PAPER planes were carefully constructed, tested and modified by the six finalists who battled it out to win a free Queensland holiday on Friday.
The Herald received plenty of entries for the competition which it ran in conjunction with Naracoorte Toyota and Naracoorte Pizza House.
In the end Montana Hole took out the major prize after she was the only one to land her creation through the window of a Toyota Yaris at the second try.
The other finalists were Jessie Briggs who played on behalf of Trevor Briggs, Jamie Bettoncelli who stood in for "Stumpy" Hunter, Fe Francis, Deb Sadler and Barb Possingham.
Each unlucky finalist went home with a pizza voucher and Toyota merchandise pack.
Naracoorte Toyota's Malcolm Collins said he was happy with the concept and how the event played out.
"It was something a bit different," he said. "Rather than just drawing something out of a hat.
"It was good to have a bit of pizza and a laugh, and someone went home with a trip to Queensland."