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From the Principal

Trinity Staff Celebrating Ten or more Years of Service
This week and next week we are celebrating 19 staff members who have completed 10 or more years of service at Trinity Anglican College.
The College began in 2002 with the humblest of beginnings. Legend has it that, on the day when Bishop John Farrer first commissioned the College, the school buildings had not yet arrived. Student interviews were conducted in a plastic chair under a gum tree! In September 2002, Trinity consisted of 17 students and two classrooms at St James on Urana St, Lavington.
In the following year, Trinity relocated to Elizabeth Mitchell Drive in Thurgoona; just a handful of students and staff in some makeshift classrooms on a dusty paddock, some ten kilometres from the centre of Albury.
Nearly 15 years later, Trinity Anglican College has more than 1150 students and around 120 staff across two campuses: Thurgoona and Baranduda. Today, the College is a vibrant community with first-class facilities and a reputation for academic excellence and personalised pastoral care.
Next week, in our End of Term assemblies, we will pay tribute to the members of staff who have dedicated 10 or more years to Trinity Anglican College. We who enjoy the College today are beneficiaries of their sacrifice and service. For ten or more years they have carried the Trinity flame, inspiring hundreds of students and shaping this College as the premium school of choice in the Riverina area.
Thank you to our staff who have served at Trinity Anglican College for ten years or more.
Justin Beckett

From the Deputy Principal

ANZAC Day falls on Tuesday 25 April, the day before students return to school. It would be great to see as many students as possible attend the ANZAC Day parades, in both Albury and Wodonga. To be part of the Trinity group, students are asked to be dressed in full winter uniform. This includes the red jumper for all students in Prep/Kinder to Year 9 and the blazer for Year 10-12 students.
In Wodonga, students need to assemble outside the RSL Club in Havelock Street at 10.40am. The ANZAC Day service will commence at 11.00am at Woodland Grove where our Campus leaders will lay a wreath on behalf of the College.
In Albury, students should assemble in Macauley Street on the south side of Dean Street at 8.45am. At the conclusion of the march, school groups will turn left at the corner of Dean and Townsend Streets, where parents can collect their children between Dean and Smollett Streets. All students will be asked to remain with the staff until they are collected by a parent.
Please remember that, should a student be wearing medals of a family member, they are to wear them on the right breast. Only veterans may wear medals over the heart on the left breast.
Next term students are required to return to school wearing their winter uniform. Please remember that this includes the College tie for all students and the outer garment is the College red jumper for students in Prep/Kinder to Year 9, with the College blazer for Years 10 - 12.
Peter O'Neill
Deputy Principal

Chaplain's Reflections

Year 8 RAVE conclude Term 1’s work with a look at Lent and Easter. Last week, one of my students asked me a cracker of a question about the Easter story:

“Reverend Bryn, did Jesus really rise from the dead or is that a metaphor?”

I thought to myself, ‘I’m not going to leap to an answer here,’ so I just replied, “Great question!”.

How would you have answered it? My answer was, “Yes and yes.” ‘Yes’, it really happened and ‘yes’ it is a metaphor.
  1. Yes, it happened. Something dramatic must have occurred to transform a small band of disciples cowering in a locked room for fear of the authorities, into a fearless community with a clear message and purpose. Something ‘real’ must have empowered them and inspired them to risk their lives daily. Some revolutionary kind of thinking must have gotten under their skin to move them with compassion to serve the poor and the marginalised in their society – a society that only had time for the wealthy and the strong. Something must have happened to effect all that change and I know it is a faith statement but I am prepared to call that something, ‘Resurrection.'
  2. Yes, it is a metaphor. Of course it is! Metaphors are a way of pointing towards mystery, and the Resurrection is nothing if not a mystery. We need metaphors when things are too big and too deep to understand. Metaphorically, the Resurrection says that love and life triumph in the face of hate and violence. Resurrection means that God is among us and comes equally to all of us with the invitation to live and to become fully human. The metaphor of Resurrection says that the tomb is empty, that God is on the loose and that love triumphs.
Resurrection is the metaphor Christians choose to make meaning of their lives (or perhaps it chooses them?). Resurrection means that after dying (in all of its forms) there is new life and that life and love always win in the end.

