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Liffey Falls Campground
Liffey Falls are a series of beautiful waterfalls, which are very popular with visitors to this region and that can be viewed from well-designed observation decks where the water flows through dense myrtle rainforest in the area of the Great Western Tiers. Check Instagram for the hashtag #liffeyfalls to see beautiful shots of these spectacular falls. At the Liffey Falls campground, you will find a small, sheltered, grassy campground located at the Gulf Rd picnic area, which is signposted off the Liffey Falls/Lower Track Road. The Liffey Falls camping area is best accessed from Liffey to the east if you are driving a larger vehicle such as a motorhome, campervan or even a camper trailer. Take care, the roads are gravel and very narrow and with lots of wildlife at dawn and dusk. Riversdale Rd takes you to the top carpark and falls walk, and is narrow, gravel and winding and is not accessible by trailers and bigger vans. At this location is a day use area no camping. Striclty NO PETS. If you are into fishing, you can fish for trout (with a valid license) in the nearby Liffey River. The toilets have disabled access; there are sheltered picnic areas and gas barbecues at the upper end of the reserve. All sites are unpowered, and can’t be booked in advance. The Liffey Falls campground is highly recommended but can get very cold during Winter when snow, high winds and rain are common.