Jetstar Australia is running a competition that will see one lucky Aussie win free flights for a year and includes both domestic and international destinations.

The competition is dubbed ‘Golden Ticket Togs’ and entrants will have to spot the Golden Ticket Togs, a pair of swimming trunks embellished with 14-karat gold. The person who spots the flashy swimmers and takes the most creative photo with them will win free Jetstar flights for a year, including 12 return flights to any domestic beach and six international return flights for themselves and a friend.

The Golden Ticket Togs will be paraded at Catani Gardens Beach in St Kilda, Melbourne on Saturday 11 March from 10am to 12pm and at the Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club in Bondi Beach, Sydney on Sunday 12 March from 10am to 12pm. Those who can’t make it to these locations can still enter the competition by taking a photo with Golden Ticket Togs posters or billboards and uploading it to their Instagram stories, tagging @JetstarAustralia and using the hashtag #TheGoldenTicketTogs.

With over 15,000 beaches to choose from, the winner of the competition will have the opportunity to explore the best coastlines across Australia and abroad.

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The golden ticket  speedos will be making their way around the country, and are scheduled to appear on the following dates:

Thursday, 9th March, 2023

Launceston: City Park, 9am – 5pm

Friday, 10th March, 2023

Darwin: Darwin Waterfront Precinct, 9am – 1pm

Saturday, 11th March, 2023

Melbourne: Catani Gardens beach, St Kilda, 10am-12pm

Sunday, 12th March, 2023

Sydney: Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club, Bondi Beach, 10am-12pm

Monday, 13th March, 2023

Canberra: Lake Burley Griffin, 9am – 5pm

Tuesday, 14th March, 2023

Adelaide: Adelaide Oval, 9am – 5pm

Wednesday, 15th March, 2023

Perth: City Beach, 9am – 5pm

Thursday, 16th March, 2023

Gold Coast: Pelican Beach Boat Ramp 9am – 5pm

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