Liffey Falls is a popular spot near Deloraine in Tasmania to see a pretty waterfall, in fact, it’s probably one of the most photographed places in Tassie! There are two walks to see the falls – a short 45 minute one from upstream and a longer one from downstream. On this particular sunny winter’s day, we chose to do the longer walk. And it’s actually the walk I prefer over the shorter one. It’s also the track less travelled which means more peace and tranquility during the walk!
Walking through the rainforest you will see massive tree ferns, tall eucalypts, myrtle, sassafras and leatherwood trees and hear birds chattering away in the treetops.
Following are some of my photos taken along the walk and of the soft, green landscape seen along the way to the waterfall.
And the grand finale – Liffey Falls!
If you enjoyed this post, you might like to see the shorter walk in one of my previous posts here. 🙂
2 thoughts on “Liffey Falls (Long Walk Downstream)”
You have taken us on another beautiful journey Sue, which showcases the beauty of Tassie again and its unique vistas. Love the falls you captured them well. 🙂
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Thank you Ashley 🙂
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