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Win A Fantastic Coastal Australian Experience

Win A Fantastic Coastal Australian Experience


Have you ever wanted to experience Australia’s unique coastline? Enter Tourism Australia’s competition in its latest magazine, Coastlines, and you could win a trip for two to Voyages Dunk Island in Tropical North Queensland, a pure island paradise where the greens of the tropical rainforest merge with blues of the sky and the sea. You will also not be too far away from World Heritage Listed Site, The Great Barrier Reef! The prize package includes return flights on Qantas, transfers, taxes, four nights’ beachfront accommodation at Voyages Dunk Island, reef trip, meals and complimentary island activities for two people. To enter the competition, log on to

This is the second edition of Coastlines and highlights 13 exciting coastal holiday experiences in Australia. From close encounters with mysterious marine mammals in Western Australia’s Shark Bay region to cruising amidst North West Australia’s ancient landscapes and reptiles; from discovering a hidden wonder in Victoria’s Croajingolong National Park to South Australia’s Aquaculture Trail for food lovers; the magazine features first hand experiences of popular travel writers and offers a coastal holiday for everyone’s taste and budget.

Tourism Australia’s Regional Manager, New Zealand, Vito Anzelmi, is confident that the stories included in the supplement will whet New Zealanders’ appetites for compelling coastal experiences in Australia. “Australia’s distinct coastal experience is very popular with Kiwi travellers, attracting nearly 50 per cent of the Kiwis visiting Australia in 2007,” he said.


Anzelmi adds that the beauty of the Australian coastal experience is the accessibility of other high quality experiences such as food, wine, indigenous and nature that could accompany it, providing a fantastic opportunity to discover the destination as well as spending time with friends and family.

The magazine articles also appear on, a website where readers can enjoy unique travel experiences in Australia, including Outback, Coastal Lifestyle, Aboriginal, Food and Wine, Major Cities, Nature and Journeys as well as latest news from G’Day NZ Australia Week 2008 ( and other exciting consumer competitions.

With nearly 50,000 kms of coastlines and over 12,000 islands across a diverse geographical and cultural setting, you can be assured of an unforgettable coastal experience in Australia. So where the bloody hell are you?





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