Refer a friend to Seachange and you could win a cruise

SHARE your love of the Gold Coast's award-winning over 50s Seachange lifestyle resorts and you could go in the draw to win a $25,000 luxury Kimberley Coast cruise.

Seachange in partnership with leading travel provider APT has launched a new customer referral program that is open to anyone who introduces a friend to either Seachange Village Arundel or Emerald Lakes.

Both communities offer a vibrant lifestyle for over 50s with architecturally designed homes and access to a five-star country club that nourishes the mind, body and soul.

Referees will go in the draw to win an exclusive Caledonia Sky expedition to the Kimberley for two people.

The 11-day Kimberley Coast cruise visits attractions like King George River and Falls, Montgomery Reef, Jar Island and Prince Frederick Harbour.

The prize, valued at $25,000, includes tours, flights and transfers.

You must visit the Seachange website to enter, as well visiting either of the two Seachange Gold Coast communities.

"Most of our Seachange residents heard about our communities through word of mouth - we thought this campaign would be a great way to give back to our loyal supporters," said Seachange Project Director Phil Goodman.

Seachange Arundel and Seachange Emerald Lakes are designed to provide active over 50s a happy and healthy life amongst like-minded people.

Integral to the Seachange lifestyle is the world-class Country Club, which allows residents to nourish their minds, bodies and souls.

Luxury facilities include dining areas, club lounges, games rooms, library, bowls club, championship bowling rinks, cinema with tiered seating, craft room, workshop, floodlit tennis courts, indoor heated pool and outdoor lagoon pool, spa and gym, sauna and dance floor.

For more information, visit http://www.seachangegoldcoast.com.au.


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