ONE lucky family is set to enjoy island living with a Qld island paradise up for grabs for just $2.
The $2.5m Bribie Island home package is Mater Prize Home’s latest prize draw.
Dubbed “a life of freedom”, the lucky winner of the prize draw can live mortgage free in a luxury house on Bribie Island — the only island in Queensland that’s connected to the mainland by bridge.
The furnished home at 212 Freshwater Drive, Banksia Beach is also a golfing enthusiast’s paradise — it backs onto Bribie Island’s Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club.
There’s plenty of room in the house with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a modern kitchen with butler’s pantry, soaring ceilings, open-plan spaces and sweeping vistas of the green fairways.
The winner can also entertain guests with an alfresco barbecue area and in-ground pool.
Thrown in with the prize package is two luxury cars, a golf cart, two sets of clubs, a jet ski and a $500,000 cashable gold bullion.
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Mater Foundation executive director Andrew Thomas said the recent sellout Mater Prize Home lotteries had done so much to drive the cause forward and support those whose lives are impacted by cancer and critical illness.
“We’re so grateful to everyone who buys Mater Prize Home tickets,” he said.
“Each one is bringing hope and healing to so many people in the community through supporting vital medical research and exceptional patient care.
“From funding our groundbreaking cancer research, to buying equipment to support our tiniest patients in the neonatal critical care unit, each ticket is changing lives.
“And you never know — the next winner could be you.”
Lottery No. 305 will be drawn on February 23.
Mater Lotteries has contributed almost $60m to medical research being undertaken at Mater Research since 2014.
Funding has gone towards medical and clinical research to help treat, and ultimately prevent, a range of diseases including various cancers.
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