Reclaim Kosci colouring in competition

Are your kids wild about nature and love colouring in? If so we are running a great colouring in competition and have some fantastic prizes on offer.

Kids can choose from three colouring in pages featuring stunning illustrations created by Sharyn Wragg: a beautiful cluster of native plants and flowers, an adorable broad-toothed mouse and an endearing corroboree frog.

Entries will be judged on the best and most creative colouring in pages

How to enter

The competition is open to children ages 12 and under; void where prohibited. To enter, download the colouring pages below, print out the page, colour it in however you like, and return your entry to PO Box 1267, Cooma NSW 2630.

Alternately entries can be scanned and sent to

Categories: Ages 6 and under   |   7-9    |   10-12

Judging: Entries will be judged at contest end, and prizes will be awarded then.

Winners and prizes

Winners will be notified by email or phone. Prizes include a Namadgi Book from the National Parks Association of the ACT and prizes donated by Paddy Palin. Specific prizes will be chosen by Reclaim Kosci, at our discretion. Entries must be in by 11 February 2018.

Cluster of native flowers

Did you know that if you visit Kosciusko National Park towards the end of January you may get a chance to see one of the most magnificent wildflower displays in the world?

They have some wonderful names and include flowers like the snow daisy and Billy buttons!

Broad-toothed mouse

This wonderful little native mouse is only found in south-eastern Australia. It likes to live in herb fields, grasslands and forests.

Corroboree frog

The corroboree frog wears bright yellow colours to want other creatures that it’s not to be eaten. It likes wetland areas in the Australian Alps above 750 metres.

Supporting Reclaim Kosci

Reclaim Kosci is led by the Invasive Species Council and supported by the National Parks Association of the ACT, National Parks Association of NSW, Colong Foundation for Wilderness and the Nature Conservation Council of NSW.