Entries to the Wild At Art threatened species art competition for kids are open from Wednesday 7 September to Monday 31 October 2022.

Use the form on this page to submit your entry. Please note: 

  • The competition is open to children living in Australia (including external territories) between the ages of 5-12
  • One artwork entry per child, unless the entry is a separate entry for groupwork (open to groups of children at schools or education centres only). 
  • Each artwork needs a sponsor – a parent, guardian or teacher – to submit on the child’s behalf. If you are a teacher, you must obtain consent from the parent or guardian of the child prior to submitting the artwork. 
  • Artworks must depict native Australian plants or animals listed as threatened under state or territory law. Extinct species will be accepted. Artworks of on-native or non-threatened species won’t be accepted.
  • Artworks can be a drawing, painting or mixed media work. Unfortunately photographs, videos, digitally created artwork and three-dimensional sculptures will not be accepted.
  • To respect the spirit of the competition and other artists’ intellectual property, artworks must be original and the child’s own. We use anti-plagiarism technology to detect plagiarism and such entries will be disqualified.
  • Please keep the original artwork in case it is selected as a finalist piece.

You can read more important information about the Wild At Art competition in our entry criteria and terms and conditions.

About the competition