WIN 4 tickets to Strike Bowling – perfect for the school holidays

Win 4 Free Games of Bowling at Strike Bowling

Thank you to everyone for entering this giveaway. Congratulations to our 3 winners:

A Cleland

N Biviano

S Hinaki-McDade

A great indoor activity for the kids these school holidays is ten pin bowling. No matter what the weather is outside, there is loads of fun awaiting inside.

Strike Bowling Bars in VIC, NSW and QLD offer ten pin bowling alleys, where you and your friends can play a traditional game of ten pin bowling, 7 days a week.

As well as ten pin bowling lanes Strike also have projector screens that play the latest video clips, creating a party atmosphere and keeping you rocking out between turns.

We have 4 games of bowling (to give away to 3 winners) at Strike Bowling so you and the kids can ‘strike’ your stuff these school holidays.

To enter simply tell us your kids favourite indoor activity in the comments below.

Terms & Conditions: Contest open Australia-wide until 9pm AEST Wednesday 25th June 2014, entrants must be aged 18+. 3 winners will be randomly drawn on Thursday 26th June after contest deadline closes. Each winner will win 4 games of bowling at Strike Bowling. We will share the winner’s details on this page, so keep watching. You’ll have 7 days to respond and claim your prize.

Knox Shopping Centre School Holiday and Easter Fun!

Great Easter Activities at Knox Shopping Centre

Victorian families will be able to take advantage of Knox Shopping Centre’s free activities over the Easter and school holiday period.

Children can join in the fun with the much loved Yogi Bear and partake in Easter workshops including Easter basket making and decorating Easter Bunny face masks!

Kids are also invited to take part in Knox Shopping Centre’s exciting Easter egg hunt around the centre on Thursday 21 April.

Little ones can pick up a sheet of clues from the School Holiday Activity Centre to join the hunt for Easter eggs, which will be located in retailer windows in the centre. Once the little hunters have found the Easter bunny eggs, they can return their clue sheet to receive a special prize!

Plus, kids should keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny who will be hopping around the centre from Monday 18 April, handing out free Easter eggs, yum!

When: Activities running between Monday 11 April – Saturday 23 April
Time: 11.00 AM- 2.00 PM Daily
Location: Knox Shopping Centre, 425 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South, VIC 3152
Who: Knox residents and their families

Decorate your very own Easter basket
About –
Join in the fun with Yogi Bear at this great Easter workshop where kids can decorate their very own Easter basket
Dates – Monday 11 – Friday 15 April
Time – 11am-2pm daily
Where – Level 1, near Myer

Easter Mask Decorating Workshop
About –
Kids are invited to join in the fun at this Easter mask decorating workshop where they can decorate their very own Easter bunny mask
Dates – Monday 18-Thursday 21 April
Time – 11am-2pm daily
Where – Level 1, near Myer

Easter Egg Hunt
About –
Take part in this exciting Easter Egg Hunt around Knox Shopping Centre. Find the Easter Bunny Eggs located in the windows of selected retailers to receive your prize!
Date – Thursday 21 April
Time – 11am-2pm
Where – School Holiday Activity Centre on Level 1, near Myer

The Cadbury® Bunny
– The Cadbury® Bunny will be roaming Knox Shopping Centre
Date – Monday 18-Thursday 21 & Saturday 23 April
Where – Throughout the centre

About Knox Shopping Centre
Knox Shopping Centre is a leading regional shopping centre, located approximately 25 kilometers from the Melbourne CBD. It provides customer with a unique shopping, dining, leisure and entertainment experience. The centre is compromised of two distinct precincts being Knox City and Knox O-Zone.

Knox City is a two level, fully enclosed, traditional shopping centre which first opened in 1977. Myer, Target, Kmart, Harris Scarfe, two Coles supermarkets, 16 mini major stores and approximately 280 specialty stores anchor the centre. Knox O-Zone is the outdoor leisure, dining and entertainment component of the centre, anchored by Village Cinemas, which boasts one of the largest cinema screens in Australia. The precinct also includes a number of retail stores, including large format furniture, white goods and commercial offices.