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About this site

An easy day trip or overnight stay, Stevensons Falls in the Otways is well worth a visit with a spectacular waterfall, picnic spot and spacious campground in a scenic valley beside the Gellibrand River.

Camp overnight or come for a day visit and enjoy a picnic on the beautiful grounds surrounded by dense forest and the sound of the flowing river nearby.

Accessibility information

Most attractions and facilities at the day visitor area are accessible for people in a wheelchair or with mobility needs and are pram friendly. This includes the car park, walkways, toilets and viewing platform.

Stevensons Falls Walk

Stevensons Falls is one of the Otway region's most accessible and spectacular waterfalls. Starting from the car park, this short walk passes through a stand of large Californian redwood trees which are a remnant of a trial plantation established in the 1980s. From here, the picturesque walk crosses over the Gellibrand River and then continues alongside the river to a viewing platform at the base of the waterfalls.

This easy walk is suitable for everyone and is wheelchair accessible and pram friendly.

The site also has 2 smaller walks: the Redwoods Boardwalk, showcasing the giant Californian redwoods, and the Blue Spruce Walk which runs along the Gellibrand River.

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Stevensons Falls Picnic Area

The picnic area is a short walk from the car park along an accessible boardwalk suitable for wheelchairs and prams. The walk takes you through giant Californian redwood trees to an open grassland by the Gellibrand River.

This dedicated day visitor area has picnic tables and accessible toilets making it a great spot for the whole family. From here, visitors can easily access the river and the walk to the viewing platform at the base of the falls. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and wrens!

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Family friendly

Stevensons Falls Campground

This pleasant and spacious campground is surrounded by giant Californian redwoods next to the Gellibrand River.

This free campground has 44 designated campsites suitable for tents, as well as wood-fired BBQs, picnic tables and toilets. Visitors can access the waterfalls within a short walk from here.

This site is not suitable for caravans and camper trailers, so if you are visiting the area we recommend staying nearby at Dandos Campground.

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Family friendly

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Investing in nature

Stevensons Falls was upgraded in 2023 thanks to Victoria’s Great Outdoors.

Victoria’s Great Outdoors is boosting regional tourism and making it easier to enjoy nature by investing $106.6 million in better walking trails, campgrounds, 4WD tracks and visitor facilities.

Page last updated: 27/06/24