Having a drop of over 40 metres, Willies Falls is a sensational waterfall in Southern Tasmania on Crabtree Rivulet.
At the time of writing, it was unclear if access to Willies Falls is possible from public land. Waterfalls of Tasmania was graciously allowed access through private property to photograph this waterfall. For this reason, no tracking & GPS information is provided.
Crabtree Rivulet and Willies Falls descends between steep cliffs. From the base of the waterfall, it is possible to get to the top of the waterfall on the eastern side. On the southern side of the waterfall, a large rock screen that descends from the top of the mountain to the base of the waterfall offers the best vantage points to see the waterfall in it's entirity.
|Land Tenure||Conservation Area|
|Land Feature Name||Russell Ridge Conservation Area||Tasmap||5024 Longley|
|GPS Coordinates||-42.9208326 , 147.0339581|
|Road Access||Unsealed Road to Crabtree|
|Walking Time||3 hours return|
|Grade of Walk||Moderate to Difficult. No defined track.|