Stunning Trentham Falls is one of the longest single drop waterfalls in Victoria, plunging some 32 metres over ancient basalt columns. It’s particularly impressive in winter, when rain creates the strongest flow.
Surrounded by lush bushland, the moss-covered falls are located in the Coliban River Scenic Reserve, which protects original vegetation including manna gum, messmate, narrow-leaved peppermint and spring wildflowers.
For the best views of the falls, take the easy walk from the carpark to the viewing area. (There is no access to the top or base of the falls, due to unstable and steep cliffs.) Pack a basket and enjoy the picnic area in bush surroundings, a short walk from the carpark and viewing area.