well worth the walk, which itself is most enjoyable through tree ferns and lush green forest with sound of water and birds
Can get a bit wet underfoot but then it is a waterfall. Take care to remember which forks you take as it may get confusing on the way back.
The other reviews were accurate in that the trail is overgrown, steep, wet, and poorly signed. The worst part of the hike though, was pulling 10 leeches off in the dark car park. I wouldn't return, and would particularly advise against it in the wetter months.
well...this certainly a walk for only the most determined... not for the faint hearted or unprepared. Do not to attempt on your own, or without provisions. l would go so far as to classify it as dangerous. lt is most poorly signed and if you arrive at the carpark after several wrong turns and you have managed to realise the... More
Our misadventures began with trying to find the falls which are located near Scottsdale and are about an hour north east of Launceston. Their road sign had fallen over so we first took a wrong turn before finding the right road. A new sign has now been erected. The beginning of the track is overrun by ferns and features a... More
. I opted for Cuckoo Falls, “...a few kilometres east of Scottsdale. The right turn from the Tasman Highway is well signposted. Follow the signs to the carpark.” Whoever wrote the last sentence hadn’t been there for some time. There is no sign on the most important intersection which cost me about 10 minutes, and another sign was overgrown with... More
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