Home' Yorke Peninsula Country Times : November 13, 2012 Contents AUSSIE muscle cars will
be on display at a show 'n'
shine in the Wallaroo
Community Sports Club
car park on Cornish Ter-
race this Sunday, Novem-
ber 18, from 8am-
The event will conclude
the inaugural Aussie Mus-
cle Car Run, which is tour-
ing around the state in sup-
port of the new Leukaemia
Village in Adelaide for
About 40 cars of the
1965-75 Bathurst era left
Adelaide yesterday (Mon-
day) and will spend this
week travelling almost
3000 kilometres to the
South East, Riverland, Iron
Triangle, West Coast and
back via Wallaroo.
Entrants had already
raised about $140,000
before the run started.
Local enthusiast Copper
Coast Councillor Bill
Clarke and his wife Janet
have entered their 1970
Bill has donated his
sponsorship fee to pro-
mote next year's Kernewek
Lowender and Cavalcade
of Cars and Motorcycles as
he travels the state.
"I've covered both sides,
front and rear of my GT,
with Cornish Festival pub-
licity, so I'll be quite a
mobile advertisement for
the 2013 festival," Cr Clark
"In addition, I'll be
handing out leaflets pro-
moting the festival and
entry forms to the caval-
cade for those interested."
The cars which will be
featured at the Wallaroo
show 'n' shine include
Monaros, Toranas, Charg-
ers and Falcon GTs as well
as a Mustang, Camaro,
Corvette and a 1965 HD
Holden. The X2 version of
the HD was raced at
"Please come along and
support the teams at the
Sports Club on Sunday
morning, November 18,"
District Council of the
Copper Coast mayor Paul
"Join them for a hearty
breakfast after viewing
For details about the run
and the route being trav-
elled, visit www.aussie
The site includes a link
to Bill Clarke's Team
Copper Coast Cornish
Festival should you wish
to donate to the
10 Yorke Peninsula Country Times Tuesday, November 13, 2012
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SHACK lessees within national parks would
have similar rights and benefits to those on
crown land under a draft private member's bill
introduced into parliament by Liberal MLC
Michelle Lensink to amend the National Parks
and Wildlife Act.
It comes after an earlier bill to amend the
Crown Lands Management Act in relation to
crown lease shacks.
"Since then, through broader consultation
with shack site lessees, it has come to my atten-
tion some of the shack sites, most notably at the
Coorong, Pondalowie Bay and Little Dip, are in
fact leased under the National Parks and
Wildlife Act and require separate legislation to
enable them to avail themselves of the same
benefits in that bill," Ms Lensink said.
Shacks at Shell and Dolphin beaches within
Innes National Park would also be covered
under the bill.
"The result will be to provide an incentive for
lessees to upgrade and improve their shacks for
the benefit of those facilities and the environ-
ment," she said.
The conditions in the new clause would be
almost identical to the proposed new section of
the Crown Land Management (Life Lease Sites)
Amendment Bill, in that leases would be for
five years with a subsequent right of renewal
and leases could be transferred with the con-
sent of the relevant authority.
Lessees within Innes National Park pay up to
$4000 per year in lease fees to the Department
of Water and Natural Resources and are the
only leaseholders in the state who, along with
their guests, are also required to pay park
Muscle cars heading to Wallaroo Bill introduced
for shack leases
POLISHED PROMOTION... Car enthusiast Bill Clarke, Kernewek Lowender executive officer
Rosemary Cock and District Council of the Copper Coast mayor Paul Thomas with Bill's Falcon GT,
which is emblazoned with advertising for next year's Kernewek Lowender.
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