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Welcome to our new green magazine! We hope you enjoy your online magazine experience. Hype Magazine is now also optimised for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod. We have found plenty of things to do and see for your family around Cairns and North Queensland this winter. Plus there are 5 great family competition prizes up for grabs on page 16, including a family pass to the circus, movie tickets, skating, bowling and the bird of prey show. So start sending in your entries! Hype Magazine has become a major supporter of the local Australian Rainforest Foundation (ARF). Over the coming months we will be assisting them in getting their messages out to the community. The month of July is Coins for Cassowaries and ARF are asking people to donate all their foreign and local change to help the endangered cassowary. Various schools are collection points for the Coins for Cassowaries Month, if you would like your school to be involved call ARF for more information on 4041 1489. Westpac Banks in the region are also collection points. These school holidays I am heading off to Cobbold Gorge for a five day camping trip with my family, I am looking forward to sitting by the campfire and generally having some relaxing family time with my hubby and kids. Wishing you a wonderful winter in the tropics! Warm regards, Keren Goodchild, Editor of Hype Magazine

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The Cairns Show is on 21-23 July 2010

What’s New?

Aus Freestyle Moto X and BMX Performances

Showcasing Australia’s top Freestyle Trail Riders, Aus Freestyle entertainment’s show is a dynamic performance displaying trail motocycles and bicycles being pushed to their limit. Also including the F Truck Fun Box where back flips, 360’s and no handlers will be displayed.

Blitz Flame Jet Truck

New to Cairns and not to be missed is the Blitz Flame Jet Truck. Be sure to check out the Rolls Royce Viper 202 turbo jet powered Blitz Jet Truck Australia.

Amazing Drumming Monkeys

An adorable little variety show aimed at 2 to 8 year olds amazing Drum monkeys, great entertainment for all ages. The Show features live music, songs, dances and magic tricks. Join in the fun at the Stockland’s Circus tent.

Tony Herrman - Ice Sculptor

Nightly ice carving performances showcasting amazing skill and artist talent.

Ergon’s Energy School Science & Technology Display Ergon Energy

For the first time there will be a Science and Technology display at the Show. The winning display wins $500 proudly donated by Showbag Warehouse.

Cairns Show Billboard Competition

The competition is offering students in the Far North the opportunity to participate in this inaugural competition and have their artwork displayed on a 3m x 12m billboard located on Scott Street at the Cairns Show Grounds.

Damien Curr’s Outstation North Indigenous Stockman Show

There will be 2 daily shows in the corral area, incorporating men working cattle, whip cracking, bronco branding and buck jumping.

For more info check out cairnsshow.com.au

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Stay in comfort, surrounded by history Chillagoe Guesthouse was once the original Chillagoe Post Office and was later occupied as a private residence for many years. In recent times it has been extensively renovated (while still retaining its original facade) and now offers 6 comfortable rooms as an outback guesthouse. Chillagoe Guesthouse is centrally located in Chillagoe town centre. There are a many historic sites around town. An early morning walk will have you amazed at just how much history is preserved in Chillagoe. Chillagoe was originally a centre for the gold and copper mining industry and has retained most of its historic charm. Today Chillagoe is a best know for its limestone caves and the reemerging mining industry. Chillagoe town centre boasts two outback hotels, grocery store, takeaway and a licensed restaurant (please check availability as it can vary). Chillagoe also has an information centre, town hall, church, police station, hospital and airport.

Guesthouse Facilities:

Provided - a complimentary breakfast hamper and linen, towels, face washers and basic toiletries Bedrooms - ALL airconditioned with doors onto verandah* Kitchen - full kitchen (oven, microwave & general appliances) Veranda - featuring an outdoor table Lounge Room TV & DVD player Laundry - a washing machine and basin Free local telephone calls and off street parking


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Love Horse Riding Unique to Cairns, Crystal Cascades Horse Park is a purpose built horse riding facility conveniently located at Redlynch only 15kms from the Cairns CBD and the Northern Beaches. Open 6 days a week CCHP enables people to experience horse riding and horse care without the need to own their own horse. “Horse riding is a fantastic activity for people of all ages and abilities to be involved in” CCHP owner Karen Flanagan says.“At CCHP we believe that learning to ride or getting back in the saddle after some time off, should be a safe, fun and rewarding experience. Our clients range from 3 yrs to 85yrs. Alfred is a wonderful 85yo gent who comes out for a fortnightly lesson or guided trail ride. He had never ridden a horse before coming to CCHP. We are all very proud of his achievements.” Whilst horse riding is recreational and good physical exercise there are many intrinsic benefits as well. Riding improves balance and coordination as well as developing self confidence and a sense of freedom. Horse riding is an excellent form of exercise regardless of the activity undertaken e.g. several hundred bones and muscles are gently moved and exercised in the process of riding on a walking horse. Riding programs are tailored to the individual client’s riding ability, level of fitness and confidence so that the client is always comfortable with the work they are doing. (Continues on Page 11)


