AWS Colouring-In Kids Competition 2021
Australian kids are encouraged to learn about our native wildlife through art and creativity.
The Australian Wildlife Society colouring-in competition aims to inspire kids to learn about Australia’s native wildlife through art and creativity. The AWS hopes this experience will help participants explore and develop a better understanding of environmental and wildlife-related issues in Australia today.
Please find the colouring pages by following the link above or by clicking here.
Each state and territory of Australia will have one first, second and third place winner.
All 1st place winners will receive an AWS annual family membership, valued at $70, and a certificate of congratulations. Their art will be published in the Society’s e-newsletter and social media platforms.
Second and third place winners will receive a certificate of congratulations and their artwork will be published in the AWS e-newsletter and social media platforms.
The first place finalist in each state and territory will go into a draw to have their artwork published in the Society’s magazine Australian Wildlife.
Terms & Conditions
Please include the following information when submitting your entry via email to [email protected]
- A photo or scan of your completed artwork (please name your file according to the format: Name, State, Date. For example: MarkNSW15.11.20)
- Your name and age
- Your state/territory of residence
- Phone number and/or email address (this is how we will notify the winners)
- Parent/guardian signature of consent to enter the competition
All participants under 18 years of age must obtain parental or guardian’s consent to enter the competition.
Please note that only one (1) entry is accepted per person.
Entries are due by the 30th of November 2021. Winners will be notified by phone/email in December.
Conditions of entry
By submitting an entry into this competition, you are acknowledging that the winners' artworks, their name and state of residence will be published in Society’s magazine Australian Wildlife, e-newsletter and on AWS social media platforms.
Ended on 29 Nov 2021