Australian World Heritage Tours - Tasmanian Wilderness Region - March 18th to 24th - 2023 - 5 PLACES LEFT!!!

Cam Blake Photography

 Tasmanian Wilderness Region Photo Tour - March 18th to 24th - 2023
Australian World Heritage Tours
6 Places Available


This tour is the first of a BRAND NEW series of Photography Tours that will explore the Australian Natural World Heritage Regions, and what I think, will be the most inspiring of my photography trips in the coming years.

The Tasmanian Wilderness Region meets more criterion than any other Natural region in Australia, second most in the entire world. Most UNESCO World Heritage Sites meet only one or two of the ten criterion to receive the significant status. The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) meets seven out of ten criterion. Only one other place on earth meets as many — China’s Mount Taishan — That is  impressive!

Tasmania is an amazing location to explore and on this leg of our Australian Natural World Heritage Regions we will photograph everything from the world famous Cradle Mountain peaks (from ground and air), to the towering waterfalls of the Mount Field National Park. We'll photograph the majestic Gordon River as we photograph thousand year old Huon Pines trees as they cruise by, take a spectacular aerial images as we fly deep into the Southwest of Tasmania, along with so much more. We'll get you immersed in the deep wilderness regions of Tasmania like never before. Pack your bags, this one is going to be incredible!

One of our many highlights will be a breathtaking day trip deep into the Southwest National Park via Par Avion Wilderness tours - a full day of photographing via plane and boat, the lost wilderness of Tasmania's Southwest wilderness that offers more incredible photography opportunities. 

We will then put you in a helicopter to view high above Cradle Mountain like you've never seen before. A 20min flight over Cradle Mountain, Barn Bluff, Fury Gorge, Lake Will and Dove Lake. It's a stunning flight. 

Locations within the TWWHA that we will explore include;

  • Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park - Cradle Mountain and surrounds
  • Franklin - Gordon Wild Rivers National Park - Conservation jewel of the Franklin and Gordon Rivers
  • Mount Field National Park - Russell and Horseshoe Falls, Glacial lakes and the endemic and well-known Nothofagus tree
  • Southwest National Park - Day flight and explore the SW Wilderness
  • and everything in between...

For 6 nights you will be staying very comfortable, suitably located accommodation situated around Tasmania in your own private room, right on the doorstep of our iconic list of World Heritage regions we visit. 

What’s included in this The Tasmanian Wilderness Region Photo Tour?

  • 6 nights accommodation at at various locations around Tasmania (Hobart, Strahan, Cradle Mountain)
  • All transfers to and from Hobart (pick up Hobart CBD March 18th - 8am) - (Drop Off Hobart CBD March 24th - 7:30pm)
  • Comfortable - Private transfers 
  • Full day flight with Par Avion into Tasmania's Southwest
  • Half day cruise along the majestic Gordon River
  • 20min Helicopter flight over Cradle Mountain (Weather Permitting)
  • Fully guided Photography Tuition around The Tasmanian Wilderness Regions and surrounds
  • ALL National Park Passes
  • All meals provided - Lunch on Day 1 and Day 6 NOT included
  • Small group size (max 6) and LOADS of incredible photography opportunities 

What's NOT included

  • Airfares to and from Tasmania
  • Travel & Medical Insurance
  • Room charges, alcohol and incidentals

Things to note

  • A good base fitness is required for this trip
  • Each day will have optional walks and trails to explore - good walking shoes recommended

Spaces for this workshop are limited strictly to 6 spots only to ensure we have a great little, private group, with plenty of time to explore and immerse ourselves in this incredible landscape.

You can reserve your place for this incredible experience by making a non-refundable deposit of $1000 to hold your place. With the full balance due January 1st 2023


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Want to find out more about what it takes to be recognised as a World Heritage Region, and why they are so very important? 

Australia has a grand line-up of World Heritage Sites, that meet the exclusive criteria of UNESCO World Heritage Convention requirements. For a location to become a World Heritage Site it must meet one or more specific criterion as set by the WHC - find out more on what it takes to be recognised and why these regions are so very important for Australia and the world - LINK

There are 20 World Heritage Sites across Australia with a combination of both Natural and Cultural significance. Some regions tick a number of criteria for both Natural and Cultural significance, however we will be exploring a selection of the Natural World Heritage sites around this amazing country. To see the full list of locations - LINK

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