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Dip Falls is cascading waterfall formed by the progress of the Dip River over two tiers through a height of 30 meters.  The waterfall is unusual due to the volcanic cubic basalt rock formations that it passes over. In rainy seasons the waterfall can be spectacular.

The lower falls.

Dip Falls - Tasmania
Didier B (Sam67fr) [CC BY-SA 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons
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The top level of the falls.

The waterfall can be found some 42 kilometers south-east of Stanley along the Bass Highway.

There are barbecue and toilet facilities available at the falls.