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AGNES FALLS - are Victoria's highest waterfalls at 59 metres, with water flowing into a deep fern gorge, and is spectacular after heavy rains. There are safe walking tracks for viewing the falls. Turnoff via Silcocks Hill road, Toora (before the wind farm towers) or take turnoff at Slades Hill Road, Welshpool

TURTONS FALLS - Turtons Creek not the easiest place to find, but well worth the drive. The road is unsealed for several kilometres and winds down gullies, through rain forests of tall gums and wattles, with ferns and tree ferns covering the lower reaches. Turton's Falls is a great spot for a BBQ/picnic whilst enjoying the sounds of the bush and the beauty of this location. Turnoff out of Foster

MT FATIGUE - the 360 degree view takes in Corner Inlet, Wilsons Promontory, the hill country and coastal areas. Take either the road out of Foster or Toora heading towards Mt Best to Mt Fatigue

Agnes Falls
Tarra-Bulga National Park

DISCOVER THE GRAND RIDGE ROAD - a road that seems to wind forever along the top of ranges, forests & lush farmlands; interspersed with the occasional quaint town or hamlet
TARRA-BULGA NATIONAL PARK - located in the rainforests of the Strzelecki Ranges. Fern Gully Nature Walk - takes you through a lush fern gully and includes the suspension bridge. Tarra-Valley Rainforest Walk - meander through rainforest and across little creeks and bridges to the Cyathea Falls. Listen for the mimicking sounds made by the lyrebird.

Another interesting picnic spot is at the Hiawatha 'Minnie Ha Ha' Falls.

If you find yourself in Mirboo North and like to enjoy the odd glass of the amber liquid, call into the 'Grand Ridge Brewery Restaurant', and sample Gippsland's own premium beer & see it's production, it's worth it!!

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