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Lobster Falls is a 2.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located in the state of Tasmania, Australia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length 2.6 mi Elevation gain 505 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest Views Waterfall Wild flowers
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Dan Manson
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Hiking

Very slippery sloped rocks leading down to the main falls. High risk of slipping into river when wet.

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Stacey Baker
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Loved this little hike, beautiful forest, fun winding path. A bit wet and slippery in parts with a steep drop but overall a good trail. Kids loved it too. Waterfall is beautiful with a big waterhole, will visit again in summer.

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Golnoosh Benvan
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Hiking

Great trail. Narrow path at some points with slippery rocks.

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Chevelle Von Stieglitz
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Nature trips

Very lovely track. Easy in and out. Even intermittent up and downhill parts. Pleanty of places to stop and rest.

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Jade Emma
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HikingIcyMuddy

Great track - a little rocky and narrow at the end so wouldn't recommend for kids, but you can get right down to the falls.

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Bianca Newman
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HikingScramble

A bit of a goat track but not overgrown and very clear where to go. Two destinations, waterfall and second basin. Worth going the little bit extra to the second basin, nice short walk.

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Kate Pepper
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HikingRocky

A reasonable trail to the first waterfall. Suitable for moderate to experienced hikers. The final 20m is a rocky drop to the riverside. If wet this can be slippery and possibly dangerous. A future development for the walk might be stairs down to the water as it is the only good view of the falls. Otherwise enjoyable.

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Joanne Parry
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Lisa Redman
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Hiking

Trail starts on a fire break and then goes off on to something that resembles a goat track. Very steep in places with big rocks to negotiate at times, loose rocks and tree roots are other obstacles. But beautiful falls when water is running and worth the walk

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Robin Poulton
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nice walk rough at end top falls

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Adam Hiley
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Scramble

The trail to the first waterfall is nice and it's really beautiful. The second part of the trail is literally nonexistent unless you're a pademelon. Stick to the river.

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Holly Amber
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Beautiful. Good swim spot but cold. Worth it

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grace shennan
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First to Review

so beautiful

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Jacinta F
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leearna Woodberry
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Melinda Lindsay
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Maria Winzar
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Chris Cater
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Amy Pegg
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Jess Allen
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