Silverband Falls is a gorgeous seasonal waterfall, accessed via an easy walk from the Silverband Falls Carpark. The waterfall was named by European Settlers in the 1800's, as the stunning stream of water resembles a silver band.
Silverband Falls is an interesting spot as the water plunges down and disappears into the rocks at the base of the falls, travelling underground until the creek resurfaces about 50 metres away.
This is a fantastic waterfall walk to undertake with children, as it is a flat, easy track with many fantastic spots along the way to take photos. Along the way you will pass a large, hollow tree stump with one side open, which is perfect to gather a few kids inside for a gorgeous family photo.
Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Grampians National Park except within vehicles on sealed roads and in sealed parking areas.
Walk from Silverband Falls Carpark
- Distance: 1.4 km return
- Time: 40 mins
- Starting point: Silverband Falls Carpark
- Difficulty: Easy
- Best viewed: After rains for water flow. During spring for wildflowers.