Photography Location Guide: Brisbane City Botanic Gardens
This is the third post in a series designed to give you the low-down on a few of my favourite locations to shoot, from the sand to the studio and in between. Previously, I posted about Lake Eden (you can find the link to that blog post here) and North Lakes Woodlands (you can find the link to that blog post here), but today I want to talk about somewhere right in the heart of Brisbane city.
Location: Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.
Nestled amongst the cityscape is this garden oasis, full of lovely spots for photography. Paid parking is available, as is disabled access, and you’ll find amenities throughout the gardens. It can be quite busy at times, but that never deters us!
We can schedule your session at the Botanical Gardens at any time of the day, making it a really flexible location. There are rotundas for shade and inclement weather, or just because! Think tree-lined, green, lush garden shots, beautiful water scenes by the pond, or sweeping long shots down Weeping Fig Avenue. Of course, there are also plenty of flowers around, or if you’d prefer, large open grassed spaces for the kids to run around.
As you can see, this is probably one of the most versatile locations on offer. I just love shooting here because of the variety – no two sessions are ever the same.
If Brisbane City Botanic Gardens sounds like the spot for your next session, you can contact BAC Photography via email at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you!