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12 Days of Christmas – WIN a 4G Wi-Fi in Car Modem

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On the sixth day of Christmas my telco sent to me… the chance to win a 4G Wi-Fi in Car Modem! Trip around Australia with your trusty 4G Wi-Fi Modem this Christmas by entering our competition below.

 

To enter this competition, login to Yes Crowd and…


Leave a comment below telling us in 25 words or less, if you could road trip anywhere this Christmas, where would it be and why?

 

Once the competition closes (14th December at 11:59 pm AEDT) we will judge all entries, and the person we deem to have the best entry will win the 4G Wi-Fi in Car Modem.

 

The Yes Crowd 12 Days of Christmas competition runs from 3rd December 2018 until 11:59 pm on 14th December 2018 and you must be an Optus customer to enter. To find out what other amazing prizes are up for grabs, click here.

 

Not signed up to Yes Crowd yet? The good news is that Yes Crowd and My Account are linked. So, if you already have a My Account login, you don’t need to register, just use your existing My Account credentials to login to Yes Crowd here.

 

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Ts & Cs

Aust. residents 18+ only. Must be an Optus customer. Starts: 09:00AM AEDT 03/12/18. Ends: 11:59PM AEDT 14/12/18. Max 1 entry for each prize permitted per person. Ts & Cs apply.

176 Comments
Member TAandAA
Member

Sydney to Nimbin!  See the European settled towns for some history, check out Timbertown and camp in some amazing places under the stars in bushland!

Frequent Visitor lamminium
Frequent Visitor
Maybe Phillip Island, Victoria. Will definitely go for seafood, especially crayfish, again.
Frequent Visitor joyboy1978
Frequent Visitor

To Ulladulla from Sydney. A lovely drive, not too far for the kids and a wonderful place to end up!

New Contributor Zarpe
New Contributor

Esperence - Beautiful white sand and beautiful blue blue ocean far away from city life in the hot blistering sun.

Frequent Visitor MilanFil
Frequent Visitor

Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Scenic, breathtaking and full of history.

Frequent Visitor bim85
Frequent Visitor

I would love to take a road trip to the ancient forests of Tasmania, pristine and cool, before we lose them forever...

Member Collider25
Member

From Brisbane u t the top of QLD,  my dream roadtrip will begin on 29th of Dec, 4G modem is just what we need

Member MrBeeTea
Member

From Melbourne to Uluru in a Toyota Landcruiser for that true outback feel and to enjoy our breathtaking national treasure!

Frequent Visitor MrtheMoonbear
Frequent Visitor

Down to Sydney so I could spend it with the newest addition to my extended family ^.^

Occasional Contributor andrewbat
Occasional Contributor

Coming from Ballarat where it's writer 6 months of the year minimum...anywhere that summer exists...anywhere!!

Frequent Visitor Beeanka
Frequent Visitor

From Northern NSW to Melbourne VIC, making multiple stops along the way to visit family members that are spread out in different areas we have not seen in years. Time flys way too fast & no better time to catch up on a road trip than the Christmas Holidays.

New Contributor Kattwells
New Contributor

Lake Cathie in NSW, it's a beautiful little town on the beach and great place to relax and unwind

Frequent Visitor ReneY
Frequent Visitor

Outback Queensland, for the red dirt and amber sunsets, to dig up dinosaurs and support our rural drought stricken communities

Frequent Visitor Pinkie_Yes
Frequent Visitor
Drive from right to left (Melb to Perth).
Frequent Visitor Andipr55
Frequent Visitor

I will drive to all the nice quiet beaches where people don't go so I can have a quiet time

Occasional Contributor lyn60
Occasional Contributor

I would go north to Atherton Tablelands to see my brother and finally see my Dad's resting place with a stopover at Rockhampton to see my cousin/best friend

Occasional Visitor MasterJazD
Occasional Visitor

Head to Goolwa, SA, for the Xmas season to spend time with the family, also love the drive and atmosphere

Frequent Visitor Kieran_1980
Frequent Visitor

(D)azzling Drop Dead Gorgeous Dandenong Ranges!!
(A)wesome
(N)atural
(D)istinctive
(E)legant
(N)on-Polluted
(O)utstandingly Original
(N)ever-Failing
(G)odsend
(R)omantic
(A)mazing
(N)ostalgic
(G)orgeous
(E)xcellent
(S)cenic Sacred Space like Heaven!!

Frequent Visitor Leopard
Frequent Visitor

From Sydney to, the capital of Outback NSW, Broken Hill.

Frequent Visitor littleneedle
Frequent Visitor

If I could road trip this Christmas anywhere in Australia it would be to visit our friends who have moved to Tasmania.  We've never been and would love it.

Visitor JoelC_
Visitor

I'd road trip to Spain for the food and drinks but not sure how practical this is.

Frequent Visitor Gabser
Frequent Visitor

Up the West Coast stopping off at all the stunning beaches all the way from Albany to Darwin.

