalities are on display more now, which, Rowland says, is “essential for breakfast TV because people feel as though they know us”. “Anybody can read an auto cue but it takes a certain person to have the intelligence to ask serious questions but also to show their human side.”

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rioli says there was a day when the show changed. “It was when our floor director Joe jumped behind the couch and the camera cut back to us too quickly and Joe was fixing our mikes,” she says. “At that moment we both lost it. We are human beings; we are real; yes we present the news and do it damn well but there’s more to us, more going on in our hearts and our minds and we don’t mind you seeing it. “Our informal motto has always been ‘We send you away smarter’,” Trioli says. “We’re unapologetic about knowing that even though we’re in the breakfast slot and it’s morning television, there was no point in you coming to us unless we were there to properly inform you. “What’s probably developed and changed over the years is we’ve come out more as individuals, showing more of ourselves, and what’s come with that is more of a conversational, engaging, more magazine approach, when needed.” In light of the recent budget freeze for the ABC announced in the Federal Budget, Harold Mitchell stresses the program’s importance for the broadcaster. ““News News Breakfast is a very important stake in the ground for the believability of the ABC,” he says. “At any point when there might be budget cuts from time to time, News Breakfast should be protected. It is a cornerstone of the ABC.” ●

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he suburban Aussie backyard used to be so big. It was a vast expanse of patchy, weedy grass with a couple of old trees on the side, a rusty Hills Hoist in the middle, and somewhere down the front, if you looked really hard, tucked away in a tiny corner, a house. No one knew what to do with all that backyard. It was too big to mow, too huge to water, so it became just a place where kids played cricket and adults burnt dead leaves on weekends for fun. There were distant parts of the backyard that you’d never even explored – scary parts where the morning glory grew. That stuff would grab you by its tendrils and drag you into its lair. You couldn’t even bitch about it from far away – it could read lips. Then one day in the late 1990s people started waking up in their cramped little homes, their arms bunched in tight, their knees jammed against their chin – and they looked out the window at their

vast backyards; the Hills Hoists twirling happily in the morning breeze, waving assorted pairs of undies in its Hills-Hoisty hands. And these people said to themselves, “this is ridiculous! Why is my house so small and my backyard so big? I’m going to do something about this!” But they said it silently in their head, in case the morning glory was listening. So builders were brought in to knock out walls and pop extra rooms on to the back of the house like boxy haemorrhoids. Trees were cut down and mulched. The Hills Hoist was yanked out and dumped in a skip. The morning glory was poisoned and died slowly, reaching out its tendrils for pity and a drink of water, but it got neither. The suburban Aussie backyard was half the size now, but it was a bit more manageable.

People put down nice decking, turned their homes into an “entertainer’s paradise” even though they never ended up doing any entertaining, but at least they had the option if they ever did. Then, in the mid-2000s, these people gazed out again at their gardens and thought, “why do I have all these plants? What’s the point of plants? They just photosynthesise and make oxygen – and who needs oxygen when you could have a home theatre, a guest annexe and a sculpture studio and foundry?” So the builders were brought back to knock out more walls, until the backyard was solid house. All that was left was a tiny strip of “Zen courtyard”, just big enough for one person, if you balanced on one foot on a Japanese river pebble. The big, expansive suburban Aussie backyard was no more. But one day in the early 2010s, people began thinking, “you know what would be nice? A bit more greenery. Hey, maybe I should build a vertical backyard up the side of the house. “Yeah, with patchy, weedy grass, a couple of sideways trees, a patch of morning glory, a sideways Hills Hoist ...” ●

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ften when he’s leaving home for his Sydney dental surgery, John Arzani will spot wife Maryam sitting at the computer Googling their youngest son. “I ask her why she’s doing it and she says, ‘I haven’t seen him for such a long time’,” Arzani says. “This is very hard from the parents’ side but, in the end, we’re very happy for what he’s achieving.” What 19-year-old Daniel Arzani has done in the past few months has turned heads, even those who’ve long suspected his precocious soccer skills would one day place the world at his feet as if it were just another ball to be directed at his will.

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When 2018 began, he was yet to make his starting A-League debut for Melbourne City. Entering June, he’s achieved what has consumed his thoughts since he was old enough to form them. “I was always telling my friends and family, ‘I’ll be at the 2018 World Cup; you’ll see me there’,” says Daniel. True to his premonition, Arzani survived the last cut of Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk’s squad for Russia. He is the youngest Australian chosen for a World Cup, and will meet this daunting assignment with sparkling eyes, a joyous smile and the belief that nothing is beyond him. Daniel spent his first six years in

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the Iranian city of Dorud, where his earliest memories are morning walks to the baker, eating breakfast with friends, and kicking a makeshift soccer ball in the street until long after his parents’ first of many calls to the dinner table. “We didn’t have proper balls – we had these little plastic balls that were really light, so we’d buy 10 of them and cut them in half with a knife, layer them over each other then cover it with electrical tape.” In 2005, the Arzanis migrated to Sydney, fulfilling a vision of a better life so long-held that John and Maryam christened their two boys Ben and Daniel “because we knew CONTINUES » P12

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one day we’d move to Australia”. They moved back to Iran for a year when Daniel was 10, living in Tehran to be with John’s ailing mother, before returning to Sydney’s northern suburbs. His father remembers a proud boy with a healthy self-confidence. At an interview at Sydney Boys High School, the principal asked Daniel what he hoped to become. “I want to be a soccer player, to wear green and gold,” he replied. “And I want to be a neurosurgeon.” John Arzani, the son of a baker, became a dentist. Maryam’s father was a railway station officer; she is a chemical engineer. Their first son Ben has a decision to make after being accepted into both medicine and dentistry. Daniel’s focus has recently narrowed, having deferred studies in medical science to concentrate on soccer. As a child in a strange but exciting land, he tried swimming and tennis but soccer was his passion. At 14, he moved to the Australian Institute of

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Sport in Canberra. At 16, he was signed by Melbourne City, who’d been wowed by his promise in a youth team game. “It’s been a very long journey,” John says. “We haven’t seen Daniel since he was 14.” Initially, he wasn’t taken with Melbourne (“it just seemed like a worse version of Sydney”), but since turning 18 and being able to go where he likes, he’s come around. “Melbourne’s probably a better city than Sydney now; there’s just more to do. It’s a different vibe. People are more relaxed.” He knew about AFL when he arrived but didn’t care much for it. “That hasn’t really changed, to be honest. I’d be lying if I said I follow a team.” He likes to play with a smile on his face and has quickly become a fan favourite. Descriptions of his football invariably start with that sought-after attribute – X-factor. He can picture being a “go-to sub” in Russia; lack of experience notwithstanding, Daniel Arzani is the


