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Tuesday 29 January, 2019 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 13 No 4

Calling Australia Home

New Citizen – Bernardine Gloury celebrates her citizenship on Australia Day. Photo – Helen Tatchell
By Helen Tatchell Australian Citizens last Saturday along with Paul Zammit all took the Australian Citizen- Community Event of the Year was award-
presentations for outstanding service to the ship Pledge-sworn under oath before family, ed to Bacchus Marsh RSL Avenue of Honour
“I’m an Australia Day Ambassador because local community over a number of years. friends and community members. Centenary Celebration, accepted by Bruce
this is my country, not by birth, but where I Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell asked Cr Tatchell presented Certificates of Appre- and Cherrison Lawton.
live,” George Ermer told the crowd at Moora- everyone to take a moment to reflect what a ciation to those nominated in all categories: Citizen of the Year – Kevin Harper
bool’s civic ceremony at the Bacchus Marsh great country we have and live in. The Young Citizen of the Year Appre- And if it wasn’t more Australian to hear the
hall. “….. a picture of wealth and spirit in our tap- ciation - Madi Addison, Thomas Bamford, ‘aussie, aussie, aussie’ chant, the Performing
Mr Ermer arrived from Hungary in 1950 at estry of diverse culture,” he said. Jasmin Crampin, Ryan Enever, Abbey Kick, Arts Headquarters (Grant street Bacchus
just age 13; in 1954 he became an Australian “Our CEO Mr Derek Madden is Irish, con- Bryce Pace and Emilly Wallis. Marsh) performed toe tapping songs from
Citizen. ducting his first Australia Day ceremony; we Community Event of the Year Category iconic Australian bands Cold Chisel, Silver
Becoming nationalised Mr Ermer said was do have a multi-cultural society and there is Appreciation - Anne Eskdale (Love is in the Chair and the Hoodoo Gurus.
his proudest day and still treasures the no greater privilege than Australia Day to Air fundraiser) and Kevin Harper (Ballan Councillors Keogh, Bingham and Edwards
memory 65-years later. conduct a citizenship ceremony. Autumn Festival) were in attendance alongside Catherine
“I congratulate all those who are becoming “No particular person is Australian, we are Citizen of the Year Appreciation - Gloria King (Federal Member for Ballarat), Stephen
new citizens and treasure the moment. one, that is important.” Whitfield McGhie (Member for Melton) and Michaela
“There is one four-letter word we need to Bernardine Gloury, Grant Hopkinson, Mayoral Award – Naomi Carr Settle (Member for Buninyong). Councillors
say more….LOVE,” he said. Mamta Murkute, Dorothy Umarekar, Ian, Young Citizen of the Year was awarded to Dudzik, Toohey and Sullivan were apologies.
Nine people became Moorabool’s newest Roseann, Lauren and Chloe O’Brien and Samantha Bradfield. (More photos – page 10)

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dies after
By Meg Kennedy

Rather than celebrating the Australia Day long weekend, two families are in
mourning after another fatal accident on the Western Freeway near Gordon
claimed the life of a young female passenger, and seriously injured the female
The incident occurred just before 11.30am on Thursday, 24 January, where it is
alleged a 4WD Holden Jackaroo, travelling westbound, struck the right-hand lane
wire-rope safety barrier, causing it to roll and flip numerous times before coming The accident on the Western Freeway last Thursday claimed the life of the 19-year old passenger with
to rest on its roof, against the opposite barrier. the 18-year old driver transported to hospital via the Air Ambulance. Photos: Helen Tatchell
The passenger, a 19-year-old woman from Yarraville died at the scene; whilst
the driver, an 18-year-old Aspendale woman, remains in the Royal Melbourne
Hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
It is believed the red P-plate driver over-corrected whilst steering and lost control
of the vehicle.
Victoria Police confirmed to the Moorabool News that no charges will be laid as
a result.
Local police and emergency services, including an air ambulance, responded
promptly in the sweltering 38 degrees temperature; creating extensive traffic
delays of around 5km and diversions for Ballarat-bound traffic through Gordon
via the Ballan-Daylesford Rd exit.
The accident occurred almost a week to the day where a motorcyclist died on
18 January, after allegedly hitting a steel safety barrier at the Racecourse road
overpass, on the same stretch of road.
Victoria Police Senior Sergeant Ben Young told awaiting media on the scene that
“investigations are continuing in regard to both of those incidents.”
“It’s a tragic start to the year, both state-wide, but particularly locally,” he said.
The accident occurred just before the start of Police Victoria’s Operation Amity,
which operated from Friday, 25 January until Monday 28 January 2019.
Police members targeted speed, fatigue, impaired driving, distraction and
seatbelt compliance.

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replace trains
A bushfire started by a campfire in north-west Victoria. Photos Parks Victoria

Thursday 31 January to
Sunday 3 February
Campfire knowledge poor
Only one-in-four Victorians know how to “Now is the time to make sure you know
extinguish a campfire what’s required.”
Park Rangers are concerned by survey The findings come during a peak time for
findings that just over a quarter of people camping and as Victoria, one of the most
While construction on the Ballarat Maryborough
Wendouree know how to correctly extinguish a campfire. fire-prone areas in the world, experiences a
Line Upgrade continues, coaches period of high temperatures.
will replace V/Line trains between When presented with two options, only 26
per cent of people correctly identified that With around 10 per cent of bushfires caused
Ballarat/Wendouree and Southern TRAIN
water should be poured onto a campfire. by campfire negligence, Park Rangers have
Cross Station. been out-and-about reminding people of fire
Ballarat The remaining 74 per cent thought that a fire
Please allow an extra 45 minutes should be extinguished by covering it with regulations and to be aware of the very dry
travel time. To plan your journey visit soil or sand. conditions.
vline.com.au or call 1800 800 007. Campfires must always be fully In addition to assisting park visitors,
extinguished with water, not soil, and must Park Rangers perform an important role
About the project as firefighters and will be responding to
be cool to touch before being safe to leave.
bushfire situations this summer.
The Ballarat Line Upgrade will enable David Nugent, Director of Fire and
The survey conducted last month, also
much needed extra peak services and Emergency Services–Parks Victoria said the
revealed half of respondents didn’t know
trains every 40 minutes in the off-peak survey findings are worrying.
Southern where and when a campfire could be lit in
for growing communities along the line. “…particularly given the number of people a national park. In national parks, campfires
Cross Station
camping in Victoria during summer,” he may only be lit where designated fireplaces
said. are provided. Fires are prohibited on days of
“Once you light a campfire, you’re legally Total Fire Ban.
responsible for ensuring that it is safe, does Information about campfires is available
not escape, and is completely extinguished from the Forest Fire Management website.
before you leave.” Before heading out to camp, people should
Mr Nugent said there is plenty of information also check the Parks Victoria website for any

Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne. online to help people be fire aware. changes to park conditions.

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Letters to the Editor

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Dear Editor, Street. Increased traffic is

Re: traffic congestion at inevitable I know but I don’t
Darley bridge think it is reasonable to have
Wow! to put up with truck drivers
I think that VicRoads have who use their engine brakes
finally cracked the correct on even the most gentle
formula after all those years of slopes. Most country
and have got it as close to towns have signs indicating
perfect, considering the to truck drivers that they
number of variables in traffic must not use such a braking
flow. Perhaps rubbing it in technique, but not here in
about the possible use of Ballan.
V/Line to fix this very old The Mayor tells me that he
problem hit a nerve. Now is can’t do anything about it
the time to clean-up the old and that I should ring Vic
control units, finish off the Roads myself to try to have
slip lane from Gisborne Road such signage installed even
southbound to the freeway though he meets with Vic
entrance, setup a slip lane Roads on a regular basis. It
from Holts Lane northbound is also evident that many
to Gisborne Road and add a trucks coming from the west
through arrow southbound heading to Melbourne elect
on Gisborne road at to cut across through the
Johnathon Drive, which Ballan township instead of
creates difficulties for larger driving straight down to the
vehicles. Now VicRoads can Daylesford overpass to the
reimburse us for all the fuel Western Highway. I guess
wasted due to their previous it is a bit quicker for them
Volunteer Ian Erwin with a small sample of donated goods they receive every day that can accumulate into unnecessary litany of stuff-ups. to rumble through town
loads to the tip, costing the charity money. Photo – Helen Tatchell No need for an advert “We but not very considerate of

