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Children’s road safety artwork Competition now open

Children across the South West are invited to put their artistic skills to good purpose.

We’re seeking talented young artists to help remind all road users of the reasons it is important to stay safe.

Children and youths of all ages are encouraged to enter.

Winning artists will be presented with prizes and their artwork will feature in road safety campaigns throughout the South West.

How to enter

Step 1: Print this template and use it to create your artwork about road safety.

OR: Create your own artwork on a blank A4 sheet of paper. Remember that the artwork is to be used on a reusable cup, so see how it looks when you roll it into a circle.

Step 2: Scan or photograph your artwork. Make sure you’ve got good lighting so we can see your creation and try to keep the camera perpendicular to the artwork so it is square in your photograph. Mum, Dad or an older sibling might be able to help you with this. 

OR: Print this entry form and mail it together with your artwork to the Industry Road Safety Alliance South West, c/- Gumfire, 41 Throssell St, Collie.

Step 3: Submit your competition entry using the online form below.

OR: Fill in this entry form and email together with your artwork to info@industryroadsafety.com.au.

That’s it! Good luck!

Entries close 25 September 2020. Terms and conditions apply.

Children's Artwork Competition Entry 2020

  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Age (at the time of competition close, 25 September 2020)
    Please enter a number less than or equal to 18.
  • Your school
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, pdf, Max. file size: 128 MB, Max. files: 3.
    • Your road safety message in 60 words or less:
    • Is this entry your own original unaided artwork?
    • Name of parent or guardian
    • Signature of parent or guardian

    The Children’s Artwork Competition is made possible thanks to sponsored funding from the Road Safety Commission, the Road Trauma Trust Account and the Minister of Road Safety. Artwork by Layla Holmes.