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You now have a chance to win the world’s number one selling outdoor toy Bunch O Balloons™, which is perfect for the best water fight fun ever!

The World’s #1 outdoor toy manufacturer, ZURU, are giving away SEVEN Bunch O Balloons Prize Packs which each consists of:

  • 2 x Crazy Balloons
  • 2 x X-Shot Fast Fill

(each pack is valued at $70)

Bunch O Balloons

Fill your water balloon battles with a spark of colour with the craziest, most wacky water balloons ever! Crazy Bunch O Balloons! Fill and Tie 100 Crazy water balloons in less than 60 seconds with these sensational self-tying Crazy water balloons! With innovative O-Ring technology and Rapid Fill capabilities, say goodbye to the stress and mess of filling individual water balloons and say hello to never ending splash out loud fun! Simply connect, fill and make hundreds of water balloons with no hand-tying.

X-Shot Fast Fill

X-SHOT Fast-Fill allows you to refill your blaster in 1 second and get back to the water blasting action long before your opponents. Just dunk, fill and close with rapid sealing technology. It shoots up to 30ft/10m and you can fill it anywhere. Because a Fast-Fill is everything. Up Your Game!

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Now You Can Recycle Your Balloons

ZURU are inspiring Aussie kids to be conscious consumers. Bunch O Balloons stems and caps are now not only made with 100% fully certified traceable post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic materials and they can be recycled in a free consumer programme.

ZURU Co-Founder and COO Anna Mowbray said passionate Bunch O Balloons fans made it “very clear to us” that as much as they love a good water fight they value and respect the planet.

“It was on the back of enormous enthusiasm from consumers as well as deeply held determination within ZURU’s production teams that we invested heavily in Bunch O Balloons manufacturing to make considerable changes to our processes,” said Mowbray.

2nd Life For The Balloons

After each epic water fight, fans are encouraged to collect the foil packaging, caps and stems, download a printable free shipping label and send them to TerraCycle at no cost for recycling. Recycled plastic goes onto a second life, turned into ‘nurdles’ used to create playground equipment, park benches, picnic tables and more.

“We’re committed to inspiring low cost fun and enabling everyone to participate in our recycling programme as part of building a zero-waste mindset in kids, says Mowbray.


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Please note this competition is open from 1 February 2021 until 1 March 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.

Winners for this competition

  1. H. OttelliVIC
  2. A. LeNSW
  3. R. HarrisonVIC
  4. D. RossiSA
  5. N. WaidemanWA
  6. C. DixonNSW
  7. A. LeeNSW
  • Mindfulness is everything! Not just buying blindly. What is the packaging? Is there a more environmentally sound option? When dealing with is having at home recycle everything possible! And what can’t be recycled can still be reused for arts and crafts for example rather than buying new

  • My actions are the best teaching tools, they see me making smart choices when I shop and recycle as much as possible, we have a huge compost bin in our garden where we give back to our environment.

  • Always recycle, putting waste in the right bin, growing our own vegetables, and tending to those garden beds.

  • We have various recycle collection bins in the home, And we are always in a reduce your waste zone! Meal plans and growing veg, Shopping in op shops is something for that they beg!

  • Teaching children to care for the environment is a learning experience that is an important part of growing up. It’s taught my children skills in respect, empathy, patience and responsibility. My children love growing their own veggies and herbs and seeing who can fill up the recycling bin the most!

  • Im collecting cans at the moment with my little one when were out walking and at home, together we take them to the recycling station for a refund which she absolutely love’s because its a little bit of money for her and teaches the importance of littering and recycling

  • They all have their own reusable straws. Also have reusable drink bottles. We also recycle all our rubbish. In our garden we have a compost bin for food scraps, making beautiful rich soil for our home grown veggies. Motto- CAN THIS BE RECYCLED? Save our PLANET!

  • Recycle whatever we can

  • Every weekend we’d take the kids out to the park and make it a game/habit to pick up 10 pieces of recyclable materials around the neighbourhood and parks to fill up the recycling bins provided there so they understand what to look out for when they think about recycling.

  • Look before buying to see what the product and packaging is made from

  • I show my child the recyclable packaging and the recyclable bin that it needs to go into.

  • We make sure that we model recycling to our son by doing it – separating recycling types and using reusable items where we can.

  • We have recycling stations set up at home so everyone knows where to put our recycling. We also do a no packaging for food items in lunch boxes.

  • i encorage and teach my kids to recycle by recycling myself and making conscious decisions about suitable products we purchase..
    we recycle bottles and other household products

  • Buy only what you need, use everything (especially with food) and recycle where possible.

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