There is something so beautiful and intricate about butterflies. With colourful, detailed wings and tiny adorable faces, photographing butterflies is a fascinating art for itself.
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary provides a smorgasbord of beautiful photo opportunities. As well as providing a range of colourful tropical butterflies, the aviary itself has some spots that are so photogenic you think they would have been taken from the pages of a fairy tale book.
Bookmark this page for next time you visit the Butterfly Sanctuary; here’s the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary photos that you NEED to copy!
1.In Front Of Our Butterfly Wings
Photo buy @ren_johnstone
If you’ve never thought of what it would be like to be a butterfly, you’re lying! Make your dreams of flying one step closer with our adorable butterfly wing props.
There’s nothing cuter than toddlers and little children pretending to be butterflies, just look at the photo above!
Stand in front of our Ulysses Butterfly wings or Cairns Birdwing wings for cute and quirky holiday shots that you’ll want to share with your family and friends.
2. Close Up With Butterflies
It’s always great when our customers and butterflies share the same taste in hats! Wearing a lightly coloured hat is a great idea if you would like butterflies to land on you, as these critters see in ultraviolet!
3. On our Bridge
Our Butterfly Lover’s Bridge wouldn’t look out of place in a fairytale! This curved red bridge is surrounded by contrasting green rainforest plants and has enough butterflies to make you think you have been transported to a magical world. It’s safe it say that this place makes for fantastic photographs.
4. Of Our Cairns Birdwing Butterfly
Photo by @seachelles.photography
The number one of all Australian Butterfly Sanctuary photos has to be the vibrant greens Cairns Birdwing Butterfly. This butterfly, which is the largest in Australia, is synonymous with Cairns and the Tropical North.
5. Of Our Feeding Station
Photo by @wickedbubble
Our feeding stations are pretty much like all you can eat buffets for our butterflies, so you are sure to capture more than one critter in a shot.
Ready to recreate these Australian Butterfly Sanctuary photos? Book a tour today!