Myrtle Gully Falls is very close to Hobart and a great place to get some experience photographing waterfalls. It is found on the Myrtle Gully track which begins at the end of Old Farm Road, which is conveniently located right at the rear of the Cascade Brewery, so you can reward yourself with a cold drink after a session on the mountain
The walk in from the car park is only 10 minutes or so, and is mostly uphill walking, but on a fairly gentle gradient… Read more →
Well, well, well – what’s all this about then…
All will be revealed soon!… Read more →
Enchanted Walk Cradle Mountain – in the snow! Most visitors to Cradle Mountain, particularly those staying at the Cradle Mountain Lodge would have given the short Enchanted Walk a go. It is an easy boardwalk alongside the Pencil Pine Creek, and generally only takes around 20 minutes… Read more →
The Vale of Belvoir lookout is a short drive out of Cradle Mountain and on a fine day is one of the few places outside the National Park that you can actually get a glimpse of Cradle Mountain.
During September 2017 there were huge snowfalls across western Tasmania, including Cradle Mountain… Read more →
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 →
These Overland Track aurora photos were taken back in November 2015, on the first night of my walk down the track with the Cradle Mountain Huts guided walk. The aurora appeared right on dusk, and indeed it was hard to distinguish the aurora from the twilight glow in my first test shots earlier in the night… Read more →
My photographic Mt Field day tour is scheduled for multiple dates throughout the coming spring. The day out includes a half day at a couple of Tasmania’s most impressive waterfalls – Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls. As well as shooting the falls, we will pay close attention to the forest floor which at this time of year should include the unfurling shoots of the new ferns and the fallen flowers of the Tasmanian sassafras tree… 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 →