Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls

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Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls

Mount Buffalo National Park

At Ladies Bath Falls, water cascades into a perfectly clear pool of water, while at Upper and Lower Eurobin Falls, Crystal Creek spills spectacularly over a formidable granite escarpment. With only a short walk to see all three, this is an excellent half-day trip if you are holidaying near Bright. 
Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls is one of the first places you can stop on your way up Mount Buffalo. In the early 20th century, travellers would stop here to cool off on their way to the Mount Buffalo chalet. The men and women would separate and Ladies Bath is where the women would come to dip their toes in the refreshing waters of Crystal Brook.

Although the waterfall doesn't look very big, this creek has formed the huge chasm you will see up at the top of Eurobin Falls. 

This is a great place for a picnic and, in the summer, to escape the heat of the Ovens and Buckland valleys.

If you are cooling off at Ladies Bath Falls, be careful walking over the rocks as they can be very slippery. 

Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls

 
A campground host at Lake Catani talks to two visitors about the campsite.

Lake Catani Campground

Discover magnificent waterfalls and remote alpine landscapes while camping within beautiful Snow Gum woodlands beside Lake Catani in Mount Buffalo National Park.
A group of abseilers descend into the Gorge at Mt Buffalo with views of the Bogong High Plains in the back ground.

The Gorge and Mount Buffalo Chalet

Home to historic Mount Buffalo Chalet, the Gorge is perched on 200m sheer cliffs and commands fantastic views over the Alps.
A couple in their thirties approach the summit lookout at the Horn of Mount Buffalo.

The Horn

Enjoy a picnic with a view at The Horn before climbing to the highest point in Mount Buffalo National Park and surveying the folded mountains of the Great Dividing Range stretching into the distance.

How to get there

Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls

Mount Buffalo is 325 kilometres. or three and a half hours’ drive, northeast of Melbourne along the Hume Highway. Either take the Snow Road exit just before Wangaratta or continue along the highway to the Great Alpine Road (B500) exit. There is roadside parking at the trailhead for Eurobin Falls.  

Facilities

Carpark
Picnic Area

Need to know

Ladies Bath and Eurobin Falls

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Dicksons Falls Nature Walk (Mount Buffalo National Park)

    Dicksons Falls and Back Wall tracks closed due to fire

    The fires during January this year burned through the area from The Horn to Cresta Valley.

    The Dicksons Falls and Back Wall tracks ere impacted and will remain closed to visitors until infrastructure destroyed by the fires is repaired, including bridges and signage.
    Visitors are asked to not use these walking tracks during this period.
    Visitors are able to access the nearby Horn and South Buffalo walking tracks but are asked to remain out of all other burned areas.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Seasonal road closures 2020

    Some roads in this park are subject to seasonal road closures. Seasonal road closures generally operate after the long weekend in June through to the end of October, but may be extended due to seasonal conditions. View the list of 2020 seasonal road closures for details and check the corresponding map numbers with the seasonal road closure 2020 index map for locations of the closures or visit the seasonal road closures page for more information.

    Deer control operation underway

    Deer control (ground shooting) is being undertaken in this park between September and December 2020, to protect native species impacted by bushfires. This operation poses no risk to visitor safety.

  • Mount Buffalo National Park

    Aerial shooting operation

    Parts of this park will be closed Monday 26 to Friday 30 October 2020.
    This is to ensure safe implementation of an aerial shooting program targeting deer and feral animals, to protect native species impacted by bushfires.
    See attached map for details.

    Attachments: Mt Buffalo National Park aerial shooting control area Oct 2020 (470KB)

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