While we have been featuring Queenstown lately, we’ve not forgotten the rest of Tasmania. As if! Today, we bring you a collection of photos showcasing the Tasman Peninsula region, with thanks to tourism photographer Dan Fellow.
Totally Picturesque Tasman Peninsula Region
photos by Dan Fellow
When Dan Fellow is out and about with his camera, he captures new images for his Desktop Tasmania CD. The scenery in Tassie is always stunning, but it takes the keen eye of a professional photographer to return shots like these.
We’ve also noticed the way Dan includes tourists in his photographs, as they’re spending their holiday-time in Tasmania. Showing exactly how people enjoy the surroundings gives the scenery perspective. Selfie anyone?
Hopefully those selfies were shared via social media. The Tasman Peninsula region provides the awesome backdrop, so just smile and wave people, smile and wave.
The Sharing of Tasmania
One of our favourite places to visit in all of Tasmania, is the Tessellated Pavement at Eaglehawk Neck. There’s something magical about the location, and it too boasts nice views of the Tasmanian waterways.
We All Think Tasmania
These photos will probably inspire many more visits the Tasman Peninsula region. We’d suggest you contact one of our member tourist operators to take you there, just to make sure you don’t miss anything. Otherwise, browse this website’s index for ideas and more details. Our community of readers are always very helpful too… feel free to leave a comment below sharing your own thoughts about must-visit locations. Do you love the Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed, or maybe the Port Arthur Lavender Farm? Maybe you find the Port Arthur Convict Settlement or the Coal Mines Historic Site fascinating? Or you might like to buy fish and chips from the Tasman Blowhole… it’s all good, and all opinions are welcome.
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