www.hn.cma.nsw.gov.au Awards Night & Exhibition Launch You are invited to attend the Our Earth, Our Stories: Nature Photography Competition Awards Night and Exhibition Launch, celebrating nature photography within the Macarthur Region. When: Friday 16th November, 2007, 6.30pm-9pm Where: Campbelltown Arts Centre, Art Gallery Road (Corner of Camden Road & Moore-Oxley Bypass) Join us for an evening in the company of our special guest, Sorrel Wilby (photographer, journalist and former Getaway presenter) to view the wonderful photos that people have taken of Macarthur’s amazing creatures and natural features! Arrangements made through Celebrity Speakers - www.celebrityspeakers.com.au The awards ceremony will mark the launch of the This event is FREE to attend and refreshments will be Our Earth, Our Stories Nature Photography provided. Bookings are Exhibition and will be followed by light refreshments. essential. RSVP by Monday 12th November, 2007 All are welcome – from competition entrants and To book: Call Casey Halliday their friends and family to community members, on (02) 4645 5006 or email casey.halliday@camden. photography and nature enthusiasts! nsw.gov.au For further info: visit Award categories include: www.hn.cma.nsw.gov.au or call Rebecca Mooy on • Open section • Children’s section (02) 4587 0066 (over 18 years) (under 12 years) • Young people’s section • Photo Story (Tell us your Competition entries close (12 –18 years) story in a series of photos) Monday 5th November, 2007 Over $2,000 worth of prizes to be awarded on the night The 2007 Macarthur Our Earth Our Stories:Nature Photography Competition is coordinated and supported by the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Authority and the Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority in partnership with Camden Council, Campbelltown City Council, Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living and Wollondilly Shire Council. For further information visit www.hn.cma.nsw.gov.au This project has been developed and assisted by the Nature Conservation Council (NCC) and the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.