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Salvation for your
old Suit at Chaps
Chaps Menswear is teaming up with the Salvation Army from October 12 - November 15
for the "Cash back" suit trade in. With up to $150 off new suits, all traded suits during this
time will be donated to the Salvation Army. Chaps Menswear is a Queensland owned
business with 13 stores located from Cairns to Brisbane.
Ian Thomas, owner of Chaps Menswear said, ".We encourage the public to get involved
in our Cash back suit trade in, this couldn't be a better opportunity to update your
wardrobe while supporting the Salvation Army! Simply trade in your suit."
Ian went on to say that The Salvation Army provides a wide range of services supporting
the needs of many underprivileged people in the community. Chaps Menswear have
great pride in working with the Salvation Army during this suit trade in promotion and
are pleased to be supporting such a worthy cause.
Major Peter Sutcliffe, spokesman for The Salvation Army said the Salvos assist over one
million people each year across Australia and are pleased to welcome the opportunity
to partner with Chaps Menswear as we continue this work with the disadvantaged and
marginalised within our community.
Shop 24, Victoria Point Shopping Centre
Bunker Road, Victoria Point
Phone: 3207 8115
Stay and Play!
Play! in the bay
Take the alternative route to Moreton
Come and play for the day
Relax for the Weekend
Redlands on Moreton Bay, with its combination of
mainland, coastline and island locations, is southeast
Queensland's best kept destination secret.
From fun family holidays to romantic getaways, this vibrant
location offers an eclectic range of experiences, whether you're
looking for adrenaline pumping adventure, fine food and wine,
indulgent pampering, art galleries and markets,interesting local
history or a chance to get close to nature.
There's a great range of water-based sports and activities on
offer, including kayaking, windsurfing, fishing, snorkeling, scuba
diving and surfing, along with safe swimming beaches.
Those looking for a more relaxed break can visit one of the
luxurious day spas, wander through Redlands' numerous art
galleries or weekend markets, or enjoy quality local wines,
seafood and produce in one of the award winning restaurants
and popular dining precincts.
It's also easy to get back to nature in the Redlands. With
Moreton Bay and the Pacific Ocean on its doorstep and around
4000 hectares of bushland, the area is a haven for marine life and
fauna and a wide variety of native vegetation.
You can get up close and personal with a range of creatures,
from dolphins, turtles and manta rays to wallabies and koalas,
reptiles, frogs, birds and butterflies. Between June and
November, you can also spot migrating whales from Point
Lookout and eastern beaches on North Stradbroke Island.
The Redlands is an area rich in local history, with informative
heritage trails around Cleveland and Ormiston, Southern
Moreton Bay Islands and North Stradbroke Island (the latter is
home to the Dunwich Museum and historic Dunwich
Cemetery, and has a highly respected Indigenous history).
No matter what your age, budget, or how much time you
have to spare,you'll find something at Redlands on Moreton Bay.
Redlands on Moreton Bay Visitor Centre
Raby Bay Harbour complex
2/152 Shore St West, Cleveland
P: 1300 667 386
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm and Sat-Sun, 9am-3pm
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