'Landscapes of Casey' Photography Competition Winners

Our ‘Landscapes of Casey’ photography competition has wrapped up, and we’ve awarded prizes to our winners! Browse the winning images and all other entries below!

Thank you to the representatives from Narre Warren & District Family History Group and Casey Camera Club, who assisted with judging.

Winners: Adult, 16+ years

1st – Sarah H. – End of the Line. 

The section of disused railway between Broadoak Drive and Casey Fields Boulevard. Looking west from Casey Fields Boulevard end.

2nd – Sharon S. – Cranbourne Avenue of Honour.

Taken on ANZAC Day 2023, this scene and the Oak Tree Memorial greet drivers entering Cranbourne along the South Gippsland Highway. Lest We Forget.

3rd – Luke M. 

Taken from 1001 Steps at Bayview Park, Narre Warren North, looking over Fountain Gate Shopping Centre and Bunjil Place.

Winners: Children, 0-15 years

1st – Charlotte B. – 1000 Steps Berwick.

Capture the beauty of the 1000 steps, the magical place where people go to experience the beautiful view of the whole of Casey and Melbourne City in the distance and keep fit, healthy and happy.

2nd – Khalid M. –Down the Road.

This is the view down the road from my house. The road in the photograph is Eden Grove in Narre Warren South.

3rd – Zain M. – Autumn.

The maples trees on Garden Court in Narre Warren South are a beautiful sight to see in Autumn.

All Entries

Adult/Young Adult, 16 years +:

Christie L – Overlook

2021: Long exposure shot of skyline, taken from 1000 steps at Quarry Road.

Vishvi D

Lysterfield Lake Park.

Bec J. – Frog Hollow, Hallam/ Endeavour Hills

Walking path along northern end of Frog Hollow on a late summer evening.

Nicole R. – Time for reflection

I love to walk at Wilson Botanical Park and watch all the changes of the seasons, I captured this photo on one such walk recently.

Chellaram N. 

Golden hour @ Berwick Waters, Casey Council: Mother Nature doesn’t need a filter.

Sharon S. – Cranbourne Avenue of Honour

Taken on ANZAC Day 2023, this scene and the Oak Tree Memorial greet drivers entering Cranbourne along the South Gippsland Highway.
Lest We Forget.

Pauline L

Wilsons Botanic Park: Anniversary Lake.

Wenling P. – East roundabout of Casey Central

I took it in the noon about 2016. That was deep autumn. At that time, I was very shocked by the unusual blue of sky and large floating white clouds. Casey Central looked clean and beautiful in that season and in the sunshine.

Thana S. – Morning misty walk

Cascades On Clyde wetlands is good park for both community and environment. There are a lot of birds and other animals. And also there is a Parkrun activity where community can enjoy exercise together.

Caitlyn L. – Sunset Daydream

Sunset after a rainy day on Aranmore Crescent.

Alexandria W. – “Waiting for you”

Black and white photograph of a bench seat and beautiful trees along the driveway of Wilson Botanic Park in Berwick.

Ann D. – Lady standing on boat Lake Lysterfield.

Cassandra J. – An evening at Hampton Park Wetlands.

Sarah R. – Wurundjeri Country meets the city skyline

This photograph has a warm feel with the bright sunset within the landscape. The outlay of the cows, trees and skyline shows the many features of the landscape with the natural and man-made aspects gathering in this picturesque photograph. Taken at the corner of Bradman Drive and Hall Road, Cranbourne West.

Peter L. – Cats not welcome.

Botanic Ridge, corner of Settlers Run and Brows Road. Huawei P30 Smartphone. F 1.8, 1/789sec, ISO 50, FL 27. Lightly edited in Affinity Photo. Composition shows leading lines, rule of thirds, complementary colours (green & red). It also tells a story.

Catherine T. – “The Red Centre“: at Cranbourne Botanic Garden.

This part of the garden represents climate and landscape of Central Australia.

Wenling P. – Ormond Road – Cloudy.

Fancy A. – The boy in the hidden garden

As I have explored many times Wilson Botanical Garden I came across by the sounds of water as I approached, I witness this beautiful landscape of garden as my child sat at the top

Children, 0-15 years

Brianna T. – A Shadow Behind Your Eyes

The reflection you will see in the water but not with your naked eyes. It will reveal a story you do not know.

Mia W.-K. – A Scene of Summer

Taken from the top of a bridge overseeing a beautiful little creek, alongside typical Australian greenery, this photo captures two ducks going their merry way, enjoying the last week of summer. It is located in the wetlands around the park near my home which we visited a lot during lockdowns – it was our sanctuary during that time and is very special to my family. I waited until the two ducks came into view and there were no cars on the road to take the photo at the right time. The way the sun is casting a shadow of the gumtree and reflecting the clouds into the creek makes it seem like another world reflected in the water.