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2017 Prize Draw Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions of entry into the prize draw:

Entry into the lottery is determined by the completion of a survey on wellbeing of rural and regional communities, promoted by mailed flyers and emails. Everyone who completes the survey online at or returns a completed paper survey will be eligible to enter the prize draw for one of 16 prizes.

Winners will have their choice of a Flight Centre, Coles-Myer, WISH or Bunnings gift card, to the following value: First prize: $2,000; Second prize: $1,000; third to 6th prize: $500; 10 runner-up prizes of $200. Entries for this competition open on November 13th 2017 and close December 21th 2017, at midnight. The prize draw will happen on January 8th 2018 at the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health, Building 22B, University of Canberra, University Drive South, Bruce, ACT, 2617, at 5pm. The winner will be notified in writing, by email or mail, by January 15th 2018 and listed on and in The Advertiser newspaper on January 19th 2018. Gift cards will be posted to winners by registered post.

The minimum age of prize draw participants is 18 years. Survey promoter: University of Canberra. Contact agent: Dr Jacki Schirmer, Associate Professor, University of Canberra, Building 22B, University Drive South, Bruce ACT 2617, ABN 81 633 873 422. Phone 1800 981 499.

Any prize redraw will occur three months after the first draw so as to give winners sufficient time to collect their prize. The prize redraw will happen on April 6th 2018 at 5pm at the same location as the original draw. The winner from the redraw will be notified by April 9th 2018 and listed on, and in The Advertiser newspaper on April 13th 2018. The winner from the redraw will be notified in writing, by email or mail, and all gift cards won at the redraw will be posted by registered post. The licence numbers for trade promotion lottery are: ACT TP 17/02310 (Australian Capital Territory), LTPS/17/19547 (New South Wales & Northern Territory), and T17/2167 (South Australia).