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Queenscliff27CELEBRATINGRIPYEARSand Point LonsdaleYour Community Voice July 2017 No. 292Surf's up... at Queenscliff!It doesn't happen all that often, but when the surf The Rip July 2017 Page 1god's declare \"surf's up\" at Queenscliff's frontbeach, the locals heed the call. Pictured, XavierEales, 12, was among those making the most ofunusually high swells at Pilot Beach last weekend.David McDonald Buildersbuilding with excellence Complete Building Service Award Winning Designs Coastal Living at its Finestwww.davidmcdonaldbuilders.com.aue: dmac@pipeline.com.aum: 0418 599620


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Heritage listing gains momentum The lighthouse has navigational aids and A local campaign to have the Point Lonsdale Pictured: Michelle Jepson, Michael Dowling, defence structures associated with the first andLighthouse Reserve included on the National Andrew Sutherland, David Connoley, second World Wars. The reserve was first usedHeritage List has received a significant shot in Fay Agterhuis, Merv Jaensch and Sarah in the mid-ninteenth century to help guide thethe arm, with the Federal Government calling Henderson safe entry of shipping into Port Phillip for thefor a “priority assessment” of the site. Victorian colony. It is also the site of William gain priority assessment. The other is Finnis Buckley’s cave. Federal Environment Minister Josh Springs Mission in South Australia.Frydenberg has directed the National Heritage “It’s been a long fight to get this far butCouncil to undertake a formal review, to The announcement is in response to a it’s not over yet. With rampant developmentdetermine its suitability to sit alongside more nomination, lodged by resident Andrew occurring west of Point Lonsdale, keepingthan 100 other iconic locations. Sutherland which detailed the reserve’s precious foreshore open space is an absolute maritime, defence and cultural assets as priority. The foreshore is what residents and The Council will now seek feedback from justification for inclusion. visitors all come to Point Lonsdale to enjoy.the public, stakeholders and others potentially Keeping the foreshore accessible to all comers,affected by the listing, including Indigenous not just niche groups, is my passion,” saidpeople – a process that could take upwards of long-time heritage advocate Lester Hunt.two years. “Importantly, NHL will mean that the many “Consultation, including in relation to historic structures - dating back to the 1850’sthe geographical boundary of any National on the Reserve, will get the formal recognitionHeritage listed site, is integral,” said that recent local planning schemes have failedCorangamite MP Sarah Henderson, who has to accurately document.”been vocal in her support of the reserve’sinclusion on the list. “This means that the Queenscliffe Council, which manages thecommunity will be offered the opportunity reserve, has been forced into an embarrassingto submit that historical parts of Queenscliff backflip as a result of Mr Frydenberg’sshould also be considered. announcement. Having refused to support Mr Sutherland’s nomination it has now moved “I visited the site with the then Environment to have a report tabled at its August CouncilMinister Greg Hunt in May 2016 and was meeting detailing the “significance andproud to throw my support behind the push implications “ of the listing.for National Heritage listing. “I think it’s terribly important that the “I strongly believe that the Point Lonsdale process from here on in is fully understood byLighthouse Reserve and environs would all of us,” cautioned Councillor Bob Merriman.make a worthy addition to the 110 places that “Certainly we’ll be waiting for the Heritagealready feature on our National Heritage List, Council to come forward with their report. “which includes the Great Ocean Road.” The Reserve is just one of two nationwide to The Rip July 2017 Page 3


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Your 2017/18 green waste calendarand recycling guide Bellarine HWY Fellows Rd LawGrernimceeRs dRd McDonald Rd Wharf St WilliJaomrsdaRndRdKirk Rd Murray Rd King St Hesse St Bellarine HWY Flinders StFellows Rd Collection Zone FRIDAY A Collection Zone FRIDAY B Pt Lonsdale Rd Bowen Rd Ocean Rd 2017/2018CGorleleenctWionasCtealBeinndar Zone A Zone BYour green waste calendarand A-Z recycling guide has been 2017included in this issue of The Rip.* July August SeptM T W T ember31 FCheck your green waste bin collection day using SS M TWthe maps above, then pop the calendar on your 12 12 T F S Sfridge using the magnet we provided last year. 3456789 3 4 5 6 MTWT F S SWe’ve updated the A-Z recycling and waste guide tohelp you recycle more items than 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 123ever before in your yellow-lid bin. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 11 12Through your efforts, our collection of 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 6 7 8 9 10green waste and recycling continues to 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 13 14 15 16 17rise and our contamination rates are low. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 28 29 30 31 18 19 20 21 22 23 24Keep up the good work 25 26 27 28 29 30Queenscliffe! October November DecM T W T ember30 31 F S S M T WVisit www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au 1 1for more information on how to use 2345678 T F S S MTWT F S Syour kerbside bins correctly. 2 3 4 5*The calendar has been distributed with The Rip to residential 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 123properties within the Borough of Queenscliffe only. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 27 28 29 30 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2018 January FebruaryM March1 TW T F S S MTWT F S S MTWT F S S 23 4 5 6 7 1234 1234 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 29 30 31 26 27 28 26 27 28 29 30 31 April May JM T W T F S S M une30 1 TW T F S S MTWT F S S 2345678 12 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 28 29 30 31 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Binsctohnattaamreinoavteiorfnuwll,iollvneorwt beeigehmt oprticeodn. tain 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 | Phone: 03 5258 1377 | Fax: 03 5258 3315 www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au The Rip July 2017 Page 8


Music Fest continues to grow Queenscliff Music Festival organisers believe It also delivered:they’ve finally struck the right recipe for Xavier Rudd, the • Record volunteer participation Recordsuccess, after recording yet another bumper Temper Trap andprofit . Powerfinger frontman cash and fundraising contributions Bernard Fanning from the QMF back into the community Last year's event attracted 15,800 patrons and headline the first QMF ($52,000 total), raked in more than $200,000 in profit over its lineup for 2017. Full • An economic boost to the local economythree days. details P35 of $3.3 million, and • Over $100,000 in marketing and “There will be some minor tweaks this year can continue on to our 30th and 40th festivals.” promotion of Queenscliff and thebut clearly based on last year’s success, we Last year’s was the first sell out in the event’s surrounding region know we have a good thing going now and Locals have been warned to purchase ticketswe just need to focus on building on it,” said 20 years.  It was also named Victoria Tourism’s early or risk missing out this November.  Director Andrew Orvis. best festival and the Borough of Queenscliffe’s “Ticket sales this year are phenomenal, with Community Event of the Year. an unprecedented level of Early Bird sales. “We’re extremely happy with the result of We’re well on our way for another sell out,” Mrcourse and we look to try and maintain it going Ninety-five percent of close to 880 patrons Orvis said.forward. The festival industry is a tough one surveyed rated the festival as “very good” orthough, so we know that things can change. It’s “excellent” and 99 percent indicated a wish toour job to future-proof things now so that QMF return.   LBMUIICMHILADBELERS SPECIALIDSETSSIGINNE&COC-OCNOSNTSRIUDECRTIAOTNE W: WWW.MICHAELLIMBBUILDERS.COM.AU E: MICK@MICHAELLIMBBUILDERS.COM.AU M: 0410650019 CLASSIC HAS IT ALL...GAS LOG FIRES, WOOD HEATERS, BARBEQUES AND OUDOOR AL FRESCO BARBE 99 West Fyans Street, Newtown 5222 1688 info@classic replaces.com.au www.classic replaces.com.au The Rip July 2017 Page 9


Boundary change on the New council gets tick ofbackburner between those two.” approval Boundary change would grow the Borough The Borough of Queenscliffe has put its bid The Borough of Queenscliffe has scored a C+for boundary change into the too hard basket, by upwards of 1500 additional households – on its annual Community Satisfaction reportwith CEO Lenny Jenner acknowledging it may around half of our existing rate base. card.not be in the municipality’s best interest. The issue has raised its head on several The result, taken from a phone survey of 400 After revisiting the case to extend Fellows occasions over the past four decades, most residents earlier this year, is higher than theRoad to beyond The Point Estate some months recently last year when Local Government state average (59%) and puts Queenscliffe at theback, Mr Jenner said preliminary investigations Minister Natalie Hutchins said she was willing top of the small Rural Councils Group (58%).had thrown up potential concerns regarding an to consider a boundary change if there wasextended rate base. enough local support. Councillor Bob Merriman said the outcome, which is also three percent up on last year’s “We’ve requested a range of information A survey of 216 residents on the western result, provides a stamp of approval for thefrom the City of Greater Geelong (CoGG) and boundary in 2012 delivered a lukewarm new Council.[it] provided quite a bit of that information… response, with 47 percent favouring a moveand we’ve been analysing that information to into the Borough. Another survey by Deakin “This survey was done in February andwork out if it’s in Council’s best interests in University in the early 1990’s found upwards of March, when we were having a number ofterms of financial sustainability and ongoing 70 percent support for change. issues raised with us of great significance, weindependence to take on that part of the City of had the question of where we were going withGreater Geelong,” Mr Jenner said. “There is no doubt that Council is committed rate-capping, so there were a range of things to trying to govern in a way that makes sure that one could look at and say well maybe “That’s one part of it, but the other part people living on that side of Fellows Road, it wasn’t a good time to do a measure of ourof it is if we try to progress a change to the in Point Lonsdale but in the City of Greater performance,” Cr Merriman said.boundary then it means council takes on more Geelong, are still involved in key decisionsresponsibility, and we're not entirely clear that and community consultation associated with “This result is by far an outstandingthat’s in council’s best interests in terms of its decisions that the borough may make that achievement by a new council in it first year.”ongoing financial sustainability. have an impact on their sense of the local community,” Mr Jenner said. Council performed highest in customer “We’re trying to get that balance between if service (71%), sealed local roads (65%) andwe were to take on that area and we were to advocacy (59%).increase that level of rate income by x, how doesthat line up with the level of expenditure and Its weakest areas were identified as communityrisk associated with y and what’s the balance consultation, inappropriate development, and communication. CLARK HOMES▬ builders with experience ▬ ○Green Smart Builders ○ Quality Customised Homes○ Architectural Designed Homes ○Complete Building Service ○Building & Planning Permits ○ Renovations & Extensions ○ Multi Dwelling developments PH: 5258 4640 - 0418 366938 steve@clarkhomes.com.au 2062 Bellarine Highway, Marcus Hill www.clarkhomes.com.au Registered Building Practitioner Housing Industry Association Member The Rip July 2017 Page 10


\"Put resident first!\" - PLCA demands The Borough’s oldest and most powerful “The Council’s support for businesses must controversial Destination Queenscliff project.community group has taken aim at the Borough be demonstrated as an investment of ratepayer “Tourism contributes less than 20 percentof Queenscliffe over decision-making that funds which produces a positive return basedfavours the commercial sector over ratepayers. on a cost benefit analysis. “ to the economic activity of the Borough so to promote economic stability it is important to The 107 year old Point Lonsdale Community Leading consultancy firm Deloitte is build on the area’s strengths not weaknesses.Association (PLCA) has used a submission to undertaking the EDS. A draft report is expected The Deloitte review must look at what otherthe Council’s Economic Development Strategy by August. businesses are successful and why,” theto criticise what it sees as an unfair focus Association argues.on business, at the expense of the rest of the The state government is contributing $40,000community. towards the $65,000 cost of the study, which The PLCA submission also calls on Council to: aims to give an assessment of the municipality’s “Locals need to be seen and treated as competitive advantages, weaknesses and · Pursue boundary changeimportant members of the local economy – the opportunities for growth.Borough is not simply a community of tourists · Only provide financial support forbut it is easy to get the impression from the Council controversially named its Tourism arts and cultural events that deliverCouncil’s focus that tourism is paramount,” Economic and Development Committee an economic return for ratepayers.the submission, prepared on behalf of the (TEDAC) lead reference group for the projectAssociation’s 350 members, states. – a move the PLCA says will unfairly skew its · Pursue National Heritage Listing outcome in favour of business. of the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse “The Council should definitely not try to Reserve and Fort of Queenscliffpick business winners and losers as this implies “The PLCA finds objectionable the procedureit has the capacity to do so – as the smallest nominated in the discussion paper whereby the · Trademark Queenscliffe as a placeCouncil in Victoria this is a highly doubtful draft report is prepared with the significant that is “different, calm and with aprospect.” input and control by TEDAC,” it said. history – something untouched, not damaged by over-development…” The Association has rejected Council figures “The TEDAC model should be terminatedputting the number of businesses operating in as it is inappropriate to channel this important · Make business – not ratepayers – paythe borough at 1700, citing official Australian study via such a narrowly focused group for any “Buy Local” promotionsBureau of Statistics figure of just 323. which is simply not representative of the wider community.” · Consider potential uses for the It also argues against Council trying to Queenscliff Fort, other than tourism;prop up businesses struggling with online The PLCA’s intervention comes amid a “a campus of Deakin University orcompetition and high rents; “There needs to climate of community anger over the prospect a state/commonwealth governmentbe some acceptance that the retail strip in both of a 4.5 percent rate hike this coming financial agency…,” andQueenscliff and Point Lonsdale are subject year – 2.5 percent over the state governmentto macro-economic forces which would be cap. · Retain an Avenue of Honourvirtually impossible and inappropriate for atiny Council to endeavor to influence. It's feared much of the derived rate income will be used to deliver tourism initiatives – including those associated with the Something Something to accompany different your mealFresh quality ingredients Quality pre-made meals Point Lonsdale Supermarket shopping made easy...Point Lonsdale Village P: 5258 4911 Open 7 days: 8am - 8pm Follow us on instagram: @pointlonsdaleiga The Rip July 2017 Page 11