Visitor JenAmb
Visitor

From Rocky to Brisbane to visit family and then down to Melbourne to escape the hot Queensland summer! 🌞☃️

New Contributor Chantelle94
New Contributor

Road trip from Riverina to Sydney then cruise to the South Pacific islands, white sand blue oceans amazing culture.

New Contributor Carbon
New Contributor

Tour all the Riverland towns along the MurrayRiver from SA to NSW

Visitor Ambri
Visitor

Would love to conquer the 1660km long Eyre Highway from South Australia to Western Australia via the Nullabor Plain! 🛣🚗

Super Contributor
Super Contributor

From Melbourne to Canberra and then Sydney - to visit our friends and relatives, as Christmas is a great time to reconnect and have fun!

Visitor Jonesy24
Visitor

Road trip home to NSW to see family for Xmas

Frequent Visitor HamishPike1
Frequent Visitor

To a beach where there is cold beer, surf for the kids and plenty of sun for family fun

Occasional Contributor Mooch
Occasional Contributor

From Brisbane up to the top of Uluru. Christmas would be great up there!

New Contributor rman
New Contributor

The quickest road out of Melbourne would be a great road trip, at least then the traffic would move

Frequent Visitor Guysta
Frequent Visitor

I would roadtrip to Tasmania to escape the heat and get as close to a white Christmas as possible!

Frequent Visitor minggaofu
Frequent Visitor

Melbourne to visit family

Occasional Visitor sargon_issa
Occasional Visitor

I am a uber driver and travel a lot and many people want 4g so if I could win this for Christmas my customers would be very happy

 

Frequent Visitor Georgia7
Frequent Visitor

I'm already road tripping to visit my parents in country NSW. Wouldn't miss Christmas at home for the world! 

Visitor ren_90x
Visitor

Newcastle to Gold Coast, country there and coastal back! Summer lovin' road trip to heaven on earth!

Member deevajo
Member

Can I roadtrip Europe or Canada... somewhere cold??? I'd love to experience a white christmas!

Occasional Visitor Anuradha
Occasional Visitor

On the scenic route of the great ocean road 

Frequent Contributor
Frequent Contributor

A camping tour from Alice Springs down to Adelaide

Visitor Basel
Visitor

somewhere that may have snow or Christmas spirit

Occasional Visitor AnaOb
Occasional Visitor
I would like to go to Esperance, Western Australia to see the Pink Lake.
Contributor Rubofthegreen
Contributor

I would take a Trip to Port Macquarie on the NSW coast to visit my Dad for Xmas

Visitor Jules76
Visitor

I would take a road trip along the stunning great ocean road and show my boys Melbourne 

New Contributor Dumbo469
New Contributor
To Kiama for a wedding. Hang on that's exactly what I'm doing.
New Contributor roadwarrior
New Contributor

if I could road trip this holidays I would go from the Hunter Valley NSW to Cairns to see the Great Barrier Reef

Frequent Visitor Asher666
Frequent Visitor

I'd go to Newcastle; home of the Henny Penny fast-food chain.

New Contributor Brestep
New Contributor

Blue Mountains. It's my favourite location and amazing

Visitor hnguyenec
Visitor

Gold Coast, my kids would love the games

Frequent Visitor Sam_Aarika
Frequent Visitor

From Sydney to Goldcoast with family in Mazda because it says Zoom Zoom... 😛

New Member hweita
New Member
Driving to Fraser Island would be amazing
Occasional Visitor Topus
Occasional Visitor

Sydney to The Entrance - to see the pelicans!

Frequent Visitor lauren31
Frequent Visitor

Bells Beach in Victoria, so hopefilly I can see Santa catching a wave ! 

Occasional Contributor luapbarb
Occasional Contributor

Anywhere because you know, ROAD TRIP!!!!!

Frequent Visitor Annybaobao33
Frequent Visitor

Byron Bay for sure!!!

Frequent Visitor Annybaobao33
Frequent Visitor

(Pls Ignore the previous entry as I didn’t say the reason.) Byron Bay for sure!!! — to visit my old friends and simply enjoy the beach and views 

New Member JULLLY
New Member

up north to see my extended family. 6hours drive towards the fire effected areas near lowmead.

Visitor TheCoroner
Visitor

Phillip Island, because I'm new to Vic and I have never been.

Rent a little beach side cottage, through airbnb...spend a couple of days, soaking in the serenity, and the sights, then chill out on the beach under the stars with my fella

Member r1c3box
Member

Perth to Melbourne across the Nullabor to catch up with all my eastern states mates!

Frequent Visitor blue15
Frequent Visitor

To Perth to spend Christmas with all my family who i haven't seen for a while.

Occasional Visitor Brenton92
Occasional Visitor

Adelaide, to see all my family.

Frequent Visitor Machaon
Frequent Visitor

Central coast to hit up all the beaches

Member namzrock
Member

Very few people in country go to see Lord Howe Island, Great sense of community, which is only heightened on this special day.

