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Myrtle Gully Track

Mount Wellington

 

Less than 10 minutes drive from Hobart's city centre is Australia's oldest continuously operating  brewery.  The Cascade Brewery was established  in 1824.

 

Directly behind the brewery is the Cascade walking track which is part of a series of tracks which link up to provide a walk from Hobart's waterfront to the pinnacle of Mt Wellington. The track behind the brewery runs almost parallel with Old Farm Road for 2.4 kilometres. The track emerges at the end of the road where there is a small car park.

 

From here Myrtle Gully track continues on to Mt Wellington.  After a 10 minute easy walk along the track Myrtle Gully Falls shown on the right are encountered.

 

 

GALLERY

 

   

Just 40 metres downstream from Myrtle Gully Falls is a small cascade known as Secret Falls,  The way down to the falls is not signposted (It's a secret!)