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Guide Falls Reserve, Burnie

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The Guide Falls and Upper Guide Falls, a tieredcascade waterfall on the Guide River, is located in the North West region of Tasmania, Australia.
The waterfalls are situated about 19km south of at an elevation of above sea level and descend in the range of 22-.
To access the falls from Burnie, take the road towards Cradle Mountain, and then turn right just outside the boundary of Ridgley and continue down into the gully and turn left at a posted gate sign. Once entered, the Guide River is to the right and continue to drive up the gravel road where the falls are located. The top is safe and there are great view from the fenced lookout. There is also a set of steps that lead down to the bottom of the falls. Around the vicinity there are also picnic tables and barbecue areas.
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  • Located about 10min south of Burnie. You can drive to the top for views. You can either walk down the stairs or drive back to the bottom for an easier hike to the base. Take care on the wet slippery.....  more
    Located about 10min south of Burnie. You can drive to the top for views. You can either walk down the stairs or drive back to the bottom for an easier hike to the base. Take care on the wet slippery.....  more »
  • Beautiful falls with easy access via stairs. Two viewing platforms up high next to car park. Stairs down to the bottom. Rocks can slippery. We were there the day after good rain. Gorgeous. 
    Beautiful falls with easy access via stairs. Two viewing platforms up high next to car park. Stairs down to the bottom. Rocks can slippery. We were there the day after good rain. Gorgeous.  more »

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