More great prizes up for grabs this week

The Immersive Dining Experience

IMMERSIVE DINING EXPERIENCE

Until August 25, Federation Square will be transformed into a mecca of vibrant and extraordinary experiences for the Anything But Square Festival. Along with a kaleidoscope of events, activities and installations, a major highlight will be Sensory Underground: an immersive dining experience by Tokyo Tina. Drawing on predicted dining trends for the year 2045, the futuristic experience will take place in a unique space accessible beneath Fed Square where no-one has previously dined.We have a double pass (worth $260 in total) to join the diners on Sunday August 18 for a four-course sit down menu featuring a take on what food and dining might be like in 25 years into the future.

Details received on [email protected] will enter the draw.

Whyte Gardens for the Backyard and Garden Show.

BACKYARD & GARDEN SHOW

The Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre hosts Victoria's first-ever Backyard & Garden Show on August 10 and 11 and there are 10 doubles (worth $39 each) up for grabs. Co-located with the SPASA Victoria Spa and Pool Show, multiple offerings will feature design and renovation ideas with industry experts on hand to provide professional help plus free seminars and the Living Landscape Awards that will showcase designs from Victoria's landscape and garden designers with one garden to be awarded Best on Show. For the chance to be inspired to transform your outdoor environment, send your details to [email protected] before midnight tonight.

Richard Roxburgh in Danger Close

MOVIE PASSES TO DANGER CLOSE: THE BATTLE OF LONG TAN

One of the most savage and decisive engagements in Australian military history, the Battle of Long Tan saw both the United States and South Vietnamese Presidential Citations for gallantry. The battle pitted 108 young Australian soldiers against an army of 2,500. An exploration of war illustrating heroism, tragedy and the sacrifice of battle that took place over three and a half hours on August 18, 1966, this emotional exploration of a key battle in the Vietnam war is released on Thursday. We have 20 in-season doubles on offer. Register your details on [email protected] before midnight tonight to enter the draw.

WINNERS

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY THE MUSICAL:
Paula Price, Keith Harkin, Zoe Barrett, Robyn Tilley, Michael Fisher

HARRY POTTER AND THE MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA:
Rachael Spicer and Dom Waltzer

PHILLIP ISLAND FESTIVAL OF STORIES:
Andy Procop and Dean Tighe

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