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Clematis Falls is one of the easiest waterfalls to access near Halls Gap. The quickest way to access is from the walking track behind the football or recreation oval in Halls Gap. There is a rocky section leading to the base of the falls but...More
Good walk for all fitness levels. Not too demanding but still enough to get a bit of a sweat going.
Park at the Oval and about 30 mins will get you to the falls. Bone dry when we got there but still enjoyable. Love to...More
We went for a stroll up to Clematis Falls which took us about half an hour. The walk is an easy grade but do watch your step in the last section as the path gets a bit rough and rocky. The falls are nice and...More
These falls don't run all the time so check if only walking to the falls. The walk is uphill the whole way to the falls and the track is a little rocky at times. There are several places to the start the walk, we started...More
If it's been raining, this is a lovely place otherwise it's just a little boring. The distance from the carpark is 2.4km return which could easily be done in under a half hour but allow an hour.
It's not steep and kids would be able...More
A nice little 1.2km walk from just behind the recreation reserve. Walk is slightly uphill and there are a few rocks to walk over at the end of the walk. Nice shady winding path. The falls are sadly almost dry at this time of year...More
One of the easiest walks in the Grampians. It starts from the track behnd the cricket ground and sometimes amidst kangaroos.
I recommend making it a loop back to town through Chataqua Peak and Bullaces Glen