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Perth prize for best sunset/sunrise photo

Share your snaps with AJN readers and be in the running to win great prizes in our annual photo competitions.

  • Sharon Flitman’s sunset photo taken on New Year’s Eve at Mordialloc Beach was the winning entry in The AJN's 2018-19 sunrise/sunset competition.
    Sharon Flitman’s sunset photo taken on New Year’s Eve at Mordialloc Beach was the winning entry in The AJN's 2018-19 sunrise/sunset competition.
  • A room at The Adnate.
    A room at The Adnate.
  • A giant mural at The Adnate, Perth.
    A giant mural at The Adnate, Perth.

IF you like taking photos at sunrise or sunset, here’s your chance to enter your favourite photo in The AJN’s annual photo competition and be in the running to win a two-night stay at Perth’s new Art Series hotel, The Adnate.

To be eligible for the competition, photos must have been taken between February 1, 2019 and January 31, 2020 (the closing date of the competition).

Entries should be emailed to travel@jewishnews.net.au and include the names of the photographer and where the photo was taken. Photos will be published in online galleries and the finalists announced in February.

There is a separate competition for holiday photos featuring members of the Jewish community, with the best entry receiving a gift certificate for a two-night stay at The Reef House in Palm Cove, northern Queensland.

The $90 million The Adnate opened in October at 900 Hay St, Perth. With a giant mural stretching to the top of the 27-storey hotel, there’s no doubt that art is a dominant theme in the luxury 250-room property.

The mural, which features portraits of a Noongar man, an Indian woman and a Mediterranean woman, took one month for Melbourne artist Matt Adnate to complete and highlights Perth’s cultural history.

In the hotel lobby are original canvases, while prints adorn the halls. Adjacent to the hotel is an eye-catching 50-metre laneway mural, while the hotel has an art library and offers complimentary art tours.

The Adnate has 250 Studio King and Studio Twin rooms, each decorated with prints featuring some of Adnate’s best-known works adorning the walls, complemented by canvas-inspired bed runners. For families two rooms can be connected to form a studio suite.

There’s a large outdoor heated pool, gym, restaurant and bar.

Matt Adnate started his artistic career as a street artist and has developed his realist style into the fine art realm, painting large-scale murals in major cities around Australia and overseas.

The winner of our sunset/sunrise competition will receive a gift certificate for two nights’ accommodation in a spacious studio king room including breakfast for two.

For more information, visit artserieshotels.com.au/adnate.

CONDITIONS

* This competition is open to Australian residents only.

* Employees of The Australian Jewish News (AJN) and their immediate families are ineligible to enter.

*Professional photographers are ineligible to enter.

*The winning entry will be decided by The AJN. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

*There is a limit of three entries per person for this competition.

* The winner will be announced in The AJN and on www.jewishnews.net.au and be notified by email.

*The winner will receive a gift certificate for accommodation for two nights in a studio king room, including breakfast for two, at The Adnate, 900 Hay St, Perth. The certificate is valid until October 31, 2020.

*Bookings are subject to availability and contains exclusions and blackout periods during the validity period.

* Other conditions may apply at time of booking.

*The prize does not include air fares, transfers or any other expenses.

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