WINNERS: Win One Of Three AncestryDNA Kits

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Congratulations to the three winners in our latest travel competition where you could win one of three AncestryDNA Kits, and a great coffee table book, with a total value of $447! The first prize winner is Lisa Lazzaroni of Manly, NSW, and the two runner up winners are Julie Walker of Blue Mountains, NSW, and Anna Barguirdjian of Mosman, NSW.

The first prize is:

An AncestryDNA Kit valued at $129 and a copy of Explore Australia 2019 (Hardie Grant) valued at $60

The two secondary prizes are:

An AncestryDNA Kit valued at $129 each

To be in the running, all you have to do is fill in the form below, and tell us what year the Spanish Armada in Ireland took place, and in 25 words or less which country you would love to have in your DNA results and why.

You’ll find the answer to the question in our AncestryDNA Kit review here.

As always, this competition is open only to subscribers of's e-newsletter; if you're not a subscriber you'll have to sign up first (don't worry your details will be kept safe and not passed on or sold to third parties) but you will be kept up to date regularly with new competitions as they launch, and more!

Click here to read our general terms and conditions, and those specific to this competition.


This competition is NOW CLOSED.


Travel Competition - Win An AncestryDNA Kit









  • 5

    Posted by Nataliya Mohebbi on 9th Jan 2019

    I would love to have Ukraine in my DNA results as this is my beloved home country.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2019

    I would like to find out more of my family tree and find new relatives.,

  • 5

    Posted by Anna on 9th Jan 2019

    I would most like it to narrow down my roots, I know I am German, French, Irish, Lithuanian, and British however I know there is more.

  • 4
    who am i

    Posted by Bearman on 9th Jan 2019

    Wonder if I am related to someone great from the past and if there is a family fortune to be piced up

  • 5

    Posted by David on 9th Jan 2019

    Had a test some time ago but would like independent confirmation, although my family trees suggest German origins, none showed up in previous test.

  • 5
    Romantic DNA Lineage

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2019

    As an anglo-saxon Australian, I'm keen to understand my ancestral roots and would like to confirm suspiscions of viking DNA.

  • 5
    Finding Home

    Posted by Den on 9th Jan 2019

    I have been researching my history and Germany with a hint of Switzerland

  • 4
    Mystery DNA

    Posted by Grandma Carol on 7th Jan 2019

    I would love to trace my ancestors. It wasn't until I was older ( 19) and my grandpa passed when I was about 7 that I found out he was not my bio grandpa. I would love to know my heritage so I can pass it on to my grand daughters (16 & 15) and my grandson (12) . There are so many unanswered questions .

  • 5
    Curious to know my heritage

    Posted by Tamela Schuh Andrews on 7th Jan 2019

    I don't know to much about my heritage. I love different cultures though. I love history and archaeology! I'm hoping I have some ancient ancestors in Egypt, France and Mayans. Wishful thinking you guys are the best! good luck everyone!