Camera and Photography Clubs in Western Australia

Clubs Listed : 19

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Albany Photographic Society Inc. —- Visited: 310 Times


    Listing id: 17968

    Our club has existed in Albany for over sixty years. Our aim is to unite photographers in the Albany region through the thoroughly rewarding activity of taking and sharing photographs.

  • Belmont Camera Club Inc. —- Visited: 908 Times


    Listing id: 17961

    Meets at Function Room, Victoria Park Bowling Club, 18 Kent Street, East Victoria Park WA 6101
    Website 9472 0331…

  • Cam35 Camera Club —- Visited: 587 Times


    Listing id: 17962

    Cam35 Camera Club meets at RSL Hall 100-102 Kintail Road, Applecross WA 7:30 pm on the second Thursday of each month. (February to December)

  • GEM Camera Club Inc. —- Visited: 485 Times


    Listing id: 17963

    We meet on the last Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm “Kalamunda Town Square Hall Barber St.”

  • Goldfields Camera Club —- Visited: 321 Times


    Listing id: 17978

    The club is 100% digital with entries emailed to the competition director and projected at the club meeting for the Judges comments, no need to print and mount and you can enter even if you cant make it on the night.

  • Kwinana Camera Club —- Visited: 548 Times


    Listing id: 17981

    Kwinana & Districts Camera Club meets on the first Tuesday of the month for a workshop and the third Tuesday for a competition. Before each meeting begins the members enjoy a cuppa whilst chatting about all things photographic, including assisting each other with understanding their camera and how to better use it.

  • Mandurah Camera Club —- Visited: 435 Times


    Listing id: 17982

    Mandurah Photography Club Inc. is a local club for photography enthusiasts from beginners to the more experienced photographer. We enjoy competition nights, workshops, outings, social events and fellowship through photography.Join as a single member or as a family. For a nominal fee for the year you will enjoy the benefits of being part of a group of inspiring photographers.We enjoy outings and workshops to further enhance skills along with social evenings throughout the year.
    Website 0428 592 …

  • Margaret River Camera Club —- Visited: 164 Times

    Margaret River

    Listing id: 47648

    The Margaret River Camera Club was formed in 2007 and now has more than 30 enthusiastic members who meet monthly to share their passion. The Club comprises people of all ages and levels of experience who enjoy this fellowship where we aim to educate through discussion, workshops, guest speakers, competitions and hands-on activities in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30 pm at the Community Centre, Tunbridge St, Margaret River. New members and visitors are always welcome.

  • Melville Camera Club Inc. —- Visited: 730 Times


    Listing id: 17980

    This club was founded in 1964 by a small group of friends with an interest in photography and was then known as Cam 35 Camera Club. In 2008 the club became an Incorporated Body and the name was changed to Melville Camera Club Inc.

  • Northern Exposure Photographers Group Inc. —- Visited: 642 Times


    Listing id: 17971

    Our vision is to foster and nurture the practice of all aspects of photography in an environment that is relaxed, supportive and enjoyable. We currently have over 100 members, ranging in experience from novice to professional.

  • Rockingham Photography Club —- Visited: 365 Times


    Listing id: 17983

    The Rockingham Photography Club will provide a positive and alluring environment to encourage members, develop their skills and maintain their interest through constructive interaction

  • Swan Hills Photographic Society Inc, —- Visited: 396 Times


    Listing id: 17965

    The Swan Hills Photographic Society, (formerly the Swan Districts Camera Club) was formed in 1960 and has continued over the years to be a meeting place for people interested in photography.

  • Swan Valley Camera Club —- Visited: 398 Times


    Listing id: 17966

    The Swan Valley Camera Club was formed in 2005 following a successful ‘Artist in Residence’ programme and community exhibition run by the Ellenbrook Cultural Foundation. Based in Ellenbrook, it attracts camera enthusiasts from across Perth. We exist to help one another enjoy and grow in the art of photography, and perth photographers of all experience levels, from beginners to experienced enthusiasts, will find a place.

  • Wagin Camera Club —- Visited: 197 Times


    Listing id: 17985

    A gathering of like minded people who aim to enjoy and improve their photography through a sharing of knowledge.

  • West Australian Camera Club Inc. —- Visited: 729 Times


    Listing id: 17986

    he Western Australian Camera Club (WACC) meets at the Nollamara Community Centre on the first and third Monday of every month (except public holidays). The club caters for all levels of photographers from beginners to advanced. Film or digital media may be used and post-processing is unrestricted.

  • West Australian Photographic Federation —- Visited: 362 Times


    Listing id: 17979

    The Annual Convention arranged each year by a different Host Club with assistance from WAPF Committee, usually around May. The convention includes the inter-club photo competition, lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions of photography, tours and the fellowship of persons with shared interests.

  • Westside Photography Club Inc —- Visited: 661 Times

    Mt. Claremont

    Listing id: 17984

    The Club was founded in 1982 and caters for people of all ages who enjoy photography and wish to meet others with a similar interest as well as a desire to share their knowledge and improve their photographic skills.

  • Workshop Camera Club Inc. —- Visited: 575 Times


    Listing id: 17988

    The club meets every Wednesday night at 7:30 PM, with the first Wednesday of each month being a competition night. The meetings are held in the Canning Arts Centre on the corner of High Road and Riley Road, Riverton.