Montezuma Falls Bridge reopens

Minister for Parks

Montezuma Falls Bridge reopens

16 November 2021

The iconic Montezuma Falls Walking Track Suspension Bridge on the West Coast has reopened to the public and is once again, providing a spectacular view of one of the highest waterfalls in Tasmania.

As the suspension bridge crosses just below the falls, it offers a unique perspective of the falls, and was closed to allow for engineering works last year.

The walk to Montezuma Falls is one of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks and is one of the most popular tracks on the West Coast attracting over 20,000 walkers each year.

The toilet amenities at the start of the Montezuma Falls walking track remain closed following recent damage to the facilities, with the Parks and Wildlife Services working to re-open them as soon as possible.

In the interim, there are public toilet facilities available at nearby Rosebery.

For more information about Montezuma Falls please visit the Parks and Wildlife Service website: https://parks.tas.gov.au/things-to-do/60-great-short-walks/montezuma-falls