Tasmania Waterfalls (TAS) were sprinkled all over Australia’s only “Island State”, but we also noticed from their license plates that it also proudly proclaimed itself to be the “Natural State”. That said, using the state’s waterfalls as our excuse to experience Tassie’s Nature in more depth, you can see in the waterfall map above that we’ve been all over the state.
Since the island sits in the so-called Roaring 40s latitude (similar to New Zealand), we figured that Tasmania would be typically subject to a very wet climate as well as fairly erratic and variable weather. And indeed, going waterfalling in Tassie has exposed us to some of the largest tracts of contiguous untouched wilderness in Australia while also bringing us to established reserves like the iconic and popular Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
We have explored Tasmania Waterfalls over a span of 11 years so we’ve personally witnessed the unpredictability and the variations in the flows of the watercourses. Therefore, if you check out the waterfall write-ups that we have on this page, you might notice in the photos and descriptions such variability, which tells you just how sensitive these waterfalls are to the weather patterns and the climate.
Our write-ups also feature driving directions, maps, and nearby attractions to further help you with your trip planning needs.
So have a go at exploring the Tasmania Waterfalls on this page and immerse yourself in Australia’s Nature in the Island State…
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