Everlasting Swamp video storytellers
Everlasting Swamp National Park
Are you a budding video maker inspired by our amazing environment? Take the director’s chair and tell the story of Everlasting Swamp National Park, near Grafton. It's known as 'the Kakadu of the south'.
Applications close Monday 3 July 2017 at 5pm.
Volunteers will be appointed by mid-July.
You’ll choose your own work hours.
Final edit to be delivered by end of August 2017.
- Everlasting Swamp National Park
- Easy. Suitable for creative individuals of all ages with an interest in storytelling and the environment.
- Please note
- For further information and to apply please email Dean Egan, Clarence North area, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Everlasting Swamp National Park is a rare floodplain wetland in northern NSW. It’s home to brolgas, jabiru and other migratory birds. It’s also undergone significant transformations during the past century. This is your chance to share the story of this beautiful place, in partnership with NPWS.
How it works:
- We'll give you access to raw film footage captured from drone and helicopter. We'll brief you with background information on the park’s natural values and management. We'll also make sure you have our brand guidelines for video production.
- Drawing on these, you’ll create a promotional film to captivate the imagination of future visitors to the park.
- You'll need to have demonstrable video editing skills (send us a link to a clip or short film you’ve edited).
- You'll also have your own computer and video editing software (or access to these).
By volunteering your skills, you’ll help inform NSW national park management and planning for this reserve. Your video could also be featured on the NPWS website.