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IN the hope of helping others, a Healesville man has told the story of his experience with depression and anxiety via a smartphone film featured at a festival in Sydney.
Adrian Jeffs documented his lifelong experience with mental illness in a short film, A Good Day to Die, which he shot completely on his iPhone 6 Plus.
The film features scenes from the Yarra Valley and around the state, while Mr Jeffs narrates his story of how living with depression and anxiety impacted his relationships and his life.
The aim of the film, Mr Jeffs said, was to reduce the stigma of talking about mental illness, to raise awareness and to help with suicide prevention.
“Every suicide has a tragic effect on family and friends,” are words that appear on the screen at the end of the film, along with statistics about suicide.
The film was featured over the weekend at SF3 (SmartFone Flick Fest) in Sydney, and though Mr Jeffs didn’t walk away with an award, he said he was pleased to have his film featured and to spread his message.
“I kind of put myself out there to be ridiculed, but it was about the message,” he said.
But the response to the video, he said, had been “amazing”.
“It was really interesting, from friends from back in the fun times, (they) never had any idea – so it shows how well it can be hidden,” Mr Jeffs said.
He urged people who might be experiencing symptoms of mental illness, or who need someone to talk to, to seek help in their friends, their family, and organisations such as beyondblue.
“They say suicide is a long-term solution to a short-term problem – you never know what the next stage is going to bring,” Mr Jeffs said.
SF3 is a festival dedicated to films shot entirely on smartphones, but Mr Jeffs said the method was a “whole new world of filmmaking” and that he used a grip, a microphone and a lens attached to his phone to create high-quality films from the device.
He said he was inspired by the “pocket filmmaking” movement and the work of Jason van Genderen.
“This is kind of my thank you to him – it’s come out better than I thought,” Mr Jeffs said.
To view Mr Jeffs’ film, visit youtu.be/hl_0_iRA43M.
Lifeline provides a 24-hour crisis support hotline on 13 11 14.
For more information about mental health support, visit www.beyondblue.org.au.
YARRA RANGES ATHLETICS
THE Yarra Ranges Athletics members were spread far and wide over the weekend.
Five athletes travelled to Canberra to compete in the Australian Cross Country Championships and there was a fantastic turnout of club athletes at the Club Cross Country Championships at Morrison Reserve.
It was a windy, bitterly cold day in Canberra for the Australian Cross Country Championships held on the purpose built Stromlo Park cross country course.
Teams from every state and territory in Australia plus a team from New Zealand produced big fields and some excellent races.
A deceptively tough course fully tested every athlete making the eventual winners very deserving.
Kiara Flavel was the best performed Yarra Ranges Athletics athlete with an excellent third place in the Under 11 Girls 3km race.
Maddie Laven was close behind in 8th place, leading their team to a third place and bronze medal. Sam Norton was in touch for most of his Under 14 Boys 3km eventually finishing in a strong 7th place, with his team finishing second.
Georgia Laven and Lily Peacock were part of a very big and competitive Under 16 Girls 4km race.
Georgia finished 22nd with Lily 12 seconds behind in 31st place.
A similarly cold, biting wind greeted Yarra Ranges athletes at the club’s annual cross country championship day.
The task, to be one of the first three runners over the line to win a medal, meant the heat was on right from the start.
With some runners away at nationals and other events, opportunities were there for the taking.
Thanks went to all who helped out on the day to made it a huge success.
Next week is the cross country presentation day at Hedgend Maze.
An opportunity for the club and their families to get together for a fun day, recognise all the achievements over the cross country season, enjoy a fun relay, barbecue and all the fun and games available at Hedgend Maze.
For information on how to join or trial, photos, results and updated news, visit yarrarangesathletics.org.au or check out the Facebook page.
YARRA Ranges Athletics competed at the Knox Little Athletics Club cross country open day on Saturday— an opportunity to fine tune preparations for State Cross Country Championships next weekend.
Also up for grabs was the Perpetual Open Day trophy for the champion club.
A large turnout of club athletes and some exceptionally loud cheering saw the club retain the trophy for the third consecutive year.
Some outstanding performances across all age groups from Under 6s to open / over age on the day were undoubtedly the result of support from fellow club members.
The senior club members competed in AV XCR16 Round 7 on Sunday; the 10km and 3km road races at Albert Park with all races finishing on the Lakeside Stadium track.
