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Queenscliff May 2019 No. 314 and Point Lonsdale Your Community Voice Othnousgehcotsn.d.. Giant Easter waves cast a sense of foreboding over Point Lonsdale pier and provided spectacular images for local photographers. This photo was captured by Point Lonsdale's Lachlan Manley. www.lachlanmanleyphotography.com David McDonald Builders David McDonald Builders sets the standard in prestige homes. Specialising in unique design and renovations of outstanding scale and style. Building with Excellence The Rip May 2019 Page 1 www.davidmcdonaldbuilders.com.au • p: 0418 599620 • e: [email protected]

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Queenscliff scores big in Budget Queenscliffe Council has unveiled an properties means some owners may experience ambitious $13.5 million capital works program steeper increases. Beach boxes to make a return as part of its 2019/20 Draft Budget. However little more than a million of it is earmarked for Total waste charges per household will A detailed business case will be developed Point Lonsdale. increase by $4.70 (1.53%). and Coastal Management consent sought before Queenscliffe Council pushes ahead with a plan The program includes big-picture tourism The combined hikes will mean an average to bring beach boxes back to the Queenscliff projects such as the Queenscliff Cultural property can expect an overall increase of front beach, according to Mayor Bob Merriman. Hub and Destination Queenscliff, as well as 6.16 per cent, or $2.37 a week, in rate charges. completion of the Queenscliff Sports Club Commercial property owners will have a 50 The 2019/20 Draft Budget earmarks $110,000 redevelopment. cent reduction a week in real terms, while to install the boxes, with an estimated return of tourist accommodation properties will have an around $26,000. A new proposal to lure tourists back to 8.87 per cent rise. Queenscliff’s front beach will include $750,000 The boxes are being considered as part of a for foreshore improvements and $80,000 to To help offset the pain, Council’s existing bigger plan to return the once-popular beach upgrade the Princess Park toilets, with a rate discount for pensioners will be increased and foreshore back to its original state. further $100,000 for the installation of beach by $50 - from $70 to $120. boxes. The Council has ruled out selling the boxes to “This budget seeks to maintain and improve private owners. The spend in Point Lonsdale includes services and infrastructure as well as deliver $974,518 for the first stage of the the Point projects and services that are valued by our Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve upgrade - community,” said CEO Lenny Jenner. consisting chiefly of walking and access paths - and $140,000 to fix long term drainage “It is undertaken in a financially responsible problems in Simpson Street. manner and within the limited rate increase mandated by the State government. Rates next financial year will again rise by 2.5 per cent - in line with the state government’s “Council continues to focus on delivering rate cap. However a now annual revaluation of value for money, transparently and responsibly to enable it to meet Council Plan objectives and deliver high quality, responsive and accessible Continued Page 14 OPEN THURSDAY - SUNDAY 10AM - 4PM The Rip May 2019 Page 3

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Hunt begins for new CEO Have a say on our operation that has met all the requirements heritage! A search is set of the Local Government Act, whist ensuring to begin for a Council has continually rated very high in the A community workshop will be held on new Borough of Victorian Government-conducted Community Wednesday May 22 as part of a widespread Queenscliffe Chief Satisfaction Survey. audit of the municipality’s heritage controls. Executive Officer (CEO), following the \"Importantly, Mr Jenner has developed an Queenscliffe Council has announced it will sudden resignation effective workforce who, under his guidance, undertake the review to enhance existing of Lenny Jenner. have made vast improvements to the liveability heritage assets and acknowledging new ones, of the Borough. including Shortland’s Bluff and the Point Mr Jenner advised Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve. Councillors at their Mr Jenner’s tenure as CEO has not been April meeting that he without controversy, with his management Mayor Bob Merriman said the workshop would be standing of several key projects including the Point would give residents and the wider community aside on a date yet to be decided - prior to Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve, recreation a chance to have their say and generate September 30. reserve redevelopment, Caravan Parks discussion regarding existing controls. Masterplan and more recently, Destination The shock announcement came just six Queenscliff, all coming under heavy “Council wants to hear from the people who months into his renewed five year contract. community criticism - the latter project having live in the Borough of Queenscliffe and people in more than $2 million in state government the wider community about what is important \"I have given due attention to my changing funding withdrawn as a consequence. to you, how we can improve our management circumstances and the significant drawcards of local planning and heritage, and better ways In 2016 he was cleared of a bullying and of activating our heritage sites,” he said. 4233of working less and being more involved as harassment claim levelled by a former staff a partner, father, grandfather, neighbour and member. “The Queenscliffe Heritage Review is an friend,” he said. important element of Council’s custodial Mr Jenner was first appointed CEO in 2008 Queenscliff Community Association responsibilities in the preservation of areas and re-appointed for a third term in October President David Connoley said Mr Jenner’s of local, state and national significance last year, despite lobbying from community resignation offered a chance for a fresh view in Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale. It groups for the position to be advertised. and new outlook. acknowledges the personal significance of these In a joint statement, Mayor Bob Merriman sites to the people who live and visit here” and Councillors Boyce Pizzey, Susan Salter, “It provides an opportunity for Tony Francis and Ross Ebbels said they had organisational renewal and a chance of re- “Our goal is to work with the community to accepted the resignation “reluctantly” and capturing community aspirations, trust and implement heritage guidelines in the Borough “with sadness.” community goals,” he said. that protect the unique character of our region”, \"Mr Jenner has ensured that the Borough said Cr Merriman. has remained in a strong financial position “A number of projects instituted by Council whilst meeting all the challenges of day- over the past few years simply didn't gell with The workshop will be held at 7pm at the to-day operations. He has maintained an the community. To a degree Council appeared Queenscliff Town Hall to be out of step with community thinking on the big picture and over significant issues.\" The Rip May 2019 Page 5

Parties pledge to get surf life saving club built The Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving the last round of the Federal Government’s wish list for our community. Club (PLSLSC) will start construction Building Better Region’s Fund. Whilst “I congratulate the Point Lonsdale of its long-awaited clubhouse in welcoming the support, PLSLSC President coming weeks, after all key political Mathew Ponsford revealed it was still $600,000 Surf Life Saving Club and the broader candidates contesting the seat of short of being able to commence the $5.4 million community for advocating for this Corangamite committed to funding the re-build. investment,“ Ms Henderson said. outstanding $600,000 required. “The volunteers at the [the club] do Up until then end of April, neither major a tremendous job at keeping people Liberal MP Sarah Henderson and party appeared willing to find the additional safe on our beaches and in the water. Labor candidate Libby Coker pledged money, despite it topping Council’s election Their work is invaluable.” to see the project through to its completion following eleventh hour Mr Ponsford said the support of all lobbying by the club and the Borough candidates comes as a major relief for of Queenscliffe. the club, Their commitments have also been matched “It means we can start a 12-month by Green’s candidate Simon Northeast and build this Winter and we’d be expecting the Independent Damien Cole. money will deliver a fully-operational and functional building by winter 2020,” he said. “Labor’s commitment of $600,000 means that this important project can finally go ahead,” Ms “To have the support of at least four of the Coker said. “The Club has done a phenomenal candidates is fantastic and we’re very grateful job advocating for and securing the funding to to them all. We’ve been working on this project rebuild the clubhouse.” for 11 years and it’s been a mammoth effort by a lot of people.” The Club in March received $650,000 under Coalition warns The Coalition believes Fort Queenscliff will be RAR supporters Barb Scott, her grand- of fort sale under sold off under Labor daughter Asia Gilfillan and Andy Longmore. Labor attraction. Council at one stage even came up Locals call for decency Labor candidate Libby Coker is being with the idea of including a brewery on site challenged to come clean on any plans it may as well as a retail precinct which would have Corangamite electorate voters are being have for the Fort of Queenscliff, ahead of this severely undermined the viability of Hesse urged to keep the plight of refugees in their month’s federal election. Street traders.   minds and hearts when they head to the polling booth this month. Coranganmite MP Sarah Henderson has I am very concerned that Federal Labor re-iterated the Coalition’s firm position that is planning to sell off the Fort if elected,” Ms Residents, churches and businesses from the fort is a required Defence installation, but Henderson said. Queenscliff to Apollo Bay have signed on to believes it could be sold or handed over to the Choose Fairness and Decency for Refugees private interests for a tourism, if Labor wins Queenscliffe General Manager Organisational campaign - a joint initiative of Geelong’s government. Performance and Community Services, Phillip Combined Refugee Action Group (CRAG) and Carruthers, said the Deloitte report was “almost Rural Australians for Refugees (RAR). The Borough of Queenscliffe is believed ready” for presentation to Council. to have received a preliminary business case Banners promoting the sentiment have been from private firm Deloitte - thought to contain “The Business Case has been developed on a strung the entire length of the coastline. recommendations for transforming the historic confidential basis to this stage as a result of the barracks into a tourism and accommodation significant potential commercial value of the “The Choose Fairness and Decency for attraction. Fort,” he said. Refugees campaign is founded on the principle that vulnerable people have a right to seek When asked by The Rip about the fort’s future, asylum, and to be treated with compassion,” Ms Coker said only: “I will always stand up said Queenscliff RAR member Cathie Bond. and advocate for the electorate and what best serves our community needs,” she said. “We don’t have any political affiliation, we just want to see good policies.” Ms Henderson described as “ominous” the lack of support for the 150-year old landmark Independent draws environmental support by both Labor and the Queenscliffe Council. Jan Juc-based Independent Damien Cole impact coastal areas from New South Wales to “For some time, both the Borough of appears to be securing strong support from Western Australia. Queenscliffe and the Victorian Labor Corangamite’s surfing community with his government have been agitating for the Fort to campaign to prevent drilling in the Great \"Coastal communities in much of Australia be sold by the Commonwealth,” the she said. Australian Bight. would like to know, preferably before they vote in the coming election,” Mr Cole said. “An “The Fort is a very important economic driver Mr Cole is an ambassador of the Surfrider absence of a public statement could be taken as for the local economy.  The Commonwealth Foundation, and has personally organised a endorsement of Equinor's proposed fossil fuel spends around $7m each year on the Fort number of major protests against a plan by project in the Great Australian Bight.” including on wages.  Norwegian energy giant Equinor to explore off the South Australian coast. Mr Cole first caught attention when he stood  “[It] is an operational base for the Department as an Independent in the recent Victorian of Defence Archive Centre, the Australian He has challenged leaders of major political election, winning eight per cent of the vote in Signals Directorate, the Army History Unit, the parties to announce their position on the South Barwon. Army Indigenous Services Unit, Fort Queenscliff controversial operation, amid concerns it could Museum and the Museum Association.  It is also a base for local Airforce Cadets and offers guided tours to the public Ms Henderson said smile she supported some tourism within the fort, sale of the facility would not happen under her government.   “I have vehemently opposed previous proposals to convert the Fort into a tourist The Rip May 2019 Page 6

