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Volume 25 No 46
Saturday November 15, 2014
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City hostage to
greedy landlords
by STEVE GRANT
THE man behind
Adelaide’s booming
Rundle Mall has blasted
Fremantle’s business
community for its
“ridiculous” approach to
retail.
Mall authority chair
Theo Maras is visiting the
port city and reports being
gob-smacked by windows
throughout the CBD
plastered with “for lease”
signs “I can’t stand an empty
shop,” he told the Herald,
before turning both barrels
on landlords at a Wednesday
luncheon co-hosted by the
chamber of commerce and
council.
“I’m going to give it to
you, so you’d better grab
• Theo Maras with mayor Brad Pettitt.
a seat,” is how he greeted
the boss of Sirona Capital,
Matthew McNeilly, with
ominous geniality. It’s
been three years since
Myer packed its bags and
Sirona is still searching for a
replacement anchor tenant
for the landmark building, a
delay that’s holding up the
long-awaited redevelopment
of Kings Square.
“Who on earth is going
to walk past empty shops
local venues, but Victoria
Hall’s rent is said to be
too expensive and the old
Kulcha venue on the strip
has too many issues to be
viable.
Sounding perky for
the first time since Sunset
Events started angling to
take over the musician
club’s iconic drill hall home
on Parry Street, Mr Reid
said the auditor signing
the debt-free books was an
auspicious moment.
“I feel that a whole lot of
baggage is getting taken off
our shoulders, and we can
really start to concentrate
on doing what the Fly does
best—supporting emerging
artists and the community.”
It’s also a vindication
of his claim during tense
lease negotiations with the
National Trust that the club
was a viable entity.
The Trust cited vague
concerns about the Fly’s
sustainability when
announcing it was giving
the hall’s lease to Sunset.
Readers with an early
Herald can help the Fly
celebrate its birthday on
Friday November 14—its
last at the drill hall—with
the debut EP launch of upand-coming songstress Billie
Rogers.
The daughter of Zydecats
saxophonist and harmonica
Freo losing Fly
by STEVE GRANT
THE Fly by Night is in
the black for almost the
first time in its history,
is celebrating its 28th
birthday this week—
and is on the cusp of
announcing its departure
from the port city.
Manager John Reid
would only confirm “we
are currently discussing
with another iconic entity
north of the river about
collaborating” but the
Herald understands it’s the
Astor Theatre in Mt Lawley.
The board is still talking
to Fremantle council about
with ‘for lease’ signs on the
windows and think that’s
going to be a good place to
set up?” Mr Maras asks.
“No one—that’s
ridiculous. We put in popups and use the shops as
incubators, and you would
be surprised how many
become viable businesses.”
Mr Maras says he’s
always checking out markets
to develop a list of potential
pop-ups and even offers
them to rival landlords,
rather than seeing a blank
window blight his territory.
His biggest coup has been
a queue of luxury fashion
labels, including Tiffany and
Co, Chanel, Loius Vuitton
and Burberry, keen to get
into his precinct.
He went to see South
Australia’s agent-general
to London, and gave him a
list of big-end companies he
wanted in Rundle Mall.
“I said ‘it’s your job, go
and bring them in.”
Fremantle mayor Brad
Pettitt believes the port city
is in the grips of a structural
change which many
landlords aren’t going to be
able to simply ride out.
A local businessman
recently told the Herald
landlords were reluctant to
drop rents simply to sign
up new tenants, fearing
conditions would improve
and they’d miss out.
But Dr Pettitt says greed
is a big mistake and is
holding the city back.
The Rundle Mall
Authority has a $3 million
budget raised from a levy on
tenants.
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Poll
set up
to fail?
by STEPHEN POLLOCK
AN East Fremantle town
councillor believes the
Barnett government has
chosen a January 31 date for
its merger referenda in order
to minimise turnout and
ensure their failure.
Cliff Collinson says many
residents will either be away or
just getting back from school
holidays, scrambling madly for
the start of the school year.
Referenda affect the proposed
mergers of East Fremantle and
Fremantle, South Perth and
Victoria Park and Kwinana and
Cockburn. For a referendum
to be valid, at least half a
municipality’s enrolled voters
must vote. For it to succeed—
and kill a merger—more than
half those who do vote must
vote no.
Cr Collinson believes that
normally it might be possible for
his tiny council to muster half
its population for a vote but the
chosen date makes it much more
difficult: “Would it be cynical
of me to suggest that such a
date, when so many of us are
on holiday or just returning is a
deliberate ploy to make it very
difficult for the poll to achieve
the required 50 per cent turnout
of electors?” he says.
East Freo council needs
to collect 250 signatures to
trigger the poll process and Cr
Collinson is confident petitions
placed at the town hall and the
Glyde-In community centre
will surpass that. “I’ve already
collected 60 signatures in a week
and we have until December 5 to
submit the petition, so reaching
250 won’t be a problem,” he
says, confidently.
“A lot of people think the
mergers are a fait accompli, but
they’re not, and we still have
a chance to fight this via the
referendum.”
East Fremantle covers just
3.1 square kilometres (from East
Street to Petra Street, bordered
by the river and Marmion Street)
and has a population of around
6930.
• Fremantle mayor Brad Pettitt suggests the port city’s Cat bus service could extend to East Fremantle as a way to soften the merger process. He says a new route could take in George Street and the East Street jetty. “George Street is buzzing and parking is the big issue there,” he told the Herald. “Where the ferry is, people tend to get stranded because there’s no public transport and wonder how they get into Freo.” The mayor says it won’t be cheap as they’ll have to get another bus, but he’s hopeful the WA public transport authority will cough up half the cost (LOL). Freo tree plan
by STEPHEN POLLOCK
A GROUP created by
Fremantle council to make
the city greener has held its
first meeting.
Mayor Brad Pettitt says one
of the group’s goals will be to
increase the port city’s poor tree
canopy coverage.
According to a recent report
by the sustainable futures
institute, Fremantle has the
second-worst tree canopy
coverage in the Greater Perth
region. Freo has a meagre 10.4
per cent canopy cover, just ahead
of bottom-place Belmont with 9.1
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about gum trees being chopped
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Neighbouring Cockburn has 15.7,
Melville 18.8 and East Fremantle
18.9.
“We realise the canopy
coverage is low in Fremantle and
we want to address this and a
number of issues in our working
group,” Dr Pettitt says.
“The group will help update
the city’s 2001 Green Plan and
present it to council. For the past
four years council has committed
to planting 1000 trees every year,
but we need to be doing more.”
A recent study by UWA of 23
northern Perth suburbs revealed
that having a leafy tree on a
verge outside a house increases a
median property value by more
than $16,000.
Fremantle councillors (and
Greens party members) Jon
Strachan, Andrew Sullivan,
Rachel Pemberton and five
unpaid non-council experts sit
on Fremantle’s green working
group. “We will look at several
initiatives, including water
recycling and best practice
for nature playgrounds,” Cr
Pemberton says.
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by STEVE GRANT
MORE than 50 windows at
Samson primary school were
broken by a vandal over the
weekend.
Parents initially thought the
windows had been shot out
because most had neat, bulletsized holes in them, but one of
the school’s chalkies—who’s
experienced with guns—said
there were no bullets and no
damage inside classes. He says
the holes were most likely caused
by a sharp jab with a stake.
A parent who contacted the
Herald was concerned to see just
one repairer tackling the job
Monday morning, fearing classes
would be disrupted over several
days. The worker told the Herald
he was expecting a couple of
colleagues and reckoned they’d
have it finished by the final siren.
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• Parents and children join Simone McGurk outside state parliament after she raised a grievance about government secrecy surrounding attitudes towards local high schools. Photo supplied
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school secrecy
by STEVE GRANT
THE Barnett government
is refusing to release
information about what
parents really think about
southern suburbs high
schools.
Fremantle MP Simone
McGurk says the government
has resisted Freedom of
Information requests for access
to parents’ answers in the
“comments” section of the
contentious WA education
department survey.
On Thursday Ms McGurk
raised the issue in state
parliament during a grievance
motion. Members of the High
School Options for Fremantle
parents’ group were there to
listen.
The group claims it has huge
levels of support for increasing
the enrolment of local students
at specialist college John Curtin
(formerly John Curtin Senior
High School) but the survey
failed to include raising local
intake as an option.
Group founder Traci Gamblin
says the survey was top-heavy
with “motherhood statements”
but light on options, so parents
mostly scribbled their ideas in
the comments box.
She says given WA education
minister Peter Collier has ruled
out adjusting John Curtin
enrolments, her group wants any
amalgamated high schools—
most likely Hamilton SHS
and South Fremantle SHS—to
ensure a full university-entry
curriculum.
About a dozen of Ms
Gamblin’s supporters and their
children attended the grievance
notice. Premier Colin Barnett
responded to it by saying the
issue was important and he
remained commited to a decision
by the end of the year.
“If he decides to put two
vocationally focussed, underenrolled schools together, do a
small reno, give it a new name
and declare the problem solved,
that will be seen for what it
is: a budgetary decision, not
one based on what’s best for
the education of Fremantle
students,” Ms Gamblin says.
Ms McGurk said Fremantle
locals had been frustrated by a
lack of government leadership.
“The point I am making,
Premier, is that leadership and a
clear plan for reform is crucial if
this amalgamation is to succeed.
The community I represent will
reward the government’s efforts
and school in spades by not only
sending their children to the
school, but by being engaged
and adding their contribution to
the school community.”
South Fremantle and
Hamilton high schools both
suffer low enrolments. South
Freo has capacity for 600
students but has just 300, and
two years ago just four students
studied for university entrance.
School advocates point out
the remainder of the student
body nevertheless achieved
outstanding results.
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Boofheads on
bikes
WHILE I’m sure a lot of cyclists
try to keep themselves as safe as
possible, there are some knobs
on bikes about, as witnessed
one particular morning in North
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I was biking myself from East
Freo over the new bridge to a cafe at
Leighton Beach to meet a friend for
lunch. While cycling on the dual use
path over the bridge I encountered
three blokes on bikes tangling with
the big rigs on the road itself.
