AILA Lucky Door Prize: Win a Bose Portable Speaker

As part of celebrations with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects this month, Street Furniture Australia is hosting a Lucky Door Prize for AILA members at each virtual State awards ceremony.

Enter via the form below!

The Prize

The Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker is small but powerful, rugged and waterproof. It delivers crisp, balanced sound and unmatched bass for its size.

Strap it to your bike, backpack or esky with its tear-resistant silicone strap. A great companion for cycling and sojourns into nature.

How Do I Enter?

  • Join our StreetChat community to receive public domain and street furniture news in your inbox each month. (See our latest issue.)
  • Already a subscriber? No worries, enter via the form and you are still in the running.

Ts&Cs: Competition is open to AILA members only. One prize will be awarded for each State Awards ceremony. The winner for each awards night will be announced through the AILA State Chapter newsletter following the ceremony, or via AILA’s social media – at the discretion of the Chapter.


   

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Best of luck to all entrants for the Landscape Architecture Awards this year. We are looking forward to celebrating with you.


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