Possibly Tasmania's worst kept secret, Secret Falls is situated on the Myrtle Gully track in the foothills of Mt. Wellingtom, in a secluded part of the trail. Secret falls is approximately 3 metres high, dropping into a very narrow crevice, and can easily be missed when walking past it, due to the overgrowth surrounding it. To get a view of the waterfall, you will need to make your way down into the crevice area itself. Due to a lot of foot traffic, the path down is fairly obvious.
The Waterfall is a single drop of flow, landing in a rocky pool below. Secret Falls is accompanied by Myrtle Gully Falls, which is about 50 metres further along Myrtle Gully track.
|Land Tenure||Wellington Park|
|Land Feature Name||Wellington Park||Tasmap|
|GPS Coordinates||-42.895654300545 , 147.26398768059|
|Road Access||Sealed road to Old Farm Road|
|Walking Distance||1 km|
|Walking Time||10 - 15 minutes|
|Grade of Walk||Easy|