Australia Sweepstakes | KCET
This sweepstakes is now closed. We would like to thank everyone who entered, especially to our winner Heather D. from Canoga Park.
KCET is offering viewers a chance to enter a very special giveaway for a dream vacation to Australia … including roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles courtesy of our friends at Air New Zealand.
Air New Zealand offers one of the most comprehensive services between North America, New Zealand and Australia with 146 direct services per week to 8 key destinations (including Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Cairns and Perth).
Combined with travel vouchers to Queensland, you’ll have the flexibility to visit the Great Barrier Reef and create the trip of your dreams – but only if you enter this special giveaway right now.
Donate by April 30th and you’ll be automatically entered to win!*
*No donation necessary. I understand that my gift will not improve my chances of winning. For complete rules, click here.
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