Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry to the Elders 2022 Calendar photo competition.
We had such a huge number of entries this year with amazing photos, it was a tough job narrowing down to just 13 winners (cover spot and 12 months)
After a length voting process, we would like to congratulate all 13 winners. You can see the winning images below.
Get your copy
The 2022 Elders Calendar will be available in Elders branches from the end of October 2021, so be sure to head into your closest branch to pick one up.
This year, as proud partners of the Royal Flying Doctor Service we are taking a gold coin donation via a QR code on the calendar or in branch for every calendar collected or distributed. All donations made will go directly to the RFDS.
We are extremely proud of our partnership with such an amazing organisation, who provide a lifeline for those that live, work and travel in rural and remote Australia.
Your donation will help keep the Flying Doctor flying!
We hope you feel just as proud as we do to be able to support something that is truly giving back to the rural and regional communities of Australia.
Don’t forget to continue to snap your photos throughout the year and share them with us on Instagram using the hashtag #ForAusAg.
We look forward to seeing new entries from you all next year for 2023 calendar.
2022 calendar competition winning images
Congratulations to Shaye Hughes from Tarrawingee, Victoria, for taking out the coveted cover image spot
‘Old and New’
Brian Dullaghan – ‘Sunset over Bridgestowe Estate’
Darby Brown – ‘The Apprentice’
Morgan Guest – ‘Angus Cow’
Ange McMaster – ‘Mates at work and Play’
Simon May – ‘Into the Distance’
Josh Schubert – ‘Golden Hour’
Neil Vincent – ‘Irrigating’
Kayla Byard – ‘Ba Ba’
Chloe Smith – ‘Moo’s and Moons’
Tamzen Stewart – ‘Under the Wool Table’
Shez Tedford – ‘Mothers Love’
Adam Meyer – ‘Salt Lake Canola’