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LEGO® DUPLO® toys are fun preschool toys that encourage new abilities by educating, entertaining and engaging little ones.

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For our next episode in the ‘Roads We Ride’ series we go full urban. While it might not be the most glamourous of rides, commuting to and from work via motorcycle is a rare privilege and Jimi Swan show us his daily commute through Sydney.


As a ten time world surf tour winner and champion of women’s health and natural living we couldn’t imagine a better ambassador for our ‘Be a True Force of Nature’ campaign than Sally Fitzgibbons.


Northern beaches locals, Matt, his son Tasman and friend Anne are hitting the waves in and around Narrabeen. After a big morning session its time for a coffee and breakfast at The Grumpy Cup café. The kids want to check out Vinnies for some fresh summer outfits then its off to Anytime Fitness to pick up a voucher for a mate. Making the most of beautiful Narrabeen Lagoon, the trio visit Avanti Bikes to test out some new wheels around the lake.


Teaching your child how to safely cross the road is one of the most important lessons they will learn. Understanding road safety takes many years and adults play an important part in laying those foundations. RACQ’s Streets Ahead road safety education program for Queensland Primary Schools has some practical tips to help you teach your kids how to stay safe when crossing the road.


When a natural disaster strikes, the RACQ Foundation is here to help those in need. Created following a series of natural disasters, the Foundation helps community groups in Queensland recover from severe weather events, other natural disasters and now drought. RACQ Foundation welcomes eligible Queensland community groups in need of help to download the online application form. Please visit racq.com/foundation for more details.


Following Cyclone Marcia, the Yeppoon AFL Football Club received $20,917 from the RACQ Foundation to resurface their field.