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Category: Walks

Toorongo Falls Noojee Reserve Walks

The Toorongo Falls Noojee, Reserve walks are located 4km north east of Noojee on the Toorongo Falls Road (DO NOT follow Google on this one – it will take you the WRONG way via Ridge Rd!). Just drive past the Noojee Pub & follow the signs to the falls. 

From the Toorongo Falls Day Visitor Area, head up the track to the right of the toilet block and start climbing gently uphill alongside Little Toorongo River. Enjoy the stunning cascades on the way up as you weave through giant tree ferns, Mountain Grey Gum, Mountain Ash, Manna and Blackwood. You’ll soon start to see the falls in the distance and after only 600 metres you’ll reach the viewing platform at the base of their biggest tier, where you can sit and enjoy the falls tumbling over the rocky cliff face into the valley below.

At this point, you can return via the same track for a 1.2-kilometre total walk (known as the Toorongo Falls Walk), or you can continue on for another 600 metres to Amphitheatre Falls on the Toorongo River. It’s not as big or as impressive as Toorongo Falls but there’s an impressive lookout built over the river which allows a spectacular view of the falls. It would be particularly impressive after heavy rains.

This is truly a spectacular area to spend some time in. Be warned though on the weekends it is super busy with day trippers from Melbourne, during the week you will practically have the walks to yourself!

  • Toorongo Falls Track – 1.5km (return) – Easy, mostly flat with gentle hills, & with some steps.
  • Toorongo Falls via Amphitheatre Falls Loop Track – 2.2km (return) – Easy, mostly flat with gentle hills, & with some steps.

The Rokeby to Neerim Trail Walks, West Gippsland

The Rokeby to Neerim Trail Walks, West Gippsland start at Rokeby Common, this trail passes through the Crossover Regional Park before heading north to Neerim South and then follows the Main Neerim Road to the edge of Neerim. 

Highlights of the Rokeby to Neerim trail walks, include the Trestle Bridge at Crossover, views of the Tarago Reservoir, Bunyip State Forest in the west and towards Mount Baw Baw in the east.  These walks are classed easy and therefore for everyone! Enjoy the fresh air and gorgeous greenery on these nature-loving, shady trails.

  • Rokeby to Crossover – 4km – Easy, mostly flat even surface with no steps or steep sections.
  • Crossover to Neerim South – 3km – Easy, mostly flat even surface with no steps or steep sections.
  • Neerim South to Neerim – 5.59km – Easy, mostly flat even surface with no steps or steep sections.

Total Distance – 12.59km – Easy, mostly flat even surface with no steps or steep sections.

Rokeby Flora and Fauna Rail Trail

A short trail to a picnic and fishing spot on the Tarago River. The old rail trail also extends south to Old Telegraph Road and includes interpretive signs about rail history and local flora & fauna. A great place to stretch your legs and enjoy a short walk from Rokeby township.

Access to the trail is 140m past the Rokeby Hall on the left hand side from Old Telegraph Rd. 

  • Rokeby Flora & Fauna Rail Trail – 1km – Easy, mostly flat even surface with no steps or steep sections.