Trash or Treasure?
are jolly good fellows from them and certainly it creates
VicRoads this time” – you a safety issue having such
don’t deserve it. large vehicles using the main
John Beaton street as a rat run. Again, our
Bacchus Marsh Mayor pleaded that it was
use the transfer station at a not his responsibility.
By Meg Kennedy from $30 up to $110 for resi- swarmed with unusable
cheaper price. Council had Dear Editor, Surely as our representative
dents, depending on trailer items, Mr Erwin said the
A Ballan op-shop is close size. not responded in time for I’ve spoken to our truck the Mayor should be able to
op-shop is still “happy to
to becoming a dumping publication. owning Moorabool Mayor raise such matters with the
Mr Erwin said the dumping accept” second-hand items
ground for hard rubbish – The Ballan Lioness Club on a couple of occasions relevant state authorities
problem severely increases that are clean and safe to
and its local volunteers are Steptoes Op-Shop operates about the increasing amount and push for some reform?
after Christmas time, with move on.
paying the price. unwanted and broken toys on Fridays and Saturdays of truck transport in our Rod Evans
“We’ll take all clothes as
The Ballan Lionesss Club discarded to the shop. long as their clean. They between 9.30am-3pm. main street of Ballan, Inglis Ballan
Steptoes Op-Shop has re- “At the moment I’ve got don’t have to be in good
ported an increase of rub- probably eight woolpacks condition, because we can
bish dumping; with broken there of rubbish, that’s been recycle clean and worn
toys, furniture and soiled
clothing just some of the
unwanted items that are not
since Christmas. That’s all
now going to go in the tip,”
he said.
clothes. But if they do appear
rotten…or they’re wet and
smelly, we can’t do anything.
detox YOUR
only taking up space, but
costing money and time to
sort through and dispose of.
“…It starts when school
breaks up, kids are told to
clean their rooms up…yet it’s
“Everything that’s safe and
able to be used, we accept.
But we are limited for space,
Steptoes Op-Shop volunteer when the rubbish comes in so we can’t put everything
Ian Erwin said the problem that it all gets ahead of us.” away at times. If they leave
has become quite costly. But it could be a mix of Bal- [the items] for us when we’re
“[We receive] a lot of broken lan’s lack of hard rubbish here, it’s even easier because
toys, and toys take up a lot of collection and population we’re only here two days a DETOX YOUR HOME IS SAFE, GEELONG EVENT
volume. When we take it to boom that makes part of the week.” FREE AND EASY-TO-USE. Saturday 9 February 2019
9.00 am to 3.00 pm
the tip, we’re paying by the problem. “If people are happy to Use this service to dispose of common household
Corio Operations Centre,
volume, so the broken toys “In the 40 years that I’ve bring it in, we’ll take it if it’s chemicals without harming your health or the 299 Anakie Road, Lovely Banks
are useless,” he said. been here, Ballan’s never had in good condition.” environment.
According to Moorabool a hard rubbish day. Some Moorabool Shire Council Simply turn up on the day with your unwanted FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Shire Council’s website, people that have moved into was contacted for comment items, and we’ll do the rest. sustainability.vic.gov.au/detoxyourhome
drop-offs to Ballan Transfer this area miss that, and they on whether it had considered 1300 363 744
Station of chargeable items say, ‘What do we do with the a hard rubbish collection, or
- such as domestic and hard rubbish?’, said Mr Erwin. if there could be incentives Decanting not permitted.

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Driver off
the market
By Meg Kennedy

Local property mogul John Kontek recently found him-

self in some less-than-prime real estate: the Bacchus Marsh

A few days of buses on Ballarat line

Mr Kontek appeared before Magistrate Letizia Torres on Fri-
day, 18 January, following an appearance in November last
year before Magistrate Rob Saines.
The time to plan your travel, and allow overpass at Bacchus Marsh Station. much-needed extra services during The 91-year-old real estate tycoon was intercepted by police
more time, is now as buses are set to re- TRAINING NETWORK EVENING SPEED NETWORKING
Minister for Transport Infrastructure peak periods, and a train every 40 min- last year, after driving beyond his restricted limit of a 10-kilo-
place V/Line trains on the Ballarat line. Jacinta Allan said Ballarat line com- utes off-peak.” metre radius from his Keilor Park home. Kontek was alleg-
From this Thursday 31 January to Sun- muters would be well aware of the A Rail Projects Victoria spokesperson edly driving to his holiday house in Torquay and was not in
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Council officers.
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while we get on with from Thursday Moorabool
31 January don’t know who you will meet!
Shire. “age-related, not recklessness.”
to Sunday
Whilst the trains are ‘off the tracks’ this important work. 3 February so crews can complete the “He has supported refugees, has served as a Justice of the
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Newborns in Lights are on; but no one is home

the district By Caitlin Bewley
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)

Babies born recently at Bacchus A man’s poor time management skills, as well as a mysterious
Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital. loss of demerit points, enforced an attendance to the Bacchus
Marsh Magistrates’ court on Friday 11 January.
It was alleged Richard Leporis was travelling along Young
Street in Bacchus Marsh on October 1 2015 when he failed to
stop at a stop sign.
The accused was towing a trailer behind his white Holden
Statesmen, the trailer failed to show number plates and lights. trailer was to transfer wood from Bunnings in Melton that
Leporis was intercepted by police on Main Street, where he October evening back in 2015.
was asked to provide his driver’s licence. The accused was “How long were you in Bunnings for?” Magistrate Spillane
unable to do so because it had been suspended due to loss of asked Leporis.
demerit points. “About half an hour,” Leporis replied.
“At the time I lost my licence, it wasn’t from fines that I had
“And you didn’t realise it was going to get dark outside?”
[received]”, Leporis told Magistrate Alan Spillane.
“I had been getting fines from cars and people I don’t even “It was light outside when I went in; when I came out it was
know,” he said. dark,” Leporis expressed.
Magistrate Spillane showed his confusion when asking the “It was almost like someone turned the lights off,” Magistrate
accused why he hadn’t followed up the mysterious loss in Spillane said with a chuckle.
demerit points earlier. Leporis was convicted and fined $600 with a total of $124.30
“I was told it had to be heard in court,” Leporis said. in statutory costs with no interference with his ability to
The accused told Magistrate Spillane that the use of the drive.

Aarti Sharma and Aman Brar from Maddingley have

welcomed their second child, a little girl. Arriving on Sunday
20 January, Aarya BRAR was born at 9.15am. A new sister
for Aikam, Aarya weighed 3240 grams.

It is baby number four for Melton parents Alexi McMahon-

Hide and Troy Kingdom. Little River Wilde KINGDOM was
born on Saturday 12 January at 12.04pm and weighed 4160
grams. River is a new brother for siblings, Bowie, Sassy and

Darley parents Swapna Rudraraju and Ravindra Manthena

have welcomed a little boy to their family. A new brother for
Anish, Karthikeva MANTHENA arrived on Monday 14
January at 9.30pm and weighed 6lb 7oz (3050 grams).
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Lighting a start for

Park hub
By Meg Kennedy

Darley Football Netball Club has received a government-

funded boost, possibly lighting the way for its dream multi-
million-dollar facility.
The $150,000 grant, which will go toward the installation of
new 150-lux lights, makes up part of Sports Australia’s first
round of Community Sport Infrastructure Grants.
AFL Goldfields said in a statement that the new lights “will
provide Darley Park user groups and their teams much
needed match level lighting to support the growth from both
genders of their fast-growing clubs.”
Darley FNC Club Administrator Ray Newton said the club
is delighted with the news of the grant.
“To have our volunteers’ hard work finally rewarded with
SUCCESSFUL - Group members from the Beremboke Reserve and Mt Wallace Hall Committees. Photo – Pacific Hydro

Grants help strengthen communities

funding for the very much needed lighting upgrade, is a
testament for their efforts,” he said.
Although the total cost of the lights sits at $300,000, the
remaining balance will be equally financed between Darley By Meg Kennedy contractors for small jobs…we are incredibly grateful to
Park tenant clubs and Moorabool Shire Council. Pacific Hydro for supporting this project that will benefit the
It’s welcome news for the club and users of Darley Park, Three local community groups neighbouring the Yaloak local environment and Rowsley community,” he said.
following last year’s battle with Council to make the park’s South Wind Farm have received a share in almost $30,000 to Krista Kim, Engagement and External Affairs Manager
proposed “community hub” makeover a priority. help fund their projects. at Pacific Hydro, said the company is proud of how far its
Mr Newton said the club and its supporters will continue to Mt Wallace Hall and Reserve, Beremboke Reserve Community Investment Program has come.
advocate for the renovation throughout 2019, after receiving Committee and Rowsley Landcare Group were the recipients “…From facility upgrades to community gardens to
federal-level support. of a $28,000 grant from the Yaloak South Community Fund, renewable energy projects like solar panels, Pacific Hydro
“Our business case is undergoing changes to better reflect on behalf of windfarm company Pacific Hydro. is proud to give back to the community-identified projects
the intended multi-purpose community usage plans,” he The funded projects include Mt Wallace Hall’s purchase and organisations that benefit the people who neighbour our
said. of audio/visual and sound equipment for the hall, as well wind farms,” she said.
“We have had recent indications from the Federal as a comprehensive security system; Beremboke Reserve’s “Many organisations have shared feedback with us stating
Department of Innovation, Industry & Science that they improvements to aging infrastructure at the reserve, that without Pacific Hydro’s help projects would not move
would support funding for 50 per cent of project costs - including a new front fence, car park resurfacing and forward, which strengthens the importance of a program
which is approximately $2.1 million - and we are continuing painting; and Rowsley Landcare’s aim to manage serrated such as this.”
to seek other funding partners such as the State Government, tussock patches via aerial spraying. Local residents and stakeholders who served on the Yaloak
Moorabool Shire, Community benefactor organisations and Rowsley Landcare President Jacob Pearce said the group’s South Community Partnerships Group assessed this year’s
others,” he said. project couldn’t be undertaken without external support. expressions of interest to the fund.
The lights are set to be installed in 2019 with a date yet to be “The cost of aerial spraying has increased significantly over New members to join this group will be sought in 2019, with
advised. the years and it is becoming increasingly difficult to secure the next funding round opening in July.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 6 February 2019, at PHASE 2 COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 5 Stead St, Ballan. Council is undertaking a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study within a precinct of Bacchus
Members of the public are welcome to attend. Marsh in order to manage the traffic impacts and road safety on local roads within the area.
Recently, residents were asked to provide their input and assist in identifying the key traffic
THANK YOU! issues within the area, as well as validating some of the issues previously raised. From this
Moorabool Shire Council would like to thank the following groups and individuals for their feedback a draft LATM Plan has been prepared for further consultation with the community.
contributions to the success of the recent Australia Day Celebrations in Bacchus Marsh: A copy of the draft plan is available to view at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations
• The Bacchus Marsh Lions Club and residents are able to provide comments on the proposed treatments via the link to the
• The Bacchus Marsh Rotary Club interactive map until 5.00pm Tuesday 5 February 2019.
In addition to this, the following drop in sessions will be held, to allow residents to view the plan,
• Megan Waddington, Claritude Quartet and Performing Arts Headquarters,
ask questions and have conversations around the recommendations. Bookings are not required
musical entertainment
and residents can attend at any time during the sessions.
• Mr George Ermer, Australia Day Ambassador
Session 1: Tuesday 22 January 2019
• Sound & Light Concepts, Technical Staging
4.00pm – 7.00pm - Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh
• Bacchus Marsh Florist and Nursery, Floral Arrangements
Session 2: Tuesday 29 January 2019
Thank you to the members of the community who attended the celebrations making it such an
4.00pm – 7.00pm - Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh
enjoyable and memorable day for all.
The area included in the study is bound by Main and Fisken Streets and the Werribee River and
Korkuperrimul Creek, as highlighted below.
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Team Leader-Open Spaces – Band 5 (Full Time)
Youth Engagement Support Program Development Officer
(Part Time Funded position)
Buildings Maintenance Officer (Full Time -2yr Contract)
Applications close on Friday 1 February 2019
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.


