Do you have a creative idea to help stop cyberbullying? Why not submit your creation to share the message that cyberbullying is never OK in our communities?

Your submission can be a video, a photo, a painting or even a song or poem – this is your chance to express yourself through whatever medium you want.

The competition closes midnight 10 May 2020.

Design brief

We're looking for creative pieces that:

  • encourage people to think about how they behave online
  • share the message that cyberbullying is never okay.

What you can't do

We can't accept creations that:

  • use other people's creative content or music
  • use graphic images or language, or depict the use of drugs and alcohol.

Who is eligible to apply?

Entries can be received from young people who:

  • are aged between 10 and 16 years
  • are Queensland residents or who go to school in Queensland
  • have parent/guardian consent.

What prizes can be won?

Up to $5,000 in prizes is available to successful entrants, including:

  • 6 x $500 vouchers for the 6 winning entries
  • 10 x $200 vouchers for 10 runners-up.

The winning entries will be published to the Stop Cyberbullying website and shared on our social media channels.

How young people can apply

  1. Read the terms and conditions (DOCX, 173 KB).
  2. Upload your creation using the online application form.
  3. Upload a parent/guardian consent form (DOCX, 139 KB) as part of your online application.
  4. Make sure your creation has a focus on helping to stop cyberbullying.


If you have any questions about the competition, please email the Office for Youth on