16th Nov, 2014

After following the track down the valley from the car park you can head up the Cygnet river about 50 metres. This is the last section accessible by walking. I spent about 20 minutes of icy cold deliberation before swimming the last 10 metres through this small canyon, which got me to the most magnificent swimming hole of which Meetus falls ‘falls’ directly into. I did a quick victory lap under the falls before swimming back through the canyon and drying out on a rock. Unfortunately I couldn’t get a snap as I didn’t have a waterproof bag for my phone, however the falls are viewable from a viewing platform above. East Coast, TAS.

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