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.

WIN an iPad Mini from Haggus and Stookles!

WIN an iPad Mini from Haggus and Stookles

Thank you to everyone for their fantastic feedback. Congratulations to Annabelle who has WON an iPad Mini for her great feedback.

Enter our competition for your chance to WIN an iPad Mini from Haggus and Stookles!

Haggus and Stookles has a simple purpose, to make life easier for parents with small children, reduce their stress and allow them to spend more time with their children. To help make the online shopping experience that bit easier for parents, we are looking for lots and lots of product feedback to add to our website haggusandstookles.com.au.

As you know when you can’t touch or see a product it is harder to make an informed decision. But real feedback from people who use a product makes it that bit easier!

We therefore would love to hear your feedback on the products we sell. Everyone that submits some product feedback between the 4th and 31st July 2013 will be entered in the competition to win an iPad Mini Wifi 16GB ($369 value) from Haggus and Stookles! The competition is based on skill and the creativity of your feedback, we would love to hear how you use the product and why it helps to make life easier for you as a parent. Note you can provide feedback on more than one product, the more you do the better chance you have to WIN!

To enter:
1.    If you have one of the products we sell at https://haggusandstookles.com.au/ (either bought from us or elsewhere), provide us with your feedback about the product in your entry. Make sure you include the name of the product with your comments! :) Tell us how you use the product and how it helps to make life easier for you as a parent.
2. The competition is open until 3pm Wednesday 31st July and will be decided at 9am Monday 1st August.
3. Entry can be made by either commenting below – either login with your Facebook login or by simply entering your name and email address below. You can also simply comment below this blog post if you prefer.

See following a link to the Competition Terms and Conditions.

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WIN a BabyButton Mobile Mums Pack!

WIN a Mobile Mums Pack!

Congratulations to Virginia Mason for winning the BabyButton Prize Pack. Thank you to everyone for sharing their great ‘nappy change’ stories!

Simplify outings with bub with this fantastic new range now in store from BabyButton. The BabyButton range includes a fantastic Breastfeeding Cover, Nappy Wallet and Messy Easter Bib!

We have one fantastic Mobile Mums pack to give away which includes a breastfeeding cover and nappy wallet valued at $49.95.

For this giveaway it is one entry per person, it is a game of skill and 1 x winner will be chosen based on their creativity and originality of their answer.

Please see the Terms and Conditions below for all the information.

To Enter:

1. As a blog comment below, in 30 words or less, answer the following question:

Where is the funniest or most unique place you have done a nappy change?

The competition commences on Friday 9th November 2012 from 1:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Friday 16th November 2012 1:00 pm AEST.

COMPETITION TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. The Promoter is Haggus and Stookles, www.haggusandstookles.com.au with the prize supplied by BabyButton and Haggus and Stookles.
2. Submission for this prize constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. All entry instructions and competition information published by the Promoter form part of these conditions. Entry is via Internet only.
3. Entry to the competition is open to all residents of Australia over the age of 18.
4. The competition commences on Friday 9th November 2012 from 1:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Friday 16th November 1:00 pm AEST.
5. To be eligible for the prize, persons must submit a response to the question via public post on www.kidstravelblog.com.au  telling us “In 30 words or less, Where is the funniest or most unique place you have done a nappy change? The one (1) person who in the Judge’s opinion submit the most original and creative answer, 30 words or less, will be declared the winner. Haggus and Stookles will shortlist all entries and judge the winner. The winner will be the entry deemed most creative and practical by the judges. The Judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. This is a competition of skill and chance plays no part in determining the outcome. Entries must be the Entrant’s own work and must not infringe any rights of third parties.
6. One prize winner will be awarded with a BabyButton Mobile Mums Pack which includes a BabyButton Breastfeeding Cover and a BabyButton Nappy Change Wallet valued at $49.95 + cost for postage.
7. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable, or redeemable for cash. The Prize must be taken as offered and cannot be varied. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from the prize winnings. Independent financial advice should be sought. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in Prize value.
8. To claim the prize, the winner must reply to the winner notification and accept the prize within 14 days of the winner’s notification, as well as indicate their preferred address for the prize to be sent. If the winner does not respond within 14 days, they will forfeit the prize.
9. The Promoter and its associated agencies and companies will not be liable for any damage to or delay in transit of prizes.
10. Judging will take place at Haggus and Stookles on November 16th 2012 when winner will be chosen. The winner will be notified by email within 7 days of the judging date. Name of the winner will be published on Kids Travel Blog websites at the url www.kidstravelblog.com.au.
11. Prizes will be posted to the winner at the address nominated by them via email correspondence with the promoter. The personal details provided will not be used for any other purposes than sending the prize and will not be supplied to any other 3rd party suppliers.

