Fancy your own island? $20 million opens a lot of doors

MOVIE star Julia Roberts once made a bid for it and if you're the lucky person who takes home the $20 million in Gold Lotto's Superdraw on February 15, Turtle Island could be the first of a few tropical islands added to your property portfolio.

On the market for a cool $5 million, the tropical island, found about 5km east of Gladstone, offers 8.5ha, a four-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion, helipad, and views to Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot islands.

If Turtle Island's not to your taste, Hinchinbrook Island, at $4.5 million, might be worth a look, or Victor Island, just south of the Whitsundays could be yours for about $1.95 million.

Whether it's a tropical island, a garage full of fast cars, or houses all over the world, $20 million opens a lot of doors.

From now until February 12, The Observer is offering readers the chance to chase the dream win in the $20 million Gold Lotto Superdraw by giving away a number of Systems entries for the draw.

Readers have the choice of entering by mail to go in the draw to win one System 12 ticket (valued at $605.95) or entering online for the chance to win one System 19 ticket (valued at $17,793.15), or one of 100 System nine Superdraw tickets (valued at $55.10 each).

A System 19 ticket is the equivalent of 27,132 games.

To enter by mail, cut out and collect a token that appears in the paper each day.

Attach three tokens to an original entry form, which will appear in the paper on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and post it to The Gladstone Observer, PO Box 351 Gladstone, Queensland 4680.

One entry form and three original tokens is a single entry.

To enter online, find the codeword that will appear in the paper each day, log on to gladstoneobserver.com.au/superdrawgiveaway and follow the prompts.

Each day's unique codeword is another opportunity to enter, with one entry available each day of the competition.

The competition remains open until February 12, with the prizes drawn at 6pm AEDT on Wednesday, February 12.

Full terms and conditions are available on our website at gladstoneobserver.com. au/competitionterms.



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