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    Havaianas Australia Day Thong Challenge turns 10

    Australias only national event returns, now in double digits

    A decade after first hitting Australian shores, Havaianas Australia Day Thong Challenge is calling out for participants to help break the world record for the longest line of giant Havaianas inflatables in open water.

    The tradition began on Coogee beach on Australia Day 2006, when 863 people rode hot pink giant thongs into a new world record for the longest line of inflatables in open water - eclipsing the record set by Germany in 2003 of 753 people.

    Now entering its 10th year, the event has grown from one beach to five across Australia North Bondi (NSW), Torquay (VIC), Glenelg (SA), Mooloolaba (QLD) and Cottesloe (WA) and has raised more than $330,000 for local SLSC Nippers programs.

    Each beach will compete to beat the challenges reigning champion, Cottesloe Beach, where in 2014 a record 2,099 people connected in water on giant Havaianas inflatables. Cottesloe is a tough competitor, having won for the past three consecutive years.

    In 2015, celebrations at each of the five events will include celebrity ambassadors and a full day of beach activities for all ages including beach games with prizes to be won, DJs, and more.

    Online registration is $30, which includes a $10 donation to SLSC Nippers Programme and a 2015 giant Havaianas inflatable (valued at $49.95).

    As there will be a limited number of registrations available on the day, pre-registration is recommended to avoid disappointment.

    EVENT DETAILS

    WHEN Monday 26 January 2015

    WHAT Havaianas Australia Day Thong Challenge 10th Anniversary

    Join hundreds of Aussies and take to the ocean on ...read more

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    Gramping season kicks off with Grandparents Day on 26th October 2014

    Aerogard invites you to join the Gramping craze

    1 October 2014: Aerogard is calling out to Australians to take part in the annual Gramping season, kicking off nationally on Grandparents Day, 26th October 2014 and continuing throughout the summer until 28th February 2015.

    Created by the Gramping Association in partnership with Turu.com.au in 2013, Gramping is the name given to the emerging trend of camping with parents, kids and grandparents. In its second year already, more than 1,500 families across Australia have registered their own Grampouts taking place at campsites and in backyards across the country.

    Accessible from Turu.com.au parks nationally, Gramping also allows grandparents to camp for free* on the weekend of 24th 26th October.

    Spokesperson for Aerogard Australia, Rowena Newman says: We encourage Australians to take this opportunity to embrace the warmer weather and create special memories with their families, away from the distractions of day-to-day life.

    Gramping is becoming more and more popular in Australia as its a great way to switch off, get back to nature and spend quality time with loved ones. We know the Australian outdoors can be a challenge with summer pests, so we recommend that you arm yourself with a Gramping toolkit that includes Aerogard mosquito spray to ensure you have the best possible time.

    General Manager of Turu.com.au, Robert Gallagher says: Last year was incredibly successful, and we anticipate even more people getting involved in Gramping this year.

    We provide almost 2,000 parks across the country, many of which are family, and even pet friendly, for camping or caravanning.

    Gramping was created in 2013 by the Gramping Association, in partnership with Turu.com.au, and is sponsored by Aerogard and Mortein.

    For more information, or to book at any of the Turu.com.au Parks within Australia, visit www.gramping.com.au.

    ENDS

    *See website for full terms and conditions: www.gramping.com.au

    For further information please contact:

    Ellie Swift Klick Communications
    m: +61 474 065 466
    p: +612 8353 7118

    e: ellie@klick.com.au

    About Aerogard

    Since 1963, Aerogard has been protecting families against mosquitoes, and has been trusted by Australia for its long-lasting protection, and continues to be an essential part of every familys summer; helping to create timeless memories.

    For more information visit www.aerogard.com.au

    About RB:

    RB is a global consumer goods leader in health, hygiene and home.

    With a purpose of delivering innovative solutions for healthier lives and happier homes, RB is in the top 25 of companies listed on the London Stock Exchange. Since 2000 net revenues have doubled and the market cap has quadrupled. Today it is the global No 1 or No 2 in the majority of its fast-growing categories, driven by an exceptional rate of innovation. Its health, hygiene and home portfolio is led by 19 global powerbrands including Nurofen, Strepsils Gaviscon, Mucinex, Durex, Scholl, Lysol, Dettol, Clearasil, Veet, Harpic, Bang, Mortein, Finish, Vanish, Woolite, Calgon, Airwick, and Frenchs, and they account for 70% of net revenue.

    RB people and its culture are at the heart of the companys success. They have an intense drive for achievement and a desire to outperform wherever they focus, including in CSR where the company has reduced its Carbon footprint by 20% in 5 years and is targeting now to deliver a 1/3 reduction in water use, 1/3 further reduction in Carbon and have 1/3 of its net revenue coming from more sustainable products by 2020. It is also the Save the Children charitys largest FMCG global partner.

    The company has operations in over 60 countries, with headquarters in the UK, Singapore, Dubai and Amsterdam, and sales in almost 200 countries, The company employs approximately 32,000 people worldwide.
    For more information visit www.rb.com

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    Mudgee Wine & Food Festival returns this September with a month-long calendar of events

    Mudgee will showcase its finest this spring during the regions annual gastronomic event, the Mudgee Wine & Food Festival, featuring a month of events from 12th September 6th October 2014.