WIN 1 of 6 Toilet Training Packs!

WIN a Toilet Training Prize Pack

Thank you to everyone for submitting these fantastic tips! The winners of the 6 packs are: (name, date and time submitted)

  • Carla Oct 15 8.36pm
  • Liza Oct 15 3.32pm
  • Rebecca Oct 15 2.27pm
  • Chelsea Oct 15 11.26am
  • Tracey Oct 15 11.25am
  • Maree Oct 15 12.32pm

With summer on its way it’s a great time to toilet train. Less clothes on your toddler in summer means less washing when they’re wet!

WIN 1 of 6 Toilet Training Packs!

Toilet Training can be challenging, each child is so different with how well and how quickly they will learn this very new thing. Toilet Training can be particularly challenging when you are out and about.

One of the best products available to help with toilet training is the Potette Plus. The Potette Plus is both a portable potty and toilet trainer seat in one. Ideal for encouraging children with toilet training at home or on-the-go!

Toilet Training can be frustrating

With a hygienic carry bag the full size folding potty makes going to the toilet convenient at any time regardless of whether there is a toilet nearby. With the super absorbent liners you can use the Potette Plus anywhere, and just tie up the bag and throw it away. No mess!

The Potette Plus also now has a new Reusable Liner. It is a flexible rubber liner that converts the Potette Plus into a standard Potty. It is great to maintain continuity throughout toilet training and is ideal for use at home as well as out and about.

WIN!

To celebrate the Toilet Training Season, we are giving away 6 x toilet training packs including a Potette Plus, the new Potette Plus reuseable liner and a pack of the Potette Plus disposable liners. Each pack is valued at $37.85.

For this giveaway it is one entry per person, it is a game of skill and 6 x winners will be chosen based on their creativity and originality of their answer. Please see the Terms and Conditions below for all the information.

To Enter:

1. As a blog comment below, in 30 words or less, answer the following question:

What is your top toilet training tip?

The competition commences on Tuesday 9th October 2011 from 1:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Tuesday 16th October 2012 1:00 pm AEST.

COMPETITION TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. The Promoter is Haggus and Stookles, www.haggusandstookles.com.au with the prize supplied by Nice Pak and Haggus and Stookles.
2. Submission for this prize constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. All entry instructions and competition information published by the Promoter form part of these conditions. Entry is via Internet only.
3. Entry to the competition is open to all residents of Australia over the age of 18.
4. The competition commences on Tuesday 9th October 2012 from 1:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Tuesday 16th October 1:00 pm AEST.
5. To be eligible for the prize, persons must submit a response to the question via public post on www.kidstravelblog.com.au  telling us “In 30 words or less, What is your top toilet training tip? The six (6) people who in the Judge’s opinion submit the most original and creative answer, 30 words or less, will be declared the winners. Haggus and Stookles will shortlist all entries and judge the winner. The winner will be the entry deemed most creative and practical by the judges. The Judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. This is a competition of skill and chance plays no part in determining the outcome. Entries must be the Entrant’s own work and must not infringe any rights of third parties.
6. Six prize winners will be awarded with a toilet training pack including a Potette Plus, the new Potette Plus reuseable liner and a pack of the Potette Plus disposable liners. Each pack is valued at $37.85 + cost for postage.
7. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable, or redeemable for cash. The Prize must be taken as offered and cannot be varied. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from the prize winnings. Independent financial advice should be sought. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in Prize value.
8. To claim the prize, the winner must reply to the winner notification and accept the prize within 14 days of the winner’s notification, as well as indicate their preferred address for the prize to be sent. If the winner does not respond within 14 days, they will forfeit the prize.
9. The Promoter and its associated agencies and companies will not be liable for any damage to or delay in transit of prizes.
10. Judging will take place at Haggus and Stookles on October 16th 2012 when winners will be chosen. The winners will be notified by email within 7 days of the judging date. Name of the winner will be published on Kids Travel Blog websites at the url www.kidstravelblog.com.au.
11. Prizes will be posted to the winners at the address nominated by them via email correspondence with the promoter. The personal details provided will not be used for any other purposes than sending the prize and will not be supplied to any other 3rd party suppliers.

