In Mount Field National Park, Russell Falls is no secret. Part of Tasmania‘s World Heritage Wilderness Area, this well-known waterfall is easily accessible at just over an hour’s drive from Hobart. You don’t have to work hard to get there either – take a short 10-minute walk from the visitor centre and you’ll see the huge white curtain of water falling before you. If you have some extra time, head 100 metres (328ft) upstream, passing some of the tallest trees in Australia, until you reach Horseshoe Falls. This tiered cascading waterfall is enveloped in lush greenery, with overhanging ferns and calm pools of water and moss-covered rocks below.