Waterfalls & Lookouts
Standing from a lookout vantage point over the rolling hills below, you will be amazed as the light reflects making the mountains shine to the deepest hues of blue and the vast open skies seem endless. Even on a winters day you will find the views simply majestic, as the clouds roll through the valley and the snow capped mountains provide an epic backdrop to a lush green valley of grazing cattle and vineyards. No matter the season, the valley's sheer beauty and the seeming untouched natural surrounds will blow you away.
A land of breathtaking views, spectacular rock formations and cascading waterfalls.
The King Valley is home to the Dandongadale Falls, one of Victoria's highest waterfalls with a 255m drop. Equally impressive are Paradise Falls, which have a drop of some 31 meters to the creek bed below. Both are simply spectacular and well worth a look.
Amazing views from up high.
Power's Lookout offers an excellent vantage point and was once the haunt of the 'Gentlemen Bushranger' Harry Power.
From the main road it is a 3km trip along a gravel road to reach the lookout that offers spectacular views over the Wobonga Plateau and Mt Cobbler to the southeast.
There are picnic tables and wood fireplaces at the lookout.
Be sure to discover both walking tracks at Powers Lookout. Why not bring along a picnic and enjoy an afternoon overlooking the valley.