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Photography – Caitlin Mills for The Design Files.

WIN the Ultimate Winter Weekend in Canberra

16th May, 2018

Our dream weekend in Canberra, thanks to Cartier: The Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia.

Earlier in the year Lucy visited Canberra for a preview of Cartier: The Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia and had pretty much the BEST TIME EVER. We were inspired to curate a long weekend package in partnership with the NGA, full of unique Canberra experiences hand-picked by us!

One lucky winner and a friend will win flights from your nearest state capital to Canberra (thanks to Visit Canberra!), as well as two-nights accommodation at the centrally located Avenue Hotel.

In the evening, you can mosey on down to the impeccably designed Monster Kitchen and Bar, one of Canberra’s coolest culinary offerings, for a meal made with local and seasonal produce.

Rise and shine and SHOP with a $250 voucher to the Canberra Centre’s Lifestyle Precinct (think Le Creuset and Top 3 by Design), and after you’ve indulged in some well-deserved retail therapy, spend the afternoon immersed in the awe-inspiring Cartier: The Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia.

On top of all this, you’ll also have the opportunity to unleash your inner foodie, with a truffle hunt at the Canberra Truffle Festival!

Sounds good? Here’s how you can enter: In 25 words or less tell us how many pieces are in the Cartier exhibition, which one is your favourite and why? Enter here, entries close on the 1st of June! 

For a clue, head over to

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