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All reviews chair lift suspension bridge cataract gorge swimming pool zig zag cable car the reserve chairlift ride great walk beautiful peacocks natural beauty walking trails close to town the river power station beautiful place to visit easy walk
Absolutely amazing was finding it really hard not to just take pictures the whole time. I have travelled exstensivly through alpine areas of nz and oz it is the same but different.There are lots of different tracks to enjoy and swingbridges all sorts of hidden...More
We have enjoyed the zig zag walk (hike) and the views along the easy walk through the gorge. There was a public park at the end that looked good for families and there’s cafes for tourists. Might not be so enjoyable for those with mobility...More
We were here on a lovely sunny day, grounds are very well kept and it is very peaceful. Lots of walks to take! Great views. A big pool, a chairlift and a great playground as well as a restaurant! Highly recommended.
we visit this place every time we come to Tasmania and always enjoy the serenity. this time we were a bit mobility challenged due to a knee injury so couldn't enjoy the walks but the ride on the chairlift gave us perfect views. all staff...More
Many varies walks for strollers or experienced hikers - brilliant place!
You can walk up from the town via an easy route or a challenging steep route (which we took).
You can also drive up and there is plenty of parking - park on the...More
I was a bit surprised on how gorgeous this was and it’s proximity to town. We completed the first basin walk, walked to one of the lookouts and across the suspension bridge. We did start a bit of the trail after the bridge but ran...More
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Adeline, my honest suggestion would be skipping the gorge and save the two hours for the Freycinet where there are so many to see and experience. The kayak they run in Coles Bay takes 3 hours along the coast, which is far... More
Adeline, my honest suggestion would be skipping the gorge and save the two hours for the Freycinet where there are so many to see and experience. The kayak they run in Coles Bay takes 3 hours along the coast, which is far better than the gorge.