The death of an 11-year-old Victorian girl who died after falling from a cliff while on holiday in Tasmania has been labelled a "misadventure" by a Coroner.
The young girl died in January this year during the Christmas holidays while walking on the cliffs near the Sand River Conservation Area, near Buckland on Tasmania's East Coast.
At the time of her death members of her family were rock climbing on the cliffs.
Coroner Simon Cooper said the girl, known as EJ in his report, fell approximately 16 metres.
He made no recommendations regarding the tragedy.
"The results of the comprehensive investigation carried out by [Tasmania Police] satisfy me to the requisite legal degree that EJ's death was a tragic accident," Mr Cooper said.