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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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FORTH FALLS

North West Tasmania

 

On the northern side of WILMOT there is a turn to the left that heads down to Lake Barrington.  A few kilometres down the road a right turn is taken. Immediately to the right there is a car park tucked back further to the right.  The track to Forth Falls commences here.  It is not signposted. A half hour walk on an easy track takes you to the gorge which hosts the falls.  At this point the track splits in two and the going gets tougher.  The left branch descends down to the fiver where the lower falls are found - 10 minutes.  The track to the right heads very steeply  to the upper falls -20 minutes. The track to the falls from the junction is rough with numerous loose rocks.  The tracks would be particularly difficult in wet conditions.

Upper Forth Falls

   

Lower Forth Falls

 
 

 

 

 
   
   
 

The car park at top left has been closed off. Visitors to the falls now need to park on the road.