Panorama of the Silverband Falls in the Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia. The falls were named because of the narrow band of water from Dairy Creek falling down the rock face. The falls are a 700 metre stroll from the Silverband Falls car park approx. 10 kilometres south of Halls Gap. The site is usually more scenic and overgrown but at the time of this photo has still been recovering from severe floods in January 2011 that washed out much of the walking track and creek bed.