Mackenzie Falls V05

Jennifer Craker

Rupanyup, Australia

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The MacKenzie Falls on the MacKenzie River is hands down the star attraction of the Grampians National Park.

It is a rare Australian year-round series of waterfalls and flows well even in the face of a severe drought.

A separate walking trail descends along the MacKenzie River towards the waterfall’s base. If you can keep your camera lens dry from the water spray and mist, you can get very pretty upclose photos of the falls.

Along the way down to the base of the falls, there is a spur track to Broken Falls. It was closed on the northern side due to fire damage but can still be accessed with some effort from a climb up the cliff face off the southern side at the base of the MacKenzie falls.

This waterfall is fed by Lake Wartook, which is a manmade lake in an apparently excellent drainage area that supplies Horsham’s drinking water.

It could very well be that the creation of the lake keeps these waterfalls flowing reliably year round even in Australia’s so-called worst drought in 1000 years.

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