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Tuesday 12 June, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 23

Now
that’s
art
Artist in residence Anu Patel with Mayor
CHILD (pastel) by artist Suzan Thomas was chosen by Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell as an addition to the Shire’s art collection. Paul Tatchell at the opening of the art show.
Photos – Helen Tatchell

By Carol Saffer expert from the NGV staff to judge the between Bacchus Marsh and Ballan,
show. sponsors a landscape acquisitive art prize
The 48th Annual Bacchus Marsh Rotary This year, NGV’s Curator of Indigenous to promote the project in the community.
Art Show was held over the Queen’s Art Myles Russell-Cook was the judge. Environmental Project Co-ordinator
Birthday weekend awarding total prize Much of Myles’ influence and inspiration Emma Muir says “we encourage
money of $7600. comes from his maternal Aboriginal landscape change for the better [and]
The Art Show, attracting artists from heritage in Western Victoria with
recognise the changes in this positive
across the country, is the major annual connections into Tasmania and the Bass Spot the blue wren in the Aussie Wattle
way.”
fundraising event for the Rotary Club, Strait islands. by local artist Leianne Ivankovic (acrylic)
enabling considerable support for many Grow West’s sponsorship started in
The judging took place on Thursday 7
local and international projects. June with Mr Russell-Cook spending 2005. Ms Muir has organised for the
As record sales were achieved at the 2017 three hours making his decisions. collection to be displayed annually in the
Art Show, Secretary Davina Cabrie said First-time judge Mr Russell-Cook says Lerderderg Library in Bacchus Marsh.
with 665 works entered this year, “we he was looking for artists with “gestural Chairman of the Art Show Committee
hope to equal that [amount] again, if not [expressive] fluid style and technically Keith Currie presented the prizes to the
better it.” competent.” winning artists at the gala official opening
Each year the Art Show committee “The standard of the submissions was on Friday 8 June, with a large crowd
approaches the chief curator at the very high.” vying for the opportunity to purchase a
National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) to Grow West, an extensive Victorian selective piece, before being open to the Clever mosaic artist Nellie Willmott
organise a volunteer independent art government land restoration program public. displayed her Rustic Rooster.

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Projects become outdoor classrooms
By Carol Saffer lessons, explaining how the
weather affects the vegetable
Two primary schools in
growth.
Moorabool are recipients
of a Powerful Youth Project Science specialist at Bacchus
Grant. Marsh PS Jane McWhin-
Balliang East PS and Bac- ney said their $1000 grant
chus Marsh PS were both money will pay for a native
successful with their ap- habitat garden in the school
plications and will receive grounds.
$1000 each. “Our hope is that this pro-
Principal Caryn Fox at Bal- ject will provide a protected WINNER - Anne Casey with Jane Rawson (head PCSSA
liang East said the grant was judge). Photo - submitted
habitat for both native flora
aimed at helping students
develop skills to protect
and fauna and encourage a Award for Being the mother
their local environment. more diverse range of ani- By Carol Saffer
“While completing the mals, birds and insects into
the garden,” Ms McWhin- The 2018 Peter Carey Short Story Award, organised by
online application I had to
Moorabool Shire Council and Moorabool Writers Craft,
do a summary of costs and ney said. honours Bacchus Marsh born and raised author Peter Carey,
wondered how much raised “We want our students considered Australia’s greatest living writer.
garden beds would cost to to grow up to be environ- Nearly 290 entries were received this year for the annual
purchase. award for a short story of between 2000 - 3000 words written
mental ambassadors. Our
“The mission was to replace by an Australian resident.
proposed outdoor learning At Bacchus Marsh’s Lerderderg Library on Saturday 2 June,
the old veggie garden in the
space could be used year- the long wait was over for the 12 writers long-listed for the
school grounds that had
round providing many new award.
seen better days,” she said.
learning opportunities.” Award winning author Jane Rawson announced Seaholme
When Mrs Fox heard the resident Anne Casey as the winner and recipient of $1000
school was one of 200 recipi- Momentum Energy part- prize money for her story - Being the mother.
ents of the Powerful Youth nered with Junior Landcare Ben Walter received $500 as second prize for his Flathead
Grant, she knew all 67 pu- Owen Simson (Grade 3 BMPS) puts on some gloves and
providing funding for The out one day story.
gets involved with the school’s new project. Photo - BMPS.
pils at the school would be Powerful Youth Projects. Ms Rawson read excerpts of both prize-winning stories.
involved in the project to es- and impact on their health how important it is to water Moorabool Shire’s Coordinator Library Programs Natalie
Launched in 1998, Junior Grero said, “the stories received have been a fantastic tribute
tablish the three new raised when growing their own the garden beds when need-
vegetable garden beds. vegetables. Landcare is an awareness to both the influence of Peter Carey and the wonderful world
ed too,” she said.
raising and funding pro- of short-storytelling.”
Mrs Fox said the school is “The project will also raise The school’s science teacher
gram that encourages young The stories can be read in the spring edition of Meanjin
grateful and excited to re- the awareness of the stu- (a keen home growing veg- which will be available at the Lerderderg Library, once
ceive the $1000 grant. dents to the environmental gie gardener) will involve people to play an active role released.
“The aim is for the students impact on growing food the raised garden beds as in ensuring the safe future An extract from the winning story will also appear in The
to understand the concept crops. The pupils will learn living classrooms during of their environment. Moorabool News.

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Transferring from cash to card Lap dog
Facebook feedback
no no
By Caitlin Bewley (1st Yr
Swinburne Uni)
A dog in the driver’s seat
was perhaps the most bi-
Wow, what a fantastic idea, only zarre offence listed at the
Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’
2 decades behind the rest of the
court on Friday June 8.
world. - Bryce On 19 November last year,
A better idea is to give 2 free passes Ross Davidson was driving
with our rates like other councils a white Nissan Navara along
do. Our rates are ridiculously high. Gisborne Road in Bacchus
Marsh with his Fox Terrier
- Ashley in his lap.
Won’t make everyone happy Prosecutor, Senior Consta-
- Darren ble Lisa Schoemaker said
the accused was intercepted
The cost of the tip fees, it’s no
by a police officer on a mo-
wonder they needed eftpos, it was torcycle before undergo-
dangerous to carry around that ing a fluid test, which he
much cash! - Stephen tested positive to the drug
Finally!! Awesome - Gen methamphetamine.
The accused’s lawyer de-
No need for cash at Moorabool scribed this case as “extraor-
Transfer Stations with both Bacchus dinary” and that she had
Marsh and Ballan now having an “never seen that charge [dog
EFTPOS facility, as demonstrated by in his lap] in 20 years.”
Mayor Cr. Paul Tatchell and Ballan Davidson’s major income
transfer station manager, Jock. involves his employment
Photo – Helen Tatchell in a band and falls back on
By Helen Tatchell Marsh and Ballan transfer “We are introducing this option at a future date. • Domestic waste: at his casual job as a fabrica-
stations prescribed cost tor, also receiving payments
new payment method into The three stations provide
As an ongoing cashless from Centrelink.
Council’s General Manager the transfer stations to the community ways • Hardwaste e.g. furniture,
The accused’s lawyer asked
society, residents will now Infrastructure Phil Jeffrey make it easier and more to responsibly manage mattresses: at cost
Magistrate Ron Saines to
be able to pay to dispose of said the community has convenient for people to and dispose of its waste • Washing machines and “keep in mind his very low
rubbish at transfer stations been asking for the option of make payments,” he said. including: fridges; free of charge income” when issuing him
by EFTPOS. EFTPOS to make payments. Council has three transfer • Recyclables (segregated • E-waste; fees may apply a fine.
Swiping the card, rather “Council has recognised stations across the shire, from other materials): free (TVs and computers free Magistrate Saines issued
than cash, has been that this service would be Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and of charge of charge) Davidson with a six-month
introduced by Moorabool of benefit to patrons whilst Mt Egerton, the latter will be • Clean greenwaste: 50% of • Tyres, batteries and car suspension on his licence
Shire Council at the Bacchus minimising cash handling. considered for the EFTPOS the normal fee bodies: at cost and a $750 fine.

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Frida, Matilda and Austin
recently at have a new brother. Gaspar
Khanna has a new sister.
Little Amyra Kaur Khanna It is a little boy for Darley
Bacchus Marsh FOURNIER was born to
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was born to Brookfield parents Hardeep Kaur and Milla Ann Joselin-Sheehy
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Trying to kick
goals with
Looking football in pants
forward
By Caitlin Bewley (Work Exp –
Swinburne Uni)
Australians are living longer. And that
The Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ Court was

to an active
means there’s a lot more life to enjoy. silent as multiple charges against a young
Bacchus Marsh man were read to Magistrate
Whatever you’re looking forward to, Gregory Robinson.
Ethan Jarrad was charged with theft, drug
the government has programs to possession and drug use, dating back to May

later life?
assist Australians to be better prepared. last year.
Jarrad was caught with two unknown fe-
The government is providing over
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organisations to help you stay healthy, It was alleged to the court on Friday June 1,

Start
by Prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Lisa
active and connected. Schoemaker, that the accused put a football
down his pants while one of the two women
There are lots of ways to let Jarrad put a Puma jumper into their bag.

thinking
The stolen items had a value of $90. Nei-
live the life you want. ther have been recovered with the accused
admitting to stealing the items because he
“was drunk. “
In the same year on June 11 the accused

about it
Visit longliveyou.gov.au and co-accused were at a gaming venue
in Moonee Ponds, playing the gaming
machines.
Their backs were to their victim while they

now.
were playing the pokies, when they noticed
the woman had dropped her mobile phone.
The woman was unaware she had dropped
her iPhone 7+, valued at around $1200.
The court heard Jarrad then allegedly threw
his phone in the direction of the woman’s
phone, so that he could pick up both phones
at the same time.
“I just saw it, so I took it,” Jarrad said. “I sold
it to a mate for $100 or something.”
Later that year on September 20, the ac-
cused was intercepted by police on O’Hagan
Place in Bacchus Marsh at 2am.
Prosecutor Schoemaker said the police saw
that a screwdriver was used to start the car.
“Police also found a set of knuckle dusters
under the accused’s accelerator pedal.”
A month later on October 17, Jarrad was
found by police allegedly heavily drugged
in Church Street, laying down in a driveway
with a water tap in one hand and a red bottle
in the other, allegedly full of the drug GHB.
Magistrate Robinson heard the accused had
pulled the tap off a wall and couldn’t stand
up. Jarrad had a welfare check by ambulance
personnel and said he “just wanted some
water.”
The accused ended his crime spree a month
before Christmas on November 24 where he
was arrested in Delahey for possession of
drugs.
Jarrad allegedly had methamphetamine in
his front pocket, which he told police was
Valium for his anxiety.
The court heard Jarrad was already on a
15-month community corrections order to
longliveyou.gov.au receive rehabilitation for his mental issues
and drug abuse, to which Magistrate Robin-
son said, “he should continue.”
“This might have been a long-term impris-
onment and if you breach the CCO you can
be resentenced,” Magistrate Robinson told
Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra. Jarrad.
“Going to jail could be an outcome.”
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BALLAN DISTRICT
Publish date: 11 June 2018
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or
Gutted
After that one day in December, Sat- own record of not only the fire itself,
By Jessica Howard

