• Little Cutie Pie
  • Splashing Over
  • Shadow Lady
  • Ready to Eat c
  • Waipu Cave
  • Fork Wine Refraction
  • Serenity
  • Form and Simplicity
  • Symbols Of Changing Cultural Influences m
  • Sand Dune Patens
  • Rough Ride
  • Out for a walk c
  • My Best Bonnet
  • No Road No Rules,  Up Here
  • last painted in
  • The Angry Mountain
  •  Beyond the Ordinary
  • Sunset Pussy Willow
  • Forlorn
  • Impatience
  •  Afternoon Sun
  • Sunrise
  •  Ghost Rider
  • Having Fun
  •  Rodeo cowboy
  • Pecking order
  • Fly Swot
  • Evening Reflections
  • Waiau River Bridge
  • mouth wide open

Welcome to Whangarei Camera Club

    What's happening next

Our next meeting is on Thursday 7th June.  We will hear the results from our previous competitions -  Animal Potraiture and Avian.  Images for Northland Landscape and Open (projected and print) will also be due on this night. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

You can download a copy of this year's Competitions plus check out the list of subjects for the Interclub competition by clicking on  'INFORMATION', then 2018 Competitions.

The Whangarei Camera Club encourages hobby and professional photographers to hone their creativity and photography skills through regular local and national competitions, projects, self-assignments and workshops. New members are always most welcome.

When and where do we meet?

On the first and third Thursdays of each month.
Start time - 7.30pm.       At St. John Ambulance Station, Western Hills Drive, Whangarei - past where the helicopters land - in Classroom 1.


Congratulations to Bruce Dorset - Ruffle My Feathers.


Congratulations to: Doug Stewart - 'Cruising the Blue'

              Kelly Cameron - 'Peketa Beach'


Congratulations to:
          Donna Russell  (Winner) Windworn.

and Pamela Stephens (Runner-Up)
                      Whau Valley Dam


       Winner: Ruth Mooney - 'R n R On the Water'

        Runner-up: Jean Hawken - Thru the Fog


             Doug Stewart - 'Taking a Break'

                Christine Frost - 'Re-Cycling'