Tasmania Waterfalls (Australia)

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Hogarth Falls was our waterfalling excuse to visit the quaint coastal township of Strahan. Tasmania, Waterfalls, Coastal, Australia, Park, Cool Stuff, World, Outdoor, Outdoors

Hogarth Falls - Cool Waterfall in Strahan's People's Park

Hogarth Falls is a 15-20m waterfall on Botanical Creek within the People's Park in the coastal Tasmanian town of Strahan accessed by a flat 2.5km return track.

Nelson Falls was a gorgeous high wall of water shaped like an inverted wine glass. Julie and I were very pleasantly surprised to see this waterfall pumping the way it did on our first visit. Tasmania, Rivers, Wilderness, Places To See, Bing Images, National Parks, Australia, World, Water

Nelson Falls - Waterfall on the Tasmanian Wilderness Edge

Nelson Falls is a 30m waterfall shaped like an inverted wine glass in high flow reached by a 700m rainforest walk near the edge of the Tasmanian Wilderness.

Horsetail Falls ('Queenstown Falls') near Gormanston, Tasmania, Australia Horsetail Falls, Tasmania Travel, Waterfalls, West Coast, Australia, Mountains, World, Stunts, Waterfall

Horsetail Falls - Seasonal Waterfall just east of Queenstown

Horsetail Falls is a waterfall easily seen immediately after rain on the Lyell Highway just east of Queenstown in Tasmania with a new walkway to get closer.

Julie checking out Montezuma Falls from the pretty scary suspension bridge spanning the tall gorge right in front of the falls Montezuma, Suspension Bridge, Tasmania, Waterfalls, Scary, Hiking, Australia, Mountains, World

Montezuma Falls - Tallest Permanent Waterfall in Tasmania

Montezuma Falls is a 104m year-round waterfall making it the highest such waterfall in Tasmania. It's reached by a 3-hour return hike along an old tramway.

Crater Falls - World of Waterfalls Crater Lake, Tasmania, National Parks, Wildlife, Australia, Waterfalls, World, Mountain, Outdoor

Crater Falls - Waterfalls and Wildlife near Dove Lake

Crater Falls is a series of cascades each around 5-10m tall reached on a wildlife-rich 3.6km track from Ronny Creek to Crater Lake in Cradle Mountain NP.

This was the cascade seen from the road bridge near one end of the Enchanted Walk (though we didn't end up doing that walk) Cradle Valley, Tasmania, Australia Tasmania, Waterfalls, Enchanted, National Parks, Bridge, Australia, World, Outdoor, Outdoors

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls - Cradle Mtn Waterfalls

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls are each 10m waterfalls in Cradle Mountain National Park accessed by a short 1.2km return walk from the Cradle Mtn Lodge.

Neither Pencil Pine Falls nor Knyvet Falls were waterfalls that we expected to visit prior to our visit to Cradle Mountain National Park. Tasmania, Waterfalls, Pine, National Parks, Pencil, Mountain, Australia, World, Outdoor

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls - Cradle Mtn Waterfalls

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls are each 10m waterfalls in Cradle Mountain National Park accessed by a short 1.2km return walk from the Cradle Mtn Lodge.

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.

Looking upstream towards the base of Guide Falls from inside its small gorge with some flowers in bloom Blooming Flowers, Tasmania, Waterfalls, Base, Australia, River, World, Outdoor, Outdoors

Guide Falls - Easy-to-Visit Waterfall near Ridgley

Guide Falls is a 25-35m block waterfall on the Guide River with lookouts both above and below the basalt wall easily reached on a 50-320m track near Ridgley.

Frontal view of Champagne Falls, which was the first of two waterfalls we saw on the out-and-back hike from the Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat Tasmania, Waterfalls, Wilderness, Our Wedding, Champagne, Wedding Planning, Hiking, Australia, Bridal

Champange Falls and Bridal Veil Falls at Lemonthyme Retreat

Champagne Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are waterfalls 15m and 20m tall, respectively, reached by a 2.5-hour loop track at the Lemonthyme Wilderness Retreat.

Champagne Falls and Bridal Veil Falls were a pair of attractive waterfalls that we combined into a single excursion that began and ended at the Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat. Tasmania, Waterfalls, Wilderness, Veil, Australia, Bridal, World, Outdoor, Outdoors

Champange Falls and Bridal Veil Falls at Lemonthyme Retreat

Champagne Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are waterfalls 15m and 20m tall, respectively, reached by a 2.5-hour loop track at the Lemonthyme Wilderness Retreat.

Liffey Falls was a series of four distinct waterfalls on the Liffey River where each of them had distinct characteristics as well as unique names. The individual falls were named. Great Western, Tasmania, Waterfalls, Wilderness, Westerns, Australia, River, World, Outdoor

Liffey Falls - Four Waterfalls in a World Heritage Area

Liffey Falls is a series of four distinct waterfalls on the Liffey River in the Great Western Tiers and part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Ralphs Falls was a very tall but thin waterfall dropping over a rugged cliff facing a wide open expanse of farmlands belonging to the community of Ringarooma. We were able to take in the falls. Waterfalls, Bucket, Victoria, Australia, Country, World, Places, Outdoor, Beauty

Ralphs Falls - Tall Thin Waterfall with Ringarooma Lookout

Ralphs Falls is a narrow 100m waterfall dropping across from Norm's Lookout, which overlooked the agricultural town of Ringarooma reached by a 600m track.

St Columba Falls Pyengana / near St Helens, Tasmania, Australia St Columba, Tasmania, Waterfalls, Saints, Australia, World, Outdoor, Outdoors, Stunts

St Columba Falls - One of Tasmania's Tallest Permanent Falls

St Columba Falls is a 90m year-round waterfall draining Mt Victoria and Mt Albert near St Helens in the northeast of Tasmania accessed by 1.2km return track.

Evercreech Falls was really our waterfalling excuse to see the impressive White Knights, which were said to be the tallest white gum trees in the world. Tasmania, Waterfalls, Knight, Australia, World, Outdoor, Outdoors, Stunts, Knights

Evercreech Falls - Waterfall and White Knights in NE Tassie

Evercreech Falls is a 5-7m waterfall accessed on a short 1.4km loop walk with a spur track leading to the White Knights (the world's tallest white gum trees).

Mathinna Falls Fingal Valley / near St Helens, Tasmania, Australia Tasmania, Continents, East Coast, Waterfalls, Remote, Australia, Island, Spaces, Holidays

Mathinna Falls - Remote Waterfall in Tassie's East Coast

Mathinna Falls is a 20-25m waterfall on Delvin Creek (with hidden upper tiers) accessed from a fairly remote 1.2km bush walk near the East Coast of Tasmania.