Tours, Tuition and Retreats in Tasmania for amateur photographers…

Imagine the photos you could take!

Privately guided experiences…

Spend more time at locations that interest you most. Whether by yourself, with your partner, with a friend or in a small group, enjoy the flexibility to personalise your experience.

Choose a date that suits you…

No scheduled departures
– choose what to do and when to do it.

Experience Tasmania with a photographer guide - visit iconic and off-the-beaten track attractions around Tasmania

Day Tours

Fully guided day tours for travellers wanting more time for taking photos. Explore the destination of your choice with a photographer as your guide to enhance the photos you take. 

Private Photography Tuition with Shutterbug Walkabouts - individual one-on-one or with a friend

Photography Tuition

Develop your photography skills for the genre of your choice. Better understand your camera and learn techniques from award-winning photographer, Roy Vieth.

Shutterbug Walkabouts Weekend Retreats

Photography Retreats

A bespoke photography experience tailored especially for you. Indulge in a diversity of photographic opportunities in Tasmania’s magnificent natural environment.

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Visiting family and friends in Tasmania - time out for photography

Time out for photography…

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Visiting family and friends in Tasmania? Here's some inspiration to take a little time out for yourself too… An opportunity to enjoy nature while learning new skills to hone your photography techniques and enhance the photos...
Full day photography tuition at Port Arthur, Tasmania, with Shutterbug Walkabouts

Photographer’s day out at Port Arthur

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A full day tuition-focused experience completely was personalised for Greg. He chose the destination and let us know what he was most interested in and we planned the day to suit...
Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania

National Parks turn 100!

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100 years ago, on 29th August 1916, Tasmania’s first two national parks were established - Mt Field and Freycinet. More than 40% of Tasmania’s landmass is protected as a national...

Fagus season 2016

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We’re anticipating the ‘turning of the fagus’ … Amongst the dolerite landscape of Mt Field and Cradle Mountain grows one of Tasmania’s endemic plant species… Fagus, or Nothofagus gunnii to…