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Win An Amazing Escape For Two To Australia

EMU Australia are offering a trip for two to a stunning tropical eco-lodge, plus a trip to the Great Barrier Reef and much more

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Australia. It’s on everyone’s bucket list, right? It’s got everything from mountain resorts to go snowboarding to some of the best surf spots on the planet.

We’ve teamed up with the lovely folk over at EMU Australia to offer you the trip of a lifetime. They make awesome sheepskin boots that are perfect for pulling on after a chilly surf.

One lucky entrant will win an all-expenses paid trip for two to Australia, one of the last Ever Natural places in the world, with more natural wonders than any other continent on the planet.

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The winner (plus their friend) will be spending seven nights in the Thala Beach Nature Reserve in Port Douglas, Australia, a deluxe eco retreat in Tropical North Queensland.

Not only that but the winner will receive plane tickets for two to Cairns, a tour of the Great Barrier Reef, $1000 AUD in spending money and two pairs of EMU Australia shoes.

So, how do I enter?

It’s really simple. Just upload an original image of your favourite natural place to enjoy the great outdoors to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #EverNaturalEscape.

Make sure you follow and tag @EmuAustralia in your caption. You can also post your image to the EMU Australia Facebook page directly to enter.

Be sure to submit your image before the competition ends on 15 November 2015.

You can read the Terms & Conditions here. Best of luck!!

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