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Kermandie Falls

Geeveston, Tasmania

Kermandie Falls
Kermandie Falls
© 2015 - 2019 Photography: Craig Doumouras

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  • public Land Tenure:
    Permanent Timber Production Zone Land
  • timer 5.6 kms 2.5 hours return
  • terrain image Recommended for experienced bushwalkers.
  • directions_walk Rough track, many obstacles
    Generally distinct without major modification to the ground. Encounters with fallen debris and other obstacles are likely.
  • panorama_horizontal Limited signage.
    Track head signage & route markers
  • grade Experienced bushwalkers.
    Users require a moderate level of specialised skills such as navigation skills. Users may require maps and navigation equipment to successfully complete the track. users need to be self-reliant, particularly in regard to emergency first aid.
  • clear_all Occasional step.
  • map Tasmap (1:25000) - 4821 Waterloo

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Kermandie Falls is quite a large waterfall flowing on Kermandie River just east of the Hartz Mountains National Park, and a short driving distance from Geeveston in southern Tasmania. There's a number of access routes that can be taken to hike into Kermandie Falls, and we chose to hike in from the Kermandie Falls Track that commences from the end of Kermandie River Road. The hike steadily climbs uphill and roughly follows the river on the hills above. At times, it is very muddy and slippery and care must be taken to ensure you have firm footing. The track is well marked, with pink ribbons tied to trees guiding you on your route. At times, you will need to negotiate fallen trees, and work your way around them. After about 1 hour of steady walking, you will reach Kermandie Falls.

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