With families out in full force enjoying the best of the Aussie sunshine, it's important not to let sun safety habits slip at this time of the year.
You might have heard golfers prattling on about their handicap - but did you know this system is used in bowling as well?
As the characters in the hit film The Big Lebowski have shown, sunglasses are an essential part of anyone's wardrobe - even those who are indoors all day at the bowling alley!
Although played with the safety of harmless laser beams, laser skirmish provides a level of drama, adrenaline and heart-stopping action similar to real-life combat.
There's no denying it - Australia is simply the best country on the planet for summer.
One of the country's most iconic public health and safety campaigns, the catchy Slip, Slop and Slap jingle dates back more than 30 years.
With the heat - and the risk of sunburn - at a peak this time of year, it's important to encourage your children to stay safe when out and about.
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