Prize draw terms and conditions and prize winners

2021 ACT Education Directorate – Survey of 2020 school Leavers (May-Jun 2021)

Method of entry: Entry is open to respondents of the ACT School leaver survey. To enter, those invited to complete the ACT School leaver survey must complete the survey online at www.srcentre.com.au/schoolsurvey.

Entry into the Prize Draw is open to all those who complete the survey online by 11.59 pm AEST 11 June 2021.

Duration of entry period: The entry period for inclusion in the Prize Draw is from 19 May 2021 to 11 June 2021.

Details of prizes and prize values: The entry drawn in the Prize Draw will receive a prepaid VISA gift card. This item is valued at AUD $1,000. The total value of the prize pool is AUD $1,000.

Date, time and place of draw: The Prize Draw will be conducted at 12:00 pm AEST on 14 June 2021. All draws will be conducted at Level 5, 350 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000. The winner will be identified through a random computer-generated draw.

Publication of winner names: The winner will be notified by telephone or email. The first initial and surname of the winner will be published on 14 June 2021 on www.srcentre.com.au/schoolsurveydraw.

Traders name and address: The trader is the Social Research Centre Pty Ltd, Level 5, 350 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000. ABN: 91096153212

Unclaimed prize draw: If any prizes are unclaimed by 14 September 2021, an unclaimed prize draw will take place at 12:00 pm on 15 September 2021 at the above address. The winner will be notified by telephone or email. The first initial and surname of the winner will be published on 15 September 2021 on www.srcentre.com.au/schoolsurveydraw.

Privacy: Contact details will only be collected and retained by “the Trader” for the purposes of the prize draw only and will not be released or used for any other purpose. Except for the announcement of the winning entries, all confidentiality will be retained and records in relation to the draw will be destroyed within State and Commonwealth Government requirements.

Prize winner

J. Thomas.