Discover competitions that you may wish to enter. Good luck!
Haiku Competition 2020
Write a haiku for a chance to win a book about poetry! Click here for all the details. Closes 19 June 2020, 5pm.
NAIDOC Week Creative Writing competition for Years 7-9
Write an editorial for an overseas newspaper explaining the importance that NAIDOC Week plays and its significance to communities across Australia. You could win a Blu Ray player, Playstation 5 console or Canon digital camera. Entries close 26 June 2020.
NAIDOC Week Essay Writing competition for Years 10-12
Write an essay on the topic of "Aboriginal Cultures - Past, Present and Future" (maximum 1,500 words) and you could win a Blu Ray player, Playstation 5 console or Canon digital camera. Entries close 26 June 2020.
Lutheran Media Photo Competition
Submit a photo for the Lutheran Media 2021 calendar - if your photo is selected, you could win $200 for first place or $100 for second place. One photo per person. Entries close 26 June 2020. Click here for more.
Indigenous Language Art Competition
Create an artwork featuring the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander language of your local area! Find out what your local Indigenous language is, and then create an artwork inspired by the landscape, flora or fauna of the land where the language is spoken. Include the name of the language in the artwork. Click here to learn more. Entries close 31 July 2020.
Local Government Association of Queensland Better Communities App competition
Have you ever wanted to run your own community, build your own streets, or manage your own funding for projects? The Better Communities app lets you do this. If you are aged between 13-18 then you have the chance to win $2,500. Simply download the app and build the best community then you’ll be in the draw to win!
Mobile Muster Short Film Competition
Create a one minute film encouraging people to recycle their old mobile phones. Winning entries will receive a $5,000 JB Hi-Fi voucher to further develop their film career! Entries close 21 September 2020. For more details, click here.
Premier's Reading Challenge
The Premier's Reading Challenge is an annual statewide initiative for students up to Year 9. This is a challenge rather than a competition - for Years 7 to 9 students to successfully complete the challenge they must read or experience an allocated number of books based upon their year level during the reading period. Visit https://prc.median.com.au/ for more.