Toorongo Falls Reserve is roughly a 2 hour drive from Melbourne and with 2 amazing waterfalls it’s a perfect weekend microadventure waiting to happen.


  • Two amazing waterfalls.
  • Breathtaking forest
  • Great for photography

Toorongo Falls And Amphitheatre Falls

As you begin to drive through Neerim South and approach Nojee, the true beauty of Gippsland is revealed in the rolling hills and views that surround you.

As you arrive, there are two bushwalking tracks, which in total are 2.22 km long. The tracks pass two main waterfalls; Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls. Along the walk there and also many other spectacular streams to photograph and explore.

The time of year and day you go will determine how many other people you will see on the walk. I would recommend visiting the falls on a weekday. When we went we had the whole place to ourselves…

Toorongo Falls Victoria Gippsland LORENZO SANTUCCI, creek, long exposure, water flowing, ferns, boulders

Essential Gear

  • Runners or hiking shoes.
  • Preferably a wide-angle lens to capture the true scale of the forest and waterfalls.
  • Camping gear if you wish to camp at the campsite which is near the falls.

How To Get There


Toorongo Falls Rd, Noojee VIC 3833 – (Google maps)


  • Photography
  • Camping
  • Hiking

Skill level


Distance Covered

2.22 km


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