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Photography tours in Brisbane

Compare photography tours and photo workshops in Brisbane.

Capture the city of Brisbane and treasure your memories of everything from its iconic landmarks to its urban wildlife. Brisbane photography tours and workshops are led by local experts who’ll teach you how to be both tech-savvy and creative with your camera.

Whether you’re a Brisbane local looking to broaden your knowledge of photography, or a visitor keen to make the most of your trip to the Queensland capital, there’s a photo tour or workshop to suit you.

Brisbane sightseeing tours and photo workshops can be combined for a refreshing way to explore and rediscover the highlights. You’ll come away with professional-quality images and useful tips from a professional photographer.

Brisbane photography tour comparison

We’ve come up with a breakdown of some Brisbane photography tours, photo workshops and other ideas for getting the most memorable snaps of your time in Brisbane:

WhatCostInclusionsWhere to book
Brisbane Places, Landscapes and Travels – Photography WorkshopFrom $99 for 3 hours3-hour sightseeing tour and workshop with practical skillsViator
Smartphone Photography Class in BrisbaneFrom $99 for 3 hoursLearn how to get the most out of your smartphone and handy editing tools.RedBalloon
Night-time Photography Workshop in BrisbaneFrom $100 for 2 hoursLearn how to best capture the city light at night-time with this workshop starting just after sunset.RedBalloon
3-hour workshop$99 per person for 3 hoursPhotography workshop teaching you how to use your camera and photograph different buildings, people and nature spots by day or nightAlfonso
Free city toursFreeNot specifically photo tours, but a free public service offering personalised tours of Brisbane according to your area of interestBrisbane Greeters

What’s included in the price of a photography tour in Brisbane?

The best thing about a specialised photo tour in Brisbane is that you’ll be shown the best spots at the best time to photograph them, by someone who does it as a profession. The cost of the tour mainly covers the time and expertise of the photographer/guide. Be prepared with comfy shoes as there may be a lot of walking!

Brisbane photography spots

  • Queen Street Mall, the Wheel of Brisbane and Story Bridge are popular Brisbane icons and a good place to start your photo safari of the city.
  • For street art and quirky shots head to New Farm and Teneriffe.
  • Don’t miss Moreton Island at sunrise or sunset for capturing epic images over the water.
  • If wildlife and nature is your thing then plan a trip to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Australia Zoo or Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha (free guided walks are available too).
  • If you’re confident with your camera, a good option is to book onto a regular Brisbane sightseeing tour and capture it yourself along the way.

Who can take photography tours in Brisbane?

Photography tours can cater for all levels of expertise and you may be able to find one specifically for your ability and interests. Tours also make great gifts for:

  • Beginners
  • Amateurs
  • Visitors
  • Locals
  • Enthusiasts
  • Travel photographers
  • Retirees

Photography workshops and courses in Brisbane

Many photo studios in Brisbane offer photo workshops ranging from general photography instruction to family and makeover photo shoots. Check out Brisbane Photography Courses – there are also lots of deals on group buying sites like Groupon.


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