Southwest National Park, Tasmania
Unofficially-named Granite Beach Falls is a small waterfall 5 minutes walk from the Granite Beach Campsite, which for most hikers is reached on either the second or second-last day of hiking on the famous 85 kilometre South Coast Track.
Granite Beach itself is one of the many beautiful beaches along the track, and the small waterfall at its eastern end just serves as a bit of a bonus, as well as an opportunity to have a cold shower. The track actually climbs up right beside the waterfall itself, and the flat rock on top of the falls presents a great spot to chill out after the long day of hiking.
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