Next week, the club is competing at State Little Athletics Victoria State Cross Country Championships at Cruden Farm, Langwarrin.
If you are not competing, why not come along to support the club athletes at this historic venue.
For more results, visit yarrarangesathletics.org.au or check out the Facebook page.
CLOUDY conditions but no rain had the competition turned upside down after some wins and losses over the weekend.
Mount Evelyn bounced back from their loss, while Healesville endured a tough game against Emerald.
Monbulk keep alive their finals hopes, while Upwey-Tecoma surprised Wandin with a two-point win and Olinda won in a low tight scoring game against Woori Yallock.
Powelltown have made it tough for themselves, losing to Kinglake by four points after indirect kicking came back to bite.
Alexandra share top spot with Kinglake after a solid win against Seville.
Seville are still an outside chance to make the five.
Yea now sit fifth after an impressive win against Yarra Glen which now find themselves sharing third spot with Gembrook-Cockatoo after they had a good win over Yarra Junction.
Meanwhile, things heat up again next week when Olinda Ferny Creek play host to Healesville which will be a fight for top spot.
Division 1 Seniors Football
Mount Evelyn 12.17 (89) d Belgrave 9.16 (70)
Mount Evelyn jumped out of the blocks with eight scoring shots to five and took a 13-point lead into quarter time.
Indirect kicking caused headaches in the second, but were able to hold Belgrave to only two points while kicking 1.7 to increase their lead to to 24 points at the main break.
Mount Evelyn were able to get their possession game going in the third, kicking 5.3 to 2.5 in the third to take a lead of 40 points into the last quarter.
Belgrave mounted challenges to Mount Evelyn in the last quarter kicking 6.5 to 3.2, but left their run too late with Mount Evelyn securing a 19-point win.
Mount Evelyn Best: G. Gosland, M. Sheehan, D. Kift, L. Francis, A. Chalkley, C. Carmody (2 goals)
Belgrave Best: M. Puts, J. Brown (1 goal), P. Gough (1 goal), T. Marks, D. Bilston, E. Clasby
Healesville 14.19 (103) d Emerald 11.7 (73)
Healesville were never really challenged by Emerald but the Emerald camp would be reasonably happy with their performance on Saturday.
Healesville started off brightly of the two teams kicking 2.6 to 1.1 to have an 11-point lead heading into the second quarter.
Healesville had the ascendancy in the second quarter, kicking 7.3 to 2.1 to take a 44-point lead at half-time.
Emerald outscored Healesville in the third, kicking 4.2 to 3.5 and 4.3 to 2.4 in the last quarter.
However, despite outscoring the hosts in the second half, Healesville were able to secure a comfortable 30-point win over Emerald at the Don Road Complex on Saturday.
Healesville Best: N. Mende, S. Gordon (2 goals), A. Davies (1 goal), B. Murphy, J. Nugent, S. Donkin
Emerald Best: L. Joiner, B. Moloney (4 goals), L. Sheppard, N. Jansen (3 goals), A. Davy, M. Thomas
Monbulk 18.10 (118) d Warburton Millgrove 14.11 (95)
Monbulk have kept their finals hopes alive with a good come-from- behind win on Saturday.
Warburton were on fire in the first, kicking 6.4 to 3.2 to take a handy 20-point lead into the second quarter.
Monbulk had a minor win in the second quarter, kicking 3.2 to 2.4 to reduce the margin to 16 points at half-time.
Andrew White was causing problems for Monbulk up forward and would need to shuffle their defence around to be able to make a difference in the last half.
Monbulk put out the challenge in the third, kicking 5.3 to 4.1 to keep chipping away at Warburton’s lead with Warburton only holding a two-goal lead, heading into the last quarter.
Monbulk continued to dominate the contest in the last quarter, kicking 7.3 to 2.2 to come away with a confidence boosting 23-point win.
Monbulk Best: S. Gough (4 goals), S. Williams (2 goals), D. Werts (2 goals), L. Jurey, B. Emmett (1 goal), S. McBride (2 goals)
Warburton-Millgrove Best: T. Marr, T. McKail, A. White (6 goals), J. Iacono, P. Sharp, J. Mullan
Upwey-Tecoma 20.8.128 d Wandin 18.18.126
This was a game for forwards; and with Dan Waters kicking nine and Michael Fowkes bagging seven, the crowd was not disappointed.