The Moorabool Shire was hit with wild fire over the
weekend that blazed through more than 4600 hectares of

urday 19, there wasn’t much but pho-
land, destroying 12 homes and 30 sheds.

but of the community’s resilience and
Residents from Scotsburn, Elaine, Mount Doran, Clarendon,
and Durham Lead were forced to flee their homes as Victorian
firefighters battled the blaze in extreme weather conditions.

tos to be taken, because the Scotsburn Complete the survey online:
The CFA have confirmed 12 houses in total were destroyed;

strength as they have moved forward
Scotsburn (six), Clarendon (three), Durham Lead (two) and
Elaine (one), with another four damaged to the point of being
uninhabitable.

bushfire took everything in its path.
A total of 1030 sheep and five horses died at Narmbool –
the 2000-hectare property located at Elaine and owned and

together. www.ballanhealth.com.au/sign
operated by Sovereign Hill.
A CFA spokesperson said they were unable to confirm what
ignited the fire, however it was believed to have started on

The aftermath resulted in a Com-
private land.
The fast-moving blaze began on Finns Road in Scotsburn on

“Photographs were selected to depict
Saturday afternoon.
At 10pm that evening, more than 150 fearful residents
gathered in the Buninyong Town Hall for a community

munity Recovery Committee being
meeting.
Buninyong police officer, Peter Anderson said a good

the impact of the fire, the community
turnout showed how strong the community was.

The survey period is open until 1 July 2018
“We are going to need that strength over the next couple of

formed and two and a half years on,
days,” he said.
A Relief Centre in Ballan was established by the Moorabool

spirit and the support the community
AquaPlay for children
Shire Council on Saturday evening, before a second Relief
Centre was opened at Buninyong the following morning.

they have created a photo book to re-
Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford said the
decision to set up the relief centres came at the request of the
Incident Control Centre.

received from the many volunteers
“In hindsight it may have been prudent to have Buninyong

cord their journey since the fires.
up earlier, but to resource two centres late Saturday night
would have been impossible. Ballan was out of harm’s way,”
he said.

and agencies,” Cr Tatchell said.
under 24 months
“The City of Ballarat offered assistance and have been a
significant contributor from Sunday on. We will put out

The photo book, ‘The Journey’, was
requests to other neighbouring shires and to the State
Government for support in coming days”.
With 523 firefighters, 69 tankers and three bulldozers

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deployed over two days, the blaze was brought under control
by 8pm on Sunday after a welcome cool change arrived, with

created with a part grant the Scots-
crews continuing to patrol the area through the evening.
Golden Plains Shire Council failed to respond to questions
regarding their involvement and assistance with the fires,

to give Need for Feed and BlazeAid a Benefits include improved water
emergency service crews and the efforts to engage with the

burn Community Recovery Commit-
Moorabool Shire council.

tee received. special thank you in the book. confidence, socialisation and having fun!
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We are in the process of Benefits include improved water
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acknowledged how the book really Scotsburn residents for free whilereviewing all external signs at
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Off-road blitz
By Helen Tatchell “It has been difficult to provide a policing
presence in these areas and the challenging
Victoria Police have partnered with DELWP terrain is also a reason that is drawing people
and Parks Victoria to conduct Operation to these areas. “
DORSET in the Lerderderg State Park and Results from Operation DORSET included:
the Wombat State Forest. PENALTY NOTICES - 15
Meeting up at the Ballan police station, OIC SUMMONS – 3
Sgt Michael Kearnes said the need for the VEHICLES CHECKED - 206
operation was driven by serious collisions PERSONS SPOKEN TO - 248
occurring in the area. UNROADWORTHY NOTICES - 1
“Ballan and Gordon area currently MISSING PERSONS - 1
contribute to nearly 20 per cent of all serious
OFFENCES DETECTED - Possess Drug
injury collisions in the Western Region of Dependence, Use Drug of Dependence,
Division 3 area.” Taking of Firewood, Fireplace offences,
The Division 3 area combines Ballarat, Unlicensed Driving, Not wearing helmet
Moorabool, Hepburn Springs and Golden – motorcycle, Speed offences, Fail to obey The off road blitz prepares to leave to conduct operation Dorset from Ballan Police Station.
Plains Shire. direction of MOPF, Unroadworthy Vehicle Photo: submitted.
“Many of these collisions are occurring in and Drug Driving.
the Lerderderg and Wombat due to their Operation DORSET was conducted on
challenging terrain,” Sgt Kearnes said. Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May.

FREE WORKSHOP
Police Rounds How to get the most out of
Ballan Police Ballan Police executed a when confronted. Anyone
Locked shipping containers
at Pykes Creek have been
search warrant at an address
in Ballan on Friday June 1.
with any information as to
the identity of these burglars
your native pasture
vandalised. Drugs and a weapon were is asked to call Crimestop-
Used for storage at the found during the search. A pers on 1800 333 000 or the
road works, it is alleged un- 27-year old Ballan man was Saturday 16th June, 10am-2pm
Ballan Police Station on 5368
known persons broke in be- charged and bailed to the
1303 Parwan CFA Shed, Exford Road, Parwan
tween Friday 1 and Saturday Ballarat Magistrates’ court at
a later date. •••
2 June. Do you want to know more about native
••• A female driver was ar-
••• grasses and pasture management? Do you
Police and CFA were called rested after a number of col-
On Thursday May 31 a need help identifying your native pasture?
Wendouree woman was to a car fire on the Moora- lisions in the Ballarat area
detected by Ballan Police bool West Road, Gordon on on Saturday May 26, and a
If yes, then come along to this workshop and
driving an unregistered mo- Thursday May 31. A blue pursuit on the Western Free-
Holden Astra was found at hear Dr Meredith Mitchell speak on the
tor vehicle on the Western way. The driver collided
the location. Police are ap- importance of native grasses, their
Freeway, Ballan. Enquiries with a tow truck on the Av-
revealed the driver was also pealing for any assistance enue of Honour in Bacchus
management and how to mitigate threats.
unlicensed and in posses- from the community. Marsh and was arrested at
There will also be a field walk with plant
sion of a quantity of am- ••• the scene.
identification.
munition. The driver was An aggravated burglary •••
also the subject of a number occurred between midnight Dr Meredith Mitchell is an Australian agronomist and Senior Research Scientist
of warrants to arrest and Anyone with information to
and 1.00am on Tuesday May with Agriculture Victoria. Her research focuses on the selection of native grass
subsequently charged and 29. Two offenders wearing any of the above incidents is cultivars for agricultural systems and the management of existing native
bailed, to appear at the Bal- hoodies attempted to enter requested to call Crimestop- pastures.
larat Magistrates’ Court on the rear of the premises and pers on 1800 333 000 or the
Thursday June 28. were surprised by the occu- Ballan Police Station on 5368 Representatives from Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party will also be in
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Level Crossing works

Road closures This event is supported by the PPWCMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program

Ingliston and Maddingley
V/Line is completing level crossing renewal works in Ingliston
and Maddingley.
Some roads will be closed to traffic with signage and local diversions
in place.
Gilletts Lane, Ingliston Osborne Street, Maddingley
7am Saturday 16 June to 6am Monday 18 June to
7pm Sunday 17 June 1pm Tuesday 19 June

Ironbark Road, Ingliston
6am Thursday 14 June to
6pm Thursday 21 June
Construction noise and additional lighting will be present
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DELWP Grampians Region Wildlife Officer, Jared Priestly with warning signs.
Photo - DELWP

Wrong net – no excuses Damien Tresize VCPA Chairman.
Fishers, crayfish and yabby catchers using that have been carelessly left behind.

Royal stamp
illegal fishing nets are warned there will be “We want to get this message out, so people
zero tolerance for using opera house nets. can make the choice to only use platypus-
The nets trap and prevent air breathing safe alternatives, such as the hoop or open
animals, like platypus and water rats, from top lift nets,” Mr Allan said.
escaping. It is illegal to use opera house nets in, on or
Eight years of data shows that discarded near Victorian public waters.

of approval
and ‘ghost fishing’ opera house nets are most
The Victorian Fisheries Authority
often encountered post school holiday or
announced in May this year that this ban
public holiday breaks.
will be extended to all Victorian waters from
DELWP Grampians Regional Manager
1 July 2019.
Environmental Compliance, Grant Allan
said all across Victoria they are posting signs Under the Wildlife Act 1975 there are
in key river hot spots. strong penalties associated with taking or
“We are reminding everyone that the use being in possession of protected wildlife or
By Carol Saffer that can give them a version of what’s going
of these nets in public waters is illegal, using prohibited equipment, which is up to
on locally. The role of a local newspaper in
and warning that we take this issue very a maximum of $38,000 and/or 24 months
Local newspapers “provide a vital service sorting out the nonsense from the real story
seriously. imprisonment.
which is as important now as it has ever is absolutely vital,” Mr Tresize said.
“The platypus is an iconic Australian To report crimes against wildlife call Crime been,” says the HRH the Prince of Wales. “These newspapers are able to make sense
species that is in decline. It’s an upsetting Stoppers confidentially on 1800 333 000 or
Prince Charles says “these [local] papers, of a huge range of differing views about
experience for our forest and wildlife officers online at https://www.crimestoppersvic.
and hundreds like them around the country, an issue, do it quickly and know the right
to find dead platypus or rakali in yabby nets com.au/report-a-crime/.
highlight so many of the important aspects questions to ask of the right people at the
of local community life in a way that no right time.”
other media could hope to do,” in a letter to Gordon local and Ballan Farmers’ Market
the organisers of Local Newspaper Week, committee member Tim Dowdell agrees that
according to Press Gazette. local papers provide a mechanism to allow
Local Newspaper Week is an annual event community members to be heard and to get
celebrating the role local papers play in their message across.
communities across Great Britain held for “Local papers are crucial to the ongoing
the past 20 years. functioning of any vibrant and inclusive
“Sometimes, a good local newspaper community. They ensure that [residents] are
communicates the aspirations or concerns kept informed of what is happening around
of the local community to a wider audience, them thus allowing them to get involved in
putting local issues on the national agenda.” community events if they so desire,” says Mr
While Prince Charles’ comment “local Dowdell.
journalism is about giving communities “I could not imagine how a community
a voice and empowering people with the could thrive without a fully effective local
knowledge to make informed decisions” paper.”
pertains to the British press, it is also relevant The Moorabool News editor Helen Tatchell
to Victorian country papers says Victorian is on the same page as the Prince of Wales.
Country Press chairman Damien Tresize. “Country newspapers keep a community
“Local people still trust their local newspaper connected. Free independent publications
(more than they trust the national media) provide a voice and a lasting platform for
to tell them what’s really going on in their community organisations and offer not
neighbourhood, and at a time when they only value for readers, but local business
can choose hundreds of different sources advertisers,” says Ms Tatchell.

