Pencil Pine Falls

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

Pencil Pine Falls
Pencil Pine Falls
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  • public Land Tenure:
    National Park
  • timer 0.25 kms 5 minutes return
  • terrain image Suitable for families with young children.
  • directions_walk Well formed track.
    Broad, hard surfaced track suitable for wheelchair use. Width: 1200mm or more. Well maintained with minimal intrusions
  • panorama_horizontal Clearly sign posted
    Track head signage & route markers at intersections.
  • grade No experience required.
    Users need no previous experience and are expected to exercise normal care regarding their personal safety.
  • clear_all Occasional step.
  • map Tasmap (1:25000) - 4039 Pencil Pine
  • No Drones Permitted

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Pencil Pine Falls, situated on Pencil Pine Creek, Cradle Mountain is a short easy walk that commences across the road from the Lodge shop. The track is a fully constructed board walk that guides you to a lookout to view the waterfall.  The waterfall commences as a series of cascades, known as Pencil Pine Cascades before plunging 20 metres

The Path continues to Kynvet Falls, which is located a further 10 minutes up the walking track from Pencil Pine Falls

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