Are you a budding photographer? Do you like taking photos of the Belconnen Town Centre, and showcasing the best of the area? You could win $200 by submitting your works for the Belconnen Town Centre Photo Competition.
Tara Cheyne MLA is hosting a photo competition to highlight the best of Belconnen Town Centre, as part of the area’s celebrations between 3 – 5 October.
Do you have any photos of the Town Centre?
There are three categories open:
You can enter three different photos, and a photo can be entered into different categories, so there are lots of opportunities to win. Entries close at 5:00pm on Tuesday 2 October.
To enter, send the image/s by email to CHEYNE@parliament.act.gov.au as a JPEG file. Title the subject Belconnen Town Centre photo competition.
Be sure to include in the email your:
Emails should be no more than 9MB in size. You can send multiple emails.
Voting for each category will be open at the Belconnen Town Centre Twilight Market on 5 October, and a winner will be announced later that evening.
You can read more about how to enter here.
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