Time: We spent about 15 mins here
Pram Friendly: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes
This is a beautiful place to visit and fairly close by. I only just visited here for the first time a couple of months ago and I have lived in Gippsland my whole life.
Getting there: I would google map the directions here as there are a few different ways you can go, depending on where you’re coming from.
There are a couple of paths to access views of the falls, you can access the top of the falls & the bottom as well.
To get to the top of the waterfall:
Once you head through the gate if you walk directly left and along the fence line. You will see a path and some stairs downhill. This takes you to the top of the falls and you get some cool views of the creeks merging before they go down the waterfall.
At the top of the falls you will see a path down to the bottom but I wouldn’t recommend taking this one as it looks quite steep and dangerous, go back up and take the proper path.
To get to the bottom of the waterfall:
You want to walk towards the back of the reserve. As you walk you will eventually see a worn in path down to your left (there is a huge tree near the start of the track). Which takes you right down to the pool below.
There is also a second path, off to the right, that takes you on a walk beside the river and comes out at the very bottom of the reserve. This is where you will find the start of ‘The Narracan Way’ walk, I will be posting a separate blog about this walk and add the link in here.
Once you make it down the path, you get to experience the waterfall in full view and there's even some nicely placed rocks you can sit on to soak it all in.