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Waterfalls in Melbourne
Waterfall Seasons of Australia - The Waterfall Guide

Waterfall Seasons of Melbourne - The Waterfall Guide Melbourne has a handful of small but picturesque waterfalls and here is where to find them, the best time of day and the best time of year to visit. I have personally visited and photographed all of the waterfalls on this website.
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Dights Falls, Abbotsford

Waterfall Seasons of Victoria - Guide to Dights Falls, Melbourne Catch a train or ride your bike along the Yarra bike trail from the city centre to the only waterfalls in the inner suburbs of Melbourne. A viewing platform has recently been installed out over the edge of the river…

Kings Falls, Arthurs Seat

Waterfall Seasons - Guide to Kings Falls, Arthurs Seat These falls on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula are best viewed immediately after rainfall, as you will struggle to catch glimpses of the water at other times. Regardless of the flow conditions, the circuit walk has plenty of wildflowers and bird life visible along the track…

La La Falls, Warburton

Waterfall Seasons - Guide to La La Falls, Warburton Cross quaint stone arch bridges covered in moss to discover these ten metre high cascades, situated in lush forest in the upper Yarra Valley. It is an uphill but relatively easy walk, with a simple wooden bench to relax and take in the sight and sound of the falls…

Masons Falls, Kinglake

Waterfall Seasons of Victoria - Guide to Masons Falls, Kinglake Possibly the most popular attraction in the Kinglake National Park, with a viewing platform looking out across a deep ravine to a tiered waterfall of dark mudstone, with a little bonus cascade accessible next to the walking track along the way…

Olinda Falls, Olinda

Waterfall Seasons of Victoria - Guide to Olinda Falls, Melbourne Olinda Falls are the best waterfalls for viewing within the Dandenong Ranges on the eastern fringe of Melbourne. The falls are broken into the upper and lower falls about 180 metres apart, with a little pedestrian bridge for viewing from directly in front of the lower section…

Sherbrooke Falls, Sherbrooke

Waterfall Seasons of Victoria - Guide to Sherbrooke Falls, Melbourne These tiny falls are in the heart of lush Sherbrooke Forest in the Dandenong Ranges. The walk to the falls is probably the star attraction here, so enjoy the fresh air staring up in admiration at the giant pillars of trees. Finish your walk at the falls, which you'll find hiding in amongst the tree ferns…

Wombelano Falls, Kinglake

Waterfall Seasons of Victoria - Guide to Wombelano Falls, Kinglake The access track falls well short of this waterfall, at a viewing platform from which the view is obscured by trees. You can hear the falls, and catch a glimpse of them across the gully through the trees, but you cannot legally get any closer…

To find out which ones of the above are my favourite, you can read my review of Melbourne's best waterfalls. If you are planning a half or full day trip from Melbourne to other parts of Victoria, you can also visit waterfalls in North East Victoria, waterfalls in Western Victoria, or waterfalls in Gippsland.

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