The Mystery Sound of Adelaide. A brand new sound from an iconic Adelaide location.
What is it?
Where is it?
We play the Mystery Sound Of Adelaide twice each weekday - after 7am in Breakfast and then again after 5pm during the drive home.
So listen to Cruise 1323 at work, at home or in the car for your chance to identify that new sound and see if you can join the growing list of big winners. Good luck!
The cash jackpot for Mystery Sound is now up to $1050
Incorrect guesses so far:
- Turnstiles at Adelaide Oval
- Turnstiles gates at Adelaide Railway Station
- Dropping a token into the entry gate at the SA Museum special exhibitions
- Unlocking the gates to the tunnels under the Treasury building
- Picking up the receiver & putting coins into a payphone.
- Hooking up the horses to the Granite Island dray at Victor Harbour.
- Un-padlocking the turnstiles at Adelaide Oval.
- Putting coins in ‘The Bunyip’ at Murray Bridge.
- Opening the gates of the River Torrens weir.
- Switching the tracks at Adelaide Railway station.
- Turnstile at the Showgrounds.
- Closing the metal latch on a kitchen window.
- Closing the old steel lift door at the Ambassador Hotel in the city.
In the last year lucky Cruise listeners won over $35,000 with the Mystery Sound - all thanks to Paradise Motors
– they’re the Mazda people.
And the winning continues:
Another massive winner Olive from Darlington is now $7900 richer for picking the Mystery Sound as:
Our latest winner Despina from Rostrevor had her thinking cap on when she told us the Mystery Sound was closing the door of a metal model car and helped herself to $6750 in the process:
Ron from Grange took home a lazy $1150 for recognising the sound as a plastic lid being removed from a cup of coffee:
Sheryl from Prospect nabbed $4950 by cracking this little nugget of audio as being removing your hand from a box of polystyrene:
Denise from Smithfield correctly guessed the mystery sound as "placing a CD in its case and closing the cover". Her keen ear has been rewared with a tidy $1450:
Previously Chris from Hillbank successfully picked the mystery sound as "tightening the top of a screw-top pencil sharpener" and snaffled $1800:
While Maureen from Smithfield walked away with $2,500 after correctly identifying the mystery sound as "a tape measure retracting":
And Craig from Seaford Meadows took home $10,000 during the drive home with Mark Elliston. He nailed the mystery sound as 'turning the lap counter of a slot car set back to zero":
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