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Local Government Act, 1999
Proposed renaming of a small secton of
the Freeling Railway Yard Reserve as the
'ANZAC Memorial Garden'
Part Allotments 32 in DP 32894 and 33 in
DP 39837, Stephenson Terrace, Freeling
The renaming of the afected area is proposed to recognise a small garden which
will be established within the Freeling Railway Yard Reserve to recognise local
service in the ANZAC armed forces since World War One. It is intended to have
this new commemoratve area completed before the ANZAC Centenary in 2015.
Background informaton including the Concept Plan for the new garden is
available for viewing at the Principal Ofce of Council at 93 Main Street, Kapunda,
or the Branch Ofce of Council at 12 Hanson Street, Freeling. The plan and report
may also be accessed on Council’s website: www.light.sa.gov.au
Submissions (writen comments) with respect to the proposed renaming are
invited from interested persons and must be received by Council (C/- PO Box 72
Kapunda SA 5373 or by e-mail at email@example.com) not later than 5:00pm on
Thursday 28th August 2014. The writen submissions will then be considered in
detail at a subsequent meetng when Council makes its decision.
Should you require any further informaton with respect to this mater, please
contact Council’s Manager, Strategy Mr. Craig Doyle at the Council Ofce (Ph.
8525 3200) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Executve Ofcer
Light Regional Council advises, pursuant to Secton 219 of the Local Government
Act 1999, that it proposes to rename a small secton of the Freeling Railway
Yard Reserve as the ‘ANZAC Memorial Garden’. The following Council-owned
propertes are afected:
• Reserve – Part Allotment 32 in Deposited Plan 32894, Certfcate of Title
Volume 5103, Folio 418, Hundred of Light, and
• Reserve – Part Allotment 33 in Deposited Plan 39837, Certfcate of Title
Volume 5199, Folio 515, Hundred of Light.
The afected area (‘the land’) is identfed by the hatched area below:
Gawler gets into gear
THE Scouts Rally revved up the atmosphere in
Gawler over the weekend, despite, yet again, fail-
ing to draw expected crowd numbers.
It was estimated around 3000 people attended the
Gawler Showgrounds Super Special Stage over the two
days, down from the 7000 organisers were hoping for.
However, this week organisers told The Bunyip spec-
tators saw significant improvements from last year's
"We learned a lot last year and we did a lot to im-
prove it," Scouts Rally SA marketing manager Ryan
"All the community groups that got involved with
the event were telling me on Saturday night they were
all sold out.
"If they're sold out, we're doing something right."
Following last year's underwhelming turnout of 1200
people, organisers joined forces with Gawler Council
to create a bigger and better event this year, which saw
changes to the course, timing and entertainment.
"I've had a lot of feedback that the revised course was
better for spectators," Mr Jones said.
"I know a lot of residents really appreciated the fact
that we weren't shutting Nixon Terrace."
Mr Jones said the inaugural Gawler Cup, won by
former Australian rally champions Cody Crocker and
Greg Foletta, was among the big crowd pleasers.
Mr Jones said around 2000 spectators filled the
Gawler Showgrounds on Saturday while Sunday saw a
thinner crowd of around 1000.
"In advance, we actually pre-sold more tickets for
Sunday," he said.
"I'm not sure whether it was because there was a
(horse) race (at Gawler) scheduled for the same day but
we didn't have very many on the Sunday compared to
"I do think that hurt us and certainly something we
will look at for next year, to cut down on silly clashes
He said spectators may not be the key to measuring
the event's success in Gawler.
"If we can return a significant economic benefit to
the town of Gawler with those kind of crowd numbers,
then perhaps that's what we're looking for," he said.
Mr Jones said he hoped the event could be staged in
Gawler again next year.
Gawler Council chief executive Henry Inat agreed
the event was a success.
"It would have been nicer to have a bigger crowd
there but notwithstanding, everybody that did attend
had a great time and the community groups that were
involved in selling their wares, they had a productive
couple of days, so, I think, overall, it was another suc-
cessful event," he said. Meanwhile, rally driver Jack
Monkhouse and co-driver Darren Masters escaped se-
rious injury after they crashed during the Mt Crawford
leg of the race on Saturday.
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Peter Jones and Matt Woods racing to the nish line
during Scouts Rally SA on Saturday.
Gawler Classic Car Club volunteers Don and Margret
Raggatt with Gavin Launer helped set up for the
Gawler Super Special Stage of Scouts Rally SA.
Rally team Scott Pedder and Dale Moscatt
celebrate their East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally
Championship round four win on Sunday in Gawler.
INSET: Lyndoch driver Kristian Wohlstadt with
partner Alison Short took to the track for their rst
race during the Scouts Rally over the weekend.
PHOTOS: Alec Urquhart
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