Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Photography Expedition 2019

Ages: 18+ Length: 7 days Cost: $1,995.00

Head to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve for the photography trip of a lifetime! In this expedition, you will spend a week travelling to different spots around the pristine sanctuary searching for the perfect landscape or animal to photograph. New to the world of photography? Dont worry, Canon Collective Ambassador Greg Sullavan will be there to guide you with your new found passion! You’ll also be lead by Australia Zoo staff and rangers, who will point out the wonders of the reserve and make sure you get the best experience possible!

Day 1

You will be picked up from Weipa Airport and transferred to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve by crossing the Wenlock River that borders the reserve. Upon arrival, you will be given a camp induction and have time to set up camp, we like to refer to Camp Coolibah as 5 Billion Star accommodation... Just look up on your first night and you’ll see why!

Day 2 - 6

The action begins! Each morning you will depart with Greg and the Australia Zoo team to explore the reserve and search for that perfect shot!

Day 7

Check out time is at 10am. You will be transported from the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve to Weipa Airport, along with some incredible stories.

No, there is no need to take antimalarial medication, just personal medication that you require.
There are both flushing toilets and hot showers at Camp Coolibah.
Flights are not included in the price of the expedition.
A moderate level of fitness is recommended, there is a lot of hiking required as a part of the trip.
  • Water bottles x 2
  • Sleeping bag / Bedding
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries and medications
  • Sunscreen
  • Torch / Headlamp
  • Clothing
  • Enclosed shoes
  • Backpack
  • Towel
  • Camera / Batteries

The cost of the expedition includes camping equipment, food, transport from the airport and around the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve and Australia Zoo staff to ensure you get the best experience possible. Any remaining funds will help with wildlife research on the reserve.