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Photography Holiday in Tasmania, Autumn fungi

Autumn Fungi Photography with Luke O'Brien in Tasmania Dates: 15– 18 May 2023 Tutor: Luke O’Brien Location: Branxholm in North East Tasmania Activity: Photography and walking The forests of north east Tasmania include carbon-rich tall wet eucalypt forests, pure rainforest and lowland dry forests. Interspersed within these forests are heathlands, alpine meadows and moraine vegetation. It is a complex landscape that supports rich and diverse plant and animal communities. There are species here which are found only in the north east of Tasmania, including the Simpson’s stage beetle, north east forest snail and genetically distinct rainforest and eucalypt species that evolved from the glacial ...Read more >
From AU $1,700 excluding flights

Drawing holiday in Tasmania

Tread Carefully – a coloured pencil workshop. Dates: 13 - 17 March 2023 Tutor: Richard Klekocuik Location: Branxholm in North East Tasmania Activity: Photographing/sketching, drawing, walking The landscape of north east Tasmania climbs dramatically through some of Tasmania’s lushest temperature rainforests, then plunges into the rich green pastures of productive farmland and quant mining villages that slope down to the roadway. But it is the unique temperate rainforest trees and under-story that will inspire this art retreat. You will discover the detailed beauty of the forest as Richard Klekociuk takes you on a short easy walk to the special places that inspire his art. Workshop ...Read more >
From AU $1,700 excluding flights

Painting holiday in Tasmania, Seascapes

Bay of Fires Seascapes in Acrylics Dates: 18 - 22 Nov 2023 Tutor: John E Gibb Location: Branxholm in North East Tasmania Activity: Photographing/sketching, painting, walking The landscape of north east Tasmania climbs dramatically through some of Tasmania’s lushest temperature rainforests, then plunges into the rich green pastures of productive farmland and quant mining villages that slope down to the roadway. But it is the wild natural beaches of quartz-white sand, red-lichen encrusted rocks and azure clear water that will inspire this art retreat. Conde Nast Traveller rated The Bay of Fires the world’s second-best beach (2009) and the Lonely Planet listed the area as one of the top 10 ...Read more >
From AU $1,700 excluding flights