Dubbo residents have the chance to spend the first day of September with one of the 2019 Married At First Sight favourites, Mick Gould, in Sydney for as little as a $10.
The renowned, country-loving, larrikin farmer knows the severe impact drought has had on many Australian farmers all too well and has teamed up with 'Hang with A Star' to help raise funds for Rural Aid, all while making one lucky person, and their mates dream come true.
To be eligible to win go to HangWithaStar.com and donate, for as little as $10, to Mick's charity of choice, Rural Aid.
Rural Aid, established in 2015, has been working tirelessly to help make a difference, with initiatives like, 'Buy a Bale', 'Farm Rescue' and 'Farm Army', and are assisting real farming families by undertaking community activities, offering financial assistance, mental health counselling and volunteer programs.
The lucky person and their friend will be flown to Sydney, with the experience beginning with lunch, and commencing with a boat party on the Sydney Harbour.
The prize includes return airfares for two, accommodation in a four-star hotel, an exclusive lunch with Mr Gould, where you will be able to get yourself some Married At First sight insider gossip, and VIP tickets to the boat party.
"I know first hand that so many farmers are doing it really tough, and I know many farmers put their cattle before themselves," Gould said.
"If I can help in a small way by raising funds to provide their cattle with food, I'll be thrilled, and hopefully some of the funds raised through this campaign can even put fresh food in their fridges."
Gould said the winners would no doubt have an absolutely fantastic day on the harbour with him, with a lot of laughs. Considering his marriage to fellow Married at First Sight contestant, Jessika Power, flopped, the right girl may even have the chance to win the down-to-earth Aussie bloke's heart.
"I'm back ladies; back on the market, back on the farm," Gould said in a video posted on channel Nine's official website.
All you have to do is be " "the opposite of Jessika Power.
The experience will be an opportunity for the winner to pose for selfies with the star and get some insight into the behind-the-scenes of the iconic reality show.
Rural Aid, General Manager, Wayne Thomson said they are "thrilled" to be involved with Mr Gould.
"We feel so lucky that Mick and Hang With a Star have teamed up to lend their support to raise awareness and funds which assist farmers who are struggling emotionally and financially".