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Snobs Creek Falls  Rubicon State Forest, Victoria, Australia

Snobs Creek Falls (also known as just Snobs Falls) was a surprisingly reliably flowing waterfall that seemed to have defied the drought-stricken conditions that plagued most of our first visit.

MacKenzie Falls  Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia

Mackenzie Falls in the Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia.

Stevenson Falls  Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia

Stevenson Falls was kind of a throw-in waterfall that Julie and I treated as a bonus after having been waterfall-saturated by visiting those found near Beech Forest (namely Beauchamp Falls, Triplet.

Hopetoun Falls  Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia

Hopetoun Falls was certainly one of the more pleasing waterfalls that we visited during our drought-stricken trip to Victoria in November Like other drought-defying waterfalls.

Beauchamp Falls  Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia

Beauchamp Falls was another waterfall that we targeted a visit to while touring the Great Otway National Park as we briefly detoured inland from the famous Great Ocean Road.

Silverband Falls  Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia

Silverband Falls was a waterfall that Julie and I didn't seriously consider visiting given the drought that had a major impact on our waterfalling during our November 2006 trip.

Another look at the lookout at Toorongo Falls demonstrating that there were indeed more to the falls than what the overlook would show

Toorongo Falls was an impressively tall waterfall with pretty satisfactory flow. In fact, my experience at this waterfall was so satisfying and the surroundings were so lush that I forgot.

Marriners Falls  Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia

Marriners Falls was a small but quaint waterfall nestled in the forest lands in back of the coastal town of Apollo Bay. It was the last waterfall we were able to squeeze in on a day when we.

Phantom Falls  Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria, Australia

Phantom Falls was the last of the waterfalls in Victoria that we visited in the Great Ocean Road vicinity, which happened to be an area so full of waterfalls that visiting this one was almost.

Closer long exposed photo of the tall Erskine Falls  Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria, Australia

Closer long exposed photo of the tall Erskine Falls Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria, Australia

Looking across the calm plunge pool for Sheoak Falls  Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria, Australia

Looking across the calm plunge pool for Sheoak Falls Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria, Australia

This was about as much of Agnes Falls as we could capture in one shot, which was taken a short distance before the end of the track

Agnes Falls was an impressive multi-tiered waterfall in South Gippsland. We saw this waterfall as part of a long day trip that looped around the Gippsland Region in the eastern part of Victoria.

That's me checking out Lower Kalimna Falls from its backside

Lower Kalimna Falls in Angahook-Lorne State Park, Victoria_ Australia

Carisbrook Falls  Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

Carisbrook Falls was probably one of the few waterfalls that we could quite seriously say was literally on the Great Ocean Road. Most of the rest of the waterfalls required some bit of a drive.

Triplet Falls  Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia

Triplet Falls far exceeded our expectations as Julie and I were becoming conditioned to think that just about all the waterfalls west of Melbourne would be dry or trickling during our drought.

Hopkins Falls  Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia

Hopkins Falls was our waterfalling excuse to visit the quieter west end of the Great Ocean Road near the coastal town of Warrnambool. It was a short but wide waterfall (said to be high and.