Your chance to win an incredible parks tour

Find out more about the photo competition that encourages you to explore SA’s national parks.

There’s so much to explore in South Australia’s picture-perfect national parks during the winter months. Activities that are popular in winter include hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and camping.

So why not rug up, get out there, enjoy these activities with family and friends and, while you’re there, take part in the Get The Full Picture photo competition.

By entering, you’ll go in the running to win incredible prizes such as shark cage diving, a wilderness safari, a river cruise or a rock climbing adventure.

The competition is running in national parks across the state, such as Belair National Park, Morialta Conservation Park, Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park and Witjira National Park.

Check out the video below to find out how to enter:

More information and competition terms and conditions.

We’ve received some fantastic entries – so if you’re planning to enter and want to see some examples, here’s a sample of what’s been submitted so far:

Belair National Park

Cleland Wildlife Park

Deep Creek Conservation Park

Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta

Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park

Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park

Morialta Conservation Park

Mount Lofty Summit (Cleland Conservation Park)

Onkaparinga River National Park

Adelaide Gaol

Entries close 20 June.

Happy snapping!

Keen to find out more about which parks to explore in winter in South Australia? Check out these 5 perfect national parks for a winter escape and 5 waterfall-worthy national parks.

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