Not your average week Leave a Comment / Experiences, Launceston, Transfers, Uncategorized / By Chris The last 2 weeks have been very special for us, not only did we get to showcase Tasmania and some of it’s beautiful scenery to some visitors from interstate but we also got to share it with the very talented photographer Cam Blake who runs Cam Blake Photography and Tasmanian Photography Workshops. Some of you may recognise this as the last stop at Lake St Claire for the Overland Track located in the Cradle Mountain National Park. From the snow dusted peaks in the distance and by the banks of the deepest lake in Australia at 160 meters this is where we actually commenced our journey. From Lake St Claire we headed north to Ronny Creek in order to commence the world renown Overland Track hike, it may seem strange to drive from one end to the other in order to begin but there are requirements on which direction walkers can travel at peak times. On the way towards Ronny creek one of our guests mentioned that they have an interest in truffles, and seeing it was on the way we called in to see our friends at Truffles of Tasmania which is Tasmania’s largest Truffelrie with some 22,000 trees, they are located in the small town of ‘Needles’ which is very close to Deloraine in northern Tasmania. they were in the midst of pruning but we did manage to secure some delicious products from their on-site store. certainly worth a visit and there are a range of tours you can book there as well. From a week on the overland track to a photography workshop in the Tarkine wilderness of Tasmania starting at Stanley, so many beautiful scenes in North West Tasmania to capture. If you are interested in seeing more of the amazing images that were taken on this trip please head on over to the Cam Blake Photography or Tasmanian Photography Workshops Facebook pages and websites for some really amazing images. It’s hard to go past images of the Nut at Stanley on Tasmania’s beautiful North West coast. This small quirky little town, from a chairlift up to the top of the volcanic plug that is the nut to walking the streets and soaking up the beauty and charm of this town that seems to be locked in the past is one of the simple pleasures that still exist here as well as in some of the Tasmanian small towns that dot our amazing landscape. We really loved this tour and the company we had. Maybe one day we will see you here.