Ladder leaders Wandin were able to hold an 18-point lead at quarter time with Wandin continuing to dominate in the second, kicking 6.4 to 4.2 to enhance their lead to 32 points at the main break.
Despite Wandin dominating the first half, Upwey-Tecoma found their way into the match in the third quarter kicking 7.1 to 1.4 to take a one-point lead heading into the last.
It was a real shoot out in the last; however, the Tigers were able to hold, kicking six straight goals to Wandin’s 5.5 to secure a thrilling two-point win in one of the upsets of the season.
Upwey-Tecoma Best: J. Hackett (3 goals), I. Krijt (1 goal), K. Grenda, B. Duncan, D. Waters (9 goals), B. Oates (1 goal)
Wandin Best: T. Merlino (1 goal), Jarrod Bayliss, M. Fowkes (7 goals), B. Chapman, J. Ladner, J. Myers (1 goal)
Olinda Ferny Creek 11.12 (78) d Woori Yallock 7.9 (51)
Olinda Ferny Creek hold top spot by percentage after their win over Woori Yallock on Saturday.
The first quarter was a close contest, with both teams having the same amount of scoring shots.
However, the visitors were able to take a five-point lead heading into the second quarter.
Olinda held Woori Yallock goalless in the second while increasing their lead to 19 points heading into the main break.
Despite being scoreless in the second quarter, Woori Yallock were able to find their kicking boots in the third, outscoring Olinda by kicking four straight to Olinda’s 3.1, but were unable to string back-to-back goals with the visitors kicking three goals to Woori’s one in the last to secure a comfortable 27-point victory.
Olinda-Ferny Creek Best: N. Keegan, M. Hottes, B. Walter (3 goals), J. Rankin, L. Hill, D. Wilson (1 goal)
Woori Yallock Best: B. Monkhorst (4 goals), K. Thompson, H. Smith (1 goal), J. Adams, S. Kennedy, R. Smith (1 goal)
Division 2 Seniors Football
Alexandra 18.7 (115) d Seville 11.11(77)
Alexandra have certainly had their finals hope firmly under their own control and a big win over Seville has put them in equal top spot with two rounds remaining.
Alexandra started off where they left off last week, kicking 5.3 to 2.2 and took a handy lead of 19 points in to the second quarter.
Alexandra continued to dominate in the second quarter with another five-goal quarter, extending their lead to 36 points at half-time.
Seville outscored Alexandra in the third, but it was not enough to have any impact on the final result with another four goals by Alexandra in the last quarter seeing them secure a comprehensive 38-point win.
Alexandra Best: J. Purcell, B. Norris (5 goals), S. Steiner (1 goal), B. Woollard (1 goal), J. Steyger, C. Heaslip
Seville Best: T. Groen, J. Neal (4 goals), J. Wathen, J. Pignataro (5 goals), J. Wilson
Kinglake 19.13 (127) d Powelltown 16.27 (123)
Powelltown have shattered any chance of playing finals after their close four-goal loss to Kinglake on Saturday.
Kinglake dominated the first quarter, kicking 5.4 to 1.7 to hold a 21-point lead heading into the second quarter.
Despite Kinglake dominating the first quarter, Powelltown were able to find the big sticks in the second kicking 5.4 to 4.4 to reduce the margin down to 15 points.
Powelltown continued their second quarter form in the third, kicking 5.8 to 4.1 to reduce the margin down to two points.
Powelltown at this stage had 30 scoring shots to 22 and should have been well and truly in front.
It was all down to who was going to be the most efficient in front of goal in the last and, as the scoreline shows, it was not Powelltown, with Kinglake kicking 5.8 to 6.4 to see them secure a thrilling four-point win.
Kinglake Best: B. Robinson (1 goal), A. Whelan, R. Mallison, E. Robinson, L. Forsyth (6 goals), G. Hibberd (3 goals)
Powelltown Best: G. Newing (3 goals), J. Ford, M. McLaughlin (4 goals), K. Larsen (1 goal), W. Dore, L. Middlemast
Yea 15.19 (109) d Yarra Glen 11.9 (75)
Yarra Glen have dropped to third on the ladder after a 109-75 loss to Yea on Saturday.
