The Surf Life Saving Foundation is giving you the chance to win a stunning single storey property worth nearly one million dollars! The prize home for Draw 175 is located in the master planned Pacific Harbour Community at Banksia Beach, Bribie Island.
This absolutely gorgeous property features a decked alfresco dining area that is perfect for entertaining friends and loved ones. Inside you will find four bedrooms, a media room and an open plan lounge. The state-of-the-art kitchen includes a five-burner gas stove top, black smoke glass splashback, and a huge breakfast bar with Ceasar stone bench tops and waterfall edges. When you step outside, you will be greeted by your very own swimming pool and the magnificent views of the Pacific Harbour Golf Course.
This draw might be your shot at winning the home of your dreams. Buy your Surf Life Saving lottery tickets now!
Surf Life Saving Draw 175: The Prize Home
This beautiful property located in Pacific Harbour Community at Banksia Beach, Bribie Island is valued at $936,540.
- The home is fully furnished and designed to the value of $111,540
- Four spacious bedrooms
- Master bedroom with WIR and ensuite
- Two bathrooms
- Separate lounge and media rooms
- Large alfresco dining area
- Stylish open plan kitchen with Cesar Stone benchtops
- A double garage
- In-ground pool and raised spa
- Plus, $5,000 in gold bullion to cover the first year of Council Rates (approx. $921.40 per annum) and Body Corporate fees (approx. $1,785.32 per annum).
- Enclosed floor area: 233.5 square metres
- Land area: 805 square metres
If you will win this gorgeous prize home, you will enjoy the very best of resort living at the Pacific Harbour community. As a resident of Pacific Harbour, you will have exclusive access to the:
- Tennis courts
- Barbecue Areas
- Fully-equipped Gym
- Country Club
Whether you end up selling it, renting it out or calling it home – this lottery draw will help you set yourself up for life!
The Surf Life Saving Foundation lottery closes on June 20, 2016 at noon. The draw will happen on June 24, 2016 at noon.
Get a Chance to Experience the Bribie Island Lifestyle
The first view of Bribie Island lets you know exactly the kind of lifestyle it has in store. Bribie is the northern-most of the islands in Moreton Bay. You don’t even need to worry about the ferry, because there is a bridge connecting the island to the mainland. It is less than an hour’s drive from the Brisbane Central Business District and the Sunshine Coast.
Bribie Island is a haven for those who seek a sea change. Water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers will love the compact range of options Bribie offers. There are surf beaches, calm protected beaches and extensive national parks.
Crossing the bridge, you will be captivated by the Pumicestone Passage. You will see a wide array of activities happening in the water, from sailing, fishing and kayaking to jet and water skiing. This protected marine park is also home to turtles, dugongs, dolphins and diverse birdlife.
If you are looking for a place to swim safely with your family, then head to the Sylvan Beach. Here you can even have a picnic and a barbecue. If you are feeling more adventurous, head to the eastern side of the island to Woorim Beach. This is a popular spot for board riders. You may learn to surf at the surf school, or just enjoy the view from the Surf Club on the shore.
On a lazy day, you can go and enjoy what the local markets have to offer. The Bribie Island Art and Craft Fair is a fabulous fair set in the middle of meandering trees. The fair exhibits work from local and other talented artists and craftspeople.
You may head to the Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club to discover and experience the Troon golf course at its best. The club also has a first class restaurant where you can indulge on sumptuous dishes while enjoying the magnificent 18th hole view.
Naturally beautiful, Bribie Island is an incredible place to live in. And you just might! Buy your tickets for Draw 175!
Buy Your Tickets Today!
If you want a shot at this beautiful prize home, then purchase your tickets now! Here are the ticket prices for Draw 175:
|Spend||Receive||Bonus Prize (if you win First Prize)|
|$200||400 Chances to Win||Jaguar XE 25T Prestige 2.0L 8 Speed Auto Sedan — $70,000 value|
|$100||150 Chances to Win||BMW F30 3 Series Saloon 318i Sedan — $60,000 value|
|$50||70 Chances to Win||Cashable Gold Bullion — $50,000 value|
|$30||40 Chances to Win||Cashable Gold Bullion — $30,000 value|
|$20||20 Chances to Win||Cashable Gold Bullion — $20,000 value|
|$10||6 Chances to Win||Good Guys $1,000 Gift Card|
|$5||3 Chances to Win|
|$2||1 Chance to Win|
Support the Cause: Saving life, Protecting life, Promoting life
Surf Live Saving is Australia’s peak coastal water safety, drowning prevention and rescue authority. Tens of thousands of people are saved from drowning every year because of the efforts of Surf Lifesavers. These trained volunteers patrol the massive 35,000 km coastline and assist more than 100 million beach visitations every year. By supporting The Surf Life Saving Foundation, you help over 42,000 volunteers from 313 clubs around Australia that keep our beaches among the safest in the world.
Surf Life Saving has touched the lives of millions of people over its 100-year history. Australia’s first Surf Life Saving clubs emerged way back in 1907 when surf-bathing increased in popularity during the early 20th century. Today, Surf Lifesavers rescue around 35 people every day and conduct 143 preventative actions every hour. Surf Life Saving exists to save lives, and the goal of the organisation is to reduce coastal drowning rate by 50 per cent by 2020.
Donations and funds generated by the prize home lotteries are directed into three main areas: rescue gear and equipment, first aid supplies, training and surf safety community education programs.
Rescue gear and equipment represents the largest cost to running lifesaving services is Australia. The sun, water and sand are elements that damage rescue gear and equipment that Surf Lifesavers use every single day. There are no second chances when it comes to saving lives, so the foundation makes sure that all the necessary items are in top condition.
Training programs and surf safety community education programs are key to helping prevent accidents and save lives on the beach. Surf Life Saving does its best to make sure that more beach-goers are educated about vital surf safety tips.
In the 2014 – 2015 patrol season, your support has helped Lifesavers:
- Perform 12,690 rescues
- Perform over 1.2 million preventative actions
- Provide 42,424 First Aid treatments
- Commit over 1.3 million patrol hours
- Educate over 500,000 children in beach safety and surf awareness
- Establish and maintain beach patrols at 313 Surf Life Saving Clubs Australia-wide
- Operate 59 Support Operations Services including Rescue and Surveillance Helicopter services, Jet Rescue Boats, Rescue Water Craft and Surfcom Communications Networks to name a few.
By continuing to support the cause, you help make sure that Surf Lifesavers are equipped with the most up-to-date training and equipment to ensure they are ready for the next rescue.
Visit the Bribie Prize Home
You are free to come and visit the Pacific Harbour home in Bribie Island. The house is found at 29 Dunebean Drive, Banksia Beach. The property is open from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. daily until June 19, 2016. Note that the property is also open on Anzac Day, April 25th from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Don’t Forget the Close and Draw Dates!
Draw closes on 20 June 2016.
Draw date is 24 June 2016.