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Coal Creek Community Park & Museum
12 Silkstone Rd Korumburra 5655 1811
Tickets on sale now from Coal Creek or via Moshtix
$10.00 Covers entry and participation for all day events
$ 5.00 Viewing games and for parents non participating
$20.00 Kostume Ball and drink token
$25.00 Special Edition Ticket Includes Day Activities & Kostume Ball + drink token
Saturday, January 16, 2016 10.00am – 4.30pm
All Age Event Minecraft - Steampunk – Cosplay – Table Top Games - Anime
Best Dressed Competitions Workshops - Medieval display – Stall Holders
Kostume Ball 18+ 7.30pm – 11.00pm
Dress up and dance to some of the geekest music by DJ Hemphill.
Be Crowned King or Queen of the ball..
Enjoy a wonderful night of entertainment
Terms and Conditions. Simonds Homes reserves the right to substitute similar products to those referred to in this promotion should an item not be available. Limits apply for some promotional lines. Floor
plans, facade images and photographs have been used for illustrative purposes only, and may not represent the final product as shown. Furniture, accessories, landscaping and decks are not supplied
by Simonds. Some facade inclusions shown may not be included in our standard, and may be for display purposes only. Purchasers should refer to their new home sales consultant for more information.
14 week build time guarantee (Classic Specification) and 18 week build time (Premium and Elite Specification) is considered from site start to practical completion inspection (PCI) appointment. Subject
to purchaser fulfilling their contractual requirements. Land must be titled and in approved greenfield sites. Only available to clients who purchase a Simonds home from a Simonds display centre or office.
For a limited time only Simonds Homes &
College Estate are saving you a further
110 - 112 Graham Street, Wonthaggi
• COLORBOND® Steel Roof
• Tiles for entry, kitchen & meals
• Carpet throughout
• Quality fixtures & fittings
• Stainless steel appliances
Simonds Homes Traralgon | Stockdale Fields Display
0412 224 228 | firstname.lastname@example.org
All House & Land packages include
the following items:
• Cabinetry to Kitchen
• Remote Control Garage
• Concrete Driveway
• Site costs
Exclusive to The Ridge Estate Yinnar
Como Fixed at $305,732
Stamford Fixed at $266,551
Broadwater Fixed at $260,534
Leon Fixed at $302,383
Images shown for illustrative purposes and may not represent the final product. Prices are based on availability and price of land.
Simonds reserves the right to alter any price or substitute any home without prior notice. All house and land packages are subject to
developers’ final approval.In the event that a Homesite does not have Survey Pegs in place to identify lot boundary then an additional
charge will be added to the cost of the house.
Fixed House & Land Packages from $248,200
FREE UPGRADE TO A COLORBOND® STEEL ROOF
*Ends 11.59pm AEDST 29 February 2016. Open to Aust. resident
homeowners 18+ who spend min. $200 on COLORBOND® steel
product/s for residential property they own b/w 1/5/15 – 29/2/16.
Strict eligibility req. apply for purchase/s incl. roof purchases, see
T&Cs. Keep receipt/s. Max 1 entry/ person. Draws at 2pm, B6, 41-
43 Bourke Rd, Alexandria, NSW 2015. Major Draw: 1/3/16. Major
Draw Prize - $100K. 1 draw for each State/Territory (8 total) each
promo. mth (“State Mthly Draws”). State Mthly Draws: 1st Tues.
each month Oct ‘15 – Mar ‘16. State Mthly Draw Prize (1 per draw):
$2K. Winners in The Australian 11/3/16 (Major Draw winners); & 3rd
Friday after each State Mthly Draw (State Mthly Draw Winners). Full
terms at COLORBOND.COM/ GENUWIN/TERMS. COLORBOND®
is a registered trade mark of BlueScope Steel Limited. © 2015
BlueScope Steel Limited ABN 16 000 011 058. All rights reserved.
*ENDS 11.59pm AEDST 29 February 2016. Open to Aust. resident homeowners 18+ who spend min. $200 on COLORBOND® steel product/s for residential property
they own b/w 1/5/15 - 29/2/16. Strict elgibility req. apply for purchase/s incl. roof purchases, see T&Cs. Keep receipt/s. Max 1 entry/ person. Draws at 2pm, B6, 41 - 43
Bourke Rd, Alexandria, NSW 2015. Major Draw: 1/3/16. Major Draw Prize - $100K. 1 draw for each State/Territory (8 total) each promo. mth (“State Mthly Draws”). State
Mthly Draws: 1st Tues. each month Oct ‘15 - Mar ‘16. State Mthly Draw Prize (1 per draw): $2K. Winners in The Australian 11/3/16 (Major Draw winners); & 3rd Friday
after each State Mthly Draw (State Mthly Draw Winners). Full terms at COLORBOND.COM/GENUWIN/TERMS. ® are registered trademarks of BlueScope Steel Limited.
