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2 lucky winners will receive a Hills Hoist 45m Pale Eucalypt Medium Rotary Clothesline valued at $290.00!

Founded in 1945, with the launch of the iconic Hills Hoist, the Hills brand is known for its innovative laundry products that offer strength and durability for modern day living. Continuing to meet the needs Australian families, the brand is launching its latest outdoor laundry range of rotary, foldable and retracting lines, which maximises drying space ensuring ease of use and installation!

Hills Rotary Clotheslines are the modern-day evolution of the Hills Hoist. These top of the range clotheslines are equipped with the latest innovations and can be folded away and removed from the ground when not in use to give your garden space back. This models 3.4m head diameter is designed for a slightly smaller yard, yet still offer 45m of drying space over seven lines and 55kg weight capacity, which is ideal for a large family.

The Hills 45m Pale Eucalypt Medium Rotary Clothesline, up for offers:

  • - An extra thick, galvanised and powder coated steel structure with engineering grade plastic parts
  • - An ergonomic winding handle that smoothly raises the head of the clothesline up to 4.2m
  • - A head that glides from the folded to open position using an extremely easy to operate push button mechanism
  • - Easy installation, as it comes pre-wired in the box with three simple installation steps and ground socket included
  • - Options colour matched to COLORBOND ® steel Pale Eucalypt ®
  • - The option to permanently install the ground socket (included) into a concrete pad, allowing the clothesline to be removed from the socket when not in use.

Hills Hoist clothesline

It’s been over 75 years since the launch of the iconic Hills Hoist, which became a household name synonymous with durability and practical design for big open gardens. Now, more than ever, Australians are looking for compact solutions that are easy to set up, durable and will help avoid high electricity bills. Today, the brand offers an on-trend range of high quality clothes lines, airers, ironing boards, laundry accessories and garden products to make home life easier. It is also trusted by Australians looking for smart and beautiful garment care, storage and organisation solutions, and has been a Readers Digest Trusted Brand Award winner for five years in a row (2013 – 2017). The brand has also won Good Design Awards in 2012, 2014 and 2016.

 

The new Hills laundry and clothesline range will be available through Bunnings stores nationwide and at Bunnings.com.au. To find out more about Hills and stockists for its complete range, including all good hardware and department stores, visit Hillshome.com.au.

Please note this competition is open from 18th May 2020 until 21st June 2020 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. C. Warrick - NSW
  2. C. McKenna - NSW
  • With a young growing family, washing is a daily chore that never ends, a Hills Hoist will provide all the extra space to dry in the fresh air, an economical and practical way to dry our family clothes while also looking after the environment by not using the dryer.


  • During lock-down, my family have been doing anything we can to entertain ourselves. With a HILLS HOIST clothes-line, we will finally be able to re-enact that great Aussie classic movie, “Picnic at Hanging Frock”.


  • My Dad’s Hills Hoist,
    Has seen it’s day,
    It’s all because of me!
    During my childhood,
    The poor old clothesline,
    Was swung upon in glee.
    Twenty years later,
    It’s beyond repair,
    Battered and forelorn.
    Would love to give Dad,
    A brand new line,
    For the clothes to dry once more!


  • The original hills hoist was the most wonderfully designed machine known here in Aust. Unfortunately we no longer have a big backyard where we can put in a hills hoist and kids can swing on them, though they have been told not to. The modern hills hoist try to get the benefit of a wind tunnel near your apartment or small back yard. But I’d love one because I still want to buy Australian


  • For the convenience and prestige of owning the best hoist in Australia, and for the memories!


  • For me it’s not just about the practical application, hanging up the washing, but having fun spinning the kids around like mum used to spin me


  • Busy working mum’s dream…
    Cost saving, efficient, wind-drying “machine”!
    Trusted, durable, ergonomic clothesline…
    Hills Hoist.. “clean winner” everytime!
    Hubby backed his vehicle up to the door..
    Took off, line caught, Hill’s Hoist no more!!
    Took clothes to the line.. realised…
    Tangled mess needed replacing! Love MOM’s perfect prize!!


  • Wet washing, supposed to hang it on the line, supposed to dry very quickly when the weathers finnne … but when you don’t have a line it’s hard. Help me live out this childhood play school song


  • After 13 years in Aus, I have yet to try spin the goon bag on a Hills Hoist. I think my youngest is weaning himself, so maybe it’s time to try!


  • We’re currently using rafters in our outdoor car garage to hang clothes. A hills hoist would save our garments from rain, dust and bugs, plus splinters and spiders that end up in our “clean clothes” plus money saved from regular rewarding. Would be a massive ‘hoist’ in the right direction!


  • My fondest memory is growing up and swinging on the hills hoist I only have an undercover clothesline and would love a traditional one


  • I’d love a Hills Hoist to help with modernising my back yard, We have an old line that has drooping lines and the part that holds the line up so she can have it on different heights no longer works so its very low


  • Six foot sons, know it all for sure…
    Yet since January first, we can rarely see laundry floor!!!
    At twenty one, seventeen, eighteen they now wash their own, don’t get me wrong…they constantly moan!!
    Current fold out line has limited space, a removable Hills Hoist offers space saving Grace.


  • The Hills Hoist is quality product that lasts the test of time, unfortunately the kids like to use it as a swing and tend to grab onto my towels that im trying to dry and spin around which the Hills Hoist doesn’t really like, now sagging and needs replacing


  • My son Alex is ‘HILLS’larious. He said, “Mum, our clothesline resembles a scarecrow with protruding hands; it’s scaring the posties. They won’t come near our home”. Alex is a bright spark despite his autism, always by my side ‘HOIST’nestly, keeping me company, helping me across the ‘LINE’ during our quaran‘TEEN’!


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