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HUGE SWELL LURES SURFERS AND SNAPPERS SURFERS and snappers made the most of a large swell which buffeted much of our coast over the Easter break. Pictured from Left: Ted Conroy makes the most of rare waves at Queenscliff's front beach. Centre: Fishermen brave the wild conditions on Point Lonsdale pier, by Marie Matthews Photography. Right Nicole Curtis captures a young surfer leaping from the Point Lonsdale beach seal wall. Residents speak out over traffic and bad behaviour Five or six - you decide! Fisherman's Flat residents fear planned new “The tender allows for flexibility and Residents will learn later this month whether traffic changes aimed at extending the Bellarine modification of the design that will be informed or not we will have a bigger Council. Rail Trail could stop them from accessing their by the current community consultation. own properties. The Victorian Electoral Commission has \"A key consideration of council officers is the released a preliminary report, following its As part of a plan to extend the Bellarine safe operation of council waste collection trucks electoral representation review of Borough Rail Trail, Queenscliff Council has proposed in this vicinity,” the spokesperson said. of Queenscliffe, which included the level of transforming Larkin Parade into a one-way Meanwhile, Queenscliffe Councillors have Councillor representation and whether to not to street. acknowledged anti-social behaviour is introduce a ward-system. occurring at Fisherman’s Wharf, but have The initial plan also proposes installation of suggested they are powerless to stop it. Twenty-two community submissions were bollards and parking restrictions, as well as a received. change of parking arrangements at the ends of Residents have long complained about Bridge Street. commercial dive and pleasure boat users, As a result, wards will not be introduced accessing the pontoon at the end of Bridge and residents are now being asked to choose Residents said they were shocked to learn Street, parking on nature strips, undressing and between two final options: the first to retain the initial plan had already been advertised for even urinating. five councillors, the second to increase the tender without community consultation. representation to six. There is no formal parking or public toilet If implemented as is, some will no longer be facilities in the immediate area. Most submissions - 16 out of 22 - proposed able to open their garage doors or safely gain an increase to the number of councillors. The rear access from their properties if the changes “We have been receiving endless complaints majority of these - 14 out of 16 - proposed are implemented. about people urinating and getting changed in increasing the number to seven. the streets,” said Cr Susan Salter. A Borough spokesperson said the proposed A public hearing on the results will be held works were designed to improve the safety of “For the past two years I reckon I would on Wednesday May 8, with the final report pedestrians and cyclists using the Rail Trail and have received 50 emails and we have sent them expected on Wednesday May 29. complement a planned upgrade of Fisherman’s on to Parks Victoria, we’ve sent them on to Wharf. the harbour, we’ve sent them to the By Laws officers [and] we’ve applied as much pressure However Council had noted the residents on to those organisations that are using the concerns and would work towards a positive pontoon to stop doing it,” she said. outcome, he said. MOTHERS DAY HIGH TEA High seas on $65 the per person EXPLORE TRAVEL RELAX The Rip May 2019 Page 12

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From Page 3 Councillor Tony Francis believes the State Government is pocketing $250,000 annually from the Queenscliff ferry terminal lease. Photo: Artist impression of the proposed new ferry terminal. services to the community,” he said. Several of the projects are reliant on Council Councillor seeks slice of ferry lease pie securing external funding, however it will land to be spent on the crown land where that also borrow $548,566 to carry out some of the A Queenscliff Councillor has called on the money is generated,” Cr Francis said. works. State Government to hand over more funding Council ifs forecasting a surplus in the - including an estimated $250,000 it receives “There is, I believe, about $250,000 that the next financial year and following four, but is annually from the Queenscliff ferry terminal State Government receives from the rental projecting deficits for 10 years after that. lease - to help fund local environment and lease of the ferry terminal that goes into the A State Government election pledge to foreshore projects. state’s coffers. That $250,000 would go a long scrap fees on all public boat ramps will cost way in maintaining our crown lands and our the Borough $1.25 million over 10 years, Councillor Tony Francis highlighted future lighthouse reserves, rather than going into a big and according to CEO Lenny Jenner will financial challenges facing the municipality, pot within the state government.” significantly impact finances into the future. such as climate change, waste management A potential increase in the number of and maintaining lighthouse reserves and other Council has budgeted $15,000 to investigate councillors from an existing five to six - financial assets. a new pilot organic waste program, currently currently being considered by the Victorian being trialled by the Surf Coast Shire. Electoral Commission - could cost a further A $500 million government waste $200,000 over 10 years. management fund and income derived from Councillor Francis said the state government Waste management costs are budgeted to the Searoad Ferries land lease should be freed should loosen its purse strings to help support increase by 6.08% overall for kerbside, green up to reduce the burden on ratepayers, he said. such new ideas. and public waste services, including $15,000 for an organic food waste pilot and $5,000 for a “We’re a small borough of around 3,500 “We’ve seen some leading examples, review of Council’s hard waste service. ratepayers and as we’ve said, the budget is especially with dealing with this issue of Residents have until Friday May 24 to pretty tight. We’ve got two lighthouse reserves recyclables, in other states, where they’re provide written feedback. with a potential cost of around $100,000 a year setting up new industries and turning a profit. in maintaining those reserves once they’ve been Victoria seems to be dragging its heals in that Key capital works projects include: fully upgraded and that’s a cost that should not space. • $3,825,000 - Queenscliffe Hub project be billed to the ratepayers of this community. “For every tonne of landfill [ratepayers] $3,667,015 - Destination Queenscliff “I also call on the State Government to adhere pay a levy and that goes straight to the state • $1,356,837 - Hesse Street South works to its own policy for funding received on crown government’s coffers.” $1,200,000 - complete construction of the Queenscliff Sports and Recreation Precinct project • $974,518 - Point Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve • $750,000 - Queenscliff Foreshore improvements; • $140,000 - Simpson Street storm water upgrade • $100,000 - Beach huts; • $80,000 - Princess Park kiosk toilet upgrade • $30,000 - Point Lonsdale Tennis Club lighting Councils look to New trial to protect shipwrecks lighten the load Regular patrols will be conducted in is a shared responsibility and Heritage Victoria The Borough of Queenscliffe is looking to Queenscliff, Werribee and Inverloch as part of a will work closely with the community through team up with neighbouring Councils to better new Community Shipwreck trial. volunteer Coastguard and Surf Life Saving share costs and lighten the load on ratepayers. Clubs to plan for the ongoing protection and The initiative, which will involve the Victorian survival of historic shipwrecks,” Mr Avery said. All five G21 Councils have submitted a joint Coastguard and Surf Life Saving Clubs, is bid for $5 million in State Government funding aimed at protecting the state’s most significant During the 12-month trial, participants will to establish a new partnership program aimed shipwreck sites from damage caused by human be on the look-out for any damaging activities at reducing the costs associated with managing interference. including anchoring, fishing and diving in municipal assets, providing services and Protected Zones which can cause irreversible delivering on capital works projects. “Shipwrecks are fascinating reminders of damage to the most sensitive wrecks. Victorian history and there is much we can The funding is being sought under learn from them, but we are at risk of losing The initiative is part of Heritage Victoria’s the government’s new Rural Councils these fragile archaeological sites if we don’t take Maritime Heritage at Risk Program, aimed Transformation Program (RCTP) - a new action to protect them from further damage,” at identifying and prioritising the State’s initiative aimed at helping the state’s 79 councils said Heritage Victoria Executive Director Steven most significant shipwrecks; providing an better meet growing financial pressures. Avery. assessment of their current and future risk and implementing a site management program to Under the G21 business case, Queenscliffe, “The Community Shipwreck Monitoring better safeguard them. Geelong, Surf Coast, Golden Plains and Colac Trial is empowering the community to be Otway councils would work more closely good custodians of our irreplaceable historic together to share services and expertise. treasures like shipwrecks that enrich our pristine coastline.” Successful bids will be announced by July. “Safeguarding Victoria’s maritime heritage The Rip May 2019 Page 14

