INSPIRING FREYCINET | ROB BLAKERS spent many years capturing the images featured in this
special portfolio from his latest book Freycinet. See more here
WILD INSPIRATION | John Chapman's meticulously researched
guidebooks have become essential reading for
bushwalkers across Australia — and especially
Tasmania, a personal favourite destination accounting
for nearly half the average 52 days a year he spends
camping out. And, he's been doing it for 34 years.
Here we feature his favourite photographs of Tasmania.
Enjoy them here.
TASMANIAN SEDUCTION | Michael Dempsey
had explored most of Victoria's national parks before visiting Tasmania in
1997. The State, he says, "had an
edge and wildness that the mainland didn’t,
and when the chance came to work and live here,
there were no second thoughts". See more of his
AN ISLAND OF BEAUTY | As Geoff
Murray says in the introduction to his portfolio: "Tasmania's
wild areas deserve to be cared for and nurtured.
We have a unique blend of wild and beautiful landscapes,
but it is all too easy to forget just how special
it is." See why here.
Rob Blakers, one of Tasmania's most outstanding
wilderness photographers, explores the coastal
fringes of the West Coast, a bleak, but diverse
wildscape. More here.
MUSHROOM MAGIC | LIZ McLEOD
and photographer PETER WHYTE get to grips with
the gourmet fungi that Tasmanians have embraced
with gastronomic fervour. Find out more here.
DOORS TO THE PAST | This
set of photographs of the old Inveresk Railyards
in Invermay Street, Launceston, is a small
part of a much larger collection that follows
a theme that photographer Steve Lovegrove
has been pursuing for a number of years. Open