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CELEBRATING October 2018 No. 307 30YEARS Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale Your Community VoiceBeautiful Lonsdale! Point Lonsdale will be the special focus of this year’s History Week celebrations, with a list of events planned including the unveiling of a plaque honouring the man the town is named after. The Captain William Lonsdale commemoration will take place on the Point Lonsdale promenade on Saturday October 6 at 2pm. Photo courtesy Wes Bowler - www.lonniesnaps.comDavid McDonald Builders David McDonald Builderssets the standard in prestige homes. Specialising in unique design and renovations of outstanding scale and style. Building with Excellence The Rip October 2018 Page 1www.davidmcdonaldbuilders.com.au • p: 0418 599620 • e: [email protected]

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Borough \"on notice\" over Destination Q The Borough of Queenscliffe is racing It’s not in Corangamite MPagainst the clock to redesign its Destination our DNA to Sarah HendersonQueenscliff project plans to meet strict breach funding addressed theplanning requirements, or risk being stripped agreements Destinationof remaining project funding altogether. but we will work Queenscliff matter at very hard to make a community forum The Federal Government has put the Council sure they comply. The in Queenscliff laston notice after identifying breaches in how its funding agreement is month.$3.48 million funding contribution has beenmanaged - particularly in relation to proposed very tight.five star cabins and a new kiosk. – Sarah Henderson The review, ordered as a result of communityunrest and after the state government Mayor Susan Salter said Council respected changes would have on project costs.withdrew its $2.5 million portion of the $7 the Commonwealth’s position and was A community petition calling for Destinationmillion project, found the existing plan for working to meet the requirements.10 cabins encroached beyond the Queenscliff Queenscliff to be halted pending furtherRecreation Reserve and was in potential breach A sweep of further plan changes, including consultation was officially tabled in Stateof the funding terms. reducing the number of cabins from 10 to six Parliament last month. Twenty-eight leading and ensuring they are contained within the business and accommodation operators were In addition it cautioned Council against reserve, was approved by Councillors at the among the 1200 signatures. They include theconstructing a kiosk beyond the agreed September Ordinary Council meeting. Vue Grand, Athelstane, Shelter Shed, Circa$500,000 funding envelope and ordered it 1902, the Queenscliff Brewhouse amongstto have all statutory planning approvals The kiosk will be rebuilt in its current others.- including a planning permit, coastal location and the ‘Bullring’ will be “retainedmanagement consent and proof of community and enhanced,” as a result of the government's Concerns raised covered the potentialconsultation - completed by December. directives. impacts of the accommodation and 40-seat “At the moment, on face value, there are Council was unable to say what impact the Continued page 18some issues with complying with the fundingagreement,” said Corangamite MP SarahHenderson. “Council can easily remedy thatquite frankly. “It’s not in our DNA to breach fundingagreements but we will work very hard tomake sure they comply. The funding agreementis very tight,” she said. Something Something to accompany different your mealFresh quality ingredients Quality pre-made meals Point Lonsdale OPEN UNTIL 9PM THROUGH JANUARY Su p er m a r k et shop p i ng m a de ea sy ...Point LonPsodianlteLVonilsladgaele VillaPg:e5258P:45921518 4911 OOpepnen77ddaayyss:: 88aamm-- 98ppmm FollowFoullsoown uinsstoangrinamst:[email protected]:[email protected] The Rip October 2018 Page 6

103 King Street | Queenscliff | Expressions 163 Point Lonsdale Road | Point Lonsdale |Of Interest Closing Monday 8th October 5:00pm Contact Agent 108 Fellows Road | Point Lonsdale| 10 Cowry Way | Point Lonsdale | $975,000 - $1,075,000 $380,000 - $420,000SOLD SOLD35 Nelson Road | Point Lonsdale | 32 Anderson Street | Point Lonsdale | SOLD SOLD Felix Hakins 0400 035 000 [email protected] Lonsdale Office | 5258 1811 | 1/83 Point Lonsdale Road, Point Lonsdale | rtedgar.com.au The Rip October 2018 Page 7

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Lonsdale honoured the two of them worked very well together,” Boundary and height Mr Chatterton said. “He set up a lot of stuff controls pledged Point Lonsdale that La Trobe then carried on and that’s what’s ahead of pollwill be the special so important, that in this area we’ve got ourfocus of this year’s two earliest administrators - Lonsdale and La Point Lonsdale’s town boundary will beHistory Week Trobe.” permanently protected from over-development,celebrations, with the State Government has pledged.a list of events A selection of unique silverware datingplanned including back to the 1830’s and presented to Lonsdale In a pre-election commitment, Labor hasthe unveiling of a as a mark of regard for his role in founding promised to “enshrine in law” permanentplaque honouring Melbourne and Port Phillip, is currently height controls and town boundary restrictionsthe man the town being displayed at the Queenscliffe Historical for the Surf Coast and Bellarine.is named after. Museum. History Week runs from October 6th – 14. The pledge is aimed at halting pressure on The Captain coastal towns and preventing multi-storeyWilliam Lonsdale commemoration will take Drinking taps turned developments and sprawling housing estates,place on the Point Lonsdale promenade on off amid safety fears said Bellarine MP Lisa Neville.Saturday October 6 at 2pm. Drinking fountains across the Borough have “This commitment to legislate to tighten the The plaque itself is the result of a fundraising been turned off, following the discovery of high town boundaries and the rules around  naturedrive and references Lonsdale’s role – as lead levels. of development and extent of development isa soldier, Government Chief Agent, Police critical to ensure we do not lose the best of whatMagistrate and Commandant - in founding the Queenscliffe Council says six taps have been the Bellarine has to offer,” she said.official settlement of Port Phillip in 1836. temporarily closed as a precautionary step, pending advice from the Department of Health \"Ultimately there will be and must be a It will be unveiled by his great great grand and Human Services. limit to development - the current boundariesdaughter, Cecilia Newman. provide some ability to grow especially in the The step was taken after water sampling main towns but this cannot be endless without “Her unveiling the plaque is so important detected lead levels above the Australian destroying the Bellarine community.to highlight it’s relevance,” said project Drinking Water Guidelines.spokesperson Lindsay Chatterton. “You have \"This is an approach we have used in Macedonthis connection with what Lonsdale did and “The Department of Health and Human and it will enable the local community to haveright back to family still connected to him.” Services is conducting an independent study, a say about what Bellarine looks like and have which, when completed, will assist Council in confidence that it will be protected in legislation Having been dispatched from Tasmania to determining the most suitable course of action,” by a Labor Government,” Ms Neville said.Victoria, Lonsdale is credited with choosing the a spokesperson said.location of the state’s first government - laternamed Melbourne. He also engaged William The borough tested its fountains after theBuckley to act as constable and interpreter with City of Greater Geelong switched off moreAboriginals. than 80 taps earlier this year as a result of lead contamination concerns. “He preceded Charles La Trobe here bythree years and when La Trobe came in 1839 Barwon Water has re-assured its water is safe to drink. Ian Warren Builder Pty LtdNew Homes Point LonsdaleExtensions 5258 2758Renovations 0418 525452 Decks [email protected] Registration no DB - U2446 HIA no 516372 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 [email protected] 2062 Bellarine Highway, Marcus Hill www.clarkhomes.com.au Registered Building Practitioner Housing Industry Association Member The Rip October 2018 Page 13

