Choose Your Location

Sydney Harbour

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With the big black steel frame of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the curvy white roof of our Opera House, there’s a reason this harbour is one of the world’s most recognised.

Why we love shooting here:

Where to start? The grand steps and interesting shapes of the Opera House; the ferries busily chugging in the background; the beautiful expanse of the water looking over to Milsons Point and out to the heads; large green park spaces; the large heritage wooden docks of Walsh Bay. There are so many great places to shoot in and around Sydney Harbour.

Where we meet you:

Outside the Pier One at Sydney Harbour.  

See it here on Google Maps.

Bondi Beach

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Iconic Bondi Beach is a favourite of both Sydney tourists and locals. White sand, good surf, cool cafes, scenic walks, as well as colourful locals like the famous lifeguards.

Why we love shooting here:

It’s one of Sydney’s most photographed spots, and the location of countless TVs and movies (for a reason). Bondi Beach, just 15 minutes from the CBD, gives you sand, ocean and a cool urban location all rolled into one. We love capturing the laid-back beach vibes, as well as some of the colourful local buildings and buzz that make a great backdrop to your images.

Where we meet you:

Outside Lush Cafe at the Bondi Pavilion.  

See it here on Google Maps.

Milsons Point

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Located across the Harbour from Sydney’s CBD, Milsons Point is home to Sydney’s Luna Park (a heritage-listed amusement park), Olympic Pool North Sydney and some great park spaces.

Why we love shooting here:

Milsons Point, incorporating Kirribilli and Lavender Bay, is less busy than our other two locations, and offers a different perspective to the harbour, looking back toward the Opera House and Circular Quay. There are some great harbourside walks to get waterside photos, pretty gardens and green areas, as well as some unique views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Where we meet you:

Outside Luna Park (under the ‘big face’).  

See it here on Google Maps.