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Art Date the way to your heart

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Win an Art Date at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery for you and a loved one.

If art is the way to your heart then the Bundaberg Regional Galleries Art Date for two is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

The exclusive experience is up for grabs for one lucky couple through a recently launched gallery competition.

Art Date offers the chance for you and a loved one to sample local treats while enjoying a private, exclusive tour of National Photographic Portrait Prize from the National Portrait Gallery at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery.

The prize includes a beautiful brunch brimming with local delicacies by the Windmill Cafe Bargara, delicious chocolates from Cha Cha Chocolate and a beautiful boutique of flowers by From Farm to Vase all to be enjoyed at your own private table inside the gallery.

To enter, head to the Bundaberg Regional Galleries Facebook post, comment why you would like to win a romantic date at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery for Valentine’s Day and tag a friend.

The most creative answer will win.

The competition closes at 12pm Wednesday, 10 February and a winner will be announced shortly after.

For full terms and conditions for the Art Date, head to the Arts Bundaberg website.

For anyone not lucky enough to secure the exclusive Art Date experience, be sure to stop by Gallery Shop for some unique and locally made gift ideas.

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