Not the most challenging walk you will ever do, the La La Falls return hike in Warburton is a 3.5km track that climbs gently to the falls.
At the base of the track is a reasonably sized car park with your usual information board about the hike itself and surrounds.
There is nothing overly difficult about this track and, as witnessed while there, is suitable for children and really anyone who is keen for a day walk.
As someone who really loves the challenge of a long distance or difficult hike, there is something really nice about this track.
It’s well-signed, has a well-formed track and has a really stunning waterfall at the end.
Now, the waterfall isn’t like ones you’ll find down at the Otways or at Marysville, but it’s nice to look at and relax in front of.
And for all you outdoor photographers out there, this would be a perfect spot to take a million photos or two.
Once you’re done, be sure to head back into town to have a coffee and something to eat at one of the cafes. The Two Sugars Cafe is a favourite of mine.
In closing, the La La Falls is a track I would recommend for any beginner hiker or anyone who just wants to go for a casual walk on the weekend.
Furthermore, it’s a great place to take the kids and it’ll certainly be one I’ll be doing parents and kids hikes, as well as beginner hikes, for our MeetUp group.
As always, if you want to take a look at the track I recorded, and what you’re in for, please take a look here via my WikiLoc account.
The Stats – La La Falls Return
Length (km): 3.6km (according to WikiLoc)
Time: 1hr 25 min
Maximum Elevation: 467m
Accum. elev. uphill: 227m
Accum. elev. downhill: 176m
Return/Circuit/One Way: Return