Kangaroos in the garden and prizes to be won!

Every morning, we’re woken by a chorus of unseen tropical bids. If we’re lucky, they let us sleep in till 6:30. In light of this, you might imagine that we tend to go to bed fairly early. But a couple of days ago, I awoke to something that - even as an Aussie - took me by surprise… a large kangaroo hopping past our front garden. Contrary to popular belief in some countries, this is not a normal thing in urban Australia. I ran to the fridge to grab some lettuce in the hope of enticing the roo to our door, but he was gone by the time I found where the lettuce is stored. Shame, I like kangaroos… especially medium rare.

While we’ve been overwhelmed with new advertisers on Cairns Unlimited, one section of the site that we have overlooked is our FREE ONLINE CLASSIFIEDS. Although the Classifieds don’t generate any revenue, we see this as an important part of Cairns Unlimited, for a number of reasons:
* It increases brand awareness of Cairns Unlimited among the local community
* It draws larger numbers of visitors to Cairns Unlimited, helping our overall page rank and status
* It will be just another way that Cairns Unlimited fills the needs of every person coming to Tropical North Queensland

So… we’re doing soemthing about it. This weekend, we’re hot on the phones, letting every Tom, Dick and Harry know about our new FREE Classifieds. We’re offering up a great array of prizes to be won, and everybody who posts an ad in our Classifieds this month goes in the draw.

Sorry to those of you from outside TNQ, but the Classifieds (and therefore the competition) are just for North Queenslanders. But this is the first of many great competitions to come. So keep an eye on this blog, and our COMPETITIONS page.

Maria on 'our beach'... Yorkeys Knob. Canon's new 7.1 Megapixel Powershot A570IS, with underwater case. Now for rent at Cairns Unlimited

Here’s something else that’s new… we received a delivery this week, a big box full of brand new 7.1 Megapixel Canon cameras and Canon waterproof cases. Why would we want so many cameras, you ask? Well, think about it…

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