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Wow-worthy waterfalls around Albury Wodonga

Cascading from ancient mountains and flowing through hidden valleys, the waterfalls around Albury Wodonga sing a song to the adventurous soul. Each one, a unique wonder of water and rock, beckoning you to explore its hidden beauty.

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Woolshed Falls

Unveil the secrets of Victoria’s gold rush at Woolshed Falls. This cascading wonder, in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park, offers an observation deck easy accessible from the carpark. Take a self-guided walk around the alluvial gold workings, or for the more adventurous, explore the top of the falls for a truly breathtaking perspective.

Witness the breathtaking spectacle of Cudgewa Bluff Falls, where the water plunges off the plateau, over a dramatic cliff, and into a hidden grotto below. Embark on a forty-five minute nature walk through serene bushland, where picnic and camp options await. Or drive to the upper car park for a closer look, the final stretch of the road is unsealed, so check conditions before you go!

An aerial view of a Cudgewa Bluff Falls located in the Burrowa Pine National Park

In the warmer months cool off in the crystal-clear pool under the flowing waters of Ladies Bath Falls. Take a short walk alongside Crystal Creek, to view where it dramatically plunges over the granite giants of Upper and Lower Eurobin Falls.

Let the towering mountain gums guide you on a path to Rollasons Falls where you’ll discover a two-tier waterfall with a deep swimming hole. Look and listen out for the mimicking melodies of lyrebirds along the way!

Ladies Bath Falls cascades down into a small pool surrounded by greenery and ferns.

A gentle path, perfect for all explorers, winds along the Pretty Valley River, offering two scenic lookouts with breathtaking views of Fainter Falls. For the more adventurous, a hidden path awaits, two hundred metres of stone steps lead you to the base of the falls, where the beauty of nature will leave you speechless and a great photo opportunity awaits.

Image of Fainter Falls - waterfall located near Bogong Village Victoria
Photo credit: Lauren Bath & Tourism North East

Seasonal waterfalls

Not all waterfalls are year-round wonders. Some awaken after winter and spring, their cascades a magical reward for patient explorers. Plan your adventure and explore the short, family-friendly trails leading to Barry Falls, Granya Falls and Indigo Falls each offering an unique spectacle.

A person stands in front of Barry Falls in the Woolshed Valley
Photo credit: James Davidson & Tourism North East

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