Natural Attractions

Baw Baw is the gateway to Gippsland and beyond, boasting picture perfect scenery and diverse landscapes. From lush forests, flowing rivers, spectacular alpine resorts and our signature rolling hill countryside. And all of this is only an hour or so from Melbourne! Discover a full list of our natural attractions here.

Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls

Toorongo Falls is a spectacular tiered waterfall found amongst the dense native bush of Toorongo Falls Reserve. Allow little over one hour to navigate the mostly uphill track to the falls. On your way down be sure to stop by the Amphitheatre Falls, the smaller of the two falls in Toorongo Reserve but an equally enjoyable experience. Both attractions are popular spots for tourists and photographers so don’t forget to bring your camera!


Noojee Trestle Bridge

Where rich history meets beauty. Set amongst a scenic eucalypt and fern forest you will find the Noojee Trestle Bridge, the tallest surviving wooden trestle bridge in Victoria. If you are just visiting the bridge there is only a short walk up a set of stairs to get to the top. If you have a little longer, we recommend you head along the short 3km walking trail to nearby Noojee! The perfect place to reconnect with nature and take in all the stunning surrounds.


Mount Worth State Park

Mount Worth State Park is Baw Baw’s undiscovered paradise. This stunning forest offers plenty of stunning surrounds to gaze upon. Only a 20-minute drive from Yarragon, wanderers can’t get enough of the flourishing tree ferns, wet forests of mountain ash, mountain grey gum and blackwood that grow on the hills and slopes.