Koala Beach Photo Contest

Win & share 8000L in AMAZING PRIZES by showing us how you would spend your time on Koala Beach.

Don’t worry, it’s not about the best photo skills.

Second Life for me, is a medium to have fun first and foremost, therefore this contest is all about having a good time. What’s more, you get a chance to win awesome gift cards that you can use at most SL shopping events.

Your pics will have to be submitted to one of my themed Flickr Groups, tag Prisqua Newall, and title must include #KoalaBeach1stbirthdaycontest. If you have a different name from your SL account please add it to the description. An amusing/interesting story description is optional, but would be nice.

1st Place
2000L Gift card Trompe L’oeil
1000L Gift card RKKN
500L Ardent Poses
Runner up 250L Minimal+250L Chicchica

2nd Place
1000L Gift card thor
1000L Gift card chicchica
500L K&S poses
Runner up 500L gift card vexiin

3rd place
1000L Gift card minimal
500L foxcity Poses
Runner up 500L Gift Card MadPea

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The new and improved Koala Beach

One year of Aussie Shores Estate is fast approaching and I’m excited. First, it has to be a time of celebration. Second, it amazes me when thinking back about how Koala Beach started and how it looks like now.

Technically, Koala Beach is over a year old as I started by renting a homestead from a rental estate. When Linden Lab announced prices going down for regions, it was the best time to cut off the middle man and get my own on the 13th of July 2018. I had three tenants at the time and they followed suit.

Over the pat year, Koala Beach and the rentals have changed many times. Some say (I wouldn’t dare pointing fingers at Kahlan …) I’m hard to please, but the fact was Koala Beach wasn’t aligned with my vision, and sometimes it is hard to get a vision out of your head.

Fortunately, I have amazing tenants and friends who have helped build a better region. It wasn’t easy and there’s still lots of work to be done – or I always find something to do, but Koala Beach has reached a point where I’m satisfied with it. A few months back, I wasn’t online much because it bugged me