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Add your story and photo

Add your story and photo

Your pony club photograph and story may be published by the Museum on its website and on social media, or used in exhibitions and other Museum publications. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) may also select your photograph or story for publication on one of its websites, social media sites or radio programs.

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Upload photo

You may only upload files no larger than 3.0 MB
NOTE: You may only upload files of type gif, jpg, jpeg and png.

Enter a title for your photo

Describe your photo. Tell us your story.

Enter your first name only or nickname here if you would like your name to appear with your story and photo

Contact details

The following fields will not be displayed on our website. The purpose of collecting this information is to allow us to contact you about your photo or story, or if we need to contact you as the winner of our competition. We will not otherwise disclose your personal information to anyone unless you consent, or we are required or authorised by law (including the Privacy Act 1988) to do so. The Museum's privacy policy explains how you may access or seek correction of your personal information and how we deal with privacy complaints.

Additional information

This information is optional and will assist us with better cataloguing the submitted photos. It will not appear on our website.

Terms and conditions

By ticking the checkbox below you give permission to the National Museum of Australia and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) to publish your photograph and story. By submitting your contribution you agree to our full terms and conditions of use.

If you are under 13 years of age, you must have the consent of a parent or guardian to send us your story and photo.


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People and the Environment

Horses in Australia is part of the National Museum's People and the Environment program. Discover more stories about people's relationships with Australia's natural and built environments on our People and the Environment website.