The Liffey Falls are situated upstream of the town of Liffey, in Meander Valley, accessible from Deloraine via the Lake Highway.
The falls commence from the Great Western Tiers at an elevation of 514 metres (1,686 ft) above sea level and descend in the range of 120–160 metres (390–520 ft).
Each of the tiered cascades is named in order from upstream to downstream; Alexandra Falls, Hopetoun Falls, The Leap or Spout Falls (also called the Albert Falls), and Victoria Falls.
Walking tracks lead to the falls from both upstream (tourist carpark), and downstream.
You can see this waterfall early on the trail. If my memory serves me right, it was really easy to get there too!
But if you can’t get there.. Enjoy this photo I captured for you 😉