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Bag snatcher Cherry Waterbury with fellow actors (L-R) Leon Newton, Bruce Carboon, Herman Jansink and Eric Daws. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Jessica Howard at a public meeting on Saturday “People in Moorabool Shire and off-stage crew as well – everyone The Amateur Theatre Group will
April 8. in Melton are very welcome to join can participate”. meet at the James Young Room in
It’s been two decades since the Darley resident and group con- in, but we want our base of op- Secretary of the Bacchus Marsh the Lerderderg Library, Bacchus
Bacchus Marsh Players performed vener, Leon Newton said anyone erations to be in Bacchus Marsh, Arts Council, John Spain said the Marsh at 2pm on April 8. The
at the local public hall, but they’re interested was encouraged to get where it’s been more than 20 years Arts Council strongly supported meeting is open to anyone inter-

ready to get the show on the road in touch and join in the fun. since the Bacchus Marsh Players the new Bacchus Marsh group. ested in participating in, or sup-
again. “Amateur theatre has a long but performed at the public hall. “Our mission is to promote all of porting, the group.
The amateur theatre group is intermittent history in Bacchus “An amateur theatre production the arts in our district. This is an For more information, contact
planning for a 2017 Winter/Spring Marsh. It’s time to get the show on is always a lot of fun for audi- exciting initiative and we’ll help in Leon Newton on 0418 146 161 or
Season, which will be kicked off the road again,” he said. ences, the performers and all the whatever ways we can”. theatre3340@gmail.com.

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By Jessica Howard month of April. running from now and a firearm stolen in the Ballan
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By Kate Taylor

Farmers are being warned of spreading serrated tussock in
fodder in upcoming seasons.
The Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party (VSTWP) is
advising landowners to ensure fodder and hay purchased
this summer and autumn is free of noxious weeds and in
particular, serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma).
“The previous year has seen perfect conditions for this weed
of national significance to seed prolifically, resulting in many
paddocks being infested prior to bailing for fodder,” said VS-
TWP Executive Officer Martin Deering.
Whilst it can be difficult to inspect all fodder purchased for
noxious weeds, Mr Deering suggests “landowners should at-
tempt to purchase stockfeed from reputable outlets that can
verify the absence of declared noxious weeds and from areas
outside of the serrated tussock core infestations around the
fringes of northern and western Melbourne”.

Festival flourishes
“Landowners are often unaware of the grassy weed in their
paddocks, especially during a good spring like the one we
just had, and may bale paddocks unaware of the viable seeds
in the fodder,” noted Mr Deering.
Precautions to help prevent serrated tussock spread can
include vehicle and machinery hygiene, removing serrated
By Jessica Howard On the day, I made an on-the-spot tussock from around watercourses and avoiding the move-
decision to award all of the students ment of soil off an infected property.
More than three times the population from every school, as they all made a VSTWP advocates that best practice management is to con-
of Ballan have flooded the main street supreme effort on the day. trol and treat mature serrated tussock plants prior to flow-
as part of the annual Ballan Autumn “The quality of the stalls was also very ering and seeding each season with a registered herbicide,
Festival. impressive this year, with a number of manual removal or cultivation.
The popular event was held on Sunday high-end vendors, alongside our local For further information, visit www.serratedtussock.com, or
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Ballan Autumn Festival Association festival and its theme”.
President, Kevin Harper said the figures, Mr Harper thanked the local community
which are believed to have been the and its residents, who “put up with the
highest in history, were “very pleasing”. inconvenience of having the festival on By Steven Barnes was unclear from the last
their door step”. time I was in court in 2009”,
“All the feedback received so far has
been extremely positive, with locals “I do appreciate the enthusiasm received A local mother has been but admitted she should
saying it’s the biggest festival they have from our local residents as I am sure they fined without conviction, af- have taken more responsi-
seen in the region,” he said. understand how important the festival is ter a speeding incident early bility to find out.
for Ballan and the wider community. this year in Eynesbury the
“I am very satisfied with the team effort
shown by each member of the association.
“The Ballan Autumn Festival gives this How can we do this for free? “I shouldn’t have assumed I
Bacchus Marsh court heard didn’t need it,” she said.
town the opportunity to really showcase last Friday.
Everyone has really grown into their The single, stay at home
all that it has to offer. The parade alone On 17 January
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Hostel’s 100-year-old residents, local at an alleged speed of 116kph
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successful as it was”. clubs and all of the local CFA brigades. ing pulled over by police. “My license is my lifeline,
Mr Harper said a highlight of the event It really does showcase the entire It was revealed Ms Baker as well as my children’s.”
was the annual festival parade. community”. did not have an alcohol in- Magistrate Wallington took
“There has been a significant increase Mr Harper said the association was terlock device fitted to her her plea into consideration
in the thought and efforts put into the already looking forward to 2018, car as ordered in a previous and that the accused had
parade floats,” he said. with next year’s theme and date to be court appearance. also fitted the device two
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David Atterbury from Bacchus Marsh Lions Club is calling for ‘tin rattlers’ to help with the
Good Friday Appeal. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Make it a Good Friday
By Jessica Howard “If you have spare time, either in the days
leading up to Good Friday or on the day
The Bacchus Marsh Lions Club is searching

Come play footy
itself, please donate that time and assist in
for volunteer tin rattlers ahead of this year’s raising funds”.
Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday In 2016, Bacchus Marsh and surrounding
Appeal. communities raised $30,457.45 for the Good
The major fundraiser will be held on April Friday Appeal.
By Jessica Howard AFL players will coach a team of young 14 and will see local volunteers lining the
Moorabool residents before they go head to If you are unable to donate on the day, Lions
streets of Bacchus Marsh in order to rattle
It’s that time of year again when Moorabool’s head in a short football match against local Club members and other volunteers will be
their tins and collect donations.
budding young footballers take on local councillors, council staff and other role rattling their tins outside local shops in the
Bacchus Marsh Lions Club area manager,
councillors and council staff. models. days leading up to the Appeal, with purple
David Atterbury said local community
The annual All Abilities AFL Clinic and The event will be held at Darley Civic Hub members were encouraged to become an donation cans also located at supporting
Community Match will be held this Friday and will include inflatables, skills stations enthusiastic supporter and help set a new businesses in the days following.
7 April. and a free barbeque. record. On the day, donations can also be made at
The event, which has run for the past two The All Abilities AFL Clinic and Community “Every donation, even small change from the Bacchus Marsh Fire Station.
years, offers young people the opportunity Match is the first of the Moorabool Youth your pocket or purse, helps add up to a For further information or if you have time
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inclusive and fun environment. 3:30pm. District,” he said. David Atterbury on 0439 324 494.
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Grassroots
sport declines
By Jessica Howard Mr Comelli said the changing demographics
of country areas made it harder to get teams
Country football and netball clubs may face onto the field.
the final siren as they struggle with a lack of “A lot of communities within this league
players and shrinking populations. have very small populations. Just like
In the 2017 season, the Central Highlands primary schools in country areas, the
Football Netball League will see a number of number of people tend to go up and down.
clubs unable to field teams in both football It only takes a couple of families to move
and netball. out of the area and you find yourself in a
Daylesford will be without an under-18 bit of trouble. It’s a small community with a
football team as well as an A and B Grade constant shift in population”.
senior netball teams. Gordon FNC President, Peter Clifford said
Ballan is struggling to field an under-15 although the numbers were dwindling, the
football team and earlier this month, league was still strong.
Smythesdale announced their decision to “One thing that makes CHFNL such a
recess their senior side. strong league is our crowds, which are in

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David Tuhoy said the decision was due to “a senior teams in both netball and football on
significant drop in senior player numbers”. the one day. It’s one attraction, so everyone is
“The club does not take this decision lightly there together,” he said. By Kate Taylor opportunity to help their local communities
and will be doing all it can throughout this “Obviously with a league like CHFNL, in a whole lot of ways. It could be creating
season to make sure it does not have a repeat there’s quite a bit of travelling and that can Funding is now available for communities nesting boxes for endangered species or
occurrence for season 2018,” he said. have a bit of an impact on the players, but to either build new men’s sheds, or refurbish doing maintenance work for pensioners.”
CHFNL President, Eddie Comelli said the some of the more distant clubs are the ones existing ones. Grants of up to $60,000 are available for
decision was disappointing. that still do have the numbers so I’m not sure The state government HAS made available communities to build a new shed, or up to
“The Central Highlands board is obviously that that is such an issue here. $879,000 as announced by member for $30,000 to refurbish an existing one.
saddened that this is the course that was “Footy and netball is important in these sort Western Victoria Jaala Pulford. Community groups and local councils
needed to be taken by Smythesdale, but in of small country towns because it’s local. Ms Pulford said the men’s sheds provide are encouraged to apply, especially those
saying that, we are very supportive of their Most areas aren’t big enough to have an communities with a space for men to meet, from rural communities, and areas that are
actions and in their attempt to keep the club indoor basketball stadium or anything like reconnect and participate in their local experiencing significant economic and social
going,” he said. that, but you can put kids on an oval and it communities. change.
“Opposing senior teams will receive a bye is good for them. They learn how to work in “In Western Victoria we have a brilliant For more information visit http://
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A short life of love
By Jessica Howard mencing her high school know that in these circum- where Abby had been em-
years at Bacchus Marsh stances, but to have the ployed for just four months.
Abby Rogers was an old College. whole community speak so Mr and Mrs Rogers said
soul with a heart of gold and In 2010, she moved to Mel- beautifully about our girl they were in awe of the
an infectious smile. ton Catholic Regional Col- just fills our hearts. establishment, which had
She had a passionate love lege, where she graduated “Everywhere she went taken Abby under its wing
for animals, particularly three years later. Abby left a lasting impres- during her time of employ-
for her cat Chester, and was Abby studied a Certificate sion. She was just so bubbly ment and hosted the wake
known to always put her III in Veterinary Care prior and beautiful and although free of charge.
family before anything else. to working in the Hamilton it’s hard to burst with pride
They also extended their
The 22-year-old had her Street Veterinary Clinic in when we’re grieving, we
thanks to family friend,
life tragically cut short after Gisborne and the Bacchus are”.
Brian Payne, who helped
a fatal car accident that oc- Marsh Vet Centre. Long-term family friend,
organise the “beautiful cel-
curred just minutes from her On Tuesday March 7, over Michelle Pentony said the re-
ebration for Abby”.
Coimadai home. 1,100 people attended a me- sponse from the community
The Rogers family said
She passed away on Febru- morial held at St Catherine’s showed exactly how many
there were no words to ex-
ary 26. of Sienna Church. In a trib- people had been graced by
ute written by Abby’s older Abby’s presence in their life. press their heartfelt thanks
Abby’s friends and fam-
brother Darcy, she was re- for the sympathy extended
ily have described her as “Abby was the type of per-
membered as the “kindest towards their family.
a vibrant young girl who Abby Rogers. Photo (supplied) son who would send a text
greeted everyone with a big person [he] knew”. message out of the blue and “Whether it was an amaz-
smile. She was bubbly, gentle “Anyone who knew Abby your gorgeous face again”. 16 grouse memorable years just say that she was think- ing bouquet of flowers, a
and kind. was aware she had the big- with you and a little secret ing of you. beautiful card, delicious
Twin sisters, Madeline and
Born at St Vincent’s Hospital gest heart. When in her com- is you were my favourite big “She loved her family so food or just to lend a shoul-
Bethany said their big sister
in Melbourne on February 7 pany you felt a certain peace, sister”. much and had an extraordi- der to cry on, we are deeply

