Qld free GoSee TravelSmart Club winner scores 23 litre Techni Ice Cooler Bag 

April 10, 2014
Qld free GoSee TravelSmart Club winner scores 23 litre Techni Ice Cooler Bag

Generous industry supporter Techni Ice provides another great prize for March GoSeeTravelSmart Club members. The Techni Ice 23 lt Cooler Bag free TravelSmart member Clubwinner for March is Shane Lewthwaite of Marsden Qld. The Techni Ice prize will be drawn againin May, July and September.

The Join Free TravelSmart Club option button is 15th option button down on the left of thewww.GoSeeAustralia.com and www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz Home Pages.

Click the Join Free TravelSmart Club option button and fill in your details, enter the verificationwhich is case sensative and click save. To be eligible for the monthly prize draws new TravelSmartmembers must supply their full contact details.

All TravelSmart Club members are automatically in line for the chance to win monthly prizes.

Techni Ice 23 lt Cooler Bag winner Shane Lewthwaite, Marsden Qld. Techni Ice is a Division ofGlobal National Australia Group of Companies which was established in 1984. Techni Ice is thebrand used by the Department of Defence, Qantas (Jetstar), CFA , Meals on Wheels, theAmbulance Services and virtually all major Online Supermarkets.

A truly Australian ownedcompany ,Techni Ice Manufacture and distribute these High Performance Commercial Grade Gelpacks, Ice packs, Dry ice packs, Cool boxes, Iceboxes, Portable Fridge Freezers and Coolerbags.

Techni Ice was also the brand chosen for use at the Atlanta and Beijing Olympics and is usedby thousands of commercials users to Government Organizations in over 30 countries.

More than10 years ago Techni Ice were the first company in the world to incorporate white skids on thebottom of the boxes to reduce marking on white boats.

www.techniice.com

GoSeeAustralia DVD ( Driving and Towing to Stay Alive) prize winner is Simon Dunstone, ACT .

The Driving and Towing to stay Alive DVD is a practical safety-net for those who tow or areabout to.

The perfect driver, the person who drives smoothly, safely and methodically, simply doesnot exist.

This DVD by South Australian film makers and writers Brian and Joy Grant is designedto provide practical information that, hopefully, will put the task of driving and towing in acompletely different light and therefore help produce better and more importantly, much saferdrivers.

Running time for Driving and Towing to Stay Alive is 40 minutes.

Mogo Zoo prize is a Family Pass for two adults and two children. The winner is HenriWeekhout, Mount Annan NSW. GoSee March free Travel Smart Club prizes include tickets tospend time with an impressive giant called Kibabu.

A troupe of Western Lowland gorillas led by the impressive 210kg Silverback Kibabu is at Mogo Zoo.

Kibabu's two favorite ladies Mouila and Kriba and their offspring, Mahali and Kipenzi came toSouth Coast New South Wales from Taronga Zoo, Sydney.

Mogo Zoo owner and Director Sally Padey says: It is a dream come true and we are so honoredto be able to house and care for these amazing animals and play a role in the Global SpeciesManagement Plan. The arrival of these great apes is not only a fantastic opportunity for Mogo Zoo,but for the Eurobodalla region overall, she said.

Driving and Towing to Stay Alive
Driving and Towing to Stay Alive

Founded on the vision of Bill and Sally Padey who got things rolling in 1989 Mogo Zoo is afounding member of the Australasian Species Management Program and plays a leading role invarious breeding programs.

Like Orana Wildlife Park near Christchurch NZ Mogo Zoo's core focus is it is committed to thesurvival of endangered species.

www.mogozoo.com.au

New Zealand free TravelSmart Club prize:Orana Zoo family pass prize winner is Leighton Crocker Rolleston NZ.

Being part of the feedingprogram at Orana Wildlife Park puts visitors in the lions territory. You are in the cage. The lionslook at you as they feed. It's Roman really with the comforting add-on that the cage (with thepeople in it) prevents a Christians v Lions Colosseum outcome.

Set in 80 hectares Orana is New Zealands only open range zoo. Orana Wildlife Park is locatedwithin 15 minutes drive of Christchurch Airport as GoSee found on a recent visit. Over 400animals, representing more than 70 species, are displayed at Orana Wildlife Park. Sixteenscheduled animal feeds occur daily and are accompanied by a presentation from a wildlife guide.

