The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation is a proud partner of Mater Foundation Brisbane—enabling our generous supporters the chance to win a life-changing, luxury prize home.
Our past winners have picked up the keys to spectacular homes located on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast in Queensland, as well as Sydney and Melbourne. Each luxurious, fully furnished prize home comes with outstanding additional prizes. Past prizes included jet skis, gold bullion, sports boats, travel vouchers and more!
If buying just one ticket isn’t enough, you can purchase a book of tickets and go in the draw to win up to $60,000 worth of bonus prizes. This means that every lottery you will increase your chances of winning, and if you are the lucky winner you walk away with a new home and its additional prizes, PLUS the bonus prize matching your book value.
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Providing healthcare to over half a million people each year and housing the largest epilepsy unit in New South Wales, the Prince of Wales Hospital also provides a specialised acute spinal cord injury unit and life-saving surgical theatres.
In Brisbane, Mater’s state-of-the-art medical research teams are constantly striving for breakthroughs in the fields of cancer, neonatal care, diabetes and beyond—working around the clock to improve the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting everyday Australians.
Your generous support of the Mater Prize Home lottery allows the outstanding healthcare professionals and medical researchers at Prince of Wales Hospital and Mater Brisbane to change the lives of those in our community who need our support— from cancer patients and those with spinal injuries, to premature babies and their mothers.