Unleash your inner German! bmag has 50 double passes to give away to Australia’s largest German festival and Brisbane’s most anticipated cultural event — Oktoberfest Brisbane!
Held over two weekends in October, it’s an extravaganza you won’t want to miss.
The ambient Oktoberfest Tent boasts authentic German trimmings from floor to ceiling. Yodellers, German dancers, leg-slappers and cowbell ringers will entertain throughout the festival. The Bavarian Oktoberfest Band, flown direct from Munich, will play all your festival favourites.
Tantalise your taste buds with German food and delicious desserts. Meander through the Marktplatz for folk gift-stalls, German products and culture, including traditional German clothing designed especially for Oktoberfest Brisbane.
Sunday is family fun day, with activities galore for the kids. And this year, on both Friday afternoons and evenings, all rides are free!
So pull out your Lederhosen or Dirndl and head to Oktoberfest Brisbane to bask in a bit of Bavarian fun at Brisbane Showgrounds from October 10-12 & 17-19!
Total prize value: $2400 ($48 per double pass depending on winner’s chosen date/time).
HOW TO ENTER: Enter via the form below or send your name, address and telephone details on the back of an envelope to Oktoberfest competition, bmag, PO Box 477, Albion, 4010. *Entrants agree to receive future promotional offers from bmag. This prize is not redeemable for cash or tranferrable. Tickets valid any day between 10 to 12 October and 17 to 19 October 2014 only. Competition closes 9am, Thursday 2 October 2014.
UPDATE: This competition has closed. Congratulations to our winners — Gabrielle Minards of Toowong, Vladimir Roudakov of Brisbane, Simone K of New Farm, Sara Montrose of Clayfield, Melissa Edwardson of Redcliffe, Giuliana Finlay of Kedron, Hannah Taylor of Chermside, Kweefoong Hew of Chermside, Danielle Stock of Boondall, Debby Dellit of Albany Creek, Melissa Mills of Bridgeman Downs, D Smith of Brighton, Sarah Yule of Enoggera, Kylie Walton of Stafford Heights, Mick Hemmings of Upper Kedron, Brendan Sankowsky of Ashgrove, Tom Barclay of Taringa, Roman Folkman of Jindalee, Barbara Sulzbacher of Sumner Park, Bianca Conejero of Forest Lake, Linda McPherson of Forest Lake, Steve Downie of West End, Lorena Nicolussi of Annerley, Martin Conwell of Sunnybank Hills, Sheena Biddle of Eight Mile Plains, Jeff Payne of Heritage Park, Aiming Miew of Greenslopes, Sally Amos of Holland Park, Thiam Ong of Mt Gravatt East, Sarah Frisby of Coorparoo, Emma Carlson of Carina, Cherie Stokes of Carindale, S Mills of Toowong, Cameron Marcon of Capalaba, Mark Sainsbury of Birkdale, K Gay of North Lakes, Amanda Herkes of Cleveland, Aaron Geoghegan of Kangaroo Point, Zoe Perl of Kangaroo Point, Olivia Day of Morningside, George Boath of Hawthorne, Tania Walker of Burleigh Waters, Donah Bicknell of Springfield, Gary Hiles of Mount Crosby, Frank Sykes of Narangba, Lisa Meier of North Lakes and K Ross of Teneriffe!