Welcome to our camera club


Wangi Workers Camera Club is based at the Wangi Workers Club on the shores of Lake Macquarie at Wangi Wangi NSW

The club’s mission statement is:

“a shared enjoyment of the art and craft of photography in a learning environment”

Go to the about our club page for information on our club and what we do.

We belong to the Northern Photographic Federation

About our Club Competition Calendar 2019 Renew your Fees


Vacancy, Tutorial Co-ordinator – potentially job share

Would you like to help out with our monthly tutorials?  Have brilliant ideas for interesting topics?  Know the right kind of photographers we could invite to share their knowledge?  WE NEED YOU!!!

After a long time filling our tutorial sessions with interesting topics, John Frost is stepping down as Tutorial Co-ordinator.  BIG THANKS JOHN FOR ALL YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS.

John is quite happy to continue to help with tutorials, but would like someone to take over co-ordination.  Better still would be a small team to share the work and make it easier for everyone. 

If you’re interested, or just want to learn more please contact John, Toni or Susan


Reminder. Newcastle National closing date 26 November 2018

Here’s a message from Phil Whiteman, Exhibition Chairman

Just a reminder that the Newcastle National is closing on November 26th.

This is an Australian Photographic Society accredited and is one of the longest running print competitions in Australia.

Judging will occur prior to the Christmas period with results distributed shortly thereafter.

However, the exhibition of prints will remain as part of the Newcastle Show – 1st, 2nd & 3rd March 2019.

  • A maximum of four (4) entries allowed in each category.
  • Entry Fees:
    • Colour Print Section – $10.00 per section plus return postage
    • Monochrome Print Section – $10.00 per section plus return postage
    • Nature Print Section – $10.00 per section plus return postage
    • Photo Travel Section – $10.00 per section plus return postage

Please do not delay in preparing and sending your entries in to ensure they arrive in time.

Kind regards

Phil Whiteman

Exhibition Chairman


Good Luck everyone with your POTY entries! 

Hope you have a great night!

Unfortunately I won’t be there so please accept my apology.

Matt Golby (Vice President) will fill in for me and I am sure will do a great job! 

Kindest Regards 

Toni Conquest 


Long Exposure, Sunrise Shoot and Breakfast Social Outing

As follow up to October workshop

WHEN: Wednesday 28th November

Where: The rock ledge at the base of Norah Head Lighthouse (30-40 mins away)

Time:  Low tide 6.32 am Sunrise 5.37am .Best time to shoot at Norah Head. Ideally from low tide to about half tide (3hrs after the low) would be the correct time and the early morning for the “golden hour”, the first hour after sunrise would be the best light. Continue reading