Lady Barron Falls

Lady Barron Falls was a small cascading waterfall that was kind of away from the commotion of the nearby Russell Falls. We had originally intended to integrate visiting this waterfall…

Hogarth Falls

Hogarth Falls was our waterfalling excuse to visit the quaint coastal township of Strahan. It was where Botanical Creek fell probably around 5-10m in cumulative height as there were further tiers…

Montezuma Falls

Montezuma Falls had to have been one of the more impressive and memorable waterfalls that Julie and I had visited in Tasmania. It was definitely up there as one of the best waterfalls we had seen…

Preston Falls (“Delaneys Falls”)

Preston Falls was an attractive waterfall where the Preston Creek plunged some 25m into a deep gorge. For a waterfall of this size, it was also one of the easiest waterfalls to visit. Julie and I…

Oldaker Falls

Oldaker Falls was essentially an urban waterfall that was the centerpiece of Burnie Park, which itself sat within the city limits of the coastal city of Burnie. It was at the top end of the hilly…

Guide Falls

Guide Falls was one of the more satisfying waterfalls that we encountered in Tasmania. Not only was this an easy waterfall on the eyes with its wide block shape as the Guide River fell around…

Waratah Falls

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. So perhaps it…

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls

Neither Pencil Pine Falls nor Knyvet Falls were waterfalls that we expected to visit prior to our visit to Cradle Mountain National Park. It wasn’t until we noticed some maps in the visitor centre…

Crater Falls

Crater Falls was a series of small cascades and waterfalls where each drop was on the order of 5m to 10m tall though the cumulative height could very well be on the order of more than 30m or so…

Champagne Falls and Bridal Veil Falls

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. Although each…

St Columba Falls

Julie and I came to St Columba Falls with some expectations given that it was said to be one of Tasmania’s tallest permanent waterfalls at 90m thereby drawing quite a bit of fanfare and literature…

Ralphs Falls

Ralphs Falls was a very tall but thin waterfall dropping 100m 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…

Lilydale Falls

Lilydale Falls was a pair of quaint but attractive waterfalls that really chilled out Julie and I on each of our visits here (despite these visits occurring in lower-than-average rainfall years)…

Liffey Falls

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…

Lost Falls

Lost Falls was a truly lost waterfall, so to speak, as it was dry both times that Julie and I had visited it. As each visit took place in the month of November, I wondered if perhaps we just…

Meetus Falls

Meetus Falls turned out to be a surprisingly pleasing and tall (I’m guessing 35m) waterfall that even produced a short rainbow on the day that we visited it for the first time in late November 2006…

Mathinna Falls

Mathinna Falls was an attractive waterfall that seemed to have a backcountry quality about it even though the walk to reach its base was fairly short. Technically, there were actually four…

Evercreech Falls

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. Julie and I were able to combine a visit to…

Snug Falls

Snug Falls was one of the closer waterfalls to the city of Hobart that we encountered. It was where the Snug River fell around 25-30m into a deep and lush gorge filled with low-lying ferns, fallen…

Pelverata Falls

Pelverata Falls was an attractively tall waterfall that was said to be 114m tall. The main drop didn’t look to be that tall, but the overall height figure might have included the cascading…