先抵達Lake Barrington, 因為天候不佳, 導致霧氣很重
挺夢幻的湖面倒映, 若是晴朗天空 未必有此景色
結果繞了兩次, 原來這停車場就是Fourth Fall Track 的停車場
沿途的景色 及 感覺
經過這次挑戰 , 辛普森也從當年的臭小孩(點下臭小孩就可知道)蛻變成滄桑的老人
The Forth Falls walking track is available from the Lake Barrington Garden Cafe car park. The track facilities have been made available by Karen Charleston and her partner Warwick Smith who own the Lake Barrington Garden Cafe. The track forms part of the Tasmanian Trails network and wahics constructed with help from volunteers from the Wilmot Area. The track crosses the Cafe property for approx 800 metres until it reaches the Forth Falls State Reserve.
The moderate walk is through rain forest, past native wild flowers with views over Lake Barrington and takes you along the way to Quoll Point about 30 minutes from the Cafe. From here you can climb up to the Upper Falls or take the track down to the Lower Falls which ever you choose there are breathtaking views of Lake Barrington with Mount Roland as a magnificant backdrop.
Orignally there were 7 falls in total however when Lake Barrinton was filled we lost the bottom fall which is now under water. Lake Barrington was formed in 1969 as part of the Mersey Forth Power Scheme.
314 Lake Barrington Road, Wilmot TAS 7310
平常柵欄都會關上, 好像為了避免動物進入 或 闖出