Christmas in July

TOURISM Whitsundays launched its 12 Days of Christmas in July campaign yesterday.

Run on the Whitsundays Facebook and Twitter sites, the campaign encourages fans to monitor the sites throughout the day to answer questions and win prizes.

“This campaign aims to build up awareness of the Whitsundays and the products we are giving away as prizes,” TW CEO Peter O'Reilly said.

“Locals are encouraged to sign up as fans.”

The major prize is a week at any of the Hotel Group resorts plus a session at Airlie Day Spa.

To sign up, go to or

The competition will run until Friday July 30.

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