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

Dear Editor, fine for killing a Wedge Tail is $8,000 and 6
The controversial chinese owned Yaloak months jail. Let’s see what happens to S.P.I.C.
South windfarm is now open for business. China for the same offence.
Just like they assured the locals you would Unbelievably they want lambing to
hardly see or hear it. They forgot to mention commence under the turbines, which would
that was if you were living on the moon. be the same as putting your dog’s dinner
Worse still they are currently applying to bowl on the other side of the Monash freeway
council to drastically cut down on a permit at peak hour. As usual they claim they can
condition requiring strict monitoring of manage that.
Wedge Tail Eagle fatalities of which they are If anyone enjoys watching these majestic
expecting up to 10 per year. Recent horrific birds in this prime location, best be quick.
news from Gippsland where approximately Kevin Ramholdt
100 Wedge tails were poisoned tells us the Glenmore
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Hangar purpose built Feedback on trains gathered
By Kate Taylor
By Carol Saffer Moorabool residents have used council consultation to
speak out against a proposal to electrify the rail line from
Just as the Melbourne Convention Melbourne to Bacchus Marsh.
and Exhibition Centre is commonly re- Councillors had voted at the April council meeting to defer
ferred to as Jeff’s Shed, the new hangar a decision on whether or not to endorse a strategy proposed
opened at Bacchus Marsh airfield is af- by the Ballarat Rail line Action Group, which included
fectionately now known as JBs Shed. advocating to extend electrification of the line to Bacchus
The hangar is not only named after Marsh, until the community was consulted.
the late John Buchanan, the Geelong Consultation with the community was then undertaken by
Gliding Club member who donated the council, however face-to-face surveys of commuters at the
funds and drove the project, it is also Bacchus Marsh Railway Station were delayed by V/Line’s
his final resting place. approval process for occupying V/Line land.
On Saturday 2 June, Mr Buchanan’s Six sessions were held at the station, as well as 175 responses
having been made through council’s Have Your Say website.
ashes were interred in a small garden
next to the building, with a shrub “Of the 175 responses received to date, 134 made clear
comment in their feedback that they did not support
planted in his memory.
electrification of the rail line to Bacchus Marsh. Seventeen
Mr Buchanan was the shed’s owner- responses were in favour of electrification of the rail line
builder until his untimely death in 2016. to Bacchus Marsh, and 25 responses were more general in
He kept a very close eye on the building nature and did not specifically identify with the electrification
progress, spending hours standing out issue,” read a report tabled at the June 6 meeting.
in the cold, windy weather during his “In conclusion the consultation has shown residents
battle with cancer. are not supportive of V/Line electrifying the rail line to
The building, unfinished at the time A painting of the late John Buchanan was unveiled by family at the official opening Bacchus Marsh. Increased travel times are a concern to those
of Mr Buchanan’s death was completed of JBs shed (hangar) at Bacchus Marsh Aerodrome. Photo - submitted commuters currently travelling by train, with poorer carriage
when his family and executor of his es- amenities a barrier to commuter support for the proposal.”
enough to allow club members to as- from the Commonwealth to the Shire
tate, Colin Puts, contributed the neces- $15,000 has been included in council’s draft budget for
semble and de-rig gliders out of the of Moorabool many years ago. 2018/19 to continue to engage with the community on rail
sary funds. weather as well as enabling the Aus- “JB played an active role in the man- line issues.
Geelong Gliding Club president Mike tralian Glider Museum to store some of agement of the airfield over many Council will use the BRAC-prepared advocacy documents,
Durrant shared some of Mr Buchanan’s their exhibits and house a new gliding years, including many hours mowing however they have been re-written to remove support for the
history. simulator,”
Geelong GlidingMr
ClubDurrant
Inc Publicsaid. the grass,” Mr Durrant said. electrification to Bacchus Marsh, in its lobbying for upgrades
“JB wanted to create an area where the As one of the key gliding representa- Past and present members of all three to the rail line.
club’s pilots could learn the art of main- 0
tives at the airfield, Mr Buchanan was
0
gliding clubs housed at Bacchus Marsh Advocacy will begin soon with BRAC having launched its
taining gliders and their trailers. actively involved in the negotiations airfield attended the opening of the campaign this month, with state and federal elections due
“The building was designed large transferring ownership of the airfield new hangar. this year.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL ROAD CLOSURES
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 4 July, 2018 in the V/Line will shortly be completing level crossing renewal works in Ingliston and Maddingley.
Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Please note this will cause the following road closures:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • Gilletts Lane, Ingliston - 7.00am Saturday 16 June to 7.00pm Sunday 17 June.
• Ironbark Road, Ingliston - 7.00am Saturday 16 June to 7.00pm Wednesday 20 June.
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL • Osborne Street, Maddingley - 6am Monday 18 June to 1.00pm Tuesday 19 June.
There will be a Special Meeting of Council held in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, on For more information, go to www.vline.com.au
Wednesday 20 June, 2018 commencing at 6.00pm.
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows: JUSTICE OF PEACE AT LERDERDERG LIBRARY
DID YOU KNOW ... there is a document signing station available at Lerderderg Library in
1. Consideration of Submissions to the Budget 2018/19.
Bacchus Marsh every Wednesday between 10am and 1pm?
2. Consideration of Submissions to the Council Plan 2018/19.
A registered JP will be available to certify documents, witness statutory declarations, affidavits,
3. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council. enduring power of attorney or signatures. JPs do not charge for this service. No appointments
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public and members of the necessary.
public are most welcome to attend.
BACCHUS MARSH LOCAL AREA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT STUDY
COMMITTEE MEETING Phase 2 Community Consultation
The next committee meeting of Council will be of the Development Assessment Committee, held Council is undertaking a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study within a precinct of
in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, on Wednesday 20 June, 2018, commencing Bacchus Marsh in order to manage the traffic impacts and road safety on local roads within the
at 4.00pm. area.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Recently, residents were asked to provide their input and assist in identifying the key traffic
issues within the area, as well as validating some of the issues previously raised. From this
FIRE PREVENTION MITIGATION WORKS - SPRINGBANK ROAD GORDON feedback a draft LATM Plan has been prepared for further consultation with the community.
Council and Emergency Services work throughout the year to prepare Moorabool Shire for the A copy of the draft plan is available to view at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations
coming fire season. Part of this work involves the management and maintenance of Strategic and residents are able to provide comments on the proposed treatments via the link to the
Fire Suppression Roads within the municipality. Springbank Road Gordon, is such a road. interactive map until 5.00pm Tuesday 3 July.
Council has engaged contractors to facilitate the removal of blackberry and woody weed In addition to this, the following drop in sessions will be held, to allow residents to view the plan,
infestations on Springbank road between Old Corbetts Road and Spargo Creek road. The ask questions and have conversations around the recommendations. Bookings are not required
and residents can attend at any time during the sessions.
works are expected to run from Monday 25 June 2018 to Friday 29 June 2018.
Tuesday 19 June 2018: 4.00pm – 7.00pm, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh
Due to the nature of the works and the machinery involved, Springbank road will be
Tuesday 26 June 2018: 4.00pm – 7.00pm, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh
closed to through traffic. Detours will be in place while works are underway. The area included in the study is:
Local traffic and residents living on Springbank road will still be able to access the area affected by
the works. The completion of this project will enable council to conduct fenceline to fenceline
slashing prior to the coming fire season in line with the prescriptions set out in the Municipal
Fire Management plan.
For questions regarding the works or road closures, please contact Council’s Municipal Fire
Management Officer or Natural Resource Management Officer on 5366 7100.

TENDER
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
Tender Number Tender Description
C37-2017/2018 Arboricultural Services
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 9 June 2018 at
www.tenderlink.com/moorabool. For further details on the study, please contact Council on 5366 7100.

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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Court in action
By Caitlin Bewley over the speed limit on St saga. two attempts. The third at-
(Work Exp Swinburne Uni) Patrick’s Day this year. Similar situations then oc- tempt was sufficient, but it
The accused was traveling curred in the same month, showed her breath contained
A Parwan farmer contested east bound on the Western all resulting in the accused alcohol.
his fine in the Bacchus Marsh Freeway towards Ballan, in pulling out shrubs and The defence lawyer told the
court for failing to wear a a 110/kph zone, when the leaving them disembodied court police gave his client
seat belt whilst driving. measured speed was record- on the protected person’s two options and unfortu-
Magistrate Gregory Robin- ed at 157/kph. driveway. nately “she took the wrong
son heard on Friday 1 June “I was going home from On October 30, the accused one.”
the Parwan man was fined work,” he told the court, and was arrested but not charged
by police on November 30 “my mind wasn’t in the right Police instructed the ac-
due to suspected mental
last year; but he had a good place.” cused to accompany them
health issues.
reason. Magistrate Gregory Rob- to the Bacchus Marsh police
The defence lawyer said the
The accused claimed he inson said, “you must have station to undergo another
elderly woman acted in this
wasn’t wearing his seatbelt seen you were going much breath test where she may
manner because the “dogs
for “about 200 metres” be- be charged with drink driv-

