She has been announced the lucky Douglas and Daintree’s (TPDD) ’Digital Detox’ competition.
Ms Baudienville and a companion of her choice will now travel to Tropical North Queensland where they will spend three indulgent nights at Daintree Eco Lodge with breakfast included, along with dinner for two at Julaymba Restaurant, and two one-hour massage treatments.
They will receive $1000 towards airfares and transfers as well as have the opportunity to experience zip lining with Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours, sea kayaking with Paddle Trek, snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef with Ocean Safari, a Daintree river cruise with Solar Whisper Cruises and entry to the Daintree Discovery Centre.
Ms Baudienville was nominated by her friend, Jayde Fairley who believed she deserved an escape away from technology and to enjoy the oldest living rainforest on the planet.
“Heloise needs a digital detox because it is her life, she works at a web design company and loves nothing more than to get away from technology…let’s give her a break,” she said on the entry.
The online competition was designed to highlight the unique diversity of the Daintree Rainforest – a world heritage listed site and one of the major drawcards of the Douglas Region alongside the Great Barrier Reef.
TTPD executive officer Tara Bennett said the competition was a huge success with with more than 180,000 impressions across the organisation’s digital assets as well as Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ).
“Ms Baudienville has won the chance of a lifetime with her itinerary a truly one-off nature-based experience. We hope she is throughly detoxed after her visit.
“We would like to thank the operators who have helped to make this possible,” Ms Bennett added.
The Daintree Rainforest is one of the oldest rainforests on the planet and is one of the icons of the Douglas region. It spans over a total of 1200 square kilometres and is the only natural wonder in the world to meet another – The Great Barrier Reef.