There was no-one but me on the
1 + 3 wray
ave,
fremantle
dual-use
path
so plenty
of room.
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Then came Tydeman10
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dicing with the
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coming up to
the intersection with the road along
the beach.
I was riding on very smooth dualuse pedestrian/cycle path and I
couldn’t believe this cyclist dicing
with death riding in between semitrailers.
Is it ego and considered woosy by
some cyclists to use a bike path? So
cyclists...if you want to stay as safe as
possible—use the cycle path if there
is one. Maybe we need yet another
law—if there is a bike path then
cyclists are obliged to use it?
Added to this, a teenage girl on
a bike had a small dog on a lead
running alongside her on a very
busy George Street, East Freo last
Friday afternoon. The small dog
was running in the middle of the
road and cars were edging their way
around it. I told her that for her own
sake as well as that of the dog she
should get off the road.
She told me the street was
normally quiet but I replied it
certainly wasn’t at that time and
that’s what counted, surely. She then
proceeded to get back on the bike
and carry on as before. I give up!
Chris Lanfear
King St, East Fremantle
Are we on the
same page?
WE read according to Mayor
Brad Pettitt the “city’s crime
rate is down and it’s not faring
too badly economically—if you
look in the right place” (Herald,
November 1 2014). Must be a small
place.
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Yet, inches to the right (I mean in
the paper) is the state member for
Fremantle, Simone McGurk, saying
the city needs a “drunk tank”, that
anti-social behaviour is up and the
police’s new operational system is
failing (which hasn’t been in place
three months); St Pat’s won’t take
them and Simone even encounters
these issues herself in the CBD.
The Herald is swamped with
letters/comments on anti-social
behaviour issues, and business
owners saying how they have watch
the continued demise of the city and
they are closing up and leaving.
The news media have had stories
on the shoplifting issues in the city.
I have had shop managers tell me
it’s not safe to open for late-night
shopping for staff, with the number
of drunks, or substance-affected and
shoplifters.
Local police have been quoted
as confirming “a spike in anti-social
behaviour and petty crime and
have ordered the reintroduction of
Operation Peyton”.
So, on the same page, in the same
paper, different politicians saying
exactly the opposite.
Just go to Point Street and see
the graffiti and vandalism—it’s
outrageous.
If we want Freo to be better, we
need to demand our council step
in and clean up the place so we can
attract new business and shoppers
back to town. Time for positive action
not wishful thinking.
By the way that means we need
parking too. Plenty of comments on
that lately as well.
Mark Woodcock
White Gum Valley
Split vision
I READ Norman Warburton’s
letter (“A human right,” Herald,
November 8, 2014) with great
interest and found I was torn
between two visions.
First was that of a sad, desperate
and homeless person pleading for
assistance from the general public,
just to survive.
The other vision was of the same
type of person with a mobile phone
and a packet of cigarettes in their
possession, and this gave me cause
for concern.
With the price of cigarettes these
days, surely this money could have
been put to better use, for example to
buy food.
Also, is a mobile phone a necessity
or just a popular accessory?
I fully agree the present state
government is more likely to be
interested in currying favour with big
business and building itself flash new
offices than helping the needy. For
example, I believe Elizabeth Quay
will most likely be another boring
and soulness complex with about as
much personality as a modern day
politician.
This money could certainly be
better spent on our health system and
helping the needy in our society.
However, on the other hand, we
all have to take some responsibility
for our own welfare and current
circumstances.
Steve Grady
Murray Rd, Palmyra
Pollanoia?
THOSE of us who live in
Fremantle and East Fremantle
have been offered an
opportunity to conduct a poll
whereby residents can vote on
amalgamation.
The date set for such an election
has been set for January 31. Would
it be cynical of me to suggest that
such a date, when so many of us
are on holiday or just returning, is
a deliberate ploy to make it very
difficult for the poll to achieve the
required 50 per cent turnout of
electors?
Cliff Collinson
King St, East Fremantle
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AST time I was in New
York, I explored on
foot and by bike more
than any other means. This
meant I could stop and look,
buy things and talk to people
unexpectedly. It enriched
my experience greatly and
was only possible because
city planners gave space and
priority to pedestrians and
cyclists.
Concern has been expressed
in this paper about Fremantle
council’s proposal to slow traffic
speeds within the CBD and
make people on foot or bike
the priority. I wanted to explain
the rationale and how this will
benefit everyone.
“When you design for the
car you fail for everyone,”
Brent Toderian, the former
chief planner of Vancouver (the
world’s most liveable city) said
while in Fremantle last week.
He explained that unless you
invest in transport alternatives
like walking, cycling and public
transport, congestion and
parking woes will only continue
to escalate. But it’s not about
cars, it’s about the kind of city
we want.
Walk Score assesses how
easy it is to walk to places
you want to go within a city.
High scores are given to areas
where amenities are within a
five-minute walk. Fremantle
currently scores 72 and is ranked
the 19th most walkable area in
Perth—behind Subi, Leederville,
Mt Lawley and Vic Park (among
18 others).
RACHEL PEMBERTON is a Fremantle councillor, fashionista
and sustainability guru. In this week’s THINKING ALLOWED she
explains why the council is putting so much effort into making the city more
walkable.
We should aim to be in the
top five.
There are economic benefits
from walkability in addition
to the obvious health, safety
and environmental benefits.
Improving walkability
significantly increases economic
activity.
A US study by the Local
Government Commission Center
for Livable Communities made
distinct connections between
walkable environments and
economic viability.
• Walkable communities
are more appealing to workers
and the “creative class” and
will attract new business and
employment.
•Walkability attracts tourists.
• Improving walkability is
good for retail business, reduces
commercial vacancy rates and
increases rental income.
• Real estate values rise
faster in areas that include a mix
of residential and commercial
districts in a “pedestrianfriendly configuration”.
• Reducing traffic noise,
traffic speeds, and vehiclegenerated air pollution increases
property values by up to 20 per
cent.
“Walkability is more than an
attractive amenity—it’s a magnet
for attracting and retaining the
highly innovative businesses
and highly skilled people that
drive economic growth, raising
housing values and generating
higher incomes,” says Professor
Richard Florida, urbanist and
author.
Many Freo locals know
instinctively that a low-speed,
low-traffic CBD environment
will be better. It was one of the
most common comments made
by participants during the 2029
Visioning process. It was this
community feedback that helped
inform the Integrated Transport
Strategy, which proposes the
lower speeds and shared zones
be formally adopted in the city’s
long-term planning.
This council listened to
the community through the
visioning process and prioritised
the needs of pedestrians to
create a truly vibrant urban
heart. In doing so, we will attract
new residents, businesses,
support local retail, increase real
estate values and increase our
walkscore.
While we have some way
to go to reach New York City’s
score of 88, we’re not too far off
Vancouver’s 78—and that’s the
most liveable city in the world.
Something I’m sure Freo can
match any day!
The Integrated Transport
Strategy is out for public
comment until December 12.
A community summit will
be held to report the findings
of the Freo 2029 Visioning on
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HOW are cars supposed to allow
one metre of passing distance to
cyclists when planners have gone and
destroyed most of the perfectly good
wide roads with centre islands?
To make matters worse the trafficcalming devices along the road shoulders
to me look like cyclist-killing devices. I
am a cyclist and these stupid things cause
the cycle lane to disappear at intervals,
forcing you inward on the cars.
Brad Capes
Prospero Cres, Coolbellup
War of the
wards
MY local friends and I have studied
with interest the plan to merge the
town of East Fremantle with the City
of Fremantle.
In principle we are supportive of the
change, as it is obvious our borough
is too small to subsist on its existing
ratepayer base, notwithstanding the fact
we recognise the various amenities which
have been provided over the years.
We are pleased the powers that be
are recommending we join Fremantle,
rather than Melville. We understand
there is likely to be a poll of ratepayers
or residents to approve or disapprove
the merger, for which not less than 25
per cent of electors must vote in favour
(at least 50 per cent must vote, of whom
not less than 50 per cent must approve or
disapprove).
However, we are very concerned the
WA local government advisory board
has recommended there will be no ward
representation of elected councillors on
the merged council.
We cannot understand the reason for
this, and we feel the residents of this town
may have no say in the running of the
future city, as any East Fremantle-based
candidate is likely to be out-voted at local
elections, by reason of sheer numbers.
letters
Unless the representation issue is
reversed by the government, and wards
are provided for, we feel we must
therefore vote against the merger, when
the poll is held, despite the obvious
benefits of the proposal.
I earnestly hope the premier, the
minister and the Walgab will remedy the
un-democratic situation which we face.
It seems quite contrary to established
practise in most parts of the western
world.
Robert Staithesman
View Tce, East Fremantle
Thanks, but...
ALONG with fellow Malcolm Street
residents, I appreciate the Herald’s
story on protecting our Fediterrannea
(November 8, 2014).
Especially when I “thunder” (to use
your reporter’s elegant phrase) on the
record. However, it’s important that the
quote be accurate. The term I used to
describe our current council leadership
was “neo-Liberals in Green and Labor
clothing” (not “pseudo-Liberals”).
The reference to racism in fact
came from your reporter, recalling his
childhood experiences of attitudes to
migrants. And I described non-Anglo
migrants as part of the “fabric” (not
“furniture”) of contemporary Australian
heritage. Still, all in all, an important story
to cover, and so thanks again, Herald.
Professor Suvendrini Perera
Malcolm St, Fremantle
A masquerade
THANK you Suvendrini Perera
(Herald Thinking Allowed, November 8,
2014) for enlightening me.
I live in Hulbert Street, South
Fremantle directly opposite the corner
block and the new development recently
approved by Fremantle council.
I had wondered why a council
that is ostensibly left-wing and green
was, with one exception, unreservedly
pro-development and dismissive of
community concerns. Thank you for a
light-bulb moment: “Psuedo-liberals
masquerading as Greens and Labor”.
