Calling Local Shutterbugs! Rotary Margaret River Seeks Cover Photo for Directory

The Rotary Club of Margaret River is calling on all local photographers to showcase the beauty of the region through a captivating Photo Competition.

The winning entry will be featured as the cover image for the prestigious 2024/2025 Rotary Directory, distributed to 8,000 residents and businesses across the Margaret River region.

“This competition is an exciting opportunity to highlight the talent of our local photographers and showcase the stunning landscapes that make Margaret River so special,” said Sharyn, Accounts Manager of the Rotary Margaret River Directory

“We encourage residents of all skill levels to participate and share their unique perspective on our beloved region.”

The competition theme is Sunrise or Sunset Symphony. Capture the essence of dawn or dusk within the Margaret River region, with a distinctive pink hue incorporated into the composition.

Whether it’s the fiery pinks of sunrise, the soft pastels of twilight, or the vibrant pink of a blooming wildflower, let your creativity flow and highlight the unique beauty of these magical moments.

The winning photograph will be featured prominently on the cover of the 2024/2025 Rotary Directory.  The photographer will be credited on the cover and within the online directory.  A photo and interview with the winner will be included in the printed directory.  The winning entry will be announced in the local newspaper, Radio Margaret River, and across social media channels.

Visit margarertriverdirectory.com.au/photo-comp for the full rules and details.

Entries must be submitted electronically by April 15th, 2024.  For questions, contact Sharyn at accounts@margaretriverdirectory.com.au or call 0402 944 729.

The Rotary Club of Margaret River encourages all photography enthusiasts to participate in this exciting competition. 

Capture the essence of Margaret River in a captivating image and have your work seen by thousands. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your talent and contribute to the visual identity of the Margaret River community!

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