Cultural Hub finally gets green light After more than a decade of being overlooked, We regard this Done deal!Queenscliff’s Cultural Hub will finally become as Destination Queenscliffea reality. Queenscliff. This is at Historical the heart of it and I Museum The Victorian Government has announced think the project is President Garya further $1.2 million for the project, which even more relevant Spry exchangesincludes the redevelopment of the Queenscliff now than when we started a hand shakeHistorical Museum, library and Visitor and a laughInformation Centre. - Gary Spry with Bellarine MP Lisa Neville The new funding, granted under the state’s “In terms of recognising what history’s all and MuseumCommunity Support Fund, takes to more than about - the fact that it gives you an opportunity committee$4 million the government’s pledged support. to have some continuity in your own life, to members. look back on the past and see what’s coming in It comes on top of $2.5 million - recently re- the future - it’s terribly important, not only to Bellarine MP Lisa Neville, who will chairdirected from the Borough of Queenscliffe's the local community but to all Australians,” Mr a hub community project control group,Destination Queenscliff Project - and $450,000 Spry said. stressed the new funding was not an electionalready provided through the Living Libraries commitment and not contingent on herFund. government being re-elected next month. Welcoming the announcement, Museum The allocation was enough to immediatelyPresident Gary Spry said the redevelopment commence initial design works, she said.would deliver a bigger facility to showcaseits many artefacts and improve research “Every conversation I’ve had about the thecapabilities. historical society and getting this Hub done has come with lots of passion from lots of different “It’s brought a smiles to the faces of all of our people. I do know how widely supported it is.people. We’re happy to know that after 14 longyears, since we first raised the issue of over- “The original project was more in the $3crowding, there’s finally a breakthrough,” he million but I think the aspirations, particularlysaid. for the Historical Society, are greater than that. But I think we can absolutely move forward “There’s a revitalised group of people now and lock down those designs.”running the museum who have a determinationto move into the future with interactive stuffthat will make our history relevant to a wholenew generation of Australians. “We regard this, the hub, as DestinationQueenscliff. This is at the heart of it and I thinkthe project is even more relevant now thanwhen we started.Film and discussion about Queenscliff Village Newsawareness, inclusion,support for the older 72 Hesse Street, Queenscliff 3225LGBTIQ Community. Phone: 5258 1828 Fax: 5258 5128 Email: [email protected] Dukakis and 2019 Calendars & Diaries now available!Brenda Fricker play a lesbian “An epic tale ofcouple who set out on a love and living life !road trip to Canada to to the fullest, withget married after Fricker’sgranddaughter puts her a rare focus onin a nursing home. the elderly queerAlong the way, they pick up community.”a hitchhiker.Ro AllenCommissioner for Gender and Sexuality will leada discussion about inclusion, awareness and the challenges for the older LGBTI community. Thursday 18 October 1.00 to 4.00 pm. Uniting Church, crn Hesse and Stokes Streets, Queenscliff.Movie at 1pm followed by refreshments. | Discussion from 3pm Donation of $5 appreciated. Information at: www.unitingqueenscliff.org.au Enquiries phone: Jan 5258 2854 The Rip October 2018 Page 14



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Jardine Homes Near miss sparks shipping safety fears Custom-built homes and Renovations Victoria's peak maritime investigation body, Port Phillip Sea Pilots’ 150 year monopoly and Maritime Safety Victoria (MSV) says it is too reduce costs.However, the Australasian Marine Will Gordon soon to comment on the possible cause of a Pilots Association (AMPA), which represents near-miss collision between two commercial pilots from across region, said the incident 0414 354 079 ships near Port Phillip heads. highlighted the potential for cost savings to [email protected] outweigh safety. www.jardinehomes.com.au The 200-metre car carrier, Tomar, reportedly came within seconds of striking a 260-metre “Pilots must be able to perform this roleLAKERENGINEERING cargo vessel offshore near Rosebud in the early without the distraction of commercial pressure. hours of August 12. The introduction of competition introduces the · Steel Fabricator unwanted elements of commercial pressures,” · Turning and Fitting Tomar, piloted by new industry player, the Association said. Australian Piloting Group (APG), is accused · Machining of travelling outside of its line in the shipping “There is no question that this incident had · Stainless Steel channel when it veered into the course of the the potential to be catastrophic.\" & Aluminium Melbourne-bound CPO Jacksonville - piloted by Port Phillip Sea Pilots. The Association also questioned the role of · Welding Transport Safety Victoria - MSV’s parent body · Steel Sales An investigation into the incident had only - in approving a new piloting service. just commenced and could take weeks to Tel (03) 5258 1777 complete, a MSV spokesperson said. “Improvements in safety cannily be achieved 0418 521 199 by a robust regulatory system that requires “Its quite complex and there’s a lot of work to services providers and pilots, to adopt world’s MECHANICAL REPAIRS be done, so it’s difficult to estimate,” she said. best practice for all aspects of pilotage, with consequences for non-compliance. Pt Lonsdale/Queenscliff One industry source told The Rip the Automotive Centre ships were mere seconds away from a major “Why is the independent regulator for (Steve Higgins) catastrophe. transport safety in Victoria being heavily Full Car Servicing influenced by an entity representing commercial All Mechanical Repairs “One of the vessels was a car carrier and a shipping interests,” it said. ramification was to have it sink in the South Fully Qualified Mechanic Channel. That could have included 3,000 tonnes MSV said it would publish a summary of the Air Conditioning of oil and potentially the Port of Melbourne investigation findings once complete. being shut for months,” the source said. Repairs & Services Pick Up Service Available The incident has exposed concerns about competitive pressures in the industry. (Local area only) APG commenced operations in February 46 Bellarine Highway, following a shipping industry push to break the Queenscliff From Page 4 PHONE: 5258 4668 0418 524 861 kiosk on existing businesses, on local heritage BCH CEO Shane Dawson. celebrates the and on the environment. organisation's new look with staff Council maintains Destination Queenscliff - New beginnings for which also includes a ship spotting platform, Bellarine Health improved Anzac Day service ameinities, new walking paths and landscaping - will improve Bellarine Community Health has officially the foreshore experience and attract more unveiled its new four-year Strategic Plan, with visitors. a pledge to put the community at the centre of its future decision-making. “I want to make sure that this project is strongly celebrated and endorsed by the The document, developed afte a year of community,” said Ms Henderson. “There’s community discussions, incorporates a new obviously been contention about the cabins and look, vision and mission statement for the the cafe… - and I have always had concerns organisation. about the cabins personally - but if they are going to go ahead they’ve obviously got to “This is the roadmap for the future,” said comply with all of the planning permits. BCH Board Chair Margaret Belfrage. “The addition of ‘for all people’ in our mission “People feel very passionately about their statement means that BCH is opening its doors community here and I want to make sure to everyone, both public and private clients, there’s consensus and positivity and I think aiming to meet primary health needs locally.” we’re getting there,” she said. Chief Executive Officer Shane Dawson said The State Government carries responsibility the new Plan recognised the organisation’s for granting coastal consent to the project. vital role in providing a broad range of Complicating the approval process is the contemporary health services to accommodate Borough’s outdated Coastal Management all ages and needs. Plan, which has not been revised, despite departmental recommendations, since 2006. “Bellarine Community Health recognises the way health services are delivered has Bellarine MP Lisa Neville said a call by Ms changed,” Mr Dawson said. “Services are client Henderson for her to indicate pre-emptive centred and clients will decide where and how support was a political stunt. they want their service provided and delivered at the right place at the right time. We have to “Coastal management consent will go be able to respond to that.” through the right processes but that includes community consultation, and of course that The Strategic Plan can be viewed at: www. Council has not done a Coastal Management bch.org.au Plan, as they’re required to, since 2006. That would have been of assistance is they’d done that.” The Rip October 2018 Page 18

