RACQ’s Clare Christensen said the little devils were the result of Dreamworld’s breeding program and a welcome boost to the Tasmanian devil population.
“It’s an exciting time for everyone at Dreamworld and we’re equally thrilled to play a role in helping name these three little ladies,” Ms Christensen said.
“Born in March, they’re small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and will be a real draw card for visitors to the theme park.”
RACQ members have been exclusively asked to name one of the female Tasmanian devils.
Ms Christensen said the most creative entrant would win the naming rights but also receive a family season pass to Dreamworld, valued at $436.
“The bounds for creativity are endless, but favourable consideration will be given to names that celebrate their Tasmanian heritage,” she said.
Entrants must be RACQ members, nominate a name and explain in 25 words or less why.
Competition entries close at 5pm on 22 September 2017. Visit https://racqliving.com.au/win/better-devil-know/ to enter.