I am very excited to announce this brand new 3 day Freycinet Photography Tour! The first of these tours will run from June 5-7, 2018.
Two Nights at the Freycinet Lodge
This new tour will run in the same format as my Cradle Mountain and Bay of Fires trips, in that each participant will enjoy their own private room – this time in the luxurious Freycinet Lodge!… Read more →
The Wineglass Bay Cruise is a great way to see the wonders of the Freycinet National Park from a unique perspective. The highlight is of course the wonderful geology of the area – the granite cliffs and sandy beaches that make this National Park such a great place to visit and explore… Read more →
The Bicheno Blowhole is a nice little spot not far from the middle of Bicheno on Tasmanias east coast. In terms of photography locations, it certainly ticks a lot of boxes. It is close to your accommodation and the car park is right beside the blowhole… Read more →
Here are a few shots from Bicheno on Tasmania’s east coast. I haven’t shot a lot there over the years – something I will have to rectify sometime soon! There is a really nice rocky point out beyond the Silver Sands resort where I went for a sunset shoot one night a year or so back… Read more →
The aurora put on a killer show on December 20 which I am sad to say – I slept through…
Having missed a big one I watched the numbers like a hawk on December 21 and decided there was still enough in it to warrant a trip up the east coast to attempt a Wineglass Bay aurora… Read more →
Here is a selection of Maria Island seascapes taken during a winter visit there a couple of winters ago.
Maria Island is accessed by ferry from the east coast town of Triabunna. A night or two on the island is basically compulsory for those visiting the island with photography the main aim… Read more →
The east coast of Tasmania is a joy for landscape photographers who enjoy long exposure seascapes. There is stunning scenery such as the Tessellated Pavements in the south east, and the Bay of Fires in the north east. The long and winding Tasman Highway runs the length of the coast and takes you past numerous beaches as you go… Read more →
Sleepy Bay is located only a short drive from the Freycinet National Park visitor centre. Following the signs to the Cape Tourville lighthouse, you will come across a small car park a few minutes after turning off the main road that leads to the Wineglass Bay track car park… Read more →
While on Maria Island a couple of months ago I stayed mostly in the Darlington (north) end of the island and took a couple of walks to the Fossil Cliffs and Painted Cliffs. These locations are the most well known so I wanted to “do them justice” on this particular trip… Read more →
The Fossil Cliffs Maria Island are perhaps the best place to photograph the sunrise on the island. With a delightfully rocky foreshore and an easterly aspect it is similar to that other great location for sunrises in Tasmania, the Tessellated Pavements on Eaglehawk Neck… Read more →