Help show off the real Ocean Grove

Pictures like this could find themselves in the 'Discover the Real Ocean Grove' booklet. 163335

The Bellarine Catchment Network, along with Friends of the Ocean Grove Nature Reserve and Ocean Grove Coastcare, are calling for nature photos of Ocean Grove to be included in a new and exciting booklet about the Ocean Grove environment titled ‘Discover the Real Ocean Grove’.
The categories of photographs that are being sourced are indigenous flora – including trees, shrubs, grasslands, wildflowers; indigenous fauna – including birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians; and landscape images of coasts, marine, estuary and wetlands.
You might have an image of something unusual like a white-bellied sea-eagle gliding over the coast, or a dolphin out the back while surfing, maybe a whale out front of main beach, or an echidna in your garden.
Along with any beautiful landscape images, indigenous flora, sunsets, sunrises or storms over Ocean Grove that brings our wonderful town and nature to light.
Your images need to be a minimum of 3 megabites, and a maximum of 10 megabites per image and email.
It must align with one of the categories above and have your name and contact details attached.
Send your images to and in the subject heading write ‘Ocean Grove Environment Booklet Photo’.
You will receive a response once your image or images have been received.
Submissions close on 31 January.
You will be advised if your image has been selected for use in the booklet and all photographers used will be acknowledged. Three category winners of Indigenous Flora, Indigenous Flora and Landscapes will be advised and awarded prizes.
This project is supported by Ocean Grove Connected Communities, City of Greater Geelong and Ocean Grove Camera & Photo.