We were just thinking recently it might be time to run another feature about waterfalls in Tasmania. And then BAM. Dan Fellow hits us with another collection of photos to share with readers showcasing… waterfalls in Tasmania! I hope he can’t read our minds, because that would be way too freaky.

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Detention Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Cascade Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Westmoreland Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Waratah Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

St. Columba Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Russell Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Ralph Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Nelson Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Lilydale Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Hogarth Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Halls Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Guide Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Waterfalls in Tasmania

Dip Falls (photo by Dan Fellow)

Further Reading: Waterfalls in Tasmania

We’ve captioned the images as they’ve been named by Dan himself, but for further reading on waterfalls in Tasmania, you may like these article we prepared earlier…

Some of the waterfalls in Tasmania are yet to be featured via Think Tasmania, so readers are welcome to share their own thoughts about this ever-popular topic. Just leave a reply below for all and sundry to enjoy. Cheers!

For more information about photographer Dan Fellow, visit the Tasmania Photos website or call 0417 776 566. You can also follow Dan Fellow on Facebook.

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