Built in 2001, the Mt Field Visitors Centre is home to Waterfalls Cafe and Gallery.
Greg and Rachel Power took ownership of the Cafe in October 2012, launching the Gallery on the 1st June 2013.
Rachel works full time in the Cafe, she loves food and tries to source as much local produce as possible. Greg, a professional photographer, displays his work in the gallery and also hosts Photo Tours in the Park.
Waterfalls Cafe is a friendly place to enjoy a great food and coffee. We pride ourselves on great customer service, great coffee and fresh tasty food. We make our own ice creams and sorbets, inspired by the fruits of the season.
From the day Greg and Rachel took over Waterfalls Cafe, a gallery was always in the plans.
The gallery walls went up on 3rd January 2013, the following 5 days we were closed and evacuated to Hobart due to devastating bushfires. The fires knocked the wind our of sails for a few months, however on the 1st June 2013 the Gallery was officially launched by Mr Craig Farrell, Member for Derwent.
Waterfalls Gallery features the work of Greg Power, and 5 other Tasmanian Photographers.
Join two talented professional photographers, Greg Power and David Harradine, on this incredible journey from the
historic shores of Hobart to the spectacular alpine summits of World Heritage Area, Mt Field National Park.
Starting our adventure in Hobart, we will take advantage of the remarkable architecture on offer - a mix of buildings
old and new. We will photograph the twilight-lit waterfront mariner and the early morning beauty of Mt Wellington.
Then we make our way west to Mt Field National Park. In this recently listed World Heritage Area, we will explore
moss-laden rain forest, waterfalls, ferns, towering Swamp and Snow Gums, alpine lakes, Lichen, Cushion Plant and Pandani.
Along the way we will also head into the Styx Big Tree Reserve to take in some of the tallest flowering plants
on earth. We’ll also spend time along the pristine banks of the wild Styx River with its fern-lined shores and tannin-stained water.
A tour of historic rural property, Redlands Estate, is a step back in time to an era of convict labour and bushrangers.
We will also spend time taking in the world famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).
Receive hands-on tips and advice to dramatically improve your photography.
For more information and bookings, please phone
Greg: 0408 412 614
You can download the pdf brochure for this Photographic Adventure here.
Coming Soon... Stay tuned!