Calendar Competition 2021

‘THE COLOURS OF GIPPSLAND’ 2021 #LOVEGIPPSLAND CALENDAR COMPETITION

Upload your entries below to feature in Darren Chester’s 2021 #lovegippsland calendar. This year’s theme is ‘The Colours of Gippsland’. Entrants are invited to submit photos of their favourite parts of the region and help promote the unique attractions of our towns, farms and natural landscapes. Enter and upload your photo below: (minimum resolution 4MB with a maximum of 10MB). Winners will be required to supply a high-resolution copy for the calendar. 

Please note entries must be landscape orientation and limited to 2 per person, if multiple entries are made only two will be selected for entry.

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‘THE COLOURS OF GIPPSLAND’
2021 #LOVEGIPPSLAND CALENDAR COMPETITION

Photographers from across Gippsland now have a chance to get their favourite shot considered for inclusion in Darren Chester’s 2021 #lovegippsland calendar.

Entries are now open for the local MP’s annual photo competition.

The top 13 entries will be included in Mr Chester’s 2021 calendar. The best three will receives prizes comprising some of Gippsland’s best produce.

“All Gippslanders know we live in the best part of Australia and the #lovegippsland calendar is a way we can celebrate what we love about where we live,” Mr Chester said.

“This year’s theme is ‘The Colours of Gippsland’. It’s about capturing the colours of our region, whether man-made or natural.

“I’m always impressed by the standard of entries that we receive for the calendar competition and I’m looking forward to seeing where our photographers find their inspiration this year.

“”The project helps to bring more visitors to Gippsland to support local business; and is also a timely reminder for locals about the amazing opportunities that exist right here in our backyard.

“Taking the photographs may be a little more difficult this year due to coronavirus restrictions, but I am confident the standard will be as high as it has been in past years.”

More than 20,000 free copies of the calendar will be available across Gippsland at the end of this year.

Photographers are also encouraged to upload their photos to social media using the hashtag #lovegippsland.

To enter the #lovegippsland calendar competition, photos must be a minimum size of 4MB to a maximum of 10MB. If photos selected for the inclusion in the calendar, they must be available in a resolution of greater than 4MB at 300dpi. Photos should be landscape orientation as per the calendar’s shape. Entrants need to provide their name, hometown and contact details, plus a caption for their photo.

Entries close on Thursday October 15, at 5pm and are limited to two entries per person.

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