Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition

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Love Nature? For the first time in South Australia, you can enjoy the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

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Exhibition details:

14 April - 24 July 2022

10am - 4pm daily (sessions available at 10am, 12pm or 2pm)

Rose Garden Pavilion, Adelaide Botanic Garden (map ref C15).

Tickets: Adult general admission: $10, Full time students and concessions: $8, Children 12 years and younger: Free entry but please book a ticket for each child. All children attending the exhibition must be accompanied by a paying adult.

For the first time in South Australia, you can gaze through the lens of some of the world's best wildlife photographers and marvel at the beauty of our planet.

The world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, features exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular flora and landscapes, and the breath-taking diversity of the natural world.

Using photography's unique emotive power, the images will inspire and astound, leaving you with a deeper understanding of the issues facing nature and the actions we need to take to protect it.

Attracting over two million people annually worldwide, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is renowned not only for its compelling imagery but also for the quality of its interpretation.

Launching in 1965, today the competition receives over 50,000 entries from all over the world, highlighting its enduring appeal.

With a record-breaking number of entries from 95 countries, the judges of the fifty-seventh Wildlife Photographer of the Year have had the toughest job yet.

Every entry was judged anonymously on its creativity, originality, and technical excellence by an international panel of industry experts.

Make a day of it! While you're in your botanic garden, we encourage you take the time to explore its iconic green pathways too - they are always revitalising.

We look forward to welcoming you here soon!

Event information

Entry: Recommended entry is via the Hackney Gate or the Conservatory Gate, both accessed off Plane Tree Drive.

Parking/Transport: Ticketed parking is available along Plane Tree Drive or the car park next to the International Rose Garden, adjacent to Hackney Road. Alternatively catch the tram to the Botanic Garden stop, which is 150 m from the Main Gate on North Terrace.

Facilities: Toilets and change tables available in the Garden.

Accessibility: The Exhibition is wheelchair accessible. Please enter via the Conservatory Gate.

Food and Beverage: A pop up café will be open inside the Exhibition. Café Fibonacci and the Gardens Kiosk will also be open during their standard hours of operation.

Children: Please note that all children under 13 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note, this is a COVID-safe event - please remember to:

• Maintain 1.5m social distance between others

• Practice good hygiene, wash your hands regularly, and utilise the hand sanitiser available

• If you have any COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), please stay at home and contact our staff to discuss options

• More information can be found here http://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au

Tickets are non refundable, however are transferable to other dates and session times via the self-service transfer function in your Eventbrite account.

If you require further support, please contact our friendly staff by return email to enquire about your options. Please allow 7 days prior to your ticket date, where possible, to be eligible for any manual changes.

Booking fees are non-refundable under all circumstances.

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Photograph: Mushroom magic by Juergen Freund, Germany/Australia

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition image

Photograph: A caring hand by Douglas Gimesy, Australia.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition image

Photograph: The gripping end by Wei Fu, Thailand.

Header photograph at top of page: Storm fox by Jonny Armstrong, USA

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