We love Toora

Toora is located on Corner Inlet and boasts a Ramsar wetland site of international significance. You can visit the bird hide south of Toora, which is renowned for the migratory birds nesting in the area. On the hills behind Toora are a number of wind turbines. View them from the public car park or a look out on top of Silcock’s Hill. There are twelve, 67 metre high wind turbine towers. The Toora historic tour features trail markers on some of the older buildings in town including the private hospital, police station, Royal Standard Hotel and Toora post office. A picnic spot along the Franklin River, a short drive from Toora, has facilities and a water hole. You can access Corner Inlet for a spot of fishing from the concrete ramps and floating dock. North of Toora is Agnes Falls, which is one of Victoria’s highest waterfalls. Here the river travels about 60m into a gorge. You can enjoy a barbecue or take a walk while visiting the Agnes Falls Reserve. An old milk and butter factory dominates Toora. The town was also the setting of an episode of 1990s television drama, Halifax f.p. Toora is about 200km from Melbourne. Foster is 10 minutes away and Port Welshpool is 15 minutes.
Stay at Gully Humphrey Cottage, Toora Lodge Motel or Toora Tourist Park.
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