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Win a double pass to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition sneak peek

We have 75 double passes up for grabs

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 image
Photographer: Ralf Schneider/ Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Time Out in association with Australian National Maritime Museum |
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Every year, photographers travel to the ends of the earth to capture the fleeting moments that say so much about the majesty of nature. The best is chosen for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year which showcases not only the best of the natural world but the patience, ingenuity and talent of the photographers who spend their time embedded within wildlife so that they can get that one incredible shot. 

The 100 best wildlife photos of the past year have been selected from more than 50,000 entries, across 95 countries, for the 55th competition. They’ll be on display at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Time Out and the Australian National Maritime Museum would like to invite you to an exclusive sneak peek of the exhibition on the evening of Wednesday 4 March 2020 before the exhibition opens to the general public. The event includes drinks, canapes, entertainment and access to the exhibition.

In addition to sneak-peek tickets, one super-lucky reader will win an ultimate Sydney staycation. You’ll be treated to one night’s stay in a King Room at the award-winning boutique hotel Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour; lunch for two at Yots Café; an afternoon Sydney Harbour cruise for two with Sydney by Sail; and two complimentary tickets to the Maritime Museum.

For the chance to win a staycation plus one of the 75 double passes up for grabs, simply enter your details below before 10am on February 24. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. 

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