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FEATURE PROPERTY Lot 6 Jerricks Lane, Coolamon

OPEN FOR INSPECTIONS

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LOT 6 JERRICKS LANE, COOLAMON | ISSUE 022 | FRIDAY, 18 MAY, 2018

Gardening

IN THE RIVERINA PAGE 8

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OPEN FOR INSPECTION Saturday, 19th May, 2018 TIMES

ADDRESS SUBURB

PRICE

AGENT

AGENT CONTACT

CENTRAL 9.50am - 10.30am

1/65 Crampton Street

Central

4

2

2

$425,000

Rob Fuller

0407 204 138

10.00am - 10.30am

26 Docker Street

Central

3

1

5

$529,000

Jenna Pollard

0418 421 621

10.50am - 11.30am

1/5 Chambers Place

Central

2

1

1

$285,000

Rob Fuller

0407 204 138

11.00am - 11.30am

12 Best Street

Central

4

1

4

Auction

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

11.00am - 11.30am

158 Edward Street

Central

4

2

1

$359,000

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

11.00am - 12.00pm

16 Morundah Street

Central

5

3

2

AUCTION

Jenna Pollard

0418 421 621

11.30am - 12.00pm

47 Evans Street

Central

3

2

2

$449,000

Michael Kennedy

0417 216 698

11.30am - 12.00pm

47 Brookong Avenue

Central

3

1

2

Auction

Amanda Tilyard

0418 461 067

53 Rainbow Drive

Estella

4

2

3

$579,000

Jenna Pollard

0418 421 621

6 Apprentice Avenue

Flowerdale

3

1

2

$305,000

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

20 Hazelwood Drive

Forest Hill

4

2

2

$339,000

Nicole Kemp

0437 266 688

13 Undurra Drive

Glenfield Park

5

1

2

$355,000

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

10.45am - 11.15am

65 Barmedman Avenue

Gobbagombalin

4

2

2

$459,500

Michael Kennedy

0417 216 698

11.50am - 12.30pm

22 Ellerslie Street

Gobbagombalin

4

2

2

$495,000

Rob Fuller

0407 204 138

12.50pm - 1.30pm

8 Ross Parkway

Gobbagombalin

4

2

2

$598,000

Rob Fuller

0407 204 138

3 Clifton Street

Hilltop

5

4

5

$699,000

Amanda Tilyard

0418 461 067

10.30am - 11.00am

105 Grove Street

Kooringal

3

1

1

$269,000

Nicole Kemp

0437 266 688

11.30am - 12.00pm

5 Marconi Street

Kooringal

4

1

2

$342,000

Rod Whealing

0416 132 764

57 Jasmin Crescent

Lake Albert

3

2

1

$339,000

Christa Lindsay

0417 685 342

11 Hargrave Avenue

Lloyd

4

2

5

$399,500

Michael Kennedy

0417 216 698

9.30am - 10.00am

32 McKell Street

Mount Austin

3

1

1

$189,000

Nicole Kemp

0437 266 688

12.00pm - 12.30pm

61 Leavenworth Drive

Mount Austin

3

1

2

$249,000

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

1.00pm - 1.30pm

141 Macleay Street

Mount Austin

3

1

1

$139,000

Ryan Smith

0449 592 211

10.30am - 11.00am

71 Bourke Street

Turvey Park

4

2

1

$340,000

Les Kelly

0427 315 545

10.30am - 11.00am

87 Mitchelmore Street

Turvey Park

3

1

2

$287,000

Rod Whealing

0416 132 764

11.00am - 11.30am

106 Urana Street

Turvey Park

5

2

6

$429,000

Les Kelly

0427 315 545

12.30pm - 1.00pm

4 Hodson Avenue

Turvey Park

5

3

2

$550,000

Michael Kennedy

0417 216 698

ESTELLA 12.30pm - 1.00pm FLOWERDALE 12.00pm - 12.30pm FOREST HILL 11.30am - 12.00pm GLENFIELD PARK 1.00pm - 1.30pm GOBBAGOMBALIN