TM marks are trademarks of BlueScope Steel Limited. © 2015 BlueScope Steel Limited ABN 16 000 011 058. All rights reserved.
Brad Martindale 0438 889 929
Haven Berkley Facade
from their already unbelievable advertised
House & Land Packages prices
LOT 56 MCMAHON WAY,
$282,991 FIXED PRICE
Rathdowne Penfold Facade
LOT 30 CAMBRIDGE WAY,
$306,812 FIXED PRICE
All fixed price packages include: Carpet & Floor Tiles/Boards throughout, Concrete Driveway & Path, Natural
Gas Ducted Heating, 900mm Stainless steel Cooktop, Oven & Range, Quality Fixtures & Fittings, Overhead
Kitchen Cupboards, Remote Control Garage Door, Flyscreens, NBN Provision, Fixed Site Costs.
Open 6 days a week, Mon - Sat
FIRST 3 PACKAGES SOLD
INCLUDE A COLORBOND®
STEEL ROOF UPGRADE
PLUS purchase before 29th February &
you could win $100k in the COLORBOND®
steel GEN-U-WINTM promotion.
Nominate a mobile black spot
sought in the federal elec-
torate of McMillan for mo -
bile black spots.
The nominations will be
considered for attention
in Round 2 of the Mobile
Black Spot Program.
Government has commit-
ted $60 million which will
help provide new or up-
graded mobile coverage in
McMillan under Round 2
of the Mobile Black Spot
Russell Broadbent said.
“I strongly encourage
residents of McMillan to
nominate mobile black
spots in the local area
before the deadline of De-
Black spot nominations
for Round 2 of the pro-
gram can be made online
emailed to Russell at rus-
as mobile black spots by
people living in McMillan
will be added to a national
The database will be
provided to mobile op-
erators as part of a com-
petitive selection process,
where operators will be
required to nominate sites
where they would build
new or upgraded base sta-
tions to serve the black
spot locations nominated
by the public.
The Government will
then select successful loca-
tions in accordance with
the ranking process set out
in the Mobile Black Spot
Program Round 2 guide-
lines, which will be issued
publicly prior to the com-
mencement of the competi-
tive selection process.
The competitive selec-
tion process is scheduled
to begin in early 2016,
and the Government ex-
pects to be in a position to
announce the successful
locations under Round 2
by the end of 2016.
Over 6,000 locations
were nominated under
Round 1 of the program.
Black spots which are
not set to receive new or
upgraded coverage under
Round 1 of the program
will remain in the data-
base as eligible locations
for Round 2.
Landcare grants awarded
$182,400 in grants was allocated to
Landcare groups within the area of the
West Gippsland Catchment Manage -
ment Authority (WGCMA) as the part
of the $2 million 2015-16 Victorian
Landcare Grants recently.
Five Landcare networks, which sup-
port the individual Landcare groups,
each received $32,000 to improve,
support and increase biodiversity in
their districts of Bass Coast, Latrobe
Catchment, Maffra and Districts,
South Gippsland and Yarram Yarram.
In addition, 57 maintenance grants
of $400 have been made to the individ-
ual Landcare groups within the WGC-
MA region to assist in the running of
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Fresh new supermarket
opens in Tarwin Lower
THE doors to the new
Tarwin Lower IGA su-
permarket were officially
opened last Friday, with
large crowds of locals
turning out to show their
Store owner Frank Keily
said he and his wife Louise
were absolutely thrilled
to be finally opened and
were honoured by the
support they had received
from the local community
on the opening day.
“It has really been a fan-
tastic morning,” he said.
“The sun is out and
everyone is really enthu-
siastic which is great to
Mr Keily said the whole
Tarwin Lower and sur-
had encouraged the proj-
ect since “day dot,” and
the Keily family were hap-
py to be able to deliver,
with a brand new super-
“We really appreciate
it,” he said.
“The locals have been
behind us and really
looked after us all this
time. And this can only
happen because we have
had that support from
our customer base. ”
Describing the project
as a “hell of a journey,”
Mr Keily said it was really
exciting to see the project,
which has been four to
five years in the making,
come to fruition.
“The last 12 months
have been really hectic,
my family and our close
friends have all really
Mr Keily said TS Con-
structions had also been
“fantastic to deal with, ”
throughout the whole
“They went above and
beyond for us; they really
are a great company to
With the doors now
open and trading under-
way, Mr Keily said he is
now looking forward to
what the future brings.
The Keily family were joined by family and close friends to help officially open the new Tarwin Lower IGA
supermarket last Friday morning. C165115.
Butcher Dale Wilson of Wilson Meat Co can now be
found in the new Tarwin Lower IGA Supermarket,
with shoppers being able to access a traditional, full
serviced butchery in store. C275115.
Local Kym Dellan was one of the first customers with a trolley laden with gro-
ceries to pass through Hannah Keily’s checkout. C215115.
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