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History is bound Planning
beyond
By Jessica Howard

The spotlight was on Ballan District Health & Care
2041
last month as it launched its new book documenting By Kate Taylor
its 50-year history.
‘People with the Right Spirit’ was unveiled on Friday Community consultation “is an
(March 17) as part of the official opening of the Ballan important process” for the Bacchus
Marsh District Urban Growth
Autumn Festival.
Framework, Mayor David Edwards
The launch of the book is the culmination of several has said.
months of research by a team of local volunteers.
“The Urban Growth Framework
BDH&C Chief Executive, Wayne Weaire said it was is an essential piece of work
“fantastic” to finally see the project reach completion. that needs to be carried out in
“The launch of ‘People with the Right Spirit’ was a consultation with the community
great celebration of both the past and of the current so that the outcomes are evidence
people in the community who researched and based and will result  in clarity to
recognised Ballan District Health and Care’s rich the community, ensure new growth
history,” he said. is managed appropriately and
“It has been a really wonderful project and it’s great maintains the characteristics that
to see that we have already sold about half the amount make our communities so attractive
of books that were printed”. to live in,” Mayor Edwards said.
‘People with the Right Spirit’ includes a number “The work will ensure
of anecdotes and memorable moments, alongside infrastructure needs are identified
old and new photographs, which are interspersed and in place.”
throughout the book. Having attended one of the drop-in
The official launch was held at the Ballan Mechanics workshops himself, recently held by
Institute and saw a populous crowd addressed by local council, Mayor Edwards said they
residents Roy Huggins and Amanda Molesworth. are going well.
Mr Huggins recalled BDH&C’s earlier years, where “The community attendance has
he helped in the garden of the dementia unit and with been great with people sharing
the running of the not-for-profit opportunity shop. their many and varied concerns,
needs and expectations.  This is
Mr Huggins’ wife, June, provided the history book
just Stage One of the many steps
team with a vast collection of research that was
that need to take place to ensure
written into ‘The Settler’ in 2006.
Moorabool shire has  the tools to
Mr Huggins said he hoped in another 50-years-time, make informed decisions.”
the history of BDH&C would be recounted again. Moorabool Shire Council, in
The Moorabool News was acknowledged for the collaboration with the Victorian
generous donation of supplying journalist Jessica Planning Authority, is consulting
Howard for one day a week for nearly six months with landowners and the wider
to compile, collate and research information for the community on future growth
book. Ms Howard was also commissioned to write and strategic planning within the
the book for publication. Bacchus Marsh District.
A total of 200 copies of ‘People with the Right Spirit’ The purpose of the Framework is to
were printed and are available for sale for $20 from (L-R) – Tor Roxburgh (BDH&C) and Jessica Howard (The Moorabool News) were identify potential future land uses
BDH&C reception, Opportunity on Inglis and Ballan congratulated on their efforts in co-ordinating and researching the history book. and guide where future planning
Post Office. Photo – Helen Tatchell should occur beyond 2041.

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Minister blows wind, not smoke
By Kate Taylor on with constructing this regardless of the science, up the phone, send an email,
wind farm,’’ Mr Geiger said. regardless of the ongoing or use a bloody carrier pi-
It came with the headline “We are extremely pleased debate of health and wind geon to let us know on a
‘new jobs breeze into the that the Planning Minister farms, is it reasonable that decision that’s been made by
Ballarat region with wind has seen the value in the we accept there are people the right honourable Mem-
farm approval’ – but the amendments and has pro- under a lot of duress in terms ber for City-centric Politics,
media release on West Wind ceeded to give us the green of this lack of consultation the planning minister, with-
Energy’s Lal Lal wind farm light to move towards con- by one of the ministers, who out even sending through
approval, and the decision structing what will be a in fact has never been to the the results from the panel,
itself, immediately attracted more efficient wind farm. wind farm site? If you don’t who has rubber stamped
criticism. Mr Geiger also referenced understand the people, and an ongoing liability to the
“Minister for Planning the panel hearings held into you don’t take the time to ratepayers of the Moorabool
Richard Wynne approved the proposed permit amend- listen to their concerns, how Shire,” Cr Tatchell said.
changes to an original per- ment last year, which saw the hell do you make a deci- He added that the benefits
mit approved by the former many community members sion like this?” Cr Tatchell of local jobs would not be so
Labor Government in 2009,” and residents voice concerns said. local.
Mr Howard said. about the project. John McMahon, who led the “The reality is, the number
And while there will be “We’d also like to acknowl- group lobbying against the of people that are properly
fewer turbines, 60 now – edge the community that changes, declined to com- trained in the installation of
they will also each now be took the time to make sub- ment on the announcement wind farms can fit into the
the height of a 54-storey missions to the planning until he has seen a copy of back of a Goggomobil, so I WestWind Commercial Operations Manager, Marla Brauer
building, at 161m. the amended permit. looks over the plans with Member for Buninyong Geoff
panel and attend the hear- suggest they’ll be coming
Howard. Photo – Damien Wieland
“Not only will this project ing. We appreciate the time That could take a while. from other places and it’ll be
deliver a massive boost to and effort they made so that As Cr Tatchell pointed out, outsourced.”
our renewable energy sup-
ply, but it is expected to cre-
the panel members could
gain a better understanding
the full permit has not been
seen by anyone other than
He also pointed out that Morris Responds
council will be stuck manag-
ate 641 direct and indirect of the project and the com- the government and West ing the policy, and planning
jobs during construction, munity that surrounds it.” Member for Western Victoria Joshua Morris told
Wind – adding that the gov- implications and restrictions
and another 49 ongoing po- West Wind Energy will es- ernment must have meant flowing onto surrounding the Moorabool News that he is also unhappy with
sitions once complete,” Mr tablish a Lal Lal Wind Farm to notify Moorabool Shire properties – as well as dam- the Planning Minister’s decision to approve the
Howard said. Community Fund Program, Council of the decision via age to roads. wind farm amendments.
The announcement also which will provide $60,000 the Ballarat Courier because “Ultimately anybody who “New jobs are always welcome in the region,
came with comment from each year for a range of lo- as yet no notification has saw the million-dollar bill
cal initiatives, projects and however with this announcement Labor have once
West Wind Energy Manag- been sent to council on the that was left to the Mac-
ing Director Tobi Geiger, events that benefit the local decision. arthur township… we’ll
again demonstrated a failure to properly engage
who welcomed the Victorian community. “The issue that I have is have to deal with this with with the local community,” Mr Morris said.
Planning Minister’s deci- Central Ward Councillor that while the premier and no compensation from the “Concerns raised by residents about the impact
sion to approve changes to Paul Tatchell, who presented the minister may not know state government in terms these towers may have on the local area have not
the permitted Lal Lal Wind at the panel hearing on be- where Moorabool is because of managing these roads,
Farm. half of the Ballan Chamber
been properly addressed, and by not releasing
they only drive through it, and revenue raised from the
“This is a very positive of Commerce, was not hap- you would think at the very wind farms will never cover the panel report in full the Government is showing
step in the right direction. It py with the decision. least one of the many politi- the depreciation of our road significant disrespect to the people of Lal Lal.”
means that we can now get “I’m not anti-wind farm; cians in Ballarat would pick networks.”

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL GARBAGE / RECYCLING COLLECTION
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 5 April, 2017 Friday 14 April 2017 (Good Friday)
in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at Western Zone (south of Old Melbourne Road) and Commercial Garbage, which would normally
5.00pm. be collected on Friday 14 April, will now be collected on Thursday 13 April 2017.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. There may be some delays in the collection of your garbage on the above nominated day and
Council appreciates your patience and understanding. All other garbage / recycling services
COMMITTEE MEETING within the Shire over the Easter 2017 period will be collected as normal.
The next Council committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment
DOG AND CAT REGISTRATIONS
Committee on Tuesday 12 April, 2017, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215
A reminder all animal registrations are due 10 APRIL 2017.
Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 4.00pm.
All dogs and cats aged three months and older must be registered by law.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
Renewal notices have been sent to all currently registered dogs and cats within the Shire.
New dog and cat registrations can be paid in person at a Council office. Renewals can be paid
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
in person, BPAY or Post Billpay.
Bacchus Marsh Leisure Centre - Lease of Gym & Fitness Facility
Registering you dog and cat is their return ticket home should they become lost.
Council is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified and experienced Contact Council on 5366 7100 for further information.
operators to lease the Health and Fitness space at the Bacchus Marsh Leisure Centre.The space
comprises of; BACCHUS MARSH REMEMBERS
• Second floor multi-purpose area (currently operated as a gym and health Club); RUPERT MOON VC & ALL THOSE FROM BACCHUS
• Two (2) office areas; and MARSH & DISTRICT WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR ONE
• Limited access to Drama/Dance/Group fitness room (Ground floor). The Bacchus Marsh Great War Centenary Committee and
Expressions of Interest proposals may be lodged to lease: The RSL Sub Branch Bacchus Marsh
• All three (3) areas; or INVITES ALL TO ATTEND
• A combination of one or more of the available spaces. A Remembrance Service commemorating the
100th year anniversary since Rupert Moon VC from
The EOI Documentation Package and Response Forms can be obtained from Bacchus Marsh was awarded his Victoria Cross
www.tenderlink.com/moorabool during World War One.
For further information, Contact Ian Waugh, Acting Manager Recreation & Youth Development. A commemorative Victoria Cross paving stone and
iwaugh@moorabool.vic.gov.au Ph: 5366 1296. signage will be unveiled in Rupert Moon Reserve.
Closing date for submissions is 2:00pm FRIDAY 28 APRIL 2017. Followed by a special dedication at Bacchus Marsh RSL
WHEN: Saturday 6th May 2017 at 10.30 am at Rupert Moon
Reserve followed by special dedication at 11.00 am at
Bacchus Marsh RSL
Light refreshments will be provided (Gold coin donation}.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Read a tonne of books Easter
tug-o-war
By Jessica Howard

