Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby north-north-west » Mon 11 Jul, 2016 4:29 pm

Meh, that's mild for Montezuma. First time I was there you couldn't even standing on the bridge without getting soaked by the spray.
Made taking a decent photo a bit difficult . . .

Really have to get to Winterbrook soon.
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby MickyB » Tue 02 Aug, 2016 11:25 am

Great photos Davo1 (as always :D ) and Caedo12

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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby Davo1 » Wed 03 Aug, 2016 7:40 am

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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby Caedo12 » Sun 23 Oct, 2016 1:22 pm

Went for a hike to Mavista Falls on Bruny Island on Thursday. The track to the falls has been closed for a long time, but I still wanted to give it a shot to see if it was possible, and indeed it was, although it was rough walking. The falls were quite nice, although there was a bit less water flowing than I had expected. They looked like they would be quite wide after rain.
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby MickyB » Wed 02 Nov, 2016 7:41 am

Another one that I don't think is on here.
Horsetail Falls near Queenstown. Does anyone know if there is a track to the base?
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby Caedo12 » Sat 26 Nov, 2016 6:59 pm

Over the last few weeks I've been trying to tick off a few of the lesser-known falls down south. Willies Falls near Crabtree, Dora and Eldon Falls near Judbury, and Cataract Falls on the Snug River upstream of Snug Falls. Cataract Falls consisted of a fair few cascades, so I've put pictures of all of them up.
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Cataract Falls from the bottom
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The top tier of Cataract Falls, although the was another smaller drop obscured from view
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby Caedo12 » Fri 23 Dec, 2016 7:55 am

Reynolds Falls the other day. Pretty incredible spot.
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby bushwalker zane » Fri 23 Dec, 2016 2:51 pm

Nice! I must go back to Reynolds Falls one day when it is pumping. Last time I was there it was a bit piddly, but still a 10/10 place! :)
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Re: Some waterfalls of Tasmania(might take a while on 56k)

Postby MickyB » Sun 01 Jan, 2017 12:43 pm

Caedo12 wrote:Reynolds Falls the other day. Pretty incredible spot.


Very nice Caedo12. Your footage on YouTube makes it look even more impressive. You are building up a great collection of clips. Well done.
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