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 Mt Field National Park visitor centre. Adams Falls is little known and rarely visited making it a hidden gem.
Adams Falls, Adams River, Adamsfield Conservation area and Adams Bay are all named after the Adamsfield osmiridium mining settlement.
|Land Tenure||Regional Reserve|
|Land Feature Name||Clear Hill Regional Reserve||Tasmap||4426 Adamsfield|
|GPS Coordinates||-42.72037 , 146.29689|
|Road Access||Forestry Tasmania track but gates are usually closed|
|Walking Distance||The track is right next to the top of the falls|
|Walking Time||10 seconds|
|Grade of Walk|