Frame 'your Barossa' in 2024 Barossa calendar competition14 Feb. 2023
Home to some of Australia’s most breathtaking landscapes, the Barossa is begging to be captured with a click.
Our region’s rich and natural beauty is a feast for photographers of all abilities. Your special moment in time could earn a place in the Barossa Visitor Centre’s 2024 Photographic Calendar.
“This is a chance for people to show off their eye for detail and showcase the Barossa from a unique perspective, and for the community to see the Barossa through someone else’s eyes,” said Manager Tourism Services, Jo Seabrook.
“Our delicious food, wine, colourful history, iconic landscapes and lively festivals allow the keen eye of a photographer to flourish”.
“As a visitor you may have taken a snapshot on a trip to the region, or a local who has found a frame that expresses your own backyard. This is the perfect chance to showcase your talents and allow others a lens into your unique view.”
These yearly calendars, which beautifully tell Barossa stories, will be available for sale through the Barossa Visitor Centre in September and draw a worldwide audience. The Barossa Visitor Centre now welcomes all entries.
Making a submission is easy! Upload your photos to either Instagram or Facebook and tag @mybarossa plus use the hashtag #2024barossacalendar. Or simply go back through your social media account and find those photographic gems and edit your post to include the tags.
Photos must be able to be supplied at a high resolution (300 dpi). The Calendar will most likely be printed in landscape format, please take this into consideration when submitting your photos.
Accounts on Instagram must be set to public to be eligible. Photos on Facebook must be set to public audience.
Competition entries close Thursday 6 July 2023.
Find out more at barossa.com/barossacalendarcompetition