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freycinet national park

Cape Tourville

Cape Tourville is a wonderful short walk in the Freycinet National Park. It offers outstanding views of the Hazards, Freycinet Peninsula and north to the Friendly Beaches. It is also the easiest way to get a glimpse of Wineglass Bay – seen in the image below as the sandy beach right in the middle, between...Read More

Friendly Beaches Stormy Skies

Friendly Beaches, Stormy Skies – looking back at a trip to the Friendly Beaches from quite a few years ago. The weather was overcast, stormy and windy. Great for some afternoon seascapes 😉 The Friendly Beaches is located to the north of Coles Bay and has its own campsites so is a great place to...Read More

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. The track is well maintained and...Read More

New Tasmanian Photography this month

Here is some of this month’s new Tasmanian photography in Hobart’s Landscapes Gallery. It has been a nice start to autumn with a three day trip to the Freycinet Peninsula and a couple of shorter visits to the South West National Park in the vicinity of the wonderful Red Knoll Lookout. The two shots above...Read More

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...Read More

Winter Photos of Friendly Beaches, Tasmania

Winter is a great time for landscape photography in Tasmania. The sun is quite low in the sky for most of the day meaning that the light is much softer at this time of year. Another advantage is that sunrise is very late in midwinter, with the sun rising after 7:00 am for quite a...Read More