Somewhere on Earth presents an extraordinary documentary that will take you to Tasmania, an island located just south of Australia in the “Roaring Forties” – where the Pacific and Indian Oceans meet. Tasmania’s unique blend of ocean and mountain landscapes has attracted millions of tourists over the years, but that’s not all it has to offer.
Through this documentary, you’ll have the chance to meet some incredible people who call this island home. First up is Richard Bennet, who resides on Bruny, a little island off Hobart. Bennet is a talented photographer who has captured Tasmania’s light, colors, and seascapes like no one else. As you explore his works, you’ll be mesmerized by the enchanting beauty of Tasmania that he has so brilliantly encapsulated.
In addition to Bennet, you’ll also meet Steve, an adventurer who loves to explore the Tasmanian forests on the lookout for Huon Pine trees—among the oldest living things on our planet. Steve’s love for these trees and his knack for recognizing them in the forest is a sight to behold.
Another pair of intriguing characters you’ll meet in this documentary are two brothers, Liam and James. These wild surfers have an insatiable appetite for adventure, taking them deep into the heart of Tasmania’s bush, where they seek out and ride waves on deserted beaches.
If you’re itching for a Tasmanian adventure of your own, this documentary will give you a glimpse of what to expect. It will take you on an unforgettable journey through Tasmania’s stunning landscapes and introduce you to some fantastic people who will leave you inspired. So grab some popcorn and hit the play button on this incredible documentary now!