Snug Falls Track Snug, Kingborough






This return track gradually descends through bushland to the cool, fern lined gully beneath delightful Snug Falls. Keep a look out for native orchids during spring and summer. In winter, eastern spinebills frequent the area, feeding on the pink and white flowering heath. The sweet nectar of silver banksia flowers attract crescent and yellow throated honeyeaters, and green rosellas. You might also see strong-billed honeyeaters hopping their way up eucalypt trunks, picking at insects. Once down on the valley floor, look for the beautiful pink robin which feeds amongst the leaf litter of wet forests. The falls are particularly impressive after heavy rain, and in summer, it’s a great place to paddle in the shallows on a warm day.

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




No bikes  No horses

Safety precautions

Caution - water crossing/s  Danger - cliff face 

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Getting there

The Snug Falls Track is accessed from Snug Falls Rd. Parking is available close the the entrance of the track.

This track is managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service

If you have any questions, feedback or updates regarding this track please contact the track manager at the Parks and Wildlife Service by phone on 1300 135 513 or online. For urgent communications please contact us by phone.