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Cruise the Bay and enjoy a spectacular bay sunset whilst enjoying Food, Wine & Live Music| |Sailing from Sorrento 7pm -10pm $85per personSailing from Queenscliff 7.45 -10.45pm Book online @ searoad.com.au/sunset“You can count on my experience… when experience counts the most.” Neil Laws FREI FAPI CEA (REIV) – Branch Manager, Queenscliff Licensed Estate Agent - Accredited Auctioneer - Sworn ValuerBuying or selling a home is a major event in anyone’s life so it makes sense to Queenscliuse the most experienced professional in the field at such an important time. Neil 64 Hesse Streetis the most experienced real estate practitioner permanently located within theBorough of Queenscliffe. 5258 4567He has built an outstanding reputation over more than twenty years in the local Kerleys offices alsoarea for his professionalism and singular concern for his vendor’s interests, his at Point Lonsdalehonesty and integrity and his depth of knowledge in all things real estate. and Ocean GroveHe is a Fellow of the Real Estate Institute of Australia and the Australian Property www.kerleys.com.auInstitute, Past President and Director of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria andan REIV Accredited Auctioneer and Sworn Valuer.If you are in the market to buy or sell or require valuation or consultancy adviceregarding the local market or real estate generally then give Neil a call on 0419583 633 or email him at neil.laws@kerleys.com.au The Rip July 2017 Page 13


Minister opens door to Bluff development A senior state government MP has denied to include Queenscliff and, in particular Protest signs,her government is applying double standards Shortland’s Bluff. This is the third important opposing the headland in the iconic Shortland's Bluffin its consideration of a 10 two-storey cabin acbin development, Port Phillip Heads precinct and just like have starteddevelopment on Queenscliff’s Shortland’s Bluff. Point Nepean and Point Lonsdale, Shortland’s appearing in Bluff is equally rich in maritime and defence windows and fences Lisa Neville has strongly indicated the history and an important part of Victoria’s across the borough heritage narrative,” said QCA president Davidgovernment may be willing to hand over Connoley. “There are parts of Point Nepean where you can appropriately develop but theythe additional funds needed to make the On being elected in 2014, the Andrews were planning to build into the woodland Government moved immediately to scrap and national park and that was seen ascontroversial proposal a reality. That is a contract for a health and fitness retreat, inappropriate.” incorporating accommodation, on Pointdespite pulling the pin on an accommodation Nepean. Meanwhile, the newly-formed No Tourist Housing on Shortland’s Bluff Group hasdevelopment on the opposite side of the Bay, at “That wasn’t about having no accommodation collected more than 500 signatures within on Point Nepean, it was about that particular hours of launching a petition against the cabinPoint Nepean, soon after being elected. proposal,” Ms Neville said. development. “We haven’t made any announcement “There are a number of good initiatives,about our funding. There is a proposal in with which we support ,in the Destinationgovernment at moment[and] if there was a Queenscliff project., however the constructiondecision to move forward with funding, there’s of 10 x 2 storey so-called ‘5 star eco-cabins’still the planning process to come,” she told The on Shortland’s Bluff is not one of them,” saidRip. spokesperson Kate Jackson. An opinion piece by Ms Jackson can be read on Page 23. “From my point of view you have to ask is itthe right number of cabins in there and I thinkthat’s a discussion that should happen. “I think it’s about how these things are doneand not just saying they’re out of the question.” The Queenscliffe Council has secured $7million in federal funding for its DestinationQueenscliff Plan, which includes a 10 mainlydouble storey cabins behind the whitelighthouse. It is seeking a further $2.7 millionthrough Regional Development Victoria. A decision appears to be imminent. The Queenscliff Community Association hasimplored Ms Neville to reject the applicationand instead support a heritage listing for bothPoint Lonsdale and Queenscliffe lighthousereserves. “Given Point Nepean already hasNational Heritage classification, we believea complementary action is now requiredGive plastic theflick this July Residents are being challenged to ditch plastic similar products. Borough businesses will be doing their bitthis month, to give our local environment a “Plastic Free July is a terrific program that has by discouraging the use of disposable plasticmuch-needed breather. shopping bags. the potential to reduce waste and preserve the The Borough of Queenscliffe has adopted natural beauty of our environment,’ said Mayor To find out how to participate, or to registerPlastic Free July – a national initiative aimed Tony Francis. for the Challenge, log onto the Plastic Free Julyat highlighting the harmful impacts of the website.material – and is asking us all to say no to “Plastic is designed to last forever, but single-plastic bags, straws, take-away coffee cups and use plastics such as plastic bags and water bottles are often used for a few minutes only.” The Rip July 2017 Page 14


Locals, not outsiders, Arcadian Workshopsto replace Avenue In Beautiful Places for Creative Minds The removal of Queenscliff’s Avenue of Honour need not be traumatic on theas locals might fear and a new one could be established within 10 years, Bellarineif the Council gets its replacement strategy right, a leading tree experthas advised. Winter Workshops 20 July - Seduction by Chocolate with Dr Greg Moore is former Principal of Melbourne University’s BurnleyCollege and a leading voice in tree cultivation and management. Miek Paulus (half day) 24 July - Crime Writing with Angela Savage He says while the decision to bring down the century old MontereyCypress pines is “very disappointing,” Council’s appointment of a 10am - 4pmreference group to oersee replanting appears “fair and reasonable.” 18 Aug - Polymer Jewellery Making with “The issue here is you’ve got these significant trees. They shouldn’t be Lisa Jose 10am - 2pmremoved before a proper replacement strategy is in place … and there 24 Aug - Visual Art fun and vibrancy withshould be proper consultation with the local RSL if they’re prepared todo it, because it’s an Avenue of Honour,” Dr Moore said. Kate Gorman 10am - 4pm “Often these avenues are not just avenues of honour but avenues For full details and bookings visitin general and essentially gateways to the town and they have a very www.arcadianworkshops.com.au/significant impact… an even bigger impact than most people will realise. workshops Book now as places are limited. “With an agreed selection of plants and good management , if you do Contact Marylou Gilbertthat properly, then you will get your avenue back in a surprisingly short (e) arcadianworkshops@gmail.comperiod of time. “ (m) 0401 699 783 @arcadianworkshops Council announced it would move to replace the trees after an arboristassessment found some were close to their end of life and most were atrisk of succumbing to the incurable disease Seiridium Canker. The oldest of the trees date back to 1918, and were planted in honourof local fallen soldiers. “Canker can be a real problem. It can also be used as an excuse forremoval before other management options have been considered,”Dr Moore said. “If you’ve got the cypress canker then you’re going tohave to consider that in choosing your replacement species. The usualrecommendation is that you’ve got to wait for a period of up to two yearsto put cypress back in and that’s probably not going to be acceptable ina community situation. “ There are hundreds of potential replacements but locals, not outsiders,need to make the call, Dr Moore cautioned. “They didn’t always get their tree selections right with their avenues ofhonour and so I personally don’t believe that you should be committedto the mistakes of the past if you like. “All of the replacement strategies have their benefits and theirdisadvantage and locals really have to decide what they think is best forthem, and it will differ for different communities,\" he said. “My usual advice for avenues of honour is try and find a connectionbetween the species you choose and the original reason for establishingthe avenue in the first place. Sometimes there are trees that are relevantto where soldiers fought, sometimes there are trees that are relevant tothe period in history when the avenue was planted and sometimes thereare trees that are relevant to the community group that did the originalplanting. I always advise that you do a little bit of historical work just tosee if there is a connection and I would then say that whatever speciesyou are going to consider, they must be appropriate to the site. “ Home maintenance Grant Rogers Point Lonsdale Ph. 0438 261 954 A.H. (03) 5258 1056 The Rip July 2017 Page 15


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July Diary1 YOGA MASSAGE & WORKSHOP: at the Queenscliff Uniting Church from 3.30pm. Tickets $20, includes refreshments.This fully immersive experience includes yoga, Wine bar available.aromatherapy & music all designed to giveyou a deeper awareness of your body and ■ Enjoy HIGH TEA with popular artist Emma Unique singer-songwriters Georgia Fieldsmind. Kirks Place Point Lonsdale. 11am - 1pm Hack and learn about her latest exhibition and Phia have teamed up for a run of 15 dates. $70. Bookings www.lighthouseartcollective. today between 2 and 4.30pm at La Salle across the country. The Sky and Sea Tour,com a Manger restaurant today. Bookings are taking place throughout July and August, will essential. $45 includes a glss of champagne. see these two lend their distinctive sound to8 Learn to play a didgeridoo, weave a each other’s material, as they accompany one 15 Editor of the popular political journal another on everything from kalimba to casio,traditional basket, make a boomerang and electric guitar to tambourine.taste hand-made damper. These are just Meanjin, Jonathan Green, will be joined by The tour name is a reference to their recentsome of the activities to enjoy as part of our Guardian Australia political editor Katharine albums, both respectively released in 2016.locao Naidoc Week celebration at Point Murphy at The Bookshop at Queenscliff 3pm The girls will conduct a one-off musicalLonsdale School Hall between 2 and 4pm. today for a discussion; \"Who in their right mind workshop at Point Lonsdale's Kirk's PlaceEntry is FREE. would be a politician?\". $12 entry includes a on Sunday July 30, followed by a 5pm glss of wine. Book online at performance. Bookings at Bookings www.■ REFLECTIONS OF ORWELL - Hear Dennis www.thebookshop.yapsody.com lighthouseartcollective.comGlover reflect on the life and work of GeorgeOrwell and his stunning debut novel, \"The Last 17 TERM THREE COMMENCES THE RIPMan in Europe\",\". 3pm Queenscliff Uniting 19 OXFAM MOVIE NIGHT- Enjoy aChurch. Tickets $12, includes glass of wine. AUGUST DEADLINEwww.thebookshop.yapsody.com screening of the highly-acclaimed \"Lion.\" Entry is a $15 donation, includes supper The deadline for events, adverts and■\"UNITED WE SUCCEED\" is the theme of a and wine bar from 6.30pm/ copy in the August edition istalk by renowned restarateur Barry Iddles to TUESDAY JULY 18the Rip Chamber of Commerce at a breakfast Contact 5258 4131 ormeeting this morning. The focus is oncollaboration to give customers and amazing email: theriprumour@gmail.comexperience. 7.30 - 9am at 360Q. Tickets $25.Log onto the chamber website for details.■\"Bilarni\" tlls the story of a Northern Terrirtorybushman who returned from World War Oneto live amongst Aborigines and becameknown as the 'Custodian of the Rock.' Writtenand performed by Jan Wositzky - 5pm at theQueenscliff Uniting Church9 ST KILDA FILM FESTIVAL - A showcaseof the Fest's top 100 films will be screenedLAKERENGINEERING Jardine Homes · Steel Fabricator Custom-built homes and Renovations· Turning and Fitting Will Gordon · Machining · Stainless Steel 0414 354 079 & Aluminium will@jardinehomes.com.au www.jardinehomes.com.au · Welding · Steel Sales Tel (03) 5258 1777 0418 521 199 The Rip July 2017 Page 18


