Welcome to The Entrance Camera Club Incorporated.

We are a group of enthusiastic photographers situated on the Central Coast of NSW.

The club was formed on November 27th, 1959. Members comprise people from all backgrounds, retired people, younger people, photographers who began with film and in the darkroom, some who have started photography in the digital age, expert award winning photographers and new photographers who have just purchased their first camera.

A passion for photography is the common interest. The Entrance Camera Club Inc. is affiliated with The Federation of Camera Clubs (N.S.W) Inc.

Our Monthly Club meeting is held at the CWA Hall, 1 Pacific Street, Long Jetty, on the second Friday evening of each month, (except January & December) at 7.00pm viewing for a 7.30pm start. At the meeting, digital and printed images are critiqued, judged and awarded. The printed photographs are displayed around the room, so that after the formal part of the meeting, members may view and discuss the entries.

Each Friday morning a group of club members have a photo walk locally usually followed by coffee. These outings are are good way to meet members and to discuss photo ideas, techniques and equipment.


The Monthly Competitions form the basis of the club. The critiquing, subsequent discussions with the judges and other members are all great ways to learn new photographic techniques which you can then try yourself the next time the opportunity arises.

The Large Print competitions in both Monochrome & Colour are divided into three Grades, B Grade, A Grade and Advanced. This is aimed to assist our new photographers and challenge our most experienced members. B Grade is for our newer as well as less experienced members. A Grade is for our more experienced photographers, While Advanced caters for our most experienced members. In this way it is hoped all our members are competing on a more level basis, while still seeing the images and hearing the judges’ comments for all grades. Our Digital Image competition is a single Non-Graded competition open to all members.

Our “Print and Digital Image Of The Year” Awards Night is the Grand Finale of the Club’s year, held in place of the December meeting. The awards are presented to the winners of the monthly pointscore competitions and for Image Of The Year in each section. A spectacular display of the winning works of the club members throughout the year is the centre piece of the night. Three additional special competitions are also held at the awards night, The Hilton Chalmers Memorial Trophy for the Nature Digital Image Set of the Year, The Nature Print Set of the Year and the Ace’m Creative Print Set of the Year.

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Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
The Club Meeting is held on the second Friday evening of each month,(except January) 7.00pm viewing for an 7.30pm start. At the meeting images which have been submitted for the competitions are critiqued, judged and awarded.[...]
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Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Unfortunately, Due to Covid-19 restrictions and following guidelines from the NSW Dept of Education the Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College has advised that no community use of the Dolphin Theatre (OUR USUAL VENUE) will be available[...]


Little Beach Bouddi National Park:–meet at the end of Graham Road McMasters Beach at 9am. There is a short walk to the beach down a steep road. Panoramic sea views and interesting rock formations. Coffee after at Avoca Bowling Club.

by Arthur Roy, October 21, 2020


Friday walkers meet at the Long Jetty at Long Jetty at 8am to photograph sculptures, birds etc. Afterwards at Diggers RSL for coffee.

by Arthur Roy, October 14, 2020


This Friday at 9am meet at Blackbutt Forrest Carnley Avenue Kotara. Free entry and parking fees are $4 per hour. Native animals, birds, reptiles on show as well as Peacocks displaying. Great place for the grandchildren. Bring picnic or get refreshments from kiosk there.

by Arthur Roy, October 7, 2020


This Friday walk to Box Head-meet at end of Hawk Head Drive Kilcare at 9am for a 1.6km easy walk plus return. Bush views and sea and coastal vistas. Coffee after at Avoca Bowling Club Avoca Drive Avoca. COVID restrictions apply.

by Arthur Roy, September 30, 2020


This Friday we visit the Newcastle Wetlands Centre at Shortland and meet there at 9am. We understand that the ponds are full and Spring has attracted many varieties of birds-some with young- as well as insects such as Dragon Flies so we should have plenty of photographic subjects. Morning /Lunch has been reserved for 15 walkers (the average number we are getting ).To sit down at 11 am.

by Arthur Roy, September 23, 2020


Meet at 9am at junction of Mark St and The Old Pacific Hway Swansea to walk a track parallel to Mark St and then turn right to walk to Galgabba Pt. Forecast for a cloudy day , ideal for photographing Mangroves and Eucalypts. Coffee after at Doylson/Wyee RSL.

by Arthur Roy, September 16, 2020


This Friday at 9am we visit Elephant Rock on the Patonga Road. Meet at the bend in the road 1.8 km further than the Pearl Beach turnoff. As this is a medium climb some walkers may prefer to photograph the waratahs accessible along this stretch of road. Gather for coffee after at Patonga. No need to book there.

by Arthur Roy, September 9, 2020


This Friday the 4th September meet at Crackneck Lookout Bateau Bay at 9am. To photograph wild flowers and scenic sea vistas. Afterwards for coffee at The Entrance Leagues Club Bateau Bay. Please book ahead for coffee as we have a limit of 10 and no “split bookings ” possible.

by Arthur Roy, September 2, 2020


Barry Collier will lead a walk at a spot between Patonga and Pearl Beach at 9am Friday next.. Please meet at a parking area 1.8 km further along the Patonga Road after you pass the Pearl Beach turnoff. There the Patonga Rd turns sharply left but park on the right at that bend. Barry will organise the conveyance of walkers from there to the rock platform. Of interest will be unusual rock formations and wild flowers in bloom. Coffee after at Umina RSL Sports Club.

by Arthur Roy, August 26, 2020


This Friday meet at the car park Wangi Rd Myuna Bay (not the camp-but where the main road meets the water.) to walk to the Eraring hot water outlet to view Terns fishing and Sea Turtles feeding and other flora and fauna. Meet at 8am for a short , flat, easy walk. Please advise if you want to be booked for coffee afterwards.

Also be advised Meredith McKay has some camera gear for sale:-camera, lenses, tripo and filters. Contact on mobile 0418451833

by Arthur Roy, August 19, 2020