Walks + Waterfalls

MacKenzie Falls (Approximately 1hour return)

The most popular spot in the Grampians, there is always a good flow of water over the falls. a gentle walk to Broken Falls or a longer walk to the base of MacKenzie Falls. Alternatively take the Bluff Walk (pram and wheelchair-friendly) to get a wonderful view of the MacKenzie River Gorge and Falls.

Hollow Mountain (Approximately 2 hours return)

Start at Hollow Mountain camping area. Follow the track to cavernous wind sculptured rocks, from the top of which, you get a magnificent view of the Mount Stapylton Range.

Zumsteins - Fish Falls  (Approximately 1 1/2 hours return)

Start at Zumsteins picnic ground the walk is shady and serene with wonderful spectacular cliffs, follow the track to Fish Falls. (Return same route).

Mount Stapylton (Approximately 3 hours return) - Currently closed due to be opened late 2016

Begin at the Mount Zero picnic area, climb over Flat Rock and pass through Amphitheatre. At the base of Mount Stapylton there is a steep climb over the summit.

Beehive Falls (Approximately 1 1/2 hours return)

From the roadside car park at Roses Gap, this easy walk follows the creek to the base of the waterfall. An excellent walk for wildflowers in the spring and early summer.

Briggs Bluff (Approximately 3.5 hours return) Currently closed

Continues from Beehive Falls, impressive cliffs and wind scoured caverns are plentiful.Wonderful views.

The Balconies (From Reed's Lookout - Approximately 1.5 hours return) 

Start at Reed's Lookout. A relatively easy walk and one of the most photographed spots in the Grampians. Exceptional view of the Victoria Range and valley.

Mount Zero (Approximately 1 hour return)

Start at Mount Zero picnic area. Climb to the top of Mount Zero for wonderful panoramic views of the Wimmera plains. Wildflowers in early summer.