I just wanted to ask people to consider sending care packages to our troops overseas as some do not have families to get them stuff. It's not expensive to send and a great way to thank them for the great job their doing in keeping us safe this joyous season. Here's a link with further information. You must purchase a BM sized box from Australia Post which is $2.15. 2kg and less are posted for free. If you go over 2kg you must pay the entire postage cost. One of ours was 2.010kg and cost $7.70. You will also have to fill out a custom declaration form. Just to give you guys some ideas on what to send, we sent the following:- Soldier (Male):- 4pk thick work socks Natio Mens Body Wash Natio Mens Face Wash 1pk of Anzac biscuits* 1pk of Snakes* Half a pk of Fantales* Half a box of flavoured coffee sachets (5)* 3pk wet wipes* 1pk of gum* 1 tube of vegemite* Soldier (Female):- Natio Manicure gift pk including manicure set + handcream Tube of Lucas Pawpaw ointment 2 tins of tuna *Same stuff above Explosive Detection Dogs & Handler:- Box of Scooby-Doo Dog biscuits Box (5pk) Schmackos beef bones Pk of Dentabones 2 x tennis balls 1 x dog toy (rope with tennis ball) Pk of Allens Snakes Pk of Fantales Latter 2 are for the dog handlers Prohibited items include:- Alcohol & Cigarettes Pornographic materials Chocolates (melts) Clothing except socks Any pork materials Other stuff you can send include:- - Puzzle books ie. Sudoku/Find a word - Poker set/pk of cards - Mini/travel pk game boards - Magazines (Ralph & FHM allowed) - Paperbacks Due date is December 15.