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Wineglass Bay & Freycinet Photography Tour

Wineglass Bay & Freycinet Photography Tour

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 →
Sleepy Bay, Freycinet National Park

Sleepy Bay, Freycinet National Park

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 →
Bushwalking in Tasmania: Freycinet Peninsula Circuit

Bushwalking in Tasmania: Freycinet Peninsula Circuit

One of the great bushwalks in Tasmania is the three day Freycinet Peninsula circuit walk. Most visitors to Freycinet National Park visit the lookout over Wineglass Bay and some more follow the track all the way to the beach or undertake the steep climb to Mt Amos, but only a few set out on this challenging but very rewarding multi-day hike… Read more →
Wineglass Bay Cruise – Marine Wildlife Photography

Wineglass Bay Cruise – Marine Wildlife Photography

One of the (many!) highlights of last weeks Tasmanian Experience photographic workshop with Michael Snedic was the Wineglass Bay Cruise. This cruise is a half day journey with Duncan, the skipper, and Rastas, the “first mate”. Rastas also carries the heavy responsibility of being the dolphin spotter and can usually be found up front scanning the ocean for our cetacean friends… Read more →

Long Exposure Seascape Photography, Freycinet National Park

The Jewel in the Crown for seascape photography on Tasmania’s East Coast is Freycinet National Park. The most easily visited locations within the National Park are the Friendly Beaches, Sleepy Bay and Honeymoon Bay. You can drive yourself to within a few minutes of all these locations but Bluestone Bay is only accessible by vehicle if you have 4WD… Read more →
Freycinet & Wineglass Bay

Freycinet & Wineglass Bay

One of Tassie’s most celebrated views is Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park on the east coast. Perhaps the main difference between the two is that a little more effort is required to actually see Wineglass Bay than Cradle Mountain, which is located right in front of Tasmania’s most scenic car park… Read more →