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Eucalypt Australia Photography Competition 2022 Winners and Runners Up

Celebrating Eucalypt Landscapes

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Congratulations to Geoff Murray @geoffmurray55, winner of this year’s #NationalEucalyptDay Photography Competition: #CelebratingEucalyptLandscapes!

We were moved by the story of deep time told by Geoff’s photo of the Cider Gum graveyard in Tasmania, with the stars and southern lights in the background.

Congratulations must also go to @jen.fergy and for their cracking images of a tropical woodland along the Gibb River Road and Wandoo in the Great Western Woodlands.


2022 details for reference purposes.

We encourage anybody with a love of eucalypts to enter and share their favourite eucalypt landscapes. All levels of ability welcome and there is no need for expensive equipment.

? Theme: 

Eucalypt Landscapes

? Prizes:

1st prize: $300, 2 x runners-up: $100 each

? To enter:

Post your best eucalypt shots on Instagram with the competition hashtags #EucBeaut AND #CelebratingEucalyptLandscapes.

? Eligibility:

?You must be following @rememberthewild and @EucalyptAus
?Australian residents only
?Competition commences 15/02/2022 and final entries close 20/03/2022. Photos must be uploaded to Instagram between these dates.
?Shortlisted entrants (notified by DM before 23/3/2022) must provide a high quality copy for our websites.
?We will notify winners by DM and announce in our stories on National Eucalypt Day 23 March 2022.
?This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Instagram

Eucalypt Australia Photography Competition 2021 Winners and Runners Up


Winner - James Harris

James Harris’ beautiful image of Snow Gums (E. Pauciflora subsp. Acerina) on the Baw Baw Plateau near Mt Erica in Victoria.



Runner Up Colleen Hope

The photo was taken at Langi Ghiran State Park, on a misty morning in March. I was going out to sit with trees that are threatened with removal to make way for a freeway. Three trees, one which has been felled, are of significance to the first peoples of the area, and other concerned people. I arrived too late and access had been blocked by police and I was denied entry, so I went across the road and into the park and sat with the trees there as the morning mist was burned off by the warming day.

The name Langi Ghiran, Lar-ne-jeering in the local Djab Wurrung people’s language means ‘home of the Black Cockatoo’.  It has steep granite peaks and gentle sloping open woodlands. River Red Gums, Yellow Box and Candlebark trees are scattered through the woodlands, with Messmate, Manna Gums and Red Strinybark in the mountains and Yarra Gums along the waterways.

This Park is a special place for me, having grown up in the shadow of her beauty, and a place I regularly wander.


Runner Up Guy Leung

Ready to Bloom

The big red macrocarpa, ready to burst into a stunning vibrant display attracting admirers and pollinators alike.


The Shortlist 2021

Featured here are the 7 other photographs that made the shortlist for the inaugural #EucBeaut Eucalypt Photography competition!

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