Nelson Falls, our last waterfall stop before Cradle mountain. Already experiencing the unique beauty of Russell and Horseshoe falls I was excited to see what Nelson Falls would bring us. Driving through so much greenery felt like a dream, and all of a sudden one corner later we were hit with the sight of layers and layers of rugged mountains, a place where Pablo truly belonged. After a quick stop to take it all in, off we went again to squeeze in Nelson falls before heading to Mount Campbell for sunset. Walking only a few steps in on the pathway to the falls I knew it just had to be as lush as the foliage that surrounded the pathway. I swear if you looked into my eyes when I laid eyes on Nelson falls you would have seen love hearts. What a perfect waterfall to end the trio! Of course, as always I had to get up close and personal with this beauty to take in every inch as she gushed past my feet. Unfortunately due to time we had to love it and leave it. Shortly after being back on our way we found ourselves on one of the most amazing roads I have ever experienced as we came into the mining town of Queenstown. If you drive from Hobart to Cradle Mountain any other way you will be kicking yourself not to witness something this incredible. The fascinating road didn’t just end at Queenstown, all the way to Cradle mountain we were faced with gigantic mountains which blew us away, I could now not wait to have my feet placed on one of these in just a short amount of time.