“A short and beautiful walk to Tasmania’s favourite waterfall. It was formed when horizontal beds of soft rock eroded back to more resistant rock that had vertical faces. But as you stand in the mossy, deep green forest, and watch the water cascading gently over multiple levels, you don’t need to know its geology. Just breathe deep and enjoy its awesome beauty.”
"Flat even surface with no steps or steep sections. Suitable for wheelchair users who have someone to assist them.
Whilst the walk is wheelchair friendly, the return loop track is not suitable for most wheelchair users. Wheelchair users are advised to return by the same path instead."General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Disabled parking access
- Accessible toilet(s)
- Paths wide and not slippery
The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net:
"The National Parks Centre has a standalone disabled toilet.
Disabled parking is at the door."Other accessibility information:
For further thoughts and information, read the full review at Havewheelchairwilltravel.net
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