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This hike summary has been provided by Waterfalls of Tasmania and as such, not all information has been provided on this site. For more information on this waterfall hike, please visit Waterfalls of Tasmania.
There are many waterfalls throughout Tasmania that are worth exploring! One of the best ways to discover some of the best scenery in Tasmania is simply hiking to a waterfall. Waterfalls of Tasmania has the most informative and thorough documentation about Tasmania's most popular waterfalls.
There are many scientific reasons why visiting a waterfall is good for our mental and physical health. I won't go into them here but I will say that exploring waterfalls on your hikes is a great way to break up the journey as their beauty alone is good for the soul. Search for more hikes with waterfalls here.
Photography by Caedence Kuepper
About the region
Evercreech Forest Reserve is a beautiful natural reserve located in Northern Tasmania. Nearby are the Mathinna Falls Forest Reserve and the Griffin Camping Area. These north-east forest reserves are attractive spots to break your journey on the A4 between the Midland Highway and the east coast. To reach them, turn left on the B43 at Fingal towards Mathinna. An interesting alternative route continues beyond Mathinna, taking gravel roads through the Mount Victoria Forest Reserve to reach the rich north-east farmlands at Ringarooma.
Road C423 from Ringarooma and follow signs to Evercreech Forest Reserve (unsealed roads).
Toilets, picnic tables, picnic shelter, fireplaces and firewood.
Track to viewing platform may suit some wheelchair users and those with strollers.
Walking here is not recommended in strong winds or stormy weather – trees and limbs may fall.
Dogs welcome on a leash. Camping, firearms or bicycles are not allowed.
For more information about this hiking trail please visit Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania