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Koornalla: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Grand Strzelecki Track


Come and stand in awe under forest giants, or step into a lost world of ancient temperate rainforest equal to any on Earth, yet not hear a sound except the serenade of lyrebirds. Come and walk in solitude through a different rainforest so rare, most people have never heard of it, and far fewer will ever see it.

Come and discover peaceful, beautiful places far from the beaten track and away from the parks all the tourists visit. When you need to reacquaint yourself with the comforts of life, try a home cooked meal in a friendly country guest house or a cosy cabin in a tiny, peaceful hamlet amidst all this natural beauty.




Junction Road,
Foster
Jeeralang Junction, VIC, 3840

Located 12.0K from Koornalla

Gippsland Immigration Park


Gippsland Immigration Park is a not for profit community group dedicated to recognising the contribution immigrants have made to the development of Gippsland.

To this end a park was created in Morwell in which the Gippsland Immigration Wall of Recognition was constructed, along with a Community Deck which overlooks Kernot Lake, a children's playground and barbecue facilities. This park is now the location of the annual Gippsland Multicultural Festival.

The committee continues to work to develop the park and look at further ways in which the contribution of immigrants can be celebrated in the community.

Please contact Gippsland Immigration Park for more information.




50-70 Princes Drive
Morwell, VIC, 3840

Located 12.3K from Koornalla

Morwell National Park


Situated in the northern foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges, this park is small in size but of great value in preserving a remnant of the area's original plant and animal life.

The best was to enjoy Morwell National Park is to walk through it. Fosters Gully Nature Walk provides an excellent introduction to the park.

Things to do
A self-guided nature walk through Fosters Gully provides the visitor with detailed information on the variety of plants and animals found in the park.

Heritage
Morwell National Park and surrounding area was occupied by the Woollum Woollum Clan who used the area to hunt possums for food and skins. Artefacts from these times have been found in the surrounding areas. Europeans settled here in the 1840s and cleared land for grazing.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Kerry Road
Morwell, VIC, 3840

Located 13.8K from Koornalla

Tarra Bulga National Park


Tarra-Bulga National Park in South Gippsland is well known for its giant Mountain Ash trees, beautiful fern gullies and ancient myrtle beeches. The park covers some of the best examples of original cool temperate rainforests of the Strzelecki Ranges.

Walk to the impressive Corrigan's Suspension Bridge, which stretches through the rainforest canopy, affording spectacular views of the lush fern gully on the forest floor below.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.





Grand Ridge Rd
Balook, VIC, 3971

Located 13.9K from Koornalla

Gippsland Plains Rail Trail


Location: Traralgon to Stratford
Distance: 67 kilometres one way
Track: Generally smooth dirt or gravel track
Grade: Level One - No experience required
Start: Intersection of Marshalls Rd and the Traralgon-Maffra Road (C105)
Finish: Apex Park, Stratford, beside the Avon River

The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail is a 67 kilometre recreational trail following the former historic Gippsland Plains railway line route between Stratford and Traralgon.

Traralgon to Glengarry (10 kilometres)
Pass through the scenic Latrobe River floodplain and over four spectacular restored bridges.

Glengarry to Toongabbie (9 kilometres)
This path leads to the peaceful Eaglehawk Creek, ideal for picnicking.

Toongabbie to Cowwarr (9 kilometres)
This section sets out across the plains with views towards the Great Dividing Range.

Cowwarr to Heyfield via Dawson (11 kilometres)
Head out of Cowarr past the scenic Rainbow Creek crossing and continue through the rich river flats.

Heyfield to Tinamba (10 kilometres)
The Tinamba Hotel makes for a great food stop.

Tinamba to Maffra (8 kilometres)
This section of the trail has an excellent surface and passes through wetlands, forest and a number of creek crossings.

Maffra to Stratford via Powerscourt (10 kilometres)
The trail follows the main railway line through quintessentially country landscape.




