Owning a dog involves a large number of responsibilities because you need to ensure that the health and well being of your pet is not compromised. When you are looking for ways to ensure highest level of comfort and luxury to your pet, you need to pay special attention to the dog bed that you purchase for your companion. There are many options that are available for your needs but the best option for your dog is the pawpedic dog beds.
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Ford Ranger is one of the highly used transportation vehicles in Australia. It is also one of the most popular ones all over the country. It is heavily built to carry a heavy load, so they come with strong wheels and tyres. No matter how good the wheels of any vehicle are, over time it will wear out. The daily usage leads to its deterioration which calls for a replacement. When your wheels go bad, you must know the best places to buy Ford Ranger wheels Australia.
The easiest way to buy wheels for your Ford Ranger is to check at the local auto parts store. If there is no store around your house you could check out in nearby locations. If there are no stores there either you should consider checking the online stores. There are several stores that sell auto parts online; you can buy wheels or tyres for your vehicle from one of the online stores. It is important to check if the store offers delivery to your location or not. There are several online sellers that deliver only within their state. There are also online auto parts sellers that offer delivery service all over Australia. You should find the one that will deliver to your location no matter which part of Australia you are in.
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It’s 8 years since the last Toy Story graced our cinema screens and 23 years since the original Toy Story movie came into lives, but Woody and the rest of the toys are back for an all-new adventure in “Toy Story 4,” welcoming new friends to Bonnie’s room, including a reluctant new toy called Forky.
Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.
“Like most people, I assumed that ‘Toy Story 3’ was the end of the story,” said director Josh Cooley. “And it was the end of Woody’s story with Andy. But just like in life, every ending is a new beginning. Woody now being in a new room, with new toys, and a new kid, was something we have never seen before. The questions of what that would be like became the beginning of an entertaining story worth exploring.”
But Forky insists that he is NOT a toy! An actual spork-turned-craft-project, Forky is pretty sure that he doesn’t belong in Bonnie’s room. Unfortunately, every time he tries to get away, someone yanks him back into an adventure he’d rather skip. “The world of Toy Story is built upon the idea that everything in the world has a purpose,” said Cooley. “A toy’s purpose is to be there for its child. But what about toys that are made out of other objects? Forky is a toy that Bonnie made out of a disposable spork, so he’s facing a crisis. He wants to fulfill his purpose as a …
School holidays have just started for some states and halfway through for others however if you are still looking for some fun school holiday activities to keep them entertained, we have found the best school holiday activities for Little Foodies! Get hands on and learn to cook in these fun and some FREE school holiday activities.
- Prince and Princess High Tea-Stamford Hotel 6th October
You are cordially invited to an enchanting afternoon Prince and Princess’ High Tea, hosted by Cinderella and Prince Charming. Complete with a fairy tale High Tea, special activities and gift bags.
- Kids in the Garden at Vaucluse House & Elizabeth Farm 3rd, 5th, 10th & 12th October
Explore the pleasure and vegetable gardens and taste local honey. Then make a scrumptious traditional dessert and iced tea to enjoy in the wonderful surroundings of Vaucluse House.
- Pizza Party in the Bush 4th October
Kids will learn all about native Australian plants, and how they were used by the Aboriginal people. Bring all the ingredients together to make your very own yummy pizza, from materials right here in Centennial Park.
- Bush Food Picnic 13th October
Join Shared Knowledge’s Aboriginal guides to discover how to incorporate native Australian bush foods with everyday ingredients. Use a traditional coolamon to gather seasonal fruits, seeds, berries, native vegetables and plants from around Centennial Parklands, before learning about traditional food preparation methods and tasting your very own bush food infused recipes.
- Cooking Workshop for Teens at the Essential Ingredient 12th October
This coming school holidays, in this action-packed few hours, a professional chef will expose your teen to the wonderful world of cooking and show how easy it is to prepare delicious food whilst learning a wide variety of fundamental skills at the same time.
- October School Holiday Baking Class at Brasserie
Where do the dinosaurs go for the school holidays? St Kilda, Melbourne of course.
This interactive animatronic display Jurassic Creatures has arrived in St Kilda, bringing its prehistoric world to little children until 14th October 2018.
Featuring more than 30 dinosaurs, this exciting exhibition is sure to captivate young and old. You’ll have a chance to marvel at their stories, watch them move and hear them roar.