HILLTOP 10.30am - 11.00am KOORINGAL

LAKE ALBERT 11.00am - 11.30am LLOYD 1.30pm - 2.00pm MOUNT AUSTIN

TURVEY PARK


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ON THE COVER

Practical and

SPACIOUS Lot 6 Jerricks Lane, Coolamon LIFESTYLE Set on 5 acres this substantial family home offers an abundance of space inside and out. Welcomed by a brick entry, you will enjoy the absolute paradise that’s before you… Palm trees, roses and hedging amongst white stones that wind through the botanical nature which leads to the front entry

FEATURES • Built in 2000, you will enjoy a generous open plan living zone consisting of the formal lounge, dining, office and kitchen. Seasonal comfort assured with a wood fire, fans and reverse cycle heating and cooling. • An impressive kitchen is presented to excite with an abundance of cabinetry, gas cooktop, dishwasher, corner pantry and an aspect of the yard. • Master suite is beautiful with a walk-in robe and a large en-suite providing the ultimate lifestyle. • Brilliant storage featured in the laundry, tiles in the high traffic areas and high ceilings to create space. • You are blessed with the ultimate entertainer – a massive 2nd kitchen, TV and rumpus space ideal for guests or functions. With an inbuilt gas BBQ, glass splashback and abundance of cabinetry, this practical and thoughtout feature is a winner. • Three car garage with electric roller door area, secure house yard fencing and picturesque grounds are going to leave you speechless. • The men can be excited with this 18 by 21 metre shed with 3 phase power, concrete slab, kitchenette and bathroom. • Three horse stables behind the shed with easy access to the 3 acre paddock to the left which has water and secure fencing for stock.

LOCATION Positioned on the outskirts of Coolamon amongst lifestyle properties, you will be overwhelmed at the beauty, space and practical nature this property presents.

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3

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$749,000 View

By Appointment

Agent: Jenna Pollard 0418 421 621 www.remaxelite.com.au


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4 12 Best Street, WAGGA WAGGA Properties like this in Central Wagga are becoming rarer and harder to get a hold of - so do not miss this opportunity. Tastefully renovated throughout, there isn’t a thing that needs to be done. Stepping through the front door this home flows, comprising of four bedrooms with the master having built-ins, a beaut kitchen and a spacious, open plan living and dining area.

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3 158 Edward Street, WAGGA WAGGA

Auction Date Venue View

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02 Jun 2018 - 11:30am On-Site 11:00am - 11:30am

PRDnationwide Wagga Ryan Smith 0449 592 211 Luke Gerhardy 0415 947 176

A wonderful double brick home presented with lots of character and potential. High ornate ceilings greet you, with four nicely sized bedrooms and two seperate family living areas. Seperate toilet and shower with the potential for a second bathroom at the rear of the property. Drive through access at the side of the home leads up to a well sized shed and a rear yard that is ready for landscaping.

Price View

Auction

111 Fitzmaurice Street, WAGGA WAGGA

Date Venue

• • • •

Fully leased building On-site parking Rear lane access Fantastic investment opportunity

6 Apprentice Avenue, FLOWERDALE Wed 30 May 2018 @ 11am PRDWagga Auction Room

PRDnationwide Wagga Anthony Paul 0412 556 610 anthonypaul@prdwagga.com.au

This light and bright recently painted property is priced to go! Featuring 3 carpeted bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes. Formal lounge area with new carpet, overlooking the front garden. Modern kitchen with breakfast bar, cooktop, separate oven and dishwasher. Combined dining area with glass door leading to the undercover entertaining area.

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$359,000 11:00am - 11:30am

PRDnationwide Wagga 02 6923 3555 Ryan Smith 0449 592 211 Luke Gerhardy 0415 947 176

3 Commercial Building For Sale

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Selling Price View

$305,000 12:00pm - 12:30pm

PRDnationwide Wagga 02 6923 3555 Ryan Smith 0449 592 211 Luke Gerhardy 0415 947 176


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UPCOMING AUCTION

THE BEST

Location!

