After driving past the Lake
Rowallan hydro electric dam Dublin Road heads off to the left just pass the boat
ramps on the right. A 10 or 12 kilometre drive on good gravel logging
roads takes you to the Little Fisher river. After crossing the river there
is an immediate turn to the right and yet another which heads south near the
A few kilometres along is the
start of the Tarrana Bluff walk. There are many options for walking here
including eastern access to the heart of the Walls of Jerusalem national park. The
falls are in the Park.
After an hours walk pretty Rinadena Falls are reached. The walk is
actually in the park. There is a walkers registration book half an hour
from the car park. Another one of those attractive myrtle forest walks.
Easy going, just a very gradual uphill climb. The drive in provides
commanding view of Fisher Bluff, Devil's Gullet and Deception Point.
We went in on the last day of
spring after a 4 weeks dry spell. As such there was little water in the
river. A good map is recommended. As with all remote walks in
Tasmania, care must be taken. Snakes are prevalent in spring and summer.