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As well as providing lessons for able bodied clients CCHP currently has clients with Cerebal Palsy, autism and special needs who are benefiting from riding horses. One of our clients is Jasmine, a 7yo who has Cerebal Palsy. Jasmine has been riding at CCHP on a weekly basis for approximately 2 years. Her mother Shannon says “Horse riding has enabled Jasmine to develop her skills and riding ability at her own pace which helps builds her confidence. The therapeutic aspect is an added bonus. She has even competed in her first dressage competition and is very proud of her blue ribbon�. Research has also shown that working with animals (and horses in particular) can influence people in incredibly powerful ways. Community Assistance organisations are increasingly using Animal Assisted Therapy programs to break through the barriers that prevent individuals from participating fully in the community. A relationship developed with a horse can offer challenges to help overcome fears, build up trust, respect and compassion, develop communication skills, problem solving and coping techniques, self confidence and self esteem. CCHP has developed an Animal Assisted Therapy program that is suitable for use by schools, youth assistance organisations, etc. All lessons and trail rides are conducted by qualified Riding Instructors and Trail Guides who are accredited with Horse Safety Australia and hold current Senior First Aid Certificates and Working with Children Blue Cards. CCHP staff are dedicated to providing a rewarding experience for clients regardless of their age or ability. CCHP has a stable of quiet, well-mannered, highly trained horses suitable for all ages and abilities. For more details or to make a booking call 07 40393143 or visit www.crystalcascadeshorsepark.com.au


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Happy Birthday to Z00! Cairns Tropical Zoo celebrated its 30th Birthday on Saturday May 15th and a huge day was enjoyed by everyone who attended. Over 800 visitors including lots of Wildcard yearly pass holders came to experience all the extra activities on the day. Live music, face painters, a caricaturist, Tjapukai Aboriginal Dancers, and a visit from Kooee the giant kangaroo all helped to entertain the crowd. Mayor Val Schier was there to cut the cake(s) which were demolished in record time by a large contingent of ‘hungry for cake’ children. You would think they had never eaten cake before! The Palm Cove Surf Life Saving Club were there as well doing a fund raising sausage sizzle which exceeded all expectations. Seven hundred snags were sold on the day producing one of the club’s best ever fund raisers. They all worked very hard! The colouring in competition had over one hundred entries making the winners in the different age groups a difficult choice for...


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the judges. The winners each received a Show Bag of goodies and a Wildcard yearly pass for their family. Runners up also received a Show Bag and a family day pass. Zoo wildlife staff mingled with the visitors with a variety of animals to add some extra up close and personal animal encounters during the day. The highlight of the day was the 70kg Burmese Python which slowly slithered over the grass to the amazement of the children. Everyone had such a great day and Mother Nature turned on her best weather, so the question has already been asked – “When is the next one?” Cairns Tropical Zoo has a Wildcard yearly pass which allows you unlimited visits over twelve months starting from just $56.00 and you can purchase an upgrade to a Mega Wildcard which includes Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures and Kuranda Koala Gardens from just $100.00.

Visit the website cairnstropicalzoo.com

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Capture the Moment We all have some great pictures that have captured a special moment between a child and a special man in their lives. They could be their dad, granddad, uncle foster dad or even older brother! These are the type of pictures that make up the Thanks Dad National Exhibition and, without pictures like yours being contributed, they couldn’t run this wonderful exhibition of these moments. They are celebrating the 10th year of this competition! The National Thanks Dad Photo Competition is again calling for entries. Why not encourage everybody you know – adults or young people – to enter this Competition. You could win a cash prize and at the same time celebrate the great things your kids do with the most important man in their life. All entries into this competition will go onto the website and become part of the National Exhibition for 2010 that will tour the country throughout 2011for people to enjoy. Be part of this exhibition that helps encourage more men to spend quality time with their children. The competition is not judged on technical quality – rather on capturing that special moment between the child and the man in their life. There are categories for Primary and Secondary School aged children as well as Adults. There is also a section for a short story written about the day or moment the photo was taken. If you would like to thank a special man in your life for their involvement in your children’s lives – or thank someone who has been special to you – then find a photo and email or post it in. Entry forms can be downloaded from the website www.thanksdadphotos.org.au or call 0266 223143 and they will send you out an entry form. All entries will be entered into the National Competition which closes August 25th. Winners will be announced on Father’s Day. For more information about ‘Thanks Dad’ and to see past entries go to www. thanksdadphotos.org.au – funded by FaHCSIA – Men and Family Relationship Services program.