Moorabool Shire Library Service is encouraging
adults to help inspire their children to love
reading.
Libraries throughout the region are participating
By Kate Taylor
in 1000 Books Before School – a statewide
campaign aimed at getting parents to engage
For an event that’s as sweet as they come, the Easterfest
their child in at least 1000 books before their child
starts primary school. bunfight over Maddingley Park is continuing, with many hot
The campaign is the first statewide program and cross over the issue.
in Australia designed to work with families to Last year was the first time that Easterfest in its current
promote early literacy skills and combat the incarnation was held at Maddingley Park, attracting around
scourge of adult illiteracy in our communities. 2000 people, and raising nearly $5000 for the Bacchus Marsh
Moorabool Shire Mayor, Councilor David hospital through tickets sales for the Easter egg hunt.
Edwards said the importance of being able to But there were issues, including a market stallholder
read and engaging with books at a young age
hitting a water pipe with stall pegs – and the Committee of
could not be understated.
Management, headed by a former councillor Russ Hendry
“It’s great our library service is taking part in
this campaign, as the more a child can read at that looks after the venue on behalf of council, being reluctant
a young age, the better prepared they are for to hire the Park for Easterfest again.
school, teenage years and gaining employment But Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford confirmed
in adulthood,” he said. last week that the event is set to go ahead at Maddingley
“We encourage families to join the program at Park.
the Bacchus Marsh or Ballan branches and begin “Council has been working closely with the Maddingley
their reading journey with their children, and
Park Committee of Management and Easterfest organisers
have lots of fun doing it.”
to ensure everything is in order for the 2017 event,” Mr
Through the 1000 Books Before School program,
Croxford said.
Moorabool Shire Libraries will support reader
and literacy development by providing families “The Committee of Management has confirmed the event
with a framework and incentives to encourage will take place at Maddingley Park on Good Friday 14 April.
a reading habit, and a love of stories in young “Easterfest organisers have agreed to the conditions of use
children. developed by the Committee of Management, which have
The program, a joint initiative of State Library been introduced to ensure public safety at larger community
Victoria and Public Libraries Victoria Network, events and help protect park infrastructure and assets.”
complements Council’s existing early years
reading and literacy programs such as Baby Tickets to the Easterfest egg hunts, with age categories from
Bounce, Rhyme Time, Storytime, Imagination one year old to 18+, are available at www.ticketebo.com.au/
Magic and Book Bug Babes. bacchus-marsh-easterfest/bacchus-marsh-easterfest.html
Parents and caregivers who wish to participate in Entry to the festival itself, which includes a market with
the program can register in person at Lerderderg Moorabool Mayor David Edwards helps to promote the ‘1000 books stallholders, is free, with rides and attractions having
Library, Bacchus Marsh or Ballan Library. before school’ awareness campaign. Photo - MSC individual fees.

Early Learning Centre
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Woodlea provides a gateway to your child’s future enrolment for 4/5 y Care
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Newborns in the district
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.

Watering down liquid calories
By Jessica Howard sugary beverages. Participants will not only
Darley couple Tarryn and Luke It is a girl for first time reap dental and overall
Community members in
Baselmans has welcomed their Kurunjang parents Jenna Hays Darley Devils have swapped
Weighing 7lb 11oz (3490 the target group, and males health benefits, but will
second child, a little girl. A sister and Ben Johnson. Weighing their sugary drinks for 30-
for Hazel, Hannah Rose arrived
grams) and arriving on
8lb 8oz little Ella Rose
and females of all ages, will have the chance to help
Thursday 30 March at days of H2O also be able to sign up, with their club access funds from
on Monday 27 March at 9.10am. JOHNSON arrived on Tuesday
Hannah weighed 7lb 6oz.
8.50pm, Tiana Jade TAYLOR
28 March at 5.55am. The local football club has the opportunity to be in the the project towards other
was born to Melton West committed to taking part in draw to win one of 14 sport
parents Narelle and Daniel
healthy activities.
a new VicHealth challenge, vouchers valued at $50.
Taylor. Tiana is a new sister Moorabool Shire residents
which encourages people Over the next 30-days,
for Billi Grace. are encouraged to sign up
to stop drinking soft, fruit Moorabool Shire Council
and sport drinks as well as through Council’s unique
will work with major
cordial, sweetened iced teas page, which can be found at
sporting clubs in the area to
and flavoured waters. encourage their members, www.h30challenge.com.au/
The challenge has this families and supporters to lga/moorabool.
year targeted males aged give up the sugary drinks, The website will track
between 18 and 34, due to some of which contain 16 participation, which must be
their high consumption of teaspoons per bottle. completed by April 28.

Safe riding
By Jessica Howard of the rural roads for safety, while a police
Highway Patrol car followed close behind.
It’s not every day that Myrniong Primary Grade three/four teacher, Lidia Lacy said
School students have the opportunity of students were unable to ride on a daily
Joanne and Thomas from Logan and Dominic, along with Jodie Clements and Jonathan riding to school from their rural home. basis because of the distance and safety of
Bacchus Marsh have their Bacchus Marsh parents from Melton have announced
However, a recent Ride2School Day saw 81 attending a rural school.
announced the arrival of their Kathyrn Millett and Trent Uden, the arrival of Jett James. Born
third child, and third boy, welcome the arrival of their on Tuesday 28 March at students and 20 parents and staff members “The children who rode received a certificate
Lewis. A little brother to Henry new brother. Born on 2.26am weighing 8lb 5oz, Jett ride 7.3-kilometres to school. and stickers and a safety flyer for riding their
and Eric, Lewis weighed 8lb Wednesday 29 March at is a new brother for Kade. The ride commenced from Korobeit Church bikes and wearing their helmets correctly
13oz and arrived on Friday 24 5.22am, Leighton Craig UDEN and ended with a free breakfast on arrival. for riding; especially with the holidays
March at 1.30pm. weighed 6lb 11oz.
School staff members manned the corners approaching this is so important”.

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Letters to the Editor
Soccer in Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Dear Editor,
I watch with great anxi-
ety as the shutdown of the
– but it won’t be for long. Just
watch the Budget.
Local Council’s already

the spotlight
Hazelwood Power Station stressed about a 2.5 per cent
begins. cap on rate increases will be
Its closure will cut 22 per sweating. So, too, volunteer-
cent of Victoria’s electricity run organisations like Surf
production and 1000 jobs. Life Saving, Girl Guides and
Already businesses are sporting clubs.
reporting 30-50 per cent in- Can you imagine a small
creases in power bills. country football-netball club
These are the obvious affording the cost of lights
outcomes. for training during winter?
But what is less known is Fundraising will now be
By Kate Taylor rapidly growing community,” he said. Ms Pulford said. the real cost of the power directed towards paying
“It is great that we can work with other “The success of the 2015 AFC Asia price hike to the people of for the Premier’s expensive
New lighting at Mason’s Lane Victoria. power.
levels of government to achieve good Cup exceeded all expectations and as a
Recreation Reserve will be installed The Andrews’ Government Daniel Andrews is too busy
outcomes.” result, delivered a $1.6 million windfall
with the help of $100,000 funding. has not told the public what chasing the South Austral-
Member for Western Victoria, Jaala that the Andrews Government is the additional costs will be
Grassroots soccer teams in Bacchus ian energy `dream’ that now
Pulford, announced that Masons Lane using to upgrade soccer grounds and to run public facilities, local resembles a nightmare.
Marsh are set to be the big winners councils and institutions.
Sportsground was among 11 projects to encourage more people to play the I want to know if the Pre-
following the funding, which is being Places like hospitals, police
share in the $2 million Victorian Asia world game.” mier has done his homework
distributed by the state government stations, State Government
Cup 2015 Legacy Fund. From the fund, the Government is on this. What is it going to
from the Asia Cup Legacy Fund. offices, schools – publicly
run places – they too will cost the public purse for La-
Mayor David Edwards was Ms Pulford said record numbers of now delivering $100,000 to Moorabool bor’s ideological whim?
have to pay bigger bills. And
instrumental in lobbying for boys and girls, men and women, are Shire Council towards the installation Victorians need to start ask-
that means the taxpayer.
the funding and welcomed the signing up to play soccer, and they of training standard lighting at Masons So - residents will be hit ing questions – either way,
announcement. deserve the very best facilities. Lane Recreation Reserve. twice for this – paying their they pay.
“More than 66,000 Victorians played in “The lighting will allow teams to play own bills and paying for the Simon Ramsay MP
“Masons lane lighting is a much
hikes that government-run Shadow Parliamentary
needed Moorabool Shire project that grassroots soccer competitions in 2016, night games and to train after dark,” institutions will also pay. Secretary for Rural and
will deliver greater capability for our and that number is growing each year,’ Ms Pulford said. It may be a hidden cost now Regional Transport

WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the Editors discretion.
Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the constitution of Business & Consumer
Affairs for incorporated groups.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Ballan & District Community House Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
Term 1 Program includes – Expression Of Interest for Term 2 Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
- First Aid for Babies and Toddlers. Men’s Shed, Wednesday’s; Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Men’s Group, Mondays. All enquiries, bookings, classes & Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Service Times - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Cafe Church - 1st
venue hire - call 5368 1934. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295. Sunday 10am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm, Wednesdays
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre 10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am.
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses, recreation classes, MARKETS Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362
community groups, occasional child care, venue hire. BM & Ballan Lions Club Market (office).
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Next market – Saturday 6 May. First Saturday each month - Church of the Living God
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Darley Market of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
MEETINGS Saturday 6 May, 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/veg, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at
Bacchus Marsh & Melton Amateur Theatre Group Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Public Meeting to plan 2017 season - Saturday 8 April, 2pm Ballan Farmers Market Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Enquiries - 0418 146 161.  Next Market – Saturday 8 April, 9am-1pm. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Ballan Playgroup 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
905 558 Tamsin.  CHURCH
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Gordon Catholic Parish KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Mass Times – Saturday 8 April – Springbank, 6.30pm Further details – 0429 681 566.
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Sunday 9 April – Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Bacchus Marsh Life Church
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Service Times – Sunday 9 April - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; St in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – John’s Ballan, 11am; St Mark’s in the pub Gordon, 5pm.
Enquiries – Fr. Glen Wesley – 5368 2730. Advertisement for Moorabool News newspaper
0400 003 936. St Bernard’s
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Reflective Worship.
Catholic Parish
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. ST BERNARD’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
B3 Community Bacchus Marsh 61 Lerderderg St,
Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. 61 Lerderderg St, BacchusBACCHUS
Marsh MARSH
every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Bacchus Marsh. HOLY WEEK & EASTER CELEBRATIONS
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 13 April Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper @ 7:30pm followed
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
by silent prayer finishing with night prayers at 10:30pm
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
Enq - 0421 222 717. 9028 2622. 14 April Good Friday
*11am Ecumenical “Way of the Cross” starting in the car-park
(rear of Foodworks)
Community Prayer Service *3pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion St Bernard’s Church
15 April Holy Saturday Easter Vigil & Mass @ 7:30pm
Thursday 6 April, 10am 16 April Easter Sunday Mass
St Brigid’s Church - Ballan  8:30am & 10am - Bacchus Marsh
 8:30am - Korobeit Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Prayers will be offered for
Reconciliation 1st Rite (Confession)
Brian Andrews 11 April Tues @ 4:45pm—7:30pm
who disappeared from his home
PLEASE NOTE:
in Ballan three months ago. NEW SATURDAY VIGIL MASS TIME 5pm Commencing
All welcome to participate. SATURDAY 22 April 2017. there will be no 6:30pm Mass at St Bernard’s from
this date.
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A Lifestyle move awaits
SOLD!
at
auction
the year to March 2016.
In the 12 months to March
2017, Victoria’s largest re-
gional city accounted for
around 47 per cent of all auc-
tions across the state.
This was followed by Great-
er Bendigo where more than
170 homes went to auction
with auction sales up four
4 Leahy Street, Bacchus Marsh per cent on the same period
Price: $460,000 Joseph Walton last year.
On offer is a quality built home on a generous 958 square Other municipalities expe-
metre, fully landscaped allotment. Plenty of room for the
President, Reiv
riencing some of the state’s
kids to play cricket, kick the footy, or simply sit and relax highest auction volumes in-
in your own private space. Situated only 300mtrs from clude the Macedon Ranges
the West Golf Course, approx. 800mtrs to the proposed While regional Victoria is
with almost 140 homes
shopping centre and primary school and less than 2.7kms traditionally the domain of
going to auction in the 12
to the station, Secondary College and Grammar this is a private sales, auctions are
month period.
brilliant location. Featuring 4 double sized bedrooms, gaining popularity and suc-
cess in areas further from The City of Ballarat also
master with WIR & ensuite with spa. Formal lounge
the city. experienced solid auction
to the front leading to open plan kitchen, meals area
The latest REIV data shows activity with 128 auctions
that overlooks the beautifully landscaped gardens. 3
almost 2,700 regional homes held – a 17 per cent increase
generous, double sized bedrooms to the rear of the home
with rumpus/study or 5th bedroom to the rear. went to auction in the 12 in auction volumes on the
months to March with 1,565 previous year. Vendors were
selling – a 58 per cent clear- also more successful at auc-
ance rate. This was an eight tion with sales in the area up
per cent increase in the num- 64 per cent on March 2016
ber of homes sold at auction figures.
when compared to the same Meanwhile, vendors who
period last year. auctioned their property in
Demand for auctions is the Surf Coast were some
generally driven by strong of the most successful with
buyer interest in a particular a 78 per cent clearance
area with success measured rate recorded from the 108
by a clearance rate – the pro- auctions.
portion of homes sold. Auction volumes and sales
Greater Geelong recorded over the year also increased
the highest number of auc- in Campaspe and Moora-
tions over the year with bool, with 109 and 31 auc-
more than 970 homes going tions held respectively.
www.arbeerealestate.com.au under the hammer. Of the For more information on
homes that went to auction, auction results and median
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333 75 per cent sold - 16 per cent house prices by town, visit
Arbee Real Estate more auction sales than in reiv.com.au.
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Rayner We put you first
9 HAKEA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 8 COTTON COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

LOOKS SMALL BUT PREPARE TO BE AMAZED 4 2 2 PRIVATE COURT LOCATION 4 2 2
• Generous sized meals and living areas off kitchen; • 4 generous sized bedrooms in quiet court location;
• Separate rumpus / family room; Private Sale: $515,000 • Tassie oak hard wood flooring, ceiling fans, split system and wood heater; Private Sale: low-mid $500,000’s
• Bonus study / theatre with double sliding doors; Inspect: Saturday 8th April • Double shower in the open Ens and WIRs accommodate the master bedroom; Inspect: Saturday 8th April
• Ducted evaporative cooling / ducted gas heating; • Large island with waterfall bench top and 5 burner freestanding stainless oven;
1.15pm-1.45pm 1.15pm-1.45pm
• Alfresco meals and entertaining area shaded by roll-up outdoor blinds; • Outdoor Alfresco decked area;
• Fully landscaped front and rear gardens; Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Maintenance free garden; Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• CCTV security cameras / alarm system; Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Double lock up garage + single carport with steel gate to front and colorbond Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Land size approximately 668sqm. gates to rear, abundance of parking options.

6 RUXTON WAY, HOPETOUN PARK 16 BANADELL AVENUE, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

DREAMS CAN BECOME REALITY 4 2 2 EXPANSIVE HOME WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS 6 4
• Beautifully presented 4 bedroom home, master with WIR and spacious ensuite • Amazing home in the lovely Manning Estate on approximately 5500m2.
• Huge open plan living, kitchen and meals with views from every angle Private Sale: $739,000 • Quality home is approx. 69.5sqm & offers opportunity of 2 separate residences. Private Sale: $899,500
• Warm country feel with an abundance of natural light Inspect: Saturday 8th April • Entertainer’s kitchen, plenty of storage & bench space, SS appliances. Inspect: By appointment
• All year round comfort with ducted heating and evaporative cooling • Open plan Meals/family area with wood heater. Family bathroom, laundry,
2:00pm–2:30pm Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
• Decked outdoor area overlooking two horse paddocks and Reserve
• Stable, tack room, wash bay and high quality fencing Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 office & a large living area with access through to the extensive deck. Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Private cedar cabin retreat with raised front deck and huge fire pit Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au • 5 large bedrooms, 4 have balcony access & 3 of them have an ensuite.
• Gorgeous property sitting on 4080m2 approx has so much to offer • The lower level, is a self-contained residence approx. 22sqm.

138 LA COTE ROAD, GREENDALE 4/168 GISBORNE RD, BACCHUS MARSH 7 DECKER STREET, BLACKWOOD 15 LEWIS STREET, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

PEACEFUL COUNTRY LIFESTYLE PRIVATE AND PEACEFUL THE PERFECT ESCAPE!! WHO SAID SIZE DOESN’T COUNT
• Timber & brick features throughout, large open fire & • Private enclosed courtyard with pergola, 2 ceiling fans & • Located in beautiful Blackwood is this perfect weekend • Generous block of land approximately 902m2 with a
high cathedral ceilings. shade cloth for fernery. escape or home. tiered rear yard and the home is located on the high
• 3 bdrms, master has WIR & ensuite & there are BIRs to • Master with WIR & 2 BIRs, second bdrm is located at the • Offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR, a good size lounge side of the street;
the other 2 bdrms. end of the hallway. with a wood fire, combined kitchen/meals & a bathroom • Sunny North facing front bay windows in the main
• Offering a study, lounge, dining area, kitchen & meals • Bathroom situated between the two rooms. which also has laundry facilities. bedroom with en-suite and WIR.
area & family bathroom. • Features incl gas heating, wall air-con, ceiling fan, • Single carport & large front deck, a perfect place to • U-shaped kitchen overlooking the living area;

SOLD
• 4 acres (approx.). Back of the block is natural bush, large security shutters & single carport with roller door. relax and listen to the birds. • Double lock up garage;
dam in the middle and front half is cleared and fenced • Body corporate fees $600pa and possible rental return • Situated on a good size block, this property has • Rear garden shed, ample car space on driveway and
around the house and has a large dog run/stable. of $15,000pa. potential to add your own personal touch. room for a trailer or caravan.
Private Sale: $547,000 Private Sale: $310,000 Private Sale: $220,000 Private Sale: $387,000
Inspect: Saturday 8th April 1.15pm-1.45pm Inspect: Saturday 8th April 11:45am–12:15pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782 0421 619 938

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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Rayner We put you first
6 INGLISTON ROAD, BALLAN 14 HOGAN ROAD, BALLAN

BRAND NEW: BALLAN LIVING 3 2 2 IMPECCABLE 3 2 2
• Quality home built by McNiece Building Group • 3 Bedrooms en-suite, study, 2 living areas
• 541m2 allotment, new fences and fresh lawn Private Sale: $442,500 • Spacious attractive kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and large pantry Private Sale: $455,000
• 3 bedrooms with provision for a possible 4th bedroom Inspect: By appointment • Double garage with remote door and direct access into house Inspect: By appointment
• Master with walk in robe and full ensuite, other bedrooms with built in robes. • Gas ducted heating, 2 x Split systems
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
• Main living provides family/dining/kitchen/walk in pantry) and flows to • Solar/gas HWS,under cover alfresco area
undercover Alfresco area providing for a relaxing BBQ. Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au • 781 Sqm block with lovely established gardens, garden shed and water tank Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Entry from double garage, floor coverings, central heating, dishwasher, split • Excellent condition, good location
system, ceiling fans, basic landscaping, quality kitchen and appliances.

20 STEETLEY LANE, MT EGERTON 13 LYON PLACE, BALLAN
PRICE REDUCED

POINT OF VIEW 3 1 1 FIRST CLASS 3 2 2
• Low price entry to the property market • 3 Bedroom (all with robes), main bedroom has a walk-in-robe & en-suite
• Big 1694m2 (approx.) block with established trees and shrubs Private Sale: $259,000 • Study and 2 Living rooms Private Sale: $495,000
• Offering 3 bedrooms Inspect: By appointment • 900mm gas cook-top, dishwasher, island bench & pantry Inspect: By appointment
• Kitchen with stainless steel feature benches • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling and gas/log fire
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
• Sensational outlook on the side of beautiful Mount Egerton • Solar power feeding back to the grid
• Endless views Gordon bound Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au • Double garage with remote door and direct access into the house Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Outdoor decking/alfresco area to enjoy the scenery • A free standing 8m x 5m (approx.) covered entertainment area
• Set on 1043 sqm (approx.) with access down the side suitable for a caravan

493 OLD MELBOURNE RD, BALLAN 120 GREENDALE ROAD, GREENDALE 63 SPENCER ROAD, BALLAN 37 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN

CLOSE TO TOWN - VACANT LAND LAND STRIKE!! - IN POPULAR GREENDALE BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THE RED DOOR
• 18.5 Acres (approx.) • 19 Acres (7.73ha) approximately • 4 bedroom (all with robes) • A touch of class, character, beautiful garden setting
• Zoned – Rural Living Zone • Well-formed long drive way entry • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Set on a magnificent 1088m2 sized block
• Mains Water Connected • Workshop 18 x 10 metre with concrete flooring plus 18 • 2 living areas • Entry with chequered tiles and feature hallway
• Power Available x 4 metre verandah • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling • 4 bedrooms, master with large walk in robe & ensuite
• Only 2 kms to Town Centre • Power connected • 900mm gas stove, dishwasher, island bench and pantry • Built in robes in other 3 bedrooms
• Excellent level open paddock • Magnificent elevated views • Solar/gas HWS, double garage with auto door & direct • A light filled fully equipped kitchen
• Featuring lovely old Redgums • Excellent cleared area for home site (STCA) access to the house • Meals/family area with ease of access to outdoor deck
• 2 large water tanks and 2 dams • 600sqm block, access for a caravan or boat.

