Liffey Falls

We love when routes offer big variety and this one doesn’t disappoint. Rolling farmlands. Wooded forests. A rain forest. Small creeks. A beautiful falls. A river. And … more farmlands.

Rolling and flat farmland roads through Meander Valley that let you spin with such a lovely consistency while you enjoy sheep and cattle farms.

And the “magical mystery tour” with steep pitches that take you up through eucalyptus forests and then a mystical rain forest which includes an easy hike to the Liffey Falls.

Plus the route starts in Westbury, which boasts the only village green in Tasmania, historic Victorian buildings, a hedge maze (now how could you miss that) and the Saint Andrews church which was built between 1836 and 1890 (hey it just wasn’t a speedy process.) And don’t forget Steam World: the largest collection of steam engines in the Southern Hemisphere. Read more

Adventure / Gravel Route

– Loop with Dog Leg : 45 miles  / 3400 ft gain (72 Km / 1036 meters)
– Gravel: ~ 33% gravel
– Location: ~ 30 min from Launceston, Tasmania
– Rideable: Spring thru Fall
– Route Author: Captain “O”
– Published: November 2018


Moderate. There are several short, steep pitches (15 to 20 %) on gravel.

The Start

Near the Village Green at the intersection of Lyall street and Lonsdale Promenade. There are public toilets at the city building just east by 100 yards / meters on Lyall street.

Food / Water

At the start in the town of Westbury there are a number of places to get food and drink.


Cue Sheet / GPX FileTCX File


Red = paved road
Brown = gravel / dirt road

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