The first quarter was a tight affair with both teams testing each other out with scores tied up at 3.4 apiece.
Yarra Glen were able to get their running game going and the midfield was desperate to get the ball, kicking 5.3 to Yea’s 1.3 to give them a 24-point lead into the main break.
Despite Yarra Glen dominating the second quarter, Yea were able to outscore Yarra Glen in the third, kicking 4.6 to 2.2 to reduce Yarra Glen’s lead to just seven points at three quarter time.
Yea continued to dominate in the last, kicking 7.6-to-one goal to secure a comfortable 34-point win in the end.
Yea Best: H. Jarvie (3 goals), R. Aldous, T. Butterworth, J. Flynn, P. Evans, B. Cunningham (2 goals)
Yarra Glen Best: L. Hoffman, M. Ashton, K. Hudson, A. Smith, A. Moate (2 goals), J. Smith (4 goals)
Gembrook-Cockatoo 15.17 (107) d Yarra Junction 9.11 (65)
Gembrook have possibly put an end to Yarra Junction’s hope to play finals this season.
Yarra Junction had all the play in the first quarter, kicking 5.3 to Gembrook’s 1.3 in the first quarter.
Gembrook were able to get their game going in the second to bounce back with a 4.5 to 1.3 second quarter to reduce the main down to four points at half-time.
After the half-time, Gembrook continued to dominate the contest and on the scoreboard kicking 10.9 to Yarra Junction’s 3.5 to come away with an impressive 42-point win.
Gembrook-Cockatoo Best: C. Vernal (3 goals), T. Whytcross (1 goal), S. Richardson (1 goal), S. Nuutinen (3 goals), J. McLean-Brunton (2 goals), P. Gramc
Yarra Junction Best: E. Wadsworth, B. Wragg, D. Lever (3 goals), F. D’Agostino, J. Black (1 goal), T. Wheeler (3 goals)
Thornton Eildon: Bye
Under 18s Football
Wandin 20.14 (134) d Woori Yallock-Powelltown 2.5 (17)
Wandin Best: H. Byrne (1 goal), A. Marsh (7 goals), M. Dall (4 goals), J. Byrne, J. Molluso (1 goal), M. Smith
Woori Yallock-Powelltown Best: J. Smith, J. Mead, R. Whitworth, R. Diclaudio, M. Arnold (1 goal), P. Jenkin (1 goal)
Monbulk-Seville 11.3 (69) d Kinglake 9.6 (60)
Monbulk-Seville Best: H. Emmett (2 goals), T. Wills (2 goals), B. Jennings-Allen, N. Wall, J. Paternoster (2 goals)
Kinglake Best: B. White (2 goals), L. White (1 goal), D. Mercuri (2 goals), S. Cormack, S. Slater, S. Perkins (1 goal)
Mount Evelyn 29.10 (184) d Yarra Glen 4.6 (30)
Mount Evelyn Best: M. Oultram (13 goals), B. Forbes (4 goals), J. Beamish (2 goals), A. Johnson, M. Gibbons, C. Applegate
Yarra Glen Best: S. Gommers, B. Binion, J. Clare (1 goal), T. Evans, T. Hodgett (2 goals), L. Phillips
Warburton Millgrove: Bye
Upwey Tecoma: Bye
A Grade Netball
Wandin 84 d Upwey Tecoma 58
Wandin Best: Jackie Cullimore (54 goals), Samantha Coppinger, Ruby Tidd
Upwey-Tecoma Best: Kaylea McQuade, Samantha Silvester (44 goals), Mikaela Kuhlwind
Warburton Millgrove 56 d Monbulk Hawks 48
Warburton-Millgrove Best: Bridget Nix, Briannon Dodd, Alice McKenna (35 goals)
Monbulk Hawks Best: Tahlia Northey (44 goals), Paige Whitworth, Olivia Crook
Belgrave 83 d Mount Evelyn 39
Belgrave Best: Lauren Bennett (64 goals), Jennifer Dewhurst, Jessica Brady
Mount Evelyn Best: Kelsey Eslick, Hannah Urquhart, Jacqui Black
Healesville 59 d Emerald 39
Healesville Best: Hayley Parrott, Alexandra Bryan, Chelsea Connell (29 goals)
Emerald Best: Imogen Kent, Sarah Bertram, Kate Griffin
Olinda Ferny Creek 57 d Woori Yallock 45
Olinda Ferny Creek Best: Tess Linkins (39 goals), Louise Conway, Dana Portarianos
Woori Yallock Best: Bess Schnioffsky, Shannon Gray (33 goals), Victoria Starling (9 goals)
Division 2 A Grade Netball
Yarra Junction 44 d Thornton Eildon 36
Yarra Junction Best: Rachel Young, Cara Moore (19 goals), Catherine Cook
Thornton Eildon Best: Keely Grant (20 goals), Anita Keddell (16 goals), Alesha Davison
Seville 59 d Alexandra 23
Seville Best: Zoe Abbruzzese (23 goals), Rachael Goulding (36 goals), Stacey Abbruzzese
Alexandra Best: Ebony Purcell, Olivia Twining, Rebecca McLeod
Yea 43 d Yarra Glen 39
Yea Best: Jacqui Graham, Meg Sundblom, Megan Leatham
Yarra Glen Best: Chelsea Birchall, Elizabeth Kay (24 goals), Alana Stone
IT IS pretty hard to stop Olivia Weston adding new sports to her already impressive athletics resume.
