Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania
Shower Falls is the 2nd waterfall along a creek that eventually falls over a cliff into the Tasman Sea. Just a few hundred metres downstream from Camp Falls, Shower Falls is a little trickier to reach mainly due to overgrowth and fallen trees on a track that is not often used. Some scrambling and negotiating of the terrain is needed to reach the base of the waterfall.
Shower Falls is approximately 7 metres in height. Behind the waterfall is a small cavernous area that provides us with a clear indication that this creek can become a raging torrent, with the force of the water slowly eroding the area directly behind it.
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