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Liffey Falls, Deloraine

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Part of Tasmania’s enormous World Heritage Wilderness Area, Liffey Falls is believed to have been used as an aboriginal meeting place for many centuries. Located inside a protected nature reserve, noted for cool rain forests teeming with diverse plant and animal life, the waterfall is a popular picnic spot for visitors and locals. The area offers numerous photo opportunities, as well as a number of nature walks leading into the forests of huge eucalyptus and fern trees. As you walk through the area, stop by several smaller waterfalls, all of which are easily accessible. Don’t forget to bring your camera, and be sure to wear comfortable shoes and fairly warm clothes as temperatures can drop relatively quickly inside the forested areas. For Liffey Falls and beyond, use our Deloraine trip builder to get the most from your Deloraine vacation.
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  • The falls are closed to the public for work on the road, but despite signs the miners can go on with ease and the view is really fulfilling.
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  • Very nice walk plenty of photography opportunities. A must go place for everyone to visit young or old. 
  • We were really looking forward to doing the longer walk to Liffey falls but when we arrived.. Road closed for human beans and cars. Went up to the upper car park to do the short walk instead, road als...  read more »
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