Images of Jirdarup 2021

Photo Competition & Exhibition

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Images of Jirdarup 2021

Photo Competition & Exhibition

‘Images of Jirdarup 2021’ Photography Competition
Thanks to an Arts Grant from the Town of Victoria Park, the ‘Images of Jirdarup’ photography competition is back this year, bigger and better than our inaugural competition last year.

Entries are open from July to September. An exhibition of the finalists will be held at the Kent Street Gallery in late November.

Get out into Jirdarup Bushland Precinct NOW and start taking those nature shots!

Entry details below.
The Friends of Jirdarup Bushland
The Friends of Jirdarup Bushland is a community group based around Victoria Park. We are dedicated to the preservation of Jirdarup Bushland Precinct which includes Kensington Bushland, George St Reserve and Kent St Sandpit. We organize community events as well as planting and weeding days each year.

Our aim is to help the community connect with nature through protecting, regenerating and revegetating the Jirdarup Bushland Precinct.

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to get the latest news and get involved in our activities!
The Bushland
Jirdarup Bushland Precinct, with 'Bush Forever' site Kensington Bushland at its heart, is a rare slice of remnant banksia-jarrah woodlands tucked away in Victoria Park. A hidden natural treasure and biodiversity hot spot, Jirdarup means ‘Place of Birds’ in the Nyoongar language. It is home to 62 species of birds, as well as 14 species of reptiles and over 200 plant species. Get creative and immerse yourself in photographing the wealth of Jirdarup's flora, fauna, and landscapes.

The Bushland entry points are from Etwell Street, George Street and Baron Hay Court. There is free parking, wide pathways, and dog walking is permitted. Disabled access is via Baron-Hay Court entrance. You can take photos from the public access areas in Jirdarup Bushland, but please don’t jump the fences.
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The Friends of Jirdarup Bushland

The Friends of Jirdarup Bushland is a community group based around Victoria Park. We are dedicated to the preservation of Jirdarup Bushland Precinct which includes Kensington Bushland, George St Reserve and Kent St Sandpit. We organize community events as well as planting and weeding days each year.

Our aim is to help the community connect with nature through protecting, regenerating and revegetating the Jirdarup Bushland Precinct.

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to get the latest news and get involved in our activities!

The Bushland

Jirdarup Bushland Precinct, with 'Bush Forever' site Kensington Bushland at its heart, is a rare slice of remnant banksia-jarrah woodlands tucked away in Victoria Park. A hidden natural treasure and biodiversity hot spot, Jirdarup means ‘Place of Birds’ in the Nyoongar language. It is home to 62 species of birds, as well as 14 species of reptiles and over 200 plant species. Get creative and immerse yourself in photographing the wealth of Jirdarup's flora, fauna, and landscapes.

The Bushland entry points are from Etwell Street, George Street and Baron Hay Court. There is free parking, wide pathways, and dog walking is permitted. Disabled access is via Baron-Hay Court entrance. You can take photos from the public access areas in Jirdarup Bushland, but please don’t jump the fences.

‘Images of Jirdarup 2021’ Photography Competition

Thanks to an Arts Grant from the Town of Victoria Park, the ‘Images of Jirdarup’ photography competition is back this year, bigger and better than our inaugural competition last year.

Entries are open from July to September. An exhibition of the finalists will be held at the Kent Street Gallery in late November.

Get out into Jirdarup Bushland Precinct NOW and start taking those nature shots!

Entry details below.

Competition Rules & Details

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 days left until the competition closes on September 30th.
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FoJB thanks James Audcent for developing and maintaining this website and online entries portal.

As a software developer, data scientist, former business development manager and keen entrepreneur, James has learned to remedy business pain points with cost-effective tech solutions. At present, he is working on a number of projects that aim to level the playing field by providing small businesses and charities with the infrastructure and information they need to compete at scale.

Email James if you would like to explore how your business can benefit from new-age technologies.

JAMES AUDCENT