Briens Gorge is a picnic spot set in a delightful valley with a nearby waterfall of the same name.
The walk to the foot of the falls is over a stony track. It is perhaps the shortest walking track in the Warby Ovens National Park.
The waterfall is quite often dry and can only be seen after heavy rain. The water flows over rocks for approximately 25 – 30 metres. The water disappears at the base of the falls seemingly into the ground, resurfacing in nearby springs.
From Wangandry Road, turn into Jubilee Road, then left into Grandview Road and follow the track past the Golf Course to the parking area where there are picnic tables and a fire place.