Hotel subdivision gets green light Owners of Queenscliff’s historic Hotel Q have won the right to build a double storey residence on land adjacent to the landmark. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has overturned Queenscliff Council’s rejection of an application by Steve and Katalin Blond to subdivide the former Royal Hotel, at 34-38 King Street, into two lots. The proposal, which also attracted opposition from neighbouring properties and community groups, includes construction of a dwelling on the hotel’s former beer garden and creation of a new driveway, off Mercer Street, at the rear of the property. In opposing the project Council argued it was inconsistent with planning policy and would adversely impact heritage values and neighbourhood character. The Blond’s took the application to VCAT for adjudication after the Council failed to make a ruling in the required time. Tribunal Member Katherine Paterson said she was confident new HOME MAINTENANCE height and set-back restrictions provided an “acceptable response” to Including • BATHROOMS • KITCHENS the development. Grant Rogers - Point Lonsdale “With the changes I have made, I am satisfied that the proposal is an PH: 0438 261954 acceptable response to the neighbourhood character of the area,” she said. “Based on the evidence, I am satisfied that the proposed subdivision will not have an adverse impact on the heritage values of the site and precinct.” DinnWEe’VrESGOoTrted POINT LONSDALE Fresh Fruit & Veg direct from the market daily • Butcher Quality Meats • Fresh Fish • Local and International Cheeses • In-house Salads • Artisan Bread • Quality pre-made meals • A great range of liquor including local wines Plus much much more… Open 7 days 8am – 8pm Point Lonsdale Village P: 5258 4911 Follow us on Instagram:@Pointlonsdaleiga Facebook:Point Lonsdale IGA The Rip May 2019 Page 15

Big dry causes big Queenscliffe stops to remember stink Returned soldiers A lack of rain has been blamed for an marched proudly unpleasant odour enveloping Point Lonsdale in through the recent days. Queenscliff Fort gates on ANZAC The City of Greater Geelong (CoGG) said Day. Below, a young the stench, reported as far away as Queenscliff boy carries flowers and the outer reaches of Ocean Grove, was to place on the Point emanating from Lake Victoria and caused by Lonsdale Cenotaph. drier than normal conditions. Thousand of residents and visitors have which carries From time to time Lake Victoria dries out and again turned out pay their respects to fallen the names as a result the vegetation within the water body soldiers at our municipality’s three ANZAC of men begins to decompose, releasing strong sulphur- Day services. from Point based odours, according to Gareth Smith, Lonsdale who CoGG Director Planning and Development. Numbers appeared slightly down at the enlisted to serve in WWI from Point Lonsdale. traditional Queenscliff Dawn Service, but “We wish to reassure residents and visitor were up on previous year’s for the town’s The Deakin’s son-in-law, Sir Thomas White, in Point Lonsdale that the odour they may mid-morning service, while upwards of 1500 who served in the Australian Flying Corps smell is not dangerous although it is, of course, gathered at the Point Lonsdale Cenotaph for during WWI, later donated a WWII plaque. unpleasant. that town’s annual ceremony. “It is 94 years since the first commemoration  “The smell will dissipate over time or more Addressing the Point Lonsdale crowd, RSL was held at this location. It surely is a scared quickly with sufficient rainfall,” Mr Smith said. Sub-Branch president Lieutenant Colonel place for enduring remembrance, a special (ret.) Alan Hunter paid special thanks to Patty place, in a very special place,” Lt Col Hunter An investigation was undertaken after Deakin, wife of former prime minister Alfred numerous complaints from residents to both Deakin who donated land for the Cenotaph, said. the Council and the EPA. Parks Victoria has confirmed CoGG’s findings. However the Point Lonsdale Civic Association is not convinced and has sought further investigation. \"We have had an overwhelming amount of complaints from residents arising from an acrid odour in Point Lonsdale, in particular, West of Fellows Rd,\" the PLCA wrote in a letter to Councils. \"We do not believe this event is associated with the lack of rain recently, as during the last prolonged drought, we occasionally had odour events in Point Lonsdale, but nothing like this.\" NECTRE MK1 NECTRE OSBURN 2300 MASPORT BAKER’S OVEN ADENA MASPORT Meet the REDCLIFF Glen Dimplex Family of wood heaters... On display in our show room! 99 WEST FYANS ST, MASPORT NEWTOWN VIC 3220 ROMSEY 03 5222 1688 The Rip May 2019 Page 16

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GREEN SPEAK Letters by Brooke Connor Don't forget resident means by “good stuff happening.” amenities! Perhaps this vague statement requires Pack your re-usables The ferry traffic using our Hesse street is some degree of interpretation. Who knows? Such an exciting time in the Borough with at the stage where Council must be seriously Jeffrey Jones. so many opportunities to connect with others considering traffic lights to control some through art, music and storytelling as the movement and the safety of pedestrians. We Mayor's Bluff bluff Lowlight Festival, the Queenscliffe Literary all know most ferry users don't stop but they Festival and Sacred Edge descend up on towns. do take particular interest in clogging up Hesse \"BOROUGH WANTS BLUFF ON REGISTER\" street with their caravans and Winnebagos We note this \"heading\" on a recent It is also a great time to connect with the natural aspects of our world as we head out to Think of your experiences this summer trying commentary by our Mayor, Bob Merriman, immerse ourselves in these inspiring events. to move around Queenscliff, think about how suggesting that Council supported the listing clogged the traffic in The Narrows gets and of Shortlands Bluff on the National Heritage One of the most important things we can do then think about, with Victoria's population Register.  He went on further in a recent to protect our environment is to find ways to explosion, how this traffic is going to get worse. Mayoral column that almost implied Council reduce waste, which pollutes the environment It will happen and what is in place to manage was actively involved in the listing! and uses up our planet’s finite resources. Just this. Nothing I would say but something needs by packing a few extra things in your backpack to be done or we will be over run by people and Council did not make a submission in will make a huge difference to the amount of business' chasing the almighty tourist dollar at support of the Victorian Heritage listing but waste generated. our towns where we live expense. did elect to make a submission criticising • Bring your water bottle and reusable coffee the applicant's submission on this very same There is a group around moving to have precinct for the National Heritage Emergency cup with you. This reduces the need to Queenscliff's name changed to the \"Land of listing.  The Mayor appears to be confusing the purchase water in single use plastic bottles the Free\", on the basis that it's free to start up two applications and the dual roles played by and eliminates the need to enjoy a bevvy a business and trample all over the existing Federal and State Governments. in an unrecyclable coffee cup. amenity, its free to park your car by our beach • Pop in an extra reusable bag. That way, if and bugger off to Sorrento for a few days on The applicant's submission was extremely you find something you can’t live without the ferry, it's free to come down and go scuba thorough and highlighted the historical and in the market stalls or local shops, you’ll diving on a boat from Sorrento but park your geographic significance of the Bluff. have an ecofriendly option to store it in, cars all over someone's front lawn, its free to without having to accept a soft plastic park your RV at the bullring and enjoy the Council had ignored the significance of the alternative. view and for that matter all around town when Shortlands Bluff and has spent a significant • Reusable metal or bamboo drinking we have a perfectly good camping ground. amount of ratepayer/taxpayer money on straws, as opposed to plastic ones, are Residents complain about the hot rod's and proposals to develop the area including for another good one, helping to save some music festival which are fantastic events and commercial use. of the plastic pollution that’s choking our keep the towns pulse going, but there are many waterways and killing wildlife. other impediments that go unnoticed and grow These were hardly the actions of a Council • Take a reusable food container, with a lid by stealth until they will be uncontrollable and supporting Heritage listing!! to stop any spills, and your own cutlery us residents will be the ones who suffer. Think Neil Radcliff - Architect/Resident to eliminate any waste associated with about it. indulging in the culinary delights of the Name and add withheld. Erosion equires action street stalls. I wrap mine in a tea towel to keep everything together and my bag Ferry terminal more like sci fi I want to express my concern about the clean movie set undermining of the black rock wall between It’s time we rethink recycling as being the Royal Park Point Lonsdale and Dogbeach solution to waste management. There is simply Dear Editor Queenscliff by the recent heavy seas, and hope too much plastic for us to deal with. The only I was fascinated by the article in your April that The Borough has this potential problem on alternative is to reduce the amount of waste its books for attention sooner than later. we generate. And this is so easy to do, by just edition of The Rip quoting the CEO of the Paul Heseltine, Point Lonsdale making sure we have our eco alternatives at Queenscliff car ferries. hand as we head out to enjoy this amazing time Thank you Jill Warnecke of year in our towns. Passengers approaching historic Queenscliff on a ferry will soon be able to view a terminal Jill was the mainstay of the Queenscliff DIGBY MORAN building that resembles a Star-Wars film set. Indigenous Nursery. We will miss Jill’s: ‘Sorry,’ a modern interpretation of a bygone • Leadership, patience and fellowship; LANDSCAPES historic structure. • Exemplary refusal to accept personal (Assoc. Dip Hort, Burnely) Next they will pass through a supermarket praise; Specialising in low-maintenance, style car-park ‘no interpretation required’ to • Insistence that success is   the work of the low-water gardens be greeted by the sight of a high lighthouse/ observation tower that resembles a large group or her advisers; Design & Construction concrete water pipe stuck vertically in the • Inclusiveness of all to share her passion; Quality Paving sand. ‘Oops,’ a modern interpretation of • Unrelenting Industriousness; Retaining Walls Queenscliff’s Iconic lighthouses. • Contribution and dedication to saving our Turf Irrigation Then before they enter heritage Queenscliff indigenous plant heritage; proper, they pass the privatised modernistic • Generous sharing her specialised Landscape Plans for Council harbour. ‘O’dear,’ was this another modern approval interpretation to release Parks/Gov from their knowledge of the propagation of commitment to maintain historic/heritage indigenous plants Qualified Tree Arborist aspects of the Harbour? The revitalisation, diversity and character of indigenous plants on the Bellarine and the 0412 520 438 or With the Ferry CEO quoting large passenger Queenscliff   Indigenous Nursery itself, will be 5258 1547 numbers and being a private company with her legacy. a business monopoly, why are they asking Thank you Jill. email: [email protected] the government for $10 million to build Lynne and Jim Mason, Marcus Hill an inappropriate structure? Could this be interpreted as piracy? SHARE YOUR VIEWS Views expressed in letters are not necessarily While on the subject of the Ferry CEO’s those of the editor. Letters should be kept quotations, people would like know what he to less than 300 words and may be edited. Preference will be given to letters carrying the author's name and address. Email letters to [email protected] The Rip May 2019 Page 18

