Upcoming Tasmanian Photography Workshops
** UPDATE OCT 2021: I am starting to set 2022 dates, including a brand new Tarkine tour photographing the coast at Arthur River! Private 3 day tours available on demand all year round **
Contact me with any questions or to book a place.
Bay of Fires: 4 days, March 1 ~ 4, 2022; $1795 per person Seascape sunrises, sunsets and night sky sessions. Morning Cruise along the Bay of Fires coastline. Half day shoot in the rainforest at St Columba Falls. **SPECIAL – tour fee includes SINGLE ROOM for all participants **
Cradle Mountain: April 8 ~ 11, $2095 per person, $2095 per person Four days at Cradle Mountain shooting sunrise, sunset and the night sky at Dove Lake. During the day we will shoot waterfalls and pay a visit to the Tasmanian Devil Park. Also included are visits to Philosopher Falls (Tarkine) and Nelson Falls. All accommodation, transport, meals and tuition included. Tour fee includes SINGLE ROOM for all participants.
Arthur River and Tarkine Coast: April 19 ~ 22, $1950 per person. Based at Tall Timbers in Smithton we will shoot sunset on the wild Tarkine Coast as well as explore the wonderful Tarkine rainforest during the days. A half day cruise with gourmet BBQ lunch on the Arthur River is also included. Tour fee includes your own private room.
Tarkine: 5 days, May 3 ~ 7, 2022; $2750 single / $4900 twin. Fantastic autumn fungi, amazing rainforest and waterfalls and Tasmania’s rugged west coast. All inclusive tour. Based at Corinna. Twin share option available to those booking/traveling together.
Mt Field & Styx Valley: ** Runs on demand ** $275 per person. Full day trip shooting waterfalls, rainforest and the tallest flowering trees on earth. Includes: transport (departing Hobart); National Parks entry; tuition/guide. Lunch is either BYO or available to purchase.
Hobart & Surrounds: On demand! Private or small group, 3+ hour workshop. Waterfall shoot on Mt Wellington, followed by an eastern shore sunset. Self drive.
Tasmanian Raptors & Wildlife Photography Sessions: Join me at either the Raptor Refuge or Bonorong to not only learn a few tips and tricks for photographing wildlife, but making a contribution to their conservation at the same time!
Please click on the links in the text above for full details, and contact me to book a spot!