NEWS

OVER $3000 CASH & PRIZES TO BE WON WITH WATERMELON MOMENTS! FINAL MONTH!

(WEEK 10 WINNERS announced below)

$100 CASH for best photo and $100 CASH for best video + vouchers up for grabs EACH WEEK!
Photo and Video Prize winners will be entered as finalists in the running to win $1500 cash each start of April 2019

WEEK 11: 18th-24th March 2019 FINAL 2 WEEKS!

IT’S EASY TO ENTER – ENTRIES ACCEPTED BY EMAIL:

Step 1) Take a photo OR video of a Person or People having a Watermelon Moment. Something with personality, humour, love, laughter or a landmark.
Step 2) Post it to our page OR EMAIL to info@bigwatermelon.com.au by Sunday 6pm to be entered into this week.

Keep emailed video files small. Anything larger than 20MB may not get through.

(Tip: judges prefer something creative, with people, and not just pets or salads and sculptures 😉 )

Judges may select random $20 voucher winners weekly.

Note: any submissions, photos or videos, may be watermarked and posted up across our social media platforms.

#watermelonmoment

***WEEK 10 WINNERS***
[Prizes must be claimed in person by Sunday 24-3-2019]

$100 CASH PRIZES:

Video: Teresa Leung

Judges couldn’t decide so 2 x $100 cash prizes have been awarded this week to 2 Watermelon Moment Photos!

Photo: Emily Liu
Jaimee Stack‎

Congratulations! To claim – ask for Tom or Mickey

$20 VOUCHERS:

Ben Sherman
Dalibor Zubic
Gerry Mulholland
‎Lacinda Ellis‎
Marina Low-Teoh‎
Maryanne Wilson‎
Myle Du
Reshma Khan
Sharon Short
Vera Leong
Viet Anh Doan
yun zhang

To claim – let the cashiers know you’re a Watermelon Moments Voucher winner when you check out by the claim deadline. Thanks for your submission


Ail Violet – French Garlic now available

Ail Violet - French Garlic

Valued for it’s mild and fragrant flavour, it’s in-store now and not just for French Gourmet Chefs!


New Sweet Ava Apple (White Pink Lady)

Sweet Ava Apples from Big Watermelon

The year is 2009, and on an apple orchard in Shepparton, a farmer discovers a pleasantly coloured lime-green fruit on a particular limb of a Pink Lady tree.

Oddly it did not take on the red-pink colours of the other fruit. It had a similar texture to Pink Lady but a bit sweeter and was given the name “Sweet Ava”.

Since grafting and producing the initial trees, there are now 100 Sweet Ava trees all grown in Victoria.

Try it and let us know what you think!


Pure Young Manuka Honey

Big Watermelon-Pure Young Manuka Honey

Pure Young Manuka Honey is sourced from Northern NSW and Queensland. The MGO rating is a globally recognised system of measurement of the anti-bacterial activity of Manuka Honey