UNEARTH THE CITY OF ADELAIDE WITH NATURECLICK
NatureClick is a photo competition showcasing the hidden nature secrets in our amazing city. Grab your camera or phone, get out into the Adelaide's CBD and snap your NatureClick photo.
There are categories for everyone, with all entries going into the running for the Facebook People's Choice Award and a chance to have your photo included in the NatureLights projector exhibition as part of Splash Adelaide. Prizes include an awesome nature experience from PureSA and event tickets to some of the Adelaide Sustainability Centre's popular eco events.
Entries are open until midnight on Sunday 25 February
HERE IS HOW TO ENTER
1. Take your photo/s of
- The City from nature’s point of view
- Nature’s up to something
- Nature connections
The only limit is your imagination! Enter up to 3 photos in your chosen category.
2. Pick a category
Select your competition category - Open (18 and over) or Youth (under 18).
Entries to all categories will also be considered for the Facebook People's Choice competition and the Judges' Picks projector exhibition at The Joinery from 23—25 March 2018 (minimum resolution limits apply - see T&Cs for details).
3. Submit your entry by 25 February 2018
Fill out the ENTRY FORM — including the link to your photos on a file sharing platform (e.g. Dropbox or Google Drive) — to enter NatureClick.
4. Check out the FAQs and Terms and Conditions for info about the theme, location, resolution and more.
Shortlisted finalists for the Open and Youth categories will be announced on Monday 5 March. All these finalists will be featured on The Joinery Facebook between 5—16 March, where the photo from any category with the most 'likes' by midnight on 16 March will win the People's Choice Award!
Winners will be announced on 22 March 2018
To round out the competition, celebrate with a special NatureLights projected night-time exhibition from Wednesday 11 April - Friday 13 April at The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.
WHAT IS NATURECLICK ALL ABOUT?
94% of South Australians believe nature is important and visit at least one natural site per year. We know spending time in nature is good for us and that our unique plants and animals are part of how we identify ourselves as South Australians but we rarely talk about nature in our daily life.
While wild places are vital to immerse in and protect, nature is everywhere living amongst us in our cities and homes – even in the most unlikely places.
City Unearthed will give South Australians an opportunity to find, capture, share and celebrate our urban nature stories in a way that brings our city to life.
City Unearthed invites you to show our community your nature...
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