Perhaps becoming a palaeontologist for the day sparks your interest? Get kitted out with an expert digger outfit and spend hours chipping away at prehistoric fossils.
This event is a must-see this school holidays. Get ready to explore the ancient world as the Triassic period comes to life!
Where: St Kilda Triangle, 10 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182, adjacent to Palais Theatre.
When: Saturday 15 September until Sunday 14 October 2018. There are multiple sessions during the day – you can see availability when booking.
Duration: Each session runs for three hours – the perfect amount of time to enjoy activities.
Target audience: Your little dinosaur fans, children aged up to 12, adults, and lovers of the Jurassic world.
Tickets: Children aged 2-12 $31.56 each, adults $31.56 each, and children under 2 are free. Family passes are $99.44 and include 2 adults + 2 children passes.
Getting there: there are many parking options are available around St Kilda, alternatively you can catch a 3, 16 or 96 tram to stop 138.
Food: My girls headed straight for the popcorn, fairy floss and soft drinks.
Lowlight: None, but make sure you bring a little extra cash for the kids for the gift store.
Highlight: It is a great event for the whole family, we all had a fantastic time exploring the animatronic Jurassic experience.
Hot tip: Get a group of …
Hopefully by this time your shopping is done and you are ready to relax and get into the Christmas spirit. Check out a few ways to countdown to Christmas..
- Head to St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney for The Lights Of Christmas. Sydney’s iconic free public light projection event is proudly created and produced by AGB Events. Catch this beautiful light installation before it ends at midnight on Christmas Day.
- Take the family out to Rosehill Racecourse for the annual Sydney Santa Spectacular event. This festive event will get the whole family in the Christmas Spirit with rides, ice skating, interactive activities and entertainment. Tickets start from $35 and runs till the 27th December.
- This season experience Christmas with David Jones’ magical animated Christmas windows outside their Market Street store. Inspired by E.T.A Hoffmann’s classic tale, the Christmas windows celebrate the partnership between Disney and the new level 9 kids floor.
- You still have time to visit the David Jones Magic Cave in Bourke Street Mall Melbourne and Adelaide Central Plaza. Create precious memories this Christmas in the enchanted Magic Cave and see Santa and his Elves.
- This Christmas The Grounds of Alexandria has partnered with Disney to bring The Nutcracker and the Four Realms to life! With photo opportunities at every corner and yummy Nutcracker inspired treats on offer in all of our venues, everything will be available until Christmas Eve.
- From 15-24 December, kids can experience a white Christmas, with tonnes of real falling snow, every day, at Christmas Wonderland. The 10-day Christmas extravaganza at Sydney Showground is the perfect way to get into the Christmas spirit, with snow and ice activities, magical Christmas worlds to discover, brightly coloured carnival rides, Christmas crafts and festive entertainment.
- David Jones Sydney and Disney have created five unique neighbourhoods inspired by
Summer is here and there is so much happening in Sydney this January for kids and families. Check out some of our favourites here;
- The Sydney Festival is your one stop shop for culture this January with plenty of FREE events for the family to enjoy.
- Get your splash on and head to Waterworld at Entertainment Quarter Showring this January. Splash your heart out in the giant inflatable pools or dare to take the slide of your life on the Dino Slide
- Enter an immersive cityscape full of magical, tactile experiences in How Cities Work, a new children’s exhibition at Museum of Sydney open from 15 December! Created by Sydney Living Museums in collaboration with Lonely Planet Kids and illustrator James Gulliver Hancock.
- Enter a brand-new LEGO® brick exhibition focussing on some of the world’s greatest Cities, exploring their history with LEGO. Head to the Entertainment Quarter from the 4th Jan to catch this new LEGO exhibition.
- Night Owls Kids’ Film Festival opens at Village Green Darling Quarter for 17 nights of free cinematic splendour tomorrow night! From Friday 4 to Sunday 20 January 2019, fun-loving film fanatics can zoom in on a wave of happiness and land the perfect perch from which to enjoy live entertainment each night from 6pm, followed at 6:30pm by local and international short films curated in collaboration with Little Big Shots, Australia’s major children’s short film festival.
- Shakespeare Australia’s production of Wind in the Willows returns to the Royal Botanic Gardens this January. Be part of this beautiful summer tradition and join with Ratty, Mole, Badger, Otter, Portly, and, of course, the famous Mr Toad as they bring Kenneth Grahame’s timeless classic of life on the riverbank to life in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden.
- Catch a family flick under the stars at Centennial Park