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5 lucky tennis fans will receive an Australian Open 2016 ground pass for a family of four!

The Medibank Community Fund is giving five lucky tennis fans and their family the chance to win the best value ticket in town to the Australian Open 2016.

An Australian Open 2016 ground pass provides access to all outdoor courts as well as Hisense Arena. Valid for one day only from Monday 18 January 2016 to Sunday 31 January 2016*, the Australian Open Family Ground Pass tickets can comprise of either 2 Adults and 2 Children or 1 Adult and 3 Children.

See the stars battle it out on court and soak up all the entertainment around the grounds on what promises to be a big day out at Melbourne Park.

*pass not valid Saturday 23 January 2016.

Visit YouTube to find out more about the Medibank Community Fund’s grant program and decide which 19 shortlisted local community projects enabling kids to be more physically active will be awarded a share in half a million dollars.

Please note this competition is open from 17th November 2015 until 30th November 2015 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. The prize does not include transfers to and from the event or any purchases made at the event. Not flights or accommodation is included in the prize. 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.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. WardVIC
  2. A. XynosVIC
  3. M. TurnerVIC
  4. P. McStayVIC
  • Kids should be more physically active because it’s a healthier way of life, helping with obesity and coordination.

  • Being a teacher and father of four,
    Health and physical education we should not ignore!
    Nowadays children spend too much time indoor,
    We should encourage movement, play, outdoor time to explore!
    Obesity rate is far too high,
    Parents should also get involved- Dare to fly!

  • Because it’s proven that endorphins are released during exercise that make you feel good and happy kids equal happy mum.

  • It will keep their minds active and continue to be healthy as adults

  • Healthy little people
    Make happy bigger kids

  • Kids learn and mimic you, so to get kids more active you need to be more active yourself. It is as simple as walking to school instead of driving, playing outside at home or going to the park and kicking the ball. The incidental physically activity is just as important as planned exercise.

  • To always be healthy, live life having fun, enjoying themselves and feeling like there kids, to be able to do what kids do best, using all their energy to be physically active and entertain themselves with their imagination!

  • They would be healthier and happier kids who will grow up to be healthier and happier adults.

  • so they have a healthy body and mind. if they start being more active at a younger age they are more likely to continue into adult hood.

  • Not only great for their health, but it means that they are away from technology and brain numbing things.

  • it is important for kids to be physically active so they are also physical tired at the end of the day and sleep better. What is more it will help their metabolism and keep them healthy.

  • With the growing obesity epidemic with 1 in 4 children in Australia overweight or obese, it is a priority for our kids to get out in the sun, to move more and to enjoy sport instead of being in front of a screen. It improves their mood, fosters their love of exercise.

  • Not only is it important for their physical heath but for their mental health aswell as their social and motor skills!

  • So they live longer and healthier increasing their chances of being able to look after me when I am old and grey! – they will need it

  • Being physically active can help fight childhood obesity and help them to lead a full well balanced life. It also helps with learning brain development.

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