Our favourite Instagrammers to follow in 2016

Tasmania is the perfect destination for instagrammers with so many amazing places to explore in such a small space. We get sent some amazing photos each day by our followers on instagram including shots from locals and travellers, here are a few of our favourite accounts to follow.

Tasmanian Instagrammers

Here are just a few of our favourite locals who have sent us awesome imagery this summer. We love the perspective and the secret places our locals takes us.

Em Wilson

Almost didn't make it home for dinner. Exploring at golden hour on Bruny Island.

Em Wilson has posted some of our favourite East Coast shots this year and has produced some stunning shots of the Bay of Fires which were hugely popular on our feeds.

Eddistone Point of view.

Brenna O'Garey

Have had THE most amazing day sailing around Storm Bay and its surrounding islands on the Helsal IV thank you so much @adventuretasmania @hobartyachts & @jimmyemmsphotography for the unforgettable experience, and even letting me take the wheel #adventuretasmania #hobartyachts #sail #tasmania

Brenna is one of our favourite instagrammers up north and takes some amazing beach culture and landscape shots featuring North West Tasmania.

Cam Blake

Look up once in a while. The forest was alive en route to Montezuma Falls but it was looking upwards that caught my eye. The green, vanishing point effect and the framing of the trucks made me take this shot. #seeaustralia #tasmania #photography #green #naturephotography #ourplanetdaily

Cam Blake is another of our regular contributors and the owner of Overland Track Photography Tours. He spends much of his time on the road around Tasmania with his family and takes some amazing landscape shots on his travels.

Video Compass - Simon Bischoff

Adam Bogus trying freedom (30) on Mt Wellington. Another mind blowing piece of rock.

Simon specialises in climbing photography and captures some amazing images on climbs all around Tasmania, his recent shot on the Mt Wellington / Kunanyi Organ Pipes with Adam Bogus was statistically the most popular item we have ever shared on Adventure Tasmania.

Phoebe Dowling

A good warm day for adventures

Phoebe captures some amazing shots around the North West of Tasmania including shots at Stanley and Cradle Mountain.


It's great to see all the amazing videos and images locals share with us while on holiday in Tasmania. Here are a few of our favourite visitors who have shared some awesome content with us while here.


A slice of heaven @australia #travel #seeaustralia #australia #tasmania #DiscoverTasmania #adventuretasmania #tassiepics #instatasmania #livefolk #exploretocreate #eastcoasttasmania #hobartandbeyond

Hanna has sent us some amazing East Coast shots this summer including some great shots at Eddystone Point Lighthouse

Sue Kang

Dat million dollar pose tho

Sue sent us a heap of amazing images this summer including shots from the Bay of Fires, Maria Island and her walk on the Overland Track

Kate Miles

Kate was recently in Tasmania and was one of the first to walk the new Three Capes Track on the Tasman Peninsula. We got some great clifftop shots which looked absolutely stunning.

And this is why you should look down. Isn't the turquoise of ocean waves crashing on rocks one of the most perfect colours on earth? | The Southern Ocean at The Blade, Cape Pillar, Tasman NP, Tasmania Australia

Want to get featured on Adventure Tasmania?

If you are a local or just here visiting make sure to use the #AdventureTasmania hashtag and tag us on instagram. We love sharing stuff from our followers so if you have a great shot make sure to tag us!