BirdLife Australia Photography Awards are now open until 4th August!

The 2019 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards are now open! We invite you to enter, and can't wait to see how you encapsulate our dazzling and unique avian life.

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Image: Pacific Black Duck by Thomas Hunt

Thank you to our sponsors, Heritage Expeditions and Lake Cowal Foundation. Due to their support, we have a new Portfolio Prize as well as generous cash prizes up for grabs across seven categories, including:

  • Bird Portraits

  • Bird Behaviour

  • Human Impact

  • Birds in the Landscape

  • Creative

  • Youth

  • And our special theme: Honeyeaters


Image: Royal King Penguin by Henry Cook

Our aim is not just to showcase some of Australia's best nature and bird photographers, but also to highlight the need to improve conservation outcomes for Australia's bird species, encourage wider interest in all Australian birds and showcase the beauty of our exceptional wildlife.

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Image: Brolgas Flee Fire by Cathryn Vasseleu

For more information on our rules, how to enter, FAQs and more, check out the BirdLife Australia Photography Awards website.


From the Awards Team,
BirdLife Photography and BirdLife Australia

This award is a collaboration between BirdLife Australia and BirdLife Photography, staff and committee members are unable to enter. due to conflicts of interest.