SPRING 2021

WIN 2 nights for 2 people at beautiful Marramarra Lodge, on the Hawkesbury River
Waterfront privacy, gourmet meals and breathtaking nature – what more could you want from a luxury escape.

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COMPETITION DATE EXTENDED WHILE WE’RE IN LOCKDOWN!

Marramarra Lodge is a new, luxurious retreat at Fishermans Point on the Hawkesbury River, nestled by the adjoining Marramarra National Park. It’s the adults-only getaway to enjoy precious moments of zen surrounded by nature: relax or explore the historic past of the river from your Marramarra base, enjoy walks and wildlife, sunset sips by the river, or take to the water by kayak or SUP. Or simply just relax and take in those magnificent river views.

There are are two accommodation choices, the Peninsula Tent or Hawkesbury Bungalow – both overlooking the river. Stylishly designed with timber floors and river-stone bathrooms for a serene and revitalising experience.

Dine as a guest of Budyari Restaurant where your dining experience is a degustation journey curated by Marramarra’s French chef, and each course is wine-paired.

Take a guided tour to historic Bar Island, located less than 200 metres from the Lodge; once a meeting place for the local Indigenous Dharug clans, and later by European settlers. The ruins of the Anglican church built in the early 1800s sit below a graveyard with familial burial plots and a work by poet Henry Kendall.

Prize inclusions: accommodation in a Peninsula ‘tent’, all-inclusive meals with paired wines, complimentary boat transfers from Mooney Mooney or Brooklyn.

The prize, valued at $2,840 is available for a couple, for two nights mid-week, excluding peak holiday periods. Just tell us why you’d like to win….

Entry Form - WIN 2 nights at beautiful Marramarra Lodge

Competition Terms & Conditions:

The winner will be notified by email. Relatives and employees of Marrammarra Lodge and COAST Publishing are ineligible to enter. Entries close at 5 pm, August 26, 2021. Entries will be judged by two members of COAST Publishing team. The prize cannot be exchanged or redeemed for cash. By entering we’ll deliver future issues of COAST ONLINE free to your Inbox (you may unsubscribe at any time), and you undertake that the Entry words are yours and that the publishers will not be held liable for any breach of these terms and conditions. Entry email addresses will not be shared with anyone outside COAST Publishing and the immediate suppliers of the prizes.

Marramarra Lodge Terms & Conditions:

The prize must be redeemed by December, 2022, is valid for two people for two nights, mid-week, excluding peak/Christmas periods or public holidays, and is subject to availability. Original voucher must be presented upon check-in to be valid. The voucher is not transferable, cannot be paid in lieu of booked dates, and can only be amended outside 7 days prior to the confirmed arrival date, other than because of official Government restrictions for Covid-19 or similar.

Once your booking is confirmed, Marramarra Lodge Terms & Conditions apply including any safety and insurances, and under no circumstances will COAST Publishing or its officers, employees or agents be liable for any damages or claim (consequential or otherwise) arising from any actions or lack of actions by the provider (Marramarra Lodge) of this competition prize. The prize is valued at $1,420 per person for two nights. Please note: Guests are required to leave a security deposit on the property. This can be provided as either credit card details or EFT which is returned within 7 days after departure check.

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