In a high rainfall zone such as the Victorian Grampians, waterfalls are to be expected, and the visitor is not disappointed.
I first visited Silverband Falls, on a day with misty rain, and patches of sunshine.
Much later that same day, after a great deal of walking, I went to Mackenzie Falls. In hindsight, I should have done it the other way around…….or perhaps after all the steps involved with Mackenzie Falls, I might not have been up to much else!
At this point, I decided that if I wanted to be walking the next day, it would be better not to attempt to go further down – I live in a flat area, and my muscles aren’t used to hills or steps! Going down is fine, but what goes down must come up 🙂
There are many other waterfalls in the Grampians National Park – hopefully I’ll see more next trip.
I’m also including in this set, my visit to Wannon Falls, which isn’t in the Grampians, but the Falls are fed by the Wannon River, which has its head waters in the Grampians. I passed by Wannon Falls on my way to and from the Grampians and simply had to spend a little time there. Yet another place to return to….