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2020 (1 waterfall visited)
Starting entries from when I got my first DSLR. At the time of visiting, was not aware these falls were a listed entity! Viewed from Cape Tourville walk, short and easy walk with beautiful views suited to all ages and stages of ability.
27 Dec 2020
2021 (16 waterfalls visited)
04 Jan 2021
An ambitious start that failed miserably. Falls weren't found, may have helped to do more research before there was no reception! Note turn right at crossroads, and apparently stairs lead beside a pipe from lookout. Try again some day.
05 Jan 2021
Not much to say besides photography ability was non existent. Come back another day
10 Apr 2021
Destroyed by floods previously, muddy track areas, even in very low flow. Fossils everywhere
17 Apr 2021
Ethereal, no other words to describe this largely under-rated lower tier. Bittersweet location, will visit often in future. Note not for the very unfit ;) Did visit upper tier, not much time.
24 Jul 2021
Although not the prettiest, definitely one of the easiest falls to access in NW Tas. Incorrectly signed on at start of walk. Single drop falls - Delaneys
First (successful) attempt. Start at Delaney walk, after bridge crossing, follow creek upstream until falls reached. Warning: No track. Very muddy at all times (use boots), overgrown with blackberries, high grasses. (use common sense;) )
07 Aug 2021
See Google Reviews. Take care with 2WD. from collapsed bridge, climb down RHS - slightly visible track. Didn't make to base of falls. Small area, rock scramble to see falls (off track, no safety.) Only do if experienced.
14 Aug 2021
Ran out of time and fitness to visit - but did see this along the way, not split rock falls, but another unnamed falls only visible in the wetter months. The echo of the area creates such a haunting, eerie atmosphere.
Same failed Split Rock / Shower Cave walk. Stunning cascades along the walk that you cross, not named.
18 Aug 2021
So easy to access, but difficult to photograph in such high flow
Easy to access via stairs and lookout. (Raining at time of photo)
No super easy viewing position - but beautiful scene. Definitely worth the walk beyond Pencil Pine to view. Was freezing cold and raining at time of photo
18 Sep 2021
Long drive, short walk. No options to go off track and explore...
Wheelchair Accessible Upper Tier of Dip Falls
30 Oct 2021
Signage at start indicates circuit is closed. Waterfall is still accessible, suggested to return same way as entry. A shortened circuit possible, overgrown, path largely eroded. River crossing not necessary, high flow at time of visit.
Didn't make to falls - got stuck in mud to thighs, thankfully had someone to pull me out! Many leeches found...
27 Nov 2021
2022 (6 waterfalls visited)
19 Feb 2022
After a dry summer, trip to see what the level of flow was like. As expected, quite low. Path extremely overgrown with blackberries, and high grasses. couldn't get very close to falls.
25 Apr 2022
Much easier than anticipated. Road fine with 2WD, only one iffy corner with gravel near falls. approx 10-11km walk, took 3hr 15 including photos. almost entirely flat and wide path, except last patch before falls. (narrow + some stairs.)
Short walk with plenty of infrastructure leading to the falls. lookouts and boardwalks aplenty - very tourist friendly. Low flow at time of visit.
28 May 2022
Raining. Uphill 4WD track walk for 90% of way, then down through bush. Longer than expected - but very wet, slippery and unfit.. 1hr to falls, 30min easy back. Stood in water for photo, lots of mist from falls and rain. 5 Star, Stunning
11 Jun 2022
Visited Cradle in the hopes of getting to Dove Lake, compromised by visiting pencil pine falls and cascades for a second time, in the rain. High flow.
13 Jun 2022
Another Failed Cradle Mt Trip, road closed due to ice again. For once, it wasn't raining, and just reaching sunset, scrambled along to the falls once again. Amazing difference within two days flow levels. Loved it.
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