Out and About
The possibilities of things to do in and around Noojee are endless but to help you make the most of your stay, we’d like to share just some of the amazing places to visit that are on our doorstep.
Not only that, we’ve also put together a FREE guide in which we share even more top tips to exploring Noojee and the surrounding area, as well as some great ways of making your short break a fantastic experience from the minute you leave your doorstep and arrive at ours. Download your free copy here.
Although Noojee wasn’t officially founded until the early 1900’s, in the mid 1860’s European settlers came to Noojee as gold prospectors, and tin miners, and settled in the area. In 1919, Noojee became a major timber town when a branch railway line was built connecting Noojee to Warragul. Today you will still see logging trucks going through the township and it is what Noojee is known for, however the rail line is no longer in operation.
Noojee is an aboriginal word meaning ‘valley of, or place of, rest’. And this is certainly a place to come and rest, relax, explore and unwind!
Our 10 Favourite Local Attractions
Trestle Bridge Walk
Toorongo Falls / Amphitheatre Falls Walks
Noojee Heritage Centre
The Ada Tree is beautiful, majestic and its size and age make it the biggest flowering tree in the Southern Hemisphere. At over 300 years old, the Ada Tree is the ultimate example of the beauty and history Baw Baw Shire is known for, and it’s right on Noojee’s doorstep. Be prepared to marvel at her incredible size once you reach her. Reconnect with nature surrounded by tall mountain ash trees, and lush, green shrubs and tree ferns.
Ralph Cornwall Loch Valley Tramway Walk
This walk follows the course of one of the historic timber tramlines in Noojee through rainforest, ferns and Mountain Ash trees. Features include a suspension bridge over the Latrobe River. The majority of the track is flat and can be enjoyed by all levels of fitness at approximately 5km long – and the picnic tables at the end of the walk, beside the Loch River, provide the perfect spot to take a break afterwards.