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On Sunday, 2 June 2024, hundreds of Bluey-loving Aussies came together in the Heeler’s home state of Queensland, Australia and set a record for the world’s biggest game of Keepy Uppy – for real life!

Spanning an almost 2,000km playing field, 702 players across Queensland took part in an epic version of one of the Heeler’s favourite games and have officially set the world record for the ‘Biggest Game of Keepy Uppy Played Simultaneously Across The Greatest Geographical Distance‘.

Adjudicators from The Australian Book of Records oversaw three official games played simultaneously at Brisbane’s South Bank, the Gold Coast’s sparkling shores of Main Beach and Cairns Esplanade, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. And they did it! Queensland has officially established themselves in the record books as Keepy Uppy champs.

And while this record-breaking game may be over, you can visit the place where it happened (and a few other hotspots) as Queensland is offering one lucky family the chance to WIN a fancy family holiday in Queensland!

WIN A fancy family HOLIDAY TO queensland!

Please note, this competition is only open to residents of Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, United Kingdom, Singapore & Japan.

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