Another scenic waterfall in the Grampians is Beehive Falls, right near the popular tourist town of Halls Gap. With the surrounding rugged cliffs on the stony valley in the backdrop, the gorgeous Beehive Falls appeal to a number of visitors with its enchanting beauty.
Renowned as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Grampians, Beehive Falls is a popular tourist attraction within the Grampians region.
Beehive Falls, Grampians National Park, Halls Gap
The area is also near some sheltered picnic spots with kid’s play areas, BBQ and drinking water facilities. Campgrounds and caravan park accommodation units are also found in this area. Guests with families can plan to stay at one of the various cabins or bungalows at the caravan parks nearby.
In spring, the region turns colourful with many blooming flowers across the stone pathways and verdant grasslands. Apart from the spectacular walking tracks, you will come across a number of rock pools in this area. Whether you are looking for a peaceful picnic or some water activities, you will surely have a wonderful time.
Guests staying at Halls Gap or Roses Gap will be delighted to know that it only takes 30 minutes to reach the falls.