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Visit Victoria and you will find some of the best Australia holiday destinations. From Wilsons Promontory National Park to the Mornington Peninsula, the Yarra Valley to the Great Ocean Road, Victoria is home to a unique variety of landscapes and climates. While there are many amazing places to visit in Victoria, like Melbourne tourist attractions, Phillip Island, or the 12 Apostles, the Gippsland region is one of guests’ top choices each year. Victoria glamping accommodations in the Gippsland area offer unbeatable access to some of the most spectacular national parks, the best beaches in Victoria, and more outdoor fun. Gippsland, VIC is home to Ninety Mile Beach and Wilsons Prom, the Gippsland Lakes, and small mountain towns, like Noojee. Wilsons Prom camping often gets all the spotlight, but if you ask us, Noojee is one of the Gippsland region’s hidden gems. Noojee is a tiny village about 130km east of Melbourne, on the road to the Mount Baw Baw ski fields. The town was originally settled by gold prospectors during the 1860s but is now a popular holiday destination and gateway to the Gippsland region. Hugged by lush, rolling hills and dense forests, Noojee is an easy holiday destination in Victoria for weekend getaways from Melbourne. If you’re searching for Gippsland accommodation or just glamping in Victoria, consider a Noojee camping trip.
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Glamping Victoria: Noojee camping in Gippsland
Like we said, if you’re searching for weekend breaks and love glamping, Victoria mountain towns like Noojee are an easy choice. Although small, there are many things to do in Noojee. First, there is the Ada Tree, one of the largest and oldest, surviving trees in Victoria, which is thought to be over 300 years old. There are also some great hikes in the area, like the Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls Loop Walk, which is about an hour, circular track that takes you past both Toorongo Falls and Amphitheatre Falls. There are also great mountain bike trails and hiking in the mountains surrounding Mt Baw Baw, just to the east. The Noojee Trestle Bridge is one of the town’s top attractions and is one of the oldest wooden trestle bridges in Victoria. Of course, come winter, go camping in Noojee and you can hit the slopes at Mt Baw Baw. Rent skis or go tubing and enjoy a fun winter getaway in the Gippsland mountains. It doesn’t matter if you decide to hike the fern gullys at Glen Nayook Bushland Reserve, stroll the Loch Valley Tramway Walk, ski, or visit the falls, camping in Noojee is a great way to get outdoors no matter the season. Find the best Victoria camping & Noojee accommodation here for your next trip!