5 nice walks in Gippsland


Loch Valley Tram Walk, Noojee

Have an adventure on a gentle walk along an old timber mill tramway line situated in Noojee. Taking you through beautiful tall mountain ash forests and tree fern lined paths. This is an easy 1 hour return journey with a pause for some snacks and relaxing at the picnic tables at the end of the walk.

Tarra Bulga National Park

Come and enjoy a day out at Tarra Bulga National Park.  Situated in the Strzelecki Ranges of South Gippsland. Offering an array of walking trails ranging from beginners to the elite. Starting at the information centre you have a variety of shorter walks, after some exercise enjoy a picnic before heading on further down to Tarra Valley, a short but enchanting journey! The Gunaikurnai are the traditional owners of this magical place.

Torrongo Falls

A soul recharging loop walk. Torrongo falls is located only 40 minutes from Warragul & Drouin. Breathe in the air as you climb steadily up through a dense moisture rich terrain. Listening to the water rushing along side you for most of the loop is very relaxing. Reaching the pinnacle where the falls begin allows you to have a rest and recharge whilst enjoying the beauty of the falls. Allow 1-1.5 Hrs to complete. There are a few picnic tables and toilet facilities at the park.

Rokeby Flora & Fauna Reserve

Enjoy a walk along the first section of the Rokeby to Neerim trail, which is situated on part of the old railway line which once led from Warragul to Noojee. It is a gentle flat walk with a nice canopy over head, perfect for summer outings. In Winter it also provides some protection from the elements. Keep your eyes open for birds, wildlife, flora and fungi as you amble along towards the creek to have a little relaxation.

Poverty Point Loop Walk

A nice relaxing walk along the thomson river near Walhalla.  The walk is about 9kms and took us 2.5 hrs to complete. Its an easy walk.

From the car park area at the thomson bridge station, follow the track up along the river. About 300m up the hill on the right theres a small trail following the river. You’ll see a gate and a sign that states “walkers only”. Enjoy.

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