Halls Falls is situated in Pyengana, Tasmania, approximately 25 km's west of St. Helens. It is also a short 10 minute drive from St. Columba Falls. Easily accessible from the A3 highway, a short drive along Anchor's Rd will take you to a small carpark and picnic area from which you can walk through the forest to the waterfall.
The walk takes you through a semi-maintained walking track through moderately dense scrub. The walk itself is fairly easy, but does get quite steep as you get closer to the waterfall. There are a number of vantage points to view the waterfall, making it ideal for photographers.
The region pays tribute to the Chinese Tin miners that worked the area in the 1800's, with historical information displayed on information boards around the area. There is also a man made weir, which also lends it self for photography opportunities.
|Land Tenure||Future Potential Production Forest (Crown)||Tasmap||5843 Blue Tier|
|GPS Coordinates||-41.2551095 , 148.0342931|
|Road Access||Sealed Road, with short unsealed section|
|Walking Distance||Approximately 1km|
|Walking Time||30 minutes|
|Grade of Walk||Moderate, with some steep stairs|