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Evercreech Falls

Evercreech Forest Reserve, near Mathinna, Tasmania

Evercreech Falls
Evercreech Falls
© 2015 - 2018 Photography: Craig Doumouras

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  • public Land Tenure:
    Future Potential Production Forest (Crown)
  • timer 2.1 kms 40 minutes return
  • terrain image
  • directions_walk Well formed track.
    Broad, hard surfaced track suitable for wheelchair use. Width: 1200mm or more. Well maintained with minimal intrusions
  • panorama_horizontal Sign posted.
    Track head signage & route markers at intersections and where track is indistinct.
  • grade Some bushwalking experience recommended.
    Users need no bushwalking experience and a minimum level of specialised skills. Users may encounter natural hazards such as steep slopes, unstable surfaces and minor water crossings. They are responsible for their own safety.
  • clear_all No steps.
  • map Tasmap (1:25000) - 5641 Saddleback

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Evercreech Falls is located in Evercreech Forest Reserve, north of Mathinna Tasmania, in fabulous forest surrounds. Situated on the Evercreech Rivulet, The waterfall itself is a gentle waterfall that cascades down a steep slope, before dropping approximately 3 - 5 metres below. Your hike to the falls will end at the base of Evercreech Falls, surrounded by an intimate natural ampitheatre of Tasmanian rainforest.

Evercreech Falls is relatively close to Mathinna Falls, and could easily be combined into a wonderful day of hiking and exploring!

Hiking at Evercreech Forest Reserve

Evercreech Forest Reserve has two hikes, with the waterfall hike being a 40 minute return loop to Evercreech Falls. This hike is relatively easy, but slippery in parts. For fungi enthusiasts, the area is a magnificent haven for different varieties of fungi.

The hike itself is on a typical bush track, that meanders along side of Evercreech Rivulet, until you reach the waterfalls. Due to the track being a loop, there are two places where you can begin your hike to the waterfall. The first hike entrance, which is directly opposite the Barbeque area of the Reserve, takes you directly to the waterfall along side the rivulet. The second access to the waterfall, which is about 100 metres past the barbeque area, will require wading through the rivulet by foot. If you do not wish to get your feet wet, follow the path directly opposite the barbeque area, and return on the same track.

The second hike is known as 'The White Knights', and is named due to the huge white gum trees that are over 90 metres tall. A short walk of 5 minutes from the barbeque area will take you to a viewing platform to see the splendor of these giant trees. The walk continues through the forest and loops back to the carpark.

One interesting fact about the Evercreech walks is one side of the rivulet is beautiful wet rainforest, where as the other side (the side the White Gums are situated), is dry forest!

One of Tasmania's 60 Great Short Walks

There is a lot to see, and a lot to learn at Evercreech, and the Forest Reserve facilities are fabulous. The area is fitted with gas barbeques, Eco toilet facilities, park benches, and grassed areas, ideal for group ventures. Adequate parking is also provided.

How to get to Evercreech Falls

From Hobart

  • Travel north along Midland Highway, and drive past Campbell Town.
  • Turn Right onto the Esk Highway (the A4).
  • Drive to Fingal, and then turn left onto Mathinna Road. (B43)
  • As you near Mathinna, turn right onto Evercreech Road, and follow the signs.

From Launceston

  • Drive to St. Leonards and turn right on St. Leonards Road (C401)
  • The road will change name to Blessington Road, and will turn into an unsealed road. Keep following the Road through the mountains.
  • Drive past Mathinna, and then turn left onto Evercreech Road. (follow the signs)

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The stunning Evercreech Rivulet
Tall Trees

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