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Adams Falls

Adams Falls

Adams Falls cascades into Lake Gordan at Adams Bay. Access is by either kayak or Forestry Tasmania track which is usually locked. A key for these gates can be provided for a refundable deposit though...

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Adamsons Falls

Adamsons Falls

Adamsons Falls are situated in Southwest National Park, approximately 10 - 15km's from Dover in southern Tasmania.  The walk to the falls commences outside of the national park, and is a...

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Arm Falls

Arm Falls

Arm Falls, also known as Arm River Falls, is situated on Arm River, south of Lake Parangana, near Liena. From the Forest Education Centre, situated in the Arm River Forest Reserve, the tracks are...

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Arve Falls

Arve Falls

Situated in the Hartz Mountains National Park is Arve Falls. A popular picnic area, you are greeted by a large visitor shelter, toilets, barbeques, chairs and tables. The well formed and easy to...

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Barrow Falls

Barrow Falls

Barrow Falls are very hard to get to. There are numerous private properties around the falls and permission would be needed. There is no marked track and very dense growth.

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Bastion Cascades

Bastion Cascades

If you're a lover of stunning scenery, excellent waterfalls, magnificent cliff overhangs and small caves all encased in rainforest, then Bastion Cascades along with the Stone Hut loop walk should be...

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Beckett Falls

Beckett Falls

Situated in the beautiful Tarkine forest is Beckett Falls, also known as Wes Beckett Falls. Beckett Falls is a stunning waterfall encased in a lush fern forest with rock cliff surrounds. The...

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Billy Browns Falls

Billy Browns Falls

Billy Browns Falls is situtated near Judbury, approximately 1 hours drive from Hobart.  The track to Billy Brown Falls is well marked and can be quite slippery when wet. It takes you...

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Branigan Falls

Branigan Falls

Branigan Falls is situated in Waterfall Valley along the Overland Track.  Its closeness to the track makes it audible when walking past the creek from which Branigan Falls derives from....

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Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls is a pleasant single drop waterfall situated near Moina.  The waterfall descends approximately 20 metres into Bulls Creek.  Access to Bridal Veil Falls is via the...

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Burnies Creek Cascades

Burnies Creek Cascades

Burnies Creek, home to many waterfalls and cascades in the Great Western Tiers, is a water system that commences life near Adams Peak in the alpine region of The Great Western Tiers. The Creek...

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Camp Falls

Camp Falls

The Tasman Peninsula, home to the Tasman National Park in south east Tasmania is extremely beautiful and rugged, where rainforest meets the ocean a top of cliff edges.  The peninsula is...

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Cashs Falls

Cashs Falls

Cashs Falls is located in Cashs Gorge south east of Ringarooma, and west of Pyengana on New River. The river flows through a very steep gorge making access to the waterfall incredibly difficult....

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Castra falls

Castra falls

Castra Falls is the second waterfall on a walking circuit known as the Castra Circuit, home to 3 other waterfalls; Silver Falls, Step Falls, and Secret Place. The track is commenced as an easy to...

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Champagne Falls

Champagne Falls

Champagne Falls is a delightful waterfall situated in lush rainforest in Moina, near Cradle Valley,   The Waterfall is easily accessible from Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat, by...

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Chasm Falls

Chasm Falls

Chasm Falls is the third waterfall accessible from Ironstone Track in the Meander State Forest Reserve, The waterfall is named due to the narrow chasm it is situated in, and is truly only viewable by...

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Coal Falls

Coal Falls

Situated near the southern plateau of Ben Lomond the aptly named Coal Falls drops over coal deposits on Storys Creek. When facing the waterfall a man made mining tunnel is clearly viewable on...

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Crater Falls

Crater Falls

The magnificent Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park is home to many waterfalls, with Crater Falls being the first waterfall on the famous Overland Track when walking from Cradle Mountain...

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Creekton Falls

Creekton Falls

Creekton Falls is a stunning waterfall situated in the Southwest National Park in Southern Tasmania.with a height of about 50 metres. Though being shorter than Adamsons Falls it is equally as...

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D'Alton Falls

Part of the world-famous Overland Track, D’Alton (pronounced “Dolton”) Falls are one of three waterfalls that can be comfortably visited on the fifth day of the walk when coming...

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