Moorabool Shire Council is delivering a wide range of engagement initiatives aimed at meeting the
needs of small business.The Your Business,Your Networking Calendar is part of Council’s business
engagement program. Find more information by visiting www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/
news/your-business-your-networking-calendar and start registering today. Updates
and information will be provided in the monthly business enews. To sign up to the business enews
and for further information on the business engagement program, contact Council’s Economic
Development unit on business@moorabool.vic.gov.au or 5366 7100.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Derek Madden
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Time to pen a story Jail for

‘stupid decisions’
By Meg Kennedy

It’s time to dust off the

notebooks and get typing,
as the annual Peter Carey
Short Story Award is back
By Meg Kennedy
on again for 2019.
Named after the iconic Bac- Former Ballan resident Melissa Imberger
chus Marsh-born and raised will spend the next two months behind
writer (pictured), the award bars, following a string of charges; including
is for short stories between driving whilst disqualified, damaging
2000-3000 words and is open property and threatening protected persons.
to all Australian residents. A barefooted Imberger appeared before
The winning entry will re- Magistrate Letizia Torres at the Ballarat
ceive $1000, with $500 prize Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 24
money for the runner-up. January for sentencing, following a lengthy
First and second prized sto- appearance at Bacchus Marsh Court the
ries will also be published week prior.
in the Spring 2019 issue of The accused was arrested at the court on the
Meanjin, and both stories morning of Friday, 18 January, hours before
will receive Meanjin’s stand- her scheduled appearance before Magistrate
ard contributor fee for their Entries will be accepted via while the winner and run- Torres later that day.
work. online application only, and ner-up will be announced at Police Prosecutor Senior Constable Gary
This year will also see the will be judged blind, so no an awards ceremony held at Steel listed up to 18-charges, including
addition of the Moorabool names are needed. Bacchus Marsh Lerderderg various incidences of driving whilst
Shire Libraries’ Best Local The entry fee is $10 per story Library on Saturday June disqualified.
Entry Award, with writers and you may enter as many 1st, 2019. Notable charges included an incident on the
who live, work or study in times as you like. Simultane-
Submissions for the Peter corner of Inglis St and Cowie St in Ballan,
Moorabool Shire eligible for ous submissions are fine, but
Carey Award open Monday where the accused was illegally driving Melissa Imberger received 2-months and 11
consideration. Moorabool Shire Libraries
February 4th and close 6pm an unregistered vehicle and drove on the days jail sentence. Photo - Facebook
The winning story will re- need to be informed if your
piece has been accepted AEDT on Thursday March footpath, causing bystanders to jump out
ceive $250 and have an ex- which the accused attended the home of a
elsewhere. 21st, 2019. For more informa- of the way, and verbally threatening people
tract of their story published person she had on intervention order against
tion and how to enter, visit known to her.
in the Moorabool News. The longlist will be posted and was hiding under a blanket from police.
on the Moorabool Shire Li- http://www.moorabool.vic. Another incident occurred in March 2018,
Nominee for the 2019 Vic- Magistrate Letizia Torres said on Friday, 18
braries website in early May, gov.au/libraries. when the accused was driving whilst
torian Premier’s Literary
disqualified Westbound on the Western January that the accused’s careless driving
Award and event organiser,
Freeway. was “extremely serious,” and “for many
Wayne Marshall, said the
Local Entry Award allows Peter Carey The accused ran onto grass, travelling 150 months…[Imberger] hasn’t been able to
for “fostering and encourag- metres before colliding with a barrier. control her behaviour.”
ing local talent.” Peter Carey is the author of 14 critically acclaimed novels She was later recognised by Ballan police As she was escorted from the Bacchus
Longlisted entries will be and four works of non-fiction. Carey has won the Miles officer Leading Sen Const. Nick Wallace who Marsh courtroom, the accused motioned a
judged by Nic Low, a Ngāi Franklin three times, and the Man Booker twice. Early attended the scene.
rude single finger gesture to Leading Sen.
Tahu Māori and European in his career Carey published two short story collections The accused’s alleged excuses for driving
Const. Wallace.
New Zealand writer of wil- of rare and startling power — The Fat Man in History whilst disqualified included “I knew my
licence was disqualified. I made a poor Last Wednesday in the Ballarat Court,
derness, technology and and War Crimes — both of which remain, 40-years on,
politics. Nic’s short fiction, unrivalled in their mastery of the short story form. It seems decision with my car,” and “I keep making Imberger was sentenced to two months
essays and criticism have only natural to name this award after one of Moorabool’s stupid decisions,” which were read aloud to and 11-days in prison, including five days
been published widely in (and Australia’s) most gifted and imaginative storytellers. the court by Snr Constable Steel. already spent in custody. Her driver’s licence
Australia and New Zealand. Another incident was read to the court, in was cancelled for six months.

Calling Australia Home from page 1

Members for Buninyong

and Melton (L-R) Michaela Cr. John Keogh conducted New Citizen – New Citizen –
Jeanette Haseloff Settle and Stephen McGhie. the flag raising ceremony. Grant Hopkinson Mamta Murkute New Citizen – Paul Zammit

Aussie as - The Gourly family and friends celebrating Performing Arts Headquarters musicians. New Citizen – Dorothy Umarekar.
Australia Day in Bacchus Marsh.
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Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per
the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

The Pottery Group

ADULT EDUCATION Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall
Ballan & District Community House (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 2 February 2019.
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Darley Market
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Saturday 2nd February, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 145 (Alan).
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club CHURCH
U3A Bacchus Marsh Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels,
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after
Service Times: St John’s Ballan 10:30am every Sunday.
5367 5341 or visit our website - www.u3abacchus.org.au each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays – 5pm.
Ballan Playgroup
Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730.
MEETINGS Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Ballan Uniting Church
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
BacchChat @ Lerderderg Library (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
905 558 Tamsin. 
1st Saturday of the Month,10am-12 noon.Various topics of
Ballan Anglers Inc B3 Community
interest presented. Enquiries – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh 0400 003 936. Bacchus Marsh.
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Ballan & District CWA Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome.
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com Enquiries - 0400 052 857.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
2255 or Ray 5368 1177.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Church of the Living God
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Enq - 0421 222 717. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
We have
: Peter Brenton, CSIRO Presenter: Peter Brenton, CSIRO
KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
ement of invasive species
Are you
are you
FORUM of invasive species or are you interested in local
about the management
interested in local
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Presenter: The
biodiversity? Peter Brenton,
of Living Australia is a free National citizen science mapping portal Meeting 10am every Sunday at the Bacchus Marsh RSL, 203
Presenter: Peter Brenton, CSIRO
tralia is a free National citizen science mapping portal
New location: RSL Hall - 203 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
developed by the CSIRO. It can be used to map, not only the distribution of gorse and other Main Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Still at 10am Sundays
map, not only the distribution
of of gorse and orother
passionate invasive
about species, but
the management also the
invasive native
species biodiversity that in
are you interested shares
local the same ecosystem. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
biodiversity?that shares
The Atlas the Australia
of Living sameare
Registrations ecosystem.
is a free National citizen science mapping portal
We are a Pentecostal, Bible believing Church
now open for the upcoming forum. There will be two sessions, one will Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
developed by the CSIRO. It can be used to map, not only the distribution of gorse and other
e upcoming forum.
invasive species, There
but also will biodiversity
the native be two sessions, one
that shares the willecosystem.
same Everyone
be targeted at Industry / Stakeholders and the other session will be for interested community
is welcome Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
s and the otheraresession
Registrations now open
for be
the for interested
upcoming community
forum. There will be two sessions, one will Pastor Merv Patton 0412 290 036 Website: www.bmlc.org.au Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
be targeted at IndustryWhen: Wednesday
/ Stakeholders and 6th will
the other session February 2019.community
be for interested 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Where: Ballan Mechanics Institute – Supper Room (Inglis St, Ballan)
ruary 2019. Wednesday 6th February 2019.
Time: 1.30 – 4.30 pm (Stakeholders)
nstitute Ballan Mechanics
Where: – Supper InstituteSt,
Room (Inglis – Supper Room (Inglis St, Ballan)
Learn how the ALA can be used by individuals or groups for strategic roles or project
Time: 1.30 – 4.30 pm (Stakeholders)
keholders) planning. This session will focus on how you can use the ALA for weed control, biodiversity
Learn how the ALA can recording
be usedetc. For example,
by individuals how
or groups for the ALA roles
strategic can or
assist you in organising a weed control
planning. This sessionprogram
will focus in
on an
you can use the ALA for weed control, biodiversity
by individuals or groups
recording etc.
for strategic roles or project
For example, how the ALA can assist you in organising a weed control
you can
in an use
area. the
ORALA for weed control,
7.00 – 9.30 biodiversity
pm (Community)
he OR
ALA can assist you in organising a weed control
7.00 – 9.30 pm (Community)
An interactive session for how to use the ALA in the field. This session will be of interest for
An interactive session those
for howcommunity and
to use the ALA in contractors
the field. This who need
session or of
will be are interested
interest for in mapping the occurrence of
those community and native
contractors who need
or exotic or are
plants or interested
animals. in mapping the occurrence of
native or exotic plants or animals.
Includes: Afternoon Tea OR Light Dinner (Depending on session attending)
the ALA in the
Includes: field. This
Afternoon session
Tea OR will be(Depending
Light Dinner of interestonfor
session attending)
ho need
Cost: or areFREE
Cost: in mapping
FREEthe occurrence of
RSVP: Thursday 31st JanuaryThursday
RSVP: 2019 31st January 2019
Light Dinner (Depending on session attending)
Please note that there are limited places available for 30
Please note that there are limited places available for 30
attendees per session – so book early!
attendees per session – so book early!
ary For
2019further information, contact Jennifer Johnson on: 0497 770 075 or
For further information, contact Jennifer Johnson on: 0497 770 075 or
e are limited places availablemoorabool.landcare@gmail.com
for 30
er session – so book early!

