Yes, Bakers creek trail is not accessible (private property between the end of the road and the trail). Stony point trail can be gotten to only from White Timber trail either via Jeffreys track or from the western end as far as I know. White timber trail is a part of the Tasmanian Trail.
I mountain bike Jeffreys track quite often and it's a pretty popular track for 4wds. The Mitchells road end (Crabtree) is much rougher than the Lachlan end. If it were me, I'd have a crack in a rav4 (from the Lachlan end) for fun and not really worry if I didn't make it to the falls
Can anyone shed some light on the southern end of the Tasmanian Trail, in particular, access from Judbury and on to White Timber trail?
EDIT: Having read the newspaper story again, it seems likely that the "popular bushwalk" would start close to Judbury and be easily accessed from an existing road.
The Mercury wrote:At Judbury, residents say they forgo city services in exchange for recreational opportunities which they now fear will be lost, including a popular bushwalk to Billy Brown Falls, which is in the middle of a ``contingency coupe'' which will be logged if another is abandoned.
Judds Creek Road perhaps?