Win 1 of 5 short breaks around Australia and New Zealand.
To enter the competition, simply go to the link and answer a Question In 25 Words Or Less.
Review"Win 1 of 5 short breaks around Australia and New Zealand." is a competition by Pedestrian and has a prize pool of $1,000 for 1 prize. The prize pool is in the mid-range. Free participation in this competition. Paying for your own holiday at this point is just going to make you feel guilty as hell because Christmas is right around the corner and for some reason, we’ve decided amongst ourselves that any money spent on self-love at the pointy end of the year is selfish.
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