Reindeer Competition

Help Santa find his missing reindeer & you could WIN!

Santa has lost his reindeer! Can you help him find them?

9 reindeer are hidden in shopfront windows around Launceston Central City - find them before time runs out and you could WIN* some jolly good prizes!

$300 to spend in the city

The value can be split between 3 vouchers to spend at Launceston Central City businesses of your choice

$160 voucher gift pack

Vouchers donated by Embellish Gifts, Charlie's Dessert House, Launceston Sport & Surf, Petrarch's Bookshop & Gourlay's Sweet Shop

$50 gift voucher

Donated by What's New

HAVE YOU FOUND THEM ALL?

Tell us where they are for your chance to WIN!*

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santa has left behind some clues...

This reindeer went op-shopping for some funky things. You may find him somewhere along a street that's fit for a King.
This reindeer wants to hike the Gorge, so he went on a hunt for supplies at a shop found on George.
Reindeer hooves can get really sore, so you will find one of them looking for new shoes at a York St store.
Reindeers think flowers are a treat for all noses, you will find this one hiding in a store full of roses.
One reindeer went for a massage in an oddly shaped mall, and needs to be found before he eats their green wall!
This reindeer wanted to buy Santa a bag made of leather, so he went browsing on Charles St, which seemed quite clever!
This reindeer found that his pant hems were frayed, so he went to see Debbie in an inner city arcade.
One reindeer found herself on a central corner looking for a treat, she wanted something frozen, delicious and sweet.
This red-nosed reindeer wandered up Brisbane St, he wanted to relax with a facial, cup of tea and a tasty treat.
If you want a paper copy of these clues, here is a printable version


Have you found Santa's missing reindeer?

If the answer is 'yes', fill in the entry form below and you could WIN!*


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