Win a trip to Gallipoli & Turkey

Te Papa and Weta's incredible exhibition, Gallipoli: The scale of our war has been wowing audiences since it launched in April and is on now during school holidays.

RadioLIVE and Paul Henry are proud to partner with Te Papa, The Innovative Travel Company and Singapore Airlines to offer a chance to win a trip on the first class Glories of Turkey Coach Tour to Gallipoli and Turkey. The experience includes a tour of memorial sites like Chunuk Bair, as well visits to quaint villages, beautiful beaches and other fantastic sites such as Ephesus and unforgettable Cappadocia.

Enter here: http://www.3news.co.nz/tvshows/paulhenry/win-a-14-day-trip-to-gallipoli-and-turkey-with-paul-henry-and-te-papa-2015092413#axzz3mxdjcLcX for your chance to win, then watch and/or listen to Paul Henry between 6-9am next/this Friday (9th October) when he calls the winner live on-air.

Don't forget, if you're looking for something to do these school holidays, we highly recommend the remarkable exhibition, Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War, free to view at Te Papa. PLUS, you can double your chances to win this amazing competition by entering a second time at Te Papa!

Full Prize Includes:

  • Two economy class return flights, courtesy of Singapore Airlines, from Auckland or Christchurch via Singapore to Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Ancient Kingdoms Glories of Turkey – Superior First Class Coach Tour (ex. Istanbul) for 14 days courtesy of Innovative Travel, including:
    -    Superior First Class accommodation with private facilities
    -    All transfers and A/C transportation
    -    Luggage handling at hotels
    -    11 Dinners and 13 Breakfasts
    -    Professional English Speaking guide
    -    Sightseeing and entrance fees
    -    Innovative Travel Company travel notes
  • And NZ$500 spending money!


Read the full terms and conditions here.

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