A Gaggle Of Photographer's Capture Their Favourite Tasmania Moments

10 April 2015
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Earlier this year in February we sent five of Australia’s finest photographers on a trip to Tasmania to capture the sheer beauty, magic and mystery of the island. As you can imagine they shot some pretty amazing vistas, food and wildlife.

Here’s a roundup of each of the photographer’s favourite photo from the trip, and no doubt five more reasons for you to want to visit Tassie for yourself, if you haven’t already!

 @craigparryphotography's fav shot: the view of Cradle Mountain

Read our interview with Craig Parry 

 @jasoncharleshill's fav shot: the picture-perfect reflection of Cradle Mountain

Read our interview with Jason Hill 

 @taramilktea's fav shot: mesmerised on Maria Island

Read our interview with Tara Whiteman

 @paulmp's fav shot: ‘The Nut’ in Stanley, on the north-west coast. You can take a chairlift to the top of the mount!

Read our interview with Paul Pichugin

 @helloemilie's fav shot: Bay of Fires

Read our interview with Emilie Ristevski

Rachel Surgeoner

A self-confessed 'food-tourist', I take hunting for the world's greatest sandwich very seriously, my quest has taken me from Berlin to Hoboken. Stopping off only for vintage shopping, craft beers and Mediterranean sunsets.