All 4 Adventure Competition

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The All 4 Adventure team have released the biggest prize package pool ever – with over $145,000 worth of prizes. Prizes include:

  • Isuzu D-MAX 4×4
  • MDC ModBox camper with rooftop Tent
  • Seajay 3.7 Nomad HS and trailer, Mercury 20hp 4-stroke outboard, BCF $5,000 gift card

And much more!

All 4 Adventure Competition Requirements

To enter into the competition you need to watch All 4 Adventure 1pm each Sunday to obtain the unique keyword. You can also find bonus keywords online to give you additional chances to win. In total there are 29 additional chances to win.

The competition runs from 01/12/2019 and closes on 29/03/2020 at 12:00pm.

All entrants must be 18 years of age or older and must be an Australian resident.

All entrants are allowed a maximum of 30 entries into the All 4 Adventure contest.

The prizes for the competition include all onroad costs. The winner does not need to be licenced to win any prize requiring a drivers licence, however collection of prizes must be handed to a licenced individual.

What is All 4 Adventure?

All 4 Adventure is an Australia outdoors television show which shows the latest and greatest in all things outdoor – from fishing, camping and 4×4. Jase and Simon are the shows two hosts who each week show Australians the best gear and techniques for getting all you can out of Australians outdoors.

The All 4 Adventure competitions prizes cover the best tools and gadgets to help you enjoy the great outdoors.

You can read more about the All 4 Adventure competition on their website:

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