tact Jennifer Johnson on: 0497 770 075 or

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As Good As New!!! Regional

The stand-out towns were
Golden Point with an 11.6
per cent increase to $370,000,
Irymple with a 9.8 per cent
increase to $351,500 and the
tourism mecca of Daylesford
which went up by 9.1 per
100 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh cent to $600,000.
$475,000-$495,000 Newborough was number
This excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home will suit four on the list, recording
the most discerning buyers. The wide entrance hall an increase of 7.0 per cent to
welcomes you past the master bedroom to your formal $251,500, followed by Ararat
lounge on the left and your formal dining on the right.
with a 6.8 per cent increase
Opening up from here you have your spacious kitchen CEO, REIV to $214,500 and Creswick
with quality appliances and island bench overlooking
where the median climbed
your family room which adjoins your beautiful decked The Real Estate Institute of
alfresco area. The large master bedroom has a WIR and 6.7 per cent to $357,500.
Victoria’s (REIV) latest De-
ensuite and bedrooms 2 and 3 have BIRs. The home is The REIV also recorded im-
cember quarter data release
fitted with ducted heating and cooling throughout for all pressive quarterly results in
has reinforced that Regional
year round comfort. The alfresco decking flows to an open Yarrawonga, Maryborough,
Victoria was the star of the
spaced outdoor entertaining deck adjacent to the BBQ hut Wendouree and Bell Post
for those pleasant summer days and nights. The double 2018 property market.
Hill, which all had increases
garage with remote door has direct access to the house for While Metropolitan Mel-
of more than four per cent.
added security. Located on a nice 544m2 block with all the bourne’s median house price
REIV property data is the
landscaping done this home ticks all the boxes. With easy fell 3.7 per cent in the three
most accurate and up-to-
access to the Western Freeway and just a short drive to the months to 30 December 2018,
Main Street shopping precinct this home is sure to please. date in Victoria, collated and
Regional Victoria’s contin- submitted directly by those
On the market at $475,000 - $495,000.
ued its upward trajectory, working at the coalface.
increasing by 2.5 per cent. As the State’s peak body
December was Metropoli- for real estate agents, with
tan Melbourne’s weakest around 80 per cent of agen-
quarter for median house cies being valued members,
price growth but it was the the REIV is uniquely placed
second strongest for Region- to access this raw data which
al Victoria. is not subject to interpreta-
Regional Victoria’s median tion, speculation, assump-
house price soared $10,000 tions or third-party sources.
in three short months, going To find out more about your
from $401,000 in the Septem- local property market, visit
ber 2018 quarter to $411,000 the REIV website’s Market
in December 2018. Insights page.

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Great Views Take Centre Stage 956m2 Land Private Sale Modern Day Family Home Private Sale
This Peter Clarke built home is freshened up $469,000 Excellent in design and crafted this home is $470,000 - $490,000
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parcel of land. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
approximate 600 sqm parcel of land. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

2nd February
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4 2 2 4 1 1
Maddingley 9 Mimulus Road Bed Bath Car
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Quality Built Family Home - 553m2 Land Private Sale Impressive Starter Home! Private Sale
This warm and inviting four-year-old built $590,000 - $615,000 Architect designed weatherboard home, $535,000 - $555,000
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Quality Home, Spacious Living - 760m2 Land Private Sale Supersized 2778m2 Titled Parcel of Land Private Sale
Luxurious and spacious north facing home is $795,000 - $815,000 An exciting and rare opportunity not to be $395,000 - $425,000
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Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 15 Shea Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 22a Higgins Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 2 2

Perfect Place To Start Near New, Great Location

Whether you’re a first home buyer or looking to add to your investment Approx. 4-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 521sqm block only
portfolio you can’t go past this well maintained 3 bedroom residence. 2.8km from Main St & 1.2kms from freeway. Bright, open plan, kitchen,
Complete with all the necessities for comfortable family living. Located meals, living area with SS appliances, glass splashback & dishwasher.
within walking distance of shops, schools and Bacchus Marsh CBD. Master bedroom with WIR & ENS, remaining 2 bedrooms have double
Features include polished hardwood floors, ducted heating & cooling, BIRs. Central family bathroom, separate laundry & double garage. Ducted
carport with drive through access to a large backyard on a 722m² block. heating & ducted evap. cooling will keep you comfortable all year round.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $385,000-$420,000 FOR SALE $395,000-$410,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 & Liam Gair 0407 385 297
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 291 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 59 Darley Drive, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 4 2 2

Iconic Location! Quality Family home

Very well maintained & presented solid brick home located on the Quality built Shane Cook Home on elevated 1,000sqm, bright, spacious
Avenue of Honor. 2 bedrooms plus 3rd bedroom/study, comfortable only 7 years young. Spacious master bedroom with WIR & quality ensuite,
loungeroom with gas heater, spacious kitchen with electric cooking, internal access to the double garage & study/theatre room. Formal living
excellent family room/2nd living area with wall a/c, updated bathroom room gas log fire & open plan, kitchen, meals, family area that flows to
with walk in shower, separate toilet & laundry & sunroom on the back. undercover entertaining area & enjoys views into the distance.
791m2 land with side access to a large 6m X 9m galvanised garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $499,000-$529,000 FOR SALE $595,000-$625,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 & Liam Gair 0407 385 297
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 3 Mahoney Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 24 Manning Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 5 3 4

Location, Location, Location! Manor on Manning

Its an old saying but it is never more relevant. In a quiet court location An Executive home to suit the whole family. 5 bedrooms plus study, 3
within walking distance to the Village and Main Street, BMPS, and short bathrooms and 3 living areas. Consisting of a formal lounge, formal
drive to Railway Station. Welcoming entrance hall leads to the formal dining, family room, rumpus room, large kitchen complete with 2 ovens
lounge. The tidy kitchen has an adjoining meals area and overlooks the and huge walk in pantry. The formal lounge and dining rooms are on
private rear garden. The 3 bedrooms are all of good size with BIRs and the east side of the house to take advantage of the magnificent
the updated spacious bathroom has a large shower and vanity. panoramic views.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $525,000 FOR SALE $1,250,000
CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157 Peter 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 2/10 Lord Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 100 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 3 2 2

Walk To The Shops As good as new!

This fantastic 2 bedroom unit is ideally located within walking distance Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home for the most discerning buyers.
to everything you need in town. Very neatly presented, good sized Master bedroom with WIR and ENS, bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs. Formal
lounge room with adjoining kitchen, the 2 bedrooms both have BIRs lounge and dining, spacious kitchen with quality appliances, island
and there is a separate bathroom, and the laundry. R/C split system air bench overlooking family room which adjoins decked alfresco. Ducted
conditioner in the lounge. Single garage for your car and the backyard heating & cooling. Outdoor entertaining deck adjacent to the BBQ hut.
is ideal for outdoor entertaining. Double garage with direct access to house. All landscaping done.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $290,000-$299,000 FOR SALE $475,000-$495,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 38 Gaynor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 10 Vance Close, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 2 2

Walk to the Train! Your Forever Home

This is a perfect low maintenance 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on a This beautiful, quality-built home sits on approx half an acre, situated in
compact 350m2 block within walking distance to the Bacchus Marsh a quiet court & only minutes from the centre of town. Offering 4
Railway Station and High Schools. Freshly painted, has a walk through bedrooms, with a WIR & full ENS to the master, a central bathroom & 2
bathroom from the master bed and is serviced by a gas wall furnace for comfortable living spaces. Kitchen is the heart of the home with a WIP,
heating and wall air conditioner for cooling. A single carport is at the an amazing black Belling cooker & stone bench tops. Central heating,
front of the house. Suitable for investors or owner occupier alike. split system air conditioning & a double garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $349,000-$369,000 FOR SALE $695,000-$745,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024
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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

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Arbee Real Estate

AUCTION 70 Nerowie Road, Parwan FOR SALE 2 Witney Court, Bacchus Marsh
Take me to Church 2 2 2
Unique opportunity to purchase a local Church with Community Hall. Iconic Location!
The Thelma Ross Memorial Church was built around 1940 & is situated
In a quiet court location on a 650m2 block, ideal for both the first home
on approx 1 acre, zoned Farming. Conveniently located only a 10 minute

buyer or downsizer. Huge lounge room with a gas heater and wall a/c,
drive from Bacchus Marsh, 45mins to Geelong & 1hr to Melbourne. This
kitchen with gas stove, oven and large adjacent dining/meals area. This
property has great potential to continue to use as a Church, Chapel &
space could easily be altered to a 3rd bedroom. The master bedroom
Reception Centre or other uses STCA. Terms 10% deposit & 60-day
has 2 x BIR and ENS, and bedroom 2 has BIR. Toilet separate from
family bathroom. Carport & adjoining single brick garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION 19th January 2019 @ 11am FOR SALE $395,000 - $425,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 18 Malcolm Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 9 Lawson Road, Merrimu
3 2 2 Your Rural Lifestyle Awaits
Unique opportunity to purchase 2.2Ha (approx) block of land less than
It’s All About Location 2kms from the Main Street of Bacchus Marsh. Planning permit for a
One of the most sought after locations. Nice corner block of approx. caretakers residence in association with existing vineyard. Around 30

