Lower Liffey camping area
Liffey Falls is a series of beautiful waterfalls – all of which can be viewed from observation decks – cascading through dense myrtle rainforest on the edge of the Great Western Tiers. Access is via Lake Hwy (A5) south of Deloraine, or from the east via Bracknell on the C513. The narrow, winding Riversdale Rd to the top carpark and falls walk is not accessible by trailers and vans, and there is no camping at this day-use area. A small, sheltered, grassy campground is at the Gulf Rd picnic area, off the signposted Liffey Falls/Lower Track rd, and is best accessed from Liffey to the east if you are driving a big rig. The 1.5 hr Liffey Falls Track links the upper and lower picnic areas. Bring firewood and water.
Who to contact: PWS Tamar Field Centre (03) 6336 5391
This campsite is located in Liffey Falls State Reserve
The gorgeous Liffey Falls area spans a forestry reserve with a delightful picnic and barbecue area, while the pretty waterfall itself lies within a 100 ha state reserve of sassafras, myrtle and leatherwood rainforest managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service. If green is your favourite colour, you will love it here amongst the ferns.
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