Kalymna Falls is a stunning attraction tucked away in Victoria’s idyllic Grampians National Park. To get to the falls, visitors need to take a 1.5-kilometre walk from the camping site on location. The grade of the walk is easy, making it suitable for beginners and children.
Kalymna Falls – Camp Site & Grounds, Walk Track to Waterfall, Grampians
The walk to the falls begins at the firepit and winds up on a rough rocky road. Follow the signage to the spectacular falls. Depending on the time of your visit, the falls may be a steady stream of water or a high volume of gushing water that sprays a mist into the air. The latter usually happens after heavy rains when the water increases in volume.
The walk should only take around 1 hour to complete the return trip, depending of course on how long you decide to stay at the falls.
Away from the falls, visitors have a choice of either heading back via the same route or taking the ascent to the peak of Mount William. The hiking path has a few peaks that increase as you get closer to the mountain peak. Hikers who take up this ascent are rewarded with panoramic views of the region. In terms of the diverse flora and fauna, the trail features many wildflowers, cockatoos, lizards and plenty of birdlife.