Know your pasture grass
faster than everyone else?” are annoying”.
cause there was a fire on the The vehicle was impounded ing. If she refused to attend
Magistrate Gregory Rob-
farm near the land he was with the accused copping she may be summoned to
inson handed the woman a
working that he wanted to a further fine of $600 on appear in court and face a By Helen Tatchell
12-month good behaviour
diffuse, after a tractor slash- top of a 12-month license possible two-year license
ing the roadside sparked the bond. What is native pasture and how do we manage it?
disqualification. disqualification. She refused
fire on a hot and blustery “If you break the order, you Australian agronomist and Senior Research Scientist with
Magistrate Robinson to attend.
day. will be resentenced,” he said. Agriculture Victoria Dr Meredith Mitchell can tell you all
warned the accused not to “My client had a few drinks
“With respect your Honour drive without a license. you need to know at a workshop on this very subject.
••• at lunchtime and needed to
I believe the policeman was Dr Mitchell will be the guest speaker on Saturday 16 June at
••• give her daughter a lift be- the Port Phillip and Western Port CMA workshop on native
just having a bad day,” he A 47-year-old woman,
An intervention order didn’t fore the police stopped her. It grasses and pasture management.
said. charged with refusal to un-
stop an elderly woman from was a routine licence check,” Myrniong resident and PPWPCMA Environmental Projects
The gallery in the court gig- dergo a breath test, has suf-
tearing her neighbour’s front the defence said. Coordinator Emma Muir, is taking bookings and offering
gled when Magistrate Rob- yard apart, one shrub at a fered the consequences.
Magistrate Gregory Robin- more information to Moorabool residents.
inson replied with “maybe time. Prosecutor Lisa Schoe-
he [the policeman] had a son said it was “not a booze “The workshop will be held at the Parwan CFA shed and Dr
Having lived at her home maker told the court that
bus” and the accused was Mitchell will provide a talk on the importance of our native
quota to get?” on December 9 last year,
for over ten years, the court grasses, their management and how to mitigate threats.
Court was adjourned so the female was seen driv- “pursued for a bit” so “the
heard she was fed up with “There will also be a field walk that includes plant identifica-
the accused and prosecutor ing a black BMW on Fitzroy police must have been scep-
the constant barking coming tion,” Ms Muir said.
could discuss the matter and Street, Darley. tical” about the woman’s
from her neighbour’s dogs Representatives from Victorian Serrated Tussock Working
charges with an outcome yet night and day. The accused was pulled driving.
Party will also be in attendance.
to be determined. over by police and asked The two-year licence dis-
It was alleged the accused The workshop will run from 10am-2pm, is a free event and
••• entered the neighbour’s to present her license and qualification was imposed includes lunch. The Parwan CFA shed is on Exford road
A man living in Tarneit property on October 9 2017, a random breath test was along with a $500 fine for Parwan.
originally from South Sudan and damaged three shrubs, conducted. refusal to undergo a breath Bookings and enquiries to Emma Muir on 0437 195 511 or
was caught speeding 47kph the beginning of an ongoing The woman failed the first test. email emma.muir@ppwcma.vic.gov.au.

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Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club B3 Community
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Ballan & District Community House 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Bacchus Marsh.
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Ballan Anglers Inc Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 0400 003 936.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
enrolments - 5367 1061. Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
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Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Church of the Living God
MEETINGS Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
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Modern Home To Suit The Whole Family Does time of
year reflect
sales?
at least 400. Surf Coast had
three quarters where sales
were 30 per cent or more of
annual. Bass Coast and East
Gippsland had two, Latrobe,
Macedon Ranges and Wel-
lington had one each, while
Mildura and Baw Baw had
none. Only four of these
municipalities had a quarter
where the share of annual
sales fell below 20 per cent of
21 Tate Street, Darley GIL KING
the annual.
CEO, REIV In areas regarded as more
Price: $590,000 - $630,000
As the old tourism adver- seasonal, properties have
This single level residence is tailor-made tising campaign entreated, been tightly held. In Alpine,
for modern day family living and effortless ‘you’ll love every piece of two June quarters and one
entertaining. With a smartly conceived Victoria’. September quarter over the
five years were above the
floorplan that makes perfect sense. Situated Well, that might depend
30 per cent of annual, while
in the prestigious Grantleigh Estate on on the time of year when
none dipped below 20 per
one visits a particular place.
approximately 840m2 parcel of land with a cent. In the Mansfield region,
The volume of visitors to
21m frontage every region increases and
where sales have averaged
just over 60 per year, there
decreases according to the
have been seven thirty-plus
seasons. One might expect
(spread across the year) and
real estate sales would re-
three twenty-minus quarters
flect that. But do they?
(twice in a September and
Over the past five calendar once in a March quarter).
years, Greater Geelong, Bal- The most stable sales,
larat and Greater Bendigo where the difference across
are the only municipalities five years was the small-
in regional Victoria that est between the busiest and
have averaged more than a slowest quarters, occurred
thousand house sales per in Ballarat and Baw Baw, fol-
year. lowed by Mildura, Greater
Dividing those sales into 20 Bendigo and Hepburn. In
quarter-years, we see that in these and some other areas,
Geelong, just two quarters it seems that supply drives
of the 20 saw sales hit 30 sales more than the seasons
per cent of the annual. Ben- do. By contrast, ebbs and
digo had just one quarter flows were more apparent
that reached the same mark, in those places where sales
while Ballarat had none. were minimal.
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Arbee Real Estate
AUCTION 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 49 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 15 3 2 2

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bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to the Main St & with fantastic views. 3 bedrooms, master with BIR and
15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the full ens plus a door to the rear deck, large lounge, spacious meals area,
best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD. kitchen with gas stove, rangehood & dishwasher. Gas ducted heating &
2 x RC split systems. Double garage with rolladoor front & back.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION 14th July at 11.00am FOR SALE $490,000-$520,000
NEW LISTING CONTACT
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AUCTION 20 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 73 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1

‘The Little Blue House On The Hill’
Charming home has ‘cottage feel’, on a large 780m² approx. 22 metres
of Main St frontage, easement free, on quiet service road. Set in

SOLD
established gardens & bordered by tightly held established homes & a
Southern Rural water reserve. 3 bedrooms, all with BIRs & good quality
carpet, light filled bathroom, blackwood timber kitchen with leadlight
overhead cupboards, lounge with open fire place.
INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $390,000-$420,000
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4 2 2

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Prime Location! Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen & meals area. Suit home buyer looking for a renovation project in a great location WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard
or STCA developer searching for townhouse site. Approx. 760m2 within walking distance to all facilities. Attend one of our Open for space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with
Inspections or also available for inspection by appointment take the time to check this one out. Terms - 10% Deposit, Balance 60 Days. internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the
backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block.
INSPECT Saturday 16th June 11.00-11.30am
AUCTION Saturday 23rd June at 11.00am 3 1 2
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 INSPECT Saturday 16th June 1.00-1.30pm
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au FOR SALE $550,000-$570,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 2 Caspar Place, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3 Benson Valley Road, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2

Ideal Dream Home Site 835m² Of Peace In Grantleigh!
This terrific corner block of approx. 588m2 is located in the sought Situated in the sought after Grantleigh Estate is your new block to
after Stonehill Estate. Surrounded by quality homes this is the ideal build the family dream home. A flat 835m² allotment, tucked away

SOLD
location to build your dream home. Just a short drive to Maddingley on Benson Valley Road, you’ll be close to everything yet far from the
Park, Secondary College and Grammar School, and the Railway hustle & bustle of passing traffic. This block comes with pristine views
Station. Make your enquiries today. of the Gully & the rolling hills of the Lerderderg State Park.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $275,000-$285,000 FOR SALE $400,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Liam Gair 0407 385 297
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley
Rutherford Business Park
4 2 4
Ranging in various sizes from 150m2 to 218m2, these innovative
5.5 Acres Close To Town designs offer: Three phase power. A collection of versatile
workspaces in a bespoke gated development ideal for small
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive businesses, tradesmen, SMSFs & Investors. Architecturally
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, designed. Lofty clear span warehouse. Loading bays. Container
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge height rollerdoors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security.
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater. Electronic security gates. On site car parking. Staff amenities.
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding. Excellent depreciation benefits.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE!
YPA Bacchus Marsh

NOW OPEN
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Maddingley 93 Stonehill Drive 4 2 2
Essence in the Stonehill Estate
This exciting piece of modern day real estate is positioned in and ensuite finished with deluxe builders upgrades such Private Sale $548,000 - $578,000
the highly sought-after seclusion of Essence in the Stonehill as tiled shower base, floor to ceiling tiles as well as inbuilt Inspect Saturday 16th June 12.00–12:30pm
Estate, boasting one of the estate’s best positioned larger wall niche in shower, also includes open modern kitchen Photo ID required
blocks at 755m2 (approx.) and family/meals area, with formal front lounge plus double Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
This wonderful home comprises of 4 bedrooms all with built garage with drive through access giving you the option to Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
in robes, master bedroomThinking
equipped with offullSelling?
Walk in Robe Call Vickie
maximise the Ramon 0403
use of your 755m2 194block
(approx.) 621 or Shane O’Brien
of land! 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE!
YPA Bacchus Marsh

NOW OPEN
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Brookfield 45 Cahill Drive 4 2 2
Large Block 700m2 approx. in Brookfield
This beautifully presented home is the pride of the owner, offers plenty of room for the car with rear access, alfresco Private Sale $540,000 - $580,000
and will make the next family enjoy it for many years to area, and generous garden area set on an approx.700m2
Inspect Saturday 16th June 12.00–12:30pm
come. Large living room, spacious kitchen and family/ allotment. In a highly convenient location in Brookfield. This Photo ID required
meals area provide total comfort, complemented by wonderful home needs to be inspected to be appreciated,
Contact Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621
four bedrooms all with built in robes, ducted heating, location close to all local amenities. Alannah Shea 0412 856 347
evaporative cooling andThinking ofdouble
a split system. A Selling?
garage Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE!
YPA Bacchus Marsh

NOW OPEN
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Hopetoun Park 22 Riverview Drive 6 3 10
The Complete Dream Home
Designed and built for today’s lifestyle, this iconic Hopetoun Upon entering your 60sq (approx.) home, you are opened Private Sale $1,300,000 - $1,400,000
Park property not only offers luxury and demands attention, up to the perfect sun drenched atmosphere with elite
Inspect Saturday 16th June 1.00–1:30pm
but also gives you picturesque views for miles and miles of modern upgrades throughout. Perfect neutral palette is Photo ID required
the incredible Werribee River. This custom built home sets a complimented throughout with luxury inclusions and
Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
new benchmark for home design! architectural features. Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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Introducing Alannah Shea to
INTRODUCING OURMarsh
YPA Bacchus NEW OFFICE!
YPA Bacchus Marsh
With over 6 years experience in real estate, Alannah is
well versed in all aspects of the real estate business.
Friendly and bubbly by nature, Alannah understands
the complexity of the buying and selling process

NOW OPEN
and endeavours to make it an enjoyable
experience for both vendors and purchasers.
Meeting a variety of people on a day to day basis
is never dull, she loves keeping busy and is eager
to keep learning new things and developing new
skills. Alannah believes you need to be persistent
and work hard to get what you want in life and
surround yourself with a positive environment.
Alannah is 6th Generation to Bacchus Marsh and
Same Network | Same Passion | New Location
her family have lived in the immediate area for
decades. “I have lived here my whole life, I went
to school here and did local sports. It’s a fantastic
place to live with a great close knit community,
that’s what I love about this town”
In her spare time Alannah
enjoys spending time with her
family, friends and competing
nationwide with her horses.

E: alannahs@ypa.com.au
M: 0412 856 347

Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082

YPA BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333
4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
Trade & Business
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ANTENNAS ANTENNAS
LOCAL EXPRESS ANTENNAS
TRADE • Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas
• Digital Ready Antennas
& BUSINESS • Digital Set Top Boxes
• Amplifiers
DIRECTORY • TV & VCR Tuning
• Extra Points
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& COMMERCIAL • Qualified and experienced mechanics ■ Mobile Service available
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■ Material handling repairs & maintenance
Sales Service • Tyre supply & puncture repairs AFTER HOURS 24/7 SERVICING Engineering
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Authorised by The Australian Refrigeration Council AU 34822 • Oils, filters, coolants available for purchase Call Simon 0419 750 753 • Security Bars and Grills • CCTV
• VACC accredited • All Security needs • On-site welding
0411 649 321  • 24/7 breakdown towing available
COURTESY CAR AVAILABLE
Located in Wallace
11 Kennedy Place, Maddingley
53686363  115 Inglis Street Ballan Phone 0418 379 265
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CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING CATERING ENGINEERING
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CATERING - Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
“Food fit for a King” - Hydraulic Hoses & Fittings - Powder Coating
Senior Corporate functions, - Sand Blasting - Custom Fabrication - Welding
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- Steel Sales - Engineering Supplies
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TECHNICIAN All areas Phone Dianne
Qualified Chef PH: 5367 1141
Steve 0490 387 657 0428 682 366 AH: 0418 301 841
www.greendalecleaning.com.au 0407 847 781 didebono@itaus.net www.rosscoengineering.com.au

BUILDING AND HOME MAINTENANCE / FARM SERVICES

Modern day maintenance for your home, farm or rural property
♦ Kitchen and bathroom renovations ♦ Small excavation & trenching FREE
QUOTES:
♦ Home and building maintenance ♦ Augur drilling, post holes, footings H.I.A.
♦ Verandahs and decking ♦ Bobcat & dingo services Builders
♦ Horse and animal shelters ♦ Driveways & yard maintenance Licence
Accredited
♦ New fencing and fence maintenance ♦ Need something done? JUST ASK!
Call Steve: 5360 8394 Mobile: 0499 102 139 www.bascotrading.com.au

ELECTRICIAN ELECTRICIAN ELECTRICIAN EXCAVATION

■ Industrial/Automation ■ Solar Power/Solar Hot Water
• Split systems ■ Commercial ■ Energy Management ◆ COMMERCIAL
Bobcat & Small Tipper
• New Installations
• Renovations ■ Residential ■ Free LED lighting ◆ INDUSTRIAL
◆ RESIDENTIAL Site Clean Up
• Pat Testing 2 Osborne Street, Bacchus Marsh

Ph: 5368 2001
• 24 Hour Emergency Service CALL CHRIS TABB & General Earthworks
E: flowsmartelectrical@hotmail.com
Mob 0419 397 393 Weekend Work
W: www.flowsmartelec.com.au
M: 0433 348 403 www.keemin.com.au REC 5096 ballaneeelectrical@bigpond.com Ph Steve 0439 476 966

EXCAVATION FENCING FENCING

A 2B EARTHWORKS Peter Fry
Excavator, Bobcat & Tipper ■Farm ■Equine
✸ All types of fencing ✸ Retaining walls
✸ Driveways ✸ Tree/Waste Removal
Fencing Pty Ltd ■Chain Mesh ■Timber
■Colorbond ■All Types
Farm Fencing
✸ Post holes & footings ✸ Horse Arenas
✸ Rock Walls ✸ Trenching Grass Slashing
✸ Dams ✸ Redgum Firewood
No job too small. Reliable service and competitive rates. Phone: 5367 1909 Mobile: 0419 112 862
Ben: 0427 341 908
Phone Andrew 0439 681 120 Adam: 0428 519 855
Trade & Business
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FLORIST GARAGE DOORS GARDENING GARDENING SERVICES

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• Lawn Mowing & Edging • Gardens Maintained
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by Mel *Eftpos Available • Mulching, Fertilising • Fully Insured
• Rubbish Removed
• Instant Turf Laid
Flowers for all occasions Call Andrew 0417 385 483
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Phone 0437 899 417 or 0407 636 345
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E: twobirdsgardenservices@gmail.com Matt 0422 115 615

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Herbicide Application • Verandahs & decking
Weed Spraying & Trees Trimmed
Planting, Repotting, New Mulch
• Rubbish Removal • Gutter Cleaning
• Instant Lawn • Landscaping • Paving
your house
Garden Maintenance • Tiling • Plastering Shade Cloth Replacement • Small tree trimming & removal For Sale
• Bathroom renovations Fence Toppers Fitted • Painting “WE DO IT ALL”
Property Maintenance
Mobile: 0458 831 657
Pressure Washing of Concrete
Brad: 0427 725 192 Free Quotes
Mob: 0439 476 966 FRANK 0427 184 808 fixit.wedoitall@gmail.com

LAWYER MOTOR WRECKERS PAINTING

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Do you need a Will, Power of Attorney or Advance Care Directive?
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Are you buying, selling or leasing a property?

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PLUMBING PLUMBING PLUMBING RUBBISH REMOVAL SEPTIC CLEANING

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• Pump sales and service WE’RE LOCAL • Septic Tanks
and Daylesford • Hot water sales and installation
• New Homes & Alterations PH 0418 145 316 • Triple Interceptors
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& SURROUNDING SUBURBS Ph: (03) 5367 3016

SMASH REPAIRS STONEMASON STOCKFEED TRANSPORT TILER
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25kg bag • Floor and Wall
STONEMASONS
BALLARAT Oaten Chaff $14
-VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed & All District Cemeteries Lucerne Chaff $20 • Household
-Courtesy Car available by appointment
- Repairer for all insurance companies
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Headstones & Monuments Oats $11, Barley $11 • Commercial
- Low Bake Oven for Factory Finish
- Car-o-liner chassis straightener
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- Dustless sanding - Spot welder Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669 Phone orders – • FREE measure & quote
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Ph: (03) 5368 2888 Also Stone Benchtops (at Ballan Farmers Market Call Stuart on
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- Saturday 14 July)
0400 642 727
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TOWN PLANNERS TREE LOPPING TREE REMOVAL WATER WASTEWATER
Tiger Natural Wastewater
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LOPPING & Pty Ltd
For Swimming Pools,
REMOVAL Supply, Service
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• Subdivisions Won’t be beaten on price Tree Trimming & Felling Stock, of Wastewater
• Rural Dwellings All work GUARANTEED Stump Removal Treatment Systems
Mulching Service Roadworks Hire
• Commercial Development and INSURED 155 Inglis St, Ballan
Fully Insured Call Gary McTigue
Free Quotation & Same Day Service
Phone Allan Fenwick
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Ph: 5368 2410
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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
Classified ad bookings close 12PM Friday.
Bookings on (03) 5368 1966 or by email —
sales@themooraboolnews.com.au
Email must include full contact details or
advertisement cannot be placed.
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM FUNERALS GARAGE SALE MISSING EMPLOYMENT
Sunday 17th June
Dixon, Gordon Kim Allen Prime 8am till late Get fit and earn $$$
Passed away 04/11/1951 - 10/06/2015 2 houses WALKERS
15 June 2017 Treasuring the 44 & 46 Grant Street,
WANTED

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Bacchus Marsh
Always loved, memories. MISSING “Bontie”
Furniture, books, To deliver
2yo male Hungarian Vizsla
never forgotten. My darling, you are electrical, bric-a-brac, dog. Slipped collar but catalogues in:
loved and remembered catering equipment, office microchipped.
Patty, Debbie, Leanne, Ballan &
chairs, shelving, Fowlers Missing since morning of
Peter, Robin (dec.), every day. vacola preserving kit with Bacchus Marsh
Tues 29th May from Pound
Tracy (dec.) and Missing you, jars, camping equipment, Creek Rd, Navigators. Call Sue
Love Marilyn. household and much much Please contact Wayne on 0419 383 067
families. more. 0418 325 381

FUNERALS PUBLIC NOTICE TUITION MUSIC FOR SALE
Music Lessons

PAT CASHIN All Instruments * All Styles
Beginner to Advanced * All Ages
Dance Classes
FIREWOOD
Red Gum,
FUNERALS Ballan Bowling Club
Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop
PreSchool through to Adults
Acting Classes
For Stage, Screen & General
Piano Lessons
piano & keyboard
beginner guitar
Iron Bark, Box,
Common
1114 Doveton St. Nth, Annual General Meeting Confidence double bass Ready to burn
Sunday 17th June Performing Arts Headquarters (Gordon)
Ballarat 1.30pm at Clubrooms 5 Grant St, Bacchus Marsh Tim Nelson 5368 9066
All Welcome Ph 5367 6864 info@pahq.com.au 0450 904 464
Ph: 5333 3911
All Hours FUNERALS EMPLOYMENT

Full seartveicceost
at moder 150 years of service to the Shires of Hepburn and Moorabool Occasional Childcare Coordinator
& Surrounds. Pre-paid & Pre-planned funerals available. Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Inc. requires a
part-time Childcare Coordinator, 14 hours per week, Thursdays and
Andrew Nuske and Alica Kay
Fridays during school terms for a fixed term to December 14th, 2018,
24 Bridport Street, Daylesford
with the possibility of extension into 2019. Diploma in Children’s
EMPLOYMENT info@vereyfuneraldirectors.com
Services and other relevant certificates required.
www.vereyfuneraldirectors.com.au
Applications to the Manager, DNHLC, PO Box 566, Bacchus Marsh or
5348 2762 ALL HOURS info@dnhlc.org.au Position Description available on request. Phone
Individual and Personal Goodbyes 5367 4390 or by email. Applications close 12 pm, 22nd June 2018.