I now understand why the council
approved the rezoning of the land
from R25 to R60 irrespective of what
our street—with only one individual
dissenting—considered to be absolutely
detrimental to the amenity of the area
I also now understand why
the development was approved,
notwithstanding it is way above
the plot ratio dictated by R60, and
notwithstanding parking issues that
will require a car-stacker of all things,
and a one-lane driveway butting onto
a residential home and servicing 36
vehicles.
The list goes on and on…. height, scale
and landscaping are other issues.
No trees to speak of, but vertical
gardens that are totally inappropriate to
our climate, and the hope that residents
will plant greenery on their balconies. I
concur with Ms Perera. A green council? I
don’t think so. To set the record straight,
the Hulbert Street community was never
anti-development: it was the height, scale
and density that had us worried and the
process that upset us.
In our experience there was no real
consultation, talk-fests do not qualify, and
the time involved in us madly researching
and referring to council policy and codes
was largely wasted and ignored. What a
shame!
Cherie McNeill
Hulbert St, South Fremantle
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desperate refugees but to deter the
Russkies, amassing even now off our
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I can think of no-one better than RearAdmiral Scott Morrison to take on the
Reds. Put him in the vanguard I say.
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by STEVE GRANT
A FIREFIGHTER who used to work
at the Success fire station wants
authorities to test whether pesticides
or other chemicals are behind a
kidney cancer cluster linked to the
site.
Ken Seinor worked at the station for
seven years until retiring from the job in
2007 and says the whole area is a toxic
cocktail.
The station has been closed and
firefighters relocated to Hope Valley
because one firefighter has died of kidney
cancer and another three have been
diagnosed with it.
The station is directly across the road
and downwind from a former market
garden, and Mr Seinor is concerned about
what pesticides were used before the area
was redeveloped for housing.
He says the station is also just outside
the buffer zone for a heavy industry area
including a water treatment plant which
uses strong chemicals.
“I live 500 metres from the water
treatment plant and if you get up at
3am in the morning, you can smell the
chemicals in the air,” he told the Herald.
Kevin Jolly from the firefighters’
union is also concerned about pesticides
from the market garden, saying crews
working at the station had reported being
regularly covered with dust.
“They said there was a lot of dust and
it was acidic,” he says.
“In that area they would have used
DDT, and it could be residual.”
Both firefighters criticised authorities
for playing down health concerns, saying
Thieves raiding
kids’ kitchens
by STEVE GRANT
LIGHT-FINGERED neighbours
are pilfering produce from school
vegie patches across Perth says WA
education minister Peter Collier.
• Armandeep Singh, Matthew Hayward and
Harvey Cutab help WA education minister
Peter Collier do a little gardening at Atco’s
kitchen garden. Photo by Steve Grant
four cancer cases was actually alarming.
“Firefighters are in the top 10 per cent
of the population in terms of their fitness;
they are generally young and healthy,”
Mr Jolly says.
“I think they’re blurring the lines in
terms of what is the general population.”
A report earlier this year linked the use
of glyphosate pesticide to an unexplained
rash of kidney disease deaths among
Latin America farmers, although the
authors stress it’s only a hypothesis which
needs further testing. But it was enough
to prompt the Sri Lankan government to
launch a three-year study into whether
a combination of glyphosate and hard
water is a toxic mix.
Monsanto, which manufactures
the world’s biggest-selling glyphosate
Roundup, says no kidney failure has been
identified in animal studies.
“It’s terrible—you end up having to
put fences around them,” he groans.
“What does that teach the kids?”
Mr Collier revealed the widespread
theft while helping year 5 students from
Bertram primary do a bit of gardening
Wednesday at an innovative facility run
by Atco Gas in Jandakot.
Atco runs a free kitchen for local
schools where it teaches gas safety and
healthy eating, with a small garden
next door where kids can source fresh
ingredients. The company’s Australian
president Alan Dixon told the Herald
the Canadian-based parent company
has run similar kitchens for 80 years.
The company moved into Perth three
years ago when it bought the state’s gas
pipelines, and Mr Dixon says there’s still
some confusion amongst consumers. He
says people still call Alinta or Kleenheat
whenever there’s a problem with a gas
line, but it’s now Atco’s responsibility.
Mr Collier says the concept of “garden
to kitchen” is becoming more popular
in schools and he’s delighted to see Atco
creating its kitchen for altruistic reasons.
“The concept is great and enables the
visiting students to be presented with a
gas safety message as well as learning
about sustainability and healthy eating,”
the former chalkie said.
“It is done in a way that empowers
them and puts some responsibility on
their shoulders, and for year 5 and 6
students that’s important as these are
formative years for them.”
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Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 7
Up the
Creek?
• Bull Creek
Shopping Centre.
Photo by Steve
Grant
Council
questions
centre’s
future
by DAVID BELL
and STEVE GRANT
THE long-term viability of the Bull
Creek shops has been questioned
by Melville council because of the
rampaging growth of Garden City in
Booragoon and the rapidly emerging
Murdoch centre.
The council is updating its city
planning scheme and says the two
juggernauts will cut into Bull Creek’s
market, although owner Stockland is
adamant the centre will remain viable.
The draft scheme notes that if the
new Murdoch precinct and an expanded
Garden City reach the potential laid
out in structure plans, “Bull Creek is
expected to show a slightly concerning
drop in floorspace productivity, which is
a primary measure of viability”.
But the report then hedges its bets,
saying the issue is more about Bull Creek
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barber lounge, where getting a haircut and
shave is an enjoyable experience, rather
than another chore to tick off the list.
De Barber is the kind of place where
guests are encouraged to feel at home and
make full use of the lounge area, complete
with comfy couches, large LCD screen
and the latest papers and magazines. The
decor is classic gentlemen’s club style warm tones and lots of rich timber. It has a
handsome and welcoming feel, like an oldworld barbershop.
“We’re happy to provide a selection of
complimentary coffee and boutique beers
and there’s even a retro arcade game to
while away the time. We have a group of
guys that come on a regular basis to hang
out, have a beer or two and get a great
haircut in the process,” he continued.
With the resurgence of barbering and
men taking more of an interest in their
appearance, owner Denny Huang saw
a niche in the market and launched De
Barber six months ago. In its relatively
short existence, it’s become a popular
destination for guys from all age groups
and backgrounds (not just young hipsters)
who are seeking more of a traditional
style barber shop experience with all the
conveniences of the modern era.
“We wanted to offer more than just a
quick 10 minute haircut by turning your
visit into a great experience. Our services
include expert cutting, shampoo and
scalp massage, hot towel shave, grooming
advice and men’s facial mask. Everyone
has a different type of hair and face shape
so we work to provide an individual style
to suit, rather than just the latest or most
popular style,” said Denny.
De Barber stocks a range of hair and
skin products, designed specially for men,
including Baxter of California, American
Crew, Alterna, E Shave and Dermalogica.
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being at the limit of its growth rather
than the other two centres being too big.
Garden City in particular plans to double
its operations. Despite the council’s lack
of confidence in its long-term future, Bull
Creek’s centre manager Jenna Corcoran
remains optimistic.
“Stockland’s retail strategy is to either
own and operate the leading shopping
centre in each trade area or to have a
clear point of difference,” she says. Bull
Creek has “ample parking” and stores
that customers need on a daily basis. That
may prove a selling point compared to
Garden City: if its doubling results in the
predicted two million extra shoppers a
year, 99 per cent will come by car due to a
lack of public transport serving the area.
“Stockland Bull Creek illustrates the
point that a shopping centre doesn’t
necessarily need to be the biggest in the
trade area to be considered by customers
to be one of the best,” Ms Corcoran says.
The planning scheme also explores
the city’s shift from a suburban identity
to inner-urban centre under the Barnett
government’s Directions 2031 planning
document.
Directions 2031 paves the way for
increasing mixed-use developments and
bumping up densities and heights around
transport nodes.
“The major areas being considered
for an increase in density include those
properties in the vicinity of the public
transport corridors of Canning Highway,
Marmion Street, South Street and Riseley
Street,” the scheme’s text notes.
“The transport nodes of Canning
Bridge, Bull Creek and Murdoch rail
stations and Booragoon bus station also
lend themselves to supporting an increase
in densities to enhance the availability of
the public transport links as well as the
other facilities in the area.”
The council’s taking submissions about
the scheme on its website, in libraries and
council HQ until January 16.
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THE streets around South Fremantle
were buzzing last weekend courtesy
of the inaugural Fremantle Artist
Open House.
THERE’S been some good news
on the policing front in Coolbellup
recently, but problems still plague
Hilton.
by JENNY D’ANGER
Five homes, all within walking
distance, along Jenkin, Scott and Chester
Streets had their doors opened so the
art of 26 up-and-coming artists could
be displayed on their walls, to give
people an idea of how the art can look in
domestic settings.
“[We] estimate we had about 1500
people through the doors on the first
weekend,” delighted organiser Cathrina
Read says.
“The vibe on the street was great.”
Sales were off the Richter Scale and
Ms Read and her band of artists madly
scrambled during the week to find
replacements for this weekend’s showing.
But they’ve pulled it off and punters
can expect a second great showing this
Saturday and Sunday November 15
and 16 from 10am–4pm. Head to www.
artistopenhousefremantle.com for
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by STEVE GRANT
“This confirms my fear of living in
Nicholas Crescent,” said a Hilton local
after a brawl left three people hospitalised
on Wednesday evening—including one
with serious head injuries.
Police had only recently been in the
street for a major drug bust a few doors
down from Wednesday’s incident.
Two women were arrested at the scene
and police are searching for a driver they
say ran down a man who’d come to the
aid of a neighbour involved in the brawl.
ABC News reported a witness saying
the car mounted the footpath before
ploughing into the victim, who was
thrown onto the roof. He fell as the car
drove down the road and neighbours
gave first aid before an ambulance took
him to Royal Perth Hospital.
In Coolbellup, the new neighbourhood
police team is celebrating after seizing a
hoon’s car and arresting another resident
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it alleges was selling drugs to children.
