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Montana Cascades

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

Montana Falls are on private property but the cascades can be viewed from 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm.

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Great Western Tiers Forest Walks

Walks & Wilderness
Jackeys Marsh

Join our guided short walks for a unique Tasmanian wild forest experience: ◦ancient old-growth forests ◦birds and wildlife in their natural habitat ◦easily accessible wild places and wilderness

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Quamby Bluff Trail

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

Quamby Bluff stands out as a prominent feature along the tiers when travelling along the Bass or Lakes Highways. The walking track starts at a carpark on the Lakes Highway between Golden Valley and Li...

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Wildwood Nature Reserve

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

Wildwood is a reserve of 5.7 hectares (14 acres) which runs alongside the Meander River from just west of the Apex Caravan Park towards the Showgrounds and, although owned and managed by the Delora

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Meander Falls & Forest Reserve

Walks & Wilderness
Meander

Winding its way through the gorgeous surrounds of the Meander Forest Reserve, this full day walk will take you away from the region’s more popular areas, deep into the heart of the Tasmanian Wildernes...

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Liffey Falls

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

Experience World Heritage on your doorstep at Liffey Falls, one of the most stunning natural wonders the Great Western Tiers region has to offer.

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Pine lake

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

The Pine Lake walk offers a rare opportunity to get close to one of Tasmania's rarest trees without having to go on an extended bushwalk. The pencil pine is an ancient species that evolved before flo...

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Alum Cliffs (Tulampanga)

Walks & Wilderness
Mole Creek

Known to the local Aboriginal people as Tulampanga, the Alum Cliffs located to the north of Mole Creek has been a sacred celebration place for thousands of years. The 40-50 minute return walk will tak...

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