Walk with a local, your guide is an approved tour guide and professional photographer.
They specialise in private dawn, daytime, twilight tours and workshops.
Day tours can be combined and customised to include coastal and Blue Mountains or the central west Goldfields for your convenience.
The Southern Highlands six hours and Sydney’s Rocks three hour tours are stand alone.
Join them on the stunning beaches, bush tracks, rain forests and heritage locations available in New South Wales.
You are accompanied throughout your tour not simply dropped off to find your own way.
You will never forget it.
Adventure and Outdoors Tours Australian Tourism Accreditation Basic Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Extended Family Friendly Full Day Half Day or Less Land - Motorised Land - Self Propelled Moderate Nature and wildlife Non Smoking Professional Tour Guide Association of Australia Public Toilet Sightseeing Tours Tour Guiding Association Walking and Biking Tours
From $257.82 to $1546.92
This six hour tour ticks all the boxes with is magnificent panoramas as you journey south from Sydney through Bundeena and the Royal National Park to the harbour city of Wollongong.
An early morning start time is from Audley Village in the national park with its adjacent rain forest and Hacking River
Start at dawn on the cliff tops of the South Pacific Ocean as the sun rises. The rock formations which are old sea bed were created by a range of volcanos which built the east coast of Australia 240 million years ago.
The cliffs and rainforest support a range of wildlife including resident Sea Eagles. You may see a variety of fauna, including migrating whales in May, June and July.
As the tour move south through the park you will visit beaches, inlets and lookouts.
Refreshments can be obtained at a number of location on the journey.
The tour finishes at picturesque harbour city of Wollongong with its own small fishing fleet and double lighthouses.
Wollongong is known for its surfing and fine beaches which it shares with many of the coastal villages you will pass throughCarpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $140 to $175
Visit the finest harbour in the world and discover Sydney’s heritage and convict history with your camera.
The Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Opera House and the Rocks.
Walk the narrow streets and alleyways and see treasures from First Settlement. Whaling, thieves, gangs and the plague are part of Sydney’s past.
Visit the observatory and guns at Dawes Point as you view the Harbour.
Walk around Farm Cove and Campbells Cove passing the Harbour Bridge south pylon.
Your guide and photography teacher is Internationally recognised photographer and tour guide assessor Ken Hall.
Best time to start 7am to 8am.Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $386.73 to $2320.38
Your three hour nature tour starts from Audley on the Hacking River.
Your guide is an experienced photographer and approved tour guide licensed for NSW National Park locations.
These locations include: The Hacking River; Audley village; Bundeena; Port Hacking; Wattamolla mid week only; Coastal Track look for sea eagles plus migrating southern right and humpback whales in September, October and November.
This ancient coastline which was created by a string of volcanoes 240 million years ago provides a variety of shapes, colours, and textures.
Animals are nocturnal, rarely seen during daylight hours but there is an abundance of bird life.Carpark Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $200 to $250
Explore with your camera the ‘posh’ and convict areas of Sydney through the backstreets. See fine buildings, lots of colour, a treasure trove of experiences.
You will walk cobblestone lanes and alleyways as they lead you away from Macquarie Street with its NSW Parliament, Eye Hospital Parliament, early convict barracks and a church which could have been a courthouse.
Visit the First Fleet Flagship HMS Sirius and the huge horizontal tree high above the streets.
Wander through the houses of the wealthy and the poor through heritage archaeological sites.
Pass pubs and restaurants new and old in pleasant parks.
From $200 to $250
A three hour tour designed to take advantage of the short winter days in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range.
One can encounter frost and mist which along with beautiful sunrise and cloud formations helps photographers create stunning compositions.
The tour starts before sunrise at Picton enabling the photographer to set up prior to visiting locations near Cobbitty, Camden and Menangle.
Then the race is on, there is limited time at each location which challenges you to get your shots.
All locations are rural with one providing the right light, frost and mist for a Adobe Perfect Winner of the Years 2012 shot.
The tour finishes in Camden around 9am with coffee and a chat about photography and how to improve on what you achieved.