As you turn into Raymond Rd the sign says "Waterfall 1". There are in fact three sets of falls in Preston Creek. The first set of falls are just on the corner as you enter Raymond Rd from the Preston end. There is an old track into these falls, but it looks to have been closed long ago. The local authorities have erected signs telling visitor of the dangers presented by slippery rocks and exposed cliffs. The track leading to the base of the falls once boasted treated pine steps and railings, but much of the wood work is falling apart now. The track is slippery and a little perilous and the falls are not easy to reach. I don't know if these falls have a name but since they once had a track they might also have a name (even if it is just a local name). I've called them "Upper" Preston Falls to distinguish them from Preston Falls.
About 800 metres down Raymond Rd there is a car park and sign the invites you to view "Preston" Falls. A well constructed path and stairway lead down across Preston Creek over the top of the falls to the viewing platform where you can see the full drop of Delaneys Falls. This is the third set of falls, and this set of falls is marked on Tasmaps and on theList as Delaneys Falls. The narrow fall drops into a very steep ravine.
The third set of falls is the smallest drop at 4-5m, but the broadest of the three falls. It is about mid-way between the other two falls. There is the hint of a pad up along the creek from Delaneys Falls, but it is choked with blackberry and very slippery under foot. These falls are marked on Tasmaps, but not named. They are referenced on theList as Preston Falls.
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