Ann Britton - Inaugural Champion

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Ann Britton

Remote Queensland grazier and outback photographer

Ann is a grazier from Boulia, 1716 kilometres north-west of Brisbane in the channel country of western Queensland.

Ann fell in love with the landscape and the unique ambience of the outback as soon as she arrived as a 15 year old.

Ann is also one of Australia's most well-known outback photographers and vocal advocates for rural and regional Australians and the agricultural sectors.

Ann is striving to connect with those who have not been fortunate enough to experience the awe inspiring vastness and the everyday happenings of an outback station.

Ann currently uses digital mediums to share her story and link with others including:

  • personal blog

  • social media channels

  • Ann Britton outback photography website

  • 7QH commercial online gallery

Digital technology has afforded Ann with the opportunity to enter the global marketplace, with her photography works now hanging in homes throughout Australia and all around the world.

Ann also has a long standing commitment to defending the beef industry and primary production in general.

Starting out a social media novice, her campaign regarding the export of beef in 2013, which created a ‘twitter storm’, is a prime example of the reach and impact an individual can have with the aid of digital technology.

The connections she has made and discussions she engenders have made her a go to person for many in the online world as well as television, radio and newspapers journalists both rural and metropolitan.

Ann is motivated to share her digital technology learnings and experiences with others in remote regions. In partnership with the Rapid Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) she plans to deliver digital awareness and engagement workshops via online GoToMeetings.


Ann Britton

Remote Queensland grazier and outback photographer

Ann is a grazier from Boulia, 1716 kilometres north-west of Brisbane in the channel country of western Queensland.

Ann fell in love with the landscape and the unique ambience of the outback as soon as she arrived as a 15 year old.

Ann is also one of Australia's most well-known outback photographers and vocal advocates for rural and regional Australians and the agricultural sectors.

Ann is striving to connect with those who have not been fortunate enough to experience the awe inspiring vastness and the everyday happenings of an outback station.

Ann currently uses digital mediums to share her story and link with others including:

  • personal blog

  • social media channels

  • Ann Britton outback photography website

  • 7QH commercial online gallery

Digital technology has afforded Ann with the opportunity to enter the global marketplace, with her photography works now hanging in homes throughout Australia and all around the world.

Ann also has a long standing commitment to defending the beef industry and primary production in general.

Starting out a social media novice, her campaign regarding the export of beef in 2013, which created a ‘twitter storm’, is a prime example of the reach and impact an individual can have with the aid of digital technology.

The connections she has made and discussions she engenders have made her a go to person for many in the online world as well as television, radio and newspapers journalists both rural and metropolitan.

Ann is motivated to share her digital technology learnings and experiences with others in remote regions. In partnership with the Rapid Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) she plans to deliver digital awareness and engagement workshops via online GoToMeetings.