30 August 2012

Competition: Stories Beat Stuff 3 - win a $30k trip to New Zealand!

The summer holidays and/or the music festival season is coming to an unfortunate and inevitable end - and you know what that means right? The real world is about to re-commence (by which I mean no more hanging out in the park getting wasted in 30 degree heat when you should be working). So how much of a #winning opportunity would it be to be the lucky recipient of a $30,000  trip to New Zealand... along with  three of those friends you hung out with in the park ?!  If you're any more hedonistic than your librarians grand-ma then this is probably applicable to you!

In order to be in with a chance of this life changing moment of your formative years, think about what 'stuff' (i.e. inanimate objects) you would trade for this experience! Check their facebook page for more info, or visit StoriesBeatStuff.com.

Once you've come up with something ridiculously valuable (both in financial and functioning terms) submit a video or a photo of what you would trade, for that all important trip to New Zealand – making sure it’s a real object! Choose three of your best friends that you want to come along with you, and then share your entry round via Facebook/ Google+/ Twitter to get as many votes as possible.

There is also a second prize draw just for voting! Vote for an entry and be in to win flights for two to New Zealand.

Here is a short clip of New Zealand, and shows exactly the kind of reasons that make it worth entering!

They're calling this one 'culture kaboom' and you can see exactly why! Naturally heated baths from nature along with amazing food, and everything in between!

If raw nature's not your thing there is always the 'City Splendour' of Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland - New Zealand’s three largest cities, allowing you to go from a downtown club to whale watching in 30 mins!

This is the what I would give up in order to get out there!! The one thing that gets rinsed on a daily basis!!!

 

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