A challenge to local businesses to \"give ferry Opinion clearly other identified community driven passngers something woerth stopping for,\" projects could have equally shown similar or , reported in the April edition of The Rip, doorstep. That is why the potential of National greater economic benefits. generated a significant amount of comment. Heritage listing even potential World Heritage Below are opinions from opposite sides of the recognition is so important in the tourist and It is proposed this new ‘world class’ terminal fence in trms of supporting that challenge. The visitor narrative. No other place in Victoria will be over 11 metres in height. The design did first is supplied by the Queenscliff Cokmunity offers such a class of offerings including a ‘world not go into the normal public council planning Association, the second by long-time owner of heritage’ Fort, significant defence and Maritime processes. Given local planning and heritage Hesse Street's Panache Cafe and Creperie, histories and structures, and a Shipwreck coast controls setting mandatory 8.5 metre height Bruce Sutherand. that boasts a far richer history than down the limits that were reinforced in the C16 Panel road. Even council has belatedly accepted the Hearing, it appears an oddity that Council Comments made by the Ferry CEO reported value of heritage recognition. approved the height of the new terminal. in The Rip April edition, deserve some Council itself later overturned another separate reply. With a reported 950,000 passengers last To suggest we need iconic or world class Panel recommendation with regard to the Ferry year consisting of ‘many foot passengers’ infrastructure misses the point that the ‘world carpark. Arguably, council remains out of step should have resulted in significant economic class infrastructure’ we already have, requires with community expectations in such crucial benefits throughout the town, particularly if ongoing conservation, maintenance and repair. planning issues. Main street traders would they ventured up the street. have significant difficulties obtaining such Shifting the blame or issuing the challenge to apparent planning relaxations as has taken However, there is little perceived evidence main street traders to presumably lift their game place in this precinct. Added to the imposing of economic and sustainable benefit to the when they themselves are not the beneficiaries height of the new building, there is significantly town and, to the contrary, iconic businesses of over $10 million in grant funds arguably increased retail (including café and gift shop) (Tenby) have closed, hotels such as the iconic appears an arrogant back handed slap. and possible additional liquor licensing. Will Queenscliff and Royal remain closed while this translate to more business in the town other businesses are for sale and not selling. It It could be suggested $10 million to repair the centres or fight for the competing dollar? is therefore a bit rich to lay the boot into local historic Fort or defence installations or the main Main Street and other traders when they are not streets in Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale could It is finally worth pointing out that perceived the beneficiaries of very generous grants. have equally been a welcome City Deal funding benefits accruing from the ferry traffic needs project that would have attracted visitation and closer scrutiny. Council, as suggested, must In the past, ferries from Melbourne swelled driven tourism. have evidence that 99 per cent of car traffic the town’s population, predominantly as this drives straight through town. Equally, a ferry was foot traffic. In the heyday of the Ozone, The recent announcement of $10 million that has a reported capacity limit of 700, 000 Hygeia and Weeroona they no doubt boosted Federal funding of the redevelopment of the passengers should also explain how it can carry the towns economy as these tourists shopped ferry terminal has raised certainly questions over 950,000 passengers – over 250,000 more locally and stayed in town, enjoyed picnics and in the community. It is further noted that an than reported numbers in 2012. dances etc. industry tourism body is calling on the State Queenscliff Community Association. Government to chip in yet another $5 million The QCA agrees much is to be achieved in to complete the Ferry ‘missing link’. On top a co- ordinated response to capturing these of this we have continued dredging at public current and future tourists that arrive on our expense and past grants for infrastructure. Again, it could be asked how a single business can attract such public purse funding when I’m in agreement with Matt McDonald in ■ The old Nursing Home site comes from visitors from outside Queenscliff. regard to giving ferry passengers something development was delayed by a They are the life blood of this town. to stop for, but it is more a case of stopping questionable objection through VCAT. them before they get on the ferry that would be Another lost opportunity. Coming off or boarding the ferry to or from more of opportunity. Queenscliff, to admire heritage buildings, ■ The delayed redevelopment to Vue streetscape and history has an enormous I’m amazed after 14 years of serving visitors, Grand, which was caught up in red amount of competition from the Surf Coast. how so many of them don’t know when the tape, heritage and objections. Another There has to be more to attract visitors, but at ferries leave, we all know that they leave on lost opportunity. the moment Matt this is very difficult to achieve the hour, but not all visitors do apparently. in the present environment, where every Some years ago to solve this issue I approached ■ The loss of the eco cabins was proposal so far has been yelled down, criticised, VicRoads with idea of additional wording on another blow to attracting or securing campaigned against and decried as destroying all the ferry signs on the way to Queenscliff, a portion of ferry Passengers. The the local community way of life, the only thing “ON THE HOUR”, (pictured) my proposal was condition of the front beach does not present that will for certain destroy the way of life in unfortunately met with little enthusiasm and the attraction it was once. Queenscliff is when businesses can no longer did not eventuate. Maybe it’s time to revisit this survive and leave.The NIMBY(Not In My Back suggestion! ■ The delay of the Destination Queenscliff, Yard) culture is alive and well in Queenscliff . the loss of the new kiosk design, visitor Now to give passengers a reason to stop, amenities, upgrade of carpark area and new Matt, Sea Road Ferries doesn’t need we need to have an attraction(s) or points of public restroom facilities. Queenscliff as much as Queenscliff needs interest… the ferry. If only we could have a combined ■ The ongoing Hesse Street beautification approach to Tourism from both sides, that Over the last 15 years I have seen many process, that goes on and on. would benefit us all, then maybe more of your proposals wither and die due to opposition passengers would be eager to stop. from one particular group with no other agenda So far we have lost the Ozone Hotel, The Bruce Sutherland, Panache Cafe and Creperie than to maintain the status quo, no concept of Tavern Hotel, the Queenscliff Hotel and developing a vibrant and thriving community now the old Royal Hotel. The Army has left, The Rip May 2019 Page 19 which would be both good for community and Queenscliff is slowly losing its identity, slowly business. These include: losing its life blood. ■ A Stingray feeding proposal by the harbour, I don’t know if anyone has noticed the attracting a substantial number of people over number of empty shops for lease is increasing. a three month trial period, offering enormous Who would potential of establishing a world class attraction, with the upgrade of the facilities in that area. want to invest their money in Hesse Street The error was it was called a Tourist Attraction with such uncertainty? rather than a Mariner Research Facility like Monkey Mia in WA and Tangalooma Resort in Is it any wonder Matt, why people in the QLD. business community get a little frustrated of trying to promote Queenscliff to the tourists, trying to capture a portion of the passenger numbers coming off or going to the ferry? At the moment 95-98 per cent of my business

