September 16

Photography Competition Winners Revealed!

Thank you to everyone who supported the Pursehouse Rural Photography Competition, ‘Agriculture: Standing the Test of Time’.


We were astounded at the level and quality of the images entered this year as well as the number of entries we received. This made the competition particularly tough, so an extra special well done goes to all of our winners of the Pursehouse Rural Photography Competition.


As you know, the winners of the Photography Competition were decided by a combination of votes from the public vote and votes from our panel of judges. It was very tricky to select just 12 images this year, so the public vote played a massive role in deciding the overall winners.


All winners of the Pursehouse Rural Photography Competition will be featured in the 2020 Pursehouse Rural calendar, as well as winning one of 12 Pursehouse Rural vouchers to spend at any Pursehouse Rural store.


Prizes are as follows:

First Place – $500 Pursehouse Rural Gift Voucher

Second Place – $250 Pursehouse Rural Gift Voucher

Third Place – $100 Pursehouse Rural Gift Voucher

Remaining Top 12 – $25 Pursehouse Rural Gift Voucher


Without further ado, Pursehouse Rural are pleased to announce the winners of the Pursehouse Rural Photography Competition are;

1st – Kylie Sercombe ‘Clydesdale and Dust’

2nd – Jim Pidgeon ‘Strength of Change’

3rd – Sarah Sulman ‘Sky Never Changes Its Beauty’


Remaining Top 12 (in no particular order)

Wendy O’Brien ‘The Old Farm Trailer’

Trish Worboys ‘The Case that Keeps on Giving’

Tiff Leven ‘Waiting for the Wind’

Kate Younge ‘Meat House’

Jim Pidgeon ‘Click go the Shears’

Narelle Henry ‘Santa Traded in the Deere’

Trish Worboys ‘The Old Girls’

Belinda Jones ‘Young and Old’

Kate Younge ‘Gostwyck Station Chapel’



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