Private Sale: $485,000 Private Sale: $395,000 Private Sale: $418,000 Private Sale: $475,000
Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782 0421 619 938

132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets
Ballan raynerrealestate.com.au 5368 1057
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Arbee Real Estate

Due to overwhelming demand,
we urgently require
more properties.

If you have been thinking of selling
or would simply like to know
what your property is worth in
today’s market, please contact the
friendly team at Arbee Real Estate
Professionals on 5367 2333 or
sales@arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Maddingley 24 Inglis Street 4 2 2 Pentland Hills 109 Palmers Lane 4 2 2

Suberb Family Lifestyle Awaits Private Sale Country Style Homestead Private Sale
This home represents exceptional with City/Country Views
family living only minutes away to Price $470,000–$485,000 Price $975,000
Set in rolling green landscape and
Bacchus Marsh Grammar, Secondary Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am positioned on 40 acres of lawns, Inspect Saturday 12.30–1.00pm
College and Train station. The sizeable gardens, mature trees, pasture & bush
rear yard delivers an idyllic space Office 137 Main Street, land is this welcoming home comprising Office 137 Main Street,
for children to play endlessly with a Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 of high decorative ceilings, polished Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
wonderful swimming pool area with hardwood flooring, quality timber
extensive timber decking areas, secure Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
len@lensmith.com.au
kitchen/ meals, lounge, family room, len@lensmith.com.au
fencing, garden shed, huge undercover glorious vistas from every window
entertainment area plus a double sep 2BR granny flat, machinery shed,
carport. double carport and two picturesque
dams. Easy freeway access to
Melbourne & Ballarat.

W
NE TING
LIS

Darley 46 Manning Blvd Coimadai 53b Seereys Track

Prestige Manning Estate - 1 Acre Private Sale Cooee! Cooee! The Call of the Bush Private Sale
Titled and ready to build on. Price $309,000 Looking for that piece of Australiana to Price $259,500
180 degree views stretching all the way call home? 17 acre natural bush setting
to melbourne skyline. Golf course close Inspect By appointment located only 8kms from town. Gravel Inspect By appointment
by. You won’t have to hold back any road frontage, Goodmans Creek access
longer on building your dream home. Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 to rear. Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754

Bacchus Marsh 24A Taverner Street Darley Lot 2 Victoria Street
Attention Developers, Private Sale Outstanding 1200 SQM Block Private Sale
Builders and Investors This super sized block is located at
Price $1,350,000 Price $315,000
4.5 acres – 1.840 HA complete with end of a private court and is perfectly
general residential land zoning. Inspect By appointment flat with enough room for everything. Inspect By appointment
Located between Main Street shops Moments away to schools, shops and
and Railway station. Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 freeway access. Don’t miss this one! Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
John Kontek
R E A L E S T A T E B A L L A N Ph: 5368 1455
BALLAN BALLAN
72 Edols Street 14 Denholms Road
$314,000 $995,000
INVEST OR SIMPLY MOVE IN! STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD!
Located one block back from the main street Earning the name “The Dome House”, this
of Ballan, this 3 bedroom brick veneer home property is certainly one to catch your attention.
is located centrally allowing you to walk to all 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 3 levels of living
amenities. Recent renovations provide a modern with a total of 5 living areas and a kitchen in
fresh feel with all 3 bedrooms being carpeted the main home as well as a second in the
and have BIRs. Open plan lounge, dining and garage! Solar and wind energy for electricity
kitchen. Gas cooking and polished timber floor with diesel back up. 3 heaters, the design of
boards. Gas heater positioned centrally in the this home reduces heating by approximately ⅓
lounge room. Modern family bathroom with a to an average home and an additional heater
separate shower, bath and toilet and an external in the garage. There are 2 gas stoves/ovens for
laundry under the roof line. Veranda to rear all your cooking needs, hot water is supplied via
allows you to sit and enjoy the sunny afternoons. instantaneous gas hot water services and then
A secure yard, small garden shed and single there is the advantage of the gas clothes dryer
carport finishing off this must see property. which will also be sold as part of the property.

BALLAN BALLAN
18 Walsh Street 7 Walsh Street
$339,000 $595,000
WHEN OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! A FAMILY AFFAIR
Here is your golden opportunity to enter the Once you step onto this property you will truly
investment market or move on in and make it begin to appreciate how much you really are
your own. This cosy 3 bedroom brick veneer getting for your money! 6 bedrooms or 5 plus a
home presents well and is positioned on a large study. All bedrooms have BIRs, master has WIR
1000m2 (appx) parcel of land. The home offers and the ENS complete with a his and hers vanity,
3 bedrooms all with BIRs and a family bathroom a shower and toilet. Open plan kitchen/dining/
with a separate shower and bath. The family family rooms. Ample bench space with a gas
lounge is heated with a gas wall furnace and cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. Movie
is positioned centrally with easy access to your theater room. Concrete alfresco area, spacious
dining/ kitchen area which also gives access to a block of approx. 1061m2, a large colorbond
neat and tidy patio area via a glass sliding door. shed with a skillion roof and the ultimate teenage
The home has a large backyard for the kids to retreat or man cave, an amazing play area
play and the animals to explore! This home is complete with a cubby house for the children, a
currently leased and returning $1300 PCM. NEW LISTING garden shed and chicken pen. Double LUG with
a rear roller door for back yard access.

BALLAN GORDON
111 Llandeillo Lane 17 Main Street
$780,000 $550,000
50 ACRES DOESN’T COME LIVE AND WORK FROM HOME!
ALONG VERY OFTEN! The Gordon General Store is available for the
right person to take on the already thriving
Peace privacy and space is what this property business, being sold on a walk-in walk-out
offers. 3 bedroom home with timber flooring contract. The freehold offers the General Store
throughout, large country style kitchen complete including stock on hand plus a separate 2

OFFER D
with dishwasher, family bathroom, 3 good sized bedroom residence all set on 2000m2 with 2
bedrooms, heating and large windows. Covered sewer points, offering the potential to subdivide
veranda for enjoying the warm summer days and STCA. Large shedding and 2 access driveways,

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nights. Ample shedding including stables and

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complete the package!

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chicken pens, a large secure Colorbond shed

AC
complete with self contained living including
amenities to keep dad amused! 4 dams for live
stock, fishing or yabbying. Established matured
NEW LISTING trees provide great protection from the elements!
5 minute drive from the town centre of Ballan.

BALLAN DALES CREEK
8 Fitch Court 5 Acacia Avenue
$410,000 $550,000
ONE TO BE INSPECTED SPACE AND NATURE
Set in a court location on the fringe of Ballan, If extra space and a touch of nature is what
this 3 bedroom plus study brick veneer home you’re chasing then look no further! This
is one not to look past. Open plan, kitchen/ 4 bedroom plus study brick veneer home
dining/family room floor plan. Kitchen with an is set on approximately 1 acre in the Dales
island and plenty of bench space, stainless steel

OFFER D
Creek Estate. All bedrooms offer BIRs with the
cooking appliances, a dishwasher and large

SOLD
master having a WIR and an ensuite with a
walk in pantry. Access to the rear yard from the
family room and also alfresco access from the large shower. The main bathroom provides

TE
a separate shower and a corner spa. Formal

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meals area. 2 of the 3 bedrooms with BIRs the

C C
lounge with a second family room attached

A
master having a WIR and an ensuite complete
with his and hers vanity. The family bathroom to the open plan kitchen/dining area, with
offers a separate shower and bath with the toilet the kitchen containing electric cooking a
being separate from the bathroom. The DLUG dishwasher and buttler’s pantry! Ducted
provides internal access to the home. heating and cooling, internal access to the
SLUG.

John Kontek 128 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN
R E A L E S T A T E B A L L A N
admin@johnkontekballan.com.au
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but allow time to review the health needs of your family.
A romantic setback is reversed after the weekend. Avoid
taking “hot tips” too seriously.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
Your business ideas are shrewd but may not be ready for
implementation just at the moment. Romance prospects
brighten when you become more sharing. Kind words
flow from a highly respected individual.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
This is the week to get on with creative plans. Family
QUICK PUZZLE gives its blessing to a new friend and disputes begin to

★★★★★★★★ diminish at the workplace. Cultural events are high-
lighted.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
This is the week to experiment with new approaches as
★★★★★★★★ friends and higher-ups are generally responsive.
Someone you haven’t heard from in a long time may
contact you after the weekend.

