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Montezuma Falls, Tasmania

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  • This is an easy 75 minute walk in some of the most beautiful wilderness that I've seen. The walk follows the old tramline from Williamsford to the falls. The more adventurous can do the full walk to M...  more »
  • It took us about 1 hour and 15 minutes to get to the falls. There are parts of the walk that were very muddy so be prepared. It is shady basically all the way. For quite a while you can hear the river...  more »
  • You can reach the waterfall from two directions, one by car and the other a reasonably long trek, depending on your preference. It being a wild area you will see untouched rainforest and unknown flora...  more »
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  • For those planning to drive to the falls, ignore the sign says "allow 1 hour", that is not realistic with the state the track is currently in. From our experience it was over 2 hours on a dry day (with a brief stop to investigate an old mine shaft). Also a 4x4 with generous ground clearance is required, our Pajero with standard suspension and all-terrain tyres scraped its undercarriage on a number of occasions. It's definitely worth the journey if you allow enough time.
  • The falls was beautiful by itself, but if you have seen some impressive one like niagara falls then probably this won't impress you as much. Also if you're a person that doesn't enjoy forest walk for 3 hours (including return), then I won't suggest you undertaking the trip into the forest. There're some areas where you could enjoy a good splash in the stream but there doesn't seem to be a designed place where you could have a picnic or camp. The road in was supposed to be an easy walk but there're many water sources along the path so would highly recommend to wear sth that is water proof if you don't want to get your new pair of walking shoes soaked. The walk itself was a bit too long for us considering there's only a waterfall and a pretty stunning hanging bridge inside.
  • It's a long drive down the west coast road and then a long walk to the falls but that all makes it even better to sit on the seats for a while and relax by the falls. Knowing that the walking path is an old train line adds some meaning to the experience for me.
  • Well worth the walk in. Tasmanias highest falls
  • awesome..