Liffey Falls State Reserve, Tasmania
Liffey Falls is a popular tourism destination situated near Liffey, and approximately 30 km's from Deloraine. The waterfall itself is part of the Liffey River waterway, and is a cascading waterfall, stepping itself down multiple tiers. The waterfall is best viewed towards the end of winter through to early spring (July - October) due to the heavier rainfall months
There are several distinct cascades and waterfalls all with their own individual names. Collectively, they are called Liffey Falls, and the largest of the waterfalls is named 'Victoria Falls' (refer to the Photo Gallery for individual names of each waterfall).
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Distances are measured 'as the crows fly' and are not reflective of road distance or hiking distances.