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POINT LONSDALE Discretionary expenditure on the other these projects and all of the community should CIVIC ASSOCIATION hand provides a different layer of support to benefit. NEWS the community. Expenditure on safety issues such as street lighting, crossings and parks and So what would fairness look like when major What does budget gardens add significantly to the liveability of amounts of capital funds are going to be spent fairness look like? the Borough. over the next year or two? To begin we would like to say thank all The bigger expenditure items are generally • The Point Lonsdale Lighthouse those who attended the “Meet the Candidates for particular sections in our community. Reserve project actioned before the other Meeting” on the 12th of April. The meeting Sports clubs including bowls, tennis, football redevelopments. This project has been was attended by almost 120 people and was a and cricket clubs receive funds or are subject dragging on for far too long. great success. It was a joint effort of the PLCA, to facilities development and upgrading. The QCA and Combined Bellarine Community business community and their precincts are • The Significant Tree Register and Avenue Associations and we thank all the volunteers prime candidates for marketing costs and of Honour which is a Borough wide issue and candidates. regeneration and activation. Maintenance of should be resolved and actioned. (Another existing parking areas and the beach precincts ANZAC day passes) The budget for 2019 – 2020 should demonstrate are also important as they attract visitors and fairness for all residents and focus on matters their purchasing power. • As close as possible to a 50/50 spend in that improve amenity for all ratepayers. the retail precincts of Queenscliff and Point I am writing this before the budget briefing Lonsdale. (adjusted for funds redirected from The budget is arguably the most important being held by council officers Wednesday Shortlands Bluff) document produced for the residents and 24 April (I have a deadline to meet). It is our ratepayers of the Borough. The Council Plan express hope there is an equitable spread of • The Point Lonsdale Beach and foreshore and Economic Strategy whilst important cannot spending across the borough. The budget work should be completed. work if funds are not allocated and a balance shouldn’t be weighted toward what are coming struck between competing priorities. to be viewed by residents as pet projects or • Hesse Street proper should be upgraded organisations. before more parking near the fort is developed What would fairness look like in budgeting (Hesse Street South). for the coming year? I am aware much of the capital expenditure funding is provided by state and federal • The Caravan Parks, that provide so much The normal operation of Council providing government but council must contribute some needed money to our Council as income, the expected services such as rubbish collection, percentage toward the projects. This can be as should be maintained to provide a better engineering services, planning etc are driven little as 10% or as high as 40%. It can be in cash offering to our visitors. by need and requests. Operating expenditure or contribution through effort (staff time and We are sure Council will get the balance close. of this type is generally driven by resident resources) depending on the rules of the fund numbers and almost fixed in nature. being accessed. If the Borough is requesting $1 Rob Minty, PLCA President million dollars our Council’s contribution can be as high as $100,000 or $200,000. Community resources are being diverted to Public Notices EXPRESSION OF INTEREST 2019 COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM QUEENSCLIFFE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Borough of Queenscliffe Council invites applications for its 2019 The Borough of Queenscliffe Council invites written expressions of interest for two new Community Grants program from Wednesday 1 May 2019. industry and / or skills-based members to join the Queenscliffe Economic Development Advisory Committee (QEDAC). Local not-for-profit community groups and organisations are invited to apply for grants to support community, art and cultural projects and The primary responsibility of QEDAC members is to provide strategic advice to Council activities that enhance the wellbeing and quality of life of residents of the on opportunities and issues related to economic development in the Borough of Borough of Queenscliffe and benefit the local community. Queenscliffe. The 2019 Community Grants program Application Form and Guidelines Expressions of interest can be submitted online on the Economic Development Advisory are available on Council’s website, www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, and at Committee page of Council’s website, www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, from Monday 1 April Council’s offices at 50 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff. 2019 until 4:00pm on Friday 10 May 2019. Applications close at 4:00pm on Friday 7 June 2019. Alternatively, expressions of interest can be submitted: By email to [email protected]; For more information please contact Council’s Economic and Community By mail to PO Box 53, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225; or Development Program Leader on 03 5258 1377 or by email at In person at Council’s offices at 50 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff. [email protected] Applications must address the selection criteria outlined in the expression of interest Lenny Jenner application form. Applicants are strongly encouraged to refer to the QEDAC terms of Chief Executive Officer reference prior to submitting an expression of interest application. This documentation is available on the Economic Development Advisory Committee page of Council’s website, Borough of Queenscliffe www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, and from Council’s offices at 50 Learmonth Street, 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 Queenscliff. Telephone: 03 5258 1377 | www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au To request a copy of this documentation, and for any further information about the The Rip May 2019 Page 23 expression of interest application process, please contact the Borough of Queenscliffe on 03 5258 1377. Phillip Carruthers Acting Chief Executive Officer Borough of Queenscliffe 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 Telephone: 03 5258 1377 | www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au

Saturday 8 - Sunday 9 June Round-the-world sailor seeks a helping hand Point Lonsdale Primary School A Croation sailor, circumnavigating the Amazing LEGO®creations, world, was forced to make an un-expected master classes, competitions & stop in Queenscliff over Easter after prizes, play area & sales! experiencing problems with his yacht in Bass Strait. Adults $10 Child 4 -14 $6 Under 4 free Buy tickets online at Queenscliff Coast Guard responded to a www.trybooking.com Good Friday call for assistance from skipper Limited ticket sales at the door. Sasha Fegich and his crew and helped them back to Queenscliff Harbour. This event is not affiliated with the LEGO Group. LEGO and the LEGO logo are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2019 The LEGO Group. The boat, the 10.1 metre HIR3, already holds the honour of being the first Croatian vessel to round Cape Horn. With Sasha - a commercial skipper and sailing instructor - at the helm, and with sponsorship and crowd-funding, it set sail on June 17 last year on its new, bigger adventure. It had already taken in the Canary and Cape Verde Islands, Brazil and Cape Town before arriving in Fremantle on February 23. The crew was en-route to Sydney, when it made a call-out for help. “After crossing the Great Australian Bight, they experienced issues with the forestay and genoa and wanted to have the engine checked as well,” said Coast Guard's Ivan St Clair. “The prevailing winds took them past the entrance to Port Phillip when Coast Guard Queenscliff retrieved them from Bass Strait and towed them in through the Rip on an ebb tide. Fortunately the weather conditions were good and it was a comfortable trip.” The HIR 3 departed last Sunday after undergoing work to its forestay, engine and sails. After Sydney it hopes to reach New Caledonia, New Zealand and then Cape Horn. “Once they reach Cape Horn the Micalvi Yacht Club - the most southerly yacht club in the world - is on the agenda and no doubt some rakija (home made Croatian apple spirit) that could easily power HIR 3 all the way home,” Mr St Clair said. Pictured: Ivan St Clair with Croation sailor Sasha Fegich MARCUS NICHOLSON FINANCIAL PLANNER DIP FIN PLANNING, GRAD DIP FP AUTHORISED REP: 1269711 ABN 40 159 812 530 AFSL 428848 15 years’ experience working in the Financial Planning industry. Specific expertise in pre and post-retirement planning, accessing and maximising the Age Pension, superannuation, strategies to reduce debt and assessing the suitability of SMSF’s. Moran Partners Financial Planning (MPFP) is a Melbourne-based, award-winning and highly regarded practice who have recently opened their Queenscliff office. MPFP holds its own Australian Financial Services License and is not part of a large financial institution. Advice under a fee for service basis, with our approach to Financial Planning being personalised, strategic and goal-based, that is, we develop solutions to place you in the best possible lifestyle position. We look forward to supporting you and the local community, and keep a look out for upcoming free seminars. For regular updates on news and events in the world of finance, head over to www.mastersoffinance.com.au to listen to our podcast Queenscliff Office: Business Hub @ Queenscliff Marina 1-2/6 Wharf Street East PO Box 201 Queenscliff Vic 3225 Carlton North Office: 767A Nicholson Street PO Box 560 Carlton North Vic 3054 T: 03 9380 8844 M: 0402 281 509 www.moranfp.com.au The Rip May 2019 Page 24

