Want to find out why everything is bigger in Texas? Well buckle up cowboys and cowgirls, find out the lucky winner of the United Airlines and Travel Texas competition!

In celebration of the 1 year anniversary of United Airlines direct route between Sydney and Houston, the competition in partnership with Travel Texas is giving the winner the chance to experience the very best of southern hospitality.

The lucky travel advisor and their plus one will be jetting off with return United Airlines flights and 7 nights accommodation in Houston and San Antonio.

With included experiences in both Houston and San Antonio, you’ll discover the very best of this great state.

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From exploring the fabulous museums district in Houston to channelling your inner Davy Crockett with a visit to the Alamo in San Antonio, there’s so much to discover.

Take in the big culture, the natural wonders and indulge in some tasty delights – with an abundance of culinary options to suit any taste!

All you had to do to enter and be in the chance to win was  to tell us 3 things that excite you most about flying to Texas with United Airlines. That’s it…no ticket sales, no modules, it was that easy to enter!

So who is the lucky winner? Drum roll….

Congratulations Candice Holt from Toorak Village Travel & Cruise! You and a plus one will off on the Ultimate Texas Trip!

For everyone that entered but didn’t win, you can still experience all the amazing things Texas has to offer with United Airlines offering nonstop services from Sydney to Houston.

Start your journey on a Boeing Dreamliner 787–9 with all seats having access to power outlets and customers can enjoy satellite–based WiFi throughout their journey.

United also makes it super easy to continue exploring the rest of Texas and the rest of America with convenient connections.

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To find out more about United Airlines visit their website here.

If you would like to discover the best experiences to offer clients headed to Texas, click here.

What is your favourite thing about Texas?