Photographs taken at Agnes Falls which is the highest waterfall in Victoria.
The best time to visit this small but well maintained park is after heavy rains, when the overflow is stunning as it splashes high over the rocks and walking track. Only a short and very easy walk from the car park and suitable for wheelchairs and elderly walkers. The track itself gives an excellent view of almost the entire waterfall from top to bottom, but even I have done the unspeakable and jumped over the fence to get a better view – but a fall from here would most likely be deadly.
This page includes a map of the area and pictures of the picnic tables, views to the Toora windfarms, rocks, the waterfall, eucalypt trees, native flora, moss and the Agnes River.
Find out more about Agnes Falls on the South Gippsland website.