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lettersDredge spoil disposal Thanks for a great fest Lonsdale village, new housing occupying 80needs rethink percent of the block and original vegetation On behalf of, the wonderful Committee, and raised. The article “New dredging zone planned” in Volunteers of the Queenscliffe Literary FestivalThe Rip June issue that identifies Sand Island Inc., and the Sea of Words, I would like to Does more of our budget need to be spentas the spoil disposal site raises a long-standing extend our huge thanks, and appreciation, for on rental huts on Shortland’s Bluff whenissue of poor dredge spoil disposal practices the support of the Community of the Borough weed removal, indigenous plants, gravelat Queenscliff. Over the last three decades, a of Queenscliffe. paths, picnic facilities and historic educationalnumber of scientific and management reports signage will attract people into Queenscliffhave identified that Sand Island is not a suitable Though the festival requires a huge amount without the expensive outlay and upkeep?disposal site due to very negative impacts on of voluntary input, the community supportcoastal processes and stress the need for a more both from sponsors, donors, volunteers, and Even people from Point Lonsdale may besustainable solution. Current methods lead to not least of all, you, the participants, makes it a enticed away from the Village deck to bring asignificant sediment build-up in some areas, “win- win” community event. picnic and have coffee and fish and chips onerosion in others and a proportion of the spoil the Bluff!returning to the channel and into Swan Bay We feel the festival for 2017, was a great Jennifer Darlingnecessitating further dredging.   success, but will always benefit from a position of “continuous improvement”, your support public notice This new proposal to continue and, indeed and involvement, to “make the Queenscliffeincrease, the amount of spoil to Sand Island will Literary Festival amazing”! THANK YOUonly exacerbate the problems already created.Parks Victoria must find a better solution to Some special thanks are also due to the many Queenscliffe Rotary Club wishes to thankprotect our very special environment. Sponsors, Donors, Media, and organisations the following for their support of our recentAndrew Stephens that supported the festival. For the GrantsQueenscliff Monies from the Borough of Queenscliffe, Queenscliffe Bricks LEGO event: Queenscliff Point Lonsdale Community David Wilkinson Enterprise, Queenscliff Community Garden, Exhibitors organised by Melbourne Lego Builders Queenscliff Bowls and Croquet Club. User Group (MUGs), Dizzy Toys/Ocean Also, lastly but not least, the collaborations Grove Super Toys for the Play Zone, with and the Queenscliff Music Festival, Point Rotarians, community volunteers, Queenscliff Lonsdale Primary School, Deakin University, Geelong (& Queenscliff) Library Corporation, Kindergarten for the LEGO themed cake Australian Cultural Fund and Writer’s Victoria. stall, Lions Club for the BBQ and our sponsors Yours Sincerely: Marylou Gilbert (President Queenscliffe Searoad Ferries, Campbell Potts Real Estate, Literary Festival Inc.) Alice Barker (Vice Lighthouse Olive Oil, Point Lonsdale IGA and President) Georgie Clegg (Secretary) Marion Benfell (Treasurer) Jill Hutchinson (Grants) BIG4 Beacon Resort. Lorna Downey (Volunteers)Harriet Gaffney, Jocelyn Grant, Emily Murphy, and Gabrielle MitchellNew Homes Renovations Extensions Where's the benefit for Have your say on W ratepayers? our economic future Phone: 0438 258324 w Email: stanwilko@bigpond.com (letter edited for length) A second forum will be held this month to help shape the Borough of Queensclffe’s E MECHANICAL REPAIRS The relationship between local government future economic direction. and residents is a matter of trust. I have p Pt Lonsdale/Queenscliff read carefully the BoQ bulletin regarding Members of the consultancy firm Deloitte, Automotive Centre justification for a higher rate cap and I ask: which is overseeing the development of an M (Steve Higgins) Economic Development Strategy, will host Full Car Servicing Will the funding received from both state the event at the Town Hall on Tuesday July w All Mechanical Repairs and federal governments, designed to increase 18 from 5.30pm. tourism visitation, improve the experience of Fully Qualified Mechanic local residents? Businesses are encouraged to send at Air Conditioning least one representative to the free forum. What action is Council taking to prioritise the Members of the wider community are also Repairs & Services wellbeing of residents? invited to attend. Pick Up Service Available This is the purpose of appointing you to Bookings can be made at www. (Local area only) council positions! industryforum2.eventbrite.com.au. 46 Bellarine Highway, Residents have chosen to make a commitment The strategy is expected to be made Queenscliff to living in the Borough. available to the community in August. PHONE: 5258 4668 Residents are actively involved in the care of SHARE YOUR VIEWS: 0418 524 861 the environment. We love to hear what our readers have Residents support the services of local traders. to say and encourage your letters. Views We create and belong to local clubs, community expressed are not necessarily those of the groups, churches, recreation, cultural activities editor. Preference will be given to letters and indigenous flora restoration. We love this carrying the author’s name and address. place and appreciate its natural beauty and Email: catilm@bigpond.net.au fragility. Cycling around the borough I notice wear and tear to road edges, potholes that have not been repaired even when road surfaces have been renewed, increase of rubbish thrown onto verges, traffic and parking at a peak in Point The Rip July 2017 Page 22


opinionBluff development innappropriateA new community group has formed to fight Our petition “No tourist housing on Shortland’s Bluff /Queenscliff Lighthouse We think our stand has wide communitythe development of 10 cabins on Queenscliff's Reserve”, which is addressed to the Victorian support as demonstrated by the more than Legislative Assembly, aims to result in the 500 signatories, from within the borough andShortland's Bluff. re-assessment of the cabins on Shortland’s beyond, at the petition’s launch at the last Point Bluff component of Destination Queenscliff. Lonsdale community market .A commonThe No Tourist Housing on Shortland’s Bluff It specifically asks the State government to theme was “we love Shortland’s Bluff for itsGroup has collected more than 500 signatures defer any approval of top-up funding to the peacefulness, beauty and heritage and we don’twithin hours of launching a petition. Group Federal Government funds ear-marked for this want to see this lost”.spokesperson kate Jackson puts forward the component of the project.case against the development: Less than a hand full of people came up to us In addition to the heritage argument we and expressed any support for the cabins. There There are a number of good initiatives, contend that the cabins proposal; was also a lot of expressed dissatisfaction withwhich we support ,in the Destination the current councillors perceived failure to liveQueenscliff project .However the construction · Will involve the loss of public open space up to their pre-election promises of protectingof 10 x 2 storey so-called ‘5 star eco-cabins’ on on prime coastal Crown Land our heritage and environment.Shortland’s Bluff is not one of them. · Has no sound economic evidence Readers may well have seen us out and As readers will know, Shortland’s Bluff is supporting it. Council’s contention that about, and you can’t have missed our signs onCrown Land adjacent to the Fort. It is the third it will pull rich international tourists is fences and in windows across the town. Pleaseof the imposing headlands that welcome ships nothing other than a pipe dream come up and talk with us. We will also be atinto Port Philip. Of the other two, Point Nepean next month’s market asking for your supportalready has National Heritage Listing and the · Flies in the face of expert maritime and inviting people to write short messagesPoint Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve is being opinion that the additional lights to the mayor and our local state and federalassessed for this. Shortland’s Bluff/ Queenscliff associated with the cabins will have an members of parliament.Lighthouse Reserve has arguably the richest adverse impact on the navigational aidsmaritime and military heritage of all three. used to negotiate through the notoriously Together as a community we need to developHow is it then that the Borough of Queenscliffe, dangerous Rip a more sustainable and less divisive proposalinstead of acknowledging and preserving our that does not destroy an important part of ourheritage gem, is planning to destroy it forever by · Has the potential to compete unfairly unique heritage.this ill-advised accommodation development? with existing accommodation providers in the Borough. For further info go to Readers will remember that in 2014 two- http://www.lonsdalelighthousereserve.org/thirds of the community voted in favour oflandscaping and low key development and queenscliff-lighthouse reserve.htmlagainst tourist cabins. a detailed application. It was only a couple of years ago that a well-directed private submission returned our POINT LONSDALEPoint Lonsdale Civic AwsiWthseionkcntiohawe ttQhioautenesnigsIncnliiffifcca.nHtisintoforircmalatiMonuseexuismts, council to five-member strength from the non- CIVIC ASSOCIATIONRepresenting Point Lonsdale RMesiadreitnimtsesiMncuese1u9m1,0Council archives and other representative period of four only councillors with the Mayor having a deciding vote. In local collections both private and public and addition, of course who can forget the hard it is imperative that we all take the time to fought battles that saw us remain the Borough of Queenscliffe, due to the lobbying of theWwEpwMlwwcmateawwosib..alepphhiLsbrtHPptvoivwbiLgiPif:nnssnhhoseciillkneryroaarLoiiccglehdtvarrggeeoeJoOAWIATnreniii:aaveCenntoltceeyanhhiutnogohpsdlryth..etvnnneidnsuAteyoohhtttaiegrewfiwerset,itddhhrniererrisdarceodihySe?:ccLestggypgoorrstrapetFhceauaotuaauPseesots..b@suuaHsreraaanenhalloneuawwpwuhonshetioLssslduutcedoielnadgwcrctasseeeomnosCeooteervrroe,dmdamoaSsstngtiiiurorRfnosamAoyttRoalnouama.aansatyylkiteebep.ldlhdncebctweh.yeigeJtdeseoalshrceasumhna.nesteeed,oeccfuieoeosactLethensrottkarochersjctrorhhnvunltaiuefudhevuelmnomriaegomurteaaprsssesneahilepme1hettlnoflstsspbdsFthcpaixe8fitmutsndutemfeemeatirlhtattlhhtipniocoirirghmwn,pschvtoeescheauecaeyafptetenaiunraeitneeaatoonahnabt.ittoetstdsrnfinkhScthrfgeieeptoirsierhtleLsetsnedtppeeiCiftwyontenae.ansrtue,taholrRewvothogtieelGaedtefmaltbhtuew..efeoxroerechaaseoaraeUTetnasetArFnejoagianrPPnlueesunnaathnslspntdelFiErtnoocrsnnoingotNirotrgrvesoetaiispgiifSngafdomenngftdnefdgPamriNmrpomltsTrttttnsgeoeClshpgheoahhoauLwaiorai.gtiqLLeneovleUtgoaueratenSmyCadtauoelgooaithnlcmpfccdonfPenAA,utouinnetcaeleeiJssrinasgiSsifmrflEolsscmmaoeisinldLloawnfddcctontstyaaniAoodn,rwihaatetegraacnnnahhebuNnnnnsGmooiiaalllKuidddnhngaeeeeeeebrfftttttl-OEaEsPriRNTtorBaLdLbPvrwptwaam1R,wRscsoyeoeeutoicnp1feurooooiEIeetTnaahovpogcnoLPTtTbihdp8ssirecQlCftytnshreeninhnoORcoeetimkLehhoeslepkopLrrg,ueitrtteErrsueewCicedirhehntvvisttoAtr2sewbaBwwgasaehnceseLa’AoQseeenfubssBtOhsdi,rf0loouebL,uEunoiiifeisra’ltpulloioni,Hoartlmseehonetsslls1tdycre.FkioerncneshceCmaMnstupi.aaotte.asw6lnsnoedidobhiTdtnusnlrORpsytTtttfegeafeTeeioosohsfhdsEtptgerehSo-bCx,nmlesNt’hthcoiaPieehsrshardrelaetnsolElof7ettypteeorniiswnaorlFhoehwtufserrit,pfio,Ld.gcrTodvrfBtmihentvemoetIb3nonasoottieailorLRoeerjlghyyesauirfcttaImsunPiaia0tgtirciokchidinnhteoelpeNorMsrtngtslooeaouhahetmpdyh’edturdttnhrduegisadtnhatsofanemGaernaEhrtmStfeesusngQjeostbhnosljhuotpoisdorouophnduDctoLyaeueretmoBnpwrsuiLs’thaimsnsrxinaeuifestttchletdssAeotiugioohuynt.diricettes2aegteofninioscaoeeinfnoeuy,0roheehsnrRutfcsgihlnsfd1tcenstfgtpeeRfHdtgbeeeciiale8ohPvrtsrtfrcno.niaplsteowsehoeisggoiioaotaesltsgoefswhrerethhuvanisfriethwiawnutihtvigtteotprtishocbhhLLoahtnSsvearer.owp,hpplgenlooiiunmcte-eamggLbapierrlasuBs,et.syurhhoonueehoLnlivAtsmoeatLsdttmttoenteedoeetermeeihhnuihlirrugssoirnccs.bnoonnlygtdaiantnttuwaTtneeguuiiiiutrihaaningnonoarrhhngeasstoslil’sdnnnhggyoaaeeeeessssssft. community, despite council amalgamations all around us. It is easy to point a finger at a dedicated few who step forward to push for protection of iconic locations and public open space. Sometimes individuals with strong opinions are targeted as nuisance value or their message treated as just more” white noise” in the community, however without their intervention we would be a lesser breed. We are fortunate to have those people and such a special environment in and around where we live. As you wander around Point Lonsdale you are constantly reminded of our wellbeing... the estate agents’.”Old Lonsdale”...the Deakin house.”Ballara”..a place of rest....and the Mary Murdoch seat on the beach front, “.for whom this was a place of happiness, contentment, simplicity and family” We would like that here for our children and their children. Remember  “bad things can and do happen when good people do nothing.. “ Fay Agterhuis President PLCA The Rip July 2017 Page 23