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Avoid finding yourself on the defensive and keep yourself The week focuses on tried-and-true approaches to love,
informed of happenings in the workplace and in the career and friendship. In finance especially, avoid
community. You may be assuming a leadership role after impulsive moves. Travel and business blend better than
the weekend. ever.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
You prove a loyal and understanding friend and family You have a tendency to volunteer for too many
member. Property transactions may move more quickly assignments, so think again before making a major
than expected. Watch out for tiny jealousies in the career commitment. A younger person may prove to be a good
environment. friend. The weekend focuses on new interests.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Personal magnetism is strong and you may be taking on Although the week appears to be quiet, behind-the-scenes
the role of public speaker. Some tough money decisions much is happening on your behalf. Supervisors are taking
may face you this week. A new area of study, perhaps note of your style and an admirer is planning the next
NO. 8990 psychology should be explored. move.
ACROSS DOWN CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
1. Secure (4) 1. Rigid (5)
7. Dog (9) 2. Dress (5) You will find this a quick paced, highly eventful week, This week sees you changing opinions, especially about
8. Metal (4) 3. Weighing machine (6) but allow time to review the health needs of your family. new acquaintances. Your social agenda is unexpectedly
9. Pincer (4) 4. Response (6) A romantic setback is reversed after the weekend. Avoid lively. If planning a trip, check all details, no matter how
10. Booty (4) 5. Tug (4) taking “hot tips” too seriously. miniscule.
11. Sham (4) 6. Remember (9)
14. Untidy (10) 12. Mammal (9) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
16. Analgesic (10) 13. Paradise (4) Lighthearted social events and challenging tasks is the
19. Tardy (4) 15. Title (4) Your business ideas are shrewd but may not be ready for
implementation just at the moment. Romance prospects theme this week. A family member is surprisingly
22. Wealthy (4) 17. Certainly (6) supportive. A new acquaintance may ask for an unusually
24. Soggy (4) 18. Timber (6) brighten when you become more sharing. Kind words
large favour.
25. Whip (4) 20. Subside (5) flow from a highly respected individual.
26. Sycophant (9) 21. Anaesthetic (5) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
27. Expensive (4) 23. Detest (4) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You tend to worry about little things and sometimes
This is the week to get on with creative plans. Family underestimate your talents. These talents are often
CRYPTIC PUZZLE gives its blessing to a new friend and disputes begin to extraordinary. If you understand the depth of your
ACROSS diminish at the workplace. Cultural events are high- resourcefulness and the extent of your dependability, you
1. Only fair (4). 7, Identify totally with the role in “Split lighted. could make this a highly successful year.
Up” (4,5). 8. A mare very fond of apples? (4). 9. Don’t

SUDOKU
allow to arrest (4). 10. Shoot over and help with the gar- LIBRA—September 23-October 22
dening (4). 11. Does the wrong thing in boarding the This is the week to experiment with new approaches as
ship (4). 14. Don’t think much of when you see from
above (4,4,2). 16. OK, but a shade pale (5,5). 19. De- friends and higher-ups are generally responsive.
lighted when set point is captured (4). 22. The buzzer Someone you haven’t heard from in a long time may
used to be at the top end (4). 24. It doesn’t produce
much laughter among fishermen! (4). 25. Track the an-
NUMBER GAME
contact you after the weekend.

cestral descent (4). 26. Going away is something new SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
(9). 27. Concluding it’s the one before this (4). ANSWER BELOW approaches to love,
The week focuses on tried-and-true
DOWN career and friendship. In finance especially, avoid
1. Lady’s leisure wear (5). 2. Mark, by the way, got in a impulsive moves. Travel and business blend better than
mess (5). 3. Robs it from the inn (6). 4. The man did the ever.
same and piled it on (6). 5. Fight someone small and
mean (4). 6. Having no money, Frank cracked a safe, SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
perhaps (5,4). 12. Grows in the folds (9). 13. “That’s a
fruit, stupid!” you say (4). 15. It’s to the point and makes You have a tendency to volunteer for too many
sense (4). 17. Settles for “Left with a sight defect” (6). assignments, so think again before making a major
18. “Plenty of blood,” the boy put in (6). 20. This girl I commitment. A younger person may prove to be a good
caught in time (5). 21. You’ll enjoy it, doctor (5). 23. Gan- friend. The weekend focuses on new interests.
der, we’re told, with a crest (4).
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Although the week appears to be quiet, behind-the-scenes
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8989
21, Treat. 23, Peak (peek).
much is happening on your behalf. Supervisors are taking
note of your style and an admirer is planning the next
(slow). 15, W-its. 17, L-ights. 18, G-Al-ore. 20, Er-I-c-a.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
move.
aped. 5, S-par. 6, Broke open. 12, In-creases. 13, Sloe
Across - 7, Circumscribe. 8, Arrest. 9, Length. 10,
Fighter. 12, Small. 15, Weird. 16, Spinach. 18, Broken.
Down - 1, Jean’s. 2, St-ain. 3, Bistro (anag.). 4, He-
20, Ignore. 22, More’s the pity.
ture. 27, Last. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Down - 1, Migraine. 2, Acme. 3, Smother. 4, Scale. 5,
Se-N-t. 22, Was-(to)p. 24, Gale. 25, Line. 26, Depar-
This week sees you changing opinions, especially about
Cinnanmon. 6, Beat. 11, Hara-kiri. 13, Lacerate. 14, Up-
Rake. 11, S-in-S. 14, Look down on. 16, Green light. 19,
new acquaintances. Your social agenda is unexpectedly
right. 17, Gnash. 19, Rime. 21, Nape.
Across - 1, Just. 7, Live a-part. 8, A-dam. 9, Stop. 10, lively. If planning a trip, check all details, no matter how
miniscule.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Master-stroke. 8, Picnic. 9, Treat-Y. 10, Lanc-
18, Lumber. 20, Abate. 21, Ether. 23, Hate. PISCES—February 20-March 20
ers. 12, S-tub-s. 15, Penny. 16, Parrots. 18, Ann-ex-e.
Recollect. 12, Armadillo. 13, Eden. 15, Earl. 17, Indeed.
Lighthearted social events and challenging tasks is the
20, A-nswe-R. 22, Metal fatigue.
Down - 1, Stiff. 2, Frock. 3, Scales. 4, Answer. 5, Pull. 6,
Down - 1, Bad-I-nag-e. 2, Eton (eaten). 3, Pro-cure. 4,
22, Rich. 24, Damp. 25, Lash. 26, Flatterer. 27, Dear. theme this week. A family member is surprisingly
St-ate. 5, Go-getter. 6, Left. 11, Cons-ents. 13, Butt-er supportive. A new acquaintance may ask for an unusually
large favour.
Loot. 11, Fake. 14, Disorderly. 16, Painkiller. 19, Late.
up. 14, Ma-cad-am. 17, Bella. 19, Nam-E (rev.). 21, Slip.
Across - 1, Safe. 7, Schnauzer. 8, Iron. 9, Claw. 10,
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
QUICK SOLUTIONS
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8990 You tend to worry about little things and sometimes
underestimate your talents. These talents are often
extraordinary. If you understand the depth of your
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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
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FUNERALS STONEMASON DEATH NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
WILSON Eileen Doreen Kirwan
28/02/1939 ~ 29/03/2017
MEMORIALS Devoted wife of Patrick.
STONEMASONS
BALLARAT Loving mother of Raymond, Donna, Mark, Shaun and Jo-Anne.
Cherished mother-in-law to Annabelle, Kerry, Donna and Brad.
MN02304G2

& All District Cemeteries
✿✿✿ Beloved Nan of Shane, Sarah, Jesse, Ashlee, Christopher,
Headstones & Monuments Reece, Danielle, James, Jasmine, Jacob, April, Emily, Katie
All Memorial Works and Great grandchildren Lillian, Constance and Maddison.
✿✿✿ Eileen loved to spend time in her garden and to support her
Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669 adored Storm Rugby Team. She was an inspiration to all who
814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350 knew her, full of courage, strength, loyalty and determination.
Also Stone Benchtops Rest In Peace.
www.wilsonmemorials.com.au Thank you to the Bacchus Marsh Hospital, Palliative Care
info@wilsonmemorials.com.au
Team and Dr Sadhai.

DEATH NOTICE MUSIC STORAGE

Kirwan, Eileen Ballan
Your life to us was a blessing, Containers
Your memory a treasure, & Storage
We loved you beyond words,
And will miss you beyond measure. FUNERAL NOTICE Piano Lessons Short & Long
Love always Raymond, Annabelle, KIRWAN piano & keyboard Term Rentals
The Funeral Service for the late Mrs Eileen Doreen Kirwan beginner guitar
Sarah, Michael, Constance,
will be held at Michael Crawford Funerals Chapel, 226 Main double bass Containers For Sale
Christopher and Daniel. (Gordon) & Hire
Street, Bacchus Marsh on Friday, April 7, 2017 commencing at
11.00am. Tim Nelson 0490 420 219
Following the Service the funeral will leave the Chapel for the 0450 904 464
DEATH NOTICE Maddingley Cemetery Bacchus Marsh.
Flowers welcome or if preferred, in lieu, a donation can be made
LACK (nee Vickery) – Faye Mary to the Bacchus Marsh Palliative Care Unit in Memory of Eileen, EMPLOYMENT
06.01.1935 – 27.03.2017 envelopes will be provided at the Chapel.
Passed away peacefully at the Ballan Hospital
with her loved daughter Karryn by her side. IN THE CARE OF
Loving wife of Tasman (dec).
OCCASIONAL CARE CHILD CARE WORKER
Loved and cherished mother and mother-in-law OCCASIONAL CARE COORDINATOR
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Inc. has a vacancy for a permanent part-time child
of Karryn and Andrew (dec) and Lynda (dec). Ballan • Bacchus Marsh Darley
care worker, Neighbourhood
12 hours per week, Thursday and House & Learning Centre
Friday, 8.30am-2.30pm, Inc.
employed for 40 weeks per
Loved Nana of Andrew and Bridie, Victoria and Justin. ☎ 5367 6733 requires a permanentyear part-time child care coordinator,
(school terms).
Adored Great Nan of Elyott. 14Certificate
hours per week, Thursday
III in Children’s andrelevant
Services and other Friday, employed
certificates for
required.
A brave and courageous lady to the end. Applications to Manager, DNHLC, PO Box 566, Bacchus Marsh or info@dnhlc.org.au
40 weeks per year (school terms).
FUNERALS
Applications close 15th March. Position description available on request. Phone 5367 4390
Forever Loved. Diploma in Children’s Services and other relevant
Faye’s family wish to acknowledge and thank all the staff at certificates required.
150 years of service to the
Ballan Nursing Home / Hospital for the love and care given to Applications to Manager, DNHLC, PO Box 566,
Shires of Hebpurn and Moorabool
Faye in her time of need. & surrounds.
Bacchus Marsh or info@dnhlc.org.au
Pre-paid & Pre-planned
funerals available Applications close 13th April.
FUNERAL NOTICE Position description available on request.
150 years of service to the Shires ofAndrew
Hepburn andand
Nuske Moorabool
Alicia Kay
Phone 5367 4390
LACK (nee Vickery) – & Surrounds. Pre-paid & Pre-planned
OFFICEfunerals available.
: 24 BRIDPORT STREET
DAYLESFORD. 3460
The Funeral Service to give thanks for the life of the late Andrew Nuske and Alica Kay
24 Bridport Street,info@vereyfuneraldirectors.com
Daylesford EMPLOYMENT
Mrs Faye Mary Lack will be held at Christ Church Anglican
Church, Unitt Street, Melton TODAY (Tuesday April 4, 2017)
commencing at 1.30pm. At the conclusion of the Service the
5348 2762
info@vereyfuneraldirectors.com
www.vereyfuneraldirectors.com.au ALL HOURS
Funeral will leave the Church for the Melton Cemetery. 5348 2762 ALL HOURS
Individual and Personal Goodbyes.
Individual and Personal Goodbyes
IN THE CARE OF
FUNERALS

