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This Kalymna Falls - Mount William - Bomjinna Campground hike departs from the Kalymna Falls campground. Follow the 4WD track uphill to the signposted Kalymna Falls turn off. The track descends to the base of Kalymna Falls. The 15m falls cascade over the sandstone cliffs. Return via the same route to the 4WD track, turning right to ascend the trail to the saddle just below Boundary Gap.
Turn right at the trail junction and ascend the last of the peaks to the radio masts and the summit of Mount William at 1153m.
After taking some time to explore the summit descend via the bitumen road until you reach the gate and Mount William Carpark.
From here you will require good navigation skills as the walk from Mount William Carpark to Bomjinna Campground is now officially closed. You will need to search for the start of the Bomjinna track which leaves the carpark on the North Eastern side. The first 100m of the trail is covered in debris but once found it is a fairly obvious trail that descends across gullies back to the Bomjinna Campground.
16km west of Moyston on Mount William Picnic Ground Road; this road is unsealed and suitable for two wheel drive vehicles.
About the region
Renowned for rugged mountain ranges, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenic views, the 168,000 hectare park is ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. The many walking tracks will take you on a journey to waterfall vistas, ancient geological rock features and forests. There are guided tours, and with a large network of roads available, car touring is a great way to explore. Renowned as the major attraction in the region, the Grampians National Park is a must-visit destination for all travellers, backpackers and day-trippers in Victoria. The spectacular setting of the mountainous landscape boasts a wide array of attractions and activities for visitors to the region. The Grampians National Park (also Gariwerd), commonly referred to as The Grampians, is a national park located in the Grampians region of Victoria, Australia. The 167,219-hectare (413,210-acre) national park is situated between Stawell and Horsham on the Western Highway and Dunkeld on the Glenelg Highway, 260 kilometres west of Melbourne and 460 kilometres east of Adelaide.
Bomjinna Campground and the walk from Bomjinna Campground to Mount William Carpark is now officially closed due to the Kalymna area providing a enhanced experience for walkers and picnickers to this area.