The Triplet Falls are waterfalls located in the Great Otway National Park of Victoria, in eastern Australia. The falls are fed by the Young Creek and as the name suggests there are three falls that cascade over a lush rainforest to the floor of the valley. The three streams normally flow when there has been significant rain upstream, so it is not uncommon to see only one or two streams flowing.A visit to Triplet Falls represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Beech Forest itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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we were in the Triplet Falls walk just after a massive storm with trees down and much forest debris on the path -- which made it extra special as it looked prehistoric and other-worldly! we loved it -... more »
Ok so I expected some steps, but I lost count at 400+ and that was just on the way down with a different way back up. The view was pretty but very unsuitable for our 3 year old! Still it was free! more »
My husband & I visited here on a day trip from Geelong, such beautiful scenery and we did the walk in 50 minutes. Lots of steps going down but worth it to see the lovely falls. Recommend this walk. more »
Lovely place with a nice easy walk (though lots of stairs) through the beautiful forest. The falls are a little hard to see in some spots due to growth however it is still worth the trip there. Paths are well maintained and there is information signs along the path. The carpark has a toilet and tables.
Out of this world. A beautiful walk in most serene surrounding, well maintained and all free. An activity for whole family. Toilets need a bit of attention though
An easy walk through a beautiful and cool rain forest takes you to this beautiful triplet. Only catch is that you can't get really close to the falls and would have to satisfied with a look at it from a distance from one of the viewing platforms.
Really nice rainforest walk. you can almost climb the whole waterfall by exploring the river.
This was one of the most magical places I have been in my life and I just adored it! I'm going back again in less than a month :) I suggest taking aerogaurd to keep the mosquitoes at bay, but the falls are stunning enough to make up for it!! We went quite late on a Saturday, started walking around 5pm and for to the falls around 6pm, the whole track did take us a little longer than we expected it to however!
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