Sunday 21 February 2016

Air Adventure Australia's 10th Grand Outback Photography Tour with Ewen Bell

Sunset at Uluru, close ups of Tiwi Islanders, aerials of Kings Canyon, Aboriginal stockmen on horseback, a multitude of Top-End wildlife and many quintessential outback characters are just a few of the photo opportunities budding photographers will receive on Air Adventure's annual Outback Photography Tour.

With just a few seats remaining, this unique tour is set to depart 26 May 2016 and is led by multi award-winning photographer Ewen Bell. Over 14 days, photographers of varying ability can combine their passion for photography and travel in remote Australia.

“With a maximum of 8 passengers on tour, I really enjoy spending quality time with each and every member of the group to guide them in developing new skills and the backdrop we provide to do this is like no other” said tour leader and professional photographer Ewen Bell.

This small group of keen photographers take off in Air Adventure's private 'Outback Jet' from Melbourne's Essendon Airport. The tour includes well-known idyllic locations for landscape photography such as Kings Canyon, Uluru and Faraway Bay. It also takes in lesser known, more remote and arguably more scenic locations of Tiwi Islands, Bungle Bungle and Parachilna. The professional tour guides along the way will share their knowledge on the places visited whilst Ewen Bell will assist in capturing the essence of the locations through colours, lines and contrasts.

“It's not just the hours from sunrise to sunset that will offer exceptional photo opportunities. In locations such as Home Valley Station, where there is no artificial light, the night sky is so bright it opens a completely new avenue for images” said Bell.

With the tutoring from Ewen Bell, photographers will find themselves taking night photo's they never imagined possible.

Non photographers are not forgotten on this tour, with a vast array of touring opportunities including barramundi fishing, wetland cruises and a private tour of a million acre cattle station by indigenous guides just to name a few.

This tour is ideal for enthusiasts, amateurs or professionals wishing to further their skills. They can impress followers on Instagram, create a coffee table book that is the envy of friends or just experience the delights of outback Australia.

This 14 day Grand Outback Photography Tour departs: Essendon Airport, Melbourne on 26 May 2016.

Cost: AUD 17,990 per person, twin share, truly all-inclusive. Single accommodation please add AUD 1,200 (single accommodation is limited).

For additional information click here.

For bookings call 1800 033 160, email or visit

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