Animals of Corangamite Calendar Competition deadline nears

Published on 18 October 2019

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IMAGE: WOOLY COW: Wayne Smith took this photo of a Highland Cow just north of Camperdown.

THE amateur photographers of Corangamite Shire love their animals. With dozens of submissions received, there is still time to enter Council’s Animals of Corangamite Calendar competition.

Plus, don’t forget to put your events in the spotlight by listing in the 2020 calendar for a hard copy reminder hanging in people’s homes and workplaces.

It’s a great opportunity to promote local events, programs and important dates.

Photo competition entries need to be landscape orientation and high quality (at least 2 MB). You are welcome to use your smartphone as long the quality is good.

Find out more here.

To enter you can:

The top 12 entries, as judged by a panel of three including one Councillor and two Council staff members, will feature in the 2020 Corangamite Shire Calendar.

Each year Council circulates 10,000 calendars to households and businesses across the Shire and to visitors to Corangamite’s natural attractions, events and goods and services.

It will be distributed to every household with the Summer edition of the Corangamite Shire News in December.

Register your event online here, or email details to

Entries for the competition, and event listings, close on Friday 15 November.

For more information, call us on 5593 7100.