‘Coo-ee’ is a bush call, amazingly audible over long distances, first used by Australian Aboriginals and recorded in 1790. It was later adopted by timber-getters to attract attention. The coo-ee call is as Australian as our best-known icons and is still used today, more often as a friendly call, both out in the bush and in the city.
We only licence Rights Managed images.
Our pricing is geared towards the price-conscious-end user. The price is based on usage.
Call us to discuss this with actual examples.
While our collection is of still images, it is possible for production companies to incorporate animationand movement, especially into historical images.
Not at the present. Check back later for information on possible print sales.
Discounts are available for bulk orders.
We recommend photographers firstly contact us for a chat.
Coo-ee Picture Library’s founder and Chief Photographer is Ron Ryan.
Coo-ee Picture Library came into existence in 1986 after a name change from Photographic Agency of Australia which started in 1978.
‘Coo-ee’ is a Registered Trademark and is not connected with any other business calling itself Coo-ee.