On the cross, Jesus followed love to its outer limits, refusing to give in for a moment to love’s opposite - to any soul-shrinking thoughts of self-justification, anger or retaliation. If there was any vindication for Jesus on the cross, it was by proving that love was what he always said it was – the only truly transformative, redemptive force in the cosmos. As the writer of the first letter of John said: “God is love and those who live in love, live in God.”

Here is thanks then, to my anonymous Year 8 thinker (you know who you are!) for such a good question! God bless you and your family with life and love in its fullness, as you contemplate the true metaphor of Easter.
Rev'd Bryn Jones
College Chaplain

From the Director of Studies

Disability Provisions for HSC Examinations
The Board of Studies offers special consideration for the examinations of students who are experiencing significant disadvantage because of conditions that impair their ability to perform in the examination setting.  In order to access this consideration, students must undertake an application process.  Students who think that they might be eligible are encouraged to speak to me. 

Year 11 & 12 Study Hall
The College is offering students in Years 11 and 12 the opportunity to work in a study hall environment two afternoons a week.  These study sessions have proved popular during Term 1.

In Term 2, there will be an alteration in that these sessions will take place from 3.15pm-4.30pm Monday and Thursday afternoons, downstairs in the south building of the Senior School.  Students will be able to access study and writing tips and will receive study assistance from the supervising teachers. 

NAPLAN 2017 – 9-11 May
During Week 7, letters detailing NAPLAN information were distributed to all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 to take home to their parents.

In May 2017 the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) will be completed by all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 in all government and non-government schools. NAPLAN has the support of all State and Territory Education Ministers and will assess the literacy and numeracy learning of students in all Australian schools.

The results of the tests will provide important information to schools about what each student can do, and will be used to support teaching and learning programs. Parents will receive a report indicating their child’s level of achievement. Each student’s level of achievement will be reported against the national minimum standard.

The tests will be conducted across Australia for all students from 9-11 May 2017.
 Tuesday 9 May  Wednesday 10 May  Thursday 11 May
 Language conventions
 (Spelling, Grammar and  Punctuation)
 Reading  Numeracy
In the Numeracy tests, students do not require any measuring tools such as rulers or protractors. In Years 7 and 9, the Numeracy test is divided into two parts: one where a calculator is allowed and one where calculators are not to be used. For the calculator portion, the students should use the calculator that they currently use at school.

Friday 12 May – A ‘catch-up’ day is scheduled for students who missed a test or were absent on a test day.

Students may be considered for exemption from the tests if:
  • they are newly arrived in Australia (less than one year before the test) and with a language background other than English, or
  • they have significant intellectual disability and/or significant co-existing conditions that severely limit their capacity to participate in the tests.
All other students are expected to participate in the tests. Disability adjustments that reflect the student’s normal level of support in the classroom may be provided. Large print, braille and black and white versions of the tests are available for students with vision impairment.

Access to disability adjustments or exemption from the tests must be discussed with either Mr Steven Armstrong for students in Years 3 or 5, or Ms Kym Armstrong for students in Years 7 or 9, and a parent or carer consent form must be signed. Students may be withdrawn from NAPLAN by their parent or carer. This is a matter for consideration by parents and carers in consultation with the principal. If you wish to withdraw your child from the tests, you must sign a parent/carer consent form. Consent forms are available from the College.

Please make an appointment if you would like further information about your child’s participation in NAPLAN. For students in Years 3 or 5, contact Mr Steven Armstrong, Head of Junior School.  For students in Years 7 or 9, please contact Ms Kym Armstrong, Director of Studies.

Additional information about NAPLAN can be found at:
Please contact me if you have any queries about these matters.
Kym Armstrong
Director of Studies

From the Junior School

The past fortnight saw many students involved in programs that endeavour to enrich and extend their learning. It was a delight to witness the students rise to the challenges and to hear the excitement in their voices as they took part in each of the activities. Year 1 had a wet and wonderful experience at the Jindera Pioneer Museum as they took in the many sights and experiences from earlier times.

World’s Greatest Shave: It was wonderful to discuss this with a number of students who took up the challenge to raise funds for this worthy cause. Their level of awareness and maturity belied their young years.

Grand Time with Grand Parents: The staff and students are looking forward to sharing their school with these special people.

