Tour Dates:

2019 Dates Coming Soon (4 Nights)

Group size 2-8 people.

Price $3,000

Itinerary:

Day 1: Today we depart Launceston early and head north east to the small township of Derby. After stretching our legs and grabbing a small refreshment we will venture towards the coast exploring a nearby rainforest surrounded by ancient lichen cover Myrtle trees. A short distance up the road is St. Columba Falls. We will walk amongst towering man ferns as we make our way to the base of the falls. You will be given plenty of time to capture this waterfall and surrounds before we make our way to St. Helens where we will base ourselves for the next two nights. We will spend our first evening photographing the local seascapes around Binnalong Bay which is the gateway to the 'Bay of Fires'.

Day2: We will rise early and capture the first rays of light across Beer Barrel Beach. We will then spend some time exploring Peron Sand Dunes before making our way to Eddystone Point which is the most northerly part of the Bay of Fires. We will spend a quality amount of time in this area searching out the best photographic opportunities dictated by the moods in the weather.

Day 3: Today we will head back to Binalong Bay for sunrise having picked out our preferred composition a day earlier. After sunrise we will now leave the North East and drive our way slowly down the East Coast exploring some of Tasmania's premier beaches. The afternoon will be spent exploring Friendly Beaches before making our way into Coles Bay for our first sunset of The Hazards.

Day 4: Today will be spent in Freycinet. There is no set Itinerary for this day. You will guided to the most suitable locations throughout the day determined by the weather and best outlooks.

Day 5: We will rise for our final sunrise on Tasmania's East Coast before making our way back to Launceston. We will arrive mid afternoon where guests will be farewelled and dropped off to their pre-arranged accommodation.

Inclusions

  • 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.

  • Small groups.

  • Refreshments and some meals with some of Tasmania's finest produce.

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