PAT CASHIN
Ballan • Bacchus Marsh
☎ 5367 6733
Child & Family Services Ballarat (CAFS) is a not-for-profit,

FUNERALS
community service organisation that provides a range of programs
DEATH NOTICE and services to children, young people and families who are
vulnerable or in need of support. CAFS has a long history supporting
HALL, Harry families, dating back to 1865 with the Ballarat Orphanage and
28.6.1924 – 27.3.2017 Ballarat Children’s Home. We are seeking suitably qualified
Passed away peacefully at Sutton Park Aged care, Melton South 1114 Doveton St. Nth, committed individuals to fill the following vacancy:
Aged 92 years
Dearly loved husband of Doris (dec.) and father of Jacqui and
Ballarat YOUTH HOMELESSNESS
Daniel, father-in-law of Peter and Jo, grandfather to Travis, SUPPORT WORKER
Madeleine, Alex, Matthew and Sam, and great grandfather
to Lily, Archer and Trent
Ph: 5333 3911 • Full-time, ongoing
• Previous applicants need not apply
At peace with Mum, both sadly missed and always in our
thoughts.
All Hours For further information on the above position, including closing date,

Full seartveicceost
position description and information on how to apply please visit our
careers page at www.cafs.org.au/our-people
FUNERAL NOTICE

at moder
Please note all applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and will
be subject to a Police Check and Working with Children Check.
HALL
The Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of the late Mr
Harry Hall will be held at Michael Crawford Funerals
Chapel, 226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh TOMORROW,
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 commencing at 11.00am. WATER CAFS is a child safe
A private cremation will follow. organisation.

IN THE CARE OF Tiger Natural Spring Water People from all cultures
For Swimming Pools, Household Tanks, and backgrounds are
079CAFS

welcome to apply.
Stock, Roadworks Hire
Ballan • Bacchus Marsh
☎ 5367 6733 Call Gary McTigue 0419 008 027 Wellbeing, respect and safety for all children and families...
Classifieds/Sport
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PUBLIC NOTICE PETS GRASS SLASHING CATERING

The Neighbour’s Place Inc. CROWN
Notice of Annual General Meeting 2017 CATERING
Grass Slashing “Food fit for a King”
Tuesday 9 May, 8pm
& Mowing Corporate functions,
Guest speaker - Marion Ingram Weddings, Birthdays,
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall Landscaping
Dinner Parties, Funerals,
Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Herbicide Application Engagements, Christenings
RSV – 5367 6222 or 5367 1209 Garden Maintenance Phone Dianne
Qualified Chef
All welcome! Property Maintenance
0428 682 366
Mob: 0439 476 966 didebono@itaus.net

PUBLIC NOTICE LIVESTOCK FOR SALE WOOD FOR SALE
Notice of Temporary Road Closures Blackwood Layer Pullets
Easter Sat 15th April 2017
Commercial Crossbreds, Vaccinated Lucerne Hay OFF SEASON
The Blackwood Progress Assoc advises that the following FIREWOOD (COMMON)
roads will be closed for a short time to allow for the 14 week (Black, Red, White) $18.50 ea Small Square 10 sq metres = $77 per
passage of the annual Easter Saturday Carnival Street
Parade:
10 week (Isa Brown) $16.50 ea Bales metre plus delivery
Red Gum / Common
Greendale-Trentham Road between intersection of Available Monday 10th April Second Cut available throughout
Martin St & Simmon’s Reef Rd (11.05-11.15am)
Martin Street between Whalebone Rd & Greendale- Crossroads Trading, Ballan Shedded the year
Trentham (10.30-11.15am) 9.30am Ph 5368 1199 to order Pick Up Available
Whalebone Road (10.30-11.05am) Call Conor CALL: 5368 2258
Bacchus Marsh Farm Supplies
Intersection of Goldenpoint Rd & Martin Street
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(10.30-11.05am)
Intersection of Terrill St & Greendale-Trentham Road
(11.05-11.15am) FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY MOWING/HANDYMAN
Simmons Reef Road between Recreation Reserve
Western Mowing &
Road & intersection of Greendale-Trentham Road
(11.05-11.20am)
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Please direct road closure enquiries to: Roof restoration
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Cnr Gordon/Egerton Rd & McIntosh Lane
No job too small, just give
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PUBLIC NOTICE

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(Fire Danger Period and Prohibited Period 869 304
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respectively) for all private land within the
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COUCHES (2), fold out, navy blue,
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Shire shed, $25 each, Ph 0417 829 434 TABLE DINING, stained wood, oval
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Murphy v Maher showdown
Ballan Football

Seniors
The Blues opened their 2017 season against Gordon, with
a line up that include five first time senior players, and it
was an intense match to start their first 18 career. The new
kids on the block Thompson, Shaw, Conlan, Boland, Layley
and Bongart are sure to have learnt a lot from the match. 
The Blues certainly had their share of the play and fought
out every contest but the Eagles had too many winners up
forward and the Blues on the other hand were well held up
forward.  Jason McNamara and Jarrod Graham battled hard
all day in the centre but the Eagles finals experience from
last year and the inclusion of Richardson, made life a real
challenge for this young raw squad. Tanti was also a tireless
worker in the middle and easily deserved his BOG.  The
Blues were not disgraced and will have another tough match
against Buninyong at home next week. Congratulations to
Tye Murphy from Gordon who won the Murphy/Maher Photos: Tim Saultry
trophy and Peter Clifford for his management of the day.
Final Scores - Ballan   7  2  44 lost Gordon   24  14  158.
Best - D. Tanti, J. Wilkinson, S. Hitchings, J. Graham, S. Sher,
A. Mullane.
The Reserves were on fire at the start of the match with
Watts at his best up forward and Fyfe also gave the Blues
plenty of run. Paddy did a great job in the backline following
his extensive pre season training. The Blues had runners on
every line like   Pascoe, Tom McGregor and Dylan Trickey
and they grew in confidence as the game progressed. Justin
Fenwick was a tower of strength in the backline and split
many a pack wide open. In the third quarter the Blues took
their foot off the pedal but came home well in the final
quarter. A great result to start the year but next week will be
a real test.
Final Scores: Ballan 16  5  101  def  Gordon 9   7    61.
Best - D. Trickey, T. McGregor, T. Trickey, N. Kettle, R. Watts,
J. Fenwick.
The Under 18s took on a undermanned Eagles line up and
had a scoring feast. The Eagles did put in a determined effort Central Highlands Netball League
but the great pre season many of the players had done really Central Highlands Netball League
shone out under new coach John Mullane. The crew also had Results – Round 1
several players in the senior line up. The boys kicked 8 goals Results – Round 1
3 points in every quarter except the last when they kicked 8 Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
goals 4. The boys will have a reality check next week and will Bungaree 16 30 52 40 32 50
need to be fully focused. Dunnstown 7 18 2 13 28 59
Final Scores Ballan  32   13    205   def  Gordon   1  1  7. Buninyong 58 52 51 30 22 31
Springbank 1 11 4 15 42 37
Best - L. Conlan, E. Shaw, D. Bulluss, A. Hine, L. Folly, C. Carngham 5 9 12 8 21 26
Sparrow. Creswick 25 17 46 37 34 42
The Under 15s who are still desperate for more starters but Central Highlands Football League Clunes 15 17 25 54 35 67
gave a valant effort and thanks to some Under 12 players Results - Round 1 Skipton 26 10 25 21 19 16
who stepped up on the day. Lachlan Trickey gave a full 4 Daylesford 13 28 9 15 - -
quarters along with Blair Swanson and U12 inclusion led Seniors Beaufort 16 23 35 38 - -
by Jack Jarvis, gave their all. In a one sided match the Blues Springbank 13.13  (91) def Buninyong 10.6  (66) Gordon 4 10 36 41 25 39
players did a tremendous job to stay committed in the way Gordon 24.14  (158) def Ballan 7.2  (44) Ballan 8 14 15 22 25 49
they did.    Their coach was incredibly proud of the way they Bungaree 19.10  (124) def Dunnstown 6.4  (40) Newlyn 11 18 24 33 49 48
stuck out the match. Beaufort 23.10  (148) def Daylesford 10.5  (65) Hepburn 17 29 51 22 32 47
Hepburn 15.9  (99) def Newlyn 7.5  (47) Rokewood 1 25 61 53 60 71
Final Score - Ballan   0  0    0  lost   Gordon   24  19   163.
Clunes 13.9  (87) def Skipton 8.11  (59) Smythesdale 30 14 7 7 12 27
Best - L. Trickey, B. Swanson, J. Jarvis, J. Horan, H. Brown. Learmonth 16 63 40 45 44 68
The Under 12s come up against some tough competition for Creswick 15.11  (101) def C’ham/Linton 8.6  (54)
Waubra 19 2 9 12 9 0
Round one. Kayden Hudaverdi and Kobe Heafield had first Waubra 12.12  (84) def Learmonth 9.10  (64)
hands to the ball every time the ball was in the midfield. Jack Bye - Rokewood/Corindhap                     
Jarvis had a stunner of a game in the back pocket and in his Reserves CHFL – Goal Kickers
first game, Reid Boylan tried his heart out to get the ball out Buninyong 9.11  (65) def Springbank 3.6  (24) Seniors
of defence. The forward line didn’t see much of the ball but Ballan 16.5  (101) def Gordon 9.7  (61) Luke Mirtschin Bungaree .................................. 6
when it was down that way the forwards looked promising. Bungaree 5.11  (41) def Dunnstown 4.6  (30) Joel Mirtschin Bungaree .................................. 6
Hopefully in the weeks to come the forwards start seeing Beaufort 6.8  (44) def Daylesford 5.6  (36) Mick Nolan Gordon ...................................... 5
more of the ball than the defenders. Hepburn 9.12  (66) def Newlyn 6.8  (44) Chris McGuigan Gordon ...................................... 3
Final score - Ballan 1  0  6 lost  Gordon 6  9 45. Clunes 22.12  (144) def Skipton 1.1  (7) Thomas Eltringham Springbank............................... 3
Creswick 13.17  (95) def C’ham/Linton 3.1  (19) Steven Nicholson Gordon ...................................... 3
Ballan Golf Club R’wood/C’hap 11.9  (75) def Smythesdale 4.7  (31) Bradley Hallam
Nicholas Couch
Gordon ...................................... 3
Springbank .............................. 3
Results - Week ending Sunday 3 April Learmonth 11.7  (73) def Waubra 4.6  (30)
Andrew Toan Dunnstown .............................. 3
Wednesday - Stableford Under 18
Jackson Murphy Bungaree .................................. 3
Winner Barry Lenaghan (20) 40 points, R/up Bob Arklay (9) Buninyong 10.7  (67) def Springbank 6.7  (43)
Ballan 32.13  (205) def Gordon 1.1  (7) Reserves
35 points. Magpie -14th Les Martin. NTP - 15th Chris Tudor.
Dunnstown 17.15  (117) def Bungaree 4.0  (24) Matthew Wrigley Clunes ......................................10
Saturday Stroke - Monthly Medal Rodney Watts Ballan ........................................ 7
Hepburn 16.13  (109) def Newlyn 1.0  (6)
A Grade Justin Fenwick Ballan ........................................ 4
Skipton 15.15  (105) def Clunes 3.5  (23)
Winner - Bob Arklay 69-8-61, R/up Don Wickson 73-11-62. Michael Kersley Gordon ...................................... 3
Creswick def C’Ham/Linton (forfeit)
B Grade 
R’wood/C’hap 12.4  (76) def Smythesdale 6.10  (46) Under 18
Winner on the day 77-16-61, R/up Alan Sanders 81-19-62.
Learmonth 7.19  (61) def Waubra 4.1  (25) Luke Currie-Jones Ballan ........................................ 9
C Grade
Under 15 Jack McGregor Ballan ........................................ 9
Winner - John Muhlhan 89-23-66, R/up John Fitzgerald
Buninyong 9.8  (62) def Springbank 6.0  (36) Connor Ronan Dunnstown .............................. 8
90-21-69.
NTPs - 2nd David Blythe, 12th Rod Caithness, 15th John Gordon 24.19  (163) def Ballan 0.0  (0) Dylan Bulluss Ballan ........................................ 6
Fitzgerald. Magpies -14th Les Martin & Pat Clifford, Dunnstown 6.5  (41) def Bungaree 2.1  (13) Under 15
18th Anthony Moore. Hepburn 13.8  (86) def Newlyn 7.2  (44) Thomas Conroy Gordon ...................................... 5
Balls 9, Cut-off 65 - Bob Arklay, Les Martin, Don Wickson, Skipton 10.4  (64) def Clunes 9.6  (60) Ash McKenzie Gordon ...................................... 4
Anthony Moore, Alan Sanders, Kev Lockman, Frank Creswick 8.10  (58) def C’ham/Linton 8.3  (51) Daniel Pascoe Gordon ...................................... 4
Raffaele, Peter Clifford & Ken Muhlhan. Daylesford 11.9  (75) def Beaufort 2.1  (13) Lachlan Reynolds Gordon ...................................... 4
Play-off for medal between Bob Arklay & Les Martin on 6 Smythesdale 7.5  (47) def R’wood/C’hap 4.2  (26) Bailey Colligan Gordon ...................................... 3
May 2017. Learmonth  14.8  (92) def Waubra 0.0  (0) Lucas Blazko Gordon ...................................... 3
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Darley Cricket Club
Results - Round 1 By Shaun Kelly