670m2 within walking distance to the Village & Main St. Architect types of fruits and vegetables currently being grown on the land
designed has 3 bedrooms with an ENS bathroom to the master bed & including extensive amounts of wine producing grapes & olives. 20ML
separate family bathroom & toilet. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs. Spacious bore water licence, 6.5ML high reliability & 30.7ML low reliability water
lounge is adjacent to family room/meals area & galley style kitchen has rights. Irrigation, shedding with toilet & septic tank.
gas cooktop with rangehood plus a wall oven.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $495,000-$530,000 FOR SALE $675,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

A few of the people we have helped achieve their property goals

since December. If you would like help achieving your property
goals in 2019, call the team at Arbee on 5367 2333
AUCTION 3/10 Mitchell Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1/20 Standfield Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 2 2 1 1

Affordable, Characterful, Practical You Can’t Get More Central!

Here’s your first home, or your next clever investment. Located in a Located in one of the most sought after streets in Bacchus Marsh, this

quiet yet conveniently central court of Darley, we have a 2 bedroom neat front 2 bedroom unit within easy walking distance to Main Street
unit both with BIRs, with central bathroom, large separate lounge area, shopping precinct, hospital, schools and Railway Station presents a
large kitchen & plenty of built in storage. As well as this you’ll also get great opportunity for owner occupiers or astute investors alike. Don’t
an enclosed workshop & garage, huge paved & covered outdoor miss this rare opportunity!
entertaining area, separate alfresco area, & a double carport!
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION 15th December 11.00am FOR SALE $250,000 - $270,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 18 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 South Maddingley Road, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 2

Magnificent Neighbourhood It’s All About Location!

One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home is in a great location and offers an
with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing sunroom. excellent opportunity for first home buyers, investors or those looking
Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block for a solid home with great potential. Walk to the Grammar School,
within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools. Secondary College, Maddingley Park and Railway Station and just 2 km
Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately from the Main Street of Bacchus Marsh.
766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $550,000 FOR SALE $399,000 - $429,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157 Peter 0429 671 990
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

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Avenue Bowling Club

Results - Round 14
Division 1 
Avenue 16 def Clunes 0
Division 2
Avenue 12 def Sebastopol 4
Division 5
Avenue 14 def Buninyong 2 
Division 2
Avenue 2 lost Victoria 16
Division 3 
Avenue 0 lost Webconna 18
Division 5
Avenue 3 lost B.M.S. 15
BMLAC athletes at the Inter Centre Round. Photo - submitted

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

A small group of BMLAC athletes travelled to Werribee to participate in the Inter Centre Round last
Saturday. This was a chance for the athletes to compete against other athletes from Corio, Brimbank,
Melton City and Werribee. For a number of junior athletes, this was their first opportunity to compete
on a synthetic track. Athletes came away from the meet with many personal best results.
This Saturday the Centre will return to the normal Saturday morning competition at Masons Lane
The State Combined Event will also be held this weekend at Lakeside Stadium with the following
athletes representing Bacchus Marsh - Felix Cukavac, Jonas Cukavac, Oliver Cukavac, Solomon Miesen
and Emma Stewart.

Tabcorp Park
Saturday 26th January

Ballan Golf Club

Ballan’s David Myers watches his bowl on the rink.
Photo - supplied
Results - Week ending Saturday 26 January
Wednesday – Stableford – Men’s & Ladies
Ballan Bowling Club Winner Bob Arklay (10) 39 points
Division 3 travelled to Learmonth for an important game if on c/b from Barry Sims (12).
they wish to contest finals this season. After an up and down NTPs - 12th Barry Sims, 15th Bob Arklay.  
contest, it was Ballan that prevailed by 16-shots overall. Magpie - 14th Chris Tudor.
Best rink - Cameron, Birch, Darnley and Coffey who won Saturday Stableford – Australia Day
by 20 shots.  A Grade - Winner Ian Godkin (16) 41points,
Division 7 had a home game against City Oval and after a R/up Chris Tudor (12) 40 points on c/b from Les martin(15).
tight contest all day Ballan was very unfortunate to lose by B Grade - Winner Andrew Carton (20) 41 points
just 1-shot overall. on c/b from John Muhlhan (27).
Best rink for Ballan - J Conroy, Zilveris, Scott and D Robinson NTPs - 12th Michael Di Fiore, 15th Andrew Carton.
Saturday 26 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 5,
who won by 11-shots. Magpies - 14th Stuart Miller, 18th Travis Preston. Ladyship Cup (G1). Winner: Carlas Pixel (10). Trainer: Dean
On Sunday February 3 Ballan Bowling club will hold their Balls (5), Cut-off 40 points: Andrew Carton, Ian Godkin, Braun. Driver: Mark Purdon. Photo: Stuart McCormick
annual Fours Tournament. Chris Tudor, John Muhlhan, Les Martin. HRV.

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Lions show Ballan Cricket Club

form with bat
Day 2 - Ballan v Naps/Sebas 4-wickets in the spell. Michael Snaith came onto bowl with
more tight bowling to claim 5-wickets to have NAPS all out
Ballan 1 St X1 for 68.
Ballan 8/306 def 9/68 & 9/72 Ballan enforced the follow on and sent NAPS back into bat,
By Todd Whelan Batting - A Cairns 131, M Snaith 70, B Loughnane 25, C Gold- Ballan rested the Snaith boys this innings which enabled
ing 17, S Dehnert 10 no, D Gardiner 7 no other bowlers to have a bowl. The best bowler in the second
The Darley First XI has kept its slim finals hopes alive with a Bowling - 1st Innings - M Snaith 11.2-5-5/19, L Snaith 13-4-4/21 innings was Zac Graham taking 4/17, he was well supported
comfortable victory over the winless Napoleons-Sebastopol by Sam Dehnert and Ben Loughnane both taking 2-wickets
Bowling - 2nd Innings - Z Graham, 10-5-4/17, S Dehnert 5-1-
at Darley Park last Saturday. each.
2/15, B Loughnane 2.2-0-2/13
The win sees the Lions move into seventh place on the table
The game continued with Ballan bowling Lachie Snaith Having NAPS out for 72 in their 2nd Innings meant Ballan
some 16-points away from fourth suggesting an outright
producing an excellent spell of opening bowling to claim obtained an outright win.
win in one of the coming three two-day fixtures could well
determine if they make the finals or not.
On a positive note, the Lions middle order put to bed any
external pressure concerning their fragility. In fact, it was
the middle order who would see out the run chase after the
Lions looked in some bother at 4/108, needing a further 80
runs to win with two new batsmen at the crease.
Number five batsman and youngster Joel Cadman led by
example beyond his years proving that poise and patience in
the two-day format is priceless.
The 18-year old’s 130-minute innings of 62 was the steadying
influence at one end that allowed the free hitting Hispatha
Wickramasinghe 32 (44) and Andy Metcalfe 75 (79) to do
their thing at the other.
Opener Danza Hyatt 51 (73) started the run chase in typical
style, it was the West Indians fourth 50 from six outings with
the club this season. Despite Hyatt’s consistent form at the
top of the order he would be disappointed getting out with
the score at 2/78, still 109 shy of the target.
While the win was comfortable in the end, Lions coach Mike
Alexander believes that these standards must be the bare
minimum if the Lions are to make finals.
“We did it pretty easy for most of the day,” he said.
“Ideally, we would like to have achieved the run chase with
only two or three (wickets) down.
“We bat pretty deep, the signs look good for the group Captain Michael Snaith and Jack McGregor appeal successfully for an LBW. Michael picked up 5/19 and scored 70 in the
ahead of our next three two-day games.” first innings.
Alexander recognised the contribution of English newcomer
Andy Metcalfe who has had an immediate impact.
“Andy came out (to Australia) as a travel buddie of Rick
Moore after Christmas and was keen to play some cricket,”
he said.
“His attitude and positivity has been great since his arrival.”
The Lions have recorded all five of their seasons’ wins
chasing runs (from eight attempts) while remaining winless
from four outings batting first. It will be interesting to see
what Alexander does if he wins the toss ahead of Saturday’s
mini Elimination Final against the eighth placed Brown Hill.
Day One action begins at Darley Park from 1pm.