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HC DRIVERS WANTED
Full Time and Casual positions available
Closters Bulk Haulage is a well-established bulk
logistics company suppling quarry materials throughout OFFICE 15 Haddon Drive, Ballan, 3342
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OFFICE HOURS Tuesday to Friday, 9am – 5pm
Due to increased demand, we require experienced drivers
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Bacchus Marsh. PHONE (03) 5368 1966
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Lost and Found Team
13&Under
CH Netball League Ladder
% PTS Team
C Grade
% PTS Tabcorp Park
1 Buninyong ...................32 476.67
2 Carngham ..................32 343.08
1 Learmonth ...................32 262.14
2 Newlyn ........................28 190.00 Friday 8 June
3 Creswick . ...................28 158.33 3 Bungaree . ..................28 184.46
4 Hepburn ....................28 141.67 4 Hepburn ....................28 184.04
5 Dunnstown ..................24 139.52 5 Springbank ................28 172.62
6 Springbank ................18 108.23 6 Buninyong ...................24 127.57
7 Skipton ......................16 101.55 7 Gordon ........................24 112.38
8 Newlyn ........................16 97.87 8 Clunes .........................16 106.67
9 Beaufort .....................16 70.07 9 Ballan ..........................16 83.41
10 Bungaree . ..................12 120.39 10 Dunnstown ..................12 88.04
11 Learmonth ...................12 93.59 11 Daylesford .................12 68.60
12 Daylesford .................12 63.87 12 Creswick . ...................10 83.47
13 Smythesdale ..............10 83.75 13 Carngham ..................10 79.14
14 Gordon ........................10 79.29 14 Rokewood ....................8 82.89
15 Ballan ............................8 67.29 15 Skipton ........................4 71.28
16 Clunes ...........................8 61.97 16 Waubra . ........................4 67.94
17 Rokewood ....................6 39.71 17 Beaufort .......................4 54.83
‘Pudding’ Female British 18 Waubra . ........................0 8.49 18 Smythesdale ................0 11.41
Short Hair cross ‘Diva’ Female Domestic
Tabby approximately Short Tabby and White  15&Under B Grade
4 years. Available for approximately 2 years. 1 Bungaree . ..................32 435.00 1 Learmonth ...................32 247.68
Adoption Available for Adoption 2 Buninyong ...................32 400.00 2 Newlyn ........................32 186.39
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7 Ballan ..........................20 123.33
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11 Creswick . .....................8 69.59 12 Creswick . ...................12 109.01
12 Waubra . ........................8 50.23 13 Dunnstown ..................12 108.74
13 Beaufort .......................6 50.44 14 Skipton ........................8 92.92
14 Dunnstown ....................6 50.21 15 Rokewood ....................8 68.66
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8 Dunnstown ..................20 107.88 8 Ballan ..........................16 126.57
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– Moorabool Pet 10 Beaufort .....................12 77.27 10 Dunnstown ..................16 107.73
Adoption. 11 Clunes .........................12 67.21 11 Rokewood ..................16 86.02
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Devils prevail under sufferance
early third quarter challenge In form Darley captain key link in many of the Dev-
from the winless Panthers Shane Page led the way ils’ forward thrusts.
who were within nine points across half back in a best on The bye couldn’t come at a
and threatening of an upset. ground performance. Page’s better time for the reigning
A midriff complaint to Mat- decision making and ability premiers. While most play-
thew Young saw him assist- to control tempo in transi- ers in the competition look
ed from the ground midway tion was a highlight. He was forward to letting their hair
through the third term add- crucial, often the first pos- down over their bye week,
ing further concern to the session winner on the coun- the Devils appear more
Devils camp but he later re- ter attack setting up the likes likely to rest up, lick their
turned to play out the match. of Luke Delahey, Corey Cul- wounds and keep their sea-
len and Lachlan Herring out son on track. They’re fifth
Darley rallied with their
of defence and Steven Ken- on the ladder, sit four (wins)
backs to the wall and put
nedy through the middle. and three (losses) and will
pay to any thought of a boil-
over booting 11 of the last 14 Jordan Spiteri (3 goals) had play six of their remaining
goals for the game. his best game for the year. ten games against top four
by Todd Whelan His tackling pressure in
Devils coach Heath Scot- opposition.
the first quarter was excep- Destiny calls, it’s in their
land was proud of the way
A WOUNDED DARLEY tional, resulting in two goal own hands.
his boys finished the game
will limp into their Round assists. Spiteri was busy all
off. The Devils will travel up
eight bye despite a morale day, relishing in his oppor-
“I’m fully aware Melton the highway for their next
boosting 66-point win over tunity to rotate through the
South were undermanned match, a meeting with Bal-
Melton South at Darley Park midfield in the absence of
(missing Fevola, Golby and larat (ninth) on Saturday
last Saturday. Brian Graham.
Houghton) but it was pleas- week.
The emphatic win was Devils hard nut Luther
ing for us to win the way we DARLEY 6.3-39 7.8-50
soured by the injuries to Baker was never far away
did with no bench,” he said. 11.15-81 19.21-135
key players; Leigh Spiteri from the contest. Baker
(knee) and ruckman Dylan “Individuals who’d been (three behinds) brought his defeated
Reid (hamstring) in the first previously down found usual effort, had plenty of it MELTON SOUTH 3.2-20
half. The injuries came on some form for us, hopefully and could well have kicked 5.4-34 7.5-47 10.9-69
the back of late withdraw- we can improve another 15 four (goals) had he executed DARLEY (GOALS) H. Inglis
als to star midfielder Brian per cent on that and start better. 4, J. Spiteri 3, J. Edwards 3, J.
Graham (knee) and leading matching it with the top four Luke Delahey’s dash out of Zeestrsaten 2, J. Ancrum 2, J.
defender Darren Leonard sides.” defence was more like the Carrick 2, D. Reid, L. Dela-
(general soreness) pre-game. “We’re still a way off full Delahey we know. He re- hey, M. Hanson.
The Devils, two men down strength so hopefully we can peatedly burned off his op- DARLEY (BEST) S. Page, C.
for the entire second half, get a few back over the com- ponents with his high speed Cullen, L. Delahey, J. Zees-
were able to withstand an ing weeks.” run and carry and was the traten, J. Spiteri, L. Herring

Photos: Tim Saultry

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Ballan Golf Club
The Bacchus Marsh Centre once again participated in the Results - Week ending 9th June 2018.
Benalla Cross Country Open Day over the Queen’s Birthday
Wednesday Stableford – Men’s & Ladies.
weekend. Unfortunately, numbers were extremely low this
Winner Michael Di Fiore (12) 41 points,
year, but those who competed produced some solid results.
R/up Chris Tudor (11) 35 points.
Boys U8 - Deegan Doyle 3rd
Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay.
Girls U11 - Tyra Doyle 4th, Emma Stewart 5th
NTP - 15th Michael Di Fiore.
Boys U11 - Mitchell Wells 5th
Girls U15 - Kirsty Bresnan 2nd Saturday Stableford
Open Men - Sam Stewart 2nd (1500m) 3rd (3000m) (5th Round House Teams)
Open Women - Zoe Wells 4th Winner Don Wickson (13) 37 points,
Overall, Bacchus Marsh placed 7th on the Perpetual points R/up Chris Tudor (11) 35 points on c/b from Bob Arklay (8).
table. NTPs - 12th Michael Di Fiore, 15th Don Wickson.
Next Saturday the Centre Cross Country meet will be held Magpie - 14th Anthony Moore.
BMLAC competitors at Benalla Open Day. Photo - submitted at Egan’s Reserve, Greendale. Balls (2) Don Wickson, Chris Tudor.
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All aboard the Cobra train Team
Seniors
BFL Ladder
% PTS

