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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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LOBSTER FALLS

The Great Western Tiers

 

 

 

Between Deloraine and Mole Creek the sign shown above is passed on the northern side of the highway. The track commences a few kilometres before Chudleigh where the Honey Farm Store is located. A very pleasant 45 minute to an hours walk leads to Lobster Falls lower cascade. The track passes high above the river for a few hundred metres just before the falls are reached. There is a steep drop down to the river. Children need to be closely supervised. There is a side track to the upper cascade. Access is down a steep 'track' of very loose large rocks. Care needs to be taken. A little further on there is a second side track which leads to a ledge which overlooks the lower falls. The upper falls can be seen a few hundred metres upstream.  Although a relatively  easy walk it is a little steep in places. Small bridges and steps  have ben put in place to greatly  improve the track. The early part of the track passes through a fine Banksia Grove.

 

Another one of Tasmania's great short walks.

 

 

Upper Cascade, Lobster Falls

 

Lower Cascade, Lobster Falls

 

 

 

 

 

Cliffs above Lobster Falls. Part of the Gog Range north of The Great Western Tiers near Mole Creek.

 

Banksia trees line the track

 

View from the ledge above the lower cascade.

 

 

   

The walk in late spring which is rewarded by wildflowers in bloom.