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Distance: 4.43 km ( 2.75 miles ) Duration: 1 hour and 30 mins. Last Updated: 01 Oct 2021
A fantastic walk added by Megan Hack it's in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
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This is a great walk around the world famous Cataract Gorge in Launceston, Tasmainia. It’s only 4.5 Km and will take you about an hour and a half if you pause to admire the views. Add your own opinion!
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Alexandra Suspension Bridge Vi
A good spot to view the profile of the Alexandra Suspension Bridge. The footbridge spans the ravine of the South Esk River. It is the work of Launceston chief engineer Charles St John David and was completed in 1904.
Huge boulders washed down stream by the extreme floods of the past.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.33 km ( 0.21 miles )
Look down in wonder.
An unusual view of the suspension bridge below.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.25 km ( 0.16 miles )
First Basin Wier
Listen to the roar of the water over the weir.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.09 km ( 0.05 miles )
Terrific View along the length
Get your camera out this is the full monty.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.96 km ( 0.60 miles )
End of the Gorge
Where the South Esk River pours into the Tamar. You can see Kings Bridge and Patterson Bridge through the trees.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.48 km ( 0.30 miles )
Kings Bridge view.
Heading back now towards the first basin.
Distance from previous hotspot: 0.82 km ( 0.51 miles )