If all things boats, engineering and design takes your kids fancy, now’s the time to get them to show off their skills with SeaLink’s ‘Design a Ferry of the Future’ competition, with the chance to win one of ten family trips!
In time for the school holidays, SeaLink have launched the ferry design competition to encourage South Australian primary and secondary school students to draw up their dream ferry of the future.
Kids are encouraged to get as creative, tech savvy or as innovative as they like for their chance at one of the ten big prizes.
Enter as an individual to go in the running for a return ferry fare for four to Kangaroo Island, with your car and including two nights’ accommodation in a 2-bedroom villa right by the seafront at Penneshaw. For any KI based winners, they’ll be able to head to the mainland for a stay at Adelaide’s new Crowne Plaza Hotel in one of their twin superior rooms.
School groups (of up to four) are encouraged to enter for a chance at a return ferry fare for four to KI for each participant.
Primary-aged kids can let their imaginations run wild! Think ferries with waterslides, side shows, a helipad and more – the possibilities are endless!
Older students are encouraged to get their STEM game on and look at how they can show more eco-friendly ferry transport solutions and showing sustainable practises.
SeaLink has been connecting SA’s mainland to KI since 1989, with up to twelve ferry services a day running each way through peak periods.
It’s just a 45-minute crossing from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw and for families travelling between the 11th October to the 10th December 2021, kids can travel for free, making KI a top spring travel destination for the whole family. To be eligible for this offer, you must book before the 1st December 2021.
So, if the kids need something to do over the school holidays, get out the pencils, crayons, or computer design programs and get their creativity on!
Hurry! Competition closes 5pm, 15th October 2021.
To find out more and to get your entry form head to the SeaLink website.