Take an easy stroll to one of Victoria's highest waterfalls. Dropping 84 metres into the Steavenson River valley, the spectacular Steavenson Falls have been popular with tourists since the 1860s.
This 700-metre (return) walk leads to the viewing platform below the falls. (Energy enthusiasts, stop at the turbine generator along the way.) Visit day or night – the path and falls are floodlit between dusk and midnight.
Location: Steavenson Falls Reserve
Duration: 15-30 minutes
Grade: Level 1; flat, well formed track
Start: Steavenson Falls Reserve car park
Finish: Steavenson Falls Reserve car park
Note: Bicycles and pets not permitted.
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