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The #VisitRiverina social media competition runs from 16th November to 20th December 2020, with wonderful prizes to be won.

The Competition

Visitors and locals are invited to enter their favourite images of The Riverina in each of the four competition weeks, with a different theme for each week of the competition.

  • Week 1: 16th – 22nd November – Theme: Water
  • Week 2: 23rd – 29th November – Theme: Culture & Heritage
  • Week 3: 30th November – 6th December – Theme: Food & Drink
  • Week 4: 7th – 13th December – Theme: Outdoor Adventure
  • Week 5: 14th – 20th December – is the People’s Choice Award (Most Popular Entry)
Kayakers on a Riverina waterway, an example of images that can be used in the #VisitRiverina social media competition

How To Enter

To enter the #VisitRiverina social media competition, all you need to do is:

  • STEP 1
    • Use #VisitRiverina to help us find your posts, and to be eligible to win a prize.
  • STEP 2
    • Tag location of photo – must be in a participating Riverina Council area, including:
      • Bland
      • Carrathool
      • Coolamon
      • Cootamundra-Gundagai
      • Hay
      • Leeton
      • Lockhart
      • Murrumbidgee
      • Narrandera
      • Snowy Valleys
      • Temora
  • STEP 3
    • Check the theme for week 1 -4, ensuring that your image fits the theme for the particular week.
  • STEP 4
    • Complete the Entry Form here, and read the Terms and Conditions here.
Silos on the Riverina Outdoor Art Trail, an example of images that can be used in the #VisitRiverina social media competition

Prizes include:

For more information, click here, and to complete the entry form, click here. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #VisitRiverina on your Instagram and Facebook posts!

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Riverina recognises the Wiradjuri people, who are the traditional custodians of these lands. We pay respect to the Wiradjuri people both past and present, and recognise the culture, strength, resilience and capacity of the Wiradjuri people. We also acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal Australians to this country we all live in and share together.