McKenzie Falls is a waterfall located in Grampians National Park and is one of Victoria’s most popular travel destinations. Grampians National Park is an amazing area featuring a series of sandstone mountain ranges and the park also has the local name Gariwerd.
McKenzie Falls is one of the pinnacle features of the park area. The falls reaches heights ranging from 65 to 82 feet (20 to 25m) and is 65 feet (20m) wide.
Visitors to McKenzie Falls may also encounter around 900 native plant species as well as kangaroos, possums, gliders, koalas, echidnas and approximately 200 species of birds.