Parent Helpers: The College is indebted to parents who are willing to give of their time, energy and expertise. The list has been now sent to the teaching staff and parents should expect a call or e-mail requesting assistance in various activities.

Working Bee: The Junior School campus has been excited by the planning and creation of the new garden. The working bees are integral parts of the process and the gardens will form an important part of the teaching programs that ensure real learning experiences.

Athletics Carnival and Cross Country: This will have concluded today and students should be tired after a busy week of running, jumping and throwing. We often celebrate the achievements of the students but also should recognise the hard work of the staff in organising events. Mr Clark deserves much praise for all his work in setting up the carnivals and ensuring their smooth running.


Final Assembly: The end of Term 1 Assembly will be held at the College on Friday April 7 starting at 9.05am. This should conclude at 10.05 am.

ANZAC Day: This occurs on the Tuesday prior to the start of Term 2. It would be great to march with as many students as possible to recognise the importance of this time in the Australian calendar. The College ANZAC Service for the Albury campus will take place on Thursday April 6.

As this is the final newsletter for the term, I would like to wish all students and families an exciting, peaceful and healthy holiday. I hope you have a happy Easter.

Dates for the Diary
  • Grand Parents Day: Monday 3 April starting at 1.30pm in the MPH
  • Infants Athletics and Cross-Country: Tuesday 4 April starting at 12noon at the Albury Campus
  • Year 4 Trade Day: Wednesday 5 April from 9–10.30am in the MPH
  • College ANZAC Service: Thursday 6 April from 10-11am in the MPH
  • Junior School Albury End of Term Assembly: Friday 7 April  9.05–10.05am in the MPH
  • Staff PD Day (Pupil Free): Monday 24 April
  • ANZAC Day: Tuesday 25 April, Albury ANZAC March
  • First Day Term 2: Wednesday 26 April
Steven Armstrong
Head of Junior School

Wodonga Campus News

Fruits of the Spirit Award
Well done to the awardees of our Spirit of Peace Awards:
  • Prep – Freya Dean                        
  • Yr 1 – Alice Talbot-Cunningham
  • Yr 2 – Sam Reid
  • Yr 3 – Lithuka Siriwardana
  • Yr 4 – Abby Proctor
  • Yr 5 – Vinuthi Siriwardana
  • Yr 6 – Emily Franolic

15 Merit Awards 
 Maeve Boyle  Raeghan Abbott  Riley Edwards  Indi Crosthwaite
 Lucas Honeychurch  Fallon Locke  Hudson Gray  Charlie McFarlane
 Sophia Feillafe  Hayden Brawn  Flynn Byrnes  Keira-Lee Leonard
 Cooper Hillas  Eamonn Boyle  James Bohun  
Thanks to our Hot Lunch Helpers
Student enjoyed another fabulous hot lunch day.  A special thanks to our wonderful helpers Janelle, Kate, Maria, Donna, Anthea, Kelly & Marie and to the House family, Bakers Delight, for helping with the bread rolls.  
Year 6 Windsurfing
On Friday 10 March, Year 6 students ventured off to Yarrawonga for a Windsurfing Day. Despite being ‘becalmed’, everyone had a great day and managed to windsurf and paddleboard their way about Lake Mulwala. Thanks to our parent volunteers too. 


The True STEAM Experience
Year 6 enjoyed a STEAM experience with students from Wangaratta Cathedral College and Cobram Anglican College, focusing on sustainability, design, science and the arts.


Jindera Pioneer  Museum - Year 1W joined Albury students for a trip to Jindera Pioneer Museum where they explored items and shared group discussion. Plans to take part in old-fashioned games were thwarted by the weather but a great day was had by all!

Tennis Trials
Congratulations to those who trialled for SSV Tennis Trials recently, including Isabell Reid, Lucas Honeychurch and Sienna Plested. Everyone persisted and played some great games, and Sienna was selected to attend the SSV Hume Region Tennis Championships in Wangaratta on Thursday 30 March. She won all her draw card matches and then played in a tie- breaker final with the top girls from the other draw card. Congratulations to Sienna for being selected to compete in the next level.
Bus Travel
For those students who travel to school by bus please note that, due to the Victorian school holidays, there will be no school buses operating on the last week of Term One – from Monday 3 to Friday 7 April. Parents will need to make their own arrangements to get students to school.

