We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were told that we MUST take in Nelson Falls by the locals at Queenstown. So glad that we did - it's a very easy and flat walk on a wooden boardwalk the whole way - great for wheelchairs. The ferns, greenery and trees are...More
Very scenery! Compared to other falls that we visited in Tassie like Liffey &Russell, this one was more beautiful. It's close to Queenstown and 45 mins from St Clair lake. The track to get to the falls is almost 20 mins.
It's a 35 metres...More
Walk to the falls is flat and accessible by wheelchair or with a strollers. Path meanders through rain forest to the falls. Toilets also available at the beginning of the track. One of Tasmanias top 60 great short walks.
The road from Hobart to Strahan is a tough journey. This is a great 20 min leg stretch. Very well maintained track, which is wheel chair accessible. The falls are magnificent. The kids did the walk in a mere 15 mins. Hats off to Tasman...More
The walk to Nelson falls is very easy grade, and follows a small river through beautiful rainforest with ferns and interpretive signs for kids. Waterfall was in full swing after some rain. Was hoping to eat lunch at the falls, but not possible unless you...More
Nelson Falls walk is a part of the 60 Great Short Tasmanian Walks and a worthy one at that. Suitable for all ages being an easy walk with no gradient or major effort. Walk would be 20-30 mins return.
The falls are about 30 kilometres...More
The Tassie short walks are dotted all around and are well worth doing. Nelson Falls are one of 4 short walks between Derwent Bridge and Queenstown. It is an easy flat short walk to a pretty little waterfall. Good signage along the short track.