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We are pleased to be able to give 5 lucky people the chance to win a CBeebies Big Beat Bop music pack valued at $100!

WIN 1 OF 5 ultimate Big Beat Bop Music Prize Packs from CBeebies worth $100 each! Each Pack includes:

  • Lah-Lah Backpack
  • Lah-Lah ‘I’m with the band’ Shirt
  • Lah-Lah’s stripy socks
  • CBeebies Lah-Lah Tamborine
  • CBeebies Lets Make Music activity book
  • CBeebies drink bottle
  • CBeebies pencil case, crayons and sticker set

The whole family will be singing, dancing and bopping along with the CBeebies Big Beat Bop music prize pack, inspired by popular Australian pre-school TV series Lah-Lah’s Adventures. Introduce your little one to the wonderful world of music with CBeebies and Lah-Lah’s Adventures, on Foxtel.

See Lah-Lah’s Adventures weekdays at 8am, on CBeebies.



Entry into the CBeebies Big Beat Pop competition (“the Competition”) is open to members of Mouths of Mums who are Australian residents only. The promoter is Mouths of Mums Pty Limited (“The Promoter”). The competition is open from 9am AEST on 1st September 2014 until 5pm AEST on 19th September 2014. To enter the Competition, entrants must compete the online entry form and in 25 words or less answer the following question; If you had the chance to be in Lah Lah’s Big Live Band, what instrument would you play and why? 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.


There are five prizes which consist of a CBeebies Big Beat Bop music pack each valued at $100 (“Prize”). The total maximum Prize pool value is $500. The Prize values are the recommended retail values as provided by the Promoter and its third party supplier’s and are correct at the time of printing. All Prize values are in Australian dollars. It is a condition of accepting the Prize that winners must comply with any conditions of use of the Prize and the Prize manufacturer and Promoter and its third party supplier’s directions or requirements. The Prize/s are not transferable or redeemable for cash. The content of the Prize/s will be at the Promoter and its third party supplier’s sole discretion. The Promoter and its third party supplier’s make no warranty or representations about the fitness for purpose or suitability of any Prize and will not accept any responsibility for the quality of fitness for any purpose of any Prize/s, or the failure of any Prize/s to be of merchantable quality. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive the Prize.


The Promoter and its third party supplier’s accept no responsibility for any changes in dates, times or cancellations or other arrangements that may prevent the Prize winners from winning the Prize/s or using the Prize/s. In the event that the Promoter varies the Competition or varies or withdraws the Prize, the Promoter and its third party supplier’s shall not be liable to any person for any costs, loss or damage (including costs, loss or damage caused by any negligence) arising out of, or in connection with, such cancellation, variation or withdrawal, or be required to provide the Prize at any other time. Entrants enter the Competition at their own risk. With the exception of liability which cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter and its third party supplier’s shall not be liable for (and the Prize winner agree to release the Promoter and its third party supplier’s from liabilities related to) any loss or damage which is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for personal injury or sickness suffered or sustained as a result of accepting or using the Prize or entering the Competition

Winners for this competition

  1. M. PowellVIC
  2. B. LeskieVIC
  3. K. WallaceVIC
  4. J. AgiusNSW
  5. J. HandQLD
  • Definately the drums because they are the loudest

  • Definitely the saxaphone – because it’s just so fun!

  • The tambourine and keep time with the singing

  • I’d play the tambourine. I think it would be fairly easy to learn, and I really need an ‘easy’ instrument, as I’m not a fast learner. lol !

  • Something lightly portable like a PICCOLO so I could dance and play… or try be creative and fashion an ocarina or flute from a CARROT .. like musician Lindsey Pollack does with many vegetables.

  • I would love to rock out on the Saxophone because it’s my kids favourite and I would love to be their rock star.

  • The triangle. I’m a bit ‘musically challenged’ so that’s probably about all I could manage!

  • Piano/key board always wanted to learn how to play, maybe later?

  • I would play the piano – it makes a beautiful sound and is such a versatile instrument

  • The harp is the instrument of a true princess. I know if I play my prince will hear me.

  • The recorder…it’s the only thing I ever learned to play. Plus, it’s plastic so I can’t break it!

  • Definitely a tamborine so I could still be free to dance and sing along to the music!

  • If I was in Lah-lah’s I’d play the ukulele! My daughter loves her little uke and I’d be the coolest- playing in the Lah-Lah band and strumming a tiny guitar, just like at home, singing made up songs together!

  • Being so uncoordinated I’d definitely stick to playing the tambourine since I only need to shake it!

  • the piano because its easy to learn and sounds great

  • In Lah Lah’s Big Live Band,
    Drum sticks are in hand.
    Natural rhythm is for all,
    Regardless, you’ll have a ball.
    Easy as to look like a pro,
    Sign me up when’s the show?!

  • The Saxophone, its loud and proud and a huge statement piece!

  • My daughter would play the guitar,
    It’s her favourite musical instrument by far.
    She loves to sit and sing and play
    Basically it’s all I hear all day!
    She doesn’t have lessons but that’s not a worry,
    She’ll sit and strum; happy and content to just play up a flurry!

  • I would play the saxophone, it’s such an intricate, elegant musical instrument but can tell a thousand stories to my daughter

  • I would play the drums because I love to be LOUD

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