Not sure who works out where things are but this attraction is definitely in an area called Nietta that is so small it's only a place name. It's south of Ulverstone and well worth the trip if you are in the area.
There are a few walks though some are linked by an excellent stairway of 697 steps. They link Cruikshanks Lookout with The Edge Lookout and are called the Forest Stairs. Along the way they have a series of well placed bench seats and, into these are carved how many stairs you have done and how many to go. It's one of the finest laid out walks I've ever done. The whole thing (most people recommend you do the loop anti-clockwise but it's still uphill for half whichever way you go) you can do in well under the two hours it took us. Just that we're both into photography.
The other walk takes you right to the bottom and you have to drive a bit further down the road and off to your right to find this one. Parking here is very limited but don't miss it because the experience of almost being in the roaring river is one you won't forget in a hurry.
Keen walkers can also backpack across the other side and do multi-day walks. I only ventured as far as Devils Elbow.
Beneath the bridge was a mesmerising washpool of water that was semi-trapped in a sculpted hollow while above ferns nestled in unlikely footholds though the soil was nearly non existent.
It's a special place and the crashing noise of the wash below simply adds to the experience.
On the upper lookouts you can hardly hear the water but they are impressive in other ways. The Edge Lookout is not for acrophobics and Cruikshanks is 300 metres above the canyon floor with little in between.
Leven Canyon, a place for those who love nature and bushwalking.