Andrew River
Anne River
Apsley River
Arm River
Arthur River
Arve River
Blythe River
Brady's Slalom Course
Broad - upper
Broad- lower
Cam River
Collingwood River - upper
Collingwood River - lower
Cracroft River
Crossing - Davey River
Deep Creek
Denison river
Derwent - Butlers Gorge
Derwent - Wayatina section
Derwent - Meadowbank to Gretna
Derwent - Gretna to Big Bend
Derwent - Big Bend to Railway Bridge
Derwent - Railway Bridge to Bryn Estyn
Don River
Donaldson River
Dove River - upper
Dove River - lower
Duncanson's Rivulet
Emu River
Esperance River - upper
Esperance River - lower
Fish River
Fisher River
Florentine River
Forth Falls Creek
Forth River - to Lemonthyme Power Station
Forth River - Paloona dam to Turners Beach
Frankland - Arthur River
Franklin River - Lake Dixon
Franklin River - to the Collingwood
Franklin River - Lyell Hwy to Butlers Island
George River
Gordon river - upper
Gordon Gorge
Guy Fawkes River
Hellyer - above Link rd
Hellyer - Link rd to the gorge
Hellyer - from the gorge
Hellyer - lower
Hobart Rivulet
Horton River
Horton - Frankland River
Huon - Scotts to Tahune
Huon - Tahune to Southwood
Huon - Southwood to Blackfish crk
Huon - Blackfish to Judbury
Huon - Judbury to Huonville
Huskinson river
Inglis River
Iris river
Jane River
Kermandie River
King River
Lachlan River
Lake River
Lea River
Leigh - Lindsay - Frankland
Leven Canyon
Leven River - Gunns Plains
Leven - Clarkes to Foggs
Little Henty River
Little Pine River
Lobster Falls run
Macquarie River - upper
Macquaire River - lower
Meander - Huntsmans
Meander- Falls Rd to Meander
Meander - to Deloraine
Meander - Exton to Egmont
Meander - Birralee Road
Mersey- above Lake Rowallan
Mersey - Wildwater Race Course
Mersey - Parangana to Echo
Mesey - Standard Hill run
Mersey - Alum Cliffs
Mersey- Rogers to Kimberley
Mersey- Kimberley to Latrobe
Nile - upper
Nile - lower
Nive - upper
Nive - middle
Nive - lower
North Esk - Blessington
North Esk  - Big Bend
North Esk - Corra Linn
North Esk  - St Leonards
Northwest Bay River - Mt Wellington
Northwest Bay - Pipeline weir
Northwest Bay - Betts Rd
Ouse River - upper
Ouse River - lower
Pencil Pine Falls run
Picton - top
Picton - middle
Picton - lower
Plenty River - upper
Plenty River - lower
Que River
Rapid River - upper
Rapid River - lower
Ringarooma River - Derby
Ringarooma - Herrick Gorge
Russell River
South Esk - Leong mine
South Esk - Avoca
South Esk - Llewellyn
South Esk - Clarendon
South Esk - Ellendale
South Esk - Longford
South Esk - Hadspen
South Esk - Cataract Gorge
St Patricks River
Styx River - upper
Styx River - lower
Travellers Rest River
Tyenna River - top
Tyenna River - middle
Tyenna River - lower
Weld River - upper
Weld River - lower
Whyte River
Wilmot - upper
Wilmot - middle
Wilmot - lower
Wilson River
Yolande River
Yolande - Henty River

Canoe Tas Inc


Iris River

Iris to Lake Lea




Distance: 13.0 km.
Average Grade: 20 m/km.
Peak Grade: 
Difficulty: Grade 4.
Paddling Time: 4-5 hours.
Entry Point: Drive towards Cradle Mountain from the take out until the road crosses the Iris. Alternatively, turn off right, on to a rough 4WD track shortly before the road crosses the Iris. Follow this for 1 km to the river.
Exit Point: Moina and after approximately 3 min, turn right onto a gravel road. Follow this until it crosses a river, this is the Iris.
Water Level: When the Lea River is too high, the Iris will have sufficient water - medium to low level is where the rapid above the takeout bridge is just paddlable
Tasmap: 1:100 000 Cradle Mountain.
General Description: Bring a dry top and even some extra fleece, it will be cold. Eddys are small and few, especially to begin with so the river is better suited to small groups. For the first 1 km or so the river is not much more than a boat length wide with continuous grade 2+, as it descends out of the alpine heath and into rainforest rapids become larger. Beware of the occasional tree or log jam across the river. The volume and width of river increase and the rapids become more technical, meanwhile you become colder and begin to wonder if you are inside a Dombrovski‚Äôs wilderness calendar. Just as everything becomes hazy around the edges a big boulder on river left announces the rivers hardest section, scout and/or walk the first rapid on this side. At higher levels this drop is runnable but at low water a nasty rock at the bottom is waiting for a good pinning. From here down has the best and biggest white water, finishing just up from the take out

Iris - Cold Start