A quick waterfall guide featuring everything you need to know to visit Hogarth Falls in Strahan, Tasmania. Includes how to get here, what to expect and photos of the waterfall to inspire your adventures.

While there’s just so much to see and do on Tasmania’s wild West Coast, the unfortunate truth is that many miss it! If you’ve made it to this blog post, then congratulations, you’re in for a treat!

In this guide, I will highlight one of the many attractions on Tasmania’s west coast; Hogarth Falls, near the township of Strahan. This is a beautiful forest waterfall that is very easily accessible and only requires a short, yet scenic walk close to town.

Where is Hogarth Falls

One great thing about Hogarth Falls is just how easily accessible this waterfall is. Visitors will find the car park to the waterfall track just a few minutes drive from Strahan Ferry Port in Long Bay. Below is the exact location of the waterfall car park, where you can begin the walk to the waterfall.

Google Maps Pin: “Hogarth Falls Carpark”

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How to Get Here

To get to Hogarth Falls, you can either drive to the car park pinned above or just walk here from the harbour. Follow the “Esplanade” around the bend, past the Bay and Fish Co, and you will soon see a white picket fence. This is the park reserve known as “Peoples Park” and is also the start point for the short walk to the falls.

You’ll also find a toilet block and even undercover BBQ facilities here!

The Hogarth Falls Walk

Hiking Distance: 2.1 km return
Duration: 45 minutes – 1 hour return
Elevation: N/A
Difficulty: Very easy

The Hogarth Falls walk begins from People’s Park and is very well signed and easy to navigate. In reality, it’s more of an urban walk than a rainforest hike, but the beautiful natural surrounds will make you feel like you’re deep in the Tarkine. You’ll find many iconic Tasmanian trees here, including sassafras, myrtle and leatherwood.

HOGARTH FALLS WALKING TRACK
PEOPLES PARK STRAHAN
RIVER IN STRAHAN
HOGARTH FALLS TASMANIA

The walk is mostly flat and follows sections of wide, cleared track and wooden boardwalk. After approximately 1 kilometre, you’ll need to climb a short, easy section before descending down beneath the main waterfall at Hogarth Falls.

HOGARTH FALLS WATERFALL WALK
HOGARTH FALLS WATERFALL WALK
HOGARTH FALLS WATERFALL WALK

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Hogarth Falls Tasmania

Once you descend the short flight of wooden stairs, you’ll arrive at the base of the upper tier of Hogarth Falls. This spot is actually between the two teirs, meaning you can get a great view of the main waterfall and even look down to the lower cascade behind you.

In total, Hogarth Falls is roughly 15 metres tall, with the largest drop being the upper tier. Hogarth Falls is a very scenic waterfall that is definitely worth the quick stop when in Strahan.

HOGARTH FALLS
HOGARTH FALLS TASMANIA

While probably not recommended, I walked around the fence at the upper tier to follow a short, worn track to the top of the upper tier. Here I managed to capture a few extra shots of the waterfall from above.

HOGARTH FALLS FROM ABOVE

More Tasmanian Travel Guides and Adventure Inspiration

I hope that this quick waterfall guide to visiting Hogarth Falls in Strahan, Tasmania has inspired you to take the trip. Before you head out, make sure to check out some of my other travel and adventure guides from Tasmania. I’ve spent several months exploring the best waterfalls, hikes, attractions and must-do activities and I want to share as many as I can with you!

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