The attached image is from Liffey Falls Tasmania: Carol considered this a special place. These falls are much photographed, however Carol has captured the magic of this area ~ Greg Hale

Liffey Falls Tasmania - Photo by Carol Haberle

Liffey Falls Tasmania: Liffey Falls State Reserve

Further Reading: Liffey Falls Tasmania

Greg’s Liffey Falls image for this month’s feature was an inspired choice. Carol loved a good waterfall, and wrote several articles for Think Tasmania to showcase a variety of falls all over the state. Following, you’ll find more of Carol’s relevant work from the archives, plus a couple of extra articles we’ve published with information about Liffey Falls Tasmania.

Dip River: Forest, Falls and a Really Big Tree!

Liffey Falls Tasmania - Dip Falls

Dip Falls, upper cascade

Guide Falls Reserve, Ridgley: Must Do!

Liffey Falls Tasmania - Guide Falls, Ridgley Waterfall

Guide Falls: Ridgley Tasmania

Waratah: Tin Mining in Tasmania (Part 1)

Liffey Falls Tasmania - Waratah Waterfall

Waratah waterfall, north west Tasmania

Best Waterfall in Tasmania Challenge

Liffey Falls Tasmania - Carol Haberle at Guide Falls, Ridgley

Carol Haberle: Guide Falls, Ridgley

As always, Carol’s photo of the month for August was selected and submitted to Think Tasmania by Greg Hale. We wish Greg a speedy recovery from knee replacement surgery. Ouch!

Greg Hale is curating this series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’re honoured to continue sharing her great work with readers.

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