The club has been in existence as the Gold Coast Camera Club for over 50 years (records are a little unclear as to when we actually began). The name was changed in 2000 to the Gold Coast Photographic Society.
The Club averages between 80-100 members,this membership is growing rapidly. Meetings are held on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursdays of the month and every month there is a Club outing.
We have three grades for competition purposes, A grade, an intermediate AB grade and B (for beginners or new members).
For images created by our members go to our Galleries page
To enhance our photography through education and the sharing of knowledge.To provide the opportunity to meet like minded people to discuss and share our common interest in photography.To be involved in the community through exhibitions and workshops.