An Untouched Land
An untouched land is how many describe the wild Tarkine coastline of Tasmania's North West. Kilometres of wild coastline is swept into jurassic rainforest and button grass moors. A coastline with thousands of years of history, evidence of an earlier time are forever present throughout the region. This is the indigenous peoples land, and has been for many a year.
The Tarkine Workshop
The Tarkine Tasmanian Photography Workshop is a unique experience into a time and place untouched by all before it. Your first two nights will be based at the impressive Tall Timbers accomodation in Smithton, where we will spend 2 days exploring the rugged, Jurassic coastlines of the Tarkine wildness. For our last night we will be located deep in the Tarkine forests, staying at Corinna, Home In The Wilderness, on the banks on the Pieman River. For 3 days you will explore the ancient rainforest and the lost world that is the Tarkine. You will also experience the rugged Tarkine coastline that has been beaten by relentless weather for all of time. The jagged rocky coastline is a sight that has to be seen and makes for some incredible imagery.
The Tarkine isn't just a place you visit, its a place you feel. This area has been inhabited for thousands of years by the indigenous people of Tasmania and it is an absolute privilege to be able to visit such a region in this day and age. For the 3 days you will learn to appreciate the significance of this region and capture its beauty in a way not many before you have.
What is included?
- Accomodation - Twin Share
- Transfers to and from the workshop - Ex Launceston Airport/Hotel
- Transport during the workshop
- All park passes and associated costs
- Full Tuition
What is NOT included?
- Airfares to and from Tasmania
- Meals and associate room costs
Find out more on this Tour here