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Gave up well after 2 kms that sign said so beware.was a 40 degree day. No creeks running down so suggest waterfall was dry.would leave the waterfall out of your plans in summer unless has been a hugh downpour. Walk nice though, nice and natural.
After parking at the small car park, where there was a picnic table, we took the easy 250m walk to the falls. We were pleasantly surprised to see there was a fall as it was mid January and very dry and hot. Better views are...More
Worth the drive from Corryong. There is a small car park and walk to the falls up a small hill (about 250m). You can play in the small pools of water or stand under the waterfall to cool off. I took kids and they loved...More
Bluff Falls is located in the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park.
There are two ways to access the falls. One is to do the Bluff Creek Nature Walk which is 4km - 2hrs return. The walk starts from the Bluff Creek Day Use Area, which also...More
great to come to a waterfall that isn't overrun worth tourists. gets a bit much heading too places off great ocean rd or in Grampians with lots of tourists. well worth the walk and plenty of good camp sites around.
About 20 mins out of Corryong up a short well maintained dirt track parking is at bottom of hill approx 250 metre walk up hill to top of falls. Make sure you follow signage/track down to the bottom of falls no guard rails but fairly...More
When you arrive at the bottom car park, you can leave your car and walk to the Bluff Falls. This is a long walk. For the shorter walk drive past that car park up to the next park and take the shorter walk. Both walks...More