Vertigo has one 1 double pass to give away!

Thanks to the Australian Museum, Vertigo has one double pass to their ‘Trailblazers: Australia’s 50 greatest explorers’ exhibition.

For your chance to win, email editorial@utsvertigo.com.au with ‘AM Trailblazers’ in the subject line. Please include your name, student ID number, phone number and best contact method with your entry and tell us, in 25 words or less, who’s your favourite trailblazer and why.

 

Check out Vertigo’s review for the exhibit here.

 

About Trailblazers: Australia’s 50 greatest explorers 

Twenty-one of Australia’s greatest living explorers and 29 historic figures have been honoured in Trailblazers: Australia’s 50 greatest explorers, an exhibition that celebrates the spirit and bravery of Australia’s outstanding pioneers.

Presented in partnership with Adventure World, and supported by the Destination NSW, Trailblazers is now open to the public.

“This exhibition is more than a list of explorers and achievements, it’s about the Australian spirit of adventure and the people who have shaped it,” Kim McKay AO, Executive Director and CEO of the Australian Museum said.

“Trailblazers will inspire visitors of all ages to dig deep and discover the explorer within, and unleash the curiosity that is central to the Australian Museum’s DNA.”

Trailblazers showcases more than 360 significant objects from the AM’s collection, and from the personal collection of explorers, as well as from other museums.

Trailblazers is McKay’s first exhibition since joining the AM as Director, and was developed with guest curator Howard Whelan, founding editor of Australian Geographic and a well known adventurer in his own right.

For more info on the exhibit, head to australianmuseum.net.au and follow the hashtag #AMtrailblazers,

Terms & Conditions

1.     Only one entry per person per competition.

2.     Must be a UTS student to enter. 

3.     Competition closes 5pm Friday 29th April

4.     Winners will be notified by 2nd May.

5.     Winners will need to collect tickets during office hours from the UTS Students’ Association reception.

6.     The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

7.     Prizes cannot be transferred for cash.

 

Best of luck!