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Tarra Valley Rainforest

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Published April 29th 2017
A chance to get amongst nature
Situated 25 kilometres from Traralgon is Tarra Valley, one of two areas of rainforest left in Victoria. Within Tarra Valley are a number of beautifully scenic walks filled with ferns, trees, creeks and birds, all of varying distances. Visitors can choose to take on one of the walks or multiple ones through the day. One of the most popular walks is the 800-metre round walk that crosses the gully and through the rainforest canopy on the Corrigan's Suspension Bridge.

One of the walking tracks


However, the swinging bridge is not the only place of interest within Tarra Valley. There are also a number of waterfalls including Tarra falls, and Cyathea Falls within the park. All of these waterfalls are beautiful to visit and can be visited separately or all in the one day.

To help visitors spend as much time here and fully enjoying their time at Tarra Valley, the park has a number of facilities including the information centre, picnic tables, huts, toilets, and barbeques.
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Why? A chance to walk amongst nature
Where: Tarra-Bulga National Park
Cost: Free
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This is definitely worth a visit, especially since it is such an easy day trip from Melbourne.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|7237) 897 days ago
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