Sgt Bruce McDonald says one of his
teams had been patrolling the area last
week when it spotted the alleged dealer
talking to a group of kids. The man’s
car was searched and 12 small bags of
cannabis, a large amount of cash and a set
of scales were seized.
The 24-year-old has been charged with
possession with intent to supply and will
appear in Fremantle magistrates court on
December 9.
Sgt McDonald says his team has
received numerous complaints from
Coolbellup residents about a hoon driver
over the past six months: he appears to
have been nabbed in Samson after doing
a burnout in front of an off-duty officer.
After doing a cross-check with its
database, police reckon he’s the cause of
most of the Cooby complaints, and Sgt
McDonald reckons the street where he
lives has black marks from one end to the
other. He says the neighbourhood team
model is working well and Coolbellup’s
crime stats are looking better. But he also
warns that warm weather usually brings
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Seeking war stories
AN Edith Cowan university
history lecturer is looking for
Fremantle families prepared to tell
the grittier side of the story about
their rellies who’d fought in WWI.
Leigh Straw, who recently gave a
talk about the city’s criminal women
at the Fremantle History Studies Day,
says she’s looking for stories about old
soldiers who came back with mental or
physical injuries. “I am also interested in
humanising the stories behind ex-soldiers
who took their own lives,” Dr Straw
told the Herald. Her interest was sparked
when she was delving into a dark chapter
in her own family’s history, as a relative
who’d fought in the war ended up
murdering his wife in a jealous fit.
Dr Straw plans to write a book based
on the information she receives.
Anyone interested in sharing the
darker side of their family history can
contact her at [email protected]
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• THE Fremantle Festival danced and banged its way to a grand finale last weekend with the annual street parade ending the two-week celebration. One of the longest parades in years was watched by an enthusiastic crowd, although numbers were affected by Transperth’s inexplicable decision to once again stop the trains on what is one of the port city’s biggest days of the year. Photos by
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• A conceptual image of how Bibra Lake might be transformed.
by STEVE GRANT
COCKBURN city council will
spend $3.1 million to build at Bibra
Lake the southern suburbs’ biggest
playground.
Heavily influenced by Aboriginal
heritage and the environment, the
playground and barbecue facilities will
take up 5500sqm of the lake’s foreshore.
“This new regional playground will
be an amazing facility,” a beaming mayor
Logan Howlett said Wednesday.
Noting that 100 years ago the lake was
a magnet for walkers and folk out for a
ride in their sulkies, Mr Howlett said the
new playground would help attract a new
generation of families to the area.
It’s all part of a $20 million overhaul
for Bibra Lake, courtesy of a stash of
cash the council earned from selling land
nearby.
The money must be spent on
recreation facilities, and some will go
towards an Aboriginal cultural centre
across the road, acknowledging the area’s
deep significance to Noongar culture.
Cockburn CEO Stephen Cain says the
council facilities will link in with nearby
Adventure World and an ice rink nearing
completion, making the area one of
Perth’s top family destinations.
Joshing with councillors and clearly
relaxed following Cockburn’s reprieve
in the council mergers mayhem, Mr
Cain says a lot of effort has been put into
preserving the environment, including
lots of plantings and a boardwalk and
sensitive viewing platform on the
opposite side of the lake.
Mr Howlett says working with the
local Noongar community is crucial.
“There are 13 registered [Aboriginal]
sites around Bibra Lake,” he notes.
He’s pushed hard for Cockburn to
engage more deeply with the indigenous
community—almost unheard of 15 years
ago when it was almost invisible—and
Cockburn is now recognised as a national
leader in terms of forging respectful
links: just this week 100 elders attended
an inaugural indigenous seniors event
at the lake. Mr Howlett says Cockburn
has succeeded where other councils—
such as neighbouring Fremantle—have
lost ground because it fully funded its
reconciliation plan.
The council’s award-winning
children’s reference group—with actual
kids on it—also had plenty of input into
the playground’s design.
Member Charlie Dangar told the
Herald he was looking forward to its
interactive elements, particularly the
cubbies. He says he likes being on the
reference group because it gives him a
chance to have a say in what happens in
the area.
Cockburn’s giant playground
might only enjoy its status as the
region’s biggest for a short time; its
amalgamations partner, Kwinana,
recently announced plans for its own
$5 million playground. A tender for
Cockburn’s project will be awarded
in February and it’s expected to be
completed by mid-2016.
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Over 13,000 signatures on the largest petition ever presented to the Fremantle City Council in over 120 years saved the
Carriage Cafe in 2009, in a campaign that was successful and allowed it to remain in its current location under the Norfolk Pines.
Is the Carriage Cafe doomed or can it finally
secure its lease, proceed with renovations
and stay on Fremantle’s Esplanade Reserve?
Will City staff, Mayor and Elected Members now show they
really meant it when they finally approved the Development
Application (DA) after 8 months in the Planning
Department? Here’s the Timeline:
• DA Plans went to Planning 28th February 2014.
• City`s officers recommended approval 4th June.
• A decision was deferred after a request from the
Mayor for more detail on its association with the Youth
Skate Plaza and a request by Cr. Pemberton for more
notification to local residents.
• The City sent 98 letters to local residents in late
September
• All Submissions received supported the Refurbishment
DA. Some were quite passionate.There were no
objections from the public.
• The DA was again raised 1st October and this time
approved, but Mayor Brad Pettit made the point that the
approval was no guarantee that any request for lease
extension would be granted to support costs of the DA.
• A request for lease extensions for the Carriage Cafe
will be on the Council Agenda of the Strategic and
General Committee Meeting next Wednesday 19th
November 2014
City of Fremantle has granted substantial leases in
recent times to other tenants who have refurbished Cityowned or city-managed premises. Some other recent
Refurbishments have not had to go to council or be put out
for public notification or comment.
A 21 year lease was recently approved by the Mayor and
Elected Members to Sunset Events for their “J” Shed
proposal.
The Carriage Cafe should be afforded equal rights and
not have to continuously fight to survive. The Carriage
deserves the same level of support from City staff and
Elected Members as others appear to receive.
The refurbishment plans are on view in the Cafe. All
renovations will be within the existing lease area and all
costs, estimated at $300,000, will be paid by the Carriage.
Wealthy, powerful Event promotors have made it clear that
the Carriage Cafe is “in the way of their events.”
Interestingly, the City has activated proposals for four new
Plans in recent weeks. Will the City now redesign elements
in these Plans to threaten the viability of the Carriage Cafe
or the rights to passive enjoyment of green grassed areas?
Kel Smith says, “City officers say the Carriage lease is
one of a large list of agenda items being finalised for next
Wednesday night’s meeting. I’ll have to wait until Friday
night to check the City’s webpage to see what Director Glen
Dougal recommends and if there are any special conditions
attached. It will be interesting to see if the City`s New Plans
are included on the same night as the Carriage lease and if
so, how they will affect it.”
“We call on the City staff, Mayor and Elected Members to
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When the idea of opening a
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The result is a funky, eclectic
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Having enjoyed many a
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We got in early to avoid the
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I can vouch for the savoury
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But this occasion called for
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and the braised puy lentil
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Moore and Moore has never
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T took a near-death
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become an artist.
Dragged under by the ironcold grip of a rip off a remote
beach south of Walpole, panic
was replaced by a euphoric
sense of mysticism—and the
proverbial white light.
“I stopped being aware
of my body, of being in the
ocean, but had an awareness of
being [that] became mystical…
almost a science fiction type of
experience.”
Regret mixed with the
descending sense of peace as
death seemed inevitable—
including, oddly, whether his
eco-tourist clients on the beach
would be traumastised by their
guide drowning, or even find
their way back to civilisation
without him.
‘It isn’t fair’
“I thought ‘it isn’t fair I
wasn’t given any notice of this. I
haven’t seen my kids grow up or
done what I want to do’.”
“What do you want to do?”
he recalls his inner-most psyche
asking his drowning self. The
answer? ”Be an artist”.
A life-long interest in art to
that point had resulted in buying
paints, but never finishing a
canvas.
“I was waiting for the right
time to be an artist,” he says
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But back home in Albany one
of the first things he did was
set about closing his tourism
business and enrolled in art
school.
Having nearly died he no
longer fears death, “which frees
you to live”.
Twenty years on, the nowFremantle-based artist is the
winner of 20 awards and has
40 solo exhibitions to his name
along with showings in New
York, Paris, Singapore, Sydney
and Melbourne.
Born in Singapore, Giles grew
up in the UK before heading
Down Under for “an adventure”
with his wife and daughters,
aged six months and two years.
With his wife scoring a
job in finance in Albany, and
Australian residency, Giles
became a house husband and
farmer.
“I went from inner-city living
in Leeds to farming,” he laughs.
These days instead of
rounding up cows he’s rounding
up artists with art classes and
the chance for students to exhibit
at his High Street, Fremantle
premises.
He proudly boasts that his
gallery sells original local art
at affordable prices, which sees
works almost walking off the
walls.
Many students are
established artists who come
along for the chance to share and
grow their skills.
“It’s become a peer studio,”
Giles says.
His own art adorns the walls,
much of it still influenced by his
brush with death.
“[It’s] informed by a yearning
to represent a sense of the
mystical and sublime. For me
this is the purpose of art.
“I hope those who view [it]
can catch a glimpse of a deeper
mystical reality.”
A couple of months ago Giles
opened a second gallery, Studio
Eleven, on Captain’s Lane, near
the Round House.
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by STEVE GRANT
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FREMANTLE’S gold-plated Maya
Indian Restaurant turns 25 this year
and has announced its first-ever foray
outside the port city.
Maya has been selected by the
Metropolitan Development Authority
to open an offshoot in a key location
bridging the Perth cultural centre with the
city link project. It’ll be known as Sauma,
after the mythological drink of the gods.
“It’s a little intoxicating and it’s gives
you a lot of energy, but it’s forbidden for
the people,” evergreen Maya proprietor
Gurps Bagga told the Herald.
He says it’s been a long three-year
process but comes at an opportune time,
as the oft-awarded Freo restaurant is also
undergoing a transformation. Having
won as many Gold Plate awards as
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A devout Sikh, Mr Bagga and his
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political unrest that marred the country
following the assassination of Indira
Ghandi in 1984. She’d been killed by her
Sikh bodyguards and supporters exacted
bloody revenge.