Council vows to fight hotel plan Queenscliff councillors have vowed to The application argues the subdivision it is one of the first things you see as you comevigorously oppose plans to subdivide one of the “will have no impact on the conservation of around the bend there into King Street,” said Crborough’s landmark properties, Hotel Q. the heritage significance of the building as Tony Francis. all significant fabric is being retained within Owners of the 150 year old establishment one lot.” However, reports by the both the “I would hate to see this lost.- formerly known as The Royal Hotel - have borough’s senior planning and heritage officers “We don’t know what will happen in March,taken their application directly to VCAT, after said the plans contradicted key heritage but certainly this Council will put its bestCouncil failed to make a ruling within the and conservation planning controls and foot forward in relation to this proposal andprescribed 60 days. recommended the application be opposed. hopefully we get the best outcome. Hotel Q is regarded of historical significance The hearing is set down for March 5 next year. Councillors, at their September meeting, as one of a group of substantial resort hotels The proposal, to divide the King Street land unanimously opposed the application. erected in Queenscliff during the mid to lateinto two separate lots and create a new road Victorian era.access from Mercer Street, attracted eight “This is to me a critical matter for the town. Itobjections. is an iconic location and an iconic building andTHE RULES AND FORMATS HAVE CHANGED FOR POWERS OF ATTORNEY Think ahead and be proactive! If you or a loved one became mentally or physically incapable, e.g. by an accident, a stroke or dementia, who would you want to manage your affairs and look after your money? A trustee company or at total stranger appointed under the Guardianship and Administration Act or a family member and a person of your own choosing? The solution is simple – have an Enduring and a Medical Power of Attorney drawn by a professional. ITS QUICK, IT’S SIMPLE AND IT WORKS! BRUCE ARTHUR & ASSOCIATES - LAWYERS Deceased estates + conveyancing + Wills + Powers of Attorney Servicing the Bellarine and Melbourne 94311070 • 52584847 • 0402133455 The Rip October 2018 Page 19

Community input... again??! letters Costs need explaining Would be far more effective if the community Soula Mantalvanos, Resident and business To Borough CEO Lenny Jenner andwas gathering to vote for a solution. Isn't this owner Councillors,how council should facilitate these matters? Ifeel council is lacking in taking direction here, \"Please start listening!\"! As concerned residents we write in responsewe have been here many times before (and I to an article in The Rip (September edition),-haven't been here that long!). I wonder how our Council can continue to which among many alarming comments, refers be so out of touch with what those it represents to payments made to Hassell Studio Architects I believe council already has the information actually want? to prepare design concepts for an amountthey seek. Council members need to gather, of money being $800,000 plus of taxpayersdiscuss, clarify the ideas themselves and then The current discussion over Destination money!!proceed to present their best and most valuable Queenscliff is a case in point. I am not aideas to the community. These ideas should business owner but I am passionate about what After enquiry, we have been advised that thisbe reached by using the Council members' makes Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale special figure is indeed correct, which as an Architectcombined skill, knowledge of the local and I fear the constant push to attract more and with more than 40 years experience andcommunity and professional experience. more and more visitors will only come at the knowledge of the Royal Australian Institute of expense of what many of us hold dear. Architects Fee Scales, sounds exhorbitant - if As a community, we need to have this not outright shocking - for the services so farconfidence in our council. For me, one of the great disappointments of provided ie. Concept Designs. the current plan is not the cabins or the kiosk The community should only then be required - although I applaud those sections of the Hassells are a prominent Melbourne-to place their vote with the knowledge that community that have fought hard to rein in based firm, however the works involve singlesome of us will be happy with the outcome and their size and scale - but the plan to transform story accommodation units, a cafe/kiosk andsome of us may not be happy. Ideas drafted I the Bull Ring car park! surroundings, well within the capabilities andbelieve, should be considerate enough so that design skills of many local/regional architects.they have the ability of providing some value Being able to drive my car, no matter the How many firms were approached and whatfor all the community.  weather, right up to the edge of the cliff face - were the fee proposals provided by those firms? maybe with a coffee, or fish and chips or even In this instance, I believe, calling on the an ice-cream - and watch the ships and other We request confirmation of the Scope ofcommunity only causes friction between us all. activity in the heads is one of the many simple, Services so far provided by Hassells and aActually, it's not our job to drum up the ideas free pleasures Queenscliff has to offer. breakdown of their fees.and nor does most of the community have theexperience required to be able to do so – this The number of other cars parked alongside This information should be made publiclyactually is a critical process for our town. I am indicates I am not alone in this belief. Many of available to the community, many of whoma creative and a self employer and consider them are no doubt tourists, enjoying not having remain more than just concerned about themyself to have fair experience in business and to venture out into the cold! Council's management (or lack thereof) of suchdesign but urban planning, environment and projects and taxpayer funding.community planning, planning for innovation, Plans to create a large green verge,etc is very different. thus pushing cars much further back, are If Council continues to pursue Destination unnecessary and show a disregard for what Queenscliff, despite considerable Community Our council have the research, the reports \"locals\" want. The grassed area to the right of concerns, many many more funds will be(paid very heftily for I might add), and have the car park offers plenty of space for families required to be spent on the Architects makingheard our opinions, and between them should to congregate, as does Princess Park - just a few design modifications and providing fullbe able to draft and present ideas to present to hundred metres away. services through to completion of the works.the community. 40k better spent on the idea!Swift movement and less chatter is my point. Please start listening and stop destroying our Neil Radcliff/Jacqueline Keys - Radcliff treasured towns. Architecture. Name and address supplied. Public Notices Point Lonsdale Civic Association Inc. Fixer-upperers needed Queenscliffe Community Association Inc.& Combined Bellarine Community Associations Are you a bit of a tinkerer, with ability to repair bits and pieces? Then your skills are required for our community’s first Repair Café! MEET THE STATE CANDIDATES MEETING Our municipality’s Transition Towns initiative, together with the Queenscliff Men’s Shed, is hosting the event at the Neighbourhood House Friday, 12 October 2018 on Saturday October 6. It is an opportunity for residents to bring along an item that requires Point Lonsdale Primary School Hall, Bowen Road fixing and for those of you with skills - such as sewing, jewellery and 6.45pm for 7.00pm Start clock repairs and information technology – to lend a hand. Residents are invited to bring all sorts of broken items, apart from Presentations from candidates plus Q&A’s electrical goods. Tools and materials will also be available for people who would like to Participants – Seat of Bellarine (MLA): have a go at ‘do-it-yourself’ repairs, with Repair Café specialists on hand to provide advice and guidance. The Honourable Lisa Neville MP (Labor)- Sitting Member for Bellarine “The Repair Café idea is a concept that aligns perfectly with Council’s Brian McKiterick (Liberal) - Candidate for Bellarine commitment to environmental sustainability and community wellbeing,” said Mayor, Susan Salter. “I encourage the handy people in our community Naomi Adams Animal (Justice Party) - Candidate for Bellarine to volunteer their services.” Rachel Semmens (Greens) - Candidate for Bellarine The project’s aim is to tackle our throw-away culture by creating new community connections, reducing the amount of waste being sent to Participants – Western Victoria Region (MLC): landfill, minimising CO2 emissions and saving money. To volunteer as a Repair Café specialist, contact Brooke Connor,The Honourable Gayle Tierney MP (Labor) - sitting member for Western Victoria Transition Towns Borough of Queenscliffe Coordinator, on 0422 705 768. Joshua Morris (Liberal) - sitting member for Western Victoria Tim Gooden (Victorian Socialists Party) – Candidate for Western Victoria Your chance to ask about a range of State and local issues! All welcome to this meeting jointly arranged by: The Rip October 2018 Page 20

