These falls are in the Wes Beckett Reserve, 61 kms south of Smithton. After turning left at Kanunnah Bridge onto Sumac Road, drive 16 km before branching left onto Mount Bertha Road. There are five more signed intersections in the final 10 km. Take a left turn at each one. At the time of visiting, there were many fallen trees along the narrow track, which had been cut back to allow for access. The walk is short and the 1.2 kms return track is barely definable in has steep rocky sections and is sometimes close to the edge of the ravine. The falls are small, but pretty and the walk takes 30 – 35 minutes. It is not suitable for small children.
The reserve was named after Wes Beckett, a well-liked, long time chief forester at Smithton, who worked with the Department of Forestry for many years. The falls are sometimes referred to as the Wes Beckett Falls.
Location: Wes Beckett Reserve, 61 kms south of Smithton via Mount Bertha Road.