The Campus will hold the annual Trinity ANZAC Day Service in the Campus Hall on Thursday 6 April at 11:50am. All parents and friends are most welcome to attend.
Preparations are also well underway for the Wodonga RSL Anzac Day Parade and Service to be held on Tuesday 25 April – before we recommence for Term 2. The Dawn Service will commence at Woodland Grove at 5.45am and the March will assemble at 10.15am and move off from Havelock Street at 10.40am.

During the 11:00am Service, to remember the fallen and represent the College, our School Captains will lay a wreath for the fallen, at the Cenotaph.

Wodonga Dates for the Diary:  
  • Daylight Savings ends Sunday 2 April
  • Grandparents’ Day Monday 3 April 9.15am
  • Infants Sports Activities, P/K-2 Tuesday 4 April, Albury Campus
  • Easter Hat Parade, Wednesday 5 April,  9.30am, Campus Hall
  • Campus Anzac Day Service, Thur 6 April, 11.50am Campus Hall
  • Term 1 Final Assembly, Friday 7 April 11.50am, Campus Hall                                      
  • Classes finish for Term 1, Friday 7 April, 3.10pm
  • Staff Professional Development Day – no classes, Monday 24 April                      
  • Wodonga RSL ANZAC Day Service, Tuesday 25 April, 10.15am Havelock Street, Wodonga  
  • Term 2 commences, Wednesday 26 April                      
Chris O’Loan
Head of Wodonga Campus

From the Director of Sport and Co-curricular

Senior School Athletics Carnival
Senior School students were at their enthusiastic best, all competing in a minimum of one field and track event on Friday 24 March. With such a high participation rate, it is of no surprise there were multiple records broken and a tight finish to the overall Champion House. 
Congratulations to all competitors for their sportsmanship and effort throughout the day, with special mention to Age Champions, the students selected in the BISSA Athletics team, and most importantly, Hoffman, Champion House.
                                                  Senior School Age Champions
 Girls Open  Maggie St John  Boys Open  Hamish Jasper
 Girls 16 Years  Mackensey House  Boys 16 Years  Blake Spencer
 Girls 15 Years  Gemma Fenn  Boys 15 Years  Isaac Hovar
 Girls 14 Years  Amy Auwardt  Boys 14 Years  Paddy Duggan
 Girls Under 13 Years  Zarlie Goldsworthy  Boys Under 13 Years  Sam Harrington
Champion Senior School House
  1. Hoffman
  2. Rosborough
  3. Kelton
  4. Petts
  5. Lankaster
  6. Kimball
Junior School Athletics Carnival
Monday 27 March was the College’s second attempt at the Junior School College Athletics Championships.
Ably led by our Year 10 PASS students, the day was a huge success. Students’ performance on the track and the field was as hot as the steaming autumn day. House Captains led with confidence and were well supported by all team members, with many of our athletes making the transition from the pool to the track effortlessly!
Congratulations to Lankaster for winning back to back Champion House. The College’s BIPSA team looks very capable of taking back the BIPSA Athletics title, when they compete on Thursday, 10 August.
Well done to the following students for their fine individual results:
                                                 Junior School Age Champions
 Girls 12/13 Years  Audrey Adams  Boys 12/13 Years  Lachlan Elgin
 Girls 11 Years   Katie Fletcher  Boys 11 Years  Mark Baker
 Girls 10 Years  Laura Hovar  Boys 10 Years  Harrison Wilson
 Girls Under 9 Years  Siahn O’Sullivan  Boys Under 9 Years  Banjo Flower
 Champion Junior School House
  1. Lankaster
  2. Rosborough
  3. Hoffman
  4. Kelton
  5. Kimball
  6. Petts
CIS Swimming - Primary
Congratulations to Bridie Geraghty, Harry Harrington, Alice Male, Max Neave, Sam Vaccaro and Georgina Carlin-Larsen, who all represented the College at the CIS Primary Swimming Championships on Thursday 27 March.
All reports indicate our Junior School students did themselves proud and showed the level of sportsmanship Trinity College prides itself on. The College team produced many personal best times, highlighting each student’s commitment and dedication. Well done!

