Through various Think Tasmania social media channels, we invited readers to contribute photos of Strahan. We’re currently working with west coast tourism organisation Discover Strahan on a brand new promotion due to be launched soon. That will lead on to additional coverage of the wider west coast region. In the interim, we thought it might be nice to share some of the photographic memories you have.
Photos of Strahan: Fans of Tasmania
When we say memories, some of these photos of Strahan are exactly that. They’re not necessarily recent snapshots; in fact some of the images date back quite a few years. Some of them even MANY years! Obviously when people can still recall a favourable experience of Tasmania’s west coast from a long time ago, the experience was really worth remembering.
We’ll be inspiring Think Tasmania readers to create new memories when we share all that is great about current-day Strahan. Meanwhile, please enjoy these flash-backs while noting this was not an exercise purely for professional photographers. We do value the work of the experts, very highly in fact. However, we like to incorporate “holiday snaps” in our repertoire to represent exactly what you’ll see when you undertake your own first-hand journeys.
Photos of Strahan: Eye See Personalised Tours
Judy Livingston from Eye See Personalised Tours travels with guests to the west coast region of Tasmania from Hobart. Tours cover the highlights of the Strahan region and can incorporate accommodation as well as cruising the Gordon River and the convict settlement of Sarah Island in Macquarie Harbour. For more information, follow Eye See Personalised Tours on Facebook. These photos of Strahan were contributed by Judy…
Photos of Strahan: Carol Haberle
Carol Haberle is a valued member of the team at Think Tasmania, and she has her own professional photography business. Follow Haberle Photocards on Facebook for more exceptional landscape shots like these photos of Strahan. All Carol’s images are under strict copyright, but available for purchase as photo cards.
Photos of Strahan: Dan Fellow
Another valued member of the Think Tasmania team, Dan Fellow is a professional photographer specialising in tourism. We often feature the business owners who commission his work. Follow Tasmania Photos on Facebook so you never miss a shot.
Photos of Strahan: Archives
These additional photos of Strahan come from some of the articles previously published by Think Tasmania. Click images for story details. In the coming weeks, the IT department (that’s Gavin!) will be devising an official section of the website dedicated to Strahan, so you’ll be able to find everything in the one place. How convenient is that?
Thanks so much to all the contributors (tour and tourism operators, professional photographers, Tasmanian tourists and west coast locals) for all these photos of Strahan. If you have images you’d like to share, please contact Think Tasmania and we’ll add your memories to this collection as well.
You’re welcome to leave comments about these photos of Strahan. Has the place changed much since these shots were taken? Or maybe everything still looks exactly as you have pictured in your own mind. Do the images revive your own memories of a time spent in west coast Tasmania? Or maybe you’ve had Strahan on your bucket list for an eternity. Tell us!
For more information about the gorgeous town of Strahan located on the west coast of Tasmania, download the Discover Strahan Phone App.
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