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Thanks Dad Photo Competition is a great way to say “thanks” to your dad, granddad, uncle, step-dad or even older brother or sports coach. With over 11 categories to enter you could win a cash prize and at the same time celebrate the great things your kids do with the most important man in their lives! Categories this year include categories for ‘photos taken with a mobile phone’ as well as our usual categories of Open, Photo taken by School aged children, Photo featuring grandfather or older carer, and short stories written about that special day or moment shown in a photo (prizes given in adult, primary and secondary age groups).

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Download an entry form at www.thanksdadphotos.org or call 02 6622 3143 and we will send you one out. Visit the website to see the great photos taken by other families across the country and find out about hosting your own Exhibition of the Photos. All entries will be published on our website and displayed at our countrywide tour of the photos.

Photo by Wayne Daly —an entry in the 2006 competition

Visit the Thanks Dad Photos website to find out more about the national competition: www.thanksdadphotos.org or email: tdp@ycnc.com.au

Thanks Dad National Photo Competitions and People’s Choice Exhibitions are non-profit, community initiatives of Family Journeys/Father Son Journeys auspiced by Youth Connections North Coast, Lismore NSW Funded by FaHCSIA—Men & Family Relationship Services Program


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Unleash Your Child’s Imagination Today The Young Company, Theatre for Children and Young People WINTER DRAMA SCHOOL, starts on Monday 28 June through to Thursday 1 July with program two starting on Monday July 5 through to Thursday July 8 from 9am to 3pm at 169 Bunda St, Cairns City. TYC Winter Drama School will see children and young people participate in 4 full days of creative play where they will develop the essentials of stage performance through improvisation, role-play and characterisation with Tony DiTerlizzi’s SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES during program one and Roald Dahl’s CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY in program two. They will also have the opportunity to explore set and costume design as well as incorporating multi-media performance elements such as sound, lighting and cinematography. Each four-day program costs $180 and is open to children and young people aged 8yrs through to 14yrs. At the end of each program participants will receive a certificate of achievement and perform for their parents and friends. They will also receive a DVD keepsake. Participating in TYC action packed Winter Drama School program will be loads of fun and see participants make lots of new friends while also improve their acting techniques, self-confidence, communication and presentation skills, as well as their creativity. For more information on TYC’s Winter Drama School please ph. 4041 4066 or register online at their website theyoungcompany.com.au.


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Awesome Kids’ Competitions! Win a Family Pass to Loritz Circus out of Africa Tell us 5 things you love about the circus! Visit their website at loritzcircus.com Entries due Friday 2nd July 2010

Win a family pass to Birch Carroll & Coyle

Tell us your top 6 favourite movies to win this prize! Visit their website www.birch.com.au Entries due Friday 2nd July 2010

Win a family Go Bowling Pass

Draw a picture of yourself bowling! Visit their website www.gobowling.com.au Entries due Friday 30th July 2010

Win a Cairns Recreation family Skate Pass

Tell us in 30 words or less why you love skating! Visit their website www.cairnsrecreationcentre.com.au Entries due Friday 30th July 2010

Win a family pass to Birds of Prey

Tell us 5 reasons why you would like to win this prize! Visit their website www.birdsofprey.com.au Entries due Friday 30th July 2010 To enter in these great competitions either email your entry to info@kidshype.com.au or post your entry to Hype Magazine, PO Box 759, Edgehill Qld 4870

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COINS FOR CASSOWARIES

Please place all your foreign and local change to help us help the Endangered Cassowary. Join the Australian Rainforest Foundation in coin collection for July We will accept all of your unwanted foreign, local coin or notes that you have to give. As a whole we can convert them to make a difference for the endangered cassowary. Drop them off at any Westpac branch or your local participating school. Contact us for further information on 40411489, email: shop@arf.net.au or visit us at the The Rainforest Shop, 51 Esplanade, Cairns - Our website is www.arf.net.au.


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Make Your Own Cornflake Biscuits Instructions

Beat margarine and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla and beat well. Sift flour and baking powder. Add sifted dry ingredients and cornflakes and mix well for a few minutes. Place a tablespoon of mixture onto ungreased baking paper. Bake in 180 degrees oven until lightly browned. Takes around 10 mins. When cooled share with your family and friends, yummo!

