The Triplet Falls are waterfalls located in the Great Otway National Park of Victoria, in eastern Australia. The falls are fed by the Young Creek and as the name suggests there are three falls that cascade over a lush rainforest to the floor of the valley. The three streams normally flow when there has been significant rain upstream, so it is not uncommon to see only one or two streams flowing. The falls was flowing quite well, living up to its name as we could clearly see three segments running side-by-side amidst the dense growth. Triplet Falls is one of the iconic visitor sites in the Great Otway National Park. Nestled amongst the ancient forests of Mountain Ash and Myrtle Beach, you will discover three distinct and impressive cascades flowing through shady rainforests and glades of mossy tree ferns. This beautiful area is set in the ancient forest and provides views into the lower cascades and the majestic main falls. A small picnic area is also available for visitors to relax and enjoy the beautiful surrounds. As you leave the forest you can begin to hear the roar of Triplet Falls where a series of elevated viewing platforms provide you with spectacular views of the three cascades. This area is also the site of an original Otways timber mill. The trail runs past the site and displays remnant artefacts from the era. View the lower cascades as you follow raised walkways through the forest of Mountain Ash and Myrtle Beach to the main falls. A scenic loop walk through rainforest leads to a series of elevated viewing platforms providing stunning views of the three cascades.