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tasmanian waterfalls

Post Processing Waterfalls – Nelson Falls

An interesting conversation during a recent photography workshop leads me to this article today – about post processing waterfalls for an authentic, rather than “fake” image. We were at Nelson Falls and the conditions were challenging as there was a lot of white water on the waterfall as well as a lot of dark shade...Read More

Mathinna Falls North East Tasmania

Mathinna Falls is a very easy walk, and a rewarding waterfall for photographers. Access is only a short drive from the town of Mathinna in Tasmania’s north east. The trail is mostly flat, and after a short walk you will find the first waterfall which includes rocky cascades below the falls and a nice deep...Read More

Cradle Mountain Waterfalls

Summer means low rainfall which usually means that waterfalls are not the best photography subject – however, a positive side of low water levels is that you can access angles and perspectives on rivers and waterfalls that are normally very hard – or impossible. Crater Falls Crater Falls is the nicest waterfall in the Cradle...Read More

Liffey Falls Tasmania

Of all the waterfalls to photograph in Tasmania, Liffey Falls is without a doubt one of the most rewarding. The trail begins in a large parking and picnic area, and passes through some beautiful tall ferns, myrtles and sassafras before joining the Liffey River. There are many cascades to stop at on the way down...Read More

Tarkine Walks and Waterfalls: McGowans Falls

The Tarkine is a vast area of cool temperate rainforest and tall eucalypts in north west Tasmania and contains many great walks and areas to explore. One of the great Tarkine walks is to McGowans Falls. The walk starts deep in the logging roads beyond West Takone, which is accessed by turning off the main...Read More

Crater Falls

Crater Falls is one of the only waterfalls in the Cradle Mountain day walk area. The walk begins at Ronney Creek and you will in fact be walking along the first section of the world famous Overland Track! The first 10 minutes or so is along a nice flat boardwalk through a wide open valley...Read More

Photographing Waterfalls in Tasmania: Liffey Falls

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Tasmania to photograph would have to be Liffey falls which is nestled deep within the rugged peaks, cliffs and rainforest of the Great Western Tiers in northern Tasmania. Located around 30 minutes from Deloraine, the falls are great to visit at any time of the year with the...Read More

Tasmanian Waterfalls: Nelson Falls

Nelson Falls is a perfect spot to break up the long drive through Tasmania’s World Heritage Area on the way to/from Tasmania’s West Coast. The walk is flat, along boardwalk and is no more than 10 minutes each way. The track follows Nelson Creek to a viewing platform right in front of one of the best Tasmanian waterfalls. The creek...Read More

Exploring Tasmania’s Tarkine: Corinna & the Pieman River

There is no doubt that Tasmania’s Tarkine region is one of, if not the best, places to photograph in Tasmania. It is a unique wilderness of rugged coastlines; deep, dark rainforest and beautiful mountain vistas. The small town of Corinna on the banks of the Pieman River is a perfect base for exploring the Tarkine, and...Read More