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A luxury holiday awaits at Kingfisher Bay Resort.
A luxury holiday awaits at Kingfisher Bay Resort. CONTRIBUTED

THERE is little doubt about it, a stay at Kingfisher Bay Resort is an all-Australian holiday experience.

There is the usual sun, sand (it's the biggest sand island in the world) and sea, not to mention the endless blue sky.

And everybody knows it is the only place in Australia where you can get close to the dog/wolf, the dingo, which is still as pure as those first seen by the early white settlers.

But there is more Australiana than that, too - bush tucker. The resort's Seabelle restaurant offers low-fat meals such as kangaroo, emu and crocodile steaks served with such native tucker as bunya nuts and wattle seeds.

That and more are on offer in The Observer's competition to win a holiday at Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island.

The prize includes two interconnecting hotel rooms, a vehicle barge transfer to the resort or passenger walk-ons and a full-day Beauty Spots tour for four people.

Fill in the entry form in The Observer and either post it to Win a holiday at Kingfisher Bay Resort - Fraser Island with The Observer, PO Box 351, Gladstone Qld 4680 or drop it into The Observer's office at 130 Auckland St.

Topics:  competition, holiday, kingfisher bay resort, prize


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