12 Best Street, Wagga Wagga 4

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FEATURES Tastefully renovated throughout, there isn’t a thing that needs to be done. Stepping through the front door this home flows, comprising of four bedrooms with the master having built-ins, a beautiful kitchen and a spacious, open plan living and dining area. The bathroom renovation is done to the highest degree with gorgeous floor to ceiling tiles and a free standing bath. Stepping out into the back yard you are greeted with a massive covered entertaining area, a second outside toilet and beautifully manicured lawns. Rear lane access with triple car accommodation ensures you’ll always have a space to park.

LOCATION To be close to some of the best schools in Wagga, near some of the best coffee in Wagga, Best Street is one of the blue chip Central Wagga streets.


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UPCOMING AUCTION

Auction Auction

Saturday 2nd June 11.30am Onsite

View

Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am

Agent  Ryan Smith 0449 592 211 www.prdwagga.com.au


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WEEKLY GARDENING

Gardening

IN THE

Anyone driving around our fine city will notice the housing developments which continue to increase. With these new estates comes the individual task of creating landscapes to complement each home. This means there are many new gardeners who may benefit from the following information. Autumn is a good season to add new plants to your garden and is the ideal time to prepare your soil for spring planting. After designing your garden, soil preparation is the next step to ensure your plants receive the best possible start. There are three categories of soil. Sand, which is light with very little nutrients and has very little water holding capacity; Loam, which is an ideal consistency for most plants; and Clay, which is heavy and can be dry and impenetrable, or totally waterlogged.

Once the soil type has been identified, adjustments can be made to improve drainage, water holding capabilities and nutrition. The general rule of thumb to improve all types of soil is to add composted organic matter, especially aged animal manures, broken-down leaves and kitchen-scraps. This encourages soil life such as microbes, earthworms and nutrients and, improves the structure and chemistry of the soils. Clay soil consists of fine particles and, when moist, will form a smooth, round ball which will go hard when dry. The advantage of clay soil is that it holds on to moisture and nutrients longer and there’s less moisture lost through evaporation. The disadvantage of heavy clay soil is that it becomes waterlogged. The addition of gypsum, a natural mineral, will help break up clay. The structure of loamy soils are ideal for most plants.


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WEEKLY GARDENING

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By Wagga Nursery

Sandy soil has large and coarse particles which won’t stay together when squeezed in the hand. Once sandy soils dry out they become water repellent and that’s a problem for plants because there’s no water holding capacity in the soil and up to 50% of composted material may be required to achieve a good result. The use of organic-based fertilisers, such as pelletised manures or blood and bone are preferred and are available in bags from Wagga Nursery. If you require trailer loads of loam, call Loam and Stone in Fernleigh Avenue, Wagga, as they supply garden materials, including compost from Carbon Mate. All plants will benefit from the application of an organic mulch on the soil leaving, space around stems and trunks. Sugar-cane, lucerne hay and pea-straw all are effective in providing protection for plants. Over the next few weeks we will discuss specific plants and their requirements suited to our area.

Love your garden.


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WEEKLY INTERIORS

HOW TO

MAKE CANDLES

burn longer By Katrina Chambers If you frequently use candles you know they can sometimes be expensive to buy, plus they seem to be gone before you blink so it’s handy to know how to get the most out of them. Candles are used as a display item, for their fragrance or to enable relaxation (or all the above) and most interior decorators say they are a must in their home. When you find a brand or type of candle you love, make sure you get the most out of it so here are some tips on how to make them last longer. Candles are made from a range of materials, with most (and the cheapest) made from paraffin wax, a derivative from petro-chemicals. The burning of paraffin creates highly toxic benzene and toluene when burned (both are known carcinogens). In fact, the toxins released from paraffin candles are the same as those found in diesel fuel fumes. Safer alternatives are those which use a cotton or paper wick and are either unscented or, scented with essential oils. The candles themselves should be made with 100% soy, beeswax, coconut wax, hemp oil or a combination which does not include paraffin.


