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Murray Street, Nuriootpa
Barossa Valley Toyota
175 Mur ray Street,
T 08 8563 2188
[A] Recommended drive away pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles purchased by 28/2/2017 unless offer extended. Recommended drive away price shown includes 12
months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. [A4] Recommended drive away pr icing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers.
Offer available on demo vehicles purchased by 31/03/2017 unless offer extended. Recommended drive away price shown includes the balance of 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty.
comparison rate available to approved personal applicants and a 0% annual percentage rate is available to approved business applicants of Toyota Finance to finance eligible Camry Petrol and Aurion demonstrator vehicles. Excludes Camry Hybrid. Finance applications must be
received and approvedbetween 01/01/2017and31/03/2017.Maximum financeterm of48monthsapplies. Terms,conditions,fees andcharges apply.ToyotaFinance reservesthe righttochange,extendorwithdraw an offeratanytime. Comparison ratebased on a 5 yearsecured
consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Toyota Finance is a division of Toyota Finance
Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 392536.
Offer applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles purchased by 28/2/17 unless offer extended.
ComplimentaryOnRoads includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory thirdparty insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stampduty. † Offer applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, andprimary producers only at participating dealers.
Offeravailableon vehiclespurchasedby28/2/17unless extended.Accessories mustbeordered attime ofpurchaseunless otherwiseagreed withDealer. Totalbonus includes costofdealer fitmentforaccessories. Certaingradesofvehicle may besubjecttoLuxuryCar Tax. Toyota
Genuine Accessories are not applicable to all models/grades. Consider the mass of your load to ensure you will not exceed the maximum allowable individual axle capacity, Gross Vehicle Mass and/or Gross Combined Mass of the vehicle. Refer to the current Accessories brochure
or visit www.toyota.com.au for details on warranty and toyota.com.au/vehiclepayload for details on vehicle payload, to help determine Accessories suitable for your vehicle. Accessory colours shown may vary from actual colour due to the printing process. All Toyota Genuine
Accessories purchased and fitted to a Toyota are war ranted for the remainder of the New Vehicle Warranty or 12 months, whichever is greater. Toyota Genuine Accessor ies purchased from an authorised Toyota Dealer over the counter are warranted from the date of purchase
for one year. Conditions apply, please see you dealer for more. [B] The Bluetooth® word mark is owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Not all devices will be compatible and functionality varies depending on the device. [C] Toyota Link is available on certain vehicle models and grades only.
Toyota Link services rely on data from the driver’s compatible mobile phone and information provided by third parties. Availability is dependent on a number of factors, including the availability of third party information, mobile service, sufficient mobile data allowance and GPS
satellite signal reception. Mobile usage is at the user’s cost. Toyota Australia reserves the right to add, remove or modify applications. Compatibility with smartphones will vary according to model and operating system. Further information (including smartphone compatibility)
is provided at www.toyota.com.au/toyotalink
It’s a whole new feeling!
ACROSS THE 2016
HILUX 4X4 RANGE
INCLUDES REGO, CTP,
AND STAMP DUTY
2016 COROLLA ASCENT SPORT HATCH CVT
7” Touchscreen Audio with Bluetooth® [B]
Connectivity and Toyota Link[C]
CAMRY ALTISE PETROL
6.1” Touchscreen Audio with Bluetooth® [B]
Connectivity and Reversing Camera
pay no more than
WORTH OF FITTED TOYOTA GENUINE ACCESSORIES† ACROSS THE
2016 PRADO, RAV4, FORTUNER & KLUGER RANGES
More options for Barossa
Leisure Options clients
Barossa Leisure Options (BLO) clients
will have a greater choice of services in
2017 as new disability service providers
prepare to move into the region.
After 22 years of providing quality,
diverse and unique activities and
experiences for people with disability,
the Barossa Leisure Options (BLO)
programme will officially conclude on
June 30 following a recommendation
by Council’s funding partner, the
Department of Communities and Social
Inclusion, and the reference group for the
BLO Transition Project.
As a result of funding changes, BLO
activities may wind up earlier than
June 30 if clients choose an alternative
service provider and BLO groups become
In this event, remaining clients will
be referred to DCSI but are encouraged
to contact the Department directly to
discuss their options.
The Barossa Council CEO, Mr
Martin McCarthy said the new funding
arrangements promote consumer choice
“DCSI funding has been individualised
for clients, giving them the freedom to
choose their own provider,” he said.
“In the event that any Barossa Leisure
Options group activities conclude earlier
than planned, remaining clients will be
given two weeks’ notice and be referred
to Disability SA for assistance to find
another service provider.
“To reach this decision we have
undertaken extensive market research
involving one-on-one interviews with
clients and contractors.
“Also, DCSI has advised us that this
approach is in the best interests of
all stakeholders and ensures the best
outcomes for BLO clients.”
Prior to the transition project, there
were four service providers operating in
the region but a high level of collaboration
between stakeholders has encountered a
further six indicating their intention to
offer services to people with disability in
the region in the near future.
“The findings of our research will be
made available to them in the lead up to
June 30 to ensure they are responsive
to the needs of clients and can offer
appropriate and tailored services when
Barossa Leisure Options exits the
market,” Mr McCarthy said.
BLO was originally established in
1998 to fill service gaps in the region,
and has evolved into a programme with
a sound reputation amongst its clients,
the community and funding bodies.
The transformation of disability service
delivery in Australia through the National
Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has
compelled all service providers to assess
their suitably to enter the NDIS market
place, and in May, 2016 The Barossa
Council decided it would not become an
NDIS Approved Provider.
Sir Condor Laucke Award for Excellence
presented by musical director, Thomas Lüdi
to Geoff Nicolai.
Special appreciation certificates presented
by Thomas Lüdi to Oscar Schutz and
Marananga Brass Band Encouragement
Award presented by Thomas Lüdi to John
Band presents awards
Marananga Brass Band held their Annual Social
on November 27 at the Band Hall.
A welcome was extended by the president,
Dennis Tuit, to Life Members, invited guests, band
members, family and friends.
A delicious lunch was provided by Liaison
Catering and awards for the year were presented.
Recipients not present included Ron Doecke,
president’s award, and Gabrielle Bakker, Dennis
Fechner Memorial Trophy for outstanding
improvement and attitude.
The Band had a very busy December: Barossa
Christmas Parade, Angaston Carols, Greenock
Christmas in the Park and Marananga Carols.
Visitors are welcome to attend their practices in
the Band Hall at Marananga on Tuesday evenings
(resuming mid February).
Contact the secretary, Peter Rawlings, on 8562
1206 or 0410 403 963 regarding visiting or general
enquiries. New players always welcome.
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