Borough Bulletin May 2019 Cr Bob Merriman AM, Mayor, Borough of Queenscliffe website, www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, and whitegoods including fridges, freezers, or picked up from Council’s offices at 50 ovens / stoves, dryers and washing Anzac Day 2019 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff, completed, machines, cannot be accepted for collection. and returned: The Councillors would like to acknowledge Batteries should be removed from e-waste and thank the Victorian Veterans Council • By email to [email protected]; items and can be brought to Council’s for funding provided under the ‘Victoria offices at 50 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff, Remembers’ grant program toward the • By mail to PO Box 93, Queenscliff, for recycling. organisation and delivery of the Borough of Victoria, 3225; or Queenscliffe 2019 Anzac Day services. Please refer to the ‘E-waste drop-off day’ • In person at Council’s offices. page of our website, www.queenscliffe. We also thank the community volunteers, vic.gov.au, or call us on 5258 1377 if you members of the RSL, and our Council officers More detailed information can be found have any further questions about the for their significant contribution to our in the Grant Program Guidelines, available e-waste drop-off day. Anzac Day services, along with everyone on Council’s website, www.queenscliffe. in the community who gathers with us to vic.gov.au, and from Council’s offices at 50 Queenscliffe Literary Festival acknowledge our armed forces on this day Learmonth Street, Queenscliff. of reflection, respect and remembrance. Over three weekends from Saturday 11 May Applications for the Borough of Queenscliffe to Sunday 26 May 2019, the Queenscliffe Lest we forget. 2019 Community Grants are invited until Literary Festival will celebrate the work 4:00pm on Friday 7 June 2019. of Australian writers and artists with a Celebrating our volunteers varied and inspiring schedule of events in 2019 Low Light Festival Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale. To acknowledge their exceptional contribution, Council invites local The Low Light Festival, a celebration of With another bumper program of panels, community group volunteers to enjoy drinks winter in Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, workshops, poetry and performance, and and finger food at our annual Borough of will be held from Friday 3 May 2019 to a list of visiting writers that reads like a Queenscliffe volunteers’ celebration event. Sunday 30 June 2019. who’s who of Australian literary talent, tickets for the 2019 Queenscliffe Literary The celebration will be held in the Point Over nine exciting weekends, our public spaces, Festival are selling fast. Lonsdale Bowls Club from 6:00pm to 7:30pm galleries, cafés and restaurants will host an on Monday 20 May 2019, to coincide with dazzling array of art, music, film screenings, Visit the Festival website, National Volunteers Week, 20 to 26 May 2019. literary readings and culinary delights. www.queenscliffeliteraryfestival.com.au, to secure your seat at events featuring literary Community groups are welcome to The enthusiasm and support of local giants such as Helen Garner, Richard Fidler, extend this invitation to up to five of their businesses has resulted in another fantastic Alice Pung, Michael Veitch, William McInnes, volunteers. Please have a representative program of events, once again curated by Meshel Laurie and many others. of your community group RSVP to the Queenscliff Music Festival directors. [email protected], or by phone to The program will shortly be available Council’s Community Listening 5258 1377, by 4:00pm on Monday 13 May. to view on the Low Light website, Post in May www.lowlightqueenscliff.com.au. Community Grants Join Councillors for our upcoming applications go online Subscribe to the Festival newsletter at Community Listening Post in the Point www.lowlightqueenscliff.com.au to receive Lonsdale Primary School Hall at 22 Bowen Council’s annual community grants program the latest news and stay up to date with Road, Point Lonsdale, on Thursday 23 May opens on Wednesday 1 May 2019. what’s on during Low Light, and follow Low 2019 from 2:30pm until 3:30pm. Light on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ This year, we are inviting local community LowLightQueenscliff) and Instagram Next Council Meeting groups to submit applications for the grants (lowlightq). program online at Council’s website, www. The next Ordinary Meeting of Council queenscliffe.vic.gov.au. Time to clean up will be held on Thursday 23 May 2019, commencing at 7:00pm in the In addition to the online process, application It’s time for Borough of Queenscliffe Queenscliff Town Hall. All welcome. forms can be downloaded from Council’s ratepayers and residents to gather your old, unwanted or broken electronic or electrical For more information equipment and bring it to Council’s annual e-waste drop-off day at the Ocean View car Visit www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au park in Queenscliff on Saturday 18 May 2019 or contact the Borough of from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Queenscliffe on 5258 1377. You are invited to drop off e-waste items such as televisions, computers, printers and the like. 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May Diary discussing her raw and moving reflection on mothers and daughters. Venue Queenscliff Town Hall Time 12pm Cost $20 Bookings Queenscliff 12 Queenscliffe Literary Festival presents... Boy Swallows Universe. Award-winning journalist Trent Dalton discusses his debut novel, a literary tale of brotherhood, love and the most unlikely friendship. Venue Point Lonsdale Bowls Club Time 12pm Cost $20. The Low Light Festival kicks off for two months 17 Lighthouse Arts Collective presents... 25 What's better than dancing all night to of events and experiences! It includes The SacredEdge Festival, Queenscliffe Literary Mark Lang (Skipping Girl Vinegar) will launch your favourite Eagles hits? The Eagles: Hotel Festival, Bellarine Lighthouse Films series, the his debut solo release, with special guest Lilly California tribute show features a 3 course dinner Lighthouse Arts Collective music series, a whole Among The Clouds. Venue New Hall, Point and drinks Venue 360Q Time 6.30pm Cost slew of arts installations and much more. Check Lonsdale Time 7pm Cost $25 ($30 at the door) $120pp Bookings @360Q out the full program at www.lowlightqueenscliff. Bookings www.trybooking.com/bbubm com.au ■ Three young Tamil refugees will prepare an ■ Queenscliffe Literary Festival presents...Hell exciting three-course meal of aromatic, spicy 5 BIG4 Beacon Resort will host CoutaKidz Ship – A Performance by Michael Veitch. The truadional food as part of the Tamil Welcome one-man show dramatises the true story of the Feasts. Share their stories and celebrate their Activities Cooking Sessions from today. Roll Ticonderoga - a sea voyage, a tragedy, a love culture. Time 7pm Venue Queenscliff Uniting up your sleeves to learn how to make Damper! story. Venue Queenscliff Town Hall Time 6.30- Church Cost $40 Bookings Trybooking.com. Sessions will run on Sundays throughout May. 7.30pm Cost $35 Bookings www.trybooking. Cost $15 Bookings essential 1800 351 15219. 26 Queenscliffe Literary Festival presents... 19 Terrain - Interpretations of the Land ■ Noble Rot presents its Mid-Autumn Feast - Finding the Story. Two of Australia’s most seasonally-picked dishes with perfectly-matched officially opens today, featuring new works by inquiring minds – Helen Garner and Richard Bannockburn Wines Venue Noble Rot Bookings leading artists Kerrie Leishman, Sally Joubert, Fidler discuss what draws them to a story. 5258 5115 Mick Jankovic, Sue Anderson Sally West, Includes the announcement of the winners of Natalie Anderson, Casey Freeman, Prue Capell- the QLF Secondary School Writing Prize. Venue 11 Queenscliffe Literary Festival presents... Myers, Janet Green, Leah Thiessen Venue Salt Queenscliff Town Hall Time 3-4pm Cost $25 Contemporary Gallery Time 2pm Bookings www.trybooking Oh Mother. 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Big names head to town The Bookshop at Queenscliff presents A who’s who of the WOMEN Australian literary TO THE landscape will beat a FRONT path to Queenscliff in Heather Sheard coming weeks, for the and Ruth Lee Queenscliff Literary with Shurlee Swain Festival. 11:00am, Wednesday, 22 May 2019 The annual event, Uniting Church Queenscliff from May 11 to 26, boasts its best line-up $5 includes a cup of tea or coffee yet, with record ticket sales on the cards. Book via The Bookshop at Queenscliff 03 5258 4496 \"Our events with Kerry O’Brien and Helen or tickets available at door Garner with Richard Fidler are sold out and many other events are filling fast,” said Program Manager Jane Finemore. “One event I am looking forward to is on Mothers’ Day when comedian and TV and radio presenter Meshel Laurie and the ABC's Hilary Harper will share stories and wisdom with a big dose of humour. Especially for new parents,” she said. “For anyone who thinks politics and football should be separate religions I recommend Sport Rules! which is now to be held at the Football Club on the day after the federal election. Sports comedian, Titus O’Reily (pictured) and leading commentator George Megalogenis together is a coup for QLF and it promises to be both a hilarious and thought-provoking session.” Other highlights include a discussion with distinguished film actor Peter Phelps about his new book The Bulldog Track, Jack Serong presenting hair-raising stories from his new historical thriller Preservation, Michael Robotham in two sessions and Toni Jordan and Christian White, whose novels are among the hottest recent Australian releases. Our 2019 Program is so popular, 2019 some events are already sold out. INSIDE OUT 11 - 26 MAY Please check out the website and remember to book your For more information and to book tickets visit tickets soon. queenscliffeliteraryfestival.com.au We have so many great sessions The Rip May 2019 Page 31 featuring amazing writers including: Sarah Ferguson, Leah Kaminsky, Heather Morris, Meshel Laurie, Trent Dalton, Jeff Sparrow, Toni Jordan, Michael Veitch, Alice Pung, Rick Morton and many more.

arts EXHIBITIONS ■ Tim Pescott, Janet Goldman, Paul Waycott, Italian scholarship part of Darin Frankpitt, Lyn Steele and Joel Wolter are among a large pool of artists who’ll be showcasing their works as part of Tussock Upstairs Gallery’s Autumn Arts Fair. The event, which opens with drinks between 3 and 5pm on Saturday May 11th, is the Gallery’s last big exhibition ahead of its Winter recess. Patrons will receive discounts of up to 10 per cent and two-for-one offers on many of the works to celebrate “the end of our very successful summer and autumn seasons.” It runs each weekend from Saturday May 11th through to Sunday June 2nd. The gallery will then close until Saturday 7th September. lucrative print prize■ At the heart of every culture and community, Entries have opened on the Queenscliff- based Peebles Print Prize 2019 competition. lies a story. Whether it’s the dreamtime Rainbow Serpent of Aboriginal Australia or the mythical Hosted by the Queenscliff Gallery and Greek epic of The 12 Labours of Hercules! Workshop and named in honour of local mezzotint artist Graeme Peebles, the contest This year, these myths and mythopeias offers printmakers an opportunity to showcase are among many stories being revisited and their talents. reimagined for the Queenscliffe Literary Festival (QLF) – but not how you might expect. Mr Peebles will work alongside gallery directors Theo and Soula Mantelvanos to select To coincide with the festival, Queenscliff the shortlist of entries. Master printer Bill Young Gallery & Workshop (G&W) is hosting its and Geelong Gallery Director Jason Smith will third annual print exchange - this year titled judge the winning entries. ‘Historia’. The $6,000 first prize includes a trip and arts The exhibition features the works of 32 MEDIA RELEASEprint makers, all inspired by the theme. 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From Left: Sleepy Hollows Jiri Tibor Novak, Shall Thesrteobnee TsrcuuthlpBtuetrweseebnyuJsa..c..iWntaarrLeneaCcoho, kaeh, eGaodldoenf AapplTeiscokfettshearHeeaspveariildabesleGthwreonuSgchowtt,ww.trybooking. The Kraken (Norse Myth) Anita Laurence. two-week closure from May 13 to 31st. com. FEATURED ARTISTS: Michael Leunig, Marion Manifold, Jim Pavlidis & Gwen Scott. PRINT EXCHANGE ARTISTS: Helene Athanasiadis, Jenine Bailey, Dianne Colk, Warren Cooke, Beth Croce, Ann Cunningham, Sue Ernst, Silvi Glattauer, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Kim Herringe, Julie Holmes, Alex Hotchin, Kyoko Imazu, Gary James, Maureen King, Anita Laurence, Larissa MacFarlane, Soula Mantalvanos, Emmy Mavroidis, Catherine Mc- TCruued,yKRericrye,AGnwneenMSccMotete, kLiinsag,SJeirwi aTirbdos,rSNtoepvahke,nSTheasrtreornaOndkinJuess,tiLnauWraatOsosbno. rn&Qe,uJHiemeisnPtasocvrlliiidafifse,PSrLuieintPetorgEagrxioyclhi,FaNenasgdtiaevPaolljEskxi,hibition ABOUT HISTORIA Exhibition dates May 2 – June 30 bineraenspeoxnhsiebittoioOFJtniemhfafoiitscPfuiaya3rveel2laioadrppr’isstreiin&sentxitsnGscg,MhwcaMiercnnehagaaySteece5lotd,Lht3etsepupmmneiecg.i,fiMcaarlliyon Manifold, At the heart of every culture and community, lies Wawexrhthciihesctnahsnctwgoreeeda’.retrEaianawclglhJFocHoeioeftincnahsanpastirtevnlopttuaeieeiriryrsrrideswtaBahataewaarPtiiivionlgroimeeilnhdnnlynt,y-,tctamitDKrsnEnheaixMaadataocndtiAMhrcneeplhaemcroawnaoerCneygiscotoltteezreilhLss’kkdsaeos,swuriE,Wptctnuoiiiaaonsairrgiltilnrvelpdsrei&aietoHddpnetferJedaieisCltm3em’lop‘5neApoirPeelrifpkcainrrAneerevoti,sttlnmirhtBdeitaseiassntdhaiinnsCigardoicse, , a story. Whether it’s the dreamtime Rainbow Serpent of which 32 imApnrneCssuinonninsgwhialml b, eSueexEcrhnastn,gSeilvdi aGmlatotnauger, Kate Gorringe- of Aboriginal Australia or the mythical Greek epic of pasarwtieclilpaastiangfualSILrlmamteriasiidstztsihusta,.,ioKTGMnwiamaroicynFHsaJaeiarnrnlmarginnaeleegsr,c,eiShMm,oiJavupuuallraierleesMbHesoniaooxnlKnmtsiasneelvtgos,a,,fnwAAeolniaeslilxc,tabEhHme,LoamtucyrheiMnn,caKev,yrooikdois, The 12 Labours of Hercules, stories are a means by available for saClaet.herine McCue, Kerry Anne McMeeking, Jiri Tibor which people come together and collective identities This will be theSNutoheviaPrkdo,gSygheioaarlrir,otNhnaaOdtkaQinPGeo&slj,sWLkai,uhTrroaulddOsysbaRonicrnea,enG,nJwiumeanlPSacvolidtti,s, and histories are forged. print exchangeLiasas Speawrtarodfst, hSteeplihteernarTyesftesrt&ivJaul.stin Watson This year, these myths and mythopeias are just a few of the many stories that are being revisited, reinterpret- ed and reimagined for the Queenscliffe Literary Festival (QLF) – but not how you might expect. To coincide with the festival, QG&W proudly presents this year’s annual print exchange: ‘Historia’. Historia will QG&W Workshops Seeking creative development? Or do you feel like trying something new but don’t think you’re creative? Come in and talk to us... we have a few ideas for you! From left: Michael Leunig, Jim Pavlidis, Gwen Scott, Sue Poggioli, Kim Herringe & Marion Manifold qgw.com.au 81 Hesse Street | open 6 days closed Tuesdays & between exhibitions | [email protected]|03 4202 0942 The Rip May 2019 Page 32 From left: Ariadna Prepares for Theseus Silvi Glattauer, The Chronicals of Narnia, Trudy Rice Cerulean Holy Cow Sue Poggioli, Jonah and The

