I took this south-facing, wide-angle, image, from the MAS "dark sky" site at The Oaks, NSW. The observing field is behind a sportsground and unfortunately the local rugby team had a game on. The floodlights are 200m behind the camera but as can be seen, they clearly illuminated the trees 100m ahead of the camera!
Despite this, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are easily visible. The brightest star is Canopus.
30 seconds at ISO 2000, f/3.5, focal length: 10 mm, FOV: 108deg (diag). Camera static on tripod.