SOAKING IT UP: Kellie, Corey and Zac Stephenson must be some of the luckiest travellers in Australia.
SOAKING IT UP: Kellie, Corey and Zac Stephenson must be some of the luckiest travellers in Australia.

Holiday winners stop by

AFTER 89 days on the road, the Stephenson family dropped in for happy hour at Coffs Harbour this week as part of a $35,000 prize won as part of the Follow the Sun campaign.

Parents Kellie, Corey and son Zac entered a competition by leisure equipment company Dometic and were lucky enough to beat 8000 other entrants to win a three-month trip and a makeover of their caravan.

The family from Charters Waters in northern Queensland started their trip in Brisbane on August 1, before winding their way through Victoria, South Australia, ACT and New South Wales.

They dropped in to Park Beach Holiday Park and celebrated their trip with a free event on Wednesday.

"As a family we get the opportunity to do more of what we really love - travelling, enjoying the great outdoors and meeting new people - all while using products we really believe in," Mrs Stephenson said.

While enjoying the free drinks and nibbles, the family met local residents and fellow travellers to share stories from their adventure so far, and show off their newly renovated vehicles.

The epic trip, designed to showcase Dometic's products and some of the great travel destinations around the country, finished yesterday on the Gold Coast.



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