When you’re looking for the best amusement machines to add to your venue, you can do no better than Koalakrane.
That’s why here at Amuse Australia the majority of our machines are Koalakranes. These proven money-makers and crowd-pleasers keep your patrons playing and your venue busy.
We take care of everything, starting with a siting visit to make sure you get the right size machine with the top performing prizes.
We also have popular pool tables, driving games, boxing machines, arcade tables and others. All proven winners. Our skilled and personable managers live in your area so service is swift and with a smile.
Give me, David, a call on 0423 953 440 or 07 5474 9790 and we’ll help you achieve more profits, more happy patrons.
Bet you and your patrons are all excited about the next State of Origin game? After all, Queensland have to win this one after lulling NSW into a false sense of security!
We have some exclusive, licenced State of Origin Fan Prizes and have reserved one for Queensland’s pubs and clubs with the most enthusiastic State of Origin supporters. Let us know if you’re screening the next game?
Your patrons would love to win the State of Origin prize we have for you and we’ll also promote your venue on Facebook and Google without charge for you, as a thank you for being one of our State of Origin Event venues.
Please call me on 07 5474 9790 or 0423 953 440.
Billiard tables and Pool Tables are still the favourite activities in many Australian pubs and clubs. We’ve been busy of late installing several in Queensland. So if you’re looking for a new billiard table – to delight your patrons, keep them with you for longer AND give you guaranteed, no-hassle extra revenue – give me a call on 0423 953 440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When Category Five Cyclone Yasi crossed the North Queensland coast at Mission Beach in February last year, the impact was devastating. “This was a nightmare scenario for the already struggling Cassowary population,” reflects Rainforest Rescue CEO Kelvin Davies. “Last reports are that 25 Cassowaries have died since the cyclone; 13 from car strikes..”
Efforts to restore and expand rainforest habitat have kicked off at ‘Cottonwood’; a rural Mission Beach property with 1,400 trees planted and a further 2,550 trees to be established through facilitated natural regeneration.
For further information or to make a donation visit – Join the cause…
Interesting Stories from SaveTheKoala.Com:
Deborah will be signing copies of Wildlife Heroes on Thursday 13th September at the Save the Koala Retail Shop, located in Anzac Square on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Street, Brisbane. Why not drop in for a rare opportunity to meet the ‘Koala Woman’ and learn more about what you can do to help ensure a future for our tree-dwelling national icon.
As quoted by Deborah in Wildlife Heroes “If you cannot save the koala, who does not destroy crops, does not destroy livestock, does not attack – just sits beautifully in a gum tree – then it will be impossible to save any of our nature”.
Save the Koala gift shop or your local Newsagent. See you at the book signing!
Amy Looker from The Shout:
Almost 200 guests gathered at Cypress Lakes Resort to celebrate the people behind Australia’s oldest wine region, with the awards spanning seven categories, including the Hunter Valley Wine Industry Living Legend and the newly introduced Hunter Valley Wine Industry Award for Excellence, which will only be awarded in exceptional circumstances.
Read her full story here…
RainForestRescue.org.au: Reichl and Edie Beitzel oversee our activities in the Daintree…
“We have 10 volunteers on the books doing various tasks, and about four come along regularly each week. They come for an enjoyable afternoon. They like to see the progress, from the seed stage, through to when they are planted in the ground.
On a typical day, I prepare the volunteers essential afternoon tea, move stock out to make space for new propagations, update the database, it’s pretty varied and planting.
A dedicated team of volunteers, read their story…
A Post by James Atkinson from The Shout:
Since joining Cappa Stone, Stephens has overseen the construction of a new winery complete with old basket presses and open fermenters, as well as completing vintage 2013.
The Cappa Stone range includes Moscato made from white frontignac in Mildura; Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay; Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon and Clare Valley Shiraz (pictured).
Read his full article at theshout.com.au