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Mouths of Mums & Australian Teenage Expo have teamed up to give 25 of our lucky members the chance to WIN a family pass each!

25 members will receive:

  • 4 admission tickets to attend Australian Teenage Expo, Saturday 31st August.


Australian teenage expo
is our countries largest youth event that is not only fun and interactive, but it also is educational and has lots and lots of entertainment.

From Masterchef cooking competitions with real Masterchef contestants, skateboarding comps and tryouts get your hair makeup and nails done and learn to drive a car. See a live hip hop and dance competition as well as a vocal competition with stars from The Voice performing and judging.

For your chance to WIN…

‘LIKE’ Mouths of Mums on Facebook here,

and then tell us what would you like to have known when you were a teenager!

Please note this competition is open from 15th August 2013 until 28th August 2013 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize. This event is held in Melbourne, VIC. The prize does not include transport to & from the event, or any other expenses occurred – admission only.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. Mude - VIC
  2. S. Losi - VIC
  3. B. Rix - VIC
  4. J. Hallyburton - VIC
  5. A. Ryan - VIC
  6. M. Celik - VIC
  7. A. Moir - VIC
  8. M. Edwards - VIC
  9. E. Flores - VIC
  10. V. Peacock - VIC
  11. S. Timmerrmans - VIC
  12. R. Carlyon - VIC
  13. J. Hughson - VIC
  14. N. Rafique - VIC
  15. F. L'Etang - VIC
  16. K. Redcliffe - VIC
  17. D. Ritosa - VIC
  18. V. Serdyuk - VIC
  19. K. Johnson - SA
  20. F. Monica - NSW
  21. H. Martin - VIC
  22. A. Smith - SA
  23. C. Frajman - VIC
  24. H. Martin - VIC
  25. M. Buckley - VIC
  • That your friends actually arent the experts of everything


  • As a teenager I would like to know what I know now.


  • I would have liked to have known how easy life really was, not working, just going to school and home again.


  • I think every teen is different, I have a 14 year old going through a tough time, but everything I try isn’t working, my own experience as a teenager was so different to what teens have to deal with today. I would love to take my daughter to this, it would be great one on one opportunity to start talking and find out what is going on in her head.


  • I wish there had been open dialogue with my parents about sex. I think my view on it and my experience would have been very different had there been open and honest dialogue.


  • As a mum of 1 teenage, other one turning 13 later this year and 2 more daughters on the way I NEED THIS. HELP


  • I would liked to have known how tough it really was for my Mum raising four girls after her husband passed away. Me, being the eldest at 12 was horrible for my mum, I was a selfish little b*@#h and I never gave my Mum’s feelings another thought :’-( I’m sorry Mum, I love you!


  • I would of liked to have known how hard it is to be a mum, employee, wife and being a woman in general. Maybe I wouldn’t of been so hard on my mum if I’d know.


  • I would love to have known exactly how much money buying a new car was going to cost me, before I applied for that loan!! I had no idea about interest!


  • I would have loved to have known that people that dont treat you right are not worth it and are a waste of time!


  • Not looking forward to this stage of my children’s life at all!!


  • THIS WOULD BE GREAT TO TAKE MY FRIEND’S DAUGHTER ANS HER FRIENDS TO THE EXPO AND WOULDN’T MIND SEEING IT MYSELF


  • I would have liked to have known how easy life really was, not working, just going to school and home again.


  • the lottery numbers


  • I would have loved to know that my femist view of never wanting to be married or have children because I was going to have a career, could be so drastically changed. I then met a wonderful man ( who I married ) and have 2 beautiful daughters and I wouldn’t change being a SAHM for anything! There are much more important things in life.


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