Soak up in the picture-perfect scenic landscape of Olinda Falls while visiting the wonderful tourist spots of Mount Dandenong. With numerous public and private gardens containing native flowers and picnic grounds, Olinda Falls is a popular tourist spot amongst visitors.
While boasting a tranquil natural setting, the area is a favourite amongst many, during both the hot summer and frosty winters.
The falls is located within the Olinda Reserve, which can be accessed through Falls Road.
The Olinda Falls boasts a viewing platform and various lookouts, from where you can see the stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The walk to Olinda Falls takes up to about 10 minutes, but note has no steps and minimal gradient. Amenities onsite include a car park area, picnic tables and unisex toilet with wheelchair accessibility.
The nearby National Rhododendron Gardens house thousands of azaleas, rhododendrons, daffodils and camellias. There are also a few rare and historic plants at this park.
Aside from visiting the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden (formerly the National Rhododendron Garden), take a trip to Olinda's other attractive private and public gardens; including the Pirianda Gardens and William Ricketts Sanctuary.
Near Olinda Falls, you will also see a number of roadside stalls selling fresh produce, some home-made preserves, chestnuts, eggs, flowers and plants. Once you start touring the area, you may see some of the most popular Australian wildlife species; including emus, wombats, possums, lyrebirds, king parrots and rosellas.
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⊜ Olinda Falls Reserve Olinda | Map
✆ 13 1963
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