Noojee Trestle Bridge, Noojee

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  • Stunning Views of the bushland in Noojee from the very high bridge. It was fun. It didn't take us very long to get up there. But once we did, the views were amazing. Total breathtaking. We just stood ...  more »
  • For the grownups, this is a great reminder of how effectively local materials were used in opening up Gippsland to settlement, and logging. The sheer scale and durability of these structures never cea...  more »
  • The steep steps were a little difficult but got there in the end. The view walking across the bridge was magical. The rain forest ferns were an attraction. Reading the historic information about the b...  more »
  • This structure is unbelievable. Has to be seen. A good short dirt road to reach it. The area is well set up. People from the local area do a fantastic job maintaining it. The people who built this and others like it had to be very tough people. Unfortunately this one is the only one left.
  • The Noojee Trestle Bridge is a great big old bridge that used to have a railway on it, at this time it was fenced on top so that access to the bridge was off limits. It is now open for pedestrians to be able to walk over it. This place is great for photos & a nice view There is a 2km (one-way) easy walking track through the bush with gorgeous scenery. There is a small but well kept car park that can be accessed easily by all typea of cars and vans. I would advise you to wear/ take comfy sneakers or boots if you're planning to do the walking trail as it an unsealed (well maintained) bush track.
  • On the way to Noojee, clearly signposted. Beautiful old bridge, accessible by 50 or so stairs cut into the rocks at either end. Nice flat walk through trees in either direction, few picnic tables and information boards down at the bottom. Car park has about 10 car spots
  • Always worth a visit & learn about how trains used to run. Beautiful scenery. After this visit the Noojee Historical Centre & see the old train.
  • Lovely tourist attraction. Had a great time there. Not suitable for children in prams. Very steep steps that were slippery because it had rained.

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