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Discover Punchbowl Reserve

A favourite barbecue and picnic destination in Launceston's southern suburb of Punchbowl.

Park area in a bushland setting with children’s play space, bushland walking trails and a duck pond. 

FACILITY SNAPSHOT

Features
Accessible Parking
Accessible Playground
Accessible Play Space
BBQ
Bike Path
Conservation Values
Dogs Not Allowed
Dogs On Lead
Drinking Fountain
Garden
Native/Community Garden
Lake or River
Parking
Picnic Tables
Public Seating
Play Space
Toddler Equipment
Swing
Self Guided Walk
Shade Areas
Shelter
Walking Trail Sealed
Walking Trail Unsealed

Punchbowl Falls

Hidden within Punchbowl Reserve, a seasonal waterfall unofficially named Punchbowl Falls flows along the Kings Meadows Rivulet, plummeting approximately 4 - 5 meters between a natural Rock fissure. Punchbowl Falls is not signed on any of the tracks. However, from the main carpark, if you walk towards the overflow carpark, you will see a sign that points you in the direction of a 'Natural Rock Fissure'. The track walks you to a viewing bridge of the Stunning Rock Fissure, and it's through this fissure Punchbowl Falls flows.

102-134 Punchbowl Rd, Punchbowl TAS 7249