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Are you a local resident with a lived experience of disability* and have wanted to be the next renowned photographer? Then all you need to do is grab your phone or camera and take a pic of the Sunshine Coast for your chance to win a major voucher.

Sunshine Coast Council is celebrating our accessible region and we want you to show us people enjoying our spaces and places.

Council is holding its first Accessible Sunshine Coast Photo Competition as part of Disability Action Week from November 25-December 2.

Community Portfolio Councillor David Law said residents with a lived experience of disability were encouraged to share their photographs and short stories.

“This includes photos of accessible and inclusive places from across our region for their chance to WIN a $200 voucher to a nearby attraction!” Cr Law said.

“We have some wonderful places throughout our region where everybody can participate and visit with their family and friends.

“This competition is an opportunity to celebrate and promote those places and the people who enjoy them.”

Council will have a range of activities available to celebrate Disability Action Week. Visit Council’s website for the full calendar of events, including details for the All Access Day at the Beach.

Fast Facts:

Did you know:

21,211 residents of the Sunshine Coast have a severe disability (6.2Per cent)**. The number has more than doubled in the last 15 years and is expected to double again in the next 20 years***.

Council access, inclusion and disability programs: