Moonwalking. While it raises connotations of Michael Jackson blowing minds by moving backwards while seemingly walking forwards, it also has a newer, geekier meaning. Walking in the moonlight. Sydney tour company Understand Down Under has launched a nighttime walk through the Royal National Park, using moonlight and glowsticks to guide you through the bush.
The tour starts with a photography lesson on night photography, as well as instructions on how to paint with light. The treks include candlelit dinners and sunrise breakfasts, offering a chance to get intimate with the Australian bushland.
You can choose between a 4km or 8km trek, offering options for all levels of fitness, with the whole experience lasting between 14 and 18 hours.
Costing $249 per person, it sounds like an amazing experience for anyone looking to learn a bit more about shooting at night, or just want to enjoy a different experience in one of the country's most iconic natural areas.