Win a seat on the greatest fam-trip ever

Discover Queensland with Singapore Airlines and Tourism Queensland on the trip of a lifetime

Singapore Airlines invites you to join a competition for a seat on the biggest ever fam-trip to the beautiful sunshine state, “Down Under”. We have secured three seats for TTG Nordic readers in Scandinavia.
The journey will start and end in Copenhagen where we depart on SQ351 on the 26th May flying to Brisbane via Singapore and returning on SQ352 on the 7th June.
The itinerary will be full of top Queensland experiences from snorkelling trips, rainforest walks, sailing, wildlife parks, delicious food and drink and there will also be site inspections scattered through the schedule. On route experience Singapore Airlines’ world-famous service, modern fleet and KrisWorld – the greatest show in the sky.
All you have to do is write to us why you should be the lucky one to win by e-mailing us at before 10th May. The winners will be notified directly!
Come and join us “Down Under” or follow us on facebook


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