• First settled by prospectors, the postcard-perfect town of Noojee on the lush banks of Gippsland's Latrobe River is home to a range of unforgettable natural attractions. Noojee is named after the aboriginal word for contentment or place to rest, though there are plenty of opportunities to get active around the town. Head into the rainforest to visit the spectacular Tooronga Falls and the Ada Tree, one of the largest surviving trees in Victoria. A Noojee landmark, the historic timber trestle bridge is one of only a few of its kind remaining in Victoria. Walk or cycle alongside tall forest on

  • Piedmont Vineyard
    Piedmont Vineyard

    Established in 1991 by Ivan and Ljubica (Lubi) Juric the winery is located in scenic

  • The Outpost Retreat
    The Outpost Retreat

    The Outpost Retreat was originally an old farmhouse that was built in the early 1900's

  • The Parrots' Nest
    The Parrots' Nest

    Sitting high above the picturesque village of Noojee in West Gippsland, and just a short

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