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We need a winter wonderland. We need Switzerland.

While some of us haven’t had the chance yet to travel internationally post-lockdowns, our good friends at Switzerland Tourism thought it would be nice to bring a slice of their magnificent country to you. So be sure you get the chance to experience wintry Switzerland right here on the sandy shores of Bondi Beach with the Bondi Festival Ice Rink

And while you put your ice-skating skills to the test or take in the views from the Switzerland deck chairs, do not miss out on your chance to WIN some of the amazing prizes below!

PS: If you want more of Switzerland in winter, check out these insider tips from Switzerland Tourism.

 

Feeling Lucky?

Our good friends at Switzerland Tourism are giving away some excellent prizes to eight lucky winners!

To win, enter your details on the My Switzerland website by clicking the ‘Enter Prize Draw’ button below.

Good Luck!

ENTER PRIZE DRAW

 

What can I win?

Prize 1 | 1 x large Victorinox suitcase (valued at $600)
Made with Swiss precision, the new Spectra 2.0 Large Case by Victorinox makes every journey more pleasant, so get ready for your next holiday (sponsored by Victorinox).

Prize 2 | 1 x Lindt Chocolate Hamper (valued at $300)
Get all warm and fuzzy when you indulge in the finest Swiss chocolate in this stunning Lindt chocolate hamper.

Prize 3 | 5 x Victorinox hiking backpacks (valued at $200)
Get excited for your next hiking trip in Switzerland with one of five stylish Victorinox backpacks (sponsored by Victorinox). 

Prize 4 | 1 x Dining Voucher at Bei Amici (valued at $100)
Spoil yourself with an unforgettable dining experience at Sydney’s finest Swiss-Italian restaurant, Bei Amici in Darling Point.

ENTER PRIZE DRAW


25/07/22
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