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WEEKLY INTERIORS SET THE MEMORY OF YOUR CANDLE A common mistake is to not let the candle burn for long enough during the first burn because the size of the wax pool during the first burn determines the life of the candle and subsequent burns will remember the level of the wax pool. To avoid ‘tunneling’ you need to burn the candle long enough for the wax to come away from the edges on that very first burn. This is called ‘setting the memory’ of the candle.

TRIM THE WICK Snipping the wick is one of the most effective ways to lengthen a candle’s life. If you don’t trim them before each time you burn the candle they smoke up, shed black debris and leave the glass jar looking black. Left untrimmed it can also lead to uneven heating.

LIMIT BURN TIME Don’t burn your candle for longer than 2 hours at a time. Blow it out often, let it re-set and use it again another day. This makes sure it burns slowly and wax settles evenly.

MORE THAN ONE WICK Candles with several evenly spaced wicks will burn more smoothly than large candles with a single wick.

CIRCULAR CANDLES They burn more effectively than odd shapes because all the wax is an even distance from the wick. Square candles and random shapes can melt unevenly and leave wasted wax behind.

COOL YOUR CANDLES Refrigerating (not freezing) your candle for 1-2 hours before burning chills the wax and causes it to burn more slowly, therefore enabling the candle to last longer.

DON’T WASTE ANY WAX Cheap candles burn so that a hole develops around the wick but a good candle is one where the wax melts evenly around the wick. If you do have a candle where the wax has disappeared from around the wick, don’t think your candle has gone to waste! Just scoop out some of the wax and pop it in a tea light holder. Use every little last piece of wax!


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WEEKLY INSPIRATION

CHOOSING COLOUR for your

NEXT PROJECT By Inspirations Paint Wagga

Whether you’re painting the living room, bedroom or kitchen, choosing the right colours for your project is made easy with our online colour wall. With this tool you can explore thousands of colour schemes and combinations without lifting a finger or brush. You can search for colours by selecting the individual colour hues from the colour wheel. The different segments on the wheel correspond to the colour groups listed alongside the wheel and are broken into nine different colour hues: greens, blues, purples, reds, browns, oranges, yellows, greys and whites and neutrals. You can also search for specialty finishes including metallic, pearl, stone and suede finishes. You can even search for colours by Paint Brands (Dulux or Berger) and view the top 20 colours purchased in our stores.

The Effect of Colour Different colours affect our moods in different ways so before you decide to paint your bedroom feature wall in your favourite shade of bright green, consider what colours generate different emotions.

Warm and cosy colours

Convey a message of togetherness and strength: • Red represents energy, power and passion. It’s also been found to stimulate appetite so it’s a common choice for dining rooms. • Orange creates warmth and a sense of joy and is often used as an accent colour. • Yellow has different effects depending on how much is used. Generally, yellow is a happy and uplifting colour but when it’s overused it can become distracting and overwhelming.

Cool and Soothing Colours

Provide a sense of calm and feelings of trust. • Green conveys a sense of renewal and growth and blends easily with any room. • Blue is generally a peaceful colour. Light blue can make a room appear bright and refreshing, while a deep blue creates a sense of pride and dignity. • Violet combines the calm of blue and the energy of red. Violet is often used in bedrooms to communicate an air of serenity and tranquillity.

Pastel Colours Pastel colours are the result of adding a large amount of white to colours. They create a comfortable, open airy feeling in any room.

Neutral Colours Neutral colours include shades of white, beige, taupe, gray and black and are the easiest colours to use for one obvious reason - they blend with most settings and furniture. Neutral colours can also be stylish and dramatic. For example, black and white are neutral colours that create a wonderful monochrome palette for additional colours.


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WEEKLY INSPIRATION

Selecting Colour When choosing colour try to branch out and consider similar shades in all directions. Keep in mind any furniture or artwork already in the room. Gather together all the colour samples you like and narrow it down to three or four hues for your specific project.

