There are many facets to Dark Mofo that make it such a complete and engaging festival. There is of course the art, which this year was as strange and confusing as ever. There’s also the food and drink on offer at the Winter Feast as well as numerous live music events during the course of … More A song of rice and fire: Dark Mofo entertainment.
Rising out of the ashes of disaster, Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed is a perfect example of the perseverance of the human spirit in the face of difficulty. Back in 2013, the whole area surrounding the property was the site of devastating forest fires which destroyed thousands of acres of land and numerous homes in … More Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed
Following on from our wonderful boat trip down the Huon River last Saturday for our Instameet, we had another fantastic event in store. The Huon Valley Mid Winter Festival was in its second year of operation and us lucky photographers were granted tickets from the fine people at Hobart & Beyond and Instatassie. After disembarking … More Old Apple tree we’ll wassail thee: Huon Valley Mid Winter Festival
Winter can be an awful season, it’s cold, it’s wet, it’s dark, it’s miserable. It can also be bloody fantastic if the local artists and their community put on a festival to celebrate the Winter solstice. Dark Mofo is Hobart’s celebration of all things dark and just plain out there. It runs for 10 days … More A light in the darkness
We’ve been in Tasmania more than a month now and have yet to do the number one attraction in Hobart….climb Mount Wellington, or kunanyi as it’s known in the Aboriginal language. The mountain towers over Hobart and as I write this is coated in a beautiful layer of snow which only adds to its majesty. … More The foothills of kunanyi