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sort of player a coach loves to call on when the game is deadlocked and the clock is ticking. Beyond the World Cup, the world beckons. Melbourne City’s ties with Manchester City mean that’s where his global football odyssey will most likely begin, but there will be no shortage of suitors. At 62, John Arzani is still playing six-a-side in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. His joking boast to his son that he’s still better than him won’t stand up for much longer. The weeks since Daniel was named in Australia’s initial World Cup squad have been a whirlwind, yet also offered a welcome refuge. He’s been based in Sydney, so has been living back

at home, where Persian is spoken and the family gives thanks for how life has panned out. Having their baby back, even for a short while, has been a blessing. “We love his company,” John says. “He keeps everybody busy when he comes home. He makes all of us very happy. He’s very active; talking, making jokes – he’s full of fun. He brings the family and the home alive.” Just imagine if he can do the same for Australia’s World Cup dreams. ● Australia plays France on June 16, Denmark on June 21 and Peru on June 27 in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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and space for dogs to rehydrate out front after a romp in the off-lead park across the road. Despite Murdoch’s passion for baking, he decided to stay a barista/front-of-house guy, and team up with Brad Tobin (ex-Woodfrog Bakery). “We didn’t want a super holey, open loaf because we wanted to do toasties,” Murdoch says, “and we wanted a much darker bake than a lot of bakeries are prepared to do.” The house sourdough is a top result: a moist, cakey interior with an almost nutty, black-brown crust. The menu is a tight list of all-brunch options, and not an eggs-ben in sight. “Our menu is different from a lot of brunch cafes,” Murdoch says.

“Every other cafe does eggs on toast and I thought that was a bit boring.” The toasties rock, maybe filled with caramelised onion and Comte, a mild French alpine cheese used in fondue and known as “a good melter”. A spread of Saint David Dairy’s cultured butter on the outside gives the bread its golden glow. Fermentation also informs the menu (it is called “Wild Life”, after all) appearing in a zippy misosesame dressing in the spelt and brown rice bowl and kimchi toastie, the new cult sanga in town. It’s a fat, rollicking ride of thick-cut brioche, sharp cheddar and kimchi, a mild brew fermented with miso, instead of shrimp paste and fish sauce, to

keep it vegetarian. “The people who order it are a bit obsessed,” says Murdoch, as are fans of the hamand-cheese croissant. Murdoch is vego and meat is a newish menu item here, all of it free-range and ethically sourced from Andrew McConnell’s flash Meatsmith butchery. “Turns out people like eating ham!” laughs Murdoch, who was surprised at the H&C croissant runout. You can add braised free-range lamb shoulder to the shakshuka if you like, a fiery dish of slowcooked runny yolkers with spicy capsicum. Kids, dogs, solo with wifi for company – if you’re looking for a brunch hang, this one’s a good ’un. ●

● Wild Life Bakery ● 90 Albert Street, Brunswick East ● wildlifebakery.com

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s one Australia’s top fashion designers, Alannah Hill’s name is associated with glamour, red carpets and that trademark eccentricity. But in this searingly raw memoir, Hill reveals a childhood and adolescence marred by physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Butterfly on a Pin opens with Hill’s mother, Aileen, trying to kill herself and in short order we are introduced to her alcoholic and distant father, Jimmy, and a family struggling to survive in a tiny Tasmanian applegrowing town. We follow Hill’s escape to Hobart, where she writes about being raped in a grim boarding house, and her arrival in Melbourne with $50 in her pocket. From there, some of the book’s bleakness starts to lift. We learn how, in the early 1980s, Hill was plucked from waiting tables to help run the Indigo boutique on Chapel Street and from there launched her own fashion empire. We get a heady insight into the world of catwalks and couture with a liberal dose of name dropping. Carla Zampatti, Alex Perry, Nick Cave, Michael Hutchence and the Minogue sisters all play cameo roles. But no matter how well Hill succeeds, grinding disappointment is never far away. She’s unlucky in love. And, of course, Hill eventually has to walk away from her fashion brand after falling out with her financial backer. Writing the memoir has clearly been a cathartic experience (“I couldn’t type the past out fast enough,” she says). It’s a life story that will stay with you for a long time. ●

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he tinkle of a baby grand and smoky vocal tones will fill the night air when the National Gallery of Victoria pairs with the Melbourne International Jazz Festival for the upcoming NGV Friday Nights winter series. The program runs alongside the NGV’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition: “MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art” from June 15 to October 5. The line-up draws inspiration from the global epicentre of jazz, New York City, and the rhythmic sounds of the Great American Songbook, neo-soul, gospel, jazz-blues, hip hop and funk. Some of the NGV’s headline acts, from ARIA award nominees Cookin’ on 3 Burners to Zimbabwean songstress Thando and acclaimed jazz pianist Joe Chindamo, share their favourite tunes that evoke the sultry sounds of the Big Apple, curating the ultimate jazz playlist.

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“Ella and Louis duets are timeless and stunning. The contrast in their voices creates a beautiful tonal palette, and never having been to New York, this song takes me the closest I’ve ever been.”

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“This song was created when I found a poetry book on the street where I lived in Brooklyn, NY. As an experiment, I opened the book and sung the first poem I saw to into my phone voicemail. The whole song came out in the time it took to sing the poem. I like to think my mother helped write it from the other side and it always reminds me of New York.”

