Grampians National Park: Mackenzie Falls is one of Victoria’s largest waterfalls and flows year round. Take an easy stroll to a viewing platform overlooking the Falls or take a more strenuous route down the stairs for a close encounter with the cascading falls.
Grampians National Park: This delightful waterfall is known for its narrow band of water that cascades over a rocky cliff. Enjoy a gentle stroll through a shady forest as you approach Silverband Falls.
Just 20km west of Hamilton, lies Wannon Falls. The Wannon Falls, created by lava flow that surged upstream to the Wannon River, feature a spectacular hardened basalt lava over which water cascades into a deep plunge pool below.