The First Ever World BioQuest is now over. See the results here.

US$15 entry fee (US$10 early bird by 5th May) - 50% supports participating environmental groups
(concessions for students and seniors)



Ready to win prizes while helping support biodiversity?

The First Ever World BioQuest runs from 20-22 May and celebrates International Day of Biological Diversity (22nd May). Competitors of all ages will explore our natural world on a quest to find and/or identify as many animals, plants and other living things as they can.

 The winning players will receive prizes and be featured in QuestaGame's online media. 

Submit your sightings through the fun outdoor mobile app - QuestaGame.

You'll receive expert feedback, and QuestaGame will score what you find based on rarity (by location and season).

Image: 'False garden mantis (Pseudomantis albofimbriata) by QuestaGamer Andrew Mc,  CC BY-NC .

Image: 'False garden mantis (Pseudomantis albofimbriata) by QuestaGamer Andrew Mc, CC BY-NC.

Prizes for

World BioQuest Champion

Highest overall score from both submitted sightings and identifications - Win a GoPro Hero5 Session Action Video Camera!

Champion Spotter

Highest score from submitted sightings 

Champion Identifier

Highest score from sightings identified 

Best find

Highest scoring single sighting 

Best photo

As judged through QuestaGame Facebook page 

...and more!

What else is in it for me?

The first ever World BioQuest will empower you to experience, learn about, and protect your local environment. You'll be taken on an adventure into nature, where you'll see the life around you in a whole new light.

  • experience nature on real outdoor adventures.

  • learn life's secrets with expert feedback on all your sightings.

  • help protect the environment 

    • your sightings will contribute to biodiversity research.

    • your entry fee will help support QuestaGame's environmental partners (learn how).

Read the media release for further info. Complete rules are here

QuestaGame Partners

Banner image: 'Bush Stone-curlew (Burhinus grallarius), by QuestaGamer Andrew Mc, CC BY-NC.