The Road Ahead : June July 2007
Great desert tracks Hema has released a new guide for those interested in crossing our countr y's deser ts. Called Australia's Great Deser t Tracks Atlas & Guide, the book covers all of Australia's deser ts with comprehensive maps and detailed information, including what to see and the conditions you are likely to encounter. Australia's Great Deser t Tracks is available for $39.95 at bookstores and wherever maps are sold. Win a Guide The Road Ahead and Hema are giving 20 readers the chance to win a copy of Australia's Great Desert Tracks Atlas & Guide. To enter the draw, write your name, address and membership number on the back of an envelope and post it to Great Deserts Competition, PO Box 527, Spring Hill, Qld 4004. Entries must be mailed and received by Monday, July 16, 2007 to be eligible. Little Eve: big album 22 JUN/JLY 07 More than meets the eye To children growing up in the 1980s, Transformers was a much-loved TV series complete with a range of toys and a catchy theme tune telling us that Transformers were 'robots in disguise'. Now, Transformers will reach a new generation, as the classic tale of the battle of the good Autobots versus the evil Decepticons hits the big screen this month. Directed by Michael Bay and produced by Steven Spielberg, Transformers has been given the action blockbuster treatment, with CGI animation and new disguises for the well-known characters. Bumblebee has gone undercover as a Camaro, Jazz is a Pontiac Solstice and Ratchet is a Hummer Ambulance. In cinemas from June 28, check your local theatre for screening details. WIN movie prizes The Road Ahead is celebrating the release of Transformers by giving readers the chance to share in $4000 worth of great prizes. The first 10 winners will receive a prize pack, consisting of a Transformers soundtrack (Warner Music), exclusive t-shirt and a block mounted poster, plus a double pass to see the movie, valued at $130 all up. The next 90 winners will receive a double pass to see Transformers, valued at $30. To enter, phone The Road Ahead Transformers competition line (1900 956 536) and leave your name, phone number and RACQ membership number. Calls from landlines cost 55c (including GST). Higher rates apply for mobile phones. Entries close 5pm, Tuesday July 10, 2007. With two EPs behind her and a reputation for dynamic live per formances, compelling vocals and hear tfelt lyrics, Brisbane singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke is a star on the rise. Kate is an RACQ member and was profiled in the Februar y/ March edition of The Road Ahead. The debut album Little Eve represents a musical leap for Kate. Featuring all original music, including her single Words, the album heralds her arrival as one of Australia's unique solo talents. Look for Little Eve in stores from June 16. WinaCD The Road Ahead and Sony BMG are offering 40 lucky readers the chance to win a copy of Kate Miller-Heidke's debut album Little Eve. To enter the draw, write your name, address and membership number on the back of an envelope and post it to Little Eve Competition, PO Box 527, Spring Hill, Qld 4004. Entries must be mailed and received by Monday, July 16, 2007.
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