It doesn’t seem to matter which route you approach this Murrindindi Scenic Reserve it is all stunning.
The park has been landscaped, fenced and really taken care of. Pretty much every site is grassed, has a fireplace and most have tables and chairs. Drop toilets nearby.
Very neat, tidy with that lovely bubbling brook cascading over rocks just 10 meters from the campsite. Great bush walks.
Well done to the dept of environment for providing such a great camping spot for sure ch low cost ($7 per car per night)
This is a great place to spend the day and there is two waterfalls in the area, a suspension bridge and several well appointed picnic and camping areas along the Murrindindi River. The walk to the Murrindindi Cascades is quite easy. After you park the car in the car park and picnic area you walk back across the road and follow the walking track down to the falls.
There are several steel stairs to walk down and a viewing platform/bridge to get a great view of the cascades. The distance is 0.6km return taking around 45 minutes to complete. The walk to Wilhelmina Falls is quite harder and very steep. There are lots of fallen trees to climb over and some large boulders which have steel poles and chains attached to help you over them.
It takes around 1 hour to reach the falls, but well worth our efforts. When you reach the falls there are steel stairs which take you to the top of the falls and onto the Murrindindi River Walking track. All the areas are well signed so getting around is easy. The road is unsealed but suitable for 2WD cars. The falls are best view during Spring or after heavy rain in the area.
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