Salisbury Falls is accessible from Wangaratta by driving down Shanley St toward the Warby Ranges until you hit a dead end (dirt road). Once parked you can choose to walk left at the first sign (takes you along the creek and to the Falls, but no further), but the better walk is to stick straight ahead and complete a moderate difficulty 10 to 15 minute hike along the gorge. Good views of the Falls, providing it is flowing! Once at the top of the Falls you can continue walking all the way to Wenhams Camp. The track will follow the creek for some time before veering left and then crossing the creek above a smaller falls to follow the track away to the right. Once reaching a T intersection go left and you will walk along a dirt road until you see a sign for Salisbury Walk to the right. It takes you to a cairn (man made pile of rocks) and from there you can walk another 1 km to the camp site. The walk from car park to cairn is 5 km - or 10 km round trip taking 2 hrs 10 mins at a moderate pace. If you are lucky you might see a Wallaby or two. Even maybe a koala I have been told. Personally I have not seen any snakes here but you should always keep your eyes down in the warmer months, particularly near waterways. The Warbies never seems busy so it is a good place to go for some peace and quiet.
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