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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.
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.
Cataract Falls from the bottom
The middle tier
The top tier of Cataract Falls, although the was another smaller drop obscured from view