The Menzies Creek athlete, 17, has already been a state champion on the bike, a HPV mainstay and also loves to dabble in netball and mountain-biking.
But her latest passion came with a ticket to the national championships, after she qualified to represent Athletics Victoria at the National Cross Country Championships in Canberra.
Weston earned her place after a top-10 finish at the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships in the Under 18s Girls category.
“I raced against all the other girls in my age group – Under 18s – and from there, it was the top 10 that get picked and go straight into the national championships and I placed fourth in my age group,” Weston said.
“Last year I just missed out, so this year I really wanted to make it and I never want to put things in my head at the start of the race, but when I did get in I was pretty happy.”
She goes in with a clear mind and a great focus on each step around the Stromlo Forest course … other than that, she’s trying not to get ahead of herself.
“I guess it’s my first race doing the nationals, so I think just doing my best and my coaches will help me get prepared for it,” Weston said.
“Chris and Anna Macdonald – they’ve helped me do my personal best – but I’m not trying to expect anything though.”
But what about the dreaded ‘choice’ that a lot of young dual-sportspeople seem to go through at her age.
Well … Weston isn’t picking anything that stops her pursuing the next great sporting opportunity and she thinks her multi-faceted sporting life gives her great advantages.
“You need endurance and great fitness for all of these sports and it definitely helps (playing different sports),” Weston said.
“I’ve been playing centre and wing attack in netball and need a lot of running for that.
“I’ve enjoyed all of them, but I’ve been doing more and more running and I’m really enjoying it.
“I want to keep doing all the different sports I’ve been doing and not just focus on one … and hopefully do my best in all of them.
“I’ve had an active family and the school has always been into sport too, so I’ve always loved sport and getting outdoors so I guess it’s a good fit.”
She wanted to thank her parents, the school and her coaches, Chris and Anna Macdonald, for their support.
Weston’s campaign at the Stromlo Forest cross country course in Canberra begins on Saturday, 20 August.
THE Waterwheel Gallery in Warburton is forging ahead with its latest exhibition, Magic Metal Makeovers.
The exhibition by the Wandin Blacksmiths’ Group opened on Saturday with exactly the diverse range of pieces you would expect when you empower four men and one woman with a hammer, a blazing forge and the challenge of creating amazing metalwork.
The individual approach to the craft of the artisans, Fritz Rappold, Paul Cacioli, Evelyn Young, Terry Marshall, and Oscar Huecherig, makes for an exciting exhibition of works from the practical to the purely and delightfully decorative.
All sorts of things from dragons and candlesticks to fireside sets, shipwrecks, gumleaf key rings, miniature tools and prickly flowers are reconstructed from everyday cutlery!
The exhibition showcases the passion and skill members of the group have for the ancient craft of blacksmithing, with all the pieces hand-made in the traditional way.
Works can be purchased, or orders taken.
It’s the first exhibition by the group outside their home base of Mont De Lancey Historic Homestead in Wandin and will be on show until 31 August.
