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Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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The Australian Museum is currently hosting the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

The 80 best photographs over a range of categories are being displayed from the thousands which were submitted by photographers from over 80 countries.

The exhibition will run until the 8th of March.

Some of the photographs are truly stunning as you can see from a sample of winners from years past.

It's worth making the trip to the museum to see the photographs blown up to a size where they can be properly appreciated.

If you've not been to the Museum before it's also worth checking out the other temporary and permanent exhibitions with lots of things to keep adults and kids occupied for a good while including the ever popular Dinosaurs and Skeletons.

The Museum is open from 9.30am to 5.00pm every day except the 25th of December. Admission is $12 for an adult, $6 for a child which also covers the Wildlife Photography exhibition.

Here is some helpful info on getting to the museum.
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When: Until the 8th of March
Where: Australian Museum
Cost: $12
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