competition: We will come and video your birds!

Do you have a Mallee Design birdbath? Would you like to have some beautifully shot footage of birds in your Mallee birdbath? Enter our competition and the winner will host our next trap camera shooting session. We will produce beautifully shot footage of birds frolicking in your birdbath!

To enter:

  1. Make sure you are following us on Instagram (@mallee_design)
  2. Take one or more well composed photos of your birdbath (in your back yard only),
  3. Post them to Instagram, and tag with @mallee_design, and tags #VideoMyBirdbath #MDCompetition2024,
  4. State what birds you have seen visit your birdbath.

Who is eligible:

The competition is open to all Mallee Design birdbath customers within the Illawarra, Southern Highlands and Sydney area.

What your Instagram post might look like …

How the winner will be chosen:

The entrant who posts the most beautiful and diverse garden with interesting birds will win. We are clearly biased towards a predominantly native landscape but any garden is welcome to enter. The best bird footage often uses depth in the garden landscape, so make sure you take a photo/photos that shows that there is depth in your garden.

What you will win:

We will come and setup our trap camera in your garden (back yards only, for camera security). We’ll leave it there for 7-14 days. After collecting the camera, we will edit a beautifully produced video which we will post back to Instagram. We will also give you access to all the footage collected.

Key dates:

The competition is open until July 8th 2024. The winner will be announced on July 22nd. We will then arrange to come and install the trap camera at end July/start August.

GOOD LUCK to all interested parties!

Contact us for more information on the competition.

Sample frame of footage taken by our trap camera.






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