Borough Bulletin July 2017Mayor’s message Bright lights a win for Coutas Guest Ready – Expectations of the Modern Day GuestA new green waste collection I was delighted to attend an officialcalendar and A–Z recycling announcement by Member for Bellarine, Tuesday 15 August | Monahan Centreguide for 2017–18 has been The Honourable Lisa Neville, MP, at the Queenscliff | 7:30am to 9:00am includingprepared for Borough residents Queenscliff Sport and Recreation Precinct last breakfastand is included with this week to demonstrate the new AFL standardedition of The Rip. lights that have been installed at the oval. In this session tailored to those offering accommodation, we’ll chat with KylieResidents are advised to hold on The new lights will provide over three times Shurmann, Marketing Manager of Victoria’sto the blue rectangular fridge the illumination that the old lights had the award-winning Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeldmagnets that were issued capacity to offer and create safer, better about what guests are looking for in awith previous waste collection training conditions for the Queenscliff Coutas. quality accommodation experience andcalendars, so that the new how you can improve your offering withoutcalendar and recycling guide can It was terrific to be able to celebrate this breaking the bank.be conveniently displayed for important stage of the Queenscliff Sportquick reference. and Recreation Precinct upgrade with Bedsheets and Spreadsheets – Minister Neville, Damian Waight, President Start Your Home Business TodayRecycling of waste products of the Queenscliff Community Sports Club,reduces landfill and lessens the Andrew Conlan, President of the Queenscliff Tuesday 22 August | Point Lonsdale Bowlingimpact of manufacturing on Football and Netball Club, and members of Club | 7:30am to 9:00am including breakfastour natural resources. Our new our sporting clubs.green waste collection calendar If you are looking to start a home-basedand A–Z recycling guide aims Funding for the upgrade of the Queenscliff business, or already working from home andto make recycling easier for Sport and Recreation Precinct has been needing a little assistance, this is the eventour residents. provided through the state government’s for you. We’ve teamed up with Liz Grant from Community Sports Infrastructure Fund. The Small Business Smart Business to get you upPlease call Customer Service installation of the new lighting marks the and running with all the business basics.on 5258 1377 if you no longer first major milestone of this project.have your fridge magnet, or if Council encourages all local businessesyou do not receive your copy of Festival of learning for Borough to support one or more of these events.the new 2017–18 green waste businesses this August Bookings can be made online atcollection calendar and A–Z www.boroughbusiness.eventbrite.com.recycling guide. The Victorian Small Business Festival is Each event costs $25.00, with breakfast, coming to Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale and there are some great door prizesCr Tony Francis, Mayor – in August 2017, with three key events set to on offer including overnightBorough of Queenscliffe highlight the Borough business calendar. accommodation at the Royal Mail Hotel. United We Succeed – Getting Collaboration The Small Business Festival events are Right (hosted by The Rip Chamber Inc) aimed at providing local operators with affordable access to quality training and Tuesday 8 August | 360Q Queenscliff | development opportunities to increase 7:30am to 9.00am including breakfast skills and help improve, grow and strengthen their small business. How can your business benefit by working in partnership with others? Join guest speaker Council has worked closely with Victorian Barry Iddles of 360Q and Sorrento Catering Small Business Festival regional organisers, Co. to explore the opportunities that lie in Enterprise Geelong, to deliver this year’s jam- collaboration and learn why embracing your packed program of more than 50 events across competition is good for you. Geelong, the Surf Coast and the Bellarine. For more information Next Council Meeting Visit www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au The next Ordinary Meeting of Council or contact the Borough of will be held on Thursday 27 July Queenscliffe on 5258 1377. commencing at 7:00pm. All welcome. 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 | Phone: 03 5258 1377 | Fax: 03 5258 3315 www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au The Rip July 2017 Page 24


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The Rip DirectoryEMERGENCY 5258 1377 Michael Limb Builders 0410 650019. DENTIST 5258 2388 5258 2222 O’Dowd Builders 5258 1634Borough of Queenscliffe 5258 4123 Paul Riley 0408 520 981 Queenscliff Dental Coast Guard 132 500 Ray Threadwell 0418 525 095Point Lonsdale S.L.S.C. DOG GROOMING/WALKINGState Emergency Service La Petterie 5258 5441ACCOMMODATION BUILDING DESIGNERS 0413 202300 EDUCATION 5258 1501 5258 1342 binder.peart.design Pty Ltd Point Lonsdale Primary School 5258 1696 Queenscliff Kindergarten Beach Breaks Bellarine 0424 172050 BUILDING SERVICES/MAINTENANCE Queenscliff Primary School Number 35 Bed & Breakfast 5258 1798 Steve's Handyman Service 0497 331788Lonsdale Views 5258 2990 Home Maintenance 0431 488706Queenscliff & Costal Holiday John Gleeson Demolition 0419 347708 ELECTRICIANSBookings 5258 3763 Tomcat Truck & Bobcat Hire 0411 231678 Col Ferrier 52581553, 0448813156Queenscliff & Pt Lonsdale Acomm Paul Farmer Mini Bobcat Hire 0418 147 174 LMAC Electrical Services 0438 545500www.qpla.com.au 52581640/0407866568 Patrick McCarthy Maintenance 0408 075 330 Peter Coyte 0414 520 248Holidays on The Bellarine 5255 1222 Coastal Property Maintenance 0404 088 500 I & S Ransom Electrical 0418 336 670Ruby’s Queenscliff 0407879096 Seagull Home Maintenance 0438 261 954 Warren Jankowski Electrical 0404 163609Roseneath Villa B&B 5258 3394 Home Works 0422 370 145ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DCM Services 0439 355115 ENGINEERING 0418 521 199Brian Dalton Accountant 0414 804 152 Dave's Handyman & Laker Engineering James Rush Accounting 5258 5100LBW Accounting 5221 6111 Carpentry Services 0423 874854 FENCINGANTENNAS - AUDIO CABINET MAKERS 0417168537 Point Lonsdale Fencing 0408 581 439 5257 3776 Jake Masterman JMD Fencing Pt Lonsdale Television 0411490430/52582068 CARPENTRY FITNESS - SPORT INSTRUCTORSKendall Antennas Steve's Carpentry Service 0497 331788 The Yoga Bud 0431 110085 0418 147 174& Communications 0404019781 Carpenter Fully licensed Julie Golightly Tennis Coach 5258 4104ARCHITECTS/PERMITS/INSPECTIONS Kerry Pettigrove Fitness 5258 1670Thomas Andrews Designs 0423 298 666 CIVIL CELEBRANTS FUNERALSJ3 Design & Warren Hobbs Architects Sue Warner Civil Celebrant 0488 053099 Bellarine Memories Kings Australia Funerals 0417543786/52413334 Sally Cordner 52583325/0417522851 Tuckers Funeral Service 5255 5500 5222 3688Tony Baenziger Architect 0412 823 488 Val Lawrence Marr. Celebrant 5258 1616 5221 4788Binder-Peart Design Pty Ltd 0437 463125 COMMUNITY GROUPS 0413 202300 Rotary Club 5258 4723. GARDENERS/MOWING Lions Club 5258 4648Jim's Building Inspections 131546 Masonic Centre Queenscliff 0400 553939 Bellarine Black Diamond Garden Neighbourhood House 5258 3367 Service Stuart Miller Permits/Design 0412841434 Probus Q’cliff/Pt Lonsdale 5258 4308 Mel's Gardening 0429 990 850 Point Lonsdale Civic Assoc. 0400 083719 DCM Services 04005 68629ART - GALLERIES 5258 3988 Queenscliffe Community Assoc. 5258 3381 Lawn Order 0439 355115 5258 3645 Queenscliffe Historical Museum 5258 2511 Mia Cooke Gardens 0488 885 296Salt Contemporary Art 5258 4927 Queenscliff Library 5258 2017 (Ken Adam 0408 357 116) 0417 506 611Seaview Gallery Queenscliff Music Festival 5258 4816 Jim’s Mowing Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop Queenscliff Reconciliation Mob 5258 1722 131 546 Red Cross 5258 1616AUTO 52581841 Senior Citizens 5255 2856 GARDEN/LANDSCAPING 0412 520 438 5258 4668 Swan Bay Environment Assoc. 5258 2559 0411 571 482Queenscliff Junction Motors Swan Bay Ladies Probus 5258 1871 Digby Moran Landscaping 0419 890 082 Nathan Hovey Landscaping Steve Higgins Auto Elec. Rip View Landscapes BLINDS, CURTAINS & SHUTTERSBarwon Blinds & Shutters 52541338BOAT REPAIRS/MARINE 52581305, COMPUTER SERVICES/REPAIRS GLASS/GLAZIER 0418519078Queenscliff Marine Services Kev's Window, Door & Glazing 0412 460 987 Discount IT 0439 024870 GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGN Laurie’s Computers 0418 302178 Ben Pell - Studio Paradiso Design 0406 636201BRICKLAYERS DJ’s Computer Help 0466 564 921Chris Pennant's Brick Laying 0417 543 628 OG Technology and i-device screen HAIRDRESSERS/SALONSGJB Professional Bricklaying Contractors - Brick & replacements – 0457 363 261 Donna's Mobile Hairdressing Sophie Johnston Blockwork inc. repairs - Gary 0418 522928 Computer Solutions 0406 264191 Ivy Creations Hair on Harbour 0408 565733 Seagalls and Buoys 5258 2261BSC Bricklaying 0438 839129 CONCRETING Take Two Design in Hair 5258 4764 5258 4854BUILDERS Breisch Concrete Floors 0488 088 258 5258 3451 0403 722649Clark Homes 52584640 (polished)Craig Fenby 0419 392 537 Ross Fewtrell HEATING - COOLINGDavid Wilkinson 0438 258 324 COUNSELLING Classic Fireplaces & Barbecues 5222 1688 0418 336 670David McDonald 0418599620 Liz Atkinson 0419 876215 I & S Ransom Heating/Cooling Ian Warren 0418 525 452Ocean Grove Building Service 0417891122Phil Vallance PGVAL@bigpond.com 0417139636 The Rip July 2017 Page 26


Advertise your business in the Rip Trade Directopry for just $70 for 12 months - FREE with any 12 month advert listing Phone 5258 4131 or email catilm@bigpond.net.auDomestic Cleaning 0412 107 558 REAL ESTATEHOTELS - RESTAURANTS - CATERING Whitford Property 5254 2444 WINDOW CLEANINGBenitos Meals & Catering 5258 1131 Bellarine Property 5255 3100 Peter Macmillan 5258 4248/0415 493302La salle a manger Restaurant 5258 5244 Brian Capp – Property Advocate 0418 500 483 Sparkle Pete’s Domestic and CommercialSaltbush 5258 4829 Fletchers 5258 2833 Window Cleaning Services 0439 995 624Lix Ice Creamery and Juice Bar 5258 4564 Kerleys 5258 4100 Wayne’s Windows & ExteriorMint Catering 0400 611 966 Campbell Potts Real Estate 5258 1579 House Care 0408 059 616PikNik 5258 5155 Rob Hendrey FAPI CPVLet's Torque Food 0423 844806 Independent Property Valuer 0418 314 760 WATER PRESSURE CLEANING Jeanette Ernst Licensed/Conveyancing Gary's Gerni Service 0405630076LEGAL - SOLICITORS 0407726260Peter Boyle /Lawyer 5258 1084, 0402 282190 RT Edgar 5258 1811 WATER PUMPS & IRRIGATIONBruce Arthur/Lawyer 52584847, 0402 133455 RETAIL - BUSINESS OUTLETS Just Water Solutions 5258 5193 McManus Lawyers 93184188 Basil's Farm 5258 4280 0438763462 Farmfoods 52584744 WEB DEVELOPMENTMEDICAL - HEALTH - MASSAGE Kylie Crane 0466 545539Day Spa Queenscliff 5258 4233 Foodworks - Queenscliff 5258 1857Point Lonsdale Medical Group 5258 0888 IGA - Pt Lonsdale 5258 4911Greg Sly Optometrist 5256 1295 Lonsdale Tomato Farm 5258 2665Ocean Eyes Optometry 5255 5655 Labten 5258 1149Pardeys Pharmacy 5258 1817 Point Lonsdale Newsagency 5258 1159Point Lonsdale Pharmacy 5258 1116 Queenscliff Village News 5258 1828Point Lonsdale Physiotherapy 5258 4633 Watermark 5258 1008Petrina Tierney Massage Therapist 0429 380 317 Hermit Crab Homewares 5258 4888 Saltbush 5258 4829 OPEN THE DOOR TOPAINTERS 52555667/0411 126291 ROOFING 0421962111 MORE THAN 0417 389627Steven Flynn 0408 596 241 J.R Chapman Roofing JUST AD&B Scarff 0418 524 228 VALUATIONDaryl Nicol 0438 717 552 SECURITY DOORS/FLYSCREENSTrevor Pigdon Independent valuationsRicky Moore Screens Direct 0419 507 484 Highly experienced teamPLUMBERS SIGN WRITING 0417 345 110 Personalised service Pre-purchase & Pre-saleAnnandale Plumbing 0408 037 686 All Signs Signwriting Family LawBellarine Peninsula Plumbing 0458521352 SPORTING CLUBS Estate & Probate Mortgage ValuationsGeoff Ray 5258 4989/0418 373 026 Lonsdale Golf Club 5258 1523 Point Lonsdale S.L.S.C. 5258 1257 We value homes.Golightly & Sons Plumbing 0418 524 268 Point Lonsdale Bowls Club 5258 1150 Not just houses. Q’Cliff Football/Netball Club 5258 4588Grant Priddle 0455 363603 Q”Cliff/Lonsdale Yacht Club 0409 562 976 Queenscliff Croquet Club 5258 1773AJM Plumbing Service 0418386916 Queenscliff Sporting Club 5258 4588 Point Lonsdale Tennis Club 5258 3272Mark Riley Plumbing 0418 100 689 Queenscliff Bowling Club 5258 1773PICTURE FRAMING 0439 563355On the Point Picture Framing PLASTERING - RENDERINGPlaster - Bryant 0405 252103 STORAGE - BOATS - CARAVANSPatrick McCarthy 0408 075330 Bodea Shed & boat storage 0490 081066POST OFFICE 5258 1159 TRAVEL - TOURISM - FERRY HENDREY CONSULTINGPt Lonsdale Post Office Queenscliff Visitor Info centre 5258 4843 QUEENSCLIFFE 03 5258 1112 MELBOURNE 03 9242 0116 Queenscliff Sorrento Ferry Service 5258 3244 valuations@hendrey.com.auPRINTING - GRAPHIC DESIGN HENDREY.COM.AUPress Here Printing 5255 2663 VET - ANIMAL HEALTH Bellarine Animal Hospital 5258 4862 5258 1579 . info@campbellpotts.com.au The Rip July 2017 Page 27


Free fun!Celebrate our unique Australian Indigenous Uniting Church Evehistoryandcultures Helpful advice al• didgeridoo playing and teaching New range of summer shoesHelpful advice always available. Free delivery and pick-up in Pt Lonsdale & Q’Cliff daily. • traditional basket weaving NWOinWterINEsSseTnOtiaRlEsSenior’s Card Welcome Helpful advic • traditional face painting 52 Hesse StreMet QeuseesnsycliffCPhHu: 5r2c5h8 1817 Sim• boomerang making and painting iWn esbtostreern-PoawkHelApwfHuelShlapdfpiuSlvleeicaiedcmcva1Piiclrawep0ee5aal2’yllaawiFes5HastcA2ay,oievshenHsarccasiegvtleosaouaF,sbiSlefsnaaliStebSrr.MnlvetesotFSre.eoeretFStnieeennrQetenreinSxQeodudiYiiroeuedpeeu’roleeesiw’slevesnninCuvensC,erriastcrdayntcirylMrheldiaadigafafnfnnWfWnuyddyePecPPoppdllsHccieiHHocecouoikkomd:mc:-for-tueu5tehe5ppemp2aw2ialnl5iainne5etPv8WacPt8diettL1aUhshoeL1i8rnncFom8e1resnnmadd7o1sadabubdtl7etooiatororl&httebdentoune&Qtaltr.ll’iChy.giaerQl.nio’.fsssCFfgdluiaaffitWbmfrladmyeoeb.adtlirealiiy • damper with a native flavour Saturday 8 July 2-4pmWith thanPkos itnotAtLhlloewnBseodlrcoaoulemgShec!BloaihvfinoleQadoruanlbTemiuei-oscnWhnkscgew.lsitEffot$e.rAk2(b‘eBB5orilrilwii)lngahHicnroalneurbsinWottbemdah’e:faeeebeeestWcadtlhbyyeawasiess,ctktestmraoedeteratainharikme-toney.peatnl,adTfaotefnkrpkhoceNvaeananiraisgescp1oecosemkPsharar&.wu,h0mcta5lpsIlhhtehkumeanaHp%essepddrfueseetsmaitialrteccsthpeyianshShahutrafbnneutroolSotiaeorSndTloafufntruaionEaesootsenmadt.niiraeumrmlvd’rtNslddrt.iluecegpmCi.htettahmlaotreoIhearhnwdOpedrlwuedytWadreahlRoeyywblfeesalecbduSoako8tdvshWymurlalhJeyDiedcwlaiJmurtnbaiIaswllnaetySsnetnheoCtro,hw‘mOYgewlhoea‘ooisUCntrtnrnutyNieettso’thartuTWuoslrsldn,ooieaimoItteashthusfadneeiinPsnstpdhioygwfstieao It is securely sealeWd sointhee Bar available medication is protected and there 34thisSnot cKhainlcdeaof sFpiilllinmg oFr meixsintgival Victorian ShForewe cdealsiv 3.30pm Sunday 9 JulyThe program includes several award winners from Australia’s Top Showcasing some of the most innovative and inspiring s Ticket $20firnocmUlutdnheeistnriaentfirgoensC’hsmhleeuandrtsicnaghtfiiEnlmtvemrveaaknli.ntWgsitnaeleBnta.r Oxfam Movie NightPaying 7.30pm Wednesday 19 Julybrings her itnrtibeur“1nSt0eao'titinsooghnhbaeFlilrriyrdMgsart-eenSAadstustecrnrsyiidbttiaucCinaytshellpoyutifroaraecctEaicohvlcnaah,imCsmieandosgnsesitrhdhoHywa”ytoleQy uCelaernes cliff Queenscliff/Point Lonsdale Oxfam Group presents “AAccrto,mSptoarniieesd,bMyuDsaicvi&d VFaonodElst  Cafe-Style concert - Wednesday 17 May @ 7.30pm - Bookings Essential Donation $15T,ic'kBienitl$ac3r0nluiin' c-dluwdeerissttSeunspp&uerppPelaprtfteoerrsmrs.eerdvWebd yaitnJyaoeunr taB'Ybalear.nWr'inWaeoBvsaiartazivklayailabblele from Pentecost5CpmeleSbaratutirodna:yS8piJriutlyof Community Bilarni - W.EYo(Buiall)reHwaarnrmeyl,ythineviNteodrtthoejroninTeursritfororymb1u0sahmmaSnunwdhayo4reJtuunrened from Regular Groups open to AllWWI to live amongst AborigBieninegs;anadsBaelolonvgeinrg, Thougsebthaenr d and father who lost it Knitting Group 1-4pm on second Tuesdays and fourth Thuall. Tickets $25 iFnAoclollduW,dAeeerts,kSeretnofdrrieeLWssahabinnmydereiRnbntehatfslreW-catamivvlkaeuiSalllaenpbaddlceMwe.seinfdoeirt,aKwtiidoisnnateSnrdtasAtoidouunlptssand nibbles. Knitting Circle 1-4pm fourth SaturdaysIzzy Losi and theAuracles - EP Launch! 34thThSetoKnlyilcdoansFtainltmis CFheasngtiev-aSlaVtuicrdtaoyri1a0nJSunheo@wc4pamse Movie Club 2pm third TuesdaysTicket $20 incl3u.d3e0spRmefSreusnhdmaeyn9ts.JWuliyne Bar available. Book Group 12md fourth FridaysTShheowpcraosgirnagmsionmcleudoefsthaeWw1om0ararlomddsWtw- 5iiidnpnenmnoKeSvrnsaaitttiif1nvr0oePm&uabSnAluidcunsWi1nt1resaeJplkuiiarenin'nesdgTsohpo1rt0f0ilmSshofrtoFmilmthse. Community Dinner 6pm weekly on WednesdaysAbnuantdioann'tshlaenaddiknngittfeildmwminatekrinwgootalielesnfto.r sale Tickets $L2u0scinioculusdDeesvroenfsrehisrehmTeeanstsa.nWd HineearBtyarSaouvpailable Info and bookings online at www unitingqueenscliff.org.aKnitting from 1pRmOexognfualsamercGoMnrodouTvpuiseesoNdpaiegynshtatonAdlflo!urth Thursdays 7.3M0opvmie CWluebd2npemsdthairyd T1u9esJdualys or contact Jan 5258 2854 email unitingqueenscliff@iinet.neQueenscliff/PointBLoooknGsdroaulpe1O2mxfdamfouGrthroFuridpaypsresents \"Lion\" Donation $15,Cionmclmuudneitsy Dsuinpnpere6r.pmWwineeekblyaornaWvaeidlanbesledafyrosm 6.30pm Uniting ChurchInfo, cnr Hesseand bookings online at & Stokes Streetwww unitingqueenscliff.org.au Queensclif or contact Jan 5258 2854 email unitingqueenscliff@iinet.net.au Uniting Church, cnr Hesse & Stokes Street Queenscliff The Rip July 2017 Page 28


entslways available. Free delivery and pick-up in Pt Lonsdale & Q’Cliff daily. A creation by Jen Sasson ce always available. Free delivery and pick-up in Pt Lonsdale & Q’Cliff daily. titled “Prions Break wonmple, convenient the inaugural People’s y. Choice Award. iilciaetiosn pack. It sets out all the etsaallnd capsules that need to LEGO show draws a crowd aken at each particular time Hundreds of visitors poured “[It] was a wonderful friendly through the doors of the family event shared by 1800 wteezdekak.y\"You know it makes sense...\" Queenscliffe Bricks LEGO enthusiasts of all ages,” said to maSnaamgeKemkeodvictcahtiohna.d vegetarians ducking for cover when he turned show at the Point Lonsdale spokesperson Karen Pecar. Community Centre, over gfsiaorcsecoatfchurtumaiptoohrn.enluWlacealWptyeOistseetstRosphnfmoetffidereaoosroerclQplntnecdedeitudlBckhltierht.nuWs’,eeeTglold(ngdhpUasotoaeohrcrgrnapellLimsudfua1zflcrimaCtxiahueritobnpeo)emratgravesmeisnnauDtdn, ooirtauyr igasSniHnpdgoaArwtthiFknoLignuissCd.aelMunnbdtoi'stsryeoawftnhadnasounlajloa2lir0nlso0enfdoggrublsueypnsfoctosrhrtmeinoegnr the Queen’s Birthday Long “The play area saw some very Weekend. innovative creations and young p and nibbles LEGO masters had fun in our The event, hosted by the master classes, run by builder Queenscliffe –Point Lonsdale extraordinaire Travis Matheson.\" Rotary Club, raised upwards of $10,000 for the service group’s local and international projects.Don’t go coldsveery and pick up in Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff daily 10labtensph1o0r0t fiSltmhohsrtiFsilmws inter! 4-6 Hesse Street Queenscliff available 5258 1149 jackets ı eece ı knits ı jeans ı beanies ı scarves“Lion”m 6.30pmursdays Choose to refuse single-use plastics during July Take the challenge and make a differenceau Visit www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au to find out moreet.auff Proudly supported by the Borough of Queenscliffe 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 | Phone: 03 5258 1377 | Fax: 03 5258 3315 www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au The Rip July 2017 Page 29


