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WIN: We’re giving away a set of luxe and festive scented candles!

With travel beginning to make its comeback, many Aussies will be able to reunite with their loved ones for the first time since the pandemic began.

And, just in time for the Christmas holidays!

To celebrate the easing of restrictions and the festive season, we’ve teamed up with Oscar Amherst to give one lucky winner a set of luxe scented candles valued at $205!

The Australian luxury candle maker has launched All I Want candle gift packs featuring three deliciously scented candles for the festive season.

Oscar Amherst was born from the celebrations that Australians cherish and love; its signature scent All I Want is a blend of everything that is Christmas – woody green Christmas pine mixed with nutmeg, cinnamon, summer berries and pomegranate with mint, rosemary and Australian Eucalyptus.

The set also includes the brand’s Balmoral and Escarpment candles that celebrate Australian scenery as the country prepares for a huge domestic travel summer season.

Balmoral celebrates the coastal lifestyle, with Sea Salt Breeze as the main note complemented with Moreton Bay fig and coconut for sweetness; while Escarpment embodies the Australian bush, with a warm woodlands scent perfectly paired with Australian cedar, ironbark, native rosella flower and Tasmanian pepperberry, making the candle distinctly cosy and spicy, yet sweet and woody.

For your chance to win, head over to Travel Weekly’s Instagram page HEREor search @travelweeklyau on your Instagram app, go to our post about the giveaway, share it on your Instagram story and mention your favourite Christmas scent!

Make sure you are following @travelweeklyau and tag us along with @oscaramherst in your story for your chance to win an All I Want candle gift pack!

 

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If Instagram isn’t really your thing, you can also enter using Facebook. Share our post about the competition, make sure you’re following Travel Weekly and tag us and www.facebook.com/OscarAmherst to be in with a chance to win!

Make sure you get in quick though, as we’ll be announcing the winner on Friday!


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