There’s nothing quite like the walk towards Mackenzie Falls. Found smack bang in the middle of the dry and craggy Grampians National Park, Mackenzie Falls is a gorgeous surprise. You’ll hear the falls before you actually see them as you descend down the steep yet well-marked path. Eventually, you’ll set eyes on the cascade, which thunders over a vertical slab of rock into a deep pool of fresh water. Signs will say that you’re not allowed to swim here, but if it’s the middle of summer and you’re sweating through your capri pants, we would turn a blind eye if you wanted to dip your toes in.