Summary: Lady Barron Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Mount Field National Park, and is the third and furthest waterfall along the Three Falls Circuit walk.

Lady Barron Falls is the third and furthest waterfall on the Three Falls Circuit walk through Mt Field National Park. A viewing platform provides a great view of the waterfall, where Lady Barron Creek cascades over multiple tiers. Like the more famous Russell Falls Lady Barron Falls consists of softer horizontal marine Permian siltstone benches, while the vertical faces of the falls are composed of resistant sandstone layers.

Lady Barron Falls (Mount Field)

The waterfall is named after Lady Clara Barron, the wife of Sir Harry Barron, who was a former Governor of Tasmania.

Lady Barron Falls (Mount Field)

Getting to Lady Barron Falls

The Mount Field Visitor Centre on Lake Dobson Road is about a 1:15min drive from Hobart. From the visitor centre, Lady Barron Falls is reached via the Russell Falls Nature Walk and Three Falls Circuit / Tall Trees Walk, which also passes Russell Falls). It’s about a 6km loop walk to the waterfall, with some steep sections involving timber steps.

Source: TasTrails

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