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Experience Tasmania's beauty from all corners of this magical island.

Tasmania offers some of the richest natural experiences for you to enjoy, many of which are stunning waterfalls embedded in magnificent rainforests and national parks. The 'Waterfalls of Tasmania' project is a community of volunteers endeavouring to visit and document each waterfall in Tasmania, providing current and relevant information about each waterfall, its surroundings, and it's accessibility.

We also liaise with the Tasmanian Nomenclature Board and the Department of Primary Industries, Parks Water and Environment (DPIPWE) with the naming of unnamed waterfalls and in clarification of key landmarks throughout Tasmania.

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Historic photos of Stephen Spurling III

Stephen Spurling III (1876–1962) was a landscape photographer and explorer famous for photographing landscapes around Cradle Mountain and the Great Western Tiers. More information about Stephen Spurling III can be found on a literary piece composed by Wendy Rimon.

Historic photos by Jack Thwaites

Jack Thwaites is one of Tasmania's early pioneers and conservationist. Born in 1902 in Kendal, England, Jack relocated to Tasmania as an 11 year old. He was a member of the Hobart Walking Club from 1929 until his death, 1986

Sharpes Falls and the skeletons of the past!

Finding Evercreech Rivulet Falls

Finding the unnamed waterfall on Evercreech Rivulet

Which Waterfalls can you take your dog to in Tasmania?

Benro FH100M2 Filter Holder review for Waterfall photography

Photographing waterfalls is addictive, and we show you how to take beautiful photos of them using the new filter system from Benro with thanks to the team at Maxxum Australia.

No Drone Zones in Tasmania

Did you know that nearly 50% of the land mass of Tasmania is a 'No Drone Zone'? We uncover the regions and the waterfalls that drone usage is not permitted.

Photographing Waterfalls

Have you ever seen that magnificent photo of a waterfall and wondered how it was done? Why is it that when you take a photo it never looks like one of those magnificent photos? In this guide, we explain the ideologies, misconceptions, and techniques required to help take a memorable waterfall photo.

The official Waterfalls of Tasmania book

Containing over 30 hikes visiting 55 waterfalls, the Waterfalls of Tasmania - Day Trips to Waterfalls is your guide for visiting some of Tasmania's idyllic waterfalls.

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Discover Tasmania's Waterfalls

We have collated the most comprehensive information of Tasmania's waterfalls.

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The Ultimate Road Trips series

Our ultimate waterfall road trips are designed for you to experience some of the best places to visit from the cities in Tasmania, all with an emphasis of visiting waterfalls.

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Historic Photos

Discover historic photographs from pioneers that explored and found many of the waterfalls we love.

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