Voting is now open for the final stage of the Flinders 100 Days, 100 Photos Competition.
After 100 days of photos around the Mornington Peninsula, the selections have been whittled down to a top ten, with public vote to decide the winner.
Residents on the Mornington Peninsula will have until the end of June to vote for their favourite shot, with the winner to receive a canvas print of their prize winning photo.
Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, announced that voting was now open.
“We live in such an incredible part of Australia and these 100 photos provide a glimpse of what the Mornington Peninsula has to offer, for professional and amateur photographers alike,” Minister Hunt said.
“This top ten represents some of the most vibrant parts of the Peninsula and I urge all local residents to vote for their favourite.
“Locals have between now and the end of the month to submit their votes, with the winner to be announced in July.
“Alongside the top ten, we will be running a People’s Choice Award, with locals able to nominate any of the other 90 photos for their own prize.”
Voting is currently open at greghunt.com.au