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Lilydale Falls

Easiest walk that can be done in Tasmania. in 5 minutes you already see a waterfall add another 5... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
pdljimeno
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Sydney, Australia
love waterfalls so well worth the drive

Great falls, just make sure you have decent footwear, not a huge walk in but once you get there... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2018
bazzabushman
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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed March 26, 2018

We parked up and started our walk. Tree ferns and very old trees are along the path. The first waterfall is lovely and then just a few more minutes along the trail and you come to the second waterfall, all in all this attraction is spectacular.

2  Thank minx59
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Reviewed March 6, 2018

The falls were small when we visited due to lack of recent rainfall. They're about 5-10 mins walk from the carpark which is just beside the road. It's also an overnight camping spot. And it's all free.

Thank jimmywallace
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

The beauty of this area, once we started on the trail and went under the bridge actually took my breath away. We were transported from a casual camp area to a wilderness wonderland. It doesn't matter how many ferns and mossy rocks and trees I see the calmness that envelopes me never ceases to amaze me. The beginning of the trail is quite easy and we stopped quite a few times to just stare into the water that was ever so gently flowing beside the track. Things get a bit rougher so that I wouldn't be comfortable with small children or anyone with hip or knee issues. You can go down a well built staircase to stand at the base of the first waterfall or walk on up a not horrendous natural path up to the next waterfall. I do have hip problems and I won't lie, I did find it hard, but it was ever so pretty. As Tasmania has been going through a dry patch neither falls had huge amounts of water but it really was worth a visit.

Thank EvangelineRoberts
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

i couldnt get anywere near the falls as there isnt wheelchair friendy at all wasnt from not tyingwe got stuck in the mud twice

Thank sweetlips1957
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Reviewed February 28, 2018 via mobile

A beautiful and peace in the nature, Walking track towards the falls was a breeze 10 mins. There is a free camp site, parking, picnic table and playground for kids.

1  Thank maddiesam
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