Australian Geographic has partnered with the South Australian Museum to bring the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year to a wider audience. Natural history photography is one of the pillars of the renowned Australian Geographic Journal and this competition promotes excellence in this field.
Photography is one of the fastest-growing hobbies in Australia today and provides a compelling reason to get out and go travelling around our beautiful country and others in our amazing bioregion. It promotes learning about flora, fauna and geology and fosters an appreciation of the special and often fragile nature of our wild places and creatures, something that we encourage at every opportunity.
We are proud to be associated with a competition that shares those values and aims and we hope to raise the profile of, and increase participation in, this prestigious event over the next few years.
Chrissie Goldrick, Editor-in-Chief, Australian Geographic
Atkins is very proud to be a part of the South Australian Museum’s Nature Photographer of the Year Competition. The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year is recognised as one of the premier annual exhibitions, and being backed by the Museum, it draws the best in nature photography. Being accepted as the production partner for this exhibition endorses our desire to work for the best.
The South Australian Museum gratefully acknowledges the support of Dr Stuart Miller AM, founder and patron of ANZANG, and his sister Mrs Alison Huber in memory of their parents, Dr Robert and Mrs Clarice Miller, both late of Waikerie, South Australia.
The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition is owned by the South Australian Museum.