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The vast and beautiful flowing waterways in Tasmania's North West.

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With SO many waterfalls to explore in #TasmaniasNorthWest, which do you think are most photogenic? A strong contender would definitely be Nelson Falls, with its cascading waters located 30 minutes east of Queenstown, and only a short 700m walk in. @carrieeastley captured this beautiful shot from along the river - thanks for sharing, Carrie! . . #seeaustralia #discovertasmania #ourplanetdaily #tasmania #chasingwaterfalls #waterfall #waterfallhike #exploremore #hikeaustralia Waterfall Hikes, Beautiful Waterfalls, Tasmania, North West, Seaside, Thinking Of You, Beautiful Places, Australia, Island

Tasmania's North West on Instagram: “With SO many waterfalls to explore in #TasmaniasNorthWest, which do you think are most photogenic?📷 A strong contender would definitely be…”

594 Likes, 10 Comments - Tasmania's North West (@tasmaniasnorthwest) on Instagram: “With SO many waterfalls to explore in #TasmaniasNorthWest, which do you think are most photogenic?📷…”

A short twenty minute drive from Burnie takes you into the rural community of West Ridgley, home to the stunning Guide Falls. No big hikes required for these ones - they're easily accessible from the parking lot, and make for a fabulous picnic spot. This beautiful long exposure shot was capture by @lucashalley_, thanks for tagging #TasmaniasNorthWest, Lucas! . . #seeaustralia #discovertasmania #ourplanetdaily #tasmania #chasingwaterfalls #waterfall #waterfallhike #exploremore #hikeaustralia Waterfall Hikes, Picnic Spot, Long Exposure, Parking Lot, Tasmania, North West, Waterfalls, The Twenties, Hiking

Tasmania's North West on Instagram: “A short twenty minute drive from Burnie takes you into the rural community of West Ridgley, home to the stunning Guide Falls. No big hikes…”

699 Likes, 19 Comments - Tasmania's North West (@tasmaniasnorthwest) on Instagram: “A short twenty minute drive from Burnie takes you into the rural community of West Ridgley, home to…”

We love our waterways! Tasmania’s North West is home to the highest waterfall in Tasmania, Montezuma Falls, as well as other incredible and stunning flowing rivers, lakes and beaches. Read about them in our latest blog post (linked in bio). 🎥 footage: @we_are_explorers & edited by @tasmaniasnorthwest Montezuma, Tasmania, Our Love, North West, Waterfalls, Rivers, Lakes, Beaches, The Incredibles

Tasmania's North West on Instagram: “We love our waterways! Tasmania’s North West is home to the highest waterfall in Tasmania, Montezuma Falls, as well as other incredible and…”

263 Likes, 17 Comments - Tasmania's North West (@tasmaniasnorthwest) on Instagram: “We love our waterways! Tasmania’s North West is home to the highest waterfall in Tasmania,…”

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Guide Falls Reserve - Article and photo for Think Australian Photography, Falling Waters, Beautiful Waterfalls, Tasmania, Oceans, North West, Rivers, All Over The World, West Coast

Guide Falls Reserve: Memories | think-tasmania.com

On a family trip to Burnie, we went to Guide Falls Reserve after spending some time at the nearby Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden. Our poor IT guy slipped and fell into the water. So a word of warning: be careful on the rocks. He smashed his phone and almost lost his car keys! Apart from a few br ...

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Tasmania, Day 5. Walk to Montezuma Falls near Rosebery | The Nomadic Explorers | Australian Travel Blog

On our way from west coast to the north-coast, we stopped to walk an easy 3h walk to Montezuma Falls, which at 103m are Tasmania's highest. The 3.5km walk, through pleasant park-like rainforest including leatherwood, myrtle, sassafras and giant tree ferns is well worth the time. It is a flat, easy walk, following a track that was the route of the North East Dundas Tramway from

Waratah Falls was the feature waterfall in the town of Waratah, which was built right above its brink in an area said to have one of the wettest and coldest climates in Tasmania. Tasmania, Australia Travel, Continents, North West, Us Travel, Waterfalls, To Go, Island, Explore

Waratah Falls - Easy Waterfall with a Hydroelectric Heritage

Waratah Falls is the feature waterfall in the town of Waratah (formerly Mt Bischoff) with a history of industrial use reached by an overlook or a short walk.

 Article and photo by Carol Haberle for Think Tasmania. Amazing Photography, Nature Photography, Outdoor Crafts, Little Island, Australia Living, Tasmania, See Picture, Homeland, Continents

Guide Falls Reserve, Ridgley: Must Do | think-tasmania.com

15 kilometres south of Burnie lies the Guide Falls Reserve, a beautiful place for picnic or BBQ. Entrance: Guide Falls Reserve, Ridgley Tasmania (photo by Carol Haberle) Guide Falls: Sights and Sounds by Carol Haberle Clean toilet facilities, and a large, all-weather barbecue shelter are provide ...

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Montezuma Falls

Montezuma Falls, near Rosebery on Tasmania's west coast, is Tasmania's highest waterfall. The track to the falls begins at Williamsford, two kilometres south of Rosebery. This easy, three-hour return walk along a level track takes you to the base of the 104 metre falls through pleasant park-like rainforest of leatherwood, myrtle, sassafras and giant tree ferns. You may see native wildlife along the way, including several species of birds. The track follows the historic route of the former…

Preston Falls, Gunns Plains - a VERY short walk for those who can't manage any great distance. Article and photo by Wayne and Julie Cartwright for www.think-tasmania.com Tasmania, Preston, North West, Waterfalls, West Coast, Distance, Places To Visit, Australia, Island

Tassie Holiday: Not the First | think-tasmania.com

Wayne and Julie Cartwright are dedicated followers of Think Tasmania, and have already shared details of a Tassie trip they took in 2011. Since then, they've returned for another Tassie holiday and have graciously offered to share details with us again. Itineraries like this one are so help ...

Cascade Falls: Guide River, Ridgley, north west #Tasmania #waterfall ~ photo by Carol Haberle, article for think-tasmania.com Cascade Falls, Waterfall Photo, North Cascades, South Pacific, Tasmania, Natural Wonders, North West, Niagara Falls, Pacific Cruise

Cascade Falls: Guide River, Ridgley | think-tasmania.com

All we have to present with this month's photo by Carol Haberle is a title... Cascade Falls: Guide River, Ridgley. Greg thinks the title speaks for itself, and we're inclined to agree. We'd usually write a brief piece to accompany the image, describing the surrounds, or maybe comp ...

 Article and photo by Van De Maele M Haberle for Think Australia Living, Big Tree, Future Travel, Tasmania, Continents, North West, Waterfalls, West Coast, Dip

Dip River Forest Reserve | think-tasmania.com

If visiting the Stanley region on the North West Coast of Tasmania, a ‘must see’ is the Dip River Forest Reserve. Dip River, north west Tasmania (photo by Carol Haberle) Forest Reserve: Dip River by Carol Haberle Ten kilometres east of the Stanley turn off, the Dip River Forest Reserve is 24 kil ...