Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park

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A white sheet of water spills over the edge of a siltstone cliff face at Russell Falls. A popular sight for visitors since its discovery in 1856, this idyllic natural setting is a perfect spot to snap a picture or two. The hike is paved and makes for easy walking through the sassafras and gum trees towards the sound of rushing water. Put Russell Falls and other Mount Field National Park attractions into our Mount Field National Park holiday website, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The trail to Russell Falls is easy to walk, wheelchairs are accessible by following the sealed track. 1.2 km circuit, 30 mins return. Beautiful moss. If you have more time, walk to Horseshoe Falls, a....  more »
  • Not far into the walk around Mt Field NP you come across Russell Falls and what an amazing Falls they are!!! Absolutely massive and after a lot of rain they were really flowing. Very picturesque and.....  more »
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  • Best waterfall walk in Tasmania. Be sure to do the walk at night to see the glow worms. Walkway wheelchair passable and great for all abilities and ages.
  • It was like a fairy tale, such a beautiful place. Must visit. One good thing about this place is it is accessible by wheelchairs as well. It's one of the very few places where elderly people can go walk and see and enjoy.

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