Hogarth Falls  Strahan, Tasmania, Australia

Hogarth Falls was our waterfalling excuse to visit the quaint coastal township of Strahan.

Nelson Falls  Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Nelson Falls was a gorgeous high wall of water shaped like an inverted wine glass.

Horsetail Falls ('Queenstown Falls')  near Gormanston, Tasmania, Australia

Horsetail Falls ('Queenstown Falls') near Gormanston, Tasmania, Australia

Julie checking out Montezuma Falls from the pretty scary suspension bridge spanning the tall gorge right in front of the falls

Montezuma Falls had to have been one of the more impressive and memorable waterfalls that Julie and I visited during our drought-stricken trip to Tasmania in November In fact, it could.

Crater Falls  Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Crater Falls was really our waterfalling excuse to do the two-hour return track to Crater Lake. It turned out that Julie and I only went to the waterfall and back, which was a return track that.

This was the cascade seen from the road bridge near one end of the Enchanted Walk (though we didn't end up doing that walk)  Cradle Valley, Tasmania, Australia

This was the cascade seen from the road bridge near one end of the Enchanted Walk (though we didn't end up doing that walk) Cradle Valley, Tasmania, Australia

Pencil Pine Falls  Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Pencil Pine Falls and Knyvet Falls (Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia)

Waratah Falls  Waratah, Tasmania, Australia

Waratah Falls pleasantly surprised Julie and I with its decent flow and pretty wishbone shape.

Looking upstream towards the base of Guide Falls from inside its small gorge with some flowers in bloom

Guide Falls was one of the more satisfying waterfalls of trip to Tasmania in November Even though we happened to see it pretty low flow, it was said to have year-round flow.

Frontal view of Champagne Falls, which was the first of two waterfalls we saw on the out-and-back hike from the Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat

Champagne Falls and Bridal Veil Falls were a pair of attractive waterfalls that we combined into a single excursion that began and ended at the Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat.


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