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03/23/2017 at 07:21. Facebook
The team at the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation are currently conducting world class studies that will improve the lives of our veterans.

When you buy a ticket to win a prize home, this is just one of the fantastic initiatives that your money goes to. Thanks for the support!
On Monday evening a few lucky loyal supporters were treated to an exclusive viewing hosted by Sarah Todd Masterchef at our next prize home!

A clue as to where it might be? The Quicksilver Pro Gold Coast was just down the road.

More to come very soon.
Have you got your Draw 344 tickets yet? The prize is now 95% sold so time is running out!

Take a look at what you could win here - [ Link ]
A $5 ticket could transform your life forever and in the words of our most recent winner - you might just receive "the best bloody phone call of your life!"

Draw 344 is now over 90% sold, so be quick and secure your tickets now --> [ Link ]
If you haven't's the time to check our Draw 344's photo gallery. Tickets are almost 90% sold!

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Take a look at this flashback to Art Union 66 - a waterfront property in Paradise Point - an area will be re-visiting very soon and giving you the chance to win an entire townhouse development...
Our $2 million choice is now 85% sold! You don't have long to secure your chance to win...get your tickets here --> [ Link ]
Our winner has been drawn! Find out what he had to say here --> [ Link ]

Thank you for everyone who supported Draw 343 and made it such a success.
It's draw day folks! At 10am today another supporter will be made a millionaire. Get your tickets ready and keep your phone nearby because it might be you who receives the call. Good luck everybody.
Tomorrow at 10am one lucky supporter will win three stunning Queensland apartments + $200,000 worth of gold bullion! If you win, what will you do with your instant property portfolio?
Daily Mail Australia are featuring Draw 344 - take a look here [ Link ]

If you haven't secured your tickets yet, now's the time do so because they're selling fast! Get yours today --> [ Link ]

Stunning penthouse worth $2MILLION up for grabs for just $5
According to Domain Sydney real estate performed phenomenally in 2016. Take a look at what they have to say here [ Link ]

If you won our $2 million choice would you bet on the Sydney property market or take the gold?
Born in Bendigo, Victoria, Lieutenant George Ingram was a carpenter before joining the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force for service in New Guinea, then enlisting in the AIF. He arrived in France in early 1917. He was awarded the Military Medal for his work near Bapaume two months later.

Ingram received the Victoria Cross, the Military Medal, service medals for the First and...
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Here's a flashback to 2002 and Golden Treasure no. 7! Does anyone remember buying tickets to win this beauty?
One lucky supporter will make a $2 million choice this April...will it be you? Tickets are selling fast, get yours here --> [ Link ]
Having left school at 13 to work on the family farm near Macksville, New South Wales, Frank Partridge was called up for full-time army duty when he turned 18. He was posted to the 8th Battalion, a militia unit. The battalion moved to Lae, New Guinea, in May 1944, and from June 1945 operated in northern Bougainville.

On 24 July 1945 Partridge's unit came under fire and he was badly wounded....
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Here's a behind the scenes pic of the team shooting our next TODAY segment. Draw 344 is in full swing! Have you got your tickets yet?
Sydney penthouse or $2 million worth of gold? That's the decision you will have to make if you're the winner of Draw 344 - which is now open! Take a look here -> [ Link ]
One of the best parts of our job is getting to call our winners and hear how they react to being told they're now millionaires.

It’s hard to know what you would say in the moment – but how would winning an RSL Art Union prize change your life?

Here’s a few of our favourite quotes from previous winners for inspiration.
Tom Axford (1894-1983) was born in South Australia but grew up in Coolgardie, Western Australia. At the time of his enlistment he was working in Kalgoorlie. Axford arrived in France in 1916.

During the battle of Hamel, Axford assisted an adjoining platoon by allowing the platoon to come forward and join him in the advance. Of his action he later commented, "I must have been mad". He was...
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