Mon 1 Nov 2010 to Tue 14 Dec 2010

PBS: hand-made music free from artificial flavours, colours and playlists.

We’ve been baring all during November Naturally. Did you blink and miss it? Fear not. You've still got until 14th December to sign up and be in the running to win one of these friendly prizes:

The Mariachi Set
Handcrafted furniture set including Mariachi stool and Mariachi low-table created (naturally) from sustainably sourced FSC Certified American Oak. Courtesy of the Mariachi Design Collective.

2 Tickets to Rainbow Serpent Music Festival 21-24 January 2011
Rainbow Serpent is an internationally recognised, multifaceted weekend of dance, colour, expression and celebration. People travel from all over the world to experience what many say is the best outdoor festival of its type in Australia. Courtesy of Rainbow Serpent.

Surfboard from Zak Surfboards
Make the most of your summer with this locally-made Surfboard including a board bag and leg rope making it a complete ‘ready to surf’ package for the lucky winner. Courtesy of Zak Surfboards.

Water Tank
Do your bit to save water and give yourself the freedom of watering your garden and washing your car throughout the summer months, guilt free with this top of the end 640 litre water tank courtesy of Lyncal.

PBS Junior Prize
Woody Balance Bike (including Helmet): suitable for children aged 2 to 5 years. Safe, educational and fun, the Balance Bike offers a systematic approach to teaching young children to ride. Wooden Balance Bikes satisfy the young child's natural desire to be active without the hindrance of training wheels. Courtesy of Wooden.

PBS Pets Prize
Sign your Pet up to PBS in November and they could go into the running to win a selection of handmade and environmentally friendly pet accessories from Animal Lovers by Neo Tokyo.

As an extra incentive to get you on board, PBS will throw in a free PBS T-shirt with every membership that is Passionate level or higher. Get it on your chest!

Tune in to PBS on Wednesday the 15th of December at 5.30pm to hear the draw.


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