Thank you to everyone who entered our Flowers in Focus photography competition presented in partnership with the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Bookleaf Mallee (Eucalyptus kruseana). Photo: Beth Baker.View image slideshow

We received an overwhelming number of entries and are pleased to present the winning photographs in the image slideshow. Congratulations to all our winners!

You can view these fabulous photos in an outdoor exhibition in Kings Park.

Thank you to Quest Mounts Bay Road, Captain Cook Cruises, Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and Momento Photography for generously providing the prizes for this competition and thank you to everyone for getting involved.

The Kings Park Festival is proudly presented by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Friends of Kings Park, with the generous support of Lotterywest.

Bookleaf Mallee (Eucalyptus kruseana). Photo: Kay Cypher. Hooker's Banksia (Banksia hookeriana). Photo: Kay Cypher. Western Spinebill Bird and Grevillea 'Superb'. Photo: Chris Tate. Cowslip Orchid (Caladenia flava). Photo: Daniel Boase-Jelinek. Oldfield's Darwinia (Darwinia oldfieldii). Photo: Beth Baker. Mottlecah (Eucalyptus macrocarpa). Photo: Beth Baker. Tall Mulla Mulla (Ptilotus exaltatus). Photo: Tina Hall. Leafy Sundew (Drosera stolonifera). Photo: Remco D van Santen. Pink Everlasting (Rhodanthe chlorocephala subsp. rosea). Photo: Haylee Boxall.

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