Hands up if the struggle to get the perfect Instagram shot of yourself is real. Your ‘Instagram boyfriend’ is over your demands and selfie sticks are just so 2016.

Is asking a passing random who doesn’t even make the effort to capture your perfect angle your final option?

Hmm…if only you had your own personal photographer to follow you around.

Say hello to The Selfie Butler. He is at your beck and call to make you #instafamous.

The initiative by Madame Tussauds in Sydney, gives you the chance to hire a ‘Selfie Butler’ to capture all your images during your visit to the iconic Darling Harbour attraction.

Available from now until March 18 the exclusive service includes one hour with a personal photographer to capture all your Insta-worthy pics on your device, for individuals or groups of up to five paying guests.


“Madame Tussauds is arguably one of the most photographed places in Sydney – everywhere you turn there is a photo opportunity. From the interactive sets to the outfits, props and accessories, the humble selfie just doesn’t do your experience justice.”

Mark Connolly, General Manager of Madame Tussauds Sydney.

“We’re excited to launch the Selfie Butler – it’s the first time we’ve done anything like it. The service will give our guests a break from the selfie, and ensures they get the perfect photo on their device every single time,” he said.

Meet-and-greet the Royal family, walk the catwalk and strike a pose with Megan Gale, and plant a kiss on the dreamy Liam Hemsworth; let the Selfie Butler capture the moment with all your friends without you having to even lift a finger (or leave anyone out!).


The Selfie Butler Service costs $55 and includes:

An entry ticket for one person into Madame Tussauds Sydney (usually $42 per adult).

A one hour session with an Selfie Butler (max five people per session – all additional guests must have a valid entry ticket).

Unlimited photos on your own device.


There are limited butlers available, so reserve your session HERE.

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Ridiculous or ingenious? What do you think of the Selfie Butler idea?