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Tin Spur Falls

Tasmania

Tin Spur Falls
Tin Spur Falls
© 2015 - 2020 Photography: Craig Doumouras

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  • public Land Tenure:
    Regional Reserve
  • timer 2.1 kms 1 return
  • terrain image Recommended for experienced bushwalkers.
  • directions_walk Well formed track.
    Broad, hard surfaced track suitable for wheelchair use. Width: 1200mm or more. Well maintained with minimal intrusions
  • panorama_horizontal No directional signage.
    Signage is generally not provided.
  • 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 No steps.
  • map Tasmap (1:25000) - 4240 Cethana
  • No Drones Permitted

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Tin Spur Falls is the unofficial name for a lovely medium sized waterfall that plunges on Tin Spur Creek in Northern Tasmania. Most likely a seasonal waterfall the best time to see Tin Spur Falls is in the winter following a good period of rain or snow. With two distinct tiers it is a really pretty waterfall to see.

How to get to Tin Spur Falls

The top of Tin Spur Falls is right next to Lorinna Road, an unsealed road that can easily be accessed with a standard vehicle. Lorinna Road has a boom gate that, when locked, will require you to walk along the road about 1 kilometre to the Tin Spur Creek. There is no track to the base of the waterfall and requires a steep climb down the slopes to get to see the waterfall. Due to garbage bags of rubbish being dumped from the side of the road, extra care needs to be taken when descending to the base of the waterfall because of broken beer bottles. 

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