Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls Reserve, Tasmania

An easy walk (with a few steep sections) visiting the picturesque Liffey Falls. It passes through lush forest with very healthy looking tree ferns.

Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve

This short walk on constructed tracks visits the upper and lower sections of Liffey Falls. The falls are nice, but the rainforest and tree ferns probably steal the show. We did it after climbing nearby Quamby Bluff.  The whole walk is signposted so you won’t have any trouble navigating; brief details are on the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service site.

The Scenery

Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
Lush tree ferns.
Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
Lush tree ferns.
Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
A humongous fungus. This photo is depicting the fact that there was a bite sized section missing from it, and also that Sophia wishes all fungus were edible.
Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
The upper falls. Looks like there are some wild storms and floods.
Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
Sophia being a tree fern.
Liffey Falls Track, Liffey Falls State Reserve
Liffey Falls (lower falls).

Author: Edward Hathway

I'm a clinical psychologist and keen hiker.

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