Tarra Falls

Tarra Falls

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Tarra Falls is really nothing more than an elongated flat cascade that gently tumbles along an incline deep in the Tarra Bulga National Park. I could make an argument that this waterfall borders on being a water slide if it weren't for the forbidden access away from the wooden platform (due to steepness, I reckon; unless it was ecologically sensitive in which case I shouldn't be giving the benefit of the doubt to this waterfall). The walk to its viewing deck from the signposted pullout is very short.

Directions: It's only minutes away from Tarra Valley (site of the car park for Cyathea Falls) and signposted so it's pretty easy to find. See the page for Cyathea Falls for more specific directions.

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