POINT LONSDALE significant assets are one of the last parcels left from its own land can be used for the benefit ofCIVIC ASSOCIATION in the Borough and their sale is being discussed its residents. (Income from crown land must beNEWS at Council again! spent on improving crown land)Business needs vision I am told by a reliable source the current A question that should be asked of council isand support! value of the eight blocks is estimated at $18 - why the Golightly Caravan Park facilities have $24 million. Cr Tony Frances indicated a similar been so neglected? The numbers show there is no reason to sell sum in his statement.Council owned land at Golightly! We are told every penny is important yet Why sell them? our tourist parks are left to fall into disrepair. The sale of the three blocks of Borough Council past consideration of selling the land The income from User Fees (I assume most ofowned land at the Golightly Caravan Park and parking the capital in the bank is a little this is park income) in the Council Budget yearwas an option that received only eight per cent like putting a pension nest egg in the bank and 2017/18 is almost $2 million.support from the public consultation process living off the interest. Over time the income canfor the Caravan Park Study. These are Councils buy less and less due to inflation on prices. The Sixty sites at the Golightly Park. Half or 30own numbers reported at the 23 August way to avoid this loss of buying power is to put sites were permanently let at around $8000 perCouncil Meeting. The use of the funds from this the equivalent amount of inflation back into site. ($240,000 income) If the casual sites didproposal was unclear as the planning financials the account to maintain the value. Inflation is as well (+$240,000) a total of $480,000 could bewere never released. What was clear was there said to be increasing from 2.25 to 2.5 per cent by earned for residents.would be a loss of 32 income-generating sites 2020. This means of our 3.5 per cent earned, lessat the park. 2.5 per cent inflation, leaves us with less than 1 Add to this a growth in value of the unsold per cent after costs. If we had $20 million in the blocks of 5 per cent (modest) on $20 million = A little history: bank, one per cent = only $200,000. $1,000,000 additional equity added for residents The blocks continue to come under threat. There is more income in renting the site to assets. That’s a total $1.48 million of income andThey were bought in or around 1962 from the visitors! capital growth every year in perpetuity.Commonwealth. There is an argument as to There are over 60 sites at Golightly Park.whether they were sold cheaply to Council due Income from the 30 permanent sites ($8000 Until now I have omitted rate income fromto an agreement that the land be was used for X 30 = $240,000) generates more income now. the land if it is sold. At a value of $3 millioncoastal recreation or similar activity. Be that as We still have 30 more sites and we still own the per allotment they would generate only $6682it may, the land now has appreciated in value. land which continues to go up in value! general rates plus waste charges per lot. This I am advised there was a proposal to sell Council could use the argument of rate is less than the fees charged for one permanentthe land in 2002/2003 and lodge the proceeds capping.The state government has placed a caravan on one site. There are over 60 sitesinto an account, generating income to help cap on rate rises of 2.25 per cent - 2.5 per cent compared to eight allotments. This is no riverfund Council. To its credit Council rejected the across all councils. The BOQ, along with a of gold either.proposal. small number of other councils applied for an Discussions along similar lines took place exemption but it was denied. It must also be said there are many residentsdue to budget issues in 2011/12. A “Strategic Council is still able to raise some fees and in the borough who have a philosophicalReview of Council Operated Parks” was called special charges which it has done, plus if it opposition to the sale of publicly-ownedand completed in 2013 by leisure consultants reduces costs there is an “efficiency bonus” and used coastal land to private buyers andSGL. There was little action on this and no sale available to it. developers.of land. A loss of revenue in the first year if council Councillor Tony Francis raised the sale of all made no savings would be around $140,000 or Is Council fair dinkum about attractingeight blocks of land at the August 23rd meeting 2 per cent of rate revenue ($7m). It should be visitors?(I cannot find his considerable statement in the noted a small 1.2 per cen saving in Councilsminutes) but there were a large number in the costs of $11 million would see zero loss. Council has on many occasions told us theypublic gallery. The press was also present. To Council’s rate income goes up as property have strong links to government and grantshis credit he did say the land most probably values increase anyway! are plentiful if the argument is sound andwould not be sold in his lifetime. These Rates are calculated as a percentage of compelling. property prices. Property prices in the Borough have risen so rates to Council go up and in most A renovation of Golightly Park facilities cases faster than inflation. would attract holiday makers and permanents What does the above mean for the residents? alike. A low cost holiday for Victorians has been Importantly income generated by council a mainstay of businesses in the Borough for many generations. There would be 60+ families spending money in the borough not just eight. Using Council owned land for the caravan park provides certainty to income for council, business and help residents keep their costs down without losing their assets forever. Holding onto our assets seems the best way to do that.The Mighty Pies! • If you’re riding a bike, dismount and Another huge mistake that people make is to walk until you’ve passed through the approach baby magpies that are on the ground.GREEN SPEAK magpie’s territory. They are less likely to These baby birds spend around two weeks on swoop if you are walking. the ground once they leave the nest and are stillby Brooke Connor learning to fly. The parents are still caring for the It must be spring judging by the number of • Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes. baby and will be close by. If you do approach • Wear a wide-brimmed hat to protect the baby, the parents are likely to swoop.cyclists getting around with cable ties attachedto their helmets to ward off swooping magpies. your head. All of our wildlife, including magpies, are • If you are being swooped, watch the protected under the State Wildlife Legislation Most animals, including us, have a strong (Nature Conservation Act 1992). It is against theinnate need to protect their young. Magpies are magpie. They are less likely to swoop if law to kill these birds, relocate them, destroyno different and the males swoop in an attempt you’re looking at them. their nests, collect their eggs, or harm theirto protect their eggs and chicks from harm. • Take along a small treat (like some young. If you see someone harming wildlife, mince) to offer to the bird. If he sees please contact me on 0422 705 768. If you can, The best way to avoid being swooped by a that you as a food source, he will come also take down a vehicle registration number asmagpie is not to go near their nests in the first to see you as a friend. Scientific studies this can also lead to a prosecution.place. If you are swopped once, take a wide have proven that magpies are able toberth for a few weeks and let the Borough of recognise and remember human faces We are fortunate to be able to live alongsideQueenscliff know so that they can erect a sign so this behaviour towards you should these beautiful birds. If we can compromise forletting other people know that magpies are be ongoing. a few short weeks of the year while they raisenesting in the area. It is important to remember not to throw their babies, we ensure that we will continue to things or wave your arms; this will only hear that happy warbling resonating from our If an alternative route is not possible, try provoke them and make them more defensive gardens and parks.these methods; next time. And remember, they never forget a face. The Rip October 2018 Page 21









