Satellite Island Adventure

Fire up your creativity, join Sarah Glover, Luisa Brimble & Jardine Hansen of Jardine Botanic for a 2-night adventure on Satellite Island. You will get to photograph food, flowers and gathering in an island named no. 2 in the UK Harpers Bazaar’s list of the World’s Best Private Islands.

Whether you're looking to escape frantic city life or yearning for adventure, Satellite Island is the perfect combination of relaxing hideaway and untamed Tasmanian wilderness. This combined with a private chef cooking on an open fire, a photographer to help you capture it all and a florists who will provide us with floral goodness… this adventure will truly be unique experience.

We will re-create the scene we photographed for the WILD Cookbook created by Sarah Glover. This adventure will get you either taking part or photographing story after story, scene by scene. A bonfire on the top of the island at sunset; a long lunch at the Boathouse on the water’s edge; cooking freshly caught fish over a fire on the pebble beach; beach combing for sea treasures along the rock shelf walk; fishing at dusk off the jetty; shucking wild oysters straight from the sea; diving for urchin, abalone and mussels; watching the sunset across the Southern Ocean at Last Glimpse Point; watching the sunrise over nearby Bruny Island; lying on a sun lounge on the water’s edge with a book and just the sound of the sea and surrounded by the Tasmanian wilderness.  We will show you how to tell stories though photography, fill up your cameras with beautiful scenes and to hopefully inspire you to capture the beauty in your own daily life back at home.


Suits beginner and intermediate photographers. This workshop is made for anyone with an interest in photographing lifestyle content and in connecting with like-minded creatives. You will go home with enough content to start your own lifestyle portfolio and/or significantly add to your existing body of work.



$3,000 per person includes 2-nights of shared-room accommodation at Satellite Island. All meals and activities are included. There are only 6 spots available. To join us please pledge to our the WILD Cookbook Kickstarter Campaign here. There are only 4 spots left.



Check in: 22 August 2017
Check out: 24 August 2017
No. of Nights: 2 nights



Sarah Glover
Sarah started cooking professionally at 16 years of age. She completed a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery and then worked in every area of the kitchen, front of house, waitressing, peeling potatoes, grilling, washing dishes, you name it, she did it!  Over the years she helped open and design menus for a few restaurants/cafes in Sydney, Gold Coast and New York City.  When she moved to Sydney in 2009, after a spell working for Quicksilver in visual merchandising, she started a cookie company called Bondi Bikkies.  This soon became her full time career.  She had her own bikkie store in Bondi Beach and took it over to NYC. Sarah still runs the wholesale business in Australia. She's recently living in Tasmania to obtain her Certificate III in Pastry Marking and she's now a qualified pasty chef. For Sarah, cooking has always involved people and her heart, she love the idea of making someone something they can experience and find joy in.  She's obsessed with flavours, textures and creating from a place of inspiration.

Luisa Brimble
Luisa is a food and lifestyle photographer whose distinct photography style has been featured in a variety of print and online publications including Kinfolk Magazine, Frankie Magazine, Cereal Magazine, The Simple Things Magazine, Broadsheet Sydney and The Design Files. In the past couple of years Luisa has photographed several book titles including 'Community' Salad Recipes from Arthur Street Kitchen by Hetty McKinnon (Plum/Pan McMillan); 'Neighbourhood' Salads, Sweets and Stories from Home and Abroad by Hetty McKinnon (Plum/Pan McMillan); 'Amina's Home Cooking' by Amina Elshafei (Lantern/Penguin Books), Women's Weekly 'Real Food' (Bauer Media). When not photographing, she collaborates with other creatives to conduct lifestyle & food photography adventure workshops.

Jardine Hansen of Jardine Botanic
An ardent love of plants and flowers began in Jardine's childhood, wandering through rambling gardens with her grandmother, mispronouncing botanical names. She revels in creating loose arrangements which retain the sense of spontaneity and romance found in the garden. Her work is layered and textured, using interesting botanical specimens and favouring locally grown flowers and foliages for their seasonal beauty. 

Jardine offers floral styling for weddings, events, corporate spaces and private homes by appointment in Sydney and Hobart.


As this is a labour of love, we ask that everyone who joins us at Satellite Island has their own personal insurance. By securing your adventure, you are accepting the condition that we, the hosts, are not liable for any personal injury or damage associated with the adventure.



Satellite Island is a scenic drive south of Hobart along a road that winds in and out of tiny inlets and quaint coastal towns.


Satellite Island is approximately an hour and a half from Hobart. Head to the lovely coastal town of Kettering and catch the ferry across to stunning Bruny Island. 

Drive the stretch of road exploring beautiful North Bruny Island stopping off on your way to pick up local gourmet treats from Bruny Island’s array of fabulous produce. Stop for oysters at Get Shucked Oyster Farm and lunch and a cheese tasting at the Bruny Island Cheese Factory. Climb the stairs at the Neck for stunning views of the isthmus between North and South Bruny, Adventure Bay and Great Bay, before arriving at the tiny town of Alonnah. The Island Keeper will be waiting to greet you at the Alonnah jetty and take you across to Satellite Island. The boat trip to the Island is only 5 minutes across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel.

Satellite Island is the perfect base for exploring Bruny Island and its many walks and activities. By day explore the treasures of Bruny Island and in the afternoon return to your own island paradise.


Subject to change. Final schedule will be emailed to you 2 weeks before the adventure.




1.00pm - 2.00pm - Arrivals

2.00pm - 4.00pm - Afternoon Tea, Introductions, Running order of the day and Camera Basics

4.00pm - 5.30pm - Participate or photograph the dinner preparations

5.30pm - 6.30pm - Dinner




5.00am - 6.00am - Get ready for an early morning start

6.00am - 7.30am - Foraging for wild oysters

7.30am - 8.30am - Prepping for breakfast by the Boathouse

8.30am - 9.30am - Jardine will take the group to forage for wild flowers and foliage for the Row Boat Scene

9.30am - 11.00am - Row Boat Scene with Sarah Glover & Jardine Botanic decking out ‘Pearl’ with foraged florals. We will photograph this scene from different angle with Luisa guiding students how to photograph it.

11.00am - 12.30pm - Participate or photograph the lunch preparations, here participants can watch and learn from Sarah cook or you can photograph

12.30pm - 1.30pm - Lunch Gathering

2.30pm - 3.30pm - Siesta Break or for anyone not keen on the siesta we can have a chat about photography and you can ask as many questions as you like.

3.30pm - 4.30pm - We are setting up the table scene for a Bonfire Feast (if weather permits).  

4.30pm - 5.30pm - Here you can participate or photograph the bonfire feast preparations

5.30pm - 6.30pm - Bonfire Feast Dinner




5.00am - 6.00am - Get ready for an early morning start

6.00am - 7.30am - Participate or photograph the breakfast preparations, here participants can watch and learn from Sarah cook or you can photograph

7.30am - 8.30am - Breakfast scene to shoot

8.30am - 9.30am - Enjoy some quiet time or go for a walk around the island

9.30am - 11.00am - Photography Q & As or one on ones

11.00am - 12.00pm - Participate or photograph the lunch preparations, here participants can watch and learn from Sarah cook or you can photograph

12.00pm - 1.00pm - Lunch

1.00pm - 1.30pm - Get ready for transfers from Satellite Island back to Bruny Island.



To secure your place please pledge to our Kickstarter WILD Cookbook Campaign here


Thank you so very much for your support.