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Considering the falls i had seen in full flight the day before (Nelson Falls) the trickle coming down the Tarraleah falls was barely worth the walk.
There isnt much else do to in Tarraleah so it is worth a walk in the forest. It is...More
Great walk to an impressive waterfall, through the forest past the Lodge at Tarraleah. Took maybe 45 minutes, and some trees down across the path but we managed to clamber over without too much trouble. There were some rough steps as we neared the bottom....More
- Return 40-50 mins.
- Easy walk with minimal inclines.
- Well-tread pathway, clear paths.
- Some places are slightly overgrown but paths remain clear
- Some slightly muddy areas during wet days
- End point: A platform overlooking Tarraleah falls (which i believe would...More
Went for a walk before dinner. It is slightly overgrown but still easy to traverse. Ends in a platform that overlooks the waterfall where you can take some awesome pictures. Looks a bit like a scene from Jurassic Park! I am afraid of heights so...More
A simple, 25 minute (each way) walk, all tracked to a suspended bridge, looking out at the falls. The impact of view will depend on amount of recent rainfall, but all the same an easy walk through lush, green temperate forest including large man ferns....More
Great place to stop with kids on the drive from Hobart to the West Coast. Park near the Power Station lookout and walk across the footbridge. Easy walk into the rainforest taking just over an hour return for the 3km. Parks have built a metal...More