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Clematis Falls, Halls Gap

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • High summer is probably not the best time to go to a waterfall, and guess what - there was not even a hint of water. The walk was a gentle well made track which is pretty flat most of the way. We... 
    High summer is probably not the best time to go to a waterfall, and guess what - there was not even a hint of water. The walk was a gentle well made track which is pretty flat most of the way. We...  more »
  • A lovely waterfall especially after heavy rain, which we had. To make it more of a hike incorporate Chatauqua Peak, The Bullaces Glen cross the road and onto Venus Baths and then back in Halls Gap... 
    A lovely waterfall especially after heavy rain, which we had. To make it more of a hike incorporate Chatauqua Peak, The Bullaces Glen cross the road and onto Venus Baths and then back in Halls Gap...  more »
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  • Nice, pretty & fairly direct short walk from sports oval, well sign posted. Areas of slightly raised pathways & When I went there was not much water at all, despite a large amount of rain the day before. I can see how impressive the falls could be but I had no such luck. Enjoyed the walk there & back none the less. Route NOT suitable for wheelchairs and strollers/pushchairs as there are rocks you have to sort of climb over, some stairs & lots of uneven ground.
  • We were tipped off by a local who said this waterfall is usually bone dry. Absolutely beautiful spot to sit, you can walk right up to and under the water. A fairly easy walk from Halls Gap, although it's a fairly constant incline and you'll need to scramble over some rocks at the end. Not accessible for mobility impaired.

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