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We went sometime as the sun was setting, and it was a very nice leisurely stroll through the area. The waterfall was right at the end of the walk, and it was very cooling and calming and we would have stayed longer except for the...More
Not a difficult walk - but enough of an incline to make my knees play up. I recommend taking walking poles if you usually use them.
It's a walk that can be done under an hour (about 40 minutes) and you can walk to it...More
This is a lovely little walk, only about 40 minutes return, although with short little stops along the way to look at the gorgeous small creeks it can definitely take a little longer. It's a very easy walk to the falls, which are quite nice...More
We did this walk at 7.30am in the morning and it was simply magical. The pathways are excellent and it was truly beautiful. Have done many such walks in Tasmania and similar ones in Queensland but this is my favourite now. Lots of signs with...More
Beautiful walk. Easy with the kids. Amazing to get so close to the falls, very exciting. Bit muddy, recommend old shoes or gumboots. But all the wet weather brings stunning green growth. Great boardwalks and easy to walk.
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The Hogarth family owned this area as part of a larger estate. It was the family picnic area and as the family became wealthy they donated this area to the local community as a public recreation area. The family were... More
The Hogarth family owned this area as part of a larger estate. It was the family picnic area and as the family became wealthy they donated this area to the local community as a public recreation area. The family were involved in the local timber industry (Huon Pine) and the local fishing industry.