Wildlife photographer of the year exhibition

June 8 to October 7, 2013

The Australian Museum is again playing host to the Wildlife Photographer of The Year exhibition, a four month show featuring the world's the finest wildlife photography. The exhibition includes beautiful, carefully chosen images ranging from landscapes and plant life to captivating animals, which were selected from almost 50,000 entries in the international competition. If you are interested in photography, or simply appreciate the awe-inspiring beauty of nature, this event is for you.
Where: The Australian Museum, 6 College St Sydney, NSW.
When: June 8 to October 7, 2013.
Cost: Adult- $17 ($5 for members); Concession- $12; Child- $9 ($3 for members); Extra child- $6; Family (2 adults and 2 children)- $43 (or $13 for members); Family (1 adult and 2 children)- $26 (or $8 for members).
For more information about the exhibition visit the Australian Museum website at www.australianmuseum.net.au.

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