Victoria has many spectacular waterfalls – from the popular MacKenzie Falls in Grampians National Park to the more remote Raymond Falls in Snowy River National Park.
High rainfall in winter and spring generates spectacular waterfalls, while in summer and times of drought some falls are reduced to a mere trickle over rocky walls.
Many of Victoria's most significant waterfalls are protected within national and state parks, and are generally easily accessible via marked tracks and boardwalks.
Hopkins Falls, near Warrnambool, and Trentham Falls, near Daylesford are both impressive waterfalls not located within parks and reserves.
Hear the roar of falling droplets pounding into the waters below at spectacular waterfalls and cascades in the Otways and surrounding region.
Explore deep into the Grampians region's parks and be rewarded with the sight of stunning waterfalls and the roar of cascading torrents of water.