Sienna Plested, Year 5 recently participated in the SSV Upper Hume Tennis trials held in Wodonga. After winning her pool matches (6-2, 6-5, 6-4, 6-5) and playing off in a tie breaker final she was selected to represent the College in School Sport Victoria zone in the Hume Region Tennis Championships to be played in Wangaratta. All the best!
Lucas Bladwell, Year 8, recently represented the College at the NSW All School Triathlon Championships. Lucas was successful in being selected in the NSW All School team and will represent the College at the Australian All School Triathlon Championship during the approaching school holidays.
Lucas’ hardwork and determination over the summer saw him awarded runner‑up in the Active Tri Series, held in Melbourne.

Junior Tennis Development Sessions
Budding tennis enthusiasts from Years 2-6 have enjoyed learning the game of tennis on Thursday afternoons with Mrs McAinsh and Patrick Soan.

The focus for the last few weeks has been developing hand-eye coordination, correct racket grip, the ready stance as well as forehand and backhand shots. The last session was lots of fun with the children learning to volley at the net!
Nash Clark
Director of Sport and Co-Curricular

 Disney’s High School Musical On Stage!

As we come to the end of Term 1 we are also coming to the business end of Trinity’s Biannual Senior School Musical, Disney’s High School Musical: On Stage! As usual, the Performing Arts team have been working hard with a large number of senior students to put together yet another outstanding production for your entertainment in Week 2 of Term 2. After great success from Trinity’s productions in recent years we have made the move to the Albury Entertainment Centre where students get the opportunity to experience working in a professional venue and the audience is treated to a superior experience.

Rehearsals for High School Musical are progressing well, with students rehearsing after school two nights a week as well as many Sunday mornings both over the term and the holidays. Mr Spokes and the production band are frantically working on putting together the music for the show while Mr Mancer, Mrs Mordacai and Mrs Fletcher all being working hard to help the students learn their songs, acting, movement and dance.

We look forward to sharing this latest production with you all. It promises to be a great show! We are offering three performances at 7pm Fri 5 May and 2pm & 7pm Sat 6 May. Tickets available from
 Emma Mancer
Co-ordinator of Performing Arts Co-curricular

Tournament of Minds

Tournament of Minds is a problem solving program for teams of students from years 4-6. Students are required to solve demanding, open-ended challenges from one of the following disciplines:
  • Science Technology
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Social Sciences
  • Language Literature
The aim of the program is to enhance student potential by developing diverse skills, enterprise, time management, and the discipline to work collaboratively within a challenging and competitive environment.

In teams, participants are encouraged to explore ideas and produce their best possible solution to a given scenario or problem.  Students develop original ways to communicate this response as they work within a pre-determined set of challenge criteria. On Tournament day (Sunday 27 August), students present their ideas to a panel of judges and an audience in Wagga Wagga.  They are also required to solve a Spontaneous Challenge. The Tournament of the Minds challenge requires students to engage in a rapid interchange of ideas, develop their ability to think critically and creatively, and demonstrate well developed group cooperation skills. Practice sessions will be held after school each Wednesday in Terms 2 and 3. Commitment to the tournament date is essential as team members cannot be exchanged.

Interested students from Years 4-6 are encouraged to attend an information session in 2LN at 11.05am on Wednesday 5 April 2017.

For further information please contact Mrs Lauren Naldrett or visit

Wodonga Gardening and Cooking

This term students who chose gardening and cooking as their after school activity have been taking part in an exciting project. On Tuesdays, the students from Prep to Year 6, Mrs Billington and Mrs Armstrong have been painting tyres to decorate the vegetable garden.
These tyres have been painted blue, green and yellow and our plan is to fill them with soil and plants next term. The tyres will then be placed around the edge of the garden to create a colourful border. The students have certainly shown their painting skills and their persistance in getting the job done! Great work everyone!

Year 1 - Albury and Wodonga
Excursion to Jindera Pioneer Museum

Year 1 have been studying past and present family life within the context of the students’ own world.
Students have been learning about similarities and differences in family life by comparing the present with the past.

They have begun to explore the links, and the changes that occur over time and have been introduced to the use of historical sources. The unit includes an excursion to the Jindera Pioneer Museum which the student enjoyed on Wednesday 22 March.

