Five dollars could win you two luxury coastal properties

BEAUTIFUL VISTA: The ocean view from the Caloundra apartment.
BEAUTIFUL VISTA: The ocean view from the Caloundra apartment.

WHAT if $5 could result in owning two luxury coastal properties?

The RSL Art Union this week launched its latest lottery.

First prize includes a four-bedroom home at Hope Island, on the Gold Coast, that has views from an expansive waterside entertaining area, as well as a stunning apartment with ocean views at Caloundra.

Together the prizes are worth more than $2 million.

RSL Art Union spokesman Isaac Williams said the ocean views from the Caloundra property's luxurious master suite were spectacular.

With far better odds than your average newsagent Lotto draw, an RSL Art Union ticket offered better value and the money raised helped support the vital work the RSL does to support veterans and their families, he said.

At 407/12 Otranto Ave, Caloundra, the apartment has views all the way from Pumicestone Passage to the Glass House Mountains.

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