North East Tourist News
Find freedom in Falls Creek
THE perfect time to visit Falls Creek is right now. Autumn is a beautiful time to walk, hike or sightsee at Falls Creek with sparkling warm days to greet you as you traverse the mountain paths seeking that perfect view.
Families will love spending time together in the fresh air and the option to swim, kayak or fish in the sparkling pools and streams of Pretty Valley and Rocky Valley Lake.
For those who like their outdoor adventures with a touch of adrenaline, Falls Creek has more than 40kms of world class mountain bike trails to explore including new gravel riding trails and road cycling.
For mountain bikers, shuttles are available on weekends but for each descent there is also a corresponding technical uphill if you would prefer to take on that challenge - visit https://www.fallscreek.com.au/mtb-trails/ for more details.
There are also a number of back country rides which will take you along some spectacular Fire Trails and off-road rides in the Alpine National Park.
If you like your adventure at a slower pace, enjoy a stroll amongst the Snow Gums and High Country flora and fauna and check out the historic huts and magnificent scenery along the Wallaces Heritage Trail.
A must for any visit, the half-day (or shorter) walk meanders past historic Wallace’s and Cope Huts.
Mt McKay is easily accessible from Falls Creek and is Australia’s highest driveable point.
With plenty of accommodation to suit all groups and budgets, Falls Creek has great options to stay on the hill so you can make the most of your time together.
Falls Creek has been welcoming visitors all summer and whether you are a local, a Victorian or from further afield, they look forward to welcoming you and yours to enjoy the #Fallsfreedom feeling this Autumn.
To find out about any events happening on the mountain, or to book a tour with a knowledgeable guide, head to https://www.fallscreek.com.au/.