We are proud to announce the winners of our inaugural Sustainability Prize, exhibited Thursday 18 May.

Our inaugural Sustainability Prize exhibition was held on Thursday 18 May in the Gryphon Gallery, with comedian and environmentalist Rod Quantock as host. 

With $3,200 prize money up for grabs, there were over 100 entries from graduate students. After the voting was over, we displayed the top 40 finalists and announced the winners. Take a look!

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First Prize

Adhitya Yusuf

Australian raven (Corvus coronoides)

Lot number: 30

Prize: $1,000 cashFree pass to Ecocity World Summit

Second prize

Justin Cally

Tawny frogmouth (Podargus strigoides)

Lot number: 61

Prize: $200 cashFree pass to Ecocity World Summit

Runner-up

Thomas Fairman

Albino common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), sitting in a Callitris tree

Lot number: 3

Prize: $200 cash

Runner-up

Jacinta Kong

Hoverfly (Melangyna viridiceps)

Lot number: 12

Prize: $200 cash 

Runner-up

Neeraj Dangol

Australian raven (Corvus coronoides)

Lot number: 19

Prize: $200 cash

Runner-up

Zoi Banikos

Native grass (Dianella) and native fungus (Galerina hypnorum)

Lot number: 21

Prize: $200 cash 

Runner-up

Adhitya Yusuf

Cherry candle banksia (Banksia spinulosa)

Lot number: 31

Prize: $200 cash 

Runner-up

Kularasasingam Wijikumar

(Pittosporum sp.)

Lot number: 38

Prize: $200 cash

Runner-up

Justin Cally

Common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula)

Lot number: 62

Prize: $200 cash 

Runner-up

Justin Cally

Native fungi (Gymnopilus junonius)

Lot number: 63

Prize: $200 cash

Runner-up

Rayyane Insani

Flambe Yellow (Chrysocephalum apiculatum)

Lot number: 79

Prize: $200 cash

Runner-up

Lachlan Rule

Native fungi (Cortinarius sublargus)

Lot number: 85

Prize: $200 cash