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Flowers in Focus: amateur photography competition
When
09:00am, Monday, 18 July 2022 - 12:00pm, Friday, 09 September 2022
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Where
At Kings Park and Botanic Garden Wadjuk Way, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3600
Email
festival@bgpa.wa.gov.au
Website
www.surveymonkey.com
Categories
Get involved, Perth Events, Kings Park Festival

To celebrate the 2022 Everlasting Kings Park Festival, we are calling out to all amateur photographers to send us your best photograph of Western Australia’s unique flora for your chance to have your photograph displayed in the WA Botanic Garden for the rest of the year.

Entries close midnight (AWST) 9 September 2022, with winners announced on Thursday 22 September 2022. See our competition terms and conditions for details.

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Need some inspiration? Check out the works of last year's winners or view top wildflower photography tips.

Stay tuned for more information by checking the Kings Park Festival website, subscribing to our newsletter or following our social media.

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