Cirque Du Soleil’s OVO – an amazing touring family of insects!

Cirque Du Soleil’s OVO

I was lucky enough to see Cirque Du Soleil’s current show OVO last night, and I was blown away! It is sensational and I swear I was holding my breath for most of it in awe at the amazing performers.

OVO is filled with lots of different insects, ants, cockroaches, grasshoppers, and more and is colourful and vibrant.

Juggling Ants

The talent of the performers was breathtaking, the aerial acts had me literally holding my breath and the talented juggling the ants do of their kiwi fruit, corn and themselves (all done with their feet) was simply astounding! The last act of 20 performers running, jumping and walking up an 8m vertical wall, had me continually asking – how do they do it? It was out of this world!

Sebastian Savard

Before the show I met with one of the lead musicians (and a cockroach in the show) Sebastian Savard. Sebastian has a long history with Cirque du Soleil starting with the company in 2002 as a violinist on Quidam. He married in 2003 while in Japan on tour, then had his first child  on tour in New Zealand in 2005 and his second on tour in Portugal in 2008.

His wife and children (who are now 7 and 4) travel with him and he’s a wonderful example of the travelling Cirque family and artist.

We spend a lot of time on this blog talking about tips on how to travel with kids but Sebastian spends his life travelling with his kids seamlessly! He believes that home is where your family is, and is not about a place, a physical home and material things. His wife keeps the balance for the kids and creates a ‘normal’ life for them to grow and learn.

Cirque Du Soleil has a school for the children of Cirque Du Soleil performers. 2 teachers travel with the kids and lessons are taught in English and French. Sebastian’s daughter calls it ‘the school on wheels! They cover all subjects (science, maths, english, languages and so on) and you could say these children receive a lot more attention and teaching than the norm with 2 teachers to only 4 children. Their PE lessons are my favourite – some lessons are trampolining with the ex Olympian performers from the show!

Because Sebastian and his family move constantly, the kids really make each hotel they stay in their home. They stick up drawings on the walls, they make 1/2  the bedroom pink and girly (for his daughter) and the other 1/2 spiderman influenced (for his son). They create a home everywhere they go and get to experience lots of new cultures, people and places on a daily basis.

Sebastian and his wife and children certainly do not lead a ‘normal’ life, but the experiences they are having, what they are learning daily along with the balanced life they are creating is inspirational.

For further information on this amazing show visit the Cirque Du Soleil website.

The detail in makeup and costumes is amazing

Spider Contortion

Fantastic new kids travel packs – keeps travelling kids busy!

ZoomPacks

We have recently discovered a great new range of activity packs for kids, ZoomPacks, which are designed specifically for travelling kids. The packs were created by Sally Ferreira after she spent hours trying to keep her kids entertained on long plane trips between Australia and Argentina.

Zoom Packs are an item that should sit on the top of the ‘to pack’ list when travelling interstate and abroad as they really do help make the trip so much easier as your kids are entertained and not continually asking ‘how long until we get there!’ They are also educational and kids will learn fine motor skills like threading, collage, mosaic and so on.

The Zoom Packs come in 3 age appropriate packs – for the Littlies (1-2 years), for the Middlings (3-5 years) and for the Biggies (4-7 years) – there are 2 packs in each age bracket to choose from.

