Category Archives: Wilderness Photography

Wild Light Exhibition Opening – 6 June 2018

I was fortunate to be able to attend the opening of an exhibition of Henry Gold’s wonderful photos of wilderness being held at the Gallery in the Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach until Sunday 17th June. The exhibition is open daily … Continue reading

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Tasmania – Fagus and Fungi Walk 18 – 29 April 2018

I was fortunate to enjoy a fine walk on the Central Plateau of Tasmania. The route was – Lake Bill, Lake Myrtle, Mt Rogoona, Lake Meston, Junction Lake, Cloister Lagoon, Chalice Lake, Cathedral Mountain, Mersey River, Overland Track, Windy Ridge, … Continue reading

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The Beauty of the Coxs and Kowmung Rivers – Easter 2018

I was fortunate to spend some time photographing the lower Coxs River and the lower part of the Kowmung River during three of the days of Easter. This was on a photographic trip with David Hufton. Every photo here was … Continue reading

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Tasmania – Mt Anne – 6 – 8 March 2018

After a short rest at Mt Field National Park – we headed out to the start of the track up Mt Anne at Condominium Creek. Its then a big 900 m climb up to the Eliza Plateau. We stopped just … Continue reading

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Tasmania – Western Arthur Range Walk – 25 February – 4 March 2018

The traverse of the Western Arthur Range is one of my favourite walks. It features great views in what is undoubtedly the best glacial landforms in Australia and has some very enjoyable scrambling. However the range is subject to bad … Continue reading

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Claustral Canyon – 15 February 2018

This was a nice visit to Claustral Canyon with Bob. We arrived at the carpark on the Bell Road nice and early, around 9:30 am, but were discouraged to see a lot of vehicles parked there. At least 3 other … Continue reading

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Hat Hill Canyon – 11 February 2018

This was our second canyon of the weekend. Albert and myself headed into Hat Hill Creek on Sunday morning to visit and photograph the canyon. We had a nice day. The canyon is very pleasant and relatively easy. It has … Continue reading

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Dargan Arch, Sunset at Anvil Rock Lookout and Sunrise at Pulpit Rock Lookout 10 – 11 February 2018

After visiting Dargans Creek Canyon, Albert and myself headed to the other side of the railway line to visit Dargan Arch. This is a large sandstone natural arch and is well worth a visit. On a previous visit, I gave … Continue reading

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Hobnail Canyon – 31 January 2018

Hobnail Canyon lies in Range Creek, a small tributary of the South Branch of Bowens Creek. It was first descended by members of the Hobnail Club – probably in the late 1960’s. ┬áThe Hobnails were one of several bushwalking clubs … Continue reading

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Hole in the Wall Canyon – 28 January 2018

This was the third canyon I visited with Albert over the long weekend. The Sunday was a cooler day and it started out with some light rain. But overall it turned out to be a good day for canyoning photography. … Continue reading

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