During the visit to Jindera students attention was drawn to historical items and how they are displayed.  On return the students discussed the artefacts seen on the excursion and followed up with a recount writing session about what they learnt about at the Pioneer Museum. A highlight for many of the students was the outdoor lavatory, the slab hut and horse draw carts and wagons.  It was also very exciting to go down into the cellars and up into the attic. It’s very hard to imagine life without electricity and plastic!


Thankyou to all the parent helpers who came along on the day and braved the wet weather. Thankfully the rain cleared after we arrived and we were able to explore all areas of the museum.
Year One Teachers

Auction Fundraiser

Following the postponement of the Auction for Shade fundraising event late last year, we are very pleased to confirm the auction will proceed in Term Two and will be conducted online via Facebook.

By way of reminder, the parents of Trinity Anglican College Wodonga are fundraising to provide the campus with additional shade to protect students from the elements. 

Some of the great donations are listed below: 
*  2 x nights in a 2 bedroom sub-penthouse at Royal Albert Hotel Brisbane
*  2 x Return Airfares with JETGO Airlines
*  Aust Dolphins 2016 Swim Team signed T-shirt
*  Aust Dolphins 2016 Swim Team signed swim cap
*  Australian Cricket Team Signed Shirt
*  Collection of Harry Potter Books
*  Sandstone Urn & Pedestal valued at $600 from Peards Complex Albury
*  $300 accommodation voucher
*  Heated towel rail, 2 x twin shower heads, sink mixer, basin mixer
*  Marketing Package (Boinnici First National Real Estate)
*  Fascinator from new season Collection from Tania Scott Designs (Kit & Nora)
*  1 nights studio accommodation a Quest Wodonga
*  Playstation  & 2 Games (shop display model)
*  Samsung GearFIT 2
*  Ladies Gold Watch from Michael Hill Jewellers
*  4 x Medallion Club Tickets to AFL game 2017 Season
*  Personal Training Vouchers With Karen Plested Personal Training
We encourage the school community to support this initiative which will benefit students for many years to come.

Please like, follow and share the Facebook site “Wodonga Trinity Parents Auction”, and keep an eye out in Term Two as auctions begin to go live.

Sandpit Cooking Equipment Donations

To extend children’s play in the sandpit we are looking for donations of old cooking equipment that would be suitable for sandpit play. Items such as pots and pans, cooking trays, frying pans, colanders, plastic jugs, cups and funnels, cooking utensils such as wooden spoons and spatulas that are ideal for sandpit play.

If you have been meaning to clean out the kitchen cupboards, we would be more than happy to accept all donations big or small.

Please leave your donations at the Infants Centre office for Mrs McAinsh to collect.


From the Canteen

End of Term BBQ
End of Term BBQ will be on Friday 7 April. If you would like to volunteer to assist, please leave your contact details with the Front Office or the Canteen. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Please note that on the day of the BBQ there are no lunch orders at the Canteen.  However drinks, snacks etc are available as usual.  BBQ prices – sausage in bread $2, juice box (junior school) $2, soft drink (senior school only) $2.
Thank you to volunteers Vanessa Matthews, Melanie Sandstrom, An Benoodt, Monica Catalan, Maria Slaughter, and Lisa Power.
 Week 10B Term 1  Helper
 Mon 3 April  Maria Slaughter
 Tues 4 April  Melanie Sandstrom
 Wed 5 April  An Benoot
 Thurs 6 April  Volunteer Required
 Fri 7 April  Monica Catalan
 BBQ – no lunch orders

Margaret Cochrane
Canteen Manager

Trinity Uniform Shop

A reminder that all students are required to be in their full winter uniform at the commencement of Term 2.
  • Students in Years 10, 11 & 12 need to be in their blazers for the commencement of Term 2. 
  • Boys in Years 10, 11 & 12 need to be in the taupe trousers. 
School Holiday Trading
The Uniform Shop will close for the school holidays from Thursday 6 April at 5pm, opening for holiday trading on Thursday 20 April from 9am-4pm only.  The store will re-open and return to regular trading hours on Wednesday 26 April at 8.30am.
Cathy Katsoolis
Uniform Shop Manager

Community Announcements

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Thurgoona NSW 2640
Telephone: (02) 6049 3400
Facsimile: (02) 6049 3490
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Baranduda VIC 3690
Telephone: (02) 6049 3480
Facsimile: (02) 6020 9125
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