Saturday, 8 July 2017

Thousands answer the #ILoveNSW call to share what they LOVE about NSW

Remote beaches and surfing hotspots, treasured historic buildings, regional inland locations from mysterious valleys to stark outback vistas, and a plethora of events and festivals are some of the hidden gems shared by passionate locals and visitors alike showcasing NSW’s unique holiday destinations and experiences.

Over 16,000 photos and 630 videos were posted across social media over an eight-week period, with content shared from every corner of the State, revealing a vast array of landscapes, experiences and attractions on offer in NSW.

As part of the #ILoveNSW activity, the top four video and four photo submissions that showcased the unique regions and experiences of NSW, are to be heroed in a series of eight curated short films. The eight winners include:
  • Jan Breckwoldt’s stunning image of the unusual Horse Head Rock in Bermagui, Southern NSW
  • Gayle Wyborn, who shared beautiful images of Glen Innes, New England in Country and Outback NSW 
  • Dale Ketteringham, who captured the stark beauty of Broken Hill in Country and Outback NSW 
  • Shane Smith’s mysterious image of the rolling clouds across Jamison Valley in Leura, Blue Mountains 
  • Peter Whiter, who captured through video the natural wonders of Eden in Southern NSW
  • David Stoelhorst’s vision of the astonishing Belmore Falls in Wildes Meadow in Southern NSW 
  • Lius Hanse’s video of Fingal Bay’s idyllic coast 
  • James Vodicka, who showcased the majestic wildlife of Lord Howe Island, located off the NSW North Coast, in video. 

The films have been created to provide would-be travellers with “holiday-spiration” and inspire them to start planning their next getaway or short break in rural or regional NSW.

View the #ILoveNSW series here: Content includes:

No comments:

Post a Comment