    Guests will experience a huge program of food and wine events, as well as whisky sampling, bread making classes, farmers markets, farm walks and entertainment for the whole family in amongst the Mudgee Regions spectacular surroundings.

    This year features a range of new events, including:

    Newcomer Short Sheep Micro-Winery introduces the quirky BYO Bottle Your Own Wine! event, where guests can fill in their own bottle at the micro-winery and then hand-label it themselves, taking home a personalised bottle of Mudgee wine. This event is on Sunday 14th and 21st September from 11am - 4pm, with tickets at $15 per person.

    Taste Robert Stein Winerys new releases, vertical tastings & Pipeclay Pumphouse charcuterie at the release of the Robert Stein 2014 Rieslings. On 21st September at 1pm there will also be a five-course degustation lunch at Pipeclay Pumphouse overlooking the Mudgee valley. Tickets at $80 per person.

    Distillery Immersion Tours will be on offer at Baker Williams Distillery on 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th September, 2nd and 3rd October. Guests can learn how spirits and liqueurs are made and have tastings with distillers Nathan and Helen Williams. Tickets are $25 per person with tastings included, refundable on purchases of $40 or more.

    Huntington Estate will come alive with a Family Fun Weekend from 11am 3pm on 20th and 21st September. Children will be entertained with a petting zoo, jumping castle and live music, while adults can enjoy tastings of the award winning wines and food in amidst the beautiful surroundings of the winery gardens. Free entry.

    Moothi Estate will offer Mini Wine and Cheese Flights throughout the festival, with local artisan cheeses specially paired with Moothi Estate wines, overlooking the vines. Flights with three wines and three cheeses are $15 per person, available every day.

    Botobolar will host a Festival Feast Luncheon a lazy, long lunch at Botobolars cellar door on Saturday 13th September from 12.30pm. There will be a range of Mediterranean fare created by the local team at Mudgee Made, served in a family

    style, followed by dessert and accompanied with Botobolar wines. Tickets are $70 per person.

    Additional highlights:

    This year will kick off with the Mudgee Wine Show Awards Dinner on 12th September a fantastic showcase of what the region has to offer in world-class wines. With Australian media personality Lindy Milan as the special guest emcee and live music performances throughout, it promises to be a fantastic evening.

    On the following day (13th September), guests will be treated to a selection of more of these award winners at the Go Tasting event. This allows the public to try all the wines that have been entered into the Mudgee Wine Show, including the medal winners. With more than 130 wines to try, the hardest part will be deciding where to start. This event will be hosted at Roths Wine Bar from 5.30pm, with tickets at $40 per person.

    Another firm favourite is the Go Grazing event at the Mudgee Showground on 20th September. From 6.30pm guests will mingle al fresco with local producers and sample some outstanding regional produce. The night will continue inside the pavilion from 7.00pm with the pairing of twenty canapés and desserts with Mudgee wines. There will be two rounds of tasting, with the chance to vote on which wines are best matched to their accompanying food. Tickets are $85 per person (bookings essential through Mudgee Region Tourism).

    High Tea in the Stables at Gooree Park, 4th October from 2 - 5pm. In amongst Gooree Parks iconic stable block, guests will enjoy three hours of true indulgence with a gourmet afternoon tea, including regional teas and Gooree Park sparkling wine, fashion parades and makeup demonstrations. Tickets are $55 per person.

    Those with a keen interest in learning more about wine can join Wine School with David Lowe on Wednesday 17th September, held in a relaxed setting with one of Australias premier winemakers. Tickets are $45 per person.

    Launched last year, the Local Plate Competition provides the perfect excuse for visitors to eat their way around Mudgee Region throughout the festival. Each participating restaurant, café, winery or caterer that operates in the Midwestern regional area will include one culinary creation on their menu using at least 80 per cent regional produce. Visitors and locals will decide who becomes the 2014 Local Plate Champion, with all voters going into the draw to win an all-expenses paid sensory weekend away in the Mudgee Region.

    The Festival will showcase the diversity of Mudgee Region produce and wines - from organic and sparkling varieties and delicate Riesling and Pinots to the full-bodied Cabernet, Shiraz and Chardonnays that Mudgee is acclaimed for. The regions recent focus on emerging varieties also ensures there will always be something new to try.

    For more information on this festival and the Mudgee region, or to purchase tickets visit www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au.

    For a Wine and Food Festival Guide visit: www.mudgeewine.com.au

    About the Mudgee Region

    The Mudgee Region is the third largest grape-growing region in NSW and one of the oldest wine regions in the state - just a 3.5-hour drive from Sydney.

    Encompassing the towns of Mudgee, Gulgong, Kandos and Rylstone, the Mudgee Region offers a sensory feast of food, wine, art and cultural events. The Mudgee Region combines country towns, historic buildings and a thriving café scene with boutique markets and galleries to explore.

    Mudgee, meaning nest in the hills, is set amid rolling countryside and offers more than 40 family-run cellar doors to discover. The region is surrounded by several national parks and world-heritage bushland and landmarks, able to be explored on food, by car or by bike.

    Twitter: @MudgeeRegion
    Instagram: @mudgeeregion

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