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This Year’s Photo Competition Will Be Bigger & Better Than Ever!

Harvest 2018 is well underway, which means it’s time to bring back our Harvest Photo Competition!

We are on the hunt for the best GrainKing harvest photos, so get your Nyrex, GrainKing or Truchaser out there and let’s see what you’ve got! ????

This year’s competition will be bigger and better than ever, with the title of Photo King 2018 and new prizes up for grabs!

Become a Champion!

Submit your best photos for your chance to become one of our winners:

???? Overall Winner: Be crowned the photo king and receive a $500 Coles & Myer Gift Voucher

???? People’s Choice: Submit the most popular photo and collect a $200 Coles & Myer Gift Voucher

???? Runner-Up: Take home the silver as well as a $100 Coles & Myer Gift Voucher

As well as receiving a shiny new trophy and a gift voucher, our 3 winners will also have their photo featured on our website and social media channels.

Think you’ve got what it takes?

How to Enter the Harvest Photo Competition

Enter the competition by following these steps:

1. Take a picture of your harvest featuring your Grainking, Nyrex or Truchaser

2. Submit your photos through our website!

And that’s it! You could become one of our champions.


We will be donating $1 to Cystic Fibrosis WA for every photo submitted to the competition (max of 5 per person), so there’s every reason to enter this year!

Entries to the competition will close on February 28th 2019.

Full terms and conditions can be found here.

So what are you waiting for?

If you need some inspiration, check out last year’s winning photos below!

2017 GrainKing Photo Competition Winners


Last year’s winning photo was submitted by Tim Barndon Jr, with a Nyrex Chaser Bin in front of a golden sun.

Last year’s people’s choice photo was submitted by Kiara Harris, featuring a GrainKing bin on a paddock.


Last year’s runner-up was submitted by Karl Waldeck, with a GrainKing bin in front of a stormy sky