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Little Sydney Lives
photography competition

Junior creatives, show us your world.

We invite budding photographers aged 3 to 12 years to enter the Little Sydney Lives photography competition.

Fantastical, botanical, sibling-rivalrous, splashy or routine – we’re looking for stirring images that reveal what our young residents find intriguing.

Celebrating the unique viewpoint of Sydney’s young people, Little Sydney Lives will end with a large-format outdoor gallery displaying the works of 20 junior photographers from Thursday 16 September to Sunday 10 October.

  1. Prizes

    Entries will be judged in 2 age categories – 3 to 7 years and 8 to 12 years.

    The grand prize winner in each category will receive a gift valued at $500.

    Winners will be announced on the opening night of the exhibition.

  2. Who can enter?

    Children living in Sydney aged 3 to 12 years.

  3. Closing date

    Enter your best shots by midnight on Tuesday 25 May 2021.

  4. Specifications

    • JPEG (.jpg) format
    • Maximum file size: 5MB
    • Landscape orientation
    • Colour or black and white

    You can enter up to 2 images.

  5. Winners announced

    Winners will be announced on 16 September 2021.

  6. Terms and conditions

    Please read Little Sydney Lives terms and conditions before entering for your best shot at winning.

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Australian Life

Photography competition

Beyond the icons and the obvious, show us how you see Australian life for your chance to win $10,000.

Find out more
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