win a whale watching experience at kingfisher bay resort for 2, valued at $978

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THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED

Our friends at Kingfisher Bay Resort on beautiful Fraser Island are offering Must Do Brisbane readers the chance to win an amazing whale watching experience, valued at $978, and it could be yours.

Kingfisher Bay Resort is the perfect place to stay to experience the magnificent whales as they migrate through the tranquil waters of the Great Sandy Strait, plus take the time to relax amongst the natural beauty of Fraser Island that is right on the resort's doorstep.

The Whale Watching Experience prize includes:
- 2 nights resort hotel accommodation for 2 adults
- return passenger ferry transfers from River Heads for 2 adults
- buffet breakfast daily for 2 adults
- a half-day whale watch cruise per person
Valued at $978

Two Wonders-in-One, The Ultimate Fraser Island Adventure

Terms & Conditions:
This voucher is valid for travel until 31 October 2018. Subject to availability at the time of booking and cannot be taken during Australia school holiday periods, public holidays or long weekends. The prize is not valid with any other offer, is not transferable or redeemable for cash and must be taken intact.

To be in the draw for this wonderful prize, ENTER BELOW, and good luck!

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