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Your chance to win…

First Prize
Winners choice of
$5,000 cash or Coles Group card or
A trip to spectacular Broome!

Second Prize
Winners choice of
$2,500 Cash or Coles Group card

Third Prize
Winners choice of
$2,000 Cash or Coles Group card

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WIN a holiday to Broome valued at $5,500 OR the cash equivalent of $5,000!*

First Prize

By supporting our life-saving research today, you could win a choice between a trip to Broome where you can see the spectacular sunset at Cape Leveque valued at $5,500. 

You and a loved one could spend three nights at the 4.5-star Cable Beach Club in an Ocean Side Studio (or similar) where you can relax in style.

On day two, enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience viewing the spectacular Broome sunset on a camel ride along Cable Beach, followed by a gourmet dinner at one of Cable Beach Club’s much loved restaurants to the value of $250.

On day three, discover the northernmost tip of WA on a 4WD adventure to Cape Leveque.

This breathtaking trip includes return economy class airfares for two from winner’s nearest Australian capital city to Broome, WA including taxes and transfers. Three nights’ 4.5-star luxury accommodation at Cable Beach Club (or similar) twin share with daily breakfast. $150 spending money and other inclusions mentioned above.

OR

If travelling isn’t quite your style, you can take cash or a Coles Group gift card instead, valued at $5,000!*

Second Prize

$2,500 cash* or Coles Group card

Third Prize

$2,000 cash* or Coles Group card

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Draw Date 9 August 2019

With your help
we can prevent Australia’s biggest killer.

Prevention

90 per cent of Australians have one modifiable risk factor for heart disease. We’re investing in a future free from cardiovascular disease.

Detection

Cardiovascular disease affects 2 in 3 families and tears families apart. Early detection can mean the difference between life and death.

Treatment

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, killing 125 people every day. Today’s research is tomorrow’s cure.

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