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Boystown Lifestyle Lottery 365

Dates: Monday 5th March 2007 to Wednesday 11th April 2007
Location: 'Amalfi' Kings Beach, Not Assigned

Come & visit BoysTown's Latest Luxury Prize Home

 

Win a penthouse apartment at Kings Beach PLUS a Sydney CBD Unit!

 

PLUS $25,000 GOLD Bullion

 

PLUS $45,000 Furniture & Electrical Voucher

 

1st Prize Valued at $1.2 million!

 

Apartment 20, 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach

 

This spacious penthouse apartment features…

·         Extensive Panoramic Ocean Views

·         3 bedrooms, main with ensuite

·         Private balcony

·         Ducted air-conditioning and Security Alarm System

·         12 months Building Insurance, Council Rates & Body Corporate Fees

 

Location…

·         Apartment just 500m from Kings Beach

·         800m walk from Kings Beach to Shelly Beach

·         2mins drive to Caloundra CBD

 

The Kings Beach Prize Home is open for viewing and ticket sales NOW

 

Apartment 20, 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach

 

UBD Ref 50th Edition Sunshine Coast Map 100 N14

 

Open daily:   9am to 5pm until Tuesday 10 April 2007

9am to 4pm on Wednesday 11 2007

(Closed Good Friday 6 April)

 

$15 tickets in Lottery 365 can be purchased at the Prize Home, online at www.boystown.com.au or by calling 1800 555 079

 

Closes:         11 April 2007 (8pm AEST)

 

Drawn:         13 April 2007 (11am AEST)

 

The lucky winner will have the option of accepting an alternative prize that includes a new Georgian-style residence in the sought-after inner Melbourne suburb of Malvern, a $75,000 Furniture and Electrical Package, $50,000 Gold Bullion and $25,000 Qantas Travel.

 

BoysTown Lotteries' proceeds fund essential community services such as Kids Help Line - Australia's only free, confidential and anonymous 24 hour counselling service for children and young people.

 

In 2005, Kids Help Line received more than 99,000 calls from children in Queensland seeking telephone counselling with 10% of these from the Sunshine Coast.

 

BoysTown Lotteries in aid of BoysTown charitable services provided nationally and other De La Salle works of charity.  Promoter:  JJ Firman.  BoysTown, Suite 9/97 Castlemaine Street, Milton, Qld 4064.  Winners notified by registered mail.  Results will be published in "The Courier Mail" and the "The Australian" on Tuesday 17 April 2007 and on BoysTown's website:  www.boystown.com.au. Maximum number of tickets 290,000.  Qld Licence No:  29586.  ACT Permit No: R06/00366, Vic Permit No:  12079/06.

 
Kings Beach first follows Moffat Beach winner
 
The first million-dollar prize home package offered by BoysTown Lotteries at Kings Beach reflects the booming popularity of the southern end of Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
 
BoysTown Lotteries is offering a glamour penthouse apartment with stunning ocean views at Kings Beach just months after the outstanding popularity of another of its prize homes at nearby Moffat Beach.
 
The latest offering at Apartment 20 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach, is expected to be just as attractive given its prime position with panoramic views across Kings, Shelley, Moffat and Dicky beaches.
 
Rising national interest in the region has attracted the charitable art union to the area according to BoysTown Lotteries' General Manager, Keith Coventry.
 
"There's a growing cosmopolitan feel with exciting new retail, restaurant and residential options," Mr Coventry says. "At the same time, the Caloundra region has retained its relaxed reputation."
 
Public demand for this special mix of attributes will place the winner of Apartment 20 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach, in an enviable position according to well-known local property agent, Peter Ford, of Henzells Real Estate.
 
"If the winner chooses to live in the property they're forecast to make strong capital gains, if they make the penthouse available for holiday letting they can expect few vacancies and if they choose to sell they'll find there's strong interest and quick turnover in Kings Beach property sales," Mr Ford explains.
 
He says the multi-million dollar Council renewal of the Kings Beach foreshore, the emergence of new retail and dining attractions along the beachfront and Caloundra's enduring popularity with second and even third generation visitors virtually guarantees strong returns.
 
Panoramic ocean views can be enjoyed from all the spacious living areas at Apartment 20 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach, as well as from the penthouse apartment's master bedroom, ensuite and study. The new development  was designed by well-known Queensland developers, MDev Property Group, and has been finished with high-quality fittings in relaxing neutral tones.
 
The lucky winner of Apartment 20 'Amalfi', 5 Sykes Avenue, Kings Beach won't believe their luck as this BoysTown Lotteries prize package also includes an inner city apartment on Kent Street in Sydney's Central Business District, a $45,000 Furniture and Electrical Package and $25,000 Gold Bullion.
 
The winner will have the option of accepting an alternative prize that includes a new Georgian-style residence in the sought-after inner Melbourne suburb of Malvern, a $75,000 Furniture and Electrical Package, $50,000 Gold Bullion and $25,000 Qantas Travel.
 
BoysTown Lotteries' Lottery 365 will be drawn onsite at 11 am, Friday, 13 April 2007, at the Malvern prize home. The Kings Beach apartment will be open to the public from 9.00am to 5.00pm daily between 21 February 2007 - 10 April 2007 and from 9.00am to 4.00pm on 11 April 2007 (closed Good Friday 6 April). The Kings Beach prize home is also featured online at the BoysTown website at www.boystown.com.au. $15 tickets in Lottery 365 can be purchased at the prize home, online at www.boystown.com.au or by calling 1800 555 079.
 
BoysTown Lotteries' proceeds fund essential community services such as Kids Help Line, which in 2006 celebrated its 15th Anniversary. In 2005 Kids Help Line received more than 99,000 calls from children in Queensland seeking telephone counselling with 10% of these from the Sunshine Coast.
 

 

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