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Borough Bulletin October 2018Cr Salter, Mayor, Borough of Queenscliffe caricatures, will also be on display in the on Saturday 6 October 2018 from 10:00am Queenscliff Library from Friday 5 October until 12:00 noon.Congratulations Season until Saturday 27 October.2018 Premiers Council encourages handy people in our Damage to beach access ramp community to volunteer their services atCouncil congratulates the Queenscliff the Repair Café. If you would like to findFootball Netball Club’s Under 17 Girls Netball You may have noticed that the concrete out more, please contact Brooke Connor,Team, Under 15 Boys Football Team and beach access ramp immediately below the Transition Towns Borough of QueenscliffeUnder 17 Boys Football Team on their recent Point Lonsdale shopping strip has been Coordinator, on 0422 705 768.Premiership victories. It is marvellous to damaged. The damage occurred during asee our young people enjoying such well- recent large sea swell, which caused sections Protect yourself duringdeserved success and celebrate with them. of the access ramp to crack and break. grass pollen seasonMany of you will have seen the Avenue ofHonour trees decorated in red, white and Because the sea wall and associated Council reminds everybody, particularlyblue to mark these achievements. infrastructure is managed by the State those of you who suffer from hay fever or Government, Council has contacted the asthma, to talk to your doctor about whatWell done to all the QFNC teams, and to the Department of Environment, Land, Water you can do to help protect yourself from theadministrators and volunteers who put in and Planning (DELWP) to report the damage. risk of thunderstorm asthma during grassmany hours behind the scenes to support the pollen season, which begins in October andplayers, organise training, run the canteen Following their assessment and determination runs until the end of December.and take care of all the other large and small of cost to repair the wall, DELWP will providetasks that go into the management of a advice regarding timing of works. During grass pollen season, the chance ofsuccessful season. Go Coutas! developing thunderstorm asthma increases. Council is working with DELWP to undertake For people with asthma or hay fever,Ron Tandberg Artist Board the repairs as soon as practicable. In the especially those who experience wheezing or meantime, a barrier has been erected to coughing with their hay fever, thunderstormCouncil is very proud to host the launch of prevent pedestrian access to the affected asthma can be sudden, serious and lifea new Artist Board honouring the work of section of the ramp. People are asked to be threatening. Please visit www.betterhealth.cartoonist and illustrator Ron Tandberg. careful in this area and use another access vic.gov.au/thunderstormasthma for more path to the beach. information and advice about managingThe launch will take place at 11:00am on the risks of thunderstorm asthma, and referSunday 21 October 2018 at the Ferry to Transition Towns to the thunderstorm asthma forecastingPier boardwalk, between the Queenscliff system, www.emergency.vic.gov.au/Harbour and the Queenscliff Pier. Everyone Transition Towns Borough of Queenscliffe, in prepare/#thunderstorm-asthma-forecast,in the community is invited, and we hope association with the Queenscliff and District to help prepare for high-risk days.that you will join us in the Queenscliff Men’s Shed, is inviting people with specialistPavilion for tea, coffee and biscuits skills such as sewing, mending, jewellery, October Communityafterwards. clock repairs, and information technology, to Listening Post donate their time and capabilities at the firstRon Tandberg was a much-loved and Queenscliff Repair Café event. Our next Community Listening Post will beadmired member of our community and held on Tuesday 23 October from 6:30pmhis work made a huge contribution to our A Repair Café is an event where specialist until 7:30pm in the Uniting Church Bay Roomnation’s culture. An exhibition of Ron’s volunteers endeavour to fix broken at the corner of Hesse Street and Stokeswork, including a series of short videos of items for the cost of parts and a small Street, Queenscliff. Please join us to shareRon discussing the creation of his famous donation. The Transition Towns Borough your ideas and feedback with Councillors. of Queenscliffe Repair Café will be held at the Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House For more information Next Council Meeting Visit www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au or contact the Borough of The next Ordinary Meeting of Council Queenscliffe on 5258 1377. will be held on Thursday 25 October 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 October 2018 Page 27

