January 26, 2014 – Australian Day – Doodle 4 Google Australia
Today if you visit the Australian Google Search Engine homepage you will see an interesting looking Google Doodle on the Australian Google pages. The doodle today is announcing the “Doodle 4 Google Australia” winner.
Each year Google hold their Doodles competition in different countries across the globe, inviting school children to draw and submit their Doodles to Google based on the different themes that Google allows them to pick.
Todays “Doodle 4 Google Australia” was designed by Olivia Kong NSW from the Hornsby Girls High School Sydney, New South Wales and called Brain Matter.
Presumably the Doodle 4 Google Australia featured today is about balancing your life between academic and social activities. In the left hand side of the doodle there are things that are more logical and brain draining like chess, cubes and mathematics and on the right hand side of the Google Doodle image there are more creative things like music, dancing and sports.
In my opinion Olivia Kong designed a clever doodle, based on the science of how the mind works (Simple illustration) and incorporated these things into today’s doodle.
Doodle 4 Google Australia National Year Group Winners
Doodle 4 Google 2013 Years 1-3 Winner: Designed By Ryan Yoon from the Maroubra Junction Public School in New South Wales.
Titled: Where Dinosaurs Roam designed by Tata McIntyre from the Cronulla Public School also in New South Wales.
Doodle 4 Google 2013 Years 7-8 Winner Ride Around the World by Jorga Attard, New South Wales – St Pauls High School
Today’s Google Doodle “Doodle 4 Google Australia” announcement falls on the same day that Australia is celebrating Australia Day in Australia. I believe that the announcement of the “Doodle 4 Google Australia” winners is a great day to celebrated Australian Citizens and the talents they have, and what better way to showcase these doodles designed by Australia’s future leaders, workers parents and people!
If you are living in Australia, we here at 3D Car Shows would like to wish you a blessed Australian day, and to all the kids who participated in the Doodle 4 Google Australia congratulations and well-done!
Happy Australia Day!
Doodle 4 Google New Zealand
One day after the announcement of the Doodle 4 Google Australia Winners on Australia Day 26 January 2014 Google have announced the Doodle 4 Google New Zealand winners. The winner for the Doodle 4 Google New Zealand Competition is Deyvi Wilton from the Papanui Primary School in New Zealand. You can view the winners drawings at
and also read more about the competition.