Tasman Peninsula Photography Workshop
NEW DATES TBA
$2200 per person
** Tasman Island Cruise and multiple sunrise, sunset and night-sky shoots based at Eaglehawk Neck, a short walk to the Tessellated Pavement **
Day 1: Eaglehawk Neck We will spend most of the day scouting out our sunrise locations for the trip, exploring the stunning coast formations between the Tessellated Pavement and Waterfall Bay. Night shoot should conditions allow.
Day 2: Cape Raoul Lookout and Remarkable Cave Sunrise at the Tessellated Pavement. Enjoyable hike to the Cape Raoul Lookout followed and a dusk/sunset shoot in the Maingon Bay/Remarkable Cave area. Night shoot should conditions allow.
Day 3: Tasman Island Cruise After sunrise and breakfast, we will join the Tasman Island half day cruise to view the amazing sea cliffs of the Peninsula as well as Tasman Island! Wildlife such as seals and dolphins are likely, as is a variety of birdlife.
$2200.00 per person (single/private room for all guests for all nights). Maximum of 4 participants.
Includes two nights accommodation in Lufra Hotel “Studio Apartment”, all transport (starting & finishing Hobart), all entry/cruise fees, all meals for the duration of the trip. Post processing session included if poor weather precludes any of our outdoor sessions.
Twin-share rates available to guests who are traveling together only (eg friends, partners etc).
What to Bring
- Camera, tripod and accessories. Don’t forget chargers and spare batteries/memory cards!
- Wet weather gear (for yourself and for your camera). Warm clothing and head-torch for the sunrise/sunset shoots. Sun protection.
- Comfortable hiking shoes (not sneakers).
- Water bottle/snacks for our sessions in the field.
- A full list of suggested items and a detailed itinerary will be forwarded to you during the booking process.
Sunrise is approx 7:00 and Sunset is approx 19:30 in March.
We will only undertake easy hiking, the main aim of the workshop being tuition and time in the field shooting. It is important to note of course that the nature of the workshop involves uneven rocky shorelines so please take care in the low light of dusk/dawn.
** Please take all care and responsibility for your own equipment while outdoors **
The Tasman Peninsula is quite exposed to all sorts of weather is possible. Please check the Port Arthur weather forecast before the tour departs for an idea on what to expect on the coast. A raincoat as well as lots of warm clothing including thermal layers and possibly a down jacket for extra warmth and comfort should be considered essential. A full list of suggested/recommended gear will be provided during the booking process.
More Info & Bookings
For further information or any general enquiries about this trip please contact me.