Congratulations to the $10k Sunshine Coast Holiday winner, C. Bast, VIC.
A holiday to the Sunshine Coast is always a good idea, but when it's a prize you can win... it’s a great idea!
To be in the running to win, simply purchase a Pure Gold Pineapple with the promo tag from leading supermarkets between 1 – 24 June 2022, scan the QR code, and submit your entry via competition entry page*.
But the juicy promotion doesn’t end here. By entering the draw you'll automatically earn $100 towards your next Sunshine Coast escape** with My Queensland.
How do you like them pineapples? 🍍
So, buy a pineapple, make yourself a Pina Colada and start planning your next Sunshine Coast escape. It’s the best way to make these chilly winter months a little bit sweeter.
Did you know?
🍍 The Sunshine Coast is Australia’s largest pineapple growing region
🍍 Since the Big Pineapple first opened in 1971 pineapples have been a symbol of the Sunshine Coast
🍍 Pineapples are grown year round (yep that's right, they're not just a summer fruit!)
🍍 Australians eat 30 million pineapples per year. This equates to just over 1 pineapple per person, per year.
Looking for some inspiration for your next Sunshine Coast holiday? Let us play tour guide...
*Terms and conditions apply. Click here for details.
Promotion open to ACT, NSW, VIC & QLD residents only. Promotion starts 1 June 2022 & ends 24 June 2022. Permit # ACT TP 22/00774.
**Terms and conditions apply. One voucher per booking can be redeemed on new bookings only against the published Sunshine Coast packages found at www.myqueensland.com.au. Minimum spend of $1,500 per booking is required. To make a booking using your voucher please contact My Queensland on 1300 000 753. You must quote a valid voucher code to be able to redeem for a holiday package. Vouchers can only be redeemed by that individual receiving them and cannot be redeemed for cash. Vouchers expire 31 December 2022. Once expired, vouchers are no longer valid and will not be honoured. Voucher terms and conditions form part of the full terms and conditions that can be found at www.myqueensland.com.au.