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Tasmania is one of those places where it’s hard to take a bad photo with all that rugged beauty. Whether you’re a beginner or a well-seasoned photographer, taking photos of the Island of Inspiration (as it is sometimes referred to) has got to be one of the best things to do in Tasmania. From incredible coastlines to pristine snow-capped mountains, there are so many must-see places in Tasmania plus Hobart’s photography potential is undeniably a draw card for photographers. If you are short on time though, and you’re wondering where to go in Tasmania, here are the places that we recommend visiting: Wineglass Bay. If crystal-clear blue water and white sands are on your checklist, this should be your 昀椀rst port of call. It’s got to be one of Tasmania’s most photographed views. Bay of 昀椀res. This is not just a cool name, but also a very cool place to take photos. As well as a pristine beach backdrop, this area is known for its incredibly unique orange boulders. Bonorong Wildlife sanctuary. This sanctuary gives you the chance to see native wildlife up close, which is perfect for the aspiring wildlife photographers out there. Port Arthur. Port Arthur is perfect for history buffs. This heritage-listed site has plenty of man-made structures to photograph alongside lush greenery, and you can immerse yourself in some of Australia’s history with a guided tour. The Tarkine. As well as being found in a relatively untouched, picturesque area of Tasmania, this national park is home to various rare native species, so it’s a great opportunity for photographers to capture the most brilliant images.

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