From snow capped mountains and rainforests to irresistible beaches and urban environments, there are a myriad of images for anyone who wants to explore the Tasmania in a fresh, new way.
Discover the magic that each varying landscape that Tasmania has to offer below.
Wellington Park covers over 18,250ha in size making it one of the largest reserved areas in Tasmania outside of the World Heritage Area. The Park is 30km from east to west and has a perimeter of 139km.
One of the most visited places in the Park is Mt Wellington which is the highest peak at over 1,200m high and towers over the Hobart city.
ABOUT SAM KRUIJVER
Based in Hobart, Tasmania, I have a passion for creating all forms of digital content involving a camera. This includes still photography and recording standard videos to more advanced techniques such as time lapses and hyperlapses.
Tasmania has some of the best natural, wild and rugged scenery on Earth, making it a landscape photographer's paradise. From crystal blue water beaches to lush green rainforests and remote snow capped mountain ranges, then throw in rapidly changing weather patterns, there is no shortage of scenery to capture.
After taking thousands of photographs I have decided to share some of the magnificent backdrops this island has to offer.
Please feel free to browse my images and videos, read the blog and get in contact if you want to know more. I am always happy to chat with anyone about photography or Tasmania.
Thank you for visiting.