“We hid in our neighbours’ homes
during the riots while the mobs
massacred men, women and children of
Sikh decent,” Mr Bagga recalls.
In Perth, his first job was working at
the Gull petrol station in South Terrace
near Sealanes, pumping fuel for $2.25 an
hour.
“It was an eye-opener for a young guy
who usually spent his summer vacation
in their holiday home in the hills.”
He was pushed towards a career in
computing by a school guidance officer,
but gave it up to pursue his passion for
the food of his homeland.
“I still have fond memories of
watching my nana cook stuffed parathas
for breakky on her wood-fired clay
stove and serving it with home-churned
butter,” he says.
He convinced his dad to buy a rundown Indian restaurant in Freo with a
reputation for bad food and poor service.
Gods drink to
Maya’s success
• Gurps Bagga (left) with his father Rajpal and brother Pinder. Photo by Matthew Dwyer
have baffled a few customers by
serving dishes lined with paper
doilies,” Mr Bagga says.
Always keen to improve, he
signed up to study at Tafe which,
adding to his second job delivering
pizzas to get by, meant he was
working insane hours.
He says back then most Aussies
summed up Indian cuisine as “curry”
but when fellow apprentices at Tafe
encouraged him to put a few dishes
on the menu at the Tafe-owned
Grosvenor Restaurant they were a hit.
“I also became famous at the
• Gurps and his family gather for a birthday college for being an apprentice at my
back in DehraDun, a small town in northern own restaurant and never getting
India.
in trouble with the chef, as I was his
boss.”
He said they’d be on easy street, but the
The real turning point for Maya came
reality was far different.
in 1996 when Mr Bagga nominated the
The family didn’t have any money left
restaurant for the Gold Plate awards and,
over to change the name of the restaurant, unexpectedly, it won.
so Maya it stayed. After eight patchy
“The following day was a Tuesday and
weeks of struggling, he took a bus to
there was a queue of people waiting to
Perth and bought the biggest book on
enter Maya just before 6pm,” he recalls.
catering he could find. Hilariously, it was
The place has never looked back.
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HIS Watkins Street, White Gum
Valley home stands out for many
reasons, not just its funky modern
architecture–although that’s what first
attracts attention.
Sitting on the corner of Wongan Avenue
the two-storey, three-bedroom abode is
the epitome of environmentally friendly
living, with solar panels, grey water system
and two 2500ml rain water tanks, extra
insulation, LED lights, and eco glass on
most doors and windows.
And with louvres in the main bedroom
and living room there’s plenty of natural
cooling.
“It has a six-star energy rating. The
walls are insulated, it’s superb in terms
of insulation…I rarely have the air
conditioning on,” the vendor says.
Raw limestone and gorgeous timber
dominate the cubist-style home, angled to
make the most of its subdivided, 303sqm,
corner block.
Soft yellow bamboo flooring
complements the limestone-cream walls in
the entry hall, and gorgeous marri stairs
lead to the upper level.
The home is divided into two, with two
bedrooms, bathroom and a sitting room/
study or playroom on the ground floor.
Banks of glass doors flood the area
with northern light and lead to a protected
garden and lawn, making this lower area
perfect for kids, or teenagers.
Climb the stairs to the upper level, with
its generous open-plan living, and you
won’t know where to look first, the huge
picture window in the kitchen framing a
huge tree, or the many trees across White
Gum Valley through a massive window on
the western end.
One-way blinds cut the glare but not the
view, or simply push a button and solid
blinds come down.
A huge balcony is the perfect spot for
alfresco dining/entertainment, and from
here you can see the cranes on the port.
Bosch appliance, stone benches, a huge
pantry and a swag of soft-closing drawers
ensure whipping up a meal for guests is a
breeze.
The main bedroom is on the upper level,
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at home
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ROM the rear of this
Coleman Crescent,
Melville home you
could just about cast a line
and reel in dinner from
a selection of great little
eateries on Marmion Street.
Or you could just wander
around the corner to the little
shopping precinct that bats
well above its size in terms of
places to eat, along with a small
supermarket—and interestingly
a great little shop selling ballet
kit.
This two-bedroom home has
been beautifully renovated, and
while from the outside it looks
like your typical 1950s Melville
home, well kept but nothing out
of the box–step inside and it’s
another story.
Jarrah floor boards that
would once have been covered
in carpet have been buffed
to a gorgeous rich, chocolate.
Walls were removed to create a
pleasant open living/dining/
kitchen area.
The gleaming white kitchen
is compact but well designed
with plenty of bench space,
including an island/breakfast
bar, self-close drawers and a
pull-out pantry.
Should unexpected guests
arrive you can slip around the
corner for extra provisions, or a
bottle of vino, to imbibe inside
or alfresco on the small patio.
The original back verandah
has been enclosed to create a
light-filled study, with a door
to the neat back garden of the
subdivided 314sqm property.
Good catch
There’s grass for kids to
play, and the elevated site
gazes across Melville’s many
trees, including a blue haze of
jacarandas to the hills in the east.
Both bedrooms are at the
front of the house overlooking
the garden and tree-lined street.
The immaculately renovated
bathroom is brilliant, with a
deep, deep bath, and separate
shower, and the white walls are
off-set by blue/grey finishes on
the vanity.
This is a delightful home for
those just starting out, or for
retirees looking to downsize
both house and garden.
There’s a medical centre
nearby, and Melville primary
and high school are just up
the road, or jump on a bus on
Marmion St and the world’s
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t can be hard to get your head around,
but historically the market worth of the
property you live in today will be worth
at least double that in ten years’ time. The
quintessential Freo limestone semi will go for
around $1.5 million, the fibro and tile cottage
in Hilton will fetch $900,000 and the ‘80’s
brick four bedder in Samson will achieve over
$1,000,000.
A property in Stokes Street, White Gum
Valley for example, just sold in August
for $735,000 significantly more than the
$407,500 it achieved nine years ago and
closing in on doubling in ten years. As the
selling agent back in 2005, proclaiming the
property would be worth about double its
current value in about ten years would have
been met with scepticism. Yet, on average
when looking historically, Perth’s property
prices rise by 10 per cent each year and values
double every seven years.
when looking historically,
Perth’s property... values
double every seven years.
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Sure, you need to choose when to buy and,
of course, when to sell. A purchase in June
2007 meant paying the median Fremantle
house price of $725,000. Seven years later
the median is $823,500 and well short of
the anticipated growth rate if following the
“double every ten years” theory. The problem
is that growth is not linear. If you had bought
a year earlier in 2006, the median price was
substantially less at $530,000, and back ten
years to 2004, Fremantle’s median price was
$405,000 and pretty close to half the current
median.
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Putting these specific numbers aside, the
main point is that property buying and selling
historically shows some pretty impressive
capital gains across relatively short periods of
time. And, of course easy maths shows capital
returns looking even better when holding
property for fourteen, twenty-one and twentyeight year periods.
In the current market buyers are faced
with expanding choice as supply increases and
some property commentators are predicting a
fall in property prices next year. As previously
stated in these pages, first home buyers are
leaving the market in droves, demand is
softening and investors are being cautious.
Sales volumes are down too compared to the
long term averages.
With some very competitive fixed term
interest rates available from the banks (some
as low as 4.69%) and other lenders at the
moment and with plenty of choice out there, if
you have the means then making the decision
to buy property now with a view to holding it
for at least seven years is probably a good one.
Make sure you contact your local REIWA
agent when it is time to sell in 2021 for if
history repeats itself you will sell for about
double what you pay today.
The opinion expressed above is based on REIWA statistics of past performances of the property market and does not necessarily reflect future performances of
the same market. Please do not rely on any recommendations made, make your own enquiries and seek advice that meets your individual needs.
MARK BROPHY
estate agent
9335 9800
SOUTH FREMANTLE
OFFERS OVER $970,000
SOUTH FREMANTLE
OFFERS OVER $999,000
Architect designed two storey
residence built of rendered brick
and iron with Jarrah floors and
excellent joinery. Super large dining,
excellent kitchen plus 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms and garage. All offers
over $970,000 presented at 5pm
Sat 29th Nov. Sellers reserve right to
accept any offer prior.
Charming, very well presented,
3 bedroom character cottage
ideally located between the
terraces, a short stroll to beach
and cafes. Open plan living
areas, modern kitchen opens to
a peaceful, quirky garden with
workshop and a 2nd bathroom
under the stars. Off street parking.
47 LILLY STREET
OPEN BY INSPECTION
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555
11 LOUISA STREET
OPEN SAT 12.00-12.40
Gail Jenkins 0412 106 959
SOUTH FREMANTLE $1,350,000
FREMANTLE
Large limestone and iron
residence with excellent quality
renovation. Beautiful big rooms,
spacious open plan kitchen/
living opens to alfresco through
banks of bi-fold doors. Separate
large 2 level self contained studio
apartment. Rear lane access.
Located between the Terraces.
Two bedrooms, partly furnished in
the middle of the City. “Johnson
Court” walk to everything.
Sixth floor, harbour and water
views from the balcony. Secure
building. Currently tenanted at
$400 per week.
15 LOUISA STREET
OPEN SAT 12.00-12.40
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
611/23 ADELAIDE STREET
OPEN SAT 1.00-1.45
Jinny Henshaw 0418 908 858
FREMANTLE
FROM $595,000
Contemporary 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom rendered brick and
iron home with double lock up
garage and spacious open
plan living areas that lead to
alfresco under main roof. Close
to Fremantle Golf Course, Frank
Gibson Park and East Fremantle
Oval.
FREMANTLE
OFFERS OVER $699,000
Pretty as a picture 2 bedroom
semi detached cottage.
Superbly located with Wray Ave
precinct and the CAT bus at
the end of the street. Walking
distance to town and South
Beach. North facing with sunny
front verandah and rear deck
overlooking compact garden.