Salt Contemporary Art Salt Contemporary Art Invites you to the opening of September Program Terrain Salt Contemporary Aratn exhibition of Paintings, Prints & Ceramics bySally Joubert, 'Long and Winding Road' September PrSoaglrlaymJoubert Natalie Anderson Mick Jankovic Kerrie Leishman Janet Green Sue Anderson Leah Thiessen Prue Capell-Myers Casey Freeman Sally West Sunday May 19 at 2pm Exhibition Dates: May 17 – June 3, 2019 Sun Sep 15, 2.30pm: Opening drinks with the artist THE 8TH ANNUAL BELLARINE LIGHTHOUSE BINGE ON THE BEST HANDPICKED FINE ART FILMS AT THE 2019 LOW LIGHT FESTIVAL, QUEENSCLIFF bellarinelighthousefilms.com Seaview Gallery Tussock Upstairs Gallery queenscliff 89 Point Lonsdale Road Point Lonsdale MAY EXHIBITION Featuring Vida Pearson www.tussockupstairs.com.au [email protected] 'Autumn Art Fair 2019' Exhibition dates: Saturday 11th May - Sunday 2nd June 2019 Opening Drinks Saturday 11th May 3-5pm Featuring many local artists Tim Pescott ''Sails' 150cm - 50cm contemporary - traditional - glass - jewellery Bevan Shepherd 86 Hesse St Queenscli 3225 - 5258 3645 'Point Lonsdale Walk III' 125cm - 94cm [email protected] - email: [email protected] Tussock Upstairs Gallery Winter Recess June - July - August The Rip May 2019 Page 33

MECHANICAL REPAIRS Queenscliff Bowling Club's Esther Bodin and young family members proudly display this year's Eggstravaganza result Pt Lonsdale/Queenscliff Automotive Centre Eggstravaganza sets new record The hay was sent flying once again as “We’ve been honoured to be able to carry on (Steve Higgins) hundreds of children - and a few adults - hunted Queenscliff’s very strong tradition of raising a staggering 20,000 Easter eggs at last month’s funds for what is an amazing cause,” he said. Full Car Servicing annual Eggstravaganza. All Mechanical Repairs “We get tremendous support from our local Fully Qualified Mechanic The Good Friday event, hosted by the businesses and the local community in general, Queenscliff Bowling, Croquet and Tennis Club, who just respond so warmly to events like this.” Air Conditioning raised a record $41,509 for the Royal Children’s Repairs & Services Hospital appeal. The figure is up $38,125 last Mr Wayth also praised the efforts of event Pick Up Service Available year and takes the total amount raised since the coordinator Esther Bodin. event commenced in 2014 to almost $200,000. (Local area only) “Year after year the amount of effort that Club Manager Rod Wayth said the outcome Esther personally puts into this event goes 46 Bellarine Highway, surpassed expectations, but said it would not up and up and up. It really does become all Queenscliff have been possible without the support of local consuming leading into it and I can’t out into business and volunteers. words that amount of work Esther puts in to PHONE: 5258 4668 make it happen.” 0418 524 861 Jardine Homes Custom-built homes and Renovations Local children were given the hobnour of cutting the ribbon, to officially open The Point's new foot bridge Will Gordon First bridge opens in The Point 0414 354 079 [email protected] Residents of Point Lonsdale’s The Point estate have celebrated the official opening of a new www.jardinehomes.com.au pedestrian bridge - the first within the canal development. The event included an official ribbon cutting ceremony and street party.    The completion of this pedestrian bridge now allows for easy access across the estate’s largest waterway, saving local residents from a long walk around the water’s edge to get to the beach and town centre. The Rip May 2019 Page 34

Point Lonsdale retreat wins global recognition Lap for Life swimmers have smashed their Brewhouse Director Andrew Noseda with his Point Lonsdale’s Lon Retreat has been rated original target winning brews among the best accommodation stays in the world, in the latest edition of travel magazine Swimmers beat target New brew wins medal Condé Nast Traveler. A group of 28 Queenscliff Football and The fledgling Queenscliff Distillery is Netball Club members swam more than 220 already making its mark in the industry, taking The recently-redeveloped facility, on farmland kilometres in March, raising $12,774 in the home two medals at the recent Australian overlooking the ocean, is among just four process to help raise awareness of mental Distilled Spirits Awards. boutique Australian hotels and 82 international health - particularly among young people. destinations to make the esteemed list. The newly-opened distillery, within the The group was prompted to participate in Queenscliff Brewhouse, scored a silver medal Condé Nast Traveler described it as a the Laps For Life fundraiser by the sudden for its Citrus Gin and a bronze for its Dry Gin. 'switched-up, big-sky homestead by the sea, death of footballer Lucas Niven late last year. family-run, in one of the country's emerging “We are thrilled to be both silver and food destinations’. “We are very proud of such an impressive bronze medallists after only three months of effort,” said club President Andrew Conlan. production. It really confirms that all the hard The final list is chosen from hundreds of work is paying off and our products really hotels and accommodation houses, selected by “Lucas’ death definitely had a huge impact are of a high standard,” said distiller, Tristan contributors and Condé Nast Traveler editors. on the club. This initiative has raised money Bibby. for a very worthy cause and at the same time “Ultimately, the hotels and cruises that provided a measure of therapy for some of The Brewhouse (formerly The Esplanade land on this list are the absolute best of the the participants I am sure. We have also had Hotel) boasts a dry cellar, originally built best; the game-changing, boundary pushing, a good amount of publicity from the Geelong in 1879 to store barrels of rum and whisky vacation-making openings that are so good, and Bellarine newspapers so it has definitely offloaded from ships. we’re already dreaming about going back,” the raised the awareness of the issue of mental magazine said. health issue,” he said. The space was recently converted into a distillery, housing a 600-litre handcrafted Lon Retreat owners Claire and Rob Gemes Lisa Peart, who organised the Laps For Life copper pot. said the establishment’s inclusion on the list team, thanked all sponsors and supporters for was an honour. helping to smash the original $5,000 target. Its first range of Gins are infused with coastal botanicals to reflect its nautical history \"When I reflect on the past few months since “They say adversity makes us stronger... Our and coastal location. The distillery is also we launched in October I have an immense club, our community is made up of such an in full whisky production mode, which is sense of pride and awe in what Rob, my family incredible group of individuals that is always currently being aged in oak barrels. and staff have achieved as a team and am ready to rally together and support others in humbled by all the support both locally and whatever way possible.\" Pictured: Sarah Roberts with the Swan Bay internationally that we have received,” Ms Environment Association’s Greg Parry. Gemes said. Nursery welcomes new coordinator Warneke. Each plant is described and extensive “To have a vision in my head like I had over propagation notes are testament to the expertise the past twenty years and see the dream grown By Pauline Nunan contained at the nursery. into Lon as it stands today is quite surreal and Community Indigenous Plant Nursery like a crazy emotional rollercoaster ride of When not at the Queenscliffe nursery, Sarah adrenaline, fear and passion all rolled into one. volunteers have welcomed their new teaches a variety of subjects at the Gorden coordinator at a weekly morning tea - an TAFE including plant identification, re- “To see our philosophy of slowing down and important social component of their volunteer vegetation, seed collection, plant propagation reconnecting within a house-hotel environment work. and establishment, soils, pruning, OHS and understood and embraced is very satisfying machinery. and exciting for the region.  “This feels like a lovely community and network,” Sarah Roberts said on her first day in She will no doubt bring her extensive Lon boasts un-interupted ocean views and the role. knowledge to support the strength of the natural mineral spa and pool. Indigenous Plant Nursery into the future. Sarah arrives to her new position at the “Having a high profile product like Lon is a nursery with wide experience in horticulture The Nelson Road nursery is open on fabulous drawcard for the Bellarine on both a and plant propagation. She previously worked Wednesday mornings (9am to noon) and the domestic and international level. We love that in Alice Springs at the Botanic Gardens and third Sunday of the month from 10am to noon. Lon lures visitors to the region and we then in an indigenous plant nursery. She was also Plants sell from just $2 each. send those visitors out to the Bellarine Taste involved in the Millennium Seedbank Program Trail and to our local villages to discover the at the Melbourne Herbarium. the hidden gems our region should be so proud of,” Ms Gemes said. The position is funded by the Swan Bay Environment Association. Specializing in Kitchens, Wardrobes, Vanities, Sarah said she was excited to work with local saltbush plants, which have a harsh coastal Wall & Entertainment Units, environment and overlap with the harsh Furniture, arid environments of the northern species. She relishes the challenges and techniques of Flat Pack Assembly and growing more difficult plants, experimenting Installation and much more. with different ways of propagating, and trying to work with new species for propagation. 0417 168 537 Sarah’s role will be made easier by the extensive library of information, built up over 22 years by outgoing coordinator, Jill The Rip May 2019 Page 35

