Lal Lal Falls Reserve contains one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Moorabool area.
The scenic views make this Reserve attractive to visitors seeking a relaxing day out. Environmentally, the reserve contains significant vegetation including 13 plant species of regional significance and one species rare in Victoria and in Australia. This vegetation provides habitat for a variety of small mammals, reptiles and birds.
Culturally, the Falls are believed to be the earthly home of Bunjil, the All Father or Creator to most Victorian Aboriginal tribes. The name Lal Lal is thought to be Aboriginal for "dashing of waters". The Lal Lal Falls is listed on the Site Registry of Aboriginal Affairs Victoria as a spiritual place.