HOME ABOUT US FEATURED PROJECTS MEDIA TESTIMONIALS CONTACT US learn to block in the colour fields, coloured papers to achieveHEYWARD CONSTRUCTIONS P/L d have lots o Nick Heyward still life image (4 should be near completion by the • All aspects of Building & Construction • Architectural New Homes & Additions Ph: 0412 121906 Email: nick@heycon.com.au www.heycon.com.au“We find it exciting to take a building from the plans to the sky” Majella O’Connor Optometrist JUNCTION MOTORS QUEENSCLIFF “Love Your Glasses!” Automotive Service CentreReal people, Real service, Real vision solutions ○MECHANICAL REPAIRS 2 Park Lane, 99 Presidents Ave, ○LOG BOOK SERVICING OCEAN GROVE ○ENGINE TUNING Ph: 5255 5655 for an appointment ○RWC INSPECTION SERVICE www.oceaneyes.com.au ○TYRES & BATTERIES ○LOCAL FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY All Work Guaranteed 5258 1841 56 Bellarine Highway, Queenscliff LBW Chartered Accountants For Advice on Succession Planning Estate Taxation Small Business Individual Taxation Setup & Administration of Self Managed Super Funds Other General Advicewww.lbwaccountants.com.au Contact Richard Bull - our local representative 5258 3297 (AH) or Geelong 5221 6111 (BH) The Rip July 2017 Page 30


, manipulate QQueueenesncslifcfliNffeiNghebigohubrhoouordhood House interesting HouseTEatRtMheTBHeaRcEhE - 2017of fun in the Term 2, April to June 2013450x450mm)e end of the3 TobTinhDisrivTee, rPmO’BsoPx r3o0,gQrauemenisncclilu3d2e2s5 the following classes. Contact us to have a full program sent to you.PhoTnHeE: 5A25R8TS3367• Email: qnhouse@fastmail.f•mhttp://home.vicnet.ne●t.Paeua/c~eqCnrhanoeussfeo/r Peace 12noon. Cost: Gold coin donation. Tutor: Saturday 16th September, 10am –● Soft Pastel Painting for Beginners and Continuing Students Silvana BenacchioWednesdays July 19th to August 23rd, 9.30am to 12.30pm. ● Mandala WritingCost: $150 for 6 weeks. Tutor: David Nash Saturday 16th September, 1.00 – 3.00pm.● The Portrait Cost: $10 includes all materials – no art skills required. Tutor: SilvanaMondays July 17th to September 18th 9.30am to 12.30pm. BenacchioCost: $200 for 10 weeks. Tutor: Ryan Brearley ● Jin Shin Jyutsu®● Craft of Art You will learn how to alleviate both physical and mental/emotional discomfortMondays July 17th to September 18th, 1.30pm to 4pm. using your hands in a gentle, non-invasive way, suitable for all ages. Wednes-Cost: $180 for 10 weeks. Tutor: Ryan Brearley days 26th July to 30th August, 6.00 – 9.00pm. Cost: $180, includes 3 books. Tutor: Sally Wilson● The Study of Paintings ● Morning Yoga with ShaneThursdays July 20th to September 21st, 9.30am-12.30pm. Thursdays, 7.00am to 8.00am, Saturdays, 7.45am to 8.45am.Cost: $200 for 10 weeks. Tutor: Ryan BrearleyAlso available Friday mornings ● Evening Yoga with Bruce BYO: mat and blanket. Mondays August 7th to September 11th, 7.30 to 9pm at● Positives and Negatives in Art Queenscliff Primary School, $90Thursdays July 20th to September 21st, 1.30 to 4pm.Cost: $180 for 10 weeks. Tutors: Deb and Ryan Brearley. ● French and Italian classes run on Tuesdays fromReduced fee for attending both Monday or Thursday morning and afternoonclasses: $360 July 18th to September 19th.● Drawing Cost: $200 for 10 sessions.Thursday Evenings July 27th, Aug 10th, Aug 24th, and Sept 7th, 6.30 to 9.00pm.Cost: $100 for 4 weeks. Tutor: Ryan Brearley 9.00am to 10.30am - Beginners Italian Queen 10.30am to 12noon - Intermediate Italian 1● Art Yarns WorkshopSaturday September 9th, 10am to 4pm. Cost: $130. Tutor: Deb Brearley 12noon to 1.30pm - Intermediate Italian 2 House Gallery 1.30 to 3.00pm - Advanced Italian Our exhibitors this term: July: Shirley Drayton 3.00 to 4.30pm - Advanced French August: Chris Box Sept: Head Start Youth Art Please let us Octo● Italian Conversation Group Jboutb Servi NEW WORKSHOPS Are you learning Italian and want● Makeup for the Mature Woman to practice conversation? Already fluentSaturday 12th August, 9.30 – 12.30pm.Cost $60. Tutor: Tobi Em. BYO normal makeup routine products happy to share your knowledge? Come along to this casual, friendly group,Limited places, get in quick! Fridays 12 to 1pm.● Be Your Own Home BaristaSaturday 19th August 9.00 – 11.00am and Saturday 26th August 9.00 – 11.30am ● Moroccan Cooking Demonstrations ednesday afterCost: $75 for the two sessions. Tutor: Andy Percy Cost $35 for each 1x2 hour sessionBYO home espresso machine, coffee bean grinder (if you have one), milk jug Sessions:and coffee cup. Coffee and milk supplied Wednesday 26th July: 12.30pm to 2.30pm● Rhythm 4 Wellness *Moroccan Dip *Bastila of Fes (Moroccan Chicken Pie) *DessertWednesday 19th July, 26th July, 2nd August and 9th August, 4.00 – 5.30pm Wednesday 30th Aug: 12.30pm to 2.30pmCost: $15 per session, $60 total. Tutor: Alyson Welch *Moroccan Dip *Fish Tagine *Dessert Our interest groups: • Mahjong, Thursdays, 1.00pm • Men’s Shed, Thursdays 9.30 to 11.30am • Men’s Shed Bicycle work Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9.30 to 11.30am • Mixed Craft, Mondays, 1.00pm • Patchwork, 2nd Monday, 1.00pm • Crochet, Mondays 10.30am • Photo Group, 3rd Monday, 7.30pm • Tides of Welcome Choir, Thursdays, 7.30pm • Sea of Ukes Ukulele, Mondays 5.30pm to 6.30pm • Djembe Drumming, Mondays 7.00pm to 8.00pm • Writers, Tuesdays, fortnightly,1.45pm • Life Drawing, Saturdays 1.00pm to 3.15pm 3 Tobin Drive, PO Box 30 Queenscliff 3225. Phone: 5258 3367 - Email: qnhouse@fastmail.fm - www. qnh.org.au The Rip July 2017 Page 31


Look how far we've come...Life members Peter Maishman and Judy by champion veteranJohnston continue their series of articlesmarking the Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving swimmer NaantaliClub's 70th year. Marshall. Annabelle is Women have made an enormous differenceto the Club, although it wasn’t until the keen to compete for themid 1960’s that they were allowed on clubpremises… 20 years after its formation. And Club in future years andit wasn’t until 1980 that they were accepted assurf lifesavers and took on patrol duties. we are behind her all In 1979 Life Member Bruce Tayler trained a the way.group of females for their bronze medallion.Unfortunately, although they had been The Club’s Executiveformally examined by an approved official,they were refused acceptance and were only Committee presentlygranted qualifying certificates – a disappointingoutcome for those involved. Our first women has a number of women Campaign Committee. She is the daughterlifesavers were patrolling for the 1981 season. of the late life member Alan MacLeod and is in key positions. For the past few years, Justine also a former Nipper Coordinator. Kirsten In 1973, our first female Nippers made their has been involved in many aspects around theappearance at the front beach. Trained by Bruce “Bim” Kiely-Scott has been the Vice-President Club most of her life.Tayler, we called them our “Nipperettes”. (Youth and Leadership Development), or more Our current Vice President responsible for Since then many women in our Club have Training and Assessment is Justine Cain. She ismade significant achievements. We have had simply, the Nipper Coordinator. She has taken responsible for organising the cadet and bronzea number of successful competitors, notably squads and other training programs, such asKate Lloyd who won a variety of events during this role to one of the most successful in the Spinal Management, Advanced Resuscitationthe 1990’s - two gold and two silver medals at Techniques, Bronze Medallion for Adults,the Victorian Titles in Surf Race, Iron Woman, Club’s profile and has achieved an enormous various IRB qualifications and the RequalifyingSprint/Swim, Board and Board Rescue. program. This is a hugely important aspect of amount for the young people in the community. the Club. Without well-trained and properly Joanne Young and Louise Fowler were also assessed members, our Club could not conductsuccessful competitors during the ‘80’s. Joanne Bim has introduced the Starfish program for patrols on one of the most dangerous beacheswas the Club’s first professional lifeguard, on the coast.patrolling beaches along the surf coasts. As a children with disabilities and the Nippers inlifeguard, she was a participant in a difficult Women have always featured significantlyrescue at Point Roadknight. Schools program, which was awarded the throughout the Club’s history, taking on committee and administration roles over many Louise, daughter of life member Brian Community Event of the Year in 2016. years. We have two life members – Betty YoungFowler, went on to become the Club Secretary. and Judy Johnston. Although Surf Life SavingShe took part in board and ski events during The current Club Captain is Joanne started off as a “man’s world”, our womenher competitive years. have always been there and will continue to Burch, a former Nipper herself. Jo has play very substantial roles in all aspects of the In previous Rip articles this year, we have Club. We acknowledge and commend theirgiven details of two very successful competition been instrumental in promoting women in invaluable contribution.teams - the Victorian Championship in the five-man R&R team in 1987 was featured in the April leadership roles throughout Surf Life Saving Pictured: Left The first female Nippers - theedition and the very first female boat crew to Nipperettes. Top, senior lifeguards, Sherrynwin an Australian Title was featured in May. Clubs in the region. In January 2016 Jo and her Ross, Daniella Kirchlinde, Sue DormanTheir achievements cannot be underestimated, and Julia MacLeoad. Inset, club championsand we congratulate them again. patrol, together with female members of the Annabelle McPhail and Kate Lloyd. In the past few years, and as a junior, Ocean Grove SLSC, initiated the “Pink Patrol.” On November 4th and 5th the Point LonsdaleAnnabelle McPhail has been very successful, Surf Life Saving Club will celebrate its 70thas a great swimmer and surf life saver. At All members patrolling that day were female, anniversary. All are welcome to join in thethis year’s Rip View Swim Classic in January celebrations.she was not only first female to cross the line complete with pink zinc! This is expected toin the 3.8 swim, but competed again in the1.4km swim and was beaten by one second become an annual event, highlighting the important role females now play in keep our beaches safe. On ANZAC Day 2017, Jo delivered the keynote address at the Point Lonsdale service, explaining the role of lifesavers during WWII. The address was very well received. The Club’s Building Committee has a number of people behind the scenes working very hard to progress the funding and sponsorship for the huge project of our new Clubhouse. Kirsten MacLeod chairs the New Clubhouse Capital The Rip July 2017 Page 32


