Bridal Veil Falls Via Champagne Falls


A moderately challenging walk to some amazing waterfalls in the Cradle Valley Region of Tasmania, not too far from the town of Moina.
This out and back route starts from the Lemonthyme Wilderness Lodge, where parking is available.
The trail itself follows a clearly marked and well maintained fire trail for most of the walk.


Getting there

These falls are accessed from the Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat new Moina


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Route/Trail notes

Follow an old 4WD Track for about 1.5 kilometres up hill, it is easy to navigate, but it's quite steep.

There is a wooden signpost to Champagne Falls on the right of the track. The track down to Champagne Falls is narrow and descends steeply for approximately 200 metres to the base of the waterfall.

Back track about halfway up the steep narrow path and you will see a sign pointing towards Bridal Veil Falls. Continue along the narrow path through the rainforest and you will come to a bridge crossing a creek. The track continues for about another kilometer before reaching Bridal Veil Falls.

There is a bridge across the creek which gives a fantastic view of the waterfall.

To view behind the falls, before crossing the bridge, continue walking on the track towards the falls and you will see an area you can access behind the waterfall.

Once over the bridge the track continues up the hill for approximately 50 metres, where it meets back up with the 4WD track which and you can follow downhill all the way back to Lemonthyme Lodge Wilderness Retreat.


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I loved this walk! The waterfalls were just amazing! I can't believe we didn't see another sole the entire time. The walk up the firetrail to the start of the falls loop isn't anything special, but the circuit track to the falls was beautiful. Highly recommend this walk.

Suz on 24 Aug, 2022


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