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Kalymna Falls Campground, Mount William Picnic Ground Road, Pomonal VIC 3381


  • Seasonal waterfall
  • 3 km (return) walk
  • Wood fire barbecue
  • Fire pit
  • Picnic tables
  • Water tank (seasonal, not for drinking)
  • Non flush toilet
  • Free camping
Kalymna Falls is a stunning seasonal waterfall within the Grampians National Park. Visitors can get right down to the base of the falls, where the scenic Mount William Creek falls down a striking rock wall into a small pool below.

The enclosed and shady space around the waterfall gives this spot a lush and sheltered atmosphere, and is a wonderful place to sit and relax.

Walk to Kalymna Falls

The walk to Kalymna Falls begins at the Kalymna Falls Campground on Mount William Picnic Ground Road.

This walk involves an uphill track on a rocky dirt road, with a couple of rock hopping water crossing along the way (depending on the time of year). For the last 100m of the walk, you descend down some rocky steps to the base of the waterfall. 
  • Distance: 3 km return
  • Time: 1 hr
  • Starting point: Kalymna Falls Campground
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Best viewed: After heavy rains for water flow. During spring for wildflowers.
From the falls, you can return to the campground the way you came, or continue onwards to ascend to Boundary Gap and the peak of Mount William.

When is the best time to view Kalymna Falls?

Kalymna Falls will typically dry up through summer, so the best time of year to visit is winter and spring. 

During spring the landscape is decorated with beautiful wildflowers!

Stay safe at Kalymna Falls

Take care when walking around the rocky area at the base of the waterfall - the wet rocks and mossy logs can be quite slippery. 

Campgrounds nearby

Kalymna Falls Campground (the walking track to Kalymna Falls starts from this campground)

Are dogs allowed at Kalymna Falls?

No, dogs are not permitted at Kalymna Falls. 

Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Grampians National Park except within vehicles on sealed roads and in sealed parking areas. 


  • There are so many gorgeous waterfalls scattered throughout the Grampians National Park. No matter how many times you visit, you will always be able to find something new to explore.
  • There are countless fantastic walking tracks throughout the Grampians National Park, allowing visitors to explore and appreciate all aspects of this amazing place. From short, scenic strolls to epic multi-day adventures, the Grampians has got it all.
  • There are many fantastic campgrounds throughout the Grampians National Park. The scenery and atmosphere changes with each season, so no matter how many times you visit you can always experience something new.


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