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.

Trial Harbour

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

Mount Wellington sno...

A heavy August snowfall turns Hobart's Mount Wellington into a spectacular sight for locals and visitors alike.

Breaksea Islands

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

Mount Wellington Win...

Hobart's Mount Wellington under heavy snow catches the warming golden light of sunrise.

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...

Devils Gullet

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

Cradle Mountain Lodg...

Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge after five days of snowfall at Cradle Mountain turned the park into a stunningly beautiful winter...

Wombat in the snow

A resident wombat at Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge struggles through heavy snow - after five days of snowfall at Cradle Mountain...

Mount McCall Track

Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park viewed from the Mount McCall track.

Mount Rugby and Bath...

A view of Mount Rugby and the expanse of Bathurst Harbour. This image is captured from Clayton's Corner.

Hobart sunrise citys...

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

Derwent River sunris...

A warming Summer sunrise over Storm Bay and the entrance to Hobart's Derwent River.

Cradle Mountain sunl...

A sprinkling of snow catches the late afternoon sun on Cradle Mountain.

Steppes Sculptures

A spring snowfall turns the Steppes Sculptures in to a beautiful winter wonderland. These sculptures are well worth checking out...

Hobart Fireworks on...

Hobart welcomes the New Year with the traditional Fireworks display over the Derwent River.

Wombat looking for f...

A hungry wombat searches for food close to Ronny Creek in Cradle Mountain National Park

Bathurst Harbour

An aerial view of Bathurst Harbour in Tasmania's South West and is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Nelson Falls

Nelson Falls Tasmanian Wilderness - Princess River Conservation Area.