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Since 1947, TONKA trucks have remained a staple in the toy boxes of kids all over the world as a true representative of imaginative play.

From the traditional Steel segment to our popular lights and sounds vehicles, My First TONKA pre-school line and the ever-expanding collection of TONKA Tinys, we’ve ensured there is a vehicle for TONKA fans of all ages!

TONKA Tinys segment will continue to be a focus with additional vehicle styles packaged in their signature blind box garages.

The Tinys line will expand with the introduction of playsets including the “CAR CRUSH ESCAPE PLAYSET” and “BLAST & DASH QUARRY PLAYSET”.

If you’d like to win TONKA, you’re going to live this prize!

10x Lucky Winners will receive a TONKA Birthday Prize Pack valued at $50.00 which includes;

1x Tonka Tiny Car Crush Escape Playset

1x Tonka Tiny Blast Dash and Quarry Playset

3x Tonka Tiny Singles

Your little TONKA fans (and the big ones too) will absolutely love these Prize Packs. Hurry! Enter now!

You might also like to print out this awesome TONKA colouring-in sheet – hours of fun for little TONKA fans.

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Please note this competition is open from 24 May 2017 until 24 June 2017 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. A. Hannah - NSW
  2. K. Hickey - NSW
  3. B. Lewis - QLD
  4. W. Farthing - VIC
  5. K. Campbell - VIC
  6. S. Drew - VIC
  7. S. Hayer - QLD
  8. E. Collis - NSW
  9. K. Pascoe - NSW
  10. R. Sidrak - NSW
  • my cousin taught me how to make a tonka truck look alike with a metal mechano set, I felt so clever!


  • Playing in the sandpit building roads for trucks and cars using the grader and backhoe and inviting the neighbourhood kids over to join in. No batteries, no problems. Used our hands and our imaginations.


  • Having to fight with my brother in the sandpit to be able to play with the big Tonka dumptruck as my parent’s would not buy Tonka toys for me.


  • mY SON THROWING HIS “Tonka Toys” at his baby sister because she wqas getting all the attention.


  • Playing in the dirt stealing my brothers tonka trucks and throwing mud pies at them when they wouldn’t let their little sister play ohh they were the days


  • it was my 4th birthday and I got my first Tonka truck and I also had a huge mound of dirt to dig in I was in my glory


  • I remember choosing Tonka over dolls any day, especially in the sandpit, with the dog!
    … meanwhile Barbie and Ken had to settle for living the clean life .. well I think so anyway!!


  • Big brother sat me in the back,
    Of our giant Tonka truck.
    Pushed me down a steep hill,
    As he wished me luck!
    Zooming over bumps and rocks,
    I held on ever so tight.
    Yelled out ‘Let’s go again!’,
    Even though I almost died of fright!


  • Being a young girl hanging with my dad, helping dad working on his car. Girls didn’t get Tonka trucks, they got dolls. So I used to take my brothers Tonka truck, the big yellow one and go and play in the sand pit. Happy memories


  • Tonka for me meant playing with my big brother and his friends. There was a lot of chasing each other with our Tonka toys in hand, bumping, crashing and laughter. I’d love to share the same experience with my two boys.


  • Digging in the sandpit with David and Michael – the neighbours two doors up – early on a Saturday morning


  • My little brother had Tonka trucks. I was not to touch them, when he wasn’t around I would play with them. Then one day he came home. I looked at him,he started laughing and said, so you do like them! We took turns in the truck.


  • Actually driving so many trucks into the sand, I couldn’t find them all when it was time to go home!


  • Going to my sisters house and playing with their big crane tonka. So old but so fun


  • Filling my big yellow Tonka truck full of flowers and driving it so fast as I’m chasing my brothers around the garden. Good tip – a Tonka full of flowers always crossed the finish line first and surly outrun my brothers full of dirt every time.


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