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How do I get a Free Cuppa?

Free Cuppa is an incentive program to encourage drivers to take the time to arrive alive. To be eligible for a free cup of coffee or tea, drivers will need to produce their driver’s licence to staff at participating businesses to show they have a town/postcode of residence that’s not excluded. One cup of coffee or tea is available to be provided per vehicle, per day, per town.

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Free Cuppa for the Driver

Free Cuppa for the Driver may have concluded with prize draws last week, see below, however if you are a business in the Western or South West Region of NSW who would like to lodge your early expression of interest to participate next year, then go to www.freecuppa.com.au and follow the 'Become a 2018 Free Cuppa provider' link and sign up, we'll follow up with you in October 2017.Deputy Mayor of Leeton Shire Council, Clr George Weston joined some members of the Free Cuppa for the Driver team on Thursday 15 June 2017 at the Leeton Visitors Centre to draw the winners of the 2017 Free Cuppa for the Driver campaign.

Congratulations to the following prize winners:

1. Jessie Luchetti of Lithgow, NSW

Jessie is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's driver's prize. Jessie has won an Ipad and accessories. Jessie entered the prize draw at Poolside Cafe, Parkes.

2. Pilliga Café at Pilliga

The Pilliga Cafe is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's participating business prize and has won a voucher to the value of $300.

3. David Gee

David is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's selfie competition. David enjoyed a free cuppa at Café’ Cassaro, Balranald and has won fuel vouchers to the value of $200.
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Free Cuppa for the Driver may have concluded with prize draws last week, see below, however if you are a business in the Western or South West Region of NSW who would like to lodge your early expression of interest to participate next year, then go to www.freecuppa.com.au and follow the Become a 2018 Free Cuppa provider link and sign up, well follow up with you in October 2017.

Congratulations to the following prize winners:

1. Jessie Luchetti of Lithgow, NSW

Jessie is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's driver's prize. Jessie has won an Ipad and accessories. Jessie entered the prize draw at Poolside Cafe, Parkes.

2. Pilliga Café at Pilliga

The Pilliga Cafe is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's participating business prize and has won a voucher to the value of $300.

3. David Gee

David is the winner of the 'Free Cuppa for the Driver' scheme's selfie competition. David enjoyed a free cuppa at Café’ Cassaro, Balranald and has won fuel vouchers to the value of $200.

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The winning entries were drawn from the barrel on Thursday 15 June 2017 at 10am at the Leeton Visitor Centre, 10 Yanco Avenue Leeton NSW 2705.
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Today is the last day to get yourself a Free Cuppa for the Driver!

Located on the outskirts of Leeton, Yanco Family Hotel can dish up a great pub meal while you enjoy your Free Cuppa for the Driver.

1 Main Avenue, Yanco
Ph: 02 6955 7253

Opening Hours:
Everyday 11am - 10pm
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Today is the last day to get yourself a Free Cuppa for the Driver! 

Located on the outskirts of Leeton, Yanco Family Hotel can dish up a great pub meal while you enjoy your Free Cuppa for the Driver. 

1 Main Avenue, Yanco
Ph: 02 6955 7253

Opening Hours:
Everyday 11am - 10pm

Situated in the heart of Wee Waa, the Wee Waa Bowling Club is the perfect place to grab your Free Cuppa and enjoy a beautiful Chinese or Australian meal in the Club's restaurant.

69 Alma Street, Wee Waa
Ph: 02 6795 4401

Opening hours:
Everyday 11am - 10pm
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Situated in the heart of Wee Waa, the Wee Waa Bowling Club is the perfect place to grab your Free Cuppa and enjoy a beautiful Chinese or Australian meal in the Clubs restaurant. 

69 Alma Street, Wee Waa
Ph: 02 6795 4401

Opening hours:
Everyday 11am - 10pm

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