11 DOUGLAS STREET
OPEN SAT 11.00-11.45
Gail Jenkins 0412 106 959
20 ROBINSON STREET
OPEN SAT 1.30-2.15
Gail Jenkins 0412 106 959
FREMANTLE
$405,000
$920,000
FREMANTLE
$1,130,000
Fabulous income producing
modern & spacious 2 bed 2 bath
apartment with 2 secure parking
bays. 145sqm in total tucked
away, quiet and secluded
in small boutique complex.
Excellent short term rental history
generating approx $60,000 pa.
Live in or sit back and enjoy the
fruits of someone else’s labour.
New, contemporary 2 level survey
strata street front home. Spacious
open plan kitchen, living and
dining areas opening onto
protected, south facing alfresco
area. 4 bed 2 bath with main
bedroom and ensuite downstairs.
Quiet city side street on the cusp
of town.
3/51 PAKENHAM STREET
OPEN SAT 11.00-11.45
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
15 PRICE STREET
OPEN SAT 1.00-1.45
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
BEACONSFIELD
$795,000
BEACONSFIELD
$810,000
Right on the Beaconsfield/South
Fremantle border is this impressive
limestone family home with
wide Jarrah floorboards and all
original embellishments intact!
Giant rooms – 3 doubles, 422m2
block – in need of new kitchen &
bathroom. Ideal to renovate and
extend.
Contemporary design, modern
with fantastic use of space. Light
& bright 4 bed, 3 bath plus study
on 2 levels strata home 320m2
block. Quality appliances &
fixtures throughout including solar
panels. Fabulous alfresco area,
wonderful elevated outlook from
upstairs, 2 separate living zones.
Double lock up garage.
176 HAMPTON ROAD
OPEN SAT 1.00-1.45
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555
44B JEAN STREET
OPEN SAT 2.00-2.45
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
HILTON
$895,000
WHITE GUM VALLEY $689,000
Development site in elevated
location, ocean views available
from the potential build! Council
has approved 6 units in 2 x 3
storey structures with the benefit
of residential or commercial
mix. 809m2 land area, plenty
of parking, existing 50’s home
would make great rental prior to
development or land bank for a
rainy day.
Best Buying in the area!
Come and compare! Exciting
restoration of a 2 bedroom 1
bathroom cottage from the
50’s/60’s. Weatherboard/iron,
wandoo floorboards. Living
areas and deck with an ocean
glimpse. Don’t delay!
1 HUGHES STREET
OPEN SAT 12.00-12.45
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555
25 MINILYA AVENUE
OPEN SAT 12.00-12.45
Jinny Henshaw 0418 908 858
The Fremantle Specialists
www.markbrophy.com.au
Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 17
East Fremantle
East Fremantle
East Fremantle
26 East Street
49 Clayton Street
10A Irwin Street
Lifestyle & Locale
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
Need A Larger Home?
BED 4/5 BATH 3 CAR 2
The Comfort of Home
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
• Elevated attractive family home on
sought after street
• Impressive entertainer’s alfresco area
with fully automated vergola roof
• Spacious living & kitchen/dining areas
• Fantastic parent’s retreat complete
with separate study and balcony
overlooking courtyard and treetops
• Just metres to recreational facilities,
schools, parks and the river
PRICE $1.085 - 1.165M
• Be amazed by the size and space of
this 2 level home
• 4 large bedrooms
• Big study or 5th bedroom
• 3 separate living areas
• Sunny rear garden
• Fabulous location just off George St
• Lock up garage
PRICE $1.195M
• Nestled in a cosmopolitan historic
precinct offering an enviable easycare lifestyle
• Luxurious contemporary dual level
residence
• Private and secure
• Modern granite topped kitchen with
Ilve cook-top and dual ovens
• Open plan living area plus separate
lounge/theatre
• Massive garage/workshop
PRICE $1.29M
INSPECT
Sat 11.45 - 12.15
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
Attadale
INSPECT
Sat 12 - 12:30pm
CONTACT
Clare Hickey-Shand
[email protected]
m 0424 593 136
t 9339 1006
North Fremantle
7a Ince Road
INSPECT
Sat 2 - 2.40
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
North Fremantle
12 Feeney Street
63 Harvest Road
BED 4 BATH 2 CAR 2
Priced To Sell
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
First Time Offered
BED 4 BATH 3 CAR 2
PRICE FROM $1.59M
• Modern 2 level home with great
versatility
• Large kitchen and dining with
plenty of cupboards, corian
benchtops
• Three spacious double bedrooms
plus study
• Three courtyards and plunge pool
• Low maintenance, easy care
gardens, live the lifestyle!
• Directly across from park and just
metres to the river
PRICE $1,175,000
• Quality modern home in truly
stunning location
• Just four homes back from Perth’s
best riverfronts
• Your own boat pen on private jetty
• Four spacious bedrooms with
separate study/fifth bedroom
• Balcony with fantastic river views
• Great versatile layout with two
separate living areas
PRICE $2M PLUS
• Stunning 2 year old modern residence
INSPECT
with bold, sophisticated finishes
Sat 11 - 11.40
• 3 separate living zones
• Kitchen with a full complement of
CONTACT
Bosch appliances
Todd Grierson
• Luxury outdoors with resort style
[email protected]
heated pool and entertaining area
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
• Alarm system, intercom & integrated
data wiring
• Zoned ducted r/c a/c
• Perfect for those considering building
Bicton
Bicton
The Best of Modern
Design
1/86 Petra Street
INSPECT
Sat 1.15 - 1.45
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 12.30 - 1pm
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]rdproperty.com
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
Hamilton Hill
14 Crewe Street
20 Harfleur Place
Location & Lifestyle
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
First Time Offered!
BED 4 BATH 3 CAR 2
First Time Offered!
BED 3 BATH 1 CAR 2
• This contemporary 8 year old
street front home is your ticket to
stress free riverside living
• Large galley kitchen with stainless
steel appliances
• Alfresco overlooking retained easy
care YARD
• Dbl garage with extra storage
• Small group of 5 (no strata fees)
• A short stroll to vibrant shopping &
café precinct & transport
PRICE $740,000
• Prime position metres to the river
• Candidate for a spectacular
renovation
• Multiple living areas
• 827sqm elevated position
• Sprawling YARD with studio & pool
• Capitalise on the potential
• More than a home...a lifestyle
PRICE All offers
presented
INSPECT
Sat 1 - 2pm
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PRICE From $449K
INSPECT
Sat 12 - 12.40
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
CONTACT
Nicola Fleet
[email protected]
m 0403 969 227
t 9339 1006
Quiet culdesac location
Modern kitchen with dishwasher
Flexible floor plan with room to extend
Reverse cycle aircon & security alarm
Main bed with BIR & remote shutters
Convenient yet coastal location
Perfect first home or investment
Fantastic value for money!
INSPECT
Sat 11 - 11.40
CONTACT
Nicola Fleet
[email protected]
m 0403 969 227
t 9339 1006
yardproperty.com
Page 18 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014
15 Blackwall Reach Parade Bicton
BED 4 BATH 3.5 STUDY 1 CAR 3
POOL 1
SIZE 908 SQM
Tuscany On The Swan
Nestled along one of the Swan River’s most alluring and tightly held enclaves, this timeless European inspired
estate provides the perfect vantage point to enjoy the passing maritime parade.
Set on a substantial 908 sqm allotment behind stately iron gates, the home’s distinctive architectural features,
refined styling and inherent quality ensure a sense of understated luxury.
A grand foyer entrance welcomes you to a family functional floor plan where generous living and accommodation is
split over two levels. The design provides practical separation with each room enjoying a unique river perspective.
The theme of space and privacy is continued to the outdoors where manicured gardens and terraced alfresco
provide the ultimate zone for year round entertaining.
An inspiring riverside residence for those looking to maximise the lifestyle benefits of this highly sought after
precinct.