This means Orana Wildlife Park has something to keep visitors of all ages entertained for the entireday. Orana's unique and exciting animal encounters are a park specialty and will get visitors upclose to endangered animals, for example:

Mogo zoos Handsome silver-back Kibabu
Mogo zoo's Handsome silver-back Kibabu

Travel through the Lion habitat on board a specially modified vehicle to meet the 'King of theBeasts' up close (2.30pm). (Conditions apply this is an additional cost to Orana Wildlife Parkentrance, 20 tickets are available daily and people must be over 1.4 metres in height to participate.

Tickets can be reserved only if they are pre-paid for in advance). See a Tiger search and leap forits food (11.30am).

Hand feed the majestic giraffe (12pm and 3pm).

Help feed a range of friendly animals in the Farmyard (1pm).

This interactive area has a wide rangeof domestic animals such as sheep, calves, llama, rabbits and pigs.

Meet the mighty rhinoceros face-to-face (3.20pm).

View New Zealands national icon, the Kiwi.

Stroll through an alpine themed aviary for close views of New Zealand Kea the worlds onlymountain parrot. Guests will also view the antics of many other amazing animals such as Apes,Monkeys, Meerkats, Otters, Porcupines and Wild Dogs.

The Parks extensive native fauna collection features Kiwi as well as a range of other endemicbirds such as Tui, Bellbird, Kereru and Kakariki. The Park is home to one of the mostcomprehensive public collections of native geckos. Guided tours occur daily and visitors can rideon Orana's complimentary Safari Shuttle, join a guided walkabout tour and/or meander around thePark at their leisure.

For those wanting something extra special, Orana also offers a range of behind the scenesexperiences (additional cost non commissionable), as outlined:

Fanana the Jet-set giraffe has a big future ahead at Orana
Fanana the Jet-set giraffe has a big future ahead at Orana

A taste of Madagascar - Venture onto the Ruffed Lemur island to feed these delightful primates.

$30pp (excludes Park entrance), occurs at 1pm Thursday - Sunday.

Cripes its stripes! - Venture into the Tiger Dens to see how Orana manages these big cats.

$20pp (excludes Park entrance), occurs at 3.15pm each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Meet a Cheetah - Enter the habitat with a beautiful hand-raised Cheetah for a personal encounter.

$100pp (includes Park entrance), occurs at 11am Friday - Monday.

Travel through the Lion reserve - Oranas Lion Encounter is genuinely unique and gives extremelyclose views of the King of the Beasts. $30pp (excludes Park entrance), occurs at 2:30pm daily.

People must be over 1.4m in height and be fit and able bodied (eg able to stand up and sit downunassisted) to participate in the behind the scenes experiences.

Park admission costs: $25 per adult, $21 per senior/student, $8 per child (5-14 years),pre-schoolers are free and a concession pass (2 adults and up to 3 children 5-14 years) costs $58.

www.oranawildlifepark.co.nz

Join the free TravelSmart members club for a chance to win Great Divide Tours Classic Outback

Tracks in the (April) TravelSmart prizes draw. Vic Widman's latest book is a compilation of 19 ofhis favourite outback tracks. Each location is described in detail with a history of the area. Thispractical knowledge extends to what you will find when you visit, where to see all the best sceniclocations and where to camp, plus an insight into the driving conditions you are likely to encounter.

As a registered member of the GoSee TravelSmart Club members also have access to additionalfeatures which include towing set-up and equipment videos, a variety of activities to keep childrenentertained while on the move. They include colouring pictures, mazes, word games, Sudoku andadditional games BYOkids.com.au and Google Earth.

Black and White Ruffed Lemurs are gentle residents at Orana
Black and White Ruffed Lemurs are gentle residents at Orana

The GoSee TravelSmart Club adds extra benefits and features when using this website plus prizegive aways, special offers and a towing compatability test. In compliance with the GoSee PrivacyPolicy you can set your own configuration of what you participate in and receive.

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 AuthorityVictoria and the NSW Rural Fire Service, in fact all state and Territory fire services are included.

As a registered member of the free GoSee TravelSmart Club members also have access to Towingset-up and equipment videos.

All TravelSmart Club members are automatically in line for the chance to win monthly prizes.

The Join Free TravelSmart Club option button is 15th option button down on the left of thewww.GoSeeAustralia.com.au and www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz Home Pages.

Click the Join Free TravelSmart Club option button and fill in your details, enter the verificationwhich is case sensative and click save. To be eligible for the monthly prize draws new TravelSmartmembers must supply their full contact details.

Brian and Joy  Grant  picture Dirt road towing.
Brian and Joy Grant picture Dirt road towing.