We tested out 2 sizes with our kids as follows:

Middlings Pack

The Middlings pack

  • the pack has 2 lacing cards (perfect as the kids could do 1 each)
  •  a dry erase board which my daughter loves for drawing pictures or writing words
  • a journal which was perfect for my son to write about his holiday
  • a sticker book where your child has to find the sticker that matches the picture and then colour in the picture to match the sticker – both kids loved this book and it kept them busy for hours!
  • Some crayons, foam stickers and a collage board perfect for kids to make their own creation!
  • A pencil case to keep all the small bits in
  • And best of all a sheet of great tips for travelling and games to play whilst travelling
  • The pack also comes in a calico messenger bag to keep everything together

Biggies Pack

We also tested out the Biggies Pack which is ideal for the older kids (4-7 years)

  • Like with the Middlings Pack the ideas for games in the car were fantastic
  • The Mosaic Sticker Set is great and a really good activity to do with Mum or Dad (we were stuck waiting for ages in the car one day and this was a perfect time filler!)
  • The beads and string was a huge hit for threading a necklace – good for boys and girls
  • The washable markers are great
  • Again it comes with a pencil case for keeping everything together and a dry erase board which is ideal to use in the car or plane
  • The journal was excellent to write what we did on our holiday – it is a perfect size to draw a picture and write about the activities of each day
  • The only item we did not use from this pack were the washable paints

The Zoom Packs are a great idea and I would highly recommend them to anyone planning a trip. I would even suggest keeping a pack in the car for those times you are stuck in a doctors waiting room or heading out for dinner. (since our holiday my kids still love using them at home)

The key to keeping kids happy when they are in a confined space is keeping them busy and the Zoom Packs certainly achieve this. They also appeal to a range of ages and kids personalities – there is sure to be something in the pack that everyone will love!

For more information visit Zoom Packs here.

Top 5 destinations for cruising with your kids

Voyager of the Seas

Cruises aren’t just for honeymooners and retirees anymore. More cruise lines are creating very family friendly amenities to their ships, such as family suites and child-oriented activities. Below are five of the top destinations for cruising with your kids.

1. Alaska

The wild state of Alaska still has that frontier feel that will expose your children to animals, nature, and the outdoors in the most exciting way possible. The ships will typically have nature experts on board who can provide fun and educational experiences for your children as they learn about the true wilderness. On shore activities will generally include hiking on glaciers, kayaking, and other ways to explore Alaska’s treasures up close.

2. Hawaii

If you prefer warmer climes, then Hawaii might be the natural choice for you family. The breadth and beauty of the nature you’ll all see while cruising around the Hawaiian islands is another terrific experience. Here, the type of flora and fauna will be completely different from the Alaskan cold, but not less impressive. The massive waterfalls and beaches provide a variety of physical outings, like surfing, swimming, and hiking, that kids will love.

3. United States

Most Cruise Ships have great Kids Activities

There are loads of cruising options around the United States. Whether you find a new way to see New England, follow in the footsteps of Mark Twain down the Mississippi, or soak up the sun in the Gulf Coast. You can keep an international flavor as well by finding a cruise deals that will also take the family along the coasts of Canada or Mexico, depending on where your U.S. starting point is.

4. Australia

Cruising around Australia is a great option and can provide both an outdoors and city experience. Having this range of variety of places to see and activities can be particularly helpful if your children (and perhaps your spouse) have varying interests. This way, everyone has something to get excited about. Visiting Australia by cruise ship will also give you a fascinating way to see the Great Barrier Reef, along with on-board experts.

5. Galapagos Islands

For the family that does want a deep wildlife experience and wants to visit foreign, exotic lands, then the Galapagos Islands may be the perfect fit. The cruise ships visiting this area tend to be smaller, which creates a more personal experience. The animals on the islands (with some of its creatures existing no where else in the world) have no fear of humans, which allows children a truly personal interaction with them. The ships will have naturist experts leading the educational activities. There is also generally a good range of leisure activities, such as snorkeling, diving, and glass bottom boating.