Fest announcesfinal line-up Purchase your tickets or risk losing out! Birds ready to fly Tanberg Art trail honour That is the message from Queenscliff MusicFestival organisers, with the event on track for One thousand hand-made Dovers are ready The talents of revered cartoonist and formeryet another sell out. to take flight this coming Melbourne Cup Day Queenscliff resident Ron Tanberg will be The fourth and final line up for the three days long weekend. showcased with the addition of a new artisthas been released, featuring four  high-profile board to the municipality’s Arts Trail.comedians and a bevy of Australian artists The paper birds are the creation of Pointand kids entertainers. Lonsdale-based artist Chris Gould and will The Board, to be launched on Sunday 21 Tom Ballard, Anne Edmonds, Corey White be available for sale from her home-based October, will be placed on the boardwalkand Danielle Walker will join the QMF workshop at 16 Buckleys Road. stretching between the Queenscliff ferryComedy Show, while a number of local acts terminal and pier.will make their fest debut, including electro- Chris, a former teacher and art therapist,folk musician  Forever Son, Triple J Unearthed makes the doves from patterned craft paper for “Ron Tandberg was a much-loved anddarling  Nancie Schipper,  folk blues duo  Jack charity. They are sold in packs of five, strung admired member of our community,” saidThe Fox, songwriting sisters The Sideshow together and ready to be hung. Mayor Susan Salter.Brides, alt-country troubadour Nathan Seeckts,Geelong rockers The Kite Machine, and George “This is the third year I have got 1,000 dog “His work made a huge contribution to ourWilson's musical alter-ego Pollyman. es ready to sell for charity,” she says. “The last nation’s culture.” Singer-songwriters Tom Richardson and two years I have completely sold out… peopleHeath Robertson will return next month, along are starting to send them instead of Christmas The Arts Trail runs between Queenscliff andwith unique yoga workshop Yoga Loves Music. cards it seems. Point Lonsdale and celebrates the works of Teeny Tiny Stevies will be spearheading artists and photographers who have visitedthe  kids program, with help from friends The “I am now known by one of my charities as and captured the local landscape.Mik Maks and kids comedian Nicholas the ‘Bird Woman of Point Lonsdale’, so I guessRidiculous. I should be tweeting.” An exhibition of Mr Tanberg’s work, Tickets for the November 23-25 event are including a series of short videos of himmore than 90 per cent sold, according to director Packs of doves cost $5 and can be purchased, discussing the creation of his famous caricatures,Andrew Orvis. along with other artworks, between 11am and will be on display in the Queenscliff Library \"We’re on track for another sell out this year. 2pm daily between Saturday 3rd and Sunday from Friday 5th until Saturday 27th October.I’d certainly encourage locals to grab their 5th of November.tickets soon before they’re either sold out, orthe final price increase hits on November 1st.” THE BOOKSHOP The Queenscliffe Literary Festival hasAT QUEENSCLIFF some excellent news!! IS MOVING The QLF is very proud to announce that it is the recipient of a Triennial Sponsorship from the Borough of Queenscliff for $15,000 which has allowed the committee to employ a Paid Programmer for 2019-21. This is a huge boost of confidence for the festival, and a wonderful new stage in ensuring the longevity of the festival, which until now, has been totally voluntary with a total of 2000 hrs for all those involved. The new Programmer is Jane Finemore, a highly experienced publicist and freelancer, with strong ties in the publishing industry and on the Bellarine Peninsula. Jane’s passion is the written word and she has a strong belief in community engagement. Alice Barker, co-founder, Vice President, and a major driving force behind the festival, particularly in Programming and Governance, has retired to resume her career as a full time freelance editor. She leaves a wonderful legacy, and her spirit remains very much at the heart of the festival. Alice instigated the FREE KIDS DAY for all the children of the Borough -from Day Care and Kindergarten to Year 6 - a strong program that has far-reaching benefits within the community beyond the classroom and has received recognition and support from Deakin University, with whom the festival has increasing engagement. We are extremely thrilled to announce that Lorna Downey, the current Volunteer Coordinator, has stepped up to the role of Vice President. Lorna is a highly skilled communicator, Project Manager, and dedicated member of the QLF committee. We also warmly welcome new Community Advisory members Jacinta Farrugia, Ben Talbot Dunn, Matthia Dempsey and Marg Bowman. We look forward to bringing you another wonderful program during May 2019. Marylou Gilbert President, Queenscliffe Literary Festival The Rip October 2018 Page 28

artsArtists prepare to open their doors Upwards of 20 artists from Queenscliff and his Queenscliff studio to visitors, displaying Artist Soula Mantalvanos has prepared newPoint Lonsdale will showcase their talents over sculptures in wood and bronze created in his works for the Bellarine Arts Trailthe Melbourne Cup long weekend as part of the Italian studio - where he spends six months ofannual Bellarine Arts Trail. the year. Rod will also exhibit at the Queenscliff Council Hall his Empire Day group sculpture of The popular two day event will include a 1981, first shown at the Adelaide Festival.total of 33 galleries and venues and more than75 artists from across the Bellarine. Tussock Upstairs Gallery will host November Spaces 18 – paintings, prints, jewellery and Hosted by the Barwon Heads Arts Council, ceramics by local and regional artists, S a l tthe Trail gives visitors an opportunity to met Gallery will be holding an exhibition titledand talk to the people who make our local art Creatures Great and Small and Soula Mantalvanosscene vibrant, in some cases, in the very space will open her personal Queenscliff Gallery andthey work from. Workshop studio, welcoming conversations about latest works. A highlight this year is the inclusion of worldrenowned sculptor Rod Dudley, who will open Locus (Imaginary) Exhibition continues until Oct 14 Locus (Distinct) Featuring Sir Arthur Streeton etchings Exhibition dates: Oct 18 – Nov 25 Join us for the offficial opening Oct 21, 3pm Exhibiting artists: Warren Cooke, Philip Davey, Carolyn Hawkins, Damon Kowarsky, Emmy Mavroidis, David Moore, James Pasakos, Stephen Tester, Wayne Viney and Susan Wald. QG&W WORKSHOPS Seeking creative development? Or do you feel like trying something new but think you’re not creative? Come in to the gallery and talk to us... we have a few ideas for you! Doge’s Palace, Venice Sir Arthur Streeton etching. Posthumously printed at QG&W.81 Hesse Street Queenscliff | closed Tue | [email protected]|03 4202 0942 qgw.com.au The Rip October 2018 Page 29

