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QEII Photography Competition winners

7 December 2017

This year, QEII Hospital asked professional and amateur snappers to send in their best landscape photos to be in the running for permanent display in the hospital as part of the first annual QEII Photography Competition: Healing places and spaces.

In 2018, QEII Hospital is excited to bring the healing influence of six landscape photographs into the hospital for patients and staff to enjoy. 

Open category winners

QEII photo competition - Sunrise Wellington PointSunrise Wellington Point by Robert Van DykQEII Photo Competition - Sensory healingSensory Healing by Lindsay BancroftQEII Photo Competition - Pier into my mindPier Into My Mind by David Tsai

School age category winners

QEII Photo Competition - DivineDivine by Neha JobyQEII Photo Competition - Flowers sproutingFlowers Sprouting by Riddhisha UpadhyayQEII Photo Competition - Tranquil KarawathaTranquil Karawatha by Mitchell Stewart

QEII Hospital is thankful to all those who submitted artwork or participated in the online voting.

Last updated 7 December 2017
Last reviewed 7 December 2017

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