Mar
18
2013

Overland Track Photo Tours

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Capture the beauty of Tasmania in the golden glow of Autumn with Overland Track Photo Tours, in the heart of the region's glorious World Heritage Area.

These wonderful photographic tours allow visitors to experience the "wonders of the Tasmanian wilderness" on a six day journey of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.

Overland Track Photo Tours accommodate for everyone, whether you're a seasoned photographer or a snap-happy beginner ready to embark on your first proper photo expedition.
Keen photographers will tackle the famous Overland Track which covers 65 kilometres of the amazing World Heritage Area.

The scenic walk will begin at the world famous Cradle Mountain and then conclude at Australia's deepest lake, Lake St. Clair.

You will encounter huge dolerite mountains such as Barn Bluff during your journey, as well as majestic waterfalls like the D'Alton Falls and make your way through ancient rainforests, catching views of scurrying wildlife that live in these timeless areas.

The walking season starts on October 1 and finishes on May 31, so make sure to get your bookings in now before winter fully takes over the track!

Accomplished professional photographer and fully accredited member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Cameron Blake will provide professional hands on advice and tips on how to better your photography skills and knowledge of the craft.

The price for an Overland Track Photography Tour includes transfers from Launceston to Cradle Mountain, and from Lake St. Clair to Hobart, accommodation for a night each at Cradle Mountain and Hobart, all Overland Track and National Park passes, finale dinner in Hobart, 12 month magazine subscription, a tour pack and more!

Make sure to get your booking in now, with the last Overland Track Photography Tours taking place in May.

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