Spirit of TasmaniaTransportation Service in Port Melbourne, Victoria
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE NAME
Massive thanks to everyone who entered our Name our Tassie Devil competition. We had over 1000 entries!!
It was tough, but we and Devils at Cradle narrowed it down to our top five and now we want you to choose her name.
So head across to our competition page and vote for your favourite name now! https://a.pgtb.me/K47mPJ
The winner will be announced on Monday 12th March.
Good luck to the finalists!
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Don't forget to share your treasured memories by posting your snaps to this page or #spiritoftasmania or #spiritedtraveller on Instagram for your chance to get featured.
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Only one week left to name our Tassie Devil, so get inspired and get creative.
Submit your chosen name and you go in the draw to win a return trip for four on Spirit of Tasmania plus a family ticket for an After Dark Feeding Tour at Devils at Cradle.
Competition closes 28th February 2018.
Enter here -> https://a.pgtb.me/K47mPJ
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You can share your treasured memories by posting your snaps to this page or #spiritoftasmania or #spiritedtraveller on Instagram for your chance to get featured.
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