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Russell Falls

Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia
+61 3 6288 1149
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  • Excellent68%
  • Very good27%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“easy walk” (48 reviews)
“short walk” (43 reviews)
“tall trees” (65 reviews)
LOCATION
Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia
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+61 3 6288 1149
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"easy walk"
in 48 reviews
"short walk"
in 43 reviews
"tall trees"
in 65 reviews
"national park"
in 38 reviews
"glow worms"
in 12 reviews
"nice walk"
in 9 reviews
"information centre"
in 6 reviews
"new norfolk"
in 5 reviews
"day pass"
in 7 reviews
"beautiful waterfall"
in 8 reviews
"visitor center"
in 5 reviews
"longer walk"
in 5 reviews
"tree walk"
in 7 reviews
"heavy rain"
in 5 reviews
"parks pass"
in 5 reviews
"natural beauty"
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"water flowing"
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Reviewed January 23, 2018

Get your cameras ready - this place is gorgeous! The waterfall is high and surrounded by beautiful forest plants. You can get a look at it from a few different views and they are all brilliant. Not far on is Horseshoe Falls which is cool...More

Thank funkyhughes23
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Reviewed January 22, 2018 via mobile

During our trip around Tasmania, we looked at several of the more highly rated waterfalls, with St Columba Falls being one of our favorites, until we visited Nelson Falls, which became our new favourite. But not for long - when we saw Russell Falls, it...More

2  Thank AlbanyRick
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Here is a waterfall that must not be missed. The access is easy and wheelchair friendly. The falls itself is cascading and a sight to behold after some rain. A bit of a drive to get here but in the end fully worth the efforts....More

2  Thank OZ-Travelling-Family
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Reviewed January 16, 2018 via mobile

One of the prettier waterfalls I have seen. It is a fairly easy walk to the base of the falls and these are the best views. Love the trees and growth on the first tier of the waterfall. The walk to the top is steep...More

Thank mjvd74
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Reviewed January 14, 2018

Very nice falls, were lucky we had some rains a few days ago being middle of January. Always a pleasure to include all of the Mt. Fields National Park :)

Thank Bojangles1954
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Reviewed January 14, 2018 via mobile

Ease of access makes this a visit for all the family. So much to photograph with the large ferns and moss covered trees and logs. A meandering stream flanks the path leading you to the water fall.

Thank adventuregirlManila
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Reviewed January 14, 2018

Just beautiful, walking along the tracks looking at the beautiful landscape. Very enjoyable experience.

Thank AnnaKingaroy
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Reviewed January 14, 2018

Not the tallest, widest, or most powerful falls we've seen, but we enjoyed the dramatic backdrop of the multi-tiered falls nonetheless. The hike is easy (moderate if you're out of shape) if you want to go to the top of the falls. There is a...More

1  Thank Mitchell O
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Reviewed January 12, 2018 via mobile

Had a great walk to the falls with our kids. Beautiful spot. We carried on and walked to the tall trees and Lady Barron falls too. Great place.

Thank bigand101
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Reviewed January 11, 2018 via mobile

This waterfall is pretty cool and has different levels to it, depending on the rainfall the waterfall gets will determine how cool it looks. Note, you do have to pay for a national park pass in Tasmania and there are a lot of national parks...More

Thank Joe E
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Archiebellacoco
March 17, 2018|
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Response from Jeembo11 | Reviewed this property |
Unlikely unless it was heavy rainfall. Ring the on site info centre.
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Jayne W
January 26, 2018|
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Response from Bojangles1954 | Reviewed this property |
I know I am late but no would be the answer :)
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