Napoleons-Sebastopol 187 All out lost to Darley 7/290
A. Metcalfe 75, J. Cadman 62, D. Hyatt 51, H. Wickramasinghe
32, R. Moore 29.
Darley now 7th (P12 W5 L7)


Darley 152 All out lost to Dunnstown 6/194
J. Fitzgerald 1/19, L. Jordan 1/24, B. Bennett 1,24, B. Densley
1/31, M. Ward 1/34 BACCHUS MARSH

Darley now 4th (P10 W7 L3)

Jack McGregor seals the outright victory with a sharp stumping off Ben Loughnane’s bowling. Photos – Chris Thom
Darley 287 defeated Coronet City 136 All out
J. Stephenson 6/16, T. Cox 2/24,
Darley now 6th (P10 W5 L5)


*Returns this Saturday
Darley now 5th (P10 W6 D1 L3)



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24. Relative (4) 20. Period (5) Eliminate household hazards and dress for variable keen determination. You see the funny side of nearly all
25. Harbour (4) 21. Unfashionable (5) weather conditions. A community event sees you in the situations. Grey and green are your colours. Family re-
26. Spread (9) 23. Sway (4) limelight. You may find your loved one more ambitious sponsibilities increase. New financial opportunities
27. Fish (4) this week. appear.
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Needing support, walk falteringly (4). 7, Listen and This could be a good week for bargain hunting, espe-
learn, stupefied, about the English (4,2,3). 8. Not giving cially for those who collect antiques. This is the week

the house (4). 9. Does the pantomime dame find it a also for new ideas, but the key is to carry them out
bore? (4). 10. Provide music for the performance (4). effectively.
11. The father and sons hold they’re beneficial to health
(4). 14. Measures and experiments with, on the wall (10). SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
16. Made the bed look inviting, but one wouldn’t have it
(6,4). 19. Secured - the equaliser? (4). 22. It shows one’s
right to give credit (4). 24. Mince meat? (4). 25. Com-
Make a special effort to explore new opportunities espe-
cially your career. The week features a cultural them.
bine liquid resources? (4). 26. Dressed and made to Opera, theatre or literature may dominate your time.
leave (6,3). 27. Powdery, yes, and mum is covered in it ANSWER BELOW
(4). SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Steals and it gives one a feeling of exhilaration (5). 2. A new interest, perhaps in astrology or psychology, can
Good gracious! Outran the girl (5). 3. Take to the moun- lead to a new friendship. Domestic affairs are spotlighted.
tain climbers and don’t lose heart? (4,2). 4. Present days’ The week focuses on family reconcilliations and home
maxims (6). 5. Break the picture (4). 6. Be all worried improvements.
about the spectators for the game (9). 12. Broke for sure,
upon dropping one in (9). 13. Shake up like mad (4). 15. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
The groove the point got stuck in is very small (4). 17.
Rule that the boy with the cold should get up (6). 18. Your appearance is especially important this week. A loyal
Allow to enter and speak freely to (4,2). 20. Is the man friend turns to you for support. Financial plans require
in chains? (5). 21. Put off by the universty, a number fine-tuning. Avoid spending sprees, despite temptations.
returned (5). 23. The soft variety (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Your objectivity helps you mediate a dispute that takes
21, D-elaY (rev.). 23, Kind. place between your favourite friends. Community events
QUICK SOLUTIONS require more of your time but provide you with the
15, Ru-N-t. 17, Deci-dE (rev.). 18, Open up. 20, I-Ron-s.
Across - 7, Accordionist. 8, Pickle. 9, Throng. 10, Con- opportunity for growth.
Snap. 6, Ba-gate-lle. 12, Penur-I-ous. 13, Stun (rev.).
cise. 12, Again. 15, Lying. 16, Connect. 18, School. 20,
Down - 1, Lifts. 2, My-rna. 3, Bear up. 4, AD-ages. 5,
Caress. 22, Remunerative.
A-sh-y. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Acrimony. 2, Hock. 3, Adverse. 4, Worth. 5,
Tied. 22, Tick. 24, Chew. 25, Pool. 26, Turned out. 27,
You may be the beneficiary of a friend’s new prosperiy
Nitrogen. 6, Sten. 11, Consomme. 13, Incisive. 14, Sor-
Play. 11, S-pa-s. 14, Tapes-tries. 16, Turned down. 19,
and it may be the week for shaping travel plans. Missing
cery. 17, Flank. 19, Corn. 21, Rate.
Across - 1, Limp. 7, Lend an E-ar. 8, Firm. 9, Drag. 10,
objects start to turn up. A family health scheme could
gain support.
Across - 7, Bitter strife. 8, St-or-es. 9, R-adish. 10, Mer-
able. 18, Zenith. 20, Epoch. 21, Dated. 23, Rock.
maid. 12, Match. 15, Stake. 16, Callers. 18, Imp-ale.
6, Originate. 12, Arthritis. 13, Plum. 15, Need. 17, Ar- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
20, T-us-can. 22, Floating vote.
Down - 1, Pupil. 2, Charm. 3, Double. 4, Priest. 5, Scar. You set your sights on a goal and strive to achieve it with
Down - 1, Mistreat (anag.). 2, Stir. 3, Dr-astic. 4, Storm.
Deed. 22, Pier. 24, Aunt. 25, Port. 26, Circulate. 27, Shad. keen determination. You see the funny side of nearly all
5, Wind-fall. 6, Mess. 11, Make a row. 13, Currants (cur-
Rage. 11, Lamp. 14, Lieutenant. 16, Chimpanzee. 19, situations. Grey and green are your colours. Family re-
rents). 14, Car-ton-s. 17, Set-to (set,too). 19, Muff. 21,
Across - 1, Pact. 7, Fourscore. 8, Peak. 9, Oboe. 10, sponsibilities increase. New financial opportunities
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1 Darley Sunbury
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1st June 2019 AO 11 6thBacchus Marsh Lake Wendouree
July 2019 MP 16 10th Wendouree
LakeAugust 2019 Bacchus Marsh WR

Point Lake
East Darley Wedouree
Sunbury EO
DP South Lake
MeltonBallarat Wendouree
Darley MRR
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East Marsh Lake Wendouree EO
MP Melton Sunbury
Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh MacP
Lake Wedouree MRR
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MRR Melton Melton
East Point DarleySouth MacP
EO Melton South Redan
Melton Sunbury MRR
N Sebastopol Ballarat
Melton South Melton MBR
MRR Sunbury Melton
Redan East Point CLO
CO City Ballarat
North BallaratMelton Melton South MARS
MacP North Melton City Darley
BallaratSouth Redan MARS

N North Ballarat City Bacchus

Sebastopol Ballarat Marsh NO2
MBR North Ballarat City Sebastopol
Sunbury Melton NO2
CLO Redan Sebastopol
North Ballarat City Ballarat CO
MARS Sebastopol East Point
North Ballarat City Darley MBR
North Ballarat CityBye
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North Ballarat City Sebastopol NO2 Sunbury
RedanBye Sebastopol CO Ballarat Bye
Sebastopol East Point MBR

Redan Bye Bacchus Marsh Bye Sunbury Bye Ballarat Bye

2 19th April 2019 - Good Friday 7 8th June 2019 12 13th July 2019 17 17th August 2019
2 Ballarat
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- Good Friday AO 7 8thBacchus Marsh Darley
June 2019 MP 12 Bacchus
13th Marsh Redan
July 2019 MP 17 Bacchus
17th AugustMarsh
2019 Melton South MP

2 27th April 2019Ballarat Redan AO Lake Wendouree

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Darley WR
MP Lake Wendouree
Bacchus MarshNorth
RedanBallarat City WR
MP Ballarat
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2 Darley Bacchus Marsh

27th April 2019 DP Melton Redan
Lake Wendouree Sunbury MacP
WR Melton
Lake South Ballarat
Wendouree North Ballarat City MRR
WR Darley East
Ballarat NorthPoint
Ballarat City DP
PointMarsh MacP
DP Sebastopol
RedanSouth MBR
MacP Sebastopol Melton
Melton South Ballarat MBR
MRR Lake Wendouree Redan
Darley East Point WR
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N Sunbury
MeltonMelton South
East Point CLO
MacP North Ballarat City East
Sebastopol Point
Melton South NO2
MBR Sunbury East
Sebastopol Point
Melton CLO
MBR Melton
Lake WendoureeSebastopol
Redan MacP
NN North Ballarat City Lake
Sunbury Wendouree
Melton South MARS
CLO Ballarat Bye
North Ballarat City East Point NO2 Darley Bye
Sunbury East Point CLO Sunbury Bye
Melton Sebastopol MacP

N Sebstopol
North Ballarat CityBye
Lake Wendouree MARS Ballarat Bye Darley Bye Sunbury Bye
Sebstopol Bye 13 20th July 2019 18 24th August 2019
3 4th May 2019 8 15th June 2019 13 20th JulyBallarat
2019 Bacchus Marsh AO 18 24th AugustDarley
2019 Ballarat DP

N*3 Bacchus
4th May 2019Marsh Melton MP 8 15th June Ballarat
2019 Sebastopol AO Lake Wendouree
PointMarsh WR
AO Melton South
DarleyNorth Ballarat City
Ballarat MRR
NN* Ballarat
Bacchus MarshEast Point
Melton AO
MP Point Sunbury
EastBallarat Sebastopol EO
AO Melton
Lake South Sunbury
Wendouree East Point MRR
WR MeltonRedan
North Ballarat City CO

N Lake Wendouree
East Point WR
AO Lake Wendouree
East PointMelton
Sunbury WR
EO North Melton City Redan
BallaratSouth Sunbury MARS
MRR Sebastopol
RedanLake Wendouree
Melton MBR
Melton South Darley
Lake Wendouree Sebastopol MRR
WR Melton South Bacchus
Lake Wendouree Melton Marsh MRR
WR Sebastopol Darley
North Ballarat City Redan MBR
MARS Sunbury Bacchus
Sebastopol Marsh
Lake Wendouree CLO