Ingredients

1 1/2 cups corn flakes 2 cups sifted plain flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 250g margarine 1 tsp vanilla essence 1 cup sugar 2 eggs


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Cairns 23 June - 11 July

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Free high flying trapeze classes are available these School Holidays for kids aged 5-16 years. The classes will be held on the 26th, 27th & 28th of June near the skate park on the esplanade. The flying trapeze classes involve a maximum of 12 kids and run from 9.30am till 11am. The circus ground skills classes take upto 30 kids and run from 2.30pm-3.30pm. Call to book on 0420 895 021or visit www.circusarts.com.au Bookings are essential for these free classes as spaces are limited.

Crafty Holiday fun at the Shopping Centres

Cairns Central Shopping Centre 28 June to 3 July

Monday to Saturday 10am till 2pm Sand Art Activities. Make your very own coloured sand art picture.

Mt Sheridan Plaza 28 June to 3 July

Monday to Saturday 10am till 2pm Join the fun with Polly’s Crafts! Spin Art and Shrink Art plus take home kits to keep the


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The Cairns Ukulele Festival Cairns will be host the inaugural Cairns Ukulele Festival on the 3rd and the 4th of July. The festival, totally dedicated to the tiny four stringed instrument encompasses an art exhibition, a build-your-own-ukulele workshop and dozens of concerts. With festival locations such as a tropical atol on the Great Barrier Reef, on the foreshore of the Pacific Ocean and rainforest, the punters at the Cairns Ukulele Festival are sure to soak up the local aloha of Tropical North Queensland. The Cairns Ukulele Festival aims to ensure there’s something for everyone. The art exhibition that is held at the Cairns Regional Gallery, will excite art lovers. Some 50+ emerging and established artists have been given a ukulele each to decorate, and if the ukes the organisers have received back is anything to go by, the exhibition will be delightful! At the end of the exhibition, the ukes will be auctioned and proceeds will go to a charity organisation. The charity in question, is the Duchenne Foundation. During the opening of the art hexhibition, there will also be a CD-launch of a CD compiled for the Foundation by an online forum that has over 20,000 members. In the week leading up to the festival, there will be a workshop on how to build your own ukulele, taught by renown Californian luthier Rick Turner. The course was booked out within two weeks.


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The Cairns Ukulele Festival pulled another rabbit out of its hat when they announced two world-renowned overseas ukulele artists, who will be part of another Cairns Ukulele Festival component, the “Great Adventures Ukulele Island Gig”, which will be held Friday July 2nd on Great Adventures Green Island. The two artists, Hawaii-born blues ukulele artist Jason Arimoto and USA mainland born The Jumpingflea will both perform a concert, and conduct kids workshops on Green Island, an island on the Great Barrier Reef. The evening program consists of an open air screening of the ukulele documentary/movie “Mighty Uke”, at the Courthouse Hotel, in the middle of the CBD. The 3rd of July will transform the CBD, with ukulele performances on the Esplanade and other city venues. There will be more than 150 performers that day, all playing the ukulele! Ukulele Clubs and groups from around the country are flying up for the festival and will be strutting their stuff on the Saturday, as well as several local schools and other string bands. The afternoon and evening program includes a Guinness World Record attempt (largest ukulele ensemble) and a performance by Seaman Dan - all free of charge! Certainly a great day to take the family for a picnic on the Esplanade! On the 4th of July international and national headliners will grace the stage of the Tanks Arts Centre, a performance venue set in the rainforest. Canadian James Hill and Daniel Ho from Hawaii, as well as blues ukulele player Jason Arimoto are flown in especially for the festival. Other international and national acts include The Jumpingflea, The Old Spice Boys, AJ Leonard, just to name a few. There will also be free and ticketed workshops by most of the artists, including a free workshop by Mike Jackson. Mike Jackson is a wellknown childrens’ performer as well as the author the highest selling music books in Australia; the “Uke ‘n’ Play” range of books. He’s an expert instructor that will get young and old playing within one workshop, so anyone interested in having a go, is welcome! This day is action packed and is sure to leave the attendees satisfied that they have learned from, and watched the crème de la crème of ukulele players. visit www.cairnsukulelefestival.net for more details.


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The Season for a School Fete!

