Sept TravelSmart Club winner gets secure Hayman Reese Hitch Lock Pin
Hayman Reese Silver Hitch
The free GoSee TravelSmart ClubNew Member prize winner for September gets a seriously secure Hayman Reese Hitch Lock Pin to keep their valuable equipment safe. The winner is Lorraine Arndell, from Port Macquarie New South Wales.
Hayman Reese has been Australia’s leading manufacturer of towing system products for more than 50 years.
Tow a trailer to the local tip or a caravan to the tip of Australia Hayman Reese has the products to assist in making the trip safely and easily.
The Hayman Reese Silver hitch pin lock, Part Number 55040 locks the towbars removable tongue into the towbar preventing theft. It is recommended to use this genuine Hayman Reese Hitch Silver Hitch pin lock when using a Hayman Reese Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) to ensure that the warranty the hitch is maintained.
Dust and weather proof cover to protect the lock.
Locks the hitch pin tongue in place.
Kids love Orana Wildlife Park calf feed time
Hayman Reese designs, manufactures, tests and distributes vehicle towing systems, including towbars, hitch receivers, weight distributing hitches, accessories, protection bars, cargo barriers and side steps; it also imports and distributes portable toilets and associated accessories. The products are supplied to automotive companies as well as aftermarket customers.
Hayman Reese towbars have a lifetime warranty
For New Zealand GoSeers the winner of the Orana Zoo family pass prize is Rob Jackson, from Auckland. Over 400 animals, representing more than 70 species, are displayed at Orana Wildlife Park. Internationally, Orana Wildlife Park is known for its breeding programs for Rothschild's giraffe, southern white rhinoceros, cheetah, scimitar-horned oryx and sable antelope.
Orana Wildlife Park on McLeans Island Road, Harewood is 10 minutes from Christchurch Airport and 25 minutes from Christchurch CBD. Open daily 10am until 5pm. Last entrance is 4.30pm.
Closed Christmas Day.
Mogo zoo's Handsome silver-back Kibabu
The Australian TravelSmart Club member winner of the Mogo Zoo prize, a child's entry pass, is Don Branson, of Raymond Terrace New South Wales.
A troupe of Western Lowland gorillas led by the impressive 210kg Silverback Kibabu arrived at Mogo Zoo in August.
Kibabu's two favorite ladies Mouila and Kriba and their offspring, Mahali and Kipenzi came to South Coast New South Wales from Taronga Zoo, Sydney.
Like Orana Wildlife Park near Christchurch NZ Mogo Zoo's core focus is it is committed to the survival of endangered species. Established in 1989 Mogo Zoo is a founding member of the Australasian Species Management Program and plays a leading role in various breeding programs.
The GoSee TravelSmart Club now has 13,500 members and rising in Australia and New Zealand.
www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz is GoSeeAustralia's Kiwi sister site.
As a registered member of the GoSee TravelSmart Club members also have access to additional features which include towing set-up and equipment videos, a variety of activities to keep children entertained while on the move. They include colouring pictures, mazes, word games, Sudoku and additional games BYOkids.com.au and Google Earth.
Alan with Meerkat at Mogo Zoo near Batemans Bay
All TravelSmart Club members are automatically in line for the chance to win monthly prizes. GoSee TravelSmart Club members get access to GoSee Useful Links.
These include Weather, public toilets, GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz, Fruit Fly checkpoint information, National Seniors, Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA), Country Fire Authority Victoria and the NSW Rural Fire Service, in fact all state and Territory fire services are included.
How much personal information new Travel Smart Club members choose to disclose to GoSeeAustralia is up to each individual. The only way GoSee knows personal information is if it is provided to us, for example when TravelSmart members include personal information in a free discussion forum.
As a registered member of the GoSee TravelSmart Club members also have access to Towing set-up and equipment videos.
Editors Note: To be eligible for the monthly draws new TravelSmart members must supply their full contact details. The Join Free TravelSmart Club option button is on the left of the www.GoSeeAustralia.com and www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz Home Pages.
For more information
contact: Garth Morrison
Editor Go See Australia and Go See New Zealand Directory
Black and White Ruffed Lemurs are gentle residents at Orana
Cheetah Encounter Orana Wildlife Park Christchurch
Rhino at short range Orana Wildlife Park Christchurch
The intelligent Chimpanzee. Mogo Zoo. 065
White Lions are extinct in the wild. Mogo Zoo. 059
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