National Parks & Wildlife Service Offers Event Planners Chance To ‘Win An Island For A Day’

National Parks & Wildlife Service Offers Event Planners Chance To ‘Win An Island For A Day’
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National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) is encouraging the events industry to break free from Sydney’s concrete jungle and is setting its sights on nurturing the creative imaginations of event planners via an online promotion where one lucky business will ‘Win an Island for a Day’.

The ‘Win an Island for a Day’ promotion aims to showcase a selection of national park’s sites, including Goat Island, Shark Island, Rodd Island, Clark Island, Scheyville, Greenfield Beach and Middle Head as potential venues for creative-led events.

The promotion will run from 12 June to 31 July, with the lucky winner to be chosen based on a creative answer to the question ‘In 25 words or less, tell us your most creative event idea if you won an island for a day’.

The integrated online and social promotion is targeted towards event planners, as well as marketing, advertising and creative agencies who would consider an unconventional location for a future event.

You can enter the competition here.

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