Horsetail Falls is a seasonal waterfall near Queenstown, Tasmania. The falls cascades over 50 metres down a steep cliff face, and can be seen from the road. A boardwalk giving closer access was opened in 2017.For travelers who use our world travel planner, Queenstown holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Horsetail Falls and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Horsetail Falls reviews
It's all a matter of chance really during the dryer seasons but we managed to visit just after rain had fallen and the falls were in full flight. Would be stunning during the winter and the new path.... more »
Horsetail Falls is located between Queenstown and Gormanston. The walk up to the viewing platform is nice. However, the secret is to keep going off the walkway on the hidden track to the top of the... more »
I think the falls would be beautiful if there were water flowing. The trail leading there is well built. No shade though on a hot day.
Falls are good when its raining or just after with good flow. After a dry spell not much to see.
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