Check out some of South Australia’s most iconic heritage places captured in photos

The search is on for the best photograph of SA’s heritage places. Here’s how you can vote for your favourite.

If you love South Australia’s heritage places, you’re in for a treat. A popular photography competition has captured some stunning photos of the state’s most historic buildings.

Not only can you check out the 20 finalists, but you also have the chance to vote for the winner.

It’s all part of the Heritage SnAps 2020 competition brought to you by Heritage South Australia in partnership with the South Australian Heritage Council

About the competition

Heritage SnAps 2020 follows on from the success of last year’s Essence of Heritage photo competition.

The competition is about showcasing South Australia’s 2,300 wonderful state Heritage-Listed places and 17 State Heritage Areas and celebrating our maritime and coastal heritage.

The competition gives budding photographers a great incentive to get out and explore the state’s iconic and lesser-known heritage places.

And it’s a great opportunity for people who see their photographic masterpieces to learn why these heritage places are significant providing.

Get involved

Initial judging has now taken place and the Top 20 photos from across all eight categories have been selected. Categories include Maritime and Coastal State Heritage, State Heritage places to visit and Wild SA.

Now it’s your chance to get involved by checking them out and voting for your favourite. Just make sure do so before midnight Sunday 6 December.

The photo that receives the most votes will be awarded the ‘People’s Choice Award’.

Here’s a little teaser of this year’s finalists:

1. Second Valley by Anthony Anderson


2. War Memorial, North Terrace by Richard Bowering


3. Victor Harbor Causeway by Nicole Rix


The full Top 20 can be viewed on the website. 

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Main image: Victor Harbor Causeway by Nicole Rix

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