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Who Gives a Crap? Point Lonsdale House is in the running for one Shaun McKearney from Sprout House Farm of Victoria's leading design awards hands out starter kits. Residents are being encouraged to change their toilet paper preference, to help build a new Eco house vies for top Sustainability show Musical Instrument Library for our community. prize draws a crowd Queenscliffe Rotary has launched a novel A Point Lonsdale home has been shortlisted Queenscliff’s inaugural Sustainable Living new fundraiser for the Point Lonsdale Primary in the 2019 Victorian Architecture Awards. Show has been hailed an enormous success, School project, which relies on sales of a more with more than 500 people pouring through its planet-friendly form of the lavatory essential. Point Lonsdale House, designed by architect doors. Edition Office, is among 13 properties competing “The club is buying Who Gives a Crap toilet for the top prize in the Awards’ Residential The Saturday March 23 event, initiated by the paper wholesale and on-selling it by the roll. Architecture - New Houses category. borough’s recently-launched Transition Towns program, attracted visitors from as far away as “The toilet paper is good for the environment The project, described as a “modern take Melbourne and interstate, all keen to learn new – it’s made from recycled paper, it helps on the humble beach shack,” appears as four ways of incorporating sustainable practices communities in developing countries as interlinked pavilions, each hosting separate into their daily lives. Who Gives a Crap donates half their profits functions of the home. It features extensive to sanitation projects, and it’s great for our use of Blackbutt timber and concrete fixtures “Terrific initiatives such as more than 150 jars community as we’re giving all our profits to internally, opening up to native coastal gardens. distributed to patrons to take home to replace [the] Community Musical Instrument Library,” and recycle their existing plastic containers and said Rotary President Karen Pecar. The full Awards list includes a total of 89 over 100 pairs of reading glasses collected by projects across 14 categories celebrating public, the Uniting Church to be donated to the South Once created, the library will loan residential, heritage and regional architecture. Pacific Islands were implemented,” said Mayor instruments to both students and the wider Bob Merriman. community. Winners will be announced on 28 June and will then be eligible for the National “This event really highlighted the vital Individually-wrapped double length 3 ply Architecture Awards program. message of sustainability and I congratulate rolls of toilet paper are available for $1.50 each all involved in bringing the Sustainable Living from Point Lonsdale Primary School, Rotary’s Show to life.” Point Lonsdale Market stall and via www. queensclifferotary.org.au Crigan bookkeeping because your time is valuable 364159278 BOOKKEEPER & REGISTERED BAS AGENT ● All aspects of bookkeeping and Business Activity Statements ● Updating your books ● Calculation & lodgement of BAS ● Payroll - Single Touch Payroll ● Communication with ATO as required Daelene Crigan BAS agent 0416 148 861 25951362 [email protected] Kev’s Window, Door and Glazing Service OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: ● glass repairs ● glazing & mirrors ● sliding door rollers ● tracks & locks ● pet doors in glass ● shower screen repairs ● repairs to security doors, y doors and yscreens ● sash cord replacement ● windows re-puttied ● window winders Kevin Smith Mobile: 0418 519078 www.bwdgs.com.au Quali ed Glazier * No job too small * FREE quotes Servicing Queenscli , Point Lonsdale & the Bellarine Peninsula The Rip May 2019 Page 37

Ray rolls with the best Girls shine at Nats BOWLS - Queenscliff’s Ray Butler has ROWING - Three Point Lonsdale girls have Holly Lazarus (centre) and Lilly Tierney cemented his reputation as one of the state’s tasted success at the recent National Rowing (right) at last month's National Rowing best young bowlers, after reaching the quarter Championships. Championships finals of the men’s singles at the Men’s State Singles Championships. Competing for Geelong College, Tessa Longden, Lilly Tierney and Holly Lazarus made The 21-year-old finished in the final eight it through to the A Final of the U/19 Women’s after winning his first clash 25 shots to 21. He Coxed Fours - an outstanding achievement was knocked out of the competition by Andrew given the crew only had two rows together Sharp off Stawell, 25-14. leading into the event. Butler also made it through to the Men’s The girls then combined to finish fifth in Triples state title, but was knocked out first the A Final of the Schoolgirls Coxed 8 event, round. completing the 2km course in a fast-aced 6.49:03. 0404 163 609 Gas Fitting & Roofing PLAYERS WANTED [email protected] NOW ACCEPTING EFTPOS & MAJOR CREDIT CARDS The Queenscliff Football Club is keen to recruit new junior players for our U/11, U/13 Domestic For all your Plumbing needs Commercial and U/17 teams. Our club offers a family- Mob: 0408 037 686 friendly environment with great support for Industrial E: [email protected] new-comers. Registered Electrical Contractor 23229 Lic. 40157 To register or for further information, please contact Andrew Chatham on 0418 522 524. Massage Therapist General Plumbing Hot Water Petrina Blair-Tierney Water Saving Concepts Remedial/Sports/Relaxation/TMJ Blocked Drains Roofing Repairs Ph: 0429 380 317 Gas Work - Safety Checks Ct. Neuromuscular Therapy Dip.Ther.Mass/B.Ed. (Phys Ed) Now incorporating Health Fund Rebates Available Flush Toilet Systems POINT LONSDALE Your Local Tradesman Servicing the Bellarine ENERGY FOR LIFE Lic No. 36195 0418 100 689 Stay motivated through the colder months! www.flush.com.au Kerry Pettigrove The Rip May 2019 Page 38 Personal Trainer with more than 20 years experience One on One training • Group training Circuit Classes • Boxing Classes • Boot-camps 5258 1670 - 0414 581670

sport & health Build it and they will come... Queenscliff netballers have christened their long-awaited new netball courts in winning Left: Queenscliff Netball fashion. Club President Shelley Clark, Mayor Bob The two state-of-the-art courts and new Merriman and Greg clubhouse were officially opened on round Monahan. Below: junior one of the BFNL season - with almost all Couta netballers celebrate the teams, including A-Grade, posting a win new facility. against Drsydale. lobbying and hard work on behalf of The courts and pavilion have been built at the club and supporters. a cost of more than $1.3 million, as part of the more than $4.5 million Recreation Reserve “As a community activity netball is redevelopment. huge and any sporting participation like this is a great thing for the entire “It’s fantastic and once the [scorer] shelters community,” he said. and lights are in, it will be be amazing,” said Queenscliff Netball Club Coordinator Shelley “Without the involvement of our Clark. state and federal government this would have happened. Our local The courts, relocated from King Street to now government could not have done this sit within the reserve, have already attracted on its own and that’s been significant higher participation rates and will help further and we thank them and everyone else strengthen club ties, Mrs Clark said. that has supported that project.” “We’ve got more players this year. We’ve added an E-Grade team and we’ve had to add more junior sides, with two teams in each division. “Our netball and football clubs are very much united and this makes it even more so.” Mrs Clark singled out former club president Greg Monahan from lead contractor John Monahan Sands for his help in driving and completing the project. Mayor Bob Merriman said the new courts were a positive outcome of many years of B O OKIN ON GS LAIVNAEI L A B L E Lex Erler - a member of Queenscliff Football Club’s Living Legends Team - was given the honour of tossing the coin at the club’s season-opening game against Drsydale. Mr Erler was named in the forward line of the honorary team, coached by Pat Monahan. “I started training with the U/18 team in 1942 when I was just 13 years old,” he said. A year later, in ’43, I got my first game with the seniors.” FOOTBALL - The sidelining of key players due to injury has taken a toll on Queenscliff in the BFL’s opening rounds, with the side sitting in eight place on the league ladder. Four weeks into the season the Coutas have posted just one tight win, against Ocean Grove, with losses against Drsydale, the competition surprise package Newcomb and premiership favourite Barwon Heads. Coach Steve Clark will be hoping the return of Jayden Durran, Tom Limb, Michael Randone and Justin Maher over coming weeks will help put the season back on track. Games this month: • Saturday May 4 - Geelong Amateurs v. Queenscliff • Saturday May 11 - Anglesea v Queenscliff • Saturday May 25 - Queenscliff v. Torquay The Rip May 2019 Page 39

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