Join the Canon Collective Team on Lady Elliot Island for 5 days of diving, snorkeling and aerial photography from a C210 plane. Grab your bathers, mask and snorkel and disconnect from the world for a week on the pristine Southern Great Barrier Reef, just East of Bundaberg. Don't have a camera? Don't worry, we've got enough land & underwater loan gear to cover everyone, every day for the duration of this specialised small-group adventure.
Please note: The event is suited for people with a Padi/SSI dive certification with a minimum qualification of "open water". Don't worry if you don't have a license - contact your local dive shop today and get certified. It's a simple process of theory, practical & open water testing and it's a lifetime certification. It will take a life time to explore the world below the waterline, so what are you waiting for?
Whether you've never explored the reefs with a camera in your hands or you're an advanced underwater photographer, this week will suit those with the desire to try something new whilst sharing your time with like-minded explorers.
Full Itinerary will be supplied in pre-departure to all guests.
|Flights ex Hervey Bay or Bundaberg|
|5 nights accommodation in your choice of rooms (see room type options listed below)|
|Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily|
|1 Guided Snorkel Boat|
|Loan snorkel equipment (mask, snorkel & fins)|
|9 dives, inc tanks and weights (additional hire gear is extra, ie. BCD, regs, dive computer, wetsuit etc)|
|Workshop tuition from our Canon Collective Ambassadors|
|Access to over 100kg of pooled loan gear (huge selection of lenses and full frame bodies)|
|Your very own full time dive & snorkel camera for the duration of the workshop|
|2 x professionally mounted A3 prints|
|Special final night surprise event (Codenamed the Swap Shed)|
Underwater, Landscape, Astro, Aerials
A pool of loan gear will be avaiable to the participants of the workshop
A general fitness level is required. We recommend closed toe shoes for walking. As this event takes place outdoors, please be mindful of your surroundings.