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To celebrate the launch of the evian Live Young campaign in Australia, LifeStyle YOU and evian are giving you the chance to win one of three incredible Live Young Backyard Packs worth $489 each!
The packs are filled to the brim with everything you need to get out into the backyard and indulge your inner child!
Each Live Young pack includes:
This September evian is inviting Sydney-siders to revisit their youth and play like a kid with the launch of the evian Live Young Backyard. The giant backyard will be erected at Martin Place and iconic Bondi Beach featuring an oversized Hills Hoist clothesline that adults will be able to swing off - safe in the knowledge that you won’t be told off by Mum!
The enormous Live Young Backyard will be unveiled at Martin Place on Wednesday, September 25th from 6am until 3pm. It will then move to Bondi Beach opposite Roscoe St Mall on Campbell Parade on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September from 8am to 5pm.
Visit evian.facebookcampaign.com.au for further details.
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