A beautiful circuit walk through the forest to the little bridge that crosses the petite - but still charming - Sherbrooke Falls!
If you're heading south from Olinda, Sassafras or Ferny Creek, watch out for the sign to the Falls on the Belgrave Ferny Creek Road. Alternatively, if you're heading north, you'll see a parking area about 150m north of Anderson Road.
If rushing water is your thing you best leave this walk until after rainfall. The Dandenongs has beautiful forests and great tracks but no significant waterfalls.
Please note that dogs are not permited on this walk. There are no toilets on this loop. For closest Parks Victoria facilities see the map in the 'Find out More' link at the top of this description.
If you would like to use public transport to do this walk, see our other maps of Sherbrooke Falls loop walk that begins at Belgrave train station or see the final point on our map (#8 is Belgrave station location).
Eyes peeled., there is a car parking area here on the Belgrave Ferny Creek Road.
A typical scene from the beautifully forested Dandenong Ranges. This track is part of the National Park so please note dogs are not permitted at all.
Take advantage of some conveniently placed logs to enjoy the view and the peaceful surrounds.
Take this sharp little detour to the right.
Listen to the rush and gurgle of water after rains as it flows beneath your feet!
After heading up Hillclimb track from the falls-viewing area take a left at Odonohue Track and you'll quickly find yourself back at Ridge track which will take you back the way you came.
Sherbrooke loop walk is a popular track for local walkers and joggers so you'll probably see others on this walk.
If you're not travelling by car you could walk to the Sherbrooke loop / Ridge Track. It's a 2.2km walk from Belgrave train station, making this a 7.2km walk all up.