Darley CO
MRR MeltonRedan
SouthNorth Ballarat
Bacchus MarshCity CO
MRR Melton Bye
Sebastopol Darley MBR Point Bye
EastSunbury Bacchus Marsh CLO
City Bye
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Lights at City
Bye Darley Bye 14 27th July 2019 Important Dates
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TBC - Pending Lights at MP 9 22nd June 2019 Ballarat Sunbury
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Important Dates
May 2019Marsh Ballarat
4 11th Bacchus MP 9 22nd JuneDarley
2019 Lake Wendouree DP Darley Melton
Ballarat SunburySouth DP
AO Saturday 18th May 2019
Worksafe Community Championships
Bacchus Point Sebastopol
East Marsh Ballarat EO
MP Melton
Lake Ballarat City
Wendouree MacP
DP Point Melton
East Darley Melton South EO
DP AFLSaturday at Mars
Games 18th MayStadium
Melton Darley
East Point Sebastopol MacP
EO Redan
North Ballarat
South City CO
MacP Bacchus Marsh Bye
East Point Melton EO Saturday 11th May
AFL Games at Mars Stadium
MeltonLake Wendouree
Darley CO
MacP Sebastopol
RedanBacchus Marsh
Melton South MBR
CO Lake Wendouree
Bacchus Marsh Bye Bye Saturday
May (TBC)
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Wendouree CLO
CO Sunbury Ballarat
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5 25th May 2019 10 29th June 2019 15 3rd August
2019 Bye
5 25th Bacchus
May 2019Marsh Sunbury MP 10 29th June Ballarat
2019 Melton AO 15 Bacchus
3rd AugustMarsh
2019 Sebastopol MP

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Sunbury DP
MP Darley Redan
Ballarat Melton DP
AO Bacchus Point North
East Marsh Ballarat City
Sebastopol EO
Point Melton
East Darley North Ballarat
South City EO
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Ballarat City MacP
Lake Wendouree
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East Point South
Bacchus Marsh MARS
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Ballarat MBR
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Melton South CLO
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Ballarat CLO
Melton Bye
Sebastopol Redan MBR Lake Wendouree
SunburyByeSebastopol CLO South Bye
MeltonSunbury Darley CLO
AO - Alfredton Oval, Ballarat, CO - City
Melton ByeOval, Ballarat, CLO - Clarke Oval, Sunbury, DP - Darley
Wendouree Oval, Ballarat, MacP - MacPherson Park, Melton, MARS - Mars
EO - EasternBye Stadium,
Melton SouthBallarat,
ByeMBR - Marty Busch Reserve,
Sebastopol, MP - Maddingley Park, Bacchus Marsh, MRR - Melton Recreation Reserve, NO2 - Northern Oval 2, Ballarat, WR - Wendouree Reserve
AO - Alfredton Oval, Ballarat, CO - City Oval, Ballarat, CLO - Clarke Oval, Sunbury, DP - Darley Park, EO - Eastern Oval, Ballarat, MacP - MacPherson Park, Melton, MARS - Mars Stadium, Ballarat, MBR - Marty Busch Reserve,
Sebastopol, MP - Maddingley Park, Bacchus Marsh, MRR - Melton Recreation Reserve, NO2 - Northern Oval 2, Ballarat, WR - Wendouree Reserve
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Sebastopol Bye
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Darley North Ballarat City DP Darley Redan DP East Point North Ballarat City EO

East Point Melton South EO East Point Bacchus Marsh EO Melton Lake Wendouree MacP

Lake Wendouree Ballarat WR North Ballarat City Melton South MARS Redan Ballarat CO

Sebastopol Redan MBR Sunbury Sebastopol CLO Sunbury Darley CLO

Melton Bye Lake Wendouree Bye Melton South Bye

(The winners and the losers...)

AO - Alfredton Oval, Ballarat, CO - City Oval, Ballarat, CLO - Clarke Oval, Sunbury, DP - Darley Park, EO - Eastern Oval, Ballarat, MacP - MacPherson Park, Melton, MARS - Mars Stadium, Ballarat, MBR - Marty Busch Reserve,
Sebastopol, MP - Maddingley Park, Bacchus Marsh, MRR - Melton Recreation Reserve, NO2 - Northern Oval 2, Ballarat, WR - Wendouree Reserve

By Todd Whelan NORTH BALLARAT Melton, Darley and Bacchus Marsh all twice.
Pros - If season 2018 form is anything - Have four trips to Ballarat - Redan, Lake Wendouree, East
The Melton and Bacchus Marsh Football Clubs will be to go by, North Ballarat can look Point and Ballarat.
looking to make the most of their favourable draws following forward to the easiest second half - Round four through eight looks mighty tough - North
the release of the Ballarat Football Netball League fixture for season draw in the competition. Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh (away), Melton, Lake Wendouree
the 2019 season. North will meet Melton South twice, (away), East Point.
Melton South, Lake Wendouree and Sunbury look to be the Ballarat twice and Redan in their - While there is some relief in the latter middle half of the
hardest hit while last years Premiers East Point’s draw rated final eight games of the season. draw for the Lions their season rounds out with Darley,
mid-range in difficulty. - Will meet 2018 finalists Melton and Bacchus Marsh only Melton (away), Bye and Bacchus Marsh.
Darley’s second half of the season looks decidely easier than once. There will be no easy road back into the finals for proud club
their first, with meetings against the bottom five teams from Cons - Have a ‘howler’ of a first half season draw, matched Sunbury in 2019.
last year. But two meetings with reigning premiers East Point only by Sunbury and Melton South in degree of difficulty. - Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 9/11
and an away meeting with North Ballarat in the back half - The Roosters first eight games include meetings with all
adds considerable weight to their draw when measuring remaining top six teams from last year including road trips REDAN
degrees of difficulty. to Darley and Melton.
Pros - Will enjoy the best start
- Will meet 2018 finalists East Point, Darley and Lake to a season on the draw front
The Moorabool News’ Todd Whelan rates every team’s Wendouree twice. with a bye, Ballarat (away),
draw ..... - Travel East four times to meet Sunbury, Darley, Melton, Sunbury, Lake Wendouree
Melton South. (away) and Sebastopol in the first five weeks.
EAST POINT - Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 3/11 - Meet only three of last year’s finalists twice - Melton, North
Pros - The reigning Premiers have Ballarat, Lake Wendouree.
clearly the easiest first half of the year BACCHUS MARSH - Meet Melton South and Ballarat twice
draw with six of their opening eight Pros - The Cobras have the easiest Cons - Will travel East four times - Melton, Darley, Bacchus
games against bottom six teams from draw in the competition. Marsh, Melton South.
last year. - Just four of the Cobras’ last 13 games - Brutal round six through 10 with meetings against East
- Leave Ballarat (home) once in opening 11 rounds (Melton in season 2019 are against finalists Point, Melton (away), North Ballarat, Melton South and
R2). from 2018 - (Lake Wendouree twice, Darley (away).
Darley, East Point) - Eight of Redans final 12 games in season 2019 will be against
- Play only one of last year’s finalists (North Ballarat) between
rounds 3-8. - To complement the Cobras’ draw last year’s finalists.
even further they only meet two of last year’s finalists twice - Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 5/11
- Travel East only three times (Melton, Sunbury, Darley)
(Darley, Lake Wendouree)
Cons - Will have to play four of remaining top six from last - Play East Point, Melton, North Ballarat only once
year twice (Melton x2, Darley x2, North Ballarat x2, Bacchus BALLARAT
Cons - The Cobras have the hardest opening three rounds of Pros - Meet only three of last year’s
Marsh x1, Lake Wendouree x2)
the competition with meetings against North Ballarat (away), six finalists twice - Darley, North
- Make or break rounds 12-17. Home games to Melton and Darley (away) and Melton. Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh.
North Ballarat are surrounded by four away games including - Will travel to Ballarat five times - North Ballarat, Sebastopol,
Darley. Cons - Will travel East four times
East Point, Ballarat, Lake Wendouree - Bacchus Marsh, Sunbury, Melton
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest the easiest) - 6/11 - Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 1/11 South, Darley.
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is
MELTON LAKE WENDOUREE the easiest) - 8/11
Pros - Had good draw last year Pros - Rounds three through seven
with winning run (9) before falling the Lakers meet bottom five from MELTON SOUTH
agonisingly short on Grand Final day. last year - Sebastopol, Redan (away), Pros - Not a lot to get excited about
Proved to themselves and the league Ballarat, Melton South (away), on the draw front for the Panthers.
they were bonafide contenders and will Sunbury. - Won’t travel to Ballarat after
look to go one better in 2019. Cons - Have a nightmare block of round 10.
- Second half season draw looks comfortable this far out for games between round eight through Cons - Play four of last year’s
the Bloods with meetings (only) against East Point (away) to 16 with byes in round 10 and 14 their only saviour. Meet finalists twice - Melton, Darley, North Ballarat, Bacchus
and Lake Wendouree (home) from last year’s finals series in Melton, Darley (away), Bye, Bacchus Marsh (away), North Marsh.
their last eight games. Ballarat, East Point, Bye, Melton (away), Bacchus Marsh -
- Travel four times to Ballarat between rounds five and 10 -
- Only play East Point and Lake Wendouree from last year’s Good luck!
East Point (R5), Sebastopol (R7), Redan (R9), North Ballarat
finals twice. - Will play four of last year’s finalists twice - East Point, (R10).
Cons - Must travel to Ballarat five times for the year including Melton, North Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh.
- Meet Melton, Sunbury (away), Darley, Bye and East Point
four trips between rounds 8 - 14 - Are matched only by Sebastopol in degree of difficulty for (away) in opening five rounds of the season.
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest the easiest) - 2/11 second half season draw.
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 11/11.
- Travel East four times - Melton South, Darley, Bacchus
Marsh, Melton.
Pros - An even draw is set for
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 10/11 The Washup - easiest to
the Devils, so much so their first
and second half season draws SEBASTOPOL hardest draw ladder
weighted the same with degrees Pros - Travel East just three times -
of difficulty. If you were to pick the Devils’ draw apart for Sunbury, Bacchus Marsh, Melton. (Outcome determined by last year’s numbers, where you
a favourable block of games you would be looking from - Meet Ballarat (twice), Redan and finished, this year’s travel and who you play twice)
rounds six through 15 on last year’s form. Darley will meet Melton South in first seven rounds. 1. BACCHUS MARSH .......................................... 93
the bottom six from last year and savour their two byes - Don’t leave Ballarat until Round 10. 2. MELTON............................................................ 94
during this period. The Devils will clash with just two teams Cons - Tough second half season draw 3. NORTH BALLARAT.......................................... 97
(Bacchus Marsh, East Point) from last year’s final six during matched only by Lake Wendouree for 4. DARLEY............................................................. 97
this 10-week block. difficulty. 5. REDAN............................................................ 102
- Darley travels to Ballarat four times this year to meet - Meet four of last year’s top six twice - East Point, Melton, 6. EAST POINT................................................... 104
Ballarat, East Point, Sebastopol and North Ballarat. Only one Bacchus Marsh, Lake Wendouree.
7. SEBASTOPOL................................................. 107
of those trips will occur in the opening ten rounds. - Arguably the most difficult final third of matches to close
8. BALLARAT...................................................... 107
- The Devils fared okay with meetings against other top six out the season (Round 12 - Round 18) – Melton, Darley,
Bye, Bacchus Marsh (away), East Point, Melton (away), Lake 9. SUNBURY........................................................110
teams from last year. In 2019, home and away meetings are
Wendouree. Ouch! 10. LAKE WENDOUREE.......................................112
locked in for East Point, North Ballarat and Bacchus Marsh.
Darley will meet Melton (away) and Lake Wendouree just - Draw degree of difficulty - 7/11 11. MELTON SOUTH..............................................114
once. Season 2018 ladder
Cons - Rounds 15-17 with meetings against Sunbury (away), SUNBURY 1. East Point 7. Sebastopol
North Ballarat (away) and East Point looks their toughest Pros - Will meet Melton South and 2. Melton 8. Sunbury
stretch at the business end of the season. The Devils will be Ballarat twice who finished bottom 3. Darley 9. Redan
hoping they’ve banked the points from earlier games they two last year. 4. North Ballarat 10. Ballarat
will have entered as favourite. This stretch could well be the Cons - There is very little to like about 5. Bacchus Marsh 11. Melton South
maker or breaker on a top 3 finish. the Sunbury draw to be honest.
6. Lake Wendouree
- Draw degree of difficulty (lowest is the easiest) - 4/11 - Meet last year’s finalists East Point,
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Hunt on for Cup

