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Champagne Falls near Lemonthyme Lodge, Tasmania
Tasmania

We made a nice walk to two water falls near the Lemonthyme Lodge. Here the first one of the two water falls. It was in a dry summer and not too much water came down the fall. We stayed far away from the civilization in the wilderness resort. See  Champagne Falls

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