Win a Trip to the Australian Open of Surfing at the US Open

If you happen to be in the Huntington Beach, CA area this weekend, do yourself a favor and check out all the fun happenings at the US Open of Surfing.

As you enjoy the great weather, competition, music and fashion, make sure you stop by the Center Stage for fun events hosted by Destination New South Wales, including the Vegemite eating contest and the Best Manly Mustache contest. You may just win an amazing 5-night trips to New South Wales in February!

Huntington Beach’s sister city, Manly Beach in NSW, Australia will hold its own Open of Surfing (AOS) February 8-14, 2014. The tourism board, Destination NSW, is hosting interactive events as part of promotions, including a trip for two to attend the AOS, including return economy airfares with Qantas, 5-nights’ accommodation in Manly, and VIP Passes to the AOS.

Andrew Smith, Chief Funster, New South Wales, Australia

To participate in the Best Mustache contest, stop by one of the Vans Off the Wall Pass locations or the Destination NSW photo booth and take a ‘BE Manly’ shot in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour (donning real or faux muscles) – and share your photo on social media with designated hashtags. The winner will be selected in a random drawing.

“With everyone enjoying the amazing surfing, skating, music and fashion action at the US Open of Surfing, it’s a great time to start preparing for the Australian Open of Surfing at Sydney’s Manly Beach in February 2014,” said Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer Sandra Chipchase. “Manly Beach is one of the ultimate surfing destinations in the world and a trip to the Australian Open of Surfing is a great way to experience our unique surfing culture and our incredible surf beaches along the coast of New South Wales.”

Destination NSW ‘BE Manly’ Contest Details

Saturday, July 27 at 12 p.m : Vegemite Eating Contest at USOS Center Stage
Sunday, July 28 at 12 p.m: Best Manly Mustache Contest at USOS Center Stage

Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

Feature Image: LA Times
Secondary Image: Facebook, Chief Funster