Learn the art of photography using the beautiful sights of Sydney as your backdrop. Explore iconic landmarks, hear fascinating tales of the early colonial settlement and enjoy a ferry ride across the harbour to Cockatoo Island, all while improving your skills.
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as you take a short ferry trip to Cockatoo Island to discover the colonial prison walls, silent warehouses and relics of a shipbuilding past. Be awed by the grand arch of the Harbour Bridge and architecture of the Opera House as you make your way to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Your local guide, who doubles as a professional photographer, will share tips and tricks on capturing beautiful images of the world-famous harbour. The return ferry ride will drop you to Barangaroo where you'll walk the backstreets of Walsh Bay and the Rocks, Observatory Hill and Nurses Walk, taking photographs and learning more about Sydney's colonial past. Leave with camera confidence and a plethora of images that you are proud of!
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Maximum of 10 participants.
The provider reserves the right to reschedule or cancel an event due to weather or other circumstance.
Comfortable walking shoes, hat and sunscreen. It is also recommended you bring a pen, fully charged camera battery and a clean memory card.
This tour will take place in The Rocks, Barangaroo and Cockatoo Island.