Working on Country

Working on Country Photography Competition 2012

The Working on Country Photography Competition received over 100 entries from Indigenous Working on Country and Indigenous Protected Area ranger groups and their communities from around Australia. The 40 photographs selected for the exhibition, and the winning photographs, are available to view below.

The winner of the People’s Choice Award is Lisa Roeger for Three ladies in red clay.

Winning entries

Peoples Choice
Award Winner!
  • Jane Hodson, CLC rangers use cybertrackers as another tool for monitoring biodiversity, 2012 Category 1
    Working on Country Photography Award
    (1st Prize)

    Jane Hodson
    CLC rangers use cybertrackers as another tool for monitoring biodiversity, 2012
  • Lisa Roeger, Three ladies in red clay, 2012 Category 1
    Working on Country Photography Award (2nd Prize)
    Lisa Roeger

    Three ladies in red clay, 2012
  • Vanessa Drysdale, Miyapunu Mapu (Turtle eggs), 2011 Category 1
    Working on Country Photography Award (3rd Prize)
    Vanessa Drysdale

    Miyapunu Mapu (turtle eggs), 2011
  • Tamara Harvey and Rachel Peter, Out on the beach, 2011 Category 2
    Youth Award
    Tamara Harvey and Rachel Peter

    Out on the beach, 2011
  • Lisa Roeger, Nursery djama (work), 2011 Category 3
    Women on Country Award
    Lisa Roeger

    Nursery Djama (work), 2011
  • Jasmina Muhic, Burning, 2011 Category 4
    SEWPaC Staff Award
    Jasmina Muhic, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, staff entry

    Burning, 2011