Win a luxury weekend for two to Melbourne

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The Cullen Hotel, an Art Series Group hotel.

The Cullen Hotel, an Art Series Group hotel. Image: Tourism Victoria

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Hidden laneways, rooftop bars, stunning architecture and Melbourne's top attractions await.

Hidden laneways, rooftop bars, stunning architecture and Melbourne’s top attractions await. Image: Tourism Victoria

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Urbis magazine in partnership with Tourism Victoria is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a trip for two to Melbourne. Ignite your curiosity with everything that makes this vibrant city tick, anytime of the year. 

Melbourne’s urban style. Image:  Tourism Victoria

Pick up a copy of Urbis December edition and find the answer to this question: Where did Urbis stay in Melbourne? (hint - it’s on page 112). Then, click here to enter the competition.

The winner will receive a fantastic prize package including:

  • Return airfares to Melbourne from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch
  • Two nights accommodation at The Cullen Hotel, an Art Series Group hotel for an art inspired experience in the colourful Prahran area
  • Airport transfers
  • Two tickets to the Hidden Secrets Architects Tour so you can experience the diversity of Melbourne’s architecture first hand
  • Tickets to some of Melbourne’s top attractions

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