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Overview

Noojee

Leave the noise of the city behind and travel to Noojee, a town named after the Aboriginal word for contentment or place to rest. First settled by prospectors, this picturesque town on the Latrobe River sits on the main access route to the ski fields of Mount Baw Baw and is home to a wide range of heritage and natural attractions.

Natural attractions

Make a day of it and wander through the bush to the spectacular Toorongo Falls. Visit the Ada Tree, one of the largest surviving trees in Victoria, or stay closer to home and simply stretch the legs with a walk along the lush banks of the Latrobe River.

Food and wine

Enjoy country-style fare and exquisite homemade cakes at The Red Parrot Cafe, sample award-winning varieties of Shiraz, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc at Piedmont Vineyard and enjoy a beer and hearty pub fare at the renowned Toolshed Bar.

Outdoor activities

Learn how to ski on the Mount Baw Baw snowfields or take to the slopes on horseback for a ride through the bush in summertime. Visit the Alpine Trout Farm and watch the kids catch fish or put on your boots and head to the Noojee Trestle Bridge, one of the oldest wooden trestle bridges in Victoria.

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Things to do

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Cycling

Rokeby to Neerim Rail Trail

This trail is part of the original Warragul to Noojee rail line and has views of Tarago Reservoir, Bunyip State Forest and Mount Baw Baw.

Walking & hiking

Glen Nayook Rainforest Walk

Follow the Tarago River to a fern gully where the river runs underground for 100 metres.

Walking & hiking

Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls Loop Walk

A circular track through the Toorongo Falls Reserve that goes to the spectacular viewing platforms for Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls.

Walking & hiking

Noojee Trestle Bridge Walk

Surrounded by tall forest, follow the old railway line from Noojee to one of the only remaining historic timber trestle bridges in Victoria.

Walking & hiking

Ada Tree Rainforest Walk

Walk through rainforest to the Ada Tree, a 270-year-old mountain ash that's one of Victoria's largest trees.

National parks & reserves

Baw Baw National Park

Covering a substantial part of the Baw Baw Plateau and sections of the Thomson and Aberfeldy River valleys, Baw Baw National Park offers colourful...

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