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LIFFEY FALLS

The Great Western Tiers

 

Victoria Falls

generally known as Liffey Falls

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Albert Falls

Generally known as Spout, Chute or Leap Falls

Liffey Falls are nestled in the Great Western Tiers about an hours drive from Launceston and 1 1/2 hours from Devonport.  For many years the falls were only accessible by track a 45 minute walk from below the falls.  The track still exists.  There is now a reserve only a short distance from above the falls.  A narrow winding steep gravel road links each end of the track.  The walk is very much worth the trip.  The track from the upper car park is relatively steep in parts - particularly the final descent to the bottom of the falls.

 

From Launceston the lower end of the track is accessed via Bracknell.  There are few facilities at the lower end of the track.  A new very clean toilet has recently been constructed here.  The drive from here to the upper car park  take nearly as long as it does to walk to the falls.  The upper car park has a BBQ, toilets and fresh water.

 

There are many other fine scenic attraction further up the Lake Highway from the upper car park.

 

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