Narracan Falls

Narracan Falls are located out the back of Moe about 10-12kms South from the highway. The waterfalls are sourced by the Narracan Creek which rises in the hills northwest of Thorpdale and eventually joins the Latrobe River near Lake Narracan. The falls can be accessed by a walking path of about 50m from the car park which leads to the base of the falls. There is car and coach parking as well as picnic tables and open fireplaces in the reserve.

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