Wannon Falls Campground

Free Camping - Victoria


The Wannon Falls, created by lava flow that surged upstream to the Wannon River, feature a spectacular hardened basalt lava over which water cascades into a deep plunge pool below. Further downstream, rapids wind their way around large blocks of basalt, dislodged over time down the embankments of the narrow valley. 

A cantilevered viewing platform at the Wannon Falls offer spectacular views and a rotunda features interpretative signage for visitors, covering geology, flora and fauna, Koori history and details of colonial artists who painted in the area. They offer free 24 hour max. camping. There sites are grassy with some shade available. It is large however there are limited amount of campsites but big enough for big rigs. Here you will find toilets, disabled access, water, picnic tables, BBQ's, fireplaces and dogs are permitted.

What a delightful place to stay overnight, well designated campsites, lovely walk to see the falls (there was still a trickle of water running) and lots of wildlife to see. Will definitely re-visit this campsite!
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