The following terms and conditions (T&Cs) apply to the Prize:
- Eligibility: The following persons are ineligible to enter the Prize:
For UniSC students:
- any person not currently enrolled as a student at UniSC; and
- staff members of UniSC (unless also currently enrolled as a student).
For School students:
- any person who is not currently of school age; and
- any person who is not currently enrolled in primary and high school or is home schooled.
- Deemed acceptance: Entry into the prize is deemed acceptance of these T&C (as may be amended from time to time).
- Your Images: By submitting an entry you agree to grant UniSC ('the University'), the right to use, publish and broadcast your entry, in whole or in part for any purpose including the Prize. This may include use in promotional formats broadcast to the public such as through a digital feed via the University of the Sunshine Coast website and social media channels (appropriate image credits will be included), and in subsequent competition promotions (with attribution), or printed for physical events by UniSC. You will not be entitled to any fee for such use.
- The recipient will be asked to sign a release form. Any hard copy original works will be returned to the student.
- If selected as one of the Prize winners, you may be required to be interviewed by UniSC's Media Services. Your interview may include (but not be limited to) explaining when and where you took the photo, what type of camera you used, and why you chose to photograph that wildlife.
- For UniSC Students: Each entry must be an original work by you, taken on the grounds of any UniSC campus (location will be required as part of submission).
- For School Students: Each entry must be an original work by you, taken in your local area (ie please don’t travel further than 5km to create this work)
- any entry which is not original, does not comply with the entry requirements, or is not completed in accordance with these Terms, infringes the intellectual property rights of any third party, contains any objectionable or poor quality content, or has the potential to damage the reputation of any person;
- any individual who tampers with the entry process, submits an entry that is not in accordance with the terms, or who has in the opinion of the University, engaged in unlawful or improper conduct that is designed to, or is likely to, adversely affect the fair and proper conduct of the competition or is generally damaging to the goodwill or reputation of the University;
- any individual or individual's entry that displays misconduct or the mistreatment of wildlife in any way during any stage of this Competition;
- any entry of a deceased wildlife;
- any entry where Photoshop or any other image editing software has been used to significantly alter the original image; or
- any entry that was not taken on the grounds of a UniSC campus (for UniSC student entrants).
- liable to any person for any costs, loss, or damage whatsoever arising out of, or in connection with, such cancellation, variation or withdrawal; or
- required to conduct the competition at any other time.