aMrEtANsJIN  AND MEANJIN From Timbuktu toFootscray - film fest TAHT EQBUOEAATEOMAMNHNTKSEENDQSEACBHUDANLOOEIJNFEOMIPNFNJEK AISSNNCHJI LNOI FPF ANMDEANAJINND THE BOOKSHOPAustralian film Pawno, featuring legendary actress Kerry Armstronpgr, esent THAENBDOTOHEKBSOHOOKSPHOPwill mark the start of Queenscliff’s now much-anticipated annual film fes- WRHIGOH ITNMTIHNEDpApAprerTrTesTApeQsHerTeQesnEUQsnteeBWUUEtnApOnEEtrTEOeEPNtWNQsRKEeSSUSnCNHCEHtOLEOLIINWSWFPIWOSFFGCPCWORFPWLRLLWRHIWFOUIIHFHIFPOHOWRGIOFTL IOHGOOIULIOGHTILOOIGNT OLDUICLHITUUIHNHIMDT CT  ITMILILTITLBIITTANNBDNACIDHCDIHMNEMNNENITMBEIETATIDBH?ADAB?IANENIIHRIHERNENDNE?AIERED?ADAIIRRtival, Bellarine Lighthouse Films. The Friday August 4 screening at the Town Hall will also feature a Q&Asession with highly-regarded film making duo Paul Ireland and DamianHill. The three-day fest, described as our own mini Cannes, is celebrating itssixth year. It aims to shine a spotlight on fine art films not readily availablein regional cinemas. It also helps draw visitors to town during our quietest month. It’s run a passionate group of volunteer cinefiles, working alongsideTwilight Cinemas to curate a selection of movie titles from around theglobe. The festival also builds on Queenscliff’s growing reputation as a cul-tural destination, and home to the Queenscliff Music Festival, Literary fes-tival and significant art exhibitions.Apart from enjoying the films, patrons can also Dine Under the Big Screen at UnatitUinnigtinCghCuhrucrchh at UnitinQagtuCUQeheunrenictehsinncslgcilfiCfffhurch QueenscliQff ueenscliffat the venue on Saturday night or catch-up for a Post-Festival Lunch and POWLITOICUIALND?BE AWITHChat after the final screening on Sunday at Shelter Shed. WITH WITHWITH Jonathan Green All details, including film trailors and ticket sales, are available at www.POLIT115I5J231CU50PJ23LUM1JY2031P7UI5L0PM1LYAM17Y7J33UaPPNtLMUMYn?bFaPFSMmSuaeraeeueittwlsddullltiaibtainrenivrody-noilauatnac4(hlryeyeMnAehsel5eiirAutgmg,eAog)hhdtuuushtlelhgissitgestuitocoh@tsuurhttgsyls7e@terpuiiwftntm1irhtlac.oyam0llr|tu0ldsm dpdOc.rcemeaefPolrlm:etEom|ibnmNarS.gaIwiatNnepetdsGoeeirttftNsfhBoeeeeIrfcGeatrtsnnHhatwet(ThvMnieiFnee)IwflsLaisv.mMeosofSuoChsfuRsm1Eu2EbaNunchirItbaNyr.Goaacfnt+dFeQrocso&htaasAncllrde|anyigsBo$PEKJeionasd1rooani2lotttiaehtokeiltcarenoh,sprtnMairEhnl$JKPEwynB$PJKEidoeoneWoPJKEdd1oo1oaaiianoGwnnetdoai2lnoMIton2ilettnicTrialthittoaoB$PEKJkwthirjaeeloatiHohTtudio1rtooau,caertnniinoei2htalhott,t.carsrGtcidrrwaenththotknn,hspMaeei,lirrtrhseEcaurennwMaolht i,hysniMEpBoP$KEarsidBtanenenrManEenird1EhrowoadyneiliaoyanryenGbidi2nloeteottdeneetiiadM.eGonoihitaontkGtncetroeiglMiaonMaionicarheerGjkncelrroMna,autlisrjpuo,rrtjelsnatTeeuniMnu,eutoiinnrEh,rerGhchnndlwrGbkydsewidnuopernGepenjersoeleuuAoiisnawnpiw hn, etuhsBerausMnponuehaoowy chGoarapwyrjadnlsarTudikf.uo,otyontghdtr.ihrhGskduwweatlrnppdgesaehieuhnawyahhsablissiB.aoane0asowlAyyonorairapbpus3eoodan.aotdgsskfAi.ohkoatylp5sAgwsaernuioonhahab2sauisoskln0fsolApo5iaopst3easnpuowors.8thsydkf5sarooitas2woAanrns4lydhpa5iipleo4a.ns0y8uliociopa.3ea9.y4dco.sfy65a4yota2m9.wpcmrp56oass8mioo-n4lddi40yae9.yc36.ocm5om258at Uniting Church Queenscliff 44962017WITHSweet Bean is a delicious red bean paste, the sweet heart of the dorayaki pan-cakes that Sentaro (Masatoshi Nagase) sells from his little bakery. Absorbed15 JULYin sad memories and distant thoughts, Sentaro cooks with skill but withoutenthusiasm. When seventy-six-year-old Tokue (Kirin Kiki) responds to his adfor an assistant and cheerfully offers to work, Sentaro is skeptical.2017Saturday 5 August @ 3.30pm | Gett (PG)After a lukewarm marriage of over twenty years, a woman appeals to her or telephone The Bookshop on 03 5258 4496 Satur$d1a2y 5enAturyguinsct l@ud7e.3s0apmgla|sTshoef Lwoibnseter (MA) Iafonrreatytda-oBJEkfyioroesdvnottenoiekttdplaooeoaipatTrnynhh,shlionneMaoneerHneaeaarorTatGtefheuwntlert,rwujeawBirnwnoeehs.,oefntsohkri ersenmhbgthooleeepdoypkioenasnohrteopo0lopb3ebe.,y5laaia2sgctp5cesosd8aorndt4dod4iynf9.sicgn6eotndmotatohrfoef milnaatwonstTiochfepTaWhrteonoCedritsiy.n, SundaKya6tAhuagursitn@e1M1.0u0armp|hTyimbuktu (PG)husband’s compassion to obtain the desirable divorce document in front of a tAheciarttqPlueoiheletitrldiivceesrsaEwnddhiihcthoisrafr,aemGtiyulypaiwcrahdlloyiarfernseiedAoeufintshttehrJeaihdliauadniestssodfeTteimrmbuinketdu findcourt, which proves to be more challenging than she would expect. to control their faith, abruptly disturbed. $12 entry includes a glass of wine Book online at www.thebookshop.yapsody.com or telephone The Bookshop on 03 5258 4496 The Rip July 2017 Page 33


exhibitions, music & showsYoung artists on show Life in politics... Enchanted Dolls on show The talent of young local artists is being \"Who in their right mind would be ahighlighted in two pop-up exhibitions near the politician? \" Seaview Gallery will feature an exclusivePoint Lonsdale foreshore playground and at exhibition of Kate Smith's latest work this week.the Queenscliff Harbour. That’s the question Johnathan Green, editor of quarterly political journal Meanjin and Kate’s art has always contained many aspects The display of selected works from last year’s Guardian Australia political editor Katherine of visionary fantasy, with a touch of whimsyinaugural Head Start Youth Art exhibition is Murphy will attempt to answer, in a joint and this exhibition is no exception. A uniqueaimed at presentation at The Bookshop at Queenscliff on mix of pastel, graphite pencil, and dry lustre Saturday July 15. pigments have been used, giving the work a encouraging others to submit entries in this distinctive shimmering aura and inspiringyear’s exhibition. The event coincides with the publication of dreamlike qualities. Each purchase of original Meanjin’s winter edition, featuring an article work comes with a complementary cloth doll, The event will again be held at the Queenscliffe by Murphy exploring our political culture and handmade by Kate.Neighbourhood House in September. The participants. The piece includes an interviewtheme is ‘Our World.’ with The Bookshop’s Mathew Jose - a former Call in on Saturday 22 July 2 – 4 for drinks prime ministerial adviser. with the artist. Artworks may consist of paintings, drawings,sculpture, installations and 3D works, Curtain to rise on new Also new ceramics by Charmaine Haines.photography, pottery and ceramics, fabric and playtextile art, fashion, costume and wearable art,video / multimedia, film, cultural heritage and The Queenscliff Lighthouse Theatre Groupcommunity projects. will lift the curtains on the popular play Secret Bridesmaids Business next month. Artists must be aged between 14 and 20. For details, contact the Queenscliff and District Geelong theatre identity Debbie Fraser hasNeighbourhood house by phone on 5258 3367 again signed on to direct the production, whichor by email at tohousegallery@gmail.com. is set in Australia in the late 1990’s and tells the story of events in a hotel suite, leading up to Meg Bacon’s wedding. Caity Ellett will play the role of Meg, with Melinda Hughes taking on the role of mother of the bride. Other cast members include Bernadette Byrne, Lauren Nicholls, Andrew Percy and Nicole Hickman. The show will run from August 11-19 at the Queenscliff Uniting Church. SATURDAY 8 JULY Seaview Gallery 3PM queenscliff EMMA HACK UNITING CHURCH Artist Talk and High Tea CNR HESSE & STOKES STS Sunday 16 July, 2 - 4pm NEW COLLECTION QUEENSCLIFF VICTORIA$12 INCLUDES A GLASS OF WINE THE BOOKSHOP AT QUEENSCLIFF contemporary - traditional - glass - jewellery PRESENTS Open 10.30 - 5.00 daily (closed Wednesdays) REFLECTIONS 86 Hesse St Queenscli 3225 - 5258 3645 ON ORWELL www.seaviewgallery2@eftel.net.au -email: seaviewgallery@eftel.net.au WITH The Rip July 2017 Page 34Tickets online at thebookshop.yapsody.com and at The Bookshop 03 5258 4496


arts Singer Songrwriter Bernard Fanning will mke his QMF debut. First fest release sets the tone School Holiday Former Powderfinger front “The first line up is a strongYoung Artist Workshops man Bernard Fanning, popular taster of what is to come,” said surf coast musician Xavier Rudd organisers. 13th of July and Melbourne chart-toppers The Temper Trap have been unveiled as “Fanning will bring hits from his Gill Hall, St James Anglican Church headline acts for this November’s 10-plus year solo career to the Point Lonsdale Queenscliff Music Festival. stage for his first ever Queenscliff performance. The Temper $30 per class The first line up of performers Trap are ready to rock the festival For bookings and information also includes The Beautiful Girls, with their latest offering Thick As Yothu Yindi and the Treaty Band, Thieves and a slew of fan favourites contact Darin Frankpitt Freya Josephine Hollick, 30/70, from their first two albums… [and] 0400 000440 Hot Potato Band, Mama Kin and multi-instrumentalist and singer- Spender, the Teskey Brothers, GL songwriter Xavier Rudd will be darinfrankpitt@gmail.com and Nai Palm and John Cleary and right at home by the seaside with US band the Absolute Monster his funky summer sounds.” Gentlemen. July Relief Prints QG&W Publishing Workshops Byzantine Iconography Draw, Eat, Draw Drypoint on Plastic Photogravure - Beginners Photogravure - Professionals Linocut Mezzotint Monoprint Custom group workshops Image: 17 Years Adrift II by Adam Nudelman multiplate etching 30(h) x 40(w)cm. Printed by Joel WolterHours: 10am – 5pm (closed Tue & between exhibitions) 81 Hesse Street Queenscliff 3225 P: 03 5258 4927 gallery@qgw.com.au qgw.com.au The Rip July 2017 Page 35


