Open Forest at Kallista

This forest actually links to the forest at Selby but this area has a totally different feel. It offers a large cleared area of grassland surrounded by beautiful gum trees and the area is home to hundreds of butterflies during the summer months. There are dragons nests to explore which have been built by locals and a wide open path to travel along. Kookaburras are plentiful and lyrebirds can sometimes be spotted in the undergrowth. This spot is ideal for dawn or dusk sessions and is a 400 meter walk from the nearest carparking. As part of the Dandenong Ranges National Park dogs cannot be included in sessions at this location.

Couple with baby in forest at Kallista
Family on path with sunlight streaming through gums in Kallista
Black and white image of couple with sleeping baby by Kate Cashin Photography
Portrait of toddler boy in blue jumper by Kate Cashin Photography
Family portrait of parents and children by Kate Cashin Photography
Portrait of couple in bushland in Dandenongs
Family of three in forest by Kate Cashin Photography
Family portrait by Kate Cashin Photography with young boy in foreground
Parents aeroplaning baby in forest in Kallista
Portrait of girl in navy dress with plaits
Family of four walking along path in Sherbrooke Forest
Boy in white shirt in forest in Melbourne
Baby boy in yellow beanie by Melbourne family photographer Kate Cashin
Barefoot girl in yellow coat dancing in wet grass at Kallista
Family with two boys taken by Melbourne photographer Kate Cashin
Young brown haired boy taken by Melbourne photographer Kate Cashin