2016/17 BMLAC Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (5) drew Buninyong Red (5)
Results – Grand Final
Hope turned to heartbreak for the Darley Lions last

Season Award Winners
Goals - Tristan Noorman (1), Zac Hafda (1), Jesse Ryan (3). weekend, as the Lions were defeated by Wendouree in the
Under 15s Ballarat Cricket Association First XI Grand Final.
Bacchus Marsh Blue (4) def Bacchus Marsh Yellow (2) After finishing the first weekend of the four-day game 65
BOYS GIRLS runs in arrears on first innings, the Lions didn’t get a chance
Goals - Liam Hageman (4) Blue Team, Harry Barnes (2) to bat again as Wendouree used their advantages of a first
UNDER 6 Isaac Colella Ruby Dunn
Yellow Team. innings lead and finishing on top of the ladder to bat the
Runner Up Slater Blandthorn Myah Estlick
Lions out of the game.
UNDER 7 Nicholas Mai Ellie Conroy Commencing day three of the game on Saturday with the
Runner Up Deegan Doyle Tanae Grero Red Caps on 1/0, having removed the nightwatchman in a
UNDER 8 Nicholas Ide Sarah Burton four-over spell to end play last Sunday but with the 65 run
first inning deficit, Darley were looking for quick wickets and
Runner Up Nelson Banigo Temi Olaitan
when Ben Longhurst trapped stand-in Wendouree number
UNDER 9 Alex Lloyd Shameka Grero three Ryan Simmonds in front with the score on 27, followed
Runner Up Charlie Conroy Reegan Sabo by Sajitha Rupasinghe snaring a return catch from Matthew
Begbie to have the Red Caps on 3/48 and leading the game by
UNDER 10 Flynn Smith Isabella Macbeth 113 runs, the Lions were in with a chance.
Runner Up Kobie Cunningham Emma Stewart Wendouree, unfortunately, had other ideas though, with
UNDER 11 Ryan Lister Kiara Ive a 106 run fifth-wicket stand eventually broken up when
Runner Up Hayden Lloyd Danielle Ide Hayden Jamieson took his first wicket of the game, with
Gavin Webb (55) out leg before wicket, then a 48 run stand
UNDER 12 Zane Rich Tamara Henry between Wendouree captain Cole Roscholler and Heath
Runner Up Ulfur Heafield Claudia Quittenden Pyke broken up when Rupasinghe had Roscholler caught by
Matthew Cape for 96 with the score on 5/196 with some 50
UNDER 13 Joel Wood Jasmine Hannett minutes left in play. Pyke and first-innings top scorer Liam
Runner Up Jarvis Miles Kayla Ive Brady then steered Wendouree to 5/225 at stumps on day
UNDER 14 Solomon Miesen Olivia Way three, with an overall lead of 290 runs.
Runner Up Loki Baker-Radford Rebecca West Once again, quick wickets was the order of the day on
Sunday on the final day of the game, and when Brady was
UNDER 15 Bryce Stephenson Keely Rich removed with only three runs added to the overnight score
Runner Up Daen Sadhai - by Ben Longhurst, thanks to a sharp catch by captain/coach
Heath Pritchard, the Lions had Wendouree 6/228. The Red
UNDER 16 Riley Dart Evana Miesen Caps tactic of sending in a pair of night-watchmen to start
Runner Up Alistair McBride-Bocock Rachel Jackson the second innings the week before meant that their batting
line-up had extra depth. The Red Caps were all about batting
JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Nicholas Mai and Ellie Conroy time though, and whilst Brad Barnes took his first wicket of
INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONS Zane Rich and Tamara Henry the game with the score on 260, the game was drifting to an
SENIOR CHAMPIONS Solomon Miesen and Keely Rich inevitable conclusion, and after Pritchard allowed Lachie
Herring to bowl his first over for the season (a maiden, by the
ENCOURAGEMENT AWARDS way), he and Wendouree captain consulted with the umpires
JUNIOR Braxton Dart and came to the decision that the game was out of Darley’s
INTERMEDIATE Matilda Clarke keeping, and made the decision to end the game with the
Red Caps on 7/276 in their second innings, holding an overall
SENIOR Hayley Spargo lead of 341 runs, and crowning Wendouree premiers for
THE JIM LILBURNE AWARD (Most outstanding 100m season 2016/17.
Runner) – Nelson Banigo Whilst the season ended on a disappointing note, it’s hard to
THE WAYNE ARNOLD AWARD (Most outstanding High be disappointed of the efforts of the Lions throughout season
2016/17, sitting in the top four almost all season long, playing
Jumper) – Evie Ducas and winning a rare semi-final appearance and featuring in
THE EGG BOARD SHIELD (Champion Club) Boomerangs their first Grand Final in their time in the Ballarat Cricket
THE TROY LORENSINI AWARD - NA Association, and all at Darley Cricket Club are very proud of
the efforts of their First XI in 2016/17.
THE TREVOR LYNE AWARD (Most outstanding Triple
The Lions will formally end their season with their senior
Jumper) – Taryn McMinn and 16 & Under Presentation Night this Friday 7 April at
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Promotional Period: commences 9AM (AEST) 11/8/14 & ends 11:59PM 7/9/14. Entry is open to Aus Residents aged 18yr+. Entrants must, during the Promotional Period, purchase any 700ml bottle of Chivas 12YO or Chivas 18YO; 750ml bottle of St Hugo wine; or 750ml bottle of Jacob’s Creek Reserve, from a participating

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Cellarbrations Store, The Bottle-O Store or IGA Liquor Store; log on to www.championdad.com.au (Website) complete all entry details including the last 4-digits of barcode from the product and describe in 25 words or less why your dad is a champion. The Major Prize is a trip for 2 people to the Monaco GP including airfares
and accommodation valued at $18,800 and there are 3 Minor prizes of a trip for 2 to the Melbourne GP 2015 valued at $4,250 each. The Winner will be the most original and creative entry that meets the brief as judged by a panel of judges in its sole discretion on 12/9/14. The Winners will be notified by email and telephone
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within 2 business days of judgement. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Promoter is Pernod Ricard Winemakers Pty Ltd, ABN 75 007 870 046 of 167 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065, (02) 8874 8302. See Website for full T&Cs.

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won to the Melbourne GP.*
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words or less tell us why your Dad is a champion!
*14 sets to be won
Enter online at
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ons at Bacchus Marsh • Johnnie Walker Black Label • Johnnie Walker Double Black
Exclusive to Cellarbrati stocks last! • De Bortoli Premium
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Hill Range
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ONLY at Bacchus Marsh
Promotional Period: commences 9AM (AEST) 11/8/14 & ends 11:59PM 7/9/14. Entry is open to Aus Residents aged 18yr+. Entrants must, during the Promotional Period, purchase any 700ml bottle of Chivas 12YO or Chivas 18YO; 750ml bottle of St Hugo wine; or 750ml bottle of Jacob’s Creek Reserve, from a participating

Carlton Draught
Cellarbrations Store, The Bottle-O Store or IGA Liquor Store; log on to www.championdad.com.au (Website) complete all entry details including the last 4-digits of barcode from the product and describe in 25 words or less why your dad is a champion. The Major Prize is a trip for 2 people to the Monaco GP including airfares
and accommodation valued at $18,800 and there are 3 Minor prizes of a trip for 2 to the Melbourne GP 2015 valued at $4,250 each. The Winner will be the most original and creative entry that meets the brief as judged by a panel of judges in its sole discretion on 12/9/14. The Winners will be notified by email and telephone
within 2 business days of judgement. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Promoter is Pernod Ricard Winemakers Pty Ltd, ABN 75 007 870 046 of 167 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065, (02) 8874 8302. See Website for full T&Cs.

at Bacchus Marsh
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AIN POINTS WITH EVERY PURCHASE! 120 Main Street,
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