1 Bacchus Marsh.........185.27 24
By Todd Whelan Liam Mullen led the defence keeping the 2 Sunbury.................... 141.62 24
3 North Ballarat City....140.53 24
Melton score to a paltry 41 in ideal conditions 4 East Point..................128.48 24
BACCHUS MARSH thrashed yet another on the Blood’s home ground. The honest
top four challenger at the weekend, this time defender was prominent again in the votes Ballarat Football League 5 Darley........................121.83 16
6 Melton....................... 114.96 16
dismantling the Melton Bloods to the tune of highlighting his importance to the makeup Results - Round 7 7 Lake Wendouree ......94.87 16
a whopping 108 points. of the Cobras’ back six. 8 Sebastopol.................79.30 12
Seniors 9 Ballarat.........................57.58 8
The Cobras led at every change in what The huge win was marred by the injuries 10 Melton South .............65.65 4
coach Travis Hodgson described as their to Daniel Foley (shoulder), Hamish Coulton Ballarat 12.12 (84) def Redan 10.11 (71) 11 Redan..........................56.93 0
most complete performance of the season. (shoulder) and Billy Griffiths (concussion). Reserves
The shoulder injuries will likely sideline Darley 19.21 (135) def Melton South 10.9 (69) 1 East Point................. 256.68 28
“The opening 45 minutes were an arm
wrestle; credit to Melton but our boys were Foley and Coulton short-mid-term while a East Point 13.15 (93) def Lake Wendouree 11.8 (74) 2 Darley........................219.68 24
return for Griffiths from concussion is un- 3 Bacchus Marsh.........166.08 20
just on fire,” he said. Bacchus Marsh 24.5 (149) def Melton 6.5 (41) 4 Sunbury.................... 131.51 20
Hodgson was humble in his assessment of known given his history. 5 Melton South.............106.60 16
In more encouraging news for the club key Sunbury 14.4 (88) def Sebastopol 7.8 (50) 6 Lake Wendouree....... 80.15 12
the one-sided scoreline.
“We had most of the play through the mid- defender Trent Angwin returned from a foot 7 Redan......................... 74.04 12
injury and got through the match unscathed. Reserves 8 Melton ....................... 71.72 12
field and as a result we were able to get some 9 Sebastopol................. 57.92 12
easy shots on goal, on the back of some low Midfielder Jacob Chisari (delayed concus- Redan 15.6 (96) def Ballarat 10.7 (67) 10 North Ballarat City..... 58.23 8
pressure entries.” sion) has yet to return. 11 Ballarat........................66.78 4
Darley 13.7 (85) def Melton South 10.4 (64)
The efficiency of the league’s number one Bacchus Marsh will be forced to make a few Under 18.5s
changes this week for their round eight clash East Point 12.5 (77) def Lake Wendouree 6.8 (44) 1 East Point...................147.71 28
offensive unit was on show again with their 2 North Ballarat City... 344.85 24
big three deadly around goal. with Redan. But, with change comes oppor- Bacchus Marsh 16.15 (111) def Melton 7.6 (48)
tunity. A chance for the next Cobra to make 3 Lake Wendouree......206.07 24
Jake Owen (six goals), Ben Speight (four Sunbury 15.12 (102) def Sebastopol 5.7 (37) 4 Sunbury....................142.23 24
his mark and put his hand up for a more per- 5 Ballarat...................... 118.35 16
goals) and Aaron Willits (four goals) were
manent role in the team. 6 Darley........................ 114.94 16
the beneficiaries of the Cobras’ midfield Under 18.5s
The Cobras are flying. 7 Melton .........................94.06 8
dominance. Darley 14.12 (96) def Melton South 5.4 (34) 8 Redan...........................71.27 8
Captain Scott Sherlock continued his rich This week’s Apple 98.5FM Match of the
9 Bacchus Marsh............51.23 8
Round is Bacchus Marsh v Redan LIVE from East Point 10.13 (73) def Lake Wendouree 6.2 (38) 10 Melton South...............26.38 4
vein of form, his onfield leadership outstand-
2PM at Maddingley Park. 11 Sebastopol......................0.00 0
ing, while ruckman Daniel Burton again Melton 11.10 (76) def Bacchus Marsh 9.14 (68)
BFL Netball
provided first use. The Burton/Archard duel BACCHUS MARSH 2.3-15 10.3-63 17.4-
in the ruck read pre-game as a mouthwater- 106 24.5-149
ing contest, one that may have had some
influence on the outcome. Burton had three
defeated
MELTON 1.1-7 2.4-16 2.5-17 6.5-41
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League Ladder
Senior Results – Round 7 Team % PTS
opponents throughout the day that told the BACCHUS MARSH (GOALS) J. Owen 6, B. Results – Round 7 A Grade
story, a match up nightmare for the Bloods. Speight 4, A. Willits 4, Del Papa 3, R. Stuh- Club A B C D 19&U E 1 Sunbury .......................154.7 28
Alec Del Papa had his best game for the sea- ldrier 2, Burton 1, Shea, Coulton, King, D. Ballarat 49 46 34 28 42 - 2 East Point ..................132.00 24
Phyland. Redan 42 34 35 31 33 - 3 Lake Wendouree .......125.00 24
son, accumulating plenty of possessions and 4 Bacchus Marsh . ........ 111.62 20
Darley 38 40 50 34 29 22
even more pleasing for coach Hodgson was BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) S. Sherlock, D. Melton South 54 40 38 35 43 29 5 North Ballarat City ..... 113.57 16
the bulky midfielder’s ability to impose his Burton, A. Del Papa, J. Owen, L. Mullen, T. East Point 40 39 20 34 25 21 6 Redan .........................111.93 12
physical presence at the coalface. Shea. Lake Wendouree 47 40 22 36 33 16 7 Sebastopol . ...............100.34 12
Melton 35 44 18 35 41 - 8 Melton South ................97.17 12
Bacchus Marsh 61 29 45 36 19 - 9 Ballarat . .......................88.32 12
Sunbury 54 66 51 38 66 - 10 Darley . .........................62.60 4
Sebastopol 42 28 21 23 10 - 11 Melton ..........................58.22 0
B Grade
1 Sunbury .................... 206.21 28
2 Lake Wendouree ....... 137.31 28
3 East Point ..................138.01 20
BFL Top Goal Kickers 4 Ballarat . ..................... 130.12 20
5 Melton South ...............79.62 14
Seniors 6 Redan ........................101.95 12
7 North Ballarat City .......96.84 12
William Young North Ballarat City................ 32 8 Bacchus Marsh . ..........89.24 12
Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh....................... 28 9 Melton ............................75.72 8
10 Sebastopol . .................70.49 8
Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh ...................... 20 11 Darley .................................... 2
Jake Owen Bacchus Marsh........................16 C Grade
1 Sunbury .....................176.42 24
Reserves 2 Bacchus Marsh . ........150.63 24
Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh........................31 3 Redan ........................130.34 24
4 Lake Wendouree .......133.33 20
Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 20 5 Ballarat . ........................ 120.1 20
6 East Point ...................117.53 16
Jack Powell Bacchus Marsh......................... 9 7 Darley . ....................... 113.36 16
Jake Edwards Darley........................................ 7 8 Melton South .................68.33 8
9 Melton ............................58.61 4
Under 18.5s 10 North Ballarat City .......58.08 4
Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree.....................16 11 Sebastopol ............................. 4
19&Under
Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh........................10 1 Ballarat . .....................175.58 26
Connor Ascough Darley.......................................10 2 Melton South .............140.00 24
3 Melton ........................139.43 24
Photos: Tim Saultry 4 Lake Wendouree ....... 119.02 16
5 Sunbury ..................... 113.83 16
6 East Point ..................109.76 16
7 North Ballarat City .....135.98 14
8 Redan ........................100.42 12
9 Darley . ...........................93.94 8
10 Bacchus Marsh . ..........53.62 4
11 Sebastopol ...................21.55 4
D Grade
1 Lake Wendouree .......160.28 26
2 Bacchus Marsh . ....... 151.39 24
3 Melton ........................152.25 20
4 East Point ..................122.64 20
5 Sunbury ......................112.12 20
6 Darley . .........................82.35 12
7 Sebastopol . .................73.47 12
8 Melton South ............... 87.70 10
9 Redan ............................80.60 8
10 Ballarat . .......................76.95 8
11 North Ballarat City .......55.07 0
E Grade
1 Sebastopol . ............................24
2 Melton South ..........................22
3 Bacchus Marsh . .....................20
4 East Point ...............................20
5 Ballarat . .................................. 16
6 Lake Wendouree .................... 14
7 Darley . .................................... 12
8 Sunbury ....................................4
9 Melton .......................................0
10 North Ballarat City ..................0
11 Redan . ....................................0
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your undivided attention this week.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
A minor financial setback can strike, but major gains in
other spheres are indicated through the week. Sarcastic
comments on the weekend could lead to trouble. An old
admirer may get in touch.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Social evenings through the week can be unexpectedly
rewarding for singles. Marrieds could find this a talka-
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
✯✯✯✯✯✯
tive period. Romance and friendship are favoured from
Thursday on.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Let your partner have the limelight for awhile now, and
★★★★★★★★ content yourself playing a supporting role. Watch your
words - anything you say, even in jest, can be taken
seriously.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Travel, advancement and a stream of surprises are indi- No real pattern emerges this week. Each day seems to
cated now. Avoid controversial topics with loved ones, start a new trend, but the trend seems to go nowhere.
unless you have all the facts - and lots of time. A VIP Actually, it can be a successful week, especially in
could step into the picture. finance, if you take more of the initiative.

TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
A romantic dilemma puzzles you around the weekend, Travel is emphasized and an unplanned detour can turn
but a solution is in reach, provided you’ll try new tac- into a memorable adventure. If ever a Sagittarius has to
tics. There may be possible rivalry with an old friend learn to be diplomatic, this is the time. This is a week
earlier in the week. that you can come to everyone’s rescue.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Give more time now to long range financial goals. Your Friendship worries diminish before the weekend and a
favourite person seems subdued around the weekend, so romantic problem peaks around Saturday - then solves
don’t hesitate to make the first move. The middle of the itself and love is on the upswing. Moody people start
week may be surprisingly social. cheering up, finally.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
The weekend favours getting away from it all with the
NO. 9047 one in your life. Don’t take your job for granted now,
Recent financial difficulties can be resolved at the end
of this week and at last you can get on with postponed
ACROSS DOWN this isn’t the time for coasting. Family matters demand engagements. The problem now is that your work mates
6. Enterprise (10) 1. Whole (6) your undivided attention this week. can be uncommonly stubborn.
8. Crawl (4) 2. Makeshift (7) LEO—July 23-August 22
9. Pant (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
3. Insect (6)
10. Enlarge (5) 4. Violin (6) A minor financial setback can strike, but major gains in Listen and reply to hidden messages concerning love,
11. Title (4) 5. River (France) (5) other spheres are indicated through the week. Sarcastic friendship and your career - they’re everywhere, but you
12. Killer (9) 7. Frighten (5) comments on the weekend could lead to trouble. An old must be nearby to respond. A reunion of sorts is indi-
16. Stingy (9) 13. Limb (3) admirer may get in touch. cated around the weekend.
20. Song (4) 14. Squirm (7) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
22. Intellect (5) 15. Fish (5) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Disease (4) 17. Language (6) Social evenings through the week can be unexpectedly You are fairminded, optimistic and diplomatic. Charm is
24. African (4) 18. Mild (6) rewarding for singles. Marrieds could find this a talka- your middle name and you are also extremely generous,
25. Cudgel (10) 19. Room (6) tive period. Romance and friendship are favoured from sometimes to a fault. A little more conservation, a little
21. Maltreat (5) Thursday on. more patience and a major goal can be realized.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
CRYPTIC PUZZLE Let your partner have the limelight for awhile now, and
ACROSS content yourself playing a supporting role. Watch your

