• reflection -1
  • Memories Of Our Summer Holidays
  •  Mother Duck
  • Rural evening
  • passing by
  •  Low Tide
  • town Basin Bridge
  • Cave Dinasour
  • Just a Boy from the farm
  • Light Dance
  • Both Aging Well
  • Which Way Now
  • In Uniform and Ready to Save
  • Pay & Weigh - Embracing the Free Economy
  •  I LoveYou
  • Central Crater & Blue Lake
  •  Time for lunch
  •  last light
  • C
  • The Angry Mountain
  • Rough Ride
  • Girl Unmasked
  •  Jandles left behind
  • OnePersonSwingBridge
  • From Kauri Mountain,Whangarei Heads
  • I Came Out Of The Box
  • Dynamic dunescape
  • upon reflection m
  • Graffiti Gallery
  • Water Air Life

Welcome to Whangarei Camera Club

    What's happening next

Happy New Year everybody. Does your New Year resolution include anything to do with cameras and/or photography? A good one might be to take heaps of holiday shots and finish your Self Assignment.

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

The first meeting for the year is on Thursday 1st February. Bring along your Self Assignment - prints only - and your best Holiday Shot print. Open is the usual  - both for Print and Projected. All of the above need to be uploaded to the web page - just one shot of your Self Assignment, please.

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.


  First Equal.

              Age-old Formula by Colin Booth

             Formation by Earle McKinney


        Early - Pam Stephen - Winner

Early Misty Magic - Christine Frost - Runner-up.


The underground camera crew almost ready to descend.


       Congratulations to Peter Cornes.

                       "Long Board"


Graham and some of the club enjoying supper.