Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park
(4.8/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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 visited just after rain - so luck us the falls had plenty of water going over. We were well and truly saturated from the spray because we wouldn't leave. 
  • We drove up there on Thursday 8 th December 2016 from Hobart arrived 11am. Paid our $24 for car parking and 2 people. The slow walk in took 15 minutes on an asphalt path. Just beautiful rain forest wi...  more »
  • We combined the Russell Falls, Tall Trees and Lady Baron Falls together. A lovely morning's adventure. A pretty easy walk for excellent nature, great scenery and beautiful waterfalls.