By Michael Howard Blueblood Dance Craze, a daughter of champion trotter
and brilliant producer Muscle Hill out of another superstar
FOUR Group 1 champions were crowned on Saturday night performer in La Coocaracha, came from last to capture the
and now it’s time for the greatest prize in Victorian harness Group 1 ahead of Kiwi star Temporale and Ballarat’s Sky
racing, the $500,000 Del-Re National A. G. Hunter Cup, as the Petite.
TAB Summer of Glory heats up.
“This is a dream come true,” Golino said, before honouring
Taking place at Tabcorp Park Melton this Saturday, the must-
his biggest backer, owner Pat Driscoll, and his passionate and
see showdown between Australasia’s best pacers has lured a
hard-working team of staff.
field worthy of that title, headlined by TAB Inter Dominion
and Pryde’s EasiFeed Victoria Cup champion Tiger Tara. “He’s an amazing person and he deserves this more than
Having set Melton ablaze in December’s ID18 trainer anyone,” Golino said of Driscoll.
Kevin Pizzuto and reinsman Todd McCarthy return for the The win was secured in the hands of master trainer Mark
2760m classic, but this time team Tiger Tara will confront an Purdon who had a sensational night in the sulky, also
arguably stronger field than that which advanced to the Inter steering Melton trainer Dean Braun’s brilliant mare Carlas
Dominion final. Pixel to victory in the $100,000 Schweppes Ladyship Cup.
New Zealand Trotting Cup winner Thefixer shares early “She’s a wonderful mare, great owners and they’re easy to
favouritism with Tiger Tara, having won the January 19 train for,” Braun said. “She’s just a beautiful horse and I’m so Saturday 26 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 7, Victoria
PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup in his Australian debut for the Derby Final (G1). Winner: Muscle Factory (6). Trainer: S&L
proud of what she’s been able to achieve.”
all-conquering All Stars stable of Mark Purdon and Natalie Tritton. Driver: Lauren Tritton. Photo: Stuart McCormick
It was a Ballarat success in the TAB Multiplier 4YO Bonanza, HRV.
when Emma Stewart (trainer) and Chris Alford (driver)
Stablemate Cruz Bromac and fellow Kiwi Star Galleria,
combined to win with Poster Boy, who was brilliant in
a winner at Melton last Saturday in the DNR Logistics
Casey Classic, round out the favourites, and then there’s the upstaging TAB Inter Dominion finalists Spankem and Pats
Victorian resistance. Delight.
Buster Brady and San Carlo, to be steered by reinswomen “They raced in the Inter … he’s first-up tonight, to do that
Kima Frenning and Rebecca Bartley respectively, are was pretty special,” Stewart said. “He’s a terrific horse.”
considered the best of the local hopes, but will need to be As is Muscle Factory, who was brutal and brilliant in
mighty to topple the raiders. winning the $200,000 Woodlands Stud Victoria Derby for
Night two of the TAB Summer Of Glory delivered drama Shane and Lauren Tritton.
in spades as four Group 1s were claimed at Tabcorp Park Only weeks after lowering the mark for the quickest
Melton on Saturday night. Australasian three-year-old mile, Muscle Factory left all
The headline Woodlands Great Southern Star, Australia’s challengers in his wake to lead all the way and win the age
richest trotting race, was turned on its head in the lead-up classic.
when Andy Gath’s Long Forest star Tornado Valley was
scratched the morning of the race owing to injury. “I just know this horse is a superstar and that’s how we
drove,” Tritton said.
That thrust open the doors for the challengers and Victoria’s
most prolific trainer of trotters, Anton Golino, won with a To watch more superstars in action get to Tabcorp Park Saturday 26 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 8, 4YO
mare that pedigree buffs would say was always destined for Melton this Saturday for A. G. Hunter Cup night. Bonanza (G1). Winner: Poster Boy (4). Trainer: Emma
greatness. More details at www.summerofglory.com.au Stewart. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick

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serviced, good condition inside 180,000km, Reg XPV694, Registered (WBN436). new rear disks and pads, 12 country car, dual batteries, 29,000kms, Reg for 6mths
and out, reg 17/8/2019 (PSC375). Good cond. Priced to sell $15,000 negotiable. months reg. (ULH188). great cond, RWC, (1AY5OI) (Rego IA802)
$2,000. Ph 0407 148 184 $6,000. Ph 0412 885 848 Phone 0488 782 555 $3,500 ONO Ph 0400 127 814 $9,900 ono. Ph 0400 141 811 $9,500 – Ph 0401 843 600

16’8”, double island bed, 4 PEDIGREE 2000 TANDEM Series 2, tandem axle, 18’6’’, Tandem wheels, Twin single
MOTORISED BIKE GOLF BUGGY burner gas cook top and grill, 20ft, full annexe, double bed, queen island bed, toilet and beds. Gas oven/hot plates,
12 months old, as new, Electric, near new batteries fridge, microwave, plenty of 3 way fridge, gas hot plate & shower, 3 gas burners, grill, Water tank. Fridge-gas/

Plus charger. Headlights, storage. Awning with mesh grill, new microwave, AC, electric cook top, 3 way fridge, electric, electric freezer. Bottle

never used. stop lights, taillights, side walls, gas bottle, level plenty of storage, 12V battery, micro, full annexe + awning, gas, roller sun shade includes
Cost $1000 to install motor. Buggy only trailer not rides, many extras. Excellent dual batteries + charger, annex. Lots storage cupboards.
BBQ, 2 gas bottles, electric
$1000 Ph 5368 1419 included. $3250 condition. (Reg N16577) brakes, $16,000 ONO, excellent condition. [S21-277] Rego (P-62568) 22 July 2019.
or 0416 955 138 0437 771 505 $15,000 – Ph 0408 352 613 Contact Alan 0488 345 145. $32,000 ono - 0408 132 195 Asking $9,000 - Ph 0488 009 233

Closing Business Sale

Heavy duty portable saw
New plate compactor, Advertise your
Car / Boat /
only 8 hours work,
bench. Built August 2018.
warranty May 2019, $1500.
New 13 horse Power motor.
Roll top bench.
Fire prevention pump, $500.
Hitachi metal bench saw, Float / Tractor
Motorcycle /
PORTABLE CABIN Site office V belt drive. 27 inch saw.
POP TOP CARAVAN $200. Electric concrete
20′ 1997 Regent Pop Top, TANDEM TRAILER 6x3m, lights, power points, LED Lights. Complete with
vibrator, $250. Plus other
Caravan for
Full annex, cover and all Repainted, 5 new tyres, A/C, heavy duty door, bars on jockey wheel.

accessories including TV, Mechanical brakes, Cattle crate, windows, delivery at cost, many tools and machinery.
more sizes available. $6990 $2400.
3 months $50
12 volt batteries etc. 12 Months rego, Reg M24209 Phone 5368 2339
$15,000 (Reg F47089) Good condition. $2350 ONO 9399 Western Highway, East Ph: 5348 6540 after 6 pm.
Ph 0427 676 390 Ph 0438 598 135 Ballarat. Ph: 0428 860 345 between 7pm – 9pm
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The latest generation of HiLux models are built to be stronger and more capable than ever. But that’s not what makes them
Unbreakable. New HiLux Rogue, Rugged X and Rugged have been developed to awaken something deeper. An inner strength. An
Unbreakable spirit. And if that spirit is within you, the strength of the HiLux can empower you to do anything.


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

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