• Three large separate living zones
• Decadent master suite with Juliet viewing balcony
• Gourmet Corian topped kitchen with premium appliances
• Study and separate library nook with inbuilt cabinetry
• Stunning 17.67m lap pool
• Secure gate access with video intercom and electronic alarm
• Huge 3 car garage with extra storage for family toys
INSPECT
Saturday 15th November
1.00 – 1.40pm
AUCTION
Onsite Saturday 6th December
at 1pm
DEPOSIT
$100,000 on the fall of the hammer
SETTLEMENT
30, 45 or 60 Days
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
yardproperty.com
Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 19
dethridgeGROVES Real Estate
9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
FREMANTLE
Saturday & Sunday 11.00-11.45am
Call for Details Saturday 1:15pm to 2.00pm
• Lots to love about this tastefully renovated 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom cottage
• Spacious living and well-appointed kitchen/dining with French doors
• Shady front verandah and rear covered outdoor entertaining
space
FREMANTLE
• Surrounded by white picket fence and mature trees on 489sqm corner lot
1 JOSLIN STREET, HILTON - Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150
NEW
Mid $600,000’s
Call to View
From $1,295,000
• Spacious 5 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
• Well appointed 2 year old 3x2 home
• Quality fittings, open living & alfresco • Well maintained & renovated home
• Twin garage on rear 410sqm + driveway • Possibility to subdivide into 3 lots (STCA)
FREMANTLE
46A NICHOLAS CRESCENT, HILTON
Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150
3 ORD STREET, FREMANTLE
Shirley Baker 0418 915 120
Call for Details
• Steeped in history, c1890’s 2 level, 1 bedroom warehouse apartment
• Vast open plan living with timber floors, high ceilings and sash windows
• Study nook, bedroom/sitting area upstairs with en-suite FREMANTLE
bathroom
• Secure off-street parking and fantastic lifestyle in this inner city locale
42 CLIFF STREET, FREMANTLE
Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150 - Linda Digby 0402 122 267
NEW PRICE
FREMANTLE
Sat 12.00-12.45pm
FREMANTLE
Sat 10.00-10.45am
NEW
High $500k
• North facing 1960’s 3x1 brick home
• Covered patio and jarrah floors
• Landscaped gardens on 386sqm
11 MORRIS STREET, BEACONSFIELD
Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150
Sat 1.30-2.00pm
$395,000
• 2 bed, 1 bath, 1st level apartment
• Secure complex with private balcony
• Very close to Freo city & river precinct
2/1 FORREST STREET, FREMANTLE
Margo Pinkerton 0418 942 858
NEW PRICE
Sat 11.15-12.00pm
$865K-$885K
Sat 2.15-3.00pm
$898K-$930K
Offers Over $495K
• Brand new fabulous lock & leave
• 3 bedrm, 2 bathrm, open plan design
• Fully landscaped with retic & garaging
Sat 10.45-11.30am H$900s-Early $1M
• Stunning remodelled limestone home
• 3 levels, 3 large bedrooms & 2 bath
• Provincial & tranquil gardens
• Upgraded & extended 4x2 family home • Generous 3x2, modern family home
• Multiple living areas + adult retreat
• Spacious open plan living on 747sqm
• Large in ground pool on 766sqm lot
• Undercover deck + double garaging
Best Offer Over $650,000
Call for Details
Call for Details
8B ASHBURTON TCE, FREMANTLE
Hayden Groves 0411 615 582
11 NEMAGOLD GROVE, COOGEE
Lisa Garic 0428 945 946
Sat 12-12.45pm
77A EDELINE STREET, SPEARWOOD
Lisa Garic 0428 945 946
11C MCCLEERY ST, BEACONSFIELD
Lisa Garic 0428 945 946
Margo Pinkerton 0418 942 858
Offers Over $515K
• Elevated 581sqm building block
• 378sqm elevated vacant land
• Has approval for Oswold family home • Fabulous northern orientation
• Within walking distance to central Freo • Prime coastal location
2 O’HARA STREET, BEACONSFIELD
Linda Digby 0402 122 267
$570,000 Neg
15 ELIZABETH ST, WHITE GUM VALLEY
Mary Burns 0413 749 944
Please Call for Details
• Well positioned 381 sqm allotment
• 670sqm fully prepared allotment
• Stone wall & boundary fences in place • Astonishing 180 degree ocean views
• Potential ocean and Garden Island views • Approved plans for 5bdrm/3 stry home
5 AGNES ST, BEACONSFIELD
Mary Burns 0413 749 944
12 AMELING RISE, FREMANTLE
Hayden Groves 0411 615 582
dethridgeGROVES Real Estate
9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
Page 20 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014
dethridgeGROVES
REAL ESTATE
dethridgeGROVES Real Estate
9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
Saturday 12.30-1.00pm
$450,000
• 1 bedroom, two level inner city apartment situated amongst pretty zen gardens
• In one of Fremantle’s earliest warehouse conversions with own private courtyard
• Very secure & quiet complex with remote control access FREMANTLE
&
reverse cycle air con
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
• Professionally managed strata with amazing location right in the heart of Fremantle
3/3 ELLEN STREET, FREMANTLE - Margo Pinkerton 0418 942 858
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
Saturday 1.15-2.00pm
64A SAMSON STREET, WHITE GUM VALLEY
Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150 - Linda Digby 0402 122 267
NEW PRICE
NEW PRICE
FREMANTLE
Sat 10.00-10.45am
$865,000
• Beautifully proportioned & versatile 2 level home with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms
• Light filled north facing open plan living connecting to rear patio
• Three living spaces, home office and easy to maintain established
garden
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
• Parking for 3 to 4 vehicles on a 565sqm rear strata with own driveway
$460,000
• Energy efficient studio plus workshop
• Nth facing, solar panels, grey water etc
• Rear 332sqm with landscaped gardens
11A MORRIS STREET, BEACONSFIELD
Lauri Curtain 0422 748 150
Sat 12-12.45pm
Mid $600,000’s
• Enchanting house on Limerick Way
• Open plan living with romantic appeal
• North facing rambling cottage garden
97a HOLLAND STREET, FREMANTLE
Linda Digby 0402 122 267
Please Call for Details
• Charming renovated 3x1 cottage
• Open plan living, new kitchen & bath
• Parking for 3-4 vehicles on 369sqm
28 CHADWICK STREET, HILTON
Lauri Curtain 0422 748 150
Sat 1.15-2.00pm
$625K-$650K
• A tranquil retreat on the pace of Freo
• 2 levels with north facing orientation
• 1-2 bedrooms, courtyard & parking
22A ARUNDEL STREET, FREMANTLE
Mary Burns 0413 749 944
NEW PRICE
Call to View
From $1,200,000 Call to View
• Appealing c1920’s home on 961sqm
• Potential for modern family extension
• Large & relaxed back garden
11 OAKOVER ST, EAST FREMANTLE
Mary Burns 0413 749 944
Sat 10.30-11.30am
$1,300,000
• c1900 stone 3brm family home with pool
• Expansive ocean views & 3 living spaces
• Lockup garaging & 2.5kW solar panels
67 SWANBOURNE STREET, FREMANTLE
Lauri Curtain 0422 748 150
$445,000 Sat 2.45-3.30pm
$1,395,000
• Prestigious South Beach Estate
• Spacious 2 bedroom apartment
• Great find in well managed complex • 4 bdrm, 2 master suites + 3 living zones
• Open plan living, alfresco & pool
• In popular East St/George St precinct
31/46 EAST STREET, EAST FREMANTLE 13 BREAKSEA DR, NORTH COOGEE
Shirley Baker 0418 915 120
Mary Burns 0413 749 944
Margo Pinkerton 0418 942 858
Hayden Groves
Principal
Shirley Baker
0418 915 120
Linda Digby
0402 122 267
Lisa Garic
0428 945 946
Sat 11-11.45am
$839,000
Call to View
Offers from $560K
• Stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home • Centrally located town house
• Interactive living & high walled gardens • Currently rented for $550 per week
• 2 bedrooms + balcony with ocean views
• Quietly tucked away with garaging
82B SOUTH STREET, FREMANTLE
Jan Ladhams 0438 251 0516
7-10 STIRLING STREET, FREMANTLE
Lisa Garic 0428 945 9460
Sat 2.15-3.00pm
Call to View
$775,000
$685,000
• Contemporary, 2 level, 3x2 home
• Stylish & well maintained townhouse
• Open plan living & lush c/yard garden • 3 bed, 2 bath & high walled garden
• Easy stroll to local school & cafés
• Parking for 2 & a short stroll to Freo
97A MARMION STREET, FREMANTLE
Linda Digby 0402 122 267
Christine Majeks
0402 762 601
Margo Pinkerton
0418 942 858
Jan Ladhams
0438 251 051
19/88 HAMPTON RD., FREMANTLE
Margo Pinkerton 0418 942 858
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 21
ONLY 7 STUNNING
APARTMENTS LEFT!
DONT MISS OUT ON THIS FANTASTIC
OPPORTUNITY STARTING
FROM $385,000.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION. SECURE WITH JUST A $10,000 DEPOSIT.
Sales Office Open: By appointment.
25 O’Connor Close, South Beach.
Enjoy modern, stylish living just 200m from stunning South Beach and only minutes
from Fremantle’s famous cappuccino strip and nightlife. Be in your element.
Sharon Grey - Pindan Realty + 0417 926 385
Glenn O’Connor-Smith - ACTON + 0413 545 044
ElementsSouthBeach.com.au
Page 22 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014
FREMANTLE
3 NORMAN STREET, FREMANTLE
FROM $595,000
OLIVE COURT, MOVE INTO BY CHRISTMAS
2
1
1
No need to wait to move into your new home, these immaculate high quality apartments are ready to move into before Christmas. Secure
yourself a brand new 2 bed, 1 bath modern home in the heart of Fremantle built by bespoke builders Cottesloe Construction. A builder with
a reputation for attention to detail and absolute quality.
Over the complex of 10 exquisite units you have your choice of upstairs apartments with huge balconies of around 35 sqm, or downstairs
your choice of private courtyards also over 30sqm and up to 69sqm. The apartments have been designed with outdoor living in mind to take
advantage of the beautiful weather.
Freshly built with an interior that will impress – a modern contemporary look with open plan living designed to incorporate your indoor outdoor
areas, whether it be courtyard or balcony / alfresco – it’s a fantastic place to relax or have the friends over to entertain. The kitchen is fitted
out with BOSCH dishwasher, Ariston stove, oven and washing machine.
Carpet in the 2 bedrooms with huge mirrors on the doors to a BIR with shelving. Tiles throughout the rest of the house with floor to ceiling tiles
in the sleek looking bathrooms. Alarmed, fitted with ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, your own locked storage space plus a bike rack
area this is truly a life styler’s find.
Easy to clean and very low maintenance, lock up and leave or stay local and enjoy all the fine things Fremantle has to offer. Whether that
is a walk to Galati’s for fresh produce, Frank’s Butcher Shop for something to put on the bbq, or many of the small cafes, restaurants, and
boutique bars this area has to offer. Perhaps a day at the beach or on the boat is more to your liking, your choices are endless.
For the astute investor you have a brand new 2 bedroom property only walking distance to Fremantle Hospital, Fremantle proper, and a
plethora of public transport options for travel to all parts of Perth.
Potential tenants can register with us now for an exciting opportunity.
HOME OPEN: THIS WEEKEND & NEXT, SAT 10AM-12PM & SUN 1.30PM-3.30PM.
COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE VAN ON SITE, SATURDAY 15TH
BRAD RAYNOR
0414 425 338
[email protected]
GLENN O’CONNOR-SMITH
0413 545 044
[email protected]
ACTON FREMANTLE 253 CANNING HIGHWAY, EAST FREMANTLE PH: (08) 9319 3022 WWW.ACTON.COM.AU
Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 23
Never look back
3
2
2
1
370 m2
FOR SALE
ALL OFFERS PRESENTED
4PM, 2ND DECEMBER 2014
PRICE GUIDE $1,299,000 +
(SELLER RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO SELL PRIOR)
CONTACT
AWARD WINNING MASTERPIECE
13 Barrow Crescent NORTH COOGEE
Former “Home of The Year” constructed by Buildwise
oozing cutting edge design & stylish top end finishes
Fabulous South Beach location, walk to the beach
Resort-style pool-side entertaining, C-Bus & Security
3 living rooms including a home theatre
for pure indulgence
OPEN
Sat 15th November 2014 1:00pm - 1:45pm
mintrealestate.com.au
Page 24 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014
Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885
M 0417 977 525
P 9339 7777
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
Never look back
4
2
2
CONTACT
52 Attfield Street FREMANTLE
Superbly renovated turn of the century character
home with a commanding elevated position
High ceilings, floorboards and fireplaces throughout
Fabulous colonial style kitchen with Neff
and Miele appliances
Huge double garaging plus an abundance of storage
OPEN
Sat 15th November 2014 11:00am - 11:45am
mintrealestate.com.au
Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885
M 0417 977 525
P 9339 7777
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
FOR SALE
CLASSIC CHARACTER
MEETS CONTEMPORARY CHIC
ALL OFFERS PRESENTED
4PM, 2ND DECEMBER 2014
PRICE GUIDE $1,299,000 +
(SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO SELL PRIOR)
534 m2
Fremantle Herald, Saturday November 15, 2014 - Page 25
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BREAKAWAY SOCIAL GROUP. Meets every
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Palmyra. Cost of $10. Includes Ballroom Dancing, Live
band and a free supper, Senior. For more information call
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half hour free. There is a way
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FREMANTLE BRIDGE CLUB has supervised
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duplicate Bridge with assistance and advice from a friendly
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session
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who have a fun game and then tea/coffee and cake/
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9-45 every Sunday morning. Ring Marion 9335 7829 for
more information
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confidential, open to all and no fees are charged. For more
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3491. Sponsor: HEALTHWAY – Act-Belong-Commit www.
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MEDITATION AND SACRED SONG, 2nd and
4th Wednesday of month, 7pm, beginners and
experienced welcome, Hamilton Hill, gold coin donation,
Susan and David, 9494 2079
NATUROPATH available for free consultations and
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PARA-QUAD GARAGE SALE Sunday 16
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Shenton Park (Car Park No. 3) Furniture, household goods,
clothing, toys, books www.slfwa.org.au
REMEMBRANCE DAY at ANZAC Cottage.
Remembrance Day will be commemorated at ANZAC
Cottage on Sunday November 9th from 10 am to 4pm.
Enhanced by the “Field of Remembrance” consisting of
white crosses dedicated to fallen service men and women
from Australian conflicts, the Service will begin at 10:45am.
The Cottage, situated at 39 Kalgoorlie St, Mt Hawthorn
will be open for visitors and a talk on how and why ANZAC
Cottage was built in one day in February 1916 will take
place at 11:30. People are welcome to register for a free
white cross to commemorate their fallen service people in
any Australian conflict by visiting http://www.trybooking.
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calling 0411 44 55 82 or emailing [email protected]
au. Entry by donation and light refreshments available for
a gold coin
SING SING SING Groups and individual lessons
choir. Melville and Fremantle. Beginners welcome.
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SILENT AUCTION OF A CLASSIC 1964 VW
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on Saturday November 22nd from 8:30am - 1pm. 162
Hampton Road Beaconsfield. The Full AMOUNT of the
highest TOTAL BID [that exceeds the reserve price] will
be donated to support the work of IGWR-Nepal and will
directly be used to make a real difference to the lives of
children in Nepal
ST PAULS HERITAGE FAIR. Saturday 8:30am
- 1pm on November 22nd. 162 Hampton Road
Beaconsfield. A delightful time to visit this unique Heritage
precinct; a once a year event that offers a breakfast,
brunch and lunch and an opportunity to get some
Christmas shopping done; knowing that every dollar helps
with maintaining this heritage icon in Beaconsfield
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week Beginner Courses start
7pm Monday 30 November,
9am Saturday 5 November,
7pm Wednesday 9 November,
5:30pm Tuesday 2 December.
10 Wray Ave Fremantle.
malayoga.com.au or
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BOWEN Therapy is a gentle yet
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& couples- for anger
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men’s issues and retirement
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work and family conflict.
Mindfulness-based therapy
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MORNING (10am) Yoga
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Thursday Beginners,
Friday General/Beginners,
Experienced teachers all
classes, Air Conditioned, All
mats and props provided, Free
parking. Full schedule online.
Beginners welcome. www.
jyoga.com.au 0418 923 791,
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MORNING Yoga (2 week)
Intensive - Strengthening your
practice, Starts November 17th
Mon 6am, Register online $200,
places limited www.jyoga.
com.au 0418 923 791 146
Carrington St O’Connor
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swedish or stronger therapeutic.
In tranquil Palmyra location.
$65/ 1 hour or $85/ 1.5 hours.
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PILATES 6:30-7:30am. St
Pauls Church Hall. Enquiries
Andrea 0419 214 045
REFLEXOLOGY: Josi, formerly
working at Fremantle Markets,
has new premises in East
Fremantle. Please call 0410
688 362 for reflexology session.
Member of RAA
SATSANG. Daily satsang with
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SUNDAY morning Gentle
Yoga at South Beach starts
again 7:30am. Join us on
the lawn around 100m North
of South Beach Café, close
to the footpath that ends no
dog area. Enjoy the beautiful
scenery while practising yoga in
a general class tailored to suit
everyone; on a donation basis.
Session ends with a relaxation/
meditation around 9am.
Contact Kitty: 0423 309 295
or just come along with matt,
towel, blanket or pillow if
required
WAVES YOGA BY THE SEA
commencing 1st December.
Mon - Fri 6am & 7.15am.
One hour classes suit all levels.
Ocean Drive, South Beach,
Fremantle. $15 or $12 conc. Ph
0409 323 240
IYENGAR yoga, Experienced
teachers, Individual
adjustments, Beginners to
experienced, Air conditioned,
Free parking, Change rooms,
Full Class schedule online www.
jyoga.com.au, 0418 923 791,
146 Carrington St O’Connor
YOGA Classes Daily. Beginners
welcome. Early morning 6.00
- 7.30 am classes with Gerard
are back on - Monday to
Friday. New start time for Paul’s
Tuesday and Friday morning
classes : now 9.30 - 11.00 am.
Ph Nikki 9433 1018 / 0411 796
354. 75 Wray Ave Fremantle.
www.yogavedawellness.com
YOGA – Hatha Style – Gentle
Exercise with experienced
instructor at Samson Recreation
Centre - 44 McCombe Avenue
Samson - Thursday 12.00pm
– 1.30pm $10.50/$8.50 conc.
– all levels welcome - further
information call 9331 8040
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With
Sudhir
November 15 - November 22, 2014
ARIES (Mar 21 – Apr 20)
It’s not a week for getting your roots
down. It’s more a week of setting your
sites and figuring out how to fly high. If you get too
hard-nosed with your will, life will resist and fight back.
Consider out-of-the-box options. Re-vision yourself.
Communicate all you feel, to those who count.
TAURUS (Apr 21 – May 20)
There’s no fighting or denying all the energy
in Scorpio. As you thrive on simplicity, so
Scorpio seems to evoke every kind of complexity
imaginable. This is your buried opposite that you are
seeing. It would be best to embrace rather than avoid
it. What are you emotions trying to say?
GEMINI (May 21 – June 21)
When confronted directly, your
standard defence is to discombobulate
into a thousand dancing pieces, leaving all and sundry
completely confused. Life is approaching indirectly. You
can’t resist. Your willingness to discover the land of
emotion, feeling and intimacy, is switched on.
CANCER (June 22 – Jul 22)
Old habits die hard. The Leo Moon,
at the beginning of the week, has you
doing your level best to push the river. Fortunately it’s a
passing aberration. It won’t take you too long to identify
the error of your ways – at which point you will relax
and attune, letting the river carry you.
LEO (Jul 23 – Aug 22)
Emotionality won’t work. Being
grandiose, or bombastic, isn’t going
to deliver the outcomes you are after, either. A melting
heart will though; one that is full of love, vulnerability
and openness. When that’s put into place, you will be
able to jump gleefully into a fresh labour of love.
VIRGO (Aug 23 – Sept 22)
It will be emotional insight that serves you
best this week Be sure that your feeling radar
is on. Know when others are feeling on, and when they
are just a little bit off. Be the canary in the coalmine.
Your friendships in particular, will be well served by you
being on the money.
LIBRA (Sept 23 – Oct 23)
Peace, justice, harmony and a general
increase in consciousness, are what
you stand for and what the world needs. The North
Node of the Moon is ensuring you don’t forget, even
as things appear to be going in the opposite direction.
Stay true to who you are, no matter the resistance.
SCORPIO (Oct 24 – Nov 21)
There are now four planets in
Scorpio. This is a quadruple
blessing. Venus is soothing the hard edges of Saturn.
It’s all very well to be engaged in the Saturnian business
of steadily increasing one’s wisdom, but if there’s no
love, joy and playfulness involved, then it’s not very wise.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 – Dec 21)
There is nothing more beautiful than the
innocence with which the average Centaur
person walks into all sorts of crazy scenarios. With so
much action in Scorpio at the moment, it is guaranteed
there are some crazy scenarios presenting themselves.
Gallop feely into unknown territory,
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 – Jan 19)
As long as you stay in touch with your
emotion and intuition, you’ll be dancing.
The moment you forget, there’s every chance you’ll
land in a reactive place. Your strength is certainly
available at the moment, thanks to Mars, but you are
not going to be able to use it without awareness.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 – Feb 18)
No matter what events are flailing around
you, this week you can find nothing but
optimism running through your veins – or rather in the
electrical circuits in your brain. Somehow you sense
that everything is panning out the way it should, even if
not always in a logical manner.
PISCES (Feb 19 – Mar 20)
Mostly, the gods are treating you
kindly. Where there’s a challenge,
it’s a healthy challenge. The astrological ambience is
heavily influenced by Scorpio at the moment. This is
making life intense and emotionally focussed. Life is
also feeding your sense of direction good healthy food.
© M.J.Dean 2014
Sudhir
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