Dip Falls

The Dip Falls, a cascade waterfall over on the Dip River
Dip Falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the far northwest of Tasmania, Australia. It is situated in the Dip River Forest Reserve, near the small town of Mawbanna. The waterfall is known for its distinctive "dip" in the middle, which gives it its name.

The Dip Falls are approximately 30 meters (98 feet) in height and are surrounded by lush green forests and ferns. Visitors can view the falls from a platform and walking track that winds through the forest.

In addition to the waterfall, there is also a picnic area and a short walking track that leads to the base of the falls. The Dip Falls area is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and is known for its peaceful and picturesque surroundings.

If you plan to visit Dip Falls, it is recommended to wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for some steep inclines on the walking track. The area can be visited year-round, although the best time to see the falls in full flow is during the winter and spring months.