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Plan Your Trip to Grampians: Best of Grampians Tourism

Essential Grampians

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Chasing Waterfalls in the Grampians

As you trek through the spectacular Grampians National Park, take a gander through the lush greenery to uncover one of the many pristine waterfalls tucked away in quiet corners of the grounds. Marvel at the roaring water cascading over ancient rock formations, spend a leisurely afternoon splashing in the rock pools or enjoy a relaxing picnic at the campgrounds.
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  • MacKenzie Falls
    One of the largest and grandest waterfalls in Victoria, MacKenzie Falls (a forty-minute drive from Halls Gap) is an iconic landmark in the Grampians. Watch the falls cascade over the huge cliffs into the pool below; you might even spot a misty rainbow on a good day!
  • Beehive falls
    Surrounded by lush greenery, Beehive Falls is another small yet pretty waterfall that is worth adding to your Grampians itinerary. Push past the falls to enjoy some amazing views of the northern Grampians.
  • Wannon Falls
    Located in South Grampians, Wannon Falls is another spectacular waterfall that is worth visiting. The falls cascade over a 30m high rock face of hardened lava into a deep plunge pool below.
  • Nigretta Falls
    A small but mighty waterfall, Nigretta Falls is the perfect hideout for an afternoon of swimming, fishing and picnics under the cascading falls. Located near the Wannon Falls, be sure to pop by if you're in the area!
  • Clematis Falls
    A seasonal waterfall, Clematis Falls is best visited after rain. An easy 2.4km return walk from Halls Gap, this waterfall is easily accessible and perfect for families!
  • Fish Falls
    On your way to MacKenzie Falls, make a stop at Fish Falls, a smaller but no less magnificent waterfall. Enjoy a picnic at the base or climb the steps up to enjoy the view from 60 metres above!
  • Ferntree Falls
    A short 1-km walk through the tall blue gums forest in Mount Buangor State Park, this little-known spot is worth the visit if you're heading west of the Grampians. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife amidst the peace and quiet.
  • Silverband Falls
    While you're in the Grampians National Park, don't miss the Silverband Falls. The narrow band of water crashes down the rock face and disappears into the base below, only to emerge some 50 m further downstream.
  • Burrong Falls
    Located in a relatively remote part of the Grampians National Park, Burrong Falls is less frequented by tourists, offering a quiet respite from people. Go for a quick splash in the shallow pools before you continue on your bushwalk.
  • Kalymna Falls
    Another hidden gem located off the hiking paths in Grampians National Park, hike through a short rocky creek to get to Kalymna Falls. A relatively new campsite area, spend a night at Kalymna Campground and enjoy the private and clean facilities.

Grampians Is Great For

Relaxing walking trails and scenic lookouts