WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR - VOLUME 2
If you've been to an adventure film tour or festival before, you'll know that the vibe is seriously amazing.
The room is electric with stoke and passion and you leave so inspired that you might as well leave immediately for that expedition you've always dreamt of.
This Saturday (1st September 2018), Volume 2 of the Aussie Women's Adventure Film Tour kicks off in the Blue Mountains before touring all over the country with over 30 screenings.
There will be 12 short films celebrating women's achievements in high lining, expedition motorcycling, mountaineering, snowboarding, skiing, swimming, cycling, paragliding and climbing.
Here's your chance to win a double pass to your nearest screening
We are giving away 10 double passes to celebrate this 2nd year of the Women's Adventure Film Tour.
All you have to do is complete the below form.
Winners will be drawn via a random generator on Friday 31 August 2018, in time for the premiere weekend in the Blue Mountains
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