Set along the banks of the Toorongo River, this campsite is nestled a short distance downstream of Toorongo and Ampitheatre Falls.  This idyllic attraction is within close proximity to Noojee and just a 2 hour drive from Melbourne. Unpack a picnic, explore, unwind and relax in the beautiful setting of Toorongo valley.

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Facilities

BBQ Facilities available here
Camping Facilities available here
Fire Place available here
Parking available here
Picnic Tables available here
Public Toilets available here
Shelter unavailable
Non-potable water from the river must be boiled
Wheelchair Access unavailable

Sites

20

Cost

Free

Booking

No

Environment

Riparian Forest

Accessibility

2WD – Toorongo Falls Road

640, Toorongo Valley Road, Noojee, Victoria, 3833, Australia.

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The Central Highlands of Victoria have been logged for more than 150 years, with the majority of timber extracted going into making paper or cardboard boxes. As a result of past overcutting and recurrent wildfires, there is now very little forest that if logged will produce sawn timber. Only poor-quality trees that will be chipped for paper making are left. The bottom line is that Victoria will be financially better off without logging in Mountain Ash and Alpine Ash forests; some estimates suggest that the state would be ahead by between $110 million and $190 million annually if logging stopped today. This problem needs to be recognised.

Share your voice to preserve these regions for generations to come. Contact your local MPs and encourage them to support the creation of the Great Forest National Park.

Attractions

Facilities
BBQ Facilities
Camping Facilities
Fire Place
Parking
Picnic Tables
Public Toilets
Shelter
Water
Wheelchair Access
Attraction Types
Camping
Caves
Cycling
Giant Trees
Hike
Historic Sites
Horse Riding
Picnic Area
Places of Interest
Rainforest
Rock Climbing
Scenic Drive
Views
Waterfalls
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    We propose adding 355,000 hectares of protected forests to the Central Highlands of Victoria to form the Great Forest National Park

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    Currently there is only 170,000 hectares of parks and protected areas in the Central Highlands of Victoria

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The traditional custodians of this country include the Bunurong (Boon Wurrung), Gunaikurnai, Taungurung (Daung warring) and Wurundjeri indigenous Australians. We acknowledge this land belongs to the sovereign people of the First Nations. This land was stolen from them and their sovereignty was never ceded. This park conservation plan is subject to ongoing discussions and approvals with relevant clans and corporations and fully supports and recognises all their cultural rights, control and access.

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