2024 World Wildlife Day Photo Competition

Next date: Wednesday, 28 February 2024 | 08:00 AM to Sunday, 03 March 2024 | 11:59 PM

Camera lens on centre of page with native flora and fauna around including Gang Gang Cockatoo and Blue Gum leaves

Welcome to the 2024 World Wildlife Day Photo Competition!

March 3 is World Wildlife Day and we’re celebrating our local wildlife and biodiversity with a photography competition.

World Wildlife Day is an international event hosted by the United Nations to celebrate the world’s plants, animals, and other living things, and acknowledge the contributions that wildlife makes to our lives and the planet. Australia is one of 17 mega-diverse countries, and a lot of wildlife is unique.

We want you to showcase the fantastic biodiversity across the QPRC region. Get your cameras ready and go find something cool to photograph! It can be a plant, an animal, or even a mushroom! It just needs to be native to the QPRC region. What will you find?

Get the best picture you can – but be careful not to touch or hurt any plants or animals while you’re there!

Entry is open to all QPRC residents 18 years old or younger. Fill out the form below and upload your picture to enter. Only one picture per entry, so choose carefully! Prizes will be on offer for the best submissions in each age group.

Prizes Categories

There are four age categories broken up into school year groups. Prizes include:

  • Best Entry K-2: $100
  • Best Entry 3-6: $100
  • Best Entry 7-10: $100
  • Best Entry 11-12: $100
  • Best Overall Entry: $300

Entries close at 11:59pm on Sunday 3 March. All entries will be displayed, and prizes awarded to winners at an Awards Ceremony on Friday 8 March. More details will be provided closer to the event.

Before submitting your entry please download and read the competition Terms and Conditions here(PDF, 869KB).


  • Thursday, 25 January 2024 | 08:30 AM - Sunday, 03 March 2024 | 11:59 PM

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