The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney , Gardens in Focus Exhibition

Gardens in Focus Photography Competition Winners
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Official Opening 03/05/2012 8:00 am

Join guest speaker Mark Tedeschi and take part in the announcement of the winners of the 2011 Gardens in Focus photography competition. Mark is not only an eminent Sydney QC, but is also a well-known and passionate photographer who has 12 solo exhibitions to his credit and has won numerous photographic awards. Enjoy an exclusive viewing of the winning entries while savouring superb food and wine and strolling through the beautiful garden at Lion Gate Lodge. Opening night is a ticketed event – Friends member $25, non-members $30, includes wine & canapés. Bookings essential: 9231 8182

FREE EXHIBITION HOURS: Friday 4 May–Sunday 13 May, 10am–4pm daily.  

Gardens in focus photography competition winners from 2011-2012 – presented by friends of the botanic gardens. 

Enjoy the wonders of botanic gardens from Australia, New Zealand and around the world captured by professional, amateur and student photographers in the second year of the Gardens in Focus Photography Competition. On display will be the winners and a selection of the best entrants from the following five competition categories: Plant Portraiture; Garden Views; Garden Creatures; Youth and International Botanic Gardens. This competition is about connecting people to their local botanic garden, wherever they are in the world. Free event.

 

 

 

 

This event has concluded
Dates:
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 03/05/2012 8:00 am
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