Frequent Visitor sibbu
Frequent Visitor

The beautiful Blue Mountains, only a short drive from Sydney, and so heavenly and reinvigorating.

 

Frequent Visitor annabelleluu
Frequent Visitor

I'd take a nice drive to Hyams Beach! It looks so perfect and picturesque.

Visitor kEvIn0hsEvEn
Visitor

any where that have snow

Frequent Visitor Patchirajan
Frequent Visitor

Will go to Monkey Mia this christmas for kids to watch dolphins

Visitor azzychill
Visitor

All of the nordic states, Sweden, Denmark etc... Head to Lapland and see Reindeer

Visitor jonafun
Visitor

PERTH! To see the great blue beaches

Frequent Visitor photonmoo
Frequent Visitor

Rural Vic to Queensland, take the family to the theme parks

Occasional Contributor RobertsClan
Occasional Contributor

Perth to Cape York! My partner and I have always wanted to take our family on a 4wd trip! Family bonding time 🙂 

Frequent Visitor Trids
Frequent Visitor

Currently have a road trip planned for the East coast of Tasmania, would love to have internet for some cosy movie watching! 

Occasional Contributor robhing06
Occasional Contributor

Travel between Torquay to Apollo Bay, as you won’t be at a loss for activities. A round trip to the Twelve Apostles and back can be done in just a few days and you’ll get in plenty of beach time.

New Contributor Kynan
New Contributor

I would road trip to Melbourne with the boys to see the Boxing Day Test Match against India!

Occasional Visitor Princess78
Occasional Visitor

Brissy to Rocky to visit my husband's widowed aunt. She would love the company. 

Member Dale1987
Member

To victor harbour Sa to see my Nan, being a apprentice I don’t have the cash to do a lot but would love to spend some time with her 

New Contributor Moneyc
New Contributor

The great ocean road! Not too hot, plenty of camping sites and world class beaches. 

Occasional Visitor Leo1508
Occasional Visitor

Melbourne with my wife and son. Back to the place where I used to study in 2011. It just feel like yesterday.

New Contributor Hawko
New Contributor

My bestie and I used to point at a map and drive.  Then try and get home without a melway or GPS. So anywhere!!

New Contributor Gigi67
New Contributor

Brisbane, I would be travelling from Perth across the country because that is where my family is!

New Contributor Caro1
New Contributor

We road trip every Christmas we live in the country so visit family and celebrate at Christmas (wonder if it would work here) Please 

Occasional Contributor TonyMinards
Occasional Contributor

I'd go on a road trip to Esperance WA and relax in Cape Le Grand National Park.

Frequent Visitor pwmb
Frequent Visitor

I drive up to Alice Springs and have a nice look aroung the Red Center, to vind out about "The Outback"

New Contributor jigenshrestha
New Contributor

Go to great ocean road as i have never been further to the end.

New Contributor RickG
New Contributor

Lucky Bay, living in the desert really makes me miss water

Occasional Visitor chele
Occasional Visitor

Just love a road trip - I think a tri Mebourne to Perth and check out the coastline where possible.

Visitor ES79
Visitor

Sydney to Mildura and back... 

New Contributor Quin
New Contributor

To Perth, for the One Day International at the new Optus Stadium

Visitor Wanted
Visitor

Road trip the length of the QLD coast in memory of my father who passed on Chrismas Day and always drove us on holidays up and down the QLD coast.

Visitor Ozzbike
Visitor

A family road trip from Brisbane to Melbourne....streaming Spotify on the Pacific Highway.

Frequent Visitor pjhaynes
Frequent Visitor

Margaret River, love family holidays there!

Frequent Visitor V1King
Frequent Visitor

The Kimberlys. Quiet, beautiful, far away from everywhere. On my bucket list.

Occasional Visitor lakeef
Occasional Visitor

Anywhere,as long as it is with my wife and grandchildren to have a great time

Visitor typhi
Visitor

Jervis Bay. THe national park is just the best and beaches are so fresh with fine sand. 

Visitor cbram12
Visitor

Road trip along the great ocean road! Love the scenery and the feeling of absolute bliss. 

New Contributor MUCross
New Contributor

I'd head to Dubbo. See my mates.

Visitor Jamai2hux
Visitor

From WA to SYD. To say you've driven from one side of Australia to the other is a tick off my bucket list

Frequent Visitor phrolop
Frequent Visitor

I would take the family to cooktown because that’s where my grandfather met my grandmother and he’s been down lately so it will be a good present for him to reminisce his youth and see what they made together. 

New Contributor djharp
New Contributor

Perth to darwin to Adelaide to Perth....why not?

New Contributor Rogerdy
New Contributor

we would like to go to the goldcoast

 

Frequent Visitor Amraklve
Frequent Visitor

To anywhere the family, food and good times belong. Isnt that what xmas is about?!?