Though located in a relatively remote area, getting to the falls only requires a short, moderate trek.
Burrong Falls, Waterfall Walk Track, Grampians National Park, Zumsteins
Burrong Falls features several steps that range in 1 to 5 meters in height, though they are wider than 20 meters. Some of the larger steps have smaller pools of water where you can sit and cool down as the water falls above you. If you aren’t too noisy, you might be lucky enough to spot some blue-tongued lizards who also enjoy lounging under the sun amongst the rocks.
Even though this area is less touristic, many find that as the main appeal. There’s hardly a chance that you will run into other tourists here, so if you’re seeking a quiet, sunny area to immerse in nature, Burrong Falls is it.
The best time to visit is from winter to early summer. Avoid coming during the peak of summer as you may be disappointed – the falls tend to dry up during the hot months.
Burrong Falls is located on Rose Creek Road in Zumsteins.