The envy of allsport, health & wellbeingQueenscliff is building a sports precinct that is the envy of others,according to Bellarine MP Lisa Neville. Photo courtesy James Gladman.Lights on, now for the courts! Queenscliff Recreation Reserve sportingfacilities are fast becoming the envy of clubs terrific.” Inset: Bellarine MP Lisa Nevlle, Damianeverywhere, according to Bellarine MP Lisa Mayor Tony Francis said the redevelopment Waight, Andrew Conlan and Mayor TonyNeville. Francis was a “fantastic community asset” and legacy Work on new netball courts and cricket nets for generations to come. DIGBY MORANwithin the Queenscliff Recreation Reserveshould commence by September and be ready “[There] was a lot of angst over a few issues LANDSCAPESfor next season, according to Lisa Neville. but to the credit of the community and Council (Assoc. Dip Hort, Burnely) and state government we’ve worked through The Member for Bellarine was in town to those and got some excellent outcomes. Specialising in low-maintenance,officially launch the reserve’s four new oval low-water gardenslights – the first part of $3.15 million stage two “We’ve got the best centre for footballredevelopment works.   enjoyment anywhere in the Bellarine, if not Design & Construction the G21 region,” he said. “Who would have Quality Paving “The lights are fantastic but the new netball thought back in the day that we would have Retaining Wallscourts are what we want. been able to have these lights, we all know the Turf issues surrounding the navigational problems, Irrigation “It’s great to get to this point and it’s also but to have those lights out there today isgreat to… look and see the oval the same size, absolutely fantastic.”   Landscape Plans for Councilthat’s a really good outcome as well,” she approvalsaid, taking a swipe at original Council plans Ms Neville was forced to intervene to speedto reduce the size of the oval to accommodate up the sports club works, after they became Qualified Tree Arboristmore camping. embroiled in Council plans to redesign the northern end of the ground. 0412 520 438 or “Ultimately this will be one of the places that 5258 1547everyone envies and wants to come to,” she That controversial element of the Recreationsaid. Reserve Masterplan, which was to have email: dml58@bigpond.com included a smaller oval, more cabins and Queenscliff Community Sporting Club access for campers only, could now be monthsPresident Damian Waight paid tribute to his away from being finalised, CEO Lenny Jennerpredecessor Bill Comerford, Alan Maloney conceded.and Keith Cohen for their tireless efforts to wingovernment support for the redevelopment. “We’re only working at the moment on the sport and recreation facilities in terms of “These facilities have been made possible by detailed design,” he said. “If all the timelinespeople working hard for many, many years,” go to plan we’ll have the project out for tenderhe said. and the recommended tenderer appointed by September. “We stand here in a property the envy ofmost country football, cricket and netball clubs. “We’re still working on the masterplan andYou look out over the rip on a Sunday afternoon it’s more complex than we thought it would beand there’s no place you’d rather be, it’s just and so when it’s ready it will come to Council.\" The Rip July 2017 Page 36


sport, health & wellbeingCoutas look to the future FOOTBALL - Queenscliff has turned toyouth in the hopes of finding some on-fieldconsistency. Ray Butler, 19, finally received thecall up last weekend after a run of good formin the Reserves. It’s been a long wait for Butler,last year’s Colts Best and Fairest winner (Div3). He was joined by Colts midfielder SpencerLupino, 17. Teenagers Caleb Whitley and Tom Caddyhave also been blooded into the senior ranksthis season, as the club starts to look towardsthe future. The Coutas are holding down seventh spoton the ladder, after back-to-back losses toBarwon Heads and Anglesea.Juniors fly the flag While the fortunes of our senior teams are Ray Butler, 19, made his eniors debut against Kaitlin Gladman, with mum Ange, received thelooking shaky across the board, Queenscliff Anglesea last weekendjuniors are doing their share of the heavy lifting, senior call up at just 14.with upwards of five set to sail into finals. looking to the future. At just 15, Kaitlin Gladman is among the youngest players to receive a call in the side, after impressing with her on-court Among them are our U/14 footballers, who, up into the Division one ranks. versatility.after being promoted to Division 2, remainundefeated on top of the league ladder. The The young talent A member of the Geelong Flyers Open netballColts are sitting on top of the Division 3 table, team, Kaitlin is known for her goal shootingand our U/16’s are holding down third place. Angela Gladman was just 15 when she made skills, but more recently has seamlessly moved her debut in Queenscliff’s Division one netball into centre court positions. Our U/19 netballers suffered their first defeat ranks. Proving the apple doesn’t fall far fromof the season last weekend, but remain on top the tree, daughter Kaitlin received her call up “She does a bit of everything really and she’sof the Division One ladder. Under 15 girls are at just 14. doing really well, but she’s so devoted to it,”holding down second place, having given up said proud mum Ange. “She really does herone game to date. The talented teen looks set to retain a position homework and comes to the game prepared for whatever positions she will be playing.” Likewise our senior netballers have startedExcellence in Health and WellbeingEExxcceelllleennccee iinnLHHOLNeeINaSaDllttKAhhLSaaEnnBGddIOSWWLTFeeRCllllLObbUeeBiinngg Barb Vallance Now Open for Nathan Ulph - MRyooBbthaHerbruatVpcaihslitlnansocen $25 Sunday Roast Lunchfor2 Sally Caldwell -RPohbyCsHilouattihrceehriPanplsaisoptnp Rob Hutchinson - PhCylasiiorethPerlaappipst (Main Claire Plapp - Physiotherapist•SS• PPSSHEEppeCoCoarrdtItIssaAAcIILnLnhjjeuuIIsrNrNSi•SieeTTssPPESEEEpRRCCoEErItISSsAATTILLnSSju::IINrNieTTsEERREESSTTSS:: &CoDuesrsseerst) Warm up by the fire this winter at• HNeacdka&chBeasc•k PSHapienoardtsacInhjeusries Links Bistro and enjoy a Sunday Roast Lunch, without the hassle!• NDeryckN&eeBdalicn•kg PHNaienacdka&chBeasck Pain Other menu options available• DRreymNeedeiadlliMn•gassNDaergycekN&eeBdalicnkg Pain Now open from 12.30pm - 2.30pm every SundayP•••HAYJFAJoourrSttiinhnhnIcrtrtOiitt&t&iiioccTnMMCCHauuolosEsnMn••••ccddRuouiitlvtlARJDAiaAJRiaoeoorrorrnremnePttSyiSishsmnhmneYttrNtrrtrneiaeiat&tt&eiidiidc•nnceiisMsMaaCdCClluluooiMMLnssnngcIcaaddNuussOiitltlssICiaiaoNoCaarrlnnggLiASSsnseeIttNLirrcaaEPaiinnlBIssLPOAilOTaKtEeISNsCCGS•lliStinnuFNidIiccTOioaNaWllNEPPAOSiiVSWllaaACttIOLeeLAPssABESSSLNSttE!uuE!ddSiioo N N Bookings are recommended Call 5258 1955lPPPOOHDDYIISAA•TTIORRPYCYTH•H••LYPPPPPCIESNOSSHHLRIYYIDOIYCYACCNITSHSHAPIH0COTOIYIOOERLALOO•YTRTLGG1CHAH•P0YYPPLE1EI••LSIYBRNRHHAYeAAIATAC•lClNNaEHPPCArDDSiOnYYLLTTeILH•HPNO•H•EEIIwLGDCRRCCyAAAYRA,LLTPPPYL•IIEYoYNNHNMSi••nAIIDEDtYCC•NLIEIOEoEAADFDTnTTLILsIILHTTTTdIIHPNIPaENAAlEIERINeNGLLRSAV••AAASBiBPcTTPOOYC3EEYWW2LSS2•EEA5DNNS••I••SEFFFFETUUIIISwTTNTNwNwE. SS Links Bistro is open for Dinner lCLPINO•IDCPIAO0TDRIYA1T•0PR1SYBYe•CllaBHriOOneWLOHEwGNyY,TP•HoHiEnAtRNLoADnPsTYdHalEeRVAicP3Y22•5DIETIwTww on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights and Lunch from Tuesday through to Sunday CLINIC 0 101 Bellarine Hwy, Point Lonsda Lonsdale Golf Club - 69 Fellows Rd, Point Lonsdale P: 52581955 E: admin@lonsdalegc.com.au 5258 4633CLINIC 0 101 Bellarine Hwy, Point Lonsd W: www.lonsdalegc.com.au101 Bellarine Hwy, Point Lonsdale Vic 3225www.ptlonsdalephysio.com.au The Rip July 2017 Page 37


Big waves bringout the best The Point Lonsdale Boardriders Club has stepping up towound up the first half of the competitionseason with a bang. the plate and The last comp, held across the Queen’s tackling someBirthday Long Weekend, provided some of thebest conditions and fiercest competition we’ve solid barrelswitnessed in a long time. on the reef - The competition’s success was largely dueto Council granting us a flexible permit across including Beathe weekend. This meant we could put thesenior some junior divisions into epic Back Conroy in aBeach surf conditions and still be able to runour under twelves in the relative safety of the heat winningFront Beach the following day. performance Given our ever-expanding numbers ofJuniors, we’d like to again thank Council for its in the Openunderstanding of our changing needs and thenecessity of making the surfing experience for Women’s - bothkids both enjoyable and safe, whilst affordingus the luxury of running senior divisions in the Lucy Naylor andmost challenging conditions. Minnie Vorath Among the weekend’s highlights wasStuey Ferrier in the Open Final scratching for their radical,into a heaving beast of a wave at Insides RightHander and disappearing for the duration, clean, crisp Talented teen Lucy Naylor tames the surf . Photo courtesy Myles Conroyonly to be spat out of the doggie door as thewhole thing collapsed. It was always going to and committedbe hard to catch him after that and the everconsistent Dean Mitchell just couldn’t find a surfing in Servicing the Bellarinecomparable wave. Final splash forGirls respectively and finally Jasper Blair for the Under Sixteen and Under Fourteen The level of performance across all divisionswas amazing and without going into a heat by Rusty’s Repairs and Home Maintenacereminding everybody what it’s like to be aheat rundown (sorry in advance for anyone I ocean swimshop… Some of his sideways take offs on whatleave out) each of the following received hoots surf-stoked grommet with the keys to the lollyand applause from the assembled spectators.The evergreen performance of Mr Uluwatu… 0418 330 188was for him overhead Glaneause were indeedKent Stonehouse in the Over Fifties, the kids A 25-year-old tradition has come to an Andy Russellmemorable Sunday provided proof that the acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree whHeonmeARbebpieairs end, with organisers drawing the curtains on the Queenscliff Blue Water Challenge Chapman scored a 10-pointLarwidneMoonwinag laitntdlegardeonpinegn water swim. peeler at the Front Beach in theSUeansdoenraTl wmealivnteenance Members roufsselltahnedy67B@ogrmouaigl.hcocmoutas Girls, showing all the style that hParsemssaudree Chleeraning swimming club voted last month to wind Mum Shayleigh an enduring local RaunbdbisShtartuens champion. Look out ladies, the next generation up the popular event because of the is nipping at your heels! mounting workload involved in staging it. Since being established in 1991 the swim has donated tens of thousands of dollars to support talented junior swimmers.Results from the weekend: 3. Keith Cohen 2. Luca Zanoni 3. Minnie Vorrath 3. Linka Withers 3. Kai Keenan 4. Hannah Lace 4. Keira ChalmersOPEN MEN OVER 40 4. Jasper Blair 5. Elise Franzone1. Stuart Ferrier 1. Andrew Lynch 5. Cambell Asher 6. Alannah Ogilvie - Moore UNDER 12 BOYS2. Dean Mitchell 2. Dean Mitchell UNDER 14 GIRLS 1. Makani Storey 3. Mitch Whitley 1. Minnie Vorrath UNDER 16 Boys 2. Ted ConroyOPEN WOMAN 4. Chris Pennant 2. Poppy Johnson 1. Taane Mitchell 3. Cambell Asher1. Bea Conroy 3. Elsie Franzose 2. Kai Keenan 4. Soli Mitchell2. Shayleigh Chapman UNDER 18  4 Alannah Ogilvie-Moore 3. Finn Zanoni 5. Fred Franzone3. Lucy Naylor 1. Sebastian Asher 5 Alish Bowers 4.Jasper Blair 2. Jett StoreyOVER 50 3. Finn Zanoni UNDER 16 GIRLS UNDER 12 GIRLS1. Kent Stonehouse UNDER 14 BOYS 1. Bea Conroy 1. Abby Chapman2. Mitch Whitley 1. Taane Mitchell 2. Lucy Naylor 2. Teagan BowersLisa Neville MP Member for Bellarine For assistance on any issue please ring my Electorate O ce on 5250 1987 lisa.neville@parliament.vic.gov.au Shop G066, Gateway Plaza 621-659 Bellarine Highway, Leopold Funded from Parliament’s Electorate Office and Communication Budget The Rip July 2017 Page 38


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