HAVING blitzed the Victorian Drama League Awards with the ghost thriller ‘The Woman In Black’ in 2013, RedFox 3 Theatre Company is preparing to share the scare and put Yarra Valley audiences on the edge of their collective seats.
Described variously as ‘a terrifying trip through time’ to a ‘theatrical spine-chiller’, Stephen Mallatratt’s stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story has been produced in 40 countries and is now in its 28th year in London’s West End.
It was the perfect choice for director Justin Stephens’ newly-established Redfox 3 when Chris Mclean and Kieran Tracey performed at The Basin Theatre in 2013.
The production took gold in best set, lighting, sound, actor in a drama (Chris Tracey), director in a drama (Stephens) and Best Drama Production overall.
Chris McLean joins the original crew for performances at the Arts Centre in Warburton on 20 and 21 August, and at The Memo in Healesville on 27 and 28 August.
A ghost story like no other, the scene is set when a lawyer, obsessed with a terrible curse he believes haunts him and his family, hires a young actor to help unburden the memory of The Woman in Black.
Stephens said delivering the chill down the spine of the audience relied on the storytelling of the actors.
“They do that incredibly well,” he said.
Combining old and modern theatrical techniques, the production relies on atmosphere, hints, glimpses and suggestions, heard and sometimes only half-seen.
“We’ve had grown men sitting with arms crossed, saying this is not going to scare me, and they’ve screamed the loudest,” he said.
“It’s wonderful to get that reaction, and as actors and directors to feel that tension in the room.”
Stephens who lives with his young family in Chum Creek said he was looking forward to bringing The Woman In Black even closer to home and to audiences with whom he is wanting to create an ongoing connection.
“I’m keen to catch up after each performance to speak to local people about the types of shows they want to see in the valley,” he said.
Tickets can be booked through 1300 368 333 or online at http://goo.gl/9foF06.
HEALESVILLE High School students will be taking to the stage at the end of the month to present a musical rendition of Legally Blonde, with four shows set to be performed.
Legally Blonde the Musical will be performed from Thursday, 25 August to Saturday, 27 August, with 30 high school students to perform their version of the 2001 hit comedy.
The story follows Elle Woods as she heads to Harvard Law School to try and win back her ex-boyfriend – along the way she decides instead to prove herself as a serious law student.
Director Tent Morison said the school had been preparing for the production since auditions in February and that, with two weeks to go until the show opened, it was all starting to come together.
“The kids have been working really hard, especially in the last few weeks,” he said.
“I’ve got some amazing people around me who are putting it into action.”
He said the production was chosen by the students and that, though the film itself was not a musical, it followed the same storyline.
“It’s still about Elle following her ex-boyfriend to Harvard and trying to win his love, and that message of her overcoming those stereotypes and really pushing herself.”
Mr Morison said 15 past and present students were also working behind the scenes on lighting, technology and sound and that there would be “no lull moments” on opening night.
“You’re always going to be involved in the show, the whole time – it’s bright, it’s colourful,” he said.
“You’re in for a bit of a fun ride.”
The musical will be performed on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 August from 7pm, with 2pm and 7pm shows on Saturday, 27 August.
Tickets are $20, $15 for concession holders or $60 for families of four.
To buy tickets, visit www.healesvillehs.vic.edu.au or call 5962 4088.
LEGENDARY Australian frontman Ed Kuepper will be bringing his unique sounds to the crowd at Sooki Lounge in Belgrave on Thursday 25 August.
The co-founder of the punk bank The Saints is still highly active in the music scene and continues to entertain the masses, most recently during his ‘Lost Cities’ album tour.
On the tour, he has been performing solo and in duo-mode across Australia, during which he has reunited with collaborator Mark Dawson.
The pair collaborated most notably on the celebrated ‘Today Wonder’ and award-winning ‘Honey Steels Gold’ albums.
Between them, they feature two of Kuepper’s most recognisable tracks in ‘Everything I’ve Got’ and ‘The Way I made you Feel’.
Dawson will join Kuepper on stage for the Sooki Lounge show.
‘Lost Cities’ has gained rave reviews, while Kuepper’s performance of new and old material is sure to excite his band of loyal supporters.
Sooki Lounge is located at 1648 Burwood Highway, Belgrave.
For more information, visit www.sookilounge.com.au or contact 9754 7567.