Win a Fridge to Go Lunch Box and Mum’s Lunch Subscription

Cheesy Mite Scroll

Congratulations to Louise and her Mini Frittatas idea! Louise has won a Fridge to Go and a Mum’s Lunch Subscription.

We have discovered a fantastic new website that has the answer to the frequently asked question ‘what’s for lunch?’. Mum’s Lunch is a new initiative that helps you to provide delicious and nutritious lunch boxes for your family.

They offer interesting meal plans and delicious recipes featuring fun, yet nutritious suggestions kids will no longer be swapping their lunch for someone else’s or throwing it out.

With morning and afternoon snacks also included and a balance of fruit, vegetables and dairy in each meal plan parents can be assured kids are receiving the right nutrients to get them through a school day.

Joanna from Mums Lunch and Haggus and Stookles are giving you the chance to WIN a year’s subscription to Mums Lunch along with one of our fantastic Fridge to Go Lunch Boxes – so you will be set for the start of the school year! Total value $72.85.

Fridge to Go Lunch Box

For this giveaway it is one entry per person, it is a game of skill and a winner will be chosen based on their creativity and originality of their answer. Please see the Terms and Conditions below for all the information.

1. As a blog comment below, in 30 words or less, answer the following question:

What is your favourite food you and/or your kids love having in your lunch box?

The competition commences on Wednesday 7th December 2011 from 10:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Wednesday 14th December 2011 10:00 pm AES.

COMPETITION TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. The Promoter is Haggus and Stookles, www.haggusandstookles.com.au with the prize supplied by Mum’s Lunch and Haggus and Stookles
2. Submission for this prize constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. All entry instructions and competition information published by the Promoter form part of these conditions. Entry is via Internet only.
3. Entry to the competition is open to all residents of Australia over the age of 18.
4. The competition commences on Wednesday 7th December 2011 from 10:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and will continue until Wednesday 14th December 2011 10:00 pm AEST.
5. To be eligible for the prize, persons must submit a response to the question via public post on www.kidstravelblog.com.au  telling us “In 30 words or less, what is your favourite food you and/or your kids love having in your lunch box? The one (1) person who in the Judge’s opinion submit the most original and creative answer, 30 words or less, will be declared the winner. Mums Lunch will shortlist all entries and judge the winner. The winner will be the entry deemed most creative and practical by the judges. The Judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. This is a competition of skill and chance plays no part in determining the outcome. Entries must be the Entrant’s own work and must not infringe any rights of third parties.
6. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any problems or technical malfunction of any communication network or for any late, lost, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, delayed, illegible, corrupted or misdirected entries, claims or correspondence whether due to error, omission, alteration, tampering, deletion, theft, destruction, transmission interruption, communications failure or otherwise. The Promoter has no control over telephone communications, networks or lines and accepts no responsibility for any problems associated with them, whether due to traffic congestion, technical malfunction or otherwise. The Promoter is not liable for any consequences of user error including (without limitation) any costs incurred.
7. One prize winner will be awarded with an annual subscription to Mum’s Lunch valued at $39.90 and a Fridge to Go Medium Lunch Box, valued at $32.95 + cost for postage. The total prize value for this competition is AU$72.85 + cost for postage.
8. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable, or redeemable for cash. The Prize must be taken as offered and cannot be varied. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from the prize winnings. Independent financial advice should be sought. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in Prize value.
9. To claim the prize, the winner must reply to the winner notification and accept the prize within 14 days of the winner’s notification, as well as indicate their preferred address for the prize to be sent. If the winner does not respond within 14 days, they will forfeit the prize.
10. The Promoter and its associated agencies and companies will not be liable for any damage to or delay in transit of prizes.
Judging
11. Judging will take place at Mums Lunch on December 15th 2011 when winners will be chosen. The winners will be notified by email within 7 days of the judging date. Name of the winner will be published on Haggus and Stookles and Kids Travel Blog websites at the url www.haggusandstookles.com.au and www.kidstravelblog.com.au.
12. Prizes will be posted to the winners at the address nominated by them via email correspondence with the promoter. The personal details provided will not be used for any other purposes than sending the prize and will not be supplied to any other 3rd party suppliers.

