Straw Falls

Straw Falls was a slender but tall waterfall in a seasonal creek feeding the Erskine River. Since it was on such a thin-flowing creek, I’d imagine that seeing this waterfall flow would require…

Kalymna Falls

Kalymna Falls was one of those waterfalls that had eluded us over the years. The first time we attempted to come here in November 2006, there was a total fire ban so there was a gate blocking…

Beehive Falls

Beehive Falls was another one of the “minor” waterfalls within the Grampians National Park boundary where I happened to see it in two different personalities within a 24 hour period. Like with…

Clematis Falls

Clematis Falls was what I considered to be one of the “minor” waterfalls of the Grampians National Park. As opposed to the “major” waterfalls in the park which would have pretty reliable flow…

Strath Creek Falls (Murchison Falls)

Strath Creek Falls (I’ve also seen it referred to as Murchison Falls; not to be confused with the one in Uganda) was barely hanging on to its last flows when we made a second visit here in…

Sheoak Falls

Sheoak Falls was one of the few Great Ocean Road waterfalls that was very close to the Southern Ocean coast. We had seen another one that could be called a coastal waterfall on the Great Ocean Road…

Erskine Falls

To Julie and I, Erskine Falls was probably the most impressive waterfall amongst the cluster of waterfalls around the town of Lorne in the Angahook-Lorne State Park (part of the larger Great Otway…

Lower and Upper Kalimna Falls

The Kalimna Falls were actually two waterfalls for the price of one excursion. There was a Lower and Upper Falls where each had a different character about them. Both waterfalls were modestly…

Phantom Falls

Phantom Falls was the last of the waterfalls in Victoria that we visited in the Great Ocean Road vicinity, which happened to be an area so full of waterfalls that visiting this one was almost…

Stevenson Falls

Stevenson Falls was kind of a throw-in waterfall that Julie and I treated as a bonus after having been waterfall-saturated by visiting those found near Beech Forest (namely Beauchamp Falls, Triplet…

Marriners Falls

Marriners Falls was a small but quaint 7m waterfall nestled in the forest lands in back of the coastal town of Apollo Bay. It was the last waterfall we were able to squeeze in on a day when we…

Triplet Falls

Triplet Falls far exceeded our expectations as Julie and I were becoming conditioned to think that just about all the waterfalls west of Melbourne would be dry or trickling during our drought…

Beauchamp Falls

Beauchamp Falls was another waterfall that we targeted a visit to while touring the Great Otway National Park as we briefly detoured inland from the famous Great Ocean Road. What attracted us to…

Hopetoun Falls

Hopetoun Falls was certainly one of the more pleasing waterfalls that we visited during our drought-stricken trip to Victoria in November 2006. And it performed equally well during a follow-up trip…

Carisbrook Falls

Carisbrook Falls was probably one of the few waterfalls that we could quite seriously say was literally on the Great Ocean Road. Most of the rest of the waterfalls required some bit of a drive…

Hopkins Falls

Hopkins Falls was our waterfalling excuse to visit the quieter west end of the Great Ocean Road near the coastal town of Warrnambool. It was a short but wide waterfall (said to be 11m high and…

MacKenzie Falls and Broken Falls

MacKenzie Falls was hands down the best waterfalling experience we had while touring the west of Victoria that wasn’t along the Great Ocean Road. Not only did this waterfall impress us with its…

Silverband Falls

Silverband Falls was a waterfall that Julie and I didn’t seriously consider visiting given the drought that had a major impact on our waterfalling during our November 2006 trip. However, that…

Wannon Falls

Wannon Falls had that classic rectangular plunge that really pleased Julie since this was the type of waterfall she tended to like more than the others. As you can see from the photo above…

Nigretta Falls

Nigretta Falls (a lady from the visitor centre in Hamilton pronounced it “NYE-gret-uh”) was pretty much a mandatory stop for us since it was very close to and easily accessible from Wannon Falls…