Marshalls and the Traralgon-Maffra Roads
Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Located 14.1K from Koornalla

Latrobe Regional Gallery


Latrobe Regional Gallery is one of the largest public galleries in regional Victoria and is member of the Public Galleries Association of Victoria. Housing seven gallery spaces and a sculpture courtyard, the Latrobe Regional Gallery presents exhibitions and curated Latrobe Regional Gallery projects across contemporary art and design, experimental and interdisciplinary practices, curated collections of note, works by regional artists and national touring exhibitions.

The gallery shop stocks quality arts and craft and the caf?, while So Swish cafe provides an enhanced experience for visitors. Guided gallery tours can be arranged by appointment.

The gallery is one and a half hours' drive from Melbourne along the Princes Freeway (Exit B460) and a two minute walk from the Morwell Railway Station.




138 Commercial Road
Morwell, VIC, 3840

Located 14.4K from Koornalla

Koornalla: Events

Australian Light Aircraft Championships


The ALACs is the Australian Light Aircraft Championships and Conference.

The competition is designed for Aero Clubs from around Australia to compete against each other in a series of aviation related events including, streamer cutting, forced landings, formation flying, aerobatics and spot landing.

Open to the general public for viewing and aviators for the competition.


Event Dates
2017
      26th Mar
      27th Mar
      28th Mar
      29th Mar
      30th Mar
      31st Mar
      1st Apr


75 Airfield Road
Morwell, VIC, 3840

Located 11.6K from Koornalla

Kitty Flanagan: Smashing


Kitty Flanagan: Smashing - A brand new show.

Love songs, sex, algorithms, chimps, clowns and psychics, everything is getting 'smashed'.

Leave the kids at home unless you fancy them getting a real Flanagan style education.

Recommended for Mature Audiences 15+

Duration: one hour and 20 minutes (no interval).


Event Dates
2017
      10th Mar


59 Breed Street
Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Located 12.5K from Koornalla

Nature Photography Exhibition: Latrobe Valley Field Naturalists Club


This exhibition of photographs taken by members of the Latrobe Valley and Sale Field Naturalists clubs has photos of everything from sea-lions to spiders, lizards to landscapes.

There are sections for photographs of fungi and ferns, orchids and amphibians, birds and trees.

The exhibition will be of interest to anyone with an interest in photography and the natural world.

Many photographs were taken locally, others are from all over Australia and some offshore islands. There is an opportunity for visitors to select an entry for the People's Choice Award; and the outcome of judging in the associated competition will be announced at the exhibition opening on February 18th.


Event Dates
2017
      22nd Feb
      23rd Feb
      24th Feb
      25th Feb


Franklin Street
Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Located 12.7K from Koornalla

Koornalla: Travel Tips

Latrobe Visitor Information Centre


The Latrobe Visitor Information Centre is located on the Princes Highway (next to the train station) in Traralgon. It is a dedicated tourism centre offering professional and local knowledge on Latrobe City and the wider Gippsland region.

Key highlights of the area include the cool temperate rain forests of Tarra Bulga National Park, Morwell National Park and waterways like Lake Narracan and the popular Hazelwood Pondage. Discover one of the most successful old gold mining towns in Victoria, Walhalla, and other quaint country towns including Yinnar, Glengarry and Toongabbie.

Latrobe City is also the major producer of Victoria's electricity. The area is fertile in brown coal deposits and visitors have the opportunity to learn about the production of electricity whilst in the area by following the Power Trail Route 98.

The team offers friendly local knowledge and assistance for attractions, local businesses and services, restaurants and cafes, museums, galleries, wineries and local produce, sporting facilities, events, rail trails and gardens.

The Latrobe Visitor Information Centre also provide a free accommodation booking service, public computer, bike rack, Chargebar (charges virtually all devices), free Wi-Fi and offer a range of local and Australian made souvenirs for purchase.




41 Princes Street
Traralgon, VIC, 3844

Located 11.9K from Koornalla

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