Are you looking for a campground which ticks off these 7 boxes?
- Free Campground
- Plenty of campsites available
- Fires are permitted in the Fire pits provided. Check fire restrictions
- Surrounded by nature
- Campground runs along the Toorongo River
- Close proximity to Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls
- Drop toilets provided
The Toorongo Falls Campground is a great place to camp for free. The area is absolutely beautiful. The Campground is situated along the Toorongo River which entices the fisherman. But for the majority it is the surroundings which attract the crowds. You are surrounded by towering gums which Kookaburras and Rosella’s frequent. To wake to the sound of the Kookaburras laughing in my opinion is lovely.
At Toorongo Falls Campground you will find several camping sites with fire pits. The campground is split into two different camping areas. Both are equipped with drop toilets and most camping sites have fire pits. There are several picnic tables provided which can be used by campers or day trippers. A number of day trippers use the facilities as there are several hikes to be enjoyed. Campers and day trippers alike make their way to the nearby Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls which is a destination you should definitely go to whether for the falls or to experience the lush green forest. Here you will walk along pathways surrounded by lush ferns, towering gums and boulders covered in bright green moss.
Campground 1 is the larger of the 2 camping areas. Campground 1 has both flat and sloping sites. There are drop toilets. Picnic tables are available. A number of the camp sites have fire pits. Some of the sites are suitable for caravans or camper vans, whilst other sites are for tents.
Campground 2 is located by driving through Campground 1. This is a smaller area but still spacious. Again you will find fire pits, drop toilets, sites suitable for either tents, caravans or camper vans. Some sites are flatter than others. The Toorongo River runs along the bottom of the campground where you will find picnic tables.
The Toorongo Falls Campground is definitely a place to go to be grounded and enjoy the serenity, beauty, forest and fresh country air as you relax around your campfire.
Facilities at Toorongo Falls Campground
- Numerous camp sites suitable for tents, camper vans and caravans
- Drop Toilets
- Picnic Tables
- Walking tracks
- BYO firewood
- BYO water for cooking, drinking and distinguishing fires
- Take your rubbish home
When we visited the campgrounds were temporarily closed due to them being improved. Check the Toorongo Falls Campground website to confirm if the campgrounds have re-opened. If the campgrounds are open ensure you get there early in peak times as it is a popular spot. Once you arrive you very quickly realise why!!
Also remember to take your own firewood, plenty of water to extinguish camp fires, drink and for cooking.
- Noojee Trestle Bridge
- Ralph Cornwall Loch Valley Tramway Walk
- Noojee Heritage Centre
- Toorongo Falls Walk
- Amphitheatre Falls Walk via Toorongo Falls
- The Noojee Waterwheel
Nearby Free Campgrounds
Before you head to the campgrounds check their websites to ensure they are open. Sometimes the campgrounds are temporarily closed. When we explored this absolutely beautiful area the Toorongo Falls Campground was temporarily closed.
Toorongo Falls Campground Location
- Toorongo Falls Road, Noojee
- Approximately 1.5km walk to Toorongo Falls & Amphitheatre Falls
- Approximately 138km, 1hr 45min from Melbourne CBD
Have you visited Toorongo Falls Campground either as a day tripper or a camper? If you have we’d love to hear about your experience here. Perhaps you’ve explored another destination which you’d love to share with us.