North East Tasmania Tourism

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Natural Attractions


Waterhouse Conservation Area

Waterhouse Conservation Area


Little Blue Lake (Sth Mt Cameron)

Little Blue Lake (Sth Mt Cameron)

Little Blue Lake, just metres off the B82 between Derby and Gladstone, is a natural phenomenon resulting from the pioneering mining days of South Mount Cameron and the surrounding areas of the Far North East of Tasmania. Originally a mine…


Halls Falls

Halls Falls

A well marked 1 hour return walk to these pretty cascading falls which drop from a man-made weir at different levels into delightful rock pools. Walk past the stumps of huge trees felled over 100 years ago by early settlers. Easy Walking.…


Lilydale Falls

Lilydale Falls

On the eastern boundary of Lilydale(B81) is a very pleasant reserve and picnic area. Follow an easy 10 minute return walk under cover of ferns and eucalypt forest to discover two delightful cascading waterfalls.

Evercreech Forest Reserve & Evercreech Falls

Evercreech Forest Reserve & Evercreech Falls

Located in the Evercreech Forest Reserve near Mathinna, North East Tasmania,a 10 minute return walk (or steeper 20 minute circuit walk) leads to the ‘White Knights’, a magnificant stand of eucalypt forest giants. Standing at over 91 metres,…


Mathinna Falls

Mathinna Falls

An easy 30 minute return walk leads to the base of the 80 metre drop Mathinna Falls. Follow Road No. C423 from Ringarooma. Grade 2 Walk


Mt William National Park

Mt William National Park

Long walks on empty beaches, coastal wildflowers, camping, fishing, boating and diving are some of the main attractions and activities available at Mt William National Park. This park is also a wildlife viewing hot spot. Pack a torch and…


Mt Stronach Reserve

Mt Stronach Reserve

This 5 km return walk zigzags around the slopes of Mt.Stronach which are clothed in dry native forests of peppermint and stringy bark eucalyptus with white gum and dry white top stringy bark around the rocky knolls along the ridgeline.…


St Columba Falls

St Columba Falls

For those who delight in falling water, St Columba is one of Tasmania’s highest multi-tiered waterfalls.


Cuckoo Falls

Cuckoo Falls

SORRY! CUCKOO FALLS WALKING TRACK IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO TRACK DAMAGE….but have a look at the other great walks and waterfalls in North East Tasmania! Passing through pure rainforest above the Hogarth Rivulet the valley narrows and…


Gemstone Fossicking

Gemstone Fossicking

Fossicking is one of those activities enjoyed by many travellers, whether it is for gemstones, gold or even meteorie fragments. From a pleasurable activity with family and friends, it can also be quite a serious pursuit for others.


Ringarooma, Ralph Falls & Cash's Gorge

Ringarooma, Ralph Falls & Cash’s Gorge

At over 90 metres Ralphs Falls is Tasmania’s highest single drop waterfall, a streaming ribbon of water plunging over a sheer rock face. Cash’s Gorge is a beautiful but relaxed walk of approximately 40 minutes through rainforest, stands…

The Region

Welcome to Dorset, North East Tasmania

Welcome to Dorset, North East Tasmania

Suggested Travel Itineraries

Suggested Travel Itineraries

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Fast Facts

Fast Facts

Weather

Weather

About NETT Inc

About NETT Inc

Geology

Geology

Natural Attractions

Natural Attractions

History

History

Timber

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Events

Bridport CWA Market

First Saturday of every month undercover in the CWA Hall, Main Street, Bridport (near the Village Green) Fresh produce, art, craft, bric-a-brac.

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Ringarooma Market

Held on the fourth Sunday of every month. A variety of stalls.

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