Whats up Downunder Competition

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What’s Up Downunder is at it again with a new competition – the Generate Your Adventure Competition of 2020 where you have the chance to win an outdoor caravan worth $79,000 and many other prizes.

The competition is available to all Australian residents who are 18 years old or over.

To enter the Down-Under competition you need to visit the competition website and complete the entry form. You can read all of the information requirements at whatsupdownunder.com.au

The competition begins on the 11th of April 2020 and will conclude on the 31 December, 2020. The prizes will be drawn at random based on the entrants into the competition.

Whats up Downunder Competition Prizes

This years competition has a major prize and 10 minor prizes. The Downunder major prize is a MY20 Xtreme Utility Bunk Combo Toy Hauler and a Yamaha Generator EF2200iS 2.2 kVA generator.

The minor prizes are are a prize pack which includes a RAM Pack Marine sports bag, aurora camping lantern, pack of playing cards, beach towel, and cap.

Down Under Competition period

The What’s Up Downunder Generate Your Adventure Competition 2020 runs from 11 April, 2020 until 31 December, 2020 at 11:59 PM AEDST.

Winners and competition results

The draw will be made on 4 January, 2021. Winners will be notified by email or phone by Whats Up Downunder.

Who is Whats Up Downunder?

Whats Up Downunder is an Australian outdoor travel tv show on free to air television. The Down Under team show viewers everything you need to know about camping and caravanning in the Australian outdoors so you can get out and experience our beautiful scenery and Australian wildlife.

You can check out Whats Up Downunder on their website or by watching the show on Channel 10.

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