artsA dog of a day! Photography on show new members to join and it would be lovely to An entire day is see locals from Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff. being set aside in The works of some of best local photographers There are sure to be lots of images from our localOctober to focus on will be on show, when the Bellarine Camera area,” said event spokesperson Robyn Curtis.the care of pets and Club hosts its seventh annual Photographicthe role they play in Exhibition this month. The Exhibition will be held at the Springdaleour lives. Neighbourhood Centre, Drysdale on Saturday The group, established in 2012, boasts 40 and Sunday, October 13th and 14th. Entry is $2 The Queenscliff members including photographers from Point (free for children under 12) and several piecesUniting Church’s Lonsdale. Their works cover a range of subjects, will be available for sale.Fauna Fest on from portraits to landscapes.Sunday October 14 Exhibition and membership information iswill incorporate the “The Exhibition is a great way to encourage available on the Bellarine Camera Club websiteannual Blessing of and Facebook page.Pets, Dog Parade,stalls, face painting, Annualkids activities and Photographica presentation byguest speaker Vanda ExhibitionIwanowski - founder of Geelong Delta Therapy 2018Dogs. Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th October “Vanda has wonderful stories to share about 10am - 4pmhow she became involved with therapy dogs,and her work with this heartwarming program Bellarine Camera Clubthat brings the joys of animal companionshipto those who need it most in hospitals and care SpringDale Neighbourhood Centre, 17 High Street, Drysdalefacilities,” said event spokesperson Jan Hodge. - Meet the photographers - Awards will be presented across a number of - Some images available for purchase (cash sales only) -categories, including best dressed, best behavedand the dog that looks most like its owner. Entry $2 (Children under 12 free) A Dog Chorus - with pets encouraged to singalong with humans - will be another highlightof the day. The day begins at 10am. The DogParade will take place at 11.30.Pictured: Vanda Iwanowski with therapy dogScooby Tussock Upstairs Gallery Tussock Upstairs G 89 Point Lonsdale Road Point Lonsdale 89 Point Lonsdale Road Poin www.tussockupstairs.com.au www.tussockupstairs.com [email protected] Spring is in the a …[email protected]'PAostionckOtroCLomToOenxBhsiEbidtRioanFwlEeitSh T&a d1ifM8fereoncree' Queenscli e Community Mark'Oet cistcoablliengr!Fest 18Open3irndg dFreinbkrsu-aSraytu-rd2a5yt6hthFOecbtorbuearr3y-5pm A stockroom exhibition with a dif Exhibition dates: October 6th - 28th Looking for high quality goods, greOatpaetmnoisnpghedreri,nlikvesb-aSnda, tcuurlidnaaryy 6th Octo delights, or a place to relax and unwind?Purchase an artwork by one of the following artists and then select a free print to go with it The Market is the place for you... providing anEoxphpoibrtiutnioitynfodrasttaellsho:ld6etrhs t-o 28th Oc Sue Cumming, Janet Goldman, Michael Ryan, offer their unique, handPmuadrechorahsoemea-gnroawrntwgooordks. by one of the fol Bevan Shepherd, Paul Waycott The Market continues to souarcnedcrethateivne tsaleelnet.ct a free print to go Since its establishment in 1979 it has been run by superb voluntary efforts, +Open each weekend groeunpesr,goyrgaanndissaktililoannsdahnadspadrnoodjnewacttiesdSde-robucveoeenmre$Cfmit7tui5unn0gBimt,y0t.he0me0vBtaiononvrgoaur,SigoJhuhasoefcnpQoemuhtemeeGunrnsdoicty,llidfPfemaualnW, MaMichael Ryan Bevan Shepherd ff The Market is held the last Sunday of the month September-May, 9am-2pm 10.00am - 5pm at Lower Princess Park in Queenscliff. The November market is held at the Queenscliff Railway Station, an opportunity to soak up the atmosphere of the Bevan Shepherd Bevan Shepherd Whatever you are Queenscliff Music Festival. not disappoint. ComMeaybe ?‘Point Lonsdale Walk’ 18 ‘The Room’ 82 looking for, we’re sure a visit will along and join in the coastal and creative market vibe... Bevan SThehpheerRd -ip'PoOintcLtoonbsdearle2W0a1lk'818 Page 30 Bevan S

artsFarnham concert to be finalised • Custom Framing of Artworks, Prints, Posters, Memorabilia, Photographs, 3D Objects, Textiles Details of a concert, featuring heavyweight Australian performersJohn Farnham, Darryl Braithwaite, Ros Wilson and Jack Jones are still • Canvas stretching and framingbeing finalised, according to the Borough of Queenscliffe. • Photos printed to canvas and stretched • Conservation framing The Council has given approval for Zaccaria Concert to host the one- • Framing repairsday event in Princess Park on March 16, however the company is yet topromote or offer up tickets. 239 Point Lonsdale Road Point Lonsdale A Council spokesperson said the concert would go ahead “subject to 0439 563 355the event application satisfactorily meeting the requirements of Council’sevent application permit process. “The application process is underway but yet to be finalised,” she said. The promoters were given the green light on the proviso it pay a$10,000 fee, with an up-front $5,000 bond. The event is set to attract a crowd of more than6,000 concert-goers. withIwantja Tjukitji (Iwantja Soakage) - Julie Yaltjitja Salt Contemporary ArtGus Leunig & He Sun Sep 15, 2.30pm: Opening drinks with the artist invites youExtohibition concludeOs:nOSctu6nday March 11, 3pm My CountrySun Sept 15, 11amEx- 1hpimbition to be opened $60pp (materials and morning tea inc.) Limited places, An exhibition of art from thbroooukginhgsoeustsAenuStsiuatnlr.adlaiay March 19, 2pm: in-con Curated byHMigchCTuelaloacnhd&[email protected] SLaelut nig RSVP: Marc 62,.33S0pupmnm:S:CTeuhprea8tco,or$2u’s5-n4i5ntprptimrepos,,dboauofcsoAtpikboeinoncgri&aisgl oibanpyfEateelSxnarenhirntpoigitboll4nduitsrgiitnoruakantseraddnateteeds: Saturday October March 9 Sunday October 14, 0333E-t53ax25lhk5hi8bbei3syts9ioSe8un8sstdareaneteMt qsc:uCOeeucnltlsooccblihfefrO5A-2M8 w/S3wa3wlt-..C3sao5lnt-htaeermts.5cpsoo2emr5as.8ratyru.e3Ae9rtt8q8ueenscliff www.salt-art.com.auFront image: Helga Leunig, The Morning After, photograph on archival paper, ed of 5, 59x84cm Back image: Gus Leunig, Home, acrylic on canvas, 102x76cm Seaview Gallery queenscliffGallery CIRCLE OF CALMnt Lonsdalem.au om.au 8' fference ober 3-5pm ctober llowing artists o with itMichael Ryan aycottShepherd - 'The Room' 82 contemporary - traditional - glass - jewellery 86 Hesse St Queenscli 3225 - 5258 3645 [email protected] - email: [email protected] The Rip October 2018 Page 31

sportHugs and tears as girld win premiershipPictured from back left; Ruby McEwan, coach Josie Maher, Kaitlin Gladman, Milly O'Shea, IndieNicholson, Sophie Clifton, front; Maddy Antonac, Ash Bohan, Mahli Nicholson, Mia Stephens andTiffany Stephens.NETBALL – Queenscliff’s U/17 netballers kept intercept by Defender Millie O’Shea broke theirtheir nerve to the final siren, to clinch last month’s momentum. The turn-over resulted in two quickBellarine League Division One Grand Final Couta goals.against a fast-finishing Barwon Heads. The final score was 33-30. After a goal-for-goal first quarter, the Coutas Kaitlin Gladman, with an almost faultless 28-opened up a four-goal buffer heading into the goal shooting performance, was named Player offinal quarter. The Seagulls drew within one goal in the Match.the dying minutes of the game before a stunning Helpfu HJuniors shine at BellsSURFING - The Point Lonsdale Board Riders Championships draw a crowdClub has scored a third placing in the VictorianTeam’s Title, held at Bells Beach last month. GOLF - Competitors in Lonsdale Golf Club's Michael Rainey securing C-Grade Gross and annual Open Week Men's Championship Nett. Coached by Andrew Blizzard, the junior battled rain, hail and driving winds to completeteam, of Lucy Naylor, Taane Mitchell, Finn the 18-hole course. The Women's Open Championship was wonZanoni and Jasper Blair, impressed in the small by Kerryn Biddle, Sally Kennedy and Kath Kerr.swell. Anthony Giacotto managed the elemnts best, winning the A grade Gross and Nett divisions. Pictured: Top left, women's Open Torquay proved too strong on the day, Championship winner Kerryn Biddle receiveswinning on 34.64 points, ahead of 13th Beach Jeff Nicholson took out the B-Grade gross her award. Right, Br-Grade men's gross winner(26.11) with Point Lonsdale third on 18.80. prize, Chris Roberts won B-Grade nett, with Jeff Nicholson. The Rip October 2018 Page 32







