• Team Work
  •  Pretty Bird
  •  In Trouble
  • Tired Up
  • wave rider
  •  Taj Mahal
  • Snack
  •  The Meditator
  •  Murray Flood Plains
  • Airborne
  • Boat Rope
  • Cathedral Caves
  • Serenity
  •  Young boys riding
  • From Here to Eternity
  •  Shoes
  • oceans
  • Midnight Madness
  •  A Wanambal Boy
  • Towards The Light
  • Gun Beauty
  •  Stepping Out
  • Mary framed in gold
  • Power Of Light
  •  Centrepoint
  • Masts & Ropes
  • Kereru
  • zigs and zags
  • Last of the Summer Nectar
  • Just a Boy from the farm

Welcome to Whangarei Camera Club

Our next meeting is on Thursday 21st March which will be held at Herman Timber Ltd., Hikurangi.

Either meet at the Ambulance Station at 7.00pm to car pool, or go directly to the Mill - from Whangarei, turn right at the Hikurangi turn-off, first road on the right, over the train lines, then left, past the silo's into the HTL parking area - by 7.30pm.

The Photo Challenge on this night is to take images inspired by these topics: Worn By Time, Simplicity and Repeating Elements.

  • Bring your camera and a tripod if you have one.
  • Bring a flash - or use the one on your camera.
  • Wear old clothes (could be grease and oil about).
  • Cycle helmet if you have one (very easy to walk into ends of timber etc.)
  • Torch and/or headlamp, both would be ideal. Bring as strong a torch as possible for light painting.
  • Boots or good solid footwear (lots of things to trip over).
  • Cup or Mug for a brew afterwards. Tea, milk, sugar and biscuits will be there.
  • Tripod a definite for night photography.

There is a whole acre under roof so plenty of space to explore carefully!

About the club

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.