The largest and most picturesque falls on the Hopkins River, Hopkins Falls are set against lush dairy country.
The falls are among Victoria’s widest at an impressive 90 metres with excellent views to be had at either the viewing platform or at the foot of the falls.They make an ideal picnic, fishing and walking spot, with gas barbecues and toilets provided.
Best viewed in winter or after heavy rainfall, they falls are not without their charms in the warmer months. For a few days each summer baby eels migrate upstream and over the falls in one of the great natural phenomena, so keep your eyes open.
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