Part Two Article by Renae from Wonder Fair Amusements

The first part in the Autumn edition of Hype Magazine; clearly outlines’ organising a school fete requires dedication, however obtaining & securing publicity and sponsorship for a school fete can be challenging! This guide provides a brief outline of how your fete can seek to benefit from publicity and sponsorship. It is not intended to be a complete guide. Far from it, we hope you will add your own ideas and experiences to make your event a success for your school and your sponsor. Value for Money A executive from Unilever Australasia the company behind the brands; Lipton, Flora, Dove, Sunsilk, Rexona, Streets Ice Cream and another 20 leading brands told me once that “$5000 sponsorship is easy to obtain from any major corporation if approached with a good marketing, fundraising, and long term partnerships plan. But unfortunately many are not!” Business Don’t Just Give Money Away Schools fetes that become good corporate sponsorship partners realise that sponsorship is a business deal, not a donation. Sponsoring is a form of advertising for a business and potential sponsors want to exploit the commercial opportunities associated with an event, cause or organisation. The prospective sponsor needs to feel that the opportunity you’re presenting is the highest and best use of their resources; it’s a matter of cost vs. reward. A Reality Check

Are you merely offering to put up a banner at the event and include the sponsors name on the program, or will there be advertising in mass media? How will the sponsor be recognised in these ads? Will the sponsor have an opportunity to display their products? Will the sponsor receive a VIP invitation to the event with a free family meal and ride passes for their family? Our business is presented with sponsorship opportunity several times a week and I’m sure most other business are too. What makes your fete any better to sponsors then another fete or event?


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Mix and Match Ask your local butcher to supply the meat for the fete at cost price or near cost in exchange for naming rights of the BBQ area. He may even like to operate the BBQ himself, enabling him to cook the food to its fullest flavor plus personally meet and greet potential new customers.

Mention this article when you confirm your event booking for 2010/2011 with Wonder Fair Amusement & go into the draw to win a $2000 fireworks display, for your event. This will be drawn in November 2010 and conditions apply.

Fireworks at school fetes are big draw card many business love to sponsor fireworks as they know it attracts a bigger graphical audience. A benefit to the school and obliviously the sponsor too. Offer the sponsoring business naming rights of Fireworks, full media logo recognition, 12 months business advertising in the school newsletter or better still a permanent sign on a fence or sporting complex. Profitable hospitality Immediately after the event write thank you letters or appreciation certificates to all the sponsors, business and volunteers who donated time, money or goods? Furthermore include the sponsor in the school yearly newsletter mail out. Invite them to other events to just attend. The sponsor will feel a sense of recognition and for a 50cent appreciation certificate you have more then likely secured your next years sponsor again. It is easier to keep a sponsor then to gain one, so look after the ones you do have. Publicity Publicity is an extremely important aspect - it is vital that you get the message out to the local community. Local newspapers, magazines and websites will generally give free publicity for events. Most television media have a free community notice program. And a number of radio stations run a community hot line and will promote your event on air at no cost. Check with local councils and main roads before placing banners and signs on streets as this may be prohibited in some areas, but a great source of publicity if permissible. School newsletters are the major promotional tool to school families. Even advertise in neighboring school newsletters. Actively promote the event draw cards and businesses which have offered goods, services or sponsorship for the event. A Yellow Pages associate told me recently “they ceased sponsoring $5000.00+ to the largest event in a particular town as the company was not included in all forms of media!� Happy organising and best of success with your school fete.


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Share some forever after moments...

eventcinemas.com.au *Only valid for movies carrying the Rated “F� for Families logo, Valid for sessions starting prior to 5pm. Pricing: $9 for a regular movie in a standard auditorium, $11 for a regular movie in Vmax, $12 for a 3D session in a standard auditorium and $14 for a 3D session in Vmax. $1 surcharge for 3D glasses if needed. $1 fee per transaction for online bookings. Not available in Gold Class. Minimum purchase of 1 Adult and 1 Child ticket per session. Bring your family to any Rated F For Families movie and share some forever after moments.


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IT IS ON AGAIN!

We are on the lookout for an extra special teacher. Do you think your teacher is tops? Yes, of course you do, so nominate them for the Term 3 Coolest Teacher award! We have 4 great prizes for your teacher to win. To find out what the prizes are visit the main website. Tell us all about your Cool Teacher and why you think they should win. You can include photos, drawings and whatever else you like. Just convince us! Entries are due by 31st August 2010


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FEED THE CASSOWARY Frogword Down 1. Some frogs can change _ (6) 2. Group of animals frogs belong to (10) 3. Frogspawn (4) 4. Many frogs live on cloud covered _ (8,4) in the wet tropics. 5. 2008 Year of the _ (4) 9. A group of toads (4) 10. A group of frogs (4) 14. Season frogs like to breed (3)

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