Corio Bay Camera Club provides a friendly atmosphere where members and visitors can socialise and improve their photographic skills. We encourage membership from all age groups and skill levels. Experienced members actively assist newcomers.
The club was formed in June 1954 as the Ford Camera Club by a group of Ford employees and has been a member of the Victorian Association of Photographic Societies since 1956.
We have been known as the “Corio Bay Camera Club” since September 1, 1977 and became an Incorporated Association in April 1985.
Visitors and prospective members are always welcome to come along to our meetings which are held at 7.30pm on the 2nd, 4th & 5th Thursdays of the month from the fourth Thursday in January to the last Thursday in November at our rooms at Osborne House, Swinburne Street, North Geelong, 3215. See Map
Special Interest groups also meet at other times. Contact Us for more details.
The annual adult membership fee is $50 (Pensioner, Junior, Student or Concession $40).
On Thursday 2nd October the Click n Chat group will run the first of five "Come and Try" sessions as part of the Geelong Seniors Festival. These will run from 10 am till noon on each Thursday during October. On Thursday night we will have the syllabus planning meeting. On Thursday October 9 [more]
Winners of the Geelong Cemeteries Trust photographic competition were announced at a function at the Gordon Gallery on Tuesday September 23. The competition was open to members of the Bellarine, Geelong and Corio Bay Camera Clubs. The winning image belonged to Lyn Northam from Bellarine. Second [more]
Simon Brown from the Williamstown Camera Club judged the September competition. Open Print Winner: "Flying Kite" - Ian Creek Merit: "Escape" - Bella McRae Open EDI Winner: "Contemplation" - Hayley Jones Merit: "Dreaming Dragon" - Nadia Paul Merit: "Scaly" - Jack Jansen Merit: "Beach [more]
A small audience convened at Osborne House on Saturday night for this year's interclub competition between Colac, Bellarine and Corio Bay Camera clubs. Judging was done by a panel of three from the Melbourne Camera Club, represented on the night by David Purdue. Colac was once again the [more]