2021 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
Published: Wednesday, January 6, 2021
February 5, 2021
Who may enter
The competition is open to anyone.
The organiser of the competition is the South Australian Museum.
All photographs must be of natural fauna, flora or natural land formations and must have been taken in the ANZANG bioregion. ANZANG bioregion means Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and the New Guinea region.
There are nine sections in the competition:
• Animal Behaviour
• Animal Portrait
• Threatened Species
• Our Impact
• Animal Habitat
• Junior - the entrant must be under 18 years of age
All entries must be submitted via the competition website.
Previous overall winners
Photo by Ben Blanche, BORDER FIRE MT BARNEY, 2020 Winner
Photo by Mat Beetson, FIN WHALE'S DEMISE, 2019 Winner
Photo by Tracey Jennings, HIDE AND SEEK, 2018 Winner
Photo by Justin Gilligan, PREDATORY PURSUIT, 2017 Winner
Photo by Matthew McIntosh, PIERCING HEADACHE, 2016 Winner
A$38 for the first entry and A$22 for each additional entry.
Entries in the Junior Photography section: A$10 for the first entry and A$5 for each additional entry.
The overall winner will receive A$10,000 and a holiday prize provided by Coral Expeditions.
Each of the first 8 category winners receives A$1,000 and the runner-up of each section receives A$500.
There is a A$1,000 prize for the best portfolio of six or more entries.
The Junior category winner receives A$300 and the runner up receives A$100.
The People’s Choice winner receives A$500.
For further information visit the official competition website.