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Experience Tasmania with a local photographer as your guide and…

Imagine the photos you could take!

Welcome to Shutterbug Walkabouts…

Shutterbug Walkabouts is a Tasmanian based business with local guides who specialise in private photography-inspired sightseeing tours, personalised photography tuition and weekend photography retreats. We share our knowledge and experience to make it easier for you to ‘Discover, Experience and Photograph’ Hobart’s surrounds and Tasmania’s magnificent destinations.

Join us for a relaxed and informative Tasmanian photography experience – choose from our range of flexible and private touring and tuition experiences to focus entirely on your interests.

Privately guided experiences

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

Choose a date
that suits you

No scheduled departures so you can 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

Photography-inspired
Sightseeing Tours

Immerse yourself in Tasmania’s breathtaking scenery, fascinating heritage and captivating natural environment with a local photographer as your guide.

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

Private
Photography Tuition

Develop your photography skills, better understand your camera and learn techniques from award-winning photographer, Roy Vieth.

Shutterbug Walkabouts Weekend Retreats

Weekend
Photography Retreats

Take yourself away from the everyday, escape your regular routine and hone your photography skills in Tasmania on a Shutterbug Walkabouts Photography Retreat.

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Full day photography tuition at Port Arthur, Tasmania, with Shutterbug Walkabouts

Photographer’s day out at Port Arthur

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One of Tasmania's most historic destinations, the former convict settlement of Port Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula, was where Greg wanted to visit for a day of photography. Greg's aim...
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...
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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…

Photographing the Tasmanian Waratah with Shutterbug Walkabouts

Tasmanian Waratah (Telopea truncata)

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A very bright and striking feature of the Tasmanian landscape during summer The Tasmanian Waratah (Telopea truncata) grows in the sub-alpine woodlands around the state (commonly at altitudes of around 1,000m) and can…