O'Gradys Falls Fern Tree, Hobart

Today’s weather

Partly cloudy

14°C Mostly sunny.

Issued 5.10am, Mon 16 Nov 2015
Source © Bureau of Meteorology






A short well-graded walk through open bushland to an attractive waterfall.

Colourful shows of wildflowers in summer, plenty of birds and good views of the Organ Pipes are additional highlights of this walk. Being at a lower elevation with a sunny aspect makes this a good option for a winter walk.

Lush green ferns and mosses surround O’Grady’s Falls which are best viewed from the middle of the bridge. The cold clear water cascading over these falls flows into Hobart Rivulet, under the city and then into the Derwent River.

User groups Suggested time Difficulty
Walking Under 2 hours
Dogs allowed on lead Under 2 hours


Accessible with pram  Accessible via public transport




No bikes  No horses



  • O'Gradys Falls 1
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • O'Gradys Falls 2
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • O'Gradys Falls 3
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • O'Gradys Falls 4
    Photo: Matthew Newton
  • O'Gradys Falls 5
    Photo: Matthew Newton

Elevation profile (m)

Getting there

Take a bus or drive a car to the suburb of Fern Tree in Hobart to the start of the walk.

This track is managed by the Hobart City Council and the Wellington Park Management Trust

If you have any questions, feedback or updates regarding this track please contact the track manager at the Hobart City Council by phone on 03 6238 2886 or by email to hcc@hobartcity.com.au For urgent communications please contact us by phone.

The Wellington Park Management Trust are the strategic authority responsible for the management of Wellington Park. Contact the Wellington Park Management Trust for issues relating to the management of the Park on 03 6238 2176 or by email to info@wellingtonpark.org.au