REMEMBER: colours will look different online to when you paint them in your home. This is why we recommend using brush-out boards. Brush-Out Boards are a great way to help choose colour in your home and are a great alternative to sample pots, also less messy. Once your Brush-Out Boards are delivered you can stick them up around house or in the specific area you’re painting and look at them during different times of day and in different lighting, move them around the room, high, low, in corners and near windows and leave them for a week or so until you’re happy. If you don’t think you’ve found the right colours for your project seek out colour cues in items you already own around the house such as a favourite piece of art or furniture. Pull colours and colour combinations from what you know and love; it may be a pillow, a piece of fabric or even a favourite pair of shoes. If that doesn’t help you can always call in and see us at 18 Dobney Avenue and speak to Allan, Tracy, Jenny, Dean or Rob. We are very happy to help.


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Congratulations to The Clontarf Foundatio on winning the Communit n for teaching boys they y Service Award and are The Clontarf Foundatio valued. for-profit charity which n is a registered noteducation, discipline, helps to improve the life skills, self-estee and employment prospects m and Torres Strait Islander of young Aboriginal speaking for themselve men. The results are s with a higher rate of

taking part in community events, gaining the respect city in the process. of the In 2017, about 40 students were enrolled in the Clontarf Foundatio n system at Mount Austin High School. The boys play sport, breakfast and learn true friendship in a have and nurturing environme safe nt before school Two boys have plans to become Learning starts. Support Officers (teacher’s aides), while another HSC graduate has applied for a trade

apprenticeship. This year, one student to perform in Singapore has been invited showcasing his dance after successfully Schools Spectacular. skills in the 2017 Students from The voluntarily assisted Clontarf Foundation setting up the annual Book Fair last year. They have participate Rotary in the White Ribbon d also helped in Clean Up Walk around Lake Albert, Australia the City Council complete Day and assisted a healing garden.

ROTARY CLUB OF SOUTH WAGGA AWAR D FOR COMMUNITY NANCY & COLIN DUNN SERVICE

Bowelscan program The winners, Nancy in Wagga in 2000 with Nancy. grandparents, Nancy extraordinarily long and Colin Dunn, have an and Colin have been connection with communit Colin is an early member a formidable volunteeri service with Colin starting y of the Men’s ng team, helping the also and keeps his Wagga Junior Eisteddfod as a 10-year-old buying his community work skills up by undergoinShed for the courses in managem g TAFE involveme variety of other roles, war bonds. He had a ent. nt with Bowelscan and,past 14 years, Nancy’s volunteering for the past nine years, the charity, in Forster/Tuncurry including as a Lone Scout started assisting socks, with guard duty on gloves and balaclavas as a girl knitting the beach to keep the Illness has stopped CanAssist. for soldiers serving overseas. She doing more, and Colin Nancy and Colin from ricocheting off the sandpublic away from bullets was a foundation declared member from that time the nearby rifle of the Junee from charity work is range. leaving him empty. away the Lockhart Hospital CWA and a member of “I miss the camarade He has been a Justice Auxiliary, raising much rie needed and comfort of of the Peace for 63 finds for needy knowing I’m doing something years, was a member has been a member communities. Nancy for others, while enjoying friendship Fire Service from 1967of the Yathalla Rural of the Wagga Inner with others for until Wheel 30 1992 at years. the and was same time,” Colin said. a Junee Apex Club member The pair met at a in 1955 prior joining Junee Rotary Both are worth their weight in gold and then in 1985 and starting to 1954 when Nancy dance in Junee in October some for the work they’ve the was 18 and Colin 23. As well as being soulmates community better. Nancy done to make our and and Colin, thank you so very much!

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The award winner, answer pretty much Rodney Rynehart can about motorbikes. A any question you have of the Harley Owners’keen rider and member Group known as HOG’s, Rodney owns Bike Essentials which services and repairs motorbike s. Rodney has also been a board member of the

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