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Brunswick Heads Simple Pleasures Photo Competition judges Ros Goodchild, left, Billy Wrencher, Kate Nutt, and Byron mayor Simon Richardson, right, were impressed by many of the entries. Photo Eve Jeffery
Brunswick Heads Simple Pleasures Photo Competition judges Ros Goodchild, left, Billy Wrencher, Kate Nutt, and Byron mayor Simon Richardson, right, were impressed by many of the entries. Photo Eve Jeffery

There were over 100 entries received in this year’s Brunswick Heads Photo Competition, which has returned after a one-year break.

Veteran Bruns competition judges Ros Goodchild, Billy Wrencher and Eve Jeffery noted that the standard had lifted noticeably since the last event two years ago.

Both of the new judges, Byron mayor Simon Richardson, and local businesswoman Kate Nutt, were impressed by what photographers had delivered.

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 14 September at the Bruns Bowlo.

See past winners and more details here.

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