SNAP & WIN FAMILY HOLIDAY PHOTO COMPETITION

Harley (6 months) touched sand for the first time while at Oreti Beach, Invercargill, with his...
Harley (6 months) touched sand for the first time while at Oreti Beach, Invercargill, with his mother Tamlyn Schafer.PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Craig Smith tows Alex Smith (9) on his boogie board in the stream at Brighton Beach.PHOTO: TAMARA...
Craig Smith tows Alex Smith (9) on his boogie board in the stream at Brighton Beach.PHOTO: TAMARA THOMAS
While in Waitangi, Aditi (12) and Sahana Poojari watched a Maori cultural performance by Te Pito...
While in Waitangi, Aditi (12) and Sahana Poojari watched a Maori cultural performance by Te Pito Whenua members. PHOTO: PRAVEEN KUMAR
Siblings Clay (8, top) and Ashlyn (10) Sculpher pose at Elephant Rocks, near Duntroon.PHOTO:...
Siblings Clay (8, top) and Ashlyn (10) Sculpher pose at Elephant Rocks, near Duntroon.PHOTO: FLEUR SCULPHER
Dunedin residents have been having fun at the beach and exploring their own backyard these summer holidays, as shown by the entries into The Star’s family holiday photo competition. There is still time to send your photos in. 


HOW TO ENTER

Email photos to competitions@thestar.co.nz before 4pm on January 29. Write ‘‘Family holiday photo competition’’ in the subject line and be sure to include the names and ages of the people in the photo and a brief description of what is happening. Photos must be at least 1MB in size. There are first, second and third prizes up for grabs thanks to The Photo Gallery.

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