Win an extraordinary gourmet adventure in Western Australia
One lucky winner and their guest will start their holiday in style with a flight on a Qantas A380 to Dubai, where they’ll connect to their Perth flight operated by Qantas’ partner Emirates. The pair will start their food and wine journey in Australia’s sunniest city, Perth, where they’ll enjoy nine nights’ luxury accommodation and six days’ car hire from the travel experts Trailfinders. With 19 beaches and year-round sunshine, it’s not surprising Perth is often voted one of the world’s most liveable cities.
From Perth, the highway to foodie heaven awaits. The Margaret River wine region is only a three-hour drive away and home to more than 200 wineries creating an array of gold-medalwinning wines. Here, the lucky pair will be able to sample some of the world’s finest produce.
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The prize includes direct return economy flights for two from London to Dubai with Qantas and direct return flights for two from Dubai to Perth with Emirates. It also includes nine nights’ accommodation for two adults: three nights at Pan Pacific Perth, including breakfast; two nights at Cape Lodge in Yallingup in a Luxury Lakeview Room, including breakfast, afternoon tea and Cape Lodge wine tasting; two nights at Karri Valley, Pemberton, room only; two nights at The Beach House at Bayside, Albany in a Colannade King Room, including breakfast, afternoon tea, evening port and chocolates plus a bottle of Albany wine and platter of local cheese on arrival. Six days’ Avis car hire is also included. All named drivers must be aged at least 21. The holiday must be booked by 14 February and taken before 30 November 2015. The holiday cannot be taken within the following dates: 23 March-16 April, 29 June-19 July or 21 September-11 October 2015. It is the winner’s responsibility to ensure they and their guest have valid passports (with up to six months’ validity), visas and are legally entitled to travel to Australia.