|Land Tenure||Inland Water||Tasmap||4441 Sheffield|
|GPS Coordinates||-41.4078639 , 146.4312045|
|Road Access||Park on Bridle Track Rd about 150m north of the Lower Beulah turnoff.|
|Walking Distance||Approx 200m|
|Walking Time||15 minutes|
|Grade of Walk||Moderate with some steep climbs|
Dasher Falls is situated on Dasher River, near Railton, Tasmania. Consisting of 3 tiers, the waterfall drops down over huge boulders. At the base of the falls, small caves have formed due to the pressure of the falling water.
Starting from Bridle Track Rd, you will see a pine tree with a pink tape tied to it. Here you can park 3 cars safely.
A very pleasant walk though Dogwood trees and shrub, there is no set trail, however the track is marked with pink, then blue tape on trees. This walk takes you first to a cliff top with great views of the Dasher River, then follows to the right along the top of a ravine. It is definitely not for young children. Some sections are extremely steep on the track, and no fences prevent slipping off the ravine.