NATIONAL RECYCLING WEEK 12 TO 16 NOVEMBER 2018Drop these unwanted items into the Items acceptedQueenscliff Town Hall for recycling from Polystyrene packaging – non-commercial quantities9:00am to 4:00pm Mobile phones, batteries and chargersMonday, 12 November to Fluorescent light tubes andFriday, 16 November, 2018 compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) Household batteries – sizes AAA, AA,The Borough of Queenscliffe is a proud supporter of National Recycling Week C, D, 6 volt, 9 volt and button Toothbrushes, empty toothpaste tubes and dental floss containers These items cannot be recycled through your kerbside recycling bin. 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 Telephone: 03 5258 1377 | Fax: 03 5258 3315 | www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au Gas Fitting & Roofing Specializing in 0404 163 609 Kitchens, Wardrobes, Vanities,NOW ACCEPTING EFTPOS & MAJOR CREDIT CARDS [email protected] Wall & Entertainment Units, For all your Plumbing needs Furniture, Domestic CommercialMob: 0408 037 686 Flat Pack Assembly and Installation and much more. Industrial E: [email protected] Lic. 40157 0417 168 537 Registered Electrical Contractor 23229Complete Home Maintenance Lisa Neville MP “DELIVERING for the EXTENSIVE HANDYMAN SERVICE Member for Bellarine BELLARINE” from dripping taps to at packs Tel: 5250 1987 NO JOB TOO SMALL! [email protected] Tim Aston Shop G066, Gateway Plaza 641-659 Bellarine Highway, Your Tradie on Tap Leopold 3224 0403323670 Authorised by Lisa Neville MP - Funded from Parliament Electorate Office and Communications Fast response times The Rip October 2018 Page 36 [email protected] Servicing Geelong, Surf Coast, the Bellarine and beyond...

Victorian Seniors Festival October 2018Get involved in the Victorian Seniors Festival activities in the Borough.Highlights include: Other activitiesBus trip to Skipton to visit the heritage Music of the Borough, • An extensive range of free healthlisted homestead ‘Mooramong’ Part 2 and wellbeing workshops hosted by Bellarine Community HealthJoin us for the opportunity to visit this art The Queenscliff Museumsdeco inspired homestead complete with have combined to provide an • Stories of Point Lonsdalecuriosities and objects from the 1930s, afternoon of stories of music including afternoon tea at the40s and 50s. from the 1950s and 60s. Point Lonsdale Guest HouseThis fun day out is complete with a tour Enjoy an afternoon of • “Queenscliff: The Harbour Story”of the homestead and garden with reminiscing at the Queenscliff book launchlunch provided. Brewhouse. • Dairy of an Outback Woman aTuesday 30 October Saturday 13 October 3.00pm musical theatre production$25.00 $10.00 • Queenscliffe History WeekBookings essential: 5258 1377 Bookings: 5258 2511 6 – 14 October Visit the website or contact Customer Service for further information. 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93) Queenscliff VIC 3225 Telephone: 03 5258 1377 www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au“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 Valuer Buying or selling a home is a major event in anyone’s life so it makes sense to Queenscli use the most experienced professional in the field at such an important time. Neil 64 Hesse Street is the most experienced real estate practitioner permanently located within the Borough of Queenscliffe. 5258 4100 He has built an outstanding reputation over more than twenty years in the local Kerleys offices also area for his professionalism and singular concern for his vendor’s interests, his at Point Lonsdale honesty and integrity and his depth of knowledge in all things real estate. and Ocean Grove He is a Fellow of the Real Estate Institute of Australia and the Australian Property www.kerleys.com.au Institute, Past President and Director of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria and an REIV Accredited Auctioneer and Sworn Valuer. If you are in the market to buy or sell or require valuation or consultancy advice regarding the local market or real estate generally then give Neil a call on 0419 583 633 or email him at [email protected] The Rip October 2018 Page 37

Business BitsGet ready to toast our coast Wine Geelong’s annual Toast to the Coast It's market time again! Spoilt for Melbourne Cupfestival is happening over the Melbourne Cup Day Options!Day long weekend, with wineries across our The Queenscliff Market is up and runningregion throwing open their doors. Among them after its winter break for another season, There’s no need to head to Flemington thisis Leura Park Estate which will be offering up promising a mix of old and new arts, fresh coming Melbourne Cup Day, with a range ofa premium stable of award winning wines and foods and plant stalls. activities planned locally.new releases for tasting.   The entirely volunteer run monthly event is The Jack Rabbit Vineyard will be celebrating Finesse Wines, Jack Rabbit Vineyard and Yes celebrating its 39th year as a major drawcard the race that stops a nation with its 9th annualsaid the Seal will be joining in the fun, while for the town. In that time it has donated more Melbourne Cup Culinary Carnival.  Dress toFlying Brick Cider Co will also be onsite than $750,000 towards a range of community impress, delight in the spectacular bay views,showcasing their range of naturally crafted organisations and events. savour premium wines and food and have aciders.  flutter in the sweeps as the spirit of Flemington It is held on the last Sunday of each month in comes alive.  Prizes will be given for Best Hat Patrons can also embrace the ‘Frose’ frenzy Lower Princess Park. and Fashions on the Field.launched in 2016 and be tempted by a frozenMoscato Mojito or Cosmopolitan. The November market is held at the Flying Brick Cider House will be offering Queenscliff Railway station - to coincides with a complimentary glass on arrival for lunch Legendary local cover band Test Pilot Molly Queenscliff Music Festival activities goers. The event will feature a giant screen,will rock Toasters both days between 12 noon sweepstakes and Fashion on the Field awardsand 5.00pm. David Wilkinson Builders Meanwhile, 360Q has Oaks Day covered, Wildings Pantry Essentials will also be onsite with a charity lunch on Thursday November 8conducting tastings and sales of their preserves, New Homes Renovations Extensions to raise funds for the Ocean Grove VIEW Clubrelishes and other artisan produce. Phone: 0438 258324 - helping disadvantaged children via the Smith Family.  Tickets and more information via www. Email: [email protected] Who doesn’t love a good Sunday brunch? Searoad Ferries is launching a new indulgent high tea experience, with a brunch-style twist, aboard both the Queenscliff and Sorrento Ferries. The two-tiered spread runs every Sunday, departing at11am. Head chef Brent Love has developed a menu of breakfast favourites such as assorted pastries and quiches and traditional high tea staples of finger sandwiches and scones.Guests also have the choice of a Sunday morning welcome drink of local bubbles, wine or beer supplied from both sides of the bay. 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 October 2018 Page 38

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