St. Columba Falls is one of Tasmania’s tallest waterfalls, with a waterfall drop of over 90 metres. Situated approximately 30km’s west of St. Helens, with easy access from the A3 Highway, with a turn off to Pyengana, St. Columba Falls is one of Tasmania’s favourite waterfalls to visit
St. Columba Falls is part of the St Columba Falls State Reserve, featuring a picnic and toilet facilities, with somewhat limited parking along the road. The track from the carpark to the falls is well maintained, but is a steady climb back from the base of the falls to the carpark.
Considering Heather was still being impacted by the MS episode, she did very well to get to the Falls and back again – nice slow walking!!
- 17th April 2005 – 16:07
- Canon IXUS i
- f 2.8 – 1/125
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