Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve
Change of conditionsAdd change of condition
- Blue-green algae has been detected at Turpins Falls. Signage is in place and visitors are advised to avoid contact with the water including swimming, which is not recommended at the reserve. More information about blue-green algae is available from Department of Health and Human Services. at Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve, Friday 16 February, 2018
- Established:August 1982;Area:4.8ha
Turpins Falls Scenic Reserve is situated 12.6km from Kyneton and is one of several waterfalls and associated deep pools located along the Campaspe River.
Visitors can enjoy scenic views of the falls from a lookout located a short walk from the carpark.
No amenities or general facilities, such as toilets or picnic tables, are available at the reserve.
Pedestrian access to the waterhole is subject to seasonal track closures during the autumn period due to risk issues. Swimming in the waterhole is not recommended due to the extremely cold water.
Access to the top of the falls is permanently closed.
Visitors are required to strictly observe all warning signage in the reserve and stay within fenced areas and paths.