nice moderate difficulty walk, ~11km

Short easy walk with great views!

beautiful walk. Did it while there was a mist so it was very slippery but absolutely amazing views. will be doing this one again!

Great walk. We did it clockwise to get the steep bit done first.

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washed out
28 days ago

Beautiful trail, such a fun hike!

Incredible waterfall!

Hike through the forest is ok but far from exciting. The view at the viewpoint is spectacular though and makes the hike all worthwhile. Signage is very good. Road to TH at the pic-nic area is unsealed but in good shape and no problem for a camper van (7 m long, 3 m high).

Easy to walk with wonderful vistas all around. Only possible downside: very strong (and cold!) wind off the ocean. Otherwise pretty close to perfect.

3 months ago

A very nice, well-trodden trail with plenty of explanatory plaques early on that transitions to a eucalyptus forest walk along a river. Koalas are sleeping/eating high in eucalyptus trees. Many ducks and other waterfowl float in the river and live on the banks. Loads of other birds (blue wrens, cockatoos, blackbirds) follow you the whole way. A great walk for young kids!

over grown
4 months ago

Watch for snakes!

Nice, easy trail to walk and jog.

5 months ago

Great trail other than the upper falls being closed.

5 months ago

Lovely First 700m is stairs but once you are past that you can trail run or walk to k falls. If you go to the lower falls it's stunning and back to the car park is 15km. Was about a 2hr run / walk in parts. Enjoy

5 months ago

The trail was a bit tougher than we were told it would be (didn’t check here first), but it was totally worth it! Some of the trail was a bit slippery and eroded, but the falls at the bottom were stunning.

Such a great hike!

5 months ago

Great variety of bush, coastal views and beach walk.

The hike itself is a nice enough one but the view at the end is absolutely worth it!

What a beautiful walk, we did an overnight stay in sharps road camping site. There are some steep stairs to get up and down at the start, sheoak falls car park, track was clear few fallen trees across some sections. Waterfalls had water flowing it really is a beautiful part of Victoria and worth the hike. there were toilets available at the sheoak picnic ground.

This was a fantastic 12km walk (but it is signposted as 10km). Took us 3.5 hours and led us through many interested vegetation changes. We did it anticlockwise which I think was better as the eventual slope up to the ridge top was more gradual. There was no water at the falls but still a pretty spot. Lots of flowers out and lots of orchids. Best walk I've done in ages.

Spring flowers were beautiful!

Did a section of this hike focusing on the waterfalls. A gorgeous walk at this time of the year with many features along the way. Sheoak Falls, Castle Rock, Kalima Falls, Cumberland Falls, Won Wondah Falls, Henderson Falls, the Canyon, Phantom Falls. Plenty of water flowing in the falls. Great track conditions. Well signposted. The out and back section to Cumberland Falls was my favourite... the most adventurous part of the hike. Turn left to the falls off the track. After a short walk you come to a very steep section then a little further on, a creek crossing at this time of the year (possible to get across without shoes wet with the aid of poles) and then a rock scramble before getting to the falls. Once viewed, a return hike back to the main track... gorgeous!

Enjoyed the walk, great mix of views from top of the hill to down in the valley. Not much of a waterfall though. Next time I’d just walk to the top of the hill and back.

A perfect winter day for this walk! The trail head was a little hard to find. Park in Erskine Ave then head across the river to the caravan park. Go straight through the caravan park until you come to a park that signifies the start of the walk. There is no signage outside the caravan park. It's an absolutely gorgeous walk through rainforest and along the Erskine River for the entire time. There are gentle undulations along the way with a little bit of rock hopping. A total of 4 river crossings add a little adventure. Skilful rock hoppers may get across in June without getting your feet wet, but not us. Hiking poles were helpful. The fading light meant that we turned around before getting all the way to Erskine Falls

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