Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve


Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve


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Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve

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Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve

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.

  • Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve (Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve)

    Turpins Falls closed

    Recent flooding events and an increase in visitation have deteriorated the steps down to the Falls.
    Following a risk assessment, the entire visitor site has been closed to protect public safety.
    Further independent engineering assessment will be undertaken to determine work required to improve track safety at the site.
    Signage and fencing are in place to prevent people accessing the car park, track and Falls. Parks Victoria inspects the condition of signage and fencing regularly.
    “We ask all visitors to respect the closure of this popular visitor site for their own safety.”

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