gayet wrote:OK, I did meander out that way, but on Sunday when the weather was less inviting. Bit grey, drizzling to light rain etc. Judds Creek Rd was damp, not wet, nor slippery. BUT am I a wimp or has there been some wash out of the approach to the creek crossing? It looked like lots of large rocks without any smaller packing around them to provide a reasonable route to the crossing itself. I was in a 4wd but given the increasing rain and darkening sky, I decided I'd just turn round now and go back.
Nice drive though
ben.h wrote:I'm hoping it is still there (I assume it is?)
GerryDuke wrote:I drove up to the start of the falls last week. Quite a long way up. The road was fairly steep after crossing Judds Creek.The sign was very clear. However, the start conflicts with the comment made by Ben.h below. Coincidently, John Cannon described the walk in his weekly column in the Sunday Tasmanian on June 19th.
Gerryben.h wrote:I walked the track today.
There are a few things to clear up:
[*] The start of the track is no longer from the wooden sign (as mentioned by huonforest), rather, it is another 50 metres further up the road on the right hand fork (i.e. the new road, not the old tasmanian trail). Here you will see a plastic sign on the right hand side of the road. [/*]
Benny Storer wrote:The Parks & Wildlife Service recently cleared windfalls on the track to Billy Brown Falls, nothing to vault over, very mint track right now.
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