Tasmania

The images in this gallery are captured from around my home state of Tasmania. Tasmania is the smallest state in the Commonwealth of Australia, and is home to some of the most pristine wilderness, superb beaches, unspoilt natural beauty, spectacular historic sites and incredible food anywhere on the planet. From the capital city of Hobart, to the remote wilderness areas, the historic buildings, the mountain scenery or the beaches of the stunning coastline, Tasmania is truly a photographer’s paradise. The four very distinct seasons throughout the year present a photographer with endless possibilities and lighting scenarios  to capture this beautiful island in all her glory.

Bird River

The Bird River at Kelly Basin in Tasmania’s World Heritage Wilderness.

Moody Mountain

The many moods of Tasmania's iconic Cradle Mountain. Sometimes elusive, sometimes invisible, Cradle Mountain views change constantly....

Trial Harbour

Located at the Northern end of Ocean Beach on Tasmania's rugged West Coast is the small anchorage of Trial Harbour.

Nelson Falls walk

The short walk to Nelson Falls on Tasmania's West Coast is an easy, and beautiful trek. A boardwalk leads you from the car park...

Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain in all her glory.

Hobart sunrise citys...

The beauty of Hobart’s waterfront with Mount Wellington as a backdrop.

Mount Field National...

A winter wonderland in Mt Field National Park during a big winter snowfall.

Spring Bay Sunrise

A summer sunrise over Spring Bay on Tasmania's beautiful East Coast.

Spring Bay Sunrise 2

A summer sunrise over Spring Bay on Tasmania's beautiful East Coast.

Nelson Falls

Nelson Falls Tasmanian Wilderness - Princess River Conservation Area.

Devils Gullet

Located on Tasmania's Central Plateau, Devil’s Gullet features dramatic views into a steep, narrow glacial gorge formed by vertical...

Hobart Cenotaph at s...

Sunrise over the Cenotaph in Hobart.

Franklin River

Tasmania’s wild and spectacular Franklin River.

Enchanted Walk

Five days of snowfall at Cradle Mountain turned the park into a stunningly beautiful winter wonderland.

Breaksea Islands

The spectacular, and windswept Breaksea Islands are located in the Southern Ocean, close to mouth of Port Davey.

Russell Falls

One of Tasmania's most popular waterfalls is Russell Falls located in Mount Field National Park.

Devils Gullet 2

Located on Tasmania's Central Plateau, Devil’s Gullet features dramatic views into a steep, narrow glacial gorge formed by vertical...

Nelson Falls

Located in the World Heritage–listed Tasmanian Wilderness, along the Lyell Highway is Nelson Falls.