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Wannon Falls, Hamilton

#4 of 36 in Nature in Grampians
Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Wannon Falls are a punchbowl waterfall located in the Southern Grampians Shire, approximately 19 kilometres (12 mi) west of Hamilton, in western Victoria, Australia. The falls are fed by the Wannon River that has its head waters in the Grampians mountains.
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  • Great for walk - you can follow the signs and walk around the west side of the falls and then there are good viewing areas. Nice spot for a BBQ or picnic.  more »
  • If you visited the Nigretta Falls this is completely different, although on the same water course it is very spectacular as the water pours over a rocky outcrop for the direct descent into the stream....  more »
  • We visited in summer so only the slightest trickle. I'd love to see them again in full flow.
  • Great spot. Falls are quite big. A safe viewing area in a easy walk from the car park. There's a camping area as well. It's close to Hamilton for supplies.

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