Basin Creek Falls is located in East Gippsland Shire of Victoria state. On the street of Old Basin Road To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is 13 19 63.
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|Address:||Old Basin Rd, Buchan VIC 3885, Australia|
|Phone:||13 19 63|
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Looking for something amazing for older kids (8+) and parents alike. This is must do. One of the most majestic waterfalls given your proximity.
You can literally stand beneath it. Do wear appropriate footwear and its a 10 min hike from the camp table at top of the hill. Look out for signs! The regrowth of vegetation has officially started.
Absolutely beautiful and well worth finding and hiking. Beautiful, spectacular views. A field of butterflies and the most amazing waterfall. Would leave a pic if I knew how. Just do it. You won’t be disappointed.
Gorgeous falls just a stone's throw away from Buchan.
Quite a steep, slippery trail, but well worth hike as the falls and creek are beautiful! There is a picnic table at the carpark but no other facilities.
This is a spectacular falls on the side of the Snowy River. The falls may be dry or running slowly if there has not been recent rain.
In December 2018, the access road (Old Basin Road - take care at the five ways to pick the track to the falls) had been graded and was in good condition. It is single lane with steep cliffs and little room to pass other vehicles.
The trail head to the Falls occurs before the end of the road and is in a small clearing with room to park a couple of cars and a picnic table to the right in trees. (As of Jan 2019 the trail is not marked on Google Maps.) The trail will take you to the edge of the Snowy River Gorge (great views) and will then take a sharp left turn and commence the descent to the Snowy near the bottom of Basin Creek Falls. Exercise care on this trail. If it is raining, the initial part of the trail over rocks may be impassible. In December 2018, Parks cut fallen timber of the trail which is steep in places with slippery areas and no cliff barriers.
There are good views of the falls (and the river gorge) from the trail at river level.