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Competition: wawa Tabilk Tabilk package

Wawa Tabilk Tabilk Package Competition

Wawa biik, trading under Taungurung Land and Waters Council (ABN 47 145 916 168), address of 37 High Street Broadford Victoria 3658; and Tahbilk Propriety Limited (ABN 98 004 194 790), address of 254 O’Neils Road Tahbilk Victoria 3608 have issued a competition called ‘Wawa Tabilk Tabilk Package’ in accordance with the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 and Gambling Regulations 2015.

THE PRIZE

  • A ‘Wawa tabilk-tabilk package’ for two adults includes: 2 adult tickets to a public wawa tabilk tabilk cultural experience, followed by lunch with glass of wine in the Tahbilk Estate Restaurant.
  • Prize valued at AUD$480.00 for two adults.

ELIGIBLE ENTRANTS

  • Entrants must be 18 years of age
  • Taungurung Land and Waters Council staff are not permitted to enter.
  • Tahbilk Proprietary Limited staff are not permitted to enter.

HOW TO ENTER THE COMPETITION

  • Like the post.
  • Tag a friend.
  • Follow @wawabiik and @visit_tahbilk accounts.
  • Bonus: comment in the post - tell us why you want to win

COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Competition opens 27th May 2024 and closes midnight on 31st May 2024.
  • Winner will be selected by a random prize winner tool on Instagram.
  • Winner will be notified by Friday 7th June 2024 via Instagram and email.
  • Winner will only be confirmed upon providing a copy of valid Australian Proof of Age identification.
  • The prize must be redeemed by the winner within 28 days of notification.
  • The wawa biik tour component is subject to wawa biik standard  Terms and Conditions
  • The Tahbilk Estate Restaurant lunch: select from an A La Carte menu Thursday-Monday, and from a small plates menu Tue-Wed. Lunch must be booked on the date of the tour. Lunch is valued at $60 per person. Dietary requirements must be advised prior to arrival.
  • Tour dates are listed on the wawa biik website- subject to availability at time of booking.
  • Winner must redeem the prize for travel in 2024
  • If the prize in unclaimed as at 31 December, 2024 it will become void
  • This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administrated by, or associated with Instagram.
  • Entrants are required to make their own way to/from Tahbilk Estate Restaurant to redeem their prize. Travel costs are not included.
  • The entrant’s details will not be used by wawa biik or Tahbilk Proprietary Limited, except for the purpose of this competition.
  • The prize may only be substituted for a gift voucher of the same or greater value than the original prize and the winner either agrees in writing, or the original prize is unavailable due to circumstances beyond the control of the promoters and reasonable attempts are made to reach agreement with the winner that are unsuccessful.
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