ALBUM \ The Song That Sings You Here “This song evokes everything great about playing and recording in NYC. There’s no other place on the planet where you’ll find musicians who together, can get to the essence, groove, and soul of a song like Jitterbug. Love how that vamp ending moves effortlessly into a double-time shuffle feel.” ●

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ust about as controversial as declaring you don’t like pho on the streets of Ho Chi Minh, is naming the best Vietnamese restaurant on Victoria Street in Richmond. But one thing is for sure, if you want to eat quality Vietnamese food, you hop off the 109 tram at Victoria Street and take yourself for a wander. The street is crowded with dining options so, resolute to the old-school approach, I decide where to eat based on crowds. Here the food is fast and the meals come cheap, although this is not at all relative to the quality or flavour. There’s everybody here from local solo diners coming for their weekly fix, large family groups, to those like myself, who venture in for a taste of authentic Vietnamese. Although, despite our different dining dynamics, we all have one thing in

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common, the need for a quality bowl of pho. Like my Vietnamese comrades at the table next to me, I attempt to effortlessly demolish my bowl with chopsticks in one hand and a spoon in the other. I’m not so adept, but equally content. In fact, talking with Phuoc Thanh Bakery owner Danny Nguy, we agree the food standard here is high, and in his eyes, better than Vietnam. There is some truth in that, as $4.50 later I devour a pork banh mi, post pho. Holla Coffee Roasters, a green leafy oasis, serving Saigon Scrambled Eggs and Crompton Coffee, offer a few bowls of overnight simmered pho, alongside their small menu, to the regulars. If you do happen to miss out, follow your nose up the street, and you may stumble across a new favourite. But be prepared for some debate. ●

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he connection between Rutherglen, in Victoria’s north-east, and the grape is strong. Boasting some of the oldest wineries in the country, by the 1890s the area produced more than a third of Australia’s vino, mostly for export. And, while the discovery of gold produced many of the historic buildings that still stand today, it’s wine that has kept many of Rutherglen’s family businesses going (some in their fifth generation). It’s an easy three-hour drive up the Hume Highway from Melbourne, rewarded by excellent food, outstanding wine and history. ●

High country Tipples behind the cellar door at historic Pfeiffer Wines, above; lunch at Ripe at Buller Wines, below.

L AKE MOODEMERE

A day

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With 19 wineries to choose from, each no more than 15 minutes from town, the big question is, who drives? Start with lunch at the one-hatted All Saints Estate Terrace Restaurant (allsaintswine.com.au), with chef Simon Arkless (The Elbow Room, Comme, The Prince) behind the burners. On your way home, drop into the Rutherglen Wine Experience and Visitor Information Centre (explorerutherglen.com.au) to sample their comprehensive collection of the region’s offerings. ●

On weekends it pays to book at Thousand Pound for smart food and drinks (thousandpound.com.au) and Taste Restaurant for its relaxed menu and outdoor/ courtyard setting at Rutherglen Brewery (taste-atrutherglen.com). Plot your winery tour at Tuileries (tuileriesrutherglen.com.au), which has its own restaurant, a cellar door (Rutherglen Estates) and art gallery. Begin at Morris Wines (morriswines. com), where you’ll be able to sample grippy Durifs and fortified wines. Drop into Scion Artisan Wine (scionvineyard.com) and try a Viognier-softened Durif mix. Or take a short trip to Ripe at Buller Wines (bullerwines.com.au) for lunch. ●

Choose from more than 30 budget motels, pub rooms, B&B options and caravan parks around town. One of the newest is the self-contained cottages at disused winery Mount Ophir (mountophirestate.com.au), run by All Saints Estate via Airbnb. Spend a week at these places but try adding a few more such as Chambers Rosewood Winery (chambersrosewood.com.au), Pfeiffer Wines (pfeifferwinesrutherglen.com.au) and Jones Winery & Vineyard (joneswinery.com.au), which has a restaurant. Hire bikes from the visitor information centre and pedal to the historic Gold Battery or take a self-guided tour through town, which includes great pubs – our favourite was the Victoria Hotel (victoriahotelrutherglen. com.au). For day trips, fish for Murray cod on Lake Moodemere, indigenous cave art at Yeddonba (past Chiltern) and more food and history (including Ned Kelly’s holding cell) at Beechworth. ●

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hen it comes to our health, we all know that it’s essential to both get enough sleep and move our body often. However, when you’re run down and exhausted you might be left wondering – is it more important to prioritise a few extra Zs or push yourself to get up and go? Here are some factors to consider when you’re having that debate with yourself under the doona on cold winter mornings. THE CASE FOR SLEEP \ The body needs sleep to

give you the energy to take on your busy day ahead, but too often we forget that its benefits to our overall health goes far beyond just this. Sleep is essential to keep our immune system in tip-top shape and help us avoid illness. It helps the brain function at an optimal level, benefiting your cognitive abilities and emotional

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THE CASE FOR WORKING OUT \ I understand that

hitting the snooze button and skipping your workout for a few more hours’ sleep can be very tempting. However, something I always tell my 28ers is that you will never regret the workout that you have just done. It all comes down to those split-second decisions where you can go left or right, so make sure you’re putting everything in your favour to make sure you get up and go. My tips are to put your phone on the other side of the room so when your alarm goes off you’re forced to get out of bed and always lay out your workout clothes the night before.

I’m always saying that fitting exercise into your day won’t give you less time; it’ll give you more and, more often than not, you will find that waking up and getting it done will actually give you more energy to tackle the day ahead. An added bonus of committing to exercise in the morning is that endorphins are produced early on in the day, which can sharpen your focus and clear your mind. Ok, so there’s no prizes for guessing what my recommendation usually is when it comes to sleeping in versus working out. Of course, when we’re really sick we need to listen to our body and get extra rest. But if it is simply a case of willing yourself out of bed to do what you know you need to do on those winter mornings, then take this advice and make it your best working-out winter yet. ● 28bysamwood.com

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f you want to shape up but can’t stand spending 30 minutes on a treadmill, we’ve got some good news. You don’t have to lift weights, do circuit classes or even have a gym membership to stay fit; all you need is a little time, a friend and an open mind. “If you don’t love traditional workouts, my advice would be to find a fitness-related activity you do enjoy as you’re much more likely to stick to it,” suggests exercise physiologist Sarah King (SKActive. com.au). “There are some great ways to stay fit, without even stepping foot in a gym!” Here is our pick of the five best ways to workout that have absolutely nothing to do with sweating it out on an elliptical.

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THE DAILY HABIT \ WALKING

For those who like a goal to work towards, sign up to Coastrek with three friends and combine fitness with socialising. Coastrek is a stunning 30- or 60-kilometre coastal trek for the Fred Hollows Foundation. Not only is there a free training program to get you ready for the big event, but because you’re doing it with friends it won’t seem like training; on the day, the spectacular views will distract you.

