Win a stay at Peppers Seaport

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Immerse yourself in Launceston’s rich cultural heritage and enjoy a thriving food and wine scene amongst the backdrop of vibrant Georgian streetscapes.  Peppers Seaport Hotel is offering the opportunity to experience this boutique riverside city, located in the heart of the picturesque Tamar Valley. Boasting magnificent natural attractions, including the spectacular Cataract Gorge Reserve and beautiful parks and gardens, it’s easy to see why Tasmania has been voted in Lonely Planet’s top 10 regions for 2015.

Just a five-minute walk from Launceston’s town centre and 15 minutes’ drive from Launceston Airport, Peppers Seaport Hotel is built in the shape of a ship on the site of an old dry dock. The hotel exudes a stylish, contemporary design with a distinct nautical feel. Here, you can begin your day with a refreshing walk along the marina, or simply relax and relish in the sun’s warmth and enjoy the stunning views from your room.

Peppers Seaport Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the city, visiting the vineyards of the Tamar Valley and enjoying award-winning tastes on offer from restaurants located on the thriving Old Seaport Wharf.

Prize consists of two night’s accommodation for two in a River View Suite with a tasting plate and welcome gift on arrival. Enter at

*Please note: Some users have been redirected after entering to an incorrect confirmation page that displayed an incorrect competition closure date. Please refer to the terms and conditions on the entry page for correct details* 

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Total Comments: 10
  1. 0

    What a Devil of an idea, a holiday in Tassie!

  2. 0

    According to the website, this competition was for 2014…………..

  3. 0

    Love your flowers Marlin I’ll trade you the holiday for some of them…..

  4. 0

    hank you Pate. They are Pink Liliums. You’ve got a deal 🙂

  5. 0

    trouble is turning the clock back…..

  6. 0

    Just been to the Terms & Conditions and site has been updated to show current competition dates. All’s well with the world 🙂

  7. 0

    Great stuff Marlin I have just entered the comp.

  8. 0

    have just re-entered competition for Peppers Launceston…this time with the correct details Good Luck everyone

  9. 0

    Year OK on my planet’s website

  10. 0

    Tried to enter the competition twice, both times said “failure to send mail” have never come across this before!
    Shame, have always wanted to see Launceston.



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