Due to the current difficult circumstances everyone is experiencing we are pleased to announce our Online Photography Course Sale.

We know people are doing it tough and we also know a lot of people are home at present and it is a perfect opportunity to do a course. Money in a lot of households has been reduced so to help ease the pain a bit our Professional Photography Course is now on sale at $549.00 down from $799.00 for an indefinite period until the world gets back to normal.

This is a great course delivered fully online. It consists of twelve modules with nine being compulsory and the remaining three being student choice electives. This means the electives are things you choose from our available list based on your interests. Our course suits all ages and skill levels and we will have you in full control of your camera in no time.

We also include instruction on Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom in this course so you will know what to do with your images when you get home.

Our tutors are all qualified professional photographers who also hold current Australian qualifications in training and assessment. We offer 24×7 student support and you have your own tutor assigned to you for the whole time you are studying with us. For those that like, we also offer a non-compulsory student forum on Facebook.

Our sale price applies to pay in full or any of our flexible payment plan options.

All you need to do this course is a DSLR or Mirrorless camera and the desire to learn. We can help with the rest.

Beat the boredom and jump on board and Enrol with us now!


From 30/3/2020 this offer cancels all other current offers and coupons and is the only current discount offer we are running until further notice.




We recently found ourselves at the Hebel Hotel which sits just on The Queensland side of the border with New South Wales.

This is one of those legendary outback pubs and has some stories to tell.

The hitching rails you can see out the front are the originals used to tether horses to and this pub was used as a Cobb and Co stopover.

Another noted story which is widely claimed is that Dan Kelly and Steve Hart from the legendary Ned Kelly gang resided In the Hebel area under assumed names and that they frequented the Hebel Hotel.

Hebel was once known as Kelly’s Point and changed name to Hebel in the early 1890s. Possibly named after a local german family.

Great spot to stop and have a cold drink and take some images.

If ever you are out this way check out the Hebel Pub.