REEL IN THE WHOLE SET!

Collect your poster and set of Fishy Facts cards.
REEL IN THE WHOLE SET! Collect your poster and set of Fishy Facts cards.

Last week to win Heron trip with Fishy Facts cards

THERE'S just over one week left to enter The Observer's Fishy Facts competition and win a trip to Heron Island.

Every barramundi fish is born a male, but many become into females at the age of three or four.

That's just one fishy fact from The Observer's new exciting collector card set.

Once you collect the free poster with a purchase of the newspaper, reel in a whole set of cards over the next four weeks.

There are three cards a week to find and 12 cards to collect - each their own fishy facts on different species found in our region.

Find tokens in The Observer and swap them with your newsagent for the cards.

Fishy Facts is a great way to teach kids about fish, but there's something in it for the big kids too with a chance to win two holidays to Heron Island.

The prize is for two people in a beachside suite with breakfast every day and boat transfers - valued at $1340 each.

More details here.



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