'Extinction' ... the Threatened Species photo exhibition ... enter now!

Submit your best threatened wildlife and botanical photos now to the 2019 Extinction - threatened species photo exhibition.

The exhibition hopes to feature exquisite photos of threatened species, populations and ecological communities from all across NSW.


The Flame Robin featured in this 2019 promo material was a favourite from last years exhibition, submitted by the talented Lachlan Hall.

Not sure what species are listed? Go to the OEH website to find out more:

Photographers submitting images are asked to nominate a local conservation group to receive the funds from the sale of their photo during the exhibition.

Photographers can submit up to three of their best threatened species photos until submissions close on August 25.

Submit your images along with the attached image agreement to simon.tedder@environment.nsw.gov.au before the closing date.

The exhibition will open on Thursday September 5th at Ocean Space Collective Wollongong. All photos featured in the exhibition will be for sale via silent auction.

Please share with your photography friends and networks.

Photo taken in Wonboyn on 5th August 2019 by Kerri-Lee Harris

Cover image: Yellow-bellied Glider (Petaurus australis), listed as Vulnerable in NSW