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28 Bayview Drive, Cowes
A large family home awaits!
Set over a single level, with 3 bedrooms,
two living areas and a well established
garden, a very comfortable home awaits.
Available in late January, inspections are
by appointment only.
Price $320 per week
18 Anglers Road, Sunderland Bay
Large 3 bedroom home
This 3 bedroom, brick veneer home is
located within easy reach of all that the
Island has to offer. Only a few minute’s
walk to the ocean beach, and a short drive
to Cowes & the bay beaches. Currently
tenanted, all inspections are strictly by ap-
Price $370 per week
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes
FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE
3/4 Highland Avenue, Cowes
Lots of natural light
Super cute unit situated at rear of a small
block of three, complete privacy, bright
and light property, open plan, sun filled
lounge, dining and kitchen, split system
heating/cooling, polished floors, large
north facing courtyard, 2 car spaces, fully
Price $220 per week
Contact the holiday
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes 5952 3922
Where outstanding service and care
of your property is guaranteed
Phillip Island RSL 2016
Nominations are invited from members of the
San Remo/Phillip Island community who have
demonstrated true ANZAC Spirit by extending a
hand beyond the ordinary in helping others
Application forms available at
DeClutter & Organize
Need help sorting what to keep? What to throw out?
Selling, buying, moving, renting or just finishing touches
Sources products and services, arranges properties for
holidays, renovations or selling, organises offices,
houses, garages or cupboards!
Call Jane 0456 166 594
PROOF TO JANE
Cowes Cancer Support Group
Next meeting: Sunday, February 7,
1pm - 4pm, Cowes Cultural Centre
We offer information, fellowship, friendship and
support for people diagnosed with cancer -
survivors, carers and supporters.
If you, or someone you love is affected by cancer,
call the Cancer Helpline 13 11 20.
Contact Joy 5952 2263 ah, Nola 5952 1625
or Jean 5952 2149.
Bass Coast Shire Council, 76 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi VIC 3995 | DX 34903
Wonthaggi | PO Box 118, Wonthaggi VIC 3995 | 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or
(03) 5671 2211 | email@example.com | www.basscoast.vic.gov.au
Tender No 16001 – Portable Ofce
Building for Sale
Council intends to sell a portable ofce building,
approximately 12 metres by 9 metres, by public
tender. The portable includes kitchenette, toilet and
shower. Tenderers are responsible for the removal of
the building and disconnection of all services.
Tender documents can be downloaded from
basscoast.vic.gov.au free of charge. Hardcopy
documents are available by contacting Lisa Pettinella
on (03) 5671 2241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tenders open at 9.00am on Tuesday, 12 January 2016
and will close at 2.00pm on Tuesday, 9 February 2016.
Shipping in the bay
THE steel carrier, Furness Southern Cross, which
arrived in Western Port from Port Kembla yesterday
(Tuesday) will sail for the West Coast, USA on Febru-
Bouganville, an LPG tanker, also arrived in the bay
yesterday, from Lyttleton (NZ), and will depart on Feb-
ruary 29, bound for Labasa (Fiji).
The unleaded petrol/diesel tanker World Navigator
will arrive from Botany on February 5 and depart for
New Plymouth (NZ) the following day.
New leadership for Friends of Koalas
Following the recent Friends of the Koalas AGM,
those present proceeded outdoors to watch content-
ed koalas and observe some of the many bird spe-
cies from one of the walkways that meander through
Koala Conservation Centre.
THERE was a good atten-
dance at the Friends of the Koa-
las (FOK) Annual General Meet-
ing held on Saturday, January
16 at the Koala Conservation
The meeting heard reports for
2015 including an informative
summary of the Koala Conser-
vation Centre’s year by Ranger
Special guest at the meet-
ing, recently appointed Phil-
lip Island Nature Parks Board
member Liz Stinson gave an in-
formative talk about her back-
ground and what drew her to
apply for the Board.
Liz then very kindly agreed to
conduct the election of FOK of-
fice bearers for 2016.
The following people were
elected: President Patsy Hunt,
First Vice President Jan Flem-
ing, Second Vice President and
Membership Secretary Pauline
Taylor, Treasurer and Bush
Bank representative Max McCo -
nchie, Secretary and Public
Officer Jan Beales, and Com-
mittee Members Margaret Han-
cock, Irene McKell, and Mau-
Afternoon tea was then en-
joyed before some of the attend-
ees took a very pleasant walk
in perfect weather through the
las and observing some of the
many bird species present, in
what has become a wonderful
wildlife habitat, was a great way
to end a great afternoon.
Anyone interested in finding
out more about the group’s ac-
tivities can contact FOK on 59
Some of the attendees at the
FOK AGM took a pleasant walk
through the Koala Conservation
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