From the end of the Hollyford Road, follow signs toward Humboldt Falls. The beginning of the track takes you onto a metal platform and up a series of metal steps, all while overlooking the mountains in the distance.
Afterwards, cross the Moraine Creek swinging bridge over Hollyford River to enter the rainforest. The bridge is not wide but two people can fit side by side snugly. On the other side of the bridge, the gravelled path is wide and easy to follow. The walk is somewhat of a climb but it is not very long and nevertheless quite easy.
It is a lovely forest walk at the top of which you will find a bench and a viewing platform. Through the trees of the rainforest, the impressive Humboldt Falls cascade down the side of the mountains with the highest falls at 275 m high. From this distance and elevation, you can see the entirety of the Falls which consist of one central waterfall from top to bottom with adjacent smaller waterfalls to both sides.
These falls are impressive and visible most of the year but to truly experience their beauty, the best time is in spring.