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Ready to make some cool tunes? We’ve got the ultimate prize from UkuleleMate, four UkuleleMate Bondi surf series bundles valued at $189 each!

UkuleleMate is Australia’s largest ukulele store, we have been around for over 10 years! Whether you’re a beginner or experienced ukulele player, we believe you deserve a wonderful, amazing looking and sounding instrument.

  • We make it effortless to find a ukulele that you’ll fall in love with
  • We deliver fast. Most times your uke arrives in 1-2 days.
  • You can find your ukulele between 120+ models.
  • Our team are ukulele experts, this is our bread and butter
  • Left handed? No worries, we offer the largest collection of left handed ukuleles in the world.
  • Want to exchange your ukulele? You get free 60-day returns, no questions asked.
  • Before we send your uke, we set it up and carefully package it
  • With your ukulele, you also get a ton of learning tools, video tutorials and even a live lesson
  • You get a lifetime warranty on your ukulele
  • You deal with an Aussie-based company

Ukelele-Mate-Bondi-Prize-Bundle

Mouths of Mums have partnered up with UkuleleMate who are generously giving up four Bondi Surf Series bundles valued at $189 each for four lucky winners.

Each pack includes:

  • Bondi surf series ukulele – 12 colours to choose from
  • Bondi deluxe bag of your choice – 10 to choose from
  • Free Goodies Pack worth $80. Includes tuner, strap, picks and more

Please note this competition is open from 27th September 2021 until 31st October 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. 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.

  • Epically, ethereally, enchanted by song the sky is the limit for my little one. Singing as the sun rises, til her eyes close at night ‘Cover me with Sunshine’ debuted to our utter delight! Captivating with her lilting take, ukulele in her eager arms the ultimate icing on the cake!


  • American Pie always gets everyone to sing along does not matter if you don’t sing in tune just about sharing music


  • Any song my daughter can muster up! The wiggles have fostered a love for guitars and the ukulele would be a perfect start for her


  • Anything by Jack Johnson as I love his music.


  • Israel Kamakawiwo’ole’s version of ‘Somewhere over the rainbow’ and ‘What a wonderful World.’ They were made for the ukulele … and I know someone who can convert me from a guitar to the ukulele. What an opportunity! I’d really love to win this!!!


  • My little girl love music class and is fascinated when the teacher plays the ukulele would love her own to play loves music and already has a collection of instruments would be a amazing edition to her collection.


  • Tip toe through the tulips as Tiny Tim was awesome and it would take me back to when mu dad mimicked him in the 80s.


  • Anything I want to learn to play the ukulele so perhaps then I’ve got some common interest with my ex foster mom whom I’d love so much to reconnect with


  • i would love to win this for the toddlers at the child care centre i volenteer at – i just think they would love it


  • Somewhere over the rainbow because it’s beautiful and the perfect song to play on a ukulele.


  • You are my sunshine – because it brightens up everyone’s day


  • All summer long, because summer is coming and we can’t wait!


  • somewhere over the rainbow would sound so beautiful!


  • It’s not me, it’s my 5yo who loves his ‘mini guitar’ as he calls it, well use to since his baby brother got a bit excited with it one day and wanted to play a song for his big brother ???????????? it did not end well. I’d love a super special replacement for my big boy so he can get back into music ????


  • The Maori love song, Pokarekare Ana. Lovely melody. Well known so friends will hum along. It’s easy to learn the cords in keyC and also play swing style. My little girl would play and sing with me because she knows the words and is learning the ukulele at school.


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