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Russell Falls Tasmania Day Tour

Mt Field Day Tour

My photographic Mt Field day tour is a fascinating day out at any time of year. 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 depending on the time of year could be a fungi filled fantasy land or covered in a carpet of flowers and orchids and unfurling shoots of the ferns.

Mt Field Day Tour Tasmania

Mt Field Day Tour Tasmania – Russell Falls is one of the highlights of the full day Mt Field & Styx Valley workshop

After lunch at the Waterfalls Cafe, we head down the road to the Styx Valley. Known for its enormous trees, we will enjoy a leisurely few hours in awe of some of the tallest flowering trees in the world and the tiny macro details of the forest floor. We finish the day right on myrtle rainforest-flanked banks of the wild Styx River.

Tasmanian Sassafras flower

Tasmanian Sassafras flower

These tours are small group (minimum of 2 and generally running with 3 or 4 participants only) meaning there is plenty of time to ask questions, learn lots and of course visit and photograph some great Tasmanian landscapes. Pick up and drop off at your Hobart based accommodation is included.

Styx Valley Day Tour Tasmania

The Styx River. After a morning shooting waterfalls at Mt Field, the afternoon is spent under the tall trees and rainforest alongside the Styx River

Mt Field & Styx Valley Day Tour Details

The tour fee is $295 and includes transport, lunch and the Mt Field park entry.

The tour runs on demand all year round.

Bookings can be made through my online booking form (Google Forms – no payment required at time of booking, an invoice will be issued after we receive your booking form).

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Luke O'Brien runs a stall at Hobart's popular Salamanca Market every Saturday where his prints and cards are available for purchase. Follow Luke's photographic adventures on Twitter at @lukeobrienphoto, at his Facebook page or by subscribing to his email newsletter.