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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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Kooparoona Niara Cultural Trail

Attractions, History and Heritage, Experiences, Walks & Wilderness, Activities
Deloraine

Kooparoona Niara is the Aboriginal name given to the Great Western Tiers and means Mountain of the Spirits.

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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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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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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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Deloraine Streetscape Sculptures

Attractions, Arts and Crafts, Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

An exciting and innovative response to the local council’s invitation to include an artistic component in streetscape development, the Deloraine Streetscape Sculpture project showcases the area’s vibr...

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Devils Gullet

Walks & Wilderness
Mole Creek

Enjoy dramatic views into a deep, narrow gorge follow gravel roads 15 km beyond King Solomon Cave near Mole Creek to reach Devils Gullet, on the northern rim of the Great Western Tiers.

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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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