Mon. Dec 6th, 2021

Last year's winners of the Bayside Christmas flag competition were Kristi Archer from Bexley and Aniko Rowley from Botany.  Both artists submitted designs that fused traditional Christmas symbols with Australian flora and fauna.

Last year’s winners of the Bayside Christmas flag competition were Kristi Archer from Bexley and Aniko Rowley from Botany. Both artists submitted designs that fused traditional Christmas symbols with Australian flora and fauna.

Bayside Council is once again holding a competition to find a new design for its festive street flags to celebrate the Christmas holidays.

The competition is open to all residents and local school children.

The winning entries will be printed on the council’s street flags and banners and displayed across Bayside throughout December 2021 and January 2022.

The winning design can also be included in the Council’s Christmas displays, printed materials and online campaigns.

Submissions can be hand-drawn, photographs or digital designs, but they must conform to a predefined template that matches the Council’s marking principles and logo requirements and be suitable for use on a street flag and banner.

Last year’s winners were Kristi Archer from Bexley and Aniko Rowley from Botany.

Both artists submitted designs that fused traditional Christmas symbols with Australian flora and fauna.

“Last year’s competition was very successful,” said Mayor Bill Saravinovski.

“I’m glad we’re doing it again this year and I’m looking forward to seeing the winning designs fly around Bayside.”

Submissions close on Tuesday, November 2nd.

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