SUDOKU
6. Intend to think about (4,2,4). 8. Promise to take off to words - anything you say, even in jest, can be taken
a hotel (4). 9. It’s stale and that’s categorical (4). 10. seriously.
Pop back again and knock (5). 11. Not sol but the next SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
note, she says (4). 12. Had seperated and didn’t arrive
together (4,5). 16. “Rather crude-looking sandwiches”
is going too far (1,3,5). 20. Crack from Murphy (4). 22. NUMBER GAME
No real pattern emerges this week. Each day seems to
start a new trend, but the trend seems to go nowhere.
Say yes, it’s time to ring again (5). 23. Forced to return Actually, it can be a successful week, especially in
all the way from holland! (4). 24. Completes the top and finance, if you take more of the initiative.
ANSWER BELOW
bottom (4). 25. Got loaded and became bossy (4,6).
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
DOWN Travel is emphasized and an unplanned detour can turn
1. Parent with a girl: a dish (6). 2. “Colonist” in dog Latin into a memorable adventure. If ever a Sagittarius has to
(7). 3. Quickly take a drink and a sleep inside (4,2). 4. learn to be diplomatic, this is the time. This is a week
Very cold and resentful (6). 5. Decorate with gold inside that you can come to everyone’s rescue.
and possibly outside (5). 7. Not agitated, for all that (5).
13. He’ll have a lime, not me! (3). 14. The cat got cold CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
and he turned the heat on (7). 15. A country that has to Friendship worries diminish before the weekend and a
be handled carefully (5). 17. Make a home down under romantic problem peaks around Saturday - then solves
(6). 18. A deep cut right through the fish (6). 19. Switch itself and love is on the upswing. Moody people start
the coins (6). 21. Dough is something a jewel thief won’t cheering up, finally.
steal (5). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Recent financial difficulties can be resolved at the end
of this week and at last you can get on with postponed
17, Burrow. 18, T-R-ench. 19, Change. 21, Paste.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9046
Ad-or-n. 7, Still. 13, A-li(me). 14, C-he-etah. 15, China. engagements. The problem now is that your work mates
Down - 1, Pa-Ella. 2, Sett-L-er. 3, S-nap up. 4, Bitter. 5, can be uncommonly stubborn.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
22, Ag-re-e. 23, Edam (rev.). 24, Ends. 25, Took charge.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 1, Blood-curdling. 8, Creel. 9, Diagram. 10,
(rev.). 11, No-la. 12, Came apart. 16, A bit thick. 20, Chip.
Listen and reply to hidden messages concerning love,
Motive. 11, Serene. 12, Skirt. 14, Stain. 18, Access. 20,
Across - 6, Have in mind. 8, Oat-H. 9, Flat. 10, Pat-er
friendship and your career - they’re everywhere, but you
Pebble. 23, Apostle. 24, Leech. 25, Infinitesimal.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS must be nearby to respond. A reunion of sorts is indi-
Down - 1, Become. 2, Overt. 3, Deliver. 4, Urdu. 5, Drake. cated around the weekend.
6, Israeli. 7, Gimlet. 13, Kick off. 15, Trellis. 16, Safari.
18, Gentle. 19, Lounge. 21, Abuse.
17, Lethal. 19, Satin. 21, Bream. 22, Test.
Seine. 7, Scare. 13, Leg. 14, Wriggle. 15, Trout. 17, Italic. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Down - 1, Intact. 2, Stopgap. 3, Earwig. 4, Fiddle. 5, You are fairminded, optimistic and diplomatic. Charm is
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS your middle name and you are also extremely generous,
Across - 1, Centre forward. 8, Rings. 9, Eyelids. 10,
23, Gout. 24, Zulu. 25, Shillelagh.
sometimes to a fault. A little more conservation, a little
Tend-on. 11, Esca-p-e. 12, Tried. 14, S-wee-t. 18, Ass-
Earl. 12, Strangler. 16, Niggardly. 20, Aria. 22, Brain.
more patience and a major goal can be realized.
I’s-t. 20, With-Al. 23, Port-I-on. 24, Press. 25, Need-less
Across - 6, Initiative. 8, Inch. 9, Gasp. 10, Widen. 11,
to say.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Cur-ate. 2, Ni-non (rev.). 3, Rest-O-re. 4, F-L-
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9047
ew. 5, Reels. 6, Anim-ate. 7, Dashed. 13, Reserve. 15,
Whip-pet . 16, Harp on. 17, Flashy. 19, Still. 21, Heels.
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MOTORING MOORABOOL
Best of the British at old Newstead Racecourse
By Stefan Nechwatal the $60 participant entry fee. Such amaz-
ing value and it included site camping and
It may be said that recycling and repur- facilities, toilets and washrooms, a Rally
posing are two much used buzz words badge, a ticket in the raffle prize which was
today, but those words positively reflect a restored BSA Firebird A 65, 650cc Twin
the current community uses for former motorcycle (drawn on the last day by the
racecourses and showgrounds. In March local police), a Saturday lunch voucher
the Annual Ballan Vintage Vehicle and from the Maldon bakery, a motorcycling
Machinery Club Rally was again held at film in the marquee on Friday night and a
the old Ballan Racecourse. By midmorning 60s-70s cover band to dance to on the Sat-
about 50 vintage BSA motorcycles roared urday and into the evening. Included was
into the venue site, their members having free travel on a community bus any time
ridden their aged bikes from afar for the over the weekend for those who wanted to
AGM and to receive Club prizes. At their travel into Newstead. As I cruised around
roped off enclosure, and while the riders I noticed a semi disgorging its load of split
were socialising, I had a word with the redgum and eager campers using any kind
President, Craig Burke. He said they repre- of makeshift trolley to take their allotted
sent the BSA Owners Association and sug- share back to their campfire. (Over this
gested I look at their website for their major weekend, 40 cubic metres kept many warm
event, The All British Makes Rally which into the nights). I was continually marvel-
was held on the weekend of 21-22nd April ling at the organisation, the well thought
at the expansive old Newstead Racecourse. out streamlined processes and accordingly
The Club organises this yearly event and the happy disposition of all concerned,
this year was their 42nd. They receive who were determined to enjoy all on offer.
entries from Australia wide, and various
Apart from the public facilities, the site
parts of the World. The website looked very
comprised camping areas, trade stalls,
impressive to me, and I was especially tak-
sponsors, a large separate area for non-
en with the A4 page sized site map which
showed all details of the event. British participants, a large canteen, stage,
and bar. The local service clubs had a ros-
At the 42nd All British at Newstead, the
tered staff of 100 on for the weekend and
numbers started building steadily from
were serving food from 7am. Craig said
Friday night as more than 880 paying bik-
it’s a win/win for them as they can earn a
ers, together with their families, set up a
year’s funds in a weekend — he mentioned
myriad of camp sites, from single swags to
schools, Football, Cricket and Netball asso-
tents to motorhomes with accompanying
ciations, all enthusiastically involved feed-
bike trailers. The weather turned out warm
ing the masses.
and dry, a marked contrast to the previous
year of wild and wet storms. I completed my walk around the extensive
I arrived midmorning Saturday, and it All British site, observing the camaraderie
looked like a ghost town. It was easy for of the many groups of enthusiasts, often
me to wander around and soak up the in deep discussion on the merits of their
atmosphere and take some good photos, “brand” of motorcycle. A large painted
because nearly everyone had ridden their banner outside the Hamilton Club dis-
bikes the 30kms to Maldon for the much- played perhaps 30 names of past, famed
revered street bike assembly. I had heard manufacturers. I ended my long day,
some stories of friction with authority in crossing into the central part of the old
other years, but nowadays the local Police racecourse, where the non-British makes
Sergeant welcomes the riders to his town were displayed. I particularly enjoyed
and the streets are cordoned off to safely chatting to a number of these “renegades”
display the 1500 bikes which arrived, the and hearing tales of some more outrageous
balance of the numbers made up of day- machines.
trippers on bikes. Fortuitously, back at Summing up, certainly a must-do event
Newstead I met up with Craig the President for entrants and visitors, all looking for-
who was working the bar, and he was able ward to renewing friendships at the All
to expand on what the club provided for British Newstead weekend event next year.

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(V68 355). 2 entry doors,
2 side windows, 2 whirly
birds, dual axle, stallion
$50
Isuzu 300, Auto, 4 berth, gas 115hp Mercury, 6 cyl 2 stroke, PORTABLE CABIN
hot plates & oven, microwave, head divider (front and rear),
just serviced, CB radio, safety Site/office, 6x3m, lights, power
Removable chest bars and

SOLD
two way fridge, new RC Air, gear, fish finder, mooring ropes,

SOLD
points, air con, heavy duty door.
divider. Strong float, suit big
3 months
shower & toilet, 4 batteries, ski ropes, anchor, cover, trailer Bars on windows. Can organise
box on back, 2 solar panels, in excellent cond. (Reg GE-182). horses. Split tailgate. delivery at owner’s cost. $6990
reverse camera. Reg USV060 MUST BE SOLD, MAKE AN $5000 priced to sell 9399 Western Highway, East
$55,000 Ph 5367 0486 OFFER. Ph 0418 311 040 Phone 0437 96 00 85 Ballarat. Ph: 0428860345
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TAX SAVING OFFERS

RUNOUT MY18

$28990
DRIVE
AWAY
WITH FREE METALLIC (AUTOMATIC) – 7 SEATS

OUTLANDER LS AUTO
FEATURES
+ Smartphone Link Display Audio + 2nd Row slide and walk-in seats
+ Rear view camera + 3rd Row Fold-Flat seats
+ Dual zone climate control
air conditioning

SPECIAL ABN HOLDER PRICING

$38490 TYPE A MANUAL
$44490 TYPE C MANUAL

TORNADO 4x4 TURBO PRIMARY
DIESEL DUAL CAB 6sp PRODUCER?
MANUAL DRIVEAWAY* Ask about an even
better price. †
*Metallic Paint +$590. ^Automatic Available + $2500

TORNADO SPECIAL FEATURES
+ Heavy Duty Custom Steel Tray + Heavy Duty Bullbar & Lightbar
+ Heavy Duty Towbar + Genuine Mitsubishi Snorkle
+ Electric Trailer Brake Kit + Plus Standard Triton GLX Features
+ Alloy Wheels

Type C Model Shown

SPECIAL ABN HOLDER PRICE SPECIAL ABN HOLDER PRICE
GLX
$34990 $31890
WORKHORSE 4x4 DIESEL TRITON GLX 4x4 TURBO
DUAL CAB 6sp MANUAL DIESEL SINGLE CAB
DRIVEAWAY* 6sp MANUAL DRIVEAWAY*
*Metallic Paint +$590. ^Automatic Available + $2500 *Metallic Paint +$590. ^Automatic Available + $2500
All Standard Triton GLX Features Plus: + 2.4L Common Rail Turbo Diesel
+ Heavy Duty High Rise Suspension + Fuel Economy 7.2L/100kms (Manual) ADR 81/02
+ Genuine Mitsubishi Towbar + 6-Speed Manual Transmission (Optional Auto^)
+ Genuine Mitsubishi Towball & Cover + 3.1 Tonne Towing Capacity
+ Genuine Mitsubishi Heavy Duty + Selectable Hi-Low Range 4x4
Rubber Floor Mats + Hill Start Assist
+ Genuine Mitsubishi Drop Side Tray ... and much more!
Shown with optional side steps. ... and much more!

PRIMARY
PRIMARY PRODUCER?
PRODUCER? Ask about an even
Ask about an even better price. †
better price. †

Ballarat Friendly,
competitive,
345 Learmonth Rd. Wendouree
03 5338 4000 kingscars.com.au LMCT9931
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NOW ON AT
NOW ON AT
MELTON TOYOTA!
MELTON TOYOTA!

FROM

FORTUNER
GX AUTO $47,990 DRIVEAWAY [D1]

HILUX SR5, SR & WORKMATE
4X4 RANGE

FREE COSTS ON-ROAD
[V]

+$2,000 FITTED GENUINE
ACCESSORIES [V]

FROM

FORTUNER
GX AUTO
PETROL MANUAL FROM
$47,990 TURBO-DIESEL MANUAL FROM DRIVEAWAY [D1]
$22,990 $26,990
HILUX WORKMATE 4X2
(SINGLE-CAB CAB-CHASSIS)
DRIVEAWAY [D1] DRIVEAWAY [D1]

END OF FINANCIAL YEAR DEALS

Melton Toyota
143-147 High Street,
Melton
T 03 8746 0300
LMCT 1976

meltontoyota.com.au

[D1] Recommended driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only. Offer available on new vehicles produced January 2018 to June 2018 and purchased between 01/05/2018 - 30/06/2018 unless offer extended. Recommended
driveaway price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Offer excludes metallic paint. [V] Offer applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers only. Offer available on new vehicles
produced January 2018 to June 2018 and purchased from 01/05/2018 - 30/06/2018 unless offer extended. Free onroad costs includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Offer excludes metallic paint.
Accessories must be ordered at time of purchase. $2,000 includes cost of dealer accessory fitment. Toyota Genuine Accessories are not applicable to all models/grades. Consider the mass of your load to ensure you will not exceed the maximum allowable individual axle capacity, Gross Vehicle Mass
and/or Gross Combined Mass of the vehicle. Refer to current Accessories brochure or visit toyota.com.au for details on warranty and toyota.com.au/vehiclepayload for details on vehicle payload, to help determine Accessories suitable for your vehicle.
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