Santa’s about to arrive at St Ives Shopping Village!

Santa is coming!

St Ives Shopping Village plays host to an exciting array of festive activities and fun for the whole family this Christmas!

The Village is set to impress this year with an exciting line up of family activities and festive fun at their annual community event to be held in the centre on Sunday November 27th from 11-3pm.

“Santa’s arrival is always at the heart of our annual Christmas celebration here at the Village,” says Marketing Manager Sue McKindlay.

“This year, for the first time, we are thrilled to announce Santa will be joined by some special guests including Nickolodeon characters Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer!” she adds.

St Ives Shopping Village’s much anticipated Christmas event will kick off at 11.00am with the arrival of Santa and special guests and a special white Christmas welcome show at 11.30am, followed by a marching band and colourful parade around the centre.

The day will continue with roving activities and entertainment including face painting, a baby animal nursery and reindeers, Christmas craft, the Great Circus Workshop and performances from Shayne Reynolds the Magician and the Barbershop Quartet.

Visitors to the Village can also look forward to a selection of charity stalls and the Pymble Scouts famous BBQ.

Mrs Claus

“We look forward to welcoming all those from the north shore community, to come help us celebrate the spirit of Christmas this year,” says McKindlay.

For more information on the event go to www.stivesvillage.com.au

About St Ives Shopping Village

St Ives Shopping Village is a privately owned and managed shopping centre located on Sydney’s upper North Shore. Opening its doors on 17th November 1960, the centre celebrated 50 years of trading in 2010. The centre has always espoused the values of family and community and always tries to provide community services as well as offering the local community a balanced centre that caters to all of their shopping needs in one place.

www.stivesvillage.com.au

Awesome August value at Luna Park Sydney!

Clown Face Luna Park

With a grin from pylon-to-pylon, Luna Park Sydney is thrilled to introduce even more great value offers for its guests this August, with five new deals available at the iconic Sydney attraction.

Stretch your dollar and your grin with these fun-filled offers:

Mini Money Mondays – Here’s a reason to smile on Monday! Mini Money Mondays now saves guests $10 on their Unlimited Rides Pass. It’s ideal for stay-at-home parents, students, tourists, shift workers and day-trippers and will add a bright spark to the first day of the week.

Luna Lunacy after 6pm – Create a date with a difference or catch up with friends and have a laugh after dark with Luna Lunacy. Available any evening Luna Park is open after 6pm, Luna Lunacy now boasts a fantastic Buy-One-Get-One-FREE offer on Unlimited Rides Passes.

Online Only Value Deal – For guests who think an action packed day at Luna Park will give them an appetite, this Value Deal is the solution. Priced between $29.95-$49.95, depending on your height, the Value Deal gets you an Unlimited Rides Pass, Lighthouse Combo Meal and two sideshow games of your choice. That’s a saving of up to $17.50!

VIP Games Pass – Think you’ve got what it takes to dominate Sideshow Alley? Make it official with Luna Park Sydney’s VIP Games Pass. The best part? For just $22.95 you get over $50 worth of value including a Luna Park cap and a turn at each of the Sideshow Games including The Crooners, Bush Buckets, Hi-Striker, Basketball, Shooting Gallery, Laughing Clowns, Buster and Fishing.

Annual Passes – For unbelievable value grab an Annual Pass for just $99.00! Having one of these will mean you can go on as many rides.

There’s always something new at Luna Park. A new Shooting Gallery sideshow game has just been introduced where guests can take aim and fire at clay ducks with a laser gun. Plus, the recently launched “My Experience” interactive entertainment system is also available at the Park so guests can find out how extreme they are and share their experiences with friends on Facebook in real-time, via a RFID wristband.

Visit www.lunaparksydney.com for more information.

*Mini Money Mondays are not available during peak periods or Public Holidays.