As simple as it sounds, walking is one of the best ways to get fit and it’s free! To up the fitness factor, try including some stairs or hills, and make sure you’re exercising at a pace where you feel slightly breathless. Not only will the fresh air elevate your mood, but also the vitamin D hit will help brain function and physical performance. Listen to a podcast to keep your mind from worrying about your to-do list!

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The problem with exercise classes is that you work out in front of other people, which, if you’re new or just a little unco-ordinated, can be really intimidating. We love Dance Tutorials LIVE on YouTube because unlike a lot of other dance channels that assume you have Beyonce-level skills, these guys

Move like nobody’s watching with at-home dance tutorials – you don’t need diva skills to master the art.

One of the best ways to get fit without noticing is to learn hula hooping. Not the hula hooping you remember from school, though. These days hooping has reached a whole new level of cool. Professional hula hooper Deanne Love offers courses via Hooplovers.TV, as well as free online tutorials. Expect to dance, balance and get to know your hoop inside and out! ●

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iena College is opening its iconic historic convent and cloisters to neighbours and the community on July 21, prior to their restoration as the school’s gateway and official entrance later this year. Built by the Riversdale Road-based Dominican Order and the Camberwell community to educate girls, the multi-domed 1939 Byzantine-revival convent and cloisters have always been the spiritual heart of the Catholic college. Once the sacred preserve of the closed order of Dominican sisters who founded and ran Siena College from 1940, the convent more recently accommodated Siena’s music and drama departments. Restoration of the convent and cloisters is the fourth and final pillar of the school’s Butterfly philanthropic campaign, which centred on the design and construction of a new learning centre, the $8 million St Catherine’s Centre that opened in 2016. The project includes a new school reception, offices for the principal and the deputy principal responsible for faith, a boardroom and a heritage centre to share the college’s religious and academic history, including a recreation of the prioress’ quarters to show how the sisters lived. Principal Gaynor Robson-Garth says Italian architect and engineer Hamleto Agabiti designed the convent and cloisters. The Italianate style of the buildings and gardens reflects the Dominican Order’s early beginnings in Spain and Italy. “The convent exudes a sense of peace and tranquillity supporting the prayer and contemplation that continues to be integral to the college today,” she says. Robson-Garth says from the outset as a college within the Dominican Order, Siena was committed to the acquisition of new knowledge through learning. The Siena Convent is a place of special beauty that breathes and visibly manifests the tradition and 800-year history that Siena College is part of. An alumnae wall added to the convent in 2017 (pictured right) honours the sisters, staff and past students. The restoration project is scheduled for completion in time for the 2019 school year. ●

THE HISTORIC CONVENT

DISCOVER SIENA’S ICONIC HERITAGE Siena College is inviting neighbours and the community to visit its convent and cloisters on Saturday, July 21 from 10am to noon. Visitors can see the arched cloisters that surround an internal garden courtyard and lead to the circular five-domed chapel. On the convent’s upper level, regular floor indentations mark former walls of the sisters’ cells. Reminiscent of Italian churches, the building was deemed highly significant in 1991. ●

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n a remarkable migration, empty-nesters are increasingly trading suburban blocks for inner city convenience and connection. Recognising how emptynesters aspire to live, YarraBend’s latest release Artisan Residences offers 28 downsizer-tailored residences, within a vibrant, new, new inner-city gourmet precinct in an idyllic riverside location 6.5 kilometres from the city. Transforming the way people live, work and play is a central principle in Glenvill’s development of YarraBend, a 17-hectare masterplanned community on the Yarra River at Alphington. The Artisan Precinct is the community’s social pulse, surrounded by Melbourne’s best artisanal culinary offerings, an exclusive recreation facility and parkland. Innovative residential and hospitality architects DKO and Techne created the Artisan Precinct around cafes, gourmet delis, bars and restaurants selected by Melbourne chef-restaurateur Scott Pickett lining laneways opening to a central square and park. The architecturally striking precinct pays homage to the site’s industrial history. Strong steel grids wrap buildings with circular cut-outs revealing residence balconies and lush vertical plantings. Architect Koos de Keijzer, founding partner and principal of DKO, says downsizers are becoming far more discerning, seeking to retain features of the home they’re leaving while adding lifestyle upgrades and social conveniences. To achieve ideal downsizer living, de Keijzer says DKO converted a house plan to an apartment to create generous new homes with larger living and full-sized kitchens. Three penthouses have large, internally accessed roof terraces; other residents share an expansive rooftop for relaxing and entertaining. All have innovative appliance and gadget hubs to store and charge devices. Some layouts include walk-in wardrobes, study zones, separate laundries, freestanding baths or double vanities. “We call them apartment houses with all the features of your current house in an apartment.” The Artisan Precinct is also home to The Hub, a three-storey facility for YarraBend residents with a co-working floor, a chef-quality kitchen, dining areas, lounge spaces, pool table, bar, cinema and rooftop entertainment terrace. ●

ARTISAN AT YARRABEND 16 Parkview Road, Alphington

● yarrabend.com.au ● Developer \ Glenvill ● Architects \ DKO and Techne ● Apartments \ 28: six one-bed, 13 twoDISCOVER TOMORROW’S

bed, nine three-bed

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● Internal sizes \ 57 – 166 square metres ● External areas \ 8.5 – 225 square

Demographer Bernard Salt,

metres

restaurateur Scott Pickett and DKO architects Raymond

● Prices \ One-bed $565,000 -

Mah and Michael Drescher

$599,500; two-bed $815,000 - $995,000;

will discuss how people are

three-bed $1,230,000 - $1,995,000

choosing to live today and in the future at a special event

● Car parking \ One or two secure car

marking the release of the

spaces per residence

Artisan Residences at 6.30pm on Tuesday, June 17 at the

● Sales \ 9573 8320

YarraBend display suite at 16

● Open for inspection \

Parkview Road, Alphington.

On-site display suite open 11am-5pm

Limited spaces are available

Saturday and Sunday; noon-5pm Monday

with gourmet tastings by Scott

to Friday

Pickett; visit apartmentliving. eventbrite.com.au for tickets.

