Andrew Wallace MP Christmas Card Photo Competition

From our stunning beaches to our unique mountains the Sunshine Coast is packed with beautiful views and gorgeous scenery. I want to showcase our region again on my Christmas card this year.

If you live in Fisher and have a great image of our region I would love for you to enter my competition by uploading the photo to Instagram with the hasthag #photosoffisher and the location it was taken, or by emailing it to andrew.wallace.mp@aph.gov.au with the subject line ‘Photos of Fisher’. Entries must be received by Friday 19 October 2017.

Just like last year, the winning image will be featured as the front cover of my 2018 Christmas card, which will be widely distributed, and will be printed on canvas and hung in my office in the Australian Parliament House in Canberra. The winning photographer will also receive a $100 gift voucher for a local business.

I will feature all of the submitted photos on my special Instagram page @photosoffisher, and I will be selecting a winner by Friday 26 October.

So get involved and help me show off the best the Sunshine Coast has to offer!

Summary Terms of Entry

To be eligible the image must have been taken by you and not be owned by anyone else. It must be in landscape orientation and must not picture any identifiable individuals under the age of 18. Any identifiable adults in the photograph must have given permission for the image to be entered in this competition. You must also be over 18, or have written permission of your parent or guardian to take part.

To be eligible the image must also have been taken in the Federal electorate of Fisher, and be submitted by a resident of that electorate. Fisher extends from Alexandra Headlands in the north, west to Cambroon and Conondale, south to Beerburrum and east to the coast. Major towns and population centres include Caloundra, Sippy Downs, the coastal strip including Kawana, Minyama and Mooloolaba, Montville, Maleny, Beerwah, Beerburrum, Glass House Mountains, Palmwoods and Landsborough. A map of Fisher can be found here https://www.aec.gov.au/Electorates/Redistributions/2017/qld/final-report/files/maps-a4/2017-aec-qld-a4-fisher.pdf