Enter our competition for your chance to win a private Bungalow at this year’s Moreton Bay Food + Wine festival for you and 15 mates.
The event will be held over three days from August 4-6 at Woody Point giving visitors the chance to rub shoulders with celebrity chefs, listen to live music and sample the delights of the Moreton Bay Region’s amazing food bowl.
It’s also an opportunity watch celebrity chefs Miguel Maestre, Poh Ling Yeow, Alastair McLeod, Dominique Rizzo and Kim McCosker cook up a storm.
Back by popular demand this year are the Bungalows located in The Ray White Aspley Oasis VIP Village. They are the perfect place for groups of 16 people to kick back and relax for five hours, enjoying their own private space with lounges, tables and chairs.
They have the option of choosing a food and beverage package from the exclusive Bungalow menu.
Thanks to our friends at Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival, Moreton Daily is giving readers the chance to win one private Bungalow for lunch on Sunday (ONLY).
The prize gives the winner and 15 people access to the Bungalow for five hours and a $600 food and beverage package. Please note: purchases over the $600 limit will be at the expense of the winner.
The Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival will be delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism, with the support of key strategic partners, Moreton Bay Regional Council and Tourism and Events Queensland.
The Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival is supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and features on the It’s Live! in Queensland events calendar.
To find out more, head to the website
Enter to win
Complete the entry form below. Entries close at 11.59pm on June 6, after which the winner will be selected via random draw and notified on June 7.
Entry to the Bungalow is for a maximum of 16 people ONLY. The winner has the choice of redeeming the prize during the Sunday lunch sessions ONLY.
Access to the Bungalow is for five hours ONLY. The food and beverage package is for $600 ONLY. Purchases exceeding this limit will be at the expense of the prize winner.
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