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he 10 classically inspired and generously proportioned residences by Orchard Piper in Armadale’s elite Huntingtower Road evoke the grace of European garden villas. Sculpted to classical proportions to convey a sense of grandeur, arched colonnades around the building will form private loggias and frame views of gardens created by one of Australia’s foremost landscape designers and horticulturists, Myles Baldwin. Orchard Piper director Luke McKie says the residences are tailored specifically for people considering a move from larger homes in Melbourne’s inner east who don’t want to compromise on space. “We understand people at this level want to invest in exceptional design and quality. The combination of Jolson and Myles Baldwin will result in an incomparable offering, creating beautiful garden vistas from highly refined contemporary homes.” Jolson Architects planned the six three-bedroom and four two-bedroom residences with a generosity of spaces: internal areas range from 154 to 371 square metres with private outdoor spaces of up to 215 square metres. Prices start from $2,595,000 for a two-bedroom home. The four largest residences are comparable with full-sized homes – two have second living rooms and private three car garages connected to basements with cellars, gyms and or media rooms, storerooms and curving stairs to residences above. All homes include a separate laundry and the three-bedroom layouts have powder rooms. ● LIZ McLACHLAN

HUNTINGTOWER ROAD 35 Huntingtower Road Armadale ● huntingtowerroad.com.au

● Developer \ Orchard Piper ● Architect & Interior Designer \ Jolson Architects ● Landscape Designer \ Myles Baldwin Design ● Completion date \ End 2019 NOTABLE FEATURES

● Sales \ Marshall White: Marcus Chiminello 0411 411 271, or

Large French-style steel

Nicole French 0417 571 505

framed windows and double

Castran Gilbert: Tim Brown 0417 766 778

doors open to the gardens;

● Project Gallery \ First floor, 101 Toorak

each home has a gas fireplace

Road, South Yarra. By appointment only.

set in volcanic basalt rock, three-metre ceiling heights and

PRICES

a three-metre kitchen island

Two-bedroom from $2,595,000

finished in grey-blue veined

Three-bedroom from $3,950,000

marble. Bespoke cabinetry

● Location \ A few minutes’ walk from

integrates storage throughout

Armadale’s High Street and Glenferrie Road

including Poliform wardrobes in

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extensive main bedrooms.

and Armadale station; quick access to the Monash Freeway for city and peninsula destinations.

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t’s difficult to design a modern house without making it look like an art gallery – too hard and sleek for a family living. But this two-level house balances beautiful architectural lines with flexible interior spaces to create something that is both inspiring and comfortable. Keep your eyes peeled for surprising geometric details, such as the square doorknob, half-moon drawer handles and rectangular glass panels framing the staircase. Sunlight filtering through the structure casts lovely shapes along the wall. Owner Irene says she and her husband, Nick, worked with Hawthorn-based Doherty Design Studio to create a home that would suit their family of five. They needed a range of flexible spaces for entertaining and everyday family life. “We wanted something art deco but for a modern family – something very livable with soft tones and colours,” Irene says. The house is on a winding, tree-lined street in coveted Kew. Large concrete slabs, positioned like stepping stones through lush grasses and a rock garden, lead up to the front door. Light brick and timber cladding are used to create the facade and continue inside the house. The carpeted theatre room to the right of the entry, which has a built-in cabinetry, is a cosy space for family and friends to relax. There is also a gym, as well as two powder rooms. American oak floors lead you to an internal courtyard, which has a retractable roof, heating and built-in barbecue. There’s also a bar area with wine fridge and shelving. Then walk into the open-plan kitchen, living and dining area. The kitchen has Miele appliances, a butler’s pantry and a study nook. The recessed living area has a suspended fireplace and shelving for logs. Full-height sliding doors lead outside to another courtyard, which has a raised built-in pool that swims up close to the house and a water feature. Walk upstairs and you’ll be struck by the amount of integrated storage aslong the hall. The main bedroom has an en suite and built-in dressing table. A timber feature wall separates the room from the walk-in wardrobe. Two other bedrooms on this level share a jack-and-jill bathroom. The final bedroom has its own en suite. ● KATE STANTON property@domain.com.au

AGENT \ Peter Vigano at Jellis Craig 0407 301 224 PRICE \ $4.5 million – $4.95 million AUCTION \ June 30 at noon

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TOORAK \ 13 EVELINA ROAD 4

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Hendy (circa 1888) is a classically beautiful Victorian home in an area of architectural significance. Guests enter via the tiled verandah and ornate front door into a hallway, off which is the main bedroom with en suite and walk-in wardrobe. Soaring high ceilings with architraves and lush carpet complement an original marble open fireplace. On the opposite side of the hall is the home’s second largest bedroom (without wardrobes) and it, too, has a fireplace. Down the hall are the other two bedrooms (again, no wardrobes) that could alternatively serve as a study and rumpus room. The journey down the hall concludes at the main bathroom. At the rear of the home are the living, dining and kitchen areas. The interiors have been renovated over time but are not overtly modern and don’t compete with the home’s historic appeal. A tasteful spa-splash pool is surrounded by brick paving in the well-tended and private backyard. ● AMELIA BARNES AGENT \ RT Edgar 9826 1000 PRICE \ $3.85 million – $4.2 million AUCTION \ June 23 at 11am

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ARMADALE \ 10 MUNRO STREET

SOUTH YARRA \ 16 GROSVENOR STREET

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The builders of this renovated Victorian home have thought literally outside the square to incorporate an octagonal dining room, which creates multiple views to the beautifully landscaped, tropical garden. The house has a number of other exciting design elements, including herringbone parquetry floors and glass splashback in the stainless-steel kitchen. There are plentiful outdoor spaces, including a timber deck with retractable roof. You’ll love relaxing in the main bedroom, with its marble fireplace, and there’s another in the en suite. Two other bedrooms (one with builtin wardrobes, one without) also have open fireplaces. ● KATE STANTON

This Victorian worker’s college is more spacious than the facade would suggest. An open-plan living area at the rear of the ground floor features dark timber floors, period window frames and a statement black spiral staircase. Also on this level are two bedrooms, the main bathroom, and the laundry. Doors off the modern kitchen and adjoining living room open to a small, paved courtyard, and at the front of the home is a more substantial north-facing deck for relaxing and entertaining while soaking up the sun. Upstairs contains a retreat and the main bedroom with a small walk-in wardrobe and en suite. ● AMELIA BARNES

AGENT \ Abercromby’s 9864 5300 PRICE \ $2.5 million – $2.75 million AUCTION \ June 16 at 2pm

AGENT \ Kay & Burton 9820 1111 PRICE \ $1.75 million – $1.925 million AUCTION \ June 16 at 1pm

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TOORAK \ 196 WILLIAMS ROAD 4

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You’ll have no trouble fitting the whole family into this glamorous and versatile Victorian home, built circa 1890 on a 751-square-metre plot. A theatre room at the back of the house, with pool access and an en suite, would convert easily to a granny flat or teenager’s retreat. Parents will love the main bedroom for its ample storage space, as well as en suite, fireplace and courtyard access. Even the kids have an escape – a large cubby-house and playground area in the front garden. The house revolves around a central living and dining area, separated from the kitchen by a marble bar, where you can mix drinks or brew coffee for guests. The kitchen on the other side of the bar has European appliances, two ovens and stone benchtops. The living area, lined with dark oak parquetry, opens up to an outdoor terrace and solar-heated pool. Elsewhere there’s a study, large formal lounge with bay window, powder room and family bathroom. ● KATE STANTON AGENT \ Marshall White 9822 9999 PRICE \ $3.5 million – $3.75 million AUCTION \ June 23 at 9.30am

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CANTERBURY \ 12 PIN OAK COURT

MALVERN EAST \ 26A REPTON ROAD

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No, this is not the court that plays Ramsay Street in Neighbours, though it’s just as telegenic. Sequestered off Gascoyne Street, it’s a chic complex of townhouses near Camberwell Junction with schools, shops and transport all around. This two-storey house has open-plan living and dining with oak flooring, a Miele-equipped kitchen and a large, landscaped courtyard with mains gas. The carpeted first floor has a retreat, bathroom with tub and shower and three double bedrooms, the main with a marble en suite and a private balcony. The double garage has internal access; a powder room and zoned climate control complete the comforts. ● ALISON BARCLAY

This renovated Edwardian home emulates the feeling of a chic country estate, contained in an expansive single-level floorplan with multiple living areas. The light and bright interiors are zoned to position bedrooms (main with walk-in wardrobe and en suite) and study to the rear, behind the formal and open-plan living areas. The large kitchen and adjacent meals area is the heart of the home, with stylish wooden floors, subway tiles, exposed shelving, pendant lights and expansive Caesarstone surfaces. A paved courtyard off the sunroom makes up the backyard, and an covered car space melds into the facade. ● AMELIA BARNES

AGENT \ Woodards 9805 1111 PRICE \ $1.65 million – $1.815 million AUCTION \ June 16 at 12.30pm

AGENT \ Jellis Craig 9864 5000 PRICE \ $1.6 million – $1.75 million AUCTION \ June 16 at 11am

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CAMBERWELL \ 10 VICTORIA ROAD 4

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Airy, stately and set in a sprawling garden corner block, this property is one of the Tara Estate’s great beauties. The 1890s house is in bi-chrome brick on bluestone, its two curvy bays linked by a wraparound veranda above a formal lawn designed by Carlo Gabriele. The single-level dwelling includes a living room inside one bay and a living/dining room in the other, and both rooms retain the original marble fireplaces. The dining room opens to the kitchen, which is dated but spacious and user-friendly with a meals area and a walk-in pantry. The bedrooms – three double and one single – look smart in white with Baltic pine floorboards. In the extension, the family room has a Jetmaster fireplace and french doors to the garden. A laundry and powder room also have garden access. Comfortable and beautifully presented, the house has scope for a rear-end renovation that would make the most of the glorious outdoors. Access to the double carport is via Berwick Street. ● ALISON BARCLAY AGENT \ Kay & Burton 8862 8001 PRICE \ $3.85 million – $4.2 million PRIVATE AUCTION \ June 19 Scan the code with the Domain app to view listing

GLEN IRIS \ 24 KARDINIA ROAD

MONT ALBERT NORTH \ 2/19 EVELINA STREET

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If walls could give hugs, this Californian would soon have a big family snuggled in its embrace. The extended 1920s belle has a dining room with a fireplace and leadlight doors, plus a modern living and dining area that opens to the north-east facing garden. The white kitchen is huge and has a walk-in pantry. Four bedrooms include two at the front, two at the rear with a bathroom, while a nicely secluded chamber at the very rear, with french doors to the patio could also double as a bedroom. Flexibility abounds. Need an office or music room? Take your pick! Campfire dreamers will enjoy the landscaped garden, which has a fireplace. ● ALISON BARCLAY

The downsizers and young families will arm-wrestle over this nicely polished gem. The single-level townhouse has living and dining rooms opening to a north-facing deck, a white stone kitchen with Blanco appliances and the french doors, neutral tints and Tasmanian oak floorboards that promise eternal good looks. Two carpeted double bedrooms include an attractive main suite with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite with shower. The main bathroom has a tub. Elegant and ready for action, it offers an affordable entry to the Koonung College zone. Walkability – to parks, Balwyn East shops and Mont Albert Primary – is excellent. ● ALISON BARCLAY

AGENT \ Marshall White 9822 9999 PRICE \ $2.1 million – $2.3 million AUCTION \ June 23 at 11.30am

AGENT \ Fletchers 9836 2222 PRICE \ $850,000 – $935,000 AUCTION \ June 23 at noon

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Abercromby’s Hocking Stuart Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar

86 88 54 50 65 65 78

ARMADALE 10 Munro St 8/29b Hampden Rd 21 Hume St 7 Auburn Gve 29 Northcote Rd 53 Union St 10 Hampden Rd

Fletchers Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White Noel Jones

57 62 66 66 41

Marshall White

67

Kay & Burton

47

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Kay & Burton Marshall White RT Edgar Woodards

56 55 43 67 82 88

BALWYN NORTH 1 Buchanan Ave BRIGHTON 26 & 28 Esplanade CAMBERWELL 9 Jervis St 41 Through Rd 10 Victoria Rd 104 Glyndon Rd 14 Cochran Ave 27 Fairmont Ave CANTERBURY 1/2a Maling Rd 6 Dudley Pde

Jellis Craig Marshall White

54 60

CARNEGIE 3 Cosy Gum Rd

Jellis Craig

55

Gary Peer

89

CAULFIELD NORTH 20 Findon Ave EAST MELBOURNE 106 Jolimont Rd

Kay & Burton

42

Nelson Alexander

57

FITZROY NORTH 176-178 McKean St

AGENT

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GLEN IRIS

BALWYN 24 Kenilworth St 23 Wills St 22 Crest Ave 10 Narrak Rd 2/54 Balwyn Rd

ADDRESS

51 Aintree Rd 26 Maitland St 24 Kardinia Rd 5/1781 Malvern Rd

68 69 68 86

Jellis Craig Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Kay & Burton Marshall White

56 44 45 48 58

Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar

69 70 83

Miles

48

Jellis Craig Jellis Craig Marshall White RT Edgar

49 53 70 85

Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar

71 71 85

Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar

64 72 72 81

Jellis Craig Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White One

51 73 73 77

HAWTHORN EAST 44 Invermay Gve 15 Stanley Ave 54 Victoria Rd

KEW 27 Heather Gve 24 Young St 25 Kent St 88 Stevenson St KEW EAST 64 Baker Ave 21 Carnegie Ave 1/57 Hartwood St MALVERN 250 Wattletree Rd 11 Valetta St 252 Wattletree Rd 124 Stanhope St MALVERN EAST 12 Ailsa Ave 3/12 Tollington Ave 10 Westgarth St 7/10 Ferncroft Ave

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Kay & Burton

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Marshall White

63

MONT ALBERT 18 Gordon St

Jellis Craig

52

5 Gawler Crt

Woodards

88

RT Edgar

80

John H Castran

89

PRAHRAN 76 Williams Rd RICHMOND 51 Huckerby St

IVANHOE 5 Rocke St

AGENT

MELBOURNE Marshall White Marshall White Marshall White RT Edgar

HAWTHORN 1/10-12 William St 1/11 Grattan St 3/11 Grattan St 1-14/6 Power Ave 21 Coppin Gve

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SOUTH YARRA 29 Palermo St

Marshall White

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5/59 Darling St

Marshall White

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5/28 Rockley Rd

Marshall White

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Marshall White

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SURREY HILLS 36 Ross St TOORAK Abercromby’s

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24 Tashinny Rd

Kay & Burton

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6/722 Orrong Rd

Kay & Burton

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RT Edgar

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52a Lansell Rd 3/9 Hopetoun Rd

Marshall White Marshall White

59 75

1 Selwyn Crt

Marshall White

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196 Williams Rd

Marshall White

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13 Evelina Rd

RT Edgar

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4/29 Tintern Ave

RT Edgar

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Marshall White

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8 Evelina Rd

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WINDSOR 14 St John St

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Presenting a magnificent Victorian terrace featuring ornate iron lacework, this four bedroom property is conveniently located only steps from prestigious Hawksburn Village. Trademark period details and timber floors underscore zoned interiors including a north facing sitting room and comfortable living room. Granite benchtops and extensive storage deliver practical functionality to the spacious kitchen encompassing ample space for casual dining. This splendid domain is completed by a bathroom, balcony, courtyard, rear access and car parking.

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51 Huckerby Street, Cremorne Flawlessly proportioned and meticulously maintained, this impeccably located residence benefits from being on the door step of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier sporting precinct and Melbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CBD. Highlights include a double garage with internal access, together with generous storage and a dumbwaiter.

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Waveney: Divine Art Deco In Prestige Pocket. This stylishly renovated north facing whole floor apartment combines its glorious Art Deco elegance with easy modern convenience near CBD trams/ trains & High Street shops/cafes. Features high ornate ceilings, one of two security entry & remote garage.

Auction Sat 30 June 12.30pm

Inspect Thurs 11.30-12.00pm & Sat as advertised

Contact Walter Summons 0438 576 233 Andrew Summons 0418 321 604

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THE LOCAL DIRECTORY PLUMBING Small Jobs Plumber

30 year’s experience. Licensed and insured. Free quotes and reasonable rates. Specialising in small jobs including leaking taps and toilets, hot water services, general plumbing and gas fitting, toilet change overs and more. Call Melbourne Plumbing and Hot Water and speak to Darren Contact: 0419 306 484

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GLASS & GLAZING All Broken Glass

At All Broken Glass we specialise in the replacement of glass in all areas of your home or office. We replace glass in doors, windows and ensure that we are prompt and reliable in our service. Our workmanship is second to none and we endeavour to make sure you the customer is happy with the job. For a free quote. Contact: Greg on 0414 516 050 12379641-ACM09-18

DECKING Deckseal Revival Pty Ltd

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

www.deckseal.com.au 1165535-KC48-14

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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KITCHENS smarterBATHROOMS+

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.

ANTIQUES

CAR RENTAL

Jack’s Antiques After 30 years of

Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals Specialising

trading in Sandringham, we have moved to a new showroom jam packed with interesting quality items, and constantly changing items including lots of antiques and modern furniture, bronze, clocks, vases, displays, french, leadlight, lots of colourful art and more. We always buy anything of quality. Open 7 days. 368 Reserve Road, Cheltenham. Contact: Jack 9583 7099 or 0419 303 861

BATHROOMS AND KITCHENS GIA Bathrooms and Kitchens Specialist design and renovation company, providing peace of mind that one company will manage all aspects of your renovation process. Complete start to finish service, with guaranteed start and finish dates. Call now to book an in home consultation or visit our website for further information. 819A Nepean Hwy Bentleigh. Contact: 1300 442 736 www.giarenovations.com.au

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 www.ap-shutters.com

Bracken Blinds & Shutters Specialises 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. www.brackenblinds.com.au

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Protect your Home and Family. Hi-Light Group, Melbourne’s premier manufacturer and installer of CRIMSAFE Security Products. Doors - Windows Enclosures. See showroom 655 Burwood Road East Hawthorn.

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ELECTRICAL SERVICES

in new and used car rentals with over 37 years experience. With a large range of new and used cars, we have your rental needs covered. Contact: 13 15 63 or www.rentabomb.com.au

CLEANING SERVICES Campeones Trusted specialists in: commercial, residential, end of lease cleaning, carpet, window and pressure cleaning. Special discounts May and June only. Call :The champions of cleaning: today and save! Contact: Rosita 0434 039 542 or Email: rosita@campeones.com.au or info@campones.com.au www.campones.com.au

COURIER SERVICES Pack & Send Hawthorn We provide total courier and freight delivery services and complete packaging solutions for customers in and around Hawthorn, Richmond. You can drop off your goods at our service Centre at Shop 1 and 2 159 Burwood Road Hawthorn, or we can pick up from your door- its your choice. Contact: 9813 4522 www.packsend.com.au/hawthorn

DECKING Deckseal Revival Pty Ltd Melbourne’s 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 www.deckseal.com.au

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Contact: 1300 662 838.

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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

Service Today Licensed electricians, professional service, 24/7, rapid response, upfront pricing and senior discounts. Our friendly technicians specialise in lighting, powerpoints, phone lines and general electrical problems. Same day emergency service! Contact: 1300 854 611 www.servicetoday.com.au

FENCING

Websters Fencing Registered building practitioner. Building quality fences in Stonnington and Booroondara since 1982. Websters fencing provides a tailored and reliable service, with the experience to ensure quality and longevity of your fence. We specialise in boundary fencing. Please call Les Webster between 7am and 7pm for a quote. Contact: 0417 356 608

GIFTS AND ACCESSORIES

Ondine Living 281 Wattletree Rd, Malvern East, VIC, 3145 You’ll find at Ondine Living gifts, clothing, accessories and homewares. You will never need to shop anywhere else. Their aim is to offer a beautiful, unique customer experience. Ondine Living offer beautiful pieces, pride themselves on customer service and value honest opinions. Ondine Living are happy to give advice on interiors, fashion and gift ideas. facebook.com/ondineliving instagram.com/ondineliving Contact: 9500 8958 ondineliving@outlook.com SHUTTERS

Malvern Windows

Specialists in manufacture, supply and installation of period style timber windows. Additional areas of expertise range from; double glazing, sashcords, rot repair and complete window replacements. Call Brett for a no obligation quote. Contact: Brett Smyk 0409 870 016

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. For a free, no obligation quote: Contact: 9818 1133 info@ap-shutters.com

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WINTER 2018

GLASS/GLAZING

PAINTING

Greg McNeish All broken glass 24-7

Matt’s Painting & Decorating

specialising in all exterior broken glass replacement in your home. We replace glass in doors, windows and ensure that we are prompt and reliable in our service. Our workmanship is second to none and we endeavour to make sure you the customer is happy with the job. For a free quote. Contact: Greg on 0414 516 050

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

Family. Hi-light Group, Melbourne’s premier manufacturer and installer of CRIMSAFE security products. Doorswindows-Enclosures. See showroom 655 Burwood Road East Hawthorn. Free measure and quote.

HANDYMAN

PLUMBING

A/P Shutters & Blinds Highest

Melbourne Plumbing and Hot Water

Chuck Lau Home Improvements Handyman, small job specialist, all maintenance, defects and repairs works, minor construction and demolition, kitchen/bathroom refurnish refit works, plaster restoration, tiling, carpentry, painting, grouting, accredited waterproofing. Expert troubleshooting. Contact: Chuck 0438 702 988

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. www.nextfurnishings.com.au

KITCHENS

SECURITY PRODUCTS

Crimsafe: Protect your Home and

30 Years experience. Licensed and insured. Free quotes and reasonable rates. Specialising in small jobs including leaking taps and toilets, hot water services, general plumbing and gas fitting, toilet change overs and more. Speak to Darren directly for expert advice. Contact: 0419 306 484 melbourneplumbingandhotwater@gmail.com

Service Today Licensed plumbers, professional service, 24/7, rapid response, upfront pricing and seniors discounts. Our friendly technicians specialise in blocked drains, hot water, taps & toilets and leaking pipes. Same day emergency service! Contact: 1300798685 www.servicetoday.com.au

RETRIEVER RETREAT Canine Crazy

Smarter Kitchens live in the kitchen you love with a complete design, build and project management from Melbournes smartest kitchen renovator. Guaranteed start and finish dates, or we pay you. Call now. Showroom 77 Salmon Street, Port Melbourne. Contact: 1300 662 838 www.smarterkitchens.com.au

RETRIEVER RETREAT Canine Crazy

Going On Holidays? Don’t want to put your loved Retriver in a kennel?. We look after them in Our Own Home with Lots of TLC We provide fresh nourishing meals, have a Golden Walking Service available and In Home Vet Service. Retriever Retreat is located in Booroondara Contact Toni: 0407 564 483 12355251-EPJ25-17

Going away on Holidays? Don’t want to put your loved one in a Kennel? We look after them in our own home, with lots of TLC. We provide fresh, nourishing meals, have a golden walking service available and in home vet service. Retriever Retreat is located in Booroondara. Contact Toni 0407 564 483

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: 9808 9559 www.highlightdirect.com.au

ANTIQUES Jacks Antiques

After 30 years of trading in Sandringham, we have moved to a new showroom. Jam Packed with Quality items, and constantly changing items, lots of antiques, and modern furniture. We always buy anything of top quality. Open 7 Days

368 Reserve Road Cheltenham Phone: 9583 7099 / 0419 303 861

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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. www.ap-shutters.com

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

CAR RENTALS Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals (RICHMOND) R

R Rent-A-Bomb Car Rentals is a reliable and affordable car hire company with h 12 locations in 3 states, 1 oopen 7 days a week. With a large range of new and used cars and 37 years experience, we have your rental car needs covered. Call RICHMOND 9428 0088 or 131553

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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.

WINDOW REPLACEMENTS

Malvern Windows Specialists in manufacture, supply and installation of period style timber windows. Additional areas of expertise range from; double glazing, sashcords, rot repair and complete window replacements. Call Brett for a no obligation quote. Contact: Brett Smyk 0409 870 016 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 www.windows1.net.au

FENCING

Lic 17824. Contact: Jason 0411 300 772

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

COURIER SERVICES Pack & Send Hawthorn

We provide total courier and freight delivery services and complete packaging solutions for customers in and around Hawthorn, Richmond. You can drop off your goods at our Service Centre or we can pick up from your door - it’s your choice. Shop 1 & 2, 159 Burwood Road Hawthorn Contact: 9813 4522.

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PAINTING 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 your fence. We specialise in boundary fencing. Please call Les Webster between 7.00am and 7.00pm for a quote: Mob: 0417 356 608 12356576-PB27-17

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Matt’s Painting and Decorating

Personalised, highly efficient and motivated team. Free quotes, prompt service and high quality paint finish. Period to contemporary. Experts in porters and dulux application. External and internal painting. We don’t just paint, we create. Contact: Matt 0418 384 620

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