NOTE: 30cm of rain fell on
the slopes of The Great Western Tiers in a few hours on 14th January
2011. Several bridges and roads have been washed away. Access to Meander
Falls and Bastion Cascades has been cut off and requires a long walk
along the roads from the bridge between Smoko Road and Quarry Road.
Smoko Falls road has also been cut off 300 metres from the turn off. See
and Mole Creek are excellent locations as a base to explore the Great
Western Tiers around Lake Rowallan. The Mole Creek area is riddled with limestone caves. The road through
Mole Creek is an alternative route to Cradle Mountain and the West Coast.
Deloraine is the gateway to Liffey Falls, Meander Falls, Mother Cummings
Peak, Higgs Track and Quamby Bluff. Mole Creek provides access to
The Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Arm River Track, Lee's Paddocks,
Lake McKenzie and Devil's Gullet as well as the Lemonthyme Valley.