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Bribie Island has been chosen as the location of Endeavour Foundation’s highly sought-after Christmas Prize Home.
Each year, Endeavour Foundation seeks the most appealing suburbs for its Christmas lottery, which traditionally sells more tickets than any other.
Having the Prize Home in Bribie Island will draw international interest to the area, with 500,000 brochures sent out to potential ticket buyers around the world. Up to 25,000 people will visit Bribie Island to view the open Prize Home, boosting tourism in the area.
“Our Christmas draws are always very popular – who wouldn’t want to win a beautiful Prize Home for Christmas?” said Endeavour Foundation’s Manager Prize Home Lotteries Wilma Burton.
“That’s why we need an appealing home with stunning features and one which is located in an ideal area.
“Bribie Island has it all – the beach, marina, national park, shops and amenities so close to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast – it’s perfect for our esteemed Christmas Prize Home draw.”
The Christmas Prize Home is a grand fully-furnished home located at 6 Dunebean Drive, Banksia Beach and is valued at $826,254.
It boasts an in-ground pool with adjacent sun deck, covered entertaining area ideal for Christmas lunch, four spacious bedrooms including a lavish master bedroom with ensuite and views to the pool, study nook, separate formal living room and an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area with timber floors, cathedral high ceilings and bi-fold sliding doors which open to the outdoor entertaining area.
To view the Bribie Island Christmas Prize Home or buy a $10 ticket to be in the draw, visit www.endeavourprizehomes.com.au, or visit the actual home which is open daily 10am-5pm until Monday 13 December. Ticket sales close 10am 15 December.
Endeavour Foundation’s Prize Home lotteries are part of the organisation’s fundraising program to raise money to support people with a disability.
Endeavour Foundation provides accommodation, education, employment and lifestyle opportunities for more than 3,500 people with a disability.
Jo Glover, Media and Communications Officer
Phone: (07) 3908 7257, 0429 065 440
Fax: (07) 3253 7271