|Ralph Falls Walk|
Another great short walk - part of Tasmania's 60 Great Walks. The walk is easy with gentle slopes down to the falls and back via a loop track. The first section is a beautiful rainforest section leading to the falls - which are interesting but not spectacular in Summer - perhaps Winter is better. Great views down into the valley leading to open farmlands are seen from the waterfall lookout. Retracing the path back to the circuit track and heading on, you head though wonderful stands of Tea Tree until you reach Cashs Gorge Lookout. Again retracing your steps head back to the car park via duck-boards through Button Grass plains.
A very worthwhile short walk. RA Approved!
|Location: North East Tasmania|
|A gentle walk down to the falls through beautiful rain forest|
|Bottom of the falls|
|Open area viewing spot on the way to Sashs Gorge Lookout|
|Tea Tree Walk|
|Cashs Gorge Lookout|
|Duck-boards and Button Grass Plain|
|Recent burn area|
|Car Park - and finish just around the corner.|