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23 amazing black and white images of Tasmania

7 March 2012 10 Comments
Seen better days - Binnelong Bay Tasmania

Seen better days - Binnelong Bay

Tasmania is an amazing place for photography. So many wild places, so many undiscovered opportunities to take the “perfect” image. In this aricle we share 23 of the best black and white images of special places in Tasmania we could find.  They highlight the beauty of this amazing Island and  take you there to enjoy the best of Tasmania.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy Tasmania in black and white, you won’t be disappointed!
Image: Brentbat via Flickr

Lake Pedder, Tasmania

Lake Pedder, one foggy winter's morning.

Image: ToniFish via Flickr

Mona Tasmania

Loop System Quintet by Conrad Shawcross - Mona Tasmania

Image: Fraser Mummery – via Flickr

Cascade Brewery - Hobart

Cascade Brewery - Hobart

Image: Bill Higham via Flickr

Vertical Retort - Launceston Tasmania

Vertical Retort - Launceston Tasmania

Image: Mugley via Flickr

Wreck of the Otago - Hobart Tasmania

Wreck of the Otago - Derwent River, Hobart

Image: Bill Higham via Flickr

Road to Black Island

Road to Black Island

Image: Gajman via Flickr

The swimming school - Hobart

The swimming school - Hobart

Image: Hani Amir via Flickr

Footsteps - Seven Mile beach

Footsteps - Seven Mile beach

Image: Hani Amir via Flickr

Mt Wellington Hobart - Clouds

Mt Wellington Hobart - Clouds

Image: GimmeFood:-) via Flickr

Waterfalls Track, Cradle Mountain National Park

Waterfalls Track, Cradle Mountain National Park

Image: Martin Canning via Flickr

On the way to Cradle Mountain - Tasmania

On the way to Cradle Mountain

Image: Liv Ellingson via Flickr

Hilltown Gothic  -  Launceston

Hilltown Gothic - Launceston

Image: mugley via Flickr

Strangers on a bridge - Launceston Tasmania

Strangers on a bridge - Launceston

Image: mugley via Flickr

 

Boat Shed - Crater Lake - Cradle Mountain National Park

Boat Shed - Crater Lake - Cradle Mountain National Park

Image: Richard Munckton via Flickr

Incipience, Freycinet National Park Tasmania

Incipience, Freycinet

Image: Stefan Karpiniec via Flickr

Friends - Sisters Beach Tasmania

Friends - Sisters Beach

Image: Leonrw via Flickr

Boat Shed - Dove Lake Cradle Mountain Tasmania

Boat Shed - Dove Lake Cradle Mountain

Image: Ozjimbob via Flickr

Nelson Falls - Tasmania

Nelson Falls

Image: **Sasho via Flickr

Boardwalk to Dove Lake - Cradle Mountain National Park Tasmania

Start Boardwalk to Dove Lake

Image: dr.r.lam via Flickr

Confused at Cradle Mountain?

Confused at Cradle Mountain?

Image: vanlaar via Flickr

Gum Trees from the top of Mount Nelson

Gum Trees from the top of Mount Nelson

Image: Vanlaar via Flickr

Organ Pipes -  Mt. Wellington in Winter

Organ Pipes - Mt. Wellington in Winter

Image: ccdoh1 via Flickr

Which was your favourite black and white photograph?

Do you have any images taken in Tasmania you would like to share here?

Shoot us a comment below telling us which one you loved or that you have a picture to share here. We would love your feedback.

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10 Comments »

  • Roz Horne said:

    wow..we are trying to coalate our 4 day stay in tassie ..and may i add our first stay…really amvery confused as to where we would like to go the Freycinete East Coast or stay close to Launceston and do Cradle Mt..It wil be my husbands 60th birthday.. want to make it super special…i just love all the photos ..in particular because in black and whtie…….thankyou….Roz Horne

  • Frank (author) said:

    Hi Roz,
    Thanks with your feedback about the balck and white images. They do look great!
    4 days in Tasmania. Do you have a car? Where do you arrive. Launceston or Hobart?
    Freycinet is beautiful, as is Cradle Mountain. If you are staying in the north of Tasmania, try and fit in both!

    Distances are not so long in Tassie but driving time is, you need to try and plan it so you are not driving all day.

    let us know your plans and we will try and make some suggestions.

    Enjoy
    Frank

  • peter o'neill said:

    Hi Frank and Sue,
    Thanks for your informative site, it enabled me to prepare myself for my visit. I followed your advice and took the trail from Dove Lake up to the Face Trail..wow..very steep in places, but the views were spectacular !! The day was crystal clear, skies a deep blue which framed the Mountains to perfection…think I got lucky there ! I have photo’s that make others who have visited on day’s not so clear, very envious. Thanks again, and I will be back, as there is so much to see.
    Cheers….Pete

  • Frank (author) said:

    Hi Peter,
    Thanks for dropping by!

    The Face Track can be a challenge, we find it harder going down rather than up!

    Would love to share some of your images and story of you are interested. Just shoot us an email at frank@cradlemountain.net if you are interested.
    Cheers
    Frank and Sue

  • Andrew Bowen said:

    Hi Frank and Sue,
    Nice set of photos, but then I would have to say that being a Tasmanian. Is Black Island a Tassie destination? You have me puzzled on this one and I generally like to think I know or have heard of most places in Tassie (even off the beaten path).
    Cheers
    Andrew

  • Andrew Bowen said:

    Is it on the Tamar Wetlands?

  • Frank (author) said:

    Hi Andrew,
    No we have never been to Black Island but I actually double checked before I put up the shot as I had never heard of it either.

    It is near Strahan (I hope!) This is the link to a map of it (as taken by the photographers camera GPS)

    Hope this makes sense!
    Frank

    (The other answer is that the photographer called it “Black Island ” because it was black!)

  • Fraser Mummery said:

    A pleasure to see one of my images in such good company. Thanks.

  • Frank (author) said:

    Thanks Fraser ,
    Loved the light in yours.

    Cheers and I hope we attributed it correctly!

    Frank

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