2477 Photo Competition
Finding Inspiration in Every Turn
Alstonville Rotary Club invites you to take part in our third "2477 Photo Competition". We're looking for images from all over the 2477 postcode to adorn our 2023 Calendar. All eligible submitted images will be exhibited on 4th September at Alstonville Plaza, where the winners will be selected by public vote. 13 images will be chosen and published in the calendar, which will go on sale in October.
For as little as $50.00, local businesses have the opportunity to sponsor pages in the calendar. All funds raised from the sale of the calendar will go towards supporting some of the many causes championed by Alstonville Rotary Club.
The competition is free to enter.
Digital images must be in landscape format (horizontal) and at least 6Mb (compressed), able to be printed A4.
Images must be shot within the 2477 postcode. Local landmarks and landscapes are preferred.
Fill out the Entry Form. Email your submissions and sponsorship enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
For full T&C's click here Terms and Conditions
Previous winning entries
The 2477 postcode sits on the East coast of New South Wales, at the heart of the Northern Rivers.
Alstonville Rotary would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live, work and play, and pay respect to elders past, present and emerging.
It may come as a surprise to many locals that the 2477 postcode encompasses more than the main settlements of Alstonville and Wollongbar on the Plateau. As the accompanying map shows, the postcode stretches from Pearce’s Creek in the North East to Bagotville, parts of the Richmond River and the Southern part of Patches Beach to the South. In between, it takes in Alstonvale, Tuckombil, Lynwood, Rous and Rous Mill, Uralba, Dalwood, Meershaumvale, Wardell, East Wardell, Cabbage Tree Island and Goat Island.
We are very lucky to live in such a diverse and beautiful part of the world. Remnant rainforests and macadamia orchards, cattle farms in rolling hills, historic villages and buildings, cascading creeks and twisting rivers, hey, there’s even a strip of stunning coastline!