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Great except for skip bin

This was a spectacular place. Amazing walk. Beautiful camp ground. However the 'trial' monstrous... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2021
I7205ILnadiam
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Victoria, Australia
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Just an amazingly awesome day trip

We went there with the children and family friends. If you live around South East and want to go... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2021
Wasif H
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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 4 April 2021 via mobile

We went there with the children and family friends. If you live around South East and want to go for a day trip sight seeing and seeing some amazing (all year round) water falls, this is the place to be.

Dogs allowed
Children friendly (just be aware as it could be a little slippery when wet)
Medium fitness (and I’m not fit and it worked)

Enjoy the deep forest with just amazing sounds of water running.

Picnic area is also there, but we enjoyed the picnic at Noojee town where there’s more toilets, and bigger picnic space for families.

Also don’t miss the old bridge, that’s is just a 10-15 minutes simple round trip.

Date of experience: April 2021
Thank Wasif H
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Reviewed 17 March 2021

This is an amazing place to visit with two absolutely beautiful waterfalls within easy reach. Depending on which way you go first, you can cover Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls with an easy to moderate walk from the car park. The round trip (covering both falls) should take about an hour. There are also a number of smaller falls along the way. There is ample car parking spaces as well as public toilets and picnic tables.

Date of experience: March 2021
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Reviewed 3 February 2021

We arrived a couple of days after some good rainfall so the falls were in full flight and were spectacular. The circuit track is excellent and easily walked without any issues. The are lots of viewing point so you can take in the many falls & rapids. We were VERY impressed AND you can even take your dog.

Date of experience: February 2021
Thank Thomas A
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Reviewed 27 January 2021 via mobile

My son and I headed to the Toorongo Falls from Monbulk.
The drive there and back was really the best part of the trip, past Powell Town through the valleys and hills is a cool drive and we had a quick peek at the tresses bridge at Noojee and followed the signs to the falls. If you’re into rivers, the Toorongo river winds it way beside the road up to the falls and you cross it at a couple of points. A Great little river if you like a bit of Fly fishing. Very healthy river.
There is a carpark at the falls and a 1.2 k round trip up to the falls and back to the parking area. There are a couple of campsites near the falls and they are very popular and free.
When I visited, the carpark, campsites and viewing area at the falls was crowded so pick day away from public and school holidays if you like your own company.
There are Noojee, Powell Town, Gladys Vale, launching Place, Yarra junction and Seville towns on the way and they all provide great amenities, food , drinks and points of interest so stop at one or two towns on the way to spread the love.
I recommend the trip as much as the Falls. Good one.

Date of experience: January 2021
Thank pleximac
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Reviewed 14 January 2021

The Falls was a very good place to go and very relaxing to see. The walk wasn't that hard and it didn't take too long. The only problem was when we were driving the car to visit the falls, google maps took us the wrong way and we ended up in the forest and it took a while to get back on the right road. To avoid this, just search the directions to 'Tooronga Falls Campground 1'. Then it should lead to the right place

Date of experience: January 2021
3  Thank josrmint
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