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Which major network is giving away the ultimate Fiji holiday?

We don’t know about you but we’re seriously addicted to the drama of Bachelor in Paradise right now.

And it’s not just because everyone’s fave magician, Apollo, just arrived.

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Well now, you’ve got the chance to have your own romantic experience in paradise if you’re fortunate enough to have already found love that is.

Channel 7’s Sunrise, in partnership with Tourism Fiji and the Shangri-La Fijian Resort & Spa, are giving one lucky Australian couple the chance to win a luxury, paradise holiday in Fiji.

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Not only that, but they’ll chuck in one hell of a wedding worth nearly $100,000.

The major prize for the ‘Marry in the Morning’ contest will be a full wedding and reception package at the Shangri-La Fijian Resort & Spa including bridal flowers, photographer, make-up for bride and bridesmaids, celebrity celebrant Greg Evans, and a fully catered reception for 20 people.

Jetstar will fly the bride, groom and their 18 guests to the Coral Coast of Fiji where the Shangri-La will accommodate everyone for 6-nights.

The couple will then be whisked away to Vomo Island Fiji for their 4-night luxury honeymoon getaway.

Sounds pretty bloody romantic if you ask us.

Now all we have to do is trick someone into marrying us and we’ll be set!

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