– 1 dayWetlands

Photographic Safari

Daily Overview

Leaving the bustling CBD of Adelaide behind our deidicated 4WD’s take you to the Cockle town of Goolwa, about an hour’s easy drive. From Goolwa we embark on our own fully catered tour vessel for the journey past the mouth of the longest river in Australia, the Mighty Murray River. Stopping at our leisure to capture this most remote part of South Austrlia. Over 5 hours you will eperience the Coorong in all it’s glory under the watchful eye of local Photographer Leon Mead, ultimately dismbarking at a remote location on Younghusband Peninsula to to be immersed in this richly indigenous land. Returning later in the afternoon provides the opportunity for rich golden light to flood the remote waterways fo the coorong, capturing migratory birdlife and local flaura and fauna.


DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Focused Expeditions – 144 South Tce Adelaide at 08:00
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 30 mins before to load equipment
Accomodation Meals
Local transportation Professional Photographer
Photography Equipment
Personal snacks

Suitable outdoor clothing & bushwalking shoes



Equipment Required

Participants must bring:

  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • Casual clothes suitable for bush, outings and events.
  • Warm jacket and gloves.
  • Hat and sunglasses.
  • Bathers (weather dependant).
  • Camera Equipment including Tripod.
  • Full gear including camera body, lenses and filters.
  • Spare Batteries.
  • Plenty of storage cards.
  • Laptop loaded with Photoshop or Lightroom.
  • Card Reader.
  • Any medications.
  • Personal Snacks.
  • Journal for recording your adventure.
  • Towel.
  • Toiletries.

Customers should note due to weather and access conditions substitutions may occur to any location or activity.

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