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The Renovation Apprentice contest

If you have a knack for seeing the potential in a fixer-upper, giving your garden a make-over, flipping homes or restoring furniture, then you could be in with a chance to win the Renovation College’s Renovation Apprentice contest.



First prize is valued at $5,500 and includes a renovation mentor and a six-week online course.


Your personal renovation mentor

The competition winner will receive a year of mentoring along with a six-week online course called “The 5 Rules of Renovation” – at a total prize value of $5,500.

A second prize will be awarded to the best social media post, with the winner receiving an online renovation course valued at $2750.

“We want to spotlight Australians with big ideas who are tackling renovations, and achieving amazing renovations, often with small budgets, plus give another lucky winner the chance to win a copy of the course too,” said Cathy Morrissey, founder of The Renovation College.

To enter, all you have to do is submit a before and after photo of a room, garden or a piece of furniture that you have transformed or renovated since January 2016.



The Renovation Apprentice competition closes November 30 at 5pm AEDT, with the winner announced on December 3.


Will you be Australia’s next DIY make-over king or queen?

Australian residents in all eligible states and territories who fulfill the entry requirements and are at least 18 years of age are permitted to enter. Submissions will be accepted until November 30, 2016 at 5:00pm AEDT and a winner announced on December 7, 2016.

To enter The Renovation Apprentice, click here.



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Veda Dante

Veda Dante is an accomplished journalist, consultant and content creator who has nearly 30 years’ experience writing about everything from tourism, hospitality and health to architecture, pools and luxury goods. When she’s not producing copy for clients, this self-confessed word nerd is usually writing and photographing the Byron Bay region for her blog

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