Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park

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A white sheet of water spills over the edge of a siltstone cliff face at Russell Falls. A popular sight for visitors since its discovery in 1856, this idyllic natural setting is a perfect spot to snap a picture or two. The hike is paved and makes for easy walking through the sassafras and gum trees towards the sound of rushing water. Use our Mount Field National Park itinerary planner to add Russell Falls and other attractions to your Mount Field National Park vacation plans.
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  • We walked to the 40m Russell Falls just before dark one evening and had the entire waterfall to ourselves! Very pretty! What was just as good was the abundant wildlife moving around as the day's light...  more »
  • Tasmania has many lovely natural attractions and this is one of the best. It is easy to access for all ages and the scenery is stunning. The information centre is excellent, the staff helpful and the ...  more »
  • The Mount Field National Park offers some fantastic hiking, but for an easy stroll through mossy forest to a spectacular waterfall, this one is for everyone. The path is broad and smooth - a great out...  more »