The Great Western Tiers  by desertsea

The Great Western Tiers by desertsea

THE GREAT WESTERN TIERS by Jeff Crowe, via Flickr

THE GREAT WESTERN TIERS by Jeff Crowe, via Flickr

On Quamby Bluff, Great Western Tiers[+]Visit www.TasmanianGeographic.com[+]SendUsYourPhotos! by Tasmanian Geographic, via Flickr

On Quamby Bluff, Great Western Tiers[+]Visit www.TasmanianGeographic.com[+]SendUsYourPhotos! by Tasmanian Geographic, via Flickr

Great Western Tiers by offtooz2004, via Flickr

Great Western Tiers by offtooz2004, via Flickr

Great Western Tiers, Tasmania by ShaneSinclair, via Flickr

Great Western Tiers, Tasmania by ShaneSinclair, via Flickr

The Great Western Tiers by clairebear-the exton gardener, via Flickr

The Great Western Tiers by clairebear-the exton gardener, via Flickr

Meander Falls - Split Rock Falls - A good number of fine walking tracks are found in the Meander Forest Reserve just south of Deloraine. Walking along the waterfalls and other point of interest along the Great Western Tiers are the main attraction. The start of a .well defined track starts at the end of the Meander Falls Road which is about 29 km from Deloraine. It is also worthwhile to take a good circuit walk to the most scenic Split Rock Falls.

Meander Falls - Split Rock Falls - A good number of fine walking tracks are found in the Meander Forest Reserve just south of Deloraine. Walking along the waterfalls and other point of interest along the Great Western Tiers are the main attraction. The start of a .well defined track starts at the end of the Meander Falls Road which is about 29 km from Deloraine. It is also worthwhile to take a good circuit walk to the most scenic Split Rock Falls.

Meander Falls - One of the most famous features found in northern Tasmania is the Great Western Tiers. Its huge cliff faces mark the edge of a central plateau and naturally give rise to many waterfalls. The start of the most scenic walk is about 29 km south of Deloraine via the small settlement of Meander and the Meander falls road.

Meander Falls - One of the most famous features found in northern Tasmania is the Great Western Tiers. Its huge cliff faces mark the edge of a central plateau and naturally give rise to many waterfalls. The start of the most scenic walk is about 29 km south of Deloraine via the small settlement of Meander and the Meander falls road.

Liffey Falls  flip flop  water fall  feet

Liffey Falls flip flop water fall feet

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