This landscape photography tour to Tasmania, an isolated island off of Australia's south coast, is a fantastic opportunity for landscape photographers wanting to explore a unique part of the world.
Nicknamed the Apple Isle, once you land it really does feel like you are "off the grid." We'll explore the best of Tasmania in the north, south, and east of the Island. Tours are available in the autumn, summer, and spring seasons to allow you to experience Tasmania at different times of the year.
Summer Dates: Jan 8th - 14th 2019 (Includes Lavender Fields)
Spring Dates: Oct 8th - 14th 2019 (Includes Tulip Farms)
Autumn Dates: May 1st - 7th 2019 (Includes Mushroom Caves)
You'll benefit from a very small group (a maximum of just 4 participants) and will have the opportunity to learn at your own pace with one-to-one tuition. We've hand-picked the best locations too, meaning your time on Tasmania island will be all about getting the best shots possible. Your guide is Alfonso Calero, an experienced photographer and tutor.
- Price $2999
- Duration 6+ days
- Group Size 3
- Date 01/05/2019 - 07/05/2019
- Date 08/10/2019 - 14/10/2019
- Watching the sunset at Freycinet Lodge Jetty
- Visiting the moss forest and photographing Waterfalls at Mt. Field National Park
- Exploring the romance of an abandoned Oast House
- Seeing and photographing ferry penguins at Bicheno.
- Discover why the Drowned forest of Arthurs Lake is an anglers paradise
- Chasing the Milky Way and the crystal clear nights for astrophotography.
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Went with a few friends with Alfonso on his Tasmanian tour and cannot recommend it enough. Lot of fun, great photo opportunities and a heap of help. Alfonso met with us before we went and then again after we got home to review our work and give help. He is a natural teacher. We would definitely go with him again.
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I traveled to Tasmania with Alphonso and 3 of my friends. He never lost his cool, was entertaining and helpful and ever polite, and took us to some great photo sites. Nothing was too much trouble; he is a delightful person and keen to pass on his knowledge and skills. Highly recommended.