New 2019 - Monday 22 April to 26 April (4 Nights)
Group size 2-8 people.
Price $4,000 Per Person
Day 1: We depart Launceston in the morning and make our way to explore Liffey Falls. We will have ample time to explore the three tiers that cascade from the central highlands. From here we will make our way to Tasmania's wild west coast. We will explore its northern coast line enjoying our first sunset before making our way to our first 2 nights accommodation in Arthur River.
Day 2: We will wake early to photograph our first sunrise here at Arthur River. Tasmania is famous for wild ocean swells so expect some dramatic landscape images of logs strewn across the coast with surging waves. From here we will gear up for a full day exploring Sandy Cape with its towering sand dunes, hidden coves and endless beaches only accessible by 4x4 vehicles. We will spend the day exploring this area before making our way back for sunset and our second nights accommodation in Arthur River.
Day 3: We will now leave the west coast of Tasmania and make our way to the Cradle Mountain National Park. On route we will have the opportunity to visit some near by waterfalls, mountains and lakes to photograph. We will arrive into the Cradle Mountain National Park in time to explore some different compositions in time for sunset.
Day 4: We will spend the next full day at leisure here at Cradle Mountain. You will be given the opportunity to explore different trails given your level of interest and fitness. We have an extensive knowledge of the park and can show many options given your photographic taste and fitness level.
Day 5: We will shoot one last sunrise over Dove Lake before making our way back to Launceston. We will stop along the way to take pictures of Mt. Roland which overlooks the nearby town of Sheffield. From here guests will be farewelled and taken back to the accommodation in Launceston.
Transport to all major points of interest.
Guided by a real Tasmanian photographer with intimate knowledge of area.
Flexibility on tour.
4 Nights accommodation.
National Park entries.
4 Breakfast and some refreshments using some of Tasmania's finest produce.