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Mt Field National Park - Women-only Photography Escape

Pink Robin
Russell Falls
A woman is checking the photo in the camera
Fagus season
Tasmanian Waratah
Woman captures nature
Embark on a sophisticated 4-day Women-Only Photography Retreat in the enthralling Mt Field National Park—a refuge confined to only three participants. This exclusive retreat combines elegance and nature to ensure a seamless and all-inclusive experience. Our centrally located hotel cuts travel time by providing quick access to Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and the tranquil Tall Trees Forest—all within a short walk or drive. The photography excursion is tailored to the seasons and includes a variety of fields, from landscapes to long-exposure and night photography. Participate in custom photo sessions and lessons geared to improve your photography abilities while capturing the natural beauty of waterfalls, ferns, animals, wildflowers, and dramatic mountain panoramas. Seasonal delights include the stunning Fagus, delicate orchids, and brilliant Tasmanian Waratah. This retreat not only offers spectacular imagery, but it also provides a nurturing atmosphere for female photographers to thrive. Seize this amazing opportunity to hone your skills in the middle of Mt Field National Park's natural beauties, where every moment is a stunning frame waiting to be caught. Join this small-group excursion for a polished and rewarding photographic experience.
Event Details
  • Sunday 19 November 2023 - Saturday 20 April 2024

  • By arrangement, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000

Non Smoking

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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