Full view of the Beehive Falls

Jennifer Craker

Rupanyup, Australia

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Grampians National Park

Length: 1.4 kilometres
Walk: 40 minutes one way
Track: Moderate
Grade: Moderate
Start: Beehive Falls car park
Finish: Beehive Falls car park
Nearby: Halls Gap
Best time: Spring.

The rugged cliffs and craggy escarpments of the Grampians are dotted with many waterfalls, including the picturesque Beehive Falls that drop into a sheltered rocky valley. Unfortunately, the falls weren’t falling when we got to them so we continued up the rock to see what else we could see.

This gently undulating track follows the meandering Mud Hut Creek upstream, through forest to a series of rock steps and on to the falls, surrounded by colourful cliffs.

At Beehive Falls delicate ferns and mosses cling to the sheer rock walls as the cascade tumbles over huge boulders in its 25-metre drop. Large stones beside the rock pool at the base of the falls make a peaceful picnic spot.

Return by the same route.

The walk is especially beautiful in spring, when water levels are high and the display of pink and white wildflowers spectacular.

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