We’ve written about this lovely Tasmanian town on many occasions, but here’s a different view. Thanks to Dan Fellow, we give readers: Sheffield From The Air. It doesn’t matter what the vantage point, it’s a scenic location from any direction.
View From Above: Sheffield From The Air
Photos by Dan Fellow
It’s amazing the perspective this gives you. A view of Sheffield from the air actually makes the town seem larger. Do you agree? Who knew there were so many buildings beyond the central business district?
Of course, all the great people of Sheffield know exactly what’s what in their own town. But we’re thinking we should schedule another visit. It would be unrealistic to try and cover everything on offer during a single trip. Or two!
Can you spot some of the businesses we’ve mentioned on the website before? Where’s Fudge n Good Coffee? What about the World of Marbles? Is that large green section where they hold International Mural Fest each year?
Scenic Flights Over Tasmania
Gavin had a birds-eye view of southern Tasmania when he took a flight with Par Avion Tours. That was simply spectacular scenery over the coastline and Tasmanian wilderness regions of the far south. But Sheffield from the air offers a pretty, rural patchwork. So close to town, you can see paddocks of animals grazing.
Mount Roland is one of the most photographed features of north west Tasmania. So many clever photographers have snapped the icon from a range of directions. And it looks just as dominant and beautiful in these aerial shots from Dan Fellow.
There appears to be more distance between the township and Mount Roland when you see these images of Sheffield from the air. From the ground, the rock seems so close; like you could reach out and touch it.
Eagles Nest Retreat
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