Mackenzie Falls, Grampians, Victoria, Australia
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Waterfalls

Explore the Grampians region's national parks and reserves and be rewarded with the sight of stunning waterfalls and the deafening roar of torrents of water cascading over ancient rock formations.

MacKenzie Falls, Halls Gap
MacKenzie Falls flows year-round is one of Victoria's largest and most spectacular waterfalls. After rain, fast-flowing water cascades over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge.
Forty minutes drive from Halls Gap on the Mount Victory Road.

Beehive Falls, Grampians National Park
Best after rain, this picturesque waterfall drops 25 metres into sheltered rock pools surrounded by ferns. Visit in spring when it is often surrounded by pink and white Grampians Thryptomene flowers.
A 30-minute drive from Halls Gap on the Mount Zero Road.

Ferntree and Cascade falls, Mount Buangor State Park
Enjoy the one-kilometre walk (45-minute return circuit) through the tall forest of blue gums and messmates that passes three waterfalls, including Ferntree and Cascade falls, and gives many excellent viewing points over the fern-lined upper reaches of the Middle Creek below.

Silverband Falls
Walk 1.5 kilometres (return) to view the damage caused by the powerful torrential rain that flowed through this area during summer of 2011. Look for the former footbridge that was washed 50 metres down the creek by the force of debris.
Fifteen minutes drive from Halls Gap on the Silverband Road.

Wannon Falls
The Wannon Falls feature a spectacular 30-metre vertical precipice of hardened basalt lava over which water cascades into a deep plunge pool.
The turn-off to the falls is 15 kilometres west of Hamilton on the Glenelg Highway.

Nigretta Falls
Nigretta Falls is a small waterfall set in outstanding scenery. It has excellent viewing areas with barbecue facilities and picnic tables and a stairway leading to the base of the falls. Water pools provide excellent secluded swimming and fishing spots.
Drive to the turn-off, seven kilometres west of Hamilton on the Glenelg Highway.

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