Harmony Day Poster Competition

Open to all NSW and ACT Primary and Secondary Schools

2018 Theme: Growing Together In Harmony

The Harmony Day Poster Competition is an annual initiative open to all primary and secondary students across NSW and ACT.  Students are encouraged to visually articulate their interpretation of the 2018 theme – Growing Together In Harmony.

Entries should reflect one or more of the following principles:

  • Our society is made up of different people from different backgrounds.
  • While we are unique, we all share the goal of wanting to live together in harmony, peace and understanding.  We must respect others religion, gender and race.
  • We must not accept hate, violence or unfair treatment of any person or group.
  • We must strive to give all Australians equal opportunities and assist those who are less fortunate than ourselves. We are proud to be Australian.

Closing Date

Entries close on Friday 6 April 2018, with winners announced in June 2018.


Prizes will be awarded to those students whose posters best illustrate an innovative approach to the “Growing Together In Harmony  theme. All entrants will receive a Certificate of Participation.

JUNIOR Category Prizes (K -Year 6)
State Winner $500
Regional  Winner $150
State Winner’s School $500
SENIOR Category Prizes (Year 7 – Year 12)
State Winner $500
Regional  Winner $150
State Winner’s School $500


All entries MUST be A3 poster size and any medium is acceptable.


A panel of qualified respected art critics and educational personnel will judge the entries.
Judges’ decision is final.

Related Reading

Past competition results: Junior category » | Senior category » Poster gallery »

Submission of entries

Download the entry form

Download important information

Entry forms and completed posters are required to be mailed to our competition office (address below) by Friday 6 April 2018:
PO Box 6126
University of New South Wales, NSW 1466

A print-out of the completed entry form should also be emailed to: poster@movingforwardtogether.org.au