Located on the northern hillside of Judbury in the beautiful Huon Valley, the Billy Brown Falls walk is an easy graded short walk to a small tiered waterfall. The 2.5km return trail meanders through dry and wet sclerophyll forest, with the rainforest sections being quite noteworthy.
In total, the trail climbs and descends roughly 100m in each direction. A bench, installed by the Wildcare Friends of Billy Brown Falls signifies the top of the climb. It is recommended that falls are visited after heavy rainfall.
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|From Hobart, head south along the Southern Outlet (A6) for 10km. Take the right-hand lane at the Kingston Bypass and continue on for 2km before taking the 4th exit to Channel Highway (B68) at the roundabout. Continue 22km towards Huonville and turn right onto Lollara Road (C619). Follow this road for 3.6km before turning right onto Agnes Street. After 3.5km, turn right again onto Judds Creek Road, a rough gravel road. The start of the trail begins 13km up Judds Creek Road. Care must be taken and the road may be unsuitable for some 2WD cars. The sign-posted trail begins from a loose gravel carpark.
Map for illustrative purposes only. Base map supplied by Land Information System Tasmania.