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Coolum and North Shore Coast Care last week launched its seventh annual photographic calendar for 2018, featuring stunning images of the region’s natural beauty.
More than 884 submissions from 47 local photographers including two under 16 years of age were reviewed with 48 amazing pictures selected for next year’s stunning calendar. Native animals, birds, butterflies and wildflowers are presented alongside our local iconic landforms.
Calendar team co-ordinator Diane Goodwillie said every year the calendar initiative helped local volunteer photographers, designers, printers and businesses co-operate in the process.
“This project encourages everyone to further appreciate our local environment and care for our beaches, dunes and green spaces while helping raise awareness of the vulnerability of the biodiversity in our coastal environment,” she said.
“And the Coast Care Calendar raises much-needed funds for Coolum and North Shore Coast Care while highlighting the work of our award-winning group”.
The calendar is available from the Coolum Community Native Nursery or businesses including Peregian Vet, Grebe Street, Peregian Beach and Noosa Parks Association Environment Centre, 5 Wallace Drive. For more information, visit www.coolumcoastcare.org.au

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