Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush

‘Cockman House’. Picture: Susan Kay
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
Snapshot of Wanneroo from beach to the bush
‘Cockman House’. Picture: Susan Kay

Eleven photographers won prizes of between $100 and $300 in the City of Wanneroo�s competition, Capture your Wanneroo experience, which included two themed categories.

Teka Davis won the overall youth award for Walk at sunrise and Susan Kay�s Cockman House photo earned her the overall adult award.

Benn Tudor-Roberts won the Instagram category, included for the first time, with a Surfing a wave photo.

In the adult coastal and maritime category, Adam Johns came first for Sunset fishermen at Quinns Rocks and Tenille Moir came second with Yanchep Beach.

The youth prizes went to Jonno Merkl (Inside the wave) and Poojan Shah (Sunset fisherman at Two Rocks Marina).

Pam Annesley won the adult�s heritage and nature category for capturing Bush flower in Yanchep National Park, while Nicole Millar came second with Perry�s bunkhouse in Yellagonga Regional Park.

The youth winner was Christy Williams for her Fire truck in Pinjar photo, with Jarrad Levy�s Ghost trail camping in Yanchep National Park earning him second place.

The judging panel included photographer Dave Catley, tourism consultant Eddie Watling and Mindarie Marina general manager Martin Smith.

The City uses competition entries in its tourism material.