Well it’s that time again – contest time!
This month we have a fantastic prize for you – get away from the hustle and bustle of the hospital and escape for a relaxing seaside weekend at Peppers Anchorage Port Stephens!
For this contest, we are looking for the Chattiest Nurse Uncutter!
Our most talkative nurse will win the fantastic prize – a two night stay at the Peppers Anchorage Port Stephens, with deluxe Anchorage room with full water views, and hot and cold breakfast!!
Read on to find out more about Peppers Anchorage Port Stephens
Nestled between rugged bushes and built in the style of a cosy fishing village, Peppers Anchorage is a boutique resort offering luxury seaside accommodation in the beautiful New South Wales region of Nelson Bay, Port Stephens. Overlooking the Anchorage Marina, Corlette Beach and the unspoilt waters of Port Stephens, allow the sea to soothe your soul with a seaside weekend escape.
From your private balcony or verandah admire the natural beauty of the region, breath in the clean and crisp sea air and allow the salty breeze to relax you. Explore our marina and all the yacht and fishing boat action or escape to one of our neighbouring beaches and watch wild dolphins frolic in the ocean’s waves.
An easy two and a half hour drive from Sydney, Peppers Anchorage features 80 luxurious rooms housed in four interlinked guesthouses lining the marina’s edge.
The contest starts today 27th September and runs through until November 15th – so start talking!
The prize is valid till 2nd June 2011.
- The contest will run from today, Monday, 27 September until Monday 15th November. The contest will close at 11.59pm (Sydney time) on Monday November 15th.
- The contest is open to any resident